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Paekers Ullllnit IllInt ItIIn to Take Tke Back nrk Fo FoEmployees Forn FornI orlr orlrmploIIS
I Employees mploIIS as Fait t at B Place Plaot Can CanFound cn CanFoflflI De Deounl
Found and Leave lAue Other Othlr Matter MatterIMspute MattersIIpIItt Iattn In Inl
IMspute l putl to lie lt Nettled HettId by Arhltratl ArhltratlIIICAOO Arbitrton ArbitrtonrlcAOO ArhttrntICIJICMrn
IIICAOO rlcAOO Aug Aul U 1Important Important doveli doveliments dovelop
i ments mfnl are am expected rxpecte tomorrow In the m mstrike meat meatf mptrikt
f strike Most Iolt of tho principals prlncpal of tho pac paiIng pacI pack packInl
1 I Ilrkl Ing Inl firms frlR were out of town today whl whlmused whch whchlauRll whiCflUR1
mused a temporary halt In the peace peac neg negtlalions nrgo nrgoIlnllonR ne netlatIopi
lauRll tlalions hut it is II understood undestoo they will willresumed wi bo borUlpl
4 resumed tomorrow morning moring and that thatcnd t tend tho thon
end rUlpl n of the striko Itrlko may be b only a quest qutloX questof queton quetonl
l of hours hoursA hourI
t o A pppclnl Fppcal meeting mltng of the Allied Alied Trad Tradronferenon Tea Tearonfpnno Tra Tracnnfrrfflc
ronferenon ronfpnno board banl was wa held hlld today E Etails D rI
t tails of thn meeting mPtlng could Iould not be obtainc obtaincln obtaine
In 11 fnct tho lenders Ia ers denied such a meetli meetlibad metng metngtU11 meetiI
I bad tU11 taken lakln place plac It I Is I known know however howevithnt howeverthat howovthat
the how houfof houof howof
that messengers rfAn erA were wer sent nt to
of the Ih delegates drlplatrl and they were wer summon summonIn lummone lummoneto
In A conference Infprlnc this thl morning morningThe moring moringTh morningThr
The Th purpose plrpOf of the meeting mertng It Is I sal salwas lad ladWl sa sawa
was Wl wa to give pI n 1 committe comotr headed by pre Preident PIII PIIIlpnl predent
full to act in makli maklia
dent Donnelly Donnll ful power makig makiga
a lpnl settlement fltlrmlnt with wih tho packers The Thewas Thoro ThoroI ThrI
be division of opinion n nmoi nmoiIhn amotil
was a said aid to a dlvllon opll amon amonIhf
I Ihn Ihf til delegates Iplfpatf those thoo representing rpr entng trad tradwith trade tradewih tradwith
with wih only onl a few flw men on strike strke assertli assertlithey aertng aertngthl wwerttthey
they wpro wlra entitled fntiled to as 1 much consldcratli consldcratlias c01Ideraton c01Ideratonn
ih unions unionsThe unionThf unionsThe
as a the ow larger
n The Thf committee commitpo finally fnnly got jot the desin desinpower delred delredpowrr desirpoer
power it was WI Wa said Bid with wih the understand understandthnt undertanding undertandingrhnt understandiifhnt
thnt on the question of reinstatementtlw reinstatement i ithe al alt
the I hI strikers should be treated alike alke alikeznattr i imatter no no111r I
t matter 111r to which union they belonged belongedTin1 I
I Tin1 Th same Inlf emissary 111 ar of the packers packel wl wlis who whoI a al
is I said nlc nid to have beon htn carrying larrlng propoaltioi propoaltioiback propOltons propOltonshack propoeltiohack
hack and forth between hetwen tho two sidesthe sides sidesthe t
1 the dispute ni pute was W seen again closeted casptfd wl wlPresident with withPrpldnt wipresideflt
President Prpldnt Donnelly Donnely tonight tonight The latt lattrefused lattr lattrrpfu lattrefused
refused rpfu d to give any Information Inforation regardli regardlithe regardingth
the th negotiations negotlatonR and said nld ho was WI more mor ii iicreated in interft I Iterested
created terft < 1 in raising rising funds rund to continue contiue tl tlfight the theflht tifight
fight fightA flht flhtI
I A representative rprsentatvo of Swift A Co said saidI t tnight t
1 night that ho knew nothing definite defnit abcnegotlatiofla abc aboinegotiations abut abutnlgotltions
negotiations except exCpt that he understood understoodproposition undertoo understoodpropoeltion a apropilon
proposition propilon had come from rro the workmen workmtto workmento
to J Ogden Armour Arour and that the latter lattr hient hi hisent ha haAPnt
that It shou shoube should shouldh shoube
sent It back with wih a request rUEt
be addressed n drPAd to all al the packers packer Instead Insteadto Intad of ofto <
h himself Individually He said furthi furthithat furthithat
to Indhldualy sad furer furerthat
that If I that would lie done the packe packewould packewould em emwould
would In all al probability probabity hold a meoWtornorrmv meoW meetlrtomorrow metng metngtomorrow
it itThe ItThe itb
tomorrow tomorrow morning and ad act upon
b The basis blIR of settlement 6tlement is sold sd to be b the therll that thatI th thnil
I nil I the strikers will wi be b reinstated reintte as a fast fat fastpeslbe c cpossible 1 1possible
possible and that wages wage and ad working con coiditlong conditions co coditions
ditions will wi be b submitted ubmltte to arbltratloiThat arbltratiot arbltratiotThat abitraton abitratonThat
That was wnl the substance substac of the former agro agroment agremeflt
ment and the packers packer are sold Id to bo b willln willlnto wilng wilngto ag
they nc ncasked not notaske ncasked
to accept it again provided provide are
asked aske to discharge all al the men who hay havl hao haohlrr hayhired
l > een hired hlrr since sinc the strike began beganLess bgan bganLes beganLess
Less Les than 10 per cent cnt of the men hire hireduring hire hireduring
during tho strike are ar said sad to be b satlsfactoi satlsfactoito stlfactor stlfactorJ sat tat actor actorJ
J J to the packers packer and as 1 heavy heav shipments shipmentsstock shIpment < of ofI
I stock stok have been b held back for several 6veral wool weelthat weks weksthat woolthat
4 that will wi be b rushed rhe here as 1 soon as a a attlo attloment aeettli aeettliment ettl ettlment <
ment is made mlde It Is said that practically pmctcaly a athe al nthe
the thl men who desire d lr reinstatement will wi t ttaken be Itaken i itake
taken take back within two to weeks weeksPOLICE weeksPOLfCE ek8 ek8POUCE
Plain Talk Tlk of Entertainment Committee CommitteeDuty Commlteea Commlteeaf CommitteeDuty
f Duty DutyThe Out OutThe
1 The duties dutlel of tho entertainment entrinment con conmittee commite conrnitteo
mittee mite of the te striking strkig butchers and ad mei meicutters m mc mccutters t tcuUer
defined yesterday at the meel meelIng meeling
cutters cuUer were wer defed yeateray met metIn
Ing In of the Central Centrl Federated Federtd Union b bAlexander by byAllader bAlezazder
Alexander Allader Hilton Hitn a memberof membr or the striken strikenadvisory strker strkeradvir strikenadvisory
advisory advir board boardHilton br boardHilton
Hilton Hito began bgn by saying eying that tht the strike strikewere Itrkm Itrkmer striketwere
were er not losing losif ground grud and then explalne explalnethat explied expliedt1 explalneI
I t1 that the employers were er ero bringing brgig men i itugs i It
t tugs tU to Ix Iong Long > ng Island Llnd City where wher they tey pi pithem put putthem ptthem
them on the ferryboats ferbot for the Thirtjfourth Thirty ThlrtyfOlrh Thirtyfourth
fourth fOlrh street 8trt ferry rer here hereBut hereBut hereBut
But they wont get gt the men rn We wi wisee 11 wisee
see to that ho added Tho scabs sbs ar arafraid ar arafrl arafraid
afraid afrl < to come along because hcu they knoi knoithat kow kowtlM knothat
that tlM our entertainment ntArtalment committee comite is I o ohand on onband ohand
hand Our entertainment enteraiment committee committ i iready Is Isra Iready
ready ra v to make it warm wan for these thes damn dnninescabs dame
scabs 11 nnd will vl take tke care cr of them Now Nowwant Nowwant I Iant
1 want ant you to get Jet your our marine marno engineer engineerunion englem englemunion engineerUnion
union not to allow alow its Is members membm who work worlon workon won wonon
on the tugf tl that bring brng tee t P scabs Kbl uahor uahorto alhor alhorto
to haw anything to do with the thl scabs scabsJames srbl scabsJams I IJamf
James Jamf Daly Dal of the dock builders bulderd sail eshthat sailthat I Itht
that tht the thl law was WIS very ver strict ftrCt with wit regard rfard ti ticarrying to toCarJln t tcarrying
carrying CarJln passengers p I in tugboats tu bta and in inflirted I inflkted
flirted fltrr a fine tm of 5 > on tho owner ower for ever everpncsenger evr evrts everPar51nger
pncsenger ts n er carried Dry Dhl then declarer declarecthnt declrd declrdthlt declarerthat
that the th union uion men oould oou le help along b brefusing by byrfu brefulng
refusing rfu to pat anything anthlnp but union uion meat meatM m meatl at atI
M 1 l B Dolphin Dolphll delegate delejatl of the CornmerclaTelegrnphers Cornmercla C01merll C01merllI
I 4 11 I Telegraphers TplegrAIJhel Union Uliool declared decar that tht he nai naivery aapr aa
very pr much mich shocked hokc the other night by bjnoting byefLng
I noting 11 m a mat m1 wagon wa on going along Nossai Nossaistreet NalU NalUAI NnssatstlTet
street AI It where whpI there ther were wef rio no strikers strkpm ir irtight i iniglit
tight AI ht guarded julflld by two policemen plCmen riding rldlnf ir inthe irtht I
I the th Wagon wa ol with wih one mounted moultd policeman policemanfollowing plcra policermuimnllowtrig
i following folowug behind bhid Ho Bald Id it was an out outrace outrle outrage
rageThen race
raceThen rle Then Police Commissioner McAdoo wai waidenounced WI wadennuncecl
denounced dnolmCe POICA for sending fndln so many police policem polce polcemn policernn
mn m n to prevent tho entertainment nleranment com committee comf comrnlttee
f mittee from working its Il will w Capt Lantrj Lantrjof ratr
I of mtf the East Fiftyfirst Flfflt street stnt station alsc alsccame als alsccame
came In for a share shar of abuse abuseA
clme to find out outby outb outby
I A committee commltP was appointed appolntP tnd
by b what right rght the Police polc Department Dpartment took tookeharco tok tokChargf tookrliarge
eharco Chargf of thA business bllnp of the Schwnrzschlld SchwnrzschlldSiiuherger Shwalhld Shwalhldt Schwarzaehlldk
k companies companiesMost complnlp companiesMost t Siiuherger SIII7hrpr and the United Unite Dressed DrB Beet Beelcompanies Bf Bfcomplnlp Beetcompanies
Most Iot of the 3000 30 3ooounjonbiitcheraandment 3ooounjonbiitcheraandmenthandlers union butchers butchol and ad meat menthandlers meathandllr
handlers handllr who are al on strike went ent to Celtic CelticPark CelticParkTMng Celtc CeltcPark
Park ParkTMng Ixing Island Illnn Ielandcltyvesterday City It vesterday VPtorday to t attend attendthe atond atondthpplCnlc attendthe
the thpplCnlc picnic of the th Wool Wol Pullers Plel Association Associationand Aolaton Aolatonami
and thoso thoA who remained Imalned In ManhattanS1 Manhattan Manhattanrrarle Manhatan Manhatanra
S1 Wade ra p no trouble trol hI for or the police polc who are areguarding lr areI
house district along alongFirst alongfllt alongtirat
I guarding glarrln the thl slaughter slalhter ditrct
First fllt avpniie 1pnl The Thl keeping of the peacewn peace peacewns
wns wn ns helped by the th fact fat that all al work ork in pac the thepacing thernnkn theraoklng
pacing helpd houses how wan suspended sUpnded soon after afterRun atr atrt aftersunrko
Run sunn sunnPrflrrnt sunrko sunrkoPresident rise risePresident
t President Prflrrnt Isaac Blumenthal Humenthal of tho United UnitedDressed Unlt UnitedDrpsRed
Dressed Drfffc Beef Jf Company Comp ny said lald that he had hadhf hadhar hadbrand
hf brand ard nothing of the negotiations negotaton a said saidto saidto saidto
to have hnyl been entered entfld into by b the packers packersand pack packersand em eman
and an strikers si I rlkll nlkera in Chicago hlago Work here herehe ho ne said saidwmiH salr saidwonil
wmiH 0111 continue under conditions condltona practically practicallynormal practlaly practlalynorRI practicallynormal
normal normalUnion normalUnion
t norRI Union men are Bf being bing brought on from fromto rromtht fromthe
tht the Wst cs In Iqua squads of twenty and thiry thiryto thirty thirtyto
to take tnk the thf places plMf of tho striKers trkel and theprolongation the theprolongation theprolonpaton
prolongation of the strike strke he declared declaredwould declard declardould declaredwoulil
would prolonpaton ould not inconvenience 1II0nvpnllnc the public publicOHAD publo publoGRAD publicGItAVD
loooo 100 Men Ien Already In Boston for theAnnual the theAnnual theI
Annual Encampment EncampmentBOSTON Encmpmlnt EncmpmlntnORTON EncampmentAug
I BOSTON Aug Au 11 HThrufhout 14Throughout Throughout the day daythe daytht daythe
the tht Grand Ornd mnrl Army Ar veterans terns have hav been bn com coming cm cmIn coming ¬
ing In to Boston Bston by special spcil trains tris from frm all allparts al allparts
parts pr of the country cuntr It was wal estimated fltlt at atdepartment atCtetbartmpnt atdpprmfnt
department dpprmfnt headquarter htadquarr tonight tnight that tht thatIOf
10001 IOf exttoldtcrs Xoldlol were wer hi tho city and ad nine ninen nie niemor
te n more mor trains trlnl loaded lodr with them are ar duohere duohf duo duehen
here hf during rlrlnl the night nightCommanderlnChlef nightommanrf nightommanderinChief
CommanderlnChlef ommanrf rlnChlr Black Back arrived nrvd dunleg dur during duril ¬
leg il thn afternoon aftlmon Some Smo of tho Ancients AncientsI
I I nrtl British h Iusllmi Fusiliers ad and 1pml several cmpnlld cmpnlldof companies
0 of Stat militia mlli waited wlld three thl hours nt thentitli the theKouth thoolih
Kouth olih ntitli Station Htnton this thl afternoon aftron to t receive reoolvothe rolvo rolvoIh receivethe
the Ih Indiana JnrlRna delegation dolcgtlon and when tho train trainfiimlly tri trainfluraily
fiimlly 1111 cnme Cime In there ther was quite quit a street streetpnrflde strt strtpradf streetparade
parade pnrfldeMost pradf paradeMast
Most of the veterans vternl wore or tired tr fr frm frmthlr frm frmtheir m mtheir
their long lonl trips tr In I the caw cl and ad thoy turned turnedIn tumld tumldIn
In early About 4but two thousand thould men havo havoalnvidy havoallldy
3 alnvidy been bn quartered QUrnd in the MechanicsBuIlding Mechanics MechanicsBuilding Mlchanlcs MlchanlcsBli
Building Bli lg where wtr comfortable cmforablo sleeping splg ar arrnrgnments arrnrImrnts anrnrgnnrents
rnrgnments rnrImrnts have been bn made mde At head headqiuirlers hBdqllrfr headlVirters
qiuirlers qllrfr 3MX 3r men had hd registered rglltrd up to t 8 8o 8odoek 8I
o odoek I clock tonight and anr after aftlr being big assigned assignedto allgcd allgcdt
to t rooms rCms the thealdH aides piloted Illot them th m thereThe there ther themTh
The Tht Th city cty was wal jonmud jal with wit people Vpl todaythediatnicta today todayromthe tdy tdyte
romthe te thediatnicta rural rJll dtatrioU dltcJt all al eager egr to t Bee
Charleston CarlltD Man Iln Collapses ClaEea In Hotel Dotlmel Dotlmelto HotelCon HotelConto Cotn Cotnto
to Life Ire After Attr Dody Wai Removed RemovedThomas RemoTt flemoedThonuut
Thomas Thol McIntosh McIntoh 40 0 years old a 1 ftc flodealer four fourdealer ftcdealer
dealer of Charleston Chrl tn S C collapsed collapsedthe clapae in inthA
the reading reding room rom of Smith Smih A MoNel MoNelHotel MoNels MoNelsHot1 McNelHotel
Hotel early last lat evening evenig He le was stan staning stnd stndin starhut
hut in near nor a table when ho staggered stggered at atfell and andfel a afell
fell fel to the floor floorDr noorDr floorDr
Dr Cantwell Cantwel the houso physician phyicn pr prnounced pro pronounc pinouncod
nounced nounc tho man ma deed dlud Manager Wadd Waddhad Waddel Waddbad
bad the body boy removed to a private roc rocto room roomto rocto
to await tho action of tho Coroner CoronerThe CoronerThe CoronerThe
The body acton had no sooner sonor been carrl carrlinto crrie earn earnInto
into Ito this thl room rom by two colored clorpd porters thi thithey than thanthey ththey
they came rme running rnning out and said tho m mluid mn mnbad rahad
hurrli hurrlito hurried hurriedt hurrito
bad come cme to life Dr Cantwel
to t the room rom and found the man mn gaspli gasplifor gapi gaspifor
for breath Ho le went ent to work on him a asoon BI BIsoon and andson
soon son the man was WA breathing brlathlg regular regularalthough rpRularlyalhoufh regularalthough
although alhoufh he did not regain refaln consciousna consciousnaA CMcousnes CMcousnesA
A hurry hury call 01 wan Wi sent to the Hudson Hudon stre strehospital srelt srelthOpltal BtrEhospital
hospital and Dr Stone responded refponde 1 1thought He Hethought I Ithought
thought the man mn was a Buffering RUferlng from coma comaJust cma cmaJuat comaJust
Just then L M S Klingenberg Klnfenberg and H HGermaol HD HDGermel HGermaol
Germaol Germel registered reltrod at the hotel fro froCharleston fom fomCharleton frcCharleston
Charleston Charleton S C Theyidenttfled Thoy identified the mantheir man mantheir a atholr
their townsman tOWmn and said ho was WI a we wetodo wel wetodo
todo citizen citzen although altholgh they had heard th thhe that thathe thhe
he was WI addicted addcto to the use e of opium at atmorphine and andmorhine aimorphine
morphine morphineMclntoah morhine morphineMclntnah
Mclntoah was wa taken to the Hudson Hudlon strehospital stre strehospital stlet stlethopial
hospital hopial At midnight ho was wa a still sti ui uiconscious un uncncoua u uconscious
conscious consciousFAMOUS consciousFAMOUS
cncoua cncouaFA10US
Chief Ctlf Plurote Pllrotl otlhePuebo of the Pueblo Plrblo Tlmuas Tlluas Till TrtlPasses Tbe TbePura TillPasses
Passes Pura Away Awa In Texas TexasYsLBTATex TrulYIETA TexasYSLBIATexAUg
YsLBTATex YIETA YSLBIATexAUg Tex Aug AuglThls 14 14This This little IUe India Indlitown Indin Indiatown
town twn which hch according acording to Spanish Slanih recon recouis rcord recon1k
is I 1k the oldest oldet settlement 6tlement in the United Stati Statiis Stales StatrIs
is in mourning over OVlr the death dlath of BictoriaPlarote Bictoria DlctorlanoPlarot BictoriaiPiarotu
Plarote Plarot chief chl f of the Pueblo Peblo Tlmuas Tlmul Indli Indlitribe Indian Indiantrbe mdiitribe
tribe trbe Chief Plarote Pia rote was 85 8 8 yearn al old I Iwa He HeWI IwaJ
wa WI born hew he her and had lived lved hero h ro all al Ii Iilife I Ilife hl
life le
lifeIn In former days du ho was wa the most mot Infli Infliential Innl Innlentaland infiential
entaland ential and celebrated clbratd Indian In the Soutwest Sout SouthMt Soutwest
west Mt He was WI known to all al frontier tra traellers tray trayeler traeliots
ellers eler Ho had a great grat fund of interestli interestittraditions interestlitraditions Intrtng Intrtngtraditons
traditions traditons relating rlatng to tho early earl history historyhis hitory historyhis of ofhi
hi his tribe trb which he b handed haded down to hl I Ichildren r rchildren
children chidrn His Hi son Tom George Piarot
chief of tl tlremnant the thernat tiremnant
0 00 years year old succeeds succed him as 1
rnat remnant tribe The funeral funerl of the la lachief late lateehlof Iachief
chief took tk place plac lost Int evening and was wa i iImposing an anipoig timposing
Imposing affair affairMORE affairMORE
ipoig nar narllORE
MORE llORE QUIT AT 41 IDLE HOUR HOUReven Ioun IounElenD hOuREleven
Eleven even Electricians EllctrelaTI Called Cned Out OutMay May Ia Del DelYanderbtlt Dlay DlayYandrrbtt DcliVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Yandrrbtt housewarmIng lloiuewarmlncSATVILIB 101lwarmlne 101lwarmlneSAYILB housewarmIngSarviwii
SATVILIB SAYILB L I Aug 14Following 14 aFolowlf Following tl tlilllng the theclig tialling
clig illlng out of the carpenters orpntm and piasters piastersrom plRterm plRtermfrm plasterermm
frm rmm rom Idle Hour cloven electricians elpctrlclns we weesterdny er erystray e eesterday
esterdny called clId off of the work on tl tlmlldlng tho thobuidig tibuilding
ystray buidig building They left kft last 118t night for Ne Neork Noork ew ewYork
York ork city cityA cty ctyA
A railroad rird flat fat carat cr ear at thnOakdale the Oakdale statlo statlorhlch stat taton tatonwhich
which is i loaded loded with wit eight columns columnsaarble clumna columnsmarble of ofmrble
mrble marble is breaking braking in I the middle undhe und uncer uncerthe uncithe
the he strain stri There Ther Is no one aie to unload unld t tMr the thecr ti tir tiMr
cr crMr Mr r and Mrs trs Vanderbilt Vanderbit who are ar abrojv abrojvlad ahrod ahrodbad abronhad
lad planned plnned an elaborate elborate houKewarmir houKewarmiror houfwarlnf
ron or October Octobr but it is I believed blev < that thlt tl tltrike the thestrke Urtrike
strke trike troubles truble A will wi cause rUI a 1 postponement postponementOLICE p postponementPOLICE tpnement tpnementPOLIE
MaD Ian Whos bol Now owlnHeIievue In Hcllcvue lnue Told of ofImaginary aD aDImalnary a aInialtuary
Imaginary Imalnary One In The Bronx IlronxA lronx lronxA
A man ma describing dtcrblng himself as I John OCoror OCor OConnor
nor or a truck trck driver drver drlvor28yoas 28 2 years yer old living lving a at at1M
1M 88 East Et 128th 12th street stret caused cuse the police polc policeitart t ttart to tostrt
strt tart on a 1 long fruitless frltlC search yosterda yosterdaftemoon yterdayafteron ycerterdaifternoon
afteron ftemoon by reporting reportig to Police Polc headiuaters Head Headuartere Iead IeadQuamtt
Quamtt iuaters uartere that he had hd probably prbbly killed killedian kie killednan a aman
man manTo ian ianTo To Policeman Polca Blnnlngs Bllgs of the Mulberr Mulberrtreet Mulberrtreet ulbrr ulbrrstret
stret treet station stton who was WI first frt assigned Ilne assignedho t the to tothe
the he case cae he said that at 2 oclock ocok he ha haUled had hadkie haUled
kie Uled Frank Fr Schofleld Schofeld also al o a truck trck drive driveho drver drverwbo driveirho
wbo ho lived lve at 405 49 East Et 135th 1Sth street strt OConnoeclared OConno OConnordelare OConncLeclared
delare eclared that after a quarrel Quarl he and ad Schoficl Schofieliad Schoficlad Schofeld Schofeldhad
had ad agreed to settle sette the matter maier by a due duehey duelThey duehey
They hey agee had gone to 157th street stret and Morn Morrivenue Morl Mornvenue
venue in I The Bronx where he had she shoichofleld shot shotSchofeld shechofield
Schofeld ichofleld H I Re wasnt want sure that he hai haiUled pad padkie iai iaiflied
kie flied the man m as a he had ha hurried huried awn awaj away awayt
t j surrender surder to the police polc at Headquarters HeadquartersBlnnlngs HeadQuartel HeadciuartorBinninga
Blnnlngs Bllns doubted the mans manl sanity am amook and andtook aceook
ook him to Bellevue Bllevue Hero OUonnoaried OUonno Oconnorvaie Oconnoaried
vaie aried his hi story stor slightly slity saying that tht he hai haihot had hadshot haihot
shot hot in selfdefence selfenc after ater a sudden sdden quarre guarrewhich quarrewhich Quarrel Quarreli
i which Schofleld Schofeld had hd attacked ataked him witl witlae wth wthtbe witibe
tbe be ae spoke soke of a wheel wheelThe whel wheelThe
The location lOtlon of the shooting shootn he main mainalnedras malntalned maininedwas
talned alnedras wa at 157th street and andlorr1 Morris av Ivr Ivrnue ave aveuB v vue
nue ue There Is I I no such sch Intersection itrection as I 15711 15711treet 157h 157hItret 157t1reet
side of Bailroac Bailroacvenue flailroacvenueandMorria i iavenue
Itret treet ends ond at the thl eastern 1U Riroad
is tho othei otheiide othersldo otheide
venue venueandMorria and Morris Morl avenue I on
sldo ide of tho New York and Harlem H rlem RailDILd Rail Railnad Rai
nad tracks Nothing was known knwn olConnor of ofoConnor ofConnor
roa oConnor Connor or Schofiold Schofo11 at cither of the ad adresses addrMl adresses
drMl resses he hI gavo and diligent dlgpnt search seach failec fniiecdisclose failecdisclose fllpd fllpdto
to > disclose dlclOe any such sch shooting shootig in the cbs disict di cbslet
trlct trlctOConnor let
ictOConnor OConnor after examination examinaton by Dr Drregory DrOregory Drregory
Oregory regory was wa detained in the prison prlon ware waret ward wardat warcBellevue
at t Bellevue BellevueirOVT Belee BeleeO BellevueWONT
Colordo olorado JndCI Judge says He 11 WI Will Wi Never Nevr Im Impose 1mPII impose
pose PII the Death Dlath Penalty PenaltyDBNTEB Ptnal PtnalDBNR PenaltyDavxn
DBNTEB DBNR Col Aug 14 HJohn John I Mulltna Mulltnaemocratlo Mulbusemocratlo Mulns MulnsDmomto
Dmomto emocratlo national natonal committeeman commlttman am amudge and andJudge andidge I
Judge udge of tho State District Ditrlct Court Cor here hereado her hermade hereode I
made ado this thi declaration delaraton yesterday etray from th thnch the thebench theinch i
bench benchIn inch inchIn nchIn
In private prhat life Ilo I never was WI a party pay t tte to tote toe
te te e killing kilng of a man ma or a human being beingshall bing bingI beingshall
I shall shal never be 0 a judicial party to t such Iuch i iilllng a akiing afling
kiing illlng The State Stt has no right to take i iTe a ale
le Te 0 Capital Cnpltl punishment punlhment In Colorado hat hatat ha hanot haMt
not at t deterred dtterd the commission 10mmIsion of crime crimeurdem crmo crmoMurol crimeurders i
Murol urdem have Increased IncrPMld Influential Infurmtll per perms perlons peras ¬ i
lons ms escape ecap the gallows gallowsA galowR galowRA
A man having no right rlpht to t take tko his hl own ownn ownIla I
Ila n surely urly the State Stt cannot Iannot take tko that life Ufaom lfe lfefrom lifeDin
law I will willas wijIas
from om him under undlr the guise of the wl
do > as my conscience conlclenco prompts prompl mn in thissUer this thisatter thl thlmattr
atter I am a opposed cd to capital capltll punish punUhent punl punishent h hment
mattr ment ent While Whie a oJP Judge of the District D trct Court Courtshall CourtI Courtshall
I shall never impose ImpOo such a penalty naltJ upon upondefendant upona upondefendant
a Ihal defendant If a person pefon is I found guilty guiltymurder guity guityof guiltymurder
of murder In the first frt degree dp lo and nd the Ih jury jurytea juryfxN juryes
tea es the penalty at death dlath I shall shal disregard disregardittt dlsrrf rd rdth
fxN th ittt t verdict te verdit pnalty if I need nPd be Tho State Stte does doesit dO dOnot doesit
not it give life Ifo Jt i cannot tko life ll It is I con conory contrar conany
trar any to t reason rMon and contrary contrry to morals moraIsThe moralsThe moril morilTe
The Te Weather Weatherie Wlathlr WlathlrTe
Te The ie falfh pressure prtur area which wblcl sprrad alone aion the thedctle Ihemiddle thedrtle
middle dctle Atlantic Alllo cout Cli on Saturday alurda pushed on one 01 oTTrout
11 e rout rMI yuterday raleray and ad permitted priled the low prrsre prrs presaure prrsre
aure re from frm the Lk Lkea Lakes to drop drp down Into Inl this 111 sectIon acctlond elon elonand
and d five heavy beaV raIn rin on the coast cul lint lie Un from frm 1 Uela Uelawar tI tIire U Uire
war ire to Maine Mane The Te rain fell ftl principally pnclpaly In Int InIhe
Ihe t r morning U WM M fair In about all Al other parts partsthe pra praof partsthe
of the country counln The temperature Itmpuatlr wu WI higher In Inthe Inal Inthe
al the States except ctpl theNorthwrit the Norlbwt1 and the Central Centralicky Cnlr Centrleky l lRock
Rock icky Mountain 1ountaln dlMrlcts dllrct where It I WM ws slightly slightlyoler sftehttyDIet Ilglly Ilgllyrler
rler DIet Light Llth winds shInier from southwest oulhe 1 to toutheait 108ulhtMI toitheest
8ulhtMI utheait prevailed prvaltd on the coiut coiutIn tOMIIn Co5strn
In this tll clt city ti the day wascloudy ru atoud cloud with wll heavy heavyowers htM htMho heavywers
ho owers In the morning fair In the afternoon afternooninner ahmon ahmonwarer attemonnrmer
warer inner Mrnt Irht southerly Suthtrly wind wnd average humidity humidityper hmldl hmldlAI
AI per cent barometer barmeler corrected crrtcltd to read to sea seact ea eael ea eaAlI
el at AlI M A M A MSS 8 3 P M 1 1975 1975The 27 27The 21I7 21I7rhe
The temperature Itmptrlure yesterday krA M s recorded retore by b the theidal theomela theilal
omela idal thermometer Ibermomeer b ahjwn abuw In the Ile annexed annexedile anue
Uhle ile It
1004 lD 1009 103 IBM I 1003AM lens 10 lens54
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117 The he blgbeit temperature lemprature w to at 4 P M UsniNdTOX MARuorOI Manworos
For or New Knglnni En lan ian4 ant eastern alern New York 101 fair fairta faIr10da tatelaw
10da ta law ihowrt hw fomorroir tomorroU to vnorrow freah rein rul wit wl Hindi Hindior trlndaor in
For or the District DllrlcI of Columbia Clumbla eastern Prnnsyl Prnnsylila PmnsIvanIa prnnsIlift
vanIa lift New Nt Jersey Jere Delaware and Maryland aolad fair fairday fairla faira
la day a abowcra sbowes tomorrow Imorrow fresh freb winds becomlni becomlnitable becmlnr becmlnrashle beconrIntahle
ashle ashleFr table tahleor tablebr
Fr br or western Ie Pennsylvula and ad western Iern New Kewrk Newk e efork
fork rk k fair ar today 1a showers bwer tomorrow lmorw mow mesh rh south aoutbtune south12nWwtwlnda I
tune 12nWwtwlnda r to 1 wot el wind wd
It holds 1011 That Tat the Unions Have 11 No HI HIto Dllht Dllhtto Itli Itlito
to Demand That Tat an Employer SIEmploy SI Shal StEmploy
Employ Union Men Ipn Only onlyTl OnlyThe The Inju Injutlon InJuc InJucton izijulion
lion ton Against Picketing Phketnl II Sustain SustainIn 80lnld 80lnldIn
In a decision dollon handed hnde down a few di diago dys dysago chago
ago by tho Appellate Appllte Court Cour of Illinois Illinoisthe Ilnoi IllinoIsthe In Inthe
the case ce of the Kellogg Kelogg Switchboard Switchb SwlthbQrd ard Co Copony Copany Com ComPMY
pony the court curt dealt dalt a severe blow at at t tclosed the thecoed I Iclosed
closed coed shop and incidentally Inoldentaly at tho Ar ArInjunction At ArInjunction
Injunction bill bi which Is I before befor Congre CongreThe Congr CongreThe
The Kellogg KoloRg Switchboard Switchbord case C Is I one onethose onethose or orthos
those thos about which the AntlInjunctl AntlInjunctlbill AtIJuncion AtIJuncionh1
revolves It of the prlnd prlndsources princisources
bill h1 revolve being big one prcpal prcpallourC
sources lourC of complaint omplint of the labor lbr unic unicagainst uon uonBgant urthagainst i
against Bgant the use 1 of tho Federal Feeral injunctionlabor Injunction Injunctionlabor Injuncion I
labor lhor disputes dlsput that tht by its application applicationthe appUcton in inthe
the case CO of the Switchboard slohboa oompan oompanstrike ompays ompaysstrike oompanstrike
strike they were prevented prent from wlnnl wlnnlthe winning winningtho winnithe
the strike strikeThe strke strkeTho strikeThe
The American Amorlrn AntiBoycott AntDoyctt AMociatltook Assoclatl Assoclatltook AMoton AMotontok
took tok up the case ce of the Kellogg Kelogg compat compatwhich ompny ompnywhich oompaiwhIch
which was one of Its Il members mcmbpr when t tnonunion tho thononunion I Inonunion
nonunion employees employec of tho compo compowore cmpany cmpanywero compawere
wore being beaten almost almOt to death a aharassed and andhrMed aharassed
hrMed harassed In every possible Jlhll manner by t tstrikers the thestrkr1 Istrikers
strkr1 strikers and their sympathizers The cc cchas c chas
h has now been ben passed pasl upon by the AppelU AppelUCourt Appellte AppellteCour AppelliCourt
Cour Court of Illinois Ilnoi and tho AntilloyoAssociation AntlBoyci AntlBoyciAssociation AntBoyctt AntBoycttAIsoclatlon
Association AIsoclatlon has hs announced announcd that tht It v vfight wi vfight
fght fight It through tho Supreme Suprmo Court of t tUnited the theUnll I IUnited
Unll United States Slatc If necessary ne fr where whel a verd verdagainst verdict verdictagalnKt vordagainst
against tho unions IH II expected expectedTho eJ eectedThe cted ctedhe
The he question < at Issue won W brought brolght abcby abc abcby about aboutby
by the demand demnd of the unions unlonl that the coi coipnny cm cmpany copony
pony should RhOlid execute cJrclto nn agreement agrmnt tl tlnone HUt HUtnone tlnone
none but regular rgular members rembel of tho unlo unloshould unlon unicdiould
should holid be b employed together togethCr with regul regullions 11111 11111tloni regu reguIion
lions providing for the exercise eXlrcRe by b t tunions tho thounlon Iunions
unions of authority au oriy ority to enforce enforc the agrc agrctnent ag agIlnt agiiwiit
Ilnt tnent The Kellogg telogg company 11lny refused refusedsign rrus ref usd usdtign > d to I Isign
sign u strike was WIS declared decaf d and Ind tho facto factowas factowas fa tory toryWI
WI was picketed Although a large Ilrge numb numbDf nunhr nunhrof niinilDf
Df men peeking foklng work at tho thl th Kellogg Kelogg coi coinanys cm cmpns cciponys
nanys factory factor were seriously frlouily beatt beatto be btmto ten
pns 10 o that the casualties cluBltes almost nlmOt made a reco recooven record recordovon rocooven
oven for Chicago ChlClo when nn Injunction Injunctiivns InjunctionwaR
waR obtained and a 1 number numbr of the office officewore ofcrs ofcrsere officewere
wore ere fined fnd and two of them ordered to toimprisoned toimprisoned bo boImprsone
Imprsone imprisoned tho union set st tip IP tho cIa clolhnt claim claimthat cIahat
that tho men engaged onjafl > 1 in picketing pleketng on onised only onlyused orised
ised peaceable pCahle means melnsperullon melnsperullonDeflated meansponiuaaion meansponiuaaionDefeated persuasion persuasionDefeated
Defeated Deflated in the lo iolvor oyor or court the unio uniojppenled unions unionsappld uniotppenled
appld jppenled and tho Appellate Appelate Court lout h hlow I Itow
no low sustained slKtnlnd tho Injunction InJlnctlon unanimous unanimousIt ly lyIt
It It t doing doln so the court takes occasion occasioniota ocBlon occasionoto to tonote
iota that the unions sought to come comeho compel compelthe corn cornhe
the ho complainant to execute a I contract contractlures contractitiress In Indurs
lures > and that duress durell exists eJIst8 when whenerson alienerSOn a aplon
plon erson Is induced Indlc > 1 to perform prror an activoid act netivoid to toavoid
calar calarty clamIty calarty
ivoid n 1 threatened threatln l and impending
Ity ty Not only onl that thlt but the court vigorous vigorousoints vl vigoroutolnts orolKly orolKlypolnt
polnt > oints out Olt that especially etpecalr was the pu puodu I Pulose ur urpOre
pOre lose > to compel corp1 complainant to execu execuho eJeClle eJeCllethe execliho
the ho agreement ngrnwnt in ciuention an unlawf unlawfnirpose unllwful unllwfulpurpOe unlawfurpose
purpOe nirpose Article ATtic I of the ugreemo ugreemoUrikes l ugreemeitrikes nement nementtrike
Urikes at the right of contract contrct and pr prides pro provides prides
ides that complainant shall Ihal employ noi noimt none nonehut noitit
hut mt persona > of thu several Kerl unions th thUacriinlnatlng thus thusdirnlnatlng thilserirninating
dirnlnatlng Uacriinlnatlng in favor of one cluss cuK of nn nnmd t nitnd n nand
md excluding eJcludlng all 11 others otluJrl Thu contolds con conlolds cOlrt cOlrtholds
holds that an employer erplo r whose who e workmlave workm workmen workmenhuye workrnirave <
huye lave left lef him 1dm and gone on u strike jJr jJrtlcularl pa paiculnrly on oniculnrly
tlcularl iculnrly when they tl t have lao done so wltho wlthomy wihout wihoutIn attiomy
my justifiable cause is entitled entiled to coi coiract con contrct ccract
In jUKllfahlo
ract with othor laborers laborer or workmen workmenill to
trct ill th the lie places plaeU of those thoio who have left hli hliIny him himAn hlitriy
An Iny workman seeking stklng work has ha a right rightnnke rIghtnake to tomake
make a contract with such employer emplotr employeryork i ivork to towork
work for him In the place of any anyone one onehe onehe of oftho
tho he men who havo left him to go out outL c ci on ona
a i L strike strikeTho strikeho strikeThe
The ho opinion holds that It has 11 been bn w waid wel we weaid
sld aid that the privilege prviege of contracting contractingloth contmctng Is Ishoth
loth n liberty and a property proprty right rghtlhery rghtlheryIncudlR liberl liberlticludlng liberlricluding
ticludlng the right to make and ad enfori enforiontracts enforiontracts
IncudlR cntrct ontracts because beaut this mae right rght is i include includei
In i i the right rgbt to acquire acquir property propry Liberl Libery LiberyIs
the labon labonnd laborind
Is 9 property prop and to deprive lborer lborerand
and nd the ry employer omplo r of this thll right rght to con colract coiract contract
ract Is I i a violation of the Constitution Constitutionhe Conttuton of ofthe < ihe
the he State of Illinois IllinoisIt
It Is further furher held that It Is equally Cualy a violi violiion vlolaton rioliion
ion I of the Fifth and Fourteenth ameni ameninents amend amendments amencrients
nents ton of the Constitution ConRtltuton of tho Unite Uniteitates Unlttd Unitetales
tales The Thl Thoagroomentin agreement apnment in question queston woulc woulcf wOlld wOlldI
f executM tend to create creat a monopoly i iavor In Infaor Iavor
I faor avor Ixeutl of the members membprA of tho different dlfernt union unionnd unionsand unionnd
and nd Is l in this respect rspet unlawful unllwful Con Corracts Conracts
trctl racts tending tnding to create creat a monopoly at atold are areold atold
old oldThe oldThe
oldThe The significance RI nlfCanc of this decision delRlon slionl slionlbo Ihould IhouldI ahoiiiho
bo 11 upheld by h the Supreme Suprlle Court Cour of th thTnited tirrnitel the theUnlwd
Tnited I States Stltl is II one which appeals appealsery t tvery to toeer
employer and every workman I Ino In Inthe IIn
very ery Imploer
eer the no United Unl < 1 States 1ttR union or nonunior nonuniort nonunlonI
t Is il in effect that where agreements almentA ar arntered aro aronterfd arriterecl
I nterfd ntered Into fpct bv b employers emplorr and labor union unioni unionsto unionthe
to i the th effect that none but union workme workmehall workmnIhal warkmeho
hall be efrt employed ImploYld a 1 monopoly of laboi labo laborIn
Ihal In i thnt particular instance Intanc is 1 thus create createhioh crfatr ereatcihieli
hioh hl h Is II unlawful and contracts contrrtl tendini tendinithis tendlnf tenriinI
to I this Ihll < end nd are void ol Thousands ThouMnrA of bus busPBBPS l1RI l1RInlSRpR busrssPs
PBBPS aro now conducted on this thl plan planhe planTh planhi
Th nlSRpR he hi meat rfBt strike Itrlko was WIA prolonged prolon 1 nirnpl nirnplir Irply Irplyfor
for ir r the thl reason thnt the packers would no noiwharRn not notcllhare noLschargethenonunionnwnwho
iwharRn Lschargethenonunionnwnwho the th nonunion men mfn who had hae tnkciIP taken takenth
cllhare th IP places of tho strikers Itrlker and take tlko hack baclieir hackthllr badicir
thllr ieir old old employees lmployeA In almost almo t evenbor elry elrylabor even everbor
labor bor dispute tho same question is involved involvedit
a it has rlspul been hrn for years Inrs the constant conltant ain aintho dimof dinthe
of tho labor leaders 1 lorR to enforce Inforo the closet closetlop coRe closerlop
hop lop Yet Ylt it is I scarcely IcarCly likely Ikly that either eithciIP eithertht
tht IP unions or the employers mr1olr would ran rani CaM CaMto canexecute
to i execute contracts contrltl of a a character whic whicin which whichtho
the th United Statei Stateiis 8tat8haR
tho in 0 Supreme 8uprfmo Court of Unit
haR is declared unconstitutional Inconltltutonal and conse conselently cons consqupnty consetenti
tenti lently crlall a final I decision nrch on on this thll Jolnt point hj hjhighest bvth h hhighest
qupnty th highest tn court In the < land lanr will wi be of th theatest thplateRt the theeatest <
plateRt eatest hlphlRt Importance Imroranc COlr and will wi bo awaited awnltecIth awaitedI
with Ith tb unusual Interest InterestILLIAM Intrst interestILL41
Wu M One Onl of the thl Original Promoter Pmotln o onockiway of ofRorkawaTnah 01 01nockawayTatight
nockiway RorkawaTnah nockawayTatight Taniht MeCarren 1carren Polities PolitiesExAssemblyman PJt PJtxAMlmblyln PolitiesExAssemhlyman
ExAssemblyman xAMlmblyln William WIlam Walnwright Wlnwrght Wlnwrghtwho Walnwnlghtto
who 10 was Wn long lon and prominently promlnpnty identlflec identlflecth Idlntld Idlntldwith
of Rocknway Beach Beachr
with th tho development I0ckaway Hach Hachdlr
of in hliimo hli hime
r > d yesterday morning morlnR gastritis ltrtl
dlr home imo at 842 f2 Union street Itlet Brooklyn Brookly in hli hlittyeighth hla hlaslxtYtI hbiyeighth
slxtYtI ttyeighth hth year About three thr < years Yllr ngi agcretired ngiretired a o
ho retired from business buslnAI because bU of fnlllniolth fnlllni raing faiilnialth
htath olth retn Ho had ha been bn confined confno to tho house housir houl
Ho born In Phila PhilaIphla Phiialpltia
for r r three thr months 10 was bor Phla Phladolphla
old moved tiR ti tothA tcold
dolphla Iphla and ane when 15 years Ylar
thA R old hle city of Wllliamsburg WllliamsburgHn WllamRburl
Hn was an ardent arcrnt Democrat and under undeispecial Indpr IndprhlR underI
hlR I special tutorship tutolhlp Senator Senlor Patrick Patrck HenrjjCarren henry henryCarren
McCarren jCarren was graduated radulte In politics poltic Inri In IrJ
1171 J ri ho represented the old Seventh Sventh As Asmbly ARsmhly Asnbly
smhly mbly district at lt Albany Just ju t ten yean yeanfore Ylar Ylarhfore yearsfore
hfore fore McCnrren McClren was M first fft elected ollto from frorrn fromtho fromsame
tho n same district dl trct Ho 10 declined doclne a renomlna renomlnain rlnomlna rlnomlnaton
in fl As tho proprietor propretor of the Odeon Odeorilch Odoonwhich Odeondcli
ton which ilch subsequently subsqurnty became brmB tho Novelty Noveltjleatre NoveltyThCatre Noveltyatre
ThCatre leatre atre in Willlamsburg Wllam burg ho became becameJl bo bowel
Jl known knwn In the metropolitan metropoltn district distriotI districtwas dstrot dstrotHo
wel Ho I was manager of the Lake Lo Hotel Hotalat at Lake Lakejpatoong Lke LkeHopaton Lakepatoong
Hopaton jpatoong wa N J for two years yeaf and ad of the theivillon thePaion thevilion
ivillon at Islip L I I for a Blke like period periodIn
Paion In 1855 1 55 when Uncle Jim pro Remsen Remsenrchased Remsln RemslnpurhMM Remsenrchaaed
purhMM rchased 150 15 acres ncl of land with wih a long longenn longoJn longssrt
enn front on Rocknway Rokaway Beach nch for MS5 MS5r lS i iVaincnlght
Mr oJn r Wainwright was interested Itertr In the In Instment Inetmpnt inetmvnt
etmpnt stment In 1875 he bulht bought out a half halflerest halfIntrMt haltcrest
IntrMt crest in tho property for 1150 15000 and andtil ad adunti andIll
Ill tho close of his hl81fo propry life had been associated associatedth lolate
unti th Mr cOe Remsen nm11 In its 111 development developmentTho roelopment roelopmentThA
Tho Sea Sido House was their first nlt notable notablenturo notblo notbloventur notablerittirn
nturo Hotels amusement amlsmont resorts rOr and andthing andhathlnl andthing
ventur Jotell
thing pavilions rapidly sprang sprng up lp on the theunRcn thenenen themacn
hathlnl plon
nenen unRcn and ad and Wainwright Wainwrgh property until untili unti untIlvalue
i value was ovllmated ert 1 itnatcel hnat < j at above a 10VO 110 1 1000000 1000000tho 000 000 000r 0
For It r at lent least fCmm fifteen Ylar years Mr Wanwrh Walnwnight Walnwnighta ht htWM
WM a tho best known and most mOt popular populariidont populnrflcont popularintent
intent of Rockaway Rokaway Beach Bah Throoyears Throoyearso Thryeam Thryeamo Throo years yearsD
flcont o D whon ho retired rllro and went Wlnt to livevatoly live Ihoprltolr livevately
prltolr vatoly in Brooklyn Brokln hU hi onlvvson J W Wthe WWnlnWrlfhtIOk Wiinwnight
WnlnWrlfhtIOk iinwnight took charge of fl his interresta interrestathe Iterlts Iterltsat
at the beach beachIr bec beachfr I IMr
Mr Ir Walnwright Walwrfht was wie a volunteer voltntor fireman firemanboth flm firemanboth n nfn
fn both Wllllamsburg and anl Rockaway Rokaway andonged and andongcd andheonge
ongcd to the old 011 old Eokford Ekford Club and andrtrol andIwra anderal
heonge rtrol other othlr social Iocal and ad political poltcal organlza organlzans organiz
Iwra ns 11 In addition additon to his hl son ho is I leaves le C a ae aIro
tons Iro e and a i daughter daughtr Tho funeral funeralvlora funeralIervlO funeralvices
IervlO vices will bo b held at tho house tomorrow tomorrowmlng tomorow tomorowovenlg to rnorrow rnorrowntng
ovenlg mlng wi and ad It is I expected oxpotr that the ReV ReVJames Re ReDr RetJames
Dr James Ja H Darlington Daligton of Christ Chrt Eplscp EpicoChurch EplscpChurch Eplc
p ioomcit offlclato Church Churh will wi return rtu from frm tho country countryofflclato oUti countrynftlciate
x DYNAMITED DYNAllTED 1 A AStriken p ROVS i UtS UtS8tren y yStrikeis
Striken 8tren Charted Orle with wP Denro D DeittiIna DeittiInaSuperinundents ln nlJa M MSopeHntendenti le leSDprnndenta
SopeHntendenti SDprnndenta Home lome HomeWUEELINO V A AWHEELING 4 4WHEELNG
WHEELNG WHEELING W Va Au Au Aug14Tbe 14 Tlia h hof > Ue Ueof
of Supt Davis Dav of the te theusteCoaidCi theusteCoaidCiCompany Austo Uto Coal C Te indp indpCompany id Foke FokeCmpany
Company Cmpany near Newburg W V V4j Vas was wasup wa blp blpup tlwn tlwnup
up by dynamite dynmlo thU thimomng th1smorninat morning at 1 ool ooltck ooltckTo ooki ookiThe n nThe
The To first frt Information ifonton the authorities authorltM r rthat had hadiat I Ithat
that iat trouble truble between betwen he company Cmpay and andminors andminers 18 18mlnem
minors had occurred ouroamo came early erly this mo1 mo1ing mom moming molng
ing when hen Warden Waren Haddbx Hdb at the pejilt pejilttiary peien peientir penittiary
tiary tir at Moundsvilla llouncvle woa wa wa telegraphed telegraphedby tjlegrphe to toby
by tho Austen AUt Coal Cl and COM Ckd Cok Compai Compaiasking Cmpany CmpanyMklng Compatasking
asking for bloodhounds blohound ar admen admenThe 1dmeln 1dmelnThe men menThe
The warden was WR unable unble to t furnish funllh hour hourand houndl houndlad howand
and ad Cumberland was w asked aako t t to < s sand end sanddogs t tdogs tho thodog8
dogs A strike strka has hl been benI In progrees Ptol s at atAusten I IAusten the theAUten
Austen AUten plant for Mvenjji1 sevoni1weka wgeks and andcompany the thecmpny I Icompany <
company cmpny believes beleve some lIYIWlJs me o ofthe Qnhed tha diggers ger8 hi hiup blew blewup hiup
up the house hOUe It Iwlderql was daniqllinhed d by a amendous t tmendous tre
mendous mendou charge of explosive expl ie Bet tor t off by el eltriclty eleo sItniclty
triclty tricltyMr trcly tnicltyMr
Mr Davis Davi and a servant eratyire were re eerlpu eerlpuInjured seriously seriouslyijur eriou eriouinjured
Injured ijur by splinters splnter8 Tha Th peculiar Plar toof foi foiof ror rorof
of the explosive blew bier ble out tfjo uil tllower lower tIc flcand foor foorBnd tIcand
and walls wals In such Ich a way a1 that thatthe the upt uptfloors uppr upprfom Upfloors
floors fom sank Ik to t the theiround ground This Thi say saythe syed syedtho saythe
the occupants opant from death dlath A posse pOBe w wformed wal walforo uformed
formed foro at Newburg and ad ho ha haa gone to t t tscene the theseno I Iscene
scene sceneStrikers seno senoStrlom sceneStrikers
Strikers Strlom officials omeall deny that tht their membi membiaro membem membemaro mombiare
aro responsible rlponslble for the otBgO otBgOGEORGE outrageGEORGE outrage outrageGEORGE
He le nan the Northwest North llt Boundary BoundaryHelped and andlelpd a ahelped
Helped lelpd Settle Hete International Intlmatonal Dispute UliputeThn DIputpThe DisputeThe
The funeral of George GlorRe Clinton Clnton Iadner Iadnernotd Gardnnoted Sardni Sardninoted
noted engineer enginer railroad rlrOd president ai aiboundary and andhoundary a aboundary
boundary expert who Vho ho died last lt Friday FridayRichmond FridayRichmond In InIchmond
Richmond Ichmond Hill Hi L I will wl be held he1iat at atresidence t tresidence the theresidenc
residenc residence 416 North Norh Beach Bac street tomt tomtrow tomorrow tomrrow
row afternoon afernoon at 415 15 oclockThe oclock The burl burlwill burwill buril
will 1 l be > e in the Congressional Cemetery CemeteryWashington CemeteryVnshington at atW08hlnfton
Washington WashingtonGeorge W08hlnfton W08hlnftonGeorle VnshingtonGeorge
George Georle Clinton Clnton Gardner was wa born bor in incity t tcity the thecity
city of Washington In 1834 18H HU HI fath fathwas rather ratherwa fathwas
was wa Charles Ch harle rles K Gardner AdjutantGeneiof AdjutantGenei AdJuttOeneral AdJuttOeneralof
of tho army arm Mr Ir Gardner Gdpr left lef Coin Columbia Columi ColumiCollege ml mlCollege
Colgo College then In Fourteenth Fourtonth street in 1 1sophomore hl Isophomore
sophomore year and took a special secil cour courIn CUrO CUrOIn cou couin
In engineering cnglnerng astronomy atronomy and geodetii geodetiiIn geoet
In 1850 18 under under Major afterward aferward Genet GenetWilliam GonniWilliam Genoral GenoralWilam
William Wilam H Emory Engineer 1flnerCorR EngineerCorpa Corps U fi 8ho J Jho A Ahe
ho assisted IsItd in establishing rtablLhlng tho boundn boundnbetween boundary boundarybtwen bounclabetween
between btwen the United Unled States Statl and Mexi Mejifrom Mexifrom Mexico Mexicofrom
from the Pacific Pacfo Coast COt to the Gulf of Me MeIco Mex MexIco Maicc
Ico He was selected later as W the repr repreenthtivo rpro rprofntkho rcprsenthtivo
eenthtivo fntkho of tho States State of Washington Wahlnlton ai aiOregon and andOregon aiOregon
Oregon in the thl international Interatonal bounda boundapurvey boundary boundaryHUTVtY boundasurvey
HUTVtY purvey In 1856 186 the Government Goverment wmm wmmaloned comml commlHloned cmmi
Hloned him astronomer Itronomer and surveyor rveyor of ofNorthwest t tNorthwest tho thoSorthwt
Northwest boundary Under United Unied Stat Slatrommtwioner StatComm StatCommissioner
Comm Commissioner Hloner Archibald Archbald Campbell Campbel ai aiRen ane aiGen
Gen J K Pork Pak of the engineers englecr he ran ai aimarked and andmarked aiinnrkid
marked the fortyninth fortynith parallel paalel from fromPaciflo tl tlPacific tho thoPacfo
Pacfo Pacific Coast COt to the summit Ilmmlt of the Rod RoclMountains Roky RokylountalnK RodMountains
Mountains In I conjunction cnjunction with wih the Engll Engllcommission EglLh EglLhcmmiion EnglLcommission
cmmiion commission Col ol 01 Hawkins C E and Car CaFHaig CarHaig Capt CaptUalg
Haig of the Royal Artillery ArtilleryIn Artiey
In 11 this thl service rIC he gained dlsttnctlo dlsttnctloas ditnlton ditnltonI
as a strong Itrong advocate of the boundary boundar i iCanal i iCanal In InCanal
I Canal do Ilarn laro ai a against agalnlt the claim clai of tl tlFnglLth the theEngllh tiEngltsh
FnglLth Government that it was wal through throujtho throughtho tllroulho
tho ho Itonaiib Straits Strnll The dispute d plt growl growlout growirout growlnl
Olt out of this thi was WI settledby Itled settled by King William Wilam WilliamPnissia c cPrussia of ofPnL
Prussia PnL IR as a a arbitrator arbitratort Mr Gardner furl furlIxhing furnL furishing
L Ixhing invaluable Information InroMlaton His Hi ge gographical gegraphical Reo Reographical
graphical determinations dtermlnnton8 along the Hi Hiare lne lnear iirare
ar are the initial Inltnl points of the United Stat Statiland Slatfs Slatfsland Statland
land surveys IUreYR He resigned rlgMd in 1869 186 recei receiing reI receiIng
ing the thanks of the Preoldent Pllclnt for h hservices hl hl8ervlc iiservices
8ervlc services servicesHis servicesHis
His Hi first frt railroad rairoad service lerle ww W with th thPhiladelphia the thePhiadelphia tiPhiladelphia
Phiadelphia Philadelphia and Ild and Erin Railroad Halroad in Ito 180Ho Itolb
10 Ho lb was wal the first frt engineerto enginer engineer to use nitreglycerine nitre nitrogIYrlne nitrelycerine
glycerine in blasting blatngwhle while building bllding buildin g the Irat Iratcoks greilocks grei greilocks
coks locks at Erie He le organized organlzld tho raliroa raliroaihope ralroar railroaihope
ihope of the Pennsylvania Penn8Jlvanla system lyem at A Aona Aoona
shop oona ona Pa In 1870 In 1873 h be was electe electegeneral eletod eletodgenerlsuprltndentof electeeneral
tona generlsuprltndentof general superintendent of the Pennsylvanl PennsylvanlInes Pnnsyhetla Pnnsyhetlalnes
mba resigning Ilgntng in1879 I 1871 In the thejsanse jiarae yet yetle year yearhe
lnes he le took tok charge of th thfSIW theStaW jSUU Railroad Rairoad o oMassachusetts of oftlahuett cIassaohusettn
Massachusetts tlahuett tho Troy Try and Oreen1ellailnoad Ortonflel OrtonflelRailroad Grenfeld GrenfeldRaira
Railroad and ad Hoosao HoOa tunnel tunel In 1881 181 h hycame he heae iixcaine
Raira ycame ae the general manager of f the Mexlea MexleaNational MexlCan MexlCanNatonal MexicaaUonal
Natonal National Construction Cn trcton managr Company Cpany the Mexi Mexin Mexicn Iexi Iexian
cn an n National Railroad Rairad Company Copany and th thTexasMexican tho thoTexMMoxcan threxasMextcan
TexasMexican Railroad Company con conitructing constrcting contructing
TexMMoxcan Halroa Cm
strcting itructing a large part pat of these th Py lines Inf Ii In I
884 he was a elected elct president prldlnt o of the Buffalo Bualo BualoSew BuffaicYork Buffaloew
Sew 18 ew York and ad Philadelphia Phiadelphia now nw the West Westrn Wet Wetem Westrn
em > rn New York and ad Penneylyania Penlyiyani Railroad Ballroacin Rairod RairodIn
In n 1892 he was wa appointed appoint general Knerl manage manageif manlgrr manlgrrof I
of if tho Ohio River Railroad Ralroa Company Ii In InI I
I 806 ho was VM made general manage r of th th5nciflc the thePaClfc thaciflo
PaClfc 5nciflc O Company Com pan of JJew Nlw York Yor and ad Peru Perupending Perupndlng Perupending
pending pndlng several seorl years in South America Americale Aerkl
He le was chairman cbaran of the investigating InVltgatng com comnlssion Iom Iommiion cornitasion
miion nlssion of the M K 4 T R R and th thiresident thresident tho thoplsldtnt
plsldtnt resident of the New e England Egland and Westen Westenlallroad Wftrrn Wftrrnlalroad Westerilailroad
lallroad and vicepresident of the l Ne Neork Nat Natork ew ewYork
lalroad York ork and Massachusetts M acnultt Railroad Ralrood Hi Hias HI Has
as 1 also al o president prldent of the Flemington Coaompany Coa CoalCompanv Coaompanv
Companv ompany of West Wet Virginia and preelden preeldenf prldent prldentof
of f the th Pittsveln PiIveln Coal Company Cmpany CmpanyHA CompanyHe
He leaves IfRea a widow and five children ohi rn Mrs Mrceorge Mr Mrseorge
Oeorge eorge H 1 Brodhead Brohead Miss 18 fve Allda Alda Gardner GardnerIrs OardnprII
II Irs Edward B Finch O 1 Clinton Gardne Gardnend Gardnerand Gardnend
and nd Miss lps lis Mary tar Gardner GardnerOhltimry Garner GarnerOhlnary GardnerObituary
Obituary Ohlnary Notes NotetChsrles NotesCharles ottl ottlChArls
Charles W Morris Iorrl 42 2 years yenr of nee nlr diet dleihome dieth led ledat
at h home 253 West Twentysecond st t root rootrldnr reeton restridar
on hllme PrldRr rldnr of pneumonia pntumonla caused caliid by b exsure ex exsure npMlrt
pMlrt sure while whie Judglne Jldqlnl the tht recent recnt hill hi climb climbIR
Inl IR a lest ttst of automobiles altomoblee In the White Whie liIte Uoun Uounins lounins oun ountllnA
tllnA ins Mr Morris was as bort borq In Clnclnnnt Clnclnnnta ClncnuRt
Roa Ia a received rplld his hi education dlcton In iI the Troy Ohio Ohioen 0110 0110hln Ohiogb
hln en school and th the Dayton Olilb rain eomerclal Com CommpreRI rainercial
mpreRI erclal school where he hI became blceme nn In oxper experirnngrnpher oxperenosrupher oxpprt oxpprtfnogrphH
enosrupher fnogrphH From 180 to tolKfP IMP lSt he h f Was wn i iiiirt I turt
iiirt stenographer tenlrRphtr In II Unltlmoru OAllmort In I8 1888 1888he its itsI i it
he t came cnm to New lW ew York Here HPe Jm JI herami heramie helRme helRmethe
the e private prl yoln secretary secrfAry of Mr lr Miller 11 I r ol olIP of ofth 01C
th IP C law firm of Mlller PecKliHin A t Dixon Dlxonfterward DixonAfttrward DIxonrterward
frm 11rr PPClhHI
Afttrward fterward he was a for seven Reen reAr prIvate prlvnticretnry thatn prIvatecretary i ipcrtary
cretnry to Col 01 Stone Atn orrnldent of tlureenwlch tlu tt ttreenwich I IJrppnIh
reenwlch Fire Fir Insurnnc Company oIPAny At AtIP Atp I Ith
th IP p time of his hl death dplth Mr Morris Morri WOK WI prlvnr prlvnrcretary prhotretar priraticretarP
cretary lme to Chief hief Kn Eninesr nlln iner r Vnll ni nIl of the Alll Alllinlmers AI AllIsnlniers
Chnllpr inlmers retar Cnrnpnnr II le lie had hn J nn office omle in th thmerlcnn thAmerlcn the theusrican
Amerlcn merlcnn Tract Trlt Society Hocir nulldinR Duldlnl He fe wn wnir was WnAtor wasr
tor ir r many mln man years PB n member mlmhpr of the tI Ohio So Sonty Boclt Sorty
nty and wus WI recording recorllt secrelarj ecretnr at lt th thme the thetme theme
clt me of Rnr his hl death dentilIlofTman deathltoffmltn cpnth cpnth10mRn
tme IlofTman Covert former forrP Supervisor AIPP1or o onanee of ofFlnRnrp ofnanes
FlnRnrp 10mRn nanee for the Xew ew w York State Capitol CapitolAlbany Capiol Capiolat CapItolAlban
at Albany Alblnr and a close clo t personal per onll friend rrltnd of ofrover ofOrover ofover
Orover rover Cleveland died yesterday at lt the theme thpbomt theme
llevplanr frrIY
bomt me of his son ln DnnlelC DRnlel Covert K Atlantic Atlanticenue Atlnnln AtlnnlnnvenlP AtlantIcenue
nvenlP enue Ocean OCPln drove Oro rove X J 1 nt II the flee Ri of ofyears ofyears
84 years par Hn 10 suffered slprpda n strolteof trOm of apoplexy apoplexyro npoIlx npoIlxtwo
two ro ci weeks ago RIO and anr death Rth was W8 Inl enticed c hy hyitnpllrntlons h h10mpeRloD bympllentions
itnpllrntlons which followed rolowd He le was WR horn hornAlbany hrn hrnIn hornAlbany
10mpeRloD In Albany of Holland 10lanr stock and started Itartpd his hisislnesa hl hlbl hissInes
bl islnesa sInes lnp 1 career artr In that city et an n nn expert nxpcrtcountnnt Ixpert IxpertaCcolntant expertcotintant
aCcolntant countnnt HP 10 wan Wil nppolnted APlolntp supervisor supervisorOov sIPpflsor sIPpflsorh stipervisorGo
h Oov CO Go nix and nndhpl held the thf attIcs om through throughe throllh throllhthe
the e admInistration of Tllden Cornell Corn and andovelnnd antiovelanrl
Rdmlnltrntor Tiden Il sne
ovelnnd retaining rptAlnln n 1 warm friendship rrlrnd hlp with withB Ith Ithth
th B latter Inter after nttr his retirement retrtmtnt ten years neo neoin alo aloThn agoIn
Thn in funeral services snJc will wi rw held hile in Ocenn Ocennove OrpRnrovp Oreanove
rovp ove tomorrow and the t he body hod > will wi be b re reoved rr resved
movpd oved to Albiny for burial burialThn burlnlTho burialThe
The funeral of William Frazier MrCurdy MrCurdyBaltimore MrCurciyBaltimore 1Cr
of Baltimore DRltmorl Md lr W Wlinm who died last la t Friday ata at ato atthn
thn o Now York Hospital folpltal after an operation oprrlton for forirysostom torRPpendldtR forpandleitis
RPpendldtR pandleitis wi will bo held thl this mnrnlnq at At St Strysostoms
Chn irysostom o toms s Protestant Prot tRnt Episcopal EplsCopll Church nt ntventh ntRprnth atenthl
Rprnth venth avenUe nnd Thirtyninth street Itrppt MrCiirdy Mr MrcCiirdy MrMclrd
cCiirdy avnlO who ho had Thlrtnlnlh been mentioned mpotonld for the thomooratlo thnDemocrato themocratic
Mclrd Democrato mooratlo nomination nomlDton for Mayor of Bnltl Bnltljre 1111 1111morp Ilaltire
morp jre re came clme here htre a few ftw days n nlo cr0 ro nnd wn wnken was wasen al
taken ken en suddenly sudden ill Hint I at Coney Island llllnd last Il t Monday tandayI IondayHe
He 5 I was engaged to be married to Mrs Mr Chant Chaman ChRmpion
pion an of enlagl 134 West Fortynlxth street She Sheis HheWI Sheat
WI is at his hl bedside bed ld during durinA his hil Illness InPM At the thenernl thefuneral theeral
funeral nernl this thL morning there will Il be present prearntdrlgatlon a alegation alegatlon
legation of Elks Elk from Baltimore Dn and a aletrntlon ndlelntonrrem alegation
dlelntonrrem legation from H B Clnflln tmCre A I Co 0 where wherer whereMcCdy here hereIr
Ir r McCvirdy 1Cudy was Wil employed nt one time timeIB tme tmeThe
The IB C body will wi he h sent l n to laltmore laltmorelorrl Baltimoreitorrls Baltimore BaltimoreMorris
Morris Fnlleman Fnleman president of the M Falls Fallein Faie Faieman
man in Distillery Di tlery Company of 3 Water atpr street streetooklyn strpft strpftrookn streetDokiyn
ooklyn died on Saturday HMlrdlY evenIng tnlnl In the theosevelt theosevelt theRoosevelt
Roosevelt osevelt Hospital Hospial where hpre he had h d been blpn under underntniant undrrtrentment underatinent
trentment ntniant for stomach Itomoch trouble for three threeeks thrte thrteweeks threeeks
weeks > eks He wa Wil was born In New York fifty flftyir nf
rour ir years Iar te ago nlo and had been engaged rnllpd In Ini In Inthe Indistillery
the i distillery dl business for twentyfive years yearswife yearswIre parl
A wife tlrry and lnd three threl daughters dulhtrl sur surlv nnrive lv him himo himThe
The o funeral services pTlell will wi be held this thl aftern after afternn ntpr ntprnon
non nn n In his late home at 1271 Bergen BrrAen street streetooklyn ItrertIrooklyn streetokl
Irooklyn IrooklynJoll ooklyn ooklynlollu okl > n noltat
Joll lollu Th urman Parker rlrker M f I I > died dll on OJ op Sat Satiny RaturdRY Satlay ¬
urdRY lay from Bright Irhlht A disease dl MAe at his fl residence residenceSt re ldpncp
67 St t Nicholas Sichoial place He le was WI born In Thur Thurm Thurman
man m n Warren Warrtn county Iolnty In 1837 117 and came to tos tothl
thl s city thirty years Yf rl ago n o He I p served lerd as A ancistant an nnhe anAdstlnt
clt nloh the New York YorkIn Yorkhe
Adstlnt cistant Burgeon wih with t e leh 159th
In tbe he civil cvi war Wlr and was WR one of the physicians IhrelllRn IhrelllRnho physicjansC
ho 0 C attended atpnde the inmate Inmltp lamatesof ono of Libby Prison Prisonen P Prisonen eon eonIn
en they the > were liberated lbrated He leaves IM IMdnw alow a alow
low dnwAbrlhnm lowinrnhnm lowhraham
Abrlhnm inrnhnm Bell Bel aged IiId 100years IOYlar and IS II days daysd cnA cnAdied
died d yesterday strrdn at In the home bOD of hl his son onJMIRh Josiah JoslahBell JosiahBell
Bell In Baltimore ultmor Ha was WA tho oldest oldestIdcnt oldl oldestldent t treldent
reldent Idcnt 111 of the city Clt H1 e le had had fiftyfour fiftyfouriCPiiditnt nfttourdrlrndlnt flftyfourecnclnts
drlrndlnt iCPiiditnt and all a I but fiveam telr living 1ln He Hebfd HeIsevensonsand
Isevensonsand 1 seven lnen sons onslnd nnd one on daughter dlllhtr the daughter dulbter dulbterItd daughterI
bfd 1 oldest oldpton son being deAdV There Ther a are r twenty twentygrandchildren twentytIlrandohldrn twentyI
tIlrandohldrn Itd I grandchildren Md nineteen nlncteln irrtirriknd irrtirrikndIdren gamnd gamndCnUWen greatgrnndIdren
CnUWen Idren and 6dhe nd three rnattmtffraadchUdren a dc dodnl
Building Dldlnl Trades Tdf1 Worker Workul Resent nrirntThreaMV Rllnt the theTrat i iThreat4 <
ThreaMV Trat Threat4 < the he ° Open P > Shop andDecli andDecliThat and Deoli DeoliThat Dclarf
That Tat They Ter Arc re Heady Dead to t Fight Fllh C CThat Out OutTt IThat
That Tt Point PointTle PointTile Tile Layers lcn New Mo1 Mo1In Ilon IlonIn MoIn
In the face of the declaration delarton of t tBuilding the theBuiding I IBuilding
Building Buiding Trades Tradl Employers Association Associationtho Allaton t
the locked locke out Olt unions to t the effect eet that t tplaces I Iplaces ie ieplacl
places placl of the to strikers striier will wi bo filled fle wl wlwhatever with withwhateer w wwhatever
whatever men are obtainable obtalnalo on Aug AugIf Augif 22 22If
If the strikes trlk are not declared delare off of In t tmeantime the themratlme I Imeantime
meantime mratlme new strikes etrlko have been order orderby orere orderby
by the Building Buiding Trades TmM Alliance Alanc to t go Lxeffect ir ireffect Ito Itoefet
efet effect today todayThe todayTe todayThe
The Te ultimatum ultmatum was WI sent set by district dstrict mi miBcngor me mesenger rnsenger
senger to tho various variou unions involvedSaturday involved involvedSaturday involvC on onSaturay
Saturday Saturay representatives Reprcenttve of these thee unlo unlodeclared unlonl unicdeclared
declared delae yesterday yeteray that they would ould Igasthe Igno Ignothe Igore Igorethe
the notice and defy the employers employer assoi assoiation Msol MsolaUon assoaton
ation ationJames aUonJ atonJames
James J Bm J Daly chairman chana of the press pre coi coimtttce com commite coimittee
mtttce mite of the Building Duldlg Trades Trade Alliance Alanc a anounced an announce a aflounced
flounced on Saturday that no more strik strikwould strke strkewould strikwould
would be ordered ordere until unt the question queton of t tvalidity tbe tbevaldity Ivalidity
validity valdity of tho arbitration arbitraton agreement aRrcment w wsettled WI WIstte wsettled
settled in the courtsThe courts courtsThe courtsThe
stte The alliance alanc however ns al a strike stke order ordeIng orderIng ordiing
Ing body decided deide to do something in spl splof Rplte Rplteor ap apof
of Dalys declaration deraraton Among tho bull bullIngs buid buidIng bullIngs
Ings Ing on which strikes strlk are ordered orere are areTimes t tTimes tbe tbeTlml
Times Tlml Building Buldlnf one between betwen Fortysecoi Fortysecoiand Fortysecoand Fortyseond Fortyseondad
and ad Fortythird Iortthlrd streets stets and the Sturteva SturtevaHotel Sturteat SturteatHotel SturtevaHotel
Hotel at Broadway and Twentynlni Twentynlnistreet Twontynlnthstret Twentynmstreet
street stret No particular reason relon was wa givi givifor given givenfor givfor
for these the strikes strikesTho strike strikesTho
Tho To Tile Tie Layers Laytra Union has sent to i ithe al i ithe
the members of the Tile Tie Grate and and Mant MantAssociation ManiAssociation lantel lantelABolnton
Association notice that if tho lockout lockoutnot lokout lockoutnot Is Isnot
ABolnton notco
not declared Jclare off of by Wednesday W dnesday the tl tllayers te telayer tilayers
layers layer will wi not return retur to work unless unlC the thewage tholr tholra thcwages
5 150 550 da daWilliam day dayWilam daWilliam
wage a A are advanced advancp1 from S5 S to a
William H Fancy Flrley business agent aFpnt of tl tltile the thetie titile
Wilam tile layers larel said the unions did not regai regaithe regar regatthe
the tie employers employerl ultimatum ulimatum seriously seriouslyIt serouly seroulyIt
It is II evidently oldenty intended Intende to IntImidate intimidathe intlmldathe IntImidatethe
the unions ha sold sal but It will wi not succeo succeoWhile succeeWhile uee
While there are some men in tho employer employerassociation employemnoeaton employerassoclatton
Whlo association who would be glad glar to t haveopen have a aopen a aopn
open noeaton shop fight as a whole they are afral afralof afrad afrador af a aof
of opn it because beau6 ffht they A know that tat H It would woulr be bethe 1 1the r rthe
the biggest blgget fight fght of their lives Uve All Al tiunions tV tVunions tbe tbeunlonl
unions unlonl would get jot together and their on onplovers em emplovel onplovers
plovers plovel could not get el the men menFarley mfn mfnFarley menFarley
Farley accused nclled the board of governorsfirst governors governorsfirst foveror ot otflt
first violating the arbitration arbitrtion agreemei agreemeiby agrement agrementby agreennelby
by flt ordering vlolatll the lockout lokout over the head headelation headthe < of ofthe
the general arbitration board of the ass assciation M O Oeuton
elation which arbirton he declares delare had dlsmtsse dlsmtssethe dlRmlBe dismissethe
euton the thl complaints of the employers that tl tlstrikes the theftrkl tIstrikes
strikes on tho Trinity Triniy Iluildlng Juldln and in tl tlsubway tbe tbesubway tlsubway
ftrkl subway were wrongfully wrongfuly called calledOeorgo caled caledGergo calledGeorge
George Gergo wer W Whltford Whiford president pfldent of tr trElectrical the theElectrcal UElectrical
Electrical Workers orke Union said that U Uunion the theunion tlunion
Electrcal union had received rcllved the ultimatum ultiatum of tl Uemployers tlemploye the theemploII
emploII employers but would pay no attention atenton to i iHe I IHo
He declared dlartd that the unions which hlch were nt ntlocked not notlockd n nlocked
locked out Olt would refuse to allow alow themembers the themembers their theirmpmher
mpmher members to work ork with wih nonunion men menSeveral menSlverl menSeveral
Several Slverl other prenidents preldentR and buslnei buslneiagents bl hitsineagents lne lneapntl
apntl agents of the unions unlonl Involved Inolvec Bald sid tlw tlwwould they theyolid th thtvotilti
would olid wait to see lee what the employers em plover ir irlend Ihtnd itend
lend to do in on Aug 22 2 before bfore making maKlnl inakingan inakinganmove an anmove any anymove
move Some of them paid Iald that whe whehu whn whnI wheins
I hu hI employers declared dllar1 the I he lockout lockolt of ofhey of ofhey
tht hey might be ready read to talk business businessJametf buslneS businesJames
James J Holland Holand b chairman of tnp tt th rapl raplrniiHit rapid rapidtral1 rapiranslt
rniiHit me committee of the Central Federate FederateUnion Feierted FeiertedUllon FederateUnion
tral1 Ullon Union cmmltr who broke appointments appointment with wlh th thfapld the theRpid U UFtapltl
fapld Transit Contractors Contractol Associatlo Associatloin Boclaton Boclatonon
in Rpid TupKday and with General Contractc ContractciIcDonold Contrclor ContrclorMcDonald ContraetcblcDonald
McDonald upra was wal asked Mke at the meeting meetng meetinghe c chi of ofthe
the hi C F 1 U yesterday to explain wh whla why whyhl whin
hl la did not attend atend the conference conferenceHe
He replied that hi had talked taked with MiiIcDonald Mi MrlcDonald MilcDonaid
iIcDonald rpplr over the telephone teleplioneand and asked Ike fo foi for
1 i conference conferenc Mr Ir McDonald he sale saicold saleold lald laldtold
old him him that If he wanted wante to tcome tocome come to a con conerence conrerence conerence
rerence erence merely to talk he did not want wantco t teo to toSI
eo him and that tlat there could culd be h no conerence con conerence cn cnferenr
SI ferenr erence until unti the I hI strikes atrke8j strikesnthesubwaywer strikesnthesubwaywerIrst jri the subway eulay were werIrst werenrt
nrt Irst declared off offHe t tHe
He had no powor of to declare doclar off of the strike strikeIP ItrkM ItrkMho
ho IP said lald and so told Sir Ir I McDonald and Id tha thanded thatended thandeci
ended the matter matterMOTHER maU maU4XOTIIEn matterI
ITXC alaat Corps CorJ Man Ian an Din Df1 of Injuries InJurl1 Berrlrrd Reerhed Be RrMind
Mind While hlr Answering Alarm Alam From It ItWilliam I IWiiam itWilliam
William Wiiam J OConncll OConnel who was wa hurt 01 01ept orept
Sept ept 4 while whie answering aTwarng an alarm witl witlalvage wth wltlalvage
alvage Corps No 1 from the hoodoo hoodooox hodoo
hox ox at Bridge and Plymouth streets atret Brook Brookm Brok Brokly
ly m PT died yesterday in St Marys Hos HosItal Ho Hopital Hosital
pital Ital The alarm that tht called cled out the corpi corpias crs corpias
as 1 turped in from the same box that wai waiBed WI WIu watted
u Bed ed during the Arbuckle factory fire tre a yea yeaigo yarago yeao
when Battalion Chief Chieopplnger ChiefCoppinger Chipoppinger
ago go o loot lat December Decmblr Batalon
opplnger Lieut Leut Jeffries Jpfrlps and Firemai FiremaiToolo Fieman FiemanOToole FiremarTook
OToole Took were killed kied Other fire fo casualties casualtieswell caualj casualtiese
1 e well wel as OConnells tConnel1 death have given the thifldgo theBildgl tinridge
Bildgl ridge and Plymouth streetsbox stret box tho nami namihoodoo nme nmehOOdoo namiooc1oo
hOOdooWhen hoodoo hoodooWhen ooc1ooWhen
When OTonnell OConnll was hurt he was wa on hi hiay hiiny
WiY ay to Bridge BricgA and Concord Concrd streets trrte in the thealvago thl thialvage h11
Salva alvago A Corps COrl wagon agon with wth seven comrades comradesPark comradP comradesPark
A Park pa nvonun aVJIO trolley trolry car hit hl the wagon wagonnd wagonami wagoriii
ami nd all 11 the men were Wlro hurt hlrt OTonnell OConnl1 in inrnally inrnally I It
t rnally raly it Uirned t lrnr out 011 He was dischargee dischargeeom dllchargld dllchargldfrom
from om the thl lie Brooklyn Broklyn Hospital HOltal last llt Decembe Decembend Decmhe
and nd cl returned rtrnd to duty dut HP II took sick Ilck ir irlarch In InMarch inarch
March larch again Pneumonia developed dvelopfd last lastiturday I lasisturday t tSaturdar
iturday and he was WIL sent to St MaryV Marysospital MaryVlospltttl MarY1
Saturdar lospltttl
HDlta 0 Oonnells ConnllR Is the th first fft death drth In tho Brook
n Salvage Salva e Corps COrl since Ino It I was established establisherOiit establishedDout tablihe
Iy about Dout ten rears ago 1 o He leaves Ilas a wif wifOOTPADS wie wieand wiftul
and avenue ul senlieOTPAPS two chidren children fie lie lved lIved at 131 Fankln Franklin Franklinsenlie
COJ ins Raw W the thl Holrttp JoldCp and Captured Cpturtd Three ThreMen Trfe Trfelln ThreeMen
Men lln In a UURIC UURICJ lUtt lUttJ IluggyJ
J P ONell OKpl of 78 Broadway West WPlt Brlgh Brlghn Brhton
ton n Staten Island was WI heidup held up and ad robbei robbeithe robbet robbethe
In the public publo park in Port Richmond Rchmond be bereen b btwen beeen
twen reen 1 and nd 2 oclock yesterday yrteday morning morning3e moning moningTho
have three whom whonaccuses whomhl whoaaccuses
Tho 3e e police olc young men
hl accusesONeil accuses accusesONell nOIPe nOIPeONpl
ONell ONpl had been to Manhattan tanhattn purchase topurchamnull to purchasesuit
r11 null of clothing clothl He HI returned returnd to Staten Stateiland Statenhland Statenland
a hland land on the last lat train boat bot and failing faillnjleep rnlnl failingloop
loop IN on the th train rode one station Itton pas pass pMt pMthIs pastS
hIs s destination dpltlnatlon He was M walking across acrossC acros acroso ao s sthe
the o park as I a short cut ct when three thrt meiove men men menclrov meneve
clrov eve up lp in a buggy blgRY huggyjumped jumped out andse andseion and IPt IPtupon set seton
upon ion him He I was wlmockre knocked down and some someange somiinnge somochlnf
innge and his hi new nfW suit sui taken tkln away awavPatrolmen aavPatrolmpn awayPatrolmen
chlnf Patrolmen nne Hall HII and Lawson Lwson saw IW the fight fightom fght fghtfom fightm
om m a distance dlRtanc They Th Titnyistopped stopped the buggy IniRgiid IIRg IIRgnd
fom nd id d caught the three thre men mln Magistrate Magistralarsh Ma Magistratesrsh IRtrato IRtratolarlh
larlh arsh yesterday held htld them for exnmina exnminan exmina exminaton
> in n thin morning morningnovE mornlnRDUm morninglOVE
Mt1 en p Showed Hho ld Fight Fah When hln Policemen Pollemln Told ToldThem ToldThlm ToldThem
Them Thlm to More 1101 On OnA Cn CnA in inA
A band of gypsies gpie bound for Rocknway Rocknwayach Rokaway RokawayDeach
Deach ach came c nu near to creating creatng trouble In I the theKor thelower thesor
lower Kor part par of Jamaica Jamaca last evening The Theitnt Theoutnt Thetilt
outnt tilt consisted consilte < of seven 6ven wagons waonl fourteen fourteenirses rourten rourtenborae fourteenrses
and andurteon andfourtn andirteen
borae irses twelve men twenty women
fourtn urteon children chidrn They prepared prepare late In Ino InS Inthe
the o afternoon awroon to camp on property proprty owned ownedA one
by A Van Slcklen Sick len on Rocknway avenue avenuehllo aenuoWhie avenuehile
Whie hllo some made mae camp others set st out to tog toblg tog
blg g food They became bl o such lch a nuisance nuisanceat
that at the police plco were wer notified notifiedThree notife notifiedFhree
Three Thr patrolmen with Ith the wagon were werent wereL
nt L They ordered orprr tho tribe trhe off of the tht prop propty pro proerty propy
Rnt erty ty y but the men refused rlru and showedht showed showedht shoMt
ht The officers sent nt for more help but butn butth
t th n l nomads nomael packed lckr up and when the re rerves r reves
rves reached rtachod tho scene Ienr the caravan clravan was wasnt WMjUlt wast
jUlt Rrr nt t turning out Olt on the road The leaders leadersomlsed Ipadnmprom leadersnrnised
prom omlsed 11M no halt would woule t he > e made mae until unti the theach thebMch thetch
bMch ach was 1 reached reachedPaurirccr rache rachePualer reachedPasseer
Paurirccr Pualer Fell 1 l1 Under Trolley Trolr Car Carhomos ar arThomM arFhomas
homos Griffon Grfen 24 years Ylal old of Manhat Manhnttan Manhatavenue Manhatavenue
tan avenue Qreflnpolnt Olnpolnt fell fIl from an open openilley opn opntrley opendicy
trley illey car Iar while whie It was WI travelling travplng at full fulled ful fulled
pd ed In Corona Crna early Iarly yesterday cftrdav morning morningrolled moring moringle morningI
the wheels and andi andM
I rolled rlrd under ldor rear rtar whrl
le M 15 i so badly crushed crshd that ho died die in thoushlng the te teFluhing theiiahln
Fluhing ushlng iiahln Ilospital l0plt1 a few f w hours houf later latr Mo Morman Morman
tora rman no ORmirko ORourkeand Roe and nd Conductor Conductr Lundbkrg Lundbkrgrr Ludrg Ludrg1t
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Is I a natural tonic tonic supplying the nourishing nourishingelements nourishingeements nourishingelements
elements eements of milk mik in a condition which renders rendersthem rendersthem rendersthem
them readily digestible by the weakest stomach stomachIt stomch stomchI
It I t is a delightful delghtful effervescing efervescing beverage for sick sickor sickor
has merited the thehighest thehighest thehighest
or well wel and for thirty years
highest recognition from the best medical medicalauthorities medicaHauthorities medica1authorities
authorities from statesmen professional merit meritand menand me t tand
and consumers generally generallyChronic generallyChronic generaly generalyChronic
Chronic stomach trouble the great foe to tohealth tohealth tohealth
health would for the most part disappear from froma
a constant use of Kumyss KumyssSold
Sold by byalt all druiriliH Put up In plot bottles botlM only I dorm doteo dorenboilts bottles 1750 delivered delvered free fe In New Ne York YorkCity Yorl YorkCII
City CI CII > or Philadelphia Ibladelphla bal driIUI Shipped Pl everywhere cYerltre Keeps In any An climate clmale New e York Yorl Depot Depl JIT 21 W JZSd 12d St
Wilson I180n Liner Inrr loses LOII a nrbarrrd Jpbrrld Iebarredlmniigrafll IebarredlmniigrafllAfter Immigrant ImmigrantAfter Immlsrantrtr
After rtr Carrying arrlnl Him 11m JIm Free FreeTour FreeFotir rel relIour
Tour sturdy tury stowaways emerged emergo fronrthe frortthe fronr rromte
the te after atr cargo crgo compartment compment of the Wilson Wileorliner Wison Wisonlner Wilsonliner
liner lner Hindoo Hlndo in on Saturday Saturay night from frortHull fromHul fronHull
Hull Hul by way of Boston when she was wasabout WI WIahout wasabout
about three thr dave O8 out from the other side sideCapt sideapt sideCapt
Capt apt Webster Interviewed all al of them and nndsuggested andugge andsuggested
suggested ugge that they tJlt might pay for thelitransportation theli teir teirtrnnsportatlon theiitransportation
transportation liy going to work All Allscorned Al Alscorned
scorned ored the proportion propollon polnl except Joseph JosephZor Josph Josphrer JosephZerger
in the theBtoUo thestoke tlustoke
Zor Zerger rer er who voluntarily voluntariy helped htJpcd
stoke hold The skipper knew of no rule rle of oltht ofthe ofthe
the sea by which 81dpPr ho h could force forA the othen othento othemto
to labor la and nd as af he ht could not let them starve starvethev stare staretht starvethey
they tht arrived at Boston D ston without wihout earningtlipfr earning earing earingthplr earninitheir
their salt saltTh saltThe
Th The 81 immigration officials otcaI there ther decidedthat derided deridedtlint deide
that one of the men Frank Brown Brwn was WI e eland a anatho iinative
native Ampricln American and permitted him to tolann tcland
land the others otlprs were tlccland dcano prmlte to he aliensand aliens aliensami alens alensanll
and being without wili out vlsilile 181111 itibls means IIaM of support supporshould suppor supporsholle supportshould
of th thremaining the therernainin
should be returned to Hull Hul One I Iron1anlnp
sholle remaining ron1anlnp trio rlturr OnoreEUa Ooorro Ells who had de deAmnricnn desCriuN deseriberi
seriberi hlmlr to Capt apt WhRter al as an anmerknn anArnerbrsn
Amnricnn sCriuN citizen of English Englsh birth hirh and had hadsaid ha hadsaid
said that that ho o wo a native nate of City Clt of Rhode RhodeIsland Rhoo RhooIIRnc RhodeIsland
Island IIRnc 1a Il wn was II calleddown ColIdown cullcel down by the skipper skipperfor skipperfor skipperfor
for being a bit of a liar liarOn lar larOn liarOn
On hinl tho WHV way 1 down dowl from Boston to this thisport thll thllport thisliort
port the Hindoos Uhicool chief Chip officer ofcpr was wa toldto told toldto toldto
to keep HIP a sharp Ihar lookout on tho stowaways stowawaysas stowIV >
as q they might make an effort tort to leave theship the thoship theship
ship after she ho had arrived arr1 at Quarantine QuarantineAs Quarntne QuarntneAs
As theHindoo nftr mine through the Narrows Narrowson Narov1 Narov1on
thell1doo 110
WebB Webster ordered orderedtho orderedthe
on Saturday Slttmay night niht Capt lor orderli orderlithp
the chief Clf officer ofcer to te chain tip lp the stowaways stowawaysThn Itowawas ItowawasThe
The chiefofficer chief officer said that he would do so soA RO ROA soA
A few chief minutes otcer later latlr tho officer omCr came to the theskipper thoskippr th thskipper
skipper and ad said Id that the stowaways wanted wantedabout watr wantedabout
about skippr ten In minutes n1lnuttK leeway IrwlY in which to townsh towOfh towash
wash wOfh themselves tholseJf This wan granted grantedJust grant grantedJust
Just before blforo the th time tmoCxplrl expired the Hindoo Hindoowas Hlndoowa Hindocwas
The engi engineers englnPrR engineers ¬
was coming Iomlng Into hTo Quarantine Quarntne Thl
neers wa steward reported rrportpr after the ship had haddropped hadrrolr1d haddropped
nPrR RtlWar
dropped anchor anfhor that thlt Ellis EII had cut away Iway Iwaylfe a alife alife
life rrolr1d buoy 110 aft nnd had lowered lovere himself himslf into intothp Intothp intothe
lfe thp bayhy bay by a rope A lifeboat Uebot was llowore lowered lowerednnd loweredand
and vainly v lniy searched sparhP three thrl hours for tho thomissing themllAlng thomissing
missing man It I was wal surmised suris that he haddrifted had haddrifted hRadrfe
drifted tip ma to the thl city dt on the flood fo tide tdr or orhnd orhle orhad
drfe had been hen tp taken tnktn aboard aboar one of the sailing sailingverwels Imlng Imlngpl ardlingvessels
vessels hle pl at anchor above Quarantine QI rantne Copt CaptWebster CoptWebster Clpt ClptWeb
Webster Web tr said that he feared frarr tho line lne would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not pay t > f > oo fine fn for letting lettng a stowaway stowawayescapeand stowawayescape
escape escapeand and that ho was wal mire that he couldnot could couldnot couldnot
not 1 pay plt nnr U himself an n ho hl wasnt lnt rich rlth enough enoughHe Inollh InollhHe enoughlie
He does not see how he h could have hle pre prevented pr prntc preentsd ¬
vented OR the escape 11 of Ellis EII but tlt he Is II certain certainthat ctrtaln certainthat I IthM
that ntc the other Ccap stowaways ItowlwaYI will wlnot not get glt away awayfor aW awayfor
for he will keep kMp them chained chaine until unt the theHindoo theHndo theHindoo i
Hindoo Hndo sails salR 1 for Hull HullnODY Uul UulnOD hltillhorn II IIfor
nOD 101 I IJt
Key Jt nine Rne T Tl Tag K In a Pocket Here the te Name NameSire NameSl I ISII
Sire SII Sl Klein ItlrlnTho Illn KleinThebodyofa I ITho
Tho Thebodyofa body bov of a manwhich man which had h d been b In the thewater thewaterseveral I Iwater
water waterseveral several seyerll days was found off ot St George GeorgeStatcn GoorgoStaten GoorgeStaten
Staten Island yesterday afternoon aferoon The Theman Thema Theman
man was S fret rrt 9 Ilnchl Inches tall tnl weighed el he about
ma 175 16 pounds wa had brown hair hllr red rP mustache mustacheoveralls rultache rultacheand mustacheand
and brown e eyes The by body wa was clad I in a anne afine
fine blue serge pre suit IUI over overwhleh which was M a RUI suit of ofoerle ofoveralls
overalls The outfit outt wan such fuch as 1 might be beused b beused
used oerle by a I yachtsman yachRman or a man out fishing fishingfor fshing fshingror fishingror
ror sport There were lr no papers but tho thosilver thoslher theslIver
silver Bpr tag on the key kr ring rng papm was WW engraved engravedSlg enlrave engravedSig
Slg Klein 5052 5G52 Third Thr avenue Manhat Manhattan Manhattan Manihattan ¬
tan tanI
tanTattooed Tattooed Tator on tho left IC arm nr are re an eagle eale and andan nndan andFin
an American Amrr flag fag and on o the right rght arm an ananchor anachor ananchor
I anchor anchorNo achor anchorNo
No man of this thl name or description dcrpton isknown Is Isknown IsI
known at thn t th hI Third 1hlm avenue nnt address addressWorst ardre ardreWorst addressWorst
Worst Half HalfFelsNaptha Hal HalFels HalfFelsNaptha
FelsNaptha Fels Naptha saves half of ofwashday ofworst ofwashdaythc
washday washdaythc the worst halfNo half halfNo hal
No hot fire fre no hot water very verylittle ver verylittle
little ltte rubbing rbbing The soaking doesmost does doesmost doesmost
most of the work workFclaNapthi workFellNaptha workFelsNapth
FclaNapthi Philadelphia Phldelph PhldelphV
I 3 V >
Nervy Nlny Third Tr Baseman Balman of the Yonken YonkenTeam YonkenTeam YonkersTam
Team Cheered Crred by Spectators SpectatorsNEW Spcttn SpcttnNEW SpectatorsNaw
NEW RCBLL ROCHEIUE N Y Aug 14 aWih aWihblsllg 14With 14Withhis With Withhis
his blsllg leg broken In two places plac Michael Mlohl Whalen Whalenthird When Whenthird Whalenthird
third baseman bman for tho Yonkers team tea put puthis puthis putbls
his man out and won the championship championshipgame cbaplolhlp cbaplolhlpgame
game of ball bal between b twPn the Yonkers team teamand tm tmad teamand
and ad the Rough Riders Rider of New Rochelle Rochelleat Rochele Rocheleat
at Dillon Dion Park this afternoon afteroon Five Fivethousand Fivethou8nd Fivethousand
thousand thou8nd people pp e saw law Whalen stick stc to his hlapost hi hispost
post pot and display his wonderful nerve nerveWhen nervE nerveWhen
When the spectators spatom heard hrr that his leg legwas legWI legwas
was WI broken they sprang Iprng to theirfeet thelrfet and andcheered andchtre andcheered
cheered chtre him enthusiastically enthu8iltaly Whalen Whalenattempted Whalenntempte Whalenattempted
attempted ntempte to rise rl e to acknowledge ackowlego the to cheers cheersbut cbeer cheershut
but Held fell relback back and had to be b carried cre off of the thaHeld thefeld thefield
HeldFor feld
For many may months there has hl been bn much muchfeeling muchfOJng muchfeeling
feeling fOJng between btwon the Yonkers and Rough RoughRiders RoughRidom RoughRiders
Riders teams Todays game was WI to de decide do docde dodde ¬
cde cide the championship of Westcheater Westcheatercounty Wctchostr Wctchostrcunty Westchestercounty
county cunty and It drew an immense Immens crowd crowdThe crowdThe crowdThe
The score scre was 9 to 8 in favor of or Yonkers Yonkcrain Yoncl
in the last la t half of tho ninth Inning The TheRough Te TeRough ThefloughRiders
Rough floughRiders Riders Rlder had two men out and Ind a man manon manon manark
on second scond base b The batter bator knocked knocke a agrounder agrunder agrotinder
and tho second attempted attemptedto
grounder grunder man on scond Itepted Iteptedto
to make mae third thIr base bae He le ran into Whalen Whalenknocked WhaleD Whalcnknocked
knocked knoke him down dow and ad broke his hil log logWhile logWhio legWhile
While Whio Whalen Wh len was WI falling alng the Yonkers Yonkersfielder Yonkei Yonkersflelder
fielder ielder drove the ball bl to third thir Whalen Whalensaw WhalenIW Whalensaw
the ball coming reached caught caughtit
saw IW bl rchod up cught cughtIt
it and put his man out He le was wa removed removedto rmove
to the New ew Hochello Hochlle Hospital Hopial where Dr DrRoberta DrRobrtl DrRoberts
the fracture Coroner Wlesen Wlesendanger Wiesendanger
Roberta Robrtl set st fractur Wlen Wlendan
danger dan r of Yonkers Yonker took tok Whalen Whaen home in incariage acarriage a acarriage
carriage carriageCAR cariage cariageCR carriageCAR
11lD When a Live Lvo Wire Ire Drooped Dropd on a Coney Coneybund Cone Conebland CosreyIsland
bund Train Tin at New York YorkAs YorkAs YorkAs
As a Conoy Island lalad train tai pulled ple up at atthe atthe atthe
the Manhattan Manhatt end of the Bridge about aboutB
B oclock oclok last I t night one of the light lightjumpers lght lghtjumrs lightjumpers
tho of Insulated wire wireare wireare
jumpers as 1 loops Ilulat wie wieare
are called calo which connect connet the electric eletrle light lightcircuits lght lghtcrcuis lightcircuits
crcuis circuits of successive uccrlshe earn ca became beae unfas unfastened unf unftenM unfatened ¬
tened and Ind the loose 1008 end swung swng down the thsbare thebare
bare copper coppr of its iA tip tp touching the Iron Ironnates irongates
falC gates There wits s a flash flh of fireworks treworks fora for
a second leond until unt tho lever man on o duty In his hlalittle hl hislittle
ltle little sentry 8pntr box over tho tracks cut ct out outthat outthat
that that section Rcton of the third thir rail ral While Whie the thesparks thsparks ta
IPlks parks were ere flying frlnf tlyingJoseph Joseph J oep Dunn of 33 Sev Seventh 8evnth ¬
enth nth street had his face scorched and a hole holeburned holeburned
burned In his coat Mrs Annie Crudier Crudierof
of 528 East Seventeenth street was carried carriedaff
aff tT the car badly frightened frightenedDIED frightenedDIED
iARDNEROn Friday ErjdayAur Aur 12 IBM O Canton CTntoaGardner CantonGardner
Gardner GardnerKuneral Gardner1uneral
Kuneral service at hlj late residence 416 North NorthHeach NorthIteacti
Heach M Illrbmond Hill L I I on Tuesday TuesdayAur TuesdayAug
Aur IB at 418 i5 p t it Train leaves Lone IslandCity Island IslandCity
City at S4S r M Interment at CongressIonal ConcresslonalCemetery CongressIonalCenteten
Cemetery Washington I C on Wednesday WednesdayWiMnrton Wednesdaytaatilmftoa
WiMnrton papers please copy copyVAISWHIfillTOn nopyvAIWttlCtTOfl
VAISWHIfillTOn Aur 14 IKM at MJ Union at atIlpwklyn atlroki
Ilpwklyn lroki > fl William Walnwrlgbt of Rockawtr RockawtrHeach IOCkWs7leach
leach need M CRPars CRParsNotice years yearsNotice
Notice ot funeral hereafter hereafterCEMRTEUIEB hereafterEMhtTERiEL
Great rsst rinUwn Cemetery Beautiful prtrati prtratilatlon prtvatitatloa
latlon tmltdln bizItdiflr ot Vermont granIte 46 W slit StPE1ONAIA St StPEIWONALA
A RIIADUATE of Cornel Medical Collere Colle with withne withIn
In ne and a half years experience In Dellevue Ilospital Ilospitalould 1opltatould
ould like to correspond with any party br par paries parIe ¬
Ie ies contemplating a trip abroad lone cmlw oramp or oramp
amp life of from mm one to three months rood ret retraces refcares ¬
races and charges nominal Address Dr L W
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