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i Fxpcllrd I xprlrl From a 1 l IAbnr ibor tnlon Iilont llonTle llonTleI The ThePresident
I I President 10rrsllrlt Sn Sas > s No llules Illrs of a Inlon llnn Can CanIk an anHe 11
I i 1 He 10rrrltrct IermltUil to Ovrrrldo the tie law lawWABIIINOTON Io La LaVARIINflTOH
I WABIIINOTON WARINOTON July 2Se 20fprllnry 2L SPrtflry < retary Cortil Cortilyou OnII
I you CJ of the t I1 Deniirtinent Ipprlllnt Iipii rt nipnt of Conitnerco COIHurct otirrc otirrcj and andtabor alli allit
t j tabor 141 bor made mlu the 11 t II minounoomiril Ilnouncemlll fl lflOIflCIflYI I this Ihit I after afternoon nftr nftrI n nnoon ¬
I noon that Ihlt t thn t 1i President Jrlthlrll had lUl I directed dllctld I i rvCtct the thereinstatement theI I I 1f3 1f3CJf
reinstatement rllnllltlmlll of William Wllnm VI Un in A Mllltv 1111 N I who whowan whnwal w wrPI1ov
I wan wal removed rllold rPI1ov L nomo 1011 time tll t I1 ago l H go o by Public PublicPrinter Puhlr PuhlrI Pu ibi ibiPrlntr
I Printer PlnlI Palmnr Pllmfr from his hil iia position pOti lun on of f as assistant a ai ai1tant ¬
i i sistant lltant foreman fOlcnin At the thl t lif Government lavern mlrnlwnt I81t Print Printing Plnt Plntj t ting ¬
j ing In Office mostlybecaiim 10 inot tlyhclII ly bea a1 of f the Ih t Ii fact fld that thatho thatII t th
II ho h had hld been expelled cpl pIt kl from fmJI Iocnl 10011 io Il Union UnionNo Uti UtiNo
No I International Inlerlulunnl In tei tt ioflti I Brotherhood JrollUrholll Bio LItrl Gv of of1II Book Bookbinders HOlk HOlkhlndfr ¬
binders bindersMillers
hlndfr hlndfrI
I Millers 11hr 1II IIF offetiwi ofcn olteti agitlttht npilrt tigk Irut I lie h labor IH Iiir union unionconsisted unlnnonsltlllll unionCoflSit4I
11 consisted onsltlllll in I ii giving giVllg information InrOrlltll1 in to rtnat O1 to n I Mem Member llt lltI iIt2iflb ¬
I ber btr b r of Congress lonpIcH showing thowlng how the tIm expenses expensesof expInlI1 XflP XflPof
I of r lb the RM great r rrinling establishment mhlj might mightbo iiiightb
j bo b reduced and 111 a saving tavlnK to the theeftecttl Government Governmenteffected orlWlt orlWltIt
It effected efltel Ho contended tontenlll that his hi action ncton in ingiving inI
1 giving this thil information Ilformat Inn was WIH perfectly perfectlyproperand perfloty perflotyprptrand JFftCt1ypropr
properand prptrand propr flflI just JUHlt1hluhut iflablobut as I tt it ita contemplated contemplatedft contelplatll contelplatllI
I ft possible pOllhll reduction rcducton of tli thl tho force tlrlt in II the theprinting thlprlntnl iIut
t printing prlntnl office OrCt It I wn objectionable ohjlelnnlhle to the thoInternational theIntlrlnt theInternnt
International Intlrlnt Internnt 10lul irninl Brotherhood Brtherholl of Bookbinders Bookbinderswhich Bunlhllllrl Bunlhllllrlwhlch BookbindeisWhih
which at t once OICI expelled cXllcII him himNotice hll hifliNotice i
Notice was Wi accordingly sent tmt tu the Public PublicPrinter Puh1c Puh1cPrnter PtIbliPrinter
Printer Prnter that thlt William Wilat A Miller lill was wlun wu no longer longera oIlgtr
0 I a member mlmhcr in in good go I standing stutitiiii tlldin g of i I tho titOI lalmr lalmrunion lil r runion
union I tii iii Public Puhlc I tlliiC Printer IIjntlI 1 > iIt 11 Palmer lahml 1itilfl acted netlll ac accordingly Il Ilcordln flCU ¬
cordingly cordln U rdingly lv and Inl directed dirptd Iirct I his hi removal rlmonl rrno il ex explaining cxplaining x xI ¬
I plaining plalnlllln In his hi letter Iltf to Miller lipr that it i was wasliecaiitw waNI s as asICa1114
I 111 liecaiitw I of 0 f the action actol nf If I f tlm tll t li union uninl In 11 ex expelllni ox3eillng
pelllni 1111 him from III membership 1111 IFlUII rlip rsIIii Miller 111 hIIet at atonce ati atonce
i once 01 appealed U u to > the til t lie President 111idet nnd the theCivil th thI I I a aCivil
I Civil CII Service HIk rvkn CommMoii CIII President PIidllt PIidllt1Ilel ii csiihji csiihjit I IHcos
t Hcos velts letters 1Ilel lot t cr on 01 thi t Ii subject lhjl 1 ii call al a ii at attention attltO t tbutton ¬
button tltO to tlm paramount paramlull lirarut importance iljlltlllC iIIIttHCO of ofthe 01
1 the t lie laws lalt of the tl ho Iliiteil li 1 States Sta tus over o vr tli t Ii Iiof rules rulesif ml mlf
if f labor organisations olganizalinl and ild altm to I tin I ItO ItOthat fact factthat fadthat
that the Anthracite ntll114 Ciul at I Slrlkn SIIIII t tiio Cnlliinn Cnlliinndpided umiiiissidii umiiiissidiidecided
decided that t no 10 porpori 1 OIl 10 a should tlllld shu iih I I > discrimi discriminated Ijllml Ijllmlnated liscri tat tatI ¬
I nated against IpalnNI nga inst bicausi 11IIl ho I to was WI ZLM or wan wa v1ta not notn ol oln
n niDinbir melhlr of a I a labor ltti r organisation olpaniZnliol orga tizit I nut nutta Secre Secretary HI 11 ¬
k tary tlry ta ry CorlelyouM Cart tIyuPi HtateiiuMit Ntatllwat i is as a follows followsOn 101
J I On May llr i is l itiiw 111 Vllilaiu jiiln at A Mlllir llr WIIK wl wlt l n nof 1 >
j t 11011 IIIOVtLt hr L Ih 1III IiiIili Ilill1 flo ftutt hiIMltio hiIMltiof Iti IO4it0It IO4it0ItI
I tin th tht lovpriimriit lovpriimriitIrititlrikC I If
P I r of ausistant 10Itl1 rnrtiiiin fIllnl it I 11 OOprlmlt
1 If f f t IrititlrikC Iriltl Olllce 01111 0111 Mr Ir Millir liI filed 1111 a i cnnipldnt cnnipldntwith comphilt comphiltI cntItpI8itItcr I II
I cr If with Ith th lill ivil tI Scrvlci 1 11111101 nninilMon albKiiitf albKiiitfof al ii1gitiJ llli
J I thlt titist hi rlo11 rantotii I11 ita1 Ilel tjpfl Illi itiatla 1 rt rtt vlolatol
i 1 t of the th tit Civil cii Serviee rvIc law In I anil Ild ruliS rll8 After flr f ter an anInvKHtlimtloii 11 ani
r II i InvKHtlimtloii Imtlato ol thi t1 th > romplulni OIIIlallt mill 1111 itiitlJiiIy upon upnnIiilj uponhll
Iiilj hll 6 tln th > Civil CIi lvii Service HIrI CommUsion t 01111 nilvisid nilvisidtho nIvIstIth hI11Ii
Ii t I tho thl th Public Publc Printer IriltI of 01 itt I decision as a i follows followsSection tolow foIIovsi I II
i I Section 81ton i ol civil ci service enI rule 1110 XII XII N II Kovorn KovornItiK 11111 I Ii
i i ItiK In g removals reI1ul provlden nhl that no porson shall shallbo stxtllU hul I
11 U i bo l removed rr11 nt from frll rttit a i rnrniuititivi 1lrmllti curnit I l vi < position positionexcept ixsi ositon ositonI ti tic
c I except Jctpt for or Much slch cause Ulop UN is will wi promoto prolote the theefficiency th ttap J
p l i I efficiency of tho publin uhlin sorvkv rll Thn Th 1itmfsalon com commission ¬
mission does dOI1 not ot uonclder expulsion IJpllslon 1011 from froma fro I
f I a labor union Inlon tilt IOfl belnt b lnl tln th t lie > nction Iton tt ton of n body In Inno a at I ItO
t i i J f no tO way Wa ar connected onnftc1 with th piitillo lhlc sirvlci sirvlciand Ik IkI rvIi rvIiand <
I I and not having haili mv ng any 1 a ny pulilu plbl IlnriloyofS IIII fS to t o bo bosuch b bI
I r such 81eh n cause cal8 as a to tl prornotn the th elllclency llcfICY ol oltiio 01J of ofthe
t the public plhlo si 81I aprvico > rvlci > As A tlm thl t lie only oll otiI reason rll ra OI oII itiveii itiveiiby giveitby 111
I by you OU for the thp th removal renorll of Mr 11 Fuller FIIlr Is t that thathn thathI thatli
hn hI li was WIS na expelled expItd from tin Local 1ul Union tnlol No I 4 4Brotherhood 4I 4DrOthsrllifli
J I Brotherhood IrolhrII1 of Bookbinder lookhhlllr you 01 ar 11 tr trI ad advised 11 ¬
I I I vised that the th commission en 01118 rutttstl lun on cannot cu ntot nnnt recognize recognizehis rlcollim rlcollimI recogn I ie ief
f I his removal rerovalal1 relno val nnd a nil must mll rivimst rPIIIIlt ri Ilt5t that I hat he II b t ttO re renssliriud
I UIIIII nssliriud to duty dlO in his hi position positionMr oltol
y J f Mr Ir I r Millers llr complaint COIIlalnt coin plrtlnt had hal also been filed filedwith mdI mdt tilodwith
I with witl tho President lridnt muler Imlr whose w ho direction cllmtlonit
I it was WI btinir hlll heigi InvestlgntiMl Invest 11lgutt I taitoit by the th Secretary Secretaryof SetreCtirx
x t of Commeirn COlnwl Cciii naten and rl1 i ad Labor lalol La ijor tiinuiltanvously lmlnnolI lnttttt a neoItIy with withthe wlh wlhthe witht
t the Invctitiiration Ilnthmtol by h the th Civil Ii Scrvlun Com Commission 01 att attinfsittt ¬
mission Ilsslol As A a result of such Investiirutlon Investiirutlontho in vosti ttIo ttIot
t tho tl t he following folowhu letters Ilttm I ttcrs under 111111 dates dah of lulr 1 UI
13 and H 1 I 1 inol I 1Oi were 11 written writt riln fl by lr 3 tho President PresidentIltESIUENT Prc Iredd jdelt jdeltIJJMllfX1 nt ntI
I r IltESIUENT IJJMllfX1 onnuitM onnJl RKtNSTATEMBNT RKtNSTATEMBNTOYSTER mI nIlNsrA1EtiNrOY4TE8 TATE1ur TATE1urOVKnn
OYSTER HAV 1 July Jlly iiiiyty 13 13My 1
My Iv DEAR SECRITARY COHTKLYOU In Incordit
1E1 HECmTnV COITKIVOU 10 neI 10cordancn
I cordancn cordullo cordit nce with the letter Ictr of the Civil CivilService Civi Civilp
f p Service Commmslou COIII iou of July 0 the tl Public PublicPrinter Pullo PulloPrinter Publicr
r Printer will wi reinstate Mr Ir W V A Miller lier In II his hisposition hisJI IiLpoaltion
I JI position Meanwhile 11e llal anwhlie whie I will wi withhold witiihIdttnti my myfinal lY lYfnal
final fnal I decision dpllol of the tl tit whole Iioit case < t until Inli I havo havoreceived haef havoreceived
received the th of the invextliratloii
f rlcIt1 tl report 11tllol on onMillers on1llcrI ona
a Millers 1llcrI second SIIOlll sec nail communication CUlfllluton colninhan liat which wllch iv Ii kit you younotify rouI younotit
I k notify notty notit mo 1 has h ht > been LI hewm bllll today todn t IU July 13 13On 13t 13on
t On tho tacit of the thl papers Ilpert presented lrtllled Miller Millerwould MillerI llcr llcrl
l I would wOlld appear a to havo ha vo hoen hll removed relod in viola violation violif violation ¬
f tl It tion of law W There in I no objection to the
employees clplore of If f the thl th Government onrllcnt Printing lrintnl Ofllco Ofllcocon Orco Orcocon 0111ccconstittititig
con constittititig tittitiiiR tltutln themaelvis thIII into Ilto a union it they theyso thtyM
so desire h lre but no 10 rHiles rIJ or resolutions rl olullonH of that thatunion thntunion thatunion
union can cal he I ti permitted JermllII Permit toil to override oVlrrhll the laws lawsof lawl Ia wit witof
of the th Init tnit1 Ml States which it is I my 1 sworn swornduty twor swornditty
duty ruty to enforce enforcePlease InlorCI InlorCIPlpa enforcoP1eae
Please Plpa e communicate conulun nh a copy COP of the th letter letterfo lrUpr
fo the tl I lie Public Plhl iii 1111 Printer Priltlr for his hi h is information Intormaton nnd nndthnt 1111 1111thnl niatthat
that pI of his hlt subordinate lbOTUnll Very rI tnilyyoiirs tnilyyoiirsTilKODOHK trllroolr trilyyotritq1IEoIaItE
TilKODOHK 10101 IlOOSKVKLT IlOOSKVKLTOVSTKR HoosnLTOIKn1 ItoSEVELTrsTFnt
OVSTKR OIKn1 rsTFnt HAY IAY July JII M MMy 1 14Mv
My IY DKAR 1 MR Il CORTKLVOI COITIIUI In Inwith connection connectionwith eonnlctol
with wih my IlY letter Iltlr of f yesterday rtlrelay I rail 11 ali attention attentionto ntcnton ntcntonto
to the Ih Jiidcment Jwlrent arid award awarl by h the tw Anthracite AnthraciteCoal lthrelto lthreltoCOli nthracttoCon
Coal COli I Strike Hlrl1 14t ril Commission 0111101 att tiil1nii In their report 1Jort to tome tom tome
me m of March is I last lastIt Illt IlltIt bittIt
It is i ndjiidced nildld uU itilgod and Ild tutu awarded that no person personshall prlon prlonshal pertonshall
shall shal he refused rllted employment elploYIHnt or in any IlY way
discriminated rlrlmlnutld nuulrmt IlalnNt on account INuunt of Ofithip member membership n1rhlr n1rhlrhip ¬
ship hip or nonmembership nOIIlhlrshlp In any labor liitiorzittlon orcanl orcanlzatlon 011111 011111zatlon
zatlon and Ilft Hint Ihll there shall Hh1 bo 1 ii no 10 discrimi discrimination elIrlll elIrlllnRlol dl4erirnIflat ¬
nation nRlol flat ion against IitLt t or 01 interference ilfrfrlI with nay nnyemployee OiY OiYrllloy nayenploye
employee rllloy who w ho Is II not lot a member 1IlhH of any nn labor labororganization llhor llhororlanlzal labororganization
organization orlanlzal tion tionI ton tonI ion by members mpmlers of such ulh organiza organization olrnlz olrnlzton itrgnizttlon ¬
I heartily hrty approve Ipprove of this thl award and In1 Jude jnilKment jltl Judement
ment m nl by h the commission cOIIIllon appointed 1Jolnte1 by me mewhich II atewhich
which Itself 1lr included n member Iprlmr of If n labor laborunion lahorunion laborunion
union This hlR commission cOlmlsHinn was clealinc c lnl with withlabor wih wihlahor withS
S labor organizations ornnlzntoll working workinl for private privateemployers lrlatl tirivatoemployers
employers H I Is I of course cour mere elementary elementarydecency ellentary ellentarydrefny eletitentarydecency
decency to require rfulre that all ni the Government Governmentdepartments Oo Goveritittetitdepartments rllllt rlllltrlplrtmpntA
departments rlplrtmpntA shall Rhll be handled hlndlld In accordance accordancewith necordanwith aceordarteewith
with the thl principles prlnlpllR thus thul clearly and anr fear fearlessly flnr flnrleNlvnuneahc fearleMly ¬
lessly leNlvnuneahc enunciated enunciatedPleosn enunciatedP1eae
Pleosn PI 1 furnish furlh a copy OP of this letter JeUIr both botl to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Palmer and Inr to the thl Civil rlvl Service Slrvlct Com Commission Commision Cornmission ¬
mission mision for their uidnnoe uldlel Sincerely yonr yonrTllEODOBK yoUrKlEODom ynitra1IIE0001IE
TllEODOBK lEODom ItOOSEVElT ItOOSEVElTNotice non RoosEEIINotice fnT fnTNotce
Notice Notce has hlq been bn nont siti 1t to Mr Ir Miller ller that thathe thathe thathe
he has been bn reinstated fflnOtatet and II may report reportfor reportfor reportfor
for duty any day dayI day220M
33000 MEN FID FIl HOIIK HOIIKItest JOl JOlnrst IIOh1IRest
I
Rest of the 3BOO 3 OOO < I Who Wlo Have Made Uule Peace Peacemill Ic Iciltt
I mill iltt 11 Builder 1lden Must Ulll liist Walt aIt a aAbout While WhileAbout 1111
I About Aolt 22000 2O men engaged In a dozen dozln of ofth otI oftito
I th tll tito building buiding trades went to work yesterday yesterdayunder yestJrday yesterdayuniter
I under Ilder the arbitration ar ltrton agreement of the theEmployers theEmployer titoEmployers
Employers Association AI ocatlon Matters Iaterl were not notin notin
I in such suc auc shape Ihapo that tho entire entre 35000 350 included includedin
r l in tho agreement could cOlh begin but by to tomorrow tot ¬
t morrow morow or Thursday it is expected tho thoremainder thoremainder thut
t remainder will 11 find fnd work as I will wi also wOo morn members mnberl mornI ¬
I here berl of one or two other unions which are arein 110 110in aret
t in favor of t f accepting aeeptng tho agreement agreementTho agreenlnt agreenlntho
J 1 The ho plasterers and plasterers pllterels laborers laborerswero JahorerRWlro hahorerawero
wero among amolg lliotxi tho o who returned to work workyesterday workYl61011IY workyeaterhay
yesterday Mont IOit of them went back to totheir toi totheir
i their old places plaet In tho othor tradua tradol at atleast lt ltItll atlewtt
least Itll onehalf of tho men got tholr old oldjobs oldjOtlit
i jobs hack backTho hackl
1 Tho l ho bOlrd board of governors Ilverorl of the employers employersassociation employersl ernployer2aSOCiatiOfl
association l ociatnn had u 1 long lonl meeting meetng but did didnot dIdnot didnot
not think thllk it expodiunt at present to fix fx a atime ILtmn atime
time tmn limit lmit for the general gnner rresent resumption rlsumpton of ofwork ofwnrk ofwork
work It J was WIR announced alnounId after attel tho meet meeting metIng meetlag ¬
ing that the thl Hoisting HolHtllg Engineers nglnelrM Associa Association ARocit0n ¬
4 tion t0n had voted to sign lln thu plan of arbitra arbitration arhltrl arbitration ¬
tion but tho signing 1III11g has been deferred deferreduntil dflf1 dtti rritci
I 1 until tint it an official nf ll of tlm tl t ho union unlol it tilci a who is II out Olt of oftown ofi oftown
i town returns rtlrnH Ho 10 is II expected xptJlecl hero to tomorrow 10morrow tot ¬
t morrow morrowThe morrow1ht morrowI
I The 1ht action of th thO the union Inion is important importantbecause iniportant4e I
4e H t I because 101110 ecause thn hn hoisting hOIHtll engineers llnnrR like I ko flu thnhousesmiths Ihnhoulmlhl fluI
I housesmiths houlmlhl liii can oln uui a delay clOlllr tho work of other othertrades oth r
i II trades Tho h action of 0 the I ht lie engineers was washastened WOI
j hastened hatened by tho t ho fact that t hat employers erploytrl worn wornbeginning wtrobfglnnlnp
j beginning bfglnnlnp Ing to two gasolene paRolmo engines njlne for hoist hoistt
t Tho laborers lahorerH Protective Iltceto Society Soclty com composed om om1IMtll am ¬
I posed of moHoriw IIUUI laborers blhol which mad a
1 demand dnmald < l In May Iay for an al advance Idanct in wages wlgeR
I from 35 to 37 t7 cents contl an hour houl to go Into effect effecton teton effecton
on July 1 began Igal to t o order strikes ttrlml itt rilcuet In about abouta ahllt ahlltn I I
a dozen dozm buildings hlldhllH for the enforcement nnrorc mmt of ofthe ottho
the demand dpmand yeMmlay morning Tho Thostrikes Thoslrlct Thuatriltes
strikes slrlct wero abortive Ihlrtve because hecmu hardly any anymasons anymaM anyrnasoflslIlorurH
masons maM rnasoflslIlorurH laborers JalorrH were working worl it
Tho Board of Building 11111n < Trades ll ra el further I
decreased decrlllt ita membership by byexpelng byexpelllng expelling two twomorn twomore I Impm
morn unions unlonthn flirt BrotherhQOa BrthorhQod of Car Carpenters Carpenteranml Careenteraanul ¬
penters penteranml enteraanul and tho Plasterers Plnstefrs laborers raborer Union Unionfor Unionfor Unionbr
for br signing Illnlng tho arbitration arhitraton agreement agreementTho alrCment
110 Tho I ho former union sent t nl In its 11 resignation resignationbut rtRlgnatol
but was expelled oJplt 1 nllthoKune al alt the same Up A meeting meetingof meln melnof
of the t u delegates dellllteB ot impelled lx ixp led iled unions wnq vat vathu1ti
wnl
held hPld later to consider lnlldlr whether whlthfr or not to toform Inform it itform
form form a new board1 composed of skilled skilledtrades Ik tklliedtradoit i 1 I ItrldlH
nw crpstd
trades trldlH The h general senItnent nllrmt appeared appearedto appald appaldto
to ho thatlnasmuch that lnlrlch as under lldr the arbitration arbitrationagreement nrbltrlton nrbltrltonnlrtpmpnt arbitrationagru
agreement nlrtpmpnt agru ermiont hero can ho no 10 sympathetic sympatheticstrikes lympathtto lympathttottrillR syrnpahhletltstrikes
strikes ttrillR a t board hlli of delegates dtlItP was wal unnec unnecessary unncIRRIy unnecessltIy ¬
essary IRRIy No action leton wo WM va taken takenOT tlLkel tlLkelwn takenvoi
wn OT CIILTV W 1 nT1 I IS I OF KTOHTIO KTOHTIOInrkw 1TmW10ork I ° TflTIO TflTIOParks
Parks nml nnl tutu Ills IR Fellow Itlow nrlrRalr Utlralrs cii Ilrail IlrailCant 10lrac IIeail1tnI
Cant II1 Inopcet t lirauui rand Jury IJr Minutes MinutesI UIJtM UIJtMLiLI
I LiLI 141 < nbor hoe union men 1n from fr from all 11 id I parts plrtt vail it of town townwere townWIO I ow ii iiwero
were WIO inPart in in Part I 1 of GmUrll iitieral Sessions S ont yester yesterday ystcrduty lI lItny ¬
day tny whim wlim Walking Wnlul Val king Delegates lel ltl Sam lamlarlNIIII lamlarlNIIIITim Parksand ParksandTim Parks a ii u I Iliiti
Tim McCarthy ldlrth 1cti rt I u3 of 01 tlm tIl llouseMiiilhs 1ouml 1 lutisotitii I hM Union Unionnnd Uilon UilonI UiiiutiI
nnd I I nt ttui Richard Heutl lUelni ut Carvel t rvuI 1 of Ihe tl I itt Dirrickmeus DirrickmeusUnion Dllrclln 1errick macas macasI H Henlon
Union I utioii worn WII ti t arraigned Imulglll 11 to t 0 plead pillt to indict indictnienls indict11Ut mdi et etiitetit
nienls 11Ut l ii charging 1111ill them tll I lii tii with wit h extortion extortionExMttgistrute t extort 101 101Ex lOut lOutExMagistiute
ExMttgistrute Ex Jalitlto Brnnn Hrln and alli Uiwyer Alex Alexander Aixnttuht ¬ I InndI
ander KustiH EUtt Etist it is appeared Ippluf1 for fnl Parks llrkt and andMcCarthy In1 In1ldluthr ii at I Itheait
McCarthy theait by and Ill ii nil Uiwyer Fitzgerald 1izgcrld Fit zgernld for fO cur CarMotions CurIufl
11 Motions lnlOlt Iufl Ions for fl tho t I to dismissal dltllt al I of tho tht I lie indict indictments Indictmtlt IndictTneIlti4 ¬
ments mtlt were wrt denied d1111 by Judge JutKe McMahon McMahonand Meu1altona t01uhon t01uhonIld
and Ild a nil through t their I eouneel coul Parks Parlll and andMcCarthy ant aiuiilcCart1iy
McCarthy lcCalthy I tlln lien pleaded not 10t c guilty guity g ulity with withleave ivit ii iiictivo
leave 1110 to withdraw wlthdlw the tht pleas pleal on 01 or before beforeJuly beforeJmtiy eforuJulr
July 24 2 Carvel Clrel pleaded pllall t not guilty gui ulty Ity with withthe wit h htw ItI
the tw I itti privilege prilCgtl of withdrawing wlthdlwlng that pica plcl on onJuly onJulvn onJuly
July Julvn Julvnach 27 27Kach 27FlthI
Kach ach of Ihe lawyers JlwvCrt in turn tur tuttle lu e mo motions 10 taotiotit ¬
tions tIJ to to inspect hlilltc til the tlit minutes of the drand drandJury irattilJ rnd rndJIV
Jury JIV J t try which whith wI tichi indicted inditd indict oil the I tie men mt nnd am th tllto tlltomn t ltto lttommIutiorau o omotions
motions mn onl were wtrt denied tenilll The ho bull bui in ln each lIJh case casewas 110 110wu cttuuwas
was wu continued continuedKKIUHHi cOltinued cOltinuedKIImW contitiuuiIiPILD
KKIUHHi IiPILD STItlKK S Ill IItIKI IIHOKK IIHOKKFrrt 1UIJ 1UIJ1rlIKII IEIWKEIrrigIiI
Frrt 1rlIKII IrrigIiI lil Ihllveml UtlHrc by h the tlr Chitnun hlago Com Company CciiiitI ¬
pany 1131 itI fly nilhout IIUlt ii bout Op Olllllion OlllllionllWO tppuli > ollli loll lollIIICAlO > ii iiCillCAdo
CillCAdo llWO IIICAlO July Jtti Jlly 20The 2tTho strike trlk is il practi practically practiIalv practil ¬
cally Ialv l l broken hrokel luiti ken said a representative rpretntI rUprSulttflt iVui o of the theKfliogg the1lo t hue hueK
Kfliogg 1lo K lI ugg g Switchboard Hltthholll Switeitl iou ol Compary olplrr ariupa ry today after aftertlie nrwrti aftert
tlie ti t I concern onln had I scored tleorm heavily bout vily in the t lie strug struggle ittruggit ¬
gle against II 1 gal 11 1st the 1 I ii unions which have Ixen mall making mallillg tankhug ¬
hug war upon itt ui the th factory During Iurizm the themorning thelIIorlllll thetat
morning lIIorlllll tat rt I itg the t I uu company y delivered dti veruwI another anotherload anothtrImd anotiterLund
load of freight to 0 tho Belt Line Warehouse Warehousewithout Vardhousovi > o owhhout
without vi luuuult opposition An application tipj > llentioit for an aninjunction IInIlIjulIlt tinliij
injunction liij ititut kiit un charging chnr lrlj conspiracy enusp coil siuii riley against a alrltlt the theleaders tlu1lIdIH titeii
leaders ii of the t lii locinsten 11 I IIIterli involved in listweeks list lalltwNk lastvuk4
weeks wNk rioting was WIIIIilIt filed in Judge Holdoms Holdomscourt UoidolUllUurt Iluilttoiiiittitilt
court and a t temporary restraining rest rainiiig order orderwas oldelWII orderwa4
was WII > issued issuedWomen iuedWOlllell I4S11tuiVoiiiou
Women took a hand in a small riot which whichattended whichitt 1 1allllIdetl
attended itt 011101 the 1 lt departure of two wugons wugonsfrom WII witgonsfront OUII OUIIIrolll
from tilt Kellogg 1lIoKgllnnt plant under a police escort escortlliis etICllrtIhil eacurtI
lliis I tilt afternoon Two wo women wa titemu were arrested urroutedone
one for throwing t un ivitg a half brick at the private privatedetectives pllvatudIctl privatedetectives
detectives who accompanied the Kellogg Kelloggtruck KllolgIrulk Kelloggtrttk
truck the other for attacking Ueut Bow BowAXMHHISTS l3tnvIe ow
11 Ie wilh vit It an ulll iimtbieIla iimtbieIlatiIJUlI1SIS rla rlalIrelllS
AXMHHISTS lIrelllS l Iv LMHUt iMOXH iMOXHChirr 1WYShhr f XIX XIXtIiIcr
Chirr hhr of 1nllee ONeill U tlII of Chleoso hle o SttS SttSThey S STiley SaitThey
They Are tri rt DuphiK the l ilmrlne Iattoriiu Men MenClIlCAiio UenCIIICtuO Icn IcnIIICWO
ClIlCAiio IIICWO July Jul 20 oAlcordlnjC According to Chief Chiefof Chiefof hll1 hll1of
of Poliw Poli Francis ONeil I II instead of lying lyingin
in wait uit for kings klnlIlIwl and president the modern modernAnarchists modernAItIUIhirot macdenttmiamelists
Anarchists join labor unions at the sumo sumotimo IuntilM ittmiiotIn
tIn preserving their inner circles Ac According Acconuiittg c cconlin ¬
cording conlin to t tho t It chiefs information they theypreach theypralh theyproaclt
preach the doctrine of discontent and direct directevery directevery lr ct ctry
every ry effort corfistintly eOIl ittntly to the sumo end endwliilo endIuit i iwhll
wliilo Iuit th great mass uf labor organized organizednnd 1 i iawl
awl unorgunivil utlorga rtiiu I remains in ignorance ignorancejf I
jf 1 tho true stat of affairs affairsThe atTainsIIi I
The Th chief Mild today todayAnarchists tJ todayAnarchistit II IIAnarllIl1t
Anarchists and certain labor la or leaders leadersare
are mergiiiK tin irinUrehts ir intrt and aitiLS There Thereare JheftJIll
are Ill itt to lx > no explosion no shootings Ijhllotln s They Theyaro fhlYall 1heyare
all working orldnlt toward I anla a universal strike and andcertain aUlIclrtnln anticertain
certain labor leaders have already iweu iweuthoroughly eeti eetithuroIlgIily Im Im1tlol
thoroughly 1tlol hly infected with the most radical radicalTwo rodicaluhl1 radicaltlt15
uhl1
Two Strikes In Newbursh NewburshNEWIIUHOH NewbtirgliNmzwnijaallJuly2OThero eburlIullolIJulyOfhero
NEWIIUHOH ullolIJulyOfhero July 20 There are two strikes strikesunder strlkeliulldr strikeutunder
under way hero one at tho Harrison HarniitonGore 4 4Gore JGOIO
Gore Silk Companys mill and an tho other at atHoldunn atHoltlelll atHtltieifd
Holdunn Little Full Paper Companys Companysplant CompanysJlant CotnpanysDuring
plant Jlant During the heated term term three men menleft menelt menleft
left left the th silk mill without iwrmission perrr < slon and andwere an anwt andwore
were wt > ro discharged A refusal to reinstate reinstatethem re reinstatetheft IstattJ IstattJthem
them cauwd cau d that strike At the paper papermill Iapurmill papurmulti
mill over half of the employees went on onstrike onstrlko onSt
strike St niko this morning for a holiday each eachweek ellehweek eachweek
week The proprietors of both I oth mills rufuw rufuwto rutfututo
to give in and are running short handed
liny Close Crescent Yard nrtla Today TnnlayELUAUETH Tocla ToclalLIZAUETU TodayEIJZAUETII
ELUAUETH N J July 20The 20 The Crescent Crescentshipyards CreclntIIhipardll Crescentsltitytirds
shipyards wore open today and ns yet yetno yetno yetno
no trouble has occurred A committee committeefrom cotnahittecfrom omnlitlcofrom
from from the strikers waited on Receiver ReIf er Smith Smithof
of tho United States Shipbuilding Com Companv ClIUpam Cciiiparts
pam nnd II lid unless unl N they th can get ome con concession conceslon COIlcesitIon ¬
cession ceslon they say the entire ont lie yard nrd will bo called calledout calledOllt calloIout
out tomorrow morning The yard usually usuallyemploys uuall uuallemploys itsuahltfllkyS
employs 850 men About Ahoul50 250 tire nt work workWIFE worknow wor wornow
now
WIFE Jr HEATER JII tTlm IN V JAIL JAILThe JlnThe J1IILrhie
The Jinn nn Who lio Was Tarred and Feathered FeatheredSentenced IcathereclSllIhlIrtl Veatliereulenteneed
Sentenced to IOU Days for Drunkenness DrunkennessITHACA ItrunkcnllcssITHACA IrunkennessIThACA
ITHACA July 20 OTlwodoff Theodore Underwood Underwoodtho
tho wifebcaler of Pcruville near this thiscity thllicity thiscity
city who vas tarred and feathered last lastweek laatweek lastweek
week by his neighbors who were terribly terriblyaroused trrihlynroullecl ternlllyaroused
aroused because nUR Underwood beat hill wife wifeand wlfonnll wifearid
and arid children and drove his wife from home homedid homedid hioniethu
did thu not profit by hit wivero lemon Today Todayhe
he received further punishment when whenRecorder whenHecorder whenRecorder
Recorder Willard M 11 Kent sentenced him himto himto himto
to 100 tOt days in the Tompkins county jail jailWh jniJWhn jailVhiii
Wh Whn u his hi neighbors treajed him to a coat of oftar oftnr if iftar
tar and ama I feather feat hIII they made him promise promiseto pruml 1 1to
to be lii good or severer penalties would wouldfollow wuulelfollow wouldfollow
follow Underwood wild that be would woulddrink woulclrink voulddritik
drink no more But lost night he came to toIthticn toIlhllCa toI
Ithticn I I haa nnd a 111 immediately proceeded to totank totnllk totank
tank up n This morning ho hi was still on onthe on11m onthu
the Mreetrt Irtt nnd was taken to the lockup lockupby lockuphy
by t n policeman licci nan who VluI did not then know knowhis knowhiR knowItis
his Identity When he Iii was brought hroughlllfforo hroughlllfforotll l luu foro forothe furothiu
the tll Recorder the evidences ftS iuiuItuNa4 of his experi experience Ixrlflwn experlIt1f ¬
ence It1f were plainly evident the th tar ntill ntillclinging it 1111 1111clinghll iii iiicli
clinging cli nglmug to I i his neck and mu nil hair Under Underwoods UIIIIrwnoilR tint ten tenwuanls ¬
woods wife refused to t o COllin o nuui to t I see him himalthough hllllalthollgh Itittialthough
although she was in the t he city cityCOVLHST cHyCOL itp itpCOULI
COVLHST COL COULI UI i IDEXTIFY 11m IT HIMSELF HIMSELFA 11111 S1 I1 I1A
A Man Supposed SIIIIIJII tll to He H II Goldimllh GoldimllhFound GolulqrnlthFoiintl ulIl mlth mlthIollnll
Found Waiiilerlne a ncltrl II I About hullt Maenra FnlU FnlUNIAGARA InIliuNxtOABA 111M 111MNIAGARA
NIAGARA FALS N V July 20A 21 I A young youngman YOllngmnn yuumrigman
man who judging jlld hl from from papers in din dinpocket hiMpllcket hispocket
pocket isBertlioM ill Brthol1 H Joldsmith of 111 111East 131Bat 111East
East Sixtyflrct Htrcel New pw York orl WIIH WIIHfound WIIHfouml wutfotimat
found wandering wri adoring nlmlofly at at lesly bout a thu thustreets thotltreltR I hit hitstreets
streets here Ho hnd little lilt lit t It Ic money in hH hHpocket hiMp0111I1 hi is ispneluf
pocket t nnd tutu appeared apptnr a pi awl roil < 1 to t o huvo noknowleduB noknowleduBof no 1010Wcio 1010Wcioof it how lu Igo
of 0 f where he h I it ramo tunulrolll it nu from or wherohe wi 1111111 toni I ii wns in ii go going goI 0 0illg ¬
ing I uig Ho I fo wns ia it hungry hit ngry but Ic i t did il h I not know knowwhen IlIIn IlIInwlloll 11101WitcH
when ho h had last In t eaten Hn is believwl believwlto
to be si nn umbrella drummer II is pos posHiblo o oIhlu
Hiblo that t ita 1 ho 1 a is II virtim victi nt of kniKkoiil It drops dropsor
or some drug clrll Tho Ih police are wring for forhim forItirli or orhim
him himTWO himlln ItirliIIIO
TWO MK iII I FltOM UI IIAVEIltiTltW IIAVEIltiTltWOne
One liii Who lin Says Sa ait lies the Iostmaster I sfiiatir Takes TakesFrleml Jalt JaltIrhml JaIeilrlemui
Frleml to t 0 Aleoholle Wunl WunlW l ° arui aruiI I
G I W V Burr who says IIII 1m is I the postmaster postmasterof
of Haverstrnw N Y escorted e corU his friend friendJames frifndJlllnlli friendJames
James B Carloy of tho lie same town to llio llioalcoholic tlwtkowlir t hut hutII
alcoholic II luuiiit > lio ward Wa nil at Bollovuo Ilellevi in List laHllli ha st night < hl They Theygnvo iiie iiiegit
gnvo git ye their Ihl t lid r addresses uddr rtssus HtllIlI as ii K the t hi Imperial IrnJ1rinlllotp IrnJ1rinlllotpzoo I I Hotel I lot I1IPf u
zoo Piirk lui rk row After A fttr Koltig 11111 ag his Irllllti I riiiit I put putto puttn putI
to I I bed I iuil Burr lii I I r staffed sf8 ii 01 linck I for tho t I to Bowery BowervTht floweuyhhe
Tho register rlgi tr at ii t the I liii Inifjeriiil I I niiows 1101 that thatCnrley I ha I IIi
Cnrley Ii rloy and ii iii I Burr Hit rr have ha ye been Maying Inill t ay ag HHIO HHIOfor I liu a afor
for 01 two hio weeks wutksjr
11011 jr 10 in IIIVI DVT WORK WORKIIIIIK 110mIom Ii IiIAPII
IAPII IIIIIK Islander 1 Keeps Iee trll Ills III llursi and irnhs irnhstine rnh rnhUn rahttuii
tine Un of Ills III AssilluitTwo Assilluit 1111111111Two tuuitailiiilsrIlut
Two men held up its Edward Klin a Long LoriRIslander IOIl Longlslniu
Islander lslniu her at Thirtyfourth iIi lit y fuuui rt It street it root and Third Thirdiivetmo Flu rd rdiLvetnin
iivetmo about U I I oclock ClCk bout night un and Itnlttrl11 andtrita < l ltried
tried I to I o steal stun I Ills pockotbook book containing cmii nhiing SH SHwa 3
11 Kiout grnhhld 01111 ott or the mon who Raid hll hllWlJoI hewits
wa wits Villlnm McCrnth of 2fi West Eighteenth Eighteenthstrwit Ffhtrenth141nt EighteenthCl
strwit Cl root Ho I In was wJIIlne locked < j up In tho East Thirty
fifth flfUlItnout lift ii street station The other man racapqd
NOTA NOT OT A DIAMOND DIAMONDONDR ON DREIBLATT DRIBLATTCISTOlIS DREIBLATTcfsrows IBLATT
1 1CIjTO4i
cfsrows tEX III N STIHP lit IMI Axn AxnSEAnrtl AISEtRCll itVflSEARCh
SEARCh HIS CLOTHES CLOTHESPry
Pry Pr Into HI 1111 Talking Doll anti Ills IIi Babys BabysfioCarl nab UabycoCartIatl
fioCarl oCartlIaci Hail a Tip by Cable nhlfl From FromAntwerp Froliltntwerp rom romAntwerp
Antwerp That Ho Wan 11 H Itlaninnill Itlaninnillferoiis DlamondlfrrollWaH flianiondiferousWait
feroiis frrollWaH Was n First Irst Cabin Passenger PassengerOn raMenerOn
On or about the day tho Red Star liner linerVaderland IInprYlderland linerVuuierland
Vaderland which got in yesterday willivl willivlfrom fI saileuifrom 1I111 1I111from
from Antwerp th the United States Treasury TreasuryDepartment ffIMllr rreaemirylopartinent
Department received recelveclJUlvlct1I advices from tho thoDutch thoOut tImDutch
Dutch Out Jh < diamond centre that It would woultlwell bw bwwell hewell
well to look out for a aflmt first cabin ea ealilnpaititcflgvr ealilnpaititcflgvrwhit hln pn8enKir pn8enKirwho llAA8ell lr
who whlllalltli nailed under the th name M Dreihlutt Dreihluttand Drllhlattand Drelhlattand
and was supposed I Ulllloll to boa New York jowolUr jowolUrloaded jowell jowuulhrloaded I
loaded with diamonds Accordingly four fourHpocliil fouruqweial
Hpocliil Treasury agents s and a upecially de detailod IIItnilld dotailed
tailed customs officer were waiting for forMF forMf
MF Prelhlatt Drel hiatt when the Vnderland docked dockedhere dock dockedhere Ill Illh10
here yesterday yesterdayFor yellt lday ldayFor
For a man travelling tm Illillg first elites cla I4 Mr Droi Droiblutt T ml mlhillt rolhiatt
blutt thud had an unusual Collection of luggage luggageThere lugllgefhlre luggagerhere
There were no trunks but he had a good goortsizeil goodIzed goodsizeul
sizeil valise that had hadlltn seen Horvico two paste panteboard pastehoard
board boxed about three feet long and a afoot afoot afoot
foot wldo wide1 and two bulky parcels done up upIn upin
In brown paper Mr Prelblatt his valise vallsoand valiseand valiseanti
and his bund bundlttl leu were recognized nt the theriver therler timriver
river end of the lie pier foot of otIultonstroot Fulton FultonetreetItii street streetand
and the customs officer proceeded to over overhaul overbaul overhaul ¬
haul the luggage luggageTho lu luggageliue gage gageIhe
Tho valise was tackled first Tho first firstarticle firstartlcll firstarticle
article to lx > examined was a pair of old oldtrousers oldtroUlPrll oldtrousers
trousers Every pocket was gone through throughand throughIlnd throughiLfldi
and then one of tho Treasury agents felt feltof teltor feltof
of the lii hems No diamonds diamondsTwo diamondsFWI
Two FWI small balls that looked an if they theywere thoywert theywere
were made of leather shoestrings were werefound werefound ero erotound
found in tho bottom of the satchel and andthcso andthe8t andthcsti
thcso were dissected The ritu strings were werounwound wroun wereunwounul
unwound un WOI1lI1 I anti two tiny leather purees pureesdropped J1urtl1t1dropped pursesdroppeti
dropped on the pier pi r The purses wore beau beautifully houtlfully beautlfully ¬
tlfully mode nJltl and tho Treasury agents ex expected cxpcted x xpeeled ¬
peeled to find nothing less than oldrnlno oldrninodiamonds oldrnlnodiumondll oldrnlnodiiifloniit
diamonds Inside I But there was never a adiamond adiamond aIiaInolti
diamond diamondMay diamondllyho IiaInoltiMay10
May llyho bo you have some more luck next nexttime nexttill1t nextI
time I iiiiu remarked Dreiblatt who hud IKMI IKMIwatching IIIwatching ieui1 ieui1watching
watching tho proceedings without having havingsaid IULvingHald havingsaid
said a word up to that timeTwo time tlmoTwo lineTwo
Two combination pocketbooks each with withfive withfive
five folds fol tl were unfolded and carefully carefullyexamined carefullyxantlnetl
examined lUsult No diamonds Finally Finallyu
a pair of old red n tI drawers drawt rM wero unrolled unrolledand ullrllllednnd unrolledand
and In the lie legs hK of these were found four fourlaco fourla6 fourlace
lace shoulder capes valued at about 50 50each 50t 50each
each t neh As tlieso had not been declared they theywere theywtre theyvere
were scheduled as tho first find findTho tilltlTho flintThe
Tho j pastelxard llt > o8telx lxJllrdlJoxes > ard boxes were next tackled tackledOne tackledOno tackledOne
One contained a big doll oll with blue eyes eyesand eYt1iamI
and golden hair that could cry mid IUI do doother ii iiother i iother
other patented stunts Tim other box boxcontained IlOxl boxcontained
contained l tin brunette sister IIl ttr to tho first firstdolly tlJ1tdolly firsticily
dolly The Treasury agents took all Boris Borisof tOrtKof sortsof
of liberties with tho dolls In tho expecta expectation lxptctalun expectatititi ¬
tion of making a great find But not a adiamond adiamond atitamnoiid
diamond was extracted from blond or orbrunette orbrunette orbrunette
brunette brunetteAll
All that was left wns Dreiblatt Drei latt his liisbeaver l hisbeaver s sIIflICr
beaver hat and the thu two paperwrapped paperwrappedluircels PIlptrwraplJCdIlIIlee paperwrappedjuancels
luircels > One of the parrels contained < a alittle IIit tilittle
little IlIIlee it III red wagon and amid tho other a little littlepiebald IiltlopiLald littlepiebald
piebald horso to go with it The horse hortwwas honowas horsewas
was shaken and turned upside down and andhis andhi andIth
his hi ears and tail wore examined for pre precious prtcioUS prodOlts ¬
cious stones When iiemt nothing was found foundDreiblatt fOWldDrei fowalDreiblatt
Dreiblatt Drei latt suggested Rug < letrod that if they smashed smashedthe 6ITU1Hhetlthe smashedthue
the toy tho agents might fuid a sealskin sealskincoat scnltlklncout sealsktncnt
coat or two or three jewelry shops in its itsmitint Itamidt itsmnidiut
mitint mitintThe midtfhe mnidiutTim
The Treasury agents who were getting gettingpretty gettingpretty i iprett
pretty well disgusted by this tlt1 time regarded regardedtho rtpard rtpardthe
the suggestion as trivial tr la1 But they did didbourico dillboullco didbounce
bounce a couple of big bl fancypaintedrubber fancypainted falloypalntcodrubbel fancypaintedrubber
rubber balls on the pier to see if any dia diamonds diamonds diniiioiils ¬
monds would rattle inside insideFinally 11IIldeFinall IniddeFinally
Finally Finall Dreiblatt alone remained They Theytook 11loytnol fltoytook
took him back aboard a onrd ship Then he was wasstripped WitSI4trippod wasstripped
stripped and every article of clothing clothingIncluding clothingInclu clothingiitcludlng
Including Inclu hl the top hat carefully examined examinedSomo examinedSomo examinedScone
Somo more of nothing was found to nll and tho thoman thoman thematu
man after he had paid duty dut on the lace lacecapee laceoa108 lacecapes
capes was allowed to go about his hi buslnena buslnenaBefore buelnetlS1Iroro husinteBefore
Before ho left the pier i > icr he said saidI
1 dont know something about allthlfl allthlflbusiness all this thisbuslnces thi thibusiness
business I am a Jeweller Yes but I Idont IdOllt Idont
dont Import Jewels in togs for my babies babiesI
I havo been abroad for several months monthsThese monhThtpo monthsriteso
These things except my clothes I bring bringhomo bringhomo bringIonic
homo for my grandchildren Those fellows fellowsmado tplIowamado fllowitmade
mado mo take off nil my clothes Do I Inot Inot Iriot
not get paid for that insult insultDreiblattn IllsultI ineimitDreiblntta
Dreiblattn I name is not in the city
directory dl rectory
Fatal Rtal Hotel Fire nt Nome NomeSKATTIE NomeffTTIE NomeItTTIE
SKATTIE ItTTIE Wash July 20 201ho Tho steamer steamerMeteor etellmerMeteor steamerMeteor
Meteor from from Nomo brings news of the thedestruction thedtHtruction tuelestruction
destruction of tho Golden Jltlo ato Hotel in inthat Inthat inthat
that city causing the death of Mr Ir and andMrs untilrl4 mmiiMrs
Mrs lrl4 H M 1 Hays and Sherman D Gregg GreggaJJ Grlggnil Gnggall
nil of Pittsburg I Pa rendering 200 people peoplehomeless Imoplehonmless > ople oplehomelHJif
homeless and causing the lie loss loti of 100000 100000It
It M 1 Rays was a director of the German GermanAmerican GermanAmerican erman ermanAmerican
American Savings Fund Company of Phil Philudelphla Phila Philudelphia
udelphla a elphla and anI I was visiting Nome with his hiswife hiliwlfJ hiswife
wife Tho fire wait wa caused by the Janitor Janitorlighting Janitorlighting Janitorlighting
lighting a too with oil oilIliirrtei 011Iow oilLow
Low Iliirrtei H Ileservolr Contractor ContractorMayor ContractorIuyor ContractorMayor
Mayor Low sent this letter yesterday e8terda to toJohn toJohn toJohn
John B McDonald McDonaldI
I beg to rail your attention to the ito fact factthat toclthat factthat
that In the ito reports which ur are received from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Armeduct Hound relating to the progress progressof
of work Ht the Jerome Park reservoir them themIs thprIs titeris
Is continuous mention of tho fact thnt the thefnrcn theforce I Iforlo
force employed on the work is not as large largenslt largenitit I IMil
Mil might l lot lotI tu tuI > e
I shall hllll hit obliged ohllll If you will report to me mntbc metho methe
the reason for this nt your earliest conven convenience convenlence onvPIIjpnt ¬
ience >
Mnxmentfi of Naval Vessels VesselsWASHINGTON 18 estcl estclVAS1IiGTo lls llsWMIIIINGTOS
WASHINGTON July 20 20Thn The miisor miisorItuleigh Crui ertiieorRaleigh r rl
Raleigh l tligh has arrived at Colombo > o Ceylon Ceylonthe Ceylonth
the th cruipor Newark flagship of Rear Ad Admirnl Admlml Adniiral
mirnl Surnner amid tho th cruiser Detroit at atlllo atHio atJim
lllo Jim do 10 Janeiro the lie training ship Prairie at atTonipkitiMllle litlompkln1Ilp atTonipkins1Ilo
TonipkitiMllle the gunboat unhOlt Wilt at North NorthKnst North18t NorthEast
East 18t Harbor Me 11 tho gunnery ship Peoria Peoriant
nt Boston 1Iotoll1I1111 unit tho ruining ship Mononga Monongahela Ionongllhcla lonongithela
hela at Newport NewportTho NewportlIe twportTho
Tho training t ship Yankee lUll < willed from fromHninpton fromHampton fromhampton
Hampton Hands for Frenchmans Bay
Mi 1 > tho training ship Hartford from New NewLondon N Nlondon Newlumilion
London for Frenchmans Bay the th hi destroyer destroyerHull dptroorHIlII destroyerliii
Hull liii I I from Ipngiio 1o 1011In gnu Island r lilt II 1 for Norfolk the thetraining ih ihtrllinhl t he hetill
training trllinhl till Inirig ship hil BuXnlo hIiiRa to from Hampton Hands Handsfor HOfIlJfor bruitfor
for Trinidad lri liii 1111 and 11 Iii I Bahiii ila hum the gunboat gi lIn1Jolit u nboiu t Con Concord 1 on oneorl JII JIIcord ¬
cord from Miirn Island for Dutnli Harbor HarborAliiHlfii HarhorlII hiarborlii
AliiHlfii lII lii slut IIII tind ii iii I the t Ii rollier roll iir Ilannlhnl I in oniha I from fromLnniherlV fromrnllJhlrl fromLa
LnniherlV La nihert s Point olaf for fSJr Frenchmans tiny linyapt Ilnraili
apt 8 Id Illlsliury IlIIsh1lr Chief 4 hief of SlnlT St alT ti I it > hear Ail Ailmlral tilummiral d dmlrlll
mlral Marker MarkerWAHiiiNnroN lIarkrrRIINOrOS BarkerSARIIINOroN
WAHiiiNnroN RIINOrOS Inly 20 20fnpt Cnpt apt John E EPillslmry EPil1bllr FPilisin
Pillslmry Pil1bllr i ry n member mlmlr mend nr of the I lie nnvnl lIa u in vii 11 I gonernl gonernlboard 11111111hllllfll gomiuralloarul
board hrH hra bien n wleclod for assignment assignmentus
us II chief hl < f of Htafflo stuff 10 I tear Admiral A S SAtlantic S1II1IIuI Siailiut
1II1IIuI ollllnlllllllrIIIblof of thn North NorlhAtJanli NorthAt
Atlantic At Ian I Ic fleet Tho Th duties di it its of this t it is office officehavo of1Jcnhll otilenha
havo hll ut IxMi I icetu ptrformiMl lerfu nuiiiui hireloforo ofomo by I my the thecommanding Ihnomrnltllllhll I lie lieuIiitiii
commanding uIiitiii miii lug officer u of the th I itt fleet tlI flagship fin gith ip
but tli inertiiKiil sixo of f the fleet and tho thogrowing I hn hntrnwln liegiowlng
growing importanen of If HH work require requirethe rouirulreI 111111
the 1 h iiKHlgnment of nn officer who vlIi can 1111 ell tievat < le levolo
volo vat 010 a his hi Ii is oritlro trOt liii lime I to t o stair ut a if sorviii InI with without withnllt lIlt Ii Iiuitt ¬
out brina htn hampered by the t h lit ilutiiH dlltl un of a acommandor aCOlllmlltlllI acomnmnttiirlr
commandor
Army rlJl nml Navy Orders OrdersWARiiiNdTON OrtlrrsWAIIIIINrrrON OrdersvAaiumnarnru
WARiiiNdTON July SOThese e army orders were werekmicd WIrtlslIIIIIIII 5crhiiiiti
kmicd tlslIIIIIIII tlslIIIIIIIIContrnrt l 618Y 618YContract ilay ilayContract
Contract Suricnm icoriti corg W v Dnywnlt from Fort FortSclinylcr Forttiuliruyler rl rlrll1lyler
Sclinylcr t 10 Flirt St SI 1litllp relieving nntrnrt nntrnrtSurifnn onlractSlIncoll oridrautSit
Surifnn Sit ryiitm FrrikrUk llnilrn I I all nfl onliTfU to di his hnnio hnniofor hIIOlor 11011 11011fur
for nnuiliniDt itf t nmtrart nmtrart1lrst rnulfllclFlr1 Clint ruled ruledii
1lrst ii rid llcut I iuti I Marry 1 Ia rr A t Kntnn nnd Second IJcut IJcutIrnnk IlelitFrnll IIeutIrnnk
Irnnk II I I Knlilr IIId Klxhlh Fig hi Ii Infantry InllJllr I n 11111 ry to n i I 11111 I avcn euvIIIw avcnwiirtli
wiirtli w iviri t f tar r IXHiiilnntloii ari ImliluiIIiuI 1 I for or promotion promotion1Mvns prinnotlonI
1Mvns I rt1u of II r I nlHiiu il Krantril III Ouutei II I snllrri rirsi ll rL Mctit 1cII t Ilobcrt IlobcrtS no br r I IS
S 4 ttvlnh Arllllirv t rllllr two I III moilhs nlli ill dipt p1 William IiIiani W WlIfrIH V VMarls vI
Marls I I ar Corps of EnslniiM Oil month monthTin1 mtlllfhlh 111111 Itt Ittlb
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Matlnn MatlnnLlfiil iiitttiuiifkiu
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mand the Ih Trnxtun TrnxtunKmlirn rrll rriItuuuEli1In 11I11 11I11Elulgn
Kmlirn S Vnuili 11 when illicharitcil rt from naval navalhiispllal naRIhllsIII11 navaliiitstII
hiispllal iiitstII iii Miuir 5I Inlt unfit tu Inline nml sick Ici Iravit 1 ICCI 4 onu onuItlOllltl IIIIU1II1I1I1h Ottitiiitiitt
ItlOllltl ItlOllltlSurifion 1II1I1I1hSlIr1I itiiitiittSiurIeon
Surifion i P KlnillrlnriciT In tho Imlcpcnilfnce ImlcpcnilfnceMart
Mart lnhiiKl lnhiiKlAmlsuint 111111MIMnnl IruluittilttitIuuflt
Amlsuint MIMnnl Surcron A I Htuart 1 l1l4rt two montlu stoic ilolIciivit stoic1uvui 101 101IIIVII
Iciivit irraiiltil irraiiltilAulslant Krnut grnuiiti1asIstiuit tt tthlfnt <
Aulslant asIstiuit hlfnt Civil CIlIlnltneer Knulnerr J V Rockwell to Navy
Yard llnstnn llnstnnIaymaaicrACIrTk 1I0SIOIlIfYI1lI Iloatoitlayitituicrt
IaymaaicrACIrTk IfYI1lI layitituicrt r Clint J 1 It E Eayappolnle4 ay y appointed July IT ITIWil 1711X
IWil 11X 1 Mr duty on III hoanl the Kssrx KssrxMidHhlniiinn 1 lisez3liiitulutpinati sJI sJI11lshll1nn
MidHhlniiinn 11lshll1nn M C t Iliiwan fri tram > m the Chicago Chl aro to touo tocii
uo 0 Hrrxililyn 11m 11111
GEN GtlANr GRANTSUSTAINED GRANTSUSTAINEDwill 8V8r rJSPttINED rJSPttINEDnlll AIMED AIMEDWill
Will Not He CnUril to o Account for IllsOrllrr Ills IllsOnltr lilaOrder
Order ntfltctlnir Rrnee lnlf on Ilrackettvllle Trxa TrxaWABHINQTON Tf TfWABIIINGTON TeutIVs1tINcnoN
WABHINQTON July July 20 20Tbo Tho War Depart Department DIparment Department ¬
ment baa decided not to do anything to toBrigOen torlgOrn toBrigClen
BrigOen F D I Grant commanding commandingthe
the Department of Texan for issuing n ngeneral 11gt ageneral
general gt > n rlll courtmartial order containing containingsevere containingIoCre containingsevere
severe strictures on conditions at Jirnckett Jirnckettville Hrllclutlvllle flraclcettville
ville in that State The order got into the thenewspaper thenpWlpIIpr thenewepapers
newspaper nnd Brackettvlllepeople rncklttvlllf plople asked askedthe askedthe askedthe
the President Presid ° nt and Secretary crltary of War to call callCen eall11n callion
ion Grant to account for its It I publication publicationIn
In answer to these complaints Gen Grant Grantsaid Grantfulet OraUtstilil
said that the order did not reflect on Brack Bracket BruckIltvlllo hiraekettvlile ¬
et Iltvlllo tvillo nfl a community but wus w ti intended intendedto iflteuli l lto
to reflect severely tvlJft < ly upon the dives near nearFort nearFort
I Fort Clark lurk and ho believed that tho decent decentpeople dtcenlPIollt decentpophl
people of Brackettvllle coincided with tim thoopinion Ihoopinion timopinion
opinion of these resorts expressed in the theorder thoor thurorder
order orderA or or orA
A complaint to the hue President Pr Prusldent lIldtnl against againstGen aglLlnllllen againstkim
Gen Grant was 118 referred to tho Judge Ad Advowito Adocilio AdVOCAtO
vowito General of tho Army who has just justrendered jUtltJt Jtitttnurtdtreui
rendered Jt ndtre1 an opinion that as no penal action actionwould actionwoulll actionwottlil
would lie for a publication affecting the thetown thotown thetown
town of Brackettvllle the law provides providesno
no military remedy as Gen Grant was wa the tlmlegal tholegul thelegal
legal authorityand his action under the the109th tho1000t1 the109th
109th ArtIcle of War final and Is not sub subject Bubjlet subJect ¬
ject to review by superior military au authority authority fluthority ¬
thority thorityThis thorityThis thorityrwa
This ends the matter so far as tho War WatDepartment WarDeparlment WarDepartment
Department is concerned concernedEaLKVTKn conrnedEl1I concernedVEflLECTll
EaLKVTKn El1I JTIW HIS STUDIES STUDIESPresident tiTlIJlJoSlI8ldellt STUIIESlrcItieuit
President Allows Ueiit Lieitllakrr linker Kentriwn Kentriwnto Scat tutirtul tutirtulto
to IHiinlssal to Remain III tile Ktrtlrc KtrtlrcWASHINGTON SerteeVAsunciToN rrdleWASIUSGTON
WASHINGTON July 20 OIn In the case o oFirm Clf Clfolrt ofFirst
Firm Lieut Ixjonard T Baker of the First FirstInfantry FlrtltInfantry Firstlutfantry
Infantry convicted con vlcted of neglecting his studies studiesat
at tho Military Service School at Fort FortLeavonworth FortLcaollorth FortLeavenworth
Leavonworth and sentenced to dismissal dismissaltho
tho President Pret > ldenl has commuted tho sentenco sentencoto
to to reduction to the foot of the list of First FirstLieutenants FiratLJetltenant FirstLleiitenanttt
Lieutenants amounting to a loss lOll of thirty thirtyfive thlrtyfive thirtyfive
five files and forfeiture of 50 pay a month monthfor monthfOl monthfor
for fifteen mouths the fine in the aggre aggregate nggregllte aggregate ¬
gate amount ruuountlnp lag to 5750 5750S 750 750Secretary 750Secretary
Secretary S crltary Hoot In mm a general order to the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army announcing tho Presidents > action actionsaid uctinnlIIilt mellonsaid
said saidIn lIIiltIn saidIn
In publishing to the lii army arm the th action taken tnkenIn
In tlilrf thl cute lI tlm tI it Secretary lrltllI i clf > f Vnr wishes wishesto wlrih I Ito
to cull uU the attention of officers to tlm tl lit Im Importance ImIlOrtllllltJ itoluortitluca ¬
portance of conforming heir t action utet ton to the theriuiulriiMiiila tIerllllIlflUlt I lie liereqtulrttiteitts
riuiulriiMiiila rllllIlflUlt lIt of the lie UefmrtnuMit In respect reupoctto
to military Itlucuttori ItlucuttoriIt
It is 1IIIot not the th IcHlitn of tlm Viir ar Department Departmentto
to give lv the study ritudyof of theory thtor procedence > over overliruutlnal overllruetitnl overirutctlal
liruutlnal nfttelunuy nleillw hut It ID 1 it 1 the p unrposi irpost of ofthaU orthe ofthe
thaU the UllIIrtmlnt Ujnur > urtni mitedtt nt that t tln Ih < otllcers or tlm army armyshall arlllYshull itrnuyshall
shall ctudy ritlld tluir profession lrllft8t < loli diligently and andthey IInelther iundtitury
they will uo lip rtMiiilriil ruu itutreil to do ill so A fulluro in inthis IIIthl ittlilt
thl this respect will 11 hi h he > rtKHrdHil and treated trtra ted as asu 1111U tuotlu
u nciflct nllfl et of duty Every officer Is under underthe IIlIdtrthe tailorthe
the liitclifsl moral obllimtlon to Ills hl l country countryto lIlmtlto
to render r lIdel hlmwll an elllolent an nfllcer us usposulble UIIIClllri11J11
posulble 11151 hIs and to I o prfstrve 11 rve himself lii niseif from roar the them tI tImutul t It Itunciutiul
m mutul < ntnl moral uiuora I and uliyslcal I1h llul I ilieetiirallon ilieetiirallonwliioh dIIIIIrlltlllllwhiuh u igeuurittioutwiulcim
wliioh Inevitably results from lillcnens lillcnensAlthoiiKh hlltIII hlltIIIlIhIllIlCh kiltuueeuA
AlthoiiKh A It ti0itgi our 0 or HvMmn 111 of promotion lirurmot Ion by byseniority hyfniorlty lyseniority
seniority relieve Dftlrer from tlmiieivsalty tlmiieivsaltyof th IIPeRIt IIPeRItIf
of i oiiipitlMtf fur promotion liroutmot ion which rests rttllllpOIl rttllllpOIlth upon upontlm mitoumuIi
tlm th Ii miinbiTB of othir oth r professlorif prur lon they are arenot arenot areitot
not freed from tin1 th dittynf unnfiiilttlnuelTort unnfiiilttlnuelTortand IInfllIllItIlILllnort IInfllIllItIlILllnortnnd I
and a nil a i ricoifnltlon rcconlt I art of llItlvat thnt t lut I duty IllIt ti lily will vi II be Ii their theirtitle thplrtill r rtit
title till tit Ir to favorablecotiKliliratlon torublfJ cIIIIltIrution by their KU KUpiTlor Kutori
piTlor tori or ofTlo olTlr rs whenever opportunities It for fordistinction fordltinrtloll fortiitiflrtiolt
distinction are possible or cpeiial uilvunce uilvuncement utlunlclIIelIt utlvuncetielit
ment Is to by awiinleil awiinleilLieut awurdlllIIut awttruledLititt
Lieut Bilker served In time First Texas TexasInfantry lcxnIlIfnntn FexnruInfantrs
Infantry in the war with Spain 811nill and In in tho thoThirtyfifth thoThirtyfirth theThirtyfifth
Thirtyfifth Volunteer r Infantry In alltry in in the thePhilippines th thPhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines war nnd also saw till service t CnY as aRun aRun1lIlbt an anenlUtid anenlisted
enlisted 1lIlbt man of the Regular army In 18ftu 18ftuHe 1801lIe 1810lie
lIe received a commission comt1ll lolI in the Regular Regulararmy IVgulararmy Regulararmy
army in 1001 1001ATIREIIATE 10011IIREIIUf 2001tTIREIL4TEIAJI
ATIREIIATE tTIREIL4TEIAJI LAW VIOLATED VIOLATEDTbc
The hpsapiviko amid Ohio IiIo anti the New NewHaven Ntwhaven w wlinen
Haven Ilestrnlnfd IlestrnlnfdWASIIINOTON ItrstrnlnfdWSJltNaON htestralutedWsiIINaTcN
WASIIINOTON July 20 OThn Th first case cosearising CllJollarl casennislitg
arising arl ln under that section of the th AntiRebate AntiRebatelaw AntiRe at I Ilaw elaw
law of tho lost Congress OIlgro 1 which gives the thoInterstate theIntellltate theInterstate
Interstate Commerce Commissioners power powerto
to ask for an Injunction to restrain f trnln a rail railroad rnilrond railroad ¬
road from fr om charging less It 11 than its It i1oittcfreight ponlt ponltCrlght poMrd poMrdfreight
freight rates was brought roullht in tho tulttdlilahlI UnitedStatus United UnitedStates
States District Court at Norfolk Va a last lastweek llUtwtk bustierek
week A sweeping preliminary > injunction injunctionwas InjunctionIIH
was IIH granted grn gm ntpct refrtruinuig re Ig thou Chesapeake Chesapeakeand
and Ohio Railroad trlllnt the t Q defendant from fromcarrying fromcarrylnK fromcarrying
carrying cQal the article 111 Idn against agnlnlllwhleh agnlnlllwhlehthe which whichthe wtticiuthe
the complaint was directed or any alt other othertraffic othrtranlc othertraffic
traffic at any an greater gnlIt r or less 111 nile than its itspublished ItlpuLlbtherl ifspublished
published tariff ratiw rut and also restraining restrainingthe i ith
the th New XI York New XP Haven and Hartford HartfordIliiilroad ilartforulRailroad I II
Iliiilroad I Company ompan from n cilving ftc1 IIIJ any re rebate re rehate ¬ I
bate or advantage therefrom The Thu hear hearing hlnrInJ hoarlag ¬
lag for a permanent injunction is to be beheld hehllll hohiolul
held on July Ml MlThe 1 1The i iThe
The commissions notion is based on the thooriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original complaint rnnd by W V C Bullitt Bullitta
a Philadelphia coal dealer thalerl and the th tb testi testimony tNtimon ttstimnony ¬
mony mon given i upon ix > n it bv t President lr lIl1lt Stevens of ofthe oftill ofthe
the ChisHpcnke and OMlooliowlng lafohowln that a con contract COlitract comitract ¬
tract was made five th years ago by Iuy his road roadto roadto roadto
to deliver at New Haven 2100000 tons of ofNew oftw ofSew
New tw Itiver coal at the Ito rate of lOOono tons tonsa
a year at IZ7i1 275 a ton When 1Hn the th contract contractexpired contrnxplrec1 comutracteplred
expired in April lust W fIOoon > 000 tons rwnainid rwnainidundelivered rc rvmmtainuuiiindlivereul lI1uinldundlverel
undelivered and a anI new contract wa < mimic madofor lI1adofor mimicfor
for tho delivery of that amount at the old oldrate oldmt oldrate
rate mt After paying for the coal its trans transportation tranMportntion transportafion ¬
portation from Newport News to New NewHaven IIWlIaYln NewHaven
Haven by sea and for discharging dL4char lng It from fromthu trorn11m rota rotathe
the vessel then remained for thn liii railroad railroadcompany rallronllcompany railroadcompany
company only 28 cents a ton us freight freightfrom frll freightfrom ht httrom
from the Knnawha district of West Virginia Virginiato Yirlnlato irlnla irlnlato
to Newport News whereas thn published publishedrntn
rntn rat of the Chesapeake and Ohio for that thathaul Ihnthanl thathaiti
haul IriSltrm ItIlf is 1 1l ton t on It I IF this I apparent rebate rebateor rerimatior I
or discrimination of 1117 117 1 l7 a ton on in favor favorof ravoror fuisorof
of the New Haven road and against ngaln others othersthat oUlemthnt otluonmuthat
that forms ornms flu basis of tho complaint complaintAdmiral complaintAdmIral uomplaintAdnihal
Admiral Miller Uiellnen lifer of Com Command om omman oflimarsh ¬
marsh man II of South Atlantic J Squadron SllndrnnWUIIIISOTOS SquadronWASHINGTON qiisiironWASIIINOTON
WASHINGTON July 20Rear Admiral AdmiralMerrill AdmiralMerrill AdmiralMerrill
Merrill Miller commandant of tIm Mare MareIsland Mareisland 1111 1111IlIland
Island Navy Yard has declined the offer offerof olTorot offerof
of the th command of the South Atlantic Atlanticsquadron Atlantiosquadron Atlanticsquadron
squadron on account of 111 health healthBUSINESS hll1ltltJUI healthBUSINESS
BUSINESS JUI miS NOTiCES 1NOTKTSMr IOTItIIu
Mr Iu HlmlowN Inlow Soothlnir Syrup yritp for children childrenIfpthlnK chtiitrcnteethIng htlllrrntrrthln
teethIng nortrnx tin Ih rums rfducw rdu Intlnmnmtlon IntlnmnmtlonllByi tntlllmmllUonallal Intlantimatlonilayr
llByi allal iialn nln nirrs wlnclcnllr wlnl colic dlarrhirnMc dlllrrhcra 2 22e atmttle atmttleMA f tnttlniLA1flI IU IUlIA
MA iLA1flI KIM HI LOU LOULA 1 1I 1II2 U
LA 1 TOTRinTBWUKKv TOIlnlTt wtmK On Saturday Satllrdll July Iitl IK IKat I Iat Itat
at St Johns John Church Somervllle N J I 1 by h the theIlev then the11ev
Ilev n Charles Fljlii Ish Philip La Tourettc Jr Jrof Irof trif
of if Ilayonnc N L 1 and Iucle Oarnes artier Weeks eeios of ofElizabeth otEllzabelh ofFlizatieth
Elizabeth N J Jtt JU Jt
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nniFFINSudilfnlyon C July Jill 1 It ino1 IIIO at his hI red reslilenpp rl redulene I Idnll1l1l1l
ilenpp dnll1l1l1l Hotfiaan Iliuirl Sal1 Ilfmo Idwnnl J Iayimn Jrldln nrlmntunerrtl uirlmnFuneral JrldlnFuneral
Funeral services elIr at tile III IlrlcU Presbyterian Ir Irllll Churili Churili6th Chllrlll6th ChiiruhMIt
6th av mid 37th St 11 1 Tuesday rllsllll July IIII Jl I at 1 in inAM tot
AM 1 M t Plttsliiirz papers please ropy ropyJOVKS rill rillJMHI cipyJONIs
JOVKS On Saturday July IR 1103 itt Henry Ifnr he helovrd h hItWl1 heIoVttt
lovrd huslinnd of Mnrtlia Mart hum Jones Ion arid nd turn IIII of ofTluimas otJlInrnM ofIhdniuitu
Tluimas Jonei 111111 of the th linn nf Lewis ft c Jones 1onc on
2 West r lll1h hum St StFuneral AIIlInrlll atIulmrniul
Funeral services rrlrr In the Ih WHMi tIh Presbyterian Presbyterianfhurc IrMhylrlnnl1l1rrh Iromhyturlrunhunch
hunch hinth 13th st hitMporii2d h1 hctiueIu 11211 2t1 andIll nnll 3ii 14s nvs tiWednrt tiWednrtduty Wednes Wednesday rdo rdochl ¬
day chl aftcriuuiM July 1111 22 at 2 nclorli 20elnIHRIIS nclorliKKIIY ticiotioEFImX
KKIIY On iii July hll 19 I at hIs reslilrnre rltIr Ir 310 York si siJersey sl sl11f rotttriey
Jersey 11f ry flty It i Jnmes 1 niaro A t Mill ofthelite or a f thl lii IIIII lout e Joseph JosephT InII InIII
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Funeral from hUs h blc Ic I ii rehlilrncr Wiilncsdny WIII1sll SVI mwilny July JulyJ hl hlul
J i at I l A 1 M MLYNCH MIuNii 1 1IYoCII
LYNCH I On itt Sunday SIIIIIIII July 1 uly 111 ii ltini afler aft er a short shortIllness ltnrttlliiirou
Illness 111111 John Tuiti Ohll Ii K i Lynch helovml IIIvd husband Ii of ofMadeline otMIhIIII 015Itltttiut
Madeline Lynch LynchKiliillviH lolIehftLilltln iynhltdat
KiliillviH ltdat tVL4 friends board nf Inisteii I rutl nf St StNlchnliuVi S1O SiN
NlchnliuVi O khullL Itunian IAtlinlln Church ttu reti SI Xlncint Xlncintdc IIIIInlIe limctn limctnttt
dc Ie Paul I Conference 0 oritrrItce Inlhollu u nl lruiIo llcniVuUnt llcniVuUntLegion 1IIIIoltlIlIgilln I Ilrglon
Legion St HI Nicholas Council tm tell 1SI Ii I St Francis FrancisAlumni lranllsA a atltuirunl
Alumni A Society HnlRlils H of Culumbis So Sodety Smiiely
dety of Cdlhollc Mechnnlcs St Aloyslui IIIlu tin tinclety SnIIrl Si SitItty
clety IIrl XXhlti hitn Mice AsMictallon nrtnllon Manhattan ManhattanAswcimlon MaitttiitiitnAsstcIal IallhallanA
Aswcimlon A AsstcIal lallon loll Worklngininii IVork lrugtntt it Snvlngs Society SocietyTammanv Selel SelelrlllllI1fIIV StoliIyflu
Tammanv flu iiitnanv Club bit Tammany IRII1I11II1I Hull I leneral I Inni Inniinlttfn no noIIIltltI t oIit oIitunit
inlttfn unit te Tenth Cettt Ii Assimhly tisiri 111111 ti illstrlcl olIm 11 rlN rId and Tam Tammnny 18mII1l1n Iii rn rnlila
mnny II1l1n lila y Society Hllrlll rtitt art > reriucsieil IIIIel In nltcml at tend the thefuneral Ihnhll1rnl I tue tueluineral
funeral from St Nicholass N irhitiuro Church 2J d si siXXVdnesday SI1III11roIa rotVetln
XXVdnesday Vetln cstn tnornlnic July 1 iii p fl 2 at II 10 oclock oclockMOIIA IrlorkMOIlI oclockMOIl
MOIl Helcni H In Mora widow lIlow of ii I William lIl1nl11 Morris Morrisdied llIrrlsdllel ttnniaoiitt
died at her laic home tM nv and HJd 2tl st t Urn UrnMUilnirHl 1InlInhml I liii liiictniit
MUilnirHl ctniit rat Momliy IIIIIIII July I lit nt 2 P M MFuneral MIlIl1rml iiIuinnutl
Funeral senliTi Thursday Ttuti ratny mornlni nt 11 I I nelocli neloclifrom orilleltrllOl neltielfront
from her home homeI10I1I1 homr1I01l1Jt homeitOltl3At
1I01l1Jt I10I1I1 At her home In this Ihl cltyon the 10th tarot IntIn InIIn tarotin
In the Mill year ar of her ago nit Cornelia Van In Hensse Hensselarr Itrn ItrnIlrr lirnarorliter
liter wife of J tlatnpden Itohh mid irldrnt irldrntdaughter tidesiutiiutrhlcr ld 1 1clnulfhler
daughter of the lit late Nathaniel Thayer of ofItoston orJIo it itliottuhi
Itoston ItostonFunoralaervlcesatherlato JIo liottuhiFtaiaI ton tonflIl1uralervlce
Funoralaervlcesatherlato flIl1uralervlce FtaiaI service nt hrr late resldenec 23Parliav 23Parliavon 3 Pant IIV IIVon cvon
on Wednesday III1CHtIllY morning 2d hut ut at to Ifloclld IfloclldMITIIOn oclock oclockSMITH ocirk5MlTltOn
MITIIOn SMITH On Sunday July 111 1903 Catharine C Cbeloved Cbrlovt Cbeloveul
beloved wife of John Smith ill1llhln In her Slut SIHlyear SIHlyearFuneral year yearFuneral yearFitneral
Funeral private from the realdencn of her daugh daughter dauidmtrr5irLA ¬
ter trr5irLA Mrs U A Underwood 890 8OOStJhgts St John place plioellmoklyn pilloeUoklyn placetirutoklyn
llmoklyn Newark pap papers ra please plea room
THE ADIRONDACK REGION REGIONis
is almost wholly exempt from fromhay fromhay rom romhay
hay fever evero has practically no nomosquitoes nomosquitoes nomosquitoes
mosquitoes and you need a ablanket ablanket ablanket
blanket over you nearly every everynight everynight everynight
night during the summer summerTHE summerTHE summerTHE
THE NEW YORK CENTRAL CENTRALis
is the way to reach rea h this delight delightful ¬
ful region which is filled with withhealth withhealth withhealth
health and pleasure pleasureCunlioiit pleasureGllnbon1 pleasureGlinboilt
Cunlioiit llaiicrort Releases Ship Uetalnri Uetalnril
l b > y V cucIIUlall icui > lnn ImungrntR ImungrntRWARKINOTON lumrntHWAIItIN01ON it itVAsitmNoroN
WARKINOTON July 2 20 0 Acting Spcrc Spcrctary Scretary Secrefury
tary of State LoomIs linn ha rccolvcd a thIs toleram tCtgram thIsgram
gram ram from from W W Kufwoll United States StutiOhargft StatctlCharp StatesCluarg
Ohargft tlAffaires at Caracas reporting roportinithat reportingthat
that tho ho threw thlf steamships of the OrinociShipping Orinoco OrinocoShIpping OnlnocoShipping
Shipping Company an American concern concernwhich concernwhich concernwhich
which wore detained by Venezuelan insur insurgents Insurgent insurgefltut
gents III Ciudatl Bolivar Doll val have boon een re released rolenBttI noleased
leased by LieutenantCommander Culver Culveof Culverot
of tho United States gunboat Bancrort am amtaken and andtllktn antitaken
taken down the Orinoco Hlver to San Felix fvxThe F FelixThe lb lbfhe
The Bancroft wan sent to Ciudad Clu ad Boliva Bolivato flolivarto ollvar ollvarto
to effect lie release of lucite vesewb vesewbTho VII8t18ho vesselaThmo
Tho ho Venezuelan Government denies denieithat denlellthat deniesthat
that tho authorities at San Fernando Fernandohad Fernandohad Fernandolund
had iteized I4pi d or detained detnhlllilwoother two ot other her Btearrmhlpr Btearrmhlprof
of tho Orinoco Shipping Company omnpany
In a telegram confirming the State Dc Popart DcIartment Dcpart ¬
part Iartment merits report LieutenantCommander LieutenantCommanderCulver
Culver nays says that ho took women and chil children children dulldrum ¬
dren of all nationulitleH away from CiudadBolivar Ciudad CludadBolivar CiudadBoilvar
Bolivar on tho lIancroft to escape the ex exwctcd exIltcl1 cximeeted
wctcd bombardment of tho town by the theI thoGovornment theGovernment
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WASIIINOTON July 20Speakertobo 20SpeakertoboCannon O8pookertoboCllnnOf
Cannon wall In Washington today and had hadn
n long talk with Secretary Shaw lIe was wasalso wasnlllO wasalso
also at the Post Office Department and andtaw and6lW andsaw
taw Fourth Assistant PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneralIlristow PostmasterOeneralBristow PostmasterGeneralhinistow
Ilristow with regard to appointments in inhit InIIII inlimit
hit OinnonN district Mr Ir Cannon de declined declllIld dodimmed ¬
clined to difrotiNt c1i iilutK clll11 public iuiiht questions with tho thoreporter thoreporter thereporter
reporter Ho will go to Now York to toHear tomorrow toitmorrow ¬
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mouth N H Navy NavyYard Yard hon been selected selectedfor
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