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Picnickers Klllldin Killed In CDllJsl lft lftSubarb
1 Suburb of ofChlclll ofChlclllCHILDREflAMOIIGVICTIMS o oCHILDREN Ghteiie GhteiieCHILDREN
Excuniin of a aS Smriiy Setae SetaeEndi SchoolEnds chlol chlolI
I Ends En In I Disaster DtoitirTrain
Train Ia a t b CM QIIeIBiutera ISfIM > Eastern mia miaRaare4 DUaRaUr flUnelu flUneluRflrs4
Raare4 BetarBteg atecIdCa tb tI CMoag ss W WceaefcM ft1tII ft1tIICeaoIMI WIIbCucN
ceaefcM rated wim Btidr Btidrcnitar udJ1IaIuIn udJ1IaIuIn0aIM nn nnauhe
cnitar inU IDWIrfjP mt Freight Trata at t CMeag CMeagHelrhtsHrft adea adear
r 0 HelrhtsHrft CM WM ateasbed f fPteoet Ce Cev topleoeI
v Pteoet II and nd An Its it Occupant Killed KflleFrom KDled KDledor
or InJ injuredBeilef IrtMIae et tIdd7 tIdd7From ed edFrom
From Nearby Towns Tn and the Cai CaiWMeh are arebtob trsi1dob
WMeh btob Wer WeN Nf N Baataccd ged TaraeInto Tarae bnaedInto TrnedInto
Into Temporary TemporaluPlta TemporaluPltat Hetpltal HetpltalTrain ItspitSpeeW ItspitSpeeWt
t Train takes the Injured I JarfJd ta Chleag ChleagCHICAGO Clllcacot ClllcacoCHICAGO chiesgoCnIoAao
t t I
CHICAGO July II URwm1ng Running at t a ahlgh ahlghrale big bigrat high highrm
rat rale of speed a picnic train of oftnlve oftnlveOaches twelve twalvcoaches twelvecoache3
coaches returning re from Momence IIIcollided IlL IlLrollded Illcollided
collided with the the rear end 4 of a afretaht freight tral tralon train tratnon
on the tracks of In Uw Chicago and Easter EasterIllinois EutomJIIlnoll Easternlilbola
Illinois Railroad near Chicago Height thi thievening this thkening thisevenbg
evening ening Twentyfive persons perso were killed kflletand JdIledand killedand
and fortyfive were ore injured injuredChicago lDjuredChlcaco Injuredf
f Chicago Height HeI is a suburb of this tb1act tb1actabout dt dtabout city cityshout
about tweotyftv mOe southeast southeastThe 8OUtbaIIIItThe eoutMtThe
The plonJo pIowas was the annual outing wUD ouUngof cf th thDoremus the tbeDoremul theDoremUs
Doremus Congregational Coa pUceaI Church Sunday SundaySchool 8UD 8ndaySchool1 a aSchool
School and andW1tflCE was to charge clwpof of ° Sunday School SehooSuperintendent SchoolSuperintendent School8pertntendeflt
Superintendent Booth BoothMany BoothMany soothMany
Many of the thee killed and injured were wenchildren werecblldren wereebfldren
children The dead together IngetkEwiththI with th the in injured 1Djured Injured
jured were plaoed oa o a special trala tr1 am ambrought and andbrought endbrought
brought to Chicago ChicagoSo ctilcqoSo
So aharp was th the ooUlskm coflM1ontbathen1ne coflM1ontbathen1nebaggage that the thaqfDe thaqfDeba engine enginebaggage
ba baggage aCO oar and ins r p psuX ngr coach of olth ofthe ofthe
th the szcunton nCUllllon traIn war demolished demolishedWord rcUaWWord deoUedWord
Word of tb the disaster dIaMt was eot e to GW CII IoaaoHeights Chiesgoifeighta < r rHelghte
Heights and Burrouadlagtowa saro2dl g to towns and aD ph phdans phJlio phJliodIllS phy phyclans
dIllS hurried hurrledto to the sans on on ona a special ec4altrain specialtrsiri p ptrain
train trainWhen
When the engine crashed late the freight tr1qhttraiD freighttrain frelghtrain
train it was hurled InuJecIrrem frera th the track trackthrown eok ad adthrown andthrown
thrown on Ite tIde td Ids The baggage oar oarcrushed oarcrushed was wascrushed
crushed and dthroWaeBto thrown ato tb tMpuMIIlW tMpuMIIlWroach tho paseen paseencoach psssngcoach
coach which wa M ornhd Ssd banaath It ItThe uo uoTheplII111j1 Itthn
The TheplII111j1 pasBgr > la th fcatjoaait m iad a achance aM aMchaDce
chance thn t 0 saptan and msay ai ainuabtd nf taasa th were werecrushed e
crushed 4 by 7 flytag g wisjekag AU to Jaw JaweoachJPbo thi thieoaebwh thlk1flt
eoaebwh eoachJPbo w rf faf jEffi1 Wat fajcrad fajcradThe 1DjUedThe kkNiedThe
The M 1IOOO IOOOfflI ltAdatasB tb bggag IsUgp car cart
p 4 i wudiaa1iiot was u dafflaged but ba act to a gnat extent extentand atand extentand
and th the rear rei coach c cosohis wr s bat t sllghtiy sllghtiydamaged 1lliPt17damqed sllgbtl7Shattered
damaged damagedShattered damqed8h
Shattered 8h ered glass sraoaul8ll gla caused many pataful patafulIn palatuInJurletto
In InJurletto Juris to thoceopante oeapof taorlb of tit the rear relooacb relooacbbut ooaeh ooaehbut oosthebut
S but the minor JnIDOr InIA knrbjwwr Juu unheeded to tU thedesire to todb tUdtttre
db dtttre to aid the t th isri riuary ialy lJ lajueclJa tajred rd te th thforward the tkerorward theforward
forward coach coachAll ooaohAll cochAfl
All of the physician p available at Glen Glenwood OleDoood Glenocd
wood ocd Chicago heights and nearby nerbyto1fll8 nerbyto1fll8ere towns townswere t w wvere
were ere rushed to the tbeoene scene and administered administeredwhat
what hat relief they the could to the victims riCtImIwbo riCtImIwbot who whowere whoI
I t J were ne afterward aft rward plaoed on the relief rain tratoand rainand treinand
and hurried to Chicago Th The oeaohe oeaoheremaining oeacbNremaining oeachesremaining
remaining on the track were weretraD8formed weretraD8formedinlo transformed transformedInto
Into hospitals for forthe the be care of the wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedTb
The Tb freight train was trying to make a aaiding aaIdiDln a asiding
aiding aIdiDln In order to allow allowtho the excursion train tratodear Uatnclev traincietr
dear sailing ta lnS wben th the latter la r crashed into intoUi Intothe Intothe
the Ui rear of the freight freightThe fretahtThe freightThe
The freight fretghtbreke broke to two while an aD attempt attemptwasbetng attemptbolnunade attemptuzbethg
wasbetng bolnunade made to topt get onto the theeidetr thesids aid traok traokand ckdberore tr trand
and before the tJ1eenme engine bad time to get tbaok tbaokror back backfor beckfor
for the part partUlalbad thai had been detached the thepassenger thepUlenge1 thepnsenge
passenger train com em thundering along alongThe a1OzacThe alongThe
The caboose and an d five or six freight oar oarwre a aderailed
were derailed derailedAt I
At midnight the tram bearing those thoseinjured thoseinjured I
injured In the wreck wrec k and the bodies of ofIhone ofthoe
Ihone who were killed began to o arrive arrivein
in the city Two section of the tbotraln tbotralnJxotrinl train tratobearing trainbearing
bearing the he victims wore met at Polk street streetThirtyfirst troetI streetThlrtyflrat
I Thirtyfirst ThlrtyI r tlItreOt street and andtbe the Englewood Englewoodstations Englewoodstations lewood lewoodItatlonl
stations by the friends and relatiresof re1ti of the thexnursloniste thelm1l8Ion1 thezznirslonlst
xnursloniste wbo bad left Jernb ihi th city tbi tbinaming this thLImoll1iqboundfprK thisaornlngboundfprMornence
moll1iqboundfprK aornlngboundfprMornenceThe naming bound for Momence MomenceTbe iDes iDesThe
The crowd crow at th the stations flocked ftook d around aroundtb aroundtbe
tb tbe trainsand trains lad Dd a as tbem1edbCKUe th the mangled bodies of ofta ort oft
t t ta die t dead and the injured were reaarrW canted eff effthne e ethete
1 thne were tearful scene a u frbad dIand dIandrelattftlwere and andrelativewer andrelatlyos
relativewer relatlyos were reoognlxedJU reoognlxed reoognlnsdJiM
Negro f O Whe ffh Violated 101atedMarJ1uUlI Maryland New NewStatute NewINatueIl Newatute
Statute INatueIl atute U Flaed FlaedBuffntou e4 11 11flAliTwoin 1 1BAIJrlKOU
Buffntou July tt LIThe The flrst rst conviction convictionin
f in Maryland under rttie the Jim JimCro1l Crow oar law lawwhich lawbleh lawwhich
which bleh was passed d at t the last aeaaion of the thelegislature theIature theLegWature
legislature Iature was wa eeearedtodalntbe eeearedtodalntbeerimIna1 secured today in the thecriminal thecrininal
criminal oourt when benJudae Judge Wright WrlchUound WrlchUoundlame found foundJames foundJames
James Davis a negro guilty of violating violatingthe vioJat1nthe
the terms of the law and Med falm falmDavis b1mSIS b1mSISDaTIl bImDir1a
Davis was arrested arret aboard abordtbeet the steamer steamerRock mer merY steamery
Y Rock Ro Creek for refusing to occupy OoouPFthe OoouPFtheDegro the Ihenegro thenegro
negro apartments in the stern storaoUbe of ofthe the vessel vesselWitnesses YN8elWllzlee veelt
t Witnesses ee testified that the negro abused abusedthe abwodtho abusedthe
the special spealalolDcer officer declaring dec1rlaboWIo8 dec1rlaboWIo8rood he was as asood Ugood
rood ood as any damned white wb1 nun on cathe catheboat the theboat theboat
boat and intended to too go and ait when be bepleased hepleued bepleased
pleased Davis claimed he bewulooJdq was looking
for forhiawife forhiawifeJudge his wife wifoJudge i iJudge
Judge Wright said the law must mufbe be en enforced emforoe4 De Derorced
forced and that infractionswould be beJUD beJUDIahed bpunroom pun punlhsd
lhsd The court room room was filled 1lticl with withnegroes wtUanecroee 1th 1tht
negroes during tha trial trialMEMORIAL
Six HoBdred J1u FeUeewcm Pieeseen Assmetf eIIW to ta taLine u uUae theLine
Line er Mart MartA Mum MumA I IIA
A A parade p in memory momOrT of the tbeYl victim tIml of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Slocum disaster will wWtab Uk La place on the thoMat thltEut theEmit
Mat Side today todaTIbe The parade will form tonnTompkins8quue at atToiapldns atTornphiM
Toiapldns Tompkins8quue Square Park Par Word was sent wntto IIODtto sentto
to Polios Polj Headquarters Headquartell1a last night that 0000 0000Persons 11000PtBODI OOO OOOrIloui
Persons would be In line UneIMpector UneIMpectorBoIunittbercer Inspector InspectorSohmittberger
1 Sohmittberger and 680 OO policemen n have haveoen hanhNn havebeen
been oen ordered to toeurd guard the streets ttreetaandJleep ttreetaandJleepJood and keep keepRood beepgood
Rood order ordert
t 2t UK UKL 4
ThomAs TIIo W WPteroeneld Pierce Held for Assaulting him fllaWBO 1I1an 1I1anWIloTookPietGrea himTho
WIloTookPietGrea WBO Took Pictures of IIU mlwue mlwueBtLJUI Wife WifeS WifetLUr
S BtLJUI LKU Mass MAs July IS 1SJh iLThomas Thomas ThomasPierce mlW mlWPleroo W WPierce
Pierce a prominent resident of Topsflelc Topsflelcwaa Topefle1dWU
WU in Inthed1atriotoourt the district court today before boforJudge beforeJu beforeJudge
Judge Ju Safford Sa1rordcharjt8d charged with wtthassaull assault ant antbattery aDd aDdbatterT andIattery
battery on Edward E Brown Drinma a photog photographer photosrapher photographer
rapher of this city He Ho1lU If was held in t500 t500bIU 600 600bell 50 50bail
bail for forthe the Grand Jury JuryThe Ju JuThe JuryThe
The trouble arose over overlome some picture picturetaken p picturestaken lJ 11res 11restaken
taken of Mrs MraPlerceand Pierce and published pubUahedlD In i iBoston a aBo8tonnew aBoston
Boston Bo8tonnew newspaper papor1dia Mrs Pierce is is a a we weknown welI welIknoirn ell ellknown
known horsewoman of oftbeHYoPta the Myopia Bunt Hun1Club BuntClub Huntclub
Club ClubBrown ClubBrown clubBrown
Brown testified that the assault tool toolplace tookplaoo tonicplaoo
plaoo on May Ka W in hi hb studio He said that thaPierce thatPl thatPierce
Pierce Pl lO came into intothutudlo the studio and asked fo fothe for forthe forthe
the Pierce plates platAlllBrown Brown replied that the thewere they theyt theyrere
were at t his home expressing regret that hi hihad hbad ho hohad
had sold the plates He Horolt felt that be b had i iright a aright aright
right to sell them Pierce said saidI
I think I can show you that you had ni niright no nongbt noright
right to toWith toWJth toWith
With that Brown testified Pierce Plercettruck Plercettruckhtm struck atruclhim struckhim
him in the left eye ye his glasses g falling totho tothifloor tothoftoor tothofloor
floor Brown said that he beneTeJuw never saw any anything no nothins anything
thing after the first blow blo and that uamanj uamanjas oamanyfifteen
as fifteen blow were struck ItruokA A physician physiciarteaUfled phyalciantWled physiciantestified
testified to sewing 18wiDcupawoundin up Upa awound wound in Browns Browniface Bro1lD1tace Brownsfoe
face and noticed a number of brulaca brulacaDYNAMITE bnilacsDYNAMITE es esDYNAMITE
I ISOrnt
Silent six Threaten to Blow Up Jail Jalto Jailto Jellto
to Get Ge Mrs t1rDiddle fiddles Assailants AssailantsBTOUNQTON AIDUantBvBLmO1ON AssaIlantBUBLTNOTof
BTOUNQTON N J July 13 13lbreat4 Threats ol oldynamiting of ofdyn ofdynamiting
dyn dynamiting Mount Holly Jail to get at th ththree the thothree thethree <
three negroes who assaulted lL88ultedMra Mrs Blddle Blddlerecently Brddlorecently llfddlerooentlyarebelng
recently rooentlyarebelng are being made freely An anony anonymous anonymousletter anonymous ¬
mous mousletter letter was cent today to one of the thelocal tholocal thelocal
local papers which read as follows followsWe followaWe follows9Ve
9Ve We the thesnout Silent Sir Slxhavo have purchased ISOpounds 130 130Otmda 130pounds
pounds of dynamlto and will Uhave have it In InMount InMount InMount
Mount Holly in less than a week if them themnegroes themnecroel themnegroes
negroes does not get what hat they deserve deserveMount deserveMount deserveMotint
Mount Holly Hon will think it has busted and andpart andpart andpart
part of that Jail will U go skyward If we wedont wedonl wedont
dont get satisfaction in HoUy we will try tryTrenton ry ryTrenton r7Trenton
Trenton if we have no other chance chanceMore chanceMore ohanoe3lore
More threats of this character charao r were made madeIn
In Mount Holly today todayA A farmer a well wellknown wellknown welliQ1oWn
known resident of Burlington township townshipwho townahtPwho townshipwho
who was as one of the leaders of a posse possewhich 0880hlob possewhich
which hlob searched for the negroes privately privatelyunfolded privatelyunfolded privatelyunfolded
unfolded plans to attack the Jail and audblow audblowIt blow blowIt blowit
It up with dynamite if necessary 1I to get getpossession getpoIIOlIalon getpossession
possession of Timbers Austin and Sims SimsDECISION SlmaDBCISION SimsCISION
Held That Contracts Forbidding For ldCUq Their TheirEmployment TbftrEmploJ1UeB TheirEmployment
Employment Are UnooniUtattonaL UnooniUtattonaLMOWAUXBZ UnOODIutGUonaLMuw VnoouUtctlonLMuwauw
MOWAUXBZ Muw UDJ Wis July IS lSContracts lSContractsmade 13Contractsmade Contracts Contractsmade
made by labor unions with manufacturers manufacturersprohibiting manufactureJlprohtbltJDg manufacturersprohibiting
prohibiting the employment of nonunion nonunionworkmen nonunionorkmen nonunionworkmen
workmen are void according to a decision decisionannounced declatonaDDOUDOed decisionannounoed
announced by Judge ludwig in the Superior SuperiorCourt SuperiorCourt SuperiorCourt
Court today todayIt It i is the flrst ruling on the thesubject thewbJoct thesubject
subject by a Wisconsin court Judge bad Ludwlg laldwig badwigholds
wig wigholds holds that contracts contracteproviding providing that none nonebut DOnbut zionbus
but union labor be employed constitute constituteclass ooDititutoo1au constituteclss
class discrimination and are ar unoonstitu unoonstituUonaL UDOOnat1tutJoDAl unoonstituUonL
UonaL UonaLTho UonLThe
tJoDAlTho Tho decision waa given v in the suit brought broughtby brouahtby broughtby
by the tbeMthvaube Milwaukee Custom euato DTaUon Tailors Union Uniongainst UnionapiDlta1oca1 UniongInitalocal
apiDlta1oca1 gainst a local oonoernjy ooDOell cODOerIiTiIcl3 blob madean JDad JDadanent1vUbthit ± afla aflanentwith agree agreementwith ¬
anent1vUbthit mentwith the th tailors to employ none nozie but butUnion iftiJI1oaw bii biion
Union tiJI1oaw on workmen rlanenA A temporary InJunotl fnjimoUwal Junction Junctionwas n no
was obtained o b l ed against ga1n ttbeompl the employing con concern oQ oQcern eoncern ¬
cern to enforce the contract eOD and the union unionbegan uDiOllbegan unionbegan
began proceedings gato to have h n the thoooJDPU17 thoooJDPU17punished company companypunished oompanypunished
punished for contemptfor failure to com comply oompI ootnplywiththetermsofthelnjunotlon ¬
ply pI plywiththetermsofthelnjunotlon with the terms of the injunction The Themotion Themotion Themotion
motion to punish was as denied by Judge JudgeItfdwig JudgeIAldwJc JudgeLudwig
Ludwig and theinjunctionset tho lDjuocUon etatlde etatldePAN sot aside asidePANAMAS asidePANAMAS
Deeeat DeeIII Want Oar 88rIIw Bate Applied t Is the theCarnal tileORal thetUelZon
Carnal tUelZon tUelZonBpiddi Zone ZoneSptcUl zoaespeI4J
SptcUl CaW Co DttpatOt to TK TIm Sex SexPAMAMJL 81nrpjJf SuitPAwLLL
PAMAMJL pjJf U July 13 13AmeetIDg ILA A meeting of mer merchants merchanta merchants ¬
chants was held today to discuss lJ tho appli application application applicUon ¬
cation of the Dingley tariff to the canal canalacne canalaone canaleons
acne A deputation visited President Ama Amador Amador Ama4cr
dor who ho agreed to take talauneuUlel measures to pro protect protoot protoot ¬
toot the interests of the merchants against againstthe qatntthe gn1ntthe
the ruinous effect of the Dingley tariff tariffAnother triJrADotber tariffAnother
Another meeting will be held tomorrow tomorrowat
at which whlobthematter the matter will 111 be further dis discussed dll0UfI dl dlcussed ¬
cussed Panama PLD8IDhas has just reduced her herImport herimport herImport
Import duties duUeelll 15 per cent the rate now nowbeing nowetDe nowbeing
being 7 per cent in gold goldPublic goldPublto goldPublic
Public opinion la bitter against the action actionof
of the United States in bringing her customs customstariff cuatomatarUf customst4rlff
tariff to Panama It is I believed that acme acmesort IIOmoiort somesort
sort of reciprocal arrangement between betweenPanamaand be betifeonflamaa n nPanamaADd
Panamaand flamaa j the United States will be benecessary beDeoee beneceseary
necessary Deoee to toaettie settle the trouble troublePBIPKS troubloPBIPP8 troublePHIIPJ
Treaties ot the Couple oprePateM4l1p Patctoed Up and andThey andIbey nd ndTbe
They wm W Live UT Together Again AgainDKXVM ApIaDZXTBJI AgainDsxvu
DKXVM July IS iLInstead Instead of divorceproceedings divorce dlorooproooedtngaand divorceproceedings
proooedtngaand proceedings and a separation 18paraUonIr Mr and andMrs andMn andMrs
Mrs Lawrence C Phippa PhlPPlhavereaohed have reached a asettlement aetUement asettlement
settlement Mr and Mrs Phippa are aretogether areto aretogether
together to in Pitisburg Pittebursand and bar baa agreed to todrop todrop todrop
drop their counter accusations acousationaThia COWIILtsoulhiIIfct accusationsThis
This lhiIIfct fact became known kn WD in InDenTer Denver to today t tdaythrouJ1lIOrletot todytbroujh ¬
daythrouJ1lIOrletot dytbroujh day through a aeries of three letters WhIlethe Whilethe While Whilethe
the letters were confidential oon one on of those thosewho thosewho e eho
who ho reooived them had to convey the Ui news newsto De1IIto mew mewto
to a IIOOODdperaoa second person in lath tho nettle ett1elrieat eettismantofsome eettismantofsomedetails ment of acme acmedetatto aomedetaDs
details and in ibis way wathe the matt became becameibllo beoamepublIO becameMr
publIO publIOMr ibllo iblloMr
Mr Phippa want East last Saturday SaturdayIthln 8turdyWlthIn SaturdayWithin
Within Ithln an hour after hla hlaarrtvalln hi arrival in Pittaburg Pittaburgi Pltteburghebadaooepted
hebadaooepted he i had accepted a plan of settlement that thathad thathad thatbad
had been suggested IUllee by friends on both bothuldea bothIIId bothaldeL
uldea A close clOIIOfrJeDdof friend of the thefamlly famuy is the theauthority theauthority theauthority
authority for the statement t that Mr and andMra andMII andMrs
Mrs Phippa along alongwtth with their children childrenwfll oh childrenwill dren drenwmoomo
will wmoomo come to toDenorlbeordoJl Denver give orders for fortbe fortbenturnJahlng the therefurnishing therefurnushing
refurnishing of their home and then go on onto onto onto
to Gtenwood Springs for the theummer summer It Italtoealel ItIs
Is 1 also altoealel said that t before beloreoominK oomingWeat Welt they theyU theywWmake theyi1ll
wWmake i1ll U make a aihort short visit to New Neork NeorkIALLY110 York YorkALLYnO ork orkTALLYflO
11ft Were ere Killed and aDdle is Injured lDJUedatVaDq lDJUedatVaDqINnamCroII1Ba at Valley ValleyaXream TansyNtrcamLoIs1ng
aXream INnamCroII1Ba Creating la lB l lAd1aastroua Rf RfA y yA
A Ad1aastroua disastrous accident occurred ooourredt at the theong theLongIaland thelong
LongIaland long ong Island Railroad crossing at Valley Valleytream Vdey8treamtwo ValleyStream
Stream 8treamtwo two stations ltatlODlthk thia aide adeof of BookvUe BookvUeentre RooInDJeOentie BockyilleOentie
Oentie entre on onU4 May 311897 SIl 31 i8O crowded A tallyho tallyhocoach tallyhocoacb tallyhocoach
coach was struck by bTa a train tJ1In Five of the tlieparty thopart theparty
party were killed JtWedU14l1hteen and sndlxteen sixteen were welltDJured welltDJuredThe injured injuredthe InjuredTbe
the ride had been beenainDpdby arranged by the Alpha AlphaDelta AlphaDeltaThetACJub A1hsDelta
DeltaThetACJub Delta Theta Club of otBrooklTD Brooklyn BrooklynThe BrooklynTb
The Tb crossing at that time was uncuardlJaueept unguardstt unguardsttsxospt unguardddexospt J10
sxospt by b an automatic bell belIaDd > and was beside besidewood betidewoodbtch beeldsI
I wood woodbtch which hid this train irsinfrom from tho persona personajatbeooach IWOIW1M petsccaon
on jatbeooach 1M ooacho The Tb driver drIor of the tbeOOOIa coach did didsee didnot didnot
not see tbetraln the train until be beao was eo close clOIIto clOIItothe to totrackthat tothe
the trackthat track that be could not atop to let leU leUp it itMS itpase
p pase MS so be 1 whipped up his horse hoNMID in a aesperate ade adesperate
desperate de eratettemP attempt tol8t to get his blaOOOh blaOOOhInlroDt coach across acrosst acre acreIn
InlroDt In t front of it It The Thebaln Tb tram struck the coach ooaohairiy OOIIOhralrly coachfairly
fairly in the middle and buried the party partyit panyofJD8IT1 partyofmen7
ofJD8IT1 it merry picnickers in all directions directionsPeople cIJreotto118Peopleho directionsPeople
People Peopleho who were near the crossing at atthe atthe atthe
the time of the accident aoC1denteakfthat said thatthe that tho lii WarD warag WarDtq warnslog
tq g bell did not ring butthat buthatthowbllt1e buthatthowbllt1eottbo bu that the wbtaUo wbtaUof
ottbo of f the locomotive was wended as usual usualhe UI 1 1The
The he tallyho party waa ateglng tDc and Iwigh Iwigha l
1 a aurf lI ct dWraotbeaR t the aeuad oTttoe or be befT
fT fTc
c 10 fijlo t <
NJ t f11 I J I
Baeed seeI edWlth With Rushing aUl111 Looomotlre oUve for CresIng tress 00Iqt tresslag
lag Iqt at Bockvnie Centre ntre I LIoaeWu LIoaeWulIarled I IOne Oue Was WaiHurled Washurled
Hurled 60 eoFeetlIrokea Feet Broke a as en a aBack aBackthe Back Backthe Batiktbe
the Other OtherIGround Ground Out Oitefbape of or1IO S6 p of ofFrank otFrank Man ManFrank
Frank Corell a real estate man of Brook Brooklyn Brook1TD Brookhyn
lyn who bad an anOftlco office at tl071 1070 > Bedford Bedfonavenue Bedford Bedfordavenuo Bedfordavenue
avenue Brooklyn Genet 8Jewell S Jewell of 17 17Stuyveeaat 112 112BtuYVeMAt 172Stuyvesant
Stuyveeaat avenue avenueBrooklyn Brooklyn who ho bad i ireal B Broalestate areal
real roalestate estate office at t18a 189 Montague street streei IItreetarid streetand
i arid a country place at Amltyville I L L I If Iand Iand
f and James Snyder also a real estate man motwith manWlthllD manwith
WlthllD with on office at 10SB Bedford B avenue wh whwas who whoWas whoWU
was riding with them In a big blggasolene blggasoleneautomobUo1lere gasolen gasolenautomobile gasolenoautomobilewere
automobile automobUo1lere were killed near Roclcville RockvWoCen RockvWoCentreLong Cell Centre Celltre
tre treLong Long Island last night Dlghtat at toclock toclockwhen 9 oclock oclockwhen oclockwhen
when their auto was struck by Train 49 01 01the on onthe Onthe
the Long Island RaIlroad Corell CorelIandSnyd CorelIandSnydveTo and Snydei Snydeiwere Snydorworo
were killed Instantly Mr Jewell broken brokerand brokenandmaD brokenand
and andmaD mangled ed breathed for a few fowmlnutes fowmlnutesilfter minute minuteslifter minuteafter
after the accident but died on a co cobeside cot cotbeside cotbeside
beside the traok before he could be re removed fo fom removed ¬
moved m vad to a hospital hospitalMr hOpltalMr
Mr Corells sister sisterwas rwu was a passenger on th thtrain the thetrain thetrain <
train that killed him She was on her way wajhomo wayhome wayhome
home to tho Corell Cord cottago at Amltyville AmltyvilleIt
It lacked one minute of 9 oclock when whena
a man plodding along the Morrick roac roacbetween road rondbotwoon roadbetween
between Rockvllle Centre and andLynbroolc andLynbroolcheard Lynbrooliheard Lynbrooli Lynbroolcheard
heard a train coming from the direction pi piLong of ofng ofIong
Long ng Island City At the some instant tDa t the thechugging thochugging thechugging
chugging of an automobile racing along alongthe alongtbe alongtheroad
the theroad road to toward word the railroad track at furious furiousspeod furlousepood furiouspeod
speod reached his cars Ho turned cold coldfrom coldtrom coldfrom
from the fearof what he realized was about aboutto aboutto
to happen Running up the road he hescreamed heecreamed hescreamed
screamed at the three men in the flying flyingauto flyingauto ytngaute
auto that a train was coming cOD1tDato to stop their theiimachine theirmaoWne theiruaehki
machine as quickly as possible possibleThey possibleThl1 possibleThey
They paid no attention to his frenzied frenziedoriee trenzledcrlee frenziedcries
cries of warning It may have been that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the racket and roar of the carburetters carburetterswas
was in their ears and that they could not nothear nothear nothear
hear the cries At any rate the machine machinegoing machineIOIng machinegoing
going fully sixty miles an hour rushed by bythe bythe bythe
the frightened man in the road like a red redstreak redItreak redstreak
streak streakThe ItreakThe streakThe
The Morrick road is one of the most mostdangerous meetdangerous mostdangerous
dangerous on Long Island Bushes B and andundergrowth andundergrowth andundergrowth
undergrowth line its sides and out off the theview theTie theview
view Tie of the railroad track to the east or orthe orthe orthe
the west It rung side lde by aide with the theLongIsland theLong theLong
LongIsland Long Island Railroad for a long distance distancebut distancebut distancebut
but west of Rockvllle Centre it swing swingsharply sngllsharpl awingehiply
sharply around and crosses the tJ tracks at atan atau atan
an acute angle which make tho peril of ofcrossing otorosslng ofcrossing
crossing three times what It would be II IItbe itthe Ifthe
the road and the railroad met at right rightangles rightCUlclee rightangle
angles Toward this crossing the throe throemen throomen threeallen
men were driving the big machine with Ith all allthe aUthe 11 11the
the power there was wuln In It whon they woro woroflrst woro1I werefirst
first t seen seenEngineer seenEngineer 11 11Enilneer
Engineer 80 B O Dimmick Dbnxnlckwaa WAIl at the throttle throttleof
of No 49 4 He could not see the Merrick Merrickroad Merrickroad Merriokroad
road except the bit of it at the crossing crossingbecause crol5ingbeoaulO crossingbecause
because of the bushes and tho undergrowth undergrowthHe
He B had taken takenIDhb inhis speed a little prepara preparatory preparatory preparetory ¬
tory to stopping at Rookvilla R okvill Centre C ntre but the tbetrain thetra1l thetrainwas
train trainwas was sliding aUdJnaaJong along at attwent twenty miles an anhour anhaur anbeur
hour haur haurD1imn1ok beurDImmIc x xDlmmiok
Dlmmiok glanced gWioedup up the road just as the thelocomotive thltl000m0UTOPokod thelocomotive
locomotive l000m0UTOPokod poked its nose nos clear of the thebushes tbobuab thebuahas
bushes eftttyyardsfromtbe fifty yards from the crossing Ha Haheard Hebeard II IIheard
heard the thumping and the chugging < of ofthe otthe ofthIs
the big blggasolen gasoline machine and caught a aglimpse aglimpse I
glimpse of three men bending forward forwardstraining forwardstraining
straining their eyes to pick the road out outwith outwith outwith I
with a long white blte pencil of electric light lightstreaming Lightstreaming I IstreamlDC
streaming ahead of them The engineer engineergasped engIDoergaaped engineergasped
gasped and caught at 10 Lie throttle with both bothbands bothhands bothbands
bands He brought it over wit a wrench wrenchand fITIochand wrenchend
and Jammed down the brakes but it was wastoo wastoo wastoo
too late It was impoosslblo to bring tiw tiwtrain be betratD be10
train to a standstill in the short distance distancethat dtstaDoethat distancethat
that Dimmick had for the work workRight workRight workBight
Right at the track with their death look lookIng lookIng looklag
Ing them to the tbeeyee eyes the three men made madea rziadedesperate
a desperate effort to atop tho automobile automobileOne automobUeOne automobileOne
One it is 1 believed it was Mr Corell tried to tojump toJump toJump
jump There Tho was not tlmo even for that thatThen thatThen thatThen
Then came came tho crash and tho noise of oftha ofthe ofthe
the automobile as it hurled Itself like a athunderbolt 0thundorbolt athunderbolt
thunderbolt against t the locomotive was wasbeard 111hoard washeard
beard In the village and startled folk going goingearly IOlngearly goingearlytobed
earlytobed early to bed Thirty Thirtyfeetin feet In the thesirtheauto thesirtheautomobile air the auto autolobils automob11e
mobile was tossed to aa a a little dog dogls Is I tossed tossedy toMedby tossedby
by y an angry bun bdll and then it seemed med to topread toeprcad toipread
pread out and go to pieces like a childs childsin chUdtin ohiidatin
tin in toy falling on top of the locomotive locomotiveMr
Mr Jewell was 48 thrown SO feet in the their thenlr theair
air ir so terrific was tV the Impact impaotofthe of the ool oolUion 001IlIlon cclhislon
Uion When he was picked up he he1l was so soiroken 80broken sobroken
broken and mangled that it was w a miracle miraclehere mIraclothere miraclethere
there was w a spark of life still WI left in him himUs himHie himHis
His Us skull had been crushed several varni rib ribere ri ri1IW8 ribs ribswre
1IW8 ere broken and one leg was shattered shatteredi
0 so i that the bones protruded through the thekin theIIkID theakin
kin He was a mass tJ1Mot of cuts ita tI and bruises bruisesIts brulaeHw bruisesnil
Hw Its clothing was in tatters bloody and andilackened andblackened andblackened
blackened He Hewa was found about twenty twentyards twentyyarda twentyyard
yard ards from the place of the collision un uncntdous uncoDlOloul usconscious
conscious but gasping feebly and a moaning moaningto
He to died at at1020 10M oclock lying l1i g on a oot by byhe bythe bythe
the he aide of the railroad track trackWhen trackWhentheautomobUe trackWhen
When WhentheautomobUe the automobile was WlWpitobed pitched high highi hllhintho highin
intho in i the air atrwith with its heavy heavystoell1dee steel aide bent bentnd benand bentand
and nd battered and twisted and it its machinery machineryom
tom om apart the bodies of Frank Corell and andinyder andSnyder andSnyder
Snyder who wboao was so terribly tenibI mutilated mutUatdto aa asto aao
to o be unrecognizable at fires as a man manrcro manwcro manwere
were rcro caught ught andjiinned and id pinned in IDtbe the wreckage wreckagef wreokageofthemachln
ofthemachln of f thetnachlneV Wbenthe AWhen When the auto fell on the theop thotop thetop
top op of ofthelooomottn the locomotive the thebodlOldropped thebodlOldroppedwith bodies dropped droppedrithitandwera droppedwith
with rithitandwera It and audwere were carried past three crossings crossingsof crouln1before crossingsbefore
before of ore Engineer EogIDeerDlmmlck Dimmick could bring brtD his hisrain hbtraiDto histrain
rain traiDto to a stop stopMr etopMr stopMr
Mr Corell and Snyder BnyderWere were deadundoubt deadundoubtdly deadundoubtedly
edly dly before they struck the theeDine engine top Mr Mrbroils MrCoreU MrCoreils
broils CoreU skull had hadbeen been fractured fractunxllnt in that at least leastif leasttwo leasttwo
two if o places Both his legs lephad bad been snapped snappedike mappedlike snappedlike
like plpestem Gashes from which hlch the thelull theduUred thedull
lull duUred red blood still IWlatreamed streamed horribly dis disIgured cU cUauredbJa dl dlflgured
Igured auredbJa his face facoand and there washardly bardI10ne bardI10neboDllm one onex onehens
boDllm hens x > na In his body bod that was whole wholeWith whotWith wholeWith
With Mr CoreRs body that of crfIBnyder1 crfIBnyder1utakon oil SnyderV SnyderVtaa
taa utakon taken from a mass of iron and steel steelhat IIteoIthat steelthat
that had been a splendid lendkl automobile So Sorightful Sotrlgbttul Sofrightful
rightful had hadit it been mangled mangledthab that even Dr Drlutcbeson DrHntoheeon DrBntcheoa
lutcbeson could not notteU tell at atfirlthoUtor atfirlthoUtorit first whether whethert
it t was the body bod of a amen man maz or a wornaa wornaaThere womaa womaaThere wornaitThere
There was scarcely aoaro anything anJ1hingbuman anJ1hingbumananytbng human humaninythlng humananything
anything suggestive of a man who bohad bohadUved had hadived hadlived
lived and breathed and laughed a few fo mID mlnites mIDutes reinutes
utes before about the battered thing that thathe thatthedootoJl thatthern
thedootoJl thern he doctors disentangled from the debri debriif d6brilot d bris brisOf
ot if the auto There was waano no face The TheImbs ThoIlmbe Thelimbs
limbs bad been broken in so many place placehat plaoottbatthOT placethat
hat tbatthOT they bore only a curious resemblance resemblanceo
to o arms and legs what Wht there tbereW118 was left of ofhe otthe ofthe
the clothing was so O o saturated with Ith blood bloodo odaobJaokenednd
aobJaokenednd SO o blackened and so rent tbrt there tbellnothing was waslotting wasnothing
nothing dIstinguishable distJDculabableat aboat n tlt tltTMtratD it itThe i iThe
The TMtratD train which hit the auto a to was bound boundtQ
tQ 0 Isllp from Long Island City It was due duen dueID duein
ID n Bockville BookvilJoCeDtn Centre at 87 and andwu was alitUa alitUaate alUttJelate alltUelate
late ate when the accident happened On OnLoord Onboa1 Onboard
board wore many going to Uwlr suburban suburbanomos lUburbanhomos suburbanhomes
homos omos or toi to100untry country places II from Man Manattah M Manhettz n nbattaD
battaD attah or Brooklyn BrooklJ1Whel1theitra1n BrooklynWhen j jWhen
When Whel1theitra1n the tralnatopped train stopped pped and the paasen paasenheard paaaeribear4whatblldbappeasmanybad paaeheaMwhat
heard bear4whatblldbappeasmanybad bear4whatblldbappeasmanybadIeItueiJI heaMwhat what had had1dbt happened many had hadT
1dbt T W IeItueiJI 1t th the Jar jarwbs > WWUtoo WWUtooX rbs i tb thet nah < oo
X f t
IJ jt 1J
< < fh i rJn > rrl t
currod currodtborJumpedrromthe curodthejuznped theyjumped from the platto plattothrilling platform tlormthrilling platformthrilling
thrilling with wJtbtbe the excitement and andtb tho horror horroof horrorof
of the theoOCUfrenoe occurrence Some of them thomJlved lived I IAmityvlllr ID IDAmltTTtlIlOn inAm1tyvilIe
Amityvlllr AmltTTtlIlOn One of these ought < UlhtA a glimpse gUmpeof Iltmpee0Uhof glimpseof
of 0Uhof thoface ceof of Frank Corel Corelfreat CoreUOreatGOd CorefiUreat
OreatGOd freat Ood Qodbe he h screamed creainedJiy why that thatiFrank thatFrank thsVsFrank
Frank Corell I saw 1111 him alive and andWeU andWeUthJa well welthis wellthis
this morning morningWhen momlnftWhen morningWhen
When tho passengers p8IenlerswUdJ wildly excited excitedsomo excltedBOmeof excitedsomo
somo BOmeof of the women hysterical htertcalfrOm from the thithings thethings thethings
things that could not be hidden from them themgathered thomg tlimgathered
gathered g therod around the railroad ratlroadmenandtho ratlroadmenandthoTlllag men and the thivillagers thevillagers
villagers Tlllag rs who were bonding b over the bodies bodtaft
ft youngwoman her tlSOOfhite face white and ho hovoice her borTolce herolce
voice olce breaking with with8 sobs e be ran ranupto up to ChieI Chief Chiefot nief niefof
I of Police Shelly ShellyTell ShellyTeU BhellyTell
Tell mer me she cried crledw 9 Is mybrother hurt hurtWas hurtW08 hurtYas
Was be in that automobile automobUo1 I have a hor horriblo horriblotee1lng herriblo
riblo riblotee1lng feeling that he Is I killed killedShe kWodSbe killedShe
She was the sister ItsterofFrank of Frank Oqrell rellon rellonher 01 01her on onher
her way home to t Mr lolrCorel1Ic Corells cottage tlgo a aAmityyllle at atAmltyvWe atAcnttyvillo
Amityyllle AmityyllleMy
My brother etarted for home In hi hiautomobile h1 h1automobile hisautomobile
automobile this thlsoveDlng evening she ahesald said with wltlMr withMr withMr
Mr Jewell and andfr Mr Snyder lib Iii friend friendI
I know knowthat that they took tookthlsroad tookthlsroadDont this road roadDont roadDont
Dont be alarmed said Mr lrSholly lrShollyI Sholly ShollyI
I am pretty sure this thilwas was notMrCorclli notMrCorclliauto not notMi Mr Corells Corellsauto Corellsnuto
auto 1 lknowlthenheolt know It when I see it IL
The girls faoe lighted up and the teardisappeared tear tear8d1aappeared tearsdimppcared
disappeared She be went back to tothotraln tothotralnand the trail trailand trainand
and waited waiteduntllthe until the Coroner bad badpiioled badpiioledEnglneer parole paroleEnglnoer ptoledEnglneerIlimmtck <
Englnoer EnglneerIlimmtck Dlmmlck and Conductor Wagner WagnerThen WagnerThen WagnerThen
Then she vent home to Amltyville AmltyvilleAt An tyvllle tyvllleAt
At her herhome home a agroup group of silent sUentpe people plo on orthe ontho onthe
the veranda struck her cold with fear fearThen fearThen fearThen
Then they th ytoldhor told her as gently as possiblethat possible Outblethat possiblethat
that she had been a passenger on the thetn trail trailthat Dthat 1mmthat
that killed killedher her brother and andhIs his friend friendThan friendThonCoroner friendsThen
Than ThonCoroner Coroner Wallace and Dr J rHutoJ rHutoJeson HuUiU HuUiUeson liutoLeson
eson found toundouti out little by byUttle little the Identity Identityof
of two of tho men Mr MrCoroU Coroll h he was told toldwas toldI8IJ toldwas
was a man of wealth and andmuch much political politicaland poUUcaland politicaland
and social prominence prominenceMr
Mr Corell Corelll1ad had taken his friends Snyder Snydeiand SnyderCUld Snyderend
and Jewell for a ride In the auto towtth with f fview a aview aview
view to Belling the big machine to Mr MrBnyder MrSnyder MrSnyder
Snyder SnyderIt
It is possible that Mr Corel in his eager eagercesa MSOI MSOIn eagerzises
cesa n 88 to todllplay display the thespced speed of the th auto aut mad madup mo moup madeup
up his hi mind to beat bt the train tm to t the cross crossing ctO ctOIg crosslag ¬
lag Ig and kept on at a a I torriflo tr pace paceeven pa puceeven
even when the warning wrDng cries ce of UN UNfrightened t thefrightened
frightened frghtned man mn in the te road were we heard ho and anddespite anddeeple anddespite
despite deeple tho shriek Ihek of the locomotive locomotivewhistle looomoUnwhiste locomotivewhistle
whistle whiste when wbenEger Engineer Dominick DmIDlck saw I what whatwas whatwas ht htabut
was about abut to t happen hppn and andaed sounded an alarm alarmThe arm armThe alarmThe
The dead man whom nobody could
de Dhomnoby culd recog recognize rg rgnlz recognina ¬
nina nlz at first fret was W8 apparently apPlntly about Si year yearold yearsold
old He was wa about 8 C feet fet 1 inch 11t1 inOhta11 toll o oextraordinarily of ofoxtory ofextraordinarily
extraordinarily oxtory powerful pwer build bUd and a weJed weJedaboUt10 weighed weighedabout weigh weighabout
about aboUt10 219 2lOpounds pounds pound Sofarasoouldbeguest Sofarasoouldbeguesthe 8 So tl fuss aa oou could b be guessed guessedhe
he bad a 1 smoothshaven smoothshy face fa with wt regu reguand regular regularand
and a handsome handmfetr features His Ht complexion coinplezibwas oomplexon oomplexonW48 complexionwas
was ruddy it was thought thogbtt thoughtthe tho complexion complexioof cmlxon cmlxonot
of a man m who had ha lived lve well wel and had ha en enJoyed e enjoyed
Joyed life lifeHe ureHo lifelie
He wore black bl trousers trolJl tan t shoes so and andlong andlong a along
long gray gy automoblllng coat c In I his h ti tiwas te tew tie tiewas
was w a pin of plain pllold gold with th six corners cornersIt cmell cmellI
It I had h no p device dTo or lettering On o the th thin thinfinger trd trdfgr thirdfinger
finger fgr of his right hand bd was a seal sal ring ringon rg rgon ringon
on which was WI engraved engllv the letter S Ortho On Ontho Ontho
tho gold gol of his h cuff o buttons but the letters lettJl F Fend FendSas and andS
8 Sas as Initials wereout wereoutJustice were re out outJut cutJustice
Justice Jut of f the Peace Pea Archibald Arhbad Wallace Wallaceacted Wallaceacted
acted ad as the te Coroner ro1er and ad as soon 8D as it was wasevident wasevident as aseTident
evident that tno no amountof aount ot tondej tendercers tendercerscould cue cuecould
could oouldlve save the Uo life of Mr Jewell Jeell Jowefl he or tordered order ordared
dared der the thermov removal ofthe otho ol the bodies bN to t an anus anusdortaldng un undertaking ¬
dertaking dorg establishment estblhent in Bookvifle BookvifleCentre RookIo RookIoCntre BookvlfleCentre
Centre CentreBefore Cntre CentreBefore
CntreDore Before Dore the train tra went wet on the Coroner Coronerplaoed Coronerpla Coronerplaced
placed pla Engineer Egineer Dlmmick Dtc under unde arrest arrestand arrestand t tand
and also aL Edward Edw Wagner Wage the conductor conductorof oonducr oonducror
of the train tra But the th train tra could not 01 run runItself rn rnItlf runtacit
Itself Itlf The men me pleaded plee to be released releasedand read readad releasedand
and ad at length lengb the Coroner Corner rather rathe regret regretfully ngret regretfUlly ¬
fully ruy paroled plothom them for their appearance appearancebefore appce appcebor appearancebeto1e
before bor beto1e ing ingAt him at at RockvUJo Rcke Centre Cntre this th morn morning momIng mornlug ¬
At first frt when win the volunteers volunl1 went ont to towork towork towork
work to take tle the bodies bie out of the th smashed smashedautomobile niashedautomobile
automobile atmobie a womans womalI cape pe and also a a apair ap apair
pair p of gloves too t small sall for mans ml wear wearwere wearwere
were ere found fod That T looked very vr much muc as asif uif
if there had b been bn a woman in the automobile automobilewhen automobilewhen
when whn the collision coUlon occurred oo and ad a search searchwas lleaob lleaoba searchwas
was a made mo for a body bodyThe by byT bodyThe
The T ground gund for to rod r around aund was 11 searched searchedbut ah searchedbut
but nothing notg was found The two to or three threewho t threewho
who had seentho tthe automobile autmobUe flashing hlng down downthe downthe
the Merrick Memokroa road with wih its it electric elOtrio search searchlight ab ablght searchlight ¬
lght light whitening whltg the t rood ro and atn turning the theblackness theblnO theblackness
blackness blnO to comparative oompt V8 brightness were weresure weresure
sure that therehad there h been bn no woman wm womsntn tn I the themachine thllmcho themachine
machine machineIf
mcho mchoI v vIf
If I there had ha been bn a woman v there therethey theretbeysad theretheysald
they tbeysad theysald sold they could ould have seen anhereven anherevenIn her even evenin evenin
in those thos awful awu seconds n between btn the to first firstglimpse fJlt fJltglmp firstglimpse
glimpse glmp of the te leaping leapi machine ma and D the theterrifying te teteryg theterrifying
terrifying teryg crash crh when w ben the train t and the theauto thoauto theauto
auto came c together a spectacle Ipt1 that t wont wontleave wontleave ont ontIevethemfor
leave Ievethemfor them for many m a 1 day they the told Dr DrHutoheson DrHutn DrEutobeson
Hutoheson Hutn last ni nlht nlhtCrnO ght ghtClarence ghtClaren
Clarence CrnO Claren o K Blrdsell Bil of Bay By Shore Shor L I Ia Ia Ia
a passenger prgeron on No 49 41 was so 1 excited exct and andso ad adao andso
so eager eaer to t find nd out just what ht had h happened happenedthat hpped hppedthat happenedthat
that In running rg toward towa the t tb knot 1 lcn t of men menabout J menabout
about abut the Coroner Coronorbbpp he trippotf over OTe a at cross crosstie crosstie
t tie and a fell fe headlong hlong When be h tried tr to toget t toget
get gt up be found fod that his hleft left leg lg was broken brokenDr brke brokenDr
Dr Hutcbeeon Huton set et his hilleg leg and Birdsell BrD was waaaent w wlnt wassent
sent lnt home hme on the train t which hlcb was delayed delayedfortyfive delayedfortyfly
fortyfive minutes by tie the accident accidentThe accidentThe
forfve mute b aet aetThe
The automobile autmobe was numbered l1ubr Mqi Ql and andhad aDdhad andhad
had been boprturaNeYordl beenoperated operated under underaNewYork a New York license licenseIt
I It was u a gasolene glee machine me of o the tbltt tblttOtoon latest latestconstruction latestconstruction
construction Otoon expensive expsvowp large and cap capable capable ¬
able of high hh speed speedCoroner l lCorone speedCoroner
Coroner Corone Archibald Aibld Wallace Wwt will begin beginhis b beginhis
his investigation InveUatton into the cause MU of the te ac accident socident ¬
cidet cident this morning Pomg There Thea are several severaltheories severaltheories r
thee theories of how bw it occurred or Some Bme say saythat MTtt saythat
tt that the theparty party in the automobile heard he the thetrain thotratDoom thetrain
tratDoom train coming p and ad thought they theYwd would have haveplenty haveplenty haveplenty
plenty of time t to cross o tougt the track tk before btore the thetrain thotrain thetrain
train reached rote the crossing ceg Others Othe say saythat saythatMrCorolie
ttY thatMrCorolie that Mr Corells Crl party pr could c not Dt notsee aee the train trainfor t trainfor
for the bushes buelongith along jthe th road ldand and that thatthe thattho thatthe
the noise nol of the machine moble prevented pet them themfrom the themfrom
from hearing ho the th warning of the te flagman flagmanand fn fnand flagmanand
and one onoo or two to others ote who wo shouted t ut that thatthe tt tttho thatthe
the train t was coming comingO >
O GSJoeU 8 Jewell was WI a member meber of the t 33rd 33rdBeglment 2r 23rdfleglanent
Beglment Bg1nt Besides his h wife ie and a child cd he heIs beI
I Is survived luve by a brother Frank l Jewell JewellUse lowU lowUa Jewellalso
Use a a a real estate eetebrokor estatebroker broker and several Iverilst1 sisters sistersBe sistersMo
Be HI was wa M years eol eolD1COVRBD old oldJSCOVERED oldDISCOVRED
OneWe One ne Which Fell FIII to iSrtVBo 18V V Vp en e Paint PetatLoma PaintLame 1t
Lame 1 OaU OaUSIN O ttBr
SIN BA Dnoo DDo C Ca J July LtJ ILCaPt 1J Copt K A AVetos AWeiss
Weiss We keeper kO of 0 the t lighthouse UhPt UhPtLm on P Potot Pototxjma kit kitInni
Lm Inni xjma hd has discovered a meteor m which whichell whichfell bloh blohfe
fe fell ell ml tm In1ITh 7 and which wblchbas ebb has lain 1O lemon on the t ground groundjear ad adn groundnesi
jear the lighthouse ever er since sinceIn me meIn
n t lbt ace aceI
In I the Uwirott records of the lighthouse 1t Capt CaptWelaa CaptWeiss t tWm
Weiss Wm found fod an acoount Aunt of the t falling faot of the themeteor t themeteor
meteor and the t1o location where it struck struckBe struckMe
Be H mt followedthem foowc1 thom and bad h the U gratification gratifloationof iott iottof
of locating lottho tbestone te The T1t ri meteor me was wasround wasfowldtobevez7larj
fo fowldtobevez7larj round to be byerllt veiy large too toolrg large to tobe be bte taken takenout takenout
OtoftM out of the ground und as s awhole whble hole bat 11tr several severalabunka severalchunks
chunks obUI wer re recovered recoverodBi of o it which hh had h broken bren off Oit In the fall fallre tallto8 fallwer
f ssz Bi tnla tai a d rU HM S b w tt IITM 4 M > l nut suIist ct thi thiaaM
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bkasjd fkdwasr 9wa r Lit a Hatoh Htt tat to Oet GenI 41stBearingsU 1 1Bearsacs
Bearsacs Ile BearingsU He and ul III 011 Cwta CwtaBwaedUitter geterely geterelyaedLottN
BwaedUitter aedLottN eu Palled Hie eatef I Water WaterOISTXS w wOrl WI r rOrims
OISTXS Orl BAT B1 July JulYIST IS 13The Th whole b1t toi toiwa ton tonwas
wa waroUtl aroused at 1130 Oclock ootnht tonight b ba by byft
a terrific to explosion ut to itedUc the tbodlreothm direction of o Sagamore Saga S Sagemore
more mH Hill the tePdt Presidents summer ho hoPeople horns hornsPeople
People P plo rushed from tromt their houseto 1 vari varistegos various variousstages
stages 1tIOt of r undress und and a report rrt spread spreadwildfire l like likewildfire
wildfire w that t anarchist at had hb been Ip atwor atworat at work worka workat
at a the te ttooMvelt Yot mansion mansionDr mlo mansionDr
Dr Barnes B and aiat another Oyster OyterJ Ba Bay Bayphysician
1 physician hysllhodt rushed to the t waterfront watrnt wittheir with witht withtheir
their t medicine mc cases c1Ilth with the t intention IntUon o otaking of ofttDe oftaking
taking ttDe a boat b baMcrou across the UO bay by and renderin renderinmedical ldelg ldelgm rendering renderingmdlcalald
medical m mdlcalald aid a incase 10 Incaseof of Injury Iur to the t President Presidenor Pnt Pntor Presidentoranyof
or oranyof any a of o the te thmemlrs members meJl of hi b 1s family fay Many Mamother Manyother
other oter people pel started ttp post t haste ht for Saga Sagamore aa aamo Sagamorelihhi
more mo morelihhi morelihhiIn Hill HillIn Hi
In I the t meantime mctb it was WA le learned that thatth thathe that thatthe
the th explo explosion was at a Contra Qntre Island Ij on orwhich onwhch onwhich
which whch is I the tb clubhouse club of the th Seawanhaka SeawanhakaCorinthian Bwa SeewanhakaCOrInthian
Corinthian Cort Yacht Club CubA A twocyltodei twocyltodeigasolene two1dor two1dorgl twocylindergasol
gasolene gl gasol ne launch 1cOWo owned by J S Glllespl Glllesplof OWelo OWeloofBtford Oillespieofilteanford
of Stamford ofBtford Conn blew ble up andwas adwa totall totalldestroyed totly totlydetroy totally totallydestroyed
destroyed destroyedA
detroy A party consisting of Mr and Mrs1 MiGU MiGUIele GU GUlerple OilIeplo
lerple Iele ApooMItng and fourteen torn friends friendsvfive trlon vfive fin of when whenwere whomwere
had dined at vthe the clubhouse clubhouaand clubhouseand
were e women omen h dlno to clubol cluboland
and were about at to start Btrt back b to Stamford Stomforion Stord Stordon
on the theJh theJhT thelsunch thelsunchThe launch launchThe
The T party prty stood sto on the pier while Mr MrGillesple MrGillespie
Gillesple Giepio and his hi cousin cousi got into Int the te boa boato bo boto
to get ready ryror for the start at Mr Ollleipli Ollleiplilit OIlpl OIlplW OlileEpieI1ta
lit I1ta a a match mtob to t get at his bi bearing bearingInstantly bp bpIDltUy bearingInstmnthy
Instantly IDltUy there thor was an explosion elclon and the thibeat te tebt theboat
beat bt burst bt into names fm Mr H OiUespiei OiUespieii Oieples OieplescusIDw Gillespiecousin
i cousin cusIDw was hurled huled into the water wat from fronwhich fm fmwWob fromwhich
which he was hauled huled severely lely burned burnedby buro burnedby
by the t men r of the tep party partyMr partyMr
Mr Gfuesple Gtt was so 8 sobadlyburnd badly by burned bl that a afirst at atfirst t tAt
first At it was thought togbt he would wuddl die Hiwas Hi Beterto Hewas
was taken terto to the clubhouse clubh0 where wh it itu was waisaid wassaid
said u later that tt be would probably prbaly recover recoverMrs rnr rnrMn recoverMu
Mrs Mu Gillespie Olepl remained rm there ther to nurse D him himThe himThe
The T rest rt of th the party pawenttoBtoln pawenttoBtolnHoP went to Stamford Ic IcHoward In InHoward
Howard HoP P Smiths steam It yacht yachtFALL yat yatFALL ycbtFALL
Two To Girls GJI Are Thrown owOWeu out When the i iStops chr chrStops
Stops stop Midway MidwayJAMBSTOWN M MidwayJaaczsrown
JAMBSTOWN J alrN N Y July JulylSA 13 13A A car c on the thelooptheloop theloopthelp thelooptheloop
looptheloop loopthelp at Celeron Clor Park stuck stuckhalf ltuc stuckbait
half h way a around the th circuit clt at atG 6 oclock oclockthis oclockthis
this t afternoon amoon and atwopl two girls were thrown thrownout thrownout
out and seriously Irlotr hurt They Ty ore I Ethel EthelBoyd Eel EelBy EthelBoyd
Boyd of this city It who ho Is 1 12 years yesriold e old and andher andber andher
her By guest get Irene Broadwetl Br won of Cleveland Clevelandwho CJOol clevelandwho
who la i I 7 xara x older oklerThe olr olrTh olderThe
The Th parent pte of Miss 1 Boyd Boy have a a cottage cottageat ott
at Celeron C and a she s with her hr mother mt ar arrived aried ¬
rived riv a few fe days dy ago a to spend a the summer summerThis 1 immerThis
This T afternoon arot aftoznoonthe the girls in I company om with withT
T W Truaoott of Cleveland clambered clamberedinto clamberedmba
Cv1 o
into Ito mba a oar c on the looptheloop the1 for a rid ridThe r ridThe
The T oar c ran r up t aa Inctte 41 4 fiat thh thha high highand bIg1iand
and a 110 10 feet fel feetin la i length Jzwb and maklag ll a circle circletarteddownward ot circletarteddownward
tarteddownward dowa to gather speed f forks ru ruthrough nmthrough
through thrp the t loop l Just Ju at the t th baas bof of th tha the thec thecir
c cir l K Mr Toottug ty hjte1tis hjte1tisa r ra
a slackening of f speed The hMtt oar 4r however howeverdid h hdi wive wivedid
did di not DttOP atop until unU well within Wt the t circle1 circle1of oJI oJIott ciro1eoftho
ott oftho of the loop loopd and about att thirtyfive feet flt from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the ground Than The there tre waa another te Jerk Jerkand jt
and 4 d c the car c stopped ep hurling hU 1 the girls girteheadlong ll girlsheadlong 1
headlong headlongThey h headlongThey g i
They fell squarely across the rails xIlaand xIlaandthe and andthe
Ty to ql1 a te 1
the car c following fonO backward ba on o therafla theraflapinned tr Ui Uipinned
pinned pi their tlb bodies to the track trackSo t trackSo I ISo
So firmly 1y were wore ethe the girls fastened tltoto fUt ed to that thatrolls therails i
rolls that tt It I was waaJe necessary to use u levers leversto leverto
to r t pry the t car C from frm the track t before bo they theycould the thecd thycould
could cd be removed removedThey roTed roTedTho removedThey
They Tho were e taken takt to the t Arlington AlIng Hotel Hoteltt Hot Hotelat 1 1Ceo
at tt Celeron Ceo Csiomnand and a hasty htero haMymInsUon examination of o the thoinjuries theiue theInjuries
injuries iue was 111 made mo Both Miss 1 Ml Boyd Boydships Boy Boydhips
hips hlp were o broken bte and her he flesh fM fleshwsi waa badly badlylacerated N badlylacerated
lacerated 1 Miss M BrpadweU Bre sustained wed simi similar 1 similam ¬ I
lam J injuries iu injuriesMr k kMrTrusobtt i iMr
MrTrusobtt Mr Tt Thlo tt the t other o or occupant opao occupasitof of the theoar te tec thecar
oar c clung clu to it when wbl it stopped Itop and escaped escapedinjury escapedinjury
injury injuryLater lDju injuryLaten
Later L In the evening ev the t girls were taken takento
to the hospital hoit at Jamestown Jat awee and andt their theirinjuries theirinjuries
injuries lDju dressed drT The physicians pb do not notgive notpeJuheOetiot notgive
give peJuheOetiot much encouragement < or their recov recovery rv rvI rv1Broo recovery ¬
ery I
eryMiss eryMI Miss 1Broo MI BroadweU la the daughter da of Police PoliceLieutenant PolioLieutenant
Lieutenant Leutt G W Y BroadweU B1leofWaTT B1leofWaTTp of 48 4NWaverly 4NWaverlyplacendMlss Waverly Waverlyplace
place placendMlss and Mis J Boyd Byd is the te daughter du of ofCbariesBoyd ofCbaztes
p COlBoo Cbaztes CbariesBoyd Boyd of U6 1 l Kent Etm street cleveland OevalandThe clevelandTb
The Tb looptheloop lptlo was erected thia t thlaum thlaumseer Bum Bummer ¬
seer me by b a Philadelphia Ph concern o Thetreae Thetreaeurer T The ti tiu trsae trsaezrr
urer u H E Acheobaok Al says ea the tb aoddent aoddentwas a socidelitwas
was caused cau by the t catching okh of o the t under undergearing undergearing i I
gearing sl of the te th car c on p th the runway runwayKILLED rT runwayKILLED
Upstate Vpe tawyrr lf Bte lo Bleed of Injarle le BeeHved BeeHvedWane PeertvegWbfle
Wane Oe at Week I tft M e Field FieldUTICA Fe FieldUTICA
UTICA Une N Y YJul July ULe8Ion ULe8IonG 13Lawyer 18 Lawyer Sheldon SheldonQ
Q Weanrot Weaver of Vernon Ven prominent pit in Mat Matsonic Mascale
sonic 8nlo and andpUUc political circles oo died di today toda7tbrlt aa aatha asthe
the tbrlt result of injuries 1 sustained laa on Monday Mondaywhile Mondaywhile
whO while driving drl a ata team of young 7nc horse at atLaebed attaebed
Laebed t to a mowing m Jal machine The T horses horeesan horsesran
ra ran an away awa and aK8on MrBbaldon Mr Sbbldon wa was U Utrom > thrown thrownrom thrownfrom
from rom the th seat t in front fnt of the t machine me chIns His Hlaigbt Hisright I
right ht arm Uo1bt caught between b e1 the t knives J on onbe onthe
t the be mower m and was wasnl nearly severed He Heraa Heotherwise
raa otherwise otbl badly bl cut ct about aut the t body bodynd b bodyI I
and nd I suffered 8e greatk paf1u gresticu > s of blood bl as be h1 lay laya layin
in a theroadway troa1lay bforeme before medical assistance aastotanoeould assistancecoul4
i coul4 ould b b be summoned lo Hto m death deh resulted resultedorm rte resultedf
t orm r rn shook aoka and undo as S of blood bloodCLARK bl bloodOLARK
asset tor Bays It Was W Expedient Jxn U Keep KI it iteoretrnuady IsseeretFaaI1y
eoretrnuady tFaJD Dtdat MJeet MJeetHJUJUCA beet beetHzzaatA
HJUJUCA H Hon M July JU U 1Ua ILValWd Dnltd Stales Stalesnator tass tassSenator
Senator nator W WA A Clark Ck today lasued J Issueds a amt state statemt MMmont
mt mont mt concerning Cr his h marriage I iag in Iranoe Iranoeore Fr Fr1ziO
mor 1ziO ore than tt three yean ago 0 to his h ward wardlas wardM1esAnna
M1esAnna las Anna A La I 1 Chapelle Cp The T Senator frr frrTrea says aayaThere saysThere
There Trea are many mr good reasons rwT rwTh why whyHh whrboth
both Hh h Mrs 1 Mr Clark Ck clarkand and J myself mdOlI desired our ourarriage our3x1rrIge
arriage to remain a secret Mrs l dark darkId ak akdid clarkdid
did m Id not notcr oar tr for foral forioclal social distinction do 1 nor norions oblige obligetloa
tIO tloa ions Do tb that would w be b entailed ented by b bysey ao MJ MJIfe publie publielife 60 0 0Ite8
Ite8 life Ife She was anxious to remain r1 In 3urepe 3urepefor u ua
fo for a time to continue anxo U her br studies and felt tel feltehaooud
ehaooud Soufcl 1 flo this with nor lore au freedom freedomT fredoenParoosfly N
lrIoW Paroosfly O 10 W I would w hf imve fr preferred to tolfbr tohayehrwtth
lfbr hayehrwtth U ma asailtimS all t bu but say 8 8t ax axteneiiu
t teneiiu T interests Int compelled C MM a to too t spend spenda i
a gleeS de deal or Usse t travelling tbroupout tbroupouttbe
u tbe ULtd Slat J I did b ot lw bav C say aDYto se seto
to o mttelf to devote dev to social bUgMiooa bUgMiooathofcr 4lgekonsand I
and mhU their active requlremeata m 1 It 11 has bema bemaid beeaItUect beenstated
a stated id t that a my m family f milyobJeoled objected to this thiaB tWaume thisunle
ume B Wl WMt8nrapprebWilOBIIAQ WMt8nrapprebWilOBIIAQmay Whatever vjr apcrehenaioBrlf apprehezieloa if any anyy anymay
may y have hfenIIttd existed In this respect on enoSptton JII7 JII7lIMtlt ay ayrt
lIMtlt rt it WM e tirelr dissipated dJetlLben when the theacts UIraota
raota acts were dlecl disclosed by their Ir cordial oonUa1otpttoaoftho rer rerptlon
otpttoaoftho oSptton ptlon of the Information tton and their theirprovel po popro p proyal
royal pro of these relations which blah blahOII were wereThenagato see so soessential
OII essential to my ha happineiss PInelll Thenagato IIIM1i a I Iedacated ImrchUd Iwapted
wapted mrchUd to 6e edacated ecl8CtecI1n ecl8CtecI1naDd to America Americaup Americaas
aDd br up M aureto1ate a resolute and patriotic patrioticMr patriotloMrs
Mr Mrs dark is nowia ft01t 1a ItAly IttJ bataiejirin bataiejirinura bottrin bottrinmum btjthe wifl wiflreturn
mum ura to WahlMton WuhlagtonI1 ethIe = tWa wtaSer wtMIrthe when wbeahe whenthe
the he aevatefsewbowe et wW w1 be epsae
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Jary in Mt ott tat wptrt or r WM I1sSShRUfl5 I1sSShRUfl5II1 MaBer MaBerCUld eri eriExI
CUld II1 Ex ExI Exdthst aerate t Bat BatNnr 8t 8tN MliiNsw
Nsw N RArnt 1tA HAzwJuly July 118The 13 lLTbeJlr7 The Jury J ry m fa the theoIt thecase th thcaa
case of the Rev CharJea C1i S Bullock BuUooliotBtf otStra1 otStra1ford oStrfttfcrd t ttGtdwhO
ford tGtdwhO who was accused aOawIedofb a ouaed of being lqtbetitMr lqtbetitMrot the fatb fatbof fatzsr fatzsrof <
of theJl the be yearold chfld chUdof of Miss JlJMJwlle laabelle Viol ViolShatter VIola VIola8haDer ThisSballer
Shatter brought in arerdiotof ae a erdIot otnot otnottoI1Icht of not guttt guttttonight gi2Lty gi2Ltytonlghtaftr
tonight tonlghtaftr after Rer beIng eat for three thrMhowII thrMhowIIWbe hours bournWhen hoursWhen
When the tbeyedl verdk T twaanoouoedAttor twaanoouoedAttorneyJsqobP was aoncunoed auolB1oecbAUof auolB1oecbAUofn Attor Attorney
ney n neyJsqobP Jaoob JaqobP P Ooodhart counsel oo ftM1tor for the themlnkter thea thisrekitetse
mlnkter reached reaohedOTer over to afaake hand hAndAIith hAndAIithMnhtIook hAndawlthMr will willMrs
Mrs MnhtIook Bullock ullook but butbef before re he hecoukIolatp hecoukIolatpher could clasp claqberhandbedroppedraa claspberband
berhandbedroppedraa her berband be bed dt pped fa faa faint to the the floor floorMrs doorMrs Oor OorMrt
Mrs Bullock threw UIn thrwwtse water on an him and I Iflvs In Inft Inye
flvs ft ye adfiutea he oame came to He H had badboea badboeam bee beeill been beenflu
ill for forlll1lh1dayaand several days and bad been beeatrJtDl beeatrJtDltho tryia tryiathe tr7lngthe
the case on niI Ia his nerve n neTbeJudP Tho Tb Judge fOrbade forbadany fOrbadeany forbadeany
any demonitratton d att n in the court ourtrOomC1 room over ovetheverdict overthTefdlot fr frnpt
theverdict theverdictThe thTefdlotThe
The womi women npt gathered eredaround around Mrs 1arIB Bui Builook 1loakaadkWtd Diiilock
look loakaadkWtd and kissed her while btle the them male mem members memberI mmhers
hers of ofMr Mr BuHocka congregation ol1cifpUoDbearti1Y ol1cifpUoDbearti1Yahook beartil beartilshook heartily heartilyshook
shook him by the the1w1d hand The clergymen clergymaiwaa
waa so overcome that tbatbeor1 be ii cried d freely freelyDYNAMITE treelyDYNAMIIE freelyDYNAMITE
Desaaad De Made on Mest Ieelid and Mtrehan MtrehanEach MuaEaellt4 MtrelDtFae
Each Eaellt4 Fae to Place oeel I000 8a la a Cemetery CemeteryWIUKSBAMH C41meterJWunsu CemeteryWurnuun
WIUKSBAMH Wunsu Fa PaTulTISrbreata July 18 ILThreats Threat t tdynamite to todynamtte todynamite
dynamite a priest rieit and a merchant of Pitta Pittaton Pitteton Pittton
ton unless each places I1ooo 1000 at the thefoot foot o oa of ofa ofa
a monument In a a designated dee1patodcemetory cemetery cemeterywere I Iwere
were contained contaiD d m n four anonymous letters lettcnreceived lettersreootved lettersreceived
received in the the1ut last two twoweebTbo week The last lastletter lastlottercame lastlattercamo
letter lottercame come yesterday and the matter rhaa rhaanow hoi hoinow baanowbeen
now nowbeen been placed In the he hands of the police policeThe polleeThe policeThe
The threatened thre teDod men rilen are Father Michael MiohacSzedvitis MloblSudTltJoand MichaelSzedvItic
Szedvitis SudTltJoand and A W WTolpler Telpler of Pitteton PittetonThey P1ttlltonThe PittstonIliey
They The hare no suspicion of otho who has threat threatenedthem threatenod threatenedthem ¬
enedthem enod them but believe from the tone o othe of oftho ofthe
the letters that more m redre ro than one person are aritrying uetrrfngtofrlgbtenthem aretryinE
trying trrfngtofrlgbtenthem to frighten them out of the town townAs townu townAs
As a hotel near Telplera place was dyna dynamlted d1Dm1te dynarelIed
relIed 1 ayearagoafter a ytar goafter Its owner ownerwas was 11 threat threatened threatened threatenod ¬
ened a aclOolleiluardSa close closeguard guard U being kept keptoTer over bli blihouse blahousoandthe hihouse
house housoandthe and andtho the residence of the theprl theprlOVELRI7 priest priestXOVEL priestXOEE1
ExSenator Exlle Sloaas ino glosasIndtsa Indian Valet Beleaie BeleaieSix Be1eaaeasix litleaseSix
Six White Wbte1 Dove Dovel at atbe the Burial BurialOflwsoo 1IUrIaIOnooN BnflalOlBGo
Oflwsoo OnooN N Y YJu July y is iLAn An interesting interestingfeature inteNIttntotUfOool1Docted interestingfeature
feature totUfOool1Docted connected with the burial of ex exState ix ixState axStat
State Senator George B Sloan here todaj todajwas toadaTadlMcairr1n todywas
was adlMcairr1n the carrying out ut of a apagan pagan nrite rite at t the thegrave thegran thegrays
grave by Kltawago JWa for formaziy many years his hisIndian hIaIndian hisIndian
Indian valet Mr rBloan Sloan was an Episco Episcopalian EpJaoopa11aDandaftoithotervloee Episcopn ¬
palian pa11aDandaftoithotervloee pn and after the services at the church churchthe churchhector churchtherector
the therector hector rector theRev L I O GJ40rrit Morris went to tothe tothe toheceznetery
the heceznetery cemetery where hentbe the final ftnallervtoee services were wereconductedat wereoanduotedat wereconductedat
conductedat the grave graveAt graveAt i iAt
At the conclusion Eitawaga KltaW appeared appearedat
at the head boadof of his masters grave and after afterpronouncing afterpronouncing I IproDOuncIDcan
pronouncing an invocation to the god CO godot godothi of ofhi othi
hi countrymen opened open d > a cage andliber andliberated and1tbermx and4tberMed ¬
Med six white hUe dove doveThe doVelThedatr dovesThe
The Thedatr affair affairwu was arranged with 1tb the content contentof
of the family familyTBIRD tam11TTHIRD familyThIRD
MX Mile MIIelADe Une U Be flailS Ballete te t Try Ont eattbe eattbeceawaa the theCentrals th thchatrats
Centrals New Ne Engines KngloesAtBiKr EnSIDeIALBAn EnginesALnawr
AtBiKr July Ju17lll1 JUiyaA IB A third rail ralVeleotrIe1 ralVeleotrIe1system electriocU electriocUsystem ele triO triOail
system ail is lIIiob to be installed for r a stretch of ofslxmllesbatWBen of ofBIT ofMrI1frI5tW
slxmllesbatWBen BIT et1riieD Sohenaotadyad ScbeDectad1 heneotady and Hoff Hoffiaaa 1Io1fIoaerdE1eCtrto HoffasbyhaOinend
iaaa asbyhaOinend by tho IoaerdE1eCtrto Oeneral Electric ieotri Company O O rupany of ofBcbehectady ofS f fd
Bcbehectady S and a d the Ntw N1rnr eThk tTotk ttt Central Centraland Centrallad ntr 1 1aid
and Hudson Hud it River flbu Railroad RailroadThe tat1rCadnteIr ltallrcidflejy
The nteIr ytem t nSatorthe tan I Ii for forthe the purpose of testing testinge1 testingeloctlocomotIve tesllugeloctrioal
eloctrioal e1 otrb1JOoomOt1ri locomotives which are to be used usedon usedon usedon
on the Hudson H de n River division 10n of the railroad ra11rodtnmtbe railroadfrom railroadfrom
tnmtbe from the Grand OlaDdCentral Central Station 8taU n to a point pointthirtyflvai pointtl1lrtrlI pointthirtyfly
thirtyflvai miles Ues north northELOPERS northzwzE northL4EAS
old and udlI Married rdedM Man afto Ttievght They Were WerePar WereD4IfllDlpellIl1W WerePuri
Par vM and D4IfllDlpellIl1W Jnmpod Into lnt Creek CreekRoaiBU OeekJ1oSuriOOI treekBoniuso
RoaiBU J1oSuriOOI Boniuso o Orer Oe July Jul u 13Eloping Eloptag Eloplngwltb EloplngwltbWIlUm with withWilliam withWilliam
William Ford a married man znan30 80 BOear years old oldEinity oldErnIl oldEmily
Emily ErnIl Bogard Bopro1 If 1 years of oraieI age leaped lap d to todeath todeath todeathwltbblmln
deathwltbblmln death with ltbb1mID him to the tbemnddywateru muddy mu Jdrwaten waters of Mill MillCreek M1UCreek MillCreek
Creek this afternoon Iifternoonwben when a pursuing party partywas partybelitved partywas
was believed to be boupon upon them themTh thomTbehat themTlishat
Th Tbehat hat of the thIl1d girl left eUupooho upon the bank bankwllh bankwIthMiaW1aoraided bankw1thttiIy
wllh wIthMiaW1aoraided w1thttiIy a hastily aorawled note noteplead1ng pleading for forf fortoritnc forfwg1vess
f orgtvanees toritnc gave the clue clu which hioh led to the thediscovery thodJ thediscovery
dJ oonryot discovery of the bodies The Coroner Coronerleft Coronerleft Coronerleft
left here h berathla this evening to hold an Inquest InquestMOTHER inquestMDrB inquestMOTHER
Ughtalag Ba Baa Tkrvagb ftioebdae the Cottage Cotta bat batI
I toff JAf Ue ther Jsey Vafearaaed VafearaaedSABAToax t1iaIIar JnMedSAstrooA lled lled8lJi
SABAToax 8lJi NOA N Y Y ru11SKra July is 13Mrs Mra Henry HenrySmith RenrySmith
Smith and her ao Cecil Cedlwwo ware tandlng 1itaDdID 1itaDdIDcloeID itandizigcloa tandlngctose
ctose together at tbeir tb lr home 11111 in kaCoriDtb kaCoriDtbSaratop Corinth CorinthSaratoga CorinthSaratoga
Saratoga county yeaUrday yeet rdsy y afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonbena afternoonwhena
when bena a heavy storm burs upon that place placeA plaooAboltot
Aboltot A bolt of lightning zigzagged aedthroub aedthroubtho through throughthe
the cottage and killed Mrs Smith but butthe buthi butthe
the boy boywsa waa unharmed unharmedAT d dMRL
FuaersIf Fnaeral er Mark Twates ltrilaaWUe wM Wit to tGlBe Be a Held Heldla HeldaEladnDtlrtdaJ UcidIn
la aEladnDtlrtdaJ aEladnDtlrtdaJultYu11S1Th Euiilrsn Elntra + TettrMay TettrMayEiouaANY ThWyEiILIIA
EiouaANY EiILIIA ultYu11S1Th N YJuI July l1Thsbodyot llThe body bod of Mrs MrsSamuel MrSamuol AfrsSamuel
Samuel L JCJemeDtmiwd cleine Clemens arrived bare this even evenlag OTenIDIID evenleg
lag IDIID in the car tr Forest ret1ImI HOle and Mwas waa taken takento takeDtotali
to totali the boss of orlulfbr bar brothr tberOen brcth rOsn Oen Charles CharlesJ
J T Lang angrlei on oaHI1utnt onMa Mate street Tbanaoooin TbanaoooinpanM There aoooID aoooIDpan soooinpanled
panM pan tile body b0dythe frow New York york besides besidestaa buIdMtJaeJwIb
the tJaeJwIb auafa aid Oen 00aJ Oeningdcu Longdon R Its hi sea oa Jsrri JsrriLangdoe IIIriIJaqd JwrlaIanden
Langdoe Jaqd ana Heoead ead VioePreaident V E EoLoezaJIor ELoomiS X XLoerato
LoomiS LoezaJIor of the IheJMA thiaa T ia railwaywho railwaywhoaarrisd nJlwaTboaarriId rullwaywhomarried
married Gen Laagdan1 a daMghter Sdekghwlb daMghterThe chUfh chUfhIM
The lb fUMral service IIftJoNN are appofatsd t8d for foroo
4 oclock oo Thnraday T attssocs af tarnooa and IIIdwtl1 will be besimple beIImPI belmDl
simple lmDl jb The TbeBn Bev Samuel I JB Eaatmaa of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Park Congregational C MI MIKrI Church Cbrebwhar CbrebwharMrs where whereMr
Mrs Mr clemens a worshipped worab before bar mar marriage mazooriApi marrlagee
riage and a1MI where the I te2Jaomu lateThomasgB te2Jaomuwu Beaches Beacheswas ober oberwas
was pastor will officiate The nebaYe Tbehare pallbea pallbeahave =
have notbeen IUI uot been announced Ift The he bo bowiU beau b bwill
will au b be m the theraanr family pIes at t Wocdlawn Wocdlawnbeside Woodla Woodla1aMIde Woodlawnbeside
beside the grave Ibor of a 4 daughter hwJto who died diedrreril d1lclral diedsirterul
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10rtJmodead fortY more dead than the thehave oseppapera iore ioreable wore woreabi
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may have died since or a Ia a before some somen aomepertODI eore eorepsiotis
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changes of grad grads h e Brooklyn Rapid Rapidrraakrisw BapJdTllb8i1 RapidTrtorn
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at t the Aaaonia AIW A cnIa WM II wasripasted rp rted last night to todetain tou tohi
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MEAT FOR 1 101Y8 101Y8StrlhrsBrfnl DAYS DAYSPACKERS DAYSStrikirs
StrlhrsBrfnl Strikirs Bring NlrVorklatll NlrVorklatllEdiIOf Niw York to I IEdgs
EdiIOf Edgs of Famlftt FamlfttPICKERS FamiNPACKERS
And Small IlillUBlltclleri Butchers AlnayRaiit AlnayRaiitPrices Alru Afruy w wPrices flailS flailSPrices
Prices ti the POor PoirWholesaler POorWholesalera
Wholesaler Ilarent nnt Pat Up Rmtei RatteD t taDd taDdaft and tko tkoBigger e eBtger
Bigger aft Butcher B8tcIIrnfl11a Mill WulKeep Keep lCeePDDIIn on u lervtac lervtacHegular IaeilUbU 1eT4seIMeluhir
Hegular Customers at the tl1eVtuallrteee tl1eVtuallrteeeU Usual rVtoM rVtoMas
as Lone as the apply Lasts LastsMen 1Auu 1AuuMen L6atLMen
Men on Virtue Here bat They J1IeJAre J1IeJAreUDllkUflS Are AreUnskilled AnVssklhIed
Unskilled laborers bora Whose Places P1a P1aeeach P1aeeachEullyUeFllledAtterullay Cal CaaEadly CalEt11Be
Eadly Et11Be EullyUeFllledAtterullay Be Filled FIlledArter After a Day Oa or orh orTwA1I orTwA1IDepends Twe All AllDepend AllOependionUlo
Depend OependionUlo on the Frocrem ProlPealn Pr ireas In Resuming ResumingWork RealllalQWork MesmeingWork
Work Made IUadel11 In the WestIts aSyewa aSyewainetlo a S StbeUo8 AypslheUe
inetlo tbeUo8 Strike tko to to1fnTwoente to1fnTwoenteanlloDr Win Two Cents Mere Merean MeesS
S an anlloDr flour fortlie for tile Batchers Du fII Helpers Helpersand Delpen Delpenand Helpersand
and the Striker ItrlkerHope Hope the Beet TrosV rrvWWBemamOd TrosVWill rrustWin
Will WWBemamOd Be Blamed for the Inconvenience InconvenienceThe inoollTenleaeeThoblg
The Thoblg big meat packing plants from rromeno rromenoend one oneend oneend
end of the country Countryto to the other save m mCincinnati li liCJnciDnat1 t tCincinnati
Cincinnati and Milwaukee ldllwukeowereout were out o obusln of ofbuslneea ofbualnOas
buslneea a yesterday reeterdaon on account aco acoountottbo uritotthe of tho sy sypathetio I Ipathetio syss sysspatlietlo
pathetio strike which whl b is intended to gain gainfor ptnfor gainfor
for the butchers laborer laborerean an increase 1 1oreaaein 1oreaaeinpar jn jnpay n t tpayfmm1Gto
pay payfmm1Gto from from1G ie > J to 18J 18 283centh < centa Ctntan an anbour anbourThere hour hourThere hourThere
There are some lome1udependentplantlat lome1udependentplantlatrk independent pUnta at atwork itwork
work rk but the amount of nibat they tbe10sD tbe10sDuppJ on onsupply cansupply
supply uppJ is small and unless the big packing packinghouses IgboUies packinghouses
houses can canresumol11 resume in a day d yor or two with withunion withUDlon withunion
union or orDOnuDlonlab nonunion labor rtbe the supply upplot upplotmet of ofmeat ofmeet
meat for the whole holooountrywtll country will be beoutto beouttov cut to tovery tovery
very v small proportions proportiouslndeecL proportiouslndeecLIn indeed indeedIn
In Chicago yesterday ye terdaabo terdaabomado a beginnIng was waamade wasmade
made to put putnonUDtonmenat nonunion men at work workaDd and andL
L 1 F Swift of Swift A Co Co1ILId sold itwas It hoped hopedto
to have baTethep1antirunntng1n barothe the plants running in normal shape shapewithin ilhapewlthtn shapewfthinashorttlmno
within wfthinashorttlmno a short time timeMeantime UmeKeanUaioNewYork A AMeantime
Meantime KeanUaioNewYork New York city has h roughly roughlyspeaking rouah1apealdng roughlyspeaking
speaking enough meat on ouhandtonpply ouhandtonpplyOODIIUDlen hand to supply supplyconsumers supplycorisimiers
consumers foraweok fora for wook orsoond or soand aDhome some more morequantity more moreqUlUlUty morequantity
quantity not ascertainable 1able 1 a on onthe ontheThe the way wajThe wayThe
The meat handler hand1ertare are on strike trikobutthelr trikobutthelrpJ but buttbe1i buttbe1iplaces their theirplaces
places oee can easily euUb be filledProspects filled finedProtpeotl filledProspect
Prospects for fortho the days succeeding uoooed1ncHODday uoooed1ncHODdaydependenttrelyon Monday Mondaydepend Mondaydepend
dependenttrelyon depend entirely on the supply from the theWest theW theW
West W st and anclmtlollt1tno an4 an4mentIme meantime the them1aner smaller butchera butcheradoing batChefli batCheflidolD butehendoing
doing business bualn l u among the poor poorune have al already alread uiready ¬
ready read seized upon the strike as lUIan asairexcus omiicuse omiicusefor SOtlM SOtlMfor 4 4for
for putting puttlqupmeat up moat prices p C8four four or five fivecenta flyecent fivecents
cent a pound The better class butchers butcherswill but bersIll ber berwill
will < serve regular customers custoDlOllat at normal normalprices normalprloee normalprice
prices as IUIlone long as aI the supply lasts lasts8OOO 1aetI8OOOon lasts3000on
8OOOon 8OOO on Strike S lkeOer lkeOerNot Here HereNot fleesNot
Not far frfrom from SXM 1000 New York members membersof
of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and andButchers andButcheJlUnlon andButcher
Butchers ButcheJlUnlon Union of North America went wenton wenton I Ion
on strika yesterday yesteri1aymomlnl morning and andihelr andihelrqulttlDaork their theirquitting theirquitting
quitting qulttlDaork work tied upthe business of oi every eysrjrNew everyNew rr rrN
New N l1I York branch of the big Chicago pack packing packtug packjug ¬
tug houses These include Armour Jc Co CoSwift CoBwlft CoSwift
Swift t Co Sohwarzsohlld 8c BuUberger BuUbergerCudoby BulabergerCudoliy r rc1dahy
Cudoby Bro Nelson Morris orrl ct Co Coand dOand Coand
and the St Louis Dressed DrclledBeef Beef and Pro Provision ProTlslon Provision
vision Company CompanyTbe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The only packers Iackere not affected by the thestrike theItrike thestrike
strike are those who are not affiliated ilatehrith afilistedwlththe ilatehriththo with withthe
the socalled d Beef Trust frustChIo Chief of the1ndependentl the theIndependents theIndependents
Independents are Conron Bros and andtb andtbIndJaDapou the theIndianapolis theIndianapolis
Indianapolis Abattoir Company These Theseconcerns Th Th00000ftI8 Theseconcerns
concerns were doing IDg business bu lney yesterday yesterdaynausual yeeterdaTusual yesterdayaueualmihalnPered
nausual aueualmihalnPered aueualmihalnPeredThe usual unhampered unhamperedThe
The New York strikers have no grievances grievancesf
of f their own They Tho ore areS striking fljg In > syathy sya 11Dih sysapithy
pithy h thy with their brother butchers butcheJlb butcheJlbCh1cago to togo lxichicago
chicago go The leaders of the theCblorjto Chicago Chicagoi Chicagostrike
strike i hope by tying up in every detail the thobut1Delof thestnesa thexeofthebigpacker5bothInNsw
but1Delof stnesa xeofthebigpacker5bothInNsw xeofthebigpacker5bothInNswYork of the big b packers both in New Nework NewYork
York ork and Chicago to tobrIDlf bring about a meat meatfamine meatfamine to tofamine
famine and an intolerable situation situ onhIch onhIchma which whlohmay whichanal
may ma cause public sentiment to bring the theemployers theemployell theemployer
employers to the strikers term ternwThia termsThis
This ThiIIltriko strike is altogether for rorthe the butchers butchershelpers btlt botcherspunskIUod hsra hsrabeJper
beJper helpers punskIUod unskilled laborers It is As as If Ifall Uall Ifall
all the cooks in the country struck because becausetheir becauHtheir becausetheir
their scullions didnt dldn tlel88 get aa much pay as astbe IIthe asthe
the Bouillons SOUlU M demanded These Th butchers butchershelpers butohnbelper butchershelper
helpers t m Chicago were getting 17X l1 cents oanUin OII centsanbaur ta taanhCJl11
anhCJl11 in hour They 1110 asked for for18 ISJi cent They Theyjot fte ftecot Thsyjot
jot In the new deal ioX IIIXoent 1 > cents They Theyprophaalad seyprophetled Theyprophesied
prophesied that this would ould mean a general generalreduction geueraizeduotica 1 1reduoUon
reduction of ofwagee wages geI an along ulongthe the line Then ThenhtTBtxuck Thentbeyatzuck Thenthey
htTBtxuck tbeyatzucktanI they htTBtxuckBetaner struck struckietfl
Betaner tanI r Batohermen Stay at Work WorkAt Wor1EAt WorkAt
At present pnaentonlythe only onlythe the big packers are areat areatteo of ofd atfotsd
teo d by the strike The employees omplo of ofNew orthe ofthe
the New NYotk York Jobbers and tndntallenof retailers of meat meatve ethave monthex
have ve not nOtJolned Joined the strike whereat hereatthe hereattheatrike the thetrike thethke
trike leaders le are ar sorrowful aorrowtulThe sorrowfulThe ul ulThe
The men who out the meat and de dework tha thaoric Ikework
work oric in the thebutcher butcher butoherlhopaOlNewTodt butoherlhopaOlNewTodtare shop of New York Yorkre Yorkare
are are re banded together in the tJieBeDchlDlo tJieBeDchlDloAaaocIttol Henchmens HenchmensUtion 3enob 3enobAssociation
Association Ution The strike leaden lead want ant the theimen thebel thebnmN
bel bnmN imen to become so sympathetic with withi withthe Ith Iththe
the i trouble of their brethren brethreojthat fthat hat they theyiQ theTm theywill
will iQ go on strike themselves The bench behohi benchmen benchmen
men i n held a meeting last night and decided decidedittt deo14edthat deol4edthat
that ittt they couldnt oouldntallord afford to be sympathetic annpathotloTherefore sympatheticTherefore yrnpatheUaherefore
Therefore they wont strike lir1bnot not yet t at ateast atIt atleast
It ItIt leastIt east eastIt
It would profit pr pz ll fttthe the heltrlkera strikers much muchlttbey If they theyuVd theyooukl
001114 uVd get the henchmen to Join them That Thatould lba lbawauld Thatwould
would ould result in completely oompl tely tying tyID up up the thetail theretail theretail
retail tail butcher butoberbua1Dee business of ottheto1ln the town aa well welli wellu wellU
u i the Jobbing business but1neMwhob which Include JDoludeLbeIlUPP Includethe Includee
LbeIlUPP the e supplying of ofbote1a hotels restauranta reataurantboardiDI and andMtrding endboarding
boarding houses housesVWeeks bou bouA houseA
A VWeeks Week Weekply tafjply ef t Meat ea HaiuL HaiuLThere nuLhere flsaLThere
There is now nowlit In New NG York a supply IUPpiT of oft ofmatauEoIeItt ofmeet
matauEoIeItt meet t aufflolent to satisfy the thedomand demand for fori to tofrom forfrom
from i seven to ten te day This supply is isot anot Isnot
not ot being replenished from the West A Aiw At Afew
t few iw carload are now In transit t sit for tordellftfY tordellftfYhOll delivery deliveryere deliveryher
hOll her ere After that the supply will depend dependa dependCID
CID a the situation in the packing centres centresThe centroaTheIUuaUonWu centresIhe
The TheIUuaUonWu situation wu further aggravated iggravatedyesterday aggravatedMterday ggrantedterday
yesterday afternoon when hen all 11 the employees employeesf empl 1eee 1eeeor
or f the United Dressed ed Beef Company wont wontnt rentout nt ntClUt
out nt This 1hIaoorPoration corporation dresses practically practicallyU pracUoalIrnthe practIcallyaUth
nthe aUth U the cattle brought b1ouabtto to this thlsmarket market marketto to be baled beJdUed bekilled
killed led here It supplies about onoquarter onoquarterr onoqurterofthe onequarterofthe
ofthe r the entire local trade The United Unl UnItedm UnItedmplcyeea em emloyees lImp1ooee1
loyees decided yesterday ton1ay morning that thatey thtthOY thatthey
they > ey would oulca not strike strt The < dtaaged nged ngeda 1
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