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TOL OL i LXXINO 274 NEW YORK TUESDAY MAY 31 1904 1904cOPVTl CopvrtaM ION loohvThClIIIImnI1IHldPllbllMnI1Auoelololl t bi > V r Th Sun un mnttng and mttitMna Anoclttton PRICE P PRICETWO ICE TWO TWOC CENTS TS TSuu
Russias Main Army Under Way WaySouth WaySouth WaySouth
South of Liaoyang LiaoyangTRYTOSAVE LlaoyangI UaoyangTRYTOSAVEPORT
Rumors That Kouropatkln Will WillTake WillTake WillI WillTake
Take Desperate Chance ChanceMore
More 1IIrt Likely That He U Ii Forced Into Ai Aillvlty Ao AoIIvlt ActIvIty
llvlty IIvlt by Knrokli Threatening Movi Moviment Moycment Ion Ionnlrnt
ment Front 001 FennvanBcheng FrncanClhtncIpnrt FrncanClhtncIpnrtAdnne lapaneie lapaneieAdvance
Advance Toward Port Arthur lorn OlUp OceispIr lornpjlncj
pjlncj p pIr tnl More Towns and nll rapturing caPI rlnc More MoreUtiii IoreWlllluTo orc orcTtIotIRaIId
WlllluTo Utiii Two Thousand Hiistlam Iloutrd IloutrdIn
In One KiiBSsmirnt In n Manchuria Manchuriaslirrfj 1IIIhurlarf 2tIurJ 2tIurJCaWe
slirrfj rf CdW C le Unpulch to TIlE Ta SUN SUNLONDON SUNIosnos SUIINO
LONDON May 31 31The The accurate news newswhich newshkh newswhiclt
which hkh tho St Petersburg J > el rsburg correspondents correspondentsof
of Park newspapers send to their journals journalsnlleniates jOllrnalllnlltnJol1I journabiollerintes
nlleniates with such erratic nonsense nont < ense that thatit IhatIt
it is difficult It to decide in which whl h class to tcplnco toploro tolaCO
plnco laCO the report received yesterday that thatOen thatGpn thatGnn
Oen Koiiropatkiit IH rushing southward southwardlo
lo IC take Cien ten 0 ku In the rear and succor nuccorPort lIuccorPorl succorPirI
Port Arthur A 0 rthur while fen en Kandrotovltch Kandrotovltchholds
holds > l Ion Kurokl in check checkThe oheckIhe check1he
The Daily Mail whose Paris correspond correspondent ¬
sot claims to learn from a well informed informedsource informedlOurce informedsource
source npart from the French newspapersthat newspapers neWHpopersthat newspapersthat
that Gen Kouropatkin ban ha begun moving movingnouth movinglOuth movingsouth
south in a serious fashion and that a serious seriousbattle Afriolbattle seriousbatte
battle is to o be expected shortly given great greatprominence greatprominence
prominence to to o the ha statement and describes describeethe dllICribeHthe
the movement as a I desparato del < parale one to which whichthe whiehthe whichthe
the Russian commanderinchief is impelled impelledby
by political pressure According to this thievjpw thisIpw thisview
view Ipw Admiral Alexleff in the moving spirit spirithn
hn having induced the Czar to force Gen OenKouropatkln GenIouropatkln GaoKouropatkin
Kouropatkln into a dangerous line of action actionIf ac lon lonI
p If I this is laso so Gen Kouropatkinit it is l pointed pointedout
out is acting like Marshal MacMahon the theFrench theFrnch theFrench
French commander when wbenln In 1S70 he yielded yieldedto
to o Empress Emp fug pugenie nle and made the fatal fatalattempt fatalallmpt fatalattempt
attempt to join Marshal Bazuina at Metz Metzwhich Metzhlch Metzwhich
which hlch led up to the disaster at Sedan SedanThat SedanThat SedanThat
That Gen Kouropatkin IH either con conducting conducting conducting ¬
ducting or directing some forward move movement movemlnt movereent ¬
ment seems pretty certain The Chefoo Chefoocorrespondent Chefoocorre Chefoocorreapondent
correspondent corre pondent of the Eijirets says that thathe thatthe thatthe
the he main armle about Liaoyang are mov moving mo moIng movbig ¬
ing The Russians are reported to be bemarching bemarching bemarching
marching south under urgent orders from fromthe fromtlte fromthe
the car lr Hen cn Kouroputkln Kourop tkln Is striking strikingout atrlrlnjtout strikingout
out to a position slightly southeast of Liao Liaoyang Llaoyang Liaoyang ¬
yang His activity Is I caunedbjr c caused ul db1 by the steady steadycircling a steadycircling tady tadydrcllng
circling movement of the theJanose Japanese J Pane whothreaten whoIhrMten who Jhothreaten
threaten lo l surround blm unlesshe u uzia Mli h breaks breaksout bre k kout ks ksout
out and aDdotren a ± d offers battle battleAccording btLttlAccording bttlAccording
According to the correspondent it tis Is lanot lanotconsidered not notconsidered notconsidered
considered considered that the southwardmarch lOuthard naich has hasany hMany hasany
any connection with the Port Arthur posi position poe poetion l ltlon ¬
tion but is an attempt to restorethe retltoll the pres prestige prestige Prostige ¬
tige of the Russian arms TheJapanese TheJapanesehave The Japanese JapaneeMVe8 Japanesehave
have MVe8 several Veral cavalry cav lry brigades operating operatingto
to the westward which are ia touch with the theRussians theRUIIlaM theflueslana
Russians The Japanese are moving up upinfantry upInfantry upinfantry
infantry and guns from Fengwangcheng FengwangchengThe
The simultaneous advance adv nce of both armies armiescauses armlel811t armiescaIee
causes the belief that a battle is imminent imminentThn ImmincntThe ImminentTh
The Th St Petersburg correspondent of the theDaily thelJa theJaijj
Daily lJa u Xeva refers reers to the same movement movementwhich movement1hlch movementwhich
which like some other correspondents correspondentslie corre pondents
lie 11 represents ftpre enta to be the outcome of Q con conference confereDlO conference ¬
ference between Gen Kouropatkln and andAdmiral acdAdmiral andAdmiral
Admiral Alexleff The JV 1111 Nria > i also makes makesicn maktsGen makeskm
Gen Okus army the Russian objective objectiveadding objectiveaelding objectiveadding
adding that Gen Kouropatkins advance advanceguard advanceuarrl advanceguard
guard uarrl l is believed to be already rapidly rapidlyHearing rapidlyntarlng rapidlynearing
Hearing Kinchau This Is obviously obviouslygathered obvlouBlyjlatheftd obviouslygathered
gathered from the same source as the Paris Parisstory PariRlory Parisstory
story to the effect that the Russian van vanKiiard an anjluard anguard
guard U I further south than Wafangtien Wafangtienwhich Wafllngtlenwhich Wafangtienwhich
which is sixtyfive miles north of Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur ArthurFinally ArthurFinally ArthurFinally
Finally there are Gen Kouropatkins Kouropatkinsown
own announcement of a Japanese advance advancefrom advanceIrom advancefrom
from Kuantien and Gen Kurokis report reportof
of activities at Alyangplenmen and else elsewhere elsewhere ¬
1 where northward of Fengwangcheng to tonhow tohow toshow
how that it is very ery improbable that the theRussian thoItuMian theJtiisslan
Russian commander will remain Inactive Inactiveat
at Liaoyang in view of recent events eventsSo eventaSo eventsSo
So while the curtain temporarily falls fallson fallson fallson
on the Liaotung promontory scene it itappears ItIIpplafll Itappears
appears about to rise rl e on Interesting per perhaps perh8p perlisps ¬
haps decisive events further north northMORE north1fORE northWORE
Urn cn Oku ku Paining Pohln Toward Port Arthur ArthurFour ArlllUrflor ArthurECUr
Four flor Cnni Taken at Unibntang UnibntangSpecta UnabutuncllJI LlnbutuniSpect4Z
Specta cllJI CcMt Ctlb Dupalelui It THE T SDH SDHTOKIO SUKTORIO 8u 8uToKIo
TOKIO May 30 30Gen Gen Oku reporta that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Russians ltu8 iana at Nanshan on Thursday Thursdayconsisted Thul8dayeonaiAted ThursdayconslMed
consisted of seven regiments of infantry infantrythe
the Kwantung fort artillery five com companies compllnl cornrsnies ¬
panies pllnl of railway guards and some blue bluejacket hluejllketlO bluejackets ¬
jacket On Thursday Thur day night they were wereapparently veroaPparently ere ereal1paftntly
apparently at Banshilapao At midnight midnightthey midnightIhtY midnightthey
they retired by railway to Port Arthur ArthurAt
At ot present prf > 8ent no Russians Ru alana are to be seen east eastof eastof
of Chlenkechlnpao Chl nkechtnpao Hoanfrnhan han been beendeserted lHtnd beendesrtej
deserted d rW and dismantled dismantledI
I Gen Nakamura X with a detachment oc occupied ocelJpled oocopied ¬
copied Linshutung on Friday and captured capturedfour capturedfcur capturedfour
four guns and a quantity of ammunition ammunitionThe
The Russian boat that fired on the left leftflank leftftank leftflank
flank of the Japanese second army on onThursday onThur8day onThursday
Thursday was a sixtyfoot launch and car carriwl carrild carned
ned four quickfirers quickfirersPARIS qulckflrersPIlS quickfirersPAntS
PARIS May 30 30The Tho correspondent of tho thocAo IheFc thuRclio
Fc Rclio cAo o dt Ports in St Petersburg Pe rsburg says Ihe IheRussians he heHulanll iieRussians
Russians assert MIler that troops troo from Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur fought the battle of Kinchau They Theyconsisted Theyronsiated TheyI
I consisted of twelve battalions of 800 men menfach menteh roaneach
each teh and were commanded by Gen Fock Focken FockGtn
Gtn en Stoewel St < el will wi await the Japanese Japaneseaw Japat1 JapaneseaMault
aw aMault > ault ult under tho walls als of Port Arthur ArthurSr
Sr PETKRgRcno PlIR8 tIO May SO 30A A semiofficial semiofficialtelegram semlomcal semlomcaltlltgram semiofficialtelegram
telegram has ha been hen received reivN from Mukden Mukdentating MukdenaUnl Mukdenstating
stating aUnl that owing owinA to the th impossibility ImpOlblty of ofdefending ofdrnrlnl oflfefldIng
defending drnrlnl the position pOllon south Iolth of Kinchau Kinchauwithout Klnohal KinohauwIthoit
without iho the th aid of the left fttt the defence dflno of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that point was 8 only domon dfmontrsthe demonstrative trnliv In l lcharacter Il Its Itscharacter
character craltpr The defending dlfrndlnl force for had only onlyguns onl onlyguns
guns gn taken taen from fro the Chinese Cbine hi I 1W lD 10O and
had little lte ammunition ammuniton Tlio occupation occupaton o othe of ofthe ofthe
the position pOltlon l by > y the Japanese made an It was wmat wasat wasat
at great Aret co cost t does d not lot alter alor the genera generasituation general Reneralsituaton generalsituation
situation situationThe situaton situatonThe situationThe
The Oaittte Galele admit admi that tho withdrawal withdrawnfrom withdrawalfrom withdrawalfrom
from Kinchau means mlanl the Investment o oPort of ofPort ofPort
Port Arthur but blt nays Ia1 that there thor IN I nothing npthlnjthat nothingthat nothingthat
that should IhOl11 he discouraging dlcolraglng di8 ouraging In that fact factThe faotThe feotThe
The fortress fortreR was WI built buit to withstand wlhlltond a siegeNow t siegeNow < siege llgeNow
Now only do do does It Itentrpon itonterupon enter upon Its Il role Now Nowonly No Noonly Nowonly
only can cn the tnllllonH milonll spent upon it betilll betilllIt be beutilhipil It
17N hipil It I IB Impossible Impolible to t take it by storm stormand Itorm Itormand stormand
and It can n face fac a I long siege IleRounl until the achieve achievemontfl achievtnentl achievetoents
montfl tnentl of the Russian HUllian armies armle elsewhere elswhere en enable enable enable
able the garrison garrson to take the offensive otenRhe ThiJapanese The TheJapanee TheJapanese
Japanee Japanese I 10e losses on sen at Kinchau the Gazette Oatellisoya Galele Galeleoys
soya 50 have Impeded irpoo their active actve operation operationand opertona opertonaand operationsand
and greatly Irat weakened the thl nnny arm on the thiKwantung thl theKwantung
Kwantung Kwnntunl Peninsula PeninsulaLONDON PeninsulaLNDN PeninsulaI0ND0N
LONDON LNDN May 31 3tA A despatch deswh to the thoDaily IhoDaiv theDaily
Daily Daiv Mail Mai frbm fr m Taslilchao T hlchao dated dtld May
29 says s that a 1 Russian RI81 staff stat officer ofclr who whonmnuged whomanage whomanaged
managed to get through the
manage tle Japanese Japanesellnon JapanO Japaneselines
lines lne lias hI arrived Irrle there from the Kinchau KinchauIntlimuH Klnchau KlnchauItthmull KinchiauIsthmus
Isthmus Itthmull with wih despatches de ptcl from Oen Htoes Htoesel Htoosll Sbusael
ll ael el the commander commalder at Port Arthur to Jen JenKouropatkln 1m 1mKouropotki ieiiKouropatkin
Kouropatkln KouropatklnTlio Kouropotki
Tlio officer o kr confirms confrm the th reports reprtl of the therecent thercent therecent
recent rcent fighting lghting lie Hays Kayo that the Russiamretired Russians HuIansretrt Russiansretired
retired retrt in good order upon UII their next linn linnof Inu Inuof lirutuof
of fortifications lortfcatol leaving IIinl the Japanese JaplelO in inpofwcRslon InHI iiipossession
possession HI lon of Dalny Da1n and all Tallenwun TallenwunDuring TaUenwul TaileuwunIuriug
During the fighting Ightng len ln Htoemel Shllel Rent Renttroops senttroops nt nttrof
troops trof over the Port Arthur orthur Hallway Hlway to toitenforce toIenforo toreenforce
itenforce Ienforo Gun rock Fok thus thul greatly grlty prolong prolonging prolongIng prolonglug ¬
ing the thl KuHxiiin HUllln rmUtunce 11 I tunce and making I Imore It Itmore
more stubborn stubbornPORT stubbornIORT tubbm1fT
That Thats HIP 11l Procramme Procranllr a Announce AnnounceFrom AnnouncedIrunl nnolnlr11 nnolnlr11From
From Toklo TokloSpecial TokloSplll ToMeSpecial
Special Splll CMe C abe lt Ditpateh lIPcllo la Tim Sun SunLONDON Sl SlIo StiLonoN
LONDON Io moN May 31 311he 31Tire The Toklo correspond correspondput crrspont
put of the Chronicle Chrunirc nay la1 that It Is expected expectethat expectedthat expectedthat <
that the attack atack on Port Arthur will wi begin begiron beginon egin eginon
on June IS The correspondents corrlpoltentl will willav willavoklo leave leavtToklo leaveTokio
Toklo oklo on Juno 10 In time to see the capture captureof
of Port Arthur which is i expected lxpfcled to occur occurabout occurahout occuralout
about June 20 20CXAH 20CZ4
Wonlt Would IIke 1lk to Illiinliiii Uunll Hotli Knurupalkli Knurupalklimid Iourupalkln Iourupalkln1t
mid 1t Alrxlrfr AlrxlrfrSpfril AlexiritqiectrJ Itxlrl
Spfril pll1 CaOIe iDIe Vrapattli IJ3poch to Tau Rtiv RtivLONDON SUI Stsosuo
LONDON IONDN osuo May Ia 31The 31Tho St Petersburg Petersbuncorrespondent Peterlburg Peterlburgcorrlpontont Petersburgcorrespotukunt
correspondent corrlpontont of the he Telegraph represents representsOen repre enl
Oen ipn pn Kouropntklnn position pOlllon as I being belngllhaky belngllhakyHi8 shaky shakyHis
His military mltarr rivals represent repreent the Russian HiiHslanreverse HUIsian HUIsianreele Russianreverses
reverse reele HS RI being the outcome of hit bil faulty faultystrategy faultyItrtegy faultystrategy
strategy Itrtegy now no and ali hm IIi neglect neglet to make mukuneedful makt maktndful makeneedful
needful preparations when he was 118 Minister Ministerof Minilter Minilterof
of War WarThe WarThe VarThe
The Car C1ar according to the correspondent correspondentIK corltpondcnt corltpondcnt1M
IK daily daiy growing more dissatisfied dlsftRted with len OenKouropntldn OtnKouropatld lenlouropatkin
Kouropntldn and would dismiss dtml both him htmand himand him himand
and Admiral Admirl Alexieff AIlxlef If It were not for the theunfavorable theunavorblo theunfavorable
unfavorable unavorblo light lght that would WOIJ < thus be b thrown thrownon
on the Government GovernmentTho Goverment
TIre general Ilnerl impression In all al circles crlt in inSt InSt inSt
St St Petersburg is II that thatthe the he fall fal of Port Arthur Arthurwhich Arhur Arhurwhich Arthurwhich
which many mny think still 8tlis is impossible Imp8lble ought oughtto
to connote cnnote the end of the war warOfficials warOfclals warOfficials
Officials Ofclals professors politicians polticlana and even evenformer tvel evenformer
former occupiers oOlplrs of positions poltonR of the highest highesttrust hlghNt hlghNttnJlt highesttrust
trust tnJlt In the Empire maintain that It Is I to toRusdas toRUIla8 toRussIas
Rusdas RUIla8 Interest Intert to make peace If I Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur is i taken taIC but nobody noboy at court cour has hasthe h hthf hasthe
the thf moral morl courage c to oaug q auggratit Jt to o tt he Em Emeror Pm Pmperor Fnip
peror perorT p > eror erorThe
maintain that the thecontinuation tbecontnuatodttho thecoitIntatiosdfthe
The T e Intelligent Inlelgent csse8 c
continuation contnuatodttho coitIntatiosdfthe of the campaign capag after the theflI fall fallof fallof
of Port Po Arthur will wi entail entai the necessity nealty necessityfor necessityforOerrnan for forGerman forOna
Ona German diplomatic diplomatc support uppor after aftr the war warImplying war warpl warimplying
Influence in Ruralas Ruralaspolicy Rtiowuiasoliy
Implying pl lng German Oenan Influenc HIIIa HIIIa011y
policy policyThe 011y oliy oliyI
I Te The correspondent crrepondoDt claims confirmation confirmationofhis confrmaton confrmatonofhls confirmatIonofhis
asserted statement that thatthere thatthere
ofhis previously previouly lerte sttement tht thtthre
there thre Is an a agreement alment between btwen Russia RUiia and andGermany andGerany andGermany
Germany Gerany assuring luruK the former forer of the latter latterenergetic lters lterstnergeUo lattersenergetic
energetic support and If necessary nelr armed armedintervention are armedintervention
intervention Jntnenton against any attempt atempt on the thepart thepor thepart
part por of Great Britain Brtin or the United Unite States Btatesto State
to submit sbmit the Far Eastern question queton to an aninternational anInteratona aninternational
international Interatona congress congressThe conges congressThe
The writer wItr adds his hl testimony tetmony to the theprevious theprevloua theprevious
previous reports reprts of internal Internallnrtt unrest in Ruts Russia RII Rutssin ¬
sin la which he says is i greater Rreter among all allclasses al altchases
classes C than ever before He declares declaresthat deolaresthat declaresthat
that there t1ere U I no doubt whatever that the theattempt theatempt theattempt
attempt atempt to blow up p the forta at It Cronstadt Cronstadtwns CroItadt CroItadtWI
was WI the work of the revolutionary refolutonr com committee commltteo cornmitteo ¬
mittee on R were also al8 the attempts atempts to sink sinkthe sinkthe sinkthe
the battleship hattlhlp Orel OrelAMERICA OrelIERC4 OrelAMPRIc4x
Went MeCnlly MeCnlI lcCI Our Naval Attache Aaohe With Withtho Withthe 11 11Iho
the Russian ForceSpecial Force ForCRpttal ForcesSpectat
Special pttal Cattle Ditpatch DUpotl to TBB TR Su SUI SUIMUKDEN Suw SuwMUKDE > r rMDKDEN
MDKDEN May 30 30Lllut 30Licut Lieut Newton A AMcCully AMcCly AMcCully
McCully McCly the American Amerlcn Naval Attache1 Atacb Is Iswithin Iswihin iswithin
wihin within the Russian Ruslan lines lnel at at Port Arthur ArthurTho Arhur ArthurTho i
Tho other foreign attaches atach assigned Qigned to the theRussian theRussian
Russian Hulan forces fcrcl were wer recently rcnty at Liaoyang Liaoyangbut II IIHulan
but it Is not known where wher they are ar now
Ben Gel Kurokl Reports neprt a Vlcory lelorAlhanllnc lelorAlhanllncII IetoryAdvsncInHis Advancing AdvancingIlls
Ills II Force ForceSpecial Forcl ForclS ForcesSperta
S Special t1 Cable Cob Dtspatchei DUpolhu to THE 1 SUN SCKTOKIO SUNTOKIO SowToKzo
TOKIO May so 30en 30lIen Oen KurokJ reports rport the thecapture thecapture thecapture
capture of a Russian sublieutenant subleutenant and andseven andseven andseven
seven men of the Aruglnsky Arglnsky regiment regimentsoutheast regimentoutheat regimentsoutheast
southeast outheat of ofKaolmen ofKaolimen Kaollmen by Japanese Japnee scouts scoutsOn scoutaOn scoutsOn
On the Liaoyang Laoyag road on Saturday Saturay a adetachment adetchmtnt adetachment
detchmtnt detachment attacked atacked 2000 20 Russians RU8Ia at atAiyangpienmcn atAlyanlplenmen atAlyangpienfltefl
Aiyangpienmcn Af Aferan Afteran teran engagement last lostIng lastIng lastlog
Ing ninety minutes minute the tle Russians retired In Inthe Inthe inthe
the direction dirton of Solmachl Samachl when hen tho Japanese Japanesereceived JapMeO JapMeOrehed Japanesereceived
rehed received re rnforcemenl reenforcementol nforcementfl The Japanese Japaneseoccupied Japon Japonoccupie Japaneseoccupied
occupie occupied the position Their casualties casualtieswere calualle caluallewere casualtieswere
were thirtytwo thirtytwoCavalry thirytwo thirytwoCaalry thirlytwoCavalry
Cavalry scouts scout In a skirmish skirish on the theHalcheng tbeHaicheng theHaicheng
Haicheng road north nor th of Sbaszeku BbRzku shot shotsight shoteight shoteIght
eight Cosencks COack and infantry Infantr scouts scoutsST RCOU1 scoutsSr
ST PETEBSDURO PETFRSDtRG May SO 80tn 30Clan Oen Kouro Kouropatkln Kouropatkln Kouropatkin ¬
patkln telegraphs telegaphM to the Czar r that the theJapanese theJopanle theJapanese
Jopanle Japanese advanced adanc from Kwanyensin in west westward Wtwad westward ¬
wad ward on Soimadzl this thll morning The Thedrength Theatrngth Thestrength
atrngth strength of the theJapaneseforce Japanese Japante force forc Is unknown unknownIt uknown uknownI
It I is believed beleved In St Petersburg that this thisII thisis hisIs
II Is an attempt atempt to turn the Russian position positionit posiion posiionat
at Liaoyang LiaoyangLONDON IlaovangIONDCJ LianyangLosDot
LONDON IONDCJ May 31 3tThe 31The The Standard Bclidard prints printsa
a i despatch dtIpatch dated date Japanese JapaeJ headquarters headquartersMay headquarlrK headquarlrKMay
May 29 saying that news of Hkirmishes is isreceived isreived isreceived
reived received dally daly The Japanese Japanel are showing showingjreat showInggrt showinggreat
great grt activity actjty in road making The Japan Japansee Japane
see e who landed at at Takushan Toushan seem m to have haveitruck havotrck havestruck
struck trck the thl fringe of the rainy rain season In There Thereaavo Therehavo Therehave
have aavo been bn the heaviest downpours downpoursiThe downpour downpoure dowopoursbe
iThe be e Toshichao Tahlchao correspondent corpndent of the Mail Maili Mailss Mailsays
throughout south nouthrn southera IOuthern
ss says i ys heavy rains rins prevail prevai
retarding military militaryTJOVcmentB militarymoement4
era > rn Manchuria are mitary mitarymoementl
TJOVcmentB moementl moementlcapt moement4Capt TJOVcmentBrapt
capt Treubrldge TCUbrlde Not With IUI Togs TOKOSpecial To ToSpda TogsprcaJ
Special Spda CaW Deipatcli Dtpalll to THE SON SONLONDON SUNL SowLocoN
LONDON L DN May 30 3Capt 30Capt Capt Troubridge for forlerly formerly or ormerly
merly Naval Attache Atlcb of the British Brtsh Lega LegaIon I Legation la laton
tion Ion at Toklo who according aordln to reports reportccelved reportsrho reportsreceived
received ton rho here her from America Amerc mysteriously mysteriouslyUappeared mYlterOly mYlterOlydLpper mysteriouslydtsappeared
Uappeared from Japan about abou the time tlmoLdmiral timeAdmiral timeAdmiral
dLpper fleet Jap sailed from Sasebo Sasebohe Sasehoand
Admiral Togos Too net Ilo 8ho 8hoand
and who lto was supposed to ha1 have aCmpni aCmpnithe accompanied accompaniedthe
the he Admiral Admirl wa BUPO In an In advisory Idvllory capacity cpacUy has hasiron hl hasbren
bren iron In London for some am time tmp He had hadn hsda hadan
htn an n audience audienc with King Edward Ewar on May 17 171U 1 17ills
a ii ills 1U term tr of o service elc as Attach AttcM hu h expired ezplr ezplrI
Vnltfil nUte state Cruller Culnl Brooklyn Irookhn Hearhet HearhetTangier RUIII RUIIITanln HethttiTangier
Tangier and Inl Msyland May IAnI Msrlnen JlalntUnlit JlalntUnlitClr Mirlnrellandit Mirlnrellanditliter llandl llandlChirr
Chirr Clr Wants a Guarantee Jurntel of Aninmt Aninmtrer Amnlt AmnltreI Autnesty Autnestyfar
far reI All Al Ills 111 OITrnces OrrnetAllo OlfeneesAlso Ado a Ransom RanioniSpecial Ranol RanolCpulal RansomSpecial
Special CaW Cab Ditvatth Dllpaltl to Tax T SUN SUNTANOIEH SUNTANGIBn SUNTAN0IEn
TANOIEH May SO SRar 30Rear Rear Admiral Chad Chadwlok Chadwlckwho Chadwick
wick wlckwho who arrived arrie here hlre today on the cruiser cruiseiBrooklyn criller crillerBrooklyn cruiserBrooklyn
Brooklyn and ConsulQenoral ConulOeerl Oummertf Oummertfvisited luminertvisited ummer ummertlt
visited tlt Mohammed Mohamme el t1 Torres To the Sultans Sultanirepresentative tulanl tulanlreprlentatve Sultansrepresentative
representative reprlentatve in Tangier who later latfr re returnwl rotumNI raturned
turned the th vi vIjt I t t at the tht consulate colu1atl The TinBrooklyn TheBrklyn TheBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brklyn fired Irt a salute saluteTlie saluteThe saluteThe
The British Brltlb and American Amerlen representative representativehave reprlentath8 representativeshave
have Bent a I strongly worded note to the tinHultan theHulan theSultan
Sultan Hulan informing him that their govern governments goernmentl governinents ¬
ments mentl are unable to accede ace to the demand demandmade demandMmade demandsmade
made by the bandit Hnlmill Hamul and andlnthnatng andlnthnatngIhat Intimating inttmatlnnthat Intimatingthat
that tinletiH nll his hi Majesty MaJlt secures Recure the release releaMof rllele rlleleof releaseof
of Messrs Mmlsf Perdlcarlw PlrdlcarlK and Varley arley who are artprisoners areprloner areprIsoners
prisoners prloner In the hand of Holsullthey Halull Halsulltheywill Halsulltheywilltalcetlw they wll wlltakethe wi
takethe tal he matter mater Into their own hands The Thearrival fbearrhal ruearrival
arrival of the Brooklyn has ha greatly greaty im improved Improvd iouiroved ¬
proved provd the t he attitude atiude at t it ii tie of tIre Moorish authori authorities authorltl air I hori horities ¬
KnlHtili HIIJul Is II said to be b elated Ilated over the th situa situation situation Ituatol ¬
tion tol He threaten t to capture the Ihl secre secretary Blre Blretory secretary ¬
tary of the Italian ialan legation leRaton and his hil wife wifeSeveral wifeHveral wifeSeveral
Several Hveral of the thl tribes trib are adopting adoptng a threat threatening tbreatenlng threatenlug ¬
ening attitude atiude They want Ralsuli Halsul to de demand de deinand ¬
mand concessions conce iona in their behalf behalfWABiiiNnroN behalCA811NOTON behalfWASIIINOVON
WABiiiNnroN A811NOTON May fay SO 3oThe The negotiation negotiationfor negotatons negotatonsfor
for the he release relele of Ion Perdlcarls Perdlerls and Crom Cromwell Cromw1 Cromuii ¬
well w1 Varley have reached a critical crtcal stage stagethrough stagethrough tagethrough
through a I threat throt of Ralsuli Haillul their teir captor captorto cptor cptorto
to kill ki both of them unless unl08 his extraordinary extraordinarydemands etrrdinaT extraordinarydemands
demands are arl complied comple with wih This Thil infor information Information inforrnation ¬
mation reached the State Department Iepartment lout loutnight 111 hostnIghrtfrom
nIghrtfrom night from Mr II r Oummert the United State StateConsnldenvrat StateCOIHulenerl StatesConstrllejwrat
Consnldenvrat COIHulenerl at Tangier who with the theBritish theHrlllh thel3rltlsli
British Hrlllh Minister Mlnlttlr there ther Is II conducting the theexchangel theexchanges he heexchanges
exchanges exchangel with ithi Ralsuli 10Isul for securing Ilrlng free freedom fr frdom freesdom ¬
dom for Mr Perdlcarls and his stepson utepsonXo HtlpSon HtlpSonSo stepsonNo
Xo additional Instructions Intrcton have been beensent beenlent beensent
sent lent to Mr I lummerf ummer those transmitted transmittedpreviously tranlmlted tranlmltedprevlousllwlng transmittedprevIously
previously prevlousllwlng being considered conBldere as 1 sufficient sufficientto Butclent Butclentto
to cover the contingency now presented presentedMr preented preentedMr
Mr Clummerrt ummlm has been told that It is Im 1mposHlblo ImpO imluossilulo
posHlblo pO > lblo to grant gralt the thl demands demandM of Ralsuli Ralsuliwhich RalHul Raisulilikh
which likh Include ilclude In II addition additon to a heavy hla money moneyrmiHoni mOley mOleyfIIOm mooneyrnnsonu
rmiHoni fIIOm a guarantee guarnte on ollhl the part par of England Englandand Fglandand Englandand
and the United Unite States HtotP that that Ralsuli Ual ul and his hishand hs hshanel hIsiafll
for all offences offencesthiitthe oftenoesthat
hand shall reoolve amnesty amnlt al ofencl ofenclthntthe
thiitthe that the Morocran troops be bewlbdrawn withdrawn from fromhU tromhi front1ii
hU hi district nnd ani that hn shall not be com compellwl cm cmpll1 coinlelled
pellwl pll1 to pay po tribute or taxes toxc to the Sultan Sultanof Sulan Sulanof
of Morocco MoroccoWord Moroco MorocoWord
Word came to the State and ali Navy depart departmentfl dlpartment departmenta
mentfl ment this morning moring of the arrival of the thearmored thearmor thearmored
armored armor cruiser Brooklyn at Tangier this thismorning thlllmoring tItlemorning
morning moring The Brooklyn Is the flagship ftlgship of ofHoar ofHear ofItrar
Hoar Admiral Chndwick hatwick commanderin commanderinchlof cmmanderIn cmmanderInchief
chief of tho South Atlantic A Ilantc station ataton whu whuwent whuwent whowent
went ahead of tire tholt rest of his squadron slladron in inorder Inorder inorder
order to get to Tangier Tan ler in the quickest quickestpossible qulcklt qulckltpOlible quickestpossible
possible pOlible time tm In view iew of the threats of ofRatnuli ofRallOul ofRaletihl
Ratnuli RallOul It Is now nol considered conlderd likely that thatAdmiral thntAlral thatAdmIral
Admiral Chadwick will 11 land bluejackets bluejacketsand
and marines marln not only as I a warning to toRalflull toHatul tofialsull
Ralflull Hatul but to make the Sultans Sulans com commanders cm cmmimder cominanders ¬
manders mimder an nnthuslaitlo l fnthullutio as I possible pOlbte lj ip > their theircaptlyes thlreto theirftbt
eto ftbt T t toortiwi colhiel the bandi bandits to fl reloso a the thecaptlyea
captlyes captiN captlyeaTES7 captlyesTEST I
c t tESOF
Not the Equal Eu1 or American Amlrlen Flyers F Ie the theVerdict therdlet theVerdict
Verdict rdlet or the thl Crew CrewATLANTIC tf triwATLAn1C
ATLANTIC ATLNTC CITY N J May SO 0Two Two test testrun trt trtrnK testruiis
run rnK were tremade made with wih a French Bull loco locomotive 100 100motho lacemotive ¬
motive today tooyoer over tim West Jersey Jlrley and andSeashore andSemdlre andSeashore
Seashore Semdlre lines lnt by b officials omcald of the Pennsyl Pennsylvania PenMylanlaYRtem Penneylanla ¬
vania anlaYRtem system to gauge its speed pec its il power powerand powtr powtrnnd powerand
and endurance across acrM tho level stretch of ofroadway ofroadway ofroadway
roadway from from Camden to the shore Ihore The Thebest Thebtt Thebest
best btt the crew will wi say for it Is I that she shedont shedont shodont
dont touch the American flyers flyersThe ftvtrHThe flyersThe
The engine is medium meium in size sie and weight weightand wel weightand ht htand
and Instead of a I throttle has a wheel wblel The Theengineer Th Thengineer Thisengineer
engineer was WR Richard Hchard Doughty He con confesses cn cnfese conleases ¬
leases fese that he was WI not well wel enough ac acquaiii aequalljd acquaiued
quaiued quaiii d with its points plntll to get the best bestwork bPt bPtork bestwork
work ork out of it The locomotive locmothe Is to be beexhibited heexblbltt beexhibited
exhibited exblbltt at St St Louis LouisIt IuisI LouisIt
It I was attached atached to t a morning express expressfrom exprrB expressfrom
from Philadelphia Phiadelphia made tip lp of eleven cars carsThe CII carsThe
The express eprC was twelve minutes minute late In Inleaving InIivg Inlasvfng
leaving Iivg Camden The engine enginedid did not de develop dl dlelop develop
velop power p pdwer wer enough fnoulh to catch ctch up on the thedown thedon thedown
down trip trl but held Its 18 own This after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon ¬
noon It was attached atache to a I train of five fe cars carsand carl carland carsand
and just mado the trip on time tme76 tinie78 78 minutes minutesfor mlnlltl8for minutesfor
for the 68 miles milesIt mlf milesIt
It I was WI a 0 slow express txpre and ani no effort efort was waamado WI WImado wasmade
mado to speed pe but the engine never nevel8howed nevel8howedBlgs showed showedsigns showedsigns
signs Blgs of being ablo to compete cmpete with wih the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American style Ityle engines engine in making up lost losttime losttime losttime
time with ih bursts of speed speedThe IpeedTbe speedThe
The locomotive will wi be continued ontnue in inservice Inarvio inservice
service arvio for some sme days < on this tiii line lne and will willthen wi willthen
then be tried trlo on grade climbing climbingKITTRKMiK clmbing clmbingKITlFIWI climbingKTTIIEDE
lie Wa Was u Shot on Saturday atunla With 11h a Pistol He HeCarried le leCrrlrd HeCircled
Carried In His Ila Satchel SatchelEAST SatchelEAST trhtl trhtlEAST
EAST JAFFRKT JAFFK N H 1 1 May 30 3CarIM 3CarIMR 30Charles 30CharlesIl Charles CharlesR
of tho Monadnock MonadnockSavings MonadnockSavings
R Kittredge Kittrge treasurer trasurr Monadnok MonadnokSving
Sving Savings Bank Bnk died die today todo from from the effecU effecUof elra1 elra1of
of a bullet bulet wound ho received on Saturday SaturdayAccording Sturay SturayAcoring SaturdayAccording
Acoring According to the story of his hll family Co mi y Mr MrKittredge MrKitrege MrKlttredge
Kittredge Kitrege was wa on his way to the bank bnk carry carrying carryIng carrying ¬
ing a satchel which contained contane a loaded loadedrevolver loade loadedrevolver
revolver in addition sddlton to considerable considerble loose loosecoin 10 10coll loosecoin
coll coin and other articles arlclel He put down downthe donthe downthe
the satchel chet with considerable force and andthe andthe andthe
the weapon wepon was wa discharged dl8 harged The bullet bulletentered bulletentert bulletentered
entered entert Mr Klttredges Kltredge body hoy and passed passedupward pllO passedupward
upwardK4SE upwardK4ISEIf upward upwardKAISER
Hillary mtl Atlsche Auarhl Taken Long JAnc Icttrr ltr lo lothe ti tiIhe tothe
the Kusitan Commander CommanderSpecial I01mlndtr I01mlndtrptrlol emnianderSpecIo
Special CaNe Deifatcli Dtparh to THE IB SUM Su SuBERLIN SunBERLIN SUMBERLIN
BERLIN May a 30 30The TheOst Oat AsSert A Ben theorgan theorgantt tbeorgon tbeorgonof
of tt the German Germn Asiatic Society Sciety says 8y that fhatMaJor thatMajor hat hatilajor
MaJor Runkle who bo is I on his hl way IY to the Far Farlast Far7t Farast
7t last as one of the German Germn military mitary attaches attachesIth atah atahwih attach attachwith
wih with Ith the Russian Army Arm takes takO a somewhat somewhatolumlnous somewhatolumlnoU somewhatvoluminous
voluminous olumlnoU manuscript letter leter from Emi Emiieror Er Erperor Emnperot
ieror William Wiim to Gen Kouropatkln KouropatklnIt Kouropatln KouropatlnI
It I In I i said that his Majesty Majety is following followinghe folowing folowingthe
attention The TheIcneral TheGeneral TheGeneral
the he campaign campagn with wih great atentlon
General Staff Sta submits submis submitseketches sketches sketche to tohim him twice twicelally hvlcedal twicedaily
tho various movements movementslanding movementsLanding
daily dal explaining aroU monmentl monmentllndln
landing More Troops ToOP In Cores CoreaSpecial Cera Ceraprlal CoresspcSai
Special < prlal CaHe cblt Deifalth Dtpatllo to Tax T B Sox SoxSHANGHAI SI SowSliAwalur
SHANGHAI SIANOIA May 30 30It It is II reported repor here herehat herethat herethat
that several Japanese e transports trapor are land landng landIng landing
Ing ng troops troop In northeastern northeBtem Cocoa CoreaThe Cora CoraTe Cocoarho
The Te FrUoe Flo Meteor Ileteor Train TaIn Wrecked WreckedDALLAH frHkP frHkPD1LR WreckedDaitas
DALLAH D1LR Tex May SO SThe 30The The Frisco Friscoifeteor J FrleooMeteor
Meteor Meter the fastest train trin on the St Louis Louisnd Lul Luland Louisand
and nd San Rn Francisco Frncl Railroad Riroad was wrecked wreckedir wke wreckednear
Tho ThoVeils Th Thells
near ir r Dcnlson Dnln Tex this evening eVlnlng
Veils tI ells Fargo Express Expr me messenger senger is reported reportedo reprte
to o bo ll fatally fatall and the he postal ptal clerk badly badlynjured badlyInjure badlyinjured
injured Injure No lo other details have been beeneceived bD bDreive beenreceived
received reive hero
Klgn NIII IHnpUyril UAplpll by b Parading Prllnc Nrgroe Nror Causes CauiriBloodshed CausesUloudehed u uUouahecln
Bloodshed Uouahecln In Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPHILADELPHIA lhlIflphl lhlIflphlPnDBLPUIA lhihitlelpiilCPi1usDaLpuA
PHILADELPHIA May 30 3ln 30In In a race rlo rloat riot riotat I Iat
at Thirtieth Thirteth and Reed Re streets streeI this thi afternoon afternootsix alernoon afternoonsix i iIlx
six Ilx lelon8 lrsons > ersona were seriously sriously Injured Injure a 1 sconof score scoreof scoreof
of others othel wereftllghtly were lghty hurt and eleven elevenwere elevenwere levenwere
were arrested arreted charged charge with wih assault Bault ant antbattery and andbtery andbattery
battery btery and inciting Inciing to riot riotTho riotThr riotThe
The Thr Injured Injurd are Hone Ione Nametsr Nametr o yean yeanold yer yerold yearsold
old shot Ibot In the back Lck Jesse Jle Wailer Wallr colored coloredhead coloftdhead coloredhead
head battered batere Robert McCollough McColough shot shotwound shotwound shotwound
wound In abdomen abomen Lizzie Laiigdott Lngdon II IIyears 18 18yeorl I Iyears
years yeorl old shot In the abdomen abomen Policeman PolicemanAlbert Policemn PolicemnAlbert PolioemauAlbert
Albert Gibson Obn fractured rcured skull skul and Wil William Wi Wil11am ¬
liam lam Boyd detective dptpctle stab wound In the theabdomen theahdomen theabdomen
abdomen abdomenThe ahdomenThe abdomenThe
The riot started shortly 8horty after 3 oclock oclockThe oclok oclokTe oclockThe
The Te trouble troull iti b ascribed Icribd to ba a negro ngro band bandtliat bandthat bandthat
that paraded praded through the streets strt playing playingragtime playingrgtmo playingragtime
ragtime rgtmo and ald patriotic patrloto airs air A wagon wagonfollowed wagonfoUowed wagonfollowed
followed tho band and antrrrlld carried a large sign signproclaiming signproclalnlng signproclaIming
proclaiming proclaimingThis proclalnlng
This 1111 iII1 Is 1 the tle U la ttay > VfK WI celebrate ctl celebrateA brlle i iA 1 1A
A crowd of colored and ad white whie children childrengathered chidrn chidrngathpled childrengathieed
gathered gathpled at the corner of Patton Pat4n and Reed Reedstreets Reedstreets d dItrtl
streets Itrtl to watch the band pass pai The white whitechildren whie whieehldren whitechildren
children ehldren Immediately took exception ecpton to o the thoelphHI1ld theemphasized ho hoemphasized
elphHI1ld emphasized Wo in tho sign and started Itarted to laargue toargue toargue
argue with wih wit the negro children ehldrln Stoned Stonedbegan Ht Stonesbegan nl
began to fly ly and In a few minutes minutl8 the nile missiles Ils Ilsall nilesties ¬
sties all were going in all directions directionsA dirton dirtonA
A soon scr of negroes negros ran from their thir homes homeson homeon
on Patton Paton street btrt and became Icame Involved Involvedwith Involvedwilh involvedwith
with a group gro lp of white whie men One of the thenegroes tbenegroes thenegroes
negroes Elisha Elsha Ash A h of 2136 Commerce Commercestreet Commero Commerostret commercestreet
street stret drew drw u I revolver rvohI asserting assring that be hecould becould becould
could lick lk any white man In II the crowd crowdThe crowdhe crowdThe
The he white man mn being Ilng unarmed unare fled ft down downthe downthe downthe
the street strt and the negro followed folowP firing firinghis fring fringhi firinghis
his hi revolver rvolver One Onl of the shots from frm Ashs Ashsrevolver Ah Ahreolvr Ashsrevolver
revolver reolvr struck Lizzie IIre tangdon OH al she Ihe wan wanstanding wal wasstanding i istandbig
standing on the steps 8tep Another bullet bulet hit hitIlonu hitI0ne hitlIons
lIons I0ne Natnetz Nalot a sixyearold slxYlrold girl In II the theback theoek theback
back backPolicemen oek oekPoUcmenruehed backPolicemen
Policemen PoUcmenruehed rushed to the scene but were werepowerless Wlre Wlrepowerle werepowerless
powerless powerle to check bite riot rot Detective DetectiveBoyd DetectheBoyd DetectiveBoyd
Boyd of the Baltimore Baltmore and Ohio Railroad Railroadgrabbed Halroad Halroadgbb Railroadgrabbed
grabbed gbb Ash as he fired fred the last Ias shot He Hewrested Hewreste Hewrested
wrested wreste the revolver from the negros negrosgrasp negrosgap negrosgrasp
grasp gap but b1t Ash drew a knife from frol his hil pocket pocketand poket poketand pocketand
and stabbed Boyd In the stomach stomachA
A squad of policemen polcmtn pursued PUl8ue Ash and andhe andhI andhe
he hI was WI finally cornered lornlr and arrested arftf in inthe Inthe ittblue
the cellar < lar of a neighbors ntlghbors house houseMeanwhile houaefealwhle houseMeanwhile
Meanwhile fealwhle the riot spread in the street streetJesae street streetJesse
Jesse Jte Waller Waler aller another negro fired lrd his re revolver revolver reuolver ¬
volver into the crowd crd striking trikllg Robert RobertMcCollough Rober RobertMcCollouigh
McCollough lcColough Then he fled fte into a house houseleaned houlleI houseleaned
leaned I tan I from the window and emptied pmpte his hisrevolver bt hisrevolver
revolver rlvollr Into the ho crowd crowdFrom crowdFrom crowdFront
From the adjoining window Mary Ilar WaIler Wallerlib WalAr
lib wife rained rlle h a volley of bricks upon upn the thehead theheod
head of the thl people beneath one on of them themstriking
striking Policeman Polcema Gibson Gbaon and fracturing fracturinghis
his skull Ikul Waller Wallr kept on 01 discharging his hisrevolver JIII JIIIrvolver hisrevolver
revolver rvolver until Int Sergt Srgt Christie Chrilte of the Fif Fifteenth Flftetnth Fifteenth ¬
teenth street atrt and Snyder Snyer avenue station stationentered stto sttoenter elatIonentered
entered enter the house hOUe by the he rear and placed placedWaller plaCt placedValler
Waller and his wife under arrest arrestODELL arre8t arre8tOD arrestODriol
Expect FPtt Odell Ode te Pick Pt out Somebody Smtbr Rise RiseWhile FJI ElseWhile
While Wie flair Pat PlaItsSome Awfty AwftySome
Some of aovwrnorChairroan GovOrnur Odells qdehisad qdehisadberents d 1sa ad adherents ¬
herents hernhiere were ere at a the Hotel Manhattanflast Manhattanflastnight MaIant MaIantalabt Man1iattanhastnight
night and ddelvem delivered themselves theeluao of afew afewutterances a r 11w 11wutthraneea w wuttrc
utterances uttrc In the first fnt place plac they the said saidthat saidthat td tdtht
Iad bat Senator Platt Plattwas PlattgoIng Plattwas
that tht they the were werf glad Jbat
was going to Europe Eurpe on July 15 to be b gone gonenntll lne lneontl goneuntil
until ontl Sept lPpt 1 The Thl GovernorChairman GovernorChairmanis OoernorCaiman OoernorCaimanII
is II to return to this country ountr on June Jun 14 14and i iand 14and
and immediately after ater the Republican Republicannational RepubU Repubuclnnational
national natonal conventionadjourns conventon convention adJol adjourn at a Chicago Chicagolate Ctca Chicagolate
late In June the GovernorChairman Goy Oo rnorChairr orCalrnan an is isto Isto isto
to take ta1n up lp in real relealet earnest the State ticket tickethe toe toehe tIckethe
he Is II to name nameat at at the convention cnventon to be beheld beheldIn held heldin heldin
in the fall fallThe fal fallThe
Tle The UovernorCliairnianri GoverorChalrmanl cronies oronie went wenton wenton wenton
on to admit that all al over the tht State of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York there is II a demand approaching an anoutcry anoutc anoutcry
outcry outc for the nomination nominaton of Elihu Elhu Root Rot for forGovernor forOovernor forGovernor
Governor but that the GovernorChair GovernorChairman ¬
OuvlrnorCalr OuvlrnorCalrman
man and his hil clique clque were violently Iolenty op opposed oppOI opposed ¬
posed pOI to t < the nomination nomnation of Mr Root Rt and andthat andthat andthat
that in the absence abence of Senator Platt Plt In j Europe Europethey Ellropethey Europethey
they are aeto to attempt to stifle Itile in all 11 the thecounties theount thecounties
counties ount of the State the sentiment lentment of the theRepublicans theROPllbUcM theRepublicans
ROPllbUcM Republicans demanding the nomination nominaton of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Root RootThese Rot RotTh8e RootThese
These Th8e candid cndid cronies croniel of the he Govornor GovornorChalrroan GovornorChalnan GovernorChairman
Chairman Chalnan said that they hoped to accom accomplish acm acmpUsh accomnphisli ¬
pUsh this stifling tiflng business bUlO through the theGovernorChairmans theGoverorbalrmans theGovernorChairmans
GovernorChairmans Goverorbalrmans officeholders offirholder and ad It Ittranspired Ittrnspired ittranspired
transpired trnspired that the GovernorChairman GovernorChairmania Ooverorhalran OoverorhalranIs
Is relying upon the work of thee these office officeholders omc officeholders ¬
holders holdel for a I continuance contnuace of his hold upon uponthn upcnthe uponthe
the Republican State machine as a well wel as asthe a asthe
the nomination of whom he pleases pleut for forGovernor forGoveror forGovernor
Governor Goveror and for all al the other offices ofo to be befilled befle befilled
filled fle this thll fall fallOne fal fallOne
One of GovernorChairman GovernorChairan Odells Odelll office officeholders omc oceholders ¬
holders said saidWe aaidWe saidWe
We dont want Root He wouldnt be befriendly befrlndy befriendly
friendly frlndy to the te Odell OdeI machine machineIn
In other cther words wor Mr lfr Root wouldnt wouldt be beany beany beany
any more favorable favorble to the ho Odell Odel machine machinethan maohlnetban machinethan
than Odell Odel was os to the Platt machine machineYoure machineYour machineYoure
Youre Your e en n sonny Ionny youre oure on onRRIDGE onRDGE onBRIDGE
Structure Carries CarriesDownPeraona rll Dwn Dw Prrion Peont Who 10 Were WereWatching WereWatehlng tre trealohln
Watching alohln Memorial 11tlorl1 Day D Exercises KxrretietDKNVBB Jnrell JnrellDXIVEB ExercisesDEavan
DKNVBB DXIVEB May 30 3When 30When When the memorial memorialxerciscfl memoril memorilexerci8 memorialexercises
exercises exerci8 > were at their height today and andeterans andveteranl andveterans
veterans veteranl were wer casting etnK flowers fower on the waters watersif
of if the Arkansas River In memory of the thelerolo theherolo theheroio
lerolo dead at least INt four persons per on were wereilungod wereplunge wereplunged
plunged plunge to death dttb by tho fall fal of a afoot foot bridge bridgeit
at it the lower edge ege of Riverside Riveride Park About Abouti Abut Abutd070n
a i dozen d070n others fell fel Into the stream stlm and andnarrowly andnrrowly andnarrowly
narrowly nrrowly escaped escapedThe epe escapedThe
The accident was wa witnessed by nearly
1000 10 1 000 persons all al of whom seemed powerless powerlessto powerl powerlto
to render pon assistance Iltnc The known dead deadare deadare deadare
are Mrs Mn Clarence Clarenc A Tompkins aged age SS SSHazel 3 35Hazel
Hazel Linen Lln aged agN6 6 Esther Lther Morgan aged age 8 Band 8and 8and
and Pearl Pearluoland Holland aged aged B BFour I 9Four
Four others are a said sid to t be b lost lot Nora NoraAnderson NoraAdeIon NorsAnderson
AdeIon Anderson aged ae IS I U I mlsnlngandthe ming missing and th e body bodyof by byof
of a boy by watt wa seen sen floating foatng at Cleora Clra two twomiles t10 t10mie twomiles
mie miles down the river riverPOSSE riverPOSS riverrosst
Shot hoot One After Aftr IkDay IIDy Chase L1ale and Fellow FellowThem Felow FelowThtm FellowThem
Them to the Bad Land LandCHEYKNNK lAndCIEYRNNR lAndsChEYENNE
ChEYENNE CIEYRNNR Wyo May SO 30Two Two mem memera membrs menuhers
brs hers era of the Driftwood Driftwoo Jim McCloud gang gangf ganeof gangof
of f outlaws outaws were overtaken overken today tday at the theutney thePutney thePutney
Putney Ranch Rnch in the t Big Horn Hor Mountains Mountainsby
by y Sheriff Sherll Webb and a posse pOe They had badeen hadbn hadbeen
bn been een on the th trail tral for fifteen fftn days and ad a abattle abatte abattle
battle ensued ensuedOne ensuedOne
batte One ensue of the outlaws outaws was wa shot from Cr his hishorse hi hishorse
horse but managed maae to escape to the Bad Badnds Bd BdLd8 BadLands
Ld8 Lands nds where whe his bl companions cmpaion fcap went The Theomol Theoffbeat I Iflloen
offbeat omol are a in close clO pursuit purut and ad another anotherattle Motherbatte anotherbattle
battle batte will wi be b fought for the te bandits bad I will willot wi willnot
not ot give up without witout making a fight fightThe fb fightThe
u mag
The outlaws outa were wtr kept supplied IUppUe with withreeh wih wihfrh w1t w1tfresh
fresh frh horses hOr by friends frimd while the te officers officerslave ofor oforhve oMoershave
hve have lave been bn unable to procure pror fresh fr mounts mountsIhe mou1 mountsThe
The Thl hOfllN hOfllNaE horses horsesbgwETe gang Rag has h a large larlo number numbr of stolen stolenEWETS stolenhOfllN stolenhorses
Ar Ar Mipertor tor four our rick ark ea 0 onn t tT
I n Att T Dtvtr De Sons S OOHIM 0 Go1 tidies 11D 8k 1t Ntw Ne Yerk YerkAtt 1el YerkMs
> TllKATItES TllKATItESBclleviif TIIF4TIfo5AIlelievue
HOSPITAL llJ1AIJ Al Tl41RFi Tl41RFiIlevuf
Bclleviif Ilevuf In CJIoom Glool for Three Ifee llotin 101r Thra ThraIres ThraIrl Theetee
Irl tee Ires Had lad Second Nuppl Hu NupplFort plFort Fort George CJforgCrowd GeorgeCrowsi < eore eoreCr11
Crowd Cr11 Mcarrtl NerrdFlood < lFIooili Floods Stall 81al Trains Tlln 01 01New on onNew enNew
New Haven Line and aoOOO 00 on 01 Can CanDuring cl clDurng CallDuring
During Durng the storm Itor which began ban about aboutSO aboutC aboutC3O
C C3O SO last it evening lightning struck strlelt thiplant the theplant theplant
plant of the United Electric Light Com Company Cm Cmpny Cornpany ¬
pany at Twentyeighth Twtntyellhth street trPt and the theEast theFst theEast
East River putting putng a dynamo dyamo out of bud business bu budit l lII ¬
ness II IM ass
nessThis IMThil This Thil dynamo dyamo supplied Bellevue Blete Hospital Hospitaland HOplal HOplaland Hospitaland
and WllackH WullackH Hamnierstelns Hammerlwlns and the theCasino theCasino theCasino
Casino theatres theat and these places became becamedark bare baredark becamedark
dark The theatres theatrel had arranged for forjust furJust forJust
just such an emergency mergfnrr being bflng also sup supplied suppled supplied ¬
plied pled by another electric elctric light lght company companyAs companyAl
As Al soon 80n a as the lights lghts went out in the thetheatres thetbetres thetheatres
theatres tbetres the management had the emer emergency emergency ernstgonoy ¬
gency supply of electricity electricty turned trned on onBellevtie onBelevue onBellevuju
Bellevtie Belevue Hospital HOlpital was wa not so fortunate fortunateFrom rortunateFrom fortunateFrom
From 7 oclock until tit 10 the wards warl were werelighted wereIghtf werelighted
lighted Ightf by candle cndlM and gas gal About 10 10oclock toocock 10oclock
oclock ocock the thl disabled diabled dynamo was wal repaired repairedand repalrt repairedand
and then the electric lights lghts In the hospital hospitalwere ho hospitalwere pital pitalwere
were turned tured on again againWhen againWhen agaInWhen
When the storm struck snlk Fort George Gerge the thecrowd theowd thecrowd
crowd owd of merrymakers mermaker there got a 1 bad badscare badscoro badscare
scare About Aout GOO 5 women and children childrensought chidren chidrenught chIldrensought
sought ught shelter from the rain In Trocadero TrocaderoHall TrocaderoHal TrocaderoHall
Hall Hal Lightning Llgbning struck Itrck the flagpole 1apQle put putting putling pittting ¬
ting out all al the electric eletric lights lghts In the build buildIng buid buidIng buildbig
Ing There Tlr4 was wa a stampede from from the place placebut plce plcebut placebut
and the attendants attendantsnoon
but two policemen Iolcemen atendant atendantsn
noon sn quieted the crowd and got them to toreturn toretur toreturn
return retur to the hall when they were convinced con cn cnvinced cotuvinced ¬
vinced that little ltle damage amage had been blel done doneThen doneThen doneThen
Then tho crowd got another scare fare A Ahuge Ahlge Ahuge
huge hlge torrent torrnt of water rushed r he down Am Amsterdam Ameram Amterdamn ¬
sterdam eram avenue clogging the sewers sewel and andfilling andflnl andfilling
filling flnl the street The water poured pured Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the building uldlng causing cl1ing tho women to take takerefuge tabrefuge takerefuge
refuge on the ohalrs and tables tablesBut tlble tablesBut
But this didnt prevent the waiters walers from fromkeeping fromkeping fromkeepIng
keeping keping an eye on the opportunity opporuniy They Theyremoved Theyremoved hey heyrmove
removed rmove their t hllr shoe sho and stockings stoklliS rolled rolledtheir roled roledtheir rolledtheir
their trousers trousrs up to their knee ke and rushed rushedaround rUllhe rushedaround
around the tje place plac yelling yellingWho yellng yellngWho yellingWho
Who wants the handsome hand ome waiter waiterThereafter waier waierflreafer waiterThereafter
Thereafter flreafer beer br business uslne was brisk even evenbefore evenbfore evenbefore
before bfore the water subsided subsidedDowntown subside subsidedDowntown
Downtown there ther was WW little ltle lightning Igbtnlng or orthunder orthllnder orthunder
thunder The rainfall rainfal was wa 43100ths toth of an aninch anInch aninch
inch It I wet the street 8trtetl and made them themuloppy themtlloppy themsloppy
sloppy and unpleasant unpleasantMOUNT unpleasantMOUN unpleasantMouJrn
MOUNT MOUN VBBNOK VBINON N N Y May 30 300 A heavy heavyrainstorm hfayraln8torm heavyrainstorm
rainstorm this thl afternoon atron In addition addiion to todamaging todllnglng todamaging
damaging dllnglng country estates etat of rich NewYorkers New SewYorker NewYorkers
caused the theHarlem theHarlem theHarlem
Yorkers In Weatchester Wltcheter county caus
Harlem and New Haven Hoen railroad rairoad tracks tracksbetween track tracksbetween
between btwen Melrose Melrl and ad Ford Fordham ham to be flooded floodedin foded fodedin
in some Sme places plcM to a depth of three thro feet feetA fet fetA feetA
A high tide tde on the East River made mde the thewater theater thewater
water ater back bak up through a big outlet outet sewer sewerwhich sewerhlch sewerwhich
which hlch is i used Ule to carry car off the water watr along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the tracks traks and express espr6 trains had to dash dashthrough duhthrough dashthrou
through throu gh the 10 flood floodAll food foodAl floodAll
All Al the trains were wer crowded crwded with wth New NewYork SewTork NewYork
York people Jple who wo had been bn spending epndlg the theday tbeday theday
day in I the tbecuntr country and ondwba when hsa the t engine enginestruckthg eint enginesslruek I IItrekth
struckthg Itrekth slruek the deep dp water there ther was 1 a roar rrof of ofsteam ofsteam I Iltm
steam ltm In 8verllst several evera Instance istan HghU JbU were wereextinguished wi weiextiaiihed wiutn
extinguished utn bnd and th t there re was w gr great at t excite excitement exciteunent ¬
ment among amog anmn g th te passengers pad ezagers The water wateron Wateron al
on the thehls thelraoks 1 racks reached Icie to toUcr toth the p oar eartwo steps tp and addtwo andtwo
two engines eiines were ere disabled dlble and ad new new newhad ones oneshad ine
had bd to be b sent for before bfor the th carloads carlo da of ofpeople ofpeople
people popl could culd be b pulled pule out of the flooded floodeddistrict foot floodeddiat
district districtDuring diat riot riotDuring
dlt rct rctDurine
During tho height of the th storm Itorm the th roof roofof rof rofof roofof
of the big bi rotary rtarysator station of the th Rookie Huckleberry Hukle Huklehrry Rookieberry ¬
berry hrry trolley toley road at Mount Vernon be began b begao ¬
Ian leaking so 6 that water waer fell fel on the tb dyna dynamos dya dyamOlundthe dynamosandthe ¬
mOlundthe mosandthe mos und the power bad b to be b abut off for an anhour a anhour
hour hou More than 20000 20 20 pleasure leasur seekers seekerswere seekerswere ker
were wer stalled on the cars crs while the storm stormwas stormwas stormwas
was raging ragingPATEBSOK raglnlPATERON rigingPATEtSON
PATEBSOK PATERON N J 7 May SO 3A 30A A heavy hoV rain rainstorm ran ranstan rainstorm ¬
storm stan that passed paed over here this thl evening eveningwashed evenlnlwallhe eveningwashed
washed wallhe a large sand land bank Lnk at West Wtt Nutley Nutleyonto Nutey Nuteyon Nutleyonto
onto on o the trolley troley tracks of the Public Publc Service ServiceCorporation Herve IlerviosCorporation
Corporation Corrtlon and delayed dolaye traffic between betweenthis btwen btwenthis betweentitle
this city cty and Newark Nlwark until unUI 9 oclock oclockTwo oclookTwo oclockTwo
Two hundred and fifty ffy passengers p8ngor were wereheld wer wereheld
held in five fve cars In the pouring pnrnl rain rin for three threehours thr threehours
hours hour Hundreds of Decoration Decraton Day sight sightseers sightsors sightseers ¬
seers sors from Newark Newarl were detained In Pater Paterson Paterlon Petereon
son lon by the congestion congeston of travel due to the thewashout thewubout thewashout
washout and many may women with children childrenIn ohldrn ohldrnIn
In their arms ars were compelled cmple to walt for forhours forhour forhours
hours hour on the street streetThe streetThe trt trtThe
The storm str was WC one 001 of the wont wort that has liasvisited ha havlt hasvisited
visited vlt this section sction In years yearsTHOVOUT YMr YMr1loalT yearsTIIO1GIIT
THOVOUT 1loalT UK If HAD S10OOOVOO S10OOOVOOHrmpttead SIOD SIODIrnlteal 100001100Henipetead
Hrmpttead Irnlteal BlacksmIth DIlkmUb Insane IDaane Buys UU Dla Dlamomti DlamODI Diemends
mends mODI and Has I All Al III J liii Teeth Teth Extracted ExtractedHEMPRTBAD Fraettd FraettdIEPRTEAD ExtractedHEMIBTEAV
HEMPRTBAD IEPRTEAD L I I May 30 SRobrt 30Robert Robert Dew Dawson Vawson
son who has been working for some time tlmoas tme tmea timeas
a as a blacksmith blackamih for members member of a the Meadow MeadowBrook MeadowBrook MeadowBrook
Brook Hunt lunt Club became becae Insane yesterday yesterdayand yetray yetrayId yesterdayand
Id and Imagined Imained he had 110000000 toOO He de decided doolded decIded ¬
cided to give up a life lfe at the forge and ad left leftfor lenfor leftfor
for HetnpHtead Hepltead He e went to several sveral stores storesand stor storand storesand
and told the proprietors that tat he had fallen fallenheir flen flenheir fallenheir
heir to a a very ver large fortune fortun In England Englandwhere Englandwhtre Englandwhere
where he formerly lived livedThe lved lvedTe livedThe
The Te goods good he asked Iked for were er at once oncerorthcomlng onc onceforthcoming
forthcoming Among the things tblnl he or ordered order ordered ¬
der dered were wer two diamond rings a handsome handsomegold bandome bandomegold handsomegold
gold watch gold eyeglasses eyeglBe and some sme of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best bst suits of clothing clothingAs cothing cothingAll
As he wan being bing fitted fted for one of the suits suitsDawson sultaDawsn suitsDawson
Dawsn Dawson noticed notc that his teeth teth needed nee attest attention attn attntion attesttionanddeoided ¬
tionanddeoided tion and Id decided at once to have two of the thefinest thoflnCllt thefinest
finest sets sts that could culd be purchased purha and ad at atthe atthe atthe
the same sme time tme to do away with toothache toothacheforever tothacbe tothacbeforver toothacheforever
forver forever He went to a dentist Pull PullJiem Pullthem Pullthem
them all al out and ad give i me the best bt sets se1 I can canjuy cn cnbuy canbuy
buy juy for I have hav plenty Jltn y of money for them themthe themThe themThe
the dentist dentit did ns ho II was wa told and ad out came cameill cameall cameall
all of DawsonH Daw onI teeth Now the dentist dentit is isrendering I Iwondering iswondering
wondering where wher his bl pay pa Is I coming from fromThis tromThi frontThis
This Thi morning moring P Berg noticed notic a man In Inils InhIs Inhi
hIs hi front garden Every Ever one of the plants plantslad plat plantshad
had been b torn up by the intruder who whourned whoturned whoturned
turned out to be Dawson The flowers flowersiad flower flowershad
had been ben gathered gather in an immense bunch bunchnrhich bunchwhich unohwhich
which required rulftd two arms an to hold holdGoing holdGoing boldGoing
Going to give them to my wife 1 1t you youenow youknow OU OUknow
know enow said ld Dawson We have millions millionstow miions miionsnow millionsnow
now and this tbi Is a forerunner forernner of whets whtl to tosome 10cme tocome
some someHe cme comeHe
He was wa hustled hu te off to a cell cellHEPIjA clt cltSHEPlut cellSHEPIA
FeI Fell > tl Off 01 01 a Bridge Dde BridgeWbhlePraylng While be Praying Paln far fa a Heta Hetatlve 8t1 8t1the eIs eIsthe >
the Wit 1 1ie Was W Drowned DrownedWitKitBBAnitR DoWtd DoWtdWUUSBARIUC DrownedWurxxeaaamt
WitKitBBAnitR Pa May SO SWble 30While While pray prayng pry prying praylag
lag ng for a relative relatve who was w drowned drowe five fiveears fve fveyears fiveyears
years ears ago George Gore Shepla of Plymouth Plymouthell Plymouthtel
tel fell ell from the bridge brdg there ther this thi afternoon afternoonmd aftron aftronad afternoonand
md ad was 1 drowned drowe He bad bd heard br of the theAmerican t theAmerican
Americ American custom ctom of special speca services rlc for forthe forte forthe
te the dead ded on Decoration Derstln Day and ad told a aricnd afrlnd afriend
friend frlnd that tht he was 18 going to pray for his hiselatlve hi hisrelative
relative rltve who ho lost his h1 Kln life in the PrJ river and andfhose andwhOe andwhose
whose whOe body boy was wl never recovered recoveredCeaek fver fverou recoveredCosth
Ceaek ou Zinnias Fnnl t St Leati 1 BIHM BIHMl IIUo 1500 1500Via
Via l 11 LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD AIROAn June tad 2d 2dTI1 ladTLekets
TI1 TLekets ro Coed 0 00 dlY d roaches ab olr ceip e 8cc lia ttms cb laW
h In 111 thIs ppr paper for Ickn t1eke el icssAft
vrnDEREn TASCOTT 4tOT DEAD DEADPronnector OFMI OFMIPolpfelor DE4DProspector
Prospector Polpfelor Tells Trl or Dramallo UraOIC Knil In II Alaska Alaokaor
or Famous 101 Chicago Chi Crime CrimeVICTORIA rImsVicroala lml lmlVICRIA
VICTORIA VICRIA B 0 May 30 oPbIlIp Philip Phlp Robert Robertsou Rlrt Rlrtsou Robertson
sou P veteran Ittrn prospector protpecor and mining miningman Ilnlng Ilnlngma mIningman
man ma of the lower Yukon has h reached rfached Daw Dawson Jaw aw awaon
aon with wih a surprising lurprl lnl story Apparently Apparentlyit Apprently ApprentlyIt
it clears olelrl up the famous Snail Hnelmurder murder case CI of ofChicago ofChicgo ofChicago
Chicago Chicgo since llce It locates loat and ald disposes dl poHI of ofhe oft ofthis
t this he murderer Taacott TaacottKobert Taot TascottRobertson
HolertfOI Robertson Kobert on left Itf Dawson awlon last fall fal hi a asmall aIn11 astimli
small In11 boat bat for the mouth of the Taiiana Taiianaexpecting Tananaeptit Taitanaexpectlfig
expecting eptit to catch a steamer stlamer to Fairbanks FairbanksAfter Fairbnks FairbnksAfer FairbanksAfter
After Afer fighting fghtlnl an Ice run he reached reehe a apoint apint apoint
point pint near nHr Dalit ahl River where he made madecamp madecamp nuadecamp
camp There a fugitive flgilvl dog joined Jolled him himseemingly himHeemlnlly himseentingly
seemingly In 11 distress dlltre So S peculiar pacullr were UH UHnotion IM IMnloOt Itsactions
notion nloOt that Robertson Robort on followed folowe it being beingled heinlte beingled
led te to a lonely cabin concealed conceale in II a bunch bunchof blnch blnchof bunchof
of scrub scrb about about 400 40 yards above the river riverThere riverThere riverrhers
There he le found a dying dyig man whose who8 first flrstquestion frMt frMtqUHton firstquestion
question qUHton was Are Arl you an al officer officerThe ofrer ofrerthe officerThe
the The sick man then became tincotmclots tincotmclotsTwo unrI18lops unrI18lopsTwo tincotiselotsTwo
Two bourn h011 later he awoke awokeSee awoktlSee awokeSee
See here he wild aid Im Im dying and Ind Ive Ivegot 1 1got Ivegot
got something lomething on 01 oil my chest chet Ive Ie got 10 to toget togit toget
get git rid of My names namfK not Watson Watlon Its ItsToscott IPI ItsIascott
Toscott 101 Im Tascott TI N I Im Im Im getting lelln what whatI
I deserve Im 11 getting getng paid for what I did didI dl
I feel l l myself going and I know where hen Ill Illgo Il Illgo
go You can an tell ttl the bo s I when whln hey corns cornoback ctre ctreblc1 cornsback
back backA blc1
A few hours houllater later he died diedOr4I dle dleQl41 diedQf41R
Wanted ante Cameron Caltron CaineronloTell to Tell TIU Him 11m Hr U Should WioulilName ShouldName houll houllNai
Name Nai a Politician oltelan an National Nallnallllrlan NallnallllrlanBUTER Chairman ChairmanBEAVER ChairmanBEAVER
BEAVER Pa May SO 3A 30A A story wa Wi was told toldat toldat toldat
at the Quay residence re reskl idnC nct today IIdy that that Senator SenatorQuay HenalorQuay SenatorQuay
Quay and Don Cameron aliron last Friday Frlty dur during durInl durlog ¬
log their talk spoke pko of the approaching approachingPresidential approachlnjPresidential ppraohlnt ppraohlntPrtldeltal
Presidential Prtldeltal campaign calpaign Senator n lt or Quay Quayasked Qlay QlayMkP Quayasked
asked MkP Cameron Camern to call II on President Plldnt Presidentvelt Roost Roostvelt JOO JOOplt
velt plt for him hIm and to advise IdvlsA hint hll that he was wasmaking waMmaking wasmaking
making a mistake Ip appointing Bpplnlng any one onebut On onebutt
but a politician poltcian ax I national nAtonal chairman chalrrln In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the next lezt campaign as a the campaign campaignb will willbe willbe
be b one of the hardest in history hllory and may maybecome maybecme maybecome
become becme more mor difficult ditolit as Sl it advance advan Sena Senator Senator ¬
tor Quay favored the appointment of Seas Negator Hto Seaston ¬
ton Pcnrofto PenrOo as the campaign campall manager managerIt zanqer zanqerI
It I In I said Id hat tht the he place plaC was offered otell to Sans Henaor Rfn Rfntor Sanstot
tot or Quay after Senator flalor Hennas HRnl1 dentil dentilIf dfath dfathl dethIF
Hed 1tt Have fu Been 1tn III tile Bedded That Ever KverWa Inr InrII EverWas
Wa Was II HU HI ItattRtitrr INnlblrrST Ksn KsnST as asSr
ST Louis 10VS May Ma 3d 31 ti Wlrn 111 Mlis IIs Alice AliceRoosevelt Alc AliceRoosevelt
Roosevelt and her her party IJart of eight t1ht friends friendsentered friendseuteret friendsentered
entered euteret the oantral dultdliip huitclii of ii hiS II Palace Palaceof Paac Paacof
of Fine Arts Ar A rts at the wsridH WClirl fur today totlaya
a crowd crowt of lnterftiil Inter tfJ citlrers clbcr assembled assembledbut ltnllt
but were denied denie admission Idllllon to the build building buld buildIng ¬
ing by I the he Jefferson Jlrrlon Guard who stood by bythe bythe bybite
the door doorIt doorIt doorIt
It wax Wi stated state that thai only a few persons personsIncluding perona peronaInclldlll personsincluding
Inclldlll Including several fair directors dlrclors and prom prominent promluent prombent ¬
bent society people were irnkle Illde and that thatan thta thatan
an a informal reception roeptlon was 1 being bein tendered tenderedMlflu ttnderedMIA tenderedMiss
Miss MIA Koonevelt HOelt Rooset alt by b tIm thl art ar director directorI dirctor dirctorIter directorlAter
I lAter > ater MISS I Roosevelt RseVlt visited vllE the Arizona Arizonagold Arlrna Arlrnaold Arirnnagold
gold old mine exhibit ehibit In the Gllc Gulch and n while whilethere whie whietO whiletlorp
there id metUaify met UarCIot Harry Clifford uda and a number Dumbeof DumbeofRuth of ofwKoughnideravbo ofR
wKoughnideravbo Ruth R tO ulu Jdrrabo lUdcri bo had hi 111 < 1 known kn1o her father fathermro fathfI fatherThe
ni The di cllacussldn natuirally i aU tumt turned 1 to the thetM themeiutof
mro tM meiutof Cf f fhWeBtrthelr IJn lr bad ba bad4nd j and a good points pointsrind paIntdnc
rind llttt dnc the Jet PMWenta P let daughter duiI riIC cPhitp cPhitpllttt saW saWWell Mid MidVtll I
Well 1 It papa pa had li turned umf out to t be b a abad abad I
bad in mm I am nhulre sure he htwoul4 would have haTe been beenthe ben benthe beenthe
the baddest b ddlt bad man man that tat ever eve was wasThis Wi wasThi
This fl Thi evening Miss I Roosevelt Rolvelt was the thegtt he hegutat heguest
gtt guest of honor hODr at a bull hal in the German Germanpavilion O Ormanpavilion rn rnplviionY
plviionY pavilion given bjr the Commissioner CommissionerGeneral ommll ommlssloner ommlsslonerGeneral ner nerGeneral
General Dr DICdore Theodore I ewalii IwaldIOCntIIVE < ewaliiA
l lAah Leading arimv BUIIrsade Urad Are re le Ceatrlbate Celrlbole E EBlae E En Englare
glare IaN te t Purdue Prue Inlvenlly InlvenllyLAFATICTTB lnIVnl Inlversit InlversitLApaTrra
LAFATICTTB LUJB Ind Ini May Iy 30 SI 30If If present presentefforts prent prenteor presentefforts
efforts eor are successful SICtsful Purdue Purue University Universitywill Unlversitvwi
will wi soon have one of the he greatest grtte t locomo locomotive IOlom locomotive ¬
tive museums In the country cuntr It I is i under understood unttr unttratoo uuidtrstood ¬
atoo stood that several evral of the th leading Ipldlnl railroads rallionduhave ralhoadl railroadshave
have decided deided to contribute contrlblh cnf engines nrllf IIIH lo the themuseum thr thrmuseum
museum mUleum which whih was C established t11ahlllht1 about aboutfour ahoutfour aitoutfour
four years Yfafll ago agoThe a agoThe o oThe
The Baltimore Batmore and Ohio and alllhe the Chicago ChicagoMilwaukee Chlea CiticauroMilwaukee o oMUwal1f
MUwal1f Milwaukee and Id St HI Paul roads each rave ravea ae aea
a locomotive locmotve then thlb engine englnl that hnd hOI seen seentheir lNn lNntheir sesnutheIr
their better beter days dal but which whih were soon soonput soonput soonput
put Into good condition cndition President PrCldtnt Stone Htonuof Stoneof tCno tCnoof
of Purdue PUrdl1 IK I confident clfdet that the Ihi institution institutionIs iUftltlton iUftltltonIs
Is destined dltlned to be the th irtatHt 9raateet ireAte t technical technicalschool ttrhl technicalschool I a I IIIchool
school In the world and ho believes LeleK that thatvarious thlt thltvarious thatvarious
various types of locomotives for practical practicaldemonstration practe practicaldemonstration
dtonstrton demonstration will wl go Io a long way 1ay toward towardraising towar towardraising
rllng raising the university Illvtllir to the importance importancepredicted Imporanc Imporancprelet6 importancepredicted
prelet6 prelet6UtV4 predictedWOV4X predicted predictedIF0V4Y
IF0V4Y UtV4 4 BURGLARS BUlfURfI PAL PALrritolieiltr PMfpttltltr P41Westchester
rritolieiltr fpttltltr Police PolO Say S She IbC Stand Guard GuardWhile Gurdhle GuardWhlie
While hle lie le Robs Rob houses HouittMOUNT lout loutMOUl housesMouv
MOUNT MOUl TXBNOK N Y May 30 3The 3Thepolc 30The 30Thepolice The Theollce
polc police ollce of Port Por Chester Cheter Mount Vernon Vernonfew Veron VeronNew VernonNew
New Roohelle Rcbele White Wble Plains and other towns townslong tOWI tOWIalonl townsalong
long the northern norther shore of Long Ln Island Islandound IslaudSund IslandSound
Sound Sund are ar looking l klnl for a burglar burla who Is Iscoompanled II IIampaie isaccompanied
accompanied ampaie by a young woman In black blackrho blaokwho blackwho
who rho stands atad guard while whie her escort ecor robs rob a alouse ahouse
houle house louse In one week wek this thl burglar robbed robbedlaces robbd robbdplac robbedplace
plac place laces In Mount Vernon Veron and ad houses bou1 in While Whilelains Wble WblePlain WhitePlains
Plain New NeW Roohelle and Port Chester ChesterFrom Cbetr CbetrFrom ChesterFrom
From a house houa at Port Por Chester he stole a areas adre adress
dre dress reas suit case a costly coty silk Uk dress dr a womans womansacket womns womnsjacket womansjacket
jacket acket and other female femle attire atr and it Is Iselleved l lbleve Isbelieved
believed bleve that his fair far companion cmpion wore wor part partif prt prtof partof
of if the garments lamen1 out of town townThe tW townThe
The police plc of Mount Vernon Veron say y they theylave theyhave theyhave
have lave a clue cue to t the burglar burgla and ad expect exp t to tolave 10hAve tohave
hAve lave him locked up In a few hours hoursA bour bourA hoursA
BO1 Hoi ojf Plsym PIe on Tenement Tnfment Hoot oef One Fol Followed Folhewed 01 01Inrd ¬
lowed Ball I to the nreond nreondA Gru Gr und undA
A number numbr of small Imal boys bYI played ply a game p of ofaseballontheroof ofbbl ofbasebsllontheroof
aseballontheroof bbl on th ro of 845 a 845EUt East Et Third Tir street streetesterday streetyesterday trtyetrday
yesterday yetrday afternoon afumon The game pe Was w in inFtrupted Intrpt Interrupted
Ftrupted trpt several eer times Um8 by the boll bl being beingatted Ili Ilibte beingbatted
batted bte off o the roof rf and into the airshaft airshaftach arhaft arhaftEch airshaftEach
Ech Each ach time one of the boys 0 had ha to walk down downve dow downfive
fvt five ve flights flght of stairs stlr to get gt it itAbraham Itlbrm ItAbraham
Abraham lbrm Hordiner 10 years lar old who whoIves wholve wholives
lives lve In the house hOlle was wUltatone stationed at the th edge edgef el elof edgeof
of f the roof to stop the ball bal from frm going over overhe OYr OYrTe overThe
Te The he first frt ball bal that came cme along aon he missed missedn mled mledIn
In n trying tryng to stop Itop It he followed folowe It over ovr the theof t theroof
roof > of and landed In the to yard yar He died die in inellevue InBlee inBellevue
Bellevue Blee Hospital Hopltl an hour later laterM latr latrc
c M 1 Schwab floes Goe to t Bme E Europe e en n Battens BattensCharles BUN Businesscharles
Charles Cle M Schwab Swab who sails U today ty for forEurope forEurop forEuropa
Europe Europ aboard alard the North German Gr Lloyd Lloydieamsblp Lord Lordtesblp Lloydsteamship
steamship tesblp Kronprinc Knprn Wilhelm Wihel said l last lastvening Iutevelnl lastevening
evening evelnl that he probably probbly would woud not be b on onhe o onthe
the he other oer side more mor than tba a week wii His Hisrip HIItrip HistrIp
trip rip is prely purely one of business buln J the nature natureof
of > f which he bedim aid not care c to talk tal about aboutrs abut abutMr aboutMrs
Mr Mrs rs Packard Pla Leave LYN Ashland Alan Seminary SeminaryLBXIKOTON llln lllnIZUNOTM NeunlnarpLaxiNoroK
LBXIKOTON IZUNOTM Ky May My 80 aMf aOMre Mrs H Otto Ottoackard OttoPatkam OttoPackard
Packard Patkam principal principl of Ashland AAInd Seminary Seminaryho mlnary mlnarythl
thl the ho girls Episcopal Eplopal school Ibnlt at Versatile Versatileian Versailleshas fnl
h has ian resigned flgnP grl and Id will w return rtm to her he home homeNew hominNew
i inNew New N York rorl orkneztwssk nest De k kM
Fires Fn a Bullet Bulet Into HU 11 Itet4aB4 flPd Me Metfeon 1 100h Dleion
tfeon 00h on AfterwardMInd Aftrar lnd Ti 1 BUtuxud A d to toHave 1 toHave
Have livEn Way WayHis HU 11 Marriage Ma Ywe YweWeek 1 1WerksAieurptletUI1FdI ° 1
Week Wers WerksAieurptletUI1FdI WerksAieurptletUI1FdIFamIly AM a Surprise lurp U t Bt HI rrt Jd d dFamily
Family Fml OppetlUe OpIU lo I taw u t Mated Matedanil ISttand tm tmand
and Troubles ToublH In Oflee CswMd v vBUTUIORE CassedWeerp CassedWeerpBsrTlMona Warry WarryBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE May SO 3RbrtMr 30Robert Robert MoLftne MoLftneMayor U Lsne LsneMayor
Mayor of Baltimore Batmore who WU miUTlod mUe mazTIsdtwo miUTlodtwo
two week wek ago committed commite auoc suicide uloid at 130 130oclock I Ioclk Sooclock
oclock oclk thll this afternoon by abooUnf at abooUn himself UmvoUthrough h1 himselfthroughtheheed
through throughtheheed the he h u Worry Worr Worroverlhstroublea WorroverlhstroublearesultIng over ove tbo th trouble troublerrcultlng ul ulrNlltnl
resultIng rNlltnl from the recent rent big Ant ae and andfamily ad adfaiy andfamily
family faiy differences diferece growing out of fail h mar marriage ma easeriage ¬
riage rlae are aeAd Mild to have caused oaulmet mental men tl abet aberration ab abetratIon ¬
ration ralou which whl h led le to hi hil hIs act aot The htrey htreyoourre trt trissdy ily ilyoccurred 4 4oocurred
occurred In the dressing room rom of the theMayors theMayorl tb tbMayors
Mayors Mayorl bed chamber cbalber at hit ha home he 2We 2WePreston M Wwt WwtPrc t tPrN0n
Prc PrN0n Preston on street strt He died die at4 at it443 445 S P M MAt MAt MAt
At the tlmeof the shooting shoin Mrs JWOe JWOeWi MoLano MoLanowa
Wi was wa taking anap anaplna in a frOnt ront room ro roomeel en the thenaiiie tbelawe thesane
naiiie lawe floor The be Mayor ayor was wa found oud lying lyingon
on the floor lor with wih a bullet bulet In hi hli btad btadMrx ba iuaohMrs
Mrs Mr MciLane gave gaYt the he alarm alatl an4 r4 alt altthe alttire
the physicians hYllcllnl nearby nerby were wer uramoned summonecLMeuges uramonedMiiwagt umne
Miiwagt MeMg11 > s were Wtrt hurried hurrie to the tb member mmbn of 01Jfr OfMr ofMr
Mr Jfr Mcl Mclnea nes family faluly and the first flt to t reach reachhint ra rsac1hint
hint was WL hU bil father James JamE li MeLane MeLaneBOOT MLe MLe10DY McLeneSony
Dr A Trego Trlo Shortrcr Ihorr who whoilves Uf livea a few fewdooru fewdor fewdoors
doors dor > from rrln the Mayors Mayorarldtnowutbe Mayorarldtnowutbefrt residence wa the theflret thefirst
first frt phyniclan on the eoene Ine When W he heentered heentlrfd heentered
entered entlrfd the room rm he found foun Mr MoLane MoLanelying JW8 JW8lynl XeInelying
lynl lying fully fuly dressed dr 1 on the floor tr11 floorin In front trof trofthf fruntof fruntofthis of ofthn
this thf bureau uurtu In a pool pl of blood bloH He 0 wa walying waslying
lying doubled double up with wih his head he under ude hU hUleft hl hisleft
left lel shoulder shuuldlr Dr Hhortzer Sharzr straightened straightenedhim tralghtenedhim tragte
him out and ld put pillow piow under unde bU b bead beadand b heedantI
and then mule an u examination eamlnatoRoftb eamlnatoRoftb1ound of the thewound tIllwound
wound woundThe 1ound woundThe
The plttol which was a five fye shooter afaooterwas 8t
was W lying iiudar uu er him hli The 111 bullet bullt buhl bad badpenetrated b hadpenetrated
penetrated penltrate the upoer uJer part pt of oft the right rifbttemple nl righttemple
temple and Ind had ba come Cme out Olt little lttl behind behindand bh behindand
and ad Just Jiit above abve the U left lf ear earMrs earMr
Mrs Mr Mcl Meln < an was In the room at t the t time timeand t timeand
and andlke asked the thl doctor doctr ifher huiband hubold huboldlve husbandcoui4 husbandcoui4live could couldlive
live lve lie il told tld her that that there tere WM waa no no hope hopelr hp hopeDr
lr Schorteer Shortrer told her that more doctors dootonshould dootor doctorsshoiitdboonhled
should shoiitdboonhled be bcaUe called and then she sheeentforsddi sheeentforsdditional sent lnt for addi additional adi aditonal ¬
tional tonal medical meicl aid Dr Nathan K I Oorter Oorterwas Gortr Gorterwas
first arrive He followed followedby
was 11 the lCt to aive was folowe
by y Din DI Green Grln Watson Watn Raberg Rbrl and Van VanBibber Vai Vanfibber
Bibber Blbbr All Al agreed a with Dr Ir Schortzer Schortzerthat Shrtzr ShrtzrLbat Sohortzorthat
that the wound woun was fatal fatalMrs fat fataltrs
Mrs Mf trs Mol Iolne > ane telephoned telephone fir Dr Claude ClaudeVan Clade CladeVan ClaudeVan
Van Biliber her h brotherinlaw broterluW by her hernrot herfrstllarrle herfirst
and he responded promptly promptlybut
first frstllarrle marriage repnde prmpty prmptybut
but did not reach rh the house boW as a early ery as assome usome assome
some of the other doctors doctorsJames dotol doctorsJames
James Jte L I MeLane McLne the Mayors ayor father fatherWM fatherwu fatherwas
WM telephoned telephone for and he arrived arve about aboutthe abut aboutthe
the te same mo time as 8 the physicians pbyslolan The Thefirst Theflrt Thefirst
flrt first thing be did was to t telephone tlephone for hU hUson hl hisIon
son on Oen len Allan Ala Mcl Mcle ane and ad tell tl him hm to togo tog togo
go her g at once onc to his hl mother mther and remain rm with withher withher withher
riTHM PUJ WITH Wl71 miU au IM WHS W WflVI Ni DUO DUOJames DRDJam DuDJames
James Jam L MeLane MoL and ad the te doctor dr drmaned re remained remalned ¬
mained maned with the t Mayor uy iUl until h hute1e hute1ef hedled died Th Thfather Tbe Tbeftuer
father f r > 0 dUU dis a < wa pitiable P to Behold Beholdbut ebold ebold1but Id Idf
1but but hei be hinde I a veiT eff6ii to qoaml oo l 1 hU hUfeelihga bl hisfe1lng
f Iel fe1lngThe feelihga tl V VThe f
The Th DI Mayors MaYr wife w iatbN begin to an to break breo down downtinder dow dowlid downtmder
tinder lid j the train atranad and the physicians phJIcnl1d phJIcnl1dnot phyIoIanawouhd phyIoIanawouhdnot would wouldnot
not allow alow her brtoranJn to tor remain ntainlu in the room r rooeeySM rooeeySMwas Hh Hhwan 8
wan taken tln lakentomnotberaplrtmeatafldw to another aothr apartment aa and a women womenvifiliors pe orn i ivlaIors
vifiliors Ito whose whO names nacoul could not he h Irarned Irarnedtried liale hpsritedtried
tried to t comfort ofort her herCoroner herCoronerBayde
Coroner Coroner CoronerBayde Haydeh Harde after atrylewJI viewing the th tbbody tbbodyand body bodyand b
and making aii investigation lyuaton deld decided decidedthat decidedthat
that Mayor Mayot Methane McIneqnlt commit qoIttd ted suiolde lulid but butin bUtof bUtinviewof
inviewof in view of the theclrstacMuruln thiecircumstancsssurroundngthe thiecircumstancsssurroundngthecase circumstances surrounding the thecase th
oa case case he deemed demed an Inqiirst InqlNt unnecessary unnecessaryMBS unnear unnearMI
Mrs yr Morgue cTrle told the Coroner Crer that a aCew aCewrlnutlefor afawxniriuitss few fewmlntiU4
mlntiU4 rlnutlefor before the shooting Ibootnllh she and ad Mayor MayorMcLanu rlyor rlyorfcTalu MayorMcfAtto
McLanu fcTalu were In her her apartment aartenttUdDI talking talkingHo
Ho 10 appeared IIIJall apiiratv < I to he In good 100 spirits aplrl and they theyWITH thy thyIUI theywet
WITH wet IUI iHiighlng lalllbng together over a package packagewhich Pakae Pakaebkh pscsgeuhticli
which bkh he wan w tying tyingTim nII tyingTire
Tim 111 Mayor remarked rmarke to Mrs Mr MeLane MeLanethat MoLne MoLnetbat MoLenethat
that he wanted want to topuit put plt to rights some articles articlesin ate1M ate1MIn1
in In1 fl a bureau drawer In another nothr room r the Uheon6 theme theone
one me in II which the shooting hootng occurred occurrf and an he heeft helef heleft
left lef the apartment apatmont where wher they had been beentalking bn bntalkhlK beentalking
talking together togetherIn
In about five fve minutes Mrs MoLane Mcne heard heardi bed beda
a i noise Dule which she thought was w asaahuutter asaahuutterhanging a shutter shuttertanging autr autrhangIng
hangIng She went down one flight flb and andrailed andcIied
railed 11 the tbt maid Ial rIII Ilfzlp Redchuroh Red c chit uroh rob asking askingler ull askingher
her ler If anything had ha fallen falen downstairs downstairsEIITAKT dowt dowtsERTANr downstairssERVANt
The Tie girl replied reple that she thought tuht the thelolso te tenoie thenoise
noise noie was upstairs up8tall and Mrs MeLane McLn sug sugented sg sgg suggeiteul
g geiteul ented ted that the Mayor had hd dropped drpp a arawer adrawer adrawer
drawer drawerThe drawerThe rawer rawerThe
The maid went ent upstairs uptalr and rapped rappedn rpe
on n the door Receiving leolvlng no D reply rel she themtered sheentre sheentered
entered entre The Mayor was wa lying om the theloor thefl theflOor
flOor fl or in front of a wardrobe wadrobe mr mrMr mirrorMr mirror mirrorMr
Mr MoLane has fallen and ad hurt hu him himelf h himself
sel self elf the girl gil yelled yelledAs yeled yeledAB
As Mrs frs MeLane McLne approached approche her be husband husbandhe hubad hubadahe husbandshe
she he saw sw what had occurred ocrre The Te pltol pltolwlslyin pistolwas pistol pistolfas
was wlslyin lying on the floor for by him The Te Mayor Mayorvos Myor Myorfa8 Mayorwas
was breathing heavily heaiy but was 1 unoon unooncious uo uesnsolaus
cious clu8 She lifted It his head he and put a s pillow pillowinder pWw pWwunder pIllowunder
under it and immediately Immeitely sent for medical medicalissUtance mel medicalassistance
assistance Msitanc assistanceCoroner issUtanceCoroner
Coroner Crner Hayden stated ste to a repreeenta repreeentaive rprna rprnalve
A A As much muol as a I regret rat to say ay so 8 I am ambilged amobld smobliged
bilged obld to give gh my opinion that Mayor MayoricLane Myr MyrMcn MayorMoLane
icLane Mcn committed cmmite suicide by shooting shootingJmeelf al shootinghlrneelt
Jmeelf hrel with wih a 82 3 calibre cibr revolver tTolv The Theewder T Thepowder
powder pwer marks mak OH 01 his hi bead bdlhw show that t he heireeeed h hepressed
pre pressed ireeeed e the revolver Jvolvr close olO to his head h and andlulled ad adpUIc andpulled
pUIc pulled lulled the he trigger triggerWIFE trar trarWIPE triggerwin
Mrs M MeLane McLe could coul throw thw no light IIM o c os the theMayors O tb tbMayors
Mayors death and told the tb Coroner Cne that thathe thi thih thatshe
she he h did not know that th her hr husband hubnd had h a aBvolver areyo1er arevolver
revolver reyo1er and a of course cour coursedidnotknowwber coursedidnotknowwberhekeptit did not no know lob where wheree
h hekeptit e kept kep it itOwing ItOwlne 3 3Owing
Owing to the th prostration prorlon of all a the th menu memera mm mmbr menuhers
br hers era of his immediate Immlfmly family nothing nb nOtbIII could coulde cud cudb OOUIdbe
b be e learned lae of the movements momnt of the th Mayor Mayorday Mr Mrtoay Mayortoday
today > day further fhr than th that th be b left lf the th house bouseor bU housefor
for or a walk wak late lt this tbl morning momlD He WM not noti n notat
a at i the th City Cty Hall Hal today on acoount au of O the theSfal th thelegal
legal holiday holidayHIS holdy holdyBU
Coroner Crner Hayden Hayde who has ba charge ma of f the thease t theCu
ce Cu ase did not hesitate bltto hesitZto to pronounce prnOe It on OD ins of ofLirect ofdr ofdirect
direct dr suicide sicde While Wie the Ue troubles trb1 of 0 his hisiffloe ii hiscMos
iffloe ofo incidental lnold to the big bl Are Ir had ha oo ooIderable O cot cotsiderable > >
Iderable Ilderble effect det on Mayor MoLanes Maa mind mindonaestlo md mddomto mInddomestic
domestic domto troubles trouble resulting rultn from rr his Illr Illrre mar nariage marriagedisturbedhirnthemot
re riagedisturbedhirnthemot iage disturbed dltre bbn hi the te most met Hehadbeen HehadbeenourtlngMrsVan He Hebadbencourting b b
orllMrVan courting ourtlngMrsVan MreVan Bibberforabout Blbber for at ten t yean yeanShe yearShe n nShl
She Shl is I U and the Mayor Mror wee 19 II The Theliiparlty Thl Thedisparity
disparity dllart of their ages and difference dleo In Inocial I insocIal
socIal scl temperament temprment led le the MeLane McLe family familyo faiy faiyto
to o oppose the thl marriage marqe in every ever way wayand wayandknowig Mid Midno andknowing
knowig knowing no opp wing that none nO of the th members lfmbC of o bis bisunity bl blifamily
unity faly would wold attend at d his wedding wed the thelayer t tioMayor e eMyor
layer on May 14 1 last lt went wat to Washington Washingtonnd W Ingtort Ingtortand n nad
ad and nd was 1U quietly qity married mare This TIIt ereat was
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