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l rOLe OL LXXJNQ 358 35 58 I NEW YORK YORKTUESDAY YUESDAY TUESDAY AUGUST 23 1904 1904Co 19O4Copvcht ll ll ooi 4ibJlr by TM8unPrinfln BIIPrlnll ondPubUAng lncfPllbt Aoclallo PRICE TWO CENTS
I I WEINSEIHER VEINSEIMERHITTING HITTING BACK BACKGIVEN BACKeI BACKeBrIlmOE
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BrIlmOE J IPINCI AGAINST EMPLOYERS EUPLOYEnSOlJfN EMPLOYERSGIIEN
GIVEN TO IllS PROSECUTOR PROSECUTORFormal IROSEOUTORt PROSECUTOREnrm2I
t Formal Demand Made for or the uiew Indlotmen Indlotmenof
w of Members of a Trade Attoolatloi Attoolatloifor
4 for Coniplraey Coneplraryftont Wont Set et Diamond Dlamoni1HII DiamondIhll Diamond1IIII
1HII Free rtr but May ltla Lead to Pnwecn Pnwecnlions PICIItulIomUllanol1 Proiecui
i lions lIomUllanol1 Alllinoo Back Bukof of the Move MoveTho MoveTim I t tTho
Tho prosecution pro ooutlon of Diamond Phil PhilVlntelmer Ph11j
fi j WIln Vlntelmer > lmcr president of the Building BulldlnjTrndo BuildingTrnde4
y Trndo < Alliance on tho charge of extor extortion extortion extortion ¬
tion IH not to pasa without a determine determineeTort dotermlnedJi determinedeTort
Ji eTort Ixslng mado by his ht counsel who whiiiko
iiko 111 11 1 represent rcprc cnt tho Building Trades Al AlIlnnco AIIInn qj1liinc
Ilnnco IInn to show that certain employers employersshould employerahollld employersl1OUIi
should al nbo o l he > o criminally prosecuted A Amass A itu
1 u 1 mass ma of evidence to tills t J end was wn submitted submittecyiwterday submittedJ subm1tedyiterlflY
J yiwterday to the theD18trlct District Attorney am amlie and andho andho
ho was wn askod to Ib corfsldor whether or noi noiit not notit notit
it could bo used by him as a basis for the thicriminal the thecriminal thecriminal
criminal prosecution of certain employers employersThe
The evidence was road over by Assistant AsststaniDistrict ABslst4ntDi AssistantDistrict
District Di trlct Attorney Attorne Bands Rand who prosecuted prosecutecSam prosecutedSam
Sam Parks and sent himto the jail In whlol whlolhe whlohhe
he died Mr Ir Rand will have active charge ohargiof ohargeof
I of tho prosecution of Weingelmer Alter Afteireading AlterrMdlng Afterreading
reading the evidence submitted by Weln Welnpelmers WelnFeimerlI VeinteLmers
pelmers counsel Mr Rand said ho wanted wantecmore wantedmore wantedmore
more and was told that more would tx txproduced be beproduced b bproduced
produced producedThe
The bundle of evidence was taken to the thiDistrict theFtrlct thelttr1ct
District Ftrlct Attorneys office by Frank Adam AdamAcer Adamccr AdamAcer
Acer ccr manager of the Peoplos Security SecurityCompany SecurityCompnny SecurityCompany
Company and J C Toolo of tho same com company compliny cornpany ¬
pany who represent Wetnsolmer They Theywere Thoyl Theywere
l were accompanied by J J Ryan a lawyer lawyerwho lawyerwho lawyerwho
who conies con om from western New York where whereho wherfho whereho
ho has hn been h > Cn In Democratic politics and whcli who whoh
li now connected with tho Peoples Security SecurityCompany SecurityCompany SecurityCompany
Company CompanyIt
It was thought in some quarters that the theobject theohJect theobject
object of the move was to scare off o the prose prosecutors proaecutors prosecutors ¬
cutors of Wcinselmer But this was u denied deniedand deniedand deniedand
and JJ J J 1 Daly chairman of the press com committee commltteo cornmittee ¬
mittee of tho Building Trades Trad Alliance Allfancepractically AprancepracllC4l1y Alliancepractically
practically admitted that the alliance was waiassisting WIUIIlESlstlng wasI
I assisting in presenting pr entlng the th evidence evidenceIf
tl I If f the evidence was taken to the District DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney for the thepurpole purpose of having some someeffect someeffect omertr
effect rtr t on the prosecution of Welnselmer Welnselmerit
it failed signally Just now there is a afeeling arrellng aecling
feeling In the District Attorneys offloc offlocI omoeIhat offlothat
I hat the case ca eagalnlltDlamondPhn against Diamond DlamondPbIl Phil is as asrang aarong asrong
rong if not stronger than was the case coseagainst caselllIln8t casegainst
against Sam Sam Parks when it was first taken takenup takenliP takenup
up liPr
r Acer cer Toole and Ryan went to the District DistrictAttorneys Districttlorneys DistrictAttorneys
Attorneys office with the evidence yester yesterday yosterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon by appointment Early EarlyIn
In the morning one of them had called up upMr upIr upMr
Mr Ir Rand and told him that they had some someImportant someimportant omeImportant
Important matters which they th oy wanted wantedo
10 o lay before b fore him Mr Rand told them themto
to come along In his h1 long dealings with withlabor withlabor withlabor
labor graft charges Mr Rand baa accumu accumulated aooumulated accumulated ¬
lated much valuable Informa Information lon and ex experience experience oxperlonce ¬
perience perienceThe
The trio came Mr Acer carrying a big bigbundle bigbundle
f a bundle under his arm The bundle con contained contalnedthe contamed ¬
tamed talnedthe the evidence If the size of the roll rollindicated ronIndicated rollindicated
indicated anything there was Iota of It ItThe I IThe itThe
The conference confer noe lasted an n hour h urand and a half halfDuring halfDurIng halfDuring
During that time Mr Rand read over the thedocuments thedocumentapreaented thedocumenta
I IquesUolUI
documents documentapreaented presented to him and asked askedquestions askedquestions
questions Requests Reque ta to him to do certain certainthings certainthings certainthings
things were were made which ho turned down downand doWnand downa
a and other thing wore suggested which he hesaid heI hesaid
I said he would wouldtake take e under underadmemmt underadmemmtAfter advisement advisementAfter
After the conference Mr Toole was u asked askedIf
It he and his companions l hadnt left with withMr withl1r Withitr
Mr Rand evidfboe tending to show that thateertaln thateertain thatcertain
certain employers had been guilty of black blacklisting blaoklJIting blacklisting ¬
listing and using unfair methods against againstunion againstunion againstunion
union men He said that was about right rightJ rightHavent
l J Havent Hanntcertaln certain contractors been beeDaCCUtled beeDaCCUtledof accused accusedof
of conspiring against agaln t other contractor contractorhe eontraotor1lhe contractor7he
he was asked askedYes I1kOOYes askedYea
Yes he said Many of the contractors contractorsor
or employers are not ot contractors at all allThey allThey allThey
They are simply agents for fora a combination combinationMr
Mr 1r Acer while not being very explicit explicitwent explicitwent expllcitwent
went more Into detail about the conference conferencethan conterencethan conferencethan
than did his partner He said saidTho saidTho aldTheoonaplr4oy
Tho Theoonaplr4oy conspiracy provisions provl lon of the Penal PenalCode Penl1lCode PenalCode
Code have heretofore been used In labor labormatters labormattera labormatters
matters exclusively as a weapons Weapo in tho hands handsof
I of the employers as against organized organizedlabor organizedlabor organizedlabor
labor Now things have come to our at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention which indicate that a fair demon demonitratlon demonItratlon demonstratlon
itratlon of the criminal orlmlnai law makes neces necessary neOei neOei8ry neoesar ¬
sary ar the prosccutipq proaccuU Qof of certain parties partieswho pArtieswho partieswho
who have been beenproD prominent inent in the employers employersend I Iend
end of this labor controversy controversyEvidence oontroverayI oontroverayEvidence controversyEvldenco
Evidence along alOngthooe these lines was w sub submitted subf subnflted ¬
I mitted to the District Attorney today todayJ
f I J 1 and wo are arosatiefled satisfied atls cd that prompt and effec effective etreoIho efteotivo ¬
tive action acUonwlll will will be betaken taken by bisoffice his oMce to toenforce tonrorce toenforce
enforce th the law Il w against ag8in t Illegal combina combinations comblna110M combinations ¬
tions which restrain trade and prevent preventlaboring preventlaborinjt preventisboring
laboring men from pursuing their call calling ca1lInlt calllag ¬
lag within the city cityWe cityWe cityWe
We do not at this thlstlme time consider it ad advisable ad18blo advlsablo ¬
visable to go into the particulars partlcu1 1r of these thesematters thesematters thesemattets
matters as they will soon become matters mattersof
of public record recordFrom reoordFrom recordp
I I
p From what Mr Rand had to 0 say it is evi evident evident evldent ¬
dent that Mr Acer and his associates na ociatc hope hopeto
to formulate a conspiracy charge against againstone
one or more employers Mr Rand said saidthat raidthat aIdIhat
that Mr Ir Acer and his companions consulted consultedhim consultedhim consultedhim
him n all attorneys for Welnselmer Weln el er He Hewas HeI
I was asked If there had been any talk about aboutunions aboutunions aboutunions
unions being used as a club by an em employers employer ampioyers ¬
ployers organization to bring other em employers omployer cmloyersoutsido ¬
ployers loyersoutsido outside of oUhe the fold into tho thoorganiza thoorganization organiza organization organization ¬
tion tionYes r
Yes > s said Mr Rand that was die discussed dlsCUJ dieCussed ¬
cussed cussedUnderstand CUJ Cussedl7nderatand ef efUndlrstnnd
Understand now ho continued I Iam II Itl
tl I I am not speaking of tho Building Trades TradesEmployers TradeaEmploers TradesEmployers
Employers Association Each trade I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think has its masters mastcrsVIIIOolation owooiation The mas masters magteNl mastere ¬
ters association in certain trades has ha used usedthe ullCdtho usedthe
the union in those trades trad as to force the hand handof handtof handof
of an employer who would not join tho as association asmociation J JIIOOlation ¬
sociation I think that was shown in TilE TUBBUN TilESUN TIlEliCK
BUN on Sunday in tho decision by Magis Magistrate Magitrale Magistrate ¬
trate Ommon In the proceedings against againstthe
the th Journeymen Stonecutters Associa Association AlISOClalion Association ¬
tion and the Employing Stonecutters StonecuttersAssociation Stonecutterso6oclatlon StonecutternI
I Association o6oclatlon There it was shown that thatthere thotthere thatthere
there was an agreement agr ment between the em employers employora emPlOyOre ¬
ployers and the journeymen fixing a mini minimum minimum minimum ¬
mum price on contracts 10 per cent of ofwhich otIhlch ofwhich
which went Into tho treasury of the em employerh em1loerf emllOYers
ployerh association and 10 per cent Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the union treasury Of course that par parcelled par11M parcelled ¬
celled 11M out the contracts so So that a man out outtide outaide outside
tide of the union didnt have a chance chanceMagistrate chanceIaglslrate chancei
i 3 Magistrate Ommon In the case of the thostonecutters Ihosloneutters the5tofleutters
stonecutters has held some me men for con conspiracy conspircy consPiracy ¬
spircy spiracy Acer and hU hi people pplo say 1 that thatthU thatthL thatt1iL
thU thL custom obtains In every evl one of tho thounions thoUlons theunions
unions Ulons in the building Luldlng trades In con conference conferenco conferenco ¬
ferenco with Ith me he named nmed ono ono union in inparticular Inparticular inparticular
particular I do not notlntod Intend at this thl time to totell toj totell
tell tllhe the name of that tha union They Theyhowe showed showedJno
I t j Inn IO papors Jnprs and nd documents dome whloh they be beliovo beUve beliavo
C liovo Uve will wi provo that chargo I didnt didntbelieve didntLcle didntbelieve
believe Lcle that tht there was wa enough oough evidence evidenceand evidenceand evidenceand
and told them that I wanted Iwant to tosee see more moreNow moreNo more2ow
Now No until unti there is I a final nw decision deciion In tho thoMonecuttors thoItonouterl theItonecutlors
Monecuttors Itonouterl case cal I feel fei ccl that there U little littlereason Littlereason te
reason 18 for going 801 ahead ahe with wltba a similar slU case caseespecially cu caseespecially
especially Cplly on o onsimfiar similar si lines linesAfter Ue Linesffr
l After Ar ffr the ° thlave throe lawyers bad bdt their talk talkWSj t tf
WSj f P ya 4
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wih with Mr Rand theywent they went to tho offices ofc o othe of ofUePeplos ofthe
the UePeplos Peoples Security Serity Company Compny There Therthey Therethey
they had another long conference conferewlh conferewlh1lmerodd will willWeinsolmer withWeinseimeradd
Weinsolmer Weinseimeradd 1lmerodd and John Jo J JDay Daly of tho Build Building Buid BuidIng Buildlng
ing Tradea Tnde Alliance Allno There Ther was u a star starthat story storythat
that Welnselmerft Welfelmer1 counsel counel had brought ni nioffer an anofforto anoffer
offer offorto to Mr Mi Rand Rnd that Diamond Dlmord Phil Philwould Phi Philwouic
would wold wouic make a confession oonfeo and turn tur State Stateevidence Statesevidence
me Sttoa Sttoaevlde
evidence evlde c divulging the secrets sera of his hi or organization orgaizton organizatlon
ganization gaizton and ad somo things about abut the em employcirs emploYOr employcrs
ploycirs This was Wi denied by Mr Rand Raniand Rnd RndInd Randand
and Ind also by Welnselraers Welnlmers counsel counselAfter COunsclter counselAfter
After ter Welnselmer Welpeler Ills hs counsel counel and Dal Dalhad Daly Dalyhad Dalyhad
had had hd a long talk Daly was w asked if an anprominent any anypromiet anyprominent
prominent promiet employers employer had been hn named li lithe In Inthe inthe
said saidI the evidence evidenc I II submitted ubmite to Mr Rand Hi Hisaid le leald He Hesaid
I Well theres th r one thing certain crialn we an annot are arenot arenot
not fishing fshing for killies killiesWelnselrner kIIM kIIMWel klliiosWoinseimer
Welnselrner Wel ler will I be arraigned nrlgne before beforeJudge beforoJuKe beforeJudge
Judge JuKe Kewburgor Neburger today to plead pled to the thiindictment theIndictment theindictment
indictment charging him with extorting extortng
170 2700 from Qeorgo OergoJ J Essig a boss bO plumber plumboat plumborat
at 29 2 2 Hancock Hancok place ple for calling calng off ol a strlkion strike strikeon trlkeon
on the new Chataworth Cha worh apartment house houf houfat houseat houwat
at Seventysecond Seentyseond street and Riverside RiversideDrive Rherldo RherldoDrive RirersidoDrive
Drive Weinseiraors counsel will 11 make i imotion a amoton amotion
motion moton to inspect Inspet the minutes of the OrandJur Grant GrantJury GrandJury
Jury Jur and he will wi plead plod not guilty guiy It I was waihinted washinted washinted
hinted around aroud the Criminal Clmnul Courts COlrta Building Buildlnfthat Bulding Buldingthat Buildingthat
that eminent counsel cotn nselwillbe el will 11 be employed employe to de defend defed defend
fend fed Welnselmer but this thll was denied bj bjMr by byMr byMr
Mr Toolo who said saidAll sldi sldiAli saidAll
All we ask ak for Is l a 1 speedy ape trial trl We d dnot do donot donot
not contemplate contempllte calling calng in I other counsel counselbut cOU1 counselbut l lbut
but we 0 will w1 do everything everthing to protect prott our outclient ourlet ourclient
client let under tho law lawIn lawIn lawIn
In an indefinite Indeflteway way counsel for Weln Welnsolmer Welnslmer Weinmimer
solmer slmer have said 6ld all along that there was waitrouble waatroble wastrouble
trouble troble ahead aed for the employers employersThis employersT18 employersThis
This T18 U I only oly the skirmish skns line Ine Mr Acer Aceisaid Acersaid Acersaid
said yesterday yesteray Do you know kow that the thelast thelaRt thelast
last statement that Sam S Parlts Parksmado mado mae on hitdeathbed his hisdeatbe hisdeathbed
deathbed deatbe was wa that the first lrat piece p ee of dirt dirtmoney dity ditymone dirty dirtymoney
money mone he ever received rive came from a man macwho manwh manwbd
who wh is 1 now no a leader leaer in the building buiding trades tradesagainst tradesagainst
against organized oganie labor laborTOnNAD laborTORNADO
1 TORNADO TOnNAD WIPES JfPES OUT A TOWN TOWNThree TOWNnr TOWNThreb
Three nr Killed HUld < and nd Fifty Fn Persons Ptrnl Injured InjuredIB iJrd iJrdWleW njuredLu
IB Willow WleW Lakes Lke 8 D DBnrANT DBRYAN UBnrr
BnrANT BRYAN S D Aug ug n 22Te 22The The town tow of ofWillow ofwmow ofWillow
Willow Lakes Lke is nearly nerly In I ruins ris and over overhalf overhal overhalf
half hal of Bryant Brat is destroyed M the result reult of ofa ofa ofa
a tornado torao on Saturday Stnnay night nlglt Railway Railwayservice Railwayseric Railwayservice
service seric on the St Paul road ro baa been be aban abandoned abandoe abandoned ¬
doned doe and ad telegraph tlegrpb communication onulcaton over overthe overthe overthe
the State has h8 been ben interrupted Itpt The Te storm stormcentre strm strmcontre stormcentre
centre was near Willow Wlow Lakes Lke a town tow of
450 41 inhabitants inhabitantsThree Ibbltts IbblttsT inbab1taitsTee
Three T persons peon were wer killed ked there ere and more morethan lore lorethan morethan
than one hundred hundre persons are injured injuredand Injur Injurand injuredand
and it is feared fored the bodies boie of many dead de are areIn art ar arIn
In the ruins rln A tornado tornao cloud was righted rightedhere rightedhereSaturday Iht
here hereSaturday Saturday Bturday afternoon but butae butseemed seemed to veer veeroff ver verof veeroff
off of and go westward et ar At At t night nigt following followinga
a sudden burst of hail halthe the tornado torado struck struckBryant struckBryant trck trckBrant
Bryant Brant and Willow Wio Lakes Lke Lightning Lghtng fired firedthe fir firedthe
the ruins rs which the wind storm strm had h razed razedto
to the ground groundThe gound goundThe groundThe
The storm str twister tler gtruck strck Willow Wlo Lakes Lakesabout Le Leautg Lakesabout
autg about 0 oclock oclo All Al four tou grain elevators elevatorswere levator levatotawere
were We destroyed dMye and ad the churches cbUhe razed razedto red redto
to the ground gund The railroad station etton was wastorn wastorn IUI IUItor
torn tor bodily bUy bodllYfmrn from fr Ita foundation b foudaUon ra and after afterbeing ater aterbng afterbeing
being bng carried oed through thuh the te air arfor airfor for fifty fify feet feetwas fet feetwas I Iwa
was wa deposited delte on the theouterside outer outre aide of the e tracks tracksScores trk tracksScores
Scores Br of houses hou were wer picked up u by the wind windand windaD windand
poe
and aD hurled huled to the te ground gund Barns Br and ad out outhouse outhOU outhouses ¬
house hOU were wer smtJihed sthe tahed to t splinters Iplnte many manybouses ma manyhouses
houses unroofed fhe tb hotel and
huse unrfe bte ad creamery creamerywrecked crer creamerywrecked
wrecked Wre and the bank i badly b4ly damaged damagedScarcely daaged daagedBly damagedScarcely
Scarcely Bly a house hoU tas ias U loft let standing stnding on its itsoriginal Is Isorigl itsoriginal
original origl foundations fOalo08 and few fe escaped escapedwithout ecape escapedwithout
without wihout injury injuryWillow Iu InjuryWiiloy
Willow Wlo Lakes Les Woro WOI the storm tn had h a ftbank aba abank
bank ba a weekly wekly paper ppr a hotel hotl creamery creamerythroe crer creamerythree
throe thr churches chuhe and a four grain gr elevators elevatorsThe elevatoraThe elevatorsThe
The property proprty loss lO may my reach raoh SO SOBLAOK 000000 000000BLACK 000000IJLACK
BLACK BANDNOTE HAND NOTE FROM WOMAN WOMANOr
Or a Fool Says Sy Jersey Jtn qty Man Who 1bo It ItAsked I Iki IsAsked
Asked ki ror 800 800Cle uo000 uo000Charles oooo ooooCharles
Charles Cle Kreiger Kreger who keeps kep a adry dry dr good goodsstore goodator goodstore
store ator in Washington Wahgn street stt Jersey Jery City Cityopposite Cityoppit Cityopposite
opposite oppit the t post po office omc received rive the fol following following following ¬
lowing letter in the first frst mail mal yesterday yesterdaymorning yetray yetraymornig yesterdaymorning
morning morningKRIQSR mornig morningKaloan
KRIQSR A man will wl be In your etore tonight tonightat tonlabta
at a 8 oclock Hand him soooo Mo and nor say sayaword eayaword saya
aword a word or If you 01 do Iwill I wi kill ki you and your yourwife yourwie yourwife
wife wie BLACK HAND HANDX HADxx
X xx xxThe X XI XTo
1 1The
The To letter wa wu written wttn in a feminine femininebond femiine femiinehad feminineband
bond had The dry d goods go man m hurried hurie around aroundto aud audto
to the First precinCt prln t station saton and told tld Acting ActingPolice Actng ActngPoo ActingPolico
Police Captain Cpt Wade Wao of the letter let He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was sure Iro it had ha been bo written wtten by a woman womanor
or A 1 darn da fool fol he couldnt tell tel which whichNo whichNo whichNo
No Black Blk Hand who wjio understood underto his hisbusiness hishuslnl hisbusiness
business huslnl he said Bld would wjo announce annonc that thathe thathe thatho
he was coming around to my store at a acertain aoertan acertain
certain oertan hour bor for money He would know knowthat l0w l0wthat knowthat
that I would have a cop on hand to take takecare takocnre takecare
care cnre of him himKreiger blmKreiger himErelgor
Kreiger said Bld he wasnt wlnt worried but he hehoped hehop hehoped
hoped Wade would Vould ouId send ud a roan ma around aroundto
to hop his store at 8 oclock oclok to greet ret any luna lunatic lunnto luautic ¬
tic to who was foolish foollb enough to suppose suppos he hewould hewould hewould
would hand hd out ISOOOO 0 A police plioe officer officerwas omcera ocer ocerwas
was a on o deck dok lost lt night but no agent aget of the theBlack theBlak theBlack
Black Blak Hand put in an appearance appearancejoke appnce appnceBme appearanceSome
Bme Some people have a funn funny idea of a aJoke ajoke
joke said ald the dry goods gos man Its Is no nojoke noJoke nojoke
joke to demand demad more money than tha a man manhas manhs manhis
has hs and threaten threten to murder him and his hiswife hlawl hiswife
wl wife
LACKAWAXXAS LCKAJA L4CKAW4NNASFORCE A FORCE jORCE CUT CUTOne CUTOne CUTOne
One Man Jlan Taken TklD onr OI All Al Trains Tins Except ExceptThose Extpt ExtptTol ExceptThose
Those Tol In Passenger Plrnser Service ServiceScnANTON SnIt ServiceScUANvON
ScnANTON SCRANN Pa Aug 22 22There There W 1 ii talk of ofa ofa ofa
a strikeamong strike among tho trainmen and conduc conductors conduotors conductore ¬
tors of the Laokawonna Lokawana Railroad because becauseof bU80 bU80of
of the action of the company oompay hero hereto today todayin y yIn
in laying off one trainman from each crew crewmaking crw crwmaklnl crewmaking
maklnl making through trips trip except excpt on passenger passengertrains plenger plengertrain passengertrains
trains trainsThis train trainsThis
This throws the extra work on the con conductor conduotor conductor ¬
ductor and the other trainmen and they theyasserted theylert theyasserted
lert asserted today todn that they would refuse refuseto rfu
to do it Tho company complY says the Introduc Introduction Introduoton Introduction ¬
ton tion of the air brake on coal cal und ud freight freighttrains fright frighttrlM freighttrains
trlM trains renders rnder Jho he services srlO of the te third thirdtrainman thirdtrnmn thirdLralnrnan
trainman trnmn unnecessary unnecessaryLASSOED unnOsary unnOsaryL4S0RD unnecessaryLASSOED
LASSOED L4S0RD A 4 l SWORDFISH SWORDFISHt SlfORnFISItTe
Te Tile t Crew Crw of a Schooner fehoonrr tillpped llpprd the he Rope RopeOver RopeOver Gpe GpeOr
Over Its Ie It Tall TallBOSTON Tl TailBOSToN
BOSTON DO TON Aug 22 2npt 2Cnpt Copt Benjamin Benamin Good Goodin Go Goodwin
win in of the fishing fstng schooner shooner Thomas Thoma Knight Knightlys KrughtMYI Knightsays
MYI says lys while whlo he was wai va coming comng across acro the Bay Rayestcrday Bayc Bayyesterday
yesterday c try the crew cew sighted slghta a swordfish swordflshpparenlly sword swordfishapparently h happarenty
apparently apparenty asleep asep on the surface sur6C of the therater thewater thewater
water Tho helmsman mado for it and as asho A astho
tho Knight Klht ran by ly Edward Ewar Peterson Petern and andohn ad adJohn andJohn
John ohn Firth Frh slipped slpplt a noose n008 over the tall tnl of ofho oftho ofthe
the ho fish fishThe fishThe Rh RhThe
The crew tried to haul it It on board boar but buthe butt butthe
t the he fish fBh struggled stgglo HO f hard ha that tho tie te slipped slippedlittle slPed slPednllttle slippeda
nllttle a little and It got back to the water There Theret Ttero TteroIt
It t made a gallant Mollnt light fght but two dories dorl wore woreowerod werelowered ore orelowero
lowered lowero mae and after nearly two bourn hOUN of ofIghting offghtng offighting
fighting fghtng tho fish flh was wal hoisted on board boardiothlng boar boardNothing
Nothing Notig saved the dories dorl and the schooner schoonercom shooner shoonerfrm schoonerfrom
frm from com attack attk 8Ve by the fish sh but tho fact factthat that tt Its Itatwq ItstmIlwgi Itsftilwim
ftilwim hold holdUht tight by the pooeen4oouId pooeen4oouIdnot noose and could couldot 00 u I
not pound twq ot be used U The swordfish sO J00 sW weighed t j its 491pound 9
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NO HOSTRIKE STRIKE ON ONTHE THE ELEVATED BLBV ELEVATED1AIISIJNDEItSTANDINGS ELEVATEDMISUNDERSTANDINGS AT D DJIISlNDEJITAND
MISUNDERSTANDINGS JIISlNDEJITAND NGHAJE HAVE AL ALBEEN AU AUBEE ALLBEEN
BEEN BEE CLEARED OIEAnED AWAY AWAYLong AWAYLne AWAYLoflg
Long Lne Service Snlo on the Old Ol Boad MO Dd d Will I Count ConnIn Cout CoutIn CountIn
In Getting Gttu Pisces P on the New NeW Subway Subwaybnt 8n Subwaybut
but Not Afterward Mtu1rdJ Afterwardli 1ft Minute IIDutelk IIDutelki Tall TallWill TalkyIIi
Will i SatUfy 8tlt tlsty All Al Says 8 E P Bryan BryanAs Oln OlnAa BryanAs
As a result r ult of a conference yesterday yesterdayafternoon YQsterdayaferoon ycsterdayafternoon
afternoon aferoon between btwen representatives rrentUve of thielnvated the theJaat theelsvoted
elnvated Jaat railway raiway employees employe empioyeesandE and ad EPBryan EPBryanvicepresident E P Bra Bravlceprldent Bryan Bryanvicepresident
vicepresident vlceprldent and ad general manager maager of the thiIntcrborougn thoInterborgh theInterborough
Intcrborougn Interborgh Rapid Rpid Transit Trnsit Company Companyan Conany Conanyan Conpanyan
an understanding undertnding was reached rohe whr w wal whrsby whrsbyall b ball
all al danger of o a strike on the elevated I Isuch If Ifsuch
such danger really rely ever existed exst way w wa fc fcall to toall
all al Intent Intnt and purpose averted There Theris Tere TereI Theres
is I s to be banot another er conference this morning mornlniat moring moringnt
at 11 1 oclock olok Mr Ir Bryan said sid last night nighthat nightthat nightthat
that he had uo doubt dobt that tha all al matters mnter a aissue nt ntIe atIssue
issue Ie between betwen the company oompny and its em employoes employees employoes
minutes minutesThose minutesThose ployoes will I then be settled setted in fifteen flfteeiminutes ftn ftnmutes fifteenminutes
mutes
Those Th0e present plnt at yesterdays yesterays conference conferencewere conferencewere
were Mr Bryan and Mr Hedley H dl l y repre represeating reprosenting
seating 8jntlng tho Interbbrough company am amGeorge and andGeorge nd ndOeorgo
George E Pepper Peppr and a committee commltt repre representlng reprorenting
renting lntng tho local division dhllon of tho Amalga Amalgamated Amalga Amalgamat Amalgamated
mated mat Association A olaton of Street and Eleotrli EleotrliRailway Elotrlo ElotrloRaiway ElectrioRailway
Railway Raiway Employees Employe of America America The Te meet meetIng met metIg meetlag
lag Broadway Ig was wa held in Mr Bryans office otc at 181 181Broadway 1 1Broway 191 191Broadway
Broway i
We had a discussion which was as on ontlrely entry ontirely
dlcalon
tlrely try amicable in every evey way said Mr MrBryan MrBryan MrBryan
Bryan last night It I developed develope that the thiwhole thewhol thewhole
whole whol matter was wa the result reult of a mlsun mlsunderstanding munderstndlng misunderstanding
derstanding derstndlng as to the prop0e proposed application appllcatloiof applcton applctonor
of the seniority seniorty principle in regard rega to pro promotions promotions
motions moton As A the result r ult of our ou talk t it waimade was WMme wasmade
made me clear cle r that the th rule rlo rub of seniority snority in the thiservice the8rlce theservice
service 8rlce would woud apply in taking tng men from fronthe fromt fromthe
the t elevated elevat to the te underground undegroun llh Inthat Inthatmen linethat linethatmenof thai thaimenof
menof men of long service sece serviceon on the elevated elevaln olevatedIn In other otheiwords otherwor otherwords
words wor should shold have hvo the preference prferen over new newapplicants newappUcant newapplicants
applicants appUcant for places pl In the underground undergroundservice undergroundservics
service serce It I was also alo made mo clear cler that me meonce mea meaono rneaonce
once ono in the underground undereound service sc begat begatanew bgan bganan begananew
anew an again aain in the matter ate of seniority seruortthat seruortthatb senioritythat senioritythatis thai thaiU
U that all started even once on more mor senior seniority senlprity ¬
tt tte oe aonr aonrIty
ity in service srle on the elevated eleyat no longer longercounting longercountl longercounting
counting countl in the matter mattr of promotions promotoD In itthe Intbe inthe
the underground undegroun service serviceThe serviceThe erlce erlceThe
The elevated elevat seniority senioriy applies applM only ooyl la lagetting Ingetting
getting gettng places plao In the underground service servicePlaces servicePlaces la
Places PlaO in the underground undergound onoe obtained obtainedthe obtainedthe
the value of the elevated seniority soorty In i the thimatter thematl the thematter
matter matl of promotion becomes bme extinct ezttnotThere extn extnTbere extinctThere
There was some misunderstanding munderatdlne on thinpoint thin thl thIspoint
point pint and with wit it cleared clN away by the thoconference thecerence theconference
conference cerence of today toay there thor really raly remained remainedsubstantially remainedsubstantially
substantially ubtty nothing nolhlg at issue 1ue At th thconference the theconference theconference
conference we have hve at 11 1 oclock oclok tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning moring I think I am a justified jutf in saying that thattho thattho thatthe
tho whole matter will wU be b amicably loly syne settled settledup settledup
up in fifteen fftn minutes minutesChairman mnuto minutesChairman
Chairman Crman Pepper Peppr of the mons me com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee mitte said 8d in the most mot positive potvo manner mannerthat mannerthat
that there would woud be b no strike strikeTho stle stleThe strikeThe
The local lol members meb of the te Brotherhood Brotherhoodof
of Locomotive lmotve Engineers Egnera andtbo andte Brethe Brotherhood Brother Brotherhood ¬
hood ho of Lmotve Locomotive Firemen Fe 749 In num number number nurnbor ¬
ber held an a all day dy session tn yesterday yesterdayin yeste ay ayIn
in the Harlem Hrlem Arcade Ade at 311 21 li East Et 124th 124thstreet l 124thstreet th thatrt
street atrt and by a unanimous umou vote vot sustained sustainedthe
the action acton that tbt baa been taken ton so far by the thomembers themembers themembers
members of the executive executve board br chosen ohoen to torepresent t torepresent
represent rernt both bth bodies be A vote vot of con confidence en enence confidence ¬
fidence ence In i any future action aUon of this t board boardwas b boardwas
was wa also given givenThe givenThe givenThe
The action of the executive exeutlvo board ba up to tothe totho tothe
the present prent time tie has h consisted oonlted of trying tryln g to toarrange t toarrange
arrange ane a conference oonferce with wit the officials oml of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Interborough Interbrough company The execu executive 8xou 8xoutve exocutire ¬
tire board brd will wi hold a meeting metng at 8 oclock oclockthis ocok ocokth18 oclockthis
this afternoon aftrnoon in I the Harlem Arcade Arde but butIt butit I IIt
It 1s I certain that tht no drastic drto action will Yl be betaken betskn betaken
taken takenDROWNED tskn tsknDROWNED takenIJROWNED
DROWNED OFF BOSTON LIGHT LIGHTAttempt LIGHTAt LIGHTAttempt
Attempt At mpt to Pick Pck Up a Lost Lt list t Costs Cte the theLives theLh theUves
Lives Lh of Three ree Person PenoniBOSTON Ptrton PtrtonB08TON PersonBosToN
BOSTON Aug 22 22Three Throe persons were weredrowned weredrwned weredrowned
drowned drwned by tho capsizing cpslzgof of the te catboat catboatVision catbat catbatV18lon oatboatVision
Vision off or Boston Bston light lght this afternoon The Thevictims ThsIctm Thevictims
victims Ictm wore Carl Llnderqulst Lndenulst aged 40 40his 4 o ohis
his hil stepdaughter stepughter Mary Anderson Anderon aged ae 19 10and 19and 19and
and Rolf Jacobson aged 18 11 all of Cam Cambridge Cambrdge Cambridge ¬
Umlandt and Har Harriet Harriet liarnet
bridge brdge Carl aged 55 a ¬
riet Anderson aged age 17 1 were rescued ree by a adory ador adory
dory dor sent out by an Inward Inwar bound fishing flnhlngschooner flhing flhingschooner fishingschooner
schooner schoonerUmlandt schoonerUmlandt schoonerUmlandt
Umlandt hired hire the Vision at Quinoy Quinc this thismorning thlamorning thismorning
morning and sailed aaled her to toCity City Cit Point where wherehe wherohe wherehe
he took aboard abr the others and Ind they theystarted theystarte theystarted
started starte for an afternoons aftrnoons sail 11 When off offBoston of offBoston
Boston BOton light lght Umlandt lost lot his bl hat overboard overboardand overbord overbordand overboardand
and would have let it go had not the women womensaid womensid womensaid
said sid that It was 1S bad luck to lose lo it itUmlandt ItUmlandt ItUmlandt
Umlandt came about and ad started stated after afterthe afer aferthe afterthe
the hat While Whie sailing Baing by it everybody everybdy everybodymade everybodymadea made madea
a grab over the lee le rail rai for it Just Jut at atthat atthat atthat
that that moment a strong strqg puff pur capsized caplz tho thocraft thocraf thecraft
craft craf and she went down The tender tenderbroke tenderbroko tenderbroke
broke loose looe and the five fve people pple tried trie to toget t toget
get into it but in doing so 10 capsized Cplz the theboat thebat theboat
boat boatIJnderqulst bat boatLinderquist
batUnderqulst IJnderqulst and Jacobson Jacobon sank nk imme immediately Imme immediately ¬
diately Umlandt Umandt got hold of the two girls girlsand glrl girlsand
and tried trie to hold them up When he was wasgoing Wi wasgoing
going down for the third tblr time tie he released releasedhis relNe rekasedhis
hi his hold on Maryland Mayand Mnrya d she sank A moment momentlater mome momentlater t tlater
later tho fishing fhlng dory came up and saved savedthe savedthe ve
the remaining couple coupleONG coupleLOlG coupleLONG
LOlG LONG ONG CHASE AFTER RVNOVER RVNOVERlid RUNOIERChild
Child lid ld Slightly SUshty Hurt lurt but Police PoUe Want Owner Ownerof
of Buggy Driven by II Two Young ouns Men MenAlbert Ilen IlenAlbr MenAlbert
Albert Albr Biggie 22 2 years old of 402 East EastSeventyninth EastSeventyninth EastSeventyninth
Seventyninth street strot and William Wiiam latter latternan Iterman Laterman
man of 528 521 East Et Eightyfourth Eightyfourh street trt were wereirrested werearrested ere ereat
arrested at after a long chase cha lost Ilt night at atfinetysevonth ntNlnetysevonth atthotysevonth
finetysevonth street strt and ad Second Beond avenue avenueor avenuefor avenuefor
for or running rnlnn down threeyearold thryearold Henrlette HenrletteClayner Henriete HenrieteJnyner HenriettoKlnyner
Clayner Jnyner of 308 38 East Et 102d street stret Detectives DetectivesIteinkamp Dftecla DfteclaSteinkamp DetectivesSteinkamp
Steinkamp and Soromers Sommer of tho East Et 104th 104thtroet 10nhftrt 104thstreet
street ftrt station Itaton bad ha to pull pul their pistols be beore b belore
fore ore tho young men would slow slo up and andubmlt ad adsubmit andsubmit
submit to arrest aret The child was wal only onlylightly onlyIlghtyhurt onlyslightly
lightly Ilghtyhurt IlghtyhurtTho hurt hurtTho hurtThe
Tho child ohld was as playing In front of her hertome herhome herhome
home tome with wih tho children chidrn of Isaac 11 Yaegor Yaegorrho Yalger Yalgerwho Yaegerwho
who keeps keps a small mal store in the same build bullring bid bidIng building ¬
Ing ng She ran out In I front of the light lightihaeton lght lghtphaton lightphaeton
phaeton phaton in which the young YOlnl men were wereIrlvinjc weredriving ero erodrlvlni
driving drlvlni Yaeger chased after atr the men menvho me menwho
who ho whipped whipp up the horse hor and started startedlown strted strteddovn starteddown
down Second Seond avenue Policeman Polcema Costln Costlntaw Coatn CoatnBW Coetinsaw
taw BW them coming at 100th l0th street Itrlt and blew blewetectiyes ble blewhis
hi his whfllewhich whistle which attrltP attracted the noti notice of ofettye ofDetectiyes
etectiyes ettye Sommcrs Sommer and Hteinkamp H1Inknmp who whoere whower whowere
wer were ere on tho rear ror platform > ltorm of a southbound southboundxiond soutbound soutboundBond southboundSecond
Bond Second xiond avenue nnuo electric I etrlo car carThey ca carThey
They Thor jumped jumP off or and when the buggy buggyaught bugg buggycaught
aught cBgh up with wlththom them drew their thei revolvers revolvershe reolveraThe revolversThe
The he prisoners prisoner worn lr token ten to the Fast 104th 104thtreet l0t 104thstreet
street strt station Blnlon They said lald they had been beent bn bnat beenat
at at t Sulzers Harlem 1Irlcm They River Rver Park and ad loft lofthero lof loftthere
hero ther in tho buggy bugl with another man who whoumpod whojumped ho hoJum
jumped Jum out olt and escaped tOped when they thly ran raniver ra ranover
over tho little mUl girl lrl Laterman Ltnan said ad they theyThe
did not know what hlt the mnt mans name was wasTho A
The Tofrgeant sergeant sent Int out general af genfral alarm alarmo alar alarmto
10 o find fd the owner oWlrr of the horse h r and adbgl adbgle buggy buggyme
me e dtllfhU of Upntrealwrenw Upntreal Oebfdtbe Qvbec 954 the 8t 8tLwceU 81Lawrence
Lawrence wrenw wrenwu will astoolsa Uletra son HI rsw 70 ceusi ceusihas
LwceU tOG Ot
bu u Air Ad wvtn I e ro roAir ruk i1ta 1ckct flckc AgenU re wU Cpl elpllu elplluAd
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LEFT LEF IT TO O MISS Ml ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELMan ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTlUan ROOSEVELTMan
Man Bets Mooq SI O to Slooo 0 That Sh ShDidnt She Sheldnt SheD1dn
Didnt D1dn ldnt Wea taJ a Snake snke on Her Ilr Neck NeckINDIANAPOLIS Nelk NelkINJANAItB NeckINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS INJANAItB Aug ug 22 22Tho The report rert i ithe In Intho inthe
the newspapers new oprs that Alice Alc Roosevelt ovflt wi wiwearing was waswearing
wearing wearg a garter garer snake around her nee neeand nek nekaO neck neckand
and aO intended Inlene to introduce Introu the tle custom cutm int intWashington Into IntoWahlngton IntoWashington
Washington Wahlngton society Boloty has ha caused C4uO a grea greadeal grt grtdeal great greatdeal
deal of 0 comment cmmenttrm from newspapers newspprrs an anIndividuals and nndidividuals andindividuals
Individuals idividuals In Indiana Jndl nl1Amorg Among tho thowho tholo tholoho those thosewho
who ho have taken Illen interest InterCt in the story try in I Di DrS PrS
S W Edmonds of Cloahen OosenHe He is I a grea greaadmirer gret gretamirr groat groatadmirer
admirer amirr of tho President Proldent and an has ha pxpresan pxpresanindignation oxpreesed oxpreesedindignation
indignation Inignaton over tbo reports repr concerning ooricernlniMiss oncernlng oncernlngM concerningMiss
Miss M Roosevelt Roolovelt and her familiarity famiiarity with witlsnakes withInakM withsnakes
snakes snakesWhile InakM InakMWhlo snakesWhile
While Whlo discussing dl cMlng the matter mattr on the street streen streetin tret tretI
I in n Goshen Ooen today tday belief blef in the story BtOr was waiexpressed wl wasexpressed
expressed expllB by men mel in In the crowd cod and ad thi thidoctor the thodotr thedoctor
doctor dotr promptly offered oten to wager ager an anamount any anyamount anyamount
amount that tho newspaper nowspapr stories etrlc were wenlies werele werelies
lies le One banter followed tolo another till tl th thdoctor the thedotor thedoctor
doctor dotor ottered olered 6 to 1 Innd and 11000 10 looo was prompt promptput prompty promptyput promptly promptlyput
put against the doctors deter8certlfe certified chock choclfor chek chekfor chockfor
for 5000 5000It 5000It
tO
It I was w agreed agree that Miss Roosevelt her herself hereelf herself ¬
self should decide dllde the bet and Dr Ed Edmonds Edmonth
month mond wrote to her calling caln attention atenton to tcthe totho tothe
the stories and enclosing a new
storl anI encolK newspaper newspapccapping newspapercipping paper paperlplDg
capping lplDg and asking oskl if they tey were weo true trueThe tro troTe trueThe
The Te letter was mailed moUN this thi afternoon aternoon am amupon and nDdupon andupon
upon the reply rely depends l pelds the th winning winng 01 01losing or orlOn orlosing
losing lOn of the wager wagerDr wagerDr wagerDr
Dr Edmonds Emonds Is IIIconfcent confident that the story storjis storyII storyIs
is II a canard canar and he will 1m be greatly grsty sur surprised surprile surprised ¬
prised prile if I ho should Ihould find fnd that tht Miss Me loose Roosevelt loosevelt
velt was really realy wearing wealni a garter gororsnako gororsnakoaround snake snakiaround snakearound
around her neck neckSIRS nek nektns neckMRS
SIRS tns BOTKIff ROTICIySEVT1ENCED ROTICIySEVT1ENCEDNew SENTENCED SENTENCEDI
I New Trial Refused Rrr0td and She ho Coe to Stat StatPrUon StatIlon StatePrIson
PrIson Ilon for Life LifeSAN UfeBAN LifeSAN
SAN FRANCISCO FANCIsCO Aug 22 nThe The famous fomoupoisoning famouspoisoning
poisoning pofnlng case ca of Mrs Cornelia Crnell Botkl Botklcame Botklncaine
came ce to t an end today when Judge Coo Cooof Cok Cokof Cook Cookof
of the Superior Superr Court sentenced sentenco her t tlife to toIe tolife
life Ie imprisonment ipronent in the penitentiary porlltentlr a aSan at atBn atSarI
San Bn Quentin Quentn for the murder murde of Mary Mar Eliza Elizabeth EII Elizaboth ¬
beth blh Dunning of Dover Del Ho le did m mafter 1 so soafter
after aftr rendering a decision selon on a motion moton fo foft for fora or ora
a now trial tril in the te course of which he deolared de deola dodared
dared ola that If I he III had his hi way the con condomned condomned condomnod
domned woman would woud be hanged for her heicrime hercre hercrime
crime cre The jury jur fixed fxe punishment punishent at llfi llfiimprisonment lfe lfeiprnment life lifeimprisonment
imprisonment imprisonmentMrs iprnment iprnmentMO
Mrs MO Botkln Btkin received reeived her sentence sentece with without wih wihout without
out emotion She had h Intended to make mke I Istatement a aatument astatement
statement atument but so quickly did Judge Cool Coolpass Ck Ckp Cookpass
pass p from asking aking if I there thor was wa any legal legalcause legalcause legalcause
cause why sentence should aould not be pro pronounood pronouc pronounced
nounood nouc to passing pllng the sentence tence that lht she sbidid shed shedid
did d not have an opportunity to tspek tspekTe speak speakThe speakThe
The Te Judge said Mrs t Prs Botkln Btkin had been beentried bn bntried beentried
tried twice two and each ech time tho jury jur had hadconvicted badconvicted
cnvt convicted her She had had every ever pro protection pret protection ¬
tection t ton of the law lw and had had able counsel counselA coul
A stay of thirty thiry days dy was given Iven for the thepreparation thePrpartln thepreparation
preparation Prpartln of a bill bil of exceptions excepton for forappeal forappo f or orappeal
appeal appo to the State Stto Supreme Court Cout but it itIs itIs
Is 1 not thought that the court will wl grant gnt a anew anow anow
now trial trialBy trialBy
tr
By tho end ed of September Setember Mrs Botkln Botklnwill Botklnwill
will 1 begin bgin serving srg her sentence sntence for the crime crimecommitted ce cecomtte crimecommitted
committed six Ix
comtte years yera ago agoA agoA agoA
A BELMONTS BELVONS DARNS BURNED JtVRNEDeven BURNEDlen IIURNEDliven
len liven even BnlMlngt Illnp Destroyed Dtryrd on Ills Nursery Nurter NurseryFirm NnrteryFarm
Farm Near DablonBABnN
Frm Babylon BabylonBABYIX BabylonBsumoN
BABYIX > N L r I Aug 22 22Sven 22Seven Seven barns barnson
on the Nursery Nury farm fam of August UgUt Belmont Belmonttwo Belmonttwo Belmonttwo
two mllesnorth ml8lorth of this thl place plac were destroyed destroyedby deatye
by fire this afternoon afernoon With them were wereburned werebune wereburned
burned bune 100 10 tons ton of hay 400 4 bushels bUlbels of rye
26 cords cor of sawed swed wood wo and a lot of farming farmingmachinery faing faingmohlner farmingmachinery
machinery mohlner and fittings ftng The loss 10 is caLl estimated Ct caLlmated ¬
mated at about abut 110000 100 which is I partly partlycovered pnrty pnrtycover partlycover1
covered cover by Insurance InsuranceThe Inuranc insuranceThe
The Te fire started starto in the large hay barn barnwhich bar barwhich barnwhich
which was WA the centre centr of the group It ItIs ItI Itis
Is I believed bleved to t have been hn the result rEsult of spon spontaneous spontaneoU9 spontaneous ¬
taneous combustion combuRlon duo to the close Iloo pack packIng pck pckIng paciclag
Ing of green grn hay Seven twoyearold twoyearoldhorees twoyearold twoyearoldh011 twoyearoldhorses
horses h011 Intended Intende for fOI carriage carlago use U8 were in intho Inthe inthe
the lower lowe part of the building buiding but were wererescued werered wererescued
red rescued The remainder rmainder of the live lve stock stockwon stockwas tek tekM
won M In the field fieldThe feld fieldThe
The local Bremen ren were called 111 to old In Infighting Infighting
fighting fghtng tho flames fam but were delayed delnye In Inreaching Inrching Inreaching
reaching rching the scene Icene by the fact that fifteen fifteenminutes fften fftenminute fifteenmlntites
minutes minute before the call cal came for tho blaze blazeat blae blaeat blazeat
at the Belmont Dlont farm the firemen freen had been beencalled ben bencale beencalled
called cale to fight ght a Email smal fire fre in the new ne Colonial Colonialresidence Clonial Clonialrldenc Colonialresidence
residence rldenc being erected ere for T Frank Short Shortland Shortland Shortland
land of Brooklyn BrooklynCOP Brklyn BrklynCOP BrooklynCOP
COP DOES nES FLY FJI FL ON TIlE WALL ACT ACTNlUon ACTNlon ACTNilion
NlUon Nlon of the Tenderloin Liberates Three Threelx Trle TrleIAckrdln ThreeLoekrdln
lx IAckrdln Loekrdln > ckedln Tailors TailorsPoliceman TailorsPoliceman 101 101Polcman
Policeman Polcman Nilson ison of the Tenderloin Tenderloinwho Tenderloinwho Tenderloinwho
who used ul to bo b a sailor sior and climb 1mb around aroundon Iround Iroundon
on nothing at all al brought his oldtime oldtimertklll oldtme oldtmeki oldtimeskill
rtklll ki Into play lost Ilt night and rescued rescue three threemen thr threemen
men locked loke up In the building buiding nt 928 Broad Broadway Broadway Broadway ¬
way by edging eglng along the second Iend story storywindow storywindow storyindow
window ledges ledge of three thr buildings bUldlng until unti he hegot hegot liegot
got to where wher they tho were Then ho climbed climbedIn clmb
In and smashed amnabe a padlock They hadnt hadntthought hadntthought hadntthought
thought of doing It ItA ItA itA plock
A crowd on Broadway which had held heldaot beldlI heldits
lI its breth breath whIle Nison NIison did his fyonawll flyonawall flyonawallaot
aot safely at Ifely ripped rpp out a cheer cher when ho finished finishedHafely fnishe finishedsafely
Three Thl tailors tallor had ha been locked in the thesecond theslnd thesecond
second slnd floor for of B28 18 Nllson climbed libed out outof outof outof
of tho second nd floor oor of the Bancroft Bncreft House Houxeat HOlle HOlleat
at tho corner cmer of Twentyfirst Twentyfrt utreet t rt four fourdoors fourdoors fourdoors
doors away and worked worke his way along alog to tothem tothem tothem
them He at first 1It invited Invie them thlm to ac accompany ACcomJny ancomiany ¬
company him back bac but they said they theydidnt thl theydidn
dldn comJny didnt t want w nt to be b mashed mMhP on the pavement pavementAt
At the same se time tie Policeman Polcan Bernard Bernardof Dmon
of the name 10 station 8taton wan M rescuing rfulng a man manwho manwho manwho
who had hewn bon locked lokt In the tht third floor floorof floorof or orof
of an office om building buidig at 39 West Ninth street streetBernard slrt slrtBrar streetBernard
Brar Bernard didnt climb climbBOERS clib clibBOERS climb110E115
BOERS AT iELLIS ELLIS ISLAND ISLANDIrreconcilable Iuutn IuutnIrrronelable ISL4NDIrreconcilable
Irreconcilable Irrronelable En F noute From Frm Bermuda Bermudato Dtrmud
to South 80u t Africa AfricaEight Arrlr AfricaEight
Eight Boon Der who ho have been ben In Bermuda Bermudasince Drmuda Drmudalnc Bermudasince
since lnc the conclusion oonculion of the war ar In South SouthAfrica Suth SuthAfrlc southAfrIc
Africa arrived arrhE yesterday Y6tfray from the bland blandaboard Iland Ilandaboard islandaboard
aboard the Quebec Quebe Line Linosteamship steamship steship Trinidad TrinidadFliey TrinidadThey TrinidadThey
They had h refused refu to swear Iwear allegiance to tothe t tothe
the British Brllh Crown Cown and therefore threfor aleganc could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not Ret transportation traportton at the expense oxpnl of oftho oftho ofthe
tho British Briish Government back bc to their na naLtvo nalve astire
tire land landThey landThey landThey
lve They have hve acquired neui a good knowledge knowledgef knowle knowlod ge geof goof
of f English En Klsh since slnC their thllr detention go In Bermuda Bermudaind Bermudaand Bermudaand
and have no ill 1 will wi detnton toward towar the th English Englishaeoplo Ellh Ellhpeople Englishpeople
people They were enabled onle to leave levo the thealand the18land theisland
island chiefly ohlf8y through the efforts erort8 of friends friendswho frlendewho friendswho
who under the management of tho Rev RevOr Rv RvDr RevDr
Dr Boynton of Freeport Frport L I I got up a aund afund
fund to send Ind them thm bock bK to South Africa AfricaThey ArlC4 ArlC4They AfricaTheywIll
They TheywIll will wi be b detained dl1tlne at Ellis EII Island Iland until untilhe unti untilthe
the he clergyman clegman ia f ready read to ship them to their theirId thei theirold
old Id homes homesDIDNT homesDIWT homesIIIIVT my
DIDNT WAKE AKE THE BABY BABYIven BABI BABIEVtD 134EVEven
Even Iven When 1rn ben OYrar 13IrarOkPTwnbItd trOId > Olr > Tumbled Tumbed From FromAbove Frm FrmAboe FromAbove
Above Into the Baby Bb flab Carriage CarriageRose Crrar CrrarIO Carflalrhose
Rose IO Muldoon lldoon 8 years yers old tumbled tlble out outjf outof outof
of jf tho second nd story stry of 620 62 East isth 18Fth street streetast stret stretlat streetlast
lat last ast night Rose 10 fell felLlnto into a baby bay carriage carriagen carree carreein
in n which was u a baby bby belonging to toWUUam toWUUamWcntworth William WilliamVcntworlh WilliamWcntworth
Wcntworth who wholvN lives on the ground floor floorhe floorThe or orTe
Te The he sleeping baby bay wasnt It av avben awtdcen d even evenwhen evenwhen
when ben Rose RO bOc Bounded onto ontot ot awaene the eideatk dea
B But t the te bab babonlyall bf baby carriage Ived saved t8 RO Rose whowUonly Who WhooY
wUonly onlyall oY apt 8hIht1Fbfl1Lsed 8hIht1Fbfl1LsedV cre bJ bJV
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E Phlppa Pblpp between btw betw eh z himself hi l and ad wife wie si sithat so sot sothat
that t at she will 1 not contest the tl divorce dlvor pro proceedlngs proceedlnge
ceedlngs clnge nov no under way way in I Denver Col ColIs CCI CclIs
Is tyolng J ng made mae secretly sorety in Chicago Chlc o tonight tonightMrs t tonightMrs nlght nlghtIra
Mrs Ira Phlppa Phipp was wa called cale to Chicago Chlco by th thiattorneys thattrea thattorneys
attorneys attrea of her husband husbnd to have a final flnaconference finalcoaerenoe finalconference
conference coaerenoe In the b matter mater and it is l said 8ld by byfriends byfriend byfriends
friends friend of Mrs ra Phlpps here that tht the hus husband huahand husband ¬
band has aa virtually virtuay agreed are to her terms
5000000 00 In cash ch and the custody custoy of her heichildren herchidren herchildren
children chidren for or onehalf onehal of each year yearLawrence yearLawe yearLawrence
Lawrence Lawe Phlppa Phipp several lveral months month ago agostole agotl agostole
stole tl his hl children ehldren from his wife who had hadthorn hadthorn
thorn In a New York hotel and fled fed with withthem withthem withthem
them to t Denver where whtr they are a still stl kept keptunder keptunder keptunder
under close elo watch wath He then entered entere suit suitfor sut sutfor suitfor
for divorce dh ro against galnt Mr Mrs n Phlpps IblpP and the thecase theca thecase
case ca which la I to come cIme up on Sept Spt 13 13promises 13prom1 13promises
promises prom1 to t develop Disclosures oLl0ur not agree agreeable ag agreeable ¬
able to t all al concerned concernedMrs concrned concrnedMr concernedMrs
Mrs Mr Phlpps left Pittsburg for Chicago Chicagolast CblC4golut Chicagolast
last night under u der peculiar pculi circumstances circumstancesShp olrurtO
Shp Sh succeeded suced in doini dolnlwhat what large offers offersof ofera oferaof offersof
of money moDY time tmQ and am again have failed aied to todo todostopp tolOStopd
> do dostopp lOStopd stopped the fast ttt Chkago Limited Limi train trainon trainontl trainonthe
on ontl onthe tlio Pennsylvania Penylvani Jtalrod Railroad at a I wayside waysidestation waysidestation aysld aysldstton
station stton when it did not BPtm 81m a case o of life lifeor lfe lfeordeath lifeor
or ordeath ordeathMuc death deathMuch deathMuch
Much Muc depended depend8 on the young youU wife getting gettingaway gettingAway gettingaway
away from Pittsburg Pluburg without wthout it being beingknown beingknown beingknown
known and last lat evening after afer giving givn a adinner ad adlnieI
dinner d e to some friends in her palatial palati home homeon ome omeon
on Fifth Frh avenue Mrs M Phlpps excused excusedherself ecsed ecsedhefand excusedherself
hefand herself and with Ith her he maid id entered enter a closed closedcarriage co closedcarriage
carriage carsebrought brought by her he attorney attrney James Jae JamesS
S Young and drove at breakneck brean speed speedto Je
to tho Shady Side station staUn then dark and anddeserted anddCeriM anddeserted
deserted dCeriM The Ihe Pennsylvania Penn yivarul 11rl limited came camealong C camealong
along alon and brought up at atthe the dark statlqn statlqnon statQ I Ion
on the edge ee of Pittsburg Ptlburg and a few fe loungers loungerssaw
saw two women and one man hurry hu from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the earring o into the train which hl h was off offgain offagain
caaO o
gain In an Instant The Te trio were Mrs MrsPhlpps MrsPhippI MrsPhippa
Phlpps her maid and United States Stto District DistrictAttorney Ditrict DitrictAttorne DistrictAttorney
Attorney Attorne Young alt al bound boud for Chicago ChicagoMrs CWcgo CWcgoMra ChicagMr
Mrs Mr Phlpps Ph1pp and her maid mid locked loce them themselves tem temeelvC themselves ¬
selves eelvC in I a stateroom aattereom while hle the train tin stopped stoppedin stopp
in I Pittsburg Pltbrg and ad no reporter reprter or frlbnd saw sawthem sawthem w wtbem
them The Te news of this late move on the thepart tbeprt thepart
part prt of Mrs Phipps Phlpp caused Cued much comment commentIn coment comenti
In i Pittaburg PltIbure today when it I became be known knownThat kO kOT knownThat
That T the case ca U I about abut to t be b settled sted la be believed b beflared ¬
flared by most mot of the society sot sotMrs et etMrs retMrs
Mrs Phlpps Phipp said Ild before bfore leaving l avlng that tht she shewould shewould 110 110Would
would return retu from frm Chicago Chcgo the te moment momentthe moment momentthe momentthe
the conference confe Do was pver pver She did dd not notknow notkow notknow
know kow whether her husband hubd would be b in inCWcrfgo 1 inChlcifgo
CWcrfgo Chloo but she knew his hi attorneys attorey would wouldbe wouldtor wouldbf
be tor there thereIt thereIt
It I is I reported rpored here her that tht the limited 11t had hadorders hd hdorer badorders
orer orders to stop at Englewood Enlewoo on the to out outskirts outakl outskirts ¬
skirts akl of Chicago Chfgo this thl morning mornln and ad let letMra JetM letMrs
Mrs M Phlpps Phlpp off There Ter is nothing notr known knownIn
In i Pittsburg Plttsbur to fix f the place plac in Chicago Chicagowhere Cic Chicagowhere
where the alleged alceed settlement setlement is J to t be b made madeCAR madeCAR madeCAR
CAR CRUSHED EXPRESS WAGON WAGONSlippery WAGONIlpr WAGONgflppery
Slippery Ilpr Rails RU Oanie CDe auae Collision ClllonOe CollIsIonOne one Alan AlanDying Ilan IlanOlns ManDying
Dying Three Fe Others Hurt HurtA Hur HurA
A two to horse wagon belonging to Ran Ranklns Ranklns Rankins
klns Express Epre Company a suburban sububn de delivery delvery dolivery ¬
livery lvery concern while whie going westward westwardthrough wtwar westwardthrough
through though Nineteenth Ninetnth street tret at 9 oclock oclocklast ocok ocoklt oclocklast
last lt night was I1 struck strck by a southbound southboundSixth southboundSixth outhbund outhbundBlth
Sixth Blth avenue surface car ar It I was crushed crushedagainst cn1he crushedagainst
against an elevated eleatN railway raiway pillar piar and anddemolished anddemolished
demolbhed demolished The horses hora horsesran xran ran away and andwere andwer andwere
were wer captured at Seventeenth Soventoth street streetHenry stret stretHenr streetHenry
Henry Henr sutton of Belleville Bellele N J the thedriver tbedrher thedriver
driver of the th wagon and hU helper Wil William Wi Wil11am ¬
liam la Foote 18 years year old were Wlro thrown under underthe underthe underthe
the wreckage Hutton was wa badly bdly injured injuredand Injure injuredand
and was taken to St Vincents Vlnents Hospital HospitalThe Hopial HopialTho HospitalThe
The doctors detors there say y he cannot caot recover recoverYoung roover rooverYoung recoverYoung
Young Foote was attended atende by an ambu ambulance abu abulance ambulance ¬
lance surgeon urgen and went home homeThomas homeThoma homeThomas
Thomas Thoma A McKennoll McKennel a lawyer lawer with withoffices withoffices Itb Itbomc
offices omc at 52 Broadway and living lliog at 1341 1341Tremont 1341Tremont 1341Tremont
Tremont avenue The Bronx together with withWard wih wihWr withWjrd
Ward Wr Van Allen a wholesale wholMle liquor dealer dealerof del > r rof
of 4261 461 Third TIr avenue were we crossing orlng thostreet thostreetat t the he strt strtat street streetat
at the time lme of the crash Ch Both Bth were struck struckby strcI struckby
by flying fying bundles bundle and severely cut and andbruised andbried andbruised
bruised bried They went home however howeverMotorman hOeverMotonan howeverMotorinan
Motorman Motonan Charles Chre Newell Newel explained explainE to tothe tothe tothe
the police polce that he had attempted atempt 1 to stop his hiscar hi hiscar
car cr and avoid the collision olllo but but was a unable unableto unabletodoso
todoso to do BO as the the rails rnl rafts were werewetand wet and n d slippery slipperyTHEATRICAL Ilppry IlppryTHEATRIA slipperyTHE4TRICAIi
THEATRICAL THEATRIA TRAIN TRAN WRECKED WRECKEDCollision wnECKDColaon WRECKEDCollision
I
Collision Colaon at t Weitboro W WestboroMais tlbGr Mast 1la and Mem Memben IlrD Meniberg
ben of Playing Companies Hurt IlnrtWOBCESTEB lort lortWORETER HurtWoncasrEn
WOBCESTEB WORETER Mass Ma Aug 22 22ny By a wreck wreckof wreckof r
of a special spl theatrical theatric train at at Westboro Westboroearly Wetboro Wetboroery Westboroearly
early ery this th morning mornig two locomotives loomotvC were werenearly veranerly ccronearly
nearly nerly demolished domollhe two cars wero tipped tippedover tlppo tippedover
over and thirtytwo thlrtytwo of the sixtyfive slxtyfe pas passengers pnsseneers pussengers ¬
sengers were wer injured Ijur slightly slightlyThe slghty slghtyThe slightlyThe
The train contained members of Charles CharlesE Cbarl CbarlBley
E I Blanoys Bley More Mor to Be Pitied Ille Than ThanScorned ThanScorne ThanScorned
Scorned Scorne company compy and members member of Iiobler IioblerCos Iubler IublerCos IAeblert
t Cos Eternal City Cltycompny company Tho train trainwa trainwas i iwas
wa was behind btnd time tme and Engineer Elglor Homer HomerDodge Horer HorerDoge HomerDodge
Doge Dodge supposed 8Upp0r ho had right of way WI A Afreight Afriht Afreight
friht freight backed bolet on the main track trok and be befor before j jfore
for fore the special speil train trlu could culd bo stopped stoppedthe stoppfd stoppfdthecruh stoppedthe
thecruh the crash came C4te The engineer aglnr was caught caughtunder caughtunder caughtunder
under the engine oglne but no noburt not hlr hurt mortally mortallyIn mortly mortlyI
In I the rear rr oar cr of ° f the t1e freight freiht were some somesheepand lome lomeshopand someshcepand
sheepand shopand of there thlo sixty were wer hilled lele Tho Thoscenery Thosoeryc Thescenery
soeryc scenery cars were ere In the Ihefrnt front port pt of the thespecial thespci thespecial
spci special train I ran which fact tlt accounted acounted for forthe forthe forthe
the escape of the passengers passengersThe passengersThe
pengers pengersThe
The ecp companies compnlBer were to have hav opened opne to toBoston I inBoston
Boston today todayWALING
Boton tody I ICOALING ICOALING
COALING STATION DAMAGED DAMAGEDr DAJIGED DAJIGEDBr
Br Bar r Harbor Jlror Plant aD Put Pt Out of Duilneot DuilneotInconvenience DUlinI DuilnessinconvenIence
Inconvenience to the Navy NavyBAR Na NaBAf NavyBAn
BAR BAf HARBOR HAIIIORMo Mo Aug 22 22The The United Unitedtates Uote UnitedStates
Stae States tates Navy suffered luter a sevcrd levol loss 10l in the thoeneral th thegeneral
general eneral nrrlrm storm which struck strok the tht Maine Mainecolt Mainecolton Malnocoast Malnocoaston coast coastn
on n Saturday Baturay night nght In the blowing over of ofne ofone ofone
one ne of the big towers tow ere in th t coaling coallgltaton coallgltatonat station stationt
at t Laroolne Jmolnemaklng making the entire entr station stationinflt stationunfit laton latonunft
unfit unft for use useThe USI useThe
The Tle loss 10 is 1 especially epll y serious at this time timeomlng tie tieomlng timecoming
coming omlng after the building buldng of the station stationn etaton etatonIn
In n Portland harbor hrbr leaving the navy nv at atreuent atpretet atpresent
pretet present reuent without a coaling coalng station st4ton north northif northof orh orhof
of if Charlestown ChaletowD Mass 11 It will wi prove incon inconenlont Inconvlont moonvnlont
enlont u the training trn squadron luaron of three threeeasels tr trVOl threevessels
easels VOl is 1 on its ltwa way hero her from Bar Harbor Harborindthree Harr Harrand Harborand
and indthree thre three of the vessels vel of of the Asiatic Asiaticquadron Alo AlornWere Asisijosquadron
expected to coal here the theniddle themlddle
squadron rnWere were cl he te temddleof
niddle mddleof of next month op when they thlY run rn over overo oyerto overto
to o this ths side of the Atlantic AtlanticIts Alantlo AlantloIwl
Its Itswill Iwl will also a prove prye to be b a considerable considerablei onlele onleleJ
J ices i as it will wWteaJe take at least 1100000 100000 to f fthi pit pitplant
ttPlbJo thi plant plaitbackiato bmck into working Jorlodt workingcod1th6 lIOOtp comdlttott
SAVED SAVBDBEINGALS THE ING INGALLS ALLS P4RTY P4RTYFarmer P4RTYFarmer BY BYFner
Farmer Fner Replaces Hepou a Broken Dr1rn Rail Ri In Tim Timto Tme Tmet Timeto
to t Prevent P r ri nt an Accident AccidentINDIANAFOUS Aold AccidentINDI4NAFOI18 n nIND
INDIANAFOUS IND W Aug Aug22M 32 22M M E Ingalle Ingallepresident Ingal Ingallepreake4
president prdc of the Big BlgFouaJlrodoom BlgFouaJlrodoompy Four railroad com company cornpanT
panT and a party of friends were wore savet savetfrom sved svedfronp saved savedfrom
ad
py from fronp probably ly pryof serious roU injuries IJurlc yester yesterday yeter yeterdy yesterday
day dy by bya inn on Elkhart Elkar county c tfaer farmer Mr MiIngalU MrInga MrIngalla
IngalU Inga arid d his l friends frieds passed pM through througGostjon trough troughOoen throughGos1on
Gostjon on on a special pell train tr composed omPoe of oran oranegie ai aiengine an anengine
Ooen
engine egie and two coaches ohe The train hoi hoithe had hadthe
the he right rght of way wayorer over the roaxj and andtraveI1gatahlch wa watravelling vae vaetravelling
travelling traveI1gatahlch at a abfgh high rate rt of r0 speed speedAlya spo speedAva
Alva Ava Blough Bough a farmer armor living lving near nor thi thirailroad the therlrotk therailroad
railroad rlrotk track was wa walking waing along tho track trackand trackand
and just as he heard hor tho whistle whlt of f the thitrain tbetrin thetrain
train trin for a a crossing croBlng he saw IW thai tt a part o oa of ofa ofa
a rail r bad h been ben broken broke Ho did not have bavitime havotme havetime
time tme to run rn ahead and flag fg the train tn so ai aito a8 a8t asto
to t stop It and ae d hehastily he h8tly placed ple tho broken brokeirail brokenrol brokenrail
rail rol in position p UOr and ad jumped Jumpe to one side sideBlough sde sdeBlough sideBlough
Blough thought It possible p0lbl posaiblathat that tht the broken brokeiroll brokenrl brokenrail
roll rl might iht remain in IotO position and i carrjthe carry carrythe
the train trn across acrol8 and ad in I this he was Wa noi noimistaken not notmlstken notmistaken
mistaken mlstken Tho train passed safely over oveiIt overIt overit
It but tho rail rai was WI displaced displc pae as the las laswheel lt ltwheel last lastwheel
wheel went ont over it and was wa found forty feet fceiaway fet fetaway feetaway
away away down dow the track trackFERRYBOAT trek trekFEnnno trackFERRIROAT
FERRYBOAT FEnnno tT NEAR NEAR THE REEFS REEFSEngines REEFSllnr REEFSEngines
Engines llnr of 84th 84t a4thStLlner St LJner Break rk Down Downand D1 D1andlhe DOWnandshe
and andlhe andshe She Drifts Bris DriftaToward Toward Towrd Illackwellt Blcwell Island IslandTwo IsiabUTwo d dTwo
Two hundred passengers on the ferry ferryboat fer ferryboat ¬
boat bot Hudson udBon City Cty pengera which left East Thirty Thirtyfourth Tirty Tirtyfourth Thirtyfourth
fourth street for Long Lng Island Iland City Cty yester yesterday yeaterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon at 4 oclock oolok got a bad scare scarewhen scarewhen scarewhen
when the breaking brealng ot the engines delivery deliveryValve deliveryvalve
Valve left lef the boat helpless helplCln in midstream midstreamThe midstr midstreamThe
The Te strong etron tide seized se1 the boat bot and headed headedit
it toward tolr the dangerous rocks rk south of olBlackwells ofBIACkwell ofBlackwelle
Blackwells Island IllaDd Capt Cpt Kehoo Keho immedlI immedl lnmel lnmelatly immodlately
I ately atly signalled sgnle to Long Island City Ciy for forassistance toraBlstne foraailstnee
assistance aBlstne and the railroad rairo tugs Syosset Syossetand SYOt SYOtand Syossetand
and Long LngIlod Island put out to assistthe 18lsthe assist the drift drifting dri t tkg ¬
ing ferryboat ferryboatBefore ferrybot ferrybotBeforo ferryboatBefore
n6 Before the tugs could coud make fast to the theHudson theHud80n theHudson
Hudson City Cty she he had h floated foaed floated to a point pointopposite pointoppoalt pointoppoeite
Fiftieth street Manhattan with witbthe withthe
opposite oppoalt Fifteth stret Manhtt wih wihthe
the BlookwelPe Blokwell Island Iland reef ref so perilously perilouslynear
1 near that the passengers pas8nger had h their etes eyeaon eteson
on life lfe preservers preerer Tho Hudson City Cty was wasthen wa wathen wasthen
then towed towe to Long Lng Island Ilnd City Cit where wher she shewas shewas he hewa
tied after the had landed landedCapt landedCapt
was up p afer passengers pangen lande
wa
Capt Cpt te Kehoo Kelo said d that the damage daage would wouldbe wuldbe Wouldb
be b repaired rpared before bet re this morning morningTWO mornig mornigTWO morningTWO
TWO COLLEGE GIRLS GnLS DROWNED DROWNEDDate DRONBDDte DROPINED DROPINEDDates
Date Dte Students Stuente Go Down OD Together Tsttbe While WhileBatblnc WhileBathing bUe bUeDtbls
Bathing Dtbls In Little Ute Sebago Sbr Lake LakeSBDAOO Lke LkeSEBAOO LskeSEnAoo
SBDAOO LAKE Me Aug 22 22MI8 22Miss Miss Clark ClarkSmith Cark CarkBmth ClarkSmith
Smith Bmth and Miss Mi Amy Ay Clark Cark Bates Bate College Collegestudents Colege Colegestudents Collegestudents
students both of Gray were wer drowned In InLittle InLtegbo inLittle
Little Ltegbo Sebago Lake Lke today today Miss Ml Smith Smithwas Smthwa Smithwas
was wa bathing bthlrg and was wa attacked attcked by cramps crampsMiss crampM crampsMiss
Miss M Clark Cark went to her rescue refoe
530000 8300 KIDNAPPING KIIVAPPING THREAT THREATE
E E Bnrllntame Rich Colorado Corado Mining MiningMan IUDDa IUDDaIlan StiflIngSian
Man Ilan Ordered Oert to t Pay Py a Large L e Sum SumDENVKB SamDENR SumDanvzn
DENVKB DENR Col Col Aug 22 2E 22E E E Burlingame Burlingamea Burlname Burlnamea
a wealthy weUhy mining roan man has received receive an ananonymous annnonymoua ananonymous
anonymous letter lett saying sayingYour sying syingYolgnonl sayingSYourgrandsonis
Your Yolgnonl Yourgrandsonis grandson 1s In danger dge You must mustgiveus mUt mUte mustgive
e give giveus ve veru ru us 190000 Ow within thlr a week wek or wo 10 will willkidnap wi willkidnap
kidnap kidnp him Do not tell tU the police polc or it itwill Itwi ftwill
will wi be b worse wprle for you Publish Publ1h this to toyoursorrow toyour toyoursorrow
your yoursorrow soow wole Weareadetermlnedband WeareadetermlnedbandThe Weare We areadetermined a detrmined bd bdThe band bandThe
referred to Is sevenyearold sevenyearoldEugene sevenyearoldEugeneMechling
The grandson gnndBon ree I sevenyeaold sevenyeaoldEugenoMehln
Eugene EugenoMehln EugeneMechling Mechllng Mr Burlipgamea BurlJgamea favorite favoriteand favoriteand favoriteand
and the th son Io of o a a prominent druggist drg18t While Whiledetectives Whiledeletv8 Whiledetectives
detectives deletv8 are ar iire searching shi for the writer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the letter the iie boy by is being bin guarded garded day dayand daynnd dayand
and night by a special seial guard gar paid for by byhis byhis byhis
his grandfather grandfatherSOME grandfatherSOE grandfatherSOME
SOME HOPE FOR MR IR BOAR BOARAbility BOAnAbut HOARAbility
Ability Abut to t Take Tke Nourishment Noorment tllvet Gvl En Encoorarement Enconrarement
coorarement coursment to Ills Jl Physician PhysicianWORCESTER PJelo I 1ilelns 1ilelnsWoncEstER
WORCESTER Mass Mal Aug 22 22Rockwoo 23lockwood 23lockwoodHoar Rockwood RockwoodHoar
Hoar gave out this thi statement sttement tonight tonightrelative tonight tonightrltve tonightrelative
relative rltve to the condition conditon of his hl father fatherSenator fatherSenator fatherSenator
Senator Hoar HoarTlio Ho HoarThO
The Senator Snator was WI restless resl0 this afternoon afternoonand ateroon ateroonand afternoonand
and has ha some some slight slght trouble tuble with Ills i s throat throatH tbroatlt
H J Is sleeping slcplng now and will wl have a com comfortable comflrlable cornfortable ¬
fortable lt flrlable night There seems SCm to be b little littlechange ltle ltlechange littlechange
change In his condition condiion Ho Is very weak weakhowever wrakhowever weakhowever
however and a relapse relaps would bo b a aserious very veryserious r rsrloU
serious srloU thing thingDr thingDr thingDr
Dr Oilman says IY that the fact of Senator SenatorHoars SenatorHOlrs SenatorHoars
Hoars HOlrs taking tnlng nourishment Is encourag encouraging eneouragIng encouraging ¬
ing and shows that there thtr is still sti hope hopealthough hop hopealthough
Iltlough although It Is I very veryslight slight slght Today Today Todaytbe the Sena Senator Senator Seantor ¬
tor did not sit up Ho slept a 1 good deal dealIndications deal dealindications
Indications point pont to a gradual wearing wearingaway wearingaway wearingaway
away of the constitution constitutionThe consttuton consttutonThe
The Senator Snator always lway awakens a with wlh a acleiir acltr aclr
cltr clr cleiir mind and ad is cheerful cherful Nobody ex except f fcpt cxcept ¬
cpt cept his hil son and daughter outside of the thenurses tbenuls thenurses
nuls nurses Is allowed slowed to see him hm The attend attending atend atendIng attendlug ¬
ing physicians pby lclans now say sy that tho only hope hopeIn hop
In II in his ability nblty to take nourishment nourlshglmt thereby therebygaining therebyglnlng therebygaining
glnlng gaining strength strengthBRIDAL Itrcngtl ItrcngtlBIIJI strengthlIIfIDitI
BRIDAL BIIJI TRIP TR IN l CASOOSES CASOOSES1ouiiE C4ROOSESOlllIg
1ouiiE 011 OlllIg Married Iarrlld Cnui Couple > e Using Udnl Freight FrtlchtTrain Irlsht IrlshtTrin FreightTrain
Train Trin on Their Trlr Honeymoon 10UrnloD Journey JourneyNEW JourneyEW eurl eurlII
NEW EW HAVEN II Aus u 22 2Preterring PreterrinK lrereITnJ to toravel t totravel
ravel tvel on freight trains trlbl on n their tho wedding weddingrip wcLdlng wcLdlngtrp weddingtrip
rip trp Mr and MM Irl Robert Arkwright from fromrejtorn fromw6tor fromwestern
western w6tor New York passed p d through tbrugh hero heroist her herolast
hat ist night On one onoor of the through freights frcgbts on onheir 01 ontheir
their way to t Mninu ¼ llnu They hc uyo travelled travelledhe travelod travelodthe
the entire entlo distance dltnce since they left home homen hore horeIn
In LI n the caboose of a freight train trainBy trwnBy trainBy
By reason roson of letters leter of Introduction Intreducton from fromn fremU1 froman
U1 an n official omcal of the New York Control road roadhoy Nld Nldthoy roadthey
they have been bon accommodated accommonlo on freight freightrains freighttrins freighttrains
rains trins wherever crover they wished ihed to t go Their TheirlAggage Theirbaggage Theirbaggage
baggage lAggage consists cnta of a canvas Cnva tent tentivlilch tentwhich tentwhich
which they are ar going goig to set up tl 1 when hen they theyeach Iheyresb theyreach
each resb Maine and where they they expect expt to toipend tospenl tosiend
spenl ipend two weeks wo before returning rturning by tho thoame theso thoBasso
Basso so freight trl ht route They toy stop stp at cities citiesilong citie citieIlong citiesalong
along Ilong tho route to pass POS tho night The Thelovelly Thenovelty Ibe Ibenovely
novelty novely of the trip it is I said appealed Ippeled to totho to tohe tothe
the he bride brideESERTER brideDESERT brideDESERTER
DESERTER DESERT fll SENTENCED SE TE CED TO TODEA flEA TH THvale TBPrhte THPrivate
Private vale Scow s o Left lt it HU tl Regiment tsmtnt and andServed and8tntd andServed
Served With Wlb the te Filipinos FilipinosWASHINGTON FllIplnsWABIIINOTON 1UplnoWAIINOTON
WASHINGTON WAIINOTON Aug 22 nSeldom Seldom In I recent recentears rnt rntar recentyears
years ears ar has ha a sentence slntnc of death been ben Imposed Imposedn I
on n a United Unied States Stat soldier for any an crime crimehort crimoshor crimeshort
short shor of murder murer Private Iriat Fred Fe H Scow Scowif S Spewof ow owot
ot if Company Cmpany M Twentieth Twenteth United Unit States Statesnfantry Stte StteInatry StatesInfantry
Infantry who ho deserted In I the Philippines Philippinesind
Inatry deert Phipie Phipiead I Ifores
and ad afterward served Bere with wlhthe the insurgent insurgentorces IBrgeDt insurgentforces
aterwar
fores forces orces against aalnet the United Unied States Stt has hl now noweon no1 no1bn nowbeen
bn been > eon condemned oondemne to t death for his hli mis miseeds misdes misdeeds
des deeds eeds The Thoppra papers in the COM ca have hae been beenecelved bn bnrehe beenreceived
received rehe at the te War Department Deprent and od it is isonsldered II IIooaaldcro isconsidered
considered ooaaldcro probable that tho President Prdent will willommuto wi willcommute
commute commutt the sentence sentet to imprisonment lmprlaoncnt for forIfe forlire forlife
lire Ife although olemenoy oleenoy was not recom reom reommEndl1 recommended I Itended
tended mEndl1 by tho court cor which tried te Scow ScowTho Sow SowTho ScowThe
Tho records reords of the case el show that Scow Scowervcd Sow Sowsrod Scowserved
served srod in I the insurgent Insrgent army ay under the theamo thenao thename
name amo of Frederioo Freerioo do La L Cruz Cz He is isbarged Isehargn Ischarged
barged ehargn nao with having havle broken his allegiance allegiancend
addth and nd with desertion d ud and UO treason treasonGO nltg 1 1CD
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IDHINf CHINA MUST MUs ACT ACTPowirs ACTt ACTtors ACT1Pours
Pours ors Diclini D clnl to Mix in InSbingbl tjit tjitShanghai thlShlDlbal
Shanghai Crisis CrlsislEUROPE CrisisEUROPE Ii IiEUROPE
EUROPE SOUGHT OUR LEAD LEADRussian L LEADRussian AD ADI ADRlsalan
Russian Rlsalan Ships Still Sti in Portjeiit PortjeiitRepairs PorIII PorIIIRepair PortB PortBRepairs I
Repairs Repair Are Slipped SlippedTime St pped ppedTme
Time Tme for Leaving LTS or Dtaarmlac Dr Extended Extcxdefland Ee Extendedsad I
and It If 1 Believed JUtTd Bnttta RU Win 111 111apntl Yield YieldJapanese Th3JJapanese
Japanese apntl Fleet tt Off 01 the t P0rt Pn Pr and a sadThreat j jThreat iTrt
Threat Is I Made of Seizure Unless Law Lawof Lwi Lwior
Trt 1 size UDeIW1 UDeIW1or
or Neutrality Neutrlr Are Ar Enforced EtOr EnforcedMeetIng EnforcedMeetIngof Sleeting Sleetingof Jleetl I Ior
of Consul C on ileferi the te Cite cle to Pekla PeklaMeagre PeldaMeagre
Meagre Mer Beport HtPri of the te FlgfaUB FlgfaUBAround Fs F1Et2tJAround
Around Arud Port Por Arthur ArOapnt ArthurJapanese Japanese Ships S ShipsTeat I I IThat
That Teat o t Sank 8r lbs te Novlk oT Shell ItU KartakofT KartakofTJjxrtal Kn KarISkOIT3pSctaS
opel Jjxrtal pel CaW Dttpatchti DfPolt to Turn T Ti Sex SexSHAKOHAI s sSJUN Sex8041t0BA1
SHAKOHAI SJUN H J Aug 22 22Mr Mr Goodnow Ooot the thoAmerican theAmerican
American AmeriC representative repreettve aa a dean de of the theI Ue Ueoonsur tbeconsular
I consular body boy presided prde at the meeting meUs ot otthe 0 o othe
the Consuls Cni which was wa held hel today tay t to con oonaider e04 e04lder consider
aider the refusal ref81 of the Russian RW warshlpf warshlpfto arahlp I Ito
to leave this port prt on Chinas Cis order orderMr orer orerMr orderMr
Mr Otaghlri Othl the Japanese Japane Consul Cnsu C naW pro protested pro protested I Itt
tested tt in I the most emphatic emphto manner mer against againstthe aa agalnsthe
the Russian Rualan vessels vela remaining rmaiing In i the to harbor harborChina hl hlCina harborChina
China Cina be said sid had ha not observed oblre obs rved the te lawtj lawtjof lw lwof lawaof
of neutrality neutrlty in I flowing 10 lowthg lg thent t to to do so soand s sad soand
and ad the thoJapac Japanese were r accordingly aorln81yen aorln81yentte en entitled entitled ¬
tte titled to act nt independently leeDety and ad seize s thf thfships t tslpa th thships
ships slpa while whil they the were in I the te harbor harborM harbo
M Klelmenoff Klelenof the Russian RU1n Consul Cnsul in insisted i Inslated ¬
slated slt that the vessels vol had a perfect peret right rightto rM rMto T1ghto
intheharbor In the harbor to make
to remain hbr t mke repairs repairsBe
Be rm protested prptet against aaint the action a ton of the Jap Japanese ja jaan Japanese ¬
anese an torpedo tro destroyer detroyer in i entering enting the theharbor tbebarbr theharbor
harbor harborSir barbr barbrSir harborSir
Sir H S Wilkinson WlklDoq the e British Briih Consul Consulsuggested Cnu Cnusugget Consulsuggested
suggested sugget that the whole ho o matter be b re referred r rfere referred ¬
ferred fere to the Chinese Chinee Government Oovernent at Pekln Peki Pekiwork Pekinwork Peklnwork
work on the th cruiser ol oruiserAskold A Askol skold being bing beingruspended beingruspendedfor suspended suspendedfor eupende
for fo fortyeight hour hou This Tllwas was eventually eventuallyadopted eventuallyadopted ventu
adopted adoptedThe aopt adoptedThe
The Consuls Cnsu18 will 11 make no further futher move movopending movepndine movepending
pending pndine instructions l trcUon from tl their Govern Governments Govern Governenta Governmeats ¬
meats enta p but t it was wl unanimously unanlO0111 resolved resolvedthat rlve resolvedthat
that China Chi must mUt not shirk sblk her responsibility responsibilityas rpon lblty lbltyu
as a neutral by leaving le1ngthp thp affairs affal to them themMeanwhile themMeanwhie themMeanwhile
Meanwhile Meanwhie the Taotal the local lol official officialextended ofcil ofciletnde officialextended
extended etnde the time tie limit for the cruiser cruiserAskold cir cirAekold cruiserAskold
Askold and the destroyer dc toYfr Grosovol to leave leaveport leavepor leaveport
port por until unti noon tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorow tomorowThe tomorrowThe
The Japanese Japal torpedo toredo boat which came cameIn cameIn camein
In yesterday yeteray left the harbor abor today with withdespatches withdepatc withdespatchcs
despatches depatc e to the Japanese Japlnee fleet felt fle t whichta whichtaoff which hlch18o Is Isoff
off o the river rver mouth This Tla fleet fet consists consistsof cont contof
of two cruisers crl r and two torpedo tredo destroyers destroyersTho dc tryer tryerTho
Tho belief belof Is growing grwing that eventually eventualy the thoRussian theRusian theRussian
Russian Rusian ships will wl be disarmed dlned but the theRussians thoRUlan theRussians
Russians RUlan will wi put this t lB off 01 as long as possible possiblofor pOllblfor
for the purpose puros of keeping keping the Japanese Japanesewarships Japanee Japaneearshps Japanesewarships
warships arshps loitering loierin off of the port portFighting por portFighting
Fighting Fght in the harbor of Shanghai Shanghaino Shangh Shanghno Is Isno
no longer feared fearedLONDON for tearedLoNDON
LONDON LaND1 Aug 22 2A 22A A news agency ogeno de despatch de despatcb dci dciapatch
j jwarships
spatch from Shanghai SbnRhai says say the American1 American1warships Amri Americai Americaiwarships
warships at that port while whe outwardly outwardlyinactive outw outwardl outwardlinactive r rInacive
inactive Inacive have been ben for several evera days dal prao praotically pra prad pradtically
tically Icaly cleared cljn for fol action acton Their Thei gun sightare sight egh eghare rlghtgare
are In position poston and ld they keep ke steam up upAdmiral U UAdmal upAdmiral
Admiral Admal Stirling BUrin Is l determined detene not to allow allowtho aUo aUothe allowthe
the Japanese Jallanle to Interfere Inteere with t the Russian Russianships Ru Ruships BusstaTships
ships and has bo offered ofere to escort eoor them out outside o outl outlside 1 1side
side the th three thre mile mie limit limitNO lmt lmtNO limitNO
NO CALL FOR lOe US TO ACT ACTGovernment AC ACGevrment ACTGovernment
Government Gevrment Declines Blcltre to Take Tke Initiative InitiativeIn InUUv 1 1In
In the Shanghai Case CaseWASHINGTON EaseWABIIINOTON
te Shnhl cl clWABINOTON
WASHINGTON WABINOTON Aug 22 22Tho The United Unit UnitedStates j jStates
States Government will 11 not pull pul any chest che chenula chestnuts 1 1nuts j
nuts out of the Far Eastern Eter fire fr was 11 th the thestteent thestatement j jstatement
statement stteent made mae today by a high Govern Oov Oovment Governmentomoer J Jment
mentomoer ment officer It I Jtvolceswithforceandbrevlti voices voic with wih force for and a brevity bmlt1 bmlt1the i ithe I Ithe
the present prent attitude atttudl of the United State Statein Sttl SttlIntbe StateSIn
in Intbe the grave situation situaton at Shanghai Shangh and andChefoo ad andChefoo I
Chefoo Cefoo where at t any time tme the neutrlr neutrlrof neutrality neutralityof
of China Cina may be violated vlolned In such lch a way aifj aifjto i ito
into the conflict How However However
to drag drg that country CUDtr Ito confic
ever the officers omel of the State Stt Department Departmentdo DQPaent I
than ordinarily con concorned 1 1cerned
do not seem SEm more orinaly on onerne
corned erne probably because booae some emo Inside Insideassurances ImideUuraehavp insideassurances
assurances Uuraehavp have been ben received rive that th while whileChinese whie whieCbln whileChinese
Chinese Cbln harbors harr may see SI hostilities ho tlUe tho thoagreement thoagrment theagreement
agreement agrment of the b110rnt belligerents to confine confinetheir oontne oontnetheir ooadnetheir
their operations opratons to as a small Imal a land area aroftaa a aa areaas
aa a possible polblewl wilt be b observed bbeorvedThe oble observedThe
The Te press pre reports repr from Shanghai Shghai did not notfairly notfairly notfairly
fairly represent rprent tho situation ltuUon according accordingto ard
to the Stato Department reports repr It I the theAmerican th theAmerican
American AmerlC destroyer detroyer Chauncey did follow followthe toloW toloWthe followthe
the Japanese Japncee destroyer d troyer up tho river Ju JuShangh t tShanghai te teShanghai
Shanghai Shangh and then took a I position plUon between betweentho betwen betwentho betweenthe
tho Japanese vessel v0el and d the Russian Rul cruiser crulssrAskold cr cruiserAskoid
Askold JapCo she sl0 did not do so with any nry idea Ide of ofsuggesting ofsuggc ofsuggesting
suggc suggesting llg American intervention Intrenton The Thedock T Thedock
dock where the Askold Akold is I undergoing re repairs r rplrs repairs ¬
pairs plrs Is I ifhmedlately fbmedltely on the th border borer of the theAmerican t theAmerican
American Americn concession cnolon at Shanghai Sgha and tbo tboanchorage t Lb Lbanchorage
anchorage anchore of the Chaunoey Caunoy is near by byIt byIt
It 1 can be stated upon upn high hih authority that thatthe th j jthe
the belief brlef in I Europe Erop that the action ation of the theOhauncey t theChauncey
Ohauncey Ohunoey Indicated indicat an intention Intnton on the thopart thepart thepart
part of this th Government to t preserve pro the theneutrality to theneutrality
neutrality neutralyot of China is i entirely entily erroneous erroneousIt ernee
It 11 is the opinion opiin herothat herothatEreps Europes belief beliefIs bele
Is duo dlo to the fact fact that tht the wish Is I father fathe to totho t tothe
the thought thoughtWhile toght toghtWhil thoughtWhile
While Whil UM t United Unie States Bt Government In Initiated i Initiated ¬
iat itiated the th movement movemet which led le RUM nU Rusais and andJapan andJapan d dJa
Ja Japan Japan to pledge ploe themselves therlvl to observe obsre the theneutrality to theneetrailty
neutrality netrly of China Oha during the present presentoonfllot prnt prntonflt presentconflict
conflict onflt it is 1 held that tht this thl does do not in I any anyway ay ayway anyway
way make mo the th United Unit States Slate Government Governmentresponsible Oovolt OovoltIponRlhle Governmentresponsible
IponRlhle responsible for tho carrying carig out ot of ottl the thepromises thepromises
preml promises Nations Nais it was wa said sd are not no un unlikely unlkely tinlikely
lkely likely to have havetheir their thi fingers fngeN burnt by ill illidvlsed I U Uadvised
advised avi If i well wel Intended Itondl haste ht and ad the thepresent tb thepresent
prt present situation sitato ls I believed beleve to be betclrly par particularly particularly ¬
tclrly ticularly one In h which precipitancy pripitc would ouldb ouldbdangereue bo boiangerous bedangerous
dangerous dangereueCncuent dangerousConcurrent iangerousConcurrent
Concurrent Cncuent action aton but not initiative lruUtvo1 Is Isthe isthe
the policy polc adapted adapt to tho present prcnt sltuaUoa sltuaUoaind altato altatoand situaUoand
and it wU wJ probably pro bly remain reman the theploo policy of oftoo f fthe
too th American Amecn Government Oyowept until utU the 4heI41tSso h Sjbiwg
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