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NONUNION 1OHUN1ONMEN MEN DYNAMITED DYNAMltEDJ4 DYNAll ED
14 COLORADO STRIKE BREAKER BREAKERKILLED BRE4KERSKILl BRE4CRKILLtD
KILLED KILl Ell BY MINERS MlXEItSgcrrril MINERSyeraI Ulloms8ntral
gcrrril yeraI Serlonily Injured InJarrdRemoTa lujiiredRrmoyalomelili Removal RemovalOfficial of ofOmclal
Official Causes Ca UN Attack Atta k on Mine Owner OwnenMmi 01l11enI OwnerMsi
Mmi I Meeting In Which bleb One II IiDead She SheDud 8boDtad
Dud and Seven Are InjurecVICTOR InjuredVicroB Injured InjurednCTOR
VICTOR Col June fl IIFourteen Fourteen striki strikibreakers trlkebreakers trik trikbteakers
breakers who bad been employed In th thmines the themines tbmines
mines here wero killed early this tIiI morning mornlnjby morningby
by the explosion of a dynamite bomb undothe undo underthe undothe
the railroad station platform on which whlclthey whichthey whictthey
they were standing standingAs tandingAs
As a result of the theoutmgethe theoutrage outrage the sheriff herlt am amcity and andcity anccity
city marshal both of whom were noted notocfor notedlor notedfor
for their sympathy with the Miners Unionwere Union Unionwere ljnloziwere
were removed from office and a new foro foroof forooof forciof
of deputies and policemen was appointed appointedThese appointed1h appointedThefe
These 1h changes were the cause of more morblood moreblood8hed moibloodshed
blood bloodshed blood8hedi bloodshedThis shed shedThis
i This evening while the secretary of theIdino the theMine thoMine
Mine Owners Association was addressing oddreseinta a droeIn droeIna
a citizens mass meeting in n the street shot shotwere shouwere hotsere
were ere fired from rom the Miners MIno Union Hall Hallkilling Hallkilling Hallkilling
killing Roxey McGee wounding Attorne Attorney AttorneyH
8 D j Cramp the Governors special repro repretentative repront8the reprosentatlve
tentative Peter Fleming Fred Sturdo Sturdovow SturdoWilliam Sturdovos
vow > Vllllam Hoskins H llkios Alfred Miller MlIlerJ J D DDa DDn DIawis
Da Iawis via and a woman whose name is un unknown unknown unknown
known knownCapt knownCapt knownCapt
Capt Moore with the Victor oompan oompanof oompanyof
of State militia when his efforts to search searclthe searchthe searcithe
the miners union hall were resisted re lstedand am amhis auhis I Ihis
his company fired on poured volley afte aftevolley aft aftevolley > r rolley
volley Into the hall until a white flag wa waehown washovn WM WMIJhon
ehown and the union men marched dow dowairs down downtnlrs dowitairs
airs with hands up upAn lipAn upAn
An nssoFsln crouched in the cribhous cribhousof
of the Dolmonlco mine this morning a at atI
2 I oclock clocl and when he heard the whlstli whlstliof
of an engine on the theFloronoo Florence and Crlppl CrlpplCreek CrlpploCreek CrippliCreek
Creek Railroad he touched an cleotrl cleotrlbutton clectrlobutton eleotrbbutton
button and a second Inter fourteen me mewere men menwere rneicere
were dead five were mangled and torn w wthat eo eothat s sthat <
that they will die while a dozen more werigroaning Were Wereroanlng wemgroaning
groaning on the ground from rom bruises bruisesburns brullleeburns bruisesburns
burns and cuts cutsThe cutsTOO cutsThe
The platform on which strike breaker breakerwere breakerawpre breakeiicpre
were standing had boon blown up bydyns bydynsmite byelmamite by dyn dynmite
mite Tho men were employed In thi thiFlndley tho thoIndley thFindley
Flndley mine and had just come off ot th thnight tbe tbenight thnight
night shift to take the train for home homeThe homeThe
The dead are Qua Augustine Arthu ArthuMtihleise ArthurMuhlelse ArthuMuhtelse
Mtihleise Henry Hagat Alender MoLnne MoLnneCharles MolAneCharles MoLanoCharles
Charles E Barber Herbert McCoy J H HHartoell HJlartsell HMartae1lWiiItam
Hartoell Martae1lWiiItam William Shanklin E Kelso W W WDelaney WDelaney WDelaney
Delaney Edward Rons and E H Johnson JohnsorThe JohnsonThe JohnsonThe
The bodies of ROSH and Kelso are so hr hrribly herribly brribly
ribly mutilated that their Identification identificatloihas IdentificationbM
has not been complete completeThe completeThe compteteThe
The most seriously injured are Dan DaiGainey DanGainey DaOainey
Gainey Clarence Allen Phil Chandler ChandlerJ
J A Brooker Edward Holland John Pol Pollice Pollice
lice and Tom Sinclair Holland and Sinclair Sin Sinclair Sinc1a1rare
c1a1rare clair are in a critical condition Amputatioi Amputatioihas AmputaUonbaa
has been be n performed upon some of th thwounded the theWounded fluwounded
wounded and it 1s almost certain that sov sovera soveral soyerswiUd1e
era eral erswiUd1e erswiUd1eThe will die dieThe dieThe
The infernal machine which caused thi thiexplosion the theexpJolon thexplosion
explosion was one of o the most simple eve eveconstructed evereoMtructedlor eveieonstrncted
constructed eoMtructedlor for such a aborrlble horrible purpose purposeIt
It consisted COII8 lated of a loaded load revolver with lt a long longSderiStsel tongdei1I II
SderiStsel lt8eIJreattaoh wire attached to tpthetdcW tpthetdcWt the trigger triggeriv triggir1p
1p iv rsrolvtr WM wufastened fastened t ned to the tb ground grooncagfeSl groundige oUbd oUbdJJiio
I agfeSl JJiio i ige oU Qutd IdML not notThotr1r
111 Thotr1r 4nr r rr ran from rom Under t the
r it Ho Zt 1 < th thc cribbing ibbb i of < th the Delminlcx Delminlcxt D Detm tmbi k taa taaAn4cofeot o o1iOli
t > rsii rty about An4cofeot 1iOli 400 400feet feet away Wayand and Its end endwa endfuteDedto endwfsat
wa wfsat fastened futeDedto edtoa toa a chain chainI chain2hdJ chainThe
I Th 2hdJ The dynAmiter mlter had placed the powdei powdeiiclosfl poWderlcMto powdeiose
iclosfl lcMto ose to the mutate of the t1 gunand gun and whethe whetIe whet Wbenhe
he Ie pulled the wire the ball from the revolve revolveotered4ho rnolvererite reo1yeienterdthe
erite otered4ho the explosive and sot it off offAfter oftuier offAfter
After the explosion the streets were 1m 1mmediately 1mmediately Iramediately
mediately filled with armedmen armed men and the thiperpetrators theperyetrators thcperpetratora
perpetrators of the th outrage would have be b8Cll b8Cllp bepTocnpty z zpromptly
promptly p ptJy lynched bad they been found Ai Aithe Mthe AI AIthe
the rows spread throughout the dlntrloarmed dlntrlo dlstrlotarmed diatriolarmed
armed men poured into tho city from al alquarters aU aUquarters allquarters
quarters Nearly halt of them were strik strikn strikeill strikerg
erg n and strike sympathizers who mad madtheir madeIhelr rnadctheir <
their headquarters at the Miners Union UnlotHall UnionHall UnlorHalt
Hall HallWhile
While the mine owners and others wencaring werecarbl wen werscaring
caring for the Injured and nd preparing the thedead thedead Lbsdead
dead for burial all the mines in the dis district dJ dJtrlct dltrtet
trict were ere cleared and tho Mine Owners OwnersAssociation OwnersAssociation OwnersAssooiatlon
Association held a meeting which Was waaattended wiaattended Wasattended
attended by the County CountyCommlssloners Commissioners and andthe andtho andthe
the Mayor MayorSheriff ayor ayorliberiff
theSheriff Sheriff Robertson was summoned and andforced andorced andforced
forced to resign the Commissioners ap appointing appolntlnp appointing ¬
pointing Edward Bell Sheriff City Clty1far Clty1farehal Mar Marshal Marshal ¬
shal McConnell was II deposed and Major MajorXaylor Majoraylor Majorayior
Xaylor aylor appointed Marshal MarshalWhen MarshalWhen MarshalWhei
When this news reached the t e strikers strikenthey strikerstill strikersthey
they till made grave throats and when the themine themIne themine
mine owners called the mass ma meeting they theydeclared theydeclared theydeclared
declared they would break breakit Jt it up upWhen upWhell upWhen
When the meeting in the street was called calledto calledto
to order Secretary 8 retary Hamlin of o the Mine MineOwners MineOwner MlneOIVner
Owners Association made a short ad address addreis addre ¬
dress dre closing clo ing as follows followsI
I want ant to hear what the boys In the mines mineshave ralneshave I Ihlle
have got to MY oy about this trouble troubleWilliam troubleWilliam uble ubleWilliam
William Hoaklna a union miner from fromGoldflcld fromGoltlfteld fromtloldfteld
Goldflcld threw up his hands and shoutedLet shouted shoutedIxtt 8houtedIet
Let me talk talkAt talkAt talkAt
At this the crowd began to hiss Hoskins Hoskinsand 1I0011nsand Ifoekineend
and cry Put Puthim him out A freeforall fight fightfollowed fightfollowed fightfoflowed
followed and at least forty shots were werefired werefired weretired
fired firedRoxy tiredRexy firedRexy
Rexy McGee was killed Hoskhw fell fellith fellwith fellwith
with ith a bullet In his body and the crowd crowdMattered ctOwdtcattered oowdPoattmred
Mattered in every direction Secretary
Hamlin who had been standing on a wagon wagonkept wagonkept Wqonkept
kept on talking unmindful of o the hail hailstorm IiaUIionn baitstorm ¬
storm of bullets
McConnell MC < onnell the deposed City Marshal Marshalwas
was a leader in the attack upon the meet meeting ¬
ing and Is In the bull pen with tho strikers strikersana strlkCNland strikersand
and rioters arrested today There is isepis IIIIntclIIIe I IIntense
IntclIIIe excitement and a pitched battle battlei battleseems
i seems epis Imminent at a any moment momentDENVER momenti momentDaYEn
i DENVER June UOov Peabody Is on his hisway hisWI hisway
way WI WIoy oy to St Louis and LleutGov Haggott HaggottIs
Is s acting actin Governor HB has not been beens beenMired
s Mired ked for troops but will have them on onthe onthh onthe
the thh w way a y to Victor on an hours notice if ifhy Ift ifthey
hy t y are called for forirOJMV forIrO1UN forrwAx
irOJMV CAPTURES ROBBERS ROBBERSh
I thfl h Found Two In Her Home IlollltGrabMdand IlollltGrabMdandHdd GraMwtl and andHeld andHeIa
Held Th I11fm m Until Assistance eArrlYtd eArrlYtdNEW Arrived ArrivedNEW ArrIvedNaw
NEW BKRPOJID Mass June eIn In a aband abandlohand hand handtohand hindtohand
tohand conflict with two robbers robbelllllhe aha found foundin
in possession po ion of her home early earlyl list 3ii ac evening eveningMrs evening11r
Mrs Mr Fred L Snow captured bpthm bottimn thmn n and andheld andheld andheld
held them until the arrival of the thei police policeMr policeMrs > > ollce ollceMn
Mr Snow is about 28 years old She left lefther letther lefther
her house hou e at about dark to make a call on ona ona ona
a neighbor The thieve were evidently evidentlywatching evJdenU7Wli eydentIyWatchIng
watching Wli Wliatchlng for when Mrs Snow Snowretumea Snowretumeatteen returned returnedfifteen returned1tftee
fifteen minutes later ter entrance had been beengained beenIllned beengin
gained gin by forcing a rear window and both bothmen bothmen bothmen
men were ere in the kitchen kitchenMrs kitchenIIII kitchenMrs
Mrs IIII Snow grabbed both men mon and for forseveral forIfIeral forSeeral
several minutes there wasa was a lively lielyecume lielyecumeThe scuffle ecuflteThe scuffleThe
The robbers endeavoredto break away and andupset andupset andUpset
upset tables and chairs In their thelreftorta efforts toshake to tosnake toabake
snake off tho women Neighbor hearing
the racket rs ket went to the there rescue ou8 and as II they theystarted theyatarted theystarted
started to pinion one man Mrs Snow re released released releasej ¬
leased her grip on the other and ho broke brokeaway brokey brokeawy
away y Leaving the captured thief In the thehands theWI thehneg
hands WI of several men Mrs Snow dashed d8llhedout d8llhedoutof out outof
of the house hou eln in pursuit of < If the other otberFor otberForIeTerai For Forseveral Yorssyersl
several blocks the chase was kept up and andthen andthhfn andthen
then thhfn m me rasp n who heard beardMra Mr Snow SnoWcrlM SnoWcrlMeaded cries criesto criesheaded
headed eaded olrthe oir the n fleeing lnR man and andied led him back backto
to th the hop hoei Hi Hil
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VICEPRESIDENT VICEPRESJDENflyj7pj ELDKIDOE SIOj SIOjMortally SIIOTIIOr 57107MOrsIly
Mortally IIOr a1lr Wounded While bU Entering 1li 1liOffloe tile tileom lbom
Offloe om e if the U Cane vntlDeU nut Railroad RailroadHOUSTON RailroadHOUSTON RailroadHousyoN
HOUSTON Tex Juno e eWillIam William T THdrjdge TEld TEldrjdge
Hdrjdge Eld dae vloepreeldentand and general man mantwice mana manager
a ager rof of the Qme Belt Il4l1way was abatwloo aba shotwloo
twloo this evening while entering en rlng the general generalOftlOOll goner generoffices goneroMoe
offices of the company companyatEagle at atEaglo Eagle Lake Lakeman Lakeman A Amanln
man manln In ambush at the th foot of a stalrwa stalrwadid stairway etairwadid
did the deed One bullet penetrated th thleft the thelet fluleft
left breast brea t passing through throu h the lung an amalmost analmost and andal
almost al ost through the body The secom seconbattered second secondlhatfered secomshattered
battered the left hand handThe MndThe handThe
The wouldbe murderer murderermacto made a dash fc fcliberty for forliberty foliberty
liberty and in the excitement got awe aweTonight away awayTonight
Tonight Mr Eldridge IDdridgeatIilUve atlll live but hop hopare bopes bopesare hopeare
are meagre for his hi recovery A epochtrain epoch peclaltrain peclstrain
train bearing boarinsurgeone surgeons and officer of th thCane tho thoCAlle thCane
Cane Belt Railway left for the scene o othe ot otthe othe
the tragedy tragedyEldridge trRgedyEldridge tragedyEIdride
Eldridge Is one of the beat known knownrall knownrallway rail railway railway
way men in Texas By rigid managemen managemenhe milnARement milnARementhe
he has made m e of the road a splendid paying paylnpiece payingpiece pay1npiece
piece of property but has made enemies enemleamong enemiesamong enemieamong
among the directors The trengP8top stmngeetopposition trongeat trengP8topposition op opposition
position to hU blspolloy policy was Capt Wllltar WllltarDunovan WilliamDunovan WillianDunovan
Dunovan planter planteroapltaIlst capitalist and lnrg lnrgshareholder IRrge IRrgeharehold8r largahareholder
shareholder and ancla a director dlr < < torln in the thecompanr thecompanrAfter company companyAfter companyAfter
After a abl bitter r quarrel they parted elghteei elghteeimonths eighteenmonths elghteeimonths
months ago with the tacit und understanding understandingthat ratandlnf ratandlnftliat
that their next meeting would be the signs signsfor signafor lgnalfor
for the death of o one or the other They neil nexdame next nextcame neilcmo
dame cmo face to face In a passenger train ei eiroUto en enroute eirobto
route to this city As s soon as their eye eyemet eyetlmet eyemet
met each went for hill hi gun Eldridgo waithe wathe Was Wasthe
the quickest After the smoke rolled rollexaway rolledaway rollecaway
away Capt Dunovant lay ay dying dyingSince dyingSinoe dyingSince
Since then Eldridgo has been repeated repeatedwarned repeatedlyWarued repoatedlwarned
warned that he would wo c1 be murdered arTd thi thitragedy the thetragedy tlutragedy
tragedy of today has not been un unezpected unezpectedby unexpectecby xpeote xpeoteby <
by his friends An attempt to aasaitsl aasaitslnate 88IIAM1nate aseaseinate
nate him wa was made six months ago agoEldridgo agoEldridge agoEldrldgo
Eldridgo was entering his home near mid midnight midnight raidnight
night and a load of buckshot grazed hihead hi hishead hbhead
head and nd shattered tho door Late tonight tonighan tonightan
an arrest has h ha a boon made and It Is I believe believetho believedthe beltevecthe
the guilty party rty to ii held heldRADIUM heldRADIUM heldRADIUM
RADIUM I 111 THE IOT 110rSPnIlS 110rSPnIlSEXPfrtmenta IOTSPRIXISExperiments SPRIN I IExperiment
Experiment With the Arkansas Water WaterI Waterilead
I lead ad Ceiernmrnt to Investigate InvestigateHOT InvNUteHOT InvestigateHot
HOT Spnctas SP LIOS Ark June IIThe The United UnitedStates UnitedStatN UnitedStates
States Government has engaged Prof ProfBertram ProfBertram ProfBertram
Bertram B Boltwood Ph D and Prof J JJoseph JJOIeph JJoseph
Joseph Hyde Pratt Ph D of o New Karen KarenConn HaYenConn HavenCoan
Conn to mike a II thorough Investigation Investigatlorof
of the famous fnmo jet watershere to uncertain uncertainwhat I1IOOrtatnWhat asoertainwhat
what radium qualities are contained In Inthem Inthem inthem
them themThis themThis themThis
This action was brought about by rocen recent recentexperiments receniexperiments rocenexperiments
experiments under the supoivlftlon suptT lon of the thisuperintendent thesuperlntondent thsuperintendent
superintendent of o the Government reser reservatlon JESeryatlon reserwalton
walton which proved highly satisfactory satisfactoryThat BatlafactorrThatradloactlltyexiRb
ThatradloactlltyexiRb That radloactlylty exists in the hot waters ivatenhero watershero ivateiihero
hero has ha long lon boon suspected us tN1 and experi experiments experiments experimeats ¬
ments have been constantly going on onRecently onReoentlya onRecentlya
Recently a son oultiJed altired photographic plaUwas plate plateWM plateWM
WM adjusted between betw n two lettered brassstench brass brasestencil brasstencll
stencil plates and lowered in the hot water waterThe waterThe waterThe
The experiment wa wu carried on in a dark darkcavern darkcavern I Icavera
cavern In the rear of a local bath house houseThe houseThe
I
The plate were thoroughly wrapped in inseveral inseveral Inseveral
several folds of otthlokblack thick thickbiack black paper enclosed enclosedin
in a dark duklh statnod ned1ae glass bottle wrapped wrappedhi
in several eem l ttilbknesaas t ttbkn l kz MeI of cloth thus th U UhU shutting shuttingout shuttingthen ttin g gf
out every partiole oftight f and then lowered loweredinto Iow red redotk
into otk the dark rk ppoL A 1 1to w hours heirsto = iMfllc J Jto
to briri bring forth t b a perfect perf negative nePtiveWb5c wbfc wbfcnow which whichknow h hDOW
know now DOW oa 00 exhibition exhibitionTtte UblbitioDTlae 1 1The
< The experimenthows u ezperImi t ibow ibowthat ib wb beyorid Todd doubt doubtthat itl t tth
th that t TIdIOS radioactivity tMIY is I ic contained < < i In thi thiwaters th thWat thwaters
waters Wat ra and andfUture future experiments uperlm qta are expectedto expected
k to > > 4i J tabUibUWIOt tabliAth fact beyond doubt Prof ProfGebhart ProlGebhart ProfGebbart
Gebhart the theoldestJlh1 oldent oldheic1aa phynlcimn cian here bereanda bereandaman and i iman a an3an
man of ofbt high attainments atta tmenta in his b1 profession professionassisted profIonJ professionRusted
assisted J ted the Government superintendent superintendentIn
In the experiments He says sa there la n ndoubt nodoubt no < I
doubt of the existence of radium In the local locawaters localWatefl localwaters
waters watersPHIPPS watersPIIIPpS WateflPBIPPSIO
PHIPPS PBIPPSIO TO SUE FOR DIVORCE DIVORCEHe
He Intends In endi t te Remain RrxaanIfl mlnl In Denver De Intlt nU HtaAffairs His Hi HisAlTair
Affairs Alal AN Ar Nettled NettledDBNVBB 8rd 8rdDaNYR SettledDanyaa
DBNVBB DaNYR Juno 8 eLWnc Lawrence Cowlet CowletPhlpps Cwls CwlsPhipp CowleHPhippe
Phlpps Phipp multimillionaire muUlmllonar and philanthro phIlnthropit philanthropist ¬
pit pl man of the t world and bon bn vivant vivn lato la 1 isto
to institute iiute divorce prooe prooln proceedIng dings against againsthis aglt agltbi againsthis
his bi wife fe Genevieve nvlr Chandler Cnlr Phlppa Phipp This Thisannouncement Thi Thisannouncrnent
announcement annouDcrnt was Wa authorized athoriz by b a con confidant cn cnfdat confidant ¬
fidant fdat of Mr I Phlpps Phipp I The children chidrn Mr MrPhlpps MrPhippe I
Phlpps Phipp took tok from their tbl mother mohr In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York will Wi bo b sent 1m to the th mountains mounta for the thesummer thesummer
summer ur Mr Phlpps Phlpp expects expc to remain remainIn
In l Denver DnVr until unt his hi affairs aa have hav been btn net nettled lt ltti settied ¬
tied ti He has planned plD to take tas a long rest restand rst rstand restand
and he needs nds It badly bdly said sid a friend friendA frend frendA
A prominent cltleen olUzn of Denver who is isintimate IsIntmate Isintimate
intimate Intmate with wth the Phlppa Phipp family tally declares declaresthat deJat declaresthat
that Phipps Phpp has always alWaYI boon bn subject subjet to tojealousy toJeouy tojealousy
jealousy Jeouy and that tat Dr Gallagher Gallgher of Denver Denverceased Denvercaaed Denverceased
caaed ceased attending attnding Mrs l1 Phipps Phlpp and calling callingat clng
at thehoua the house as a soon Bon as 8 he h learned leaned that thatPhlppfl thatPhlp thatPhipjw I
Phlp Phlppfl f was 11 w jealous Jealou It I Is 1 aLso aL o said sid by bythis bythis bythis
this friend thatMrs tat that M Mrs Phlpps Phipp was adopted adoptedby adopt
by a Pittsburn Pittbua family faiy when hen young and grew grewup ge geup grewup
up with two boys whom she regarded regarde as asbrothers asbrotherl asbrothers
brotherl brothers She was wa very er fond of them and andwhen andWhen andwhen
when she continued ntnue her sisterly Ilsterlyconduet Ilsterlyconduetatr conduct conductafter conductafter
atr after marriage marriag Phipps Phipp became be jealous jealousand Jeous Jeousand jealousand
and tho first frt separation 1pation was W8 on this thl ac account acount account ¬
ount count While Whlo the Denver Dnver friend believes believesthere blleY1 believesthere
there wan nothing wrong he says that thatwhen thatwhen
Ute W3 wong sa1 tAt tAtWHen
when Phipps Phlpp learned learne a week wek ago alo that one oneDf oneof oneDf
Df the brothers brotheJ wax Wuat at the te same ee hotel with withMrs wih wihMPhlpp withfre
MPhlpp Mrs Phlpps In New Ne York Yok he hastened wkI there thereind tee teean theremd
an ind took tk the children chlden away awayttAD awayn awayBAD
n BAD D BILLS BILS AT THE RACES RACESnnterfelter ItCES ItCEScuntereltf R40E5Lunterfeite
cuntereltf nnterfelter Week We Off 0 < on el the Ue Booklet BookletNine sektesNine kiN kiNNie
Nine Nie 1OO 10 NtM NtMThe NetNTbebkaert NetesThe
The Tbebkaert bookmakers at the Graveeend Oravend race racoLck rao racerack
tk rack Lck discovered diTe yesterday estrdy that in the theth therh thenh
rh nh th on Saturday Sty some Ime one distributed distributedunterfelt dl distrIbutedxuaterfelt tbuted tbutedoounteltone
oounteltone unterfelt one hundred hun dollar bills bUI hUh among amonghem amongtbem amonghem
hem An examination eulnUo yesterday yetry resulted resultedn rult
In n nine of the tlt phony bills bllblnB being found foundohn foundJohn foundFohn
John A Drake Dae thf tlfWttrn th Westernturfman Western tufman turtman got gotine goton gotno
ine of the lab certificates crtft1 In tie t harvest harveste hanesthe
on te Drake so lucky that thatle list liste
he ie > e reaped Mr Dake was tt tthe
he le e rp didnt take tke the trouble touble to t test tt all A the theaoney th thmoney thenoney
the bookmakers bookmakersThe bOOkmakersThe
money he took tk from om thebke
The counterfeit oounterelt note not were we turned tured over overo oertP overnPlikerton
Pihkerton o kerton agents alnta who took tok them to the theTeasury tbeT therreaxury
T tP Teasury offices ot0 here Secret Bet Service rlc Agentlynn Agent Agentlynn Agnt AgntImnad
Imnad lynn and nd Us h hi assistants alatta were we put op OI or the these theCL thease
CL ase se and are ar now no looking loklnKfO lookingfor for the counter countereitors cutr cutrfeters counterelter
the remarks of Agent Flynn Flynna Flynnasinightitmightbe
eitors From th rakaof Aant Flyn Flynli
feters li asinightitmightbe a t night It might be b deduced deduce that thabook thabooknakers to the book bookmaers bookaskers
maers askers were We unusually unuuly eager egr in grabbing grabbingnoney sabblng sabblngmODey grabbihgnancy
mODey nancy Said Bd Mr rFlynn rFlynnThe Flynn FlynnThe FlynnThe
The bills bi are a ar counterfoil otot gold certificate certificatend ortfctee ortfcteeaoda oertllteateeLndare
aoda Lndare nd are what Wht we call cl a a fair far Imitation iitton that ttis ttistbeya is ishey ishey
tbeya hey are not n examples exaple of ofclevr ofclerer clever workman workmanhip workmanhip Workan WorkanhlpAn
handler bandlerwouid would have havepotted haveipotted havepotted
hip hlpAn An Anexpertmofley expert exP money handle Woul
potted them qulok qulokThebills qulokThe quiokThebiils
Thebills The bis the bear b U te the e engraving tngavlni of Thomas ThomasI Thol Titornas
H I Benton Dnton and are a numbered numb in the aeries aeriesf elel elelof eerief
of > f 0 434M3 1 B When the t bookmakers bookmakersalked blerl blerltked bookmakersPiked
tked alked over ove their tIr loss 10 yesterday yty several severalemembered 8vpral 8vpralrmembfred severalemembered
rmembfred emembered having accepted accpt one hundred hundredlollar hundr hundredLoliar
dollr lollar blUe blUlm from a man whose wbo appearance appearancerasnt apperanc apperancWMnt appearanceraiint
rasnt In keeping keping with wit one who usually usuallyarriod usua usuacarried usuallyarried
carried such sums The Th roan itwas also alsoemembered aJ alsoemenibered o oremeber
remeber change emembered Sui made me small luna1 bets bt endTccolved endTccolvedhange and TChed TChedchange ieceIved ieceIvedbango
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CAR CARRAIS RAMS LADEN AMBULANCE AMBULANIJiUROEONS AMBULANCSURGEONS AMBULANCEURGIW
SURGEONS URGIW SKULL tfWU FRACTUREl FRACTURElPATIENT Ffl4C711RE1PATiENT R4CTfJREDPAT1ET
PATIENT BADLY nDI UVRT UVRTDr ItIT ItITI 1IVRTI
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Dr D Harold arold Pearson PeaonOlnlIUlumd Dying It termed at t tIloipltal tbe tbelopUalMotormn lii liiUospitaiMotrman
Iloipltal lopUalMotormn UospitaiMotrman Motermmn Mobbed MobbedPetit MobbedPetitReserves o Pll PllRriervet
Run out to t Save Him FrtJm foul RouiUsage ROUlb ROUlbIeNo foulUsageNot
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Usage UsageNot IeNo Not First Fr Wreck reeka at That Tat Spa SpaA Spt SptA po poA
A H HSwrtof Swart of Washington D 0 wl wlhas who whoha wtbra
has ha been bnstrllg beenstaying staying at tho Park Avenue AenueHotel AenueHoteltar Hot Hotfar Hotfar
far several leverar days slipped BlppN on the mart martsteps marble marbleatp znarbsteps
steps In Inlhe the hotel corridor coridor last 18t night nightreceived 11 11received He Herived
atp
received rived several leveral scalp lpwound wounds In the fa faand fal fat fatand
and an ambulance abulnce was called oe from trm Bellevu BellevuDr Bleve BleveDr BellovuDr
Dr Harold Pearscn Pe n responded mprd with wih Thom ThomiCoughlln ThomCoughlln
Coughlln Cughln driving Dr Pearson Pearn toox to Swa SwaInto Swat SwatInto Swainto
Into the ambulance ambulnce and started start for Boll Bethvile Bollvue
vile ve through thrugh Thirtysecond ThirtysPnd street Itret Th ThWas Tis Tiswa ThWas
Was wa at 1230 12300elock oclock this thl morning morningAt
At Third avenue nvtJlue a northbound trolls trollicar troley troleycar trollscar
car struck Itnlck the ambulance Imhulanc Dr Pearsc Pearscwas Pern Pernwa Pearacwas
was wa knocked knoke off otho the step and thrown twenl twenlfeet twenty twentyet twentfeet
feet et Ho Jl struck strck the pavement palement fracturlr fracturlrhis fraturing fraturinghJ
his hJ skull aul and sustaining sUltlnlng evere Intern Interninjuries Interniinjuries
injuries injuriesDriver injuriesDriver
InJurleDITr Driver DITr Coughlin Coughln was thrown over tlhorses tl the thehors tthorses
horses hors head but was not badly hurt U Ujumped He HeJump Bjumped
jumped back bk on his seat st and remain remainthere romainethere
Jump there ther for an hour until unti the wrecked Wrked ambi ambilance ambulc ambtlance
lance lc was moved off ot the tle track trackThe trak trakThe trackThe
The patient patent Swart remained rmalnt in I th thambulance the theambulanc thambulance
ambulance ambulanc When he Anally faly reached Beth Bellivue BethVue
vue ve he had internal Injuries InJurle and a ne nescalp neslp nescalp
scalp slp wound which hlch Manager Manajer Oreen of th tliPark thPark thPark
Park Avenue A venue Hotel said ld were not receive receivefrom rived rivedfrom receivefrom
from his fall al on the marble steps stepsA
A crowd quickly collected collto at the scone sne o othe or orthe othe
the accident acident and threatened thrtened Claude Cude Morn Morrlof Mornof
of o 901 3t Oi East Est Sixtyfirst street strt motorola motorolaof motorn motornof
of the car cr which ran into tho ambulanw ambulanwThe ambulno ambulancvThe
The Te police polc bad hl to t take tke him Into a nearb nearbsaloon nerby nerbysaloon nearbsaloon
saloon to get gt him away nwayPoliceman lwa1 lwa1Poloomn awayPoliceman
Policeman Poloomn Mooney of o the East Et Thirty Thirtyfifth Thirtyffh Thirtyfilth
fifth ffh street strt station stton sent a call for the re reserves rerns reserves
serves rns as 8 soon sn as a he saw sw how big a crow crowwas crowd crowdWa crowwas
was Wa assembling lemblog Presently Prenty the crowd be became b became
came ce so large that reserves Jrves from other pre precincta pr prcnctft prsclncta
cincta cnctft had ha to bo b called cle Two ambulance ambulancearrived ambulancearrived
arrived arived from Bellevue DUeue in charge of Dn Dnaiackwell DniIP
IP Qakwel inkwell andSVarren and > Warren Warn and took Dr Pearso PearsoInd Pearsoind Peoron Peoronnd
nd Swart to t the hospital hospitalCoughlln hopital hopitalCoughln hospitalCoughtln
Coughlln Coughln insisted inlstod on leading leadlnf his horn hornback hOle hOlebck horsback
back bck He is the oldest driver drive in Bellevu Bellevuand Belevue Belevueand Believuand
and It was 1 his first frat accident ncoldent He wa wabadly wabadly aR aRbadly
badly bruised bruisedDr bruIsedDr brised brisedD
Dr D Warren Warn who went ent to help the victim victimof victlmor
of the accident acident was himself hlllf injured injure in th thsame the theIme thSame
same Ime sort Irt of a a smashup smshuJ atnashupat at the same plac placa
a year yer ago go lost lt Sunday SundayIt SundayI
It I wa WI wait several months month before brore he re recovered recover recovered
ambulance nmaahed las lasnight lasinight
covered cover The ambulac snfhe lat latnight
night was that which the railroad rairoad compnn compnngave cmpny oompangave
gave to tho hospital hOpital after afer the former pc pccldent eccldent
cldent cldentIt cldentI
It I was WI said at Bellevue Bel1ve nt lt 130 1 oclocl ocloclthis oclok oclokthis ooloctthis
this morning that Ilt Dr Pearson Ptrn had hd a com compound cm cmpund cornpound
pound pund fracture tmctur of o the skull sul and was no noexpected not noteapt noexpected
expected to live He cornea reR from Tusca Tuscaloosa TSO Tusculoose
loose eapt JO Ala Al and i i ii a I graduate of Alnbqmi AlnbqmiUniversity Alabma AlabmaUnhersltyand Alabam AlabamUniversIty
University Unhersltyand and of the Cornell Corntl medical melol schoo schooto aCMol aCMolIn schooIn
In the class cl of 03 03CAtIK 03IIE 03CJ45IE
CAtIK IIE LOyO iVtFvVor JrJ W1V rQT T TO WE WEraMBtmn fIJD fIJDl WED WEDAreetn
raMBtmn Girl l Will wIll 1 G OeIUr GsBseIcRstheT Baek JUtbrr JUtbrrA 1u 1ui 1uA
4 DF I
A silm 1Ii ilth p pretty tt7Amn Armenian m glrllravelll glrllravellllone grrJlr gErlirayeitIrialone Teli
alone arrived aived several Bvell days dys ago and a w wotalned waidetained WM WMdetin
detained detin at Ellis EI Iiie Island She Sheld told thatexpected that s sxpeoted
expected xt to go to a city ciy In thejaorthern t Jorthe par parif pt ptot perof
ot if the State Stte to marry m her lover 1ver Ioverwhomeht Ioverwhomehthad whom homM homMld ah ahad
ld had ad not seen sn in four years yers She Sh was toll tollthat toldtht tolcthat
that tht she would not be permitted prlttto to Icav Icavthe lave lavethe lcavfthe
the Island Ilnd except excpt8 ex optas an tho wife Wie of the t young youniman youngman younlman
man and that R despatch depatch would be sent snt ti tihim tc tchim
him to come down downHe downHe downHe
He come ce by the first traii tah next day dy anc ancexpressed and andexprs andexpressed
expressed an enthusiastic enthUluto willingness WIUngne u umarry t to tomarry
exprs mar marry the girl and take tao her hr away with him himBut hm hmBut himBut
But tho girl grl was W1 more than thn coy oy In fact factshe fat fatIhe factshe
Ihe she finally Inly declared delare that she would no nomarry not notmarr notmarry
marr marry the young man She was Wa askec askecwhy akod akodWhy aakedwhy
why eho had changed chane her mind and sh shsaid she ahesid shesaid <
sid said that her lover did not look the same earaito sameto sameto
to her as he had looked loked in Armenia Aenl Hi Hihad He Heh Hehad
h had change very ery much muh In tho first ftpla place plaoee placehe
he e was too t fat and In the next place placeVeil p1 placeWell
Veil Wel she did not wont wat to t marry ma him htmShe himShe himShe
She was wMtld told that tht if she did not she would woultave wouldhave wouldhave
have tave to return to Armenia Amenia She looked lookaivcr lookedover
over her fat lover once onc more Jor and then thentaking thenshaking thenshaking
shaking her head be with Wih some sme appearance appa o ondncss of ofndne olsadness
sadness ndne remarked rmarked No Noi I cannot do it itwould ItI Iti
1 would rather go back ba kt to Armenia ArmeniaTho Atmenl ArmeniaThe
The Te fat lover pleaded with her h but sh shpas she BbeWu shewas <
pas obduratoand obute and he went back bk to his hi home homijp homeup homeup
up the State StatelOOBERS Stte StteROBBERS StateUO7JflERS
ROBBERS OVERCOME A WOMA WOMAtrlclit UOAFr15h DOIIANFrelght
Fr15h trlclit Bills DII Calling Caln5 for Goods In NevtraCities Hnral Hnralttes Nevtra eieraRalice
Cities ttes Found on One of f Them ThemPiTTSBtTBO ThemPirreatTItO I11emPJT8BURO
PiTTSBtTBO PJT8BURO June 8 6Mrs IIMI Mrs Frank Frk Smegley Smegleyf
of > f Olfl CIII Prebla Pble avenue was we making iakln her bed bedhis bedshie
this his morning moring when who two tw robbers intoned entereche intonedLbs
the he rm room One of them thlm told her they hat hatust hadlust
Just ust dropped in to look around aroud and if i she shinode Iheme shenade
node an outcry out they would ould choke her lift liftait lifeut le leout
out me ait She screamed amed and one of the robbers robbonhrew robbersthW robbershiew
thW hrew heracross herar0 heracr ° es a chair chir and held his h hand baneiver handover handver
over her hr mouth mouthThe mouthTht mouthThe
The Tht other thief then ransacked r ked the house houseletting hou hougtttln housefettin
letting ntoriey mney and jewelry JeWely Mrs Mn Smegley Smegleyollowtdthem Sm6ley Sm6leyfolowedthem Smegleyollowdthem
folowedthem ollowtdthem when they loft the house and andler ad adbsr ander
bsr ler screams aml attracted attt a number nubet of people peopleVilllam ppl8 ppl8Wii peopleWilliam
Wii Villlam Connors one of the tht robbers robbill was waaaptured wasaptured WUcptured
cptured aptured after a short shor chase eh On him hm were wereound wereound
ound freight hill bUI which called cled for goods goodsn
In n Philadelphia Philelphi New York Baltimore Blmor and andther ald aldotbr adtber
otbr > ther cities citiesAVTO oilO oilOmTO citiesAUTO
AUTO ABLAZE 1 IX STREET STREETtroofcl STREETlrsokin
ABAZE STRII STRIIBoln
Boln lrsokin troofcl > n FlrVmrn nfmn Get Oft a aXe Xew ev Kind lnlof lnlofob of a a4ob aJob
Job ob but Make Itlak quick quleII Work orot of It ItIt I In ItIt
It took half a dozen dozn firemen frmen with wl chemical chemicalxtlngulshers chemial chemialexUnglahelll chemicalxtingulshera
out fire which ruined rubiedbigautomobile ruinedI
exUnglahelll xtlngulshers to put a fre mied miedI
hi Clinton Ion street Brooklyn Brooklynt
I I bigautomobile We aulomoble Cln strt Brokly
at LI t 0 I oclock oclok last t night The machine machie was wasbe wasbe u uthe
the be property proprty of Dr D C W WBarin Barton of o 650 650When o oacific
acific atre t tWhen
Pollo sUt sUtWhe
When Whe Dr D Dni Barton Brton started star led out in the auto autoIB autohe
he IB found that the gaxolene gHolene tank tk leaked leakedfie leake leakedEle
He fie ran ra it to n repair repir shop at t Clinton Cit and andillon ad adILn enduitoii
illon ILn streets Itts where wher It wo 1 ws patched ptched up uple ripIc p pHe
He le started stted again but a bkck from frm the te re reatr reo reoPiI notr
> atr tr shop the gasolene ga oleno flared f uo ia I a I blaze blazeThedoctor bl blazeThe
PiI Thedoctor Te The door doctor glo pulled Ille up in a hurryand hurryandumped hury hurry pnd pndjumted nd ndumed
jumted umped By the time tme firemen frmen from trm Engine EngineCompany Egine EgineCmpany Engineompany
Cmpany Company 105 got gt there th re the machine was wasturning wasurning
burln turning briskly brIIIly The T street str was blocked blockedor
for or half an anhour hour hOlr and neveral versl thousand tho thottsandpeople thottsandpeopleratched d people peopleratched pople poplewatched
ratched the th firemen fremen at athelr attheir their rather unusual unusualob unulal unulaljob
job ob Tho damage damge damagewas was 11000 11000filrl 10 10rl 1000 1000ltrI
filrl rl hltwn ment thaws NT e a Ho Rl RlFlornoo Roof RoofFlorence r rFlorence
Florence Flornoo Hayes IB II years 7eal old who lives livesn lves lveson livea
Boulevard In If North orth
on n the be Hudson Bulevar Norh Bergen Bergenrent Bergenrentto
Wenno rent to the roof rof of an aextenlon extension at her home homeuring homedurlnp homeuring
uring Sunday evenings onlng8storm storm A vlo vlomt vlerut
lont mt RfBt tCBt tst of wind blow blowber her off or the roohe rooi rooihe rl rl8he
8he he fell fel twenty feet ftt and was Wuplck picked up upnconscious upnconscious
unconlous nconscious Her Herep legs were fraolared fractir d near nearhe nearh
lrar
th h he ankles ankl She was Wa taken tothai t011 to lb North Northtudson NorthLudson
Hudon tudson Hospital Hopital
1
MISS llSS BRE Bn IIREtSES SES AUTO KILLED KLLED III IIIItalian II1S1Italian
Italian laUu Boy Doyon on a Bicycle Swerves 8110 In Peon Pronof Font Fontof Peonof
of It I at Tuxedo TuxedoTUXEDO Trdo TrdoTUXD FuxedoTcxabo <
TUXEDO TUXD PARK N NY Y June 8 While Wbileou Wbileoutottnlng on ontouring out outturig
touring turig In her automobile autmobl1e late yestei yesteiday yeter yeterday yeeterday
day afternoonMiss ate OnI Eloise Fol L Breeso Breesoresident Breesoresident Breeoa Breeoarldentof
resident rldentof of the TixedoPark TxedoPark society olety cot colony 01 01any cotony
ony with wih a party of luttsrdow guests ran down an ankilled and andkie amkilled
killed kie Thomas Vatze J tte a 17yearold 17yerld Itallai ItallaiI Itli DalLiiboy
I boy who was riding riig a abloy bicycle o near neathe the out outskirts outIkli outskirt
skirts Ikli of Tuxedo Tedo Park It proved prove to t b baccidental 0 baccidental
accidental aldent according ardig to eyewitnesses eyeltnee an anUie and andUle amthe
the verdict venlot of the Coroners Croner 1 Inquest Inquet held I ISuffern In InBtrerntoy ii iiBuffern
Suffern Btrerntoy BtrerntoyThe todky todkyThe toclayThe
The Breese Bre party prty were er returningfron returningfrontheir rel returning l frm frmtheir fran frantheir
their trip trp and slowly climbing CmbIn8 ctlmbingthehill thehill hehil near neaDr nearDr neaiDr
Dr John Glllette Olettso on the Sloatsburgrpad Sloatsburgrpadwhen Sloataburc r road roadwhen
when the Italian Itli bicycle rider rder was Wi seer teeiahead seerahead en enaed
ahead aed Mutre Mutzemed Mutzeseemed seemed to be b just jutlerinc jutlerincto learnlnj learnlnjto
to ride a ablcTole bicycle and ad he seemed eme uncertaii uncertaiiof
of his mount when he started tr down dowl the hIll hlUAccording hIllAoorlc hillAocordlng
According Aoorlc to testimony ttmoy of oteyewllee eyewiuiessee eyewiuiesseehis
his hi speed Increased Incr as he ht neared ne the ble bler bl blred bi1red
red r sp automobile autmobie and his bloyole was wab wabbllng wabbUng wabbling
bUng from frm side to aide It I was wa evlden evldenthat ovldet ovldettat evidenthat
that tat he had Jla lost control ontrol of o the machine mhine fo foIt lor lorIt Ioiit
It made fde a 11lg flying sweep in front of the te auto automobile aut automobile
mobile mobie and the theboywaa boy b was struck trok and knocket knocketagainst koked kokedaa1t knocketagainst
against aa1t the fence fenceMiss fec fenceMiss
Miss Ml Breese Br arid ad her friends went to him hlnand himand bierand
and found him hm dead d His Hi body by was placec placecin pl plIn piaceIn
in the te automobile nutmoble and carried cred to the Suffer SufferHospital surcm surcmHopit SuffertHospital
Hospital HospitalMlsa Hopit HospitalMiss
Miss I Breese Bree opened opned her be summer sumer reel reeldence rl rldenoe reeldance
dance in Tuxedo Txeo Park Pa two to weeks Weka ago ao ant socwas antwas and andWa
was Wa entertaining eterl a party pay of friends frlend ovei oveiSunday overSunday oveiSunday
Sunday She la I a sister lter of James Jae L Bre Bre Breof Brtcst Brtcstof s sof <
of New Ne York Yo Th T The boy resided rlded with hli hlifather hlafather hifather
father In tile Italian Ialan quarter of Tuxed TuxedTillage Txoo TxooTloKe Tuzedcvillage <
Tillage TillageYOVKO TloKe TloKeOU1G villageYOUNG
YOUNG OU1G THAW LOST LST 9130OOT 9130OOTI 73000 73000Ills 801 801II11
I Ills Name Ii Mentioned MeUontln MentlonedinCaurt In Ccnrt Cart In a Pitt Pittbars Pt Pittoburg
bars bae Gambling GambU House Jol Inquiry InquiryPrrrsBtnio Iul lnquIflPrrrsauira
PrrrsBtnio PrBUO June e GWe 0When When crlmlni crlmlnicourt crina cdminacourt
court curt was Wi opened oped this morning moring a alntlon alntlonwa senaatlo senaatlowas eenatioiwas
was wa sprung sprng by Assistant lstnt Dlntrlct DlatrictAttory DlatrictAttoryJohn DlstnlctAttornel DlstnlctAttornelJohn Attorn AttornJohn
John Robb Jr When Constable Cnstle Pete PeteNock Petr PetrNok PeteNock
Nock Nok of the Fourth Fourt Ward Wan was called cUed upoito uponto upon upotto
to make mae his hi quartriy quartoriy quartoriyreport report rrtj the first fst ques question queston quesLion
Lion ton put to him hl1aDo hImwa was Do you know No NoPen 40 40Penn 4 4Penn
Penn Pen avenue avenueBracing avenueBring avenueBracing
Bracing Bring himself hlllf ho sold sd Yes YP sir sirIsnt airIntit Ir IrInt
Isnt Int Intit It a gambling gmblng house houseNot hous houseNot
Not tat that I know of ofDid 0 0Dd ofDid
Did Dd you not hear her that William WII m Thaw ThawJr ThaWJrlot ThawJr
Jr Jrlot lost 111000 IUiO there ther about two weeks wek ago agoNo 80 agoNo
No 20 sir lr I never heard a II word of It untl untlI
I got your letter letterDid letterDd letterDId
Did Dd you not hoar her of a loss l of 4090 0 about abouthroe abut abutthr aboutthree
throe thr woeks wok ago by Dallas DII Dyers Byel in that thathouse thathou thathou
house houseNo hou hou
houNo
No sir lr I i did not notDo notDo notDo
Do you OU know of a man named name Steve SteveTrentor StyO StyOTrntor SteveTrentor
Trentor TrentorI Trntor TrntorI
I havo heard hear of him but I do notkno notknohim not notirnowhim know knowhim
him
himYou
You will wU have to make soma inquiry inquiryabout inquiryabout inquiryabout
about this and ad report the f facts to the Court Courteaid Curt Curtsid Courtsaid
said sid Judge Fraser FraserWALKED Fmr FmrWAlKED FraserWALKED
WALKED TO 0 SARAXAC SIR4C LAKE LAKETwo LIKETwo L4KETwo
Two Younic oune Mn fn of This 1ls City Clt Start 8tt Wllhon Wllhona Wltholt Wltholta
a Ont CtEmelr CentEarnThelr Earn Their Using on ontho Uid Ue Way WayOODKNSBUBO jayOoDanssvna a aOOIEIBtBN
OODKNSBUBO OOIEIBtBN N Yr yJ Y June lTwoyounj lTwoyounjrnen Two Tw youhj youhjhave J
ma rnen t M o Of wD wvli kw NewYoa NOW Y9tOt5 Y9tOt5arrived J
have b arrived y atSaranac at tSaotkjniiaMI tSaotkjniiaMIrcmdack D I ilWijn I t heAdl heAdlrondaok iAI
rondaok i k Mountains HOlntinPbTnl Mor tAtus having baYIZI wlked J al alWalker a all allWalker 1
thfrN 1 PbY PbYW
Walker W sOn r of f John J hc BrisBen Sn1 I VTalker waki pub publlsher P pubfisher
fisher lkheot of t the th Cosmopolitan CdPoliusJ JfapotjAe MiQ aIAC lt ahi ahiCarlisle de SMcarIIile
Carlisle Clilo NorwoodJr NooJr6nof > son on of the i protldcnof protldcn pln pnrzidtrdof
of the Niagara NI Insurance In u nCCmpoy Company of Xei XeiYork ew ewYork ew ewYork
York YorkTho YorkTh YorkThe
The Th young younalrav iravellDra ti were wer dusty dUy and sun eunburned sunburned un unbur
burned bur They Ty were lightly 11hly dressed ds and won wonno woreno Wor
no coats cata One carried ci an army amy blanksrolled blanket blanketrl blanketrolled
rolled rl In the regulation regulion manner mnner over over hi hishoulders h hishoulders
shoulders ahouldel and andthe the t h other otr had b a canvas onv knap knapsack knapsack
sack sk strapped to his h back bk They left lft N New NewYork NewYork i iYork
8rapp
York without thout any money mo ey and a worked Worl at atodd a atodd
odd od jobs job an the th way They Thy were er well U re received N Nolv isoeived ¬
ceived olv by the th farmers taers along the route ru and andslept andlep andslept
slept lep outdoors oudoor only two nights nlgh8 They Ty will willspend willspend n npnd
spend pnd the th summer aur at a Saranao an8o and ad expect expectto eX
t to earn ea enough to pay their thei expense expenseDORSES epn epnHORSES expensesHORSES
HORSES RACE ACE FAST TRAIN TRAIXPrrtltt THA THAPfrtlt TRAINPersist
Persist Pfrtlt In Galloping Ahead Abed of t the Ufl Tx J Jmothe Lee Leemotive > c cmotlve
motive Until UnUo Lasso Stops StoP Era ErajFoTTBViLU EmPoSYI 1nioTrsvILut
jFoTTBViLU PoSYI oTrsvILut Pa June a 5A fA A pair of frisky friskyhorses friskyhorses fry fryhol
horses hol escaped eped from pasture ptu pr persistently persistentlytopped persltty perslttyItopp persistentlystopped
topped the te Pennsylvania Ponylvanla Railroad HUroad north northbound nor northbound ¬
Itopp bound bd express expr this thJ evening evfnlng by running runningahead rlnc rlncaed runningahead
ahead aed of the train tin in a long lon tunnel tuel En Engineer E Enginser ¬
gineer Roberts Robrt noticed noto the horses hor on thetrack the thetrack thetmck
track ar OH ie he pulled pule out of the suburbs uburb of ofPottevllle ofPottsvlo ofPottsvllle
Pottevllle PottevllleAppearing PottsvllleAppearing
Pottsvlo PottsvloAppring
Appearing Appring to enjoy a race r with wit the te train trainthe tr trainthe
the tooting tting of the whistle Whiste failed fale to t scare scarethem Ire Irethem scarethem
them from frm the track trk and for a long distance distanceUie dlt dietariesthe
the singular spectacle was presented of a afast afut afast
te sina sPtale pret o
fast train tr preceded pred by two splendid spledid horses horsesgoing ho hoKoing horsesgoing
going at breakneck brnok speed speedTwice speedTwice
Twice To tho train was sp topped and the thehorse th thehorses
horse bl chased chaway away but each eb time the theanimals tbeaa theanimals
animals aa returned retured The big bi tunnel tunel between betweenPattavillo bewen bewenPettftvo betweenPttevlllo
Pattavillo Pettftvo and St Clair was w finally reached reachedthrough rebed rebedthrouSh reachedthrough
through which wh0hthe the horses hors6 sped with the theengine theengine theengine
engine close 010l behind beind the whistle Whlto screeching screechingcontinually screechingcontinually rhng rhngcontnualy
contnualy continually At A St Clair tho horses hols were werestill werestill WereItl
Itl still galloping gAUopln ahead tad and ad it was 14 necessary necessaryto n necessarytolasso
to tou tolasso of ofway lasso way them the to tilve give the train tran a clear ola right rightof rlShtof rightofway
ANTIITALIAN RIOTS RIOTSob RIOTMO RIOTSMob
MO Mob ob Tries TiM to Brtve ye Foreigner aereipe From Fl a aCity aCtrIOTobe acitysides
City CtrIOTobe citysides CerloM Trouble Expeetad ExpeetadSTHRUMO Ept EspeetedSrsiuxwo
STHRUMO STRLO III IJune IIIJune June SFifty I Fifty Ffnollumo Ffnollumoan citizen mactoIn mado madoi
an i attempt attptlut last night to drive the th Italian Italiansidents Iti Italianresidents
Ilents residents from this city but so far fa have h e been beeninsuocessful bn bnunuotu beenuniuooeuful
unuotu insuocessful The Th affair which resulted resultedn lut
I In n a riot started llt on an electric elotri car Five Fivetalians PiveItin FiveItalians
Itin Italians were on 01 the car and with Wit stones stonesind s atonesand onM onMad
ad and clubs club the Americans Aericn went after ter the theoreigners th theforeigners
forelgneraI foreigners foreignersThe oreignersThe
The latter lttr pulled pule revolvers rnlvelll and knives knivesind klve knivesand
I and were wer wereejected ejected ejet from the te car At t 20olk 20olkthl oclock oclockhis oclockthis
thl his morning moring the place ple where wher the foreigners foreignersleep forelpenlllp foreignerssleep
lllp sleep was surrounded lulue by a mob of fifty lt men mennit me menbut
bt but nit before their arrival amva the Italians Ial had hadeft hadlef badleft
lef left the house hou They Tey were later lter discovered discoveredn dlonr
in n the shadow of a tree tr and ad were driven drivn from fromhe fromthe frm frmthe
the he city cityTha ciy ciyTe cityThe
The crowd returned rtue later ltr to the houses housesind house houseand housesand
and and with wih clubs oluband and stones stone every ever window windowraa Widow WidowWa
Wa was smashed the doors dors broken brokn down and andhe ladbe d dthe
the he furniture broken into pieces piecesThe placeThe plee
The police polc have hve been bn authorized auhore to protect protecthe prott protttheftyItln
theftyItln he fifty Italians who are ar atlll tU in the city cityhis cltyTlsenlngRphWalker cityFbI
TlsenlngRphWalker FbI his evening RalphWalker Ralph Walker H years old oldras oldwas oldis
was is ras attacked atake by b three thr Italians ItU knocked knockedlown koke knockedIowa
down and badly blyInjur injured The Te assaultbas ueauKbseimused assaultbasroused ultbs ultbsarou
arou roused more feeling felng and an an a open opn war la lalow J Jnow Isow
now low predicted predictedCMM prlot prlotbUd precliotedthUd
bUd Shot Jt HU Hl Sister lte Draft DraftMamie Dd Ddale DesdMaxnle
Mamie ale Sautre Batr B I years rea old oldoKlc of Kreicher Kreicherrllle Rreieherrule er erTle
Tle rllle Staten 8ttn Island wa a shot and an killed killedist kied kiedlt killedt
her brother brotherJoeph brotherJoephFhev Joseph JosephThev JoeephTheY
lt ist t evening evenlnby by brberyoungor younger broter
TheY were wer playing plying with an old pistol Iitol ltlhon ltlhonIt when whent
It t exploded cxplodedtheC1J the charge striking tkill Uie e little littlerfrl Jttl littlegirl
grl grlIUBY girl girlawZTS
awZTS IUBY HUTS FORT WIKB INE AND A1 GKPK GAPfJWICf GAPfJWICfAr JCTCM JCTCMAr
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KLSCHILDREN KILLS KILS CHILDREN AND HIMSELF11IlE HIMSELF IIIMSELFINSANE HIMSELINSANE
INSANE 11IlE FATHERS F4TIElS CRIME f fELIZABETH AT ATIJlIZ4IET1 4 4E141Z411E7lI
ELIZABETH IJlIZ4IET1 N 1 J JThree 1 1Three 1TrH
Three TrH Little Ltte Onr On Dead Dad and One Ont l UII UIIFtber iItt iIttFather ln lnFather
Father Ftber Killed 1ltdTem Them In SuwfMloi SuwfMloiWith Butlon ButlonWit SiiieflIoiWith
With Wit Potion PI n and Pistol Alter AfN Wrltlni Wrltlnifor WlItljiifor rIUJI
for a Neighbor Nfllhbor t ta L ly LY Them Tem OutEWZABEIU Out OutELIZABETH outEZABT
ELIZABETH EZABT N NJ J June fl eIn In a rear roar roarin roomIn rootin
in the two story stry house hos at 130 IS First avenue avenueRoselle avenUoRle avenueRosalie
Roselle Rle Lillian LUlJad and Mamie Pouch POlch agw aged
7 years and ad eighteen elahln months month respectively respectivelyare rCpotvely rCpotvelyar
are ar dead de of carbolic carbl acid aId poisoning poisoningIn pining piningIn
In an adjoining anadJolnhi room rom U I the body boy of thel thelfiveyearold theifireyearold heir heirveyear
fiveyearold veyear old sister aLtr Minnie Mini with wlh a bulls bullewound bullft bullftwound bullswound
wound In her abdomen abomon A thirteenyear thirteenyearold thlrtenyer thlrtenyerold
old brother brther Albert U L In the Ellznbetl EllznbetlGeneral Ellis FUzbth FUzbthOeneral beti betiOsneral
General Hospital HOpial Il spltai unconscious unonsolou < with wih i ibullet a abulet i ibullet
bullet bulet wound ound in hi hi his right righ side The doctor doctoray dotor doctorsay
81 say ay that he may not live till tl morning morningThe moring moringThe roomingThe
The lives Uve of a these thes children ohldrn were taken takeiby takenbythelrfAtherJoseph takerby
by bythelrfAtherJoseph their the ir father fatherJoeeph Joseph M Pouch whothei whotheihot who hothenhot thel thelshot
hot himself himslf In tho temple dying almost alot alotiediately almostimmediately j jimmediately
immediately iediately Previously Prevously Pouch bar haiwritten had hadWrittn barwritten
written Writtn to Mrs MlOeorge George B Reynolds Rynoldl o oScotch or orSootoh ci ciootoh
Scotch Plains Palna that ho Intended to Bent Benthis Iend Iendbls send sendlii
lii his children whore his wife had gone His Hiiwife Hiswife hiwife
wife died a month ago agoAll aHoAl agoAll
All Al will wi be dead ded when you get here herePouch hereFoc herePouoh
Pouch Foc wrote wote He gave Instructions Jstcton a ato 1 as asto
to how the bodies bodt should be b laid lid out ut Mm MmReynolds MrsReynolds Mr
Reynolds Ryold received rive the letter Jeter this evening eveningShe evolnl eveningShe
She telephoned tlehoe to t the County Physician PhysicianDr Phylomn PhylomnD
Dr D F FW W Wescoti Wett of Fanwood FWo who son sonJustice snt sntJUt sealJustle
Justice JUt F E Wooley and ad Chief biler of Police PoliceKenney 1010 PoliceKenney
Kenney Keney to Pouchs house houweThey houl houseThey
They found the front door locked lok and nl nltho al atthe
tho windows wlnd ws but one shut When they de demanded de demnded domanded
manded mnded admittance admittnc the open opn window wai waislammed wa waslmmed waslammed
slammed slmmed down downThe downTe downThe
The Te policeman plicman and the Justice JUltiC went afte afteDave aftr aftrDave nfteiDave
Dave Hennessey Jenney the night policeman polcmon a aRoselle at atRle aRoselie
Roselle Rle and brought him hm to t the house houseHennessey houeeHeey houseBennese
Hennessey Heey Bennese y gave gv the door dor a kick As hi hidid he hedd liidid
did dd so 8 a shot was heard upstairs uptairs then twimore two twomore tw twmore
more moreRushing moreRushing moreRushing
Rushing upstairs u ailrs the the men menlound found Pouol Pouolon Pouehon
on the floor for in a heap Albert Ihert and Minni MinniIn MinnieIn MinniInbedin
In Inbedin bed In their theirnight night gowns gownsbloodstreamin gownsbloodstreaminfrom blood Btreamlni Btreamlnifrom Itreaming Itreamingfrom
from their wounds over the sheets shet Th Thfather The Thetather Tbfather <
father had hd put his children chidren to bed bt bofon bofonhe befor bofonhe
he shot them themIn themI themIn
In I a letter Pouch had started atrto which whielwas whichwa whichwas
was wa found foud beside bl e him on the floor for he hesaid hold hesaid
said saidI ld ldI
I have been b hunted liy II eviryhody tTPrybdlond tTPrybdlondlord everybodyland everybodylandlord land landlord
lord nnd everybody ptrybd Boss I0 H discharged dl chnrgtd nu nuto me meto rutto
to make mutters mster worn wor ThinKs do not gi girfeht iO iOrllht gcright
right rllht or this would not have happened to today toda today ¬
day da Tho bodied of the girls will i hove to b bembalmed b be beeutbalined <
embalmed fmbatntd but none loe of the t be rest rtlt bury bur as S HOOF HOOFis loon loonas sootas
as is ¬
He is a nephew of the Pouch who bull bullithe bul t ttbe I Ithe
the Pouch mansion fnslon In Brooklyn Broklyn His Hisfather Hiather Hisfather
father was a wealthy weltby undertaker whc whcdinbiheritcd whcdielnheritexthis ho hodisinherite
dinbiheritcd dielnheritexthis this son sonIDAHO sonIDAhO
disinherite disinheriteIDIO
IDAHO FOR HEARST HEARSTDelegates IIEIRSTUtltcatr IIEtIfSTIletegatra
Delegates Utltcatr Are re Instructed to Vatefor Vote ote far III IIIas 11m 11mlne hit hitas
as Lang lne ai a 11 I r c lias a Chance ChanceWKIBRB cancf cancfWIUSB ChaliceWirsail
WIUSB Wirsail WKIBRB Idaho Idh June 4 e1 6This The borne Denacratia bornecratla
cratia State fte oonyon conytinUon lion met here toda todaand todIrI
and n rI waa wIa cohtrollBd Owv Uny nb bythe y on1h e Hearst Ht forcei forceiThere forc forc7herewag 0r
There 7herewag e was some unoertihity uDrmtaboutthe uDrmtaboutthede about aboutth aboutthpiqtelet th thBeha
piqtelet ldetegatiesii ldetegatiesiiseetor
de ILIdtI11
Beha seetor botanbfifted UM fli Hearst Ifes t tthat W Wthat
It 1 Dfi fl l rt
that tt W h would 1ild hot n t objedt Jl jodt against agDt instkk instkkUonj 11 lnsthioUonjtorlleardt
Uonj UoN Uonjtorlleardt for t t Hearst He Then Ten Thenlda hi h name narnewasplored narnewasploredonth me was ws plac placon p1
on onth the th list listDuboia li liDboi llI llIDubois
Dubois Dboi found f ul that the Mormons Monons hai haigone had hadgone ad adlone
gone lone to to Hearst Herst and had given that factloi factloia tact n na
a clear clearmjorty clearmjortyThe majority majorityThe majorityThe
The delegates delelate to the national natonal conventloiwere convention cnvnton cnvntonWONllntnlc conventionwere
were WONllntnlc Instructed to vote for Hearst Heart as I Is long lonjis longu
is 54 In their ther Judgment judlent ho has h a chance o oneourln or orlurln ofsecuring
lurln securing neourln the nomination nomnation They are Senate SenateDubols Snator SenatorDubois I IDubol
Dubol Dubois former rOrr Governor Goveror Frank former formeiUnited lorr lorrUnit formerUnited
Unit United State Stat Senator Snator Holtfleld Uelteld Major MajoiA 1laJor 1laJorA
A U V Woods Woe Tim Tm Regan Rgan and Cot Cl W F FBalUntlne FBltn FBallantine
Bltn BltnMAl BalUntlne BallantineMAI BalUntlneWAV
MAl WAV LOSE LSE RAILWAY RAIL4 CONCESSION CONCESSIONChinese COCESSll COCESSllCtne COVCESSIOciinese
Ctne Chinese VI 1CO 1e51O1 TO > I Want aII t Annul Grant UAmericans t tAmericn U toAmericans
Americans AmericansSpecial Americn Americnpca Americanstpecsas
Special CMt Ca Dnpalcti Dpat to 1 THE T rs Sw SwLONDON I SvrLONDON
LONDON LNDN pca June 7 7A A despatch dltch to the thiTimtt th thTim the7isnea
Tim Timtt from frm Shanghai Shghytttho Mythatthe Viceroys Vlceroyif
of > f Wuohang Wuoba and Canton Cantn have strongly ex expressed ezpr cxpressed ¬
pressed to Director Jlrlror irector of Railways Rlwa 8 Bhang Bhangheir Shenj ilbengtheir
pr
tr heir opinion opln Ion that tat tho concession ooncio pf the theWantonHank thl thelantonhankow
Oantollanko WantonHank OTT railway riway to Americans Americansihould Aeric Americanathould
aould ihould be b annulled annu1ed because U8 the thecntrat thecntratwa contract contractiras
wa Wa iras violated vlo t by the te transference transfereno of their theirighta telr telrrht theirrights
rht rights and interests Intntft to Belgians BelgiansSheng Belll BelgiansSheng
Sheng Shon ha b baa definitely defnitly stated st that tht it U I hi hintention hJIntti his hisintention
Intti intention to act at according ari to this th opinion opinionnit opinionluth
luth nit he h await Wat advance advanc from frm the theqe agent in infew inew in1ew
1ew few ew York Yor who is I negotiating nfletatll with wit the theJelgUn theBlarrnttv theelgtan
Blarrnttv BlarrnttvREEFORCEMENT JelgUn repreaentatlvM repreaentatlvMREEXFORCKUKNTS reprel ntatlvas ntatlvasREENFORCEMENTS
REEXFORCKUKNTS TO TIBET TIBETItala TIBETIltln TiBETFlfltsin
Iltln Flfltsin Itala Decide Dldt That t a Larger frlt Free FeeNHtl It ItNeeded isNeeded
Needed NHtl nitre nitreSperial Tf TfSp There3fls
Sperial Sp CMi C4 Dtiptleh lJcl tt Tin Tll Sine SimSIMLA SineSiiua
SIMLA Bun June 8 6Tire Two sections tOD of a I moun mountain mOUntain mounala ¬
tain battery btera a company oompy of sappers Np and andalner endamen Ind IndminII
minII amen and the Nineteenthand Nlnetnth Nineteenth and Thirty Thlrtyhlrd Thirtythir Thirtybird
thir bird Punjabi PnJabl regiment niment have hve been bn ordered orderedo ordere
to to to Sikkim SikkimIt
o prepare pPe t go g t Blkll
It I 18 presumed that thattfe tftese troops trop are > In InBttdda Intd inendedax
td Bttdda p ninforoeniente r nto1e nforooment to the th British Britishxptdltton Britishzpdltion Bril D De
in Tibet TibetOVERCOME TibetOVERCOME
e xptdltton lltln now no Tb TbOVEaCMl
OVEaCMl OVERCOME BY THE fHE HE HEAT HEATwelUrlag HrAI HrAI8Weltq HEATlweltnlwg
8Weltq welUrlag Day Dr Mtart Itr the Rammer Summe List Listi IJitf UnPltlen
i f Prtrattni PrtrattniJohn Pltlen PltlenJohn PrsitlatiniJohn
John People Pp 24 year yra old ol a truck driver driveriving drver drver1vDi driverlying
1vDi lying at ITS 17 17 Gold Gl street tr Brooklyn Brkly was wasveroome wuOTD wasyeroonie
OTD veroome by the t th heat bet at the tie Oiristopher Oiristophertret Orph riatopherunset
unset ferry yesterday afternoon He wu wasBken wuken wuiken
t f8 aterno
ken to St t J Vincent Vnnt Hospital HospitalAn Holtl HoltlAl
An Al unknown unko Italian Itain woman Wo about abt abonteim 30 30rears 3
rears era old oIW was found prostrated prtrte hi I front frnt of oflo
10 Waverler by Policeman Cannody Cannodyif
12 place plc b lollcmn Cary Caryoft
oft if the Mercer er street l r station Ital n and taken to toSt toSt toSt
St St Vmoenta V Hospital HospitalAdam Hopltl HopltlAd HospitalAdam
Adam Ad Hollenbeck RoDebk U s y years far ar old ol of 771 771Sixth 71 71Slxtb 721Sixth
at 87 Second Secondav Secondavenue
Sixth street r was overcome 0Trme 17 Snd Sndaveue
avenue aveue av nue Taken to toBllye Bellevue Hospital HospitalJohn HospitalJohn Hopla
John F FMCorlok McCormIck 24 a laborer labrot of ins insVest 115 115West i iiest
Vest Houston street trt was wal prostrated late lateist laterat
Iat rat night in front trnt of 327 27 7 West Houston Houstontreet Iouston Ioustonsln houstonInset
Inset He WM 1 taken ken to St Vincents Vincentstospital Vlncnt VlncntHoial Vincentshospital
sln
Hoial hospital hospitalHeat tospitalHeat
Heat Uft Cawet CU a Death Dth In Brooklyn BrooklynWalter Brookly BrooklynWaiter
Walter Waler Frisbia a a clerk 45 years old waa waaited wa waeeldonthe waasated
eeldonthe sated ited on the stoop stpofhl of his home 413 3 Pacific Pacificreet Paclic Paclicatrt Pacifiatreet
atrt reet Brooklyn BrkJy at 8 I oclock oelok last evening eveninghen eveningrhen evenln evenlnWhe
Whe hen he wa WM seized ll with a sudden attack attackheart attk attkorbtlble attackf
orbtlble f heart trouble superinduced superinduc Yt by the theeat thebet theeat
bet eat and died cuedNo le leo v vNo ¼
No o Harry l r In Canntld Cn ld case CateThe Ce CeThe caseThe
The Grand Jury Ju will Wllot not be b asked ake to con conIder on onaldert1 conIdar
aldert1 Ider the COM Oof of Richard RchardA A Canfleld ann Jd for forsveral forlverl foraveral
lverl sveral week The Teargm argument argum ot t of the theowlsohn theLwlshn theewiaohn
Lwlshn owlsohn wo oertlorarl orlorad case ce before befor the Ap Apellate Appel Apehlte
pel ellate te Division Dhlionll la set for or today todayORLDS to todayroerLw dy dyOR
ORLDS OR TAIl Al VIA TJ ROAD ROADone ROADle ItOADuse rKVNSTLVAXIA B I1VA RaIL KAILROAD RaILV RaILItOAD
one t special a train tea V itaadard Idan coaches bo in 1 tb tbwni tM theenact
11 enact le trip trPUI trtpA4s Ait
A o 1
REPUBLICANS mPUnUO41S WIN IN OREGON OREOONPint OIEGON OIEGONFrt OREGONFirst
Pint Frt 1PIelon Ilrcllon In 1UO4 IUO Having a111 a nearln nearlnnn Bfrlne Bfrlnenn flesrlnion
nn National Affairs AffalriPORTLAND Afalr AfalrPORT AffairsPORTLaWD
PORTLAND PORT ND Ore Juno Jln e 6The The clecUo clecUoof electon electono electiorof
of o two Congressmen Congrmsn In this State toda todais today todayi
is of especial plallmportnoo importance for the reason ron tha thait thaIt
it In I I the first frst election eleo ton of 1601 10 which has hasbearing hasbearing a abring
bearing bring on national natonl affairs affairaResults aair aairRelts affairsResults
Results Relts tonight show that Harrlma HarrlmaRep Hariman HarnlmarIlep
Rep lep haH carried his district by b3 fror rom
5000 10 to 7000 70 over ove R M 1 Vetch Dem Demand DemandJobn DeinandJohn an anJohn
John H Williams Wiiam Rep has hOI defeated defeateJ defeatedJ
J Simmons Dem by 10000 10000Both 100 10000Both
Both Btb Bides have Insisted during tho com compalgn e epllgn campaign
palgn pllgn that this vote ote will wi show the drift drl o opolitical opoltcal ol olpolitical
political poltcal sentiment sentment throughout the Union UnionIn UnionIn UnionIn
In 1BOO 10 Oregon was 1 carried crrie for MoKinle MoKinleby MoKlnleyby MoKinleby
by 13141 yet in 1002 102 the Democratic Dmorato can candldate cn cndidate candidato
dldate for Governor was elected by 278 278TO 2e 276TO
TO Tt CELEBRATE CEIEIJAE KINGS KlG MURDER MURDERServian 1IlDJR 1IlDJR8evlan MURDERNervlan
Servian 8evlan Army Will 11 Have lat Halls Oall and nd Frtr Frtron Frtaon Fricion
on the thl Anniversary AnniversaryIptcM Alnhtrar Alnhtrarp Anniversarytpert3
IptcM p C Cabe Cable < Mt Dispatch DUpacllo to TUB Ta TueVIENNA AUK AUKVIFNNA UN UNVIENNA
VIENNA Juno 6 AatonUhment 8AtonIHhment has ha beeicaiwed been beencale beercaused
caused cale by reports rpportR from rom Belgrade of th thfeAtivltlra the thetetllto thefestivities
festivities tetllto thut will wi be b hold hfld there thf on June JunII June JuneI Juneii
II I the anniversary annhtlar of o the murder of o King KlniAlexander King KingAlexander
Alexander end nd Queen Draga The Te ntii ntiident stl etildents
dent corps cr8 will make a great grt domonstra domonatratlon domonstralon domonstration
tlon lon The officers otc > r of the Belgrade garri garrison gari garisn garnison i
son sn will wi give a big ball bal and there ther will w b bfetea b be befetes
fetes tC In the Ile other garrison garison towns townsThe tows towsTle townsThe
The Tle friends of the murdered murered King ant antQueen and andQuen andQueen 1
Queen Quen will wi attend a requlemservlce requlemservlceDUChESS requlem rculem service serviceDUCHESS enic enicDlIf1
DUCHESS DlIf1 SUES SfE FOR Ol DIVORCE DIVORCEShe DnORCEIhe
She Ihe Was aa Miss 11 Helen leltl Morton Daughter Uaulhterofthe a aUie oh ohthe
the exGovernor uoornor or New 11 Yorjc YorjcSptctal lor lorSpecfaJ or or8pta
Sptctal 8pta Cable Detpatth Dupaltl la TH TUI SUN SUNPARIS SUNPARJS SunPARIS
PARIS Juno 6 eThe The Duchess Duohe de Va Valencay Valencywho Valencay
lencay lencywho who was Miss Mi Helen Heln Morton Mortondaughter Morn Morndughtr Mortondaughter
daughter dughtr of LevI Lvi P Morton of New Yorkis York York1Is
is suing 8ung for a divorce dhor in the French courts courtsThe court courtsThe
The Dukes mother has U asked tha Pops Fopito Pop Popsto
to annul the marriage larrlage on the ground that thait tht thtIt thatIt
it It ha 1 been bn without wihout Issue iue The Duke Dk is I i iscion a aII0n ascion
scion II0n of the t e princely princly house hous of Talleyrand TalleyrandBegan TniloyrandSagan TaUeynd TaUeyndSn
Began BeganJEWEL Sn SnJEWEl SaganJEWEl1
JEWEL ROBBERY nOIRI AT TIlE FAIR FAIRCap FAIRCaP FAIRCape
Cap CaP Runlet Rubl Worth WorU BlOOO 0 Stolen Stolfn FromIthO From Fromthe Fom Fomthe
IthO the German GeDan Colonial Exhibition ExhibitionST Exibiton ExibitonST
ST Louts LUI8 Juno 6 GJewels Jewels worth 11000 11000were 110 110were 1000 1000were
were stolen from rom the German Gern Colonial Colonialexhibition Coloual Coloualehibion Colonialexhibition
exhibition ehibion of tho Palace of Agriculture ASrlcultu at atUia atUle atthe
the worlds worldl fair some time on Sunday SundayThoro Sundy SundyThoro SundayThere
Thoro IH I no clue cue to the robbers and a re reward r rwan noward ¬
ward wan of 1200 1 200 has hs been bn offered otrer by the Ger German Oerman German ¬
man Imperial Imprl Commissioner Comml8loner for the th return returnof retu retuur returnof
of the jewel or the arrest nrt of the thieves thievesThere thees theesThero thievesThere
There were fifteen ffeen pieces pie In all al and only onlyone onlyODe onlyone
one was left ler behind behid The missing mll Jewelryonlts jewelryconsists jewelry jewelryconsists
consists onlts entirely entrely of o MCpo Cape rubies rbl or Afri African Africn African ¬
can cn garnets garets which are ar found in Gerraai GerraaiEast Oa OaEt wna wnaEast
occurred whettha when whentho whet whebthe
Et East Africa Arc The robbery robbry our
the building buldlng won cloned clonedNEW clO clONlf closedNZJ
Nlf NEW HOME I OE FOR fi VANDERBILT VANDERBILTHechwldt VANPEIfHILTIRegliraids ANOIJR lTr lTrhld
Hechwldt Philadelphia Friends Hay H HJU lie lieThere
hld Pladp flen le leJ
JU J 52ol i There t jive UvePflltAPBUTtiA1 Uvo UvoP jivePfluravzuitxA
PflltAPBUTtiA1 P Jiine 41iI Reginald Van Vanderbilt Vadeblt Vanderbilt
derbilt deblt iLDJLlW his hl friends trl nW say lay ay Is ORinc seriously o thtnkin thtnkinof thinking thinkingof
of oforIn coming to t Philadelphia Philelpha to live IVB until untl th thagitation te the theagitation I Iagitton
agitation agitton over over tho tb thotlan6eld Canflold n ld case eueblcl blows over overenabling OTeri OTerielblng overenablIng
enabling elblng him to t return rbiI to New Ne York To Today To Today
day ha h Inspected lnpted the new le1 BellevueStratford BellevueStratfordand DUevuetatord DUevuetatordan
and he has h also ao been bn Inquiring about abu pthei ptheifashionable ptberfashionable lhe
fashionable an lohlonble apartments aaitnt Ho has taken takenrooms takenrooms takenrooms
rooms at the Bellevue Bleve indefinitely indefinitelyMABRIED Inefnitly Inefnitly1ARRlD indefinitelyhARRIED
hARRIED 1ARRlD BY PROXY PROXYrldn PROXYDrlde PROXYBride
Bride rldn In Htrv IIn Ilvtns n Wrd C M J Mia In Texas Tn In InM a a4rf atyei
M tyei 4rf vrl MannerHoUiv Manner MannerHOUSTON IannrHo
HOUSTON Ho HoUiv ir Tex June une e 6Edelmore Bdelmore Eelmor Scott Scottf Stt Sttof Scottof
of f tfcW tldl nw city ct and a a woman Womn In Havana HaTDa Cuba Cubarere Cb Cobswore
wore Wer married yesterday yterday by proxy prox A friend friendf frien
mre him in intavana InHavan InhavanA
of f the th bridegroom begroom represented repreented ht
Havan havanA going through throgh the marriage mrge care cerejony cre cremoY1ih caremOny
moY1ih jony with the bride hridt and an a young woman womanf womanof omn omno
of f this tbl city ciy represented rplnted the Cuban CubanThere Cban CbanTr CubanThere
o of ofridenmalda ofbrid8mlds ofbridesmaida
There Tr were tIle tie usual participants prtclpnls
brid8mlds ridenmalda and best men at each eh ceremony ceremonyhe ceremonyrho cremony cremonyh
rho he h bridegroom bregm was Wa formerly forerly stationed statoned in inlavana I Inifavana
lavana iava and an acquaintance auaintance begun begn then thenIpened the theripene thenripened
ripene ripened into a matrimonial alliance alUnoo after afterr afterHr afterMr
Hr r Scott settled tted In Houston HoustonHi Houstonnla HoustonLIA
Stt
Hi nla LIA duties dutl prevented prevent his going for Ms Mslanoee hSs hSsiano4e h hfano
fano lanoee and her parent prent objected o eted to her hercaving herleavinl herleaving
caving home without WIthot being bing married mared The Thelovel TheDOel Theoel
DOel lovel recourse re ourse rWu was decided d deupon upon and andar andarr ar artnged a aranged
r ranged in detail deti by mail mi Mrs Scott Bott U Uiow I isow
no iow en route rt to t this city oltyTKS cityURS citylIES
lIES I STRAUS nRAS OPERATED OPERATEl ON ONK OJ OJP ONtsr
P tsr K Wllllsm 1llal TBnll T I1 Makes kN a Hurried Uorlf Trip TripU TIp TIpI Tripto
U I raberon lllbftonNtUre RbonNaturef Nature at f Ailment Aimet Not Known KnownELBKRON ItuewnLnltItoN Kne
ELBKRON ELlRN LnltItoN N J June CMr 6Mrs Mrs Isldor Isldortraus Ildor laidoritraus
Siru traus of New York Yrk underwent underent a serious seriousDeration serou serouprUon seriousportion
portion prUon late lal tonight at atber her summer summerome Bummerhome summerrnme
home ome on Ocean Oean avenue avelue Dr William Wiia T Tlull Tuli
111 lull who performed the operation opmton arrived arrivedera arved arvedbf
prore
bf era at 931 13 oclock this evening The Thoin Te Tern Theun
made in hour hournd bourand hourLad
rn un in from frm Jersey Jery City Ciy was M one
and nd ten t n minute minuteMr minll minutesMrs i
Mr Straus Strus has been ben In poor pr health healh for foryam torImt forsnno
Imt yam time tme The nature of her ailment ailmentonld aiment aimentcald ailmentunld I
cald onld not not be learned lered tonight tonightREIGHT tont tontFREIGHT tonightPREIOHT
FREIGHT CARSWRECK CARS JnECK WRECK A BIDE BIDEtnernre BRIDGE BRIDGEtractive BRIDGEItructure
tractive tnernre and It Iti I Burden Dadm Pall Fi Into a River RiverNone KlnrSoe RiverNone
None Soe Hurt HurtWILKE8BAHRK lot lotWJLEaURR HurtWrursenanme
WILKE8BAHRK WJLEaURR Pa June 6 eA A peculiar peculiarooWent peculiarLooldent
aent ooWent wrecked wked the big Iron bridge plar plaraent of ofhe ofth ofhe
th he Lehlgh Lhllh Valley Yaley Railroad Rlroad at Towanda Towandaoday Towandatoay Towandacday
toay oday and the bridge span spn and five fiverelght fve fvetrelcht livereight
relght cars crs went into IntI the river riverA rlerA riverA
A fast fat eastbound freight fright was wa crossing crossinghe orongthe
he bridge brg when a flange fnge on one of the oars oarsirak 0 carsrmk
br irak The cars cr jumped Jump the th track trk were wereitirled wer weretuned
huled tuned with th great force against the span pn of ofhe ofthe ofhe
the he bridge bdge and g wrecked wrecke it and the struct structire 8trct 8trctu structIt
u It ire and five nv can cr went into the th river riverThe rhrTe riverThe
The Te trainmen trinen were on other parts pars of the therain thetrain therain
rain and an none nonlW was iivlnred iivlnredfAS ii lJur lJurJ inred inredrAs
J fAS A CIMTHED CIOTIEl FOR AltCTIC tCTW COLD COLDleal COIDIIfat COLDlest
IIfat lest Prtvci Prn Pr es Toe Much Itlu h for a Man Who bo Wore WoreFew WoreFoa WoreVow
Few Foa Coat oa and Other ohe Things ThlngtPatrolman ThingsPatrolman lnp lnpPatrolm
Patrolman Patrolm Albrocht of the Jamaica Jamc pre preInct pr proilirot
clot Inct found a man m at Franklin Frankln and ad Fulton Fultonreels Fltn Fltntrt Fultontreets
reels trt Jamaica Jac early lost lat evening enlgappar enlgappareUr appar apparnUy appasitly
eUr nUy unconscious unconsciou from the heat and had hodIm hadhi hadurn
hi urn Im removed Imond to t the Jamaica Jamic Hospital Hospitalhere Hospltl HospltlThm Hospitalb
Thm here b re it i was 1 M found that thatbidc besides the over overoat OVfr OVfrt overoat
oat t which tho man m wore ha aha al o had b on onhree onthr onbree
thr hree ordinary orlnory undercoats undert and ad hU hL leg were werewathed won wonawathe werewathed
awathe wathed in bandages bndlge for varicose va oIn veins veinsHe veinsHe
He revived rvlv long enough eough under undr treatment treatmntt
t 3 say sy he wan M William Wiim iafs L 35 3 yeans aN oldfof old
4 90 West Wet Fiftythird FUtytr street Manhattan He Hei HeI
I I i in a serious lerlol condition conditionLatest condiIon condiIon1tllt conditionLatest
Latest 1tllt Marine Ialnt Intelligence IntelligenceArrived Intclttnet IntclttnetArrd IntellIgenceArrived
Arrived Arrd S ye a Allezhcny Alezben Klns Ilnlo Hinrelon ion June I 1LOOK IlnOK ILoOP
LOOK 20 HAVEn PAED EVrnV YEAR YEARlife YEARa EAR EARCn
Cn a life Ite isp insurance cost cal R nASacCD A Suscea Ui WDw l3 Dwtr NT NYI NYt Y Yisp
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JAPS FIGHT FIHTTHEIRWAYRORtH FIHTTHEIRWAYRORtHKlliHN FIGHTTHEIRWAY THEIRWAYNORffl THEIRWAYNORfflKVKOKIS I NO11 NO11KUIrOh I
KVKOKIS KlliHN KUIrOh IS lfWr lIY HAS IUfRESUME IUfRESUMEITS RESUMED RESUMEDITS
ITS ADVANCE ADVANCERnttlani ADYANOERuRlan ADVANCERussians
Russians RuRlan Report Rflprt a Victory In I One Oneof of the theDilly lie lieDally Ie IeDlr
Dally Dlr Engagement EnaajemfntRumor Humor of 0 a Loss LOMor LM LMof Lossof
of Four Fea Japanese apnnl Ship Sbpa at Port Ptbu PtbuLnd PortArthue PortArthueLand Arthur ArthurLand
Land Lnd Force Advancing Adanolnrone on the Fortress PrtrrtAlong Fetrm FetrmAlnne FortressAlong
Along Both Coasts COlt or oftbe the Pentninia PentniniaSfttlal I Peninasla3pctat Ia Iaptfl
Sfttlal ptfl Cable Dnpttclm Dpolcl it 1 Tn T Soil SoilLONDON s SdieLONDON
LONDON loN DN June JuneA 7 7A A despatch dephto to t tte tteTelegraph s sTelegraph eTelegrph
Telegraph Telegrph from Shongtaitse say 1 that tht heavy heavyartillery hey heyartier heyyartillery
artillery artier firing was wlher heard this morning momnll In Inthe tnthe
the direction diretion of Tahwan east eltof eaatof of Liaoyang LiaoyangNatives LlaoyangNatives IIY IIYNatve
Natives Natve report that tho Japanese Japne Tint rlritArmy Jt TintArmy
Army Any la advancing adaclng and fighting fghtlgda01 fghtlgda01Hundr dally dallyHundred dillyHundreds
Hundred Hundr of o Russian RU8lan wounded are arearvlr arearvlrat arriving arrivingat
at Tashlchao TashlchaoA Tahlchao TahlchaoA
A despatch from St Petersburg Petelll 1g8 1g8that says saysthat saga sagathat
that Oen Kouropatkln KOlropotkin has h now been bn re reenforocd joenforced J Jenfor
enforced enfor by 48000 80 of o the FourthSiberian FourthSiberianArmy FouSJrn FouSJrnAry Fourth SIberian SIberianArmy
Army Ary Corps Cor bringing the total totl available availableforce avali availableforce tle tleforco
force at LlaoyanR Llaoynnj tipto 200000 20 men menTIENTSIN monoTnN8JN monTJVITMIN
TIENTSIN TnN8JN June 6The The Russian have haveevacuated haveevacuated heevacuated
evacuated Sinmlntlng western wltrn Manchuria Manchuriaand
and are said sid to ho joining the troops trOp en enroute enroute enroute
route to f Mukden Heavy Ieavyfrine Heavyfiringwasheara Heavyfiringwashearaat firing was Wa heard heardat herd herdat
at Klnchau this morning The TeJapnM9 Japanese Japanesemovements Japanesemovements
mOlement movements are unknown unknow here hereKOUBOPATKIN hereKOUROPATKINIRPnT8 hereKouEoPATKINB5PORTa
KOUBOPATKIN KOUROPATKINIRPnT8 KouEoPATKINB5PORTa RXFORT8 A VICTOIlf VICTOIlfSr vIcToIt vIcToItSr JCoat
Sr PETEBBUURO PETBRBUtnO June 8 6Gen Gen Hcuro Hcuropatkln KourDpatkln
patkln ptkin telegraphs the Czar CzarOn Czr CzrOn CzarOn
On Juno 3 i Cossacks Cosacks were weref fired on on by byJapanese byJapnl byJapaneee
Japanese infantry occupying a fortified fortifiedposition fortifiedpositIon
Japnl intlntr ocoupyngafor e
position plton on the heights height near n r Kuotelaputoe Kuotelaputoethirteen Kuotolpt Kuotelaputsethirteen
thirteen thirten miles mUe west wet of Fengwangoheng FengwangohengThe Fenganlohng FenganlohngThe
The Japanese Japane attempted atempted to advance advanoui0 advanoui0the across acrossthe solos solosthe
the valley of tho Koaullndzykho Ioulntzykho but butltpp were weretopped werestopped
topped ltpp by the accurate fire fr of our field fel guns gunswhich cn cnWhich gunswhich
which Hio tle Cossacks 8acks succeeded suced in placing placingIn p1l f fin
In position positionThe po positionThe l ion ionMThe
The Cossack B dismounted and with withthe withthe
ClSoks rlsmount wtb wtbtbe
the aid of reenforcementa and the fire frsfrm frsfrmtwo from fromtwo fretstwo
two guns gns forced forc the Japanese Japllelo to t abandon abandontheir abandontheir abandontheir
their position pollto and fall fal back bak under und cover coverof ooverof ooyerof
of their supports The engagement engngemei lasted lastedfrom Jutedfrom lutedfrom
from 1 to toSPM toSPMOn fl P PM PMn M MOn
On n the Japanese Japane side six companies ompanletk ompanletkpar took tookpart tookpart
part par in the fusillade tU81ade four companies having havingarrived hvin hvinarrived havingarrived
arrived as a rfenforoemonU rEnormonts The entrench entrenchments e1rch e1rchments enirenchmeats ¬
ments on tho enemys eneys positions pitons were well wellconstructed wel woliconstructed
constructed onatroted and wore carefully and perfectly perfectly1masked perfectlymasked et etmsked
masked msked Our cavalry avalr and guns worked workedadmirably work workadmlmbly workedadmirably
admirably Tholr T eir fire fre contributed cntrbute prln prlnrcipally prlnopnly prlnolpaily
cipally opnly to t our success successOur successOur os osOur
Our losses 1 were the gallant galat Cossack CossacUChief C CossackChIef
Chief Cief Strokoff Stro killed kied and two officers and andeleven andeleven arideleven
eleven Cossacks Cks wounded wounde The TheJaple Japanese Japaneselosses Japaneselosses
losses 10 wore not ascertained artined definitely defitly butthey but butthey butthey
they were large largeKOimOPATKlN hugeKOUPATDN largeKOUIiOPATAIN
KOimOPATKlN KOUPATDN MOVES SOCTtf SOCTtfA e eA SOUT SOUTA
A telegram legam from frotone one ofthe oft foreign iorelallih iorelallihtr mili military mliitar7 ¬
tary tr attaches atthl with with the Russian RlYa army an anuoimces annowloce
uoimces 10UO that ttOenKouPtl Gen Kouropatkin i5d d i hl hltal b his hiset4
et4 tal went wet today ty by railway rwyt to apoJnr apoJnrb > pGtar pGtarbetwen pf
betwen b t Haloheag B l and Taschlchao Talhlt Talhltera sitt sittversti tty ttyv
v versti era rM south luth of Iiaoyant IiaoyantAnother L8y Loyng4z2otrerJIPaneeesriny
Another 4z2otrerJIPaneeesriny no er Japanese ea army Is II laarflngon lsIbtOntbe lsIbtOntbecut the theeast i iet
east et coast cosstotthe t of ofteLloiut the Llaotung peninssla isbisul with withthe withthe It
the view leW to t counteracting oountrirR a Russian ad advance a I Ivance ¬
vance vanotrom from Tashlchao Tashlcho on Gen OeOluar Okus rear rearCossacks reIn reInCoseacks
Cossacks are keeping In touch with the theJapaneno theJapanese
Ckl a t t
Japanese Ja ne outposts outpts while whie another force forceIn for
Is watching watchig Gen Kurokta Kukls rightwhig rghtwit to tothe t tthe
the north of the Yalu Yau River RiverThe Rve RveTe RiverThe
The Te health healt of the troop trp i I Is everywhere everywhereremarkable O everywhereremarkable here herermarkble
remarkable rmarkble This ThJ U I believed beUev to t be b due dueto dueto dueto
to the Russian RU1n diet which whi oonsbU onlt princi principally pr prinolpally l lpaly ¬
pally paly of o bread brd made mde of coarse ce10u flour and ad soup aoupof IUp IUpof soupof
of meat and vegetables vegetble Ordinary Ordla water wateris waiexis Wat
is seldom if i ever drunk drunkSeveral d drunkSeveral
Several Severl of the attaches attacb s have been b aj ajlowed aJloe a alowed
loe lowed to go southward soutwan Soma Sme expect ut utjoin tV tVjoin t tjoin
join the Cossacks C ll who are a in touch with Wit th thlapanese tn tnJape tbJapanese
Jape Japanese outposts outptnorth north of KlnoaaUv KlnoaaUvC2AB KInOhaUcian Klno
C2AB CZB CULLS CL MOBC MOBI TROOPS TROOPSThe 71OP TaooesThe
The Czar Cz has b ha issued 1e an edict for the themobilization t tmobiiton themobilization
mobiiton mobilization of th t the First Flnt Army Ar Corp COr part partof p partof
of which 1hlO is I stationed ttloe here be Gen Melndorf Melndorfrommands Melndorfcommands Meldor Meldorcmmds
cmmds commands the corps corpsLACING corpsPLACING
or orPIACI1G
PIACI1G LACING OF RUSSIAN lUSSlN TBOOProkle TBOOP TROP TROPTCido TEOOP5FokleJ4rn
TCido FokleJ4rn rokle Je rni m or a Large La Pores o fltatlraed fltatlraedatHaloheng ItU ItUa tt1OeedatHaloheiig
atHaloheng atHalohengsptctal a atHaloheiigspf a8C a8CSPdCaCf
sptctal SPdCaCf spf CM Deipaldtla DepcI Pesm to Tap T 9nr 9nrTOKIO S 5evToMb
ToMb TOIIO June June6To 6 0To To distract dltrt the te aten atenion atf atondon
ton ion of the Japanese Jaane First Firt Army Ayunder AyunderGen under underJon
Gen 10 Jon Kurokl a large lre Russian Bu1 forhu forhubfn force has hasteen haseen
bfn teen concentrated cncntrt at Anshantlen Anshte and andlolcheng andUlchen endilaicheng
Ulchen lolcheng covering over tho Motioning Moteiinc pass passmother pl passtnotber
Aother mother force tor of 90000 20 has ha been be placed placedt p1
at it t Langtzshan Lgehan on the Liaoyang Laya road r and andM000 d
100 0000 between betwen Tueaantan Tetan and TakoreU TakoreUThe Taorel TakorelThe
The garrison garn of Liaoyang Llya consists OnsJ tOt ctf tiro tirollvlsions tolivisions
llvlsions of infantry Inatr and 3000 30 CoMacks CoMacksrlth CI Coesacksrith
rlth seventy guns g The town tw is being beingicavlly bt beingieavily
heaviy icavlly fortified fortifiedJAP torfed torfedJAr t tJAP
JAP SHIPS SIIPS REPORTED REPITED REPORTED SUNK SUNKtnstlan SUNRleaden UNI UNIROlian
ROlian leaden Fleet Fft Said to Have u1e Made Mae a Sortie SortieFrom SortieFrom e eFom
From Fom Port Prt Arthur Arthursptctnl Arthurspeccal AUa AUaSplca
sptctnl Splca Cow Diipotciui Dlp to 1 Tom T San SanLIAOTANO SI S SLuoThNo
LIAOTANO June J une fl III 6It It la I persistently persistentlysported pelllittiy pelllittiyrprted persistentlysported
here that the Russian made
rprted sported Ru1 m a aucceeaful auoful aucceesful
ucceeaful uoful naval sortie srtie from Port Por Arthur Arthurin Arh r ron
on in Saturday Stury and sank s four fou Japanese JapOuhlp ship shipatching hipsniching
catching them unawares unawaresCIIKFOO unwa unawaresCiiaroo
CIIKFOO CIEP June B eRusla 1Russian Russian account aowta of ofho orthe ofho
the ho reported rpor sinking siking of a a Japanese Jap8O T1 T1I vessel vesseln
I n Tallenwon TaUenwa Bay Ey vary var It is i I believed believedhat believe believedhat
hat the vessel vesse e that wa WU sunk aunl wa wa a inn innhantman me mechtman men menliantinan
chtman chtmanLNDN hantman hantmanLONDOK liantinanLoMDo1
LONDOK LNDN June 7 7A A despatch dlpath to ttbe ttbeStandar the thelan theilandard
Standar ilandard lan < iard from St Petersburg Petrbu says that thatI tht thtIt
It I U I believed beleved that tht the te Port Arthur Arthurtill Arur fleet fleetrill t twi
wi rill probably make mae a determined detenle ert ertsortly orUhortly orU ortehortly
sortly hortly certainly crtily before the land attack attackRUSSIA attackregina t
begins beginsRLS4U reginaRUSSIA
RUSSIA RLS4U LOSES A GUNBOAT GUNBOATtie
tie e Gllrak GIak Blown Dlow Up at the Entrance Etue to toPort toIort
Port Irt Arthur ArthurSpfrial Artba ArthurSptCMZ
Spfrial Sprca c Cob Cabi N Deipatchti Dupac to 1 Tire T Stnjr StnjrTOEIO S SsvToaro
TOEIO June luneeThe fl IITe The fifth frth destroyer destroyerfioUlla destroyerfioUllarhlleofflortArthuronSaturday detye flotilla flotillarhile fotl
whie rhlleofflortArthuronSaturday rhile off Port Portrthur Arthur1 on Saturday Stury witnessed witoeMedlie t
the lie destruction detreUon of the Russian R gunboat cbt Oil Gllak OUyak 5 5ak
yak ak Presumably J > rumabl she se was Wi struck to by b a Jap Japnese Japaneo Japnese
aneo nese torpedo toro Another Anotblr Russian Ru lan gunboat gunboatnd gnboat gnboatand
and nd several 8erl destroyers dct < yers and mining mnlq launches launchesed tct
fe ed Into the inner harbor Jlabr when the te Oilyak Oilyakras Ouak OuakWD
WD ras sunk sunkCnrroo BunkCIEJ sunkCIIEFOO
Cnrroo CIEJ Juno a 1 6A A Chinese junk Juk he heaimed he healmedotr heaImed
almedotr aimed off Port Arthur last lt Friday Frtdy and andaturday a andktturriay
St aturday u did not hear the explosion Oxpl0lon in hrart inart II II10rt
10rt art Arthur that were reported to t have havecen hae haveeen
bn cen heard hlard on on Friday Fridy The proar pa personrol personrolho o I Ilie Itho
tho lie Junk hoard h r desultory dultor firing frln on o Satur Saturay Stur Sturday Saturlay
day lay ay morning moring They saw sw five tn Japaucaa Japaucaae Japalc3A
s
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