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TWO Hnrlem larlln River boatmen turned tured In to toil 10I toIhi
yeslerilay rjn two I wo rather remark remarknliln rmark rmarknblo reniurktihIr3
Ihi il police rl
nliln I tnlw tl tni apparently 1111111 at IltlPIit Iy wlt wIth v Ith the Idea that tlatiy thatIhoY
they iy wnnlil wIII1 IUIIL 1 nceiptwl aClIpl1d as al having havlnj some someI somItarl some4ariflg
IhoY Itmr on tho lntlnl lunlor nurdr < r of CharleH Charlel W Wlioxliiiry V VHoxhlr V VoXIl
I eariiiR Iihr
Itarl lioxliiiry Hoxhlr oXIl r or r oi 1I tli tl tIt HndlnR IIHHnp hUt hig of tho blood bloodclothes bloodtnlnc1 bloodtatnllI
tnneil clothes elolll CktlI near Iwa tho Second avenue aVlmuebritll avenueritlg
I Hike Tlii 11 firsl frllstury story was WI wn told by l Mathew Mathewpunnf Mathew1iafle latlewllnr
britll punnf crnpl cIplnYId y < d by Iy Y H l D Bahrof Hahr of Mntlison Mntlisonnvenuo MadRI MadRIalluo 1atlisona
nvenuo llnr eflut antl 111 135th 13 I 3t th Ii street streetIMmiif 8trcdIhlUI stretI
alluo a IMmiif I Iafl win WIl PlnndiiiK FIIIUI zin tin g on the pier at the thefont thef thefint
font f 01 IhlUI of Uticoln avenue a enuo yesterday yellrday after afternoon nfWron afternOon ¬
noon on whMi tlie th lie tug Ill Tbree hre Brothers Drolherl camo camoAlong camonlll camealOng
which were going to tie tieUP tietip
Along nlll w11 ilh bargo hllrlll te telp
at tin llicr nu11 lual who says ay ho e was waswatchiiiK waawalchil wa wawatcilitig
watchiiiK walchil UP lp tll tho < revolutioiiH rfolullonl of tho propeller pwpellersuddenly pnJpeler pnJpelerlhlelly propellertidiieflIY
suddenly lhlelly Hholttd houl ttfltitel l that tho propeller propeler was wasfoul WII WIIfnul wasfoid
foul of n I hotly hotlycrowd 111 111crowd lOIIYt
t crowd gathered ralllrt1 at once and n somebody Bomebodyeailotl fmebody somebodytalkI
eailotl 1111 talkI a iHilicemnn pollmnn To him Duane Duao said saitlihat lal1 lal1fht saidt
hat fht t Iif ht hi IUHI swl1 Ifn eit a 1 wolnan womaM leg ° B churned churnetlup
up and Ind that ho was wnr sure that a body waa waaattached waailchId wasttac1ed
attached ilchId 1 to t tho log hl Inspector Titus ltua was wasnotififl WD WD10tfr1 wa walie
notififl notififlHe
10tfr1 He Hlnt ent fl for two vo boats boalt of tho harbor harbr police policenml polce policetin1 i iit
le tho river riverImttom rierOO riverliottorn
nml they with the tug tu dredged drEdged
Imttom it OO until Inll IM 1 oclock last latt night nl ht with without wii wiiOlt withnut ¬
out fimlinK fndilll anything that looked like lko a awoman amln awomans
Olt lkg Duane watched the work workand workand workand
woman mln I DIutl
and when Wh the dredgers gavo It up for forihp forIho forthe
the night nilht he hI h said A I there lhlre must be some somethins Bme Bmethinl something
thins thinl the thl matter mater with their thllr tools < Ho Hoknew Hekne Hoknew
knew kne that ho hail seen ln a leg lop wearing a ablnck ablnck abkck
blnck ptoclting tcldlg and a patent leather loatheI shoe shoeInspector shoeIispector lle llelWipelor
Inspector lWipelor Titus fil wus wnl wa inclined Inclne to believe believefont bleve bleveIn believeMg
font In t night that Duane had not seen Ren any ay log logbut logbut legbut
but lu h > didnt hold the same sme notion notol of a astory aFtOrV astory
story told by Capt A H I Dewey of the thebarge thelrgo thearge
barge lrgo arge Alabama which is tied ted up at the thopier thepier thepier
pier directly rlrlcly under the th Second Scond avenue avenuebridge nVlnuo nVlnuobrdgo avenuebncIge
bridge brdgo Capt Dewey stood 8too around aroud yester yesterday yeaterIlY yestertiny ¬
day IlY afternoon afleroon while whie tho dredging was wasgoing waslolng wasgoifl
going lolng goifl on and when It was over he called calledTitus oled oledTilS calledTitus
Titus TilS aside and told him this story storyI
1 was WI coming comlnj from tho Manhattan end endof endof endof
of tho bridge on Friday evening evenig about Ibout Ibout9300cock
930 9300cock oclock on ri my way WiY to the barge When Whenwithin Wen Wenwithin Whenwithin
within about twentyfive twentyfve feet of the Bronx Bronxend Bronxpnd Bronxend
end I met a woman with a 0 bandage bandag around aroundher aroundher aroundher
her head and tho back of her neck She Shehad Sheha Shehad
had ha a bundle under her arm arm and was wa talk talking tlk tlkIn talkIng ¬
ing In to a man tln in his shirt sbr sleeves fleoveflndastrlw fleoveflndastrlwhat and andastraw andastrawhat a straw strawhat
hat I As A I passed pald the couple I heard herd tho thowoman thowoman thewoman
woman say wiyXo MYo sayNo
Xo o I havent been ben down dow bore before beforein
in six Il months monthsI
I walked down dow from the bridge brdge to the thepier thepier theier
pier ier and and I saw the woman proceed procd toward towardthe towardthl towardthe
the thl Manhattan lRnatan end while whlo the mau went wnt in inthe InIhe inthe
the opposite direction drcton I was Wi just jUlt about aboutto abut abuttf
to tf walk down the pier when I looked loked up upnntl upRnd upnnd
nntl caw the tm woman drop tho bundle she shehad sbehnj shehad
had been carrying over tho bridge bridgeIt brdge brdgeIt
landed tho fow feet feetin feetin
It on pier only a fot fotin
in front frnt of mo and ad when I got to it I opened openedit
it i and found foud that it contained contanel bloodstained bloodstainedcarments bloodstainedaiments
did the and andwent andwnt andwtr1t
carments jalmenlf aiments I up package again
went down dow to the barge 1 saw by the thepapers thepaperR theIiIer
papers that a watchman found foud the clothes clothesthe c1othetli
the tli next morning morningIiidpector moring moringInlpector morningInspector
Inspector Inlpector Titus Titu gave out Olt Capt Cpl Deweys Deweysptory DeweysFtor Deweysstory
story Ftor late last Ilt evening and said that it iteffectually ItIflclualy iteffctually
effectually Iflclualy disposed dlpHed of the theory theor that the thebundle thobundlo thsbundle
bundle was mixed mbE up lp in I any way with wl11 the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Charles Chrles W Roxbury Roxbur The In Inhpoctor InItor Inector
hpoctor ector pointed pointe out that that Dewey fixed te the thetime thetire thetune
time tire tune of seeing tho woman womn on tho bridge brdge at atOjfl asQ
Ojfl 9 O oclock oclok Friday evening Roxbury RoxburyWM
WM a assaulted a few minutes minute before 9 9lt 9It
11 would have been ben utterly Impossible Impossibletho Implble Implblerho
tho tIi inspector inl11ctor sold sd for the woman with withbloodstained withhloocftalned withbloodstained
bloodstained hloocftalned garments ament to have hlve got to the thebridge thehrirl thelriIge
bridge hrirl from the place plco where Roxbury Itxhur wa waassaulted Wi was wasassaulted
assaulted Isaulled by tho time tme Dewey D saw her The TheInspector TheInprclur Thelripectiir
Inspector was WI also inclined Inclnl WCr to think that thatDflweys thatnfIs thattesys
Dflweys nfIs story disposed IIIp0811 of the theory of ofanother ofanolher ofanother
another murder murderAfl
Afl for the Hoibury UOlbur case cao the police ploe wen werono wemno wenno
no nearer to his assailant Isalant than thn they were werotwentyfour wereIWlltvfolr weretwentyfour
twentyfour IWlltvfolr hours hour before bforo One bit of ofevidence otIe ofeviiienco
evidence Ie le tended to show the course oouro taken takenby tken tkenhy takeniy
by the person who committed the assault assaultafter Mlaut Mlautater assaultalter
after ater Roxbury HOIUUr prln had ha been ben attacked atacklt A boy boyplaying by bypilylnl boyplaying
playing pilylnl in Walton Walln avenue near Ifllst 161ft street streettwo stre streettWO
two blocks blockl east aniT anl an five fve blocks south of ofwhere 0 0whlre ol olwIire
where whlre the assault IRault occurred ocuro found at 905 905oclock 90 905oclock
oclock ocock Friday Jrlday evening overng oven1n a card of Identifi Identification Identf identification ¬
cation caton issued iFluld to Charles W Roxbury Rbur by bythe byfh bythe
the fh Kordham Council Coulcl of the Royal Roya Ar Arcanum Arcnnum Arcanum ¬
canum canumTho cnnumTho canumThe
Tho boy kept the te card card until unti yesterday yesterdaywhen yestrdy yestrdywhen esterdaywhen
when he turned turtliit it over to the te police polc poco Near Nearihe Neatthe Nearthe
the comer cmer of 183d 161 street lt rot and Walton Waltn avenue avenueanother avonuoot avenueanother
another ot her identification Identifcallon card crd of Roxbury Roxburydent Rxbur Roxburvistied
I istied upd hy the Cmorolal Commercial Trvelem Travellers Acl Acllent Acci Acciilent
dent Association Assocation of Utica was WA found In Inthe InIhe Inthe
the corner cOrlr of the th first frt card was wa a stain ltln that thatlooked that10oke1 thatlooked
looked like lko blood bloodluvor bloodThe bloodThe
The fnding flniing of the carMluggelted cards suggested to tho thoplc thopollee
plc pollee that Joxburys Itoxburys lalant assailant ran down downIor
luvor Ior avenue Ivmue to 161st 16st street Rtrlet thence thlnc east elt to toWalton toWalon tolVa1
Walton Walon lVa1 avenue avenucand woluo nnd nd nor north th along that avenue avenueIt avenueI
It I Is practically prcticnly certain crain thnt tho man went wentsouth wentolh wentsouth
south olh along alon River 1101 avenue Ivenue after aftr the assault assaultbecause laault laaulthecIU osnu1thecaus
because hecIU I had he hl gone north ho would have havefollowed haverolowel havefollower
followed rolowel Miss Mt l Thomasch homlch and would cer certainly cr crlainly certaily ¬
tainly run into 1110 Yates YatO and Schultz Shultz whom whomHie whomhf
Hie hf he had persuaded d to go down the avenue avenueto ovenue
to find out ou what had become bcome IO of Roxbury Roxburywent lloxburvon
On the othlr other hand It Is doubtful I If he hewent hevent
went down River Ihr avenue a as 1 far as 1 161st 101ststreet 161stHlreet 161stStreet
street for in that event eVlnt he would have havepassed hav8pR havethe I
passed pR d the man and woman who Miss MUsI 1Ie
I homasch homRch says wero behind her and Rox Roxbury Itx ItxJlrr ¬
bury Jlrr It 1 would have ha 0 been blen quite easy elY
hJ hJOleer however Oleer for the th assailant alRalant to have cut across acrosslots 10SS 10SSols
Lt lots to iirartl Orrd avenue avo nUl and strike Itrlko Walton Waltonavenue Walln Wallnaenue Waltonavenue
avenue at Ifllst street where tho first frRt card cardwiw cardII cardwa
wiw II wa found foundThe fllnd fllndt fountiThe
The Th pollen polce believe blljve that the couple seen seeniy lon lonIj
t by iy Mms 11 ThomaHch Thomlch and Roxbury Rxbury were wer
the ones OU on who were in a saloon laloon kept by a aman aman ama
man ma named nmfc Rhumnher Schumacher at 161st street streetand RtreotIlll strootatiI
and Illl Jerome Jlrom nvenuo on the night of the thejifwuilt thoARul theaJ4atllt
jifwuilt ARul aJ4atllt Schumacher says fays they did not notrlv
leave rlv ni hie place plalntllft until after 9 oclock oclocki
Miss hRR Thomaeh Wn taken to the Dltrlct District
Atornls Attorps 0110 otliee yesterday morning and
1Mionrd for a Ion long tro time i byAsslstant by AI IRtant DIs DIsmot Ds
mot trct ttjct Attorney tnnlr Cmrvnn Tho young woman
Rimply imply repeated Iopfatfd the story Ior she ho told lld to tho thoflroner
r Coroner flroner < ronfr and the Iu police polcn and she was W allowed alowed
I goIJoxhnry II ttgo go 10
IJoxhnry 10Rxhury was Wi buried blrlll yesterday morning mornln
in Oreemvooil G Cirnvo I1ood Cemetery Cerotry the Rov Rv Dr John JohnPh
Ph v Campbell C1mrll mrIiil of the thl Tremont Methodist lethodiil lethodiilIrh
Uiurrli Irh rending rflcinl the I hI service Only the
member rrmberR of if hip til family famiy wero at the grave grve grveIIS graveUfs
h IWlslil rlhl SmeiHcr Kills Herself llr clf by I tp Drink DrinkIIIR UrlnkII Jrlnlc11mg
IIIR II Carbolic lrholo Acltl AcltlPIKVKIANII AeImlmrvIAN 111 111IIFASI
PIKVKIANII IIFASI mrvIAN July Jil i4Mrs 111 Prentiss Irlntff wife
of Frederick Fr FrPifrj drlft V Prentixs Prlntli of Cox ox A Prentiss PrentissProprieinrM Irelts Ireltspropriftlr Irontissproprltur
ProprieinrM propriftlr uf I h tie Cleveland Clovolnll Twist Twllt Drill Dri DrillOmpany
Company rJmpany Ompany committed mrlniied siiicido In her apart
flnt5 1 n A at tlm I lb h
jwits II X w Amsterdam Atll erdam Hotel 10111 on oniclil ons
s Mhe iclil cUIInl nvenuo at 8 oclock f < ock this morning morlln
had linen 111 despondent lt for some timo timofMiotitly
aal A n fnIIPIty fMiotitly Iv threatened I hrlttner to I i end Ind her life lifeframed lfe lfeh lfeIralld
Iralld nurno nll wan WI employed to watch watchSim
h her er Sim I Ib II I took advantage of the
Inol 11lntnO momentary
R abefl b onr nr id r II I l IK I nurw fUrtt from frm tho a Ipartmllt niartmuoxit rtment
ttr ani flj I
ilninli drnk ira r k carbolic Irlole rlol add
11 lllirisg Mr PrentiM PInl Prnt 114 1 Kai said ail that thlt hil his wife lm had hln hlnflll epn epnv
> flm flll IwnUUA < prostration for forlosvvVI
v prslrton 01
losvvVI 10 eraI ra v4kM > ikH 01 On ° Jlm Jlnn Jtinn iHho 1 Iho sho was WIH taken takonR
R ew w w York Irk rkanil Imi a itci nlneed p1nc11 in nlinrcrnnf ciaro of a hraln hralnrriilv brain
Iraln IralnIIMI
last IIMI Ijt Hlw tii Itllrllt wI urnId tiriDt < < 1 chlrfe 10 I t > < leveland hellnd on onIfentlHn
rriilv < rIIt ula ulaW
W VOrlrI lirs i IfentlHn PnllfH wan al known in the th literary lerry lerryI
I a 1tIRhl Might Sweetuer lweltflr the latter lattermot
Sing Iltor Iltornl
rllirl1 Hinitleti Mie name Mite wrtn wrote a lok loknl
nl ntitkit nl S1L3 I Hound tho WOld otit1 whih whihin whkh
in 1IFhl1 11 ift 1110 1899 It WI1 as whie ltiio gather galherF
F 111 flr for Ihil this huok ixi k that III she mot motThey IIt IItI1RrrIJ metlIntiQ44
lIntiQ44 In thu tii Orient
nt They huy were werorho wer
Ilme I1RrrIJ I1RrrIJnt flarrIel nt long af aft er r hittr retur return to lr lr1lnd
I in n
hind MrInn arlon Ind and Cm came to love Clovoddldre
ddldre I to i iR in WHO rho he t lHle YOltiiO < ollpl ° had no mirrntlOR noI norrfnlFI
irs irrntlOR rrfnlFI WJ1B wnl about m 30 3 year Iarl arA old oiimember
iK a member Illhel of the Cerclo Froncnis Fran nla nlaI I
17 I I I
Federation Feeaton or Labor Lbr Trying Tll a I Flank Flan Move Movement MoveWent ¬
ment on 01 Hi I Hitter mtll Enemy EnemyINDIANAPOLIS Eemy EemyINDUNAPOLI9 EnemyINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS July 14 IAn 14An An effort Is iabeing Isbeing isbeing
being mado here by the American Federa Federation Federaton Fedoration ¬
tion ton of Labor to organize the plant of ofD ofD ofD
D M 1 Parry It I is understood that Parrys Parrysattitude ParrYdalttude Parrysattitude
attitude alttude to labor organizations organiztons has made madethe madethe madethe
the chief olHcialn onlciall of the Federation Federatol bitter bittertoward bitterIowaId bittertoward
toward IowaId him and efforts elorts will wi bo made to toform toform toforni
form a union In II bin hi establishment Otablshm nt an ni a amatter amalor amatter
matter malor of retaliation Great secrecy Is iabeing Isb islicing
being b lng maintained concerning concering the mutter mutterbut mate matehut matterlUt
but it is said slld that President loinpera omprR has hasalready hl hasalready
already altady imbued Illued an order ordtr to that effect etlct and andthat old oldthut andthat
that organizers organhcrl are already at work workJohn workJohn workJohiu
John Feltmun local organizer of th thCentral the theCentrl theCentral <
Central Centrl Labor Union Unlol was wnl asked atked about aboulthe abouttho aboutthe
the matter and said saidI aid aidI
I will wi not answer unlwer that Ihat It I would wOlld bi bivery IJO IJOery bevery
very ery foolish foollh for me to show my hand had now nowI
I will wi not give out anything until Imtl the gram gramclimax grnd grndclmax grand grandoiinmx
climax and thpn will willknow willknow
clmax comes COlIS thpli every one wi
know what we have done doneD dOw dOwD 14110I
I D M 1 Parry was wal asked a ked about the he report reportand reportnnd reportanh
and ho said saidYou MidYOI I IYoti
You YOI can just JUft say that when this plant plantbecomes plantbecomes 1lflfltbecomes
becomes u I union institution instuton Indianapolis Indianapoliswill Indianapols Indianapolswi
will wi lose 108 It root and branch You under undorBtand underaland understanL
Btand my meaning moanlnp thoroughly do lo you youBefore youllfon youIkforo
Before llfon this thll estubllnhincnt tstubllhment shall shal bo b operated operatedtinder operlted operltedunder oper1teLunder
under the domination dominaton of unions Inlons it will wi be beshut > e eshut
shut up p tight tght and will wi bo b kept shut shutRIVAL shul shul111AL shutRIVAL
Kinployera mllloer Hope lope of HcsuutliiK nt lmln Work Now NovHfits NowRelt NowReits
Hfits on Forming Fortln One OneMeetings OneMotngl OneMeetings
Meetings Motngl of many special 8polal committed committedof cmmltocs cmmltocsof
of trades trdo represented reprsnted in the Building Trades TradesEmployers TradesEployof TradesEflM1OYOt
Employers Eployof Association ocaton wore hold yesterday yeaterdato Ylstenlay Ylstenlayo
to o lay plans plaa for resuming flumlng work but few fewif fewif ew ewI
if I any on1 more men wore being roeinploycd roeinploycdA rorployed rorployedA
A meeting meetng of the Employers Employor Board Bard of ofGovernors ofOovemort ofGovernors
Governors Oovemort was WI arranged orraged for today at atwhich atwhlchl atwhich
which whlchl u time tme limit lmit will wi be set when work workmust workmust workmust
must bo resumed rumed all al over Manhattan Manhatan and andThe andThe andThe
The Bronx Brolx whether whl ther a majority of tho thounions thounions theunions
unions have or have not signed siged the arbitra arbitration arblrn arblrnlon arbitration ¬
tion lon agreement agreementMembers agnment agnmentombl agreementMetnbers
Members ombl of tho Board who were neon neonyesterday BeonYtoray seenyesterday
yesterday Ytoray would not go on record reord as IS say saying lay layIlg saylag ¬
lag Ilg that nonunion men would be employed employedunder employe employedunder
under the agreement agrment if I enough assenting assentingunion afsentng afsentngunion assentingunion
union men could bo found It
not fOIUd I was wasrumored waanlor wasrumored
rumored nlor that in cace c0 most of the unions unionshave unlola unlolahave unionshave
have not IOt signed the agreement by that thattime thattme thattime
time tme individual Idlvldun agreements agrements may b b be mode modebetween madobel madebetween
bel between ween members membr of the association lsoclalon and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their old employees employeesTho employes employesThe
The influence Ifuenc which Sam Sm Parks of the thenousesmithn theHOleeBlhR theHotiseamiths
nousesmithn HOleeBlhR Union is still sti able to exert exerton extrt extrton exerton
on his union uion has hal disconcerted dlcnoertd the plans plansof pll18 pll18of
of the employers employr who fully fuly expected that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the faction facton of the union which wants to go goto goto goto
to work wrk would carry cry the union The em employers er employers ¬
ployers Illoyer now hope hop that the friendly frlodly faction factionamong faotol factionamong
among the housesmithn hOUesmllhR may be strong strongenough ftrong ftrongenough strongenough
enough to form a separate sparat union of iron ironworkers Ironwrkem ironworkers ¬
workers wrkem and ad join with wlh other unions in informing Infomllng informing
forming a separate Board of Building BuildingTrades Bliding BlidingTradQ
Trades TradQ under a new name to be composed composedof rmpold rmpoldof
of unions which are ar willing wiig to accept accpt the thearbitration Hi thearbitration
arbitration arbitraton agreement agreementJames agrelmot agrelmotJames agreementJames
James J Daly president prlldlnt of the Tile TileLayers Til TileLayers
Layers layer Union one of the four expelled expelledby eJpllec epe1Iedby
by the Board Bar of Building Buldln Trades Tradl said Ild re regarding regaril rogarding ¬
garding garil the possibility psiblty of a new board bard of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which his union will wi be a part partWe partWo partWe
We will wi return retun every evlr compliment cmpilnt that thatParks IhatParM thatParks
Parks and ad his kind klnl may give us u Tho Tholines Tholne Thelines
lines lne will wllot not bo drawn draw until unti tho end od of this thisweek thiswrk thisweek
week wrk but then we will wi have ha such good goodcompany goodcmpany goodcompany
company cmpany that we w will wi bo able to forget forgetabout foret foretabout forgetabout
about Parks and his hl crowd crowdIt crwd crwdI
It I won Wa said atd lost Ilt night that three thrt of the tholocal th thlocl thelocal
local locl unions of bricklayers brcklayer have voted ted in infavor Infavor infavor
favor of tho arbitration arbitrton plan planPLASTERERS planPLSTERERS planPLASTEnEES
The Te Plain and Ornamental Plasterers PlasterersAssociation Platrerl PlasterersAssociation
Association Asscaton at at a meeting meEtnl in tho hall hal at atFiftyfourth atFifyfourh atFiftyfourth
Fiftyfourth Fifyfourh street strt and Third Tird avenue last lastnight lt ltnlg lastnight
night nlg t decided deIded to heave EIVO the United Board Boardof
of Building BuidIng Trades Tades and to accept acpt thearbi thearbitration thearbitraton thearbitratlon ¬
tration traton plan pln of the employers President PresidentPatrick PresidentPatrick sident sidentPatrck
Patrick Patrck Grimes Grme said lald after afEr the meeting meetinghowever meoti nieotin nieotinhowever
however that the 4000 40 plasterers pllsterer in the thoassociation theaSlclnton theassociation
association aSlclnton would not go back bak to work until untilthe untilthe
the demand of the plasterers plaswror laborers laborrf for fof
325 a day tny bAd been ben granted grantedRIOTERS grntd grntdJITElfS grantedIffOTERS
I ItsiIanStrIheriStopAIIWork Italian alan Striken StrkeIl Stop StoJ AM Al Work or on ontbeYnchu ontbeYnchuett I the he Warhu Warhuictt
ictt ett Waterworki Dam DamCLINTON USI USICLINON 1ainCLIoN
CLINTON CLINON Mass MS July 14 HThltyt 14Thirtytwo 14Thirtytwostriking Thirtytwo Thirtytwostriking wo wostrking
striking strking stone masons mMns most of them Italians Italianswho Itntl Itntlwho Italianswho
who quit work wrk on tho Waohusett Wnohustt dam of ofthe oftho ofthe
the Metropolitan Metropltan water system yesterday yesterdayforced yestoray yestorayforod yesterdayforced
forod forced more mor than 450 41 other men to lay laydown laydow laydown
down dow their tools tols tills tb1 morning moring and ad sue suspend 8USpnd suepond ¬
pond pnd work Armed Ane with wth revolvers rvolvers the thestrikers thoItrlkerR thestrikers
strikers ItrlkerR made a I tour of the district distrct in which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they wero employed and ad threatened thratene to toshoot toshoot toshoot
shoot the workmen workmn unless they stopped stoppedlabor stppd stppdlabor stoppedlabor
labor laborTho laborTe laborThe The Te strikers atrler made mno no attempt to t conceal concealtheir concealtheir
their weapons weapns They marched to t the thebase thebMe thebase
base of the viaduct vduct on the line Ino of tho Massa Massachusetts Masa Maseaohutietta ¬ I Ichulets
chusetts chulets Central Cntral Railway Rlway and immediately immediatelyordered lnnodlately lnnodlatelyorder immediatelyordered
ordered order the fifty fy men employed omploye there thor in rip riprapping rlprappllR riprapping
rapping rappllR to stop work All but one obeyed obeyedpromptly obye obeyedpromptly
promptly and Ild ho was wa thrown thown Into It the theC theNaehua theNashua
C prompty i Vt A t i tj tjThe
Nashua River A cmpnnlon companion rsced rescued him himTe himThe
The Te strikers trlkf then marched mArh to t tho quarry quarrydriving quar quarrydriving
driving out all al the men at work along aong the theline th thlne theline
line lne Including icluding those tho6 on the private rail railways rai railways ¬
ways operated oJratel1 by the conractors cnrator At the thequarry thequarry thequarry
quarry the strikers etrlkur swarmed ewaell over the place placeordered plaO placepointol
pointol the I r revolvers at the workmen ami amionlered am amordered
ordered pinted all al to quit The Te summons summon was wasobeyed Wi wasobeyed
obeyed ohyed IB twenty minutes mlnul < M tho suspension suspensionwns supnion supnionW
was W complete cmplet At this thl point pint some sme of the thequarrymen thequarrynien
quarrymen joined joied the tht ranks rakH of the strikers strikersand etrlkert etrlkertad strikersanl
and ad returned returnedwlth with wih them to the th dam damDuring damDuring damDuring
During all al this thl only three policemen policemenhad olcemen olcemenhad
had been ben encountered and these thfo were un unable unable tinable ¬
able to check the strike Later Lter In spite spiteof
of the fact that tht the police poJoe force for had been beenincreased lJeenIncrMSld beenincreased
increased IncrMSld to thirteen tho strikers Itrler com compelled compled coinnolled ¬
pelled the real ret of the workmen to quit quitof quit quit1one
pled None ot the striker strikers wnl was arrCled arrested One Onuof Oneof
of them was chased ohsed Into the brush but butescaped butCCpd butescapei
escaped dropping hia revolver on 01 the theway thl thlway theway
CCpd way It was found to be fully fuly loaded loadedDECIDES loaled loaledlECIDEj hoadDECIDES
T10lrl Typographical hleal Inlon lnlol Ofllcprs Omtr Not Com CompellNl COl COlprlld Cciiipeihed
pellNl prlld to HelnsUte nlnstae Him HimSYRACUSE 111 111SYRACUSE 1111mmSYRACUSE
SYRACUSE July 14 HJustco 14Justice Justice W V S SAndrews SAndrews SAndrowi
Andrews of the Supreme Court handed haded down downa
a decision dollon today denying the application npplcaton of ofCharles ofCharlcR ofCharles
Charles II Corregan to of o mpel the officers officersof onoerl onoerlof
of Typographical Union Un lor No 55 5 5 to reinstate reinstatehim relnstalehim reinstatehim
him as 11 a member memberCorregan memherorrega memberorregan
Corregan orrega was Wil th the Socialist Socllst candidate for forGovernor forGoveror forGovernor
Governor Goveror of f New York State and Ind In a public publicspeech publo publoIpeech publicSlCOC1I
speech called calPI t IhlJ he meinbersof Jtmbcrfof macinhere of the Typograph Typographical llogrophiC11 ¬
ical iC11 Union labor lahO fakirs fakirl He n was ex exuulletl expolI cxpuliel
uulletl nml mil sued for reinstatement reinstatementJustice reinHlatementJustco reinstatementJustice
polI Justice Andrews decided that that Corregan Correganditt orregan orregantll orreganliii
ditt Justco not exhaust nil ni of if hln hil rights of appeal appealwithin appealwithin appealwithin
tll within tho organization organizaton l before beorl > seeking Ieelcnj re redress redress ¬
dress rl of the court courtC
Subway Contractors lllrlltorN Hold 1011 a foiiferrme foiiferrmeWith CoiifereneeWtth OlflrtO OlflrtOth
With th the lVilvratlonii 1111111018 KxClinlrniaii KxClinlrniaiiA xohllrJII xohllrJIIA
A conference confertnco was wal hold yesterday In II Mia Miaofflci Ihaomcn theofflct
offlci of Contractor Cnlractr John B McDonald McDonaldby McDonall McDonallby
by the Rapid Itpld Transit Trllflt Contractors AK AKhociallon itssociation i iclaton
hociallon claton and James Holland Jolall of the theRapid tht thtRpid thetaplcl
Rapid taplcl Transit Committee Commltle of tho Central Centralpipe Centralllorlot entralFelerated
Felerated Rpid ramlt Union over thl tIme strike of the thoplp thenipo
pipe llorlot calkors In the subway luhay in violation ioiltion of ofthe ofthu ofhItt
the plp hItt agreement a rcUeut between the C F U t and the thesubcontractors tl tlIUhllraclorl the14111contractors
subcontractors IUhllraclorl Holland 10lnld in said to be hi hifavor lufa iiifavor
favor fa vor of expelling expolnl tho pipe cnlkem from fromthe frol frontthe
the thf C F U nt next nlxl Sundays HundlYs meeting meetingunless lellnl meetingunless
unless It orders ordert its 11f men back to work on onthe ontho onthe
the subway subwayStreet KubwRYStrllt subwaytrcet
Strllt Street Car ar Strikers Ilrlklr to Hun nUl Auto Alio Line LinoRICHMOND 1 LineRIchMOND ni niIICIJIOND
RICHMOND IICIJIOND Va July 14 UThf 14Tue The striking strikingstreet Itrkln Itrklntrlt strikingstreet
street car men tonight announced that thatthey thatthey i
they have secured fecurld subscriptions luhlcrlptlonH to te stock stockaggregating stockaggregating
aggregating allrlgatinj 140000 400 nnd will wi soon 10n as a POH POHslblo pOHIIhlo I
slblo IIhlo purchase a large number of auto automobiles autorobUls automobiles ¬
robUls mobiles capable oapabll of carrying twentyfive twentyfivepersons twentyfIvepersons
persons pOfont each Each These ThCe will wi l he > o rut put nut on 01 tho thostreets thoftreetA thestreets
streets ftreetA paralleling paralollll the lines lne of 0 of the strout stroutcar RtrOtcar stretcar
car company complny Passengers Pllelgers will wi be charged chargedflvo chnrgedfn chargedfive
five fn cents tIIR each
llOYIt 11011 TO hulL lJII THE TII VAAL VAALCanal t4tLCanal XUJ XUJI
Canal Advocate Advolate Now Proposes to Hun 11110111 hInds
12 Xlllesi le an al Hour lour1 hourWill Will They rhlY Tolioc ToliocKan 1obo 1oboan oboC
I Kan nn Onr Her the Lorksr LOlkhol LoeksW Wholl ° huII Crea < Jrcasolli reasethmtllottomn elm elmi i ij
j Motlmn IOUII or the Canal to Kuse 1lse the Way Wayi UnyEcno a aI
i I ECHO fclO PEAK Yellowstone Yelow lono Park July 14 14ntorlo 14J1eporcimmion
I ReporcvBftlon ntorlo lon of a conversation c I er > to I on a neigh neighboring nelghborlnR tieighboring ¬
boring peak pk sUirted Bt lrte the tle report hero that thatClov thaIGev thatUov
Clov Gev Odell Odel means to muku Con Francla FranclaVlnton FrttiicleVinton I
Vinton Jreono chairman of tho advisory alhlerbarrl
board barrl of engineers onllrl for the construction cOItrJcton of ofthe ofthe t
the 1101000000 101000 canal canl In tho event of ofthe ottho oftho I
tho election elotlon of Tammany Mayor or any anyother anyother anyother
other kind of a Mayor except Prof low lowIt Lowit
It is II expected that Gen Greene will wi got Jet out outus 011 011OR outlit I
us lit Police Polco Commissioner The Davis act actcarrion actcarrlas
carrion crloq with wih it It nn immedialo Illwdlie appropriation appropriationof approprlaton approprlatonof I
of 10000000 100 which will wi bo available allablelf if the thepeople thepplo thepeople
people pplo vote vol favorably f om1ly on tho proposition propositionns proplflton proplfltonaR
ns soon BOU as the State autliorltii authorlll can market marketthe markettho marketthe
the bonds bn s A section of tho Davis Dail act actvrhlnh aNhloh aCtwhlohiappeaied
vrhlnh whlohiappeaied hloh appealed ppenln strongly 8trn ly to the th Governor Governorfor OOerol OOerolfor
for his hi81lglatlrIH hissignature signature is the thermo ono which says saysThe sa saThe saysThe
The Governor may mlY employ ut a compensa compensation eomplnsa eomplnsaton compemisathou ¬
thou ton to bo fixed fxe1 by him Im live fve expert civil c1 en enulnecrs enIlnlJers cmiwineers
ulnecrs IlnlJers to act 1c nit nl an advisory IdvlsoC board of con consultlnKenKliieers consullngenwerl conemmitingengltwers
sultlnKenKliieers sullngenwerl whoso WhORl duty It shall shal be to ad atlvlso adVIRO advise
vise the State Stite KiiKlneer J nlineer antl Ind the I ho Superinten Superintendent Huplrlntll Huplrlntlldnt iuperlntenmdemit ¬
dent of Public Publo Works to follow folow the tl progress progressof pl0Ire5 pl0Ire5of
of the work und Ind from time tm to time tm to report reportthereon repr reportthereon
thereon thof to tho Governor overnor the State Engineer Engineerantl EngineerInl Engineerand
and Inl the tm Superlntentlent 8uperlttrndent of Public Iublc Works as asthey 1M asthey I Ithe
they the may require rOlllre or the board bOlrd deem dep1 proper properund Ilroperand vrperand
and advisable advisableIt advlslble advlslbleIt
It may bt be urged In Gen 011 Greenes behalf behalfthat bhalfthat behalfthat
that his experience lpormce In engineering tho thoAsphalt thoAsphalt theAsphalt
Asphalt Trust qualifies Iuu s him to assist asslt Charles CharlesS Chnrlts
S Boyd Columbia Columbi 77 in the distribution distributionof distrbuton distrbutonof I
of the 101000000 101000 When he was acting actingns
actng actngaf
ns af chairman charman of tho Roosevelt Canal Canl Com CominiHBion Cm Cornmission I IIrHliol
mission IrHliol Oman Gln Greene Orulno was 1 much troubled troubledlest troublodlest I
lest tho State be bE looted by canal cana contract contractors contrct contrctors ¬
ors in future fUlur as it had been in tho past pastso j jI
I so he wrote to Gov Roosevelt Rooseveltj Rosevclt RosevcltI RooacveitTho
j Tho State has laa lout lo t largo sums of money moneyfrom monoyI moneyfrom
from this cause cauru unbalanced unbalnncld bids bldl and there theruwill therowi therewill
I will wi probably bo the santo famo trouble in il any anyfuture anyfulur anyfuture
future fulur canal work unless unll some Boro different differentI dllrrent dllrrent8Y8tOn
I system 8Y8tOn of bidding is adopted adoptedTo
To 0 this t warning waring the Legislature Lgislatur and Gov GovI
I Odell Odel Odeligavonoheodandit gave no heed beedan and It is if not notunlkelytlmt notunlkelytlmtI unlikely unilkelythat unilkelythatI that thatI
I tho General OenrlR fears may be realized reaI7 The TheI Thework
I I work ork contemplated by the Davis Iais act is a ai alarge
I i large one ne and an some engineers might be betimid batimid betimid
timid about handling handlng so great rlnt a sum Rlm of ofmoney ot10ney ofnioney
money 10ney but but1 as the head of tho Asphalt Trust TrustGon Trst TrstOen TrustGtm
Gon Greene Orlono exhibited no such luch weakness weaknessin weaklss weaklssIn
in disposing dilpsing of larger affairs alalrs entailing entaillK it itis I Itis I
is II said lald as al much its 16 24000000 24000000Charles 2400 24000000Charles
Charles Chlrlo8 S Boyd the JovornorV Governorl personal personalappointee perolilappoinlel personalappointe
appointee as Superintendent SUPrlntendelt of Public PublicWorks Publc PublcWorkl PublicWorks
Works Workl is II under bond in the sum of 110000 110000for 10 10000 10000for
for his financial fnanca integrity integrityCol Int r rCl
Col Cl K K H I Butlers Ilters Now ew York confederate confederatein onfederte onfederteIn
in the thl canal clld campaign now wants a truck trucki tmcklaid tracklaid
i laid alongside tho enlarged enhlgto canal and trolley trolleyengines troley troleyelgincs trolleyengines
engines elgincs run n on it by the Stnte to t haul tIn tb tbIOlon tIn1000Ion
1 1000ton IOlon barges bargcl free It asks asksCan aks asksCan
I Can CUl there bo any greater grollr improvement improvementimagined ImprovementI improvementimagined
Imalined imagined In freight transportation tlnsporatlon than to toHPO tof tocoo
coo f a long string of 1000ton 1001 < 11 barges 6talt startlUg start starting ¬
I lug from Buffalo Bulalo each currying Its SIOOO SIOOObushel 310 33000bushels
bushel of wheat and moving steadily Iladiy sent sentsafely sentsafely I I8afely
safely from Buffalo Buliio to New York In forty fortyhours fortyI
I hours hOlrl cost at a mere fraction fracton of the present presentcost pltlent pltlentI presenitcost I I Ij
I costWith Cft With Wlh steam IItnm propulsion ten trips a year yearwas yearwas
j was the best that time lh optimistic optmltic Roosevelt Rooseveltcommission Hoos Rooseveltcomnilsalon elt eltcmmision jt jtwas
commission cmmision could oul figure tgure Seven round roundtrips roundtrips rounlItrips
trips a year is il the best the boats batl now IOW make makeon nako I
on the canal canal Vet the imagination Inaglnalon readily readilypictures n readilypictures > adly adlyIicturol
pictures the 1000ton 1oln barge flying tylng down downtho downthe dowtttime
the Iicturol canal leaping tho locks that make mall tho
72 7 levels and maintaining mlntalrng a speed spee speedof of 0 f twelve t twelvemiles wel va vamie i imiles
miles mie an hour tho whole whle way wayThe wa waThe wayl wayllime
The canal cnal is II to IJ be bl 12 feet fot deep dJ and antlthe andthe andthe
the 1000ton IOton barge bar bargeistohavoadraughtof e is Ii to have a draught drught of 10 10feet 10feet 10feet
feet A loaded lone barge bage flying fylng from frol Buffalo Buffaloto Duliio Duliioto
to New York in forty fory hours ous would woud be on ontho
tho bottom btom until unt It got to t hi tho Hudson Hudsl River RiverTho HveI RiverThe
The late Elnathan Elnlhan Sweet who was wa chair chairman chalrman chairmaim ¬
man of the board honld of tf advisory adqry engineers engineersthat engiHers engiHersthnt engineersthat
that made md < the barge canal calnl survey lurvoy figured figuredit tgupd tgupdIt
it would take lalt a barge 108K 108 10 hours to travel travelney trvel travelfrom
from Dutalo Buffalo to Trr Troy not fgung figuring the jour journey 01
ney down the Hudson Hudll to Now York JI JIing hay Havmde haylog
log made mde a 1 life lfe study ltudY of the t ho possibilities pKlibltl5 of ofcanal ofcanal ofcanal
canal navigation nlvlgaton Mr I Sweet was of course coursenot our60 our60not courseriot
not fit tt to bo classed cafBOI with the ho sleight flelght of luintl luintlmen han hanmen hand handmacn
men who are aI runjiing rurling the canal campaign campaignTrulv campalll campaignnow
now nowrlv nowTruly Truly rlv there thfc IffnodimRfrT II TA nOllmln notiung In freight trans transportation tranf transportatfon ¬
portation that to the eye e of the elevator elevatorowner fevaor fevaorOler elevatorowner
owner Oler can compare with wih the sight f1 ht of a a1000ton aIOton a1000tomi
1000ton barge br compre e cnrrylnjt caln its 33000 330 buslel buslelof blllels blllelsof buslelsof
of wheat down to Now York each bunh bushel bushelpaying bushelpaying l I Ipaying
paying more than two cents each ton 78 78cents 78cents 75cents
cents in tribute trbute to the elevator and Ind lighter HghUrage lghter lghterage lighterage
age pools polR at both ends of the system systemVlille eYltem eYltemWhle systemVhile
Whle Vlille the State Stte is supplying free fro towage towageon towagon
on its free fre waterway to make mke each och bushel bushelof
of if grain grin a I coat cheaper chopr to some me one in inHungary inHungary infltmngary
Hungary Germany or other foreign land landwho lan lanwho landwho
who is to pay the price priceThe prco prcoThe prle prleTIme
The taxpayers py of New York who cant cantdiscover cant cantolacover
discover ulcver tapverl tho benefit benett to themselves thomelvt brt b t will willhave wi willhave
have a chrmco chanlo to vote on this proposition propositionnext propllion propllionnel roposIt ion ionnext
next nel November NovembernvssiAx NvembcrIlSA NovemberRUSSIAN
New NCW Covrrnor overnor of Ilessar Dessarabla bla Promises PromisesThem PromlslsTm PrommmlsesIbeni
Them Tm Irotleton IrotletonSptco ProtectionSpeciaS Protection ProtectionSptctal
Sptctal Sptco Cable Despatch 1t6olch to TB T81 Ta SUN SuiODESHA SUNOtE88A SUNODESSA
ODESSA OtE88A July 14 aPrlnc 14Prince Prince UrusofT Ur8t the thenow theno thenew
now no Governor overor of Bossaradia Blsarodla gave an a audi audience andlenc audionce ¬
once enc to a largo Jewish JeWllh deputation deputton lout a tSat tSaturdu Sat Saturday Saturday ¬
urday urdu Ho 10 asked them to speak eak frankly franklyand frlukly frluklyd franklyand
and d fully fuly on nil 11 questions queltonl they the wished wlshed to tobring 10brng tobring
bring brng to his notice noticeHe notkne noticeHe
He listened with the closest attention to tothem 10thlm tothem
Istenod wih cOlest attonton
them thlm and ad assured them that that they might mightrely mlht mlhtrely mightrely
rely implicitly Implcitly upon his hl using the stringent stringentpower strlnpent strlnpentpowr stringentIower
power with wth which he in Invested Invflted to sup suppress supIJre slipPr ¬
press IJre Pr promptly and effectively elfltoly any further furtherattempted furtheratempled furtherattempted
attempted atempled outbreak that the unruly unrly ele element el eltmt elemeat ¬
meat of the populace popllae might be bf foolish foolinhenough foollh foollhenouRh foolishenough
enough to make makeSubsequently makeSlAequonty makeSimimsequcim
Subsequently SlAequonty Simimsequcim t iy Prince UruaotT UUlt visited visit Isled ed the thetwo thetwo timetwo
two chiefs of the deputation deputaton at at their houses housesThe houleR houleRfhe housesTime
The Jews JfWf Jew have taken heart hUlrl from and are aregratified arepratfld aregratifIed
gratified pratfld by the Governors friendly nttl nttltudo ItH ItHtudo attltitdo
tudo and Ild his hi earnest lnrnlt reply replylaily replyIally replyLady
Lady iilnto llto Mrs 118 FUir 1 lshl Wucst WucstXKWPOBT C UUlt UUltXKWIORT lmust lmustXawvoitr
XKWPOBT K I July 14Tho chief so society ROcluly society ¬
ciety event 6vpnt of tliBBPUHoutook thtff1t01 tlmeseasoim took place tonight tonightat
at Crossways CroMlwlYS tho Newport tIOlt villa via of MM MMStuyvesant Mrt MrsStuyvesant
Stuyvesant lieu when wlln she he gave a dinner dinnermusicalu dinnermUlicalu divinernntmsicale
musicalu mUlicalu und danco in II honor of tho Count COlnlms COlnlmsof ccc cccof KH KHof
of Minto andljddy and body EileonKlliott fUe4n Eileen Eliot Elliott hor daugh daughter daughleI daughtor ¬
ter leI who are fro tho guests gue < 1 of oxSenator oxSlnltol Wol Wolcott Wolcoto Vol Volcott
cott coto and who have hIL been lntertlll ntertuinod d by all allthe 11 alttIme
the society HOcIly societ y lenders lendersKollnwIiiK IlmlerRJolowlng lemnlerslllOWiimg
KollnwIiiK Jolowlng tho dinner many Ilnv of it the cot tapern taperncame laglrlClnl tngracaTtle
came in for the music and dancing rancln which whichfollowed whllhfoluw1 whielifollowed
Clnl followed foluw1 Tho mimlcalo 1IIIcalu was WU held In Il ibm thodrawing Ih Ihrlrawlng ibmdrawirmtt
drawing room where whlre lesno 1ezs Nnmes fmli lImo tlmHungarian IhoHunllrlau lImollinmgarlatm
Hungarian violinist Ionistappeared appeared Tho livt thinn thinning tiinc tiincing 110 110Ing ¬
ing Hunllrlau which followed folowll the musicalo was WI in II tbt tbtballroom thuhllroom thtmmballroom >
ballroom to the I hI he music of the tll Hungarian Hungarianband Ihmgnrll Ihtmrmgariarmbitod
band hlnd hllroom It wits WIA a I most musl enjoyable lIoynhle affair affairthroughout illllr illllrthrlphout affairthroughotmt
throughout throughoutKnrller throughotmtEarlier
thrlphout Earlier in I tht he lit day Lady Minto was wusontnrtninnl WIS WISeltlltalnl wasetmtertainitci
ontnrtninnl eltlltalnl 111111 lt itt t luncheon Illcheon by Mrs 1 Pnytm PnytmVhltn PIln PIlnWhlnJ P13mtmmlmitntY
WhlnJ Vhltn lmitntY y ut II KclfflfHton EdIKtOI on 01 the tlO ti to harbor front frontthorn f tout touttimers I I Itherl
thorn therl beilif a I i large 111f number nUlhr of guents guentsDuring PUIHII gtwelsIuring
During Duing tlio I ho morning lornlng tlw th visitors visit jlllol crc went nl to totho tntho tothe
tho Casino ClsIIO und Ind Baileys IIIR Beach Boarhiforice Boafh BoafhIurjl Beachorgt
iforice Iurjl orgt Coull 4otmkI < ould Visits SIR a Ilalllmori1 Ilalllmori1UAITIMOUR naIUmor4BATmoIB hiatt i immore immorel3A1TlMO1mI
UAITIMOUR BATmoIB July M 11OcOlgo iIieorgo Gcorgo Gould spont spontabout spontabout spoIltaimjiit
about disc flx hours In Baltimore Tnlhuor today Ho Horeviewed Horoviowed liernvloweci
reviewed thn Ito local 01 terminals terlilul Is anti then thenwont tlm tlmWfnt t henwent
wont Wfnt on a trip down time harbor hlrbor to inspect inspectBaltirnoroH inpect inpectillrorol inspectBaltimores
BaltirnoroH illrorol waterfront wuterfrnt Upon his riturn riturnthis rtll rettlinthis
this evening vcnln lit said ho lit wart WA more lore than thanpleased lhanplI1 than1hasei
pleased with what whli he h had observed He Hereiterated le lerlllral Herelttratei
reiterated plI1 ed tho Htatoinent I alJlnt thnt t hil Baltimore Baltimorewnultl BaltimorewotmIt nltlnof nltlnofwould
rlllral would i bo the 11 I 110 Eastern EtI11rn terminnl termilli emit nitil of t lit litWnbnsh h hWahah itWattash
Wnbnsh Wnbnshi WahahHIn Wattashltmi
HIn i i larliainhr 1211llre of o Spain SIIDII Dead Deadfiffetal 1111 1111pulnl IeamlSpCh71
fiffetal Catilf Clbl Despatch Jtllr la TIIK 11 SVN SVNMADRID 1tr lrsMADRID
MADRID IADRI July M Hnln l4en Gen Lanhamhre who whowas whoWil whowas
was Wil a distinguished dltngulllwr Spanish ofticr In Cuba Cubaand uba umbaamid I
and the Philippines Ibllpplnl is il dead dealI 4
Reported RIPortt Haitian lullan Attitude Atitude Toward Towlnl th thOpcnlnK the theOpenln theOpcnln
OpcnlnK of WIJI lJI to Trade TradeSpecial Trde Trdepcal Tradepclai
Special pcal Cable Despatch Drspath to Tint TII SUN SUNPKKIN SUNPJKIN SUNPSKiv
PKKIN PJKIN July 14 14AI 14M M Lessar Ltar tho Russian RussianMInlMterroturnod UUHsianMlnltlrrturnod RussianMlmmisterreturrmod
MInlMterroturnod Mlnltlrrturnod today todl1 from Port Arthur Arthurwhere Arhur Arhurwboro Arthurwhore
where he went ent to attend attent a conference conferenceHtimmonud confornce conferencesunnmolmel
Htimmonud Mlmmoned by Gen Kouropatkln Iolropatdn Russian RussianMinister nussln nusslnMlnitler RussianMinister
Minister Mlnitler of War Although Although Japanese Japanesedespatches Jalanelo JapanesetleSlStCiteit
despatches tesplichel say ay that time tm conference oonferenc decided decidedupon decidedupon
upon a peaceable pelilulo solution soluton of the Manohurlan ManchurinnuoHlion Manohurlanlueltlol ManohurlanitiestlOmi
lueltlol uoHlion thoro is no enlightenment enlghtenmolt here hereUM
UM al to whether war Wi I or II peace poor will wi result In InManchuria InMlnrlrl inManchuria
Manchuria ManchuriaThn Mlnrlrl ManchuriaTime
Time Yalu question lulMtlon is assuming greater greaterimportance greatJr greatJrImportanc greaterimportance
importance Importanc as II the CoroanB Cman complain that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the KusfllniiM Iusmnl have threatened threatene to Invest Investthe inveEI inveEII investtime
the I ho east eall bank of the Yalu alu River with wlh troops troopsif
if tIme town of If Wljl WIJIII is opened openel to trade trade as astho aatho astIme
tho Cortans COIanl want wlnt to open It with Chinas Chinasconwnl Chinascoimsenit hlnal hlnalconHonl
conwnl conHonl ItusHlu IIMhL has hal one policy polcy for both bothbanks buthbanks bothbaimks
banks of the Yalu which tho Japanese Japaneseregard JapaneBerClml Japaneseregard
regard an W of vital Ital importance importanc It I is under untlerH uller ullerHIOI understood
H HIOI stood toot I that thutJapan Japan will wi regard further flrlheraetvlty flrlheraetvltyIn activity activityin
in tho construct comlructon coniutruction ion of socalletl Iocal t commercial commercialworks commlrcil commlrcilworkK commercialworks
works at tho mouth of tho Yalu Yam River Rv r as asa asa S Sa
a COSUH belli bellit bl beliiMr 11
t Mr Conger tlio American Amorllan Minister MlniHternrrivetl MlliKtor MlliKtorarrlvrt Ministerarrived
arrived arrlvrt at Newohwnng Newclnvng today todlY He le will willremain wi willremain
remain then ther two days to investigate Invellgote the thosituation thelullon thesituation
situationMOVE situation situationMORE lullon lullonmm
MORE mm IRIES 1lZE RIZE FOR JJ PRIVATE PlfIVII riuvs ri COOK COOKAimrlran COOKAmnerlesmm m mllrlcln
Aimrlran llrlcln Ilineiiian ninelin Scores In floss UI8 niul niulKtlgo nlci nlcido amimiImlgn
Ktlgo do Competitions Cotmi olllettoI8 Pet itlons at lllsUj lllsUjUpecM 181 1818rcl 111db 111dbjcctii
UpecM 8rcl 1 Cable CtDI Despatch Irpnlch to THE TE SlN SlNLONDON St StLON SVNLONHON
LONDON LON lON July M ISeveral 1 iSoverul Several Americans Americanstook Amerlcnnatoolt Americanstook
took part today In the Bass lJaK competition competitionnnd com pet it Ion Ionand
and tho Edge competition comptition nt lt Binley Bnler using uslniKrag uallt ualltKr usingKrag
Krag Kr rifles rfe with wih peep PECI sights slghl Mont MOEt of time tlioother Ihoothor timeother
other competitors lompJtolf used IHed Mannlicher 11annicher rllles rlllesPrivnto rile rilePtnle riflesPrivate
Private Ptnle George Cook of the First Regiment RegimentDistrict Regimentatlit RegimentDistmitt
District atlit of Columbia won tho fourth prize prizein
in the BUM competition compelltol mImi 111 eighth In the theEdge theFdge theFlge
Edge Fdge competition cllltllon scoring scorng ISO and 1W re respectively reaptively repctively ¬
spectively aptively out of n possible 1 > 1Ilble ISO ISOMany HielMany
Many of the British BrllMh marksmen mrksmen complain complainof
of tho open opn nights lights on on the JjeeEnfiold IpeEnfeld rifle rifloBaying rlto rltosI1ng riflesaying
Baying that for match lalch shooting shootng they the do not notcompare notcompare
compare compar with wih the Peel pp Bight 111 ht Cook Coo how however ho hoeer however ¬
ever thinks thilkl that time British Urtlsh shooters nt nttach It Ittach attacit
tach exaggerated exaggurtod importancetopeopsightH importancetopeopsightHBelieving Inportlnoto imnportazico I o pelp peepsights peepsightsBelieving ighIK ighIKHelelnl
Believing Helelnl that more depends IhJpeml1 on tIme man manthan manllulln mnatmtItan
than llulln tin the rifle 1110 he does doet not tot attribute atrlbuto such suchsuperiority 6ulh 6ulhluprlority suchsuperiority
the th Lee lioeKnfkld leEnfeld LeeEnfold
superiority luprlority to tho tim Krag over
Enfold Enfeld as al some 0mI assert assertthcro thoro Is IsIIECEPTIOX II IIImnlTW isltlCEITlO
lai 1IMt 14151 of tlit I hl > Fiinvtlons FIIton In Our 011 Siiisilrnnn SiiisilrnnnVisit SlttlllrOIs SlttlllrOIshU SqilamiroimslslI
Visit hU to KiiRlaml KiiRlamlvifraJ Inlamllrral EuilandSrcla1
vifraJ lrral totS abl Despatch DnpaIII In THR Tal SIte SimIoirwMouill 51N SItelonmsMoUlI
IoirwMouill lon1S fU11 July H IThere IfThere There wns W11 a I m re reception yeceptlcui ¬
ception Itpllll on board bnnl the brttloehip h thehip Kexrsartte Kexrsarttetho 0Uf1rC
tho t lie flapsUip tl flu ahlp of tho t Ito American Aleric1 u Kqiiadron eqi la1 ron this thisafternoon Ihit IhitnflerUll I lti ltiaflernuemm
afternoon nflerUll which WOK attended atended by about u uthousand mmiltousnamb
thousand persons pc lIO lS rime Itattlesbip hntlhhip was wasdecorated wasdecorated ss ssdtcratll
decorated dtcratll fitim Htm 11 to t stern with the I he flags flagsof tlgl tlglof flagsof
of nil ni nations the th Gorman ensign ell u being beingprominent hohll loimmghromnlneimt
prominent prminelt among lmon th thtm them m Admiral Cotton Cottonreceived CltOI CltOIhis CottonmCCCIVUi
received his guests jltH on Oi the tll tht qimrterdock qimrterdockThere qUlllcldokTher qtmrmrteidockliere
There was WOI dalrll danolnj on n the HUptrstnicturo HUptrstnicturodeck HUprAlncture HUprAlncturedOII sUp rstnmcttiro rstnmcttirodek
deck dOII A feature fe lut of of 1 thin 110 afternoons arlrobn enter entertninuifint entertairmimient ntArtlhunlnt
tninuifint tlhunlnt was wal a cake c Cttl lm walk wnl by four me meLJYI mess messboys n nboys
boys boysThis LJYI boyslItI
This Thil lItI rpcnptiuucnds t ecmMtion en WIdS f the lie functions tunctlo on tho thoBhip thoship theships
ships ship The Kearsarge Telor e was wal afterward afterwardhaulfl aflrward aflrwardhlll afterwardltttiilcl
haulfl hlll 1 into Intf Mildxtr Illltrf mmlclsttenm m She will wil cool cooltonight lO11 lO11tonlglt coaltonmlght
tonight ami ltl will wi sail Halou on m tim Friday FridayCALLS Frday Fridaytll i itl
CALLS tl tll KIM PKTElt 1fT1W MllltKltEU MllltKltEUVrtnrh UrREIWItFrencim
Vrtnrh 1111 Writer Wrllr Say S New S nulrr nullr Ortlernl Ortlernlthe Ordr irmieredt t
the t he Killing 1111 H llIiti ut lt mm I Ilelerndf IlelerndfHpeelal 1111111 1111111al bleigramieJpctaI
Hpeelal al Cable lleipich lJl rh ta t THE IS Sis SisPxnis SJ SJPAR wePAins
PAins PAR I July 14 H1n 14Under Under pr tho caption captionThe capton captonTho captionthe
The Truth frth About Abolt the th Tragedy at lt Bel Belgrado Belgrdo hotgrade
grade grdo Gil 01 Bias Ba today d1Y prints an article nrllclowritten artclo artcloriten articlewritten
written riten by M I do to PreviBnand Pevi nand in inwhich which hlch tho thowriter thowriter thewriter
Peter of having havingbeen havingut hmavinmgbrent
writer oponly oIuly accuses aCCUf9 King KII
been ut the leader of the Servian conspiracy conspiracyTho olspircy olspircylm
Tho lm leader of f tho plot ho says 111 was WIS In InGetwva inUenAvn inGeneva
Geneva and he was Wil Peter Karageorguvitch KarageorguvitchH Iiaragergeiteh Iiaragergeiteh1n
H 1n limt it was W who through tllugh his secretary 8tcretlr gave gavetho gavethn gavethe
the order for tho assassination nMISlnaUol of King KingAlexander mnl ICingAlexandem
Alexander l Queen Draga Irga and several of ofthe ort ofthe
the t he members membrs of the Cabinet Cabilct M 1 do tb Provi Provignand lrevignntmd rei reignand
gnand then gives lvol the tl nnmosof nalotof thoofllcorH thoofllcorHon the o officers officerson cerH cerHon
on whom rests rOHtl the tlm re reponslblity responsibility > onsibility for the thtmutilation thl themnimtiiatiomt > i ilutlat11
mutilation lutlat11 if f the th bodies bdies of the late Kin Kinnntl KIII Kimig Kimigarid
and Queen len He lt also gives givcl what what he says saysis saysis aYf
is the truo story of tho origin of the plot plotand plotIld plotanmtl
and Ild the tie manner mnlner In which it was carried out outCAHXMilE outfIWI outIflXEOIE
Fall Fate of the th Implrc llepcndu Urp4nlM on 11 the 11 TarllT TarllTDecision IsrIllIcclsion arur arurllhlon
Decision DecisionSpecial Icclsionprck5 llhlon llhlonp
Special p cta CaMf Despatch plll to Tim TIR lilAIOSmiON HltN HltNIOSIION UN UNONION
IOSIION ONION July Jul Jujly 14 UAndrev Andrew Carnegie GarlgiI in inthe II IIIle immthe
the Ile course of a speech ut lt Dincwall Dilwal Scot Sootland ScotInnd Scotland
land salt aId ho hoped tho British Irlih peopb would wouldconsider wo111 wouldconsider i iconFider
consider tho tariff Inrl tue qltion qtmection tlon thoroughly thoroughlybecause thoroughlybecauFe thoroughlybecause
because Great Britains future fulue as a un al empire empiredepisntlod clpin clpindeplndo mmmpireIejIndod
deplndo depisntlod upon upm their thl decision decisionHe 11ciion 11ciionle icjejonHe
He le wan WI certain thai thlt a I ilisorimlnatlnK ilisorimlnatlnKtariff difurin natlnl
tarf tariff as a between betwoel time HII United llf 1 States Hljllf1 und undCanada tnt ztrdCanada
Canada < would not tend hmc toward I tho t he unity unityof uull uullof
of l Great lrnt Britain rlntn and America Amt ricl without which whichthe whichthe whichtime
the KngllshspunkinK lIIAhspfakinl race could not be become hecome Iscoimme ¬
come the 11 dominant 1011111 world power powerCOXtKMEIt ioveiPXPttSEI
KnKlunilN l nlhlI > lont Inll House lou r Murderer Iut to tofipeelil tonrlll to1ratli
nrlll nrlllprj 1ratli 1ratliSprctot
fipeelil prj 1 Cable Unpattlt UJ1alr to TIIK TJK rsIoNno Srx SrxLoNnox SIS SISIoso
LoNnox July Jul ll 1HIluol I tSanmiumol Samuel Herbert Iurutrt Don Dongall OUIgal Do Dogall
gall gal who wil murdered Inim un4rfl rclered Camille 1110 alum ilie Holland Inlnml a awealthy I Iwealth mmOltim7
wealthy wealth Oltim7 spinster splnller with whom 101 ho Io was WIH living Ihlnp nt ntMoat ntOllt atMoat
Moat Ollt ikiuso 111o Ikamimo Saffron HJfTtn Wnldon Wnldol four foul years yearsago yearsago W3rs W3rsu
ago u o and who was wat also II nuspxted sUJJled of f having havingmurdered hain hainIlldlId havingmniircheied
murdered IlldlId otlmr women wonln was Wi hanged hlnpell in inChclmsford InCIHlmsronl inChmInmstord
Chclmsford CIHlmsronl Piioon Piuol thin thll niominj loming Just Justbefore Ju JustItfome t t1Jfull
before 1Jfull the tl efewitlon e Illon Dougall Doug I confessed confessedthnt rnfls eonfesselthat c1 c1thlt
that thlt he had killed Illml MHH il I ill ls Hrlliintl HrlliintlVMMES I llilluniRtIES < Ild I InUl
Hun 11 T Rlan liii otf Irish Irlh DMIrlelN U8trlINlollllU U8trlINlollllUUurln 1IdtrIelNitoIIdmId 1IdtrIelNitoIIdmIdlinrinc HollilaM HollilaMIliirlns
Iliirlns tl html he KIIIRH IUn N 1 lilt lilttitirelul iItrctat 1 1rjd
titirelul rjd IatilH abt Despatch Inpllrh In rl TIIK SUN SUNUlHUN 1 SiteDummumN
UlHUN UIIIIN July WThfi JTlw 14 Timtt Umetta lazcle annouiicra annouiicrathe IlnUUICtd IlnUUICtdthl nnmnotmimcrstlim
the witlulruwal wlthdrwul of thou Crimes < Crimes acl from fromoperation frol froluplrnlion fronnolmermit
operation olmermit inn in the th I lit proclaimed prmJninY 11 districts dltrlcts of ofthe ofthe ofthu
the ttiiiiitieH CUItfl I mmmtmt los Claru 1110 is no liiuirick Ilunlck I 1 tmierlck Tippeniry TippeniryRosbommon lppcrr lppcrr1oBIom11n lipperaryhtoscotnnumomm
Rosbommon 1oBIom11n anil I mm ld immi Sllgo SllgoThu Slgo SlgoTho SI Igo IgoTltt
Thu Gazette 12fle also proclaims public puhlc holi holitlayw hol I Idays
daR in Dublin Duulll Belfast Ielflt and Ijondondurry Ijondondurryin IondonderlY IondonderlYIn
in connection cOllectiol with wih the tl Kings Iiln1 visit IAlt to Ihosu IhosuCitltM thoectlu t lmoecities
cities ctlu ctlulmI citiesI1IVI CitltMPltlXCE
UN I iii Train ITavcN 11U11 Sill an Miles IIII In II 2 231 11 i 14 14Xlnutci 1 1lnnt 14tliimIil
Xlnutci XlnutciHlieclal tliimIil lnnt lnntsfell 04 04tbt
Hlieclal sfell Cable Ibl tbt Urspatth IJJJalrh In II rims Til SUN SUNLONDON SUNOSVON SueloNuoN
LONDON OSVON July U HTho Thn train on 01 the Great GreatWpHlern Grnt GrntWftJlnn GreatVrmmicrn
WpHlern WftJlnn Railway Jllwnr on Oi which the Princo Prlmolld PrlmolldPr and andPrinceiw avidPrimicess
Princeiw Pr wl of Wllls Salcs travelled tllolrd to Plymouth Plymouthciiviiptl lIrouth lIrouthcmllod PlyimmouthiCOVPIed
ciiviiptl cmllod a distance dlslalee of 24 246 mllen mltil in 233J 233 < min minutes lill lillIlfJS tiiittiitt ¬
utes IlfJS iitt It I is asserted nlrled Mint t imtt t this Ihll t establishcM establishcMa ret ltnhIHhl ltnhIHhlalow nhuielmes nhuielmesa
a alow now worlds worhlltcorl worhlltcorlUI record recordlloodtvelt mecortiIilIOdIbeIt
lloodtvelt UI KCHlt fonsraltilnlfft lcnuratllalrN Kino IVaiu IVaiuFtpeeltH lcmmnmSprtdl CII CIItrld
FtpeeltH trld rUSe Nt Despatch ntpIrh to II Tax SUN SUNLONDON SUN10NUON SUNLosnot
LONDON 10NUON July Jul H HThe Tho manager of time thoAmerican tlmAmercan timeAinumniean
American Amercan rifle rile team Illm team has hia received rfcoived tho follow following folow folowing following ¬
ing cable despatch Ilopltlh from from President Roose Roosevelt Hoosevel htooaoveil ¬
veil vel
Accept my heartiest htlllllolt congratulations for forthe flrthe fortlte
the American victory In the tht contest for fil the thnPalma 11mPalma thePaitca
Palma trophy trophyr
I r II I Hales of If VhllnilclphlH Phllulelllhl Cricket rlcklt Team TeamInjiirrtl feamInJnrrl IcanmJmmJireil
Injiirrtl InJnrrl nnd IUII romlns omln Home Homefipectnl Jonu Jonu8rlll liotimeipectat
fipectnl 8rlll CaMf rlM Utwattti Vupalrl la Tim IR HUN HUNLONDON SIN SINIJOSON SiteLONJON
LONDON July 14 HI F II Bates one ole of the thuPlilladclpliia Ih IhPhiadelphia thePlmiiadeIhia
Phiadelphia Plilladclpliia cricket llicket team team severely Injured Injuredone Injurfdono
one of f his hl hands hanel while whie playing against IKalnMt the theWorcestershire thpWorcfllfhlro timeWtrcemmtetsimiro
Worcestershire Worcfllfhlro eleven on Monday His HisInjury 11 Illsinmjumry
Injury will wi rllsabln elmhlo him him for at at least 1lt a fort fortnight fortnight fortnight ¬
night and anI I ho hl will wi therefore lhfrlfore sail al for home hometomorrow homAtomurrow homnatoIimorrow
tomorrow King lng will wi replace him
AXD A DOES MUCH llTI DAMAGE DAMAGEAcitdrnt lMUM1clldlnt 1L1171ItJEAccident
Accident clldlnt nt an Excavation Exollton for Water WaterMains WaterIaimms I Illhll
Mains llhll In time Ilronx IronDa hlronxflIg Big Stone Stole Goes GoesThrough 0018 0018rlrOllh Goesriwougim
Through rlrOllh the tll Hoof 10lr of a Church Cllrlh Two Twolllucks TWoloeks lyolilocks
lllucks loeks Away W8Uall Many Window 11108 Hrokcn HrokcnAn Rrokll BrokeimAn I
An explosion of dynamite dyamie which was WI to tohave tohave I Ihave
have been blm used ulfd in n excavating xcavntn for water watermnlns waternlns watermniminmi
mnlns nlns at Morris Morra Purk Ink avenue and ond Victor Victorstreet Vlclorstrtet Victorstreet
street strtet In II TIme he Bronx lronx late yesterday after afternoon afternool afterimoon ¬
noon nool blow ono man to piocTti plec slightly slightlyinjured slghty slghtyInjun11 slightlyInjured
injured several other oth r persons who were weresome weresome I Isomo
some distance dllnnco from tho accident smashed smashedthe Imashed Imashedtho smashedtime
the windows of anveral Ilvell buildings buidings ono of ofthem ofthem oftimemn
them a mm hotel and damaged a church two twoblocks twolmIocli
Inc II IIhluck
blocks away awayThe awayhe awayTime
The he shock Ihocl of the explosion was Wi hoard hoardas hoardI
as I far away as West We t Farms farrl The pollen pollenand polco poiicommd
and nd Coroner Cronor were unable last night to fix fixtho fx fxtho fixthe I
tho responsibility riRponslblly for the explosion They Theywore Timoywore fheyworo
wore looking for a foreman who they theythought theythommghit
thought might clear clfar tip tho matter matterTho mnler mnlerTho matterThe I
Tho explosion occurred occurld on Victor street streetal etroetabout streetabout
al about > out seventy fevonty feet f from roni the corner of Morris MorrinPark MorrlParI MorrisPanic
Park avenue Contractor Henry Henr Lepps Leppsit Lpps
it 11 is laying Iling water wltcr pipes there thl re and ald tho ex excavation O Ocaatlon cxcavation ¬
cavation runs four blocks along Victor Victorstreet Vlotorslrol Victorstreet
street slrol Blasting BMt Inl has been done but not on onu ona ona
a very vlry large scale The dynamite dyamie was waaBtorod wl wasstored
stored ttored in Inl a large toolbox and according to toContractor toCOltlaclor toContractor
Contractor COltlaclor Lepps LIPP the amount usually Uwlly kept keptwas ket ketWOI keptwas
was WOI between eight and ten pounds poundsLippB poundHIIPP poundsLPipE3
LippB was Wfl not at the tm workjresterday workjresterdayand work yelterdr yelterdrand yesterday yesterdayUtli
and a foreman foremln had charge Tho orders orderswero ordentwer orderswere
were wer that the dynamite should Ihould bo locked lockedup lockedUI ocltedup
up UI in lit tho toolbox every night nl ht the foreman foremantaking foremantaltng forematitaking
taking taltng the key Whether this lhl was W done doneyesterday don doneyesterday
yesterday afternoon afteroon after afer the mon quit quitwork quitwork quitwork
work in Ii not known At any IIY rate the police policethink polc policetimimik
think that some dynamite must have been beenleft beenIlft beenleft
left Ilft out outAn nutAl oumtAn
An Al Italian Halnl ltahinnwhosoaamo whoso woSOllmO name the police polco got as asDomito al asDommato
Domito DOlltO Dinutln Dlndl was WI left in charge after afterC lfter lfterG
C oclock and it won I his hs duty to 1 light lght the tlmlamps tholamps theIanmps
lamps Ho had filled fJrd and lighted several severallamps eeverl eeverllampt severallamps
lamps lampt and was bending btldinj over another Inolbpr when whentho whenIho whentime
time explosion lxplolon came me DinaoVs DlrduR body shot shotInto shotInto shotinto
Into the air all in several ernl nieces plecel TIm hend hendand hendund headand
and trunk landed ilded on the tlo trolley troley tracks trackson tracll
on ft Morris Park avenue IvonU seventy 81011 feet away owa owaA
A lo Il leg wan Wil carried curred SCO 30 feet flJt One of the thoarms thearm timecrItic
arms full fel alongside alon8Io a liotol hot l piazza pilzz on onwhich onwhleh onwimicim
which several tforl persons perAOnf wero seated seatedAt Roted RotedAt seatedAt
At allnnds nlnnrl8 Hotel 10101 at Morris Park Parkavenue ParkaIIUA Parkavenue
avenue aIIUA and Victor street slret the family famiy of the theproprietor theproprlelor theiropnietor
proprietor were 110 at dinner Several Soverl of oftho ofthe
tho children chidrn were thrown from frm their chairs chairsand chlirs chlirsand chairsand I
and Josephine JoRfJhlno Gnlland Gnland landed landeo on time floor floorso toor tooro
so o hard hlrl that her head was wal badly cut All Alltho Al Allthe
the I windows ilI of the place were er broken brokenIn brken
In 11 a grocery store ton n I block away aWIY John JohnSullivan Johl JolmuSullivan
Sullivan Sulvan a sixtiwiyearold RlxlnYMrold boy was l thrown thrownover thrownover thrownover
over a barrel harlel of f sugar 8lgnr landing on the floor floorand foor foorand floorand
and cutting Imttn his hl face flco Mrs II John ONeill ONeilli ONei ONeillwho
i who was in II the the kitchen kltchll of the th house hOUe near neartho neartho nearti
tho ti explosion I Xplolion wan injured injul d in the same sameway samowa samneway
way wa wat
t The ho explosion explo il1 sent Ient a I lot of stones stoleR flying flyingi fyllg
j I i and ono of Ilirni Ihlm weighing weilllng about 100 10 pounds poundswent pouDdRI poundsweymt
went weTt thrniili thwluh the roof rof of time Church Curch of ofOur ofOur ofOur
I Our I Id > ady of If Solace llle two blocks blokl away In InVictor InI inVictor
Victor street stel In a trolley trley car 11 that thlt was WHSpausing WIR WIRII wasessittg
I pausing II II several ttlrnl windows wt WIr worm > rtt smashed am smnasimedbut hc
but none lone of the passengers elJ was injured injuredCoroner Injure inmjurodoroner
I Coroner oroller Berry Ilrry J3s gave Iae a permit permi for the re removal 10 rermlovzml ¬
I moval of the pieces pi > cO of the watchmans watchmansbody watchmansbody alchmanshody
body Contractor CUlltraotol Loppo Ippt was found by bytwo hytwo bytwo
two detectives delf tveR but 1 > umt after lfter hearing his story elolY
the Coroner let It him go goLepps IO IOLetPs goIepps
Lepps LetPs said 1m could Ioud not account account for tho thoaccident Iheaccldnl tlmoaeciient
accident im iK his hil men hnd positive instruc instructions inlirc inlirctlol instrmmcttov ¬
tions tlol ttov to to coo 810 that the dynamite dVllmle ivImanlite was locked locwd up upand mum mumand
and that no 10 unauthorized Innuthor zcd person pefol be bcnlowlc allowed allowedto II
to take any a1
Ieppsi Iepp told t ld time I Coroner Coronlr that Ihlt lie 11 thought thoughtII
II possible po ible that ttomu fO0 dynamite had been beenfillipr heenIOwr beeneither
either caroltvely enrolt ly left Ilft out Olt or had been stolon stolonby Ilolen Ilolenlr steleimby
by lr some boys One 011 theory Ihery advanced Idvanceli was wasthat wal wasthat
that he IheJaftlnl pawing of two trolley trolo curs Ili might mighthuvii mightIlvo mightlmive
huvii Ilvo had hl something folethilg to do with wih mailing mailingthe milelugthe
the dynamite d Jlulile explode explodeXEW explo explodeX1W u
Ilcporlctl 411111 Hml 1 lnl or KlO 11000non SJO4OnTmmn < > 0nT < > n Ore Near NearYuimltu Neil NeiluunUa NearatmnIla
Yuimltu YuimltuiVXNlaojf uunUatSH1l atmnIlavNiaoe
iVXNlaojf tSH1l Col 01 ol July JIll H What WIII is now noweiitl nowii1 nowiimi
eiitl ii1 iimi to bt L > tlm I lie U rrealcyi Irlilst gold old Btiikt sti ever everniade ter terwHle everhiLt
niade hiLt tie in II Colorado COhJHlo Co iomIio is heralded hmaldl uSIa ltltI from 11 Wumilla WumillaHot WUlnlt3 WUlnlt310t mSu ti ulla ullahot
Hot 10t Snringtf Hnrhlje in il the t lmc Box Cnilon I 11101 a mcrt district districttvintvtluht dlrlelIW4nlhht ml ist net netI
tvintvtluht I iiiilos mios end 111 of of Climnison Climnisonurospector GunnisonIrolpllul jumimnfscjnurospect
urospector Irolpllul t nuiiird luIPd liii IrmV1 lilueniuin Ihlrln ii went wentInto wenlIlto v0ltI
Into Ilto I itt I tilt I 1 ime district eUltl 0 istlkt u I few weeks Iel1 a ago o untl untllocal ondhwuhd mm tmti tmtihwtml
local hwuhd oil I tho t 1mm ledge PIKI from frl which whih gold has hasbeen hmil1 hasvamdttxI
been il1 woHhrnl WRhod into ino Hot lot springs IJ niiigs lgM for yearx yearxTlt yemrmmhis elll
his J > report lpoll rmjx it of 01 If thu I hn I a rich find fnd fin I 1ms IU h ut 4 spread like likewildllra Iko Ikowldlro 1110wilmillie
wildllra wldlro and uld hundrpclrt IJllrld imim rid reds of prospector IJol1cor are areKoiiiK Ire Iregoing aregoing
going to t 0 tho tl to region IIon tin UI horwlMink hr itt rselstek fbllk rind nld in inrigs Inrig Iirigs
rigs rig > day dl and Iml night nllht to locate 1Ile mines minesTlm mhllRTil minesIII
Tlm Til III iwiut eII location 10lntlon of tlit t h he claim lalm ta i two twonnd twonwl t no noa
nnd a iu I onehalf unIml I t mil mlf i 11cm nortlitwyt lorlhli11 no rt lsact of AVmmitn AVmmitnnear Wuntiin WuntiinIf mVtm mnmitn mnmitniemr
near If r tlm t h lie old 011 Meyer 11o ranch The shaft Haf is isdown i iIh islwII
down Ih wt ten tel I mtm feet flol ami Inil mm nd shows fhow a two anil alliL u half halffool hnlffont Imaiffoot
fool font lend of If white quartz ualtz literally Iterlr filled filledwith fled fledwilh filledwitim
with native hat he gold It I IH II wild ld tht 11101 tIm ore or rmm rmmSI rtlH rtlHIIIIII nimmsa
SI IIIIII Mi a ton lOl
oiinrMiY oiinrMiYMartin 0111 OflhllIBVi II IIllrtl
Martin llrtl i rt I ii K I Abbott hhul hbot t who tiled ml Ittl on Monday Mondm Iolday y iiiul iiiulwhose 111 111ho mmdwhot
whose ho funeral fUlcral takes Ikl place Iluc litme nt II the tliurcli of ofSt ofSt
St 11 IYiincM r lcl Xaviir XmII West Ot Sixteenth Ixlctlth Street strtvttoday Klrt StreettOimiY
today 1001 at in II oclock ocock wits WI ono III of the bent bentknown hll hlllon besthmtoW
known hmtoW lon Ii Hvpubltfiiu leluhlln worker In 11 the I tme Twpnty Twpntyflfth I wllt wllttfh mvent y yII
flfth tfh II 1dm Assembly AF A lhlr tlltrlrt fitrl HP II I I e had hehl I lt many manyplace IUI ummmum ummmumilacs
place In II the I he Post iot Office I bill Ikc to and 11 Custom ell tom Home Homeuntl 10u 10uuld ilomissml
untl uld ml tat luiil IUII biiMi IJu connected elnn coont ti before lfoll thnt with thn thnilvirtl UI UIuohlrtJ thtniertlsiii
uohlrtJ niertlsiii ilvirtl lnit e department rrlllll dt si rt mien I II muf f the th Urondwuy UrondwuyTheatre Uroldway UroldwayThllltl lhroadwullmmat
Theatre Thllltl llmmat re the rotirttiilh 1IIIon Ftt rttnt h Strict St reet Theatre ami amithe au1Ihe nmmltime
the Windsor II OI Thtatre Thall on oi the tht Bowery beforo belort It Itbtfciuno Itheollo Itbetiittto
btfciuno heollo u I JiwiMli Ihoiitre thcltn > II lp 11mm was WIA very 11 well wellIMHIUII wtl vel1ttitwmm
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many mllY mimi ti OMIIIHTIIIIC J lllll I t iiulltluliuiH 10iUchll toli ttchums on 01 Sm tho t ho WfHt Vrnt est Siil Siilof Iil IilI Si ml mlof
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njiill 11 hIs hil mothiT II0tlr moot her ami 111 a l lib it Is brother hrotur Kdwunl Kdwunliliiil J Idmmrmlttjmi llrd llrdIi
iliiil Ii within wil V It ii II Itt 11 I few Iw f w ln hur > urs of each Ilh other sail uniltliirlr 111 111twll sailI
tliirlr twll I Joint Joint funeral r1lwrallt lttntra I at tlm Ihtlhurdl I he Church I of St HI Frnncls FrnnclsXavlir Prnnr Im nels nelsN
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attentlaiifi 110111 at I mmclamtv A t murrleil mitarrk t sister iSIII Is now 10W the t11 only onlysurvivor til tilsurvivor
survivor 110 of thn thl t lit family familyHenry rlmiy rlmiy1ur ImmmLlt ImmmLltI
Henry I I tmry Ulorh 110h who wh had IHll been hI eniri llmlrd ti taged rd In II tho thowhileiiilu Ih IhwhI t lie lievlm
whileiiilu whI vlm 1ur alu biitrhcr tiit ker biwhiMs IJlhII1 In II I ml Hiltmon ItHtFJuvenut II t1iistt nvenuo nvenuoItrnoklyii ii vantmehtrtukl
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Monday IIIla > of consumption OI Olisit llltnu tttitt Iom nt hli hi home hOII moa ioalirlilue 1101 moaltrimige
lirlilue Hrloh1 rttrefl Hlrt I In It hiM llflyvi tlftvimith > nth year 01 Ho Howaw liewitI
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waw W u I native nul limit lvt VI of Ir MxmcLorraine m Isma I errs I as and cmn cmnli cammuIt
li to > Mils Ihl rounlrj lultr In IM7 1 17 lli 10 was 1 a trustit lrRt trust CII t of ofth of oftlo ofI
th I him Hebrew tlhw I I ebrw Orphan Asylum Asylti sllm no mind 1111 connected connectedvith Ionnetmt IonnetmtIth eonneCtmmjlit
tlo vith Ith lit nil IU ml the t tit other olhl t Iiim ImitlliiK 1111 Hebrew Ilbll I I organize oritnnlxatlnns orinlIZR orinlIZRIhm organizetlont
tlnns In II Brooklyn Jrookll llevim 1I trensurer trllrlr of Forti Fortitude 1cvtltutii ¬
tude IIU Loilite LOIII Si it 1 K I anti ml A M 1 anrt Ini an ort Odd OddFellow OdllIJ Odmii
Fellow i IJ Iie m lie 10 I hit nhviiyn 11 at w < iys 1 carried clrrhd a gold lofl watcli watclithe wlteh wlteht mymitctmtlim
the dial 111 of Ir whleh was a composed mpel of the per portriltt VOI perlimitS
limitS t 1ltl of r hi uk four noun Ol anil eight daughter daiichteruarranged raulhter raulhterIlrm1 daughtertmrrmm
arranged Ilrm1 tmrrmm Ii ieti l In a the t tmm order orrr of their iiBeu a gee ills Hlnvltlow illsimlosm
vltlow hlow ami nul nil IU a Ii the UII children lhUtnI with le the II IIhlow ni nieptioii n nlltol oxmtptint
eptioii of one on daughter dallhttr miami tthter survive sum lrvlvt rvlvo him The Theluiierul TheIIraIIWJvlel Fimelilt
luiierul IIraIIWJvlel lilt lltol era 1 service will wi w Il I IIP held this thi I his afternoon Ifteroonlt IfteroonltHlph at atTemple itt1evtmpim
Temple Hlph lleth lelh lie t it Klohim EIlir Eltdit ItI in I vi State Stutl street streetFrederick tt Irpelrdrlcc reet reetFrtmderlclc
Frederick W V Morn lor the IU president pr ldpnt of time thobusiness timeitimsltusss
business hl hll > lionise hII of W u i Horn 1011 i Bro A I Co Coof C Cof tle tlehl a aor
of Sit 51 I 1111 Ittrl earl street > 1101 one le of 01 the I larHMt Ilre l fancy fancyirootls fanc fanc10od fancyoimtts
irootls 10od oimtts firms trJB In II the II ihi country ttlltn tlletl dlll of If KantrltlH 10JtrltM gatrltlseim I Iyeslertlny Iv
yeslertlny v eim Irll I mmmv tit his hi > bummer simmit llller mimer home 111 at 01 Itocky Jockv Itock v vI I
ledife i tlge StonlnKton Hlonlnllol Conn COnl Me 11 WM v Ai4 n B2 rears rearsold veerslmi Uore
old lmi Iliri 11 home hUI wim Wil il 1 South Orunge Orult N J Jwhere Jhlrl i iu I
where u hlrl bent ho wus WI a I 1 prominent prOIIIInt vhurclunan dlrchruun timil relt iou a Hu I Ic
leaven a I widow who wh was HI Miss 1 Aletta Itll Piitter PiitterHOII Pettercolt l
Pltcr PltcrOi
colt Oi the daiiKhter ollhlur of II II I I I n Patterson 111101 a well wellknown wellknowii
known hartlwiiro hardwlro ninrchnnt Ilrcwlt of r this thll timl dty three threeIOIIH throUc titremSolid
Solid Uc > and nd three Ihnl tin iiiiutiiitpic iiiiutiiitpichomgm u enters entersieoiw
ieoiw ul A Cooke who vmo was Wi noted Illecl ns tho thocomposor thoOIIJSOr theommiptisor
composor OIIJSOr of campaign 11JI tutmpt 1dm soag on OCj mill Ild a mii who or orKanieit 0 orgauizmtt
Kanieit nllzll II Hi glee leo club lb and travelled tralcd with wlth it itaround itIolnt itII
around II Iolnt the th country lnlliry tOitmt ry luring 11rlr the the Henry IIIT Clay Clayfanipalun CIa < II y ymtiimipaIrt
fanipalun Il Ipn 111 died IiId on Oi Runtlay AIIII at lt hid hil hiI home hOll 112 112OulnoyHtreet 12 121211ncy 132Quincy
OulnoyHtreet 1211ncy Quincy Hlret strmt Brooklyn BrunklYIln in n hli hi ninetieth nlnellh year rllr yearI
He I le Is said 91h to hare havt been heel the Ih t lie author Ilthor imumi hon of nearly nearlyn
10 1tr 1trI
n I hundred lullrd eampalun 1111111 Konus onl HI lie Ie wa WI8 was u unephuw ansptmuw
nephuw Ilphuw of If Hir HiI John J otmu Herbert I I 1111 nInt Cooke rooll of En Enland Enmg I
land Ilnd iii vi I who was wal linUhtvd hlllhtlt it for bravery hmfIY In 111 tho thoCrimean Iholrilnl 1 lie lietnltnertli
Crimean lrilnl War A t lOI son ui > and Irll two I we daughters daughtersmirvivn luutbtrl datmglmtersmutt
mirvivn mutt rvlvu him himV 111 ii iuti iutiv
W V II I I I II I I I Thornton Thurlto 70 years ynrl old 011 died dl nt nthis nthi athis
his hi home 111 near ICllettsvllli EIIIII Ind 1111 I mtl on 01 Monday Mondaynlitht MOJaynllhl 1mlonidayIt
nllhl It nlitht I gut He I I I e wan wat n L icrnntlxoii KrfltlJ of llllnm Ilnl 111mm Henry HenryllnrrlHon Jllry 1 I entry
llnrrlHon Ilrrl 1 I it rrlsnum ol and 1111 ituti I a I eoiinln 11111 titsl Ii of thn tl t him lain III let e UenJamln UenJamlnllarrlnoii Utnllil Ihenijim miii a aI
llarrlnoii I I He I was Wil born 1011 In Fernbank ferhulk Ifumll Ifumlllon I I 11 rnli rnliiJl
lon motility llty Ohio and went to KIlHtHvllIu KIlHtHvllIuthirty Jlpttlvlu Ellettsvllltthirty
thirty ytaru YII IIKO 110 where ImIrI he had Ilul lIved Ivld ever evernince eVlr eVlrHIl ever51m0I
nince HIl He I I le wax IM a burhelor bllhtlor und ali lived lved thu thullfo thuIfo timelife
life Ifo of a hermit hermitCharles h itertuiltCharles rli
Charles I J Merrltt 1tlril Immm nh who diet on 11 Monday at athis IlthlH atiils
his home 7ti Ma JIon laiemt con street 11111 st reel llrooklyn Irooldn In Ills Illseiulilyninth hI hIrhtninlh lutstI
eiulilyninth tI it Iity a lotli year 01 was WI the thl tim proprietor of a aeroekery itroelary t trfctrr
eroekery store lou In that borounh hofUII for nearly nearlyhalf nelr nelrhall nearlyhmli
half rfctrr a century unlll He I Ii mm retired rltrpt ret I roil from fro remit I buHlneits buHlneitstwenty hUMlnpl1 imuelnesstwinty
twenty tIII years parH asto llO Ho 11 WIIH Wlr a veteran loln of tlm tlmThirteenth thorhlrt tiimmrimi
Thirteenth rhlrt rimi rttetmtit Ilth Iteulment iteijl ImiCult A fln Min on until UII a daughter daughtersurvive dalghtr dalghtrIlniv bimiglItermutirnIvi
Ilniv survive him himJohn himJohl hi am amJohn
John Johl Humphrey IllpbCY I I for half h1 n century eeimt nilry tIny n Inntl InntlInir IMI leitclimig
Inir IIL biwlnewi 1lllnos man lan of 01 WuHliliiKton hiliton and RII for formany forIUI formommy
many yearn frs ears Orl1 Irand Hauler 101ler of fr the Iho I 110 Kxchenuer Kxchenuerof hQllr
of IUI r tim Irantl Lodire Iodi Knights InlihtM of Pythias lylhll died diedat diHI diHIlt diedmit
at lt 11 tlf his hi summer lunlllr hnmo hrJlo In il It Round HDlnr Hill ll I I Ill Va VI on onSundny DnHlnlilv onStnmlny
Sundny Hlnlilv In the th dovontltth fvlnlhlh year Inr of his hi nee neeHe 010 egoitt
He wits lil horn In Ininiitnn llnKlun Iievonshlrc JIvonHhlrc Eng Knifliiml Enl Enghitiel
liiml 1111 1 antl Imt went Int to WI Vishln Vtmsiiliigten hlliloa lon when a boy boyHH bo bole boylie
HH le was WI a I master I11MttJr builder builderAdolph buider buiderlolph buihuierdolpim
Adolph lolph dolpim N Hnrtmann Ilrlllnl a I wellknown welklown Jrook Jrookolhlal Brooklyn Brook Brooklyn ¬
lyn optician olhlal filed eU1 yesterdny at his home 4 4Richmond 49 49RIhmOII 40Jbihnmomtl
Richmond RIhmOII street Irlt In Irrnl his hi llftydfventh I ty vlnth r Ylar YlarII ysar ysarlie ar arHP
HP II leaves 1lVIH a widow wldol und nd nix Ix children chitnn
I Extreme xtreme Hot Weather Apparel ApparelFOR ii iiEO II IIEQR
xeme Apael
weater 1 1Time
FOR EO MA M MEysi MEysiTime
Time was when convention conventon demanded of a man manthat manthat manthat
that he suffer sufer the summers heat clad cad in gar garments garments garments ¬
ments which were not in the th least l ast adapted to tohot tohot I Ihot
hot weather service Its Its different now Men Mendare Mendare Mendare
dare to invite comfort in garments of silk sik mo mohair mohair mohair ¬
hair linen lnen and kindred fabrics Few tailors tailorshave tailorshave
taiors taiorshave
have realized realzed this We have havethoroughly thoroughly Be Beyour Beyour Beyour
your taste as critical as it may and your propor proportions proportons proportions ¬ 1 1in
tions tons what they may we can provide you with gar garments garments starments ¬
ments of this class cass to satisfy both and at a mod moderate moderate ¬ I Icrate
erate cost costCoats cost costCoats I ICoats
Coats of Alpaca Alpacaor or Sicilian Siciian I 150 200 250 up to 850 850Coats 80Coats 850Coats
Coats of black blue or gray Serge single or double breasted 300 0 I I4OO
400 00 500 00 600 800 800Coats 800Coats 8OOCoats
Coats of Pongee Taffeta Tafeta or Japan Silk H50 450 500 600 600Coats 600Coats OO OOCoats
Coats of Imperial Cloth at 500 00 600 and 800 800Dusters 800Dusters I IDusters
Dusters for travelling travelin or driving drivln1 1300 300 450 750 50 upto up to 1200 1200Suits 1200Suis 1200Suits
Suits Suis of Linen or Crash sack or Norfolk 400 500 600 900 900Coat 900Coat V VCoat
Coat and Trousers of white cream or striped Flannel Serge or orMohair orMohair i iMohair
Mohair 1500 1800 and 12000 12000Trousers 2000 2000Trousers 2000Trousers
Trousers of wool Crash Flannel Flanne or Homespun 300 100 j4OO 400 500 0
600 700 00 800 800Trousers 800Trousers 800Trousers
Trousers or Breeches of Linen Crash or Duck 150 1200 200 300 00
400 and 550 550Waistcoats 5O 5OWaistcoats 0 0Waistcoats
Waistcoats of light lght weight fabrics for Summer wear 150 10120 200 4
250 300 400 and 450 450a1ui 50 50ak
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A A ACoolKitchen Cool Kitchen S A AIn AIn
in summer time tme is certainly certainlygreatly cerinly cerinlygrety ccrtanlygreatly
greatly to be desired You can canavoid
Cool C ool avoid grety unpleasant heat and pre prepare cn ¬ l u3S u3Spare fias fiaspare
pare all al meals mels in perfect peect comfort comfortif comfor
if you cook on onA onKitchen tr trKitchen
Kitchen A Gas Range Range
Schiiylklll Schuyltt County CouniyDeiioerats Democrat Ulloerat to Inilori IniloriHim Itidorihim
Him Irror him for President PresidentPOTTSVILLK PresidentPOTBVILE PresidentPorrsvmuE IDdorJ
POTTSVILLK POTBVILE Pa July 14 HThere HTheredouM There is isdoubt n ndoubt
doubt tlmt the approaching Schuylklll Schuylklllcounty Shuyli Schuylklllcotlnty
county coulty Democratic Demorato convention convelton will wi call callupon canupon calltihOii
upon the Democrats Dlmocrats of Pennsylvania to tounite tounito tounite
unite in presenting preHentnK the name lame of Judge JudgeUray JudgeOruy JudgeGray
Gray of Delaware D lawaro to the party at Inrge Irge as asan astn asan
an tn available aalable candidate cnndi alo for fol President PresidentFor PrealdentFor PresidentFor
For the first trst time tmo since 1892 local loal party partyleaders purtyleaders partyleaders
leaders hero her are united on a national natonaletlnd natonaletlndard stand standard standard ¬
ard bearer Olney o In Parker and Hill Hi have havetheir havetheir havetheir
their admirers but the popularity populrlty of Judge JudgeOray JudgoOry JudgeIray
Oray Ory in the coal region towns which oom oompriso oompriO corniirise
priso priO threefourths tlleetourthB of the voting votng popula population populalion popuiation ¬
tion of the thp t1m county has resulted rtuled In a tacit tacitunderstanding lacl laclulltJltadlng tacittmndermmtanding
understanding ulltJltadlng to give p1t the thl Delaware Delawarejuilst Delawarojlilt Delawarejutist
juilst jlilt lIme unanimous unlnlmouR indorsement Ind rement of this thiscounty thl thlcuunty thisCtUIIty
county This Thl is I regarded rtlardod as good practical practicalpoHtlf prctcal prctcalJllns practicaljumIltltt
time lie candidates for offices oflicosthis officesthis
poHtlf Jllns > 8 by cnndldalfs oounty ofeos ofeosthis
this year YI lr nu al It I promise Jromi eH to bring blllg enthusiasm enthusiasmund eulhusilm eulhusilmIn
und In unity uniy which Imvt ha boon lacking Ilcng for foryearn foryears
yearn 111 into the Democrat lo 1 canvass canvassufs canvassl1RJ <
ufs 11 LELIA rM virwiv 1 nri rUI tx WE IIWI IIWIhI PITPS PITPSSue us usNlie
Sue hI > larrtes Iarrl John tlcComti Ieloll the ManaKer ManaKerof
of Her IIr Former 01111 Husbands InNland Estate 1 EstateRlcmnioND ICntateRICHMOND 818t 818tRICIUIND
RICHMOND RICIUIND Va July 14 141rR 14MrS Mrs belie Lll M MNowman 1 MNowimman
of Waite Walterleorgo WaiteOOrKO WaiteGeorge
Nowman Nowlan the divorceil dlvon d wife
George Newman and ad John McConib were weremarried welO welOmarrlod wornmarriott
married this thl aftvrnoon nfhrlll at lt the home of the thebrides tbehrde thebrides
brides hrde tather father near Jordoimville ordOJllvil The Rov Rovfeorge Rovnore Revicorge
feorge L Pet Plt rie rit of Churlottoivillo harotu le officiated officiatedMr clated clatedfr
Mr fr MoComb MoCmh was nmnager 11ngel fur Mr Newman Newmanvhono Newmanthose IWmln IWmlnwhoI
whoI those wealth wealh wealt hi sortie time ago Wait aB eotimatexl eotimatexlnt Ilmlod Ilmlodat
at 15000000 1500 and 11 who owned uwnld the hand handsomest haudomest handsomest ¬
somest omest place in Grunge Orlll county upon which whichh whichhI wimichiito
h hI ito erected a house which cost Iost 500000 500000This 500 500000iimis
This hiB was wal recently fClllr destroyed mist Joytc royed by fire fireAfter fr4 fr4Afer fireAfter
After Afer hor divorce c1vorco from fro I Newman Mrs MrsMcComb 111 111cComb MrsMcComnh
McComb bought an estate 011110 in II Orange Oralge of the thelate thelato timelate
late len Jamen JlmPH 0 I Field FIld who was a oandl oandltiiite ondl ondldate oandldate
date for the tm VionPniidenoy VlcPrldeloy on tho ticket ticketwith ticketwith ticketwith
with Weaver Weavfr Newman wan himself wan wal not notlong nolhmR notbug
long ago a o married ia rred to MU ll Moon 100rl of Albcmarle Albcmarlecounty Albema Albenmanlecounty Ile IleCUntr
county countyIX CUntrIV countyITS
IX RESTRAINT OF TRADE TKADKllelilsan TRADEMiciilgwtmmu RA I Ilchllla8
Miciilgwtmmu > llelilsan lchllla8 > Siiprrmo Stprlm Court otmrl IuscU llsttl a liiilK liiilKmrnt hlii Jimdgtheft
theft mlnt In n Hall Hil Trust Suit MultI Sul SulJ SuitTANSIyO
I TANSIyO ANmso Nt O Mich July H HA A majority majorityof
of tho I im Supremo ulnme Court Justice JIslico Grant Grlnt die dissenting dl diesiiimtlng ¬ i iKfntng
senting Kfntng today nut 1t1 uhltie thll I it Judgment udpment of ofSIOUOO oftl
SIOUOO tl 10000 secured ecurld by Mm thl Detroit Dotlott Salt Corn Cornpony Compony CommiPlIny
pony in the Wayne Wa no Circuit Chclit Court Coull against againsttlio ngaln81 ngaln81thl ngainstthe
the thl National Nntolll Suit HIt Company CompanY for salt Hal pur purchased pnrohnell pimrchoseil ¬
chased under rontrwot The Supreme SupremeCourt Supren1 Supremetumirt
Court 0111 tumirt says unc that t hit tho t hu oflictnlH OIClll1 of time I ho Detroit Detroitolinpmiy Dtro1pnny letroitmmpRimV
olinpmiy mmpRimV knew Ilew thnt the th I lie National Net louis I company companyWUH O1mJOIY O1mJOIYwnK
WUH entieivoring to HCtiuro Hll1lrO control Intloi of the thewilt thestilt I IIllt
wilt Illt innrliKt mn rlfI ricet anil time ciuitrnct cItlaet in therefore thereforedeclared I hOlefor Imemeforctleclttred I
declared dllued to be bl illegal Ilgll being In restraint re lrnlnl of eftrndo oftmre oftrade
trade tmre The court ltIK H It It wan WIM Hlld will wllot not aid aidIn aidIn ulifri
In Ihe til t li enforcement enforlemcnl of Illegal iejul ctmtracts ctmtractsSwitchman tuntrucII tuntrucIISllnnal mnmtractsSentehimian
Switchman Sllnnal H 1 SnlrlilB Snlchll In Ills II iii Oil OilThomoa 111 teItIimomas
Thomoa tlml Macforlaiio MalfoJtltl 11 36 years old a aScotchman aHeolchman aScotelmnmaum
Scotchman who lived lved at the llammertdey llammertdeyliotol Jammertley hlannrnersieyIlOtOl I
liotol Hotl committed ormitwc suicide in the Jelforson JelforsonMarktM Jelftlson Jelftlsonlarkl 1e1ftsommMarket
Market larkl prifon plLol early eary yeoterday Ierday morning morningJlucfarlano moring moringMacfarhuw mnornming2mlucfarlatmm
Jlucfarlano who was WO In tho prison priHol on Oi a acharge achalj1 acharge
charge of felonious folullol a ulsaui assault sault jumped from fromhis fromhis fromhis
chalj1 his cot after atllr putting putlg a noouo nunlo around his hisneck hLltck liLsmmeck
neck ltck The Il fall fal wan WUI not 101 enough to t break breakills hnalhis lmrcakhis
his nuok neo tme but ho strangled ttLlgled to death deathCouldnt delth deltholllnl cleatitmnmImImit
Couldnt olllnl Wed Killed Jlld Ueraeir UeraeirBcciiimi nerNIlfIpCII ilermmeifIlecammmme
Bcciiimi IpCII her parents parenll did not think her herlover herlover liarlover
lover Pnfiqualo Ptiqualo FruKl who hud followed followedher folowld folowldhlr followedher
her all al tho way VIY fr fran < ni Italy Ialy to nvirry nrrr hor horwas hOlWM imorwas
was able abl to It support luFPort her ASBUUM AISII Asemin m Piiriot Prrt
17 yours YClr old of if Oraneo 0110 N J 1 c miriitted miriittedutiiclile nunitelll nunitelllHtlcllu rwnittetiemmicitle
utiiclile Htlcllu this thII morning morn In her bodroi m by byshooting bymmimootin
shooting mmimootin liprwir in the t ime heid with lur lurbrother lm r rlwotimer
brother s revolver revolverTha revolverNEW
is valuahl1m1 valuahl1m1The
The TELEPHONE TELEPHONE1a113 TELEPHONE1a113hundreds am amhundreds
hundreds and thousands of ofhours ofhour
hours every day dayLow dayLow
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rod full Informationcall UM UMCONTRACT iii iiiCOITRAOT
No OOlOOortlandt OOlOOortlandtNEW 0010 Oortiandt OortiandtNEW
Injection of Antitoxin Into IIli Iii Brain Brainj firalimGave
j Gave v Only Temporary ttcllcf ttcllcfMOUNT q qI
I MOUNT VERNOV N V July UDe UDesplto 14Dispite
spite the operation that was performed performedon
on Willie T Graham a Mount Verrion boy boyof t tof
of Injecting untitoiin into lii to his brain he hedied 1mm 1mmdied
died today of lockjaw brought on by
being shot in the oil oilJulv
hunt with a toy pistol omm ommJuly
Julv July 4 The palm of his hand was lacerated laceratedwith I Iwith
with u blank cartridge avid lockjaw net In
The boys jaws unlocked after the opera ¬
lion and Dr Wclsn thought ho would re recover ¬ m
cover Instead after the effects of the
treatment wore off tetanus again set in amid ft
the boys jaws again became tightly looked lookedSeven looketiSeven I
Seven Fourth of July Lockjaw Vlctlnm VlctlnmWILKESBARNE VietintsVzzntEsBAmumg
WILKESBARNE Pa July 14The aura ¬
her of lockjaw victims In tbis city and neigh ¬
borhood was iiicr iticretmecil iffil today to 14 seven ReVOlts
three dying within the tIi last twentyfour
louit htoumpm All of them wen wounded during
the Fourth immrtii of July festivities and moat of ofil
the il i cases were ii from ni time me toy uif pistol iiiHioi une One
died yesterday one Saturday and two In
I the early part of last week All the victhnB victhnBwere vicitlnnswere
were boys bwtwptn 10 nntl 10 years vearaStraw yearsStraw
Straw Hats HatsD HatsCor
S oi ° D
1300 Splits and Sennelts reduced to 2 22oo 2p200
p200 > 2oo Splits and Stniutts reduced to I IPANAMAS 1oi 1oiPANAMAS
JjsHafmpany JjsHafmpanyCur
Cur 13th l3thSt St I
Broadway BroadwayADAUHOn
ADAUHOn Sunday July K at lili hi F Filcnct real realdcnce
ilcnct oiMrkle M V Kraccli iranjcr Uangcradititmi iranjcrAilmin
Ailmin In his T3tl 3ltm irur irurKuntral tsr tsrFuneral
Funeral private yrlviiliBUHKC privateeUnICE
eUnICE On Mondajr July IS n hl hia Seth year yearafter yearutter
after ii brief lllne Itnem < i Krtael llurkr belovn belovnhiuband beioveibuaband
hiuband ut it Cttbfilne flrreue flrreueFuneral GrrnmeFuinmcral
Funeral services nt the Church of the Illruril Illrurilhucrnnnnl iflesseitnicnmtmsnt
hucrnnnnl 7l 7tlt nt t and llrondway at 10 0 A AM AM
M Vrdncsday July IS Kindly omit flowers OoweriEHUAOHKIt flowersIHUACJilIm
EHUAOHKIt Suddenly of heart failure on July Julyms
13 1WI3 Vlilur Krtmchcr beloved husband husbandut
ut L Anna mmrm Krbacbrr KrbacbrrIlrlatlvft 1 1Itmlmitlvmi
Ilrlatlvft and tutu rlrnils are Ar Invited ta atttnd time tlmfunrnil timetunmritl
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