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YOU imNO 288 1 NEWYQRKiTJJESD NEW YORK TUESDAY Y JUNE UN < l 14 19O4CovvrfDM 9Q onrl MI 004 bvTASwnPrNtngadPIIbIfifrt7MiOcI4SOfl fAi JiIPcr OIl 60 I1A I4U PRICE > TWO CENTS
WOMAN SUESM 6UG6ENHEIH GUGGENBEllsill 6UG6ENHEIHSHE
SHE CANT iXT air GI T EASYMONEY tjy ioVEYOUT ioVEYOUTOJ OUT OUTOf OUTOF
Of ME SAYS HE HEBhe If 1iLhe E Ehe
Bhe he Ask for a Quick Trial al Lest ileDie ileDieCourt He 1e Die DieCourt
4 Court Hules RultShe 8he Mutt Take Tak the theOunce tII tIIueeShe thscIiuceShc
Ounce cIiuceShc ueeShe She Ha Haa > He Promised Promlltdt PromlltdtIarr PromisedIarry j jHarry
Harry Her and an JSIIe sue WanU Wan S100 IOO IOOA lOOOOe lOOOOeA 00 00t
t A Fult to got 100000 damages for breachof breach breachof
of promUo promi o of marriage has boon beonbrougli beonbrougliagainst brought broughtagainst broughagainst
against Meye Guggenheim head beadotthe beadotthemoiling of the theHmclting themeIthg
moiling firm of M GuggenholtnV Sons Sonsaudn Sonsand Boneand
audn and n benefactor of Mount o nt Sinai BlllalHoitplf41 BlllalHoitplf41by Hospital Hospitalby Hopthdby
by Hannah McNamora McNallUU8l1boubvhornnothlng McNallUU8l1boubvhornnothlngRt about whom nothing nothingBt
Bt prevont pre Ont > Is h known but her hernlirno namo Ifevy IfevyUngor 161k iv ivUngor
k Ungor are tho lawyers who bring theIult the themilt thesuIt
milt for the woman Justice Clarke In Inthe ltho intim
the tim Supremo Court yestorday denied their theirapplication theirRpplicntion theirtppllcatlon
application U W > advance thesuit th sult totho t thovr thovrferred the pre preferrcd preforred
ferrcd calondarfortrialontho calcndartortrlal calendarfort ial on U ttioplea oplethat plea thatthe thatthedefendant that the tbedefndant thedefcndant
defendant may not live long enough to toenable toenablo toenablo
enablo the plaintiff to o got gotiat at him hlmlegl111y hlmlegl111yMr legally legallyMr
Mr Guggenheim Is la76 70 years qld AU Allthat AUthnt AUthat
that her lawyers would wo ldMY day ay about the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman yesterday y was that she ho is about
00 years old that she first mqt Mr Oug OugRonhcim Gugonbelm Ouggonliehu
Ronhcim onbelm In PhiladelphIa and that during duringtheir duringtheir duringtIeir
their acquaintance both b lh had passed under undertlie undcrthe underthe
the name Meyer MeyerShe McerShe Moyer8he
She cant get ge easy money out of me Is Iswhat Iswhat Iswhat
what Mr Guggenheim said saidIn snldIn saidin
In her complaint tho plaintiff says that thatuntil thatun thatuntil
until un III this year ear she has been Incon In constant constantintimate con8tautintImate tnu t tIntimate
intimate association with lthMr Mr Guggenheim Guggenheimfor Gug enheim enheimf
for f r more than twentyfive years eam She Sheallege Sbenllegc BlieaIlege
allege 4 that he promised 10 to marry her herabout herabout herabout
about March 20 1000 l000nnd and that t t they agreed agreedto
to marry on April 1 1 the next year Before Beforethat Beforthat Beforethat
that day came around nr und the complainant complainantcontinues complainantcontinuos complainantcontinuce
continues the defendant defondlutbecarno became ill and andtho MdIho andtho
tho mart go was postponed > but anagree anagreement anugrrement anugrecment ¬
ment wan reached by which the marriage marriagewas
was to take place on April 1 1003 Then ThenMr Thenfr ThenMr
Mr fr Guggenheim refused refu e1 to marry the theplaintiff theplaintiff theplaintiff
plaintiff although tho mid plaintiff was wasthen WMthen wa wathen
then ready and willing and confiding confidingin
in tho defendants promise prom e has always alwayssince 111ayflnoe njwnysince
since remained and now Is li ready and andwilling nndwilling andwilling
willing to marry defendant defendantThe defendantThe defendantThe
The reason given In the papers by the thewoman thewoman lie liewoman
woman and her lawyers for wonting wllntlngtbo wllntlngtbocase the thecase thecase
case put on the preferred calendar Is that thatshe batshe lat latahe
she believes it would not be reached for fortrial fortrial fortrial
trial In the ordinary course for two years yearsund yearsand eartl eartland
and by reason of the tJ epoor poor physical condi condition cornUon condition ¬
tion on of thedefendant and nd the distress of ofmind ofmind ofndnd
mind which his treatment treatme tof of her 18 ii na he heelated hestated hestated
stated to her horbnsoccaslonedhlm has occasioned bun she shedoes shedeS shelQee
does not believe that tba ho will 11 live vo the two twoyearsrequkod t twoyeGrsqu o oYe
yearsrequkod Ye yeGrsqu > rsrequred Hod to bring the case cueto to trial trialEdgar tr1111Edgar trialEdgar
Edgar M Loventrtt Loventrlttot of Nathan Loven Loventrltt Loventrltt Loventrit
trltt tc Perham counsel coun el for Mr Guggsn Guggsnlieim Guggenheim Qugenhelm
helm In an a amdavlt amdl1v opposing OP po lng the applica application appllcotlon application ¬
tion said that the thej Jwcndant djondant ndant is and had been beenIn beenIn beenIn
In tho ho best of health he l since the action had hadbeen hiidbeen hadbeen
been begun gUri AU that Mr MrLeentrltt Leventritt would wouldsay would88y wouldBay
say further about the suit yesterday was wasthat WI8that wa wathat
that the allegations allegatlon9lnlt allcgatlonatnltwareuntrue InIt were untrue Mr MrGuggenheim MrGp Mrlggenhe1m
Guggenheim Gp himself hlm etr < who whole Is in Long Branch Branchspending IJranchpending liranchpending
pending tho summer Rummer at t his hl daughters daughterscottage dau dauhtorscottage hters hterscottage
cottage emphatically denied all the alle allepatlons alletlona nilegattons
patlons tlona JHla HIssln Jun eon Daniel here re in New New1yorksaidha NewYork ew ewrOrk
yorksaidha rOrk York ld1hehad dhehad had nererheard ntyeibeardnamed ofa woman womannhraed w man maneitaInly
named < McNftrnnra HQNamnlll i iNtcertalnlydenr
l Ntcertalnlydenr Oe tAfnJy d deny ntl the e charges said lIaldMr lIaldMrllilfeobo Mr MrGuggenbiHm MrI
I GuggenbiHm llilfeobo The i Ida of my ypromls promtawg promtawgU 1 1tItmarir
f U tItmarir tniury marry thU tblsonumsaidlouloUII thlswoman woman is ridloulouH Not Note NotaUVinllIOUl Noteliving a aliving
living UVinllIOUl soul ever everwmelVith RAW AWmeWtth mo rrlth her herMr herMr herMr
Mr Guggenheim G admitted admlttcdthnt that be knew knewtho lIne1ftho knewthe
tho woman by sight She brought a similar similarsuit IIlmUril similarsuit
il suit lt when han ho lay ill ilIthioo three years age he ii said saidbut salltbut nal4but
but the court Courtwouldnt wouldnt accept her com complaint complaint cornplnlnt
plaint He laughed at attlie11cn the th Idea that he b was wasIn 1n1 1n1In waIn
I II
In poor p or health healthI
I never felt belter said he I havent haventgot lumntgot haventgot
got an ache aohenor nor a pain But Dutshe she cant get getoasymoney getiasymoney
oasymoney 1161 money out of me m e I never received a aloiter alolter aloiter
loiter from the woman and have never been beenin beenIn beenin
in her company companyWhen cOmpony cOmponyWhen companyThen
When he was WI8II11I asked if the woman ever everlived everlived
lived 11 1 In Long LongBrancb Branch horeplied horepliedIf he replied repliedIr
If she Iheoer over llyedliereI l1vld llyedliere llelol I never nev r knew knewit knewitIr it itMr 1LMr
Mr Ir Guggenheim Guggenhehnbas luw been a widowerfor widowerforMWOII widower for fornveJi r rWCllytl1l1
MWOII WCllytl1l1 years Ho luis seven sons and two twoUughterR twotI1UhlCnI twoiiinighters
UughterR Sirs Albert Loch and Mm Mmt
t oni nolhSchlldWho1fOSUmllerln HothSchlld who tire summering at atHollywood atIlollywooll
Hollywood Of tho souDaniel soJU sqpiDantel Dnlel Simon SimonBoloinon fjlmoniHololllon Simonholomon
Boloinon and Benjamin Guggenheim arc aretilso arcaho arcabo
tilso numbered numbl ed among anion the Long Branch Branchcottagers Branchottagers h hCotIaICII
cottagers Isaac and Murray Guggenheim Guggenheimare
are In Europe and William Guggenheim Guggenheimin
in In this I city cityMeyer cityIoer c4tyMeyer
Meyer Ioer Guggenheim came to this country countryfrom oountryfrom countryfrom
from Swlteorlandosa Switzerland ae a young man and about aboutU abouttwent bout bouttwentYIsis
U twentYIsis twent mil yslx years ago invested lnrcsted in na a Colorado ColoradoKindling Colo ColoradoineIting o ot
Kindling t IDCll ng venture which earned enormous enormousprofits enortholrfit ne oJS oJSro
profits ro III Five of his sons arc aronowdlrectors aronowdlrectorsof now directors directorsof
of the American Smelting and anJRefinb Refining JleflningCompany RefiningCompany g gCompany
Company CompanyTho
Tho father gave IO large hugelI1lms sums toward the thewcctlon th thrCcllon therrctinn
wcctlon of tim now Mount Sinai Hospital HospitalOUR HOlpl a1 a1Oil
OUR Oil gift of tZOOUOO 200000w8R OOOOO was In memory of his hiswifo his1ir hisii
wifo 1ir Ho ii organized the mass Imeetlngln ImeetlnglnlIrnettle meeting in inOirncslo InCarnegie
Carnegie Hall nll at the thetlmo time of the Kishlneff KishlneffmaHHacrcH Klsblncffmal Kishineffinaici
maHHacrcH mal inaici erCH crc at whiph wh cb Oro Grover ver Cleveland spoke epokorot spokoNll1iOnD spokeIPOISOJLD
rot Nll1iOnD SOX ED JtY STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIESSrrrrtr
I
Srrrrtr > to Coninlate of ofElIIdorDead ofElIIdorDeadolllan Eenador Dead DeadWoman DeadWowait
Woman olllan Jade Veryill VeryillIranclRoo VerIliFraneIca 1111 1111lralld
IranclRoo lralld oo MornSUva lforaBUv 37 37yeara 7 years old the thewerotBry tlleNerttnry tha14cretnry
werotBry of the Consulate of Ecuador in inthis Inhl inthis
this city died early ycstorday morning morningIn
in In Roosevelt Hospital from ptomaine polson polsoniB poisonIflg
iB MoraSilva and his wife lfn lived at Mrs MrsiSliarps MrllSharplI MrsSharps
Sharps Warding boardlntdouse douse at at115 315 West Forty Fortyeighth FortYi Fortyeighth
eighth Rtrfict On OnBundn Sunday night they theywent theywent theywent
went to a restaurant near Broadway Drolldwilyand DrolldwilyandYurIYllCOnd and andFortrfcond andFurtyscond
Fortrfcond street The secretary ate atefreely a afrOtI atefreiy
freely frOtI of strawberries and cream and Ilndtook Ilndtookme took tookwme tookme
wme me home to Mrs Sharp SharpIB
Mrs IB MoraSilva didnt cat any of the
fruit At 3 oclock in tho thomornln thernorning morning she was wasawakened waS wa
awakened by her husbands 1I groanH About
the uh g same mn time it won discovered < l that thatMrIl thatMrIlarp Mrs MrsnT5M
RhaTj nT5M arp wall HM BllIOllwTcring Buffering great pain pl n and
Dr J Jh hT T C ODonahuo of 336 West Forty
eighth It t h ftr lreet et was wM M summoned Ho Hofound HofoundlrllHiIB found foundthat
Moraj1va lrllHiIB In such Q eorloUilcondltion serious condition
that nn ambulance was I8tlummorK11 summoned from fromMrs fromelt from800Ferelt
800Ferelt elt Hospital The ecr secretary was
lak taien n there but died wltbout rcg regaining 1inlng
OnCfoun CmcIouness M MI MMr8
Mrs hharj remained rem lncd at h homo me and wa was
f I treat rented r > alro by II Dr cXDonahue It was saldat saldatl
the hOIL liouc last night that her condition conditionF
F I RIgrlUy l greatly mprood improooCUP improvedCLIP mproodCUP
CUP FOil ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTIVMlrtrnt RO ROOSEVELTPreSident SE ELT ELTrrldlnt
PreSident of National Nationaillclluetunband Rchuetwnbnnd eb etzenbund FIre Flmt FIreat
at t Target In HU tIa Name Namerrtldcnt Name1CIIdcnt NamePrcjident
rrtldcnt Henry U Dry Kroeger Kr r of the National Nationalunietzenbund Natfonalk
k fdlllplzenlJundot unietzenbund of America which whlohJahold whlohJaholdIg Is hold holdK
iiy Ig K its fourth annual annunl8hooURefeAtlvnl shooting festival at atyesterday
lichuelwn 1Uetn > Park Union HiUN fill N J sent the
f fOllcJwlng iIJlng drlpl1tolt t Preerdent hoosevft vlt
yesterday f6tfrdIlY afternoon afternoonr
1119dor h < dor r RCOu flcoeeU 5MVettipr eU Pruldmt feh o oj O jeU he United Jted ted
Sllllfll Sa taIeq n nIU1InqlonD < uMnqton D O Orourth OI d d4ourth
4ourth I Fourth national shooting shooting fcstiTal offtr offtII bffl
of C r II I y oeflned opej ed First throo 5oU ahota on n target r tr trh
h honor IOnor n fired red 18 Pf cutOtnAry omary In tho namp nam mq of oft
lr President ldent of the United d 8tatel by me mefoil
foil foilr r 6b7 C7 rinllli lng Festival IIUver oupjri oupjriII cup cupI
ow °
by
owrYutJlrrellll epres Hearty oonaratu1
II I 011H rYutJlrrellll FepUvaj R 11 t success
About 1000 09 rsvlal ylsited t1 the Afk t k
Thl Thlero
ero CTOWLhVeltihooUrgQfl fa IivelT dllereai
hootlnc on the di rset rsetI
atitols dl1rinlthe attem9 n nI
I I
THEIR THEIllLJIVESIJAV LIVE SAVEDBY ED BY IYA A A NEGRO NEGROlie iBG1l0lIestC1JJPed rnonolie
lie lIestC1JJPed Stopped the leluaar Runaway < Team of f lien G lieners Senserai n ne
serai e ers landJtlnDuckb landJtlnDuckbL and Mrs Mr Buckm BuckmLmnsvaut JUek e eLouzsyILL
Lmnsvaut L UI8VlLLBKyJun Ky June is fThe Tho Tho lives of ofJflencral of9eneral f
Jflencral and Mrs MrsBlmon Simon Bolivar B UvarJJuokner UvarJJuoknerweroprob Buckner Buckneriron uoknerero
iron weroprob ero probably bly saved av this afternoon by btho the
bravery bra very of a negro who saw their theirment predica predicament I Iment ¬
ment and rushing ruablI1lJntothe8treet8topp Into the street stopped stoppedtheir utopdtheir < i ithOJ
their runaway team te The Tb Thefonner former fannerLtou loou looutenantQencral
Je tenantQencral teu ntGen ral rl of the th Confederacy Corif deraoy iho who Is lanow Isnow isnow
now 83 3 years old had keendriving he ben n driving with ltb
Mrs YrsIBuokner Buckner Thfe Th Th1teath team became frightened frightenedanU trghteneda
and a nil thenegro the nogradrl negro driver drlv v raa was unable unablOtOoOntiol unablOtOoOntiolthotrantio to control controlthe oontrottho
the thotrantio frantic horses as astbei they turned t m rapidly
Jntocrowded Into crowded Jefferson street from First Firststreet Firitstreet t ti
i street streetJim streetJim streetJim
Jim Clay Claya a negrowho nelrohewu wupasalnghur wupasalnghurned was passing lugbui lugbuirledinto hur hurried ¬
ned rledinto into thestreet and grabbed gr bbedthebi the bit of ofone of ofone ofone
one of ortbo the horses bringing them to a stand standstlll standstill landstUlandfallng
stlll stUlandfallng and faCIng under them themJti8t Just as theycr48bedlnto they theycrashedlnto theycrashedlnto
crashedlnto a cabbageladen oabbag ladentruok truck Ho
had been be dragged nearly nCRrlyabundredfeet nCRrlyabundredfeetanda a hundred feet feetand feetnndsbii1y
and anda nndsbii1y wasrbftdly bDdly bruised cdTbe Thetrap Thetrapcraahcd Thetrapcraahcdinto rap crashed crashedinto cr48hedInto
into a load of CVtelll1eloDS watermelons piled on the thesidewalkbreaking thesldewnlkbrenklng thesidewalk
sidewalkbreaking sidewalk breaking nearly all allot of them themThe themTho themThe
The venerable Gen Buckner extricated extricatedhimself extrio extricatedhimself ted tedhimself
himself from the wreckage and then assist assisting a8I lst lstIngMra aa1sting ¬
ing IngMra Mrs Bucknor to her feet calmly c 1inly asked askedthe ukedho askedthe
the ho owner own r of tho thomelon melons what hatdl damage Ilagehe Ilageheowed he heowed hoowed
owed him Mrs MrsBucknerat Buckner at Uiesame the same time timeputting ti ne1putting tiineputting
putting twoflve two five dollar bills Into the hand banl10f banl10fthe of ofthe ofthe
the negro who had hadatopped stopped the runaway runaway
Ho was as not much hurt hurtNEW burthlm hurtNED
NEW BOARDER AXDJEWELSdONE AXDJEWELSdONEIlls AfDJ1JJEI S ClONE ClONEHIs lONEnI
Ills nI First Mcht IIht at attheflouse the Home Cost Htm IIImSO IIImSOllnel SO SOand SOand
and Produced S3ftOO S3ftOOk S2OOtall
1 k tall welldressed wolld ssed 8ed young man went to toMm toM toMiS
Mm M Andersons boarding house at 18 lfest lfestFortYllxth 1B4est 1B4estFortysixth Vest VestFortysixth
Fortysixth street etr t lost Ilt night and engaged engage a aroom aroom aroom
advance adranooOn adnnc room on the fourth fourt floor foor He paid pd tu u In Inadranoo Inadnnc inadvance
On the third floor foorof of the house Mrs W W WScott WScott WScott
Scott of Watertown N Y Yhl has occupied occupieda Oupied Oupieda
a room 10m for the last lst week Mrs Mra Scott Sottwaa Sottwaato was wasto wasto
to go home on 01 an 11 1 oclock oolo train from the theGrand theOrad theGrand
Grand Orad Control Centrl depot dept She had packed pake her hergrip hergp hergrip
grip and In II It had put her Iierjewel jewel box contain containing contln contlnlng containlug ¬
gp lug jewelry Jewelr valued at 3500 3500She 3QQShe GO
She had ld dinner dlnneriand and at 1030 103 went up to toher toher toher
her room rm for the thE grip It I was WI there but buthad buth buthod
had h d been bn opened opne and the jewel jeelbx box was wasgone wa wasgone
gone goneMrs goneMrs goneMrs
Mrs Scott S O t called cle Mrs Anderson Andern and andhercries andbercrles andher
hercries her cries broughtall brughta the other boarders brers in inthe inthe inthe
the house bo to her room rm It was Bon soon dto dtocovered dis discovered discovered ¬
covered that the boarder had
new brder disap disappeared dlp disappeared ¬
peared pearedMrs pr I IMrs IMrs
Mrs Scott Stt and Mrs Zlr Anderson An rn called cle a acab a acab
cab and drove dro to the East Et Fiftyfirst Fity rt street streetstation atrt atrtIItaHon streetstation
station where whr they the reported reprted the tbe robbery robberyto robbr
to Sergt SrgtBinshm Blngham All Al that tltMr Mrs Anderson Andersoncould Andersoncould ndern nderncould
could nay RY of the thief was wa that he didnt didntlook dldntlok didntlook
look lok like 1m a thief tJeC She described dorib him as a a ahandsome ahandsomo ahandsomo
handsomo young young man manSAY IJan IJanSAY manSAY I
SAY WOMAN W 1UN DWINDLED lWINflLED JFNDLED MANY MANYJllsj MANY3iLss 14Nr 14NrIi
Jllsj Ii Lunn Lnn U I Charged Calc With 11 Having luls Secured Sreutd SreutdIO SecuredJO000on
10006 IO JO000on on Farced FeJe Note NoteEIXJIN NOIe NOIeEvnN NotesEtolN
EIXJIN EvnN Ill I June 13 131 13MIss Miss Martha Marha Lunn Lunnof LunnoC Lunnof
of oC this city cty who escaped arres al on onl the thecharge be becharge
charge phargoC of embezzlement omozenen ep two months ago ogothrough 0 agothrough
through t lh the thern4ncn kjhdnces 4ncn of friends and andlncfit J bZ bZurrnd1iigto yt ytsurrend
surrend lncfit urrnd1iigto fihK to her J tkep rvl vicUmaall victims t lp al all of ofhel ober tQI her prop r propr propTbiaftctjapi prp pcoptkep
ohthge otfor t ry ryTitlfi ryThisact
Tbiaftctjapi Thisact g or is the th fiulmlnatlcm t nof of f one of ofthe oftemtrJ ofthe
tI n on
the Titlfi most remarkable b ef financial nck1 o andbuslnesr andbuslnesrcareers abnsecaroera
dbus dbuscrl
temtrJ careers crl ever veC er brought tuhtt ought to t the attention t of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the county Olty authorities author IIn In Iz Apttl h in this thisyear tbiiyear hi
year Miss Elizabeth Lunn sister APr l tr of tb tbprisoner the thefrisoner h hj
prisoner j ner was wnsJound found to wbadefaultr be boa a defaulter from tron froma
1 n womans w club of this tcllY thl city in I the sum 1lof of or3tXMh
1s
13000 10 Per sister siter Martha Matha was M known lnowit to tobe tobejLn
DJ bejLn be An accomplice accompliceThe acmplce acmplceh
The h affair afair was Wi settled etled when whe O P Lord Lordcame Ir Lordcame
came clm to the rescue IOO of the club with a check checkfor chek chekfor cheekfor
for 11000 110 1000 and the two two sifters slteB and their teir aged agedfather aR agedfather
father fatbe surrendered sllrronder a 0 deed ded to the house housead houseadlot bouseand bouseandlot and andlot
lot which they owned ownedSince OWMdSince ownedSince
Since these theo facts fate were w re made tade public publo and andthe andtbe andthe
the retail store stre hi I Elgin Egln was 148 abandoned abandonedI abandoned8r abandonedacoree
I scoros 8r of ofcretn creditors have been ben found loundboth loundbothI both bothIn botbIn
In I Elgin Elglnnnd and surrounding suudig towns tvns Martha MarthaLunn MarthaLunn
Lunn scattered satter notes nteupn noteeup upon n which were wer the thesignatures thesignatur thesignatures
signatures signatur of her or father B E Limn L and andW andW andv
W v W Teal a relative relatve It is estimated estimatedtoday etiatd etiatdtody estimatedtoclay
today tody that ltlbe the claimson claison these th notes nte will willaggregate wmagrat wiilaggregate
aggregate agrat 110000 110000It 1100 10000It
It was 11 her hclnetbodlo method to watch watchtbe the columns columnsof clumn clumnof
of the paporsand paporsandnote note deaths dethwbero whero con considerable cn cnslderabl conslderabl ¬
slderabl ennui BuR were wer left lef to widows She Shevisited 8hevlt Shevisited
visited vlt < the bereaved berve homos lelrrpr later repre represented reproseated ¬
seated sent that tht she had h an excellent excelent invest investment invNtment investmont ¬
ment it It is alleged aUeg and usually iy secured securedfrom securedfrom ur
from 100 10 to II 4IOonthesnt 4IOonthesntTAKE 10000n 000 on these thesonotcs thesonotcsTAKE notes notesTAKE
TAKE THE 11 RAllIES n DESOCHUnCII TO CHURCH CHURCHNursery CHURChuraery
Nursery uraery Provided JOldtor Provldedrorthe for the t e Benefit D el f an anOrangeCornrrtatlon a anOrange
OrangeCornrrtatlon OrangeCornrrtatlonCHANGE OranscullrJaUoD Orange ongregatIon ongregatIonOnoa
CHANGE OnNoEN N J June J elSTh IS 13The The members membersof membr
of the congregation congo gt Ion of ofthe the teoran Orange ge Metho Methodist M Mothodiet etho ¬
dist Church of which the Rev Frank FrankMacDanlel Fn FrankMacDaniel
MacDanlel MnDanelJptr Is pastor can cn go go to church chur h now nowwithout no nowlteut nowwithout
without wlteut worrying woring about the th baby bby Mr MrMooDanlcl MrMoDanlel MiMaoDauleI
MooDanlcl MoDanlel and Mm I8 Thomas ToI A Edison Edisonwife Elon Elonwie Edisonwile
wife wie of the inventor Inventr nl have hve solved Ilved th te the prob problem prob problem ¬
lem Hereafter Ierotr the th babies bbie will 11 be brought broughtto broughtt
to t church churoan and left in arodoDtr a room downstairs downstairsin
in the care of volunteer voluntnW nurses nursesMany nurs nursMany
Many t c members membr of the te church have hve been beenprevented bn bnpvonto beenprcvontedfromattendingBcause
prevented prcvontedfromattendingBcause Jromattndlnl from attending Du Because it would wouldnever wouldnever aud audneor
pvonto never do to t leave levot the children cbldren at home homealone homealone homeyalone
alone neor Instances IItnc are a recorded ronle of men mn who whothrough whothrough ho hothrough
through through tho week wekwere were Mo t busy buyo or too tootired t tootired
tired to t prepare the babys bbY1I milk mik and andho andhohave who whohave whohave
have tre been preJ n seized lebo with Uh a sudden enthusiasm enthusiasmabout onthu enthusiasmabout
about D ooclockeachSundaymornlng oclockeachSunday oclock eSuna morning mrning tostay tlty tltyat tbstayat tostayat
at home and nurse nue the te baby Those Tbmn Tbmnhavo men rnonhavo menhave
havo been bn missed ml by the th regular regla church churchgoer ohuh ohuhgOI churchgoers ¬
goer gOI and when hen the reason ron for their ab absence ab absenco ¬
sence InCWR8x1no was explained plans pl were d1e discussed discussedfor
for ameliorating amelor tlng their teir condition conditionMrs conditon conditonMr conditionMrs
Mrs Mr Edison on conceived oonclv the Idea Ide of the te tenu thenursery I Inursery
El
nursery The Thayoung young youg women woen of the church churchvolunteered chuob chuobvoluntre churchvolunteered
volunteered nu to look lok after aftr the detailsof detlw oHh the theplan Lbsplan
plan voluntre Sots Staor of blocks blOk Indetollbl Indestructible te pict picture pictirp ¬
plct plctu
ure u books bok and other things tgwhlc which delight delightthe deJlghttho de1gbtthe
the infant Inant mind oter were werpurohuArom werpurohuAromdontalr purchased A room roomdownstairs roomdownatairshas
downstairs dontalr downatairshas lisa ha been bnftd bcenfiUod fitted up The Te scheme schemela ebeme ebemewokln
with of ofsucceed otSUc ofsuccess
la working wokln < finely fnely aver ey prospect propt
succeed succeedBRtffDLE SUc SUclR1NDLE successRIUNDLE
BRtffDLE lR1NDLE COW COWIIOLDS OJ 101JDS HOLDS UP AUTOS AUTOSStrayed AUrOSStrrr AUTOSStrsed
Strayed Strrr From Fom Home Sotiewheee eh where e and Occupied OccupiedLafayette oaplt OccupiedLafset
Lafayette Lafset et Bnlerard BnlerardA
Lfat aer
A stujnpy horned ho ed brindle brndle cow owwltb with an anfovli anevil n
fovli 01 evil disposition d pltoJ caused cualot a lot of 01 o commotion commotionon comoton comotonon
on Lafayette Iaytt Boulevard Bulovanl yesterday etery after afternoon atlArnOl afternoon ¬
noon nOl It I held the middle mlddk of the th road rd for forhalf torh forhalf
half h an hour causing oaug auto a drivers drve and horse horsemen hor boeemen ¬
men o use U violent V11entlng language languageBrlndlo hnguageflrIId1O
Brlndlo nrd1 t seemed a et to have an anungaverblo anungaverblodlUe ungovernable ungovernabledislike ungovernabledislike
dislike dlUe for automobiles taraltmoble and charged chr several severalhead Ivetl Ivetlhead seeiaibead
head dow down and andblowl bellowing Bike Dlo Cop Cp CpneyM CopOOd CopOOdny O6d O6dney
ney neyM 6f the W West t 152d lG2dtrt gtreet treet elation tlttonand tlttonandoun and and1Mounted andMounted
Mounted oun Policeman Poloemn Cavanaugh C vauch corralled corralledtho orle corralledthe
the thvcow cow and took tk it to t the thestUon station house housedrank hou housewhere
whr where the i cops copshealth mllt mIUCeCIIt imt nM night aQ aQdn sod soddrank
drank its health healthDKWETS healthA Cp
dn A bT boy It oe cano ht htt t to tOplc thopolico iltin statkn and Ild said saidte
te 0 oov hd had tlt strayed frmWlkofld froznWekofled at actoss actossthe
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STORY OF 01 A DISAGREEABLE IISAfiRBE BLE SUIt SURPRIS SUl SUItPRISEFOR
PRIS PRISEFOR rOR DAVIDS WIFE WIFEIt WIFEI
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I It RelateThat Rflat s Tt That When Wen8eTctc She Tested Her Itr ItrIIOocUe
5110000 110000 IIOocUe Collection tiiit UDnteDiamond UDnteDiamond8tet Uen the Diamond DiamondStoBwchtr DiamondStoieh
StoBwchtr 8tet er wa uPC Priced Pr at auiia N15 and a dt dt8IOAett the tlie90tOOO theS29OOO
90tOOO 8IOAett Amethytt Necklace NeclatI at 150 150W12flo BO BOWhile IOWhUe
While David Davd Rothschild RtchUd to trying ng to o learn learnhow learnhow
how howtnke to tornake moke mt mate In Sing Sing SllgPrnth SllgPrnthout Prison Frisonwith Frisonwithout wlth wlthlouti
louti out spoiling spolhthe the shape sp of his h finger fr nails noilshis 1 nailshis
his b wifa wIfQand and his bl immediate imolA immodlatefrtends friends trnd aretry aretrying are tl try trylag
lag Il to tfnd find out whathe whth what he didwith dlwlt did with ialhe ialhemonoytce all the themoneythat themoney
moneythat monoytce money thatcame came his hi way Wy while Whe he hew4 was waspresident wasprea1den
president prident of f the te FederalBank Feerl Jn and the man manwho mn mnwhotn manvho
who turned the screw Irewin in that nowfamous nowfamoususuryahop now famous famousueuryshop
whotn t
usuryahop Ulahoplh the Globe Glob Securities Bu Ue Company Cor CompanyAt ny nyAt
At the time tmo of his hi arrest art It Itw was said sldththe sldththeh that ho hohad hohad
had h spent snt at least 116060 S16O 10000 on jewelry Jewol for forhis torbl forhis
his bl bad wife e Mrs Rothschild Rot hld thought tbought ho hohod bobd hobad
bd
hodAnybody Anybody Anyby with an idea Ide of turning tuing the theJewels tbeJew thejewel
Jewels Jew l Into cash ch will wi get a disagreeable dg ablo sur surprise surpr aurpilse ¬
prise pr from frm a story ltry now told tld by a friend trend of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Rothschilds Rtbhlds family fa0iy According Aocorlng to tothis t tothis
this thi friend after aftr Rothschild RotJld had b gone gOD to toSing toSinK toSing
Sing Sing Sll Mrs Mrsflothschltd rs Rothschild otbld concluded cncluded that thathed tt tt1e thatshed
shed 1e d better btter find fd out Just jutwh what she had In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the way of quick assets aSlu She bad a Ward Wardrobe wr wardrobe ¬
robe rob the value Tllue of which whlchlhe she knewbpcause knewbpcauseshe knowbus knew because becauseshe
she ehebersel herself had ordered ordf it i Then there therewas thereWI therewas
was WI an automobile automobie or two but she sle wasnt wasntcertain wsnt wsntcrtlnwhtb wasntcortainwhother
crtlnwhtb cortainwhother certain whether r they thy belonged to tho estate estateof etto ettoor estateof
of her hE husband huebnd or to the automobile autmoblo dealer dealerWalter dealorItr dealerWAlter
Walter Itr Stearns Btor Stearns Stnrn8 didnt appear apper Ito Itohaeany to tohave tohare
have haeany any doubt doubtAll doubtAn doubtAll
All those th things were wer of trivial trlvll value valuehowever vllu vlluhowvor valuelioevor
however howvor Mrs Rothschild R hJld thought com compared comprd cornpared ¬
pared prd with her collection ololon ofJewels of of jeweb Her Herhusband Herhusbnd Eerhusband
husband husbnd had told her they could culd be sold soldat soldat soldat
at any ay tune tie for at least let 1150000 l 50 There Therewas Ther Therewas
was a superb suprb stomacher stmacher and a gorgeous gorgeoustiara gorgeul gorgeoustiara
tiara tlm to say 8Y nothing netln of necklaces noklc ef f pearls pearlsand prl pearlsand
and diamonds dl m ndarng rings of ofrll rubles and sapphires sapphiresbrooches Rpphlr sapphiresbrnoc1ies
brooches bloochea and nd earrings orrlnge and lockets locket and andstick andsie andstick
stick sie pins pij and then there was that sting stingof string stringof
of well wel nigh priceless prlcle harmonized hannonlzdame hannonlzdamethyts ame amethysts ainethysts ¬
thysts thystsRothschild thyts thysts9iothechild
thytsRthhld Rothschild Rthhld didnt leave leve his wife with withany wil withany
any too trnuchrdy much ready money mony Mid the thofriend tbofriend thefriend
friend of her family tlnly yesterday yestory HO 1 j she sheconsulted shoconult sheconsulted
consulted conult her father a afew few days dys ago about aboutthe aboutthbt aboutthe
the thbt best way wyt to realize rlie on on her Jewels The Theold Thooldgerte Theold
old oldgerte gentleman n is pretty prty wise wl and more moreover mo moever moreever ¬
ever had hld had some so e experience exprenoo with David Davidthat Dvid Dvidthtantaa Davidthat
that thtantaa wasnt as inexpensive inxpnlve as a it might mght have havobeen MVObn havebeen
been bn So S ho said sid to his hi daughter daughterIf daugher daugherI daughterifyou
If I ifyou you yu wantto wanttofind ant to find fnd out lust uat what wlt that thatstuff tlt tltstuff thatstuff
stuff is I worth orth take tke takett it to t sotrte sme broker that thatnever tootneer thatnever
never had even even a remote rmot connection onnolon with withthe withthe withthe
the Globe 91 bBurity Security Company Cmpny and youll youllfind youUfind youllfind
find out Just jut how ho much cash it would not notyou notou notyou
you ou if Uyou you had hd to t sell sl it quick In the theJewelry thejewelry thejewelry
Jewelry line lne quick assets Et mean nen a pawn pawnbrokers pwn pwnbrkerl pawnbrokers ¬
brokers brkerl valuation valuationSo aluaton aluatonSo
So Mrs Mr Rothschild Rtchld got all al her Jewels Jewelstogether jewel jewelstogether
together tgter ono ono day and ad took them down downto
to Simpsons SlmPonl She showed 1 ed tho stomacher stomacherfirst stmober stmoberfrst stomacherfIrst
first frst She told how much Dave said sad it itwet i ict itccOL
wet wetYour ct Your husband huband must muthvo have been bn beena acome acomeonsaidthe a cm come comeon
onsaidthe onllt on said the man i behind bhd the touotr counter counterTne unter unter117rs
i 117rs stage dIauonds OIvO I i SU SUIorit I Iatt
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Iorit att > I 1jw 1jwIlls
1 Ills 1 t tiara tie rwh which hIoost cost Ot thougands thocac thocaccrg thO Sand ac according c cing ¬
cording crg ing tA t t Rothschild U bdi was not roqu quite as asvaluable a asvaluabl
valuable Vuble as a the stomacher Finally they theyoametto they05W5to
t stlr F1yti F1ytiQo
oametto Qo the string strng of o amethysts amethystsTneseI atht amethystsTheseI
TneseI l know knowar are extremely etrmely valuable valukblosold vaulo vauloB valuablesaid
sold B Mrs Mn Rothschild Rthd Roth hUcb Her H r husband bubd had hodbrought ha hadbroughtthem
brought brht broughtthem them home to tohpronnghttd tohpronnghttdtm toherone her one night tossed tOKHodthem tossedthem
them tm Into mtoher her lap Ilp and said ldTeres Theres a alittle u alittle
little UtUeprnt present for you u Mv MO dar dear thoe those are areall area areall
all a selected Nlt stones stone each eh ono of a peculiar peculiarand pouUr peoullarand
and ndrare rare ancient aclnt cut It I took tk One man mantwentythree ma1 mantwentythree
twentythree twentythr yearsto y years t to make me that tt string 8trg and andit ad adIt andit
it cost Ct me t0Mr 20000 Mrs Rothschild Rtohld told toldhim tld tldb toldhim
him b he must mut be b crazy czy to t spend spnd so much muchmdney mucbn muchmeney
mdney n neT as a that tt for fora a string strg of amthyBts amthyBtsbut amtYt
but he replied rpli My dear theres ters nothing nothingtoo notng notngtoo
too good goo for you I want Wat you yu to have the thebest thebt thebeet
best bestdWell bt btWen beetdWeli
dWell Wen when she showed sbowe the thetring string of ofamethysts ofamethysts
amethysts alt to the pawnbroker pwnbrker the thepan thepanIrkor pawniroker pawn pawnbroker ¬
broker Irkor said saidI Sid Sida
a I I think tnk we might give you IUO 150 for It Itbut Itbut
but I wouldnt wouldt be b very keen ken on the bargain bargainall brga
all a that thatV ti tbaLt tbaLttrTiiat
V rTt trTiiat That was 18 too t much for Mrs Mr Rothschild RothschildShe Rtcld RothschildShe
She s 0 just Jlt packed up her jewels Jewel and went wenthome wenthome
home Sho has h found roundtt that ao she is i worth worthi worthJltabout worthjust
i just Jltabout about 113 1300 instead It of Clioo 150000 or ormore ormor ormore
more mor And now she and others oter are r wonder wondertag wonder wonderbig
tag Igwht what Rothschild Rtchld did cd with wit his moneyACCUSED money moneyACCUSED moneyACCUSED
ACCUSED OF 01 DEALING l IN STOCKS STOCKSTwo SlOC SlOCT STOCKSTwo
Two T Methodist Melbot Preacher Pree iri of Delaware DelawareMay DlareMayD DelawareMay
May MayD Be Callwlto Cltt Account AccountWHMINOTON Acount AcountWUMIOTN AeooufltWIIMINOTON
WUMIOTN WHMINOTON Del Dt June Jun 13Member 13Memberof 13 Members Membersof fembel
of the te Wlnntr Wiii Wilmington ington District Olstrot Methodist MethodistPreachers Methot MethotPrecors MethodatPreachers
Preachers Precors Association A8oton Assoclatlonspent spent several vonl hours hoursin
in conference cnerenc today Ioday considering conldoruth6c the cases casesof casesof
of theRev te Rv Wilbur Wibur F J Corkran Crkran and the theRev thoHy theRev
Rev Hy Charles Cale S Baker Bker Il er who are a charged chargedwith chrc chargedwith
with wlb dealing d ng In stocks Itk1he The entire entrequl ques question queeIon ¬
Ion tonwaa was referred reCer to t Presiding Pridin Elder Eder A S SMowbrmy SMobry SMowbrsy
Mowbrmy Mobry who ho will wl act scion on hisreturn his rturn to the thedty thocUr thecity
cUr and decide dede whether wh therto to appoint a acommittee aolt acommittee
committee olt to tolnvetgat investigate the te charges chargesDr cMrge
Dr DCkran Corkran Is btlll itl ttli connected cetd comnect d with wih b bcnterenc hs hsconference 4 4conference
conference cnterenc but is stationed attonei la Bethlehem BethlehemPa Bthleh m mpl
Pa pl DrBaker D Dr Bker Baker Is the te pastor pator of otAbul Asbury AsburyMethodist AsburyMethodist
Methodist Methoit Episcopal Eppl Church Cub in i this thf olty cityBoth oltyBt OltyBoth
Both Bt were teto present pret at the meeting metig They Theycontend Ty Tyctd Theycontend
contend ctd that tht they tey did nothing notlngontrr contrary contrarytb
tb tothen the rules of oftheChurh the Church The Te meeting meetingwas motmg motmgw meetingwaS
was w waS secret lretand and none noe of those thoprnrwol present presentwozld presentwozldtailc would wouldtalk
talk tl except excpt In the incs most mot general gellhvay gellhvayVCrmnwa generalway generalwayAe way wayAs
As Dr VCrmnwa Corkran was leaving lovi the t th church churchho our churchhO
ho h was wa mt met by b Deputy DtjBeriCaros DeputySberilf2iarlcs Sheriff Oiarics Bow Bowersr Bowera 10 10erwhosvo
ersr erwhosvo era who served a sumnlons a mDin in the Uoc case casebrought caseirought
brought Iruhtlathl against Him In I the te State Sttor courts oourteby courtsb
by b2U b Zell A Moroerot Merret the to Baltimore Bltr brokers brokerswho brker brekereiyho
who h allege alh lo that tat the to doctor doowrowesUeu owes them a aba ab abnce
ba b bnce nco nC of ofnut7 about 3700 for money mneydu du4 due on onstock ontc onetodc
stock transactions transactionsTHE transactionsTHE
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THE OOELETJfHELEfi OOELETWIELENJrEDDINi OOELETWIELENJrEDDINiTrCeRtlf1 WEDDIXd WEDDIXdThree IrEDDINGThree
TrCeRtlf1 Three Hthemrfali Held Htd Vciterday ctrd csterdM1u csterdM1uSeleveII MUt MUtlUotevelt M Me
lUotevelt e t one oorUe of the Bridesmaid DrldctroaldiPniLADBipnu Drltmad BridesmaidPIIILADCLPflIA
PniLADBipnu PILPBLPru June Jue1Thr MS iLThree Three rehear reheosals rehe rehearsei >
sals swcr sei were held heldtoaT today by bytbc the patties i con concorned conCre concorned
corned Cre In the tboGoletWheJenwodl GoeletWhelen wedding woddlngBUhop weddingBishop g gBlap
Bishop Blap MoVlckar MoVickarof of Rhode Roe Island Isld was watbo watboonly the theonlyone theoniyone
onlyone only ono who wh didnt dldntpaiclptoi dldntpaiclptoiM participate participateMiss
Miss M Alice Alic Roosevelt Roveltono ono of the tlo ho brides bridesmiidB brc bridesthalda
miidB rvetb arrived this afternoon afteoon at alst St Marys Marysoame MarysCburol
Curh Cburol i in Waro Wayne 10 The rl rest oflho of ho Ml plry plryce party partycame
came ce trailing trlgal along ng afterward ateran Miss MissWbelen l lWhee MissWholes
Wholes Whee didnt have her veil vel with wlb her but butall butaltb6brderll butall
all altb6brderll the bridesmaids carried cie the pink para parasols paresole ¬
sols w they will wi use u at a the tow wedding weddingLohengrin < dg pra praw
Wn When tey they swl swung up the ale aisle t to the theLoheng theLohengrin
Lohengrin wedding edi march mh all altebrt the brides bridesmaids bridesmaids ¬
mdo maids Loheng tapped the tbeIoor floor Ir with wit their thir parasols parasolsIn
In n time lim Upp to t the music mUloi These T taps t were 1er p very veryaudible ver veryaudible
audible aItl Ita Cupid drums d said one oneof ODI oneof
of the bridesmaids brmld Cpd Thats Ths one oneotEll of ofElsla ofElslaldes Elsies ElsiesIdeM
ide IdeM Mrs Craig BIddle Bidde who wholmtron wholmtronof Is matron mntronof matronof
of honor had ha Ci trouble with wit her pnraaol pnraaolShe pwasoIShe
She didnt ddtknow didntknow know what wht to do with it 1rI 1rIRhe It will willbe willbe
be b monT laid ld In I the th thoohancel chancel ohcl rail aiI U > during uC the core ceremony cr corewonT w ¬
Afterthe Aftr After the weddingMJM weding wedding M MJss Roosevelt Rviltvil Eoceev lt will willgo wiligotoHyde
gotoHyde go toHyde Park N Yi Y to t be bridesmaid bridesmaidat
at Roosevelt JtBrPark the yelt Wdie wedding of beroln her cousin MlBel Miss II else elseRoosevelt
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FAIRBANKS AIRDANK TOLDWOapRUWWO TOLDWOapRUWWOHe QL OLD > WOOREJNO WOOREJNOHe oOl Ffi t tHelat
He Helat TTanU to tl Be DeFrro Free Feo to toTake Take Tkelr PrMldeatlal PrMldeatlalNomination rresldeatleNomination deUa deUaNomtonNetTm
Nomination NomtonNetTm Next Time a aFtn Friend Fr1endas Fr1endasInrnsrarozae Bay BayINDJINAPOUB 8 8N
INDJINAPOUB N IAPL8 June 13rIf 1Utbeml the mission mlsslonof lon lonofeLetooyWooruto
of ofeLetooyWooruto exLleutOoy Woodruffof Kew NQ York YorkIn Yarkn Yorkin
In n Indianapolis IdPli indlanapollewas was a to t got a definite dellA promise promisefrom promisefrom
from rmSeatr Senator Fairbanks falrba8 that tat he woul woulpt woulacoept < i iacoept
acoept pt the theVI VlcePrceldoritlaJ p I l nommatlon nommatlonIt nomlnatpnit n nIt
It resulted r etiltdln ltl ln failure faurforJbe for the Senate Senatqrab Senatqrablutely a ra ralutl abso absolutely ¬
lutely lutl declined ue to tobeaodldat be a pandldato He Hereiterated Horltt Hereiterated
t
reiterated rltt what beh he has said 8doIITI saidLn1ay to imany In InIndlana InIndiana
Indiana zdaad and elsewhere elwhore that he le would wol wou1 not notseek notBk notseek
seek Bk oooond undpl place on onthe the ticket tokt Jor nor would wouldho wold woldbOatoro wouldho
ho bOatoro authorize bfr hlafrionds hia frionds dtKT to say that hewoldacept he hewould hewould
would woldacept accept th the nominationif nominaton I it were weretenderod waretendered
tendered tnder to him himHe himHe himHe
He declared dolar that thaUle he hod hnnever never Bald ldhe ldhewauld he hewould hewould
would acceptand a accept pt andtlt azidthat that tie1 ehnolntten ehnolnttenot ohea has no Intention Intentionof
of doing doin BO IO for there therearo aromany are my many able alle men menwho menwho
who wlo would like lke to tobava have the t1e nomination nominationand nominaton nominatonnnd nominatiOnand
and hedld not want wat to be in Inthe the way 11Tof 11Tofany of ofany ofany
any aspirant oplnt for it itMr ItMr itMr
Mr Woodruffs Woodrs visit TIlt has h led to t the state statement stte sttemont statemeat ¬
mont bya friend fredof friendot of theSenator thoSn tr to the te effect effectthat effot effottt effectthat
that tt Fairbanks Fabks would have bo signified sied his hlawillingness hiswillingness
willingness wligeto to take tae second tl nd place plac if i the thePresident thePrldet thePresident
President Prldet had bd declared dolard hi his position pllon in re respect r rspt roapect ¬
spect spt to the Presidency Prldoncy four years year hence henceIt benc
It I is I said sId that Mr Fairbanks FalrbnnkwMtt wonts to bo bofree befree
free four years yeandrom from now to become bome a acandidate acdldt acandidate
candidate cdldt for the Pridency Presidency but if I he hewO hewOelotd wore woreelected wereelected
elected elotd on the to ticket tcket with wit Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltand ROOve Rooseveltand t tand
and tho tht latter lattr shouldwant a renomlnation renomlnationhe rnomiaton rnomiatonhe
he would be b handicapped hdicapp by his hlpln place and andput andput andput
put at a greater grtr disadvantage dlsadvantgo than if I he hewere ie iewere hewere
were a Senator SenatorUXIQUE Senatr SenatrUNIQUE SenatorUNIQUL
UXIQUE UNIQUE WAY JA OFGETTISO OIOEfTIO A MEAL MEALA 11 L LA
A Hungry Innlry Russian RUIIan Fires Frr a Pistol P1CO1 In Phila Philadelphia Pla PladelphlUntU Philedeiphia ¬
delphia delphlUntU Until Arrested ArrettedPmUADRLFUiA Atted AttedPutD ArrestedPUIIADELPHIA
PmUADRLFUiA PutD LP U June un Uno 13 1Wlthout I Without food foodfor foodfor
for four days dys Peter Reddish Rdh a Russian Russianof Rln Rlnof
of sea 0 Deloncey Dleey street strt adopted adopte a uniqueJan unique uniquemeans uniqueinsane
means Jan of getting sttng a square Iqu meal tonight tonightTho tonightTo tonightThe
The To army ary of shop employees omployonthelr on their way wayhome waybome wayborne
home tonight tnight were worestarled werestarted startled to hear a pistol pistolshot pltol pltolshot pistolshot
shot at Eleventh Elov nth and Chestnut Cetnutstrl streets A Aman Amn Aman
man mn stood stoo on th th3 sidewalk sldeval hear nsr near Keiths KeithsTheatre KeltbsToatre KeithsTheatre
Theatre Toatre flourishing o rhhiga a revolver rvolver AU was waaexcitement wasexcitement
excitement ectement and a little ltte girl leaving the thetheatrv thetheatrwlth thetheatre
theatre theatrwlth with her mother fell fel gr in a swoon swooni swoonA swoonAyoung
i A young young woman woman vo rushed rhe from frm a n drug dr store storeSnap storeSnap tro troSnp
Snap Snp went the to little ltte black bag bagsbo she Carried CarriedThen carred carredTIea darriedThen
Then TIea the barrel barrl of Or11 a jewelled pistol pistolwwi pistolwwithreat was wasthrust
thrust under the mans mns nose March Marchsaid Mllrchsld Marchsaid
te n
said sld abe shoand and he marched mnrchol straight striht into Int the thearms theamlS thearms
arms of Policeman Polcman Drudlng Jrdln Somebody Somebodyasked Someoy Homebodyasked I
asked I8ke the o young youn woman about her re revolver rev revolver ¬
volver volverOh v volverOh ler lerOh
Oh I always carry carr that she laughed laughedI IJughe
I live lve In the suburbs and one ole never ncwerknowl ncwerknowlwhon knows knowswhen knowswhon
whon one Is going to tobe be hold bod up Besides Besidesshe Besldeashe lde
she added ade hailing haing a passing p lnoar our li I comes comesIn cme comesin
In handy ba ytar for occasions olloMlkc like this thisI t Is IsI
I wanted wante to get arrested atOt the prisoner prisonersaid pr prisonersaid nlr nlrMid
said I would ould not no hove haveburt hurt urtinyon any anyone one but butlwant
1 lwant wanted rantedrneal omeall omeallJltsort ameni I Ii
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hued Btrt I tFltsA1i PI Ft t Af t OnljTAne ntecfhlv ntecfhlvBu1 of Twelve fTwlyeflailes TwelveV
V Bnllc flailes Hits lltltll Is Mark MarkRicuiiOND MarIL MarILI1ICfliONDJtUiIi
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RicuiiOND RICUONDJWd I1ICfliONDJtUiIi Bu1 Jiind 13 13Adel lA Aduel dtiel that thtrl recaJUthe recaJU redaUsthe
the old olddYof daysof the theSottl thoSouth South took place pl on onSunday 01 enSunday I ISundYnt
Sunday SundYnt afternoon ooal In Ii Reservoir RrvolrP Park ron ronte on onthe onthe
the te outskirts otsklr of ofDnvWo Donvlllo between btween two twowell twoTel twowell
well known Washington Yates and andHorbln andHorbin
Tel men me men1 WMhingtn Yate ad adlerbln
Horbln lerbln COok Coll There Therewu was a feudbetwe feud between betweenthe betweenthe
the men me that had ha made moUomblter thorn bitter enemies onemieefor enemll enemiesfor
for years and had hanmost almost led Iu to t bloodshed bloodshedon bloodhe
on several sveral occasions occasionsTo oions
To settle slte tho trouble truble once onc for all al a D propo proposition prop proposltlon ¬
sition Ilon to fight fgbt was wlmao made and ad accepted acceptedThe npt acceptedThe
The men me met armed aed with uptodate uptodatehammerlesa uptt uptodathammerless
hammerlesa hamcrlC revolvers revolvortook took their stand standtwelve std stdtwelvo standtwelve
twelve paces pn apart and ad opened opene fire fre Their Theirmarksmanshiphowever Thei Theirmarksmanship
marksmanshiphowever marksmanship however not
mremnblpllowevr was Wa good goodAfter goo goodAlter
After Atcr six ohots hots ot had h been oen exchanged exchnge no hodamage nodge nodamage
damage dge had hd been bn done except excpt a flesh feh wound woundin
in Cooks thigh Enraged Erge at his hi ill 1 sue sueceis so suec085
ceis Yates threw hh at Cook Cookand Cookand
c Yat thrw hi empty emptYltl emptyplstoi pistol Ck Ckand
and then attacked ittcked Jlwth him with his hi flats 11 Upon Uponthe Uponthe Uponthe
the approach of outsiders Yates
appab oltdef Yat escaped escapedCook escapedCook
Cook being unable to run ra was wuat wuatCOMPL arrested arrestedCOMPLAIN arrestedCOMPLAiN ep I
COMPLAIN COMPL IN OF OUR ACTION ACTIONBrittenThink ACTIONIIrltiMiThInk 4CION
4CIONi i
BrittenThink Brltnk Extension Etenlon of Cotttwtee Cat1 IAWI IAWIto La Lato
to t PhilippinesUnfair PhilippinesUnfairSpecial Plllplnt Philippines Unai Veldt VeldtSpectat
Special Spcl4 CttNt C DtipaicA Dlp c to t THE Ta SCK SCKLONDON SIN SINLOND SuxL0ND0NJuno
LONDON LOND L0ND0NJuno Njune June 13 1In mIn In the telous thBouse House of Lords Lordstoday Lors Lordstoday I Itay
today tay Lord L Muskerry Mul r complained ompline that thatothermaritime tllt tlltotermritme thatother
othermaritime other maritime countries
otermritme cuntrt were reserving reservingtheir rrig rrigteir reservingtheir
teir their coastwise ontl conatwisetrado trade to for their tei own ownve1 vessels vesselsand vesselsand
and ad asked ake what wht the te Government GovErnt had ha done donerespecting doner donerespecting
r respecting lng the te United Unit States Btte applying its itsown II itsown
own coastwise coltilawl laws to te tho Philippines PhilippinesLord Phippine PhilippinesLord
Lord LnLn LansdoVne Lanid WI wne Secretory Sretyfor for Foreign ForeignAffairs Forelr ForeignAffairs
Affairs At lr replied rpUothattlndoubflytho tbatnmdoubtedly the present prosontsystems prnt prntytemiby presentsystem
systems ytemiby by which wblol certain rln Powers Power hadfree hadfreeaccess had4reOaccess r
access C to t the th British Brtlb coasts ct while whUothO those thosePowers thosePowers
Powers excluded oxoludk the British Brtl htrom from theirs theirswas UieJrsi UieJrsiWIlS theirswas
was unfair una and anddldvantgcU disadvantageous tp t Great GreatBritain Gtt GttBrtain GioatBritain
Britain Brtain but he warned 1n1red against aglMt exaggerat exaggerating exggerat exggeratloi ¬
lag the thegvnc grievance because l18 it was 1ln In no noway nowayuniverl nowayuntversah
way wayuniverl wayuniverlInde wayuntversah wayuntversahindeed Universal 4
Indeed Inde only Russia RUl and ad the United States Statesexcluded StS Statesexcluded
excluded excude British BrUhvlel vessels altogether altgeter and andwhen ad adwbn andwhen
when wbn there tr was 1 talk tk of retaliating rttJng it should shouldbe ahouldbriberedtat houIdbe
be briberedtat remembered that they made motb the least leastuse let letuoo leastuse
uoo use of the te British Brtb coasting Otgtrado trade and adon adons6uenUy con consequently consoquently ¬
sequently s6uenUy offered the t smalet smallest target for forreprisals forreptisnis
oer
reprisals reprisalsGreat rprs rprsGrot reptisnisprea trlttor trlttorrprs
Great Grot Britain Brtanho ho sold sd must mUttn rnustthink think twice twicebefore twl0 twicebefore
before btor taking tWng slope stcPtbt that were ere likely lkely to topffoot t toiffoct
pffoot iffoct oher her as anontep6tor on au entrepot of trade tae The TheGovernment Te TeGvonentr TheGovernment
Government Gvonentr regarded iadothe the action aion of the tbeUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stt in intle the PhlllppinM PhlpplnMa aa incon inconsistent Inen Inent Ineoneletent ¬
sistent t nt withcertain with withrtaifldoclnraUons declarations dolaUoDS tho Ameri American Muoncan
rr Aer
can cn Government Goverent h had d Jewbenlton Jewbenltonolide made when it con coneluded conk conkeluded
eluded olide the treaty tat of otptb peace with Spain Spn and andthe andthe andthe
the matter mattr was vu still Blund under r discussion discussionIMPORTING dlsuon dlsuonIV dIscussionIMPORTING
IMPORTING IV PORlI1PORO PORTO RICA RIOANLABOB RIOANLABOBst RICAN LABOR LABORSt
St t louts Lui ComPnyl Company CompanyIIIreu Iltrrt lrr Guru Grl to Work In InIts 1f InItg
Its li Pie FO tory toryiSpecial torySptc tory9pcct4SCabI
Special Sptc 9pcct4SCabI Cabli Cal Dupalclt DIPaoTs u The Sox SoxBAN 81 SmcSAN
SAN JUAN JUANP P R June J3The 13 The St StLouis StLouis
1Jure St
Louis Li Cordago Corge Company ci Is about to t make makeon me meM
on experiment erent hi i the thedlrectlon direction drion of of obtaining obtainingPorto obtlg obtlgPorto obtainingPorto
Porto Rican Ric labor lor It has engaged enaged twenty twentyfour tw twentytour nty ntytorPorRlen
four torPorRlen Porto Rican girl girls to work ork in its I fac factory fa factoty ¬
tory tr It wl1pAY will pay their passage pne to the theUnited be1nt hemuted
United 1nt States Btt their thei board bor upon theIr thet ar arrival arrv arrival ¬
rival rv and will wllglvetbem wlllglve give them wages wagC of BO 6 cente centedally cnt cntadaily
New dally diYi PreI PreIEtletoD rIeans rIeansEgypt The Te girls glrlelo girlssailed sailed tonitht tplht by byway way of ofEcypt orNew ofNew
Egypt EtletoD Cotton Crop Cop fiwatUfactorr fiwatUfactorrSptclel ttaotorr ttaotorrBPCa
Sptclel BPCa 84 Cable DttpatA Dtpcl to TOM TBnr TBnrCJoJ TulCAUt0 Snx SnxCAIHO
CAIHO CJoJ June 13 1neport i3Reporsot Reporteoit ot the teOndJUon teOndJUonot condition conditionof
of ot the cotton cttn crop cp in i Egypt EYt have been beenmade bn bnme beenmade
made to the Government From
me Goverment Fm many manydistricts my mydJarctstho manydistricts
dJarctstho districts the thoeports reports fprar are unsatisfactory unsatisfactoryEur Utlactory UtlactoryEan
L Eur to t Remember RememberKrerr IteniembirETry Iemlr IemlrIOte
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Roa Royal Due nlue T Train 0 of the Ilmor 1lttniore ad and Ohio
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Atee Artlelea 11 Wl and the PoUce PoUceWer
Were we Called ue In at att the few 4ew ew Atafttr Atafttrdam A AmMent AerdamMesnt
dam damMesnt mMent Meant frp Harm Ilam sayi Smltn SmltnThere SmltbThere
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Fay TempkitobSdressing FyTempltbldrli Terartn room rmhb whIch ils ilsbook Is Isbk isbeckof
book bk beckof of o the t etagi et etsgeftheN of fi the tNcw New Amsterdam wAmsterdamTbdatreC AmsterdamTheatres Atrdm AtrdmTt
Theatres Tt Aer Aajsi l Garden aen The shutters ahuttenwith sbutrs sbutrswtth shutterss1tt
wtth with the t1 slate s1t AII ope o ope4ton Qel on onthtbOaMef theDuteh the DutehOerden DutehOerdenLastnlght Garden Gardenlostnlght
lostnlght tbt betweene btw betw en1ie te first ftand and second nd acts actsALlttle aotsf
u f ALlttle ALittleof LtUeot of Everirthlnjr Mjss Mls Temptoton Temptotonhad T p1tn p1tnhd1dorthtf
had hd1dorthtf laid off the Eveh outward ou u drdtrflpplnge rtrppl trappings of of the 1Mwldowln thewidow thawidow
widow wldowln in black blk and Ind1alttobmo Ind1alttobmoa was ae about to become becomea
a shortskirted lolll mlnstrelr minstrelwben itll when hen her gaze gazewandered gazewandered
wandered wnderd to the thinbuttred shuttered window One Oneof Oneottle Oneof
of ottle the slats was gone arid a pair of eyes eyeswere eyeswere
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were wre at It the opening openingWithout openingWithout <
Without giving givingany opng opngWitbout any sign lg she be stepped IIPp out outof outohagandsnt outof
of ohagandsnt range and gvmg sent her hermaltIU mold totell to tell the t man management In Inagment management ¬
agement agment Manager MagrLteb Lueccher and nd Frank FrankBell irankBell
Bell Bli the te speolal officer attached atth to t the theNew thoNew theNew
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New Amsterdam AtThetre Theatre stole tle through throughthe tbuC tbuCthe throughthe
the darkened drkeneprentth darkenedgardento gardento the window They Theyfound Ty Tytound Theyfound
found a tell tll light lgh haired hicen clean shaven shavenman shven shvenmn shavenman
Intentat at the shutter shutterthat ahuttertbhdid shutterthat
man mn In Ingo lngood good clothes othso so htn th
that tbhdid M did not hear her them oomlng mt He Hedidnt Heddnt Hedldnt
didnt ddnt like lie it ftwhen when Bell Beltldhlb told him hed d have haveto hvo hvotoome haveto
to toome come down dow to 1 11e the office 010 offi He hadnt hadntmeaht It Itmehtany hadntmeaht
meaht mehtany any harm hr ho hsldJuethppno said Just ust happened happenedto
to look hi I because bu he saw w some one moving movingabout movingabut movingabout
about Inside InsideBell Inide InideBl Insidehell
abut Bell Bl marched marhed him 10 to the office offtcewher where wherethe wherethe
the tb man handed hMdo out otta a visiting vtnl card cr bearing bearingthe barng barngthe bearingthe
the name na Arliur ArhurG O Smith Bmtand and said ald ho howas howa howas
was wa frota fr fre Philadelphia Phllpb Detective Dttve Sergeant SergeantWakefleU Srgt SrgtWakefel SergeantWakefield
WakefleU Wakefel and Abe Ab Erianger Erlangr were wer called calledin
in The sleuth didnt know lowab about t Mr MrSmith Mrfilth Mrthnlth
Smith There Ter was 11 the te broken brken slat eit and andMiss andMl andMiss
filth Miss Ml Templetona Templetna diamonds diamond behind bhind it itMr I itMr
Mr M Smith Smih might mght be b frm from Philadelphia PhiladelphiaSeemed Pnadlphl PhilsdelphiaSeemed
Seemed Bmed to t him Police PoUcHeadquarrwa Headquarters was a agood ag agood
good place pla to testtle settle it itMy i ItMy
g My dear sir alrsad said the to young man mn Im ImMr ImMr ImMr
Mr Arthur Smith Everybody Everboy knows me meIm meIm meIm
Im Im a member membr of the Knickerbocker Klckerbkor Club ClubThey Cub CubTey ClubThey
Tey They know 1no me there ter Col C Dyer Dyrknewa Dyrknewameob knows knowsme knowsmeoh
me meob meoh oh everybody everybOykno8 knows me meMr meMr meMr
Mr Erlanger ErJnget said ad ho had no nod nodesire desire lre to t have havoany haveany haveany
any Mr Smith Bitart arrested who wh was wa the real realMr realMr realMr
Mr Smith Smt and ad told tld Mr Smith Bmth to t take te the thedetective te tedlActveto thedetective
detective dlActveto to some lom one onowhooid who could identify identifyhim Idnty Idntyh Identifyhim
him h
himAt At a late lat hour last lt night Wakefield W efeldbadnt efeldbadntsbowedupatPolc hadnt hadntshowedup hadntshowedup
sbowedupatPolc showedup at Police Headquarters Hedquarrs with wit a aprisoner aprioner aprisoner
prisoner prisonerOirXER prioner prionerOW prisonerOWXEA
OirXER OW B ACTS AS S DECKBAND DECKBANDMlltlenalra DECKHAND DECKHANDlUlonaa LIECKHA NIP NIPMllIlonalr
Mlltlenalra lUlonaa CorrHtsn < rn Works ul lilt U1 Pastace PastaceLake Iau Mle MleL1e ge ge14ketr1keri
Lake 14ketr1keri Striker Fire Fre at P PMIIWAURKB 1fti 1ftiMIIWAUKSE
L1e tk m
MIIWAURKB 2UWUKK WIn WIsi June JuneniAltbougb JuneniAltbougbworth IS 1Although 1Althoughworth Although Althoughworth
worth a million milion and nd partowner par owner of fifteen fifteenof fftn fftnoCthe fifteenof
of oCthe the largest lrgtt lake lke freighters frelghilln in existence existenceJohn existenceJobn xl tence tenceJobn
Jobn Corrigan erlgnof of Cleveland Ceveland arrived arrive here heretodayontthe her heretoday
todayontthe tay today on onthe t e steamer s mer Urania Un1u as a dock dockhand dok dokhand dockhand
hand He le told tld how he yas aa fired fr upon uponby uponby uponby
by a mob mobctPrt mobatPort nt Port Huron Hrnancnawlye HrnancnawlyecpithhlsUe and aMnarrowly narrowly es escaped escaped ¬
caped with IthbIe his life lifeWo lifewyreopnslng
cpithhlsUe cpithhlsUew
Wo w wyreopnslng were poising tbroMgh tbrugbo bI Port J Huron Huron1LUstTue HuronIa Ur I
LUstTue l Ia Tieiday dayvnlihtf ukhtthdsaicl h W Biid I whenVve whenVveencountered hep18 hep18n ben we weomatdri
encountered a a mob of omatdri p e teri lArarpU lArarpUo and pilots pllotaon
on o n both bt > shore aoreeiAndr Capt C Andrew Gaines OaIneshss OaIneshssAlwiyflbeQl has hasalways
always Awbeoir AlwiyflbeQl been a anon nonunionmAaand llo bitter bitterfeehng bltr bltrfo1ns idtt r rfeehng
feehng fo1ns preyitled r 1aCnt against sgain t film Jl At flnit flnitthere 1nj 1Irtthere
there terr wera ere a s few fowittrrg soattering shots ao to which whichwe whichwe
we paid no no attnton attention attentionLater attentionLoter
Later Lr 1d the tb chief ceengle engineer and I went wentastern wentItrnt wentastern
astern Itrnt to fix fthe the hawser bwr of the Polynesia Polynesiawhich Polyel Polynesiawhich
which we e were wer towing when suddenly suddenlya 8uddenlyaelow
a aelow fellow on onaorfred onshore shore fired 4tW at us Had Ha I been beenarmed bn bnaed beenarmed
armed aed 1 know kow I could culd have hve picked picke him off offbut offbut offbut
but as I it was wa be got away awayand and we escaped escapedinjury escapedInjury
injury On A the following toloWnc day some som of ofthe oftbt ofthe
the tbt peoplefrom Jple people from rom Port Huron came cme to us usand UI UIad u uand
and ad apologized aploltd for the t e action acton of the thestrikers thestrikers thestrikers
strikers strikersThe strikersTbe strikersThe
The strike is broken We will w1 never neveragain neverngaln neveragain
again hlr hire a mate orpllot orplot who who belongs Llong to tothe tothe tothe
the association olat n The Tb need n 1 of laws Ilws com compelling compllg cornpolling ¬
polling pllg masters mters to bo 0 United Unie Spates Slate citizens citizenshas olllns olllnshaa cttizenshas
has also al been bn shown by the strike strikeHRYAN strke strkeBnrAN strikehiIt14N
HRYAN BnrAN COMING TO SPEAK SPEAKAt i I iI iAt
At the tle PmllUer hU AntiParker AntPer Meeting Mtells Which WhichU hiM hiMI
U I Pat Pt Off to tJue tJueWIUmJ tejune Jane 3O 3OWilliam 30William
William WIUmJ J Bryauhaa Drh promised promlt to address addressthe addressthe
the mass m meeting m lls to be b held heldn next nOxtMonday nOxtMondaynight xtMondy xtMondynleht Monday Mondaynight
night hi I Cooper Cpr Union Unio of Democrats Doort who whoare whoar whoare
are ar opposed to the nomination nomlato of Judge JudgeParker JudC8 JudgeParker 1
Parker Paer pp Melvin Molv Q Palllser Pllr secretary srety of ofthe ofhe ofbe
the he committee com m tt in charge cbagof of tho arrange arrangemente Irrangemente g
mente met in iaoclngyetery announcing yesterday that tt the thedate thedt thedate I
date dt of the ketlng meeting had ben been changed changedfromJune changedfrom I Ifrom
fromJune from Ju8 June 18 l to June Jue 20 stated sttethat that Mr MrBryan MrBrysu
Bryan Br has b promised pror to L attend attnd The two twoprincipal twoprln twoprincipal
principal prln lpl speeches sphO will wl be b made me by Mn MnBryan M MBrya MrBryan
Bryan Brya andFrederio W Hinriohs Hlnrlohwhora who iran iranforComptroiler ran ranforCompUoller
forCompUoller for ComptoUr on the fusion fUllon ticket Uoketin in tnis tniscity Ihi miscity
city last ltral foil and andwho who in inl8wjthe nl8 I8S8 wasthe candi candidate cdl cdldte candidate ¬
date dte on the e Palmer and Buckner Bocknlr ticket for forLleu forLleutenan forLieutenantGovernor
Lleu tenantGovernor Lleutenan LieutenantGovernorThe tenantGovernorThe ovemor ovemorThe
The purpose jur of the meeting metig in I not only onlyto onl onlt onlyto
to t condemn conden the thoatonoUbAlbanon thoatonoUbAlbanonYtOD action of tbivAlbany con convention convention ¬
vention YtOD but to toapplt appoint a delegation delaU to torepresent i torepresent
represent rprnt the tbovlw views of otthe the meeting to t uw uwnational taonational
national nalonalov convention tonat at St 8t Louis LouisI
I am 1 convinced convlnofrom from rein the many letters lettersI leter
I have hve received rive from lrm allover al all over the State StateMr Btt StatMr
Mr MrPallrild Palllser aid yesterday yetry that all al alUonll sec sections seation ¬
tions of theState tleStt lie Stat and all al elements elmet ofthe oftheparty ofthepywlb of the theparty
party pywlb wlllbe will b represented rprt at Cooper Cpr Union UnionThe Unlo UnionThe
The Te effect etet of our o movement has h been b1 so soeeriou o oserious
serious upon uplLJudp 1pOI Judge Parkers Pker 8 candidacy candidacythat cndi
IrO that t Senator SnatorHl Hill and ad members mebrs of the Demo Democratic Dmo Democratis ¬
cratic oal State 8tlAoomtt committee who are a supporters supportersof
of Judge Parker Pake are a laboring lbrlng apprrs apprrsof personally pnaly
through trough the te Stateto Stt State totert to counteraot Its It In Influences l influenoes ¬
fluences fuec Expressions FoPrlos 6f f approval approvl of our ourmeeting ourmetig ourmeeting
meeting metig have lvebn been received rlve from many manyof my myofUle manyof
of ofUle the men who were prominent hi I the theantisnap th theantisnap
antisnap atp convention CYtln bowerJrominent of 182 18 against aglnst Hill H1UROOSEVELT HI HInOSEYEL HillROOSl1ELT
ROOSEVELT nOSEYEL KEEPS KEPSIANlS HANDS OFF OFFWin OFFWI OFFWill
Win WI Have Hle Nothing No to t Do D1ttas D1ttasSeldonFomN With HetlrlaE HetlrlaESheldon Lietiring LietiringSheldon
Sheldon SeldonFomN From EromNsUoeal National Uon Committee CommitteeWASHINGTON Cmmtee CmmteeWUNOT01 ContndtteeWsumiworor
WASHINGTON WUNOT01 June une 13 1Pdet 13President President Rooce Roocevelt Re RooceveIL
veIL voltbl has huletLtbe let tltboknown It be known that tt he will wl have havenothing he heotll havepathig
nothing otll jo o do do4th wjth 1Jt the question qU0ton of hleng hlenguur electing electinga
a uur successor toGeorge t Glrge R n Sheldon fheldon as a a mem member memberofte member ¬
ber berofte of f the Republican RPubUc national adonl committee committeefor ortt
for the te State 8t of New York Representative RepresentativeLucius Rprntte RprntteLuou RepresentativeLucius
Lucius Luou N Llttauer Lt ue of New low York ork had bat4L a atail atailwith talk talkwith
with wib him blmtlsmrl this morning on this t and other otherpolitical otherpaUtc otherpolitical
political paUtc matters mtt In the te Empire Empir State Stt The Theplan Te Tepl Theplan
plan pl of Oov Odell dl Jorore to o retire Mr M Sheldon Sheldonfrom Shedon Shedonfrom Sheldonfrom
from the to committee cmmtt and to have hve William WilliamWarren WlJa WilliamWarren
Warren Wa of otBuao otBuftalo Buffalo W L Ward Wa of West Westchester Wet Wetoctr Westcheater
chester octr or some leme other ote good lo Odell Odel Republi Republican Rep bl ¬
can cobon chosen In I his b place pi is I a matter mttr with withwhich wt withwhich
which wblo the t President Pdent will wI have hve nothing nothin to t do doIn doIn doIn
In regard to the tb suggestion Ietln that tht George GeorgeBruce GeorgeBruce
Bruce Brc Cortelyou Oryou a since ln he is l to t be b chairman chairmanof ehan ehano Gerg
of thoRepublican th the Rpbl Republican national Dain committee committeeshould ommftM ommftMshuld committeeshould
should o shuld be b elected elf a member m b of the tb committee committeefrom cmite committeefrom
from frmNt NeC YortOPentd York the President does not notthink not1 notthink
think thin it necessary n or orevedetlei even desirable It is isa l Isa
a aCat fact familiarly faily knowrdht Known that the tb chairman chairmanof chalnln chalnlnof chairmanof
of tb th the national Ialon committee oomit is l not nt necessarily necessarilya noy noya
a member mobe of of that thomltk committee and andUWt andUWtoDe that thatone thatone
one of tho ho ffreotest t chairmen chentbe the committee committeeever cmmit
ever evbMI had badMarcus Marcus A Hanna Hnn of Ohio Ohwu Ohwunev Ohiowas Ohiowasnevel waa waanevera
nevera nev nevel a member mlbe of the committee committeeJUJ1B cmite cmitev committeeJVflE
JUJ1B v DAYS DM AV AT TH T THN WeRU we WeRLUS > B FAIR FAIHul rAR rARlul FAIRgesi
lul gesi ul Ooacb Qlb Excunlon Elcllon vU v vi P PCllylnDI Panaslvsnts nn ylv Dt ntllro Jr ilaliroed ilaliroedJun 4 4ID
hl Jun ID 1 me KO o round rlol trip trp from 1I Mew NI York 10 YarSASs AH
BIG FIGBT FII1 POSTPQVED POSTPQVEDJeffrie 8rIONED 8rIONEDerrlelm STPOWEDjeffriesi
Jeffrie jeffriesi errlelm Ime LHwei Battle tU to Be BePut 1 e ePut
Put Pt Off OI0e One Week WeekHIN WetkSAN ek r rFHC8
SAN FBANCISCO FHC8 Juno Juo 13 13The The fight gbt gbtwe bo botween beefl
tween we efl Jeffries J reao and Munroo Mu willbe wibpt wibptnone 1111 be post postponed peded ¬
poned none ed one week wek till tlJune24 June 24 This Tbatr TbatrODlr after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon ODlr Jeffries 1 If attempted attmpteto to work lntJe lntJelumbttb1 In the thegymnasium togymnasium
gymnasium but his knee wts wut wad too stiff stiffThe BU tUf tUfTb
The Th Tb lumbttb1 doctor do thinks thl it itwi1b will bo all al right rght in a aew aewcfbtwith few fewday fewdys
the there therewould tbe tbeo1b therewoild
day cfbtwith butwith th tight fgbt on Friday Fray
would o1b be no time tl for or Jeffries erfo to rooqver rooqverso rVlr rVlrlbemeapropltorptpnem
so lbemeapropltorptpnem 0 ha made a proposal for postponement postponementMid nt ntdthe
Mid dthe the other ot erslde side agreed agreedNO air agreedNO
1 1NO
NO AUTO UO FOR OR HETTY HETY GREEN GREENMe OREENle
Me le lie Say Sayeshe a8eDidJ She Wenld wuiaiii RaUier Have y a Donkey Donkeys Dakey DakeyA DonkeyAuto
s Auto A t an anE Extravajanoe ExtravajanoeNsw EtrsiaanoeNsw yaI1o
Nsw N WBB BEDFORD FRDM Mass June 1M 1MettOrnWhob 18 13Mrs 13MrsBetty Mrs MrsHeUy
Betty ettOrnWhob Green who has been benln In Boston BOtnln BOtnlnconeton In InconnacUon Inconnection
connection coneton with wit several Nverl lawsuits lawsit broughtt brought broughtagainst broughther
against t her berWt visited yisltedNewBedtord NewBedford NewBford her hernl1Uvo hernl1Uvoltyeterday liernativelty native nativecity
city ltyeterday ltyeterdayYeIm lty yesterday yesterdayYea >
Yea YeIm Im a very verlusy busy woman she slesald said saidto saidto
to n 1 reporter reporterWhy reportr reportrW reporterWh
Why W Wh y dont you buy uy an automobile automobilesuggested ntoJobie7 automobilesuggested
suggested sugget the reporter reporterAuto rtporlAr rtporlArAut reporterAutol
Auto Aut Mrs Green Grn echoed echoe IM Id rather ratherhave mtherbavo ratherhave
have a adoney donkey Autos Aut < like lko the tbeglying giving of oftips ofUP oftips
tips UP are extravagant extrvagat things They beychug beychugchug chug chugchug chugchug
chug along wasting watlng money detroying detroyingnero destroying destroyingnerve destroyingnervei
nerve breaking breakig down dow and smashing smashingproperty smashingproperty mMhlngpropert
nero
property propert Its a wonder there are net more morelawsuits morelwsit morelawsuits
lawsuits lwsit for damage damageAutos daage daageAut daznageAutos
Autos Aut often oftn break brek down dow and Od kick too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much more than tha mulosdo I never heard heardof heardo heardof
of o an a auto ato without wltlout learning erlng that It had hadbroken ha hadbroken
broken brken down dow or ran rn away Then The there here ere aro arothe ar arthe arwthe
the extra extr expenses el of o a itai 01 to tocrun crun run the tlievehicle tle tleveicle thevehicle
vehicle veicle and the repairs I guess gue Its cheaper cheaperto cheTer cheTerto cheaorto
to ride rde the tho way reprs 1 I dolANDERDILS do doVANDEROILTS doYANDEItIIILTS
VANDEROILTS lANDERDILS AUTO AUTOJHIZZED AUTOJHIZZEDAlfe WHIZZED WHIZZEDAlfreds flHIZZEDAlfreds
Alfreds Alfe Driver Drlvt Is Fined FnrAru After a Trip TIp TIp8dy Bo BoSpeedy SoSpeedy
Speedy 8dy That Tat Newport Gasped dstpedNEWPOBT Gasp GaspedNnwponr
NEWPOBT NEWPRTn R I IJuoe June 13 13Newprters 13Newprterswero 13Newporters 13Newporterswere Newporters Newporterswere
were olarmetj yesterday afternoon aternoon when whenthey whenthySw whenthey
aleyetday
they thySw saw an anaumoblewJz automobile whiz along Belle Bellevue Bellevile
vile ve avenue aveU avenUe at a a time tlmwben when the he drive dVOWI dVOWIcewded was wascrowded wascrowded
crowded cewded with turnouts rout It Itwas WOB 11 estimated estimatedthat estimatedthat
that tht It was going between b w n 40 and 6 50 miles milesan
an hour bou Even the members mebers of the Road RoadIng Ro RoadlegRoom
Ing InRmwO legRoom Room were alarmed neat at the speed of the themachine themcleand themachine
machine mcleand and there thcrowa was at onooa onc once sp a demand demandfor demandfor demandfor
for the tle arrest nt of Inc be driver driverIt diver diverI
It was later learned that the machine machinebelonged mRohlnebelnle machinebelonged
I leae tl
belonged belnle to ired Alfred 0 Vanderbilt Vanderblt and that thathis tht ththdverP thathis
his hdverP driver Paul ul Surtprz Buorz was wa in charge chrse of ofit oCt ofit
it t The Te machine rhne was WI stripped tripp for racing racingThl racng racngT racingThi
Thl < morning Surtorz Suor was waa arrested for forspeeding forspln forspeeding
T at
speeding spln morl and Ind was fined fned tio 10 and dc costs costsNO costsNO t tNO
NO OVERTURES VB1URESFROV FROM HILL HILLTo IILL IILLTo
To Murphy Iup and aal No oAntPkt AntNParkrr Conference ConferenceThat ConferenceThat
That at Murphy Iuphy Knows Of Ofleader o OfLeader
leader IaerCrle Charles F Murphy Muhy said I lost lt night nightthat nighttht nightthat
that tht there ther is I absolutely abolutely no ground groud what whatrover whlltOVI whatever
over OVI for forUurpublhe therpublished reports rprs that over overtures oyr oyrtur overturee ¬
Hill tures tur have hve been bn made to him by by David Davi B BHill DHW BHilI
HillI HWIhye 01 I Ihye have not thelr heard from ftomMr11 Mr Hill either eitherdirectly eitherdreclly eitherdlreeilj
directly dreclly or 0rlndlre indirectly tJy he said and I Ihave Iave 1ave
have ave had no communication of any y kind kindeither kindlt kindeither
either lt from t mMrjH1Uo Mr Hill or oranyneeiso any JtDe one else l ease assoeiated IIIO IIIOoIAted easecIated
eiated with WlthJoop Judge parket80mlloftbo parket80mlloftbopapelllinthl ParkerASome ol the thopapers thePSPCN
papers papelllinthl in thlA city cltyre are stating tat I Ireto that bIt th thera theraare r rare
are reto to be beheld held in 1tblaclty this city this tblsweek week eek ippn ippnfcrenoes I co coforonoes l lfereooes
fcrenoes fereooes of otJ jiembcraUo > tem crat1 leaders who re are areopposed areoppoeed
opposed to toJudgOParkerniuliMve JudgeParkerand Judl ParkeriUuJIh4ve I have been beenmentioned bMnmentlonod beenmentioned
mentioned as being beingoonmm concerned oo oornfd Intho In those elOD elODferenco conferencos con conferencc
ferencc but if such conferences are to totake totkeplaoeI totake
take tkeplaoeI place I know lmown nothing th1n about them themand themI1nd themand
and have Iao not been asked to toatte attend d them themSETS tbemSETS themSETS
SETS ASIDE DOCTORS DOCT01lSB1l1 BIG FEE FEETreatment FEETrNtDltnt FEETreatment
Treatment Not Patient P tienti Wealth Should ShouldDetermine Siululell ShouldJetrrmlne
Determine l eirrmlnethCl the Amount Court Courts CourtsST Say SayST 551Sn
ST Louis June 13 13Aconllng According to 1011 a de decision d dcslon doclslon ¬
cision by Judge Ryan Ryanteooday today the financial fiuaoclalcondition fiuanclalcanditlon financialcondition
condition of ofa a patient should not be taken takenInto lakeInto takeninto
Into consideration by physicians in making makingcharges makingcharges makIngcharges
charges for professional services servicesTlie 6rvlcesTbo servicesTue
Tlie character of the lie service serce the serious seriousness seriollne ar1ousness ¬
ness qf the complaint the tbesklll skill and time timerequired IlmurequlrKI timerequired
required the result reached Judge Ryan Ryanholds Ryanholdl Ryanhoidq
holds are elements II to be considered eon ldere l but buthot butnot butnot
not the thewealth wealth or orpoverty poverty of the patient patientThe p patientThe tlent tlentThedoolllion
The Thedoolllion decision was rendered renderedl In setting sottingaside settingaside tllpg tllpgulde
aside the tbeerdlct verdict of the Jury in tho suit of ofDr ofDrM ofDr
DrM Dr M P Morrell against Dr J J Lawrence Lawrenceof
of New York YorkDr YorkDr YorkDr
Dr Morrell wehtto went 1to to New York and per performed performed performed ¬
formed a surgical operation on young youngLawrence youngLawrence oungLawrence
Lawrence charging 30000 The Jury Juryawarded juryt jurytawarded jury1awarded
awarded him 13000 but Judge Ryan Ryandeemed Ryandoomedthl Ryandeemed
deemed doomedthl tbJsamount nmount excessive exCtWveOIRli excessiveGIRL excesaLveGIRL
GIRL WHO THREATENED CZAR CZARMlM C CZ41tMI UI UIMI
MI MlM Mrrjeenky ItIClJeenkTakeD Taken From HerParents HerParentsHome lIerrtnts lIerrtntslIome
Home to Prison PrisonSpecial PrIaoDPtctltJ PrisonAprctra
Special PtctltJ Cable Despatch to THE SUN SONST SUNST SUNSr
ST PETERSBUBO PETER8bUJIoJllne June 13 131I1ss Miss Mer MerJeeraky Merjeersky Metjeeraky
Jeeraky adaughter a of offrof Prof Merjeersky Merjeerskythe
the tb principal alienist all nlst In Russia and a mem member member momber ¬
ber of the Privy Council Counollwho who was waaarrcsted waaarrcstedonJola10ln arrested arrestedon arrestedonMaylO
on onJola10ln May 10 In InStPeteraburg St Petersburg and anfwas was found foundto
to have a bomb bombln In her possession which It Itwas Itwaa itwas
was believed sho Intended to throw at the theCzar theCzar theCzar
Czar as asho ho passed lledher her fathers f ih s house on his hisway hisway hisway
way to the parade ground was wudetalnodat wudetalnodathor detained at ather ather
her parent residence re ldenoe undor police sun surveillance lurvelllance sunveillance ¬
veillance She has now been token to toprison toprison toprison
prison prisonShe prisonShe prisonShe
She Is isaccused accusedof of threatening the lives of ofIhe ofthe ofthe
the the Emperor and andhla his Ministers MIn ters A report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that she shobadbeenbansed had been hanged Is I untrue It is isbelieved Isbelieved isbelievodthatsho
believed believodthatsho thatshe thatshewA6 was In a hysterical con condition condition condition ¬
dition when she heoomwltte committed l the theoltenoo offence of ofwhich atwhich ofwhich
which she it accused accusedLIVERPOOL accusedLIV
1 LIVERPOOL L LIV VERPO ERPO L TO NEW YORK OllK 387S 387SWhite 8711Whlte8tar 573White
White Whlte8tar Star Line Lt JeMakNAnothec Makes Another Cot In InHteerage In8l InSteerage
Steerage 8l Hates HatesSpttlal RateeSptClQl Satesvpecf47t
Spttlal Cable Dttpataiti to o TBSSUN TBSSUNLONDON TuJSUNLoIDOH TMJIINLO1DON
LONDON LoIDOH June J une 18FoIIOWUIl is Following the reduc reductions re reduotiona dcc dcctona ¬
tions rpade ade in Its rates by bytbe the Cunard Steam Steamship tteamshlpCompan Bteamship ¬
ship shlpCompan Company th the White Star Line will willfurther wiUfurther 11 11further
further reduce Its steerage rato to New NewToric Ne Nefork NewYork
fork by five shillings shillingsANTWERP shillingsAHTwBnpJuoel3 shillingsAxrwznpJune
ANTWERP AHTwBnpJuoel3 June IS 13Hundredsof Hundreds of persons personsbelieving persODllibellevil1l personabelieving
believing that tho RedStar Line will wlUctirry wlUctirrythembence carry carrythemhence carrybern
themhence bern hence to Now Yorkfor YOrleJfor York for 40 4OIIblUlnp 4OIIblUlnpare shillings shillingsare
are flocking here from the tnolnterior d0 Interior onlyto only onlyto onlyto
to meet with refusal tu l The Th agents of the theline theIInohave theline
line IInohave have received reoeh orders to examine cxamlnoappll appli applicants appllcant ¬
cants very ery strictly strictlySomeagents I I ISome1
Someagents Someagentsboere Some1 agents who were overanxious ov over rarixlou aizlous to tosecure tolOOure tosecure
secure commissions o nunls and accepted passen passengers passengets ¬
gets 1IIwitbout without examination e e mlnaU rninatiop will llI be dismissed dismissedIt
It is believed that the action aotionof of the Immi Immigration Iminigration ¬
gration Commissioners In Now York will willnasist wWtIDterrn willassist
assist tIDterrn in terminating tlni thewar thewarMAYOR thewarVAIOR thetwarM410R
MAYOR AT LONG BRANCH BRANCHWill
Will Be There for the tbeliMlmlUNo Vummer Ncw Causing Conilnfcto
to Town U Dally DallyMayor DIU DIUaor DailyMayor
Mayor MoCleUan M has ba moved to the cot cottage cottaplle cottage ¬
tage taplle he has rented at Long Branch He Hetravelled Hetravellc HetrayelleI
travelled yesterday Y The Mayor will 11 come cometo comoto cometo
to the e city every every day dayby by rail from TAng
Branch to Atlantic A lanUo Hl Hllt Hifilande lands and thence by bythe byIhe bythe
the boat to the landing at Rector street streetand streetand
and will wIUretumb7 return by the same rout each eachday c eachday ch chday
day
f
J
k
m JAPSTRA MP IRA TRARUSSIAN RUSSIAN FORCEv FORCEvTURN FORE FORETURNON
TURN lrfRNONpURSUERS TURNON ON PURSUERS AND INFLICT INFLICTJLOSS INFLoLoss iNFLAlJFLOSS
Loss OF OFOVES OVER 800 SOOActivity 800toUvtty 800ActIvitY
800t
tuntJlaJIjI tJlaJIjI tJlaJIjIFUow t
Activity In Northern Nortll ln Llaottmc Lla tun Mar lie tteF lieWloW <
FUow F WloW Uowd by blAuIdJJiS Laaulnc at aNewdlu aNewdluAd Newebwan NewebwanAdmiral NewcangAdmiral
Admiral Ad dralToo8aJ Togo Sayj Hoft aaun an Are AreB AJeRetr re reSatrumThatPotstr1HShiPI
B Retr SatrumThatPotstr1HShiPI SatrumThatPotstr1HShiPIAidinE tratln UQJIo From That P out oint ointAlcllnlthe HU SUpt SUptAldlnc
Aldlnc Alcllnlthe the Army Ar J Shelling shllUlnStia1aI Runlans RunlansSpecial MuhllanLspeciatcsbuDespa4cies L L8p1C
Special speciatcsbuDespa4cies a1 Catlt liMIifFfcJ DttfoiOiei to IOTa Tan Sm SmNKWOHWANO SV1fNBWO e eNEw0UWANu
NKWOHWANO NBWO W ANO Juno JunoUTho is 13The The Russians Russiansattacked RUII8lan8a 4 4attacked
attacked a da a Japanese force forcolloutiaellt southeast of tthq tthqBlunlo the thoSlungyo theSiungyo
Slungyo Mountains MauntalJiaonJuDol1aooof MauntalJiaonJuDol1aooofthem on Juno 11 8000 oj ojthem of ofthem
them them pursuing the apparently appuently fleeing fte 1leeingJapan li1g Japan Japancee Ja j
cee to Yaotung YaotungPasa Pass Thero TberISit it became becameevident becameovldent becameevident
evident that the Japooeea JaPIlQ retreat was waafeint w wThe i ifeint c
feint feintThe i iThe
The men who had been beoor retreating troatll1ltormed re reformed reformed ¬
formed and assisted by brl hidden reonforoe reonforoemcnts reontalCOmen reenforcemonte
monte men BlIttllcked attacked their pursuers killing kllllngaf kllllngafwoundJng or orwounding orwounding
wounding 860 of oftllem them The Russians Rusalazero Rusalazerotreated rO rOtreated ro rotreated I
treated ln L 1D disorder along the Taflhlchap Taflhlchaproad T Taahichao Taahichaoroad abic abicroad
road roadSome roadSome
roadSomo
Some of ofthese these refugees reached New Newohwang Newo Newohwang
ohwang o V8JJg on Juno 12 with 285 transport tnuu tran poit carts oartsThey 0tLIt 0tLItThey I ITheyseemsd
They Theyseemsd seemed to tobo be terribly dejected dejectedand dejectedandfatlgJcd1UI and andfatigued andfatigued
fatigued fatlgJcd1UI as if they had made a along long forced forcedmarch forcedmarcb forcedmarch
march Numbers Of Cth the men monbadout8 monbadout8on had outs outson cuteon
on their faces indicating sabre wounds woundsSeveral WOUl1dSeveral woundaSeveral
Several of their horses were wounded woundedA
A strong detachment was sent in the theevening theeven theeveningtocovertheretreatof
evening even eveningtocovertheretreatof In g tocovertheretreatof to cover tile retrentoC thoremainder thoremainderThese tho thoremainderThese remainder remainderThese
These reached Tashlcho T where Gon GonKonrdtttovltch GonK ion ionKbnrdcttuvltch
Konrdtttovltch K nndtoI ch Inspected in peCted them They Theycn Theycntmlned en entrained entrained ¬
trained yesterday for Llaoyang LlaoyangIt LIaoyanIt
It la stated sllfed tliatthe tlmt the Japanese J pan080 marched marchedto
to Sulnghal from Pulandien with the object objectof objectof
of clearing the district dlstrlctpreparato17 preparatory to toad toadwincing ad advancing adVMcing ¬
wincing to tho neighborhood of or New Newchwang Newchwang ew ewchwllng
chwang V VIxiNDON i iIomxJN I ILONDON
LONDON June 14 14Itls 14It It Is pom polnted pointedouthelo pointedouthelothat tod out We Wethat hete hetetbat
that the tii Russians ns were caught t nt atSItiI1gyo Slungyo Slungyothe i itho r rthe
the same as they were at a the Yalu though thoughon thou thouon
on a smallor sm szn llor seato The Incident Is re regarded rOo rOogardedllS rogarded
garded gardedllS as being bound seriously to shako shakothe e ethe shakothe
the Russian forces at Wafngkau Wafan gkau prob probably prolJably probably
ably leading to their final fin l withdrawal and andthe andthodlslUter andthe
the thodlslUter disaster taken with other Indications Indicationsof IntUol1tiOrisof
of Japanese activity ac vlty In the neighborhood neighborhoodla t tfa >
la regarded reganedall as likely to clear ciearheway the way fol fola for fora
a Japanese landing at Newphwang which whichla wbi li liIs
Is supposed to bo imminent imminentTelegrams imminentTelegrlUDB imminentTeiegrams
Telegrams from Newchwang do dOD not notmention notmefltion t tmel1t1on
mention the Russian retreat therefrom therefrommentioned therefrommlnUoi1ed therefrommentioned
mentioned by Admiral Togo TogoThe iogoTh TogoThe
The Th e Russian report of a Japanese reversa reversasouth re revthwe rse I Isouth C Csouth
south of otHaI Haicheng cheng Is not notconftrmed confirmed from fromany fromany
rt
any source sourceThe lJOurcThe ourceThe
The restoration restoration of ortelegmphlooom telegraphic com communleatlon coinmn 0 0munlCatwn
munleatlon mn nlcatlOn between Cprea CpreaandJaPR and Japan Jopainis l ljaregardedaslnd4catingtbatalltheJapo t tIsre
is Isre jaregardedaslnd4catingtbatalltheJapo jaregardedaslnd4catingtbatalltheJapoflees regarded ed as todicatmg i1cUcatlngth that t all Blnh the Japa Japanese J t f NY i ine
flees ne e naval l1aVa1andnillitkyarrni1 l1aVa1andnillitkyarrni111aVe and nmltery arrahgemefttsi arrahgemefttsihavB arrangorOontsliye
havB been n madeand i ° and that there t Is now nownothing 9ow 9ownothing J p pnothln
nothing nothln C to tobe be feared f from disclosures disckwuresand disclosuresIIsaitedthaTohioIsnoWIfldirctCOrn M1 A t
1 IIsaitedthaTohioIsnoWIfldirctCOrn IIsaitedthaTohioIsnoWIfldirctCOrnmunIcailonSwlth0v017 Ia st teUhatTo1dj 11
munIcailonSwlth0v017 column in the Seld Seldand
and 7 that 0ro each column is also Iteked llnkdby llnkdbymoani j jmeans 2J 2Jn
n eanaqfttiefteldte1e means of the field telegraph pheo so o that tb tlv tlvRU iy vor vorRueslsn rjj rjjRussian
Russian RU movement contie can be reported reportedbT br bym bymGeneral 1 > ni niGeneral f fqeneral
General to the others othersNpthlngthoy rs rsd rsNothing J a aNotblnglioyover J Jreg
Npthlngthoy Nothing Notblnglioyover 1l01ovorlstillowed ver is Mellowed allowed d tQbe tq1Selmo1ll known knownregardingthe knownregarding
regardingthe reg regarding nilng theeituatlon the situation at Port P it Arthur Arthurreiterating ArthurA thUr thUrstory
A story rroma from a binesep eee uroe uroe Ie printed printedreltemtlngOlpoh printedreiteratingjipali
reiterating reltemtlngOlpoh jipoh tbeauthority th autbarlty of ofmanarrcetedat China Chinaman ¬ 4 4man
man manarrcetedat arrested at Newchwang Nowchwangbo who was wassupposed w wuproeedt wassupposedtohavebeefl
supposed supposedtohavebeefl uproeedt to have havebeen been acting actingaaaJapaneae actingaaaJapaneaespy as a Japanese Japanesespy e t tspy
spy spy at Port Arthur Arth r such assertions con conceruing oncerulrig eoncoming
coming the strength and activities ac vit1ell of ottbe ottbeitarr8ou the thegarrison thegarrison
garrison as have been beentrequently frequently made madelately madelately madelately
lately It nays 11011 that the coal supply U Unow Isnow Lalow
now reduced to GOO tonsN tonsNIt toM toM1t toruiit
It Is reported that two armored trains trainscarrying tr trainscarrying lns lnscllrQlng
carrying the Retvirdns guns northward northwardran northwnntral1
ran the JapaneseMines They were erebad badly badlydamaged badlydamaged y ydanlagoo
damaged by shells shellsAdmiral shellsAdmIral shellsAdmiral
Admiral Togas blockade is 1 effective eltootivea eltootiveathough effeotivealthough al although
though the channel has boon > oen partly cleared clearedAdmiral clearodAdmlrlll clearedAdmiral
Admiral Togo has been successful suoce sCullnche incheckr incheckring In chech cheching k king
ing Che he Junk traffic The defenders defondorsotPort defondorsotPortArthur ofPort otPortArthur 4 4Arthur
Arthur are depressed and ore earnestly earnestlyhoping earnestlyhoping earnestlyhoping
hoping that Gen KouropatUin will wlllsend send re relief ralief noBet ¬
lief to tothem tothemTOGO them themTOGO themTQOO
> TOGO AIDS THE ARMY ARMYShells ARVYShel ARMYShells
Shells Shel Russians Ashore Ashorelnfllcting Inflicting Severe SevereLots 8evaeLoaM Severe1eiv
Lots at KalplnK KalplnKspecial XallilosPtclal 1alidntSpccla
special Cfbli Cibl DttpcMfi Dtp lchtl to TBS TBaBJf TBaBJflOKIO SUM SUMTOKlo SuwTozzo
TOKlo June 13 13Admiral Admiral Togo reports reportsthat reporbithat reportsthat
that a I squadron from his fleet bombarded bombardedthe
the Russians on Juno 6 between Kalplng Kalplngand Knlpingand Kalpingand
and tho Sulngyuo River It reconnoitred reconnoitredthe
the coast and returned returnedto to therendezvous therendezvouson th rendezvous
on June 12 It reported that the enemys enemyst enemYII enemYIIInfantry enemysInfantry
Infantry and cavalry OIwalrynumberlngSoOO OIwalrynumberlngSoOOslatlonldnearKalplng numbering 3tiod 3tiodstationed 300Ostationed t
stationed slatlonldnearKalplng near Kalplng with the object of ofpreventing ofpreYcnting ofpreventing
preventing a Japanese landing fled after afterthe altcrthe afterthe
the bombardment Kalplng b on the thewest thewestooast thewestcoeet
west westooast coast of the Llootung peninsula south southof southof I If
of f Newchwang NewchwangAfter NewcbwnngAt NewchwangAfter
After At r recording the t1lcStoPJlllge stoppage of r a train trainpreviously trainpreviously trainpreviously
previously reported re > Admiral Togo con continues continues continues ¬
tinues tinuesOn tinuesOn tinues0n
On the the morning of June 8 8wesbelledtwo 8wesbelledtwocompanl we shelled two twocompanies twocompatiies
companies of infantry and a asquadronot asquadronotciLalry squadron of ofcavahy ofcavalry
cavalry at Kalplng Inflicting great teat loss lossThe lossThe s sThfmptaln
The Thfmptaln captain of a steamship leaving leavlngYlng leavlngYlngkowon Yingkowon Ying Yingkow
kow kowon on June 7 says saIIthat that owing to the tb Join Joinbanmentll3ooo x oii oiibrzrdments > m mbardmcnts
bardmcnts banmentll3ooo 3000 3 Russians with withtwenU twenty guns gunsevacuated gunseTaOW1tcd gunsevacuated
evacuated Ylngkow and 4nqretreated retreated Jiorthward Jiorth Jiortb1n1rdTwo orth orthward
ward 1n1rdTwo Two Russians captured by one oneot oneotour of ofour ofour
our torpedo boats on June 10 say that a aHuns aU1tIIlan aRussian
Huns Russian Ian force of 5000 man under underGtn underGtnSamsonoff Gen GenSamsonoff 4 4Sainsonoff
Samsonoff arriyed arrIyedatWatangkau at Wafangkau on May
31 They also state that three or arfour arfourtraln four fourtrains fouztrains
trains reach Nanchiallngdaily NanchiallngdailyOur Nanch1llngdaUyOltrcoinbl
Our Oltrcoinbl combined squadron ha hM b strength ifeteengthcued N strengthened IIIth IIIthonedtho ¬
cued onedtho the blockade bloCkadeaod and la lanew now covering coveringthe ooverl ooverlthe
the rear of the forces ashore Our Qnfourt QnfourtdestroyorftotlUa fourth fourthdestroyer fourthdestroyer
destroyer destroyorftotlUa flotilla shelled the thecnelD1etreo thecnelD1etreotually enemy effec effectually effeotually ¬
tually around Kimohengtzo for two hours hourson
on Juno 10 The second IOO9nd flotilla ftoWIareD recon reconnoitring moOn moOnnoitring n nnoltring ¬
noitring at Tollon Tallon1Oan > Fan found four Russian Russiandestroyers Rl1IIIlandC6troyOrs Russiandestroyers
destroyers off Sciwbo Point on oriJUDto oriJUDtoandenPnged June Juz io ioand liiand
and andenPnged engaged them but they retreatedforthwlUI retreated retreatedforthwith retreatedforthwith
forthwith forthwithThe forthwlUITho forthwithThe
The mine dragging progresses progreesee V1i V1ihavo Wehave V
havo destroyed thirty mines mlneeon on the theh1lb theh1lbAOI8beeldM high highSOBSbesides highveubesldce
SOBSbesides some floating near the harbors harborsseveral hubone harboteseveral
several e raI of them northward of Iron IroI1I11aodi IroI1I11aodiCho IronIs3andThe Island IslandTho
The weather was extremely foggy dur during durIng ¬ 1 1ing
ing the ho post week Happily there were wereaccidenl8 wereno werenoaccidents no noaccldente
accidents accldenteST
ST PETERHnnKO PETRn ntTHO June 13 ISA A despatch despatchfrom deepatchfrom despatchfrom
from Gon Kharkevltch dated June 12 12nays 1iiDfil 12says
nays that the position of the troops in the theneighborhood thee theneighborhood
neighborhood e of Wafangkau Waran gIU1 station was wasunchanged waslOhangfd wasunchanged
unchanged on Juno 9 1110 10 and II Japan Japanese ¬
ese attempts to drive drive back the Russianposts Russian R ulsnp Itisssianpoets
posts p south of Wafacgtten WaIangttadoD station have liavoI
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