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Ensign EnalsnPetroff Petroff and nd twentytwo twe ty t1ro sallo sallow saUors saUorsre aflorwere
w were ra pfoked up by a boat from a China Chinacruiser CJ Chinecrulim ne e ecrulaer
cruiser Lieut Kanlovski and twent twenttwo twenty twentytwo twentf
f two sailors Uora were picked up by tho llghships light lighthlp 3gbImhfp
mhfp hlp and bOI1t belong belonging lf to merchanh1p merchant merchantJ
ships J h1p pa lying In the harbor The command commandof commandcof
of the Retshltolny Ret hltalnr received n bullet In f fthigh the thethigh th ththigh
thigh He e was removed with Ensign Potrc Potrcwho Petrotrwho
1 who Is 111 to t the hospital ol Othe ot the Fren Frenmissionaries French Frenchm1aslonarle Froncmlse1onar1eo
missionaries m1aslonarleTOBIO mlse1onar1eoTouro missionariesTOBIO
TOBIO Aug 14An 4 An official report 3m 3mued Ju JuIssued just justII
Issued II ued Mates that the Japanese torpet torpetboat torpedo torpedobotLt torpedboit
boat destroyers de troyors Asashio and Kasuml J 1 umI whl whlcruising while whilecruising whilcruli4ng
cruising on o Wednesday night in search searchthe II areh rcb of oftbe C Cthe
the enemy sighted a vessel steering we weThey wellt welltJhe1 weR weRI
I They chawed her but lost her In the th dark clarlnew darknell dar1U
U new The search IIC roh for tho Russian was w con continued eontinued < xw xwtlnued
tinued on i Thursday and it was learned Ieanedtha Ieanedthaihe U Unh Uillt Uillthe
ihe nh he had put Into Chefob ChefobThe ChefobThe
0 The Japanese cmlsed outside of th thChinese the theChln thChlneio
Chinese Chln territorial lerrt rlnl waters until ut sunse sunsewaiting Sllt Slltwaiing BUXIROI BUXIROIwaiting
waiting waiing for the Russian RURfan to leave leav the poti potibut pr porlbut
but she did not como tomo out Fearing Feaing tha thahe thaiihe
M iihe he might escnpo olllX at night and attack ntnce Jap JapaneM Japael Japaziee
aneM ael war vessels or merchantmen merhanlmen th thAnashlo Iho IhoAM8hlo thI
I Anashlo end Kasunii entered onhrd thelmrboran thelmrboranfound the hlrborand hlrborandloud Iutrhoran Iutrhoranfound
found loud that thlt tim Kimwlan IuRdan wan tho torpedi torpediboot torpo torpobt torpedboat
boot bt destroyer Retuhlteliiy Rtlhltlny There Ther was wal nelgn n nsign no noBg
sign of the Retsliltelny Rel hlelny being bing disarmed disarmedand dlMrwd dlMrwdand dIarmodr
r and Bg the Inpanene lapnel commander cmmonder c therefon therefoneent therfor therforInt tlierofonpont
pont Int a Lieutenant to the enemys enem1 whip t toffer t tr boffer
offer r r the tb ulfernntlve ultmIUe to the Russian RUlslan com commander com commander corninander
mander of leaving Ipabl the port rart or surrendering surrenderingTho Rurrnderlng RurrnderlngTho
Tho Ruwlnu RUI lal rommamler OmmUldlr refused rhiled to di clieither dieither do doeiher
either eiher hut orcleivd onle1 that bin hi engine Ixi die diearranged dil dilarrnged clliarranged
arranged arrnged hN hl gunn gHn dlKcliarKed dlKlharKpl and tht thtTPiuel th thplpl thveMPI
TPiuel plpl set st on 1 fire fr Theii 1hlI embracing Lleul LleulTerajlma IlUt IlUtTeraJlm LkiitTerajirna
Terajlma TeraJlm 1m h jumped jllld ovnrl nerhOrd nvrlionrd > onrd with wih him himAnother hiniAnother m mAnother
Another of the ti ttiemy lItI jumped jUlpd at the lit inter interl IntlrJlrwr lnt1rproter
l Jlrwr proter > reMr who accompanied nrtomlwlllll Lieut 1lel Tttrajlmu Tttrajlmunnd rtjII1zcand 1 rJlnm rJlnmand
and they w wnnt nt overboard toother to plhlr Tlu Tluother Iti Itiothrr hl hlothpr
other Russians RUlnK then attached ntmrlcpcl the th Japnrim JapnrimAn JapniPAn Tapn TapnAn
An explosion nrnr nlr the forward innKaxlin innKaxlinwounded majI1lm majI1lmwounded xnagafritwounded
wounded HOIII 101 ozi of Ihe Japanese JapaneseThe Jaanf JaanfThe JapancThe
The ReUhltolny Rclhlllny was wal then captured caJtld am amtowed and andtowe Rfltowed
towed towe away A JupnneHu JttfltiQI TIIIIIHII warrant nrunt oflico oflicowas ofCfr ofCfri oflicelWfl8
was i killed kie und 011 four men len seriously lriolliv wounded woundedLieut woullN WOlIflIPdI
nine nlmmen ninemen nlnmen
I Lieut Ternjlmn Terjlml tho interpreter Interprtl and nd
men were slightly lghty wounded woundedThe wOlndPI wOlndPITe wouncltdThe
The Te Chefoo correspondent corrspondlt of the thl th Atah Atahtelegraphs Iahtelegraphe shi shitelegraph
telegraphs I regarding IKarlng the capture of tin tinRetshllelny the theRt liiiBetahitlny
Retshllelny Rt hltlny that the Japanese JaparH1 destroycn destroycnAsashio IKtroYII dtroycnAsaahlo
Asashio Auhlo and Kasuml Kaluml received rClnd orders orderl ti ticapturn 10 10captum Iccapturn
capturn the Rutulan Jhrllan vessel vlaKel which wai waiknown wal walknown waknown
known to have taken refuge Ifujl in thefo thefoharbor Ihefoo Ihefooharbor lieto lietoharbor <
harbor They arrived arive In tin th omng ami amiwaited ali aliwat and andwaited
waited wat for the Retshltelny to come outA out outAs outAs
As A she he did not leave Iave tht th Japanese J apale lie lietroyera dpt dpttroyer des destroyers
troyera troyer entered pnler the harbor The ho Russian Russiancommander RU8 Ruslaricommander lan lancommnder
commander commnder consenting oonlntng a JapnneH Japnnel Lieu Lieutenant Lleutnt Lieutenant ¬
tenant tnt and an Interpreter Interpretertoarcied boarded hoarde tho Ret Relsh Relshltlny sh shItelny eliItmIny
Itelny ltlny at 3 oclock on Friday morning morningThe momlngTe morningThe
The Te Japanese Japanee officer ofcr informed nfone the Rutwlan Rutwlancommander RI RuKdancommander ilan ilanoommander
commander that he was authorized aulhorr to offer offeihim orer orerhim offerhim
him the alternative alternatvo of surrendering lurrenderlng or orleaving orleaving orleaving
leaving the to harbor The Kutwlan HUl1an replied repliedthat rpled rpledtat repliedthat
that tat the Chinese Chlnele Admiral Admirl recommended recommendedthat rommended rommendedtat
that tat the te Retshltelny Retshlelny be disarmed disamed Her Heiengines ler lerengies Herengtno8
engines engies were wer damaged and it was Im Impossible Implble lrzipoesiblo ¬
possible for her to make more mor than tlln eight eightknots eightknot eightknota
knots plble knot on hour Consequently ConBuent she Ihe would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not leave and ho added further negotia negotiations neKotlatons negotlaonB ¬
tions tons onB were wer unnecessary InnecB al The Japanese Japaneseofficer Japanes Japanesofor JapaneseoMoer
officer ofor requested ruested the Russian RU811an commander commtimleito
to go on board bord the tht Asashlo ABlo and confer confeiwith conferwth conferwith
with wth the teJaple theJapaneso Japaneee commander The Russian Russiancommander Rulon Rulonoommander Russiancommander
commander agreed agred to do this provided providedthe providedte providedI
I the te Japanese would first frt leave the ReUh ReUhItelny Reth Rethltlny Retsirftelny
Itelny ltlny This Tis the to Japanese refused rfuld to do dosaying doeyng dosaying
saying they proposed propO to examine the vessel vesselto vtsl vtslt vesselto
eyng to t ascertain uraln if i she had been bten disarmed disarmedThe dlsrmo disarmedThe
The Te Russian RUlian commander ultimately ullnately agreed agreedto agre
to t board boar the Aaashio A8hlo While Whlo the Japanese Japaneseofficer Japanes Japanesofer Japaneseomeer
officer ofer was W below a great grat commotion commoton oc occurred o oor ocourred ¬
curred and the Japanese Japane found that theRussians the Lheu88lana theI
or
I Russians were wer preparing prparng to blow up their thelivessel their1MI theirvessel
1MI vessel The Te Japanese Japnee went on deck deckon deckonraing or orreaching onreaching
reaching raing which the thoLloutenant Lieutenant and tho Inter Interpreter Inwrpretr Interpreterwero ¬
preter pretr preterwero were wer knocked knocct into the sea There Thereupon Theroupon 1Ier 1Ierupon ¬
upon Japanese Japanes bluejackets bluejatketA boarded boare the theRetshltelny th thRetshltlny theRetehltelny
Retshltelny Retshltlny and captured capturd her Tho To Rus Russians RIII RIIIstS Rrisclans ¬
clans jumped Jump Into the sea la after afer setting sttnK fire fireto llrrto
to t the magazine magaine There Ter wasafeebleexplo wasafeebleexploslon was a feble feeble e eiplo eiploslon
slon son but It did not sink the vessel esl Three ThreeRussians Thl6 Thl6RUMbn ThreeI
I Russians who remained rmaine on the destroyer destroyerwere destroorwer
1 were wer made mae prisoners prisoner The Retshitolny in intow Intow Intow
tow of the Asashio Aslhlo left the harbor at 4 4oclock 4 4oclok 4clock
oclock oclok clock in the morning mom lng tire Kasuml leav leaving lea leaIl Ieaving ¬
ing Il later laterThe latr latrThe laterI
I The Shanghai Rbghal correspondent of the tho Jii JiiSAimpo JijiBhmp Ji5Shimpo
SAimpo Bhmp reports that the Russian ember emberAsk Clmer ClmerAkold cruiserAskold
Ask Akold Askold old which ran Into IntoWoosung Woosung WOunJ is L damaged damagedon
on the port side Ono of her big b guns WON WONdisplaced wasdIsplaced M Mdislac
displaced dislac by a Japanese Japanle shell Bhel There id I a abig ahil aI
I big hil hole in her hull hul at the tll water line In One Oneof Onoof Oneof
of her funnels won WI hhot away and tho others otherslook othershook
look like lie gigantic gigantc pepper boxes hoxt In addi addition additon aclditionshe ¬
tion ton tionshe she shE Buffered HUffred damage Ilamajn damage elsewhere elsewhereThe elsewhereThe ewhere ewhereThe
The battleship hall hip Tnurevitch Ttan lch in i HO badly badlydamaged badlrdamaged hahlydamaged
damaged that It I in l ImpowitilH for her to tcleave to10aI toloave
leave 10aI Kuioclmu Kmochal Bay BayThn Bu BuTh8 BayTha
Thn steamer IIcamfr Cienkal kal Mare reports report that thatwhlln thatwhlo thatwhim
whim whlo shin ho was M oft o Hwanghaldo Corea Tues Tuesday Tuf Tucsday ¬
day she he was WI chased hn elf by h two Russian HUflan tor torpedo torpdo torpedo ¬
pedo boatH hOt hut managed managed to effect efec her herescape hereCpr herescape
escape escapeIt eCpr eCprIt
It Li 1 reported that the Taotal of Shanghai Shanghaiboarded Shanghaiboaded Shanghaiboarded
boarded boaded the Hum HU Itueslan llncnler Inn cniLier Awkold tlold and andasked anda andasked
asked a kpd her he herto to leave the theport theportIt port portIt portIt
It In mltatlc stated that th Ihl < < THarevItch TRarelch the Rus Rushinn RusIn Rueklan
klan In flatrfthlp faLIhlp and three thrll dwlroyern dttroy ut Rise Risechan Klaechau JClaechal
chan chal will wi 1m tm disarmed dixarmedThe diurmed diurmedThA disarmedThe
The iNittlivhlpH halllhlpH Retviian Hltvln Pollavn Polaa Pohtavableda Po Pobleda Pobleda
bleda and Snvaxtopol Iclltopol and nnl thu th cruL tsr I r Diana Dianaare DianaRre Dianaare
are at Port Arthur ArthurLONHON ArthurV rthurLmaN
V LONHON LmaN Lo IoN AUK AUIIIThl ISThe I 1018 toimofthe OIKof of the Htiuslan Htiuslanpress HIsslan HIsslanplSA Itussianpress
plSA press regarding rgarding the th Rtitshltelny Hetlhlelny affair afair IH II isehown IHnhown
nhown how by the tI he Noroc Vrtmia rtmua which declares declaresthat declareethat declaresthat
that Japan should nbw n w ha pronounced out outside outIlde outside ¬
Ilde side the tt pale pall of civilized dvlro nations nalon and the thewar theva thevar
war va prosecuted pros utl accordingly accordinglyThe
The Paris Pai Temps argues argue that both Russiaand Russia Russiaand RUBla RUBlaad
and ad Japan Jap have violated iolate Chinese Chlnee neutrality neutralityThe neutraly neutralyTe neutralityThe
The Te Retshltelny Rethlelny not having participated participatedIn partcipate
In the naval engagement and not being beingdamaged beingdamage beingdamaged
damaged damage so as to he compelled compele to seek seekrefuge sek sekrefuge seekrefuge
refuge In the nearest nelrEt port por possibly pOlbly violated violatedChinese violatedChinese i01ate
Chinese Chin Me neutrality neutraly In entering ent rlng Chefoo Cbefoothe Chefoothe Cefo
the te more xore so 0 as l It appears appear to be cer certain certin certaln ¬
tain tin that her hfr Captain was Vi the bearer bearer6f beer beerbf
6f Important Iprant despatches dtspathts to Gen Kuro Kuropatlcln Kuroptl Europatklri
patlcln ptl and the Russian RU8ln Governor Oovmor which whichin whlohI
in I Itself Itl Is an act of hostility hORtlty and Inadmis Inadmissible Inadml InadmisIble ¬
slbk sible Ible on neutral territory terlory Onoo Onc she was wasdisarmed wasdlr wasdisarmed
dlr disarmed however howevr the RfiUhltelny JttHblelnr was wasunder waf wafudtr wasunder
udtr under the protection prtecton of the Chinese ChlneA flag flagConsequently fg fgConaqunty flagConsequently
Consequently Conaqunty her hr capture cptur by the Japanese Japanesewas Japn 1 1euly
was equally euly a violation volton of neutrality neutralityWASHINGTON neutmly neutmlyWABUIOTN neutralityWAanINoioN
WASHINGTON WABUIOTN Aug 14 HA A statement sttment offi officially on offidaily ¬
daily dy communicated ommunlcte by telegraph to the theJapanese theJaaMe theJapinee
Japanese JaaMe Legation gaton here by the Foreign ForeignOffiooinToklo Fortln FortlnOfo ForeignOmoeinTokio
OffiooinToklo Ofo Toklo throws throwlan an entirely entrly new light lighton
on the capture cpture of the Russian RBln torpedo torpedoboat toedo toedobtde torpedoboat
boat btde destroyer troytr Retshltelny Rethllln in Chefoo Cheo harbor harborby hrbr hrbrby harborby
by Japanese Jaae e destroyers detroyers This Th incident incidentcreated Incdent Incdentce incidentcreated
created ce worldwide worldwde comment because bule on ontho onto onthe
the to face la of 0 all al the reports concerning concnig the theaffair thoaa tboaffair
affair aa the te Japanese Japlle vessels vtel had ha been bfn ap apparently appareziUy ¬ I i
parently a8ty guilty gnty of a gross gO breach of inter international Itr triternational ¬
national nton law and neutrality neutraly by selling sellingdismantled selnga
a dismantled dmte belligerent blgerent robbed of herbehhlgerenc7 her herbelligerency he
belligerency blligenc through being nominally nomnly un under under under ¬
der the te protection pr tection of tho Chinese Chlnlo Govern Government Goer Governmerit ¬
ment and ad in a I ncu neutral tral harbor The Theap Theapineen Theapineena000unt apanenn apanennaccount nMt nMtaont
account aont however makes mkt it appear appea that thattho thatte thatthe
the te Russian ns ln commander attempted atempted to todestroy todMtoy todestroy
destroy dMtoy his hi vessels vNelR machinery mchinry orderedhis ordered orderedhis order d dhi
his hi men to fire fre and seizing lellng the Japanese Japannsecommander Japanf Japanfcmmnder Japanesecommander
commander cmmnder jumped overboard ovrord with wt him himAccording hImAcring himAccording
According Acring to a precedent prcdent established stnbllhP by byJCtpoVxra b bap1 byapaIeon
JCtpoVxra ap1 as al umpire upl between betw n tho United UnitedStates Unlld UnlldStat UnitedBtatseandOreatfldtalnin
States Stat BtatseandOreatfldtalnin and nd Great Glat Britain Brtin In thn thl theiclalin claim cli of this thisGovernment thll thisGovernmodt
Government Govrmert that tht the thl attack atack on the t Amencan Amen American Amer ¬
can c privateer prftr General Gpnlral Armstrong An ng In the theneutral then theneutral
neutral n utrl harbor of Fayal during durng the War of of18U of18U of11M2
11M2 18U by a British Brta squadron ludrn constituted cnlttuted a nbreach abrbof abreachof
breach brbof breachof of neutrality a bow of hostility hotlty hostihlt by byon byOn
on On 0510 belligerent bJgrt In neutral neutrl waters allgO gave an another a another ¬
other or belligerent hUlirnt the te right rgbt to torr resort to t arms arms8r a aPutO armsr
8r r PnkMBUBO PutO Aug 14 1 14At At theCzari theCzarifxmausX t thU thU1Y1ze C
fxmausX 1Y1ze I I the t BuMla BUI BUL2AEUI1dOr BUL2AEUI1dOrk Ambimdor bvdor at
k =
Paris p has beonilnstruotod boilt beentnstruotedtoreqii tto to request reUt Fran Franto Francto
to lodge logo a strong s og protest prtt through tub the te Franc FronMinister FrancMinister
Minister Mlnltr at Toklo against Ainst the te outrageo outrageoviolation outrsgooiviolation
violation ofthe of the neutrality neutralt of China Cna by t tJapanese the theJapaDe th thJapanese
Japanese e in the case ole of the Retshlteln Rethtelny RethtelnyTe RetshItelnThe RetshltelnThe
The Te foreign lorelg Powers POW0 have also ao been ben i iformed In Infore Informed
formed fore of the matter mattr The Te Russian Rlla Mlnlst Mlnlstat Mnlter Mnlterat
at Pekin has ha been be charged cbage to lodge loge an a 01 01phatlo em empbato orrphatio
phatlo pbato protest prtOt with the Chinese ClnMe Dover Doverment Govemment Governroent
ment and to pointout polnt out the serious serlou coi coisequences con conS cocsequences
sequences S uonoe Its It prllon permission of the violatlo violatlomay violaton violatonmay violatlomay
may entail entailTHE entai entaiTlE entailrIIl
THE TlE SHIPS THAT THAT ESCAPED ESCAPEDAihold ESCPEDAkold ESC4PZDAikold
Aihold and Grotovol Glovol Mtlll Htt at fihang fihangThe Shanbl ShanblTl Shnjbi Shnjbilire
The Tl Novlk Hteamlng 8ttamt SmU SmUSptttaHCatto O otiiIpfCt4lICabil
SptttaHCatto Ditpaltlut Dlplu lo 0 Tom T StN StNj b bHUAflOftAi H HHUOfAI
j HHANOHAI HUOfAI Sj111CoW Aug 14 HTho The fortyelgf fortyelgfhours forrelght forrelghthour fortyeighhours
hours hour tiBe u useof ef > of the port por allowed alowe to the Groa Groavol Oroecvol
vol expired at 2 P M without wihout her bein beindisarmed being beingqlsrme bein4lsarmed
disarmed disarmedThe qlsrme 4lsarmedThe
The ro wounded wound from the Askold Akold were ii iimoved r rmoved
move moved to a h hospital ltal today tody Repairs Repall upo upothe upon upontho upothe
the cruiser orier areoelng Ir elng rapidly executed executedThe exeute executedThe
The hospital hospial ship Ihlp Mongolia Mongoli which wl oh at atoompanied aooompanle socompanied
companied oompanle the Russian HIlan squadron squdron in it itsdrtle ls lsstte itetie
sdrtle has notbeen not bon spoken spokenShe epokeno
stte She le o steamerGaelic Ileamer steamer Gaello Oaelo sighted sighte the cruise cruiseNoVlk orlser orlserNo cruiseNoik
NoVlk No le between betwOn Shanghai Shanghi and Nagasaki Nagasaksteaming Naga8kl Naga8klItemlng Nagasakisteaming
steaming Itemlng to the south southThe 60uthTe southThe
The Askold was wa pierced pire pter by nearly 20 20shells 20shells
shells 1111 Te It I Is dlfflotilt dlfoult to understand undlrstand wh whthe whthe
the casualties clualtes aboard aboar of her were wer no nomuch not notluoh noicohi
much luoh heavier than they wero The work workrepairing of ofnpllrlng o orepairing <
repairing npllrlng her er goes KOI on day and Iml night night It I 1 1hoped 18 18hoptd iiOpti
hoped that that7ln In about abolt ten days she can bpatched be bepatched b hihatched
patched up U Ui sufficiently sufolently to render her hlr sea seaworthy la laworthy seaworthy
worthy Her Herflt Horflmt > flnit and third funnels an anriddled ar arriddled sririddled
riddled by machine mahine gun bullets bulet The base o oone of ofone oone
one funnel la II almost Ilmolt entirely entrly blown awo awoat away awaylt awaat
at lt thu level of thij thl tie dock by a big bll shell Ihel He Heufter Rer Rerufter fbiafter
ufter funnel funnellt Is cut ut1n In two and tele8coM teleRolwd teleRolwdn telescoped telescopedAn d dAn
An n 8inch Milch armor armor piercing shell Ihol eiiterei eiitereiher enwred enterechiei
her 111 Htarboard Htarloard side Ilde forward about Ibout tvri tvrifeet tlO tlOflct twfeet
feet flct above IIOVC the tl waterline waterlne and lodged loged In incoat i icoal a acoal
coal bunker A 12inch shell Ihel explode explodein fxploe <
in II in the starboard hammock hnmmok netting npltng amid amidships amidI amidships
ships I hps IU It fragments riddling rhl lng and destroy destroyIng deltroy deltroyIng destroylug
Ing four metallic metalc lifeboat Ife hlfetate at A sImilar Hltniloshell sImilarIhel sirnilaisheih
shell Ihel entered enwrd a stateroom stattroom hi I the Btarboan Btarboanquarter itarboard itarboardquarter starboarquarter
quarter cut iU 11 way acroesthe the deck dck am amexplode and andlxploded soceX1iOded
explode < l In the officersquarters ofcrs omcer ncro qutere on thi thiport thoportlde thuPort
port portlde side destroying deetroyllg evory oerythln tiling on the way wayThe wayThe wayThe
The deckhouse dekhouHo on the I ho Mperatrtictun Mperatrtictununder fupltrlcture fupltrlctureI iperstructUriI
I under the forward forard bridge was riddled rddled < l bj bjfragments by byI b bI
I fragments fragmelI of a alhell shell whlchiexploded In thi thiforward thot thut
t forward funnel The searchlightare seorchlgh are al aldamnged al a adamaged
damaged damlKed beyond repair The forpodi forpodinetting forpodcnetting
netting neting was wal cut up ip by a shell shel and Is practi practically praci pracicaly racti racticaliy
cally caly useless uslers In the ships bottom botom then thenare lhereare Ihuerare
are several old and new injuries one tor torpedo Lr Lrpdo r rpelO
pedo pdo having havng made a big hole through tbi tbiside te tesldo thiside
side Into a bunker which proved fairly falrljwatertight fairlywatertight fainl fainlwatertight
watertight watertightST
ST T PKTKBBHUBO PKKR81URO Aug ug 14 HA A despatcl despatclto despat h hto i ito
to the Noeot Hovo Irernya rerua from Tutngtau Tlingtu sayi sayithat ls lsthat sar sarthat
that the Japane Japanesr a demanded demandu that the battle battleship battleship ¬
ship Tsarevltch Ttrvltch leave the harbor Thc ThcOovornor ThtGovernor Thoovemor
Governor ovemor of Kloocbau promised pror that the thevessel theps81 th thvessel
vessel ps81 should bu 0 dismantled dismantledLONDON dismanted dismantedLONDON dismantledLoNDoN
LONDON Aug 15 15A A despatch dtHpatch to the theMorning theMorning theMorning
Morning Post from Shanghai say sys that th thRussian the theRU88ln theRussian
Russian RU88ln cruiser Askold has been docked dockedthere dockedther dockedthere
there ther and that the torpedo torpeo boat bot destroyer destroyeiGrosovol destroyerOrovol destroyerGroeovoi
Grosovol Orovol Is still 8t at her moorings Both Bothhave Bothhave I
have been ben ordered order to leave leaveA Illve IllveA
A Shanghai despatch despath to the Daily Daill Mail Maigays Mailsys Mailsays
gays sys that the to repairs repai to the cruiser cru r Askold Askoldwill Askohdwill I Iwi
will wi require reuire three thr months to complete completeThe complet completeThe I IThe
The battleship battelhlp Tearevltch T rvlch at Tslngtau Tslgtau Is Istotally istotally I Itotly
totally totly unseaworthy The Germans Geran have haveremoved bavermove haveremoved
removed rmove parts of her guns rendering renderng them themuseless themusle88 themuseless
useless uselessA usle88 usle88A
A Tslngtao TslKto despatch despath describes descrb6 the ar arrival arrival anrival ¬
Tsarevltch onthe on onthe aDthe
rival there thert of the battleship Tlrvlth
the night of Aug 11 1 She was wa steaming steamingat I Iat
at the rate rte of four knots knot and was a burning burningimmense buring buringImenl burningimmense
immense Imenl quantities quanttes of coal cal to t make even eventhat eventhat eventhat
that Hpeed Iplld Her rudder rddtr post pot was wal broken brokenone
one gun disabled disble her lifeboats Ifebot were er lost losther lostb2r iosther
her masts mast were wlr bent bnt In the form of a cross crossher cr crossher
her funnels were wer riddled riddle her bridge brdge twisted twistedand twist twiatedand
and holes in her hull hui above the waterloo waterllnowere wawrlno wawrlnower waterloowere
were wer plugged with stoppers stoppr8 of wood woodA woo
A despatch detpatch from Tsingtao Talngto to the Tele Telegraph Ttlegraph Tekgraph ¬
graph describes dOc ib how the Tsarevltoh Tlaroltob was wassurrounded WI WIBurroundl wassurrounded
surrounded Burroundl by four battleships batlehlp and ad two twocruisers twocnllsel twocruisers
cruisers cnllsel which rained rine shells Ihel upon her hr from fromall fromaU fromalt
all sides sidC at close clo quarters quarers Her gun crews crewstyere crewl crewlvere crewstvere
tyere annihilated annihiate Her deck dek gear glar was wascurled W Wcurle wascurled
curled curle Into In fantastic fant8to shapes shps like pieces piec of oftin oftin oftin
tin The survivors iurlors describe desrlb the scene sone as asinfernal I IInfema asInfernal
infernal The hair of some 10me of the men menturned menturne menturned
turned gray gry Admiral Wittsoefft Wltltt before beforehe bfore bforehe beforehe
he turne was killed kie cried This Thil Is IIDur our last lat fight flghtmen fght fghtmen fightruren
men BB brave braveA bravedeRpatch
A despatch to the Daily Dail Mail from Chefoo Chefoosays ChofooHaYH Chefoosays
says that thro three Russian RI8Ian destroyers de trorers left leftTuingtou leftTlnglau leftTstngtau
Tuingtou Tlnglau Friday night and reentered rentrd the thenext thenext thenext
next morning evading fvalng tho twentyfour twentyfourhour
hour limit limitThe Uml limitThe
The Te correspondent corro pondent adds that despite deplo the thenllegetl thealege thealleged
alleged alege dismantling dismanling of the Hetshltelny a anhell athll ashell
shell thll was a found In one of her guns gunsBEBUN gUI gunsBERLIN
BERLIN Aug 14 140ncll 14OflIcial Official quarters Iurers in indignantly Indlgnanty Indignantly ¬
dignantly dlgnanty repudiate rpudiate the allegation ol1gaton that the theGermans theGermanI thelernuans
Germans GermanI at Klaochau had previous prloU knowl knowledge knowledge I ¬ 1
edge ege of the RunHians RUHuans Intention Intenton to take takerefuge takeIfug takerefuge
refuge Ifug at Txlngtnu Tlingtau but the accusations aCl8UOM of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Japanese Japanf and British Briih press pr8 are ar uttered utteredalso uterd utteredalso I Ial8
also al8 In Liberal Jberal and Social Democratic Democraticclrclfw Dmorto Dmortoclre Democraticcircles
circles clre In Germany GermanyDr I IDr
Dr Von Liszt an eminent authority authortr on onInternational onInternational I IInteratonal
International Interatonal law declares delar that the Russian Russianwarships RUBlan RUBlanwarshlp8 Russianwarships
warships taking refuge In a German Geran port portfrom portfrom portfrom
from the te Japanese Jopan guns glna ought to be In Interned to tottme Intorned ¬
terned ttme until unt the close Cl08 of the war On the thesame theIme thesame
same Ime principle prnolple a neutral neutra State Stat is obliged oblge to toreceive toreive toreceive
receive reive the troops troop of a belligerent beliernt seeking seekingprotection lklng lklngprotton seekingprotection
protection protton but they must be disarmed disarmedimmediately dllrme disarmedImmediately
ImmediatelyIXDER immediately immediatelyUNDER immtlakl immtlaklDER
UNDER DER FIRE IRE FIVE DAYS DAYSJapaneie DAJS DAJSapnft IAISJapanese
Japanese apnft Frewlnc Ptlln tbe Siege 8Ie of Port Arthur ArthurMore Arhur ArhurMore ArthurMore
More Troops Toop Sent 8 nt There ThereIpiclal Ten Tenpulol Thereptc1al
Ipiclal Cable Dftpatch Vtp tl to THE Ta Sew ftcwSr SewSr S SSr
Sr PETEnsnnna Aug 14 1Port 14Port Port Arthur Arthurban ArthurhB Arthurhas
ban hB been bn bombarded bombarde for the last lat five days daysA
from Llaoyang that thattwelve thattwelve
A despatch says sarf tht thttwelve
twelve regiments rllmpnta of the Japanese Japane southern southernarmy sother sotheranr southernarmy
army have bovIIlt left for Port Por Arthur Arhlr It I Is mltate stated statednn
anr
an trustworthy trltworhv authority autoriy that the Mikadohues Mikado Mikadohas MikadoJII
JII has ordered ordprll that Port Arthur Arthur bo b taken tken at atany atay atany
any cost cot even If operations must mlt be b sue suspended suepended us uspnded ¬
ay pended In Manchuria opratons It I is possible pOlble that thatthe thattho thatthe
pnded the main Japanese Japanf8 force for will 11 start for Port Porttrought Por PortArthur
Arhur Arthur In the next ff few daY days Ran Rain ha has hasbrought
brought all operations to a standstill standstillAdvices Rtadtl standstillAdvicefu
broug1 al opratons
Advices Advlc from Llaoyang 1laoyanl are ar to the effect effecthat tto effectthat
that tho Inhabitants Inhabltnt of that place plac are ar leav leavng leavInl bayIng
Ing ng
Inl A despatch dAatch from Mukden says that the thnJapanese thf theJapanese
Japanese e at Port Arthur Arthlr have Ml been bn reen reenorced reentorcd reenoroed
torcd orced They have placed pla in position two twoarge twolage twobarge
lage barge arge bodies bollI one on the heights between betweenAingwunstao btwln btwlnInwngto betweenlMngwungtho
Aingwunstao and Pigeon Bay Br and theDther the themvn theother
Inwngto other on the hls hills near Peo l Louise Ba ay Gu GuhaVA Guns Gunsnave
haVA nave been hn placed placd on the thf heights belght east elt of ofMfHlll ofWol ofWolf
Wolf MfHlll MfHlllLIAOTANO Hill HillL1AOYANO
Wol LIAOTANO LUOVNO Hi Aug 14 1Thl 14The Tlie military mitar at atiichfs attach attacboa
iichfs tach I among whom was wastbl the British Brtlh repre reprewnUtlve rpr reprowntative
wnUtlve narrowly escaped e capture captur during duringhe duringthe duringLbs
wmtthe he Russian RIPlan retreat rtrat from p Halchenir Halchen flublets Bill Billets BulIpi ¬
lets whirled whhze around them and two shrapnel shrapnelihells shrnpnll shrnpnllIhels shrapneluhelli
Ihels ihells Ipi fell fel among them but they escaped escapedmhurt tlap escapedinhu
rt rtGermans
unhurt inhu mhurt mhurtGerman
I IGrrmanR
German After Aftr Jspanne Ipnne Tndf TndfSptdal Tri TrathSpdel
Sptdal Sptd Cable Dufalch Voltl lo I TR Tea > SON SONLONDON 51 SonLonDon
LONDON INDN Aug Aup 15 15Thl 15The Th < Antwerp Attr corre correpondcnt corre correlpndent correuponderit
lpndent pondcnt of the thl Telegraph TtlelfaJh says IYI that tht the thetarth th theNorth
Norh North tarth German Geran Lloyd and HamhurgAmeri HamhurgAmerian HamhurjAmer
mn an steamship ItNmshlp companies are on about to tooubk todOlh toouhbe
cn rmpnlel
dOlh oubk > their thlrprlnt present service 1f1C to Japan Tapn hop hopig hopIg hoplog
Ig log ig to capture Cptur the whole hoIA tmde tmdl after aflr which whichhey whlcbther whichhey
hey will 1 increase Inca freight fright rotes roteslapineoe ratl rateshaplneu I IIallntJI
lapineoe IallntJI Crrw rr new Put Pi In tl llcntl llcntlfiptcitl UtIU UtIUdal lestIpCC14t
fiptcitl dal Catili Unpttth 011 l ta Tit Tnl Tile Sun SunLONDON SmJONDN SWLONDON <
LONDON JONDN Aug 15 15A A despatch to the theelegrapk theTtklroph therekgraph
Ttklroph elegrapk from Toklo says fJ that a telegram telegramrom telegam telegamfrm telegramrrom
frm rrom rom Nemuro Neur states statf that the crew cew number numberrig numbr numbrIng
the schooner Tellchl Tellchltfaru Taflohihgru
Ing rig 87 of thf Japanese soboner Telohl TelohlMM
Jape
MM tfaru IdiersatKaaiohatk erst hare h been obtk n t massacred mr by b1 Russian RussianIdiersatKaaiohatk RU Russianerst
c j
BLAME BLAMEDOUGLAS DOUGLAS DOUGLASFOamSCORD DOUGLASFOamSCORDlN1ESIOATORS FODISCORD FODISCORDINVESTIGATORS FOR DISCORD DISCORDZNIESTIEL4TORS
INVESTIGATORS lN1ESIOATORS IN MTU 29Th RSPO RSPOITS flEPOI2 flEPOI2Iris
ITS A PERSONAL PERSONAL FIGHT FIGHTFall FIOHFl FIGHTFail
Fall Fl to SeW Stte the te8trte Strife Mid Md Avert Avr a Goatee Contesat Cnt
at the Ue Primary Pm Pr1mrEllmtnate rEUmlnt Eliminate Qulgi Qulgiand qu Qulgiand
and Oilman Gimn It What C the te Donglatlte DonglatlteWant Dulat DOUgIIItbWantOnly
FoundRepublicans Found FoundRepublican FoundRepublcans I
Want WantOnly antOnl Only Personal Prejudice Pfjdlo
Republican Republcans of the be Nineteenth Ninetnt Assembl Assembldistrict AMembly AMemblydlslrct Assembdistrict
district dlslrct have about lost lot hope hop of sottllni sottllnithe sotlng sotlngtbo otthinithe
before the primar primarelection primarelection
the factional faonol fight fght there tere prma
election eleton on Aug Au SO S Efforts Mora to bring brng thou aboupeace aout aoutpa thoupeace
peace were wer made by b a committee commte com comof compoece compoeceof
of pa E W Bloomlngdale Bloomngdale Charles Ce H Duel Del DuollC
0 L Graff Gra F 8 Hobbe Hobb and ad R A 0 SmIth SmltlThis Bmt SmIthThis I
Tis This committee cmmite has ha just Jut made a report repor I Iwhich in inwJ h hwhich
which wJ ob it confesses cnee failure falure It puts th thblame the thebla thublame
blame bla for the discord dleord on the Douglas Dougla fao faotlon fa faoLion
Lion ton and urges rgO all al Republicans RepubUcn to supporthe suppor supporthe support supportthe
the regular rgula organization ogaizaton of which Theodor TheodorP Thoor
P Oilman Olml is I the leader leaderThe leaderThe leaderThe
The report repor says sys that tht the committee cmmite un undertook u undertook
dertook of Its It own motion moton and upon Its ls lsropmlblty owi owirespomlblllty owireeponitbtiity
respomlblllty ropmlblty and without wihout prejudice o ofavor or orfavor oi oifavor
favor to ascertain certan themerits themerts of the con controversy cn cntrovery controveray
troversy trovery being bing moved moe to do so by b tin thibitter te tebiter tinbitter
bitter biter tone of the circulars tlrcular its 18 member memberwere member memberuwere
were receiving reeivig through tho malls mals and b bthe by bythe bthe
the conviction cnlcton that a I factional faton1 condition condltloiwas conditionwas conditionwas
was developing that would result rsult In die disadvantage dleadvanlage dieadvantage
advantage to the party in November NovemberMr
Mr Oilman and Congressman Cngeman Douglaiwere Dougll Dougllwere Douglai Doughewere
were Invited Invite to meet met the committee commite one onestate and andItato andstate
state Itato fully fuly all al existing exlstln grievances geancN and makE makisuggestions mnkeluggttlonl makEsuggerEtlons
suggestions luggttlonl that would perhaps perhap lead to toceesation t tctvwUlon a aof
ctvwUlon of hostilities b0tltC The invltatlom invltatlomwore Initatons Initatonswere inltationewere
were accepted accepte Mr Oilman Gilma was wa acconv acconvpatiiud Oor Oorpaned aceornpaWed
paned by L E Quigg and Congresumoi CongresumoiDouglas Congreuma CongresnmaaDouglas
Dougla Douglas by John H Wive Of o thlH comer comeronce cOler cOleroncl couureronce
once oncl the report reprt says says1Aftor saYI saysAfter
After four hours hOlrH of free rrel and OI open dl dlcusaUm dll dllOUIIIUI dIe dIeousahuu
cusaUm OUIIIUI It was wa our uimrilmoux 1111111018 Judgment jlhlment thai tiiHlthe thutthe thaithe
the controversy cOltroYlr was purely pure personal perouul hint I IHeomed It ItHelled IIusecined
Heomed Helled to have hlve no more lore important purpose purpoatthan purposethan urpole urpolethun
than the ambition Imbltols mid lud prejudices preJudl of In Inillvldiluln Iudlvtduuls Iiitlivlduuls
illvldiluln No o violated principle prllcille or unbe unbecorning un unbeconulnu be becllnl
corning cllnl act on th the part of the regular relular organl organlziillon oron organiratIon I Izilon
ratIon zilon was WIS dIsclosed dilclosld t or even nllo oled alleged ed by Iti Itiopponent Ite IteulIloneut Itiopponents
opponent to juntlfy JUHlr an In attack Ituok which was wutndinlttpj IU IUadlltt wasadunlttid
ulIloneut
ndinlttpj adlltt to be likely Ikp lo lucre hu e evil evllnecis effects 01 01at on onat onat
at leant the local IU0t candidates Iundldutes of the party partyThe partlhe partyltie
The statements atatlllnt nail at a the conference conlerenc con conslated conliste eonaisted
slated almost ulOoal entirely entlrel of reflections relectons upon tin tinmotives theiatves tiremotives
liste motives declarations deelaralolH and political poltcal acts o oone or orune 01one
one iatves person and another none of which whichwhether whichwhether whichwhether
whether true lrle or mistaken seemed to us UI u to bi biof be beof brof
of any an moment 10nlHt to others than the Individualconcerned Individual Individuall IndlyldualEconcerned
concerned coacred To put It frankly tum we were forced forcecto lured luredto forcedto I
to the the conclusion that Mr Douglas and lnd thosi thosiassociated thoaea IhossLsoclatcd
associated tncuslon with lh him had no purpose purpol In view viewother viewuther vIewother
other a oCatN than Ihll to eliminate elminat Mr Oilman Olmal and Mr MrUulBB MrQullur MrQuiga
UulBB and Ind that they the bad disclosed d no reasoc reasocfor rasonfor reasocfor
for so doing dolnl exceptIng 8xoptna their personal personll dislike dislikefor dIslke dIslkefor dislIkefor
for Mr QuisK QuisKThey Quillt
They rbe claimed that Mr lr QulKgs QUIIs Influencedrove Influence Innuencedove influencedrove
drove dove Republicans RepublMIS from the party par that after atteihaving aler alerhaII afterhaving
having haII bean three times Urs elected electe to Congress Congresehe < oniresl
he was 14 defeated dertate the last time be ran and that thatuch tbutuch thatsuch
uch defeat Indicated Indlcatfd the alienation alenaton of He Hepublican HepUblcun Repttbhlcufl
publican votes They admitted however howevertttut howlwcrthut liowerorthat
tttut pUblcun the district had been leel Democratic Ulocrato before beforeViilgtf beroreQulli beforeQulgg
Viilgtf ran rln that tht when he was wudefeated defeated the thebead theheld thebend
bead held Qulli of tho ticket tcke was also defeated In the thesame theaame thesenle
same election districts and that ID that year year18H8J elr elr8USI
18H8J 1898 not one 011 single Republican Hfpublcll member r rler of ofCongress ofCon ofCongress
Congress Con was elected eleed In the cities clte of New ew York Yorkor
rels
or Brooklyn DrooklYI It I woa wa waspointed pointed out Olt that during duringthe durjn durjnthe duringthe
the last six years yeaI Mr Quil JuliiK had held no nopublic nopubloonlc nopubhlo
public publoonlc ofllci nor during the thO last four years yearsuny yearsany earl
any In party office orc or authority und tluit thlt cones consequently COIHI conesquently ¬
quently his Influence IntuenC whatever whltnr it might he liewas heWI hewas
was Quent WI personal perlolal and old unsupported unsupprted by patronage patronageor patrolale patrolaleor
or power The figures of past elections ciectLo It ion for a aperiod aprod aperiod
period pwer of ten years Ilre proved that on the t he whole wholebeen whaled wholethe
the prod Nmeonth Nineteenth durrlc drrIrt on elecion eiectlofl dl days h hbeen had hadbeen
been moro uniformly and reliably rellbly Republican Republicanthan lepublcan lepublcanthn RepublIcanthan
than thn any an other of the Republican Repuhlcan districts In Intbe Intbe Inthe
tbe city cItyIt
It was also said that district dllirict affairs alrs had hadbeen hadblen hadbeen
been blen I run rln as by b a clique clque of men and that un unfcflflsh unInsh Unselfleh
fcflflsh Insh and Independent Indlpndlnt Republicanism Hfpublcanl m hadbeen had hadbeen hadbfn
been bfn permitted permltrd no voice In party part matters mat en An Anan AHan Asan
an answer Inswer to this It was shown that Mr MrDouglas Mrlou MrDouglas
Douglas lou l8 himself himslf and many lan of his friends rrlpndR had hadbeen hadben hadbeen
been ben Invited Into the party part councils cOlncla and con consulted conuled constilted ¬
stilted uled by b the part plrty party leaders that representa representation rllrelnla rllrelnlaton representanon ¬
non In all al conventions and nd In all al party com committees Lmnlltel cornnrittees ¬
ton mittees nlltel had cnventons been bn enjoyed by b a body bdy of Mr MrDouglass MrDoull8 MrDouglass
Douglass Doull8 friends who for the past four years yearsliavu year yearshave
have blV cooperated coprated with wih the regular rflular organIze organization orlanl1 organIzetlon ¬
tion but who were Wfre an Independent tndepndent body bodyknown bod bodImown bodyknown
known lon as the Associated Republicans Rpublcans to totbe totbt tothe
the tbt extent etent of the membership mllberRhlp or all al such suchcommittees luch luchlmlteel suchcommIttees
committees lmlteel and conventions convlntons and that this thishas Ihll thishiss
has been going 1011 on for four years ear that during duringdistrict durlnl dunnthat
that time every nomlnalon nomination every chol choice or ordlalrlet o odistrict
district tml leader and every fVfr other uthfr ever part party actionhad action actionhad acton actonhad
had been ben made with wih the tle approval and Ind co cooperation cooprton cooperatIon ¬
operation of these tbes representatives repre8talves of Inde Independent ine inependent Induupendant ¬
oprton pendent sentiment sentinr nt During all this thll time timeof timeMr
uurllibal lme lmeMr
Mr Douala Douglas sentlfnt h bee build and Rll still holds old the omc office officeof
of Member of Congress the most mOlt important importantoffice ilporlaut ilporlautomcethl importantoffice
omcethl office the giving Ivlo nlrts of which is Illarlllr largely within withintbe wihin wihintbe wItiuiathe
tbe Influence of this district districtIn districticr
In Infulnc the the light Ilht of these facts tbe charge ohar that thatthe thstthe thatthe
the district dlltrh1 had been leen conducted by a clique cliquenot clQUtd cliqueregardless
rellrdless regardless of the partys bPt best Interfltl Interests dl dlnot dId dIdnot
pars
not seem seU to square uarf with wih the facts and we wewere te tewere wewere
were convinced convileId that thlt the present contest contestwas contfst contfstwaR contestwas
based substantial cibnr cibnragainst charge chargeagainst
was not on any an slDstantal obarl obarlalulnt
against alulnt the th party plrt organization ontanluton with tllh which whichRepublicans whichHepublcans whIchRepuihiicatrs
Hepublcans Republicans generally Ieueral are called caled upon to tohave tohave toheave
have uric un sympathy 1IPlthy but that It related relatld entirely entirelyto enUrelyto
to an UI effort ttort to displace Mr lr Oilman Ulmal and his hisfriends hisrrlends hisfrlefld
friends as the officers omlerl of the organization organizationare orjanlzoton orjanlzotonaad organIzationstud
stud only becIIU because Mr Ir Illlal tiliuiran ald and hil tile frIen friends friendsare
are per personally onlly distasteful dlsl18terul to Mr Douglas Douglasund Doulll Douglasrend
und uld his friends friendsIn frIendsIn
In tbe presence of the th undersigned undersllntd Mr MrDouglas Jr JrDoulll MrDouglas
Douglas Doulll was 8 bluntly bhrnt asked Iked whether If the theprimary theprlmarr thepninrary
primary contest should be decided deided adversely adverselyto advenp advenpto
to prlmarr his friends by a vote of three thre to one he hewould hewould liewould
would consider the Issues lalles settled sPted and stop stoplighting stopnlbtnl stopfighting
lighting nlbtnl until after election eletont and his answer answerhis aOIWfr aOIWfrwus answerwae
wus Speaking Int for msel myseti I w wili not stop stopIghtnl StopfightIng
fightIng for a mInute In this answer answerwbch answerwhich
Ightnl which e lIteral Mr DouJles Douglas at once d1closeC disclosed disclosedhIs
his wbch ultimate 1ltr purpose plrpose and a reckless rekless disregard disregardfor dl relard relardror
ultmate
for consequences Whether this tbll attitude attitudeshould atitude atitudehould attitudeshould
should be sustained lustlnd by b the tbeotes votes of Republi Itepubhicalls Republicans Republ ¬
cans cla who caring nothing nohln for organization organizationIn orlsntzaton orlsntzatonIn
In Itself Itel or leadership exoept as a means to toan toan toan
an end that end being the success of the theanother theRepublcan theRepubicim
Republcan candIdates and prlnclplfls princIple to quite quiteanother quIteanother
another matter matterMr mlter mlterMr matterMr
Mr Oilman was WI elected electd leader of the district districtlast dlatrctlalt districtbest
last lalt March Ulman unanimously unanlloully Mr Douglas DOUllls stated statedthat atatedthat statedthat
that a majority of the delegates delelates present presentat
at such election elfcton were favorable ra to his hit side sideand sideand ide ideund
and that tlat Mr r Oilman Ulman could not have been beenelected beenelplId beenelected
elplId elected without his hil Douglass consent consentIn conlent conlentn
In n our ourJudgment judgment judlmlnl It Is not to the partys partyslnter partyslnterest Inter Interest interest ¬
est that Mr Oilman Ulmn should ahouldbe be molested moJeted In Inhis Inhs InhIs
hs his administration admlnlltraton until unLI the campaign campllanla Is I over overor overor overor
or at least until unti Republicans Republcans have hVf had the theopportunity theopporunlt theopportunIty
opportunity to see sef just jUI how effective ecIYe hisleadership his hisleadership hlaleader
leader opporunlt leadership hlp has ha ha been beenIt beenIt beanIt
It was wa suggested ugplted at the conclusion cclusion of ofthe oftho ofthe
the meeting that further frther conference be beitiglas h beheld
held metng the report says A fe few cneeno dYlaie days later M Mi MiDouglas
DOlgI Douglas expressed exre lay a willingness wlnge to attend attendnit attnd attndbut attendbut
but nit only under conditions conditon which seemed seemedmpractlcable sPm sPmImpracicble seemed seemedImpractIcable
Impracicble ImpractIcable to the committee cmt Mr M Mackhe Mack Mackhe Mac
the he Douglas Dogla candidate cnddt for leader also alsolecllned alo alodeclne alsolechined
lecllned to attend any 4n conference at which whichhere whichthere whichthere
declne
cereno
there should be present rrMent any person peroD other otherban oth otherLhan r rtha
tha ban the official omca representatives roprtentaUvl of the thexmtandlng thectnding theontendlng
ctnding xmtandlng parties partM For its Ia failure faiure to toettle tosette toeetthe
ettle the strife the committee cmmtt holds hoil the therlends tbefriend therlends
friend sette rlends of Mr Douglas responsible responsibleITALIAN reonlble reonlbleITAUAX responsibleITALIAN
ITALIAN ITAUAX AGAINST AOAIfT BIG BI TIM TIMnone TUIFone TIMFruIone
Fone FruIone none of the tl LatinAmerican ItnAmercn league leagueTo Iae IaeTo
To Rnn for Congress CongressF Cna
F S Frugone Frgone an Italian Ialan journalist jourallt of ofho oftbe ofho
tbe ho LatinAmerican ItnAmercl league is going to toun tor toun
un r against agalnt Big Tfcn T Tn Sullivan Sulvan for Congress Congresshis Congr
this his fall fal In the Eighth Eighh Congress Congre district districtn ditrict
1 LI n the Republican Repblc candidate candidateFrugono cardldate cardldateFrgone caiididateFrugono
Frugono Frgone who knew kne President Preldent Roosevelt Rooseveltrhen ROOvelt ROOveltwhen Rooseveltehen
when the President Pre ldfnt wan wa Police Polc Commls Commisloner Commlsloner Comml
loner visited Islte the te White WIt House Roul a few days daysgo daysago daysigo
ago go When he told Mr Roosevelt ROOyelt that tat he hexpected heexpte heuxpeoted
expte xpected to run rn for Congress Congl against aainst Big BigTim BISTim BigrIm
Tim ho got a hearty handclasp handclaspDo handolap handolapDo
Do it said sle the te President Predent You may mayK mayb maybe
b be K sure that tat I will i support Ipport you ou in I every OYCi7eay everyay er
way ay In mypower mypowerThere mypowerThere
There Ther mypwer mypwerTher are a in the Eighth Eighh district distrct more mor than ta
10 1000 Italian Iaia voters votl These T men are a nearly nerly nerlyal nearbyLII
al LII 11 In the new ne league lege which also IncludO includepanirds Include Includeponiards
Spalrl poniards and ad Frenchmen Frnchen Frugono Fgone is isote I isresldent
preident resldent He expt expects to pol pci1 a lar larger largerota er erote
ote than Montague Montge Lessler LItr Big Tinvs Tinvsormer Ti TIm s slorer aorrner
lorer ormer opponent in the race rae for Congress CongressJRURO Conglr Congressoth
bolh oth hoaul because It I ii prldenta presidential year Rna Rnabaul andrecauso
baul recauso JRURO he la tatter hter known own in the district districthan dlftrlot dlftrlotthan districthan
han Lessler was wasCongressman WS wasCongressman
Congressman Lsler Rulllvan Sulvan will wi be b an In unwlll unwlllng unwi unwillng
Ing ng Conlrlfma candidate tadldaU for reelection reeleton His 11 taste tasteif t8t
of if Washington life le was W not entirely entrly to his hisialato hispla hisralato
ialato and ad he would step ltp aside aJld were It not notor notfor notor
for pla or the supplications Ippllato of the Democratic Democraticpaders DMorato DMoratoIraers Deznocnatioadors
Iraers paders te who wont lt somebody omlbv to beat Fru Fruone Fr Ftutone
gone one Tim had ha 13500 lS5 plurality last Ilt tuneANOTHER tune tie tieAOHFR time4VOTIIER
ANOTHER AOHFR ADMIRAL ADJIRAI flEA flEAlatuisesitch DEAD DEADlatimevltch DEAIJ DEAIJlatueltb
latimevltch latueltb Wa Was a Wounded ound d In thn th D Dash DashFrom th thFrom h hFm
From Fm Port Por Arthur ArthurSpcUJ Arhn ArhnSpcll ArthurSpsci4S
SpcUJ Spcll C CaW N DfipaWI Dfltl la Tn SaM SDKCnsroo SDHC SaMCnnroo
Cnsroo C BP Aug 14 1Adlr 14Admiral Admiral Matunsevltch Matunsevltchho MatuMvth MatuMvthwho
who ho was ws on o the th Tlevl Tearevitch T we vl tch th and ad who reported reportedmself reportediimself
h mself to th be slightly aUghU1 wounded wod haa h hs rp died diedthe de diedthe
1tbotM the hospital hopltaLatTslujtau hopltaLatTslujtauur at Tsingtau U
ur
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Superior SuperiorHATS SuperiorHATS SuperiorHATS
HATS HATSFOR
FOR CORRECT TASTES TASTESFALL TASTESFALL TASTESgzi
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FALL FALLSHAPES FALLSHAPES
SHAPES SHAPESSHOWN SHAPESSHOWN SHAPESSHOWN
SHOWN AUGUST 18th 18thand 18thand 18thand
and on sale fc at all agen agencies arcnde agcncee ¬
cies de cee throughout throrhout the world worldCUT worle worleCUT worlcLCUT
CUT I IN STEEL niLLETS niLLETSIou nILETS
1 Iou or MOOOOO l0 to the thl i Tool by b Rectal Rrafoor Rraonot Rectalor
or the Recent Rfctnt Mir MirPJTTBBCRO isiePirrenuno 11 11PJIBBURO
PJTTBBCRO PJIBBURO Aug 14 1Indltatan 14Indications Indications to tcnight tonight tonight
night are that the steel stol billet blet trouble trou lo ha haonly hl hlonly hnonly
only just begun ogn Members Member of th this bible billcpool biet bietpl biblepool
pool pl aside alde from the Republic Republc Iron Work Workat Worksat
at Youngstown Youngltown Ohio Ohlofgur figure that not a eon cerless cnt cntles eonless
less les than 1000000 100 was lout by the pool who whothe whon whonthe whotire
the big sale of billets biet a at a cut of li I 4 a to towaa ton tonWall toiwas
Wall made by tho Republic Repuhlc about ten dpyago dpy dpY8ago deyago
agoIt ago agoIt agoIt
It was Wi given out at first frt that the tle Ohl Ohlpeople Ohio Ohiopople Ohpeople
people pople had sold 110000 100 ton tnl at lt the great greatreduced gaty gatyrduc greatlreduced
reduced rduc price pric but today It is II announce announcethat announoeithat
that the te deal dea was wa for 40000 400 more mor tons c or
150000 100 tons altogether whloh would mean rneoa meana
a saving lavlng of 1000000 10 6OO to tho PitUburg PltburgSteel PltburgSteelCompny SUuCompany 8te 8teCompany <
Company Compny tho buyer and a corrcgpondln corrcgpondlnloss oorspondlnglo
loss lo to the billet biet people pople who had fixe fixethe fixethe
the pool price prc at 131 131A 12 23 23A
A weapon wepn has h bonn bn put Plt In the hands band c ctho of ofthe othe
the Pittsburg Pltlburg Steel Stel Company Cmpany which la I on onof one oneof onof
of the heaviest hevlct competitors comptlton of the Unite UniteStates UnlteuStates
States Stat Steel SWI Corporation CoromUon in wire wir and wlr wlrnalli wirenoll wlrnails
nails noll The Immense Itmen amount aout of cheat cheatbillets chep chepbiets cheaibillets
billets biets now In the hands of the Plttsbur PlttsburSteel Pltsburg PltsburgStel PittaburiSteel
Steel Stel Company will wi enable It to cut ot price pricein prcs prcsIn
in the wire wir and wire wir nail nai market should shoul I Isee It Itse Isee
see se fit ft to do so and present prnt Indications Indlcton ar arthat are arethat arthat
that It will wi reduce reuo prices pricesSIMPSON proe proefll pricesSIMPSON
SIMPSON fll PSJ RAISES 344000 344000Mltitonary 440 440Mlilona 44000Missionary
Missionary Mlilona Alliance AIno header Itd r Ha Ilai I Ills 111 Uses UtnaMucceu Unl Unltneel UsesSuecesi
Mucceu tneel at Old Od Orchard OrchardOLD Orebrd OrebrdOLD OrchardOlo
OLD ORCHARD ORC ARD BEACH BRCH Me Aug 14 14To 14Today To Today
day was the clotting cotng day of the Christlai ChristlaiMissionary ChristiarMissionary
Missionary Mlslonar Alliance Alane camp cap meeting metng under undethe undertbe undoithe
the leadership leaderhip of f the Rev RV Dr A B Simpson Himpsoiof
of New York Pledges Plege for foreign foreig mission missionaggregating mlllonl mlllonlagjrgatng miestoniaggregating
aggregating agjrgatng 140 44000 were raised r lse In spit spitof spie spieof spitiof
forenoon the thiaudience theaudienc thuaudience
of a drizzle drle at tho foroon meeting meting
audience audienc remained rmaine in the te grove listening lstening llstenlngtiDr ti tiDr t tDr
and watching hlngather him himptler himgather
Dr Simpsons Slmps ns sermon snon ad
gather in dollar dolla1 and pledges pledgesIn plepe
In the afternoon oleroon a downpour dowpour drove tin thicrowd te tecrod tincrowd
crowd into the tabernacle where wher the money monejraising moneymlalng moneyraising
raising was W continued contlnul The Te total totl numbv numbvof numbr numbrof numbeiof
and from frontl fromI frorrSI
of pledges ploges was 875 they ranged rango
tl I upward upad There was one oneploge pledge of 15000 15000two Io SOOo SOOotwoof3000each
two twoof3000each of 10 3000 each two twoof1OOtwoofISOO twoof1OOtwoofISOOtwo of 1000two tOtwof of llSOO llSOOtwo 115
two of 11000 110 1000 one of 1800 1 800 one of 1300 s 800 one onethree ad adthre arid aridthree
three thre of 1600 1 500 Nine persons pron pledged ploge 301each 301 Rxeach
each five fve 20 O eight 1200 2 O and nine 1100 1100Most ItO 100 100Moat
Most Mot of the sensational 8nst nal features s which whiclformerly whichfonerly whichformerly
formerly fonerly accompanied acompanle Dr Simpsons Sipsons an annual annual annual
nual harvest harest gathering gaterng were wer omitted omite Very Verjlittle Verylittle
little ltle jewelry Jewelr found Its II way Into the collec collection cole coleton coilectlon ¬
tion ton basket basketCLAMS basket basketCllf basketsCL4M8
CLAMS Cllf HLOCKADE 10CKA E IRK ROW ROWar ROWCar ROWCar
Car ar Dump Bunlp Truck Truoklod Truckload load of Them Tem and Traffic TrafficStop Trme TrmeStop TrafticStops
Stop Stop While WII Tbey Te The Are ArPtkH Picked Up UpSecond tipScond UpSecond
Second Scond and ad Third Thir avenue cars on Park Parkow Parkrow Parkrow
blocked for fifteen minutes lost lostIght lastnight
row ow were wer hloke fftn l8t l8tnlgb
night nlgb by a truckload trckload of clams which waa waaiiiinpod waabump wasburiruped
bump iiiinpod by a Third Tir avenue car as 8 it was wasTotwlng wal walcroBlng wascrossing
croBlng crossing over Park row rowet at Roosevelt Roo eolt street streetTho atrtt atrttTho streetThe
Tho clams cams were scattered sattrd about the thetreet thestret thestreet
stret street It I took tok hard har work ork by truckmen truckmenopa truckmencops truckmencops
cops cops > and bystanders bylander to clear cear the clams clamsiway clamlaway clamaway
away so the cars car could get git through throughSKVLARKERS throughSIOIARKERS throurghSHVLARKEIZS
SKVLARKERS CAUSE A 4 DEATH DEATHInei DEAThline
CASE DBATH DBATHOnl
Onl line Woman oman Drowned Drntd From Fem Beat WhleThey Whle flrbchThe bllh bllhTe
They Te The Ran Ian Into and andtprt andtprtA Upset 1psetA
A rowboat containing four men who 1 1i It Iti iLa
i La i said were skylarking skylarkng ran down dow another anotheioat anotherbat anothrerboat
bat oat on Branch Broh Brook Park lake Newark NewarkN
N 1 J Jlat 1 last night capsizing caplzlng It and throwing throwingIH thrwing thrwingtl
IH tl four occupants occupantI into in o deep dep water waterwo waterThe waterThe
The bt boat which Wall over overtirned rrned cntained cntainedt contained containedtwo
t two wo o young yourg men and and two young yung women womenJne womonOnt womenDne
Ont Jne of the young women Miss Mi MaggieuValsir Maggie MaggieValah Magie MagieWaleh
Valah of Newark Newarl was aR drowned drownld Her com comlanlonH comIlanlonl cornianions
Ilanlonl lanlonH Mb 1b8 Mistu < s HaUl HMon Hanson of Harrison HarrisonStephen Haron1 Herrleonstephen
Htephln Stephen Barbully Barbly and W Plum both of ofJewark or orNewrk oi oiewark
Newrk Jewark were wererEce rescued by five fve park parkpolo police policenen policemen
mln men who heard herd their cries cle for help and put putnit putot puturt
nit urt from shore In the police pole boat boatMiss bat batMIf boatMiss
Miss MIf Walshs Wallh body bov both was WI recovered rcover aboutialf about aboutlalf abouthalf
half an hour after aftr the drowning drowing by a park parklollceman parkpolcman parkimliceman
lollceman who dived dive for it Plum was wasaken wasaken al
aken polcman Into custody cUltoy In the belief ble that If Ifhny I Ifbray
thy are ar caught he can identify Identfy the men menwho mtn mtnho menwhuocaused
whuocaused who ho caused causd the accident accidentOUTINO accldnt accldntOVTINO accidentOUTING
OUTING TO OPEN OPENfAVPAlS OPENfAVPAlSTlrtfourt CAMPAIGNrliInlfOurth CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNIrtyfourtli
Tlrtfourt Irtyfourtli District Dtrot Republican epubUen to Have HaveBIB lae laeD IIav IIavnil
BIB D Rally Rly Tomorrow TomomwThe Tomom TomomTe TomorrowThe
The Republicans of the Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourthssmbly Thirtyfourthlseembly
Te Rpublcans te Thiryfourh ThiryfourhAembly
Aembly lseembly ssmbly district dltrct will wi have their annual annualutlng anlall anlallouUn annualiuttng I IGrove
ouUn utlng tomorrow tomor at Witzels Witzls Point View ViewIrove View3rcuve
Grove < College Clege Point L I Arrange Arrangelenta Arrangt Arrangenents
lenta have been bn made to tnoke ae it Itone one of the theargest thelart theargest
ment argest turnout turnout the Republicans Rpblana of the thellstrict theditrct theiletnict
llstrict have ever held and and It will wi practically practicallyipen practicaly practicalyopn
ditrct upon the campaign capaign in that tat part of the tht city cityliere cty ctyTer cityihrre
opn liere will wi be b three tht clubs from tho district districtnd dJatrlctand districtLod
Ter and nd six brass brl bands bandI will furnish fumlh the music musicGov mmlcGov music0ev
Gov Odell Senator Bnat r Thomas Thom C Platt PlattxQov Plattexov PlattuzQov
xQov Black Blak Elihu Eliu Root Rot William Wilam Barnes Barnesny BarD
Jr rr Ab Abe Grbr Gruber Edwad Edward Lautrbach Lautmrbaoh ann anntverl and andeveral
tverl everal ny ral others othel have hve signified Ilgled their intention intentionif
of if being bing present prent and d most mOt of these teM will willnake wi willnake
nake spe l speeches che hM after atr the t e breakfast hrakrSt has ha been beenerred bn bnsre beenerred
mae erred There Ter will wl be b a parade parde through throughhe trougl througihe
sre the he district distrct on the return rtur homo and speeches speechesrill Iphl
wi rill iu be h made at different dierent points along the theIne thelne theme
lne Ine of march marchITALIANS marh marhlALlNS marchITALIANS
ITALIANS lALlNS IN PISTO PISTOL FIGHT FIGHTme FIHT FIHTOe
Oe me Dying On in I HoiplUI HOPItIFve HospitalFive Five Ballet Hole HoleIn HoltIn fetesIn
In Missing IIRln Mans Man Shirt ShlrlSome fhlrl fhlrlSome ShirtBorne
Some 2500 2 Italians Itallnl celebrated o1bmtd last lRt night nightTacant nightIn
In a Tacant Tcntlot lot at 204th 24tb street trt and d Jerome JeromeventM Jromeavu Jeromevenus
avu venus the festival festvl of the thl Immaculate Immaculateoncoption Imaculato ImaculatoCcpton immaculateoneeption
Ccpton oncoption A fight fght arose arl a block blok aWRY awnyi aWRYI awaywhich
i which five fve men were wer shooting at at one onenother onenether l
aothor I nether when whn a 0 policeman plor arrived arived One Oneill Onl Oneall
ill and ad tho rest lt pitched pitche Into the te police pollonianbuttwomoun Jlo policeauibuttwomountedpehIYmen
fel ianbuttwomoun auibuttwomountedpehIYmen hut two mountce ted policemen polomen drove drT them themrro thtm themIT
ml IT The man who ho fllYs fell says he Is Antonio AntonioLr Antonioserro
01 serro rro and ml ho h Is I dying dylnl in 11 Fordham Forhm HOB HOBital HOI lIonItal
Lr ital al The pollen warn em told that tht Severe Saveroardulo Bro Brofrulo Severeardub
ardulo IIJ had hal pUt been tln In the thl fight flht and ad at his hlnwolllig hi hidt11g hiswellirg
frulo wolllig they found a blood bloo soaked ftoked shirt shirt1th shirtwith shirtrith
dt11g with 1th five bullet bllet holes In It A squad Iqud Is Isuntlng IshWltlg isuruting
hWltlg untlng fA in the tht woods oos for his hil body bodyf ho bodySaI
f SaI > 1 > i Public Pblc Reboots fehlol Brew Or Boelallsm BoelallsmMILWAUKEE 8clallnl 8clallnlMILWAUKEL SociallsnrMnwausa
MILWAUKEE Wl WAu is Aug 14Our 14 1Our Our publichool public publichool publc publcschool
school hool system Rltm of today today is II a breeding brrdlng place placer plac placof
of r r socialism oclaIRI Mid Ild Bishop lhop J J Henneesy Henneesyr H nn nnof
of r r Wichita Wlcblt hAn tonight t nlht We e are ar rdu rduitlng edursting du duratng
sting the thl youth of the th country coub to look lok to toie tote toe
ratng ie e State Stt for everything eerthlng We are r building buildingilloges buldln buldlncolO buildingnlbogee
te <
illoges and ad unIversities uhelit for the sons ofe of ofte
colO 10 e well ell to t do dohll while the th poor man m whoM whoMi who whoseenjoy
te
ai i cant enjoy enJ01 them t th pr mu mut must t pay th t the
NEW YORKW81 T y Witt LfB BE HQ HQREPVOLICAjfS 1 1REPUD1CAJS
REPVOLICAjfS REPUD1CAJS HAVE ONEYEOl ONEYEOlTAOGART ONJlEJiEON ONJlEJiEONTAOGAR O2 O2TAGGART
TAOGART TAOGAR ONE lE ON V ODELL ODELLNobody ODtrLNobody ODF1LNobody
Nobody Nerd N td Worry WOI About HoUIU HottlllUe HottlllUeNot HostllltisuNot
Not Not BeginnIng De nnlr on tTmemplolol Time TlmeSuapiolofl TlmeSuapioloflThst Suspicion SuspicionTtiat
Ttiat t In I the te Ifeit et the Ue Uemoorati Prmoorts nil nilTry WitTry I
I Try Tr a a Still Stl Hunt nQntl0dQu flqnHesdqucrtero Headquarters er Talk TalkFor Tlk TlkFor TalkFor
For a week we or more moe there thet has h boon n com comI om omI cornmerit
I ment to the effect eet that tbt thn t lnaUoDa national Demo Democrata Dmo Democrate
crate wero slow slo In i I getting gettl to work wok foi foiParker forParke foiParker
I Parker cat Parke and Davis Davi The talk tl came cme moatl moatlfrom moty motyfrom moetlfrom
from hangerson hgeon and political oltcl touts tout who It inevery Itevery In InI
every national natonal campaign cmpain Infest iest tho head headquartern hea headquarters
I quarters qartn of the managers mnage hungry hung for any anjkind anykid an ankind
kind kid of a job The he some criticisms cicm were wenheard wereherd wereheard
heard herd some time tme ago concerning concrnlr the man management management management <
agement of f affairs at Republican Re blen national nationalheadquarters ntIonal ntIonalheadquart nationalheadquarters
headquarters headquart and emanated emnated from the same samesort samesort samesort
sort sort of persona peln Jt It was wupolte pointed out yes yesterday ye ye yetorday <
terday tordy at the Fifth Fftb Avenue Hotel HotJ and tb tbHoffman the theHoffman theHoffman
Hoffman House los where hee tho Htato Stt atO cam canvpalgnors Cm Cmpager campaignore
palgnors pager hold forth that th t th th different dlerert head headquarters hed hedquart headquarters
quarters quart of the State stt machinists mcnit also aso are arcbesieged arebeieged arebesieged
besieged beieged by contingents oontnen of citizens ctben do doscribed doscb docrIbe1
scribed scb as a polltiool poltol bummers bummer whose whoseonly whoe whoeonly whoseonly
only notion noton of f party pat fealty fo T is I any anyold old kind kindof kid kidof kindof
how for foithemselves forthemselves
of a job no matter mter degrading fo
themselves themselvesChairman themelve themselvesChairman
Chairman Chairn Cortelyou Corlrou of the Republican Republicannational Republc Republicannational
national natonl committee comtte was W8 In 1 Washington Washingtonyesterday WaJ Washingtonyesterday ngon ngonyeierday
yesterday yeierday consulting cnsu1 g with Ith President Pdnt Reese Roosevelt R ReeseI ¬
I volt vlt but his ablelieutenant ableUutnat at headquarters headquartersj hqurrs
I j L I A Coolidge ColdKe was waon on guard gur to be b ready rady If 11anything IfI ifanytbint
anything turned tumfd up The Th chairman ohrnwl will willreturn willreturn
I return retur today tody and ad have hvs further frher consults consultstioris consultations onult ¬
lions with Treasurer TroHurr Cornelius CrnelU N Bliss BlissAraktant Bli BlissAtslatatt
Araktant AfIIalt Treasurer Treasurr Charles Chal8 H Duell Duel and andthn andtho aridtim
thn tim members memhl of the executive committee committeeall cmmitt
all al of whom are ar experienced experiencd campaigners campaignersand cmpigner
and most of whom enjoyed enJoy d the masterly masterlytutelage masterlytutcgt masterlytutelage
tutcgt tutelage of Mark A Hannn nenla Neither Neiter MrContelyou Mr MrCortelyou MrCortlyou
Cortelyou Cortlyou nor his associates olocate are divulging divulgingtheir divlging divlgingtheir divulgingtheir
their plans plan for the campaign cmpaIgn at this thl early earlystage earlyst earlystage
stage st of the game gme but in all al of their con conversations cn cnverton conversatlons ¬
versations verton personal peln l and nd otherwise oth I they theyhave theyhve theyhave
have hve declared delar that U1t Roosevelt Ro0velt and ad Fair Fairbanks Fa Fairbanks ¬
banks bnk without wihout the slightest lghtst doubt are a to tokeep tokep tokeep
keep kep West Wtt Virginia Vlralnla New Jersey Jerey Indiana IndianaIllinois Indllna Indllnamlnol IndianaIllinois
Illinois mlnol and Wisconsin Wlsnln in the th e Republican Republicancolumn Rpublcn Rpublcnolumn EepubDoancolumn
column olumn and that thn no power pwer on on earth arhc can candefeat candefeat
defeat their tlelr election electionConcerning eleton eletonConcerlnl electionConcerning
Concerning Concerlnl New Ne York most mot of the te national nationalRepublican natoa natoaRepblcl nationalRepublican
Republican Repblcl fighters lghten arefacllnE arelellc their thei way wa waSome
Some of them admit amit that tat OdelUsm Odelm and andgraft ad adgraft andgraft
have become reproach to the
graft beome a reproh t te party pty partyin
in the State Stt All Al say that Roosevelt Rvel and andFairbanks ai andFairbanks
Fairbanks Farbnk are to carry car the t State Stt but bt some someHcan sme smead someadd
ad add tat that If thlnpdo things do notnnd notmand te the Ropub Ropubhlcan pb pbHcan
Hcan State 8tt ticket tcket will wU be b lost lol These Te state statements st statemoot ¬
moot ment are ar mode mae with wit the te utmost utot candor candorIt cador cadorIt
It was Wi learned leare that GovernorChairman GovernorChairmanOdell OoverorChaln lovernorChalrmanOdeli
Odell OdeliB la giving mostof m0tof most of his hi timeto tlot the pick picking pickIng picklog ¬
ing out of Republican Rpubloa candidates cadldat for the thaSenate te teSenal theSenate
Senate and Assembly Ambly who supposedly supely are areto ar areto
to do his hi bidding should stould the Republicans Republicansretain Rpublins Rpublinsrtin Republicansretain
retain rtin control contrl or of the thJ th Legislature Lgislatre Other Otherstatements Othersttement Otherstatements
statements sttement were wr made by those toe directly dlrfty
Interested Intret In tho mQe success sloof of the national nationalRepublican ntonal ntonalnepublcan nationalRepublican
Republican nepublcan ticket tcket to the effect efet that the thoUdell thepoltcal thepolitical
poltcal political intgriy integrity of GoveorChaira GovernorChairman GovernorChairmanOdehl
Udell Odel is I being very ver gravely gravey considered conider in incertain I incertain
certain ceri national latonal quarters quartn and that tt his hi first firstovert frst frstoert firstovert
overt act at Is I to be b met and ad promptly prompty exposed exposedChairman ezpe exposedChairman
Chairman Cairman Taggart for the te Democrats Democratsannounced Dmorat Dmoratannounc Democratsannounced
announced last las night nLbt at the te HolmlHous HoffmnanHouse HoffmnanHousethat Uoffmon House Housethat
announc that the to national natonalbeaquawr headquarters for forParker forParkerand Parker Parkerand Parkerand
and Davis will wi be beopne opened at at 1 WeetThUty WeetThUtyfourth WeetTlr WeetTlrfourh WeatThirtyfourth
fourth fourh street strt today toa Mr De Loncey LonceyNlcoll Llc LanceyNicoll
Nlcoll Nicol the vicechairman vlohlrln lr continued tonUue Mr MrTaggart MrTaggart r rTaggart
Taggart is I to be with ih us and U 1 to give us usthe usthe usthe
the greatest g atst help through his hI experience experienceand expreno
and ability abity Mr r Sheehan Shehr chairman cainnl of ofNew ofthe ofthe
the eethl executive commit committee 1 Is to return to toNo toNew
New No York from his late la e resting reltlg spell spllatr spllatrIn rtur later laterin laterIn
in the week wek We have hve been bencr1tcsd criticised by bysome bysome bysome
some because bu8e we didnt get to towork work earlier earlierThere earler earlerTher earlierThere
There Ther were er a thousand thousnd and ad one details detl to tobe tob6 tobe
be attended attded to and besides blde our convention conventionwas oonv ton tonWi
was Wi three thr weeks weks later latr than th the Republican RepublicanBy Rpublcan RpublcanBy
By By the middle mlddl of September Sptmbr our ourcampalgn ourcampalgnwi ourcamaignwill campaign campaignwill
will be in full fulswlng fuilswlng swing
wi We shall shl carry crryon on a vigorous vlgorou campaign campaignin cmpal n nIn
in the East Et and all al know Democrats Demort and andRepublicans andRepublcn andRepublicans
Republicans that New York State Stte is I very verydecidedly verydeidely verydecidedly
decidedly deidely Republcn In the doubtful doubtul column Some Smef Smefour ofour of ofour
our New York friends frend8 whose opinions are arebased ar arebased
based bO on substantial sublantll facts facI deelareit delar It to be beimpossible beImpolble beimpossible
impossible Impolble for the Republicans Republcan to carry carryNow cl carryNow
Now York this fall fal We are to send sed out teal toallof to tealof al
of oftheSttC the States though orators omtolofthestmp of the theetamp 8tamp of ofWilliam ofWiiam ofWilliam
William J BryanMay Bryan Mayor or Pat Patrlce Patrick rick AColllnsof AColllnsofBoston A Clns Collins of ofBston ofBoston
Wiiam Boston WBourkeCockranCharles W BourkeCokmnChatJesS SHam SHamlln Ham Hamln Hamun
lln Bston Charles Chle A Towne Benjamin Bnjamin K Shlvely ShlvelyJohn Shvely ShvelyJohn ShivelyJolrmr
ln
John G 2 Carlisle Crlsle John W V Kern and Judson JudaonHarmon JudsonHarmon JudsonHarmon
Harmon In fact fact the list Ilt of our orators ort is isto I isto
to be made up of all al the Democratic Demortlo speakers speakersof peaker
of force lore and eloquence elouenoe in the country countryIt cut
It was 8 learned that the national natonal Demo Democrats DemocrstA Democrate ¬
crate I besides blde bombarding bombarin the the > Republi Itepubhlcans Republicans Rpubl ¬
cans in tbe East Et in the States Stt of New York Yorkand Yor Yorkand
cns and New Jersey Jerey are ae to push pUh the fight fght In InIndiana InIndin icrIndiana
Indiana Wisconsin West WeL Virginia and andIllinois IUIdIlnol8 antiIllinois
Illinois Indin and that little lttle Delaware Deawar Virgni Is I not to tobe tobe tobe
be Ilnol8 overlooked overlok 1 Connecticut Connotot continues ontnue to toremain toremain toremain
remain In the black list lit of f the national nationalDemocrats ntonl ntonlDemorts nationalDemocrats
Democrats Demorts it was wa declared deJare and will wi socontintre so socontinue socntnue
continue unless unle the warring factions faotlon end endtheir endtheir endtheir
their cntnue quarrels quarrll In Nutmeg utmeg warg Land LandThe Lnd LndThe LandThe
The Republican Rtpublcan national managers manAer are arewatching arewalchn arewatching
watching intently Intety the campaign capalt to be put putup putup puttip
up by their adversaries Idveraril and while they are areready areready areready
ready to accept accpt oflhand of haml the declarations declarationsof dearallona dearallonaof
of the Democrats Demoratl that that their principal prncpal fight fightis fght fghtla
is to l be > e made In the Fast Fat the Republicans Republicansintend Rermhlcan RermhlcanIntend Republicansintend
intend to keep kep their eyes eye wide whJeop open for any anyPtlll anyItl anyutill
Ptlll hunt campaign to be put up for Parker Parkerand ParkerBml Parkerand
and Itl Davis Da1 campalg In In Indiana Illinois Ifnol Wisconsin Wisconsinund W Wisconsinanti onaln onalnand
und West Wlt Virginia and are not by any anymeans anymlan8 anymeans
means to overlook Ylrgnla any ay Democratic DemoraUo effort eror In Inthe Inthe inthueRockyMountain
mlan8 the thueRockyMountain Rocky Roky Mountain Moultaln and Pacific Pacifc Paciflcslopeictea PaciflcslopeicteaIt slope II0pfntes II0pfntesJ18 Rtctei RtcteiIt
It Is the opinion that the great gtat fight fghtIn In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York J18 State will wi be comparatively comparatlver short Ihort but butboth hutboth IrutboOr
both sides Iide say It is I to be one De of the stoutest stoutestbattles stOltt stOltthatC stoutestiattlE7M
battles In the annals of the two purlieu purlieuThe partll partiesThe
The hatC two two Stale conventions conventons of the Empir EmpireState Empire EmpireState
State will not be out of the te way much before beforeSept beforeSpt beforeSept
Sept 75 1 wl10t Meantime ltanllme there Is I to be bel n heap ofplanning of ofplanning ofplanning
Spt planning dickering dikcrng and subterranean subtorrael nego negotiations negotiatons negotiationo ¬
tiations tiatons in il preparation preparaton for the real rel fight flghtnfter fght fghtafer fightafter
afer after the State tickets tcketR of the two parties partiesare part
ar are nominated nominatedTO nominate nominateTO
TO DISPUTE DIPVTE THE HE 23TH 23THtoward 2TH101ar 23THhoward
101ar toward CocklIng Conkln to Fight ht Herbert Ilerlr Par Paront PatIon
Ion ont on at the Primaries PrimariesHoward Plmarlr PlmarlrHowrd PrimarIesHoward
Howard Howrd Conkling Conklng declared declAd himself h lf yes yeserday ye yesLerday
trd erday to be b a candidate cndidat for the Republican Republicaneadershlp Rpblc Republicanleadership
leadership of the Twentyfifth Tentyffh Assembly Assemblydistrict ARmbly ARmblydlRtrlct Aseemblydistrict
district against agaist Herbert Parsons PalD the pres present prs prsent ptsmt ¬
ent incumbent Inombnt thus thu adding addlg on one moro mor to tohe tothe tohe
the he list 11t of primary fight fght to t be settled stte on onlug onAug onPuug
lug 30 In prmar an address addr to the thenrUe enrolled enrollediepubllcans enrolledRepublicans
Hepuhlcans Republicans 8 of the district distric signed by by about aboutIfty aboutffty aboutfifty
ffty fifty of Mr r Conkllngs Conklnga friends lrend se It Is said saidr sd sdth saidhat
hat t the party machiery machinery In to the Twety Twetyfth Twenty Twenty111th
th pary
fth 111th Ial bait bon been 10 rio crlely carelessly handled hndled uder uderMr under underuIr
Mr uIr r Parsons Paronl that unless nleft some radical radc change changes cnge cngeII
II s made In the leadership leadenhlp the district dltrc will willurely wl sillurely
lurly urely go Democratic Dmoatc this thl fall The olr olrlUlar oirular
lUlar charge that tht the Republican Rpublcn vote ote or orcUlar has hasalien h baAallen
falen alien ohrg oft t greatly grealy since Ilnc I860 18 and ad says ly say the thneason thl theeason
rOln eason for the decrease deClf is bad management managementnd ragement ragementand
and nd nothing nothng else elseIf elReI elseIf
If I Mr Parsons Palont is I permitted peritted to continue continues ontnua ontnuaa
a I s leader the address addr R says there ther la I no noelling nolelng noailing
ailing what wht will wi happen at any rate ral wo will willlave wi willmus
lelng happn
hae lave constantly cnltlty to t explain explal to our ur friends friendshat friendsthst friendshat
hat Mr Parsons PaIons Is not controlled ontroll or In Iniuenoed Infuenc inluenoed
iuenoed by his father faher a most mot unusual unusualhlng unusua unusuathlnl unusualhing
fuenc hlng to t do who has bnl declared decl In favorjf favor favorof
thlnl l
of jf thn thl theebectionof election ellcton of Mr MrParker Parker Mr MrPersonss MrPersonssather PersonsB PersonsBather PennsA PennsAfather
ather l Is Iu John E Parsons Parlns Mr Parsons Parnonssricnds ParRn Parsonsriends
friend nay Ir that they Ihe ore a not not worrying worrln and andhat ad adtht andbat
tht hat hn will wi he elected by a big majority majorityIepubllcans mjoriy mjoriyThey majorityrhey
They MY tht that the llt great bulk of th the enrole enrolled enrolledepubbicans
RepublC Iepubllcans of o the district distc is I satisfied satisfiedTAMMANYS Mtlfe MtlfeTA1MANIS satisfiedTAMMANIS
TAMMANYS TA1MANIS MONEY 110NEY GETTERS GETTERSame OETERSJamt GETTERSfames
Jamt ame W CJfrard rr to Head Jrd the Campaign CampaignCommittee Cmla campaignCommittee
Committee CommItee Tfamrd amtd Yesterday YesterdayDaniel YesterdayDaniel etrdr etrdrDaniel
Daniel F McMahon chairman haran of the thexecutlve thexetlve thezecutlve
xecutlve xetlve committee tmmlte of Tammany TamAy Hall Hallas Hal Hallisa
hM isa as appointed appoint 11 tho following folowing campaign campaign3mmlttof campig campaignommIttcc
cmmlttL cmmlttLllrrl ommIttcclatms 3mmlttof 3mmlttofJiunes
Jiunes llrrl W V Orard n rBrd Jr chairman O H HP P PlendrlcK Pfelmont
1 lmonl Thoma Thomas I Brady losfp Iosepir I D Car Carrol CaroIl
rol oIl WI Villam IIm Astor ChaOer CIuanle4 J Bnreant Sergeant Sergeantram
ram am WI Willis Is B Dod A Erlanlr Enlanger CUol Cliffoni CliffoniV
W V lutrldll artnldge John ohn i UIIalochfr Ussiocher Ietur rter A Antndrlck Atendnick
ntndrlck lendrlcK lendrlcKoft tord 1 SI Inox Knox GenrEI George W Wr WMft
oft r Alf AlfIisrl Ahrd B Maclav ltocco oco Morrnlco Morrnlcohsrtl Morrasco Morrascohones
Iisrl hsrtl hones s K I Murphy Bernard rnsd Naurhton Naurhtonlllton Nalhlon NalhlonMlnn NaughtonUPon
Mlnn lllton Roblec RobieI LAO to Hchleslncer kchleslnle 1 Charles CnrIB A AThe AHUdler AItsdier
HUdler Henry H Thompln Thompson naru itarry Panl Payne PayneVhltney
WhIDOY Vhltney JAmfS James T Woo1Ao Woo1AoTe Woodward WoodwardThe
The Te principal prolD duty dutonhl of this committee comltt wille wUlh will
h e to t raise r e funds f d for th thcanipalgn campaign Several Severalf STer Severalserved
at f the te members mb served ae tcpp on C last wI years 7a corn o cornC
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SPECIAL v EC srti M1 TRAIN 1 nMW rarc s Returning Returnln Btndar < In coaches coache on regular reula train within 10 days daysSimilar danSImla daysSImlIu i
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ONETHIRD PRICE RfcDUCTION RfcDUCTIONALGERIAN REDUCTION REDUCTIONALGERIAN 1kDUCTION 1kDUCTIONALGERIAN
ALGERIAN KUGSAlgerian RUGS RUGSAlgerian RUGSAlgerian
Algerian Rugs are attractive atractive and comfortable comfortablefor
for the Porch PorchFor PorchF PorchFor
For F or the Autumn Bungalow or Cottage Cotage they theyare theyare theyare
are indispensable Algerians are an alltheyear alltheyearRug althe a11therearRug ear earRug
Rug for the Den Sewing Room or Childrens ChildrensRoom Chidrens ChidrensRoom Chlldren5Room
Room Ours are woven from the best Cocoa Fibre Fibrein
in a wide variety of Colorings Colorngs and Patterns Pricesare Prices Pricesare I Iare
are reduced OneThird One OneThirdspace Thizdspa space e is i required for forNew torNew forNew
New Designs Designs De5ignsSize
INSTANCES INSTANCESSize I
Size 3x 6 ft Reduced from frm 500 SO to 300 3004x
4 4x 7 I 44 850 CE 575 5756x 676I 75 75C 1
I C 6x 9 I I S 1500 I 1000 10007x10 1000I
I 4 7x10 I I 1850 u 1250 12509x12 1260I
I I 9x12 I I I 5 2750 1860 186012x15 1860I
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A few ° Runners unnere or long strips also reduced reducedOnqThlrd reducedOn reducedOnqThlrd
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OnqThlrdGEO ThirdGEO GEO G EO C FLINT CO COWest COWest COWest
West 23rd Street Street
FIRE MAY CONCEAL MURDER MURDERSHANTY MURDERSHANTY I ItiHA
SHANTY tiHA Y BLOWN BLWN UP NEAR NKA SARA SARATOGA SARA SARATOGA
TOGA TOOA RACETRACK RACETRACKThe RAOETBACK RAOETBACKTl
The Tl Bodlet Blr of Mike Ilke Callahan clan hiahan and a Boy BoyWno D BoyWire
Wire Worked ort at the te Track Te Found FO d In Inthe I icrthe
the Ruin Rulncnahas RumnGahiahans Callanani Body By Badly BadlyIlurned Bdl BdlUurntde BadlyIturnedTire
Ilurned Uurntde IturnedTire The Boys D Neck Broken BrokenSARATOGA UrokenSAaAlocu roktn roktnRARA100A
SARATOGA Aug 14 HTe 14The Tha explosion of a asmall alml asmall
small lml can cn of gasolene gslee in I the th shanty shty just justoutside Jut Jutout justoutside
outside out lde the main mai en entrance trance trno to the t racetrack racetrackshortly rtmck rtmckhorly racetrackshortly
shortly horly before befor 2 oclock oclok this tl morning morningcompletely moring moringcompltly morningcompletely
completely compltly destroyed destry the building blg but hUng and andmay ad admay andmay
may have hve burned bured away clues to 0 a murder murderThe muer muerThe murderThe
The shanty shnty was a frame frme building buldg built builton buit buiton builton
on mudsills mud818 and d was wal about 20 feet feetsquare feetsur feetsquare
square sur A partition prito divided divide the te building buildinginto buidig buidigIo buildinginto
into Io two rooms rms The front trnt room rm was wasused Wasusd wasused
used usd by a Mrs Delaney Dlaney as a hot frankfurter frankfurterrestaurant frnkfuter frnkfuterr8tumnt frankfurterrestaurant
restaurant r8tumnt The rear rr room rom was WI used ud by byMike byMike byMike
Mike Callahan Callh at one time tme a well wel known knownjockey k01 knownjockey
jockey joky and ad later lwr a trainer of racehorses racehorsesas robor roboras
as a crap crp and card cr room rom At times Calla Callahan Clla Cllahn Celiahen ¬
han hn slept in I this thl room roomA rm rmlttle roomA
A little lttle before 2 oclock oclok this tl morning morningpersons moring moringprons morningpersons
persons prons In nearby nearh saloons saloon heard head the te report reportof rport rportof
of an explosion explolon A moment later the te shanty shantywas hantyW
was W in flames fame After Atr the fire fr had ha been bn putout put putout I Iout
out it was found that the east elt wall wal had hadbeen hadbn hadbeen
been bn blown away by the explosion exploion and andCallahans ad adCalahane andCahlalrans
Callahans Calahane body boy burned burne almost almot beyond beyondrecognition beyondrcogniton beyondrecognition
recognition rcogniton was found under a I charred charredcrap charr charredcrap
caD crap table tnbloA tble tbleA
A few hours hour later some one tore tor the ruins ruinsaway r ruinsaway
away and a mans foot was 18 found protrud protruding protrdIng protrudtag ¬
ing beneath beneth a section seton of f the wall wal which whichhad whcb whcbhad whichhad
had been blown out by the explosion e ploon The Thotimbers Thetibr Thetimbers
timbers bn were pulled pule away and tho body by of ofa ofa ofa
a tibr boy of the name of Thomas Tbom Eagan E1 18 18years 18year ISyears
year years by old who has h been bn an exercising exerllg boy boyon by byon ioyon
on the racetracks ratrcs for several sovera years yers was waafound wasfound l
found The body by was only ny slightly slihty burned burnedand bure burnedand
and some surprise was WI expressed expro as I to how howtimbers howthe howthe
surpre
the by boy had b been kUe killed elno since Done of tire tbetmbr tiretimbers
tmbr timbers rested rt heavily heaviy on the body br Cor Coroner Coroner Coroner ¬
oner McCartys Mcaye autopsy autopY this thl afternoon afternoonnettled aftoon aftoonletle afternoonsettled
nettled tho question queton The Coroner foundlist found foundthat loundthat
letle that the lads nock was a broken Ho also alsohad alsohad alsohad
had bruises brle on ne the head he and neck nek The Thediscoveries Thedlscovrie Thediscoveries
dlscovrie discoveries started start an a Investigation Invetgaton and andthese IUIdthe andthese
these the e facts were wer brought out outCallahan outCalalul outCallahan
Callahan Calalul wan WI in I arrears ae for rent which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he had to produce prouc tomorrow tomorow morning morningShortly morningShorty morningShortly
Shorty Shortly before btfore midnight mdniht Callahan CalaD ap appeared apperd appeered ¬
peered In a saloon saon near ne the track and ex exhibited exhibie oxhibiteci ¬
hibie hibited considerable conlderahle money He said sid his hisluck hi hisluck
luck had changed chaned and ad he was W all al to t the thegood thegood
good Eagan it was learned Ned had hd shown shownind h01
goo 10 100 In Ea ImJ small bls hill5 o 00 Saturdy Saturday ateon ateonand afternoon afternoonand I
and remarked remrke that tht he had boatenthe btonthe races racesTraps rao racescrap
caps Traps and roulette roulete When We his hi body boy was wasiixamlned wa wasexamined
examine examined not a cant cnt was found fond although althoughhe Althoughthe
the he clothing clothlnl was W not burned bure He had hd been beeniround ben benaround beenaround
around Callahans Calahans place plac most mot of yenter yenterlay ytter ytterdy yesterday
and last None Nonejf Noneof
dy lay afternoon afwrnon early elylt evening
jf his hil friends saw him later lter than 8 oclock 8dockIn oclockn
In n the evening eveningCillahans nvenlngClahnl
Cillahans Clahnl record red was wa not of 0 the best bestL bt btLt beetLast
Lt Last L t year yer he was wa stabbed stbb In a fight fht with withils wth wthhis withii
his ii fatherinlaw fatheInlaw and ad he hl was W rather feared fearedMscause fearedbeu8e fearedecause
beu8e Mscause of his hi handiness hdl0 with wth a knlfo and andith andwih andwith
wih with ith ft I bottle bot t which hich was WI his hi favorite favorie weapon weaponn apon aponin
in n a fight fght The ± he police polc are ae still Itl at work ork on onho antho onhe
tho ho cane caneINDIANA ce ceIDU caseIVDI4XA
INDIANA IDU POPULISTS ARISE ARISEIK A RlE
0 Hg IK Slump of the Ue Bryan Democrats Ormoort Feared FearedIn
In the te Mining Mlntn Dlitrlcu DlitrlcuINDIANAPOLIS Oltret OltretININApLll DIII riots riotsINnIANApoTIB
INDIANAPOLIS ININApLll Aug it aLeadg 14Leading Leading Popu Popugts Iopu IopuUsta Populate
late gts and Free F Sliver Sivr Democrats Dmocrt in southsesutern south southwestern luth luthWr ¬
Wr western Indiana Indiaa have been bn holding holdg numer nuraerus numerOU numerrue
conferences for two weeks In effort efforto
OU > us conferenc to wek an elort elortto
to o form an organization orgnaton of the Bryan Blan Dam Demicracy Dm Dmorc Damicracy
orc icracy and it Is understood uderto that tht a con conention cn cnventon eonentlon
venton ention will w1 be b called oed to meet met in this thll city cityarly cityMly cityiariy
Mly arly In September Sptembr to take tke formal form action actionji
ji a new ne party partyInvestigations pary paryInyctlKaton partyInveatlgatiotus
Investigations InyctlKaton which wJ ch have he been In progress progressn progrel
in n the mining ming regions regios show Ihow that tot there ther will willje wi willJe
be je a big slump of Democrats Demota to the th Socialists Socialistsind Sllita Sllitaand
and with wih them will wl go many mn of the th oldtime oldtimeopullsts odtme odtmePopulsts oldtimeopuhiste
Populsts opullsts in the dUos cUM unless something lomethlg islone is islone Isdono
lone to head hea them off offJohn 01 offJohn
John Medert Mtder one of the thl old mlddleof mlddleofheroad mlddleof mlddleoftherod middleofhemad
therod heroad Popullsta Popullt has h just started Itae a paper papern
In n this city cty and It is I said that the venture venturei tmtur papr paprIn
II i hacked Iackl by money money which hch has hs come tme largely largelyroni lrgly largelyron
from ron th the rural rml districts dlirlcl whore wher Bryanism Bryanismook Branl m mtok
tok ook such luch a firm frm hold upon lpon the Democraticany Democratic Democratictarty DmorAto DmorAtopary
pary any and where whlr there ther has h been Jn little ll Ie enthu enthulasm enthullm enthulearn
learn llm over oVr the St Louis Ioul platform platorm and noml nomlices nomlne nomiroes
ne ices The nucleus of an organization has haseen haftbn haseen
nuceua orglAtlon
bn > een formed In Rome of tire cities ctlP of the thelatural thenaturl theratural
naturl latural gnu belt blt and the free fre silver slver men menrho mtn mtnwho mencho
who are ar gR at its 11 head believe heleve that tht there will willf wi
1 if > f a chance chnc to restore nltore tho party par organize organlzaion organI7ton
ton ion to the old leadership Ildorlhlp after the coming
lectionTheir oltcton lection lectionTheir cmg cmgoltcton
Their fear now Is that tht the Socialists Rlftts who wholave whohv whorSve
lave entered an aggressive campaign campaignrill
hv fnter upon ggh cmpnlKn cmpnlKnwi
wi nh rill draw drw many UJon votes ot from lrm the te dissatisfied dissatisfiedtomocratn dlMtlfed dlMtlfedDmot diuisatisflecj diuisatisflecjemocrats
Dmot tomocratn and it is I Intimated intmt that tht the theurpose tht therurpoes
urpose of the new organization or is to hold holduch holducb holdUCh
PUJ aton I
uch Democrats Dmrt to the t < party until utlt It returns returnsa rtur returnof
t a the t p principle cPIM of 0 the t pr Chicago C0 and Kansas
1 t
GAMBLER OAVBLER CUTS HOTEL MAN MANNew MAN MANNew MANNew
New York ork Excuralonliu EcuronU Terrorize TerrU Green Greenwood GreD Greenwood I I1od
wood 1od Lako Le People PeoplePATBMOtr PeoplePnBO PeoplePATansore
PATBMOtr PnBO N J Aug MIrving 14Ig Eats Katz
26 years yer old od of 229 2 East Et Seventieth Setotb street streetNew stt streetNew
New York Yor city cty was wa committed omlt to t jail ja here heratonight ber heretonight
tonight tonght charged chage with wit atrocious aroiou and ad trio felonious lelo trioaloes ¬
aloes nlo assault aut on n John Jh F Bonsai ROUl proprietor proprietorof prpretor prpretorof
of the Cooper Copr Hotel Hote at Greenwood Grwo d Lake LakeRousol Le LeRoua LakeRousal
Rousol Roua was wo slashed slahe by Katz Kz and a four fourInch fou fourinch
Inch cut extends etndlrm from his h left lef ey 0 eye to hU hUleft b hisleft
left lef ear earEatz e earKatz
Katz Ktz and ad four tou men accompanied ape the excur excursion eOl exourdon ¬
Bon don sion of the Twentysixth Tetl Assembly Ab DistrictRepublican District DistrictRepublican Detrd DetrdRepublc
Republican Republc Club to t the Greenwood Gro Lake Lakeglens Le Legle Lakeglen
glens gle this tbl morning mor They Theet Theywent went to t Bonsai Botuaisplace Bonsaiplace a apa
place pa as I soon In as they the got off ol the te train t and andstarted Id Idstae andstarted
stae started three t card monte mnt and ad weatboard aeb sweatboardgame weatboardgames
games gaO This T0 was objected objee to t by b the hotel hotelman hotelman o oml
man ml who wh forced lor the quintet quitt out ot of hi hiplace b his hisplace
place pla They The Theydld did dd not no leave Jee the t hotel h grounds groundshowever gd grumdahowever
however howOer and started st the games gae again againwithin a againwithin
within withi twentyfive twentyfve feet fet of f the te hotel bot door doorRousal dor dorRu doorRoueai
Rousal Ru protested Drt t again aa and ad the th fit 1 ft men menassaulted me menassaulted
assaulted aut him h Katz K trailed pe a ake sknlfeaIaahecj sknlfeaIaahecjBousal > knue la hed hedRousal
Rousal while the others kicked and andbeat andheat
Rou onoe oro on ce he te oth kc ad adb
beat b him h and ad warn w about abut to t stab Bt hmvfa b the thebreast t thabreast
breast bret when whe members meb of the te ohibtooka ohibtookahand obb took a ahd ahand
hotel hand hd grounds groundsttousai groud and ad chased c the he men me away a1 a from lr tb tbhotel U the thehotel
ttousai Roul was wa taken ten into It UM t hotel ho 80014 SC Sa Satime
time te afterward aterar Katz Kt who bo seemed set eeane4to > to be bewell b ot otexcursion
wel well known to the Ne ew y Yorker o Ci Ciexcrion the theexcursion
excursion excrion was wa caught cght by b T J Rlckcn Rlckcnan I Rickssan
an Erie Ere Railroad Rlo detective dett An A effort effortwas effostwas
was wa made mae by by Kt Kate Kates friends fe to t get eo him himaway h himaway
away from lrm the te detective detive but b with g the thehelp thehelp
help of special sia officers oto at a Oreenwood Gr t Lake LakeGlens le leGlen IgkeGloria t
Glens Glen he was Wi spirited spiit away and a brought broughtto b h
to Paterson Paron He was wo held hed awa1 by Jaatioe JU Ben Benjamin DI Banjarnin ¬
jamin jai proprietors propretrs Cohen injuries injuriesOther Ijure injuriesOther to t await awat the t result rl ofthe ofthehotel ofthehotelproprietors ftehot hotel hotelproprietors
Other Oter fights which J occurred among the thafor theexcursionists
fht t
e oao
excrlonlt excursionists made te the day one of t tror trorfor
for the summer smme mae boarders boer at a 000 the te different differentresorts de differantresorts
resorts relort The usual u Sunday Bnday crowds of offeminine offemllne offeminine
femllne feminine boating botig parties ple a were er cw broken brken up Tipand upand upand
and the women k Kept t close 010 to t the cottage oottagverandas cott cottageverandas
verandas verad and hotel hotl porches porchesPOLICE prC prCPOIICE ponchosPOLICE
POLICE SEEK A LETTER WRITER WRITERSome WRITERSonre
RTER RTERSome
Some One Onl If I Attempting ttmpUs t c Annoy o Paul PU O OFont CPotit
Font Fo1t by b Writing Wr Thing to t Bit D Friend FriendPaul Fed FviidPaul
Paul C Forat Fort an a architect ahtt and ad real naMtt realostata realostatadealer < eitata eitatadealer
dealer with It offices tc at 215 West Wet 125th mt street streetand st attestand
and ad living at 2208 20 Seventh Sevent avenue avu has hasasked b hasasked
Ike asked the te police plo of the West Wet 129th 12tl streetstation street streetstation st
station staton to try tr to find td the te thewriter writer rtr of several sovsralanonymous a aaonyoulettl severalanonymous
anonymous aonyoulettl letters which whch have hav beenwrlttMi beenwrlttMito bt
to t his hl friends frlnc One of the t letter letr was vra u re received I isceived ¬
clve ceived by Acting Actng Captain Captn Lisbon Lbi who fc fcin J isIn
in command comad of the station stationThe stationThe
stton sttonTho
The letters lettl are a typewritten tywttn on plainwhite plain plainand pl
whIt white paper In te the Jettr letter received b1 t th thpolice
polc police papr tht the wrtr wnitersays tt that Fort Forst r Is a ca criminal criminaland
and a man to le la1 avoided avoide It accuses ac him himof h himof
of a lot of other offences orenO too t silly siy for notice noticeestate noticeForst
FOlt Forst said lat last niht night that he cloed closed noo a real realestate
estate ftat deal a few days day ago ao on Seventh Seventhavenue Svnth SvnthaenU Seventhavenue ra
avenue and he believes bUOV a dealer deaer has h taken takenthis t takesthis
thl this method of expressing epring his hi feelings feelingsINVOLUNTARY feelnl feelnlIJVOLUNTARY feeUugsINVOLUNTARY
INVOLUNTARY IJVOLUNTARY BATH BATH FATAL FATALCnitomi FAA FAACUtom FATALCustoms
Customs CUtom Inspector lnpetor Fell F I Overboard Overbar L LDied sd sdflied
Died Pld of the thl th Shock ShockCharles MhoekCharles hockCh1
Charles Ch1 Edwards Ewar 62 6 yearn YIr old a custom customhouse otm otmhous custosshouse
house hous Inspector Inlptor living Uylnl at 715 Halsey street streetBrooklyn st etreotBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brkly started Ilare for work at the Union Unionstores Un Unionstores I IItOr
stores ItOr foot of Hamilton Hnmlion avenue a nul Brooklyn Brooklynat Brk
at midnight lost night nllht To o reach rnch his b post postof pt ptof postof
of duty Mr Edwnrds had to walk for a ablock ablOk ablock
blOk block long a ntringpiecft Irlnlple In doing doig to toho 1 sohe
he tripped und fell fplinto into the thl water waterNlgnt watr watrNiht waterNIght
trJt
NIght Niht Watchmen ntchmln John Mlley ley and Thomas ThomasFitzRTiild Tom ThomasFitzgnrtld
FitzRTiild Flzgmld heard hort his hil cri cri cries > and jumped in innfter I inafter
after Afer him They Thtr dragged dragje tho inspector InsPor jump to totho t tietho
tho dock and Kummonpd Hlrmone an a ambulance ambulanceDr abulano
Dr MichaelA of the th Long Island Illad College CollegeHospital Coleg t tHOpltnl I IHospital
Hospital who responded rllpndo found Edwards Edwardsdead Ewars Ewarsdend Edwardsdead
dead The Thl surgeon Ilrgon said 1111 that his death deathWBS deth dethWAR deathwas
WAR duo eul to heart hlnrt failure brought brolpht on by the theshock theslrock i iIhok
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