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Chirch Chlrl Cli lrh is i now 1m immured 1IIIUlt ini rti in the Vatican Vaticanhirged ILlCI ILlCIlhatltl iitIcatih
lhatltl hirged h rgel with wi wit h Ihediity tllllly I h i I i it y of selecting tllchIK a sue suecv KUOIr tic ticsor
cv sor ur to I Leo Xllf X 1 r to I occupy OCCUIY OCCUI tho tl tI Pontifl Pontiflr Jolln JollnHI
r HI l throne I jrl Iron The first fllt volt ot will wi IK taken takenKMunrrnw tuklmI tukneiuorrsW
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mirnrntinn III 1fIAtinn of thin Ihl fundamental flnrAmelllnl function functionof flncllon flncllonth
of r th he h widest Illlt spread nII religion nI lon of tho lu modern modemworld modernrld modernivirk
world worldTliiTn rld rldThr I IThrn
TliiTn was wa only nnl one tlO striking Itrikiul difference differenceipftwem dilrrlneo dilrrlneo1lltI1 Liffcr neu neut
ipftwem 1lltI1 t CPfl this Ihil t Iti Conclave Condall ami a ni tho t ho circuni circuniKinS drelm drelmA ctVUflIg
KinS g A II nttendirg ntllll flt I i tIiIg HID I ho I creation enalon criit tori of other otherPojws othplIols ot iir iirinps
Pojws Iols in il i U ilit1 til t li past pllt two I wo or three t ii rce centuries centuriesnnl c < IIUlilI IIUlilIn1 iit uI t tnI
nnl n1 tlial Ihlt hit was wa the th strangti tmlll trnng Indlffvreucn Indilrenct of tho tholliniati Ihl th thI1nin
lliniati IlmAI n populace 1lllac i Iliac Inrteml Int11 I iut of nL the t lie con conronrM 101 101nlr i ilnr
ronrM nlr lnr of thousands Iholand t wi whldl < li githercd out outHK outI
HK i i Vniertu 1 P 11 UI I In o watch tlji I h nssenibllnc nssenibllncc nflllblll
c thi t I i oiifiave nIIIH1 nU which wi ileli elected lIdll iCl ed Popn 101 1ol Ijeo in ini inAl
i Mifie ItlII wns Al 1iS flily Olly fllf a unall Hnl int ii group grnlp grnu of priests priestsi pdlKtl
i 111 mil poter porI and American tourists touriststieenhionHllv 10urI 10urI1I toIkristML
tieenhionHllv 1I ionHlh a I L priest or nun nUl would onlt ouid kno kuo1 kuo1c l la lr
a c r snlinnr 11011 4 riiii i nirriiige 1ITlaKt approached n and andIV Antif andt
IV f t h iMipiMi 1111 it woiM WOlo VOt I I extend exlllt ext end his hi hand in iniig Inh inI
h > > iig I t i a i response responselinn Iponl
> I linn iln i n jonniali0 JOIlaUot hailed Imlct Cardinal Carlln rc1iiitl > 1 ill illp II illrI
p rI Olrn iro r us I i tl lie hi en1 IIIK il ii PrO when hn drove drovetit drovoI
tit I II Tl 11 I i miuinal IUIII t i ILiutl smiled Imie and blessed bltbo his hisfll hil hisdl
fll 1 ir irK
K rsu I N N4t t 11IIIir Ifllf CEHEMONIES CFnF CIflEMoNEsF lsnH lsnHI
1 F I M T IK l of the Ihl Holy 101 Ghost Gho t was wa celp celpli ll
li I itui Iti II d n i 1 lu 10k i clock in II th tl tn Puulini Pauln jljjfl4 Chap CliaHlliv ClkahI4ev 1 1I
liv I rli 11 i it al Vannutelli rlnnltlll all 1 the other Cordi CordlHI CordiII
I HI II iidii Illi Th1 11i ll tenth Ith congregation congregationivwl cn re allon allond
ivwl v d HI 11 a t Hiii 1 I I Ii i udina 1 r nil I inn I i Or Ornoll rnIia nlia dls dlsni dlKI dl dlI
ni I I iid rllver inHals 1nl issued i I1 by y him him as asCinf ns1 n nvn
Cinf vn rlPHRo rpngo as 1 s ln illnh irigni ignii of tho temporal temporal1tWpr hmllornlI
1tWpr wr I luring Ilril h ring ringfltp iiiterrepnum iiiterrepnumTlte iltrnII
Tlte TI fanlitials ardllll I lien htl went to their Ihi homes homesf
f ilio I h hsi I imp Im iieforc Iforl the t meeting mteting of cf the theiHrtve theII then
iHrtve II n IjVt lt and Al reaMnibld lAItmhkd I in the Pauline Paulinei IIIJII IIIJIIat
i iiapl rl a at 4 10 0 oclock i OCk preliminary prtrlnary ry to t o their theirrnucH theirI I lid r rrii
I rnucH rii 1II into ilto tho sealed ilnl1 quarters quurtc The TheiitMiiiUod ThoIIIjd
iitMiiiUod 1 IIIjd In I I prrlalfs with wih WI t h the Ih I he attendant attendanti atdalt attendantsnug
i si t snug nl wills wih voice many of which whichr
iv r thin and ald quavering qlarnp Come 0 Holy HolyMARCH Iol Iols holySI
s SI Iit ru
MARCH IArCI1n TO TUB 11 tIIl HALL HALLpricission nAI nAIrplNion 11AL 11ALv
pricission rplNion wis WI v Iormed trnld at oclock oclocktin oclockM ClOCk ClOCkMI
M MI tin 1 It immbem 1Imbell H of the til Scred cred Collogo Collogoimrchiid Culcg Culcgdld Collego1I
imrchiid 1I dld tl 101 slowly throifih t hic h the til tli royil hall halli hall
i dinal dilal Oreglia OKJa reglia led 111 th tho profession prosliol Each Eachrdinal Fich Fichnlnnl EachC
C rdinal nlnnl was attended nllmlNI by b a I member llmbtr of the theY Ihlblo thtN
Y bio Guard alard his hi chaplain Inpllin nit n servant servantIt 1fnn
It I I was wal an impressive spectacle 1I d but it had hadii
ii I piiful pi Hul faitureB flurff Noarly > llly a dozen dOZl1 prol prolne pl prclc I IIIJ
ne c IIJ were w r BO old Oll old ail ac their Mtnps llnp 41 jM so tottering totteringt toUlrlngj
t j ut I ci it was necessary ntwelal in il fwo wo or nl three OIISPH OIISPHalmost ca capialtnrst 1
I almost almnlt carry eRry thm Ih1 to i their t wlls wllsThe c 1f 1ls 1lsih
I i The Th members mher of ul Ih cue h Sacrtil College Collegenoppijd Collp CohigebtOppli
I noppijd toPPJd first trst at lt ct tho aktltie Sitle Chapel Chavl for forSoblo forrfttI 01
rfttI 1101 prayers 2iwn n a lrbl inomlior of the theoblo theublo
Soblo oblo Guard escorted escort each Cardinal Crdinl to his hiscell hlf Jcisct11
cell n 1fvde de him hi farewell farel and expressed fpre 11 tl tllinpe 11m 11mhnJ thcchope >
hope hnJ that ho would next seo 10 him on 01 the theTlirone thelrone theThrone
Throne lrone of Peter Itter Each Cardinal responded respondedice rpondIItrtljg rpondtnlseeriIg
seeriIg ice trtljg rdLig to custom that the tl th guard giaId was wasfiitfiled wal walluUlled wc wcinticied
fiitfiled to ask i him for two favors favorswas ta avoN avoNp vor vorI
I p was wa no until ntl nearly 7 7 oclock oclo k after aftertlie afurth lPr lPrth
tlie th final fnal eieant ttant omnen Olnl the marshal having havingtaken haingakn havingthkn
taken tho oath to protect prtect tlio Sacred Col CollRe Colge Cutlge
lRe ge in the performance pertormancl of If its II ltc greatest greatestluy glcaleHt glcaleHttlY greateitihi
tlY ihi luy y that I ha the th ceremony Clfmnny of closing up U111 tho thoiiior 11wdO
dO iiior Ior end nd Bcaling ralli uj U > tho Conclave was 19 quite itiitaliterally qlie qlieJ1tlaly quiteliira1Iy
literally J1tlaly carried orrkd out outiimuinu outiluulnu outnuine
iimuinu iluulnu nuine walls Wil of masonry hud Ild been con conI on onacross
I I Ir across icm lCroS fili fB the th doors and j 1BI > assiiies assiiiesI aIgeHlice el
I JU lice lie quarters quarlerl however howeler wero Wlr by Jy no inputs inputsM mls
M 0 primitive as a in ancent uncllt tines tnI Knell J cl i ctct iir iirNnai 11 11Ili
Ili Nnai tct has a comfortable corfotabl plainly llinly furnished fumihlutlrvn furnibllcdicclrt
bfilrtin icclrt fl aad 1111 sitting flthl room Fortytwo Fortjtwu Fortjtwunr rortytwoof
of din th Cardinals CUlli d elected ellcltd to eat at their m ntl ntli al alin
i U in il liieir I It1 ci r private Irhate riat e Hjiartmcnta lpallta irt ncent8 The Therptiialning 11 11r hut hutrtccuniIcg
r rptiialning inilg twenty decided cechlp to dine at the theim theIlhle thectne
im ctne table Ilhle All Al telephones wen wIm taken takenvnit li tiiiwnc Iwn IwnI
I vnit 1111 c tid nil ull it II telegraph fgIAJh wires wlrf6 wircs were cut cutAN Cll CllAN ciiiiM1BES4IVE
AN AN IMPRESSIVE UIIJES1IE SCENK SCENKI SCENILVit
I wan Vit pvidiiit vidlt AS one watched the pro provision IHoiol Ploiuic
vision iol iuic entenug 111111 the Sistine SilUI6 Chupel Chupl that thllal all alti
tie fi i 3 TiriOM Id r lr if f tho Sacred Sacfll College Colege were werei wereWII
WII i > impressed Inprl by the solemnity fol lnlty of thu thuiiinwnt Ihl tiwII
iiinwnt II iiWit ml In nearly all al thowj thof aged faces facesil facl
il 1 VP P si I i ho h ifKht i ht of a mystio mYlto exaltation exaltationctiiin ealaton ealaton1ln exaltationI
> ctiiin tilfl 1ln > i that Ihat It se siiced med led to transform transformFaeph trnsform transformI
1 Faeph r I ihp that were emotionless emotonless at attl aLII a at
tl t n funeral in il St Peters Pcterl a 1 week eok ago 110 were wereday wereta werelull
day ta full CII of sincerity pilceriy and responsibility responsibilityAl rl8ponldblty rl8ponldbltyAll
Al k1 Mm Ih voices oicll trenhled trnhl d as aE they responded
10 0 tlie chanted chnltlll prayers prayersThe prOII PraYorHlie
The lie viiiletroneil prelates lrollt1 entered fnlered the thetwo IhoIwo thetw
two tw by hI IWO waklng waklnj slowly each to toI 10I
I L I aiitjiicl scat cal or throne throl > as It is tech technioilly I tcchlII ch chh
nioilly lII h By U de ctetdgciatcd R ignuted ilnalld The chapel chlpl had been beentri beentr en enIrIIforulr
tri IrIIforulr tr rrtfnrined siruo slnlo it It was last lat used Upon Uponi UpOI
II i uir lt r a 1 vast Kt arras IrrA reiiresenting rfprp8ltlnj the thei Ih Ihi lIceIi1eIt
i Ii1eIt our t of tho Holy loly Oho ihost > l had hli been hen placed placediair plaCd plaCdnir placedcir
iair cir in in front frlt will wi remain empty until untilIMP unti untiltIP
IMP i nnw Pontiff Punlif sits sii i there to receive Icclive the thei theiLsi
f iLsi i t hubrnission hlhrifin of his hil hI former ffmcr colleagues oolloaguosIn 101cllwa
In tIIP Ih iic centre 111 of the chapel chapl is II a largo lar u table tableIfiirrx tabletP tablelPnrcg
Ifiirrx tP Ij two f 0 vases aS R and In one large al e covered coveredrliahco ooverd ooverdrIIIt coveredeiaIjrt
rliahco rIIIt for Inr the Ihl reception of ballots balots Be Before DE Befcrt ¬
fore rr i eh rh iardnttln lardnIIH throne throlo Is I a 1 small fmall table tableli ble blewl
wl w li Ink p plr jx per > r and ald alit Fallng Falnl ah1ng wax waxTo waxTo
To 1 lh > left of he thl entrance fnlrnce is u I stove lov with withpipo WithS lh lhI
I S pipo pip Upn loading Ipadlnl out mI of u I window Indo In this thisfovr thll thisof
fovr II of HIP tI Icc unsuccessful II uec Kful l allotn balola > will wi be II tx burned burnedIll buned bunedhl burnedwill1
will1 Ill hl dmp 1np straw ptrw The escaping fpCling black blackmvikewlll blackflk blacksinjkt
mvikewlll flk sinjkt wil will signify Hilnify to the outside outl e watcher watcherif watchtra watchtrafl111 watcherschoice
fl111 if no choice IhoiCA has been male When Whln the theleclshn thedprlHi thele1c4j
dprlHi leclshn le1c4j n ballot halot is taken lakln the tht papers paplrs wlU wlUi wll whhihe
II he i burned bured with dry dry straw and Ind the light lightmoke Ilhl IlhlInoke lightItinoke
moke will wi then indicate Indlcto that a Pope lifts liftsIoeii hl1 hinslreii I
Ioeii r n el elnetcci 1tll rted and that his election Ileeton will willH wl willon
H on m n I announced tnunctt in lice 110 customary customarymanner cIKtomaryIClnN customaryIliairp
manner IClnN r
THE TiE OATH OATi OP 01 SECRECY SECRECYWhen SECRECYh1 SEcRECYVIin
When h1 ill tlcp h Cardinals rlrlnall were wated Lttll Mgr MgrMprry MgrMerry llr llrr1
Merry r1 del Vnl al secretary IIfrlllr of the le Conclave ConclaveUIH COlclat
I ° 11 sil UIH I h I Apoft t pocstchjo ollelc lio oath oat Ii the Ihl I lit Cardinals Cardinalsfpeaing Clllnall Co ithinci Is Ising
fpeaing T ill ing it i after him He le then carried carriedHIP carriedthiA
HIP 111 iocpels to II each Iach prelate In turn tlr that thnt ho hoiRlit lier
11111 r iRlit hg I seal l the I I Icc oath with wih vit h his lips Ip When Wel iien
Cardinal CMI111 orKija Orlla II cli Santo Stefano Coiner Clmlr
ITIKO and arid president prlfidcnt of tho Conclave COtove was wasmrn waKn
mrn I yr n he I in il iii turn t urn administered Rdmlnlllfd tho I he oalh oalhJo oathto
Jo 10 Mtr hcr Merry lpll del dll Val Val The Th attendants attendantsHi allndlnll
IJh butt Hi within wihin and without witholt the Ihl chapel wore woreIPII WOr ercc erccltPfl
ltPfl IPII nHIOrn sworn to secrecy regarding rtgarlll the 11 pro proIHlirins protlll proA
IHlirins tlll A committee cmmllft of the Cardinals Cardinalsn Cardlllil
I en n inspected InHreIIII ed the t lie lodgings and also Ilt ii lao the thek thl I Icc Icck
k I of scaling 1nllj up the Conclave COleJa rIce ThoIliitect fu fulehI rIceci
ci lehI Iliitect rh ii tct eel of If f the II I lii palace plIICl then thln t delivered I deliverediJr I 1
fMir flr iJr kyslo < iys to o f0 Conclave COIlave on a silver lnr salver salvorln MIlr
ln 11 if tnnlinnl 1rlinll a rilincil Oreglia o rllla He II retained rllinld two I wo and andK Inll
K 1 vn two III t S to I to the II marshals mnrHhll Then Tll a gong gonginniled Inll gongMIinkl
inniled llnlld anti Inll the Cardinals went to t their theiriUs tilir tilirIls theirrice
iUs iUsThe Ils IlsTh
The Th innrsm4 11 InC rRhll rshalc then thll railed mllel in stentorian stentorianties cttnntorian111P5 llntrhm llntrhmAloul
111P5 ties AlloutMpean Aloul Ahlout exeant ean < ontnfiiiiid ornntlllllhdolll orcnR cipich tii ticedocirs ticedocirsrp doorn doornr
r t rp locked rktl within wit hin nml nnl n nd without w I I I it ill n 1 I to I n be beIpncl I Ici
111 ci Ipncl tintj 1111 lint ii the th I h trntlitiinal c ra ti It I i na I f ntv unrcMcnt un raclt c ie iii I
N1 Ilmve have to announce InnOUlc n 1 great gret joy wo 10 have haven
n 1 Pope la made madeRESULT modeISULT macluRS8UT
RESULT ISULT ENTIRELY IN DOU1IT DOU1ITNever DUI1 DUI1NAvel DOUIITNever
Never in recent retIL generations 1011r8101 Han a Papal PapalConclave lnpalCutdno lapalConclave
Conclave Cutdno assembled u mbl1 with wih ouch Ilch a eompleto eompletoabsence coinpietsiihsenco
absence Ihftnl of any alY indication in lcnton of the probable probableresult probableresult
result Tliero ltIo ore liO two rather illdellncd illdellncdopposing ideJncd ideJncdoPPI ihidetlneIOpposing
opposing oPPI in policies plcl1 ropreoentwl roprtlntld in il tho Sacred SacredCollogo Sacredologo SacredCollege
College ologo They do not represent rOpllllt any alY sharp sharpdiVision
division dhlslol of opinion In fact the position positionof pOlton pOltonof
of nearly halt tho Cardinals Cardlnnll in il undeclared undeclaredniul undocortd undocortdald
and ald unknown Imknow Tho 111 questions tlUOIUone Involved Involvedalmost InvnlodAhnOt involvedahiiioct
almost AhnOt entirely entrely relate rtlnte to the expediency expediencyof expedltncy expedltncyof
of the recent reolt administrative ollmlnltrotvo policy polcy toward towardtho townrdtho towardthe
tho Governments Govermonls of Italy I a 1 Franco Frunc und anilother undolhor and andother
other countries countriesThe oountrl9Tho ceuictrluaThe
The issue illl after afer all ni is chiefly personal personalami prlonAl prlonAlmd personalnnd
ami U i clearly cCrly drawn drnwn In regard to no one oneexcept onoxCpl oneexcept
except xCpl Cardinal ClrdinuJ Ramplo Rarnpolla Rani polio In his hi case laf It Itin ItII itis
in II probably sufficiently strong to to destroy d lhoy
his hi chances chal 1 of election electon although alhough at the theoutset IhooutL theoutset
outset ho probably will wi have more mort in individual indlldunl inchivhdual ¬
dividual dlldunl followers olowell than nny candidate candidateThe cnmldal candidaterhc
The Th reason rlMOI for this thii is the entire entre confusion confusionwithin confusionwithin confusionwithin
within the college cole o itself ilf In regard I ti to tho thowloctioii Ihol tlc tlccf
wloctioii l llcliot of candidates co mtd Mrl This IB il is con contrary COI colatrliry ¬
trary to tc the general Rnrll conception con pton of the Hiesituation IheitnUon theittiatioii
situation but it I h 11 I illustrated mitlntet by the fact fnctthat flCI flCIthlt factthat
that many Iln of the Cardinals Ultlnhl met mtt each other otherfor other otherfor ttherfor
for thn Ihl th first frl time lmo during the tl current week weekHence wetkIIICI week1tcnc
Hence IIICI the occupants tceupltl of the Vatican Vaticanare VatGin VatGinaM
are in as ni much mloh doubb tonight 10llght as ni to wjio wjiothe wh whI who whoI
the I h lie next I t Pope will fi be HB 11 is il the worldnl worldnllir wMi world lt ltlilr at atlar
lir r I irici 1101 Icc circiiuiiinnoiH clrCln latl > It i is II inoHl inoHlreasonable mOlt l11strcisonabie
reasonable 1Honahl to to expect the Kolertion N IIlo rf r an anItalian AnHalan au auItalian
Italian Halan who Is II not identified identtP with nny nnyfaction nnyfotion anyfaction
faction probably rohlh1y not l1 a I Itoman ILmnn but surh surhn SUf1 SUf1n
n man mln in II fact AH al Cardinal Baclliori aliori Bishop Bishopof
of It Verona or Cardinal Cardial Sarto Patriarch Patriarchof
of Venice VeniceTin Ynlt VeuiicIli
Tin Ili vicinity jdri y of tho Vatican nan is Ii tlesTtod tlesTtodtonight d cIesrtodtonight 5rll1 5rll1lonight
tonight savo avo for the presence prlsonce of 01 700 700Iiillan 700Ii
Iiillan II allan lln troops t rOlpl rooe who l will wi guard puald the the premie premieday frmi prexnkday H Hcoy
day coy and an night Illht until unti tho election of a 1 Pope Popela
Is announcing announcingFIHST rnIOlnClo rnIOlnCloFI rndiouncLdFIUST
FIHST FI T BALLOT TODAY TODAYTlio TODAYThe TODAYTho
The first f rBL ballot balo will wi bo taken taktl at o 10 oclock oclockt 0 cocl coclt
t omnrrow moro morning mOllhll and IUlII It will wi undoubtedly undoubtedlybo uuoluwdl uuoluwdlhe
bo futile futlo Thit result rfult of this ballot bllot proba probably probahj irobal3 ¬
bly will wi be h known at about noon noonThe nool nocuaTh
The Th Tribune Trbuna nays < rYI thai that Cardinal Cmlnal Gibbons Gibbonsdisapproves OiLilonsdh4npprovos
disapproves 11 Ipproes of the th present proltnL political pltcl ten tendencies tmldlndra ttflduracicci ¬
dencies of the Vatican Vltican and is II desirous dellrouB of ofhaving othA ofhaving
having hA inv a purely religion relroIL Pontiff Pontf lit litrecommended le lerlommendpc liereommeracieI
recommended rlommendpc to some omeol of his hil colleagues rolloftRuestho 11A UI
the election of Cardinal Car lnal Marline lartnol whoso whosoabilities whnoubt whrisouiiitldS
abilities ubt > were wlre much appreciated while whilehe whie whiehe whilelao
he was WIS dealing dlln with wih the Amarlcan move movement movIllcnt moveitent ¬
ment Illcnt The Tribuna riblC dues dpl not lnt expect tXpnCt the theelection I theelection
election of Cardinal Ci1 lnnl Marttnolli llrtllll because becausehe hlcaUI
he is a monk and uric is young youngLIFE youngLtFE youngLIFE
LIFE OF LEO LFoPope LFO LFOPope LEOPope
Pope Leo souii SOI time before befor his hi duath duathcommissioned duatlaoxnjnjsjociccl tllh tllholnis
commissioned olnis iolld Count Soderini to write his hislife hi hio hisilfu
life o for publication publcltol one ont year yelr t luhwqUHt luhwqUHtto suhsquent suhsquentto > u 3iquont 3iquontto
to his hi death The Count had hat free frIo access accessto aCCfi8 aCCfi8t
to t the most mo t secret ecret archives rdl11t of tho Vatican Vaticanfor YLtNII YLtNIIior Vaticanfor
for the purpose furpo pupo t of hU hi work Leo 1rorequtIt1 1rorequtIt1t1rt requested requestedtipt reciuestedthat
that t1rt he h writ nn ni a n impartial hlparlal I biography hlolalh ami aminot ainiAQt ld ld10t
not 10t it panegyric pallgylc Count oult SiderinI Hlllern has hasnearly hl tuiisnectily >
nearly 1 ILry completed r10lpicled the work which will wi com comprise 101 101prioo cciiilinac ¬
prise four volume The 1lc Uiitt a t volume olull will willcontain 11 willeorctutil
contain Iontain some voy vu 0 y iinpoitMit ilpOIIznt iidilOI tiit documents documentsnow docultnt
now for tho th Hist IlsL time thle published ubl > lull includ including Incu Incuitl includjag ¬
jag itl letters ht I t81 ter from King Kllj Victor ictu Emmanutl Emmanutland 1 llnanuI llnanuIald
and ald Mazzlni Jazzli lazzuiI to Popo Piu lju IX giving gilhlj a anovel i inoel anovel
novel view of lr tho hlatory llltor of the tld Papacys Papacysloss Papoy Papacysloss
loss 10 of temporal power powerCardinal roorCnlhud powerCinlinal
Cardinal tie deHencra Herrcra y do 11 la II Igle Igllla IglllaAIlhbihrp lgteklaArciabiabiop < ia iaArchbishop
Archbishop of Suutijgo Aalt Saittij go o du < u Coinpostola CoinpostolaI CoanpoatulaSPaici
I Spain aln was Wil taken tukel ill Ilhnolt almost as II ac soon SOOI us a he hefiltered h hIh icentercd
filtered the Ih Vatican uth at hcan n It in 1 > said lid that his hiscuiditlon Ii Iirln liLttuadil
cuiditlon rln tuadil ition ion is 1 tiii lut wrioti9 EroIS but Dr Ijipponi Ijipponiorderud la PpoII p1oxci p1oxcilat
10 lat orderud ordlrl that ho keep to hi 11 liLt I mil in hi hifell hil tcicehl
fell l He II will 1 be allowed ulowpd to vote 1010 therrlrom therrlromif tll rdlol
if he if il is unable uabl to t i go po to th the Sistine Si SLtt I11 lice Chapel ChapelPARIS Chap Chapl Chapellnus
PARIS l tRJlly July 31 31 A despatch from frm Home nU in inthe I Ithe tthe
the Malin 1utin says laYK I hat hlt Cardinal Clrrinllopp Kopp Bishop Bishopof
of 0 f Breiiluu rcllu and mI th Ihu t hi t Austrian Au Aut lral ulaic Ciirdimils Ciirdimilshave Cnlullha cudi cc Is Ishave
have ha inado 11W0 representations Ielroaeulatoll In tl three tml t French FrenchCiirdiraU lrenel Frei cha chacirdinuls
CiirdiraU Clluilal to b the effect loct that 11lt Cardinal CIHlHlUI lUm lUmpolla lLuu lLuuoa iLuacPoila
polla oa cannot count on more than I thirty thiry out outof outIlf outcit
of tho 110 fortytwo fOltvtwo votes vutt necessary leCeSIV for the theelection thl thleclol theelection
election eclol of the next Pope POf mid therefore thereforeit 1leruford
it would be b prudent to transfer trmlerf I their I sup support Up
port to Cardinal 1111111 Seraflno ertlo Vanrmtnlli Yannuleli The ThoFrench TheFrclch ThuFrench
French Frclch Cardinals Lrdlnall returned r llmet an unfavorable unfavorablereply IUflolall IUflolallfIly uuifavoratiluX1Y
reply fIly X1Y to II this thil proposal proposalA propula propuladOloteh
A despatch from trol Home HOII to the tle Uaultiti Uaultiticontains Oar Oaulijscoutain Ia Iacoutnlnl
contains coutnlnl an al Interview jlll rvw which wllch the curre currefipondMit conflpndt curret1iflIiit
fipondMit had IILI with Curcllnnl Curdllli S Seratnn Seratlon ratlno Van Vannuolll YnnluJI VanuiuhIi
nuolll luJI who hn declared dlclled that it was WI a libel luel to toaccuse toICCUI toaccuse
accuse ICCUI him him or his hiI brother Cardinal Via Vinoorizo Vil Vilnzo Viacenzo
oorizo nzo Vannutelll Yannulel of hostility hnalil to Franco FrancoThey 1ranOI 1ranOIThey FranceThey
They had he said al expressed 0ple 6III views 1wt hostile hostileto hostle
to tho I ho French frnuh iovirrment nvlrrnwnt b UCIUh biltid4O cmiso it w was wasopenly 19 19openly s sopenly
openly antagonistic to Catholicism Catholctl but ho hobelieved 11 hobelieved
believed these IleKll views llwt wero fro also 0110 held htld by a ugreat agreat
great number 11UIJI of Frenchmen FrenchmenLONDON Frenchmen1oDo Ipnchmen IpnchmenloNDO
LONDON loNDO Aug 1 llw irhce The Rome nOI corre correBponcltmt correlomlnt correspondttnt
Bponcltmt lomlnt of o the I hI he Daily Daiy Mail Mai says Sa that I hot some someof eOI eOIor son sonIf
of If the Cardinals Cardinli are nle not at at all al pleased pl aleu with withthe withtl withthat
the tl result of the balloting hllotln for cells cel Car Cardirel a 1
diral Gibbons GbboUH who loves frcbh air ail fims fimshimself tmls tmlshhnel ijntstihinhf
himself hhnel shut up in a 1 miserable rirbll little llte room roomwhich 1001 1001which rooiucvhctch
which during durn Leos Ltos illness iuesR was regardcd rpgldrdIR regardcdas
as IR good enough to serve NVi an II a 1 waiting waitng room roomfor rool room roomfor I ICor
for newspapov lepapl r men Cardinal Car inll Sernflno SernflnoVannutelli Hrfno SercifinoVanicutolli 1 1Yanltel
Vannutelli Yanltel d dle fr the Ih unlucky nnilcy number lumhlr 13 13Cardinal 1 13Cardinal
Cardinal Rampollas Rmpola8 number was wal B8 18 which whichit hlch hlchit
it is staled in come lome secret RICrct cipher dphtr repre represents rlI rlIrnts repreLents ¬
Lents rnts tho word wDr Popo PopoTho PopoTho PopoTho
Tho Standards Home loml correspondent nt says saysthat My Mythat saysthat
that Cardinal Cadlnll nampolla Iampla is well w1 cfl aware of oftho oftho orthe
tho oppoFltion to himself him1eJf and line aban abandoned nbandond abaicdoned ¬
doned all al hope hOII of becoming Pontiff Pont Ho Hois HeIs lieit
is it concentrating concentrotng his energies enorRlls to socuro socurothe WCUI seccrnthe
the election eleltlon of one 01 of his hil own friends who whoIH whoiK whois
IH widely Idel believed bl leed to bo Il Cardinal a 1lml I Ootti OottiIt GoUI otti ottiIt
It I in II indeed ildecd believed bllepd tlut IIi4t they have havearrived hannrlie havearrived
arrived nrlie at 1 an ni understanding Il tllnliini by which whichCardinal whichCrGlnal whichCardinal
Cardinal CrGlnal Hairipolla lawpola will wi divert all ni his own ownvotes ownotl ownvotes
votes otl to Cardinal nol Sotti I while tho latter lallr latterif I II
if I elected will wi make Cardinal Rampolla Hampoln htanipoiiaPresident Ilretldent
President lretldent of the I he Congregation Congrllutlol of tho t he Prop Proppcanda Propaganda j jngandn
ngandn Fide Jide and a 1 Itflmpollatte Hampolale such luch suchau j jos i
os 1 Cardinal Fwrata Fllrrlll Papal Secretary Scr lry of ofState of4tute i >
State 4tuteCardinals
tlule Cardinals ordinal Oreglia Olel Agliardi AgUlrdl and Sorafino SorafinoVannutelli Serfno SerfnoVllnl SorafinoVarntitehli I
Vannutelli Vllnl art Ir according to the th correi correispondnnt c correspondent rr rrfplllnt
spondnnt fplllnt the I be leading champions champloul outside outsidethe oullldo outsidethe I Itho
the Rampolla l unpoln parly parlyThe partyFhie i
The correspondent rrrflplulent add that I Cardinal CardinalGibbons CardinalCbhonR Cardinalhibbons
Gibbons CbhonR is one on of Cardinal Agliardis Aglardil most mostzealous mlll mstzealous I
zealous zlllou partisans pnrt anlmd and that thlt if he h is II elected electedAmericanism cicciId cicciIdAmlrinl electedAmerioani410
Americanism Amlrinl m and Christian Christlau democracy will willdoubtless wil wildoubllR8 willdoubtless
doubtless doubllR8 como to the front frontIlci j jThe i11t
The 11t Ilci correspondent excludes from the theposslblo thepossllh
posslblo Popes Popel Cardinals Caruinall Capecylatro CapecylatroKlchelmy CaIc apecelat apecelatItIelici lalr lalrleulmy I
Klchelmy leulmy ItIelici iii and Ild Svampa Slpn but includes Inlud is Car Cardinnls Cardlnnls ar ardlnnk
dinnls ill I Pietro Prisco Ir co Sarlo arlo and all Bacilieri BacilkriIi acilri i IIWll
I Illal
11111 Ii i i ILATIROX 1d1IW jJ1ITIJUNEXPiMDIi jJ1ITIJUNEXPiMDIielllll EXPLODED EXPLODEDWoman JxIIomm I II
Woman llal elllll Terribly Irrrlbl Iliirnnl Ilrml While 1110 hhle intnrr intnrrSrlMlrallnK Estiu EstiueIrIIestlnp Inl a
SrlMlrallnK 1 11 rltal I I Iron Filled Fltl With W Ithi ianolene GasoheneooIItucsrOVN ianoleneCooiKiisrowN a oltn oltnCeOIIIrOWN j
CooiKiisrowN CeOIIIrOWN N Y July 31 31In In her Ilr IlrIXCilIInl hiorxeitenctnt I Iexcitement
excitement IXCilIInl over fi n 1 blaze hl1O caused cauHld caused by h qn I ex exploHloii cxof
ploHloii plu luh of gasolene ga olon Mlss 118t MaryMugoo Mlry Mary Mlglo Magec of ofWorcester ofWorC ofWorcester
Worcester WorC IIInli near here he dashed dnslld n gallon Kilon bottle bottleof 1tto 1ttouf
of the I he liquid lquid on 1 tho thl I he floor foor Inan Inl In aa instant instantshe Inllnli Inllnlihn instant1ci
she hn 1ci was WIK a I mass of flames Oll Her He body was wasterribly WR wasterribly
terribly Ilrrihly burned hunlld before btOf assistance IUBlstaeo arrived arrivedSim arrl vl1d vl1dShull vedSht 1
Sim Shull Is in a precarious prcoriout conditionwith con condition ltun wlh wlthc chance chnn chanccstuiIWer j
At the time of the theaccident theatithint
howfiver hlwwr of recovery recry 1m 111 111alilmt
accident alilmt she hl was wal in the tl laundry Jluliry of the thehoiiso t I Ii Iihouis
hOI hoiiso ironing Ironlnl a selfheating Hlfhlling eel fheat lug iron being beingused 1ln 1ln1tl g glist
used list 1tl I The rh h contents cmteutl of the tll t lie jron jllf iron In II iiiway siimi siimiway Iml Imlway <
way Ignited Itntt and alt caused Cnllllllll the t he explosion
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I STAND BY SAM PARKS AGAIN AGAINrsESMiTus AGAINi
i
I rsESMiTus fJIrl TWIN nowx 1mrv iOIFVIR1JITRIT1OV THE THEA TiE TiEt
I A t IR1JITRIT1OV RRITRA TRiTW TIOX A MWE MWEI IGflEiUEXi IGflEiUEXitiara a REE NEXT NEXTThen
I
i Then 1lrn a Yrlllnc II rrovul ro1 Carry lrr Mrry ParKi Pari anil anilMcCarthy 111 111I slid slidMcCarthy
I McCarthy Iearll 10 the Street l rrrt on Their TheirShouldersOnly TheirShOhultIersfluul tlr tlrShllllrrOnl
ShouldersOnly ShllllrrOnl t he hI Tour I olr Hole Holei Dolegates
i gates Will 1 Confer With Wlh Kmployrri KmployrriSam Implo EunploysrsSamua
I Sam Parka 1lrks anti nlc his hl entertainment enlerolnmont com committee cm cmmlth cornniitteo ¬
mittee mlth again won a I victory at last lat nights nightsmeeting nightsmeeting
meeting mpelng of time HoiisesmitliB 10lfmitlw and Ind Bridge Bridgemens Bridgeten Bridgemacns
I mens ten Union Ullol In Maennerchor Jaenntrchor Hall Ual Fifty Fiftysixth Flty Fltysith Fiftysixth
sixth sith street near Third awnue anul Tho Thoj Themeeting
j meeting mctlng voted 0111 almost almOt unanimously unlfmouly to toreject tothe toI
I reject the arbitration arbiration agreement of tho thoemploYII theI
I I employers emploYII association associationIl oloiatol
I It also reaffirmed rlafmfJ Its is action of lost week weekin weekin
in refusing to appoint appollL a committee 01 seven seventyfive RcenIyfe seventyfivo ¬
I tyfive Iyfe to confer cOltpr with th the Iron 1101 League Leagueand Iuglt iMtigiPand
and again directed dlrlcll the Ih four walking dele delegates 1110 1110gale dejagat
gates gale gat to call tlupol upon the Executive Extcute Committee Committeeof Commltto CommlttoIf
of If tho league 1paglo todiiy todiiyPresident I todcyireskieuit ola y ylrtBidllL
President lrtBidllL Neidig reidi of the union uniol who is il an anuittlParkFi 11 ancmiitiIarloe
uittlParkFi IltParllA man mal was there tllr but his Influ Influence hfl iuuthiceduce ¬
educe PICO was wnl nil ni Parks was wa carried I nil I out of thin thohall UII thinhail
hall hal on 01 the shoulders houlu rl of his friends frilldl as was wasalsr wal wasalso
also all > Tom om McCarthy M nlthy rthy tho t hum other ulhll ot hcr indicted indictedwalking Ildltell Ildltellwulking indictedwalking
walking delegate delegateParks dtloglte dtlogltePalkl chdegnteParks
Parks Palkl and Illl his hiI committee ctumduui lllilI it tro followed flo ftIio 11 I by byIt Icyt y yI
It I t 1 entire Oral i li Park 111tM Pa rk ontinguil Ihl u c iUgCi I Mere c can 10 among amongtin umOII umOIIlifL U fliongi
tin i I e Iit1 lifL Ii tst arrivals Ild11 and quickly quick ly rushed ruwd rtac lied up upstairs upltulrK upstairs ¬
stairs ltulrK to Lice tlo meoting mf tlg hull IUII on oh tho third floor floorFor nOlI floorFor
For J or about abOlt half ati 11 hour the stairways lailwRt were wereblwck wenhluek wereliaijk
blwck with wih men crowding in The TIl room roomwill 1011
will wi 1 ill sent 111 10 dOO 00 There Thcle wero nearer 111 l2oo 12V men menpat mneuiI I Ipl
pat pl I i ed e into int it itTho itfho itlice
lice board bon Id of governors govlrorl of the Ihl employ employers mployer ¬
ers er rs association a Mcllton which was wci 1 us IL interested interestedin inlrlltod inlrlltodil
in il Ii the thl tIc outcome IHtom of tho meeting mllIIK as at > the tl thi work workers workprl workers ¬
ers prl themnolves tmmillel made lade sure ur that there th m was wasample WUI WUIampl wasaumapte
ample police lo protiiction protmton and ulI kept in touch touchwith totwhwith touchwith
with the proceedings prledinKH Captain Tigho of oftho oftho ofthe
tho East FHt Fiftyfirst ifyfltL street strft station was Wil on onhand onhand onhand
hand eaily tly with ten In or twelve 111 uniformed uniformedm uniormcd uniormcdIn
m In n Half a dozen dozn detectives delecl8 in plain plainclothes plnil plnilcol plainclothes
clothes col he were cr also olf around aroundProsidi AroundIrol11 aroundProshi
Prosidi Irol11 ut it t N rldl Nldig Idig who was WIR nxpccted ixpted to tostart tohtarl toutart
start a movement 10yemtnl in favor Illor of signing lilrihl the theagreement th thnlreemlt theagreement
agreement nlreemlt is neutral nellml Ho lo mrde a speech speechir prchiI
ir I > whicn luon ho denieil tlelied that that he II had any IIY inten intention Intl hucUuction ¬
tion of causing cauKil1 a I split splt in il the union un unicmml I
1 am UI prepared to go tilt tl way the union unionjoes ulin ulinI unionplOS
I joes nes lu h itS said Hall M 1 am Al not here her to lead leaduny hadIUIY leadany
IUIY any split Ipit I am al am president of the Ihf union unionand unlnII uniontucd
and II my place is II with ltll it I a the union 11101 no 10 matter matterwhat lulltel lulltelwhAL licattorwhat
what way It votes votesThn votesIhcl ote ote1h
Thn 1h letter from frm mmii the Iron Irot League IIIIUe urging urgingall urglll
all al tho 1 ho members lelbrl to attend utou the tti meeting meetingnnd mtttwg mtttwgnnd nicetingand
nnd to tOi to UM > their thp Influence ltleIC to get ge a 1 commltUtt commltUttof commltt counniliteof
of Mveutyllve YI ltJlle inemberH temlJi a appointed to tomeet toIpct touncut
meet Ipct ti tO reprisentatives replltat of t tho lie Iron lrol rota I lolgue lolguewas Loaguewas oague oaguewas
was read rud and received rtrivlt with Jeers JeersParks jtrl Jeersiarks
Parks Parl1 mude made sevoril sewrl speeches poehl In II which whichhe whichh lieu lieulie
he h urged the men not lot to sign gn the th agree agreement Iglm Iglm1llt agreeuicent ¬
ment 1llt He If wn wns received recllll each < ich timo lrnl tin with withshouts withIhoul withshotctc
shouts Ihoul led 11 by I ii the t I entertainment 11rtalntllent 10111 10111IIUItI < om ommittie Quanilttt
mittie nilttt e In ono of his hi hpueches liw II lii said saidThev lIaicIhev saLtTlcev
Thev talk about onumati power in inlabor ill1I01 icclabor
labor 1I01 but we w ain lighting agRln against t oie oieman ol ouens e e1IlJn
man ns mc power I in capital capita I o are fighting fightingJ fight leg legJ
J J J M Cornell president of the Iron league lecgtlewho Je leaguewho Clle Cllewho
who W i is its t otltfiuali powiir PO V Ve are al not notilKhting notII notcightiag
ilKhting II htin the tha Amerloau Bridge lIr lIKo Comjiariy omumpulcy or orj ori ori
i anx 1 mul 11 corporation corporationi corporationfaiks
i Parks went on to say that ho would never neverstiircl nlorSill mievemstiiei
I
stiircl Sill for tho tll arlil irbilrtitloti lrbitr nc tlon agreement agreementNoithcr llttPlUelltI mugreeuumeuctNeittmer
I Noithcr voiild oumld tIe ho union lie lieleved lielevedWe ItH lIt lItI d dWe
We have h ve our lJUIlIgrt agreumcnt TllInt with the em Bmploycrs emItlyer emplayers
I players Itlyer for two y yr cirs l beginnifig ht labt > l May Mayno Ma tlay1w
no ho went r na > i referrlrjc refemrim to the agieemont agieemontwith arf 3reemcuctitul tm > Il
I with itul thj tic Nr Vrrlmial rhenal l5woclitlon < of ntructural ntructuralTh tiuetumalirouc
irouc lIinhifitetiumeiii lIinhifitetiumeiiiThe InuflllhlnI InuflllhlnITh
Th The Iron LesRiitj lt > 9 1II is Irvine Inin to backslido backslidonnd llackoilidIIIII lekhidetutu
nnd tutu get1 g I nut of thnt aureeiuLiit but it wont wontdo wtycttic
IIIII do If we sign HI II tlus tI arbitration agieeiiient agieeiiientit
it will nullify me hl tlicr onu onuMorn onuM onuMI onu1lrC
Morn Hptoches rc cllltI wer made and then a ashow nhow ashow
I show of a hfliufo was tnkwi on II tin rejictiiin rejictiiinboth Ijl rejetiiiutIijt < iull iullloot
both loot II of the propoition PlOpl ltlon of the tIc Iron Iagut Iagutmid isemgumcI taglll taglllhHI
I mid of tli I lit nrhitiatluu a ricitra t luut agrpenuiit di It Iti It1l1koll Itlckcil
i looked as if every ont 0cc voted for rejection rejectionTlna rljtotunI
I Tlna Ih with v it I chefrs a I resolution resold ion was UII carried carriedrpnomtlujj ca rriftl rriftlrppiint
I rpnomtlujj rppiint hag h hl four walking 1l1kln deliKites Llclt > 111I to loell toI todI
I dI ell I I on cm I the I lie Imn 1 ic League Iea g tie Intteai III tla of a i comma coniii commaittM
ii 111 ittM > Utei > of > tlnllhl vt ntvHve email to inform tho thoIioague thuI liiiI
Iioague I JIgUl of tin decision of the union unionParks utliollIlIlk miiilomc1cik
Parks > was IhTi I liolst Iwlsted l on tilt Ih sliolild 4i llonl comikirs comikirsrf rs rsof rlof
of two t Ill of Ills 1ci rntii rfiid carrii carried t down the thei tiluIII thetitjtk4
uIII 10 tho i stfO his I eatrllJlItIIt ectertuirmmceuit P i iliiittet < lIt eon fHU1I11 eonbitt
liiittet 1I11 bitt om Bhouting siutoit Ing Whats ha I s the I Ice matter miami I er with withSHIH withHIl1 wit ii iiSani
SHIH HIl1 Parks ParksShortly P I1nrk4iintIy I
f Shortly after ILttl11litilt lltile IlL he Tim McCarthy tcCart liv livhug look looking hl ¬ I Iinj
hug very ery uiieomfoi table was rurritd lurll down downtl I
tl I I ii > stnirH Stici rid In ullll tue t ae Miinu sam no way He H I 1 got 1m lost t In Inth inthe h ii iithe
th the shutTle 810 U 1I1t but Parks Ii uks Will riirricd Ca rrict up to toriftyniiith IIIliftYlIilll Ii IiI
riftyniiith I lit yuiima I 1 street et rvt along mu Third ttc I ru avenue avenueThen 1IInUtJlwn a venueheit
Then heit he It WHU ciirrifd cmi rrid buck 1 lo 0 UIR I hp hall I this thislime IloiHtllI1 t I is isI
lime tllI1 I I cue on lit I time IIP shouUinrs of if one giant il1nt followed followedIV
IV a yelling crowd crow Parks is I so o thin t that thattho thlltIho thatI
tho I lie big man who raniwr ca rm ir liim li mat trotted I rotl td up uptlie liptit impt
tlie tit t Iti stairs Tim ewcmivo elllIi board of the theunion th thIInion t ii iituniomi
union afterward am lemwari I held h IIII1 a meeting ucuct lug to I o instruct instructthe Inlltmrtthl I natluetI
the I Ice four delegates as 10 what to say ay to tlm tlmYo Ih IhIron I hat hatIron
Iron rroIgIIO rroIgIIOI
Yo CD tiui 1111 n H sit I y wild litl oi Oue > of the house housesmiths hOUNIIlIIlIh housesmcmL
smiths smcmL Im that I I mat President Jid nt Neislli elI cut no more morefigure rilordifigmmr
I
figure at1 ut thn I h meeting tliiin I hcc ui a L fly We 1 lis listened 1111tlIII I is isteuitMi ¬
tened tlIII II lo him I luI Ut Sams Iall Mm Ih t is renl n rem I thing thingThe IhlncTh a Icing1ha
The Th bond of governors of Iheemployeri Iheemployerinwociiitftin Ihl thternploversa > elnplorpr
nwociiitftin ll socimt en will meet n1f t today todll to tot i c on the HieuiiospoeMl the11I1Orpfllo I he heI
uiiospoeMl I mmmo is td turn tum in of niT tT im I rs in th t Im > iron work workers 110111forI corkera ¬
ers < agaIn rejecting the overtures of the theJron tltehon liceI
hon I iOfl League fi gim
II1H RtIIl1lU ROhhitEittirA HECAPTIREn HECAPTIREnCneArtuiMl
CneArtuiMl Unr tirA 1111111 Penprrailo 11 llrracln Shot anil Hill i III louie lnseOne Io f
One 011 of Ills Legs lrisLEAVRSWORTII IrssLFA Legs1EAvrwonrmr
LEAVRSWORTII LFA YISI rtl Kan ami July 11 Ben IIEIIBtalneLl W WStarnoa tvStances
Stances ullaw Slratton the onearmed onearmedtrain onearmedtlalll onearmedtrain
train robber was brought back to his hi old oldcell oldell oldcell
cell ell at the Federal penitentiary this morn mornIng mornin mornIng
Ing in after afl r an absence of nine days He Heis Hei lieis
is i under under a lift sentence Starnes 8tarn was wasrecaptured AI AIrecaptured aarecaptured
recaptured n few miles mll li from Lexington LIxingollJU1cllon LexingtonJuictlon LexingtonJunction
Junction early this morning morningDeputy morningOcputy mnorningDcpcity
Deputy Warden Lemon and the guards guardsbelieved guardsbelieved lIard lIardheliepd
believed they were wI ro ahead of Starnes nnd nndwiJchcd IIndItCblfl mintisrutchiul
wiJchcd the cross roads roads leading to south southwent lIuuthwat southsvt
went Missouri I1I lIourl At I oclock this 1 morn morning mOI1In mnoruiIrag ¬
ing In a linn was WL semi coming down the thoroad thlrOld theroad
road toward I them I They fhp called a I hall hallbut huhlint
but the man dropped to his knees and they Ihl Ihlheard
heard the click of a gun Anderson fired firedand tlrl1anti firedanti
anti tho bullet struck I ruck Stamen between betweenthe hltwpNIthe lietweonthe
the hip and knee and ranged downward downwardshattering dowllwnrdElhltterlngthe dowuawartishattering
shattering Elhltterlngthe the bone and corning out closa closato ciooto
to tho ankle The leg f1t will itl be amputated amputatedStarnes amJlllllltldSlarnA anaputmitedStarimes
Starnes was serving n life sentence for forholding forholdlnp forholding
holding up a pannenger train singlehanded singlehandedHe
He stuffed et uiaTetl tho empty sleeve 1IU > t0 of ofhif his lci > coat colltlth colltlthl1taw with withstrav it I Istuav
strav fastened fOi > lellcti n revolver to tho cuff and andwith andwith antiwith
with a pistol in his one hand overawed the thetrain thotrnill thetrain
train crew crewMURDER crewUVllmm crewliVIfIEif
MURDER CLl Li E l IS J iPLAIXEI iPLAIXEIWoman 1 LXILt UInomlln IXEI IXEIounan
Woman omlln Tells About bOIlI ninoily mllod Clothe Iotht Found FoundAfter I Fonnutuler ollntl ollntlfltr
After fltr the Ilohtiry lIoxhllr Awftiilt AwftiiltMrs tsssuullMrs 81111111 81111111lrs
Mrs lrs E Jo C Taylor superintendent of lh lhNorth Ihrorlh lime limeNorth <
North Now ill York branch of the Ih Womens WomensChristian W01II01I8Chrl6111111 WonmensChirlstlmtic
Christian Temperance Union went to the theAlexander theAlexander limoAiexanmier
Alexander avenue police station lost night nightand III amightanti ht htIIlId
and cleared up III the I ho mystery my tIY surrounding surroundingtho
tho finding of a bundle of bloodstained bloodstainedgarments bloodI bloodstaldgarments < taiuOII taiuOIIgarmlmts
garments at tho foot of Lincoln avenue on onJulv onJul onJuly
July B BThp 0fhl 11rll
Thp rll rliithes > wore found iOlln on the day dayafter dAYaftr dayafter
after the murder munl murder of Charles Roxbury and andthe an anth andthe
the th detectives tried hard for fc t few days daysto thoysto
to connect the clot 11111111 hen in uortw way svnt with withthat WII withthmut h hthill
that crlmn crlmnfeMre trI rimniMrs
1 feMre Mrs lr Taylor Bait that Mildmd Mllldrun Mllldrunwho Mlhidrunwho lilldrunwho
who was employed at Rulttmio Hospital Hospitaltold lIolpitldlolal HospitaltoLl
told her that the clothes wen hers hersThe hellIThn hersIhin
The woman was struck on the head lila while whileIn whnIII
In a miloon Mrs Taylor wild and her cloth clothing clothIrt clothtrig ¬
trig Irt was wa covered with wl h blood She 81 returned returnedto
to the hospital whore she had her wounds woundsInused woundlIIrllIlIot wountlmtclrcscieti
Inused according to Mrs Taylor and nndgot andiol antigot
got other wearing wlILrlll apparel Then she shestarted lhlIIllIrtpd sheutmcrted
started for the home of her sister carry carrying carnll1lt carryleg ¬
leg the ho bloodstained hittisI mu uaed garments ga rments In a buinlln buinllnand IIUIII1AIIml Iuumufleand
and thinw them away AWa because she he feared fearedthey fennlltlilY feareit
they t hev would cause suspicion
CROWD FALLS INTO RIVER RIVERHrldRe RlVImUrldlte RIVERflrltIe
HrldRe Gives w WilY y at PortlandThree PortlandThreeHotllr IorlisnuiThreelIo4le
Hotllr Iterovernl IterovernlPOIITUND RetovrrrtllOIlTIAND flecovereulIonmANn
POIITUND Ore July 31 1I0er Over lOll 100persons lOlller hOtPersons
persons ler Ons were rrt thrown into Willamette River Riverthin nherthlA Riverthis
thin afternoon by tho breaking of the span spanof spanof panof
of a bridge but nearly J11 nrly all were rescued rescuedwith rflclledwith rescuedwith
with small boats How many were em drowned drownedIs
Is 1111101 not yet known but three bodies have been beenrecovered boonrecovered beenrecovereti
recovered Scores of people were hurt hurtby hurtby hurtby
by falling limber timberThoullllnds timbersThousands limberThousands
Thousands of people hid congregated congregatedon congregatedon
on the bridge to watch teh Clarence Lutz an anarmless 011armlC8S anarmless
armless man swim tho river riv > r which in inabout illobout isabout
about throecighthfl throoci htll of a mile wide The Thepeople Thepeople Thispoplo
people crowded against the railing of the thepassenger thepsInger thepassenger
passenger track of the bridge which U an anold anold anold
old one of wood woodJust woodJust woodJust
Just after Lutz reaped the shore a small smallportion IImnliPOltiOIl smallportion
portion of the walk gave gill way and precipi precipitated preclpllaltd precipilateci ¬
tated tho people onto a boathouse moored mooredunder rnooletlUlIIICI mooredunder
under the bridge Many people slid off offthe offtht 0thI
the I las hnllllwUllo boat house into the ilvcr a hut nearly ail ailwere ailWIIIC all allwere
were picked pichldlll up by small boats III I ho vicinity vicinityihi
1 ihi 1 hi dead are Minnio Raymond aged aKodLoWIJ
18 1 Lottie Cameron I1I1I1ron aged agtellfI in an unidentified unidentifiedboy ullldollUftedboyl1Xrd unidentifiedboy
boy boyl1Xrd ertl iK d 15 It is feared that others wero weroi wero1ronecl
i Irovncd but looaiino of tho crowd it is isiinH 111ill1lk1lh1t s siml1lkiiiIiie
iinH ill1lk1lh1t > ii lbli to eft accurate returns Many Manystrangers MallYshlInglrs itlamuytitrangers
strangers were WII In the city cityKISHIXKFF cUrKISIIIWIl cityhijIIiVEFl
KISHIXKFF RIOTERS IX J JAIL JAILTwrntjs tnTnto 1 ilL ilLTweiitteec
Twrntjs Tweiitteec VMi ttI Senltnml < i anil Korlyflv KorlyflvOthers Iorln IorlnOIhrrs iortfletihers
Others < Arc re Awaltlnc atllllii Trial TrialSpecial 1rlolI lrIaiSpecaS
Special pec1 1 Cutilt lt1 tmtito 1 lltspiitcn la Q Tux SCK SCKBERIIK Ht HtJlEftlIN Ic7 Ic7BErnIN
I
BERIIK July 31 31Mrl Mrs R II Savage Savagewho HaA Savagewho e ewho
who went to Kishiien KI hillltr lo visit her daughter daughterwhose daughterI tlaughmterwlmcse
I whose husband is the local marshal of ofnobility ninobility ofnobility
nobility now writes to a Breslau newspaper newspaperthat newfI1aperthat newspaperthat
that twentyseven of the rioters havo been beencondimirud beenclIRllllIInu beencuntlomunctl
condimirud to penal servitude for terms termsvarying trmsnrylilit termsvaryicig
varying from two months to n year yearFortyfive yearFirtyflve ear earI
I Fortyfive f others are awaitln awaItIng trial triali trialMrs
i Mrs Savages daughter hid about forty fortyfugitives fortyfogitvcs
fugitives flll titI in the cellar of her rceklonoo rceklonoobut rC6IdlIl00hul reaiticnootaut
I but her servants bagged b g ld that the refugees refugeesbe
be b turned out lest the mob attack time thuI Ih IhIIIU timehouse
I house houtMrs IIIU houseMuit <
Mrs 1114 Savage HIIII > I says that I hmit nobody Ilobol in Kishl Kishlneff mshlnllf Kishineif
neff douMs that the massacre rual lIle was wa directed directedfrom uirectftlCron1 directedfromiu
from St Petersburg The Governors Governorshands 1oVtmlolhnlltll Governorshmaumds
hands were tiod and ho h Icc could do nothing nothingImmediately nothingTmtllclllalily nothmimgInmnuedlately
Immediately after tho massacre 1IIf 8afI of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which ho was nn unwilling spectator Gov Govvon Co CoYIU Goimc
von imc Haabcn hastened to St Petersburg J and andasK amidashtl
asK ashtl < d an audience of the Czar CZ I Although Althoughas
as Governor of Kiithlntff l 1m h had ha the right rightof rightof
of nmli mitiinctc ncu nc on important occasions OCC ltI nil ho did didnot dltllint diiimint
not succeed lUCI I in ii reaching his hi Majfbly MajfblyMrs MajtstyMrs Iajt y ylIra
Mrs Savage confirms the reports that thatthe thatI thattime
the I hI massacrrt nUltJfJa r cnuld have hn 0 been easily pre prevented 1 prtemcted ¬
vented 1111 She says 11 that one 011 officer and andthrew andtlm andI
threw tlm I > 1 soldiers kept k llI thirty or 1 forty fnll of the therioters IherlohllI therioters
rioters back backIt
It t is j tlio t ic general opinion in KivhinofT KivhinofTthat Ki lichcinelTthat hin1T hin1Tthat
that till Government hopes by encourag encouraging tIIIOIllnging neolurmigiucg ¬
ing persecution of the Jews to divert at attention altOlltlol attaitiomi ¬
tention from nihilism nllllll < m and socialism socialismThe IocllliitemIhl
The pat however will iII nut succeed succeedWhen HUCl sucwdhcemi I IWhptI
When hcemi tils Ill I lie people Imve lun tasted blood and andplunder 111111phlllltr amidplunder
plunder the th Russian HUs iall aristocracy will be hi hidanger 1cmdamu
danger damu er Mi IIJOc1 i r u live
TWO SHOT llD1 l IV MKFKSPOHT III Imi1OII1 RIOT RIOTIlj ItW ItWJIIiIIllIlcri if 111 1111135tuaulers
Ilj JIIiIIllIlcri tiiilvr < Ulio Were Wntthhu > Vati > liliiK Till Ill lie llrtwrrn 11 11I lieI
twrrn I wlrn Strikers and acid onltltllll onl iilon Men MenMcKEKsPOliT heatMcKasuoutr Itll ItllI1u
McKEKsPOliT I1u IOIr Ia July ilA 11 riot oc ocfiuied I Iulltd ccui
fiuied ui tti toliibt between IlIt wetll Cei the I he tin ii a strikers strikersand HlrlklIIIU1
and IU1 It uid nonunion ucomiiri ion men on ono of the 111 t ti principal principalbusiness princlplIlJ1Iill princi 1111 1111limsiuiss
J1Iill business H streets and one man m n was l fatally fatallyshot fllllllyIjhut fatallyicot
shot icot whllo hilll another puol her was mad a cripplu for forlife forlif forhitr
life lif Both were tII bystanders and hril hmr ci no noronncrtiori noOmcucCt
ronncrtiori OmcucCt crc with tit I t the t lit strike itt ll The injured injuredare inja lied liedam
are u am Juftih Muml cmployew of the tubo tubowoikf IlihoIll tuuisviii
woikf Ill viii I k slioi in tho I lao buck John Cameron CameronHinploywi OUII cammeromc cammeromcsmmuliloyte IUn IUnflIIploI
Hinploywi of than Wood Sheet iiet Mills ml shot in inthe InI isattm
the I ttm he knee kneeTwo kneeivo I
Two nonunion macni I Ii I iOI c men diaries 1 ma rtt King KIII K immg and andAlfred alltlAfrttI a uctI uctIAfrtth
Alfred Dolloi tired the th sloli 11101 tots < iiul aro locked lockedin
in the t he pollvi ohIet tiWUon 1I11 t4ttum 11II Whi tl hili ci he the I lie prisoners prisonerswere prilollerWII
were WII being token tmu letc to tt tho jail jllillhl the mob of 01htlki 3 3btrlkiis ipo ipotrIkoM >
btrlkiis threatenwl thrtl lln1 to lake time prisoners prisonersfrom Prisonersfromum
from the I lie officers dI ctrtllinll and a ntl for a timo tllll t mite llie t lie sitim sitimtlon slUmstiicc < Itlllltilln
tlon seemed tllWW serious seriousThe 4erluuitll Iri u uIhl
The ll te flfdil Ktartflil st au I while xtrikurs t ri itaus were at attenij altptll attmci
tptll tmci tenij lint a tni to get et tin t lu nonunion imoitti mu iou men to I U stop stopon NtOponll
on onll lliHhtrift 1ii hlTpt a nil mci 1 debute dieiiLt Ic UuHtrikf III t ilL tll rikt situmi situiition situiitionwhen itlll1tlollhII t iomm iommsiwn
when hII it l II1I1tiI Is said King Kill drew a allulland gun and fired firedThe IIwdTht firothlice
The injured men were on their way wa from fromwork fromWIll frumlvtmk
work WIll and nntlllHIlloppClI mc in I hul stopped st oppet I to I 0 see ee the I hI nonunion nonunionmen
men pans 11n from the mills millsMayor milltIYOI talusMayor
Mayor Falkenstein o < who u ho is absent from fromthe fromth fronctict
the th city has been telegraphed 1lp lalhd by citizens citizensto eiti cit inns innsto enH
to return and restore order orderHOTII OldtIIW1 ortlerlifE
HOTII lifE HAD FRACTURED SKULLS 1110
Two lien tYlin lit I Were rll Snpposril at Mrs r51 to toMe I II olie
Me Drunk lilt III In HoxpltalN HoxpltalNCoroner IIIIHllltnlNtllollpr lloiqihlnlsoromier
I
Coroner tllollpr Drown has directed the police of ofI ofthll ofthme
I the Leonard IoI1 nl street station to Investigate Investigatethe
the circumstAlices of the death df < > llllt of John JohnMonahanwho IohnIonahanwho JohnMnnahanwho
Monahanwho was WII removed Irnurtllo to the Hudson Hudsonstreet UlltlonIIlnet hudsonstreet
street hospital yesterday I telday morning after afterhe afterhe afterhe
he had been locked up on a charge of in intoxication illtoxicution imitoxicadon ¬
toxication Monahan was a laborer and andlived andUnd andhivttl
lived at 100 Washington street 1111 He was wasfound WillifOllnl1 wasfound
found in mi the I lie Chambers street em reet ferry IIOUSH IIOUSHby hllllSb hmtuseby
by b Policeman Lewis who thought he was wasasleep lURallecp as asasleep
asleep Tho man was locked up 11 on a charge chargeof
of intoxication and it soon became apparent apparentthat nppnronLthaI apparentI
that I hat ho 1 < was WII very ery ill Ho died iiie < i ihortly lOrly after afterhis aflorhl afterhits
his hl removal remuvulll1lhe totlie to a ice hospitalanditwasfoiind hospitalanditwasfoiindlater hOHpilaJarHIHwB imospilal anti it was fount follnllluler fountimmter
later that hii ici skull wfs fractured fracturedWilliam fracturedtililamn
William 11110111 Shepherd who had been in the al alcoholic 111cohollcwllrtl iiiceimohic ¬
coholic cohollcwllrtl ward of theHradford thl t ice Ilrmiciforl llIlIfonllitrlOt street at re 1 hospital hospitalBrooklyn ho hospitalBrooklyma pital pitalBrooklII
Brooklyn for thirty I hlrl days was found after afterdrath aftrclralh afterchratim
drath t tll have suffered from a fractured fracturedskull frncl fracturedskuli u
skull 1 and Magistrate Magi1 rate Furlong has deter determined determmriecl ¬
mined to ascertain how it was that Surgeon SurgeonJonesof Surgeon1011CM
Jonesof 1011111 of thehospital I he hoplt Ill Dr Hall of the alcoholic alcoholicward alcohollcwitId alcoholicwcirtt
ward and Dr John T Fitzgerald the super superintendent iluptrintendent superinttndent ¬
intendent did not discover the fact until untilthere untilthtrA uuctilthere
there had been he l1 a postmortem postmortemShepherd pOlltmorlmShcphlrd postmortemShepherti
Shepherd was wa a boatman of Ctimaraie and andhe an anhe amidlie
he was ali sent cn to the hospital after a row with withanother wllhanolher witlcanother
another boatman Adolphus Chive on June
21 21 Shepherd was unconscious IInIOn jUR thirteen thirteenhours lhirtctumhours
hours after the th row He H hunch hOllnler never been beenublo htIIIublo beenable
ublo to make maktan an antemortem statement statementFIRED statement1IIWI
FIRED OX O I1V THE AMEHUAX FLAG FLAGTonne FIOI
Tonne i IIUI15 Canadian Ohjroletl < l to II llclng llclngPlarfil lJelnlrPIRtt1I iteingPineed
Plarfil Above 11011 the Inlon nloll lack lackteuKViMti JackHtIv JaoicBLiitvIiJE
teuKViMti HtIv Oat July 31When 3 31 Whln the thesteamer thoflllumll I lie liesteminwi
steamer Vuruna went Into Trenton floating floatingtwo oatlnlttwu
two flags the Union Jack and Stars and andStripoBon on onRtripolIon andStriposomi
StripoBon her main flagstaff 1l11t taff which roaches roacheshigh rellChellhigh reaclioshIgh
high above tho wheelhotiBo some young youngnun younRJIlln youngzIitn
nun protested against the United States Statesflag HIattslIa6 Statesltaghcavimmg
flag ltaghcavimmg having a higher hcighierpositlon position than tho Union UnionJack UnionJllck UnionJack
Jack Their protests not being heeded hoedadone IlIIedAdone heededone
one of them secured a rifle and fired several severaluliots 1I0velalholl severalshots
shots at thu th flagstaff on which tho United UnitedSlates UnlltHitell UnitedSlates
Slates Hap jln fl flew and then the emblem was washauled WBShauled washauled
hauled down downThe delWI1fhl hOwl hOwlFlit
The Flit Vartina had Just come from the theThousand thefhlltllland thelhctummsand
Thousand Islands in which locality both bothflags bolhtlllg bothflags
flags ate shown shownSprclnl shownSpetil hownpfcl
Sprclnl pfcl l IIor 1I0nn rninn Train to Saratoga NnrntoaICIIHM HjrlolltH Saratogalssrm
ICIIHM ltH Umnil Uran Central Cnlr Station ilIA linn At t 110 11111 I 10 P M Sun Sunrtiu lIund Sundm
d dm rtiu Aiie3arriveSiMtoiiinboutHnOorluck tici 111 2 arrIve Sarataa about IlO Oclock Aitt itfrp rtr
p s Mpgj p s LAS s
LITTAUER NOT EXONERATED EXONERATEDnis
Ills LAwynas WILL 1 APPEAR PEill TO TODAY TOIJt TOIAV
DAY IJt r TO 0 DKFKXD DFI D DCllrllncton 11131 11131Unrllnclon IlIiGsrhington
Unrllnclon Hrportnl Only Onl the Tnlliiiony TnlliiionyHe TtfIlon TtfIlon1If
He Took TookJUcltrll liiiltte Ailvocato Generals CcneralOpinion CeneralOpInion GeneralsOpinion
Opinion to lie Hubmltlnl Toil ToilSaid TotillSaid Tolay TolaySaid
Said to lie InfuvorMile to Ilttauer IlttauerWAHniNOTOv 1lttallrrWARRINGTON LittanerVARRINOTON
WAHniNOTOv July 31 31An An authorized authorizedstatement authorized8tatemcIIL authorizedstatement
statement made at the th War Department Departmenttoday Deportmenttoday Departmenttoday
today is that there is no warrant for the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that Representative Llttauer Llttauerhaa LiUouerhM Llttauerhu
haa been exonerated from all complicity complicitywith complicitywith complicitywith
with Edmund R Lyon In regard rtsatl to the thecontracts thecOlltrocts thecontracts
contracts made with Lyon by the Quarter Quartermasters QuartermOHter Quartermntisters ¬
masters Depart Department men t for the purchaao purchaaoof o oof
of gloves and gauntlets for the army armySecretary armySecrelory armySecretary
Secretary Root has completed a prelimi preliminary prtlImlnBry prehiminary ¬
nary examination of the report made by byCol byCol byCcii
Col E A Oarlington and late this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon it was referred to Judge JU gR Advocate AdvocateGeneral AlhoraleGlIerol Advocateieucerai
General Davis of the army for a Illlgul legal opin opinion 01111ion ¬
ion on the questions involved Secretary SecretaryRoot 8tcrotnryUoot ScretaryRoot
Root said lid this afternoon aflorsaotmjhat jhat Col darling darlington Garlington harhington
ton had not drawn any an conclusions c0l1clu 11I1I1I of his hisown hiRoIYn haleown
own and that his action in this respect respectWSH
WSH in complete accordance with his < in innt Inrtluclionl inmtructions
nt ructions and with his duties as Inspect Inspector InllpeclorOl1err41 Inspectortiemmeral or orlienernl
lienernl of the army armyll
ll I a is pointed out that t his t Col al 1 Girllngtnn 011 II I I ngl 1111 was wasi WI WImerely vesnmerely
i merely instructed to investigate and pre preRpnt pr prI1pnt 1resent
sent to the Secretary of War the facts an andisclosed 88cllsd asdisclosed
disclosed cllsd d by his investigation This Ccl CclGaillngtim C CclGauiingttin l l03111ngtol1
Gaillngtim has done and nothing more moreIt moreIt moreIt
It is learned that there is no warrant warrantwhatever wurronLwhatepr warrantwhatever
whatever for the assumption that Seer Becretury Seertilt Hecretiary
tury tilt Root hah hut made up his lii mind that thatRepresentative thAtIwpreHllllati thatltepresentativo
Representative V Llttauer was not at fault faultin rnullin faultin
in his hi connection Of > with Lyon On the con contrary contrlry contrtmry ¬
trary It Is declared very positively that thattlitoro thatthr thsattlcere
tlitoro is no intention to hid a legal and andtechnical andlechhioal andtechmmaioal
technical loophole by h which Littnuer il taur may mayescape mayepcapo mayescape
escape tin th oondoquenua of wrongdoing wrongdoingprovided wrongdoillltprolded wrongdoimmgprovided
provided there Is satisfactory proof that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the law has bean be n violated violatedRepresentative violatedRepresamatativo IobtedHepresontati
Representative 0 Littuuor has already en engaged enupd engaged ¬
gaged upd counsel to defend him before the theWar theWill theWar
War Department and today S Secretary flcretnryHoot Secretaryitoot cretary cretaryRoot
Root reoolvol a communication from from Kd Kdvard Edward ltlcard
ward Lauterbach of New NuwYorlc York and Judge JudgeMilburn Ju JudgeMitburn ge gelillJUrn
Milburn of Buffalo asking n kinll that l before > he hefinally hofillallr heflmaaiiy
finally passes 1 lIiI upon Representative Lit LlttmerK LlttmerKcalis tuners tunerscass
cass he give Io them a hearing hlrn in Mr Ir Lit Littauirs Iltta Littaurre
tauirs ta lIK behalf Secretary S ortary Root answered answeredthat nnllllrfJIIIhat nnswereiithat
that he 11 would receive them without delay delaynu delft delftnno
nu nno fixd t XIIIImorrow tomorrow morning at 11 1 1 oclock oclockas
as tho t ho hour when ll1n he would hear r them themIt t hemumIt
It is I believed hero that tlu Littnuer Littau > I was wasmade WIKmatle wasmaths
made acquainted several lIeera days ago go with tho thofact th thfmcct
fact that tho testimony taken by Col Car Carlingtun OalIIngtlln Carlingttnc
lingtun was not as favorable to him him as hi 1m 1mexpected h8ttpoctcc herpocted
expected and that the report revealed Commit somodisagreoubltt su sudilareellhl Commitiisagreemitile
disagreoubltt < features of his transactions transactionswith trlm tramuactloriswitic ActiOtili ActiOtiliwith
with Lyon that needed further explaining explainingto
to the Secretary of War ar 1pon first learn learning learnIIIIt loarmiImag ¬
ing of the nature natureof of Cal 01 Garlingtons report reporton
on the facts he engaged engage Messrs Lauter Lauterbach LAulelbalh Iaulembach ¬
bach and Milburn to represent him In any anysubsequent UIlYHuh auiyNLIIStclmiemct
subsequent Huh Ill1flIt proceedings proceedingsHooretary proeelIngsHoorltlry proceechimugsSecretary
Secretary Hoot will wlIllI receive ceiN tomorrow an anabstract nilahtracl au auhstract
abstract of the opinion of Judge Advocate AdvocntoOenwal AdvocateJelllral AdvocateIemaerai
Oenwal Davis on the legal features of the thecuss IhoClSt thincase
cuss The Saoretary already knows that thattills thattills ticatthaic
tills < opinion will Vl1110t not be favorable to Rep Representative U Reprcentatte 1 1r ¬
resentative r tllaUJe Littauer Persons le nll in the Waf 1
I Department DI rtment who have wen heen watching the theInvestigation IheIlIw dueiucestlgation
Investigation IlIw tI fllion closely pointed out today todaythat ludll ludlltllIIl tudatimat
that unless Gen Davis < had lId already nlr lIly formed formedui
ui Ul ojiinlontotheeffefct Ipinlon to 1I1f1 thltfect lTect that the law had been beenviolated bljeuvlulated beenvlclatetl
violated there would bo Ii no occasion for the thevisit thoI thevisit
visit I II of tho attorneys Altonw at torrceys representing lIprl nling Mr MrLittawer llrLittauel 1r 1rlittauer
Littawer This Ti however is i not the tll only onlyfoundation olilytoundatlon onlyfotumulation
foundation for fo the belief luld by War ar Do Doimrtment DIII iei1rtnient
imrtment I rtmenl ofll ontPr era that Col 01 GarllnntonM GarllnntonMsalen tJallIl11tonHlI Jarllngttirmssntemmmeuit
salen lI aeIUCIII iit of tho facts when considered consideredin ol ll itereel itereelIn
in connection conrt ctloll with wit h the I ho imi devilments rtUlllmtlItlllllllllelil rtUlllmtlItlllllllllelilJIlun and test testimony I Iimmomm ¬
mony JIlun will willhow show thut I Iho ttmeiawwas he law wcs violated violatedrviov violatetil
rviov 10 i IX wrviMin IHIJj PLOT PLOTMore lIOTItlre lLOTMore
More KthlcniT Ei hltlIl A tgctluit KlIII uliit 1 HIP Mlnere 11 II rr al alhloho atIttalic l llilnlm
lilnlm SirliiE SirliiEDKNVHB SllrllD tpriigsDaN
DKNVHB D DaN NR V mis Col l July 111 1 thy 31Evidence 3 I ElthlIlt Evii temite that thatIhc I hintI I Illac
I Ihc lii Idaho Springs Miners iI1icr I lIIIN it Union WHS 111 a Im Implicated himhiated ¬
plicated Iilaled in Mm tim dynamite plot has been beenfound hl11fOllnt beenfotmutti
found on the person plTI n of II E Gregory of ofthe ofIItA oft
the t lie Georgetown union now under nrrest nrrest1or prrestrOt a rrestfor
rOt tliivats I hrtut l to blow up the Sun And Moon Moonmines IItIUIImino Mcciimines
mines mino power plant planlAmong ploillAmonK plantAmnommg
Among his papers was a lulter from fromChlndler fromhindhl fromcihclmditr
Chlndler financial I wcretory scereta i of the Idaho IdahoSprings IdahoiplinKII ItlaicoSpmings
Springs Inlcin offering union funds and amiaid lIt1daiel andaid
aid aiel aid for the dynamiting tlyminmmitt immg of thoplent time plellL Other Otherevidence OIherevltlenco OtherC
evidence C incriminating inclim lmting imimt lumg the I Ice union ii mimic otlicors otlicorsand ottClIraInd t itlcorsand
and many meirbij has < lieen obtained ohlll net by bysweating h h1Snn livsweating
sweating 1Snn Gregory and Bute ejpreriidPtil ejpreriidPtilof explt idrj idrjot
of the body now in jail jailLeading JAil111ljlng jailleitilmmg
Leading citizens of Idaho Springs RIIill have havetaken hl1votakn himiv himivtahma
taken up IIJ ui tho th cane and in < t are developing developingdamaging dll1loin dll1loindlllUlIglnlt developingdamacaglng
damaging evidence against agnin t the Miners MinersUnion MinersUnion UnemUnion
Union As As a consequence member are arebeing AIIbeing arebeing
being ordered out of town townllnd and all trains trainsand trainflallLl trainsand
and vehicles Ihicl arriving ur are > > closely watched watchedto alChf1Ito
to see II that evicted men do not return returnnnd nl11rInno returnnmii
nnd to prevent officers of tho I he Western WesternFederation WtItfrnoplllrllllon tteqlerneileration
Federation of f Miners II lIIt from entering lIlerin the tliecamp theClllllp I li lica
camp campIt ca mop mopIt
It has also ao developed that Philip Fire Firethe Fir Firthp Firetics
the dynamiter who was found fOlln dead < after afterTuesday nftrfIJIReiy umfterFuesday
Tuesday fIJIReiy nights experience was not shot shotby llotb eliotby
by b a watrhmnn but was wa killed by some somoinissilo lomotI sometuaissfl
inissilo tI il which tore II > II through t hrotlh his body from fromneck fromlIelk franneck
neck to iibdoiuun iibdoiuunOISOV n abdonmenPDfS hdolll n nPIUiO
PIUiO OISOV HHllSKS l IV HKlK 1111101 1111101Tno ilIVrTwo < K KTno
Tno CanrK alr on Hie K EmIt s Slile SII SIllcPlflit > Julh 1ollce > Kn Sa
Its a Common olllmon ltr il < enKe enKeIn Ill euieIn f fIn
In front of the office of H D 1 Hanson Hansona
a veterinary ttprlllnr surgeon at 1W lf1 Eldridge Eldricl a street streetlira st Streetlits nOt nOt1i1R
lira the body of a horse Just around the thecorner thporner timecorner
corner la front of the I hI stable slubleof of drillV Bratt BrattSchneider BrAtt5chnolrllr Brnttschneider
Schneider 4R Dolancey Dllanc street HI IIEI is ii < lice I he body bodyof
of a second Humors are flouting around aroundIhe aroundt
Ihe t lie East o el Side that I they I were > ere poisoned
Moffat Smith Hiinsons assistant a Ltunt it i poi positive pos poslive ¬
live in his assertions lI trtioru ami says that rat ratpoison ralpoilon ratpoison
poison and white ttrt IIlbnil > enia were wed No Nofomplainl Notomplaint Notoinplaimit
fomplainl has l hen > eiui received at tho I ho
Kldndge ci itreef I rest station but Sergt McAdams McAdamssaid McAdamssaid
said 91111111111 that the poisoning loi onhlJ of horses horll 1I was Wl1111111Ort Wl1111111Ortot a sort wortof sortof
of vendetta vet1 l1t1 a common In I ha district districtWe II districtc JItriclWI
We c have had hundreds JI of cases since sluiceI
I have been here hn said al1 There Thaci are areten aretllI areten
ten or fifteen a season One man gets getsmad 1t11Iiliad getsninth
mad at another and feeds his horse a pill
in the stall Htalilit at night or drops It Into his feed
Sometimes ho feeds the horse a poisoned poisonedthat
bil of apple or n banana In all the oaHpli oaHpliI oucspsthat
that I hilt have III bpon here sluice I came we have havenever hl1Inever hanvenever
never secured hut one conviction convictionSKW tonvietlonIl om let Ion IonI1WI
SKW Il STOKES TOI Ei LKAYR YLK YLKInform J11IIlIflrrttl lII lIIlnfcrrett
Inform From Statement That Hi nil nilnemaln ihillRemain 111 111Remain
Remain One hear rAt at New ew llairn llairnNPW lIallINw lliruiNzw
NPW HA HAEN A BN Conn C mn July IITh 11 Tim Rev RevAnson nvAnson ltevAnson
Anson Phelps Stokes Jr secretary of the thtTale th thal theTale
Tale al Corporation and aswlstant rector of ofSt rrlit orSt
St Pauls Paul it Church hall announced to his hiscvjngregation hi hiCfmgregntioll hisecngregatiomc
cvjngregation that he h will not be a candi candidate call1lldnte eandidate ¬
date for or rector of St Pauls to miccerd IlIcc ammccriiBishopelect rll rllBI
Bishopelect BI ltopelfct Edwin S Lines who goes gofllNewark to toNewark maNowafh
Newark N J Mr Stokes adds thai be bewill 11 11will liewill
will remain r mnaln for another yar as a l annituni annitunirector IHi ass1lmiumtrector 11I1II 11I1IIrlctor
rector rectorAs rlctorAll rectorAs
As President Smith Sn lh of Trinity does do not notleave nlllIfJI notheave
leave the Hartford college ttlc o until about that thattime thMtime thoutime
time this thl notion of Mr Stokes Is taken to tomeant tomeantltat
meant mtanthat lint ntthrt 1111 close c t of this year he may ma maleave
leave the New Haven church to take Pros President Pmldtnt Prosdent ¬ I
dent Smiths place
TIRED OF 0 IIEIXO IIEI A SVLTAX SVLTAXBuler SULTAlRulr SULTAXRuler
Ruler of Sum Likes the Life In Singapore Singaporeml
anll ml M May Iay y Stay There TliereSprclal TllereSputal ThereSpclai
Sprclal CaMl UeipaUh to Tan SfN SfNMANILA svNMANILA N NMANI
MANILA MANI July 31 IIIt It is reported that the theSultan IhoSultan he heSultan
Sultan of Sulu who has been on a visit to toSingapore toSingapore toSingapore
Singapore for several months is BO in infatuated Infatu1led infatuated ¬
fatuated with ltl1 the new life thero that ho hois hoIs lieis
is contemplating a permanent stay The TheSultan IheSultall limeSultan
Sultan possesses a comfortable income incomefrom Incomofrom incomefrom
from the pearl fisheries and disposed of ofhis ofhlo ofhimi
his minor Interests Intert t8 in Jolo Job before he hedeparted hoeparteli liedeparted
departed departedMOItK eparteliom
MOItK om WARSHIPS FOR JR IIVSSIA IIVSSIAAdmiralty IW ItUSSI4Admiralty SIA SIAAdmlraU
Admiralty Adopts a New Plan for Increase InermcIn In > rallt ralltIn
In the theprctiii N Na Na1prclltl v vXprcul
Xprcul CaWf able Df Dtparh jpafrft to Tuc SUN SUNLONDON SI1 SI1IONI SvSLoNDOfl
LONDON ON > Aug 1 IA A despatch to the theDallv IhoDally lIceDa11
Dally Da11 Mail from St Petersburg says t1I11I that thattho thattho thatthe
tho completion of the Russian naval pro programme proammt progrmummt ¬
gramme ammt > of 1893 at a cost of 45000000 145000000has 45000000has 5000OOOhafl
has almort trebled the strength of the Rus Russian RUIKlnl Russlamm ¬
sian fleet flc eL > III tho Pacific PacificThe PllcitlcTho PacIficllce
The Admiralty has now settled upon uponn upona
a further naval programme destined d Uned to tobe tolit tobe
be completed in 1008 This includes inclum < ies the thefionstrtiction thecOlItruotlon thenonstraiction
fionstrtiction of nix Ix battleships of 16000 16000tons 16000ton 10000tons
tons each and three armored armored cruloors cruloorsfllV cruloorHIJIV cruimiersLLV
fllV OX tJ rtYlf 1 tI TIIKATV XKWS XKWSToliicraplilc X X1h1STelegraphIc IIIi IIIiTlrlr1plllc
TelegraphIc Connection With 1111 Bogota In Inut IsCult
Cult < ut HIT HITfipictat OITItefal otTjiecft
fipictat Cabin Ca lf Iirtpalcti to full SUN SUNCOLON SUNOWN su suCOLON
COLON OWN July 31 l1TelgrAphic Telegraphic communi communication communicntiou communication ¬
cation with Bogota is closed on time subject subjector
or thin Panama Canal < 11111 treaty The latest latestnews Illteptnew hsatestnews
news I received from the capital in regard regardto
to the treaty was on July H The hthniTja hthniTjais
is ii quiet but anxious anxiousVAXTS IInxlollt1IIN1S anxioushIlX7s
VAXTS MlTlALX TO niYlltK niYlltKAnil nlllI11U1
Anil 1U1 Iiisuranre r iiinilssinfr < or Wisconsin Wisconsininiioiinrcii 1 iteomistntflhlOuIlurt5 lolltlln lolltllnnllllllllrtil
iniioiinrcii nllllllllrtil That They TII Tile Must MustMADIBON ihilsiMADISON llIsIAnIfON
MADISON AnIfON Will July JIII 81 31It If a ruling rulill an announced nnnounCld anntumcced ¬
nounced by State Insurance Commissioner CommissionerHest ComJ Commucissiomierh1ct Hslonur HslonurHCKL
Hest today is stistrincd by the th courts courtsthirtysix rourlllthlrtysix courtsthirtysix
thirtysix mutual mUlullllifo life Insurance companies companiesand
and associations onrratlrit in Wisconsin Wisconsinwill WIIetnllinwill Viscomcslnwill
will have to distribute their surplus urplu of ofS147715HII03
114771581103 114771581 I 113 among the policyholders policyholdersor
or withdraw from lice State StateThis StllttThil Stmctellils
This ruling was made in the caso of L LA I IA IA
A Urunekhorst of Milwaukee against time thoEquitable IheLllultllhll timeEquitmtllo
Equitable Life Assurance A turlllico Society with withheadquarters withIltJadljul1llllI withlcNtdqicamterS
headquarters in New York city Biunck Biunckhorst Buummcklmorst rullckhOOit
horst is a jxilicy holder In tho t hn EquitabloSo EquitabloSociety oquitabloRocifJt EquitabucSocity
city cifJt and appealed to theCommiwioner to tocompel tocoumiptl
compel it to distribute its il uilllions of surplus surplusamong HurpluHamol1l simrJhuaammiomug
among its poliuyholders polich > lderi in compliance compliancewith tolpllnllltwith
with a statute retuillng stat 110 distribution distributionat
at least once in five years yearsThe yearsI >
The 1 I he matter was argued al length bufore buforethe 1Iforethe lieforet1m
the t1m Coiiimiasioner several < iltek iek ekn ago The Thecu Th ThCUb lIecat
cu CUb e will t lIIla I Ii be l fought t through all IIlIlhe alit the lie courts courtsIHHKIIILLIK 1011rtllIWf1IIUWl < ouirt ii iilWKlilLlllf
IHHKIIILLIK STOPS iIIU A I HAH HAHllrru lUlllIrll ILtithleuu
llrru < e to lullllIl1 lleneiv Lrnsr iif tlevrlaml Hotel HotelWhere IIl1tt111trr lintelhhiuer
Where Our W hhaa u > Run RunCIKVKTANU RIIIItI BuniEEtANfl
CIKVKTANU tI ntASI > Ohio July atAit II il Ant 11 order orderfrom oldl1from ortlemfromic
from John D I Rockefellor tiloaeu ioet the I hI Wen Wendell Wendell teumdeli ¬
dell Hotel tonight Last fall it wa wajl soldy soldyat KtAtm so14ai
at publlo auction auctlohonorlclctlUle nod lola oaforeclcbure tn proe pr < ice Wiii WiiinndwaA < aGigsanti IG1 IG1nnt1II
nndwaA anti ivas bid Inby J 0 1 W Cowles Mr
Hockefellers agrnl agrnlTlio agr l lTho
Tlio lease of thepresent the pllIelll proprietor pmpdllIrphId ex expired e ejihitd
pired tonight ana Mr Rockef Holtfpltl filer refuned refusetlto j jto jtn
to renew ielm < mw It being determined tiel elmhd that I hI I the 1 ht bce hotel hotelshall hotelKIIIIII hmottlshah
shall be closed on account 11cuunlf of the bar run runin rllnIn ruinimi
in connection tnnect iomc with nit ha the t lie house houseHe hou houTIe hcouselie
He has made plans ihamms l to o erect on the t lit tile sll it t a alarge ah1r alarge
large h1r office building of ten n stories storiesrfiCGKSIIALLS tltllrllPrOUGIHIJ storiesCOGES1ItlLS
rfiCGKSIIALLS IOHOtW SWOOl POLICIES POLICIESIniiiraiire 10111Inmrl1l1lt ioijriisiumulraaiee
Iniiiraiire < omp 0IIII4nlr > nln Slay 315 II Cunlrst Itst lu lunient 1amuent > >
nient to llrlrs of Hit Senators Sun NoilITICA Sunt1IC SunUTICA
UTICA X V July 31 31 Adviieu AdlilCslelplvld AdlilCslelplvldhelIJ received receivedhero ueceivetihere
hero loduy from Baltimore indicate tIme thudetermination thodctlluinlltion tImetlciezmctnntion
determination of InsuraniT ItI iuralHI > companies comuilu imies to toresist 10Ic i o oresist
resist Ic igt payment of policin amount nrnullll1lnl trig to to1HKX toSlOtInl to1l00
SlOtInl 1l00 1HKX tOO oii 111 tho life of Walter H Coggeshall CoggeshallexSlate CoggfshullxStatc CoggeshiallxStmttt
exSlate Senator Coggrshalls It r hlllltI son who whocommitted whoeOllllnltteli whocomumunitted
committed suicide a few ft > 1I weeks ago agoTho agollmo
The theory t of the I hI insurance companies companiesis
is that Mr Ir CopKOshall committed suicide suicideUicau suiicideliocaue
Uicau 1 mlu e of tliianclnl difllciilties tilfhicicia js In which whichhe vlmiehha hich
he became hlI beta AII1 lime involved involvedHAttl involledlIHn invol veti vetiIt4111
HAttl KILIFn 1 IS Ill I ItOOSTKIt ItOOSTKItThe IWO W It ItIlIl
The llltlc 1111 I TwoVeurOlil Had Animynl III1t1 11I It ItWith IInlth Ithhilli
With StIcks mnl Stunts NliineNRAMONA SlunlTlulOSA Stunts1tAMoA
RAMONA I 1 T I July JIII ill It A twoyearold twoyearoldcliild twoyeau yoyealolddlild oltj
cliild of IAO Montgomery an Osage fanner fannerwas farlllIWllf fammneivaM
was killed by a Plymouth PI moulh Rock rooster roosteryesterday rOOl1tlrflterday roosteryestermtay
yesterday The 1li child was throwing sticks sticksand IltiC IltiCanu sticksmind
and pebbles at the fowl which suddenly suddenlyflew lIUI llIly llIlyflew
flew at its baby tormentor and drove its itsspurs IIIIIpura Itsspurs
spurs deep dll into the babys head neck and nndback alldbocle andback
back Tho parents rescued rescued the I ho child and andstarted Rntlslartpd andstarteti
started immediately to I 0 Cleveland for medi medical JOnlllmi mothcal ¬
cal mi assistance but before they tim reached reachedtown nwhe1toVn recuchietitown
town the th baby was dead deadimitKLii clIIIUIItnW1 tlcachJllflLIJ
imitKLii QMKfs OtliftliiREI Tiimi TMLS TMLSKtiown IIiLSStiewim 111 1111I1Ill1
Ktiown by II Photograph Ihnll raph taken nl Vule VuleOl ale aleIbseraiorhi 11 11IIbstnRlor1I
Ol IIbstnRlor1I > sfMBlnr > ll Broken BrokenNEW HrllktliNFw ilrnkeuiNEw
NEW HAVKN 1IW N July 31 3tA A third lhlnllnil tail to the theBorelli thoUorelli theilorelhi
Borelli comet has been discovered by the thoastronomers thllJrOIlOlllelli theastiomiommiels
astronomers at the Yale Observatory ObservatoryPhotographs Ob80rlotoryPhotojrllph ObservatoryPhotographs
Photographs were taken on July 21 2 and andJuly andJuly andhuiy
July 27 and these thc show a third tail but butit buLII butit
it Is also to be seen from these negatives negativeshat nl alhplI alhplIthlt
that hat all the tails lllit are broken hrok n
PIIt lfRlwl mUlI ROY JlltK 1 lIm CIIIKF CIIIKFFinally I1If iiiitElimully
Finally 11111111 Pronmlril Prommuni rdinflaepiaee to < hp Place In Kurrri Kurrrislon SUItrllIon Sut < e eshari
lIon lo roker rokerFire rokerFIre
Fire CommiBsioner Sturgis yesterday yesterdayappointed YlsllrdllnppoinllcI yesterdmcymuppointed
appointed Charles D Purroy chief of the thedepartment Ihefpl1rtmcnt thedipartmeimt
department Purroy had been acting chief chiefwince chmiefsimico
wince tutu dismissal di miRKol of Edward K o Croker CrokerHo Crolnrlip rokur1k
Ho cnterid iit mcd the I he department depart merit on Jan 23 23JbSO 22lb t tjbSO
JbSO lb as a a fireman and was promoted to toassistant toanll toantlmunumt
assistant anll tnnl foreiian and foreman within two twoyears twoya twoyea
years ya rio Ho hI was made a battalion chief chiefon chlnfon cimteton
on May I IR 1PI4 < 4 and a deputy doput > chief run
2 1883 1 3 In his entire service Iviet not a charge chargehas clllLtgoI ciumLrgetins
has Ixen I en made m d against him himSFTII himif hintsiru
I
SFTII if Till I TRACY lit II t ARREST I IRIWSTII IRIWSTIIiiiegul RlI MiT Kit KitAllrenl I1JlIrI
Allrenl lIrI to Have Kinmyldl 1 N3 JOIHJ OS lMM fir firhonl it itSchool f fI
I School honl KiiiuH III1II In TrxaWAHHISOTON Trxa rf1l rf1lWHIISOTfIN rexasWusmlmaroN =
WAHHISOTON July 3lS 3sth ht Setic th K Jo Tnioy Tnioywho fmIJYwho rrmioywhit
who is alluded 1I11 lcl lo im have embeled S20000 S20000I 2nMK 2nMKof
I of ta III I III I1 wills Iii nit Is of the t lie Houston Tex School SchoolH Sil MloulI ate I IBnirci
I H BlUrli > urd III vf which he was w secretary was ar arhero IIIhAlO murreied
reied hero hei U tonight tonightTra tonighmtlrsi
Tra lrsi y N I It lawyer atiotll HI years old oldHe 111He
He was wa a 4 candidate for Congress Con reHII opposing 01 IHlnlr IHlnlrI
I Reprisentativo Ball BII 11 and for a nunihur numcl 01 01yearx tiyea I I
yearx yea r > wrvwl as a Houstons Hou ton I iroseouling pmiiiecut iroseoulingMnii lug lugmm
allllnllr mm t t oumce oumceHaul
I
Haul 11111 l Urtrlltm > < erllon From l r111 Ihl tb lie a aic > hard VanlFive hardli ani
Five li ye jarkiis janki s who wlr w lec had bwn h convicted convictedof etinl victeci victeciof
of ilitmrlion crl jimmi nll wore K liIn 14iit iit frxn fr mim tin t hm navy on vy yard yardin ymi rd rdin
in Brooklyn ltrto it lyn lo I ti Portsmouth loir snnmiuut ii N H h yesler yeslerday PIiIlr PIiIlrdllo est er erlay i
day dllo to I nerve senlencesof semmt nlt11IIH dmInsM nf from six months monthsto amont his hisIt
to It i no year Iar It is it wild Ml that Ihaton on an average averageI averagetimers
timers I aro twentylive desertions a wrelj WIla w wfrom
from the thl yard yard Of tho eightyseven priB priBonern prllloner pilecriers
criers now In the brig tm tli majority are
deserters dssortersS1 dOlllJrt erfl
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S1
QUEENS TROLLEY LINES SOLD SOLDUKIMOXTS SOLDnlIlIJTS SOLDIILLIlOTS
UKIMOXTS Al i > PKXXSYLYAXIA PKXXSYLYAXIAWAXTKlt 1ftSILI1iif1J IXSIl41iiIiAXlEl
WAXTKlt if1J THKM THKMTnut Tlll1lTrust 11111 11111Trllil
Trust Co jo 0 Gaiuas < alil lni Control onl rol ami Ask tmrrrs tmrrrsto i ito
to I IlelenOver 201 lilies or ITacKs ITacKsTiinnrl 1rRtkII Iraekuia
II Tunnel anti Iniiinl llallroul Fran FranihlsM Franthlstl Fratachiacs
ihlsM Go to Innaiurd Purchaser PiinlianrrMore Purchasersloro
1
More than two hundred hundrellmllg miles of electric electricrailway eiectriorailway i
railway worth millions of dollars extend extending CXllndIng extandlag ¬
ing throughout Queens Que II and Nassau I1SfllLII counties countiespassed cuuntlollpalllMd countiespastioci
passed into the control yesterday of a trust trustcompany trustQompany trustcompany
company in this city said to bo time United UnitedSUites UnltpilSintell UniteitStates °
SUites Mortgage and Trust Company ounpamcy of ofCedar ofCedar t tCedar
Cedar street This is probably one of the thobiggest thftblggoRt thellggest
biggest street railroad deals ever mado madoIn TlUIdeIn macmolelit
In Greater OrematerNew New York Information of this thntransaction I1I I Itransaction
I
transaction leaked out lust night and andrroused ln lnrrouoo I Inrouiued
rrouoo rroused much Interest In the territory at affected ator atfectod ¬
fected fectedFor fectodFor
For or somo time the Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadCompany ItnllrMdCOIl1IIIII RaIlroadCommipiucy
Company COIl1IIIII and IIn tIme interests represented > d In InHie Int1I1 intictm
Hie subway rapid transit have desired pos posBesslori POIIPItAlon j
Besslori of these t railways Eleven Iewn years yearsago yearsago oors oorsago
ago the Steinway interests which then thenowned thenownc thenowned
owned ownc tho horsecar hors ar system in Long L IIK Island IslandCity IslanlCity IslandCity
City began to build a tunnel under the theEast th thinEast 1 1EIlst
East River Tho work came to a disas disastrous dlMstrOUR ¬
I
trous end when a dynamite explosion explosionkilled cxoslnnll cxplosirnakilled
ll killed ll d several men and did 103000 damage damageBy I I Ifly h hBy
By moans of this tunnel tho trolley system systemof I Iof I Iof
of Long Island could be made a part of time thnsubway timesubway
subway system of Manhattan and several severaltimes Mvera I I Itimes
times It has been reported that the electric eleotriosystem eleoLrioystem electricsystem 1
system of Queens had passed into In the con control control ¬ I
trol of the BulmontB BulmontBIt
It was erneil last night that the boards boardsof
of dlreetorn < andprominent officials of lice thovariouseloctrio licevmcriomiaeiuctric
variouseloctrio railroadsin Quocnsand Nas Nassau Natemu ¬
sau counties had been asked to send in t heir heirresignations heirreslgimations
resignations today Whether thn trust trustcompany trustcompany
company represents the Uolmont or time thnPennsylvania timePonnaylvantu
Pennsylvania Railroad intercuts oould oouldnot noulilusit
not bo learned In fact time officers who whowere whoero
were ero asked to resign knew only that time thnroads timemonths
roads had passed into tho hands of the thetruot m mtrurt
truot company One of the officers In Inauthority Inauthority
authority gave it as his opinion that the thePennsylvania theFeniceylvaimla
Pennsylvania Railroad had outwitted the thelUlmont theBolmnommt
lUlmont interests and acquired the roads roadsAmonjj roadsAmnong
Amonjj the roads said to have passed passedInto passedhicto
Into the hands of the trust company in inI istime
I time ho Now York and Queens County Elec Electric Electrio ¬
trio Railway which was ns owned by a Phila Philadelphia Pimihidelpiuirt ¬
delphia syndicate and of which W R RShulmerdino ItSlcelmerdimm
Shulmerdino of Philadelphia was president presidentJacob I
Jacob It Boetem wan recently relieved relievedof
of the viceprcHidoncyof of tIme road and this thisis I Iis
is said to it have limn iie mm ono of the I Imo moves tow toward lovzmuii ¬
ard this sale saleTHls aileThis
This road operate branches attending attendingell I Icli
ell through Queens to College Point Flush Flushing ¬ a ainmg
ing aid Jamaica and all through Lonx LonxInland LomigIsland
Inland City It also controls the New NewYork I IYork
York nnd North Shore road which extends extendsthrough i itturouigh
through Jamaica nnd Far Rockaway and andcoiineou antieOxccct
coiineou at Queens with lice he Nassau County CountyKtectric County1kctric
Ktectric Railway another branch which whichIonncuts I Iconuiects
Ionncuts villages in Nassau county and andexacts antitxjscts
exacts to It send connecting comcuceet lug lines into Suf Suffolk Smufiolk ¬
folk county The tracks of this railway railwayalso 4 4also
also skirt the new J2COO000 racetrack racetracknow m mnow
now building hmtmiitiin on the tb line between Nassau NassauiiilQiiefiis Nmcssemimamid
amid iiilQiiefiis QuioeIs counties to IK known as Ifri Ifrimoiit I Iaimt
moiit Park ParkAlready ParkAlready
Already many of tici lie trolley lines make makeas
as good time as railroad trains and carry carrythouvauds carryIlcousamads
thouvauds of passengers In addition to tolines tolines
lines already In operation many unused unusedfranchises j C Cfmnnchciaes
franchises go gt with the roads purchased purchasedso
so the company acquiring the property propertycon i ican
con practieally hilset lea hhy gridiron gmiili ion thu 1 Ice borough of ofQueens i iQtmeouuit
Queens QueensLAIUS QtmeouuitLll
LAIUS Lll DS MK IlV WHO 1IUKIt O tV MOlt MOlti i iI
I i iNt
Nt i > Plnee In Indiana Su Si N Cov CO Iliirbln Iliirblnfor ihirbinfor
for Mm Who Strike at llllltla llllltlaINDIANAPOMS i iINIIANAIotimm
INDIANAPOMS Illll July 31 11Gov 11GovIiirhumc Gov GovDiirbm
Diirbm took occasion ul the camp of in instruction ¬ I Iitt
struction itt rmict lout of the I tie Indiana Imtl in na National Nut lonal Guard Guardtoday Cuin rut I Itoday
today publicly to commend the Evans Evansvillo Evansyule
yule company which fired upon the mob mobduring 1 1dining
during the recent rioting in in that I city cityThe citylbcc
The lbcc Governor was reviewing the guard guardand gmumrtland
and Company K was ordered to step five fivepaces fiveto
paces to the front The Governor then thencommended theneouilunemmiitl
commended them for doing thfiir duty at ata ata
a trying time and for having borne the tha taunts tauntsand tauntsILiad
and ILiad jwrs of the I bt mob mobReferring mnobItefermlumg
Referring to t ci the I ice opposition oppism t ion which th thmilitia liimilitia
militia li ins s encountered though t not nam naming mmarnlxcg ¬
ing organized < l labor as the chief factor in il ilhe itimesauii I
he imesauii said saidIt I IIt
It seems incredible that I there I should be beIn beIii
In all limo chorus of commendation your yourscrvico yoursevic
scrvico has elIcited n single discordant discordantnote uliscortiantnote
note yet we H sri face to face with the fact factthat 1 1that
that living under the flag you follow and andeven t teveut
even within tho t I cc boundaries boumudu ries of if this I imim < State Statethere St at j jthere
there are thosn who cherish in their hearts heartsa j ja
a hatred for our institutions and our laws lawswhich j 1 1wimich
which finds expression in enmity toward towardthose towardthmotn
those who hay patriotically given them themselves ¬ l lselves
selves to the duty of defending the State StateI
I am Informed that a speaker standing standingwithin slanidlngitll
within itll bin the shadow tif a court olin house In InIndiana I t tIndiana
Indiana mad this statement only a few fewdays fewlays
days ago I would rather weur tin garb garbof garlof
of a convict than I the uniform of n militia militiaman militiamactin ¬
man To the fllmnw of our civilization Ivn IvnIt hait
It sid that there were those of his hearers hearersBO
BO Si deficient not only in patriotfamut > atriotlimi but In Incommon Incommon
common decency lImit this sentiment was wasaunlauiled wasapphiuileii
aunlauiled I
Memliersof Menchers of the th National Nat itmna I GuardIt iamard it is mr mrbelief mybelief
belief that any one capable of such utter utterances umIl Cr Crantes ¬
antes should jet tIme sort of uniform lie lielikes helikes
likes better tlian I tho t tie blue of the t lit American Americansoldier A nccilecmuisoldier
soldier and that t he should get it I a quicU quicUThere chumictThere
There sire 33800 33t square miles of territory territoryin
in Indiana Imol lana according acoomul immg to m o the m I Ill geoKrapifpti geoKrapifptibut geog ra r ie iebut
but there is not a foot of soil in ii Hint Slate Slateno SlatSi
no Si worlhltHs Mini it may mmcc prolltably IK IKdevoted ivlVOtii
devoted to tin1 prcwwe nf any illl man < v vin 0i 0iill
in striking at the Nmional iunrd 1 1beyond ubcyiimcil
beyond this exprntsion of the Htnt iiu iiuthority miiitbmority
thority ut utery the laws tli ln > tltuii it iii irms > itis Mid iiil il ce cevery
very ery lilmtrl libe liberties is of our people peopleIOIS
1 Oltl11 IOIS MILITIA MILITIAi
Anti soil ui < ia < iM II < it l Town ttb Ii i I nmirlllei < immi uI I I I tt of o oCalls Clinton I hut on onI
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warded li I tins I t eirucjiiiiI < > niiitti > aid in a lelU leLtr leLtrnuiti > r rj
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tlie I hit sympatiy icyni Ima I iy uf f Mint I organization ciugm ii izat ion as it itwas itwcms
was hU eniiclmmil emit istimmeum I in im m tie I it company y which whichcaused vlmlclcca
caused ca used his I is iroubln t with ivit Ia hisS I i is jcialUt friends friendsWhen friendsVhmu
When the I Ii memlxrs Intl uilsus of f I ne n Socialist Club Clubascertained
ascertained that hn hm had joined the militia militiaan f
an organization which they allege is entirely entirelyoppcittyd entirelyopposed
opposed lo their principles and aims they theysent tlceyBemct
sent him word to ap appear > ar before the Town TownCommittee Towucomnrnhtlee
Committee of which for nearly a year ho hohad hohail
had been a member and expLain hla action actionHu actionlIe
Hu did not upjwar appsarmundw undan < u result resultaletter resultaletteruiis a letter letterv
v uiis s sent him todny by the Town Committed Committedi
In which the position of the Socialists on onthe ilL ilLtime
the militia question wan set forth and cbs closing ¬ P Plug
lug with a request for his resignation resignationMr
Mr Stevenson was not long In forwarding
it electing to remain In the militia militiaDelightful militiaVe111ttfiil
Delightful trlt units > i thromh ine IHihUniU of th the
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