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I Togo Trying to Pnvent the IliaRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian Fleets Escape EscapeFAST Escap8I Escap8FAST EscapeFIST
Land Fighting Goes Against the theRussians theRussians theRussians
Russians RussiansUalnlnK Russiansi Russianslllpln RussiansIItpInE
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UalnlnK neporttd Taken and Konropulkln KonropulklnMain
Main alII 10 Be fI Withdrawing Ills III Force ForceFrom Foriitro ForotiFroo
From ro Halehenn Ifalchn1flwis1n Itnulan Report on onthe onIhll onhi
the hi Situation Around Port Arthur ArthurAdmit ArlhllrAdmltl ArthurAhfltta
Admit the I Loss < OM of Several el rll Important ImportantPetitions ImporllntlollIonAnolhr ImportantPoiItIonsAnother
lollIonAnolhr Petitions Anothrr Japanese Force ForceI ForDIIlandrel
I landrel ndrd on Klllolt Inline Heady nad to toJoin toJoin toI
I Join Either f thlr of the Fighting FIhttn nirMora nirMorafpetial Ohblon5pNal PhiLilortipedat
fpetial cabtt C1b nripatthet 1 > It I Titr Tn Sax SaxHKFOO Suxunyoo su suuyoo
unyoo HKFOO July 1 IA A ttteamer which has hasarrived ha haarrhrd harrtvcd
arrived hero brings a report of a big biglight sea sealight seolight
light midway between Port Arthur and andthis andhiM andihLq
this port this tht afternoon The steamer steamertiiassod stlomerJ1allecl steamerIaMod
tiiassod within lthln fifteen miles or n 0 Japanese Japanesexquadron Jllpnncsequlldron Japanesequadron
xquadron consisting of two battleships battleshipsand IIttlllhlpsnnd
and five cruisers all of which hleh were ere ngag engaging ngag1J1 ngaging ¬
ing 1J1 an opposing fleet fleetThe n1The fleetFho
The latter could not be seen but the theInpancse theJRpaneso thelaiJaneac
Inpancse were too far from the land to be beMring holirinl heI
I Mring lirinl at the shore batteries batteriesX batteMtsTIle
I < X TIle crew of HIP t hI steamer heard a Ire Iromcndous Irernndous fm fmrnendoiia
mcndous explosion but it was impossible impossibleto
to discern whether a Japanese < C or a afluwlan aflu afluilan
fluwlan flu < ilsn ship was w as affected affectedPrevious ntracte1Prelous affectedPrevloua
Previous to tne receipt of tills th news a aChinaman aChinaman
3 Chinaman who wh loft Port Arthur lam night nightreported nightreported nightreported
reported that only one battlesliip and four fourV fourb our ourCnJlscl15
b V cruisers remained in the harbor It wag wagthen WasIh wa wathen
then Ih h believed that the otbera hud escaped escapedas eoppd eoppdall
as did the torpedo boat destroyer d troYlr Burakoff BurakoffLONDON DurakoflIoNDON IturakoffLONDON
LONDON July 2 2The The report of the naval navalbattle na1I1J
4 J battle south of Port Arthur rest rplt4 entirely entirelyof entlreJ entlreJon
I on the authority or the luptain and crew crewof crewi
i of the unnamed German steamer steamerhas which whichhaa lilcI lilcIhaa
haa arrived at Chefoo They locate the thegoons theoone theoonG
goons of the battle about forty tort milos north northof
of Chefoo which would ould muUo il i approxi approximately ulpruxlmatelT aipruxlti ¬
mately the same distance clistan fronvPort from Fort Arthur ArthurThey ArthurS 1 1They
S They nay that they plainly saw > aw the llaahcs llaahcsof
of the guns of the opposing opp oppoiingsldps ing ships although althoughonly althoughonly althoughonly
only tho Japanese vessels were visible visibleThe villibleThe
3 The time Is stated to have been lpelll 1 P 1 M MAssuming MAsrnmlng 1 1ASllUmlng
Assuming the tttory to ho true it is i BUpr BUprpoed IiUppoaed bUpposed
posed hero that tho Ruwlans nUt II1n8 have aguli agulitried agal agalp
p tried what they the failed to achieve on Juni Jun JunI
21 23 either aiming to join the Vladivostok Vladivostoksquadron VJadhoswkIluadron VladivostolcI
I squadron or to reach a neutral port to toinsure tf tflOIure tolnQlIu
insure lnQlIu their ultimate safety cafctyTh paretyThe safety1hs
Th The probability that they deliberately deliberatelyassailed deliberatelylmid deliberatelyaiIed
assailed aiIed the Japanese is regarded a aI pre preluclcd preIuded pretinted
tinted in view Iew of tho admission adml lon of inferior inferiorttrongth inferiortrength Inferiortrength
trength contained in Admiral Alexiefft Alexiefftr Alexlelfplltch Aiexlesepatch
< r epatch putch regarding tho previous engage engagement flncaReHen engagedent ¬
dent Hen I It in I therefore to bo assumed that thatho thath thatthe
the < ho h lapnnrwe Iny in wait Ilit to engage the thellisslnns the11Ilans theflisIana
llisslnns Instead of driving them Ihto port portthey portS
S II they did on Juno Z3 Z3Gen 3 3k 3tea 3Gen
k Gen tea Zilinskys despatch tells all that i iknown is isnown leknown
known nown about tho cloelng in on Port PrtArthur PrtArthurIt Arthur ArthurIt
It seems that lh I ho < o operations as well aa aathe RIIhe aathe
the Ktnehau battle hattlD will never be described describedhv
hv independent t observers ob eers as It Is practically practicallycertain practicallyCflrtaJn practicallyI
I certain cco taln that no correspondents were with withither withlther
1 ither army armyii
ii fr Is believed ht > lIeed however that the Anion Araeritm Anionan
tm and British correspondents who have havr haveIen haveIen
r Ien n so long at Told are either ell her on the way Wllth wayK
10 the th front or will leave soon arriving arrivlnjIn
In time Urn to witness the expected ex ted downfall downfallnf
t nf f Port Arthur
LOST vo o sir cffrPR fHTP r PS TN LAST FIGHT FIOITTflnidan FIOH1nllldaa FIGHTI
I flnidan Report of the Prolong Battle BattleJap Rettierpt BattleJap
Jap CM t flewhlfeheadTorpedoi flewhlfeheadTorpedoiSpeCdi e Tftillehead Torpedoed TorpedoedStxcul TOrprcJOH5JtCIIII
Stxcul CM Dupattl tt Ii Tsr Taz Sex SU1ffT SexPirananuno
PT PZTKBSBOBO July 1 IThe The first d dUtled dtned dA dAsUed <
sUed official account of the engagement engagementf
lit l f Port Arthur on June 2324 has been r rj rreived re
r reived ired In the th form of
j 1 a despatch from Ad Admiral AdmJral AdI
I miral Alexieff dated June 30 It says saysA eall eallf
f I A report received today from the acting actJnlI actingcommander
I it commander l of the Port Arthur squadron squadronpf4tea equadronPMtee
1 Jj pf4tea pt ee that on the night of June 23 3 eight eightMrpado elgbttl1pfdo eightI
I Mrpado boat were despatched dlllpat hed to guard guardt guardthuCltd
t thuCltd ha roadstead tMd seven miles seaward seawardThey 8eAwudThey aeawardTbey
They repulsed repul ed the enemys torpedo torpedoI torpedohoath
x I boat hoath which had approached During Duringt
1 I t y t the action Commander Eliosseien ElIC elen Lieut LieutSmirnoff LieutRmlrnotr Lioutmirnoffand
Smirnoff mirnoffand and two bluejackets were wounded woundedMl
Ml 11 the tb torpedo boats returned toward towArdmlful
I morning morningAt mlful mlfulAt
At S oclock the Novik Diana Askold Askoldevutopol
Sevastopol Poltava Taarevitch TaII1r vltch Pobieda
Paresviet Retvlzan Bayan and Pallada Pallndatamed
I If Iteamed teamed into Inl tho roadstead In line and andanchored
anchored anchoredTwo anchoredS nohoredITo
S Two Japanese floating mines having
C haw Ben In the roadstead road tMd the squadron squadronremained squadronremalned
remained at anchor Meanwhile several severalsmall aaveraiMnali everaltDll
small boat boa which hlch had been searching for formlnea formines
t mines discovered and exploded ten on the thefistem theLlltem theoaatern
I fistem aide of the roadatead An examl examlntlojfof examlIJatlol1of
ntlojfof those showed that they probably
had been laid during the night by two of
lhe he enemys enem torpedo boats which hlch had ap api i
> i v Preached the port portAt portAt portAt
At 3 P M the quadron preceded by
1 a flotilla of mine dredgers torpedo boata boatai
1 i A and the Novik steamed In line ahead to
t I toward the open sea and having emerged emergedthout
ithout miahap ahaped Its oouraa south southard southrd
4 ard rd The dredging boats were sent sen back bockptcort backrted backcorted
ptcort corted rted d by b armed picket boata boatTwo boataTwo boataTwo
Two Japaneea MX 6OOUUl > UU with lth a detach
m rant t of torpedo boat watched the aquad aquadof
of ron r all jJ the while Twenty Twmt mile from tromI
I I I bore a Japaneaa squadron wo wu sighted aightedeaming
Beaming teAmin in dlvUloo In line ahead It Itae
was ae 8 compo composed d of four flrst class cia battle
5 kMJIII Mps and one second class battleship battlo hlp
I rour our armored first class cruiser cru iIIen seven IelnCOOd aevencond
V cond clasa and five third claas cruisers cruisersne oruillerllIe
1 ne i bcout one steamer and thirty tor
L IHo i fwlo boats boatsA boa boattta II
t A ta 8 they tbe
approached the Ja JaJAn Jaganca > anc e were wereen wereto wereIl
en Il to I 11ft
preparing to place a 1 division of
Inllpra ruiaer nd ton torpedo > edo boats between th thConfinued tlllt tllltCnntinutd theCnntiued
Confinued on 0 Third Page Polltnt1I Pageti
ti pa kaytag nt1I bra Uarrtt t taaWa4da w I
l pep i IP ri Not Jf lAke Iko llir Ih fhIayAnlfflofl Way AinrrlMin Turtili TurtiliAro 1uhhIAre 11 11Are
Are Millfil IIIUtIlnlonll Insotmr Whit WltnCubit Wh WhI Whitt4pftlal
I lIpnla Cubit Cd inwith Ip lth it I Tim fitalCtI14 srw srwKim Itll ItllI
I Kim 1 lCtI14 < f1U July 1 Iftaewt Iftew lII for thre tiir olaisns oJa A of ofyaohtu 011110ht ofyabta
yaohtu from KM t II Ia < Travemunde started startedearly ptattetltatly trl 1 11t11
early totlay to J 1IDllIror mimror Williams Meteor MotoorIII MoltorHI MeteorIlL
III tim KmprfissV mprn miirnse Iduna Morton Plants PlantsIngoniar JlllIt JlllItInlnnar Ilantatingoniar
Ingoniar nml nn < i hart Halllns hamburg on onl r1Itrec entend
tend < l the big schooner tln dAM < s litit tho Im Imixrlal 1mprrlnl rn rnjeriai
ixrlal yachts did not fall all the taco being beingIwtween tln tlnbetIVI1I beingietwreii
Iwtween tho Ingomar and Hamburg Their Tholrooiirso Theiroolirae 1wlroour
ooiirso oour wat wa nearly toil miles long The Thesmaller Tueatnailer nletnal
smaller tnal t yoohts had ohortor coursw courswThn OClUtISTho coitrecathe
the wind wan wa light and variable rlable which whichprolonged whIchprolonged hloh hlohprolongld
prolonged tho control until a a late hour hourTho hourTho hourThe
Tho Ingomar and Mavahoo won In their theirrespective theirrMpectvo theIrrnapectivo
respective ola CIAMI cn There was 113 much dis disappointment dl dlnppolntment disappointment ¬
appointment that the Emperor neither nelthwsailed nelthfltl neitherFailed
sailed l led tho Meteor III hlmsolf as Is his CUll custom CUlltom citetorn ¬
tom nor allowed nllowl < I her to bo sailed sailedLONDON MJlldyONDON ealiedLonDo
LONDON July 3 2A A despatch to the Daily fatltiMM DaII1t Dailyitch
MM 1t all from Kiel wiys that Emperor mll1Or William Williamis
is so annoyed by the th manner In which tho thoAmerican thomerlcnn theAmerican
American yachts there have been sailed that thatJio thatIe thatiorefucd
Jio refused Ie toshnro toshnroin In tIm Ih races Friday He Hedid 1Iedid Hodkl
did not attend the distribution of prizes prizesTho prizesTho prizeeThe
Tho Field Ji ld describe In detail the racing racingtat rocln roclntal racingat
tat tal at KIll up Lii to Juno 29 but maItre no mention mentionof
of dissatisfaction dlfIMtl faetion with tho Americans AmericansHt
Ht It rwnarks that tho Meteor III wee wholly whollyshe whollyto hol1y hol1ylilhme
to lime for the incident on JUne 28 when whlnehe wheneho
she was nearly in collision with the Ingo Ingoinnr Ingomnr Ingoiner
innr a fact which Emperor William rwog rwogiilzod recognized
Inlwd iilzod by retiring rltlrln from the race raceI raceThe
I The Field points out that the measure measurement meaAurement meaanremeet ¬
ment and limo allowance rules governing governingtho
the regatta rf lla have ha e proved very ver unsatlsfoo unsatlsfooItory ulUatltooItory uneatiefactory
Itory tory for the British Brltl h and American yachts yachtsnone yachUlnone yachtenone
none of which in I built to meet such con conditions coniltlon eonIItlOIi ¬
ditions ditionsTO iltlon iltlonTO IItlOIiTO
Jury Jllr at t Cripple rippiecrrekBtamii Crrrk rrtk Dlamri OIlm Them for forMob forob forIob
Mob Iob ob Fatalltle FatalltleCnirnu Fatalltleaniniit atalltlflcmpJJ
Cnirnu niniit CIIKKK nEI1 Col 01 July i 1Thll The in iniqiirKt InIqut inr1upst
iqiirKt over the bodies of Hocoe McGee McOefnnd McGeeIInd MefleeIni
nnd John Davis killM kllll < i in tho street riot rlo at atVictor atIctor atVictor
Victor Ictor on June 0 wa waa aA concluded today todnyThe todayI todayThe
The jury returned a verdict fixing the theactual theactual theactual
I actual killing upon two men and accusing accusingthe
the officers offl rs and executive board of the West Western WPlltern Vcatera
ern Federation of Miners and some ninety ninetymembers ninetyinembera
members of tlio fetlcrtnon > n of complicity complicityin
in the crime crimeThe crimefhe crimefhe
fhe verdict rdlct charB chargea < K that City Marshal MarelialMcConnell MarshalMeConneli OIalhalMcConll
McConnell 1I of Victor organized a band of ofninety otninuty ofninety
ninety union miners the morning before the thariot theriot theriot
riot for tho express purpoeo of resisting resistingtho
tho military and the citizens committee committeein eommittin
in ferreting ferretln out the perpetrators of the theIndependence theIndeprndcnco theIndependence
Independence outrage ou outrageand trage and ridding the camp campof campof ampof
of agitators agitatorsTho I1gltntolflnrdict agitatorsJim
Tho Jim verdict accuses acU8 < tho officers of the thefederation thetederation thefederation
federation of aiding in this work and of ofencouraging orencouraging ofencouraging
encouraging It with Ith incendiary utterances utterancesand utwranceand uttoranceaand
and orders to officers of various district dtrlctWIUTanls ditrictiiiitoii
unions unionsWarrants iiiitoiiWananta >
Warrants have been Issued forthe for the fede federation tederation federation ¬
ration officers Most of the miners accused accusedin accu td tdIn
in the verdict are in jail here hereDIVORCE hAreDIIOnCr hereDIIORC
rjtrantfd Couple Meet to Slf Sign n Paper and aridDecide andDrelde andDecide
Decide to Wed Again AgainPorr AgainPear 1n 1nPORT
PORT JKRVI N Y July 1 IMr Mr and Mrs MrsEdward MreEdward In InEdward
Edward A Bibby of New York were married marriedat
at midnight at Milford Pa Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wedne Wednesdaynight day dayDlght
night They met there by appointment appointmentto
to execute divorce papers Mrs Blbby Blbbyhaving Bibb Bibbhavlni I3Ibbyhaving
having obtained a decree In the Pike county countycourt countycourt countycourt
court on June 3 last lastThe lastrhe matThe
The couplo registered at the Bluff House Houseand Houeand ftoueeand
and after dinner talked over their affairs affairsThe alIalrsTbe affairsThe
The old love was rekindled and they de decided decld docldd ¬
cided cld to remarry They bad rome trouble troubleIn
In scouring a license lIce le and a minister but at atmidnight atmldnJght atmidnight
midnight they were ere again man and wife
Kept Four Deputlrs at Day OaJWII Wai Starving StarvingIlls Iitn1nlIlls
Ills Family FamilyHSMPSTEAD FamilyHXIlPSTlUD FmtlyHzupsTsw
HSMPSTEAD L I I July 1 IEdward Edward Den Denton Denton Denton
ton a farmer with a doublebarreled shot shotgun ahotRUn ehotgun ¬
gun kept four deputy sheriffs out of his hishouse hishouae hishouse
house for nearly two days He was Insane InsaneIt
It Is said and had been without food for fornearly forncarl fornearly
nearly ncarl four days Ha 1 bad also 1110 kept his hiswlfo billwtr hiswife
wife wtr and six children without rood for forcome forlIome forcome
come time Urn and the smaller of the family familyof tamU tamUof
of children twin girls were almost half halfstarved halllltarved halfstarved
starved when the father wee at lastplaced lastplacedin
in Irons and taken to the jail at Hempstead Hempsteadthis
this afternoon afternoonWithout arternoonWithout afternoonWithout
Without any warning symptoms he be became beame became ¬
came insane on Monday Stationing him himself himlie himself ¬
self lie It outside the kitchen door he forbade forbadehis forbadehl8 forbadehis
his wife and children to leave the premises premisesOccasionally premls premlsOCC premiereOcceelonally
Occasionally OCC nlona1Jy he would enter the different differentrooms dllerAntrooms differentrooms
rooms and awaken the sleeping children childrenand childrenand childrenMid
and his hl wife and compel them to keep mov moving movInp movleg ¬
leg about the house When they were werehalf werehalt werehail
half dead for want of sleep the threat of ofshooting ofhootlng ofshooting
shooting kept them awake awakeAs awakeAs awakeA
As A Mrs Fred Kosel was driving by aha ahaheard IhlhMrd shebeard
heard calls for help and drove Into the yard yardwhen yardwhen rard rardwhen
when Mrs Denton Informed her of her herplight herplight herplight
plight This was done by some chance choncawithout chanCftItbout chancewithout
without attracting Dentons Dnton attention atenton and andsoon andIon andsoon
soon Ion the deputies deputo were wer on hand All Al yes yesterday ye yesterday ¬
terday trday they surrounded the house The Thacrazy Thecrzy Thecrazy
crazy crzy man never once slept and always alwayshad alwayshad alwayshad
had his gun gn ready readyDeputy rldy rldyDfputy readyDeputy
Deputy Dfputy Sheriff Shtrf Oardlner finally tnaly man managed manag managed ¬
aged ag to t crawl crwl Into the house by a back bk door doorand dor dorand doorand
and then through the ball bal to the front trnt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the house hOle and through tho partly pa opened openedfront opene openedfront
front rrnt door dor Thus Tbul he was able to seize alz the thegun thegn thegun
gun gn of Denton lnton who at once onc attacked aUaeko him himand himand himand
and both wont rolling rolng over on tho ground groundTha groundThe I
The Te other oUer officers Immediately Immedlawl ran r up upand upand upand
and Denton Dpntn was manacled mncled He would say sayvery l sayvery
very ery little IUo to the doctor dotr who examined exmin him himThere himThere
There Ter has hl been bn a great buzzing in my myears mTparA myears
ears for some days and thats why I have havebeen haveb havebeeti
been b without food tod and would not allow allowany aloW allowany
any anyone one to leave leve or enter my m house hoW I Idid Idid
did not want them to have anything said saidho saidhe Id
Lnmlyi La Tumble Tmble on the Roof a Remarkable RemarkableStunt Rfmkble Rfmkble8tDtIUelUd RemarkableStuntKicked
Stunt 8tDtIUelUd StuntKicked Kicked HU HI Own Face FaceThomas vae vaeThomae FaceThomas
Thomas Lundy Lund a laborer living lvin at 413 413West 41 4CVest
West Wet Fiftyfourth FUyfourth street Itret went home last lastnight lt ltniht lastnight
night niht at 10 oclock oclo He went to the te roof rooflay rooflay rootlay
lay down near ner the edge at the rear and andwent andwent andwent
went to sleep elMp Some time tie later he rolled rolledoff rolle rolledoff
off offThe ol offThebuiidlngls
The Thebuiidlngls building buidn Is 1 five tV fiv stories storie storleehigh high hh Running Bunnlngfrom Runin Runningfrom
from the tle rear of the third story stor U II a taut tautwire tt ttwtr tautwire
wire wtr cable which hlch supports IUPPr a tall t chimney chimneyon ciey cieyon
on the roof of a one story tr extension utnslon In the therear therea therear
rear rea of 433 West Fiftythird Fltythlrd street streetLundys strt strtlundrs streetl4sindya
Lundys body utruck Itruck this thl slanting IAntn cable cablaand cble cbleand cableand
and ho was wa shot Hwlftly wIU to the roof roofof of the theextension thertlMlon theexteion
extension rtlMlon The Th only nly injury InJu he received receivedwas rltlId rltlIdM
was M a bruise bnle on his forehead rorened caused by hi hifeat bls blstlt liiiCOOt
feat colliding cldl with his hi face fac cB Ill Hi liii wife wie put puthim puthim puthim
him to t bed bN for the rest rlt of the night nightTh nih nihT
Th T arok Iroklya Bro Um CltisM CltisMRrducnl etu CtttjsReduced
Reduced nNI lo 0 OM 0 Os Cent OIAt OIAtkw Ornt4 Ornt4Pavkway A ANOW
Pavkway kw Bathi 1rIXa Btb Btbmow
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html lnt HallwayAhe UIf e Couldnt WMP WMPfor flp flpfor Ftieepor
for or tonclng Lnn r tfr for r II JMnthr ttMnlhef Mntlin1 Tlfldbut TIld yields yieldsbut
but Pubtto PUblC Mirhlnn llrhlnl Imrhin Una Hrlrnl HrlrnlA Iflnll IflnllA ReIenliA
A blade haired hllrtd black eyed Ced rosy ehwked ehwkedlltlls ehlked ehlkedItll ciwdunilittle
little Itll ctrl Irl with wlh determination Iltlrmlnalon written writtennit 1rlton irtittantilt
nit 11 over her chubby face tae ran rOi Into the East EastTwentysecond Eftetwontyaooond
Twentysecond Twontyond street ttot station alAlon early earl ywter ywterdrty yreterday ftr ftrdl
day dl morning mornlnl and stood Itod In front of Borgt BorgtMcDonalds 8lrlt 8lrltMooonalds ergt ergtMoDonalds
McDonalds desk dok She fhf wan wal just Just tall motif rnolh rnolhto enough enoughto h hto
to poke her round chin over the ratline ratlineWell raiing raiingWel railingWehi
Well Wel sold the sergeant sergeantI
I want my baby I declared delared the small smallperson smallparson
person personYou p parsonYou < non nonYo
You Yo want Int your olr what hat asked uki McDonald McDonaldI
MI I want wat my baby It Il Its mine cause CnlB I 1found IrOlnd Ifound
found rOlnd It ItMcDonald ItlIoDnalt ItMcDonald
McDonald lIoDnalt didnt know kno what to make of ofhis ofhil ofhis
his hil little Ittlo visitor vsitor for a I few minutes Then Thenit
it I coma eal to him that the child chid wag W0 twelve twelveyearold tweheyearold twelveyearold
yearold Josephine JOephlne Rugulo nuglio of 413 43 East EastEighteenth Ent EntElghtlnth EastEIghteenth
Eighteenth Elghtlnth street tteet who found a twoweeks twoweeksold twowok
old aie baby deserted dCered In 1 the hallway hlwo of the thetenement thetenement he hetenmlnt
tenement tenmlnt where the Rugulos nugulOlvo live on Thurs Thursday Thu Thomday ¬
day morning moring The sergeant saw aw that this thiswas thl thlWI thiswas
was WI a moot mOt persistent pnltet little ltle mother motherWell motherIl motherWpli
Well Il Josephine JOphlno Bald Rd he when the big bigpoliceman bigpUcmn bigpdllceman
policeman pUcmn took your our baby bby away from you youyesterday youyesterday ou oueteray
yesterday eteray and your mother said her five fiveyoungsters fvo fvoYOlngtem fiveyoungetere
youngsters YOlngtem were e all al she could ould attend to tothey tothey tothey
they sent snt It to Bellevuo DllTIO Hospital Iospltal If I you youwill YOI youwiii
will 11 run around there thtr maybe mayb they will wll give giveit
it to you youThe youIe youIlio
The Ie child flew tcw out ou of the station ilaton house IIOUMand houl houland housend
and nd ran ra all al au the th way to Bellevue BellevueTo Bleve BleveTo
To the gateman gatemn she Ih sold 8ad Let t me MS MStho a seethe
the superintendent uperntendent If you please plla Ive Ivecomo Ivecome
come to got my baby babyThe bab babTle babyThe
The Tle gateman gatlmon nearly neay fell fel off oi hl bil hits choir choirfrom char charrrom chairfrom
from astonishment IMtonl hment but little lte Block Bltek Eyes Eyeshad Eyeshail
had a way with her and the superintendent superintendentwas 81prntendent 81prntendentwa
was wa sent Rnt for When Whtn Mr lUckard IUokr carao caraoJosephines caineJosephines ameJOphlnel
JOphlnel Josephines eyes eyO flashed nashe and she said saidI sad sadI
I camo for my baby bb that th the big police policeman plo ploman policeman ¬
man took tok away from me last Ilt night nght Please Plooaeget Plel PlelRet Pleaseget
get it right rght away I couldnt coulnt sleep slep a bit bitlost bitIMt bitlast
lost night for thinking thining about the th sweet sweetlittle syeeLHUe sweetlittle
little HUe thing so I ran away o1ay from home just justas jUt jUta
as a soon ta I had had hd my breakfast brMkrat I Ithink Itl Ithink
think tl nk I can get my m mamma mama to takq takl it itBut ItBut itBut
But what hat baby bby whoso wh0 baby bb child childWhat ohld ohldWhat childWhat
What are you rOi talking talkln about a akfd asked ked tho thosuperintendent thosuprntendet
superintendent superintendentThen suprntendet suprntendetThen 8 upenintendentThen
Then Josephine JOepl ne told her story all al au over overagain ofr ofragain overagain
again and ad the superintendent Huperintndet opened his hiseyes hl hiseyes
eyes eye wider Ider than the sergeant aergelt did Then Thenhe Thenhe Thenlie
he explained upLe to Josephine J08phie quite in the man manner manner mannncr ¬
ner of talking to a grownup gOWTIop that the baby babywns babyWi babywas
was Wi in I the hands hlM of a something Aomethin called calledthe cled cledthe caliedthe
the law lw and ad that it had hd to be b given to a asociety a8clety asociety
society 8clety that cares cres for deserted dert babies babiesJosephines babie babiesJosephines
Josephines J Ophnes face fac grew gw longer every eer word wordMr wordOlr wordMr
Mr Klckardspoke nckardapoke Then she asked Mkt with withtears ivithteam lh lhtMrs
tears dimming her bright
dimmg brght eyes eyesCant eye eyesCant
Cant I it itOf It0f
Cat even eve see Ae i
Of course cor you can said the superin superintendent 5Iper superintendent ¬
tendent tendentAn tendentA tendentAn
An A attendant attendlt took tok Josephine Jophe to the t babies babiesword bable babiesward
war word right rgt beside b ldo th 1 the hospital holt gate gt Titan TitanJosephine Ten TenJOphine ThenJosephine
Josephine JOphine begged bgg the t nurse Dn to I lt let t her hold holdthe holdth holdthe
the th baby a a few minutes minutesIts mut minutesIts
Its Il mine anyway anyay really rT and truly trulyshe trly trulyshe I IIhe
she Ihe said ed You ought to let me have it I a alittle alittie
little ltle while whileJosephines whileJophlnes whlleJosephines I
Josephines Jophlnes tears tea dried dr and the gloom glom die disappeared dlr dlrappe dieappeared ¬
appeared appe as I she took tk the mite nt in her arms armsTJien a armsrien
T TJien rien en the te nurse nur was waf called c0 away for a few fewminutes to fewminute5
minutes mlnute and ad sho leTt Josephine JOhlne cooing cig and andplaying andplayng andplaying
playing glee playng with lh the thl tiny tn foundling toundlng In high highglee hllh highglee I
As quick as the tG nurses nuIs bock was I turned turnedJosephine turnedJosephine
Josephine J phe caught cht the tle baby by up tightly thty in inher Inher inher
her arms a and scooted 8Ct for the hospital hoslt1 en entranco entrnc entrance
trance trnc She was WI running rng like lke a quail qul when whenthe whenthe Whenthe
the spied her and called to the
nurse nure sie ced gate gateman gat gateman ¬
man who stopped the runaway runawayBut rnaw runawayBut
But its mine mine and Im only taking tking it ithome Ithome ithome
home Insisted iillte Josephine JosephineThen JOphln JosephineThen
Then Ten they sent her away sobbing as asif aeI asIf
if I her motherly little Itl heart h8r would 1ould break breakAn hr breakArt
An A hour hou later she was back bek at Bellevue Bellevuewith flelhevuewith llcue llcuewith
with Mrs Rugulo RuguloIve nUglo nUgloIve ItuguloIve
Ive got five fve and ad Its about all al I can c do doto doto doto
to look after ater the thl dears del said Md she but butJosephine butJoephle botJosephine
Josephine Joephle is I Just jut so 8 set et on having havig the thl baby babythat babythat babythat
that Im willing wiig to take tae it and give giv It a ahome ahomo ahome
home homeIm homeIm
homoIm Im Im sorry IOr aid ad Supt Rickard Rlckardthink I Ithik 1think
think thik this child chid of yours our In i the telr theaort sort that thatought thatouht thatought
ought ouht to have her wish w but half hf an hour hourago hourag hourago
ago ag the te baby by was wuteawaybyMr taken away by byMr Mr Walker Walkerwho Walkerwho Walkerwho
who looks lob after ater the te foundlings toundllgs for the theCharity theChaty theCharity
Charity Chaty Organization Organizton Society let It I has b been bennplaced beenplaced
placed plce In an institution inettuton by this thi tint tintJosephine Uml theeJosephine
Josephine Jolphine gave gav a A wall wn of despair dear and andthe ad adthe andthe
the last B Blee Belierue llevua saw 8W of the Rugulo Rulo was wastho Wi weethe
the the child chid trudging trudgg homeward homewr by her hermothers hermothers hermothers
mothers mothers side Ide the te tears tean falling falinl fast fastCLEVELAND flt fltCUWXLAD fastCLEVELAJP
The Tl exPreildf pxPrldrnl nt Arrive Arln on R C Benedict BenedictTaeht Dlntll flenedletsYacht
Yacht and nd Goes 0 Fishing FlihlntBUZZARDS Fblns FblnsBUZ1j1DS FishingBUZZARDS
BUZZARDS BUZ1j1DS BAT Mass MM July 1 1Corn 1Cornmacdone Com Commodore ¬
modore moo E C Benedicts BnPlet1 steam Itm yacht YAht Oneida Oncldaarrived Oneldl Oneidaarrived
arrived arved here today tay having on board boar be besides h hesides ¬
sides Ilde her hlr owner oer Grover Orovr Cleveland Cleveld of Prince Princeton PrC Princeton ¬
ton tn and ad Dr Bryant Brant The Te yacht yaht anchored anchoredoff achor
off Gray Ory Gabion Gabl and od the party will w remain remainhere remin reminhere remainhero
here for a I week weekThe Wek cc ccThe I ITe
The Te neighbors nelRhbrs of Mr M Cleveland Clveld and the theboatmen theboatmen theboatmen
boatmen along aong the bay shore were on the thewatch theWatch thewatch
watch for the yacht yah at daylight daylght and as she shesteamed shestame shesteamed
steamed stame along alonj the narrow nl channel chael hearty heartycheers herty hertychers heartycheers
cheers chers echoed eho across acO the bay bayAnd and flags flagson fap
on the summer 8m r residences Ildeno along the shore shorewere shorewere shorewere
were dipped dipp in honor of the arrival allva of the theexPresident theexPidet theesPresident
exPresident exPidet Mr Cleveland Clevolad seemed med in inperfect Inprfet inperfect
perfect prfet health healthAs healh healhA healthAs
As A noon fon as the yacht come c to anchor anchoran achor achoro
an o officer was Wa sent Bt ashore Ihore with telegrams telegramsfrom tleg teiegranisfrom
from Mr llr Cleveland Cleveld to Mrs Mr Cleveland Cleeld at atSandwich atSdwich atSandwich
Sandwich Sdwich N II I announcing nouDel his h safe se ar arrival a arrival ¬
rival ryal The weather wether cleared cler at 11 oclock oclockand oolok oolokad oclockand
and ad Mr r Cleveland Cleveld Dr Bryant Brlt and Com Commodore Cornmacdome ¬ I
modore Benedict Belot came oa ashore Ihor and od spent spenta spnt spnta
a abort time tm in Gray GryOablCld GrayGables Gables and later looked lookedover loked lokedoer iookedover
over oer the improvements iprovemts that have 110 been beenmade bn bnmde beenmade
made mde during durig tho past pat year yearThis yearThis C
This ThL afternoon aftrnon the te party patr went fishing fishingfoivbottom fhig fhigrobottom fishingorbotWm
foivbottom fish 1h off of Wings Neck ek Joseph JosephJefferson JOph JOphJll JosephJefIrson
Jefferson Jll r an has ha arranged a fishing fhinr trip to toSandwich toSdwich toSandwich
Sandwich Sdwich eight eigt miles mJ from here her where whereboth wbllr whereboth
both bot he and Mr M Cleveland Ciyeld have well wellstocked wellstocked Wel
ate stocked trout trt brooks brooksCENTRE hrl brookCENTS
CENTS CaNJJ OSSIFH OUIU N H July 1 1Mn 1MnGrover 1MrsGrover Mrs MrsGrover
Grover Cleveland Cleeld and ad her children chdn ore oresummer aresummer
summer mer residents reldents of Now Hampshire to today t today ¬
day They arrived aved last lt night ngbt Hplr completing completingthe cmpletng cmpletngthe
the next nllx to the last lt stage Ilp of the journey JoUY
by special train trn which whloh blde besides the Imme Immediate irninedials ¬
lD lDdiat
diat dials pa family taly contained ontne a large lag company companyof
cmpy cmpyof
of friends frend who are a to spend epnd a season fn amont amontthe aon amon amonthe
the he Sandwich Bdwlo Hills HillsnrEciAi Hl HlPEA HillsSPECIAL
JULY JULTPtrla 4 4VU 4Vi
VU Vi PouurlraoU Ptrla lUtlrofcd IU Lest LN AUuUa UUo air Q
luo 1 P M 1 Moppluc > Dln Dr M Trrcton bJt New Ne Hnuuwick
CttuMth 4 Stwuk Cal Pirlor J o en e and l Jn1 dlolni dlolnicar
car urA urAIUIO carAda carAdani Ail AilKM
KM ni lo Albany Aby by Weit NI Short Sbor train lrn luvtB lssijajrsaig rrsak
serf1eetdr lit I ti m t LCO SO knit I Writ Cd d 81 I 111 It tvrr eny lenc > Blf srt t aDs Ca Catlttr aDsserf1eetdr
f I
I Ifrlptd 11 I nl Dig l Tno Met lf Out of 0 NrnantftM NrnantftMWanted Imhllp ImhllpI PlushVpWanted
I Wanted antd No 1 Little Ute Heroin oln ftforff ftforfffxnild PlterlesIAIlii ol olJIII
fxnild JIII 1ltlatnirg of 1 Hocoml Hond avenue wit witdriving WM WMdriving wasttrlvlng
driving a I tram of buys lo n victoria In IntVnlral II haCentral
Central < tral Park yesterday afternoon ntrnool when whentho whenthe fn fnthB
the horses IOtO took fright trRllt and Ind rnn away y
At EiRhtyflrst Eiy rIL street anti atit Dm 11 Knst RSt Drive Drivetho trlv trlvtho hiriyethe
tho horses hOMM crashed crMhe Into Int A Hoffman I0rran House Houselianeoin HnUe HnUeIaforn Ifousehansom
hansom Iaforn cab clb driven by James Jam Duffy nufy of I11 I11East J 1 1t 13 13Fnet
East t Twentythird street utrcetAn Mtrrt MtrrtAn streetAn
An uncommonly unornmonly pretty prety girl alr In II a lirono lironosilk bronzoIk broniosilk
silk Ik suit lult and lnd one of those thoo green gron and re rll rlllumm red redsummer l lsummer
summer lumm r garden half InI WAS Duffys DufYI faro She Shesaw SheIIW Shesaw
saw IIW tn the lia runaways rUIWa before IJroro the smash sth camo camoand Clml caineanti
and lnd tailing calIng to tho cabby to o pull pul hard to lostarboard toAlorbonrd tostarboard
starboard leaped Rim Shl escaped the le tangle tangleof taglo tagloof
of plunging horses hor M and Inc OCp then helped h lp Cop Cp
Devlin Devln extricate oxtrlclte Pittsburg rllJrg and Duffy ouly
When Devlin noln asked ktd her how 1C was that thatshe thatsho thatshe
she didnt lose 1010 her II r nerve she laughed Ilughl1 and andsaid andIlld andsaid
said Illd IlldFor
For Heavens IeavI1 sakedo ake do I look like lke one oneof on oneor
or thoseshrleky thoselhrieky weepy wally waI11omen1 waI11omen1Whats women womenWhats womenVhats
Whats your name mftom mom asked ankadDevlin askedDerhin
Devlin DevlinExciwo Dovln DovlnEcu DerhinExetaso
Exciwo Ecu e me said aid the f rlrlI girl lrl I dont wont wontnvery wontAvery wantevery
Avery paper In N Nw w York to print pretty prettylittle prettyIUle prettylittle
little IUle hrrolno yarns about me Im Imneither I Ineiher Irp Irpneither
neither neiher actress actr l nor divorcee Im Implain juji jujiplain J Jplln
plain plln girl girlTen girtThen f fThen
Then Ten she hailed halpd a passing palng cab and left leftthe I leftthe rt rtthe
the cop coJ staring openeyed openeyedPiUeburg oponeye oponeyedPittsburg
PiUeburg Pitburg and Duffy Duly wore rhaken rhllken up upbut upbut upbut
but not much hurt hurtMCIETY hurtOCtETI hurtlodEn
nilllni lmln and nd Bathe Dldl of Philadelphia Ihladrlphll Fight FightTwenty FiIhtTweiaty
Twenty Tfelty Bound to a Flnltht FlnlthtPHILADELPHIA FlnllhPIWDELPUU FlnhshPIfiMDELPuIA
PHILADELPHIA PIWDELPUU July i ITo To settle a agrudge agrudKe agrudge
grudge Charles CarlC Willing Wiing and F Cadwallader CadwalladerDade Cadwalader CadwaladerDllde CadwalladerDade
Dade both of whom are well el known socially sociallyfought lolaly lolalytoght sociallyfought
fought toght twenty rounds last night to settle settlea eette eettegdge
a grudge gdge and Willing WUlng was proclaimed prlaimed the therlotor theTlotr theylotor
rlotor Tlotr The Te fight tght which was WI witnessed Wltn0 by bya
tow of the friends of the
a men was 1 lively livelyfrom lely lelyfrom livelyfrom
from tho start startThe ftart ftartTe startThe
The Te men fought because they had n tiff tiffon tll tllon tiffon
on the streets strets several loveral weeks woks ago in which whichDade whlohDade whichDade
Dade slapped 80ppe Willing WIlng In the face Willing Willingwas WUlng WUlngwa
was wa hot and fnd Dado Ddo didnt object objet to the row rowgoing rowgoing rowgoing
going still stl further furtherIt flrthar flrtharIt
It had ba been bn agreed agred that the fight fght should shouldbe shouldb shouldbe
be b to a finish fnish and It went wfnt to the twentieth twentiethround twenteth twentethround twentiethround
round with neither of the combatants combatantshaving ombtan ombtanhvg combatantshaving
having hvg gained gaine any apparent apparet advantage advantageToward avltage avltageToward advantageToward
Toward Toward the end of this ths round rond Willing Wilng landed landeda landedblow
a blow that resulted rulo in a a knockout A for former formorYaeoromanwlretere formen ¬
men morYaeoromanwlretere Yale oarsman was referee refereeDad refereeDade I
Dad married mare Frances FrancE Rawle Rwle Pemberton Pembertonnn I Ian
an actress actr 1Ulng Willing Is a relative rrlUe of Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn MrsJohn
John Jacob Astor AfitorMISS Altor Altorlfi5 Astoruiss
MISS lfi5 VAX 1A ALEX AI ALE WAS fAS AGHY AGHYWanted 4VGI1Yanted tGlr tGlrantrc
Wanted antrc anted Cuttom inspectors Inllou to Pins Ilrr IlrrWithouta lr lr1fthout JierWithout
Without 1fthout a Declaration DeclarationHOSTOK Dtolalton Dtolalton10s0N DrelarationI3osmor
HOSTOK 10s0N July i 1Ml Mim May Van Alen Alendaughter Alendlughter Aloedaughter
daughter dlughter of James Jomel J Van Alen of New NewI NewYork NewYork
I York vas one of the passengers pnler returning returningfrom returl <
from Europe Europ on tho White Wte Star Str liner lDr Re Republic R Republic ¬
public publc Miss 1 Van IU Alen had quito qut a tilt tiltwith tit titwith tiltwith
with customs inspectors hor
Cllom IIRpCtOt over baggage baggagebut
but finally fnly capitulated capitulatedWhen rpltulated rpltulatedWen capitulatedWhen I
When Wen the inspectorsasked Inspctorlked Miss Mi Van VanAlen VanIen VanAlert
Alert Ien if i chn lie had prepared ppard a I declaration of oftho ortho ofthe
tho contents of her trunks trunkI she said It was wasan we wasan
an lD insult Inut to oak ak a I woman of her standing standingto
to file tle a declaration decaraton and aOI thieatencd thllotened to com complain cm cmplain cornplain ¬
plain to her father rRthr She said she never neverhad Der Derhld neverhad
had hld to declare her luggage IJgggo when hn entering enteringnt nterlngat
at New ew York
The he Inspectors InPetors tried trltd to explain X plain that the thelaw the11w thelaw
law 11w did not nt allow aIow them to recognize rcnize any anysocial anyoa anyserial
social oa I distinctions dltnctonl between behn passengers pngolfl and andfinally lnd lndfnaly andfinally
finally fnaly told Miss Ml Van Alen that she h would wouldhave wouldh8e wouldhave
have to make mko out the declaration decaraton or remain remainon rmain rmainon
on board boar After Alr nn hours hOlrs delay the young youngwoman youngwoman youngwoman
woman concluded concludfd to make out tho deem declaration dem demration deemration ¬
ration rationTUIXK rationTRl rationTfiIVK
Nntplcltn of Suicide tulclde In Case Cs of Capt apt pt Met Metcall Metal MeteaRl
call al Drowned Dro1nr While 1lle at Work WorkCHKSIKII 1hrkCI JorkCifimaran
CHKSIKII CI r Pa P I July Jul I JCapt 1Capt Capt George GeorgeH Gerge GergeH
H Motcalf Metcf formerly of New York who whowas whowas whoW
was W in charge chrg of the divers dhel engaged engagedin
in i deepening depning the Delaware River Ivlr channel channeloff channelof
off of Schooner Shoner I Lodge dge near here her was Wa drowned drownedtoday drownedtoday
today oay in a peculiar pliar manner mannerTho mannerTho mannerThe
Tho men on the Government Goverment dredge dredgeG dredgeGsa
G Gsa n Newton had difficulty difculty with the drills drillsand drlll drillsand
and ad Capt Cpt Mctcalf Metcl donned a divers dlverl uniform uniformand uniformand
and od went down doW in twenty feet of water waterHo watr watrHe waterHe
He had h not been bn at the bottom botom long when whenhe whenhe hen henhe
he gave Iave a tug at the signal Blgl line lne and was wasquickly wasquoldy wasquickly
quickly quoldy hauled baule to the th surface 8urac When Wen pulled pulleden
on the te deck dek of the dredge drPg he was WR dead deadTha dea deadThe
The Te helmet had h come cme off offThe oi offThe
The Authorities Ulhorite here believe bte that Metcatf Metcatfhod Metalf Metalfho Metcalfhad
had ho arranged arrnged the helmet helmlL headgear hedger so as asto asto
to commit cmmt suicide sulolre The body was Wi turned turnedover turnt turnedover
over to Coroner Cronr Edward FAwar 8 Fry who U Umaking I ismaking
making mg an a investigation invetigaton Mctcalf had been beenin ben benIn beenin
in a very cr sullen Aulen mood mod for several days darl and andhia andhill andhis
hill tripto trip tniptothe tie < he bottom of the river this th after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon ¬
noon was voluntary voluntry as ho Io Insisted In81 11 In going goingdown goingdow goingdown
down dow in place pie of the tla diver who wh was to tohave tohae tohave
have made Ide the thorepaira thorepairaNO repairs repairsA0
A0 0 SVSflAY StIXDt F GAMES GUI S FOR OR MOXEV MOXEVOrder 10r1 10r1nrdfl Y YOrders
Order nrdfl Wren ln to Arrest Aret Ball Bll Players Pa1fi and andHore andSoore nri nriScore
Score Hore Card Sellers HellrrPolios Stlrr StlrrPolc SellersPolice
Police Polc Commlssloftcr Comblo er MoAdoo McAdo has hal given giveninstructions g giveninstructions fn fnIftrcton
instructions Iftrcton to Deputy Commissioner Commllloner Farrell Farrcllof Farl
of the boroughs of Brooklyn Brookly and Queens Queensto Quenl
to t stop stp all Sunday baseball bebal games came to which whichan
an admission al lon fee fe of any kind Is charged chargedby chrge
by the arrest art of all al the participants prclpnts Includ Including Incu Includleg ¬
ing the players umpire uplro and score card cardsellers crd cardsellers I
sellers lel Commissioner McAdoo McAdo banes b his hisorder lilaorder i iorer
order orer on tho recent rent decision deision of Justice JusticeGay Justce JusticeGaynor I IGaynor
Gay Gaynor nor who held that It Is against aglnat the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law to charge admission admlon to ball bal games gme or orany orany orany
any other kind of sport spr on Sundays SundaysDeputy Sunday SundayaDeputy
Deputy Commissioner CommlAloner Farrell Farl has hA been beendirected bn bndiree beendirected
directed diree to notify 10tty the captains cptins in whose whoseprecincts whoseprecincts hole holeprincts
precincts princts games gaml are played plye that they will willbe Wmbe willbe
be held responsible rOpnslble for tho enforcement tntorement of ofth otlhl ofthe
th lhl the order orer There is to be no interference interferencewith Interernce IntererncewlL interferencewith
wlL with ball bl playing on Sunday Sudoy merely aa I a apastime aptme apastime
pastime pastimePHIKSTS ptme ptmePBIE pastimePRZLSTS
Plant Pla to Have Each Jlh Lrtttr LUrr Hrprrsrntrd Hrprrsrntrdby HepeenWd HepeenWdby
by a Mnslcal Torn TornWILKESBAIIBK TonIILEB8AIIE TentWiLnaaunn
WILKESBAIIBK ILEB8AIIE Pa July 1 tFather tFatherJoelh 1FatherJcaieli Father FatherJoseph
Joelh Joseph Murgaa Murga of this city the priest priet who whois whopertlng whois
is perfecting pertlng wireless a l1l telegraph telegrh system systemthe ltem ltemth systemthe
the th invention Invlntr of which he had patented patentedon paten patenon
on May hlayIOarranged al0lg 10 arranged today toa to locate lot a eta station et etation ¬
tion t0n at Scranton mnton twenty t1entj miles mlM from here ber
He will 1 then carry cr on a series sre of expert expcrireprcseut eper expertmeets
meets to perethl perfecthis apparatus apparatusIlls
11 Ills Iln ilan cll calls for tle the mualc musical tones to torepJ torepresent
represent repJ lt the dots and dashes dh of the Morse Morsesyntem Mor Morsesystem
system In the to local locl experiments he has hasconducted b hasconduoted
conducted conuo ho has h used ul only two tones tonesone tone tonesono
one to represent rlprNnt the th dot dot and the t other the thaparatus thi
dh dash le lie hoP hopes now to peret perfect nn ap appatus opperatus
paratus patus by which whch each eoh letter of the alphabet alphabetmay alphbt alphbtmy alphabetmay
may my be b represented rpJent by a tone and In this thisway thl thla thisway
way a gain gIn speed speedMrs spe speedMrs
Mrs 1 RUjrbrlck IUbrle to t Be B Released Rele goon goontl Son Sonpc Soonsa
tl sa pc Ul Cabs C Dnptte Dp la Tm Ta Tia Sex SexIxmno S SexLoxnoit
Ixmno III July Ju 1 tI 1it ItU I Is tated that tt Mn MnMaybrick MRIybrck MrsMyblck
July JUI Maybrick Iybrck will rIlL 1 be b relNued relMlt at lt the end ed of ofJuly o ofJuly
nan WIF tCIIEhII EM K ot l IAnKKivs lAI1 rniK rniKTO IlItVIS IlItVISTO fIJS
It I I iIta lie h TlmMlonorril TIIllno tested of Ufin Verne Verneera1i < H Hrrallo
rrallo IrHo ionrrnllonf onntl Cats t he Done Oln Ay Ayffllli A AWUh Awaywit
ffllli wit They Iry My Hid II Nnmlnitlen Nlmlnton mil miln WillBa I
n Ba e fore Ortaln ertatnftryan llrycn C fit < o Flint FlintHT FightHr lh lhHT
HT Louis LVl LouisJuly July I > Slnoo flnc Slnooearlytatarnorn Slnooearlytatarnornlag OA rty rl this thll morn mornIng mornInj
lag Inj there tins been 1 a 1 pnr fNIAtont persistent ltcnt report repr that thatwhen thatwhtn thatwhen
when whtn the Democratic I > morato notional notonal committee eomrnltloomeets ecmmlto committeemeets
meets Ilt to t make rak tho arrangements for the theconvention theconventonn theconvcntionaatrong
convention conventonn convcntionaatrong a strong effort eror will tI be > made ne by bythe bythe bythe
the conservative conltaUvl members memlJn of that body b1 to tosecure toHIUr tosecure
secure HIUr the adoption of a recommendation recommendationthat rlomm nda lon lonthat
that the te e convention oonvnt n of 1904 114 depart depr from fromthn rromthf fromthe
the thf ancient ancent Democratic Droratlo practice pratc of requir requiring Julr JulrInl requirleg ¬
leg Inl a candidate candlrat for the th nomination nomlnton for for1renldent rorJrlldent forlresident
1renldent Jrlldent to have the votes vot of twothirds twothirdsof twothlr
of tho delegates in order orer to s Hure secure mro the theprim theprlr theprim
prim primIt prlrJt
It wan A said at the Jefferson where whorel All iI of ofthe atthe ofthe
the party pltyleot loaders who have arrived arved in town townare townare townare
are niaklng mking their daytime daytme headquarters headquartersthat hduael hnadtuartorethat
that the friend IrlM of Judge Judg Parker who be bellevo beIBve behove
hove IBve that he will wi have a a majority of the thevotes thevote thevotes
votes vote in i the convention onvpntlon think that they theymay thermy theymany
may my bo b able to have hovo the national natona commit committee comnt comnttee ¬
tee make this recommendation remmedaton and Id if iftheir Iftheir ittheir
their arithmetic arlthlneto Is I not all al wrong they bo bollevo b behove
hove levo that they wilt i be able to t carry car the therecommendation ther therecommendation
recommendation r on tho floor for of the con convention conventon conventlon ¬
vention ventionIt
venton ventonI
It I U I feared fer by them that unless unll 1hl this is isdone I isdone
done tho radical element In the
raicl elemCt party partyfriendly prty prtytrledly partyfriendly
friendly trledly to Cot William Wiim J Bryan Dran and ad to toWilliam toWiim toWilliam
William Wiim R Hearst Helt may be b ablo to form forma
a combination cmbiton that will wi make things un uncomfortable uncomforble oncomfortable ¬
comfortable comforble when the time comes cmel to nomi nominate nomlnate norninate ¬
nate a candidate ondldate Exactly Exaoty how they will willbring wi willbring
bring about abut this change II Is still lUl under con convideratlon canIldemton consideratlon
videratlon videratlonThe Ildemton IldemtonTe sideratlonThe
The Te national na lonal committee cite recommends to totho totho tothe
tho convention the organizationTho
cnvcnton temporary tmpor organization orgolzUonTha
The chairman chal of tho national ntlnal committee committeecall cmmitee cmmiteecall committeecalle
call call the convention cnventon to order orer The busi business bUline buainess ¬
ness ne of the convention conventon is then to listen listento
to the calling cUng of the temporary tmporar roll rol and andto andto andto
to form ror tho tl tli committees committe on resolutions rPolutlol and andrules andrlle3 andruies
rules rlle3 permanent pnnanentorglitn organization and ad contests contestsTho contt8 contt8Tho contestsThe
Tho committee cmitee on rules nl would be b the thebody theby thebody
body by from trm which the formal fonnll recommenda recommendation remmenda remmendaton ¬
tion ton to t change the manner of nominating nominatingwould nominatng nominatngwould nominatingwould
would como before bror the convention conventonld and this thisis thillIA thisis
is made up lp of ono member memor from each eoh State StateTerritory Stat StateTerritory I ITeitor
Teitor Territory District Ditrict or other political pllteal unit unitrepresented unl unlroproJ unitrepresented
represented roproJ In the convention conventionTho conventon I
Tim ie delegation from each political pltcal unit unitmeets unitmets unitmeets
meets mets prior to tho convention cnventon and decides decidesupon dacld dacldIpon decidesupon
upon Ipon the men me who shall 8hl represent rprfont It in each eachof Mchor eachof
of these thee committees commltl Any recommenda recommendation rcomenda ¬ I Itlon
tion by the national nntona committee ommltee would have haveto hae haveto I Ito
to be passed pMO upon upn first frst by the committee committeeon commite
on 01 rules rleAnd and next by b the thl convention conventionIt cnenton cnentonI
It I may bo b interesting IntrAtng to point pint out that thatwhilo thatwhlo thatwhile
while whlo it has hl been bh tho Democratic Demoratlo custom customto cUtom cUtomto
to require rulre a candidate Cndldat for tho nomination nominationfor nominaton nominatonfor
for President Preident to get the votes votl of two twothirds two twothirds
thirds of the members membrs of the convention conventionthe
the platform pltfonn and the rules rM of tho body by are aroadonted areadopted
adopted by a majority vote
Hence Henc If Judge Parkers friends control controla cntrol cntrola
a majority majoriy of the members membro of the conven convention onven onventlon convention ¬
tion when hen tho time comes oom for the per permanent pr prment permanent ¬
manent ment organization organizton and tho adoption adopton ad ption of ofrules ofrle otrules
rules rle or at tho second Icond session 8e1on of the con convention conTenton conventiori ¬
vention Tenton they will wl be able to put pt the ma majority majority majorlty ¬
jority rule nie through throUlh regardless regmlCs of the recom recommendation reom reommendation recoinmendation ¬
mendation of the national natonal committee commite or orof orof orof
of the committee commite on rules rulesAll rle rulesAU
All that Uat will wil be necessary DI will w be for some somedelegate somedellglle sometielegate
delegate dellglle to tl get et the chairmans ehana eye and move movethat moyethat movethat
that the twothirds rule nie be not adopted adoptedIf adopt
If I a majority of the convention cnventon arc in Iroor Iroorot favor favorof favorof
of changing the practice of the
cbAngg practc party they theycan theycn theycan
can cn do it It There Tere la I nothing nothingtoprevent to prevent Irevent thorn thornfrom tem temrrom thornfrom
from doing so for the te convention is the thesupreme thesuprme thesupreme
supreme suprme court and legislative 10gilathe body boy of the theparty thepatT theparty
party patT and from rrm its Is decision deillion no appeal appa can canbe rn rnbe canbe
be taken takenTho t4kenThe takenThe
The twothirds twotbld rule rle was WI adopted adopt seventy seventyyears Bvent Bventyeal seventyyears
years yeal ago when hen the practice protoo of allowing allowingthe alowing alowingthe
the members of to make the
membr Congress Cogrlt party partynominations partynomatoM partynominations
nominations nomatoM was ended ende by the tle voters votl who whofelt whotelt whofelt
felt that tat In usurping uurping the te right rht to t name the thecandidate te tecddt thecandidate
candidate cddt for the highest hlghet office offic In I the te land landtho ld ldtho landthe
tho members of Congress Conr were taking tking to tothemselves tothemv tothemselves
themv themselves a 0 power that might miht prove to be bedangerous bedangerou bedangerous
dangerous dangerou to the country countryWhen countr countryhon
When Whe hon the convention cOlyeton plan was 8 adopted adoptedthe
the old custom custm of having the te States Stt vote voteas voteas ote
as 1 units unis was a preserved prore Just ju t as it had origi originated originated originated ¬
nated in the Congressional Conr lonl cauC caucused This Thiswarned Thisseemed
warned tmed to make moke It necessary n r that some something lome lomething something ¬
thing more than a majority majorit should bo rn rnqulred reqitired
qulred for nomination nominaton Later Lter the slave slaveStates 8IaeStAt slaveStaten
States StAt insisted InsLt on the twothirds twothird rule nle In Inorder Inorder inorder
order that their grip on the thf party par should shouldI shouldremain houldremain
remain unbroken unbrokenI unbrokenMany unbrokenMany
I I Many times tml It has been ben proposed to toabrogate toabrogat toabrogate
abrogate abrogat the therule rule but In spite of the theltrong theltrongIUPPOr strong strongsupport strongsupport
support IUPPOr the efforts ellor have never neer been bfn sue successful IUO IUOclful suecesafuh ¬
cessful clful It 1 is I said now that the ie friends friendsof fritnl
of Judge Judgl Parker believe beleve that they the will w be bostrong beRtroD bestrong
strong RtroD enough to force the change and nndthat andthat andthat
that once broken brken no further effort ellor will willbe wi willhe
be hf made In future futur Democratic Doorato conven conventions conyonion conventions ¬
tions ion to revive the present prcent custom customIt cRtm cRtmI
It I is expected oxpted that tt if the effort ttor is made madethe madethe madethe
the friends trend of Mr Hearst Hert and Mr Bryan Bryanwill Bran BranwU Bryanwill
will wU make a desperate deprte fight fRh to retain retin the thetwothirds thetnthlrA thetwothirds
twothirds tnthlrA rule rle Through Throu h Its Is operation operationthey oprton oprtonthey operationthey
they they might bo h placed plac in a most ad ndvnntageous advantageus advantageotill
vnntageous vantageus position piton to make trades tre dic dictate dictte dietate ¬
tate tte the th platform > latCorm and even eve change the thoname tl thename
name nme of the candidate cndidate Tonight Tonght It was wassaid W1
said sll that the Parker people peple would wOlld make makea
a 0 careful oretul survey of the convention onventon before beforethey bfore bforethey beforethey
they decided deided finally fnly on what wht course OUt0 to topursue topuue topursue
pursue pursueMltS puue puueuns pursueMRS
Thief Tlef Gets ru > 4ew > I w York Womans Diamond DiamondIn mamonIn
In itlt n Clrmrni CrmpD Mich MichMOUNT llb lieh liehMoutv
MOUNT MOU T CUEIUCKB CmzatimNsMichJuly MichJuly IchJuIT 1 IM 1hfrand 1hfrandMrs Mr and andMrs AndMr
Mrs Mr Charles Chle H Furst Frst of New York city citywho ciy citywho
who with ih their thei young daughter are stop stopping stopPing ¬ I IpinK
at tim Park Hotel robbed of
ping tlJlarkUotel were Wer about abouttJOOO aboutooo
tJOOO O ooo worth of diamonds dionds some time tme ycster ycstertlav YMterdl yestorday
dl day afternoon afternoonTho aftlrOD aftlrODtho afternoonllto
Tho diamonds wore in a trunk tMlk in Mrs MrsFunts Mr MrsFunts
Funts Fnts room rm They consisted con8Lt1 of a 1500 1500broooh 15 1 1brooch
broooh rings rng pins plD pendants PndAnt Ao o Tho Inn Inntrnk Fb Fbtrunk
trunk trnk was WI looked lOl and ald the thief thlr must eo have havohad hYe hYehd havehad
had hd a a key an the lock had been bn turned turnedbock turnedbk turnedback
bockMr bk bkMr
Mr and Mrs rs Furst Fursancl and their daughter daughterwent dughfr dughfrwent daughterwent
went to Mount Clemens about two weeks weeksago weeksago weeksag I
ago Their Teir homo Is II lit h the Son S Jacinto Jaclntoapartment Jacintopren Jacintoapartments I
apartment ag at 20 2 East Et Sixtieth Siteth street atret It Uwas Itwa itwas
was wa pren said ad there ther last night that tt Mr r Furtt FurttI Fnt FntII
I II a retired tr broker brker brokersnd and nll well wel weilto to do Xcnhlng lhlng
had ha bean be heard he heiardof of f the robbery robberyMAYOR rbbr rbbrVAIOB robberyMAYOR
Tolrdoi olpdo Golden Rule Rne Executive Exeutn Not Nolpet1 Ex Expected R Rported ¬
ported pet1 to Recover RecoverTOLEDO Belyt RecoverTotzoo
TOLEDO TOLD Ohio July Juy 1 1Ooldf tGoldan Golden Rule RuleMayor HuleMayor RuleMayor
Mayor Sam S am Jones is a very Tryelok sick man and andhim andhl andhis
him hl friend trend fear fea that be will 1 not live lve more morethan mor morethan
than tha fortyeight tolght hours bun A bronchial broll sb sboeas ab absoese
oeas bin hi strength strengthHo stgth stgtho has b broken brken and ad is I slowly tloW11 undermining udel
Ho o refuses to admit adt that tht he U seriously seriouslyofficial oll
official l omcl Ill od and rU affairs affairsBmjr aaln affairsIii b has a all dy day kpt kept In clOe close tOlrh touch wih wihomcl wit witotilcial
18 Iii Bmjr III u the Braoklra r k1ja Cltlm CltlmOae OIU
Oae 00 CaU OAI CsfliA1 Atr
Will 1 Ak A k Him 1m rVHtiorrew 1tC la Help 111 Amt Amtlie Alongtile e
tie tile lie IfvHftnd llenm llenm9wclal fleernqpetaf n nlpal
9wclal OMI b nu11 nnpaltt h it I Tim l SBH SBHIOHDON ROi Rvw1otwoi
IOHDON July 1 IFotmtr 1Former Former Mayor Vnu VnuWyck Vil VatatWyck
Wyck of How York will w go O to Wantage on onSunday onSunday
Sunday with lh a definite c OnU political pltco I mission missionIp mlflon mlflont
Ip t Induce IntlC1 Richard mchnd Crokpr Crklr to oxnrt nrt hi his In Influence In111Ico Infttienco ¬
fluence 111Ico to restore harmony between hetltt ex exSenator oxSenator I ISonRtor
Senator Murphy nnd Charles Carl Murphy the thahead thehMd thehead
head of of Tammany Tammny Hall Hal do o that In the event eventof eventof Wentof
of Judge Jldgo Parker falling taln to t obtain btln tho nom nomination nomlnton nommellon ¬
mellon lnton on tho firm r t or Meoml second nd ballot halnt At the thnDemocratic IhoImoratle theDemocratlo
Democratic Imoratle national Mtonal convention cnvtnlron the ho Ip IpStnto ipStato p pStato
Stato delegates dnl ate find Tammany lmmlny may mlY unite uniteupon unlo unloupon uniteupon
upon Mr Cleveland Coeland M I the Ife Presidential Presidentialnominee PrCldentol PrCldentolnomine Presidentialnominee
nominee nomineeIt nomine
It Is i known desplto dMpltt despiteMt Mr Von an Wycks Wyckssilence Wyekelence Wyokssilence
silence elence that he In common cmmon with wih leading leadingNew leadingN leadingNew
New N York Democrat Dorat believes b1evM that Mr MrCroker MrCroker MrCroker
Croker is i ii the only man who can an achieve achievethis ach achievethis Ife Ifethill
this result resultMr rllt rlltMr resultMr
Mr Croker Coler so 10 for fl maintains malntlne his hI resolve resolvenot rtlolve rtlolvenot resolvenot
not to engage in I politics plUM but It Is hoped hopedthat hopedthat
that tht his hi high opinion of Mr Van Va Wyck Wyckwill Wyckwlltod Wyckwill
will wlltod lead him to yield yeld to the tl present prOent request roqurctFATAL rcuNt rcuNtFATA requestFATAl
Government Gnnrnmllt Minister lnlltt Hills Kis a Member Inlbtr of ofParliament ofPallmelt ofParliament
Parliament ParliamentIpecttl Pallmelt Pallmeltpal ParliamentpectiJ
pal Cable Dfipattn lupaWI 10 Tim TlB SUN SUNATHENS SUNoTIE8 SexkTiLFJ8
ATHENS oTIE8 July 1 1A A duel with pistols pistolswas pi pistolswas t
was WI fought today between btwen M AI Stain Stal Minis Minister Mlnillter Mintster ¬
ter of Worship Worhip and Instruction Instruoton and M MHazzipetros MUaulpetrol Mllazzipetros
Hazzipetros Uaulpetrol a 0 member membr of the Boule Bul or orParliament orParlaent orParliament
Parliament Parlaent The Tle latter laler was o killed killedI kied kiedtLE killedY1ILE
nollln nln II I Burr LAM L Ills Ili Life Lfe Attempting AtUmptlnrto At mptn mptnto
to Have lve Student StudentsCanes Cne Capdzed CapdzedPOBT c1d c1dPOIT Eapsizedlonv
POBT POIT JEBVIB JEJVl8 N Y 1 July 1 IRoli lRohlin lRohlinH Rollln RolllnH
H Burr an I Instructor Instretor In the Yale forestry forestrysohool forestryschool
school was wa drowned in the Delaware DelawareRiver DelawllreRve DelawareRiver
River Rve near Milford Mlor Pa at noon non today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The body has not been b recovered recoveredMr rNVre
Mr Burr was M canoeing caoing with several severalstudents seerolstudets severalstudents
students studets of tho forestry toretr school lohol with whom whomhe whomhe whomhe
he was BJ camping cping back bck of GeUsie Geltalt Bulls BullsThe Bil DullsThe
The boat in I which were wor two to of the boys boysand boysand
and ad Mr Burr Bur was capsized copI1d Mr Burr was wasdrowned wandro wasdrowned
drowned dro < d In attempting attemptig to save ve the boy boyThey ho hoTy boysThey
They Ty were ere afterward aterard rescued
Beginning Dpsnlnl at the Bottom DUol and nd learning larntc the thertallroad thenllroad theRailroad
Railroad Business BtutneMSAN Dmtnt DmtntSAS BusinessSA
SAN SA FJUNCIHCO F A ClfCO July 1 tAmong Among the themen themen themen
men who struggle with trunks and bag baggage bag bagRage baggage ¬
gage at the Sixteenth Sbtcnth street 8trot streetotation station staton In 1 ihOak ihOakland Oak Oakland OaklAnd ¬
land is I Charles Chauncey Cauncy Stlllman Stima son ln of ofJames ofJame ofJames
Jame James Stillman Stilman president prldent of the National NationalCity NationalClt NationalCity
City Clt Bonk Bak of New York YorkYoung YorkYoung YorkYoung
Young Stillman Stlman has set out to learn lea the therailroad theralroad therailroad
railroad ralroad business bu lne I and od to gain practical practicalexperience practc practicalexperience
experience experienc In every branch Before Befor he hebecame hebame hebecame
became bame a baggage man mn he spent spnt several severalweeks severalweeks
weeks weks at Truckeo working aa a section 8Itlon hand handand hld hldand handand
and then served sere as 1 handy hdy man m about a eta station al etation ¬
tion in northern norther California Corl Stlllman Stil en enjoy enjoy enjoys ¬
joy no privileges priviege but puts on overalls overallsnnd over11 over11nnd overallsand
nnd does do hU h share sha of tho work as o on I or ordinary ordinar ordinary ¬
dinar dinary employee employt on the Southern Pacific PacificEXCrXEER Pacfc Pacfc1OIEER PacificENGINEER
I In Leaned < nrt1 Out of a window Windowin lelo In a Cut and W WStrnrk Was WaaStrntk WasStruck
Struck by a Rock RockWESTBOBO Rot flockWminono
WESTBOBO Mass July 1 1WhIle While driving drivinghis drivlnlhi
his hi engine at the rate of fifty fty miles mie an hour hourtoday hourtody hourtoday
today tody Clarence Clarenc Cudworth on engineer enginer on ontho ontbe onthe
the Boston and Albany Railroad Riroad was in inHtantly Intntly instantly
Htantly tntly killed kie Cudworth had hae just whistled whistledfor whistledfor
for tho approach opprooh to Wqrccster Wqrcter as he was wasabout wasabout M Mabout
about to enter pntlr what Is known as the Deep DeepCut Dep DepCut DeepCut
Cut CutHe Cutle Cutlie He le leaned ICno for out of tho window with withhis withliis wih wihh
his h hand still Ul on Oi the thO whistle cord when whenhis wbenhis whenhis
his head struck a 0 projecting projetng piece of rock rockkilling roc rockkilling
killing kiln him Instantly Intnty The To Impact Ipact of tho thostone thoAtne theatone
stone Atne threw tew Cudworth Cudworh across acrB the air brake brakelover brke brkelever brakelever
lever and the train was brought to a sudden middenatop sudden6tOp suddenetch
Georges Brother Inthu Retraced Rrltald From FOt Ohio OhioPenitentiary OhioPtnttenlary OhioPenitentiary
Penitentiary Ptnttenlary by President Peltdet Roosevelt HootercltCINCINNATI ROOIcl RooseveltCINOINITAt
CINCINNATI CINoNATI July 1 1Jim Jim Consldlne Cnidine who whowas whowas
was 1 sentenced aentenc to five fve years In the State StatePenitentiary Stt StatePenitentiary
Penitentiary Pnlentary at Columbus Columbul by the Federal FederalCourt Feeral FeeralCour FederalCourt
Court Cour In this th city cty for robbing a pout t office officeat offic officat officeat
at CJranville ranile Ohio of siico 1500 16 was WI released releasedfrom rclted rcltedfrom releasedfrom
from from prison today toay through President PresidentRoosevelts Plldent PlldentROevelLB PresidentRoosevelts
Roosevelts ROevelLB pardon pardonConsldlnes paron paronCOMldlneA pardonConaldines
Consldlnes term of imprisonment would wouldhave wouldha8 wouldhave
have been bn completed tomplltl in September as a it ithad Ithad ithad
had been hln considerably shortened Ahorone by good goodbehavior Ro goodbehavior
behavior George Gerge ConsTdino the New York Yorksporting Yorksporlng TonIcsporting
sporting sporlng man mn who is jejims s Jims brother worked workedassiduously workedlduoully workedasskluotisly
assiduously lduoully to secure 8IUre the pardon pardonSTAATSXEITtXd pardonST4TS pardonSTA4TSZEITO
City Ot Ity Begins Dplln Proceedings Proeepdlnll lo 0 Condemn Condlmn It Itfor Itfor Itfor
for a Bridge Terminal TerminalCorporation TtrmlnalCorprRtlon TerminalCorporation
Corporation CorprRtlon Counsel Delany Ielnny took the thefirst theIrt thefirst
first Irt step yesterday toward tho tearing tearingdown tlarlng tlarlngdown tearingdown
down of buildings buldln on the block blok between betweentho htwn htwnlhe betweenthe
the Brooklyn Brokly Bridge entrance entrano and Duane DuaneHtroot DuaneAtrr Diannestreet
street Atrr and Id between lton Park row and Centre Centrestreet Centr centrestreet
street str t for the building buldinK of the new no Bridge Brldgnterminal Brldf Bridgeterminal
terminal filing Ilng a IU Ii penderw pnden against agalrt the thuproperty thepropryae thoproperty
property propryae and advertising advlrtblnl that he intended intendedmaking Intende intendedmaking
making mking application applcation to tho Supreme Court Courton Cur
on Jnly 14 for the appointment appintment of a com commission commllon cornmission ¬
mission mllon to condemn the property proprty to be boacquired beacuir beacquired
acquired acuir for the site In ten rn days dny a com commission rm rmmislon cornmission ¬
mission mislon will wl l he > e appointed applntl and as soon son ns nsthe nsthe itsthe
the appraisals apllraua are Ir outdo mldo the propert proprt lea leaIncluding 1MIncluding leaincluding
Including the StaattZeitung Sfaal ZIilu building bllldlng will willbe willbe I
be taken tken over by the city et etIU1TI cityIItYTI
Give Ghr Satisfaction Ha laaelon to France lnte and Germany Germanyj nrrml
j for the 8tonn Stoning of MtnUtrr MtnUtrrWASHINGTON Mlnllpri MlnllpriASRNGTON 3llnlstersVABriiHOroM
WASHINGTON ASRNGTON July JulY1Wlam i 1William William L Powell PowellUnited Powtl PowellUnited
United Unll Sinters State Minister lnlstor at Port an Prince PrincoHaytl Pnce PncelaU PrinceHaytl
Haytl laU telegraphed ttlegrllphea the Navy lv Department Departmenttoday Deprtment Deprtmenttoay Depnrtnienttoday
toay today that the international interatonal unpleasantness unpleasantnessgrowing tnpJNntneJ tnpJNntneJIro1lng unpleasantnessgroning
growing Iro1lng out of the stoning stonln of the French Frenchand Frfch Frfchand Frenchafld
and German Gera Minlitnrs Inltlrs and nd their wives ht by bymembers hymlm bymembers
members mlm n of tho Martian Hayla palace paae guard had hadbeen hadbeen
been bn adjusted adjulted to the satisfaction salillfalon g of tha thaFrench thArench theFrench
French and German Oennn Government GovernmentThe OovlrmenU GovernmentsThe
The he two tIO affronted Ironte nations natonl demanded dtmaded a apublic aplblo apublic
plblo public apology and ad this th was given by b the thePresident theJldfnt thePresident
President Jldfnt of Haytl Iay to the th two Ministers MinistersThe MnIU MJnisteThe
The e French lncb warships Wlhp which W hlcb went Wet to Port Portau Po Portan
au Prince Princ to back hacl up the demand demnd ore o being beingwithdrawn ben benwithdrawn beingwithdrawn
withdrawn withdrawnTEXAS withdrawnTfXU withdrawnTEX45
DtwInrM RI8In Part or Jefferson etot In Flamr FmrAld FmrAldIO flamesAid flamesAidProm Aid AidFrom
From IO Marabou MarabouDALLAS MarshallIaus laaI laaIJALf
DALLAS JALf Tex July Jil 1 IA A fire fre started ltrtf at atJefferson atJeflrn atJefferson
Jefferson Jeflrn Tex at PSO 3O tonight Ionlght At 11 11oclock 1 itoclock
oclock oclok it I look loks as I though the business builnewapart bUlin bUlinpar businesspart
part par of the city cll ii I doomed domf The T fire fre depart department deprt deprtment departmont ¬
mont of Marshall Tax has been
ment Marl Tfx bn sent nt to loJafl toellf toJefferson
Jafl Jefferson ellf > ron n by a special f1 train trainHM4 trin trinn trainHiss
Hiss n tk t Br tlr 1 CICM CICMOae el ChisaOs
O Os Oae Cent Ct Csatt i 5 5V f
Said to Have Won Gorman Gonan By ByChairmanship ByChllrmanshlp ByChairmanship
Chairmanship Promise PromiseCLEVELAND Promis PromisCLEVELAND PromiseCLEVELAND
Could Win With Wih Him Delegates DelegatesSay DelegatesSayMcClelan DelegatesSayMcClellan
Say SayMcClelan SayMcClellan McCfellan Stronger StrongerThe
The Tl New ew York ark Candidates neldt1 nacktrf Talk Talkof Tlk Tlkof Talkof
of Hit II Nomlnlton Nomination at Assured A rt but butTheyre btltrhcrr butrhcyre
Theyre rhcrr Ready Redy to Iilcker Icke for Drlr Drlrtatu Delratnalf DdegatesGolTey
tatu atnalf gatesGolTey GnlTfy May 1 Dispute Olpte Nation NationChalrminihln Nlton1 Nlton1nlalmanAllp TatlenuIChairmanship
Chairmanship nlalmanAllp With 1lh the 11 Maryland MarylandSenator MartllndSlnalorSlW MarylandScntore
Senator SlnalorSlW Scntore New Yorks lorkl Mayor Iaor INeknl INeknlby Jlell Jlellb Plekeilby
by b Many lUln a as the thr Dark Home 10r IfersHuils IfersHuilsIlope tlln tllnUope HIH HIHHope
Hope to Square quart Accounts tconntl With 1lb Bryan IlryanSr RrnHI
Sr HI Levis LO July i 10n 1One One would oull think thik by byUie byOle bythe
Ole racket made mde by the te very few dole dolegates dolf dolfgatM dolegates
gates to the Democratic Democrtc national natonal con convention cn cnentlon conventlon ¬
vention now here that they wore wer journey journeymen jourey joureymen journeymen ¬
men boilermakers bolennaker of tho first fnt mark mrk They Theyhavo Th Thhao Theyhave
have clanged clnged and ad whanged whangi on the Parker Parkerboom Parkerbom Parkerboom
boom bom all al day dayThey dayThey dayThey
They have continued cntnued to issue Ilue almost almosthourly Ilmo almosthourly l lhourly
hourly tabulated statements attement telling telig ex exactly exaoty oxaotly ¬
actly aoty how many votes el Chief Judge Alton AltonB I
B Parker of New York Is If to receive rive on ontho onthe onthe
I Ido
the first frot ballot balot in the convention convlnton which whichdoes whichdoes
does do not assemble R8smble until Wednesday Wedntoy sect nndwhich IIndwhloh sectwhich
which may ry not got down do to the th nominat nominating nominatIng nominalleg ¬
ing stage before betor Friday or Saturday Stuay of ofnext oCnext ofnext
next week weekMost weekMoat ek ekMot
Most Mot of these theB statements ttemenl epitomized epitomizedgive fpltonlpd fpltonlpdgive epitomizedgive
give Parker Plrker 634 votes votel on the first fnt ballot ballotalthough balot balotathough ballotalthough
although athough several make it oooksure ccks that thatJudgo thlt thltJudge thatJudge
Judge Parker Parlor will wU receive reclvo 702 70 on that tL ballot ballotand balot balotand ballotand
and that after afe that It i will l be a landslide landslidefor landlde landldelor
for the Ulster Unter county cout statesman statesmanWo ettman ettmanWo statesmanWe
Wo dont know whether hetbc to nominal nominateParkeronthefiretorthe n nParker
nomnte nomnteParker
Parker Parkeronthefiretorthe on theflratorthe thGfrst or tbe second sond ballot re remarked rpmke remarked ¬
marked mke Norman E Mack Mac Democratic Democraticnational Dmoratc Dmoratcnatonal Democrationational
national natonal committeeman cmnttem for the Empire EmplrnState Emplrf EmpireState
State Mr ll Mack Mk did di not care Cre to explain explainwhy explainwby explainwhy
why if Judge Parker Parke could bo nominated nominatedon nominate
on the first frt ballot bao hi hl him friends friend wanted ant to take takethe tak takethe e ethe
the risk rLk of o going goi to a second 6ond ballot ballotFARUtB botFARUR ballotPARKaS
Not a man m in sight but Parker Pakr re remarked rpmed memarked ¬
marked Daniel J Conapau Democratic Democraticnational Deinocrationational
med Cpu Peto Petonatona
national natona committeeman oommlttemll of Michigan UehIM But Butif Hit Hiti Bittif
if i it becomes beomes evident that Parker Pae cannot cannotbe cannotbe annotbe
be nominated nomlnar I i bolero beUee the next strongest InSlt InSltsnd strongestand trongestand
and most available avalahle man would be Senator SenatorGorman Blior Senatorlorman I IOonnan
Gorman of Maryland Mald Ha H is II a I good goodDemocrat gOI gOIDemora goodDemocnit
Democrat Demora and has l the confidence cnfidenoe of th thparty thpaty the theparty
party paty It I in my understanding undetdng that tht he in innot I Inot isnot
not a candidate candida in any sense eenA of the word wordbut wordbut wordbut
but I believe beleve that tht if I it becomes beome a matter mt of ofparty orparty ofparty
duty Gorman can be depended
party depende upon uponto uponto uponto
to respond respondFormer rcpond rcpondFoner respondFormer
Former Foner United Unie States State Senator Henry HenH HenHDav H HDavis 11Davis
Davis Dav of West Wet Virginia VrginIa a Democratic Democraticengineer Demoto Demotoengnor Democraticengineer
engineer of the Tllden Tide William Wiia C Whitney WhitneyThomas WbIne WbIneToa ThitneyThomas
Thomas engnor Toa A Hendricka Hendrcs Allen G Thurman Thurmanand ThuM ThuMand Thurmanand
and Daniel Daiel Manning Mannig calibre cabre arrived ArVe to today today today ¬
and tonight after being
day tnlght pestered pesteredby petr pesteredby
by a a dozen Democrats Demots for his views 101 de decided dedded ¬ t tcided
cided to say sy carefully caretuly almost Hesitatingly HesitatinglyParkers lNltltngl lNltltnglParkes hesitatinglyPatkere
Parkers Parkes nomination nonnato is II probable hut hutit hit hitIt bittit
it Is not assured 18Ur I am I the friend fried of Senator SenatorGorman SenatorGorinani nator natorGormanI
Gorman GormanI I trust trt all al know kow it The Tl situation situationis IWalon IWalonII
is susceptible slIptblo of quick quck changes chage It I Is de decidedly deoldely docidedly ¬
cidedly oldely too early erlY to come ome to a conclusion colullon colullonto a ato ato
to what wht will wil be the result rut In the th convention conventionA conTento
A lifelong 110ng friend trnd of Mr Davis DIV sitting sittingbeside Ilttn Ilttnblde sittingbeside
beside blde the West Wet Virginian statesman Itatmn said saidIf fl flI saIdIf
If I Gorman is i nominated nominat In this Ihl con convention conenton eonventlon ¬
vention enton Mr Davis Dai will wi bo hI nominated nomlnltd for forGovernor rorGovernor forGovernor
Governor Governor of West Wet Virginia VirginiaMr VI li
Mr Davis it I was wa added adll rgn would oll do much muchto
to aid Senator Sntor Gormans OoranA Presidential PlldcnUll candi candidacy eandidacy Indl Indldny ¬
dacy dny aStho two are 1M kinsmen kinsmnnTALK klnsmnTALK kinsmenTALK
Many Mny of the thf Democratic Dlmomto friends friend of Mr MrGorman Mrnorman Mrlorinan
Gorman and Mr r Davis believe b1e that th thplank thplank thplank
plank adopted adopto by the tf Republican Uepubllcn national nationalconvention MtoMI MtoMIoonvenUon nationalconvention
convention at At Chicago Chlca o calling clng for a I smaller smallerrepresentation lmlr lmlrrpTnttlon smallerrepresentation
representation rpTnttlon from rota Southern SuUer States Stat in inRepublican Inltpublan inRepublican
Republican ltpublan national ntional conventions will wi re result r rAult resuit ¬
suit in turning tlrnlnj Wiwt W e4t t Virginia lrllnm and nd ntli other otherborder thArborer r rborder
border borer States Stat hock hck into the Dnmocrniii Dnmocrniiinational Jnmoti Jnmotinatonal flomoerstimuttional
national natonal column columnTho column1e columnsThe
The 1e talk tlk about aolt Senator ntor Gorman orrnan has ha h bn bn10t been beenattest n nmoftt
attest 10t Interesting Inter tnl all al day H I all al emanated emanatorlfrom pmlnlr emanatedfrom
from frm the friends of Judga Jldg Parker Parklr Thn Thnsum Th ThRum Thostint
sum and f substance > ul ullnc Uncp of it i was WI to thorffwl thorffwlthat Iho rllPl rllPlthat effect effectthat
that Senator Hnltur Gorman orlln had decided deldr not to togo t tJO tgo
go JO before IJtoro the convention cmcntlon RS a candidate candidatein cnrirt
in II opposition oppo ition to Judge Judgr Parker rker for th threarxm ttrwn threason
reason rwn that tlit tin Senator Hnator Gonnan had rom romto flmc flmcto m mto <
to an umlnrstandlngwllh undHtndlnlpvlth the theParkermara theParkermaragems Parker Parprmarl Parprmarlser mar < i igcru
gems ser thereby hlreby ho U to l he > e made mdn lx both > th chair chairman oholrInan hir hirman ¬
man of the committee COII1Itl on rwtolutiorw r oluton in intlio Intle intue
tlio tle convention cnd Ind chairman of the hn Demo Democratiu Dpmcrllu Democratic
cratiu crllu national ntunl commitue commitueIt cOlllltle cOlllltleI
It I i is well wel known that since oxSenator oxSenatorDavid fomator fomatorJaid naSenatorDavid
David Jaid B 1 Hill Hi of Now Xe York cainn cnr to Ih Ihonclu lhconclusion hi hiconclusion
onclu conclusion lon that h M cannot onnol bn the tll ronili ronilidate cnildate RntHdat
date dat of his hi party pt for the presidential plldental chair chairbo chii chiiho chairho
ho has h yearned yRl1 to become bome chairman chainon of lIt tlucommittee thlcomitt lItcommittee >
committee comitt on resolution JoluUoUI in this thl convrn convrntlon cnnn cnnnton conscittion
tlon ton Mr Hlllu Iml friend frlend declare dellt thl thlamhllon tliiatnlitlou hi hiambition
ambition amhllon on n his hlf part Prt to bo b mont Ot laudable laudableOH loudahleW
OH W It would give him the opportunity opprtunlt in inforce tl tutomes
force for William Wii J Bryan Ura to ting lg In a minor minorkey minorkllY minorkey
key here hereA concerning onOrnlr the platform plttor to t be b adopted adoptedhere aoptd aoptdhr adoptedhere
It l was W8 Mr r Aryans ran friends frend I who In 1A9 1A9at 11 ieeeat
at Chicago defeated Mr Hill for
Clogo dpfet HI tempo temporary temp temponary
nary rr chairman ohn of the th convention cnvnUon after ater he hehad h hha hihad
had ha been b recommended mmened for the distin distinguished dltn dltnIu diatingulahed ¬
guished Iu he place by the Demociytlo IOte national nationalcommittee natonal natonalomlt nationalcommittee
omlt committee Mr Hill HU and a Mr M Br Bryan are a to tofaca II ti tiISO
faca rao ISO each Mh other otbr in I this tbl convention cnventon for the thefirt tb tbnrt thefirst
first nrt time te since inc that tt memorable memorble affair aa al alCeo atChIcgo i iChicago
Chicago Ceo Both Bt are ar strong trnc of wind and andlimb andlimb ne
limb 1b both bot are resourceful lurfl to the highest hifheftdegree hhN hhNdfr highestdegree
dfr degree as parliamentarian plmnt If thai the there i iany Iany Iany
any advantage avt between btwe them tm It rests t with withMr withMr withMr
Mr Hill Hi and ad yet yt Mr Hill Hli I is not eotuidared eotuidaredby cneT
by any means mMn to be b aa a courageous C In I hi himakeup himeup his hismakeup
makeup meup aa Mr M Bryan Bryanlieoldee Bran BranDolde BryanBesides
Besides Dolde Mr Bryan in the language lnu of ofGowanus otOowlnu ofGowanus
Gowanus has the dead wood Wo on o Mr MrHill MrHi MrHill
Hill Hi concerning rnml hU hl Democratic Imotl record recordMr rr recordMr
Mr Bryan Dln never falls ff to pour pu hot shot ao into intoMr Ito ItoMr intoMr
Mr Hill 11 for deserting the Democratic Democraticnational DmOtf DmOtfnatwMI Democraticnational
national gonfalon loaaon in attic Itl and 1000 1000Recurring 10 1900Recurring
Recurring Rurring to t Senator Sntor Gorman Horn soni soniew ni niNew 1 1N
New N ew Hurra Eio Ea ao tomorrow tOf A July 4U > I 1 S SlUon sRo SIhoS <
lUon Ro aJI 4Y4A5 Prek rek All dir dlr nn s Sound uId I tours bnuf Ju la II u Xll 1 Ii bi s s4Y4A5

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