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At t MTiether1 betht Harry l1al1 Thaw Tha Threatened ThreatenedKill
Kill Her lIerTlk Talk of Revelations Revelationsx
x > tn the Thaw tilde HldeFT1dmle Evidence That ThaThaw ThatThaw ThatThaw
Thaw Support Her lIer11i1 Ills Jail aU Life LifeWRITK LIreWRITJ UteWnIT
WRITK PLAINS July 14 HEvelyn Evelyn Nesbl NesblThaw NeebltIhaw NeebtThaw
Thaw and Daniel OReilly were on hand handto
to testify today In the Inquiry as a to tothe tothe tothe
the present mental condition of Harry HarryK
K Thaw Both of them returned retumooto to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York without being called to the wltnesn wltnesnstand wltnMlJetand wtne wtnebtand
stand standIn
In conversation OReilly eald that he hewas hew hewas
was w counsel for both Harry Thaw one onebis and andbla andbI
bis bI wife at the time when It is alleged allegedThaw allegedThaw allegedThaw
Thaw threatened to kill her If he could couldget
1 1 get out ut of the madhouse This would wouldbar wouldbar I IJ
J bar out Mrs Thaws testimony regarding regardingthe
J the conversation of Thaw and his wife wifein wifoit
it in the Matteawan asylum a ylum1YJ as Justice Mills Millshas 1I111sbaa M1113baa
t baa held that the lawyer having been beenpresent be beenpreeent n npreeent
preeent In a confidential capacity could couldnot couldDot
n not disclose their secrets on the witness witnessstand wltneMetand wltneeastand
stand standAs etandAJj standA
As A Thaws fate Is believed to o hang hanglargely hanglargely hanglargely
largely on the testimony of hla hl wife the thesituation theIIItuation theMtuatton
situation looked very promising for him himuntil himuntil himuntil
until the lawyers representing the State Stateunearthed Stateuneaqhed Stateunearhed
unearthed a decision of the Appellate AppellateDivision AppellateDivision AppellateD1vilon
Division of tho Supreme Court in which whichit
it was held that t t In a civil proceeding whore whorea
a husband makes threats a against a wife wifeor
or a wire agulw > t a husband their testi testimony tNtIy teetimony ¬
mony Is competent and admissible This Thisdecision Thisdecision ThiedeciBion
y decision was given in the case of Mills Millspaugh MiliaPAugh MUlepaugh
paugh vs Potter 62 Appellate Division DivisionState DivlionState Divialonblat
State of New York page 621 and has hasnever haet hasnever
t never been reversed Justice Mills said saidthat saidthat saIdthat
that he would consider tho point and he hedirected hedirected hedirected
directed the lawyers to bo ready to argue argueit
it I before him preceding the taking of tea testim te tetlm teak
k tim ny tomorrow morning morningDistrict morningDistrict morningDistrict
District Attorney torney Mack of Dutches DutchesBald D tcheas tcheasmId tcheeeJ
J Bald I am confident the decision will willadmit 11111admit willadmit
admit the testimony of Evelyn Neebit NesbltThaw NeebitThaw
1 Thaw and that the contention of Mr MrMorschaueer MrMora MrMorachauser
Morschaueer Mora ha1ler that the conversation conv rsntion at atthe atthe atthe
the Matteawan asylumwas asylum waa a confidential confidentialcommunication onfldentiaIcommunIct1on nfldentlalcomm
communication comm nlCttlon between betw husband and wife wifewill wifewill wifewill
will not hold good The 1hetaw law was neverIDttmded neverIntended never DoverIntended
Intended to n protect a aThe threat threatThe threatThe
The lawyers for the State expect to put pulEvelyn putEvel1D putEvelyn
Evelyn Thaw Tha on the stand tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning to testify as to threats alleged to tohove tohave tohave
have been made by her husband against againsther agalnllther
her Mr Morsohauser MOllOb uaer counsel for Thaw Thaways Thawaaye Thawsays
says that if young Mrs Thaw testifies testifiesagainst teetUieeag testifiesagilnet
against ag lnst her husband he will wllIproduoo produce wit witnesses wit witflosses ¬
nesses to t prove that tatllhehllllad shehas said that tt she shewill Ihe Ihewkp shewill
will wkp keep Harry H In the madhouse mdoUe as long longas
as possible pble Mr M Morschauseralso Molur al also says saysthat lya lyatt saysthat
that tt her testimony teetmony will wi not hurt hut her hue husbands hU huebsnds ¬
bands bdl case c because bu she Iho has ha on several severaloccasions everl everlOlon severe severeoccasions
occasions Olon testified ttBed that she se considered consideredhim conlder
him hm aapo aapoMr B sa saMr
Mr M Morschauser lohusr also als threatened threatned to tobring t tobring
bring brag out matters maters which he sold Ild would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not please ple Evelyn Evely Thaw If she saw IW tem temI them themIn
I In print prnt To disprove her ler statement Itatement that thather thather thather
her husband huband no longer longr supported auppl her he
put a witness wlt0 on the stand ald who testified testifiedthat ttBed ttBedthat testifiedthatflaw
that thatflaw Thaw Taw was still ItI paying pyng her 10 70 aweek aweekwith a aweekwith ek ekwit
with wit on a additional aditonl S200 1 on the first tt of each eachmonth eh ehmonth eachmonth
month This T witness wUnea was wa Dr Valdemar ValdemarSillo Vademar VademarBio ValdemarSillo
Sillo Bio a physician phylcln to Harry Thaw He Hetestified le letetBe Hetestified
testified tetBe that tht he receives rlve the checks chek from fromMr fromMr fromMr
Mr Morschauser and turns them
Morhaur tUm the over overto overto overto
to Evelyn Thaw Mr Morschauser Morbaur said saidthat Ild Ildtha saidthat
that tha the reason rn why Thaw did not give givehis givehla givehis
his wife the 1500 a 00 in a lump every eve month monthwas mont monthI
I was waathatshewouldbebsckinafewdays waathatshewouldbebsckinafewdaysfor for more moreDr moreDr moreDr that tht she se would woud be back bk in a few days daysfor dy
Dr SIIIos Bloa relations rlaUol with wth Thaw T Thaat at first firstwere ft ftwere firstwere
were those of physician but later
tho a phyelca ltr on onth onp onthV
th thV y grew Bf more mor confidential condeta Tbe Te Tb doc doctor do dootor ¬
p tor tp testified tU tUflfl d that tht one n day while hle he was waspaying wup waspaying
paying p lng a professional profelon visit to t Thaw at the thePoughkeepaie thePoughkepie thePoughkeepeie
Poughkeepaie Poughkepie jail Jai the patient sold ed that tht it itwas Itwa itwas
was wa very ver wrong wrng for his wife wfe to keep kep him himso hi
so I s much In the thepubloeye thepubloeyeBlt thepubilo public eye eyeBut eyeBut
But Blt what can cn I do asked Bke Thaw Thawaccording Taw Tawrlng Thawaccording
according rlng to the doctor dootr I have done doneall doneal doneall
all al I con c to stop lltp it The Te dqctor said Id that thatThaw tt ttThaw thatThaw II
Thaw spoke llpke of the episode eple at the Knicker Knickerbocker Knickerber Knickerbocicer ¬
bocker ber Hotel Hotl over which his wife had hadthreatened hadtltne hadthreatened
threatened tltne to sue IUO the to managementfor managementforbeing mangement management fe foi foibeing
being blng ejected eJe from frm the te dining dnIng room rm and andMid andd andesid
Mid d that it was wa very ver painful pnful to him himMr himMr himMr
Mr Morschauser lorhuer asked alke Dr Sub Bl0 if I he heknew hekew heknew
knew kew whether Evelyn Evel Thaw Taw had been beenreceiving bn bnrlnl beenreoe4vIn
receiving rlnl money from frm her husband hUllbnd for forher forher forhet
her support IUPprt and an he said Id aye Yes 170 70 a week weekand wek wekad weekand
and ad S 200 additional aditonal a month The Te doctor doctorsaid doctr doctrId doctorsaid
said Id that the te checks chek were wer made mae out to toEvelyn
1 1 Evelyn Thaw and that tat he forwarded foraed them themto
i to t her Mr Morschauser Morchusr said that tt he hedesired hedei
I desired dei to prow pro that Harry Hn was sending endng
his ha wife wie monet every ever week wel to aid in her hersupport heraupport hersupport
support to refute rfute the te statement attment made madeby madeby
by b her on the witness wltno stand ltnd yesterday Yetrdy m
that tt he was w not supporting lupprlng her herAs herAa herAs
As usual Thaw was calm clm and hopeful hopefultoday boperulty hopefultoday
today ty He aided his counsel counl so s much muchin
in framing the questions to be muc
frIng up quetion b put to tothe tothe tothe
the witnesses 111 tn and preparing the papers papersthat papersthat
that tl Mr Morschauser MoUr preprg ceased referring rferng ppr
to him as a cUent and 0 called cle him my myassociate myact myaseoc1ate
associate associateEvelyn act aseoc1ateEvelyn
Evelyn Eely Thaw did not show aow her heac face
in I the court cour room rom but sot It nearly neary all the tneafternoon theatron theafternoon
afternoon atron In the District Dltrot Attorneys Attorneysoffice A ttmeya ttmeyaomc
office omc which whoh was wa besieged bieg by byalrgecwd byalrgecwdor bya a large crowd crowdof
of sightseers Ilghtr the te most mot of them tem women womenOccasionally womenOcclonly womenOccasionally
Occasionally Occlonly she ventured ventu out to t pose posefor posefor
for the newspaper photographers p She Shewas SheW8 Shewas
was W8 escorted Ored newlppr to the 640 1 train tn for New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York by a reporter reporterOne
One of the reprr reprrOne moat deeply absorbed abrb spec spectators epeotators ¬
tators tatrsl in the court oou room rom today to y was wa lp a awoman awomn awoman
woman womn past pt 80 8 with a face wrinkled wrnkle with withage wih wihage withage
age She waited wat until unti she Ibe heard her the thenoon thenon thenoon
noon non whistle whstle blow and then she Ihe told a acourt acourt acourt
court officer omcr that she Ihe would have to t hurry hU hurr
home and ad get dinner for her old man
But she Ihe added If that Evelyn comes mn
in 1 inyou vou ou telephone tlephone me at once onc oncePerhaps corel
Perhaps the most mo t Interesting Intrtlng testimony
or the day dy was wal that which showed ehowe tltmony what whatan
an easy IY time Thaw had in the Pough
keepsTe kepSe jail Jai while whie Sheriff Sherl Bob Chanler Chanlerwas
was travelling trvelng in Europe Eurp and the under undersheriff undersheriff
sheriff herll was In charge chage At this time
Thaws bodyguard boyguar was William Wiiam A
McCabe MoCab former rorer chief of police of Pough
keepsle kep le and widely known know In baseball baseballcircles baseballcircles
circles erolo The exchief was WI called cle to
testify tatfy for Thaw but when District t
Attorney Mack llck got hold of him on the thecrossexamination thecr8xmlnton thecrossexamination
crossexamination cr8xmlnton he brought out in ¬
formation roraton which showed Ihowe why the theprl prisoner oner
had hd such a a preference prererenc for the Dutcbess Dutcbesscounty Duthe88 Duthe88cunty Dutchesscounty
county cunty jail jailThaws al aiI aiIThaw
Thaw I a dally dly routine routne at the jail Jai was wasaccording wa wasaccording I I
according acring to this witness wlneM similar Ilmlar to
that of the average innn of affairs alall He Herose Her Herose
rose r at a comfortable comrorthle hour donned donne his hisrobe hil hisrobe
robe rbe and took tk a I bath After Atr this he heshoved heshaved
shoved have himself hlmslrwlth with the assistance ali tnc of
his barber barbe who lathered lathere his hl faco fac and nndgot andRot andgot
got some sme powder pwder and a 1 brush hm h for him
f to tl 4 clean cen his teeth uth Then after artr reading ring
the morning moring paper pp he was wal ready for
breakfast brakrat which was wa nerved rved to t him in
the Sheriffs private room After break
te 8heril prIvat rom Arer brek ¬
fast ra t Thaw Tho opened opne his hIl mail mai received receivedcallers rolved rolvedcalel receivedcallers
callers calel answered anlwer telephone tlephone calls cal8 and andwrote andwrote andwrote
wrote on his typewriter typewritr During his hisstay hisstay
stay lty In the prison he held numerous numerousreceptions nUmeroul numerousreceptions hl
receptions recepton with wlh those thol who visited visitd him himeither himeither himS
S either individually Individual or In bodies bole8 such suchas luch luchni
as the local baseball team and the
ni lo bbl tm college collegerowing cole collegerowing e erowing
rowing team tm who called cled to t nay their theirrespects theirrf8poti theirrespects
respects rf8poti headed heae by the well wel known knowncoach knowncoch knowncoach
coach coch Mr l r Ten Eyok EyokOn EyokOn EyokOn
On one occasion oolon said Ild the witnesswhen wltne when
Thaw was being blg taken away to t a hearing
he jumped Jumpd on a trolley troley car cr and was wa
half a block blok away before beror he discovered dl
that tat his jailers Jaier were not with wih him ver He Hewas Heplte Hewas
was polite plte enough to t get off ol again and andeome andee andorne
eome back to t the place pl where they had hadMen hadt
ee h
t Men bn separated separatedExChief ajrd ajrdECler
1 ExChief ECler McCabe Mcb expressed exp ezprese the opinion
I that tt Thaw Tw was WA In his Judgment Jud < ent not no only
perfectly ely sane le but a s gentleman gentlemanThaw gentlemans
w j s Thaw Tw bad b a lot of other oter gtem good witnesses witnessesone witne
i one o onsofthembefngDrJobnACardoj of them tem being hnc Dr John Jo Co A A Card Or of
Poughkeepaie POkple Dr D Card C attended bin hllln In IntherjjaQ
therjjaQ tej and a OB C one 0 OCCIMJOB 0Jb OOenUe4I2Im ked ium
I >
> 1 Ji1 fa
People Pl FCOpCESft1 used 11 to toOto go l to Itw la IIWOTIrthIZ IIWOTIrthIZreal over 0 their theirreal U1
real raett estate troableo t Mow Ho a days dayswbfen dJ day5wbn
wbfen wn vre say s tto ti title ti Isv J bad b OM OMowner d theowner
owner oWer oswdly B admits amttl the fact fa and andhires udhfre3OC ad adbule
hires bule hfre3OC tofflc one 00 to correct coct It ItTbe ILTe It ItThe
The Te new way wren an ranch I bad b blood bloodalso blo blood1silo
also alo time te and money ot it I la i only oae oaeof 00 00of oaeofthcgood
of ofthcgood the te good gO tilings U1 ththebattheflUeGuar ththebattheflUeGuarantec that the ti Title Guar Guarantee Q ¬
antee atee aad aa Trust Tt Company C has I done doneTRUST doe doeTiE doaeTiftE
A AND TRUST TUST C9 C9CaplUl C9Citl C9Capital
Capital Citl and a Sorplas Su a < 12000OOO 12000OOO170BwcyNY 120
170BwcyNY 1 176 5 Lwsy J l T ITS 1 Restm R Bt a Bt5O BUya
380 D 5O ration I IIf St Jamaica JamaicaIf JaaaIf
If he enjoyed ejoye motoring motorng Thaw smiled smilecand eUe smiledand
and d said ld that he had hd not had muct muctopportunity muo muohopportunity h hoppruniy
opportunity oppruniy lately to t do any Dr Card Cardthen Cr Cardthen
then tlen suggested Ugg6t that tht he would woUd a see a If he hecould heculd hecould
could culd not get the Sheriff Sherl or some sme of his hisdeputies hl hisdeputies I
deputies depuUe to take tk him out for a ride rde in an anauto anaut anauto
auto aut At the time Umeqf of another oter visit vlt Dr DrCard DrCrd DrCard
Card Crd asked Bke Thaw Tw what wht his hi plans were werefor wereror werefor
for the future in case o he was w released releasedand reled releasedand
and d he sold that he had definite
Ild tt h no delnlt plans plansin plas plasI
in I view but was desirous derU of getting gettng into intosome ito ito10me intosome
some 10me business buslno the te exact tnc nature nture of which whic
he was wa not sure lur of as yet yet Later Ltr the thedoctor thedotr thedoctor
doctor dotr and Thaw Thw were wer discussing dling the thecase thec thec5e
case c of a man mn in the jail Jai who suffered sufferedfrom lurerd lurerdrrom sufferedfrom
from delirium delrum tremens tmens Tw Thaw said sId he hehad hehd hehad
had hd never been ben on a spree spr hi 1 his life lifesaid Ufesid lifesaid
said sid the witness wno but that tt sometimes sometimesafter aometme sometimesafter
after arer dinner dnner he might drink drk A great deal del
but not not oftem of tr But he never drank drk gt any ay ¬
thing in the morning moring morningand and if I ho had token tokenanything ten tenany takenanything
anything any thinK the night bfor before he had h never neverthe neverthe neverthe
the slightest 81ghtet inclination Inciaton for a drink drinkth dk dkth
th next next morning moring P PAnother
a Another thing he told me continued continuedthe contnued contnuedthe
the doctor door was WI that he seldom s dom drank drankcocktails dk dkoktll drankcocktails
cocktails oktll Some SmoUmee Somotimee times he had h drunk dnk cock cocktails ck cktis cocktailewben ¬
tails tis tailewben when ovary ovorbrell ovorybodyelse body else did but he didnt didntlike ddt ddtlke didntlike
like lke them Ho said lid also als that tht he never neverdrank neverdnk neverdrank
drank dnk alone and never n never ver kept anything ayting in inhis Inhis Inhis
his room rm to drink dnk Of course cour when he hedined hedne hodined
dined dne out incompany Incompy he drank dk what the theothers theothel theothers
others othel did but he was wa glad gld to say that tht he henever henever henever
never had hd a I craving crvlnl for alcohol alcoholThomas alchol alcholTom aiooholThomas
Thomas Tom J Ehloider a dentist d6tst of Pough
keepsie k ple testified tNtfed that when wh n ho went wet to totho totho totho
tho Mattoawan MalOwanlylim asylum to t fix fx Thaws Thw8 tooth tth
ho took tk his wife Ue to see B the prisoner prsner as asshe B asshe
she ewa was very much interested Intert in the te case caseUe c caseHe
He first flt Oaked Iko Thaw if he would woud like lke to tomoot t tomost
moot mot herand her ad he gold Ild iaidhewouldbe he would be b delighted delightedTho delghte delightedThe
The other witnesses were principally principallyphysicians princIpallyphysicians
wteo wer
prnolply prnolplyphYllcs
physicians phYllcs keepers keprs stenographers atenopher and andtradespeople ad adtdepeople andtradespeople
tradespeople tdepeople who have had h business bune with wit
Thaw Tw since sinc ho was wa committed commited to t the theMatteawan thsMtewan theMatteawan
Matteawan Mtewan asylum and all al agreed agr that thatjudging tht thtJudgIng thatJudging
judging from his acts aot and converton conversationthey conversation conversationthey
tey they considered onsider him rational rtonl Tho Te law lawyers lw lwyr lawyers ¬
yers yr for the State asked Bke every ever witness wit0 th thcustomary t thcustomary
customary Ctomr questions quotonll whether wheter Thaw Thw had hadtalked h hadtalked
talked tke to them of the te killing kilng of Stanford Bor
White or about abut young girls glrs being blnc led ledastray le ledastray
astray atr None of them had convened with withtho withtim
tho petitioner pttoner on onhil his subject lubJe hd cver as this thll wth wththo was wasthe W wasthe
the te one thing that tat his counsel onei had h In Instructed inItoted Instruoted ¬
structed Itoted him not to talk tlk about abut
There Ther are a so s many my exlawyers exlwers exdoc exdoctors exo exdoctore ¬
tore tr and ad extailors extlors to t Thaw w that tt the thesuggestion theggeton thesuggestion
suggestion ggeton has h been bn made me that tt they te form forman for
an association Boton and ad hold a reunion ruio cce ccea oce ocea
a year yer as they tey are a all al very ver much of the thesame te teme thesame
same me mind mid namely that tt Thaw Tw is i not notonly notonly notonly
only a good g good fellow tel ow in I every sense sl of the theterm thetr theterm
term tr but a model moel young man mn
Black Daek Piratical PraUea Craft CNr With lh No Sailing SailingLights samacIshtl Sailinglights
Lights Ishtl Carries Car Ute tf Lost LostTARRTTOWN LoetTARRYWN LostTanarvowN
TARRTTOWN TARRYWN July 14 HRver 14RIver Iliver pirates piratesare pirt
are a at work along aong the te Hudson Hudn and andearly andely andearly
early this morning they made mae two good goodhauls go goodhauls
huls hauls one at the te home of Lincoln Lnoln Mao MaoCorralck 1a MaoCormick
Corralck CorIck in Irvington Inngn and ad the other at atthe atthe atthe
the Ardsley Artey Club Cub garage grg The home of ofC orC ofC
into C D Fraser Fr In Ardsley AI Ardzlewaa was w also als broken brokeninto brken brkenInto brokeninto
intoLincoln IntoLlol Lincoln Llol MacCormfck Macrlck a New Yosic Yol law lawyer lwI law7cr ¬
I yer who has a country seat t In Broadway BrO way
Irvlngton Irlngt was tho first ft victim vIctm Tho Thobleves Thotleve Thethieves
thieves tleve ransacked rcke his hl house hoU from frm top tp to tobottom t tobottofn
bottom btii and n S2000 no worth of silverware silverwarewas sivera
was wa token ten As no one was WI at home they theytad the
tad ha an easy 01 time timeThe tme tmeThe timeThe
The next place plc visited vlllt was wa Mr Frasers Erasershomo Frasershomo Frasershomo
homo The burglars burlr were a little lte wary war
here her and were wer frightened rrllhtne off or before beor they theycould theycould theycould
could get anything They went to the theriver theriver
river and rowed rowe out to t their teir launch
They ran r down dow to below blow the Ardsley
dock dok and landing lading again broke hrke into Int Ar8ley the thegarage thegarge thegarage
garage garge of the Ardsley Arley Club where wher they theystole theystole theystole
stole about iSOO S X worth of automobile
automohle automohletr
tires tr Returning BtumlnR to the boat bot they tho con cn ¬
tinued tnue on n down the river and mode mae their theirescape theIrecpe tberescape
escapeA ecpe
A New York Central Cntrl towerman towern towerntone eta stationed etationed ¬
tioned tone near ner Ardsley Arsle saw IW the boat bot and andsaid andsaid
said Id it had a black hull hul Two workmen workmenalso
also saw sw it at about but 4 oclock oclok this morn mor
lag Ig with two 10 men In it but not knowing knowingof
of any robbery robbr they did not pay perU particular perUcular ¬
cular notice noto to t it itThose itThose o oThe py pr
Those The three thre robberies rbber8 with the t robbery robber
In in the home of Mrs Mr Ashbel Ashbl P Fitch h in inthe Inthe inthe
the White Wlt Plains Plns rood led le the police to tothink tothink
ra pUc t
think that tat river rver thieves thIeve are ar taking ting ad advantage a advantage ¬
vantage of the opportunity of entering
the homes home of the opprunty wealthy In this thll enterng section
knowing that the families ramle have hve OCton either eithergone eiher eihergone eithergone
gone to t the mountains mOWtns or thS th seashore Ihore IhoreA
A visit from the te black blk boat bot is expected expectedtonight expectedtonight
tonight tonJh and a an alarm ala has hl boon bn exp sent ent out outall outal outall
all al along the river rver As the boat bt carried carriedno
no lights lght it is easy oy for it to steal stel away cre
George W 1 Clark Clar Hell frl Known Kno Up State StateArrested State StateArrested
Arrested Arete at the Grand Gr liaise UnlrniGeorge Vo liaiseOeorge
George Oerg W Clark Crk a former for r hotel hotl keeper keeperof kep
of Oloversville Oovenvle N Y was w held in the theTombs theTomM theTombs
Tombs court yesterday Yt upon a short shortaffidavit shortafUdavit
affidavit amdvlt charging chrJng forgery rorger upn in I the I second and sort sortamdvlt
degree deg He will Wl be b detained detined fortyeight
hour hours tioursfor for the Syracuse Byo authorities authoriUe foryeigt
The he complainant cmplinnt Detective DtUve Tlcho of ofthe
the detective detetve bureau buru sold the person personaggrieved personaggrieved
aggrieved is 8 W Mason Mn a window p1 shade shademanufacturer lhe lhemanufatrer shademanufactorer
aggeve manufacturer manufatrer of Syracuse Syu It is alleged allegedthat allJ
that Clark Clrk gave a note for S7SO 17 purporting purIng
to t bear br his hislgn signature tur when in fact fa another anotherperson aotbr aotbrpefn anotherperson
pefn person signed sige Clarks name nme at his request
I It Is I alleged aleged also aL that tht Clark Clrk resisted reat h ruest ruestI col ¬
was lection leton not on o his bisMr hil hisMr the ground gud that tt the te signature signaturewas sl tu
Mr Mrllan Mason was w represented by Benjamin Jaml
Terk a lawyer I oer of Syracuse By who ho said a that thatother thatother thatother
other charges charie will wi be b made against Clark Clarkat Crk Crkat
mo anst
at Syracuse 8ymse Clark C1r formerly conducted
the Belmont Hotel Hotl in Syracuse 8yru the conducte Amen American Amer Amencan ¬
can rn in Johnstown Johnstow and other ote hotels botel in this tl
Rtat Htate He wan arrewtod at t the Grand
Union Hotel Hotl on Tuesday Tuey arO night on Orn a tip tp
From Montreal Montrl whither whiter he hat bJ wired for forils
his mail mal 1 1The IThe wr
The M rather WeatherLowpresure ratherLowpressure th r rL
Lowpressure L preuure arras central centra north of the Ds Dalotas Dc1oIu
Votas lotas over Kanut Kan and In the extreme Southweat Southweatikuiwd Suthweat 3outbweatCSuM1 I IuM
ikuiwd uM showery ehoer and unsettled unsette conditions rndlUol and an andthunderstorms
thunderstorms In the central
thundertrms yesterday
rentra valey Yeateray Yeateray7te
7te Thee were local loal ralni rana alao as at a some se points plnta e an n the tbaAtlantic theAtato theAtIniio
Atlantic Atato COM Cut but no D general aeerl itorm tr In 11 the theNorthwest te teorwee theorthwcst
Northwest orwee It 1 uas a renerally aeneraly fair fairSomewhat far farSmewha fairSomewhat
Somewhat Smewha lower temperatures tmpraurn prtvalled In Inrw Inew
< rw York Yok and ad south sutb and southwestward prvale Into Int the tbaennesseo theTennesse therenneesee
Tennesse ennesseo Valley Valey On the coaat coa ot Maine Mane and In InSouth In5uth InSouth
South 5uth warmer warmerIn Dakota kot and Nebraska Nebraka and ad Arizona Arzna It I wu wuwarmer wa waswrmcr
In the latter later State at PbornU Phrnlz no 10 decrees dearee was wasreported wasreported aa aarpored
reported reportedIn rpored
In 1 this thi flty ttT the Lb day r y nas aa fair and a little ltte eooltr eooltrwind cltr enoerwind
wind wn lIght leh northeast nonteat to southeast sutheat average I
humidity Jumldly SI lt per pr cent cnt barometer barmeter corrected avere to tore toread I
re nd read d to t sea Ia level at a 1 I A M 20 2tJ3 M 1 3 p pThe corecte M 1 S3 92 I t
The temperaturb tperatun yesterday yetray as recorded rere by the theofficial theomclal e eotcla
official otcla table tte thermometer temometr Is shown In the te annexed Innezel
joox 11 ifYM1 sire tent
D A M 1 it7t 71 7 111 W 79 I P M yI 1m p > 11 7 71
n 2M M 7 si l B P Mn 70
3 P M j S3 MllS M I Mid Nd7S 17 7 70 tr
Hlchest lehet temperature temptature M at a 310 p M MwA YUIRQT UwAspnzaroy I
wA wAspnzaroy UIRQT mj aTox roitzotsr plvAn ron rf TO TDA DAT AND SD TO TOitonrow TO voMOSCoW
MOSCoW itonrowFer MOSCoWFor 0110 0110F
For F r eastern rlem New Ne YorK Y rt the U 5 Dlttrict Oird of tnlvmtila tnlvmtilataittrn 1nIa blsrnbiaeastern
eastern alm Jrnntvltania Prnlrolla New Nrl Jirieu Jf Dttamtn Dttamtnni Oell
Gid tied ni Uurvland A arlan feniraUy raU fair la IOMU Oay and to tonorrmc tom gooro1r
norrmc m rt not 101 mucft cftonp cl P n ng m Ir tempiraturt Uglit Uglita u ss ssan
e an a rlnblt trttuft trttuftFor tn W14fFor 1
For New ew Enf Enelad IngIand land generally reealy fair far today tday and ad to tomorrow t toinorros
morrow morw 071 nl much chance chUI In temperature tmpratur light lih
variable aable winds Wnd mostly moty westerly wcaterll
Fpr For western wetr New Ne York Yor and a western m Pennsyl enTI enTIa ¬
vania partly cloudy today sad
a pty cOV tda tomorrow
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Ifalter Decorate Deeort the Retiring Retlrnc Statesman Ntatecmanand flata
and ad Write 1te a letter Ltt of Thanks TankDulD TankDulDpeue piankeflerlin piankeflerlinPleased Berlin BerlinPleated
Pleated peue at the Change chace Change4mperlat Change4mperlatCoitterenoes Imperla ImperlaConferences mperal mperalcOreme
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BERLIN BBr July Juy 14 HI 14It It Is I officially olclly an announced a anflounced ¬
flounced nounc that the to Kaiser Rllr has ha appointed appointedDr appInte
Dr D von BethmannHollweg BthmaHlweg Chancellor Chancellorto Cclor Cclort
to t succeed lo Prince Pnc von BOlow BQlowPrince BOlowPnc BOlowPrince
Prince Pnc von BUlow had b his hi lost lt audience audienceas audIenc
as Chancellor Cclor with wit the te Kaiser Rir this tl morning morningat
at the t palace pJ The Kaiser Kir received recive the theretiring thertrg theretiring
retiring rtrg Chancellors Cclora resignation rgnton with ex expresaions exprOI expresalons
presaions prOI of regret rgt and ad gave him many manyassurances may mayluO manyassurances
assurances luO of esteem etm and gratitude gratitudeAfter grattude gratitudeAfterPnince
After MtrPnc AfterPnince Prince von BQlows departure deparure the theKaiser te teKs thela1aer
Kaiser audience to Dr Beth BethmannHollweg BethmannliOilweg
Ks gave cvo on a von on Btb
mannHollweg mannHollwegIt mH llweg llwegI
It I was announced ano o later ltr that Herr HerrDelbruok Her HerrDelbntlok
Delbruok DlbrOek succeeds luo Dr von Bethmann BethmannHollweg Bthman BethmannHoliweg
Hollweg Holweg ai a Minister Mlnlter of the to Interior InteriorHerr Intrior IntriorHer InterIorHerr
Herr Her von Sydow Sydo succeeds auo DolbrUck as asMinister a a aMinister
Minister MInitr of Commerce Commo Herr Wermath Wermathsucceeds Werth WerthIUo Wermathsuooeeda
succeeds IUo Von Sydow as a Minister Miniter of Fi Finance FIno Flnance ¬
nance no Kerr Rer von Holle Hole Minister llnlltr of olEducation ofEucton ofEducation
Education Eucton who resigned rsIged Is I succeeded luoe by byVon byVon byVon
Von Trod Tr ru Solz the te president of the theprovince t theprovince
province prvlnoo of o Brandenburg Brndebug Prince Prlne von vonBillows vonBOlowa vonBillows
Billows right rght hand had man m Under floors Secretory Ser floorstary ¬
tory t von Lobell Lbl has ha been bn nominated nomint to tosucceed toIUo tosucceed
succeed IUo Zu Solz SolzThe Slz SlzThe SolaThe
The Gazette Gaule announces aounc that tat the Kaiser Kaiserhas Kaiserhas I
has conferred cnf r on Prince von Billow the theOrder thoOrer theOrder
Order Orer of the Black Dack Eagle EagleThe EagleThe EagleThe
The appointment appointent of Dr von Bethmann BethmannHollwog Bthmann BthmannHolweg BethmannHoliwog
Hollwog Holweg as Chancellor C nolor is received recive with withgeneral withgeneral I Igenerlltlfaoton
general generlltlfaoton satisfaction although it ls l feared fearedthat fear fearedthat
that he lacks lak experience exprienc In foreign af affairs aff affaire ¬
fairs f lrs never never having seen aon diplomatic dlplomato ser service el earvice ¬
vice It Is I thought tought for or this thl reason reaon that thatho thatho i iho
ho may throw thrw this thl delicate delcte part of the theChancellors theChanclorl theChanceIIore
Chancellors Chanclorl duties dute too t much muc pr Into Int the thoKaisers theKalers theKaisers
Kaisers Kalers hands handsAs hd handsAs
As the te change cnge In the te Chancellorship CacelorshIp Is Isone laone isone
one of the to most mot important Imprt political pit 1 event eventthat eventett eventsthat
that tt can cn occur Our In Germany Oerany It was WI natural naturalthat nturl nturltht naturalthat
that tht the people pple and ad those tho In Berlin Brlin espe especially e espechilly ¬
chilly caly shouIU soun be b thrown into Int great grt excite excitement excit excitemeat ¬
ment All Al forenoon forenon the announcement announcementof anouncment anouncmentor
of Prince Plne von Billows successor IUOlr was wasawaited wa waawat wasawaited
awaited awaitedUnterdenLlnden awaitedUnterdenLindon
UnterdenLlnden UntrenLlnden and the te principal principalstreets prlnolpl prlnolplatt principalstreets
streets att were wer thronged thronge with silent ex expectant expectt cxpoctant ¬
pectant pectt crowds crwd until unt the te word wor spread spreadaround apreadaru spreadaround
around aru that the final fnl act at of settlement settlementupon Ittement Ittementupn settlementupon
upon upn the question queton was actually auy being blg per performed perfore performed ¬
formed fore In full rul public publo view The result resultwas rut rutw resultwas
was w that tht those tho in the secret et hastened to tothe tothe tothe
the square IUr outside the palace pla whence whenc a aview avIe aview
view vIe Into the palace ple garden gan was obtain obtainable obtn obtnable obtainable ¬
ableThe ableTe The Te Kaiser KaIsr could be b seen an In converse conversation conver conversetion ¬
tion ton1rt first with Prince Pinc von Billow and then thenwith thenwIt thenwith
with wIt Dr von BethiannHollweg It I was wasnoticed wasnotc wasnoticed
noticed notc that tht hi I his conversation convrton with both boththe bt boththe
the te Kaiser Kalr used even ev n more I emphatic emphto
gestures gtur than is i usual ulul wIth wih mm DimImmetly himImmediately mmImmediately
I Immediately Immetly after aftr the te official omcll an announcement a anouncment announoement ¬
nouncement nouncment special lpl editions etions published pUblshe the thenews thenews thenews
news whereupon Dr von Bathmann BathmannHollwegs BathmannHolwegaplcur BathtnannHollwegs
Hollwegs Holwegaplcur picture was wa nailed nale on all al motor motorbuses motr motrbus motorbuses
buses bus and taxicabs taxlcabs1The tlCb taxicabsThe
The Te Kaiser Ker has h written wttn an autograph autographletter autogph autogphleter autographletter
letter leter to Prince Pnce von BUlow In complying complyingwith oomplyng oomplyngwIt
with wIt his h request rU8t to be b released rlea from offic officWilliam orc ofilceWilliam <
William WIUa II 1 expresses expr the most mot painful painfuregret pnful pnfulregt painfulregret
regret regt for his hl determination deterInton to retire retireadding rtr rtrading retireadding
adding addingHard ading addingSHard
adingH Hard H as it is forroe to give up your yourexperienced youreprec yourexperienced
experienced eprec aid Id In the conduct conduc gve of the thebusiness thebuln thebuelnees
business buln of the empire empIr and ad State Stte and ad to tosever toeer tosever
sever eer the to tie of trustful trstfl cooperation cooperationwhich coperaton coperatonwhc cboperatlonwhicih
which whc has h bound me to t you for so 1 many manyyears manyye manyyears
years ye nevertheless neerel6 appreciating apprIatn the theweighty theweIghty theweighty
weighty reasons rn for your resolve relve I hove hovecome havecome I
come cme to the conclusion cnolulon that I ought not notto notto I
to t stand Itad any longer in the way of your yoururgent yoururgent yoururgent
urgent wish wishFrom wlllhlrom wishFrom
From lrom thedepthof the depth orpy ofpiyheart myheartleipressto myheartleipresstoyou hert I terpress erpre to toyou toyou
you my mywaninest warmest warest thanks tanks thankefon for the to devotion devotionand devotIonand devotionand
and selfsacrifice alicrllc which have hve marked rake the thedistinguished thedistngihe thedistinguished
distinguished distngihe service enlc rendered render by you youto youto youto
to my predecessors prors and myself myaJ and to tothe tothe tothe
the fatherland faterland In the munif mllroldomcand mllroldomcandpsitons manifold old offices offiqesand offiqesandpositions and andpositions
positions psitons YOU have held during I your yourhonorable yourhonorble yourhonorable
honorable honorble and fruitful rrlful career carer May the theLord theLrd theLord
Lord Lrd God Oo grant that tha the activities aotvites of your yourstrenuous yourstrenuOU8 yourstrenuous
strenuous life le be b followed folowe by many manyyears may mayyearaor manyyearaof
years yearaor of undisturbed undl8turbe happiness happinessBernhard happinesBm hap pinese pineseBernhard
Bernhard Bm H M K Prince Pnce Von BUlow BUlowhas BUlowha Billowhas
has ha been bn a hard h worker devoting devotng sixteen sixteenhours S aizeenhours on onhoura
hours a day dy to labor lbor and ad five fve hours houh to tosleep toIlep tosleep
sleep Before Bfore becoming bomlng Chancellor Chaclor he heserved heare heserved
served are in various varoull diplomatic dlplomto posts pt at atseveral atMverl atseveral
several Mverl European Europn courts our Including Incuding those thoseof tho
of Italy Itly Austria ustra and Ind Russia Rula Ho 10 Ut Utabout L Leabout
about aut 60 e years yeai old He le has h not been bn in ingood Ingo ingood
good go health helt for two or three th years Ylr and on onone onone onone
one occasion olon he fainted upon concluding concludingan concludng concludnga
an a address addl in the te Reichstag Rlcbstag upn
His Hi father fater was Wa the principal prcipl Secretary Secretaryof Sretry Sretryor
of State under uder Bismarck Blmk and the younger foungerBUlow roungerBillow
BUlow received rive instruction ItrcUon dunne dunnl the
early eary years year of his hil diplomatic diplomtlo life le iifirom iifiromBaron from fromBoron fromBrn
Boron Brn von Kendall Kendl one me of Bismarcks Bismarcksconfidants Bsmrks Bsmrkscldt Bismarcksconfidants
confidants cldt He le II plunged Jlunge enthusiastically enthUIUCly
into the te FrancoPrussian FrnoPMln War and won wonhis on onhl
his hl epaulets epulet early He le started stre life le poor poorbut poorbut
but aside tlde from the te preferments prefenents he pr prbut has hasenjoyed h hasenjoyed
enjoyed enjoe his career crr so s pleased ple a rich rch Ham Hamburg Hamburg 11amburg ¬
burg sugar merchant merhnt Herr Her Godfrey Gorrey
that thatt he sugr loft BUlow BUow a sufficiently lumcenty large larpeportion larpe larpepor largeportion
portion por on of his estate ett to make mke him a mill mi millionalre ¬
ionaire Iore He has hll a villa vil In Rome Rme that thatwas thatWa thatwas
was Wa built buit for him at a cost 0t of SO 500000 500000One 500000One
One of his first Ilt acts act after artr being bing made madeChancellor madeCanclor madeChancellor
Chancellor Canclor was to cement cment the te friendship frendblp
between betwNn Germany Oery and Italy Ity He le has hassaid h hassaid
said sid repeatedly reptly that tht there tere should shoud be befriendship berrendlip befriendship
friendship rrendlip between btwen Germany Oerny and Eng Eg ¬
land ld and that tht no European Europn country countr was wasso wals wasso
so s important Imprt to Germany Gery as England Englandwhich Englnd Englndwhlo Englandwhich
which whlo took tk the largest portion prton of Ocr Germanys Or OrmY1 Ocrmanys ¬
manys mY1 exports and ad which sent snt to tier Oermy tiermany Germany ¬
many my more expr of Its I products prouot than tn did dd any anyother anyother anyother
other country cuntr He was w for a big navy navyand nv navyand
and ad during durng his Chancellorship Cnolorlp the German Germannavy On Germannavy
navy nv grew from a comparatively small one oneto oneto oneto
to be t JW the te Important Imprt cmprtveiy naval navai factor lm1 that It Itnow Itnow itnow
now is and Is becoming boming He declared declar
however that the navy nv was WI not for rorag roragglve ag aggressive aggressive ¬
gressive glve purposes purO a statement sttement he was wasnever WI wasneverable
never nver neverable able to make mko the English Egllh believe beleve
The French Flnch have hve been ben less lel openly o nly noepti noeptical lopt
cal cl In this regard regar than thn the English Englsh He Hesaid Head Hesaid
said ad that tht the navy IV was wa for coast cst protec protection proto prototon protsotion ¬
tion ton BUlow also a11 declared delr when the thegrowing thegrowing thegrowing
growing navy nv was wa criticised crtcl that Germany Ormwy
had ha no notion noto of solving South Rout America AmnricaHo AmlrCn
He had h the te art ar of making mklnl friends frend and was waspersuasive WI waspersuasive
persuasive prlve rather rter than thn iron irn fisted fltd but he hewas heas hewas
was as sufficiently lufclenty bold bld In the Klauchow Kluchow and ad
Morocco Mo Incidents IncidentsThe IncldentaTe incidentsThe
The Te retiring retrni Chancellor Can lor Is just M 1 years yearsoM yers yersol yearsoki
oM ol He le became bcme Chancellor Chnclor on October Octr 17 1
1000 lD oucng succeeding uccee < llng Prince Prno HohenloheSchlll HohenioheShl
ingfurst Ingrurt The Th romance romanc of his life con consisted conslated ¬
slated lt In his hil elopement plopment with wih the Counters CountersDOnhofT Countl8 Countl8Dnor CountessDonhoff le
DOnhofT Dnor who had been bn the wife of his hischief hischler hischief
chief in the te diplomatic dlplomto service te ric She is isan II isan
an Italian Itlin lady lay of the princely prncly house houa of ofCamporeilo orCmprlo ofCamporwtlo
Camporeilo Cmprlo hence hene perhaps prlpa the explana explanation pxplanaUonof expianatIo ¬
tion Uonof tIo of the house In Rome me The Tf marriage marrlagntook
took place p1c In lA IHSfl The Te lady murlaj then 38 38years 31 3tyears
years yer old was considered corlder one of the te moat mot motbutrul moatbeautiful
beautiful butrul women at the German Orln court courtDr oourtDr courtDr
Dr Theobald Tebald von BethmannHollweg BethmannHollwegwho RthmumJoUweg RthmumJoUwegwho
who is II U 1 years yera old wan wal A 1 college colege friend friendof rren rrenor friendof
of the Kaisers Kal Kaisersthey rthe they belonged blonge to the same samefraternity samefratcrnitTanti me merrtmltrad
fraternity rrtmltrad and ho has bs been bn one of tho
Emperor Empror a advisers avler ever since line their teir man manhood m roanhood ¬ I
hood ho days dya began bgan The Te doctor dOtr entered enteredpublic enteredpublio
pu public lo life lre early erly and before bror he was enter 30 3 he henod heh hehad
h nod been bn made mde Governor Ooveror of OberBernim ObrBmm
Afterward Arerar he won w Provincial Prvincial President Presidentof Preldent Preldentof
of Potsdam Pot and ad there ther saw IW much of the
Emperor Epror He next served ered as Preoldent Preoldentof
of the government goerent of Bromberg rm Presi ¬
dent of or the te province prvinc of Brandenburg Brandenburgand r
and Minister Mlnatr of the Interior Inl InteriorWhile rlor rlorWhie
While Whie Secretary of the Interior Intoror he has hasserved hasserved
served ared also als 8etaf rt t ViceCbanoellor VIcCanclor under
Prince Prnc von Billow BQlowHe BalowHe Billowlie
He is fa s a mild mid Conservative Cnratve in politics
but btt as a minister minIstr of the Crown Crw poltlc ho has hasalway hasalways
ba baaway
always away held hed the te ground gund that tht in adminis aln ¬
trative functions t functL9hemu1t ho bmUt must be nonportlaon bnonpal
Trouble Toble Over Ovl Retention ReteUoR of Cleafaegon CleafaegonWater CleraeO Clear tiegos tiegosWater
Water Works Work Engineer EngineerStx Ece EceSoll
Stx Soll fat Cadtt Clb Ditpatch DIJcl foTHF loTF SrX SrXHAVANA SM ScitHAvANA
HAVANA IA UNA July 14 HAtough 14Although Although the te sec secretary a eecrotary ¬
retary of President Pdent Gomez Ge flatly fty denied denlettho dene deniedthe
tho report that tt Minister Mlnter Morgan Morln Instate Instateupon lnst insisteduRon
upon the retention rtento of otJamee James Jame Page as a en engineer englnor engineer
gineer glnor of tho water watr supply and sewerinj sewerinjat Iwerng Iwernga
at a Clonfuegos ClenruegO the statement stattt as al cabled cablehere cabledher cabledhero <
here her is confirmed conOred in every detail detai Bellly Belllytho RmY1 RmY1tho Reillythe
tho contractor cntrctor for the work at Cienfuegoe Cienfuegoeacting CeDuego Clan uegoe uegoeacting I Iacing
acting acing with Lagueruola Lgerela Is J said sd to bo bodeeiroUH b bedesirous
desirous of ousting ustng Page PageMr Pge Pger PageMr
Mr r Morgan Morln admonished adonle Lagueruela Lagueruelathat LguereJ
that the Magoon llgn decree der formulating formulatingtho forutng forutngthe
the contract contrt provides provlde that tt the cnginoe cnginoeappointed cngineeappointed
appointed appinte shall shal remain until ut the te enger engerappinte com completion completon cornpletlon ¬
pletion pleton of the work unless uN he is removed removedby remove removeby
by the Executive Executvt for cause cUI after aftr a public publichearing publc publcherng publichearing
hearing herng The Te matter con c now only bo bosettled bosette besettled
settled sette by b President Presiden Gomez Gmez decreeing decreeingPagos decreeingIagos ering eringlagea
Pagos removal rmoval and such action acton Is very veryunlikely veryunlikely
unlikely Ulkely although RelUy Ril baa scone ne to toCayo t toCayo
Cayo Cyo Cristo Crsto the Presidents Pidents summer summerresidence aummerrIdence summerresidence
residence rIdence hoping to t carry crry his point pointLaguaruela pint pintLguarela pointLaguaruolaattempte
Laguaruela Lguarela Laguaruolaattempte attempts atempt to justify justfy his hlslton hlsltonon action actionon
on the te theground ground grund that tht the te civil cvl service arvlolw servicolaw law is isin l isin
in nowise nowll applcble applicable to the case C The TheHavana Te Telavana TheHavana
Havana lavana press pr of all al complexions complexlolls Is greatly greatlystirred gty gtystr greatlystirred
stirred str up TholNario The Dor Diarlo de II la a Marina a agovernment agoverment agovernment
government goverment partisan ptsn says sy Although Alhough we wemust wemust e emut
must mut not forget that wo w were tutelaged tutelagedour tutelged tutelgedour
our tutors tutr must mut not noto jo too to far for des desperation de desperation ¬
peration prton even of a weak wek people can C give givemuch givemuch givemuch
much trouble troubleTho truble trubleTho troubleThe
Tho Diffusion D3cu ln an antiGovernment anttGovernmenorgan antOovemment antOovemmentorga
that Minister Morgan visits visitsthe visitsthe
organ orga says ly tat fnlstr Islt
the palace place dally dly telling ting President Prldent Gomez Gomezwhat Oomezwhat Gomexwhat
what ho may and ad may notdo n tpo This hu humiliating humlatlng humutating ¬
mutating mlatlng condition was brought brujb on the thecountry thocountr thecountry
country countr by wouldbe revisionists of the thoPlatt thePlatt thePlatt
Platt amendment tendment who have hve substituted substitutedfor substtut
for that tht innocuous InnouoU measure meue an American Americandespotism Americandespotism Americandospotism
despotism despotismClbn
Cube C an opposition opposlton organ says ya that thatinasmuch tt ttlmuch thatInasmuch
inasmuch as Cuba Is compelled clpele to obey obyWashington ob obeyWashington y yWalngt
Washington Walngt n it would bomore b be mor more dignified dignifiedto dIgnIfe
to Inquire Inquir as to Washingtons Wa hlngtons wishes wishesbefore wlsbe wishesbefore
before brore acting actllK instead Insted of afterward arterar re rescinding r noscin ¬
scinding scin lmJlnl ling her action under compulsion compulsionTho cmpul810n cmpul810nTno
The Tnunfa Trunfa an official organ denies deniesthat denle deniesthat
that any official protest prott was wa mode me against agalnsiPagos agalrt agalrtPages againstPagos
Pagos removal rmoval and says that tht his hl reten retention retenton retention ¬
tion ton was asked nke by Mr Morgan merely merelyas
as a personal peronl favor favorTho favorThe favorThe
The Presidents prldentl secretary srtr when deny denying denyIng denying ¬
ing that a protest potstbd had been b made mae prom promised promIs promlead ¬
lead Is to issue l ue a statement statment tonight tonIgh but butso butso
so 8 far It bos I not been Issued 18ue The Score Secretary Sr Scoretary ¬
tary try of state mte State is Indlp Indisposed and Id could culd not notbe notb notbe
be b seen seenSeAor seenSefior n
I SeAor Bfor Moron Ior has b tendered tnder to t President PresidentGomez Prldent PrldentOmez PresidentGomea
Gomez Omez his hi resignation rIgton as a Director Drector of the theNational theNatlon1 theNational
National Natlon1 Lottery Ittery His Hs action atlon Is duo to tothe tothe tothe
the fact fat factthat that at he was 111 disgruntled dlgtled by being beingplaced bIng bIngpla beingplaced
placed pla under the Secretary Sret of the Trees Treasury Tr Treesury ¬
There will be demon demonstration demonstraton demonstratton
ury Ter wi b a great neg negro ¬
stratton straton In favor of ofMonia Morua or tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownigh tomorrownight
night nigh It may be b the prelude to the theformation tbeforaton theformation
formation foraton of a powerful pwerul negro neg party pry
Schooner 8thoonrl Captain to Hr Df Tried Te for a Near NearDisaster 4earDIsaster rr rrDlutrr
Disaster In llawallnnrHaUr llawallnnrHaUri laallIatn laallIatni
i i Idai > rrtol na CoWs Cob Dtipatch Dp4ch to t Pt Tn T ins SON SONHONOLULU SO cw cwHONOLULU
HONOLULU July 14 HA A warrant art was wasIssued waalse wasissued
Issued lse today for tho arrest artor of Capt Cpt F FTollefson FTolefln FTollefaon
Tollefson Tolefln of the power pwer schooner ehoner Ram Rambow Rin Rinbw Rainbow
bow bw on a charge chrg of manslaughter manlaughter under underthe underthe underthe
the Federal Feerl statute sttute used us by the prosecu prosecution pru pruton prosecution ¬
tion ton in the Slocum Slom disaster dlatr cane c The TheRainbow TheRainbw TheRainbow
Rainbow Rainbw was wal carrying cIng twentyfive tentyfve chil children cl children ¬
dren dnn and an several Iverl women belongingto blonglnlt an anexcursion a anexcursion
excursion ecrlon party when It capsized capslz off oflMolokal ol offdoiokai
Molokal Island leand and sank nk All Al on board boardwere b boardwere
were wer saved eavt but one woman woma died of shock shockIt Ihok IhokI
It I is Icac charged that tt the te Rainbow Rinbw was wasunprovided wa wale waleunprovided
unprovided unpvid with wIt proper prP life Hf saving eaTng appa apparatus app apparattle ¬
rattle rtU8 and life lre preservers preserversMISS prrer preserversMISS
Second Victim of Auto Accident AcrdMt at atFrance atJol atTolgny
Jol Tolgny y France FCf mil 1tll Recover RecoverCablt Relfr Relfrprc RecoverSpCCd2
SpCCd2 prc < Cable Cab DettxOcit Otpa It II Tel T Srx SrxPARIS suwPAR8 StiePAnts
PARIS PAR8 July 14 HOf Of the automobillng automobillngparty autmobing autmobingparty
party which was Injured in an
InJur upset near nearJolgny ner nerJolgy nearJolgny
Jolgny Jolgy on Monday Mondy evening the most mostseriously mOt mOtaroullly mostseriously
seriously aroullly injured Injur Is1 I Miss llll Anna Ann Ness of ofNow orew ofNow
Now ew York who received rived Injuries Injure about abut the thehood thehe thehead
hood he and chest and has hl not yet recovered recoveredconsciousness rever recoveredconsciousness
consciousness con iolne Her ler condition conditon Is I desperate desperateMiss dM rato ratoMil
Miss Mil Ella Ela Feigenspan Fegenllp of Newark Newak Is not notin notIn notin
in a serious aroU condition although alUouah badly badlycut by bycut
cut and bruised bris about the head he and arms armsJuan ara araJt armsJean
Juan Jt 8ampo Spe a Parisian Parsia pharmacist phallt who whojumped whoJump whojumped
jumped Jump from frm the automobile autmobie before bror it itoverturned Itoverure itoverturned
overturned overure escaped ecp unhurt unhurt1JOJS unhur unhurto2s
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LONDON LNDN July 14 UA A statuette ltatuete of
Shakespeare Shakepr which la II believed bU9Ve to t have haveeen havebeen havebeen
been modelled artist artistand artistand
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and ad which whch Is the te original Qrgin after aftr which the themonument themonument themonument
monument in Westminster Wetminstr Abbey was wasdesigned W Wdeged wasdesigned
designed deged was w sold Iold at Sothebys Btebys today todayor
for or 2025 05 05GUUW
Japanese Japare Laborers Iaborer In Hawaii lawaU Forming Forlns an anAntt a anAntiMIrike
Antt Antltrke AntiMIrike trlke A Aodatlo Aoclstlon AoclstlonSpecial < odatlon odatlonSptctat
Special sr Call CIII Dttpotelt OO1 to TUB T flex flexHONOLULU lt dcvHoNOLtLU
HONOLULU July 14 HEta 14Extra Extra police plc are areguarding ar areguarding
guarding 2uarlng the Walmanale Walmanle sugar aug plantation plantationto platton plattont
to head off attack byJapanese byJapanesestrike
strike t he ol any ay possible attk byJapnes
agitators agitatorsThe aglttn aglttnThe
The laborers laborershere here are ar forming foring an nasa association ao nasaciation ¬
ciation ciaton to share shre profits proft and oppose OPpol strikes strikesJAPANNING strikesJAPANNI1G strikesJAPANNING
Judicial JUIlal Authority Authort to Be Transferred Df Trrrre and anda
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Togio TO IO July 14 UIt It Is statedthat Ilsttthat a new newagreement newagment newagreement
agreement agment is I pending pendg by which hoh judicial judicialauthority Judical Judicalautorty judicialauthority
authority in Coreawlll bo transferred
autorty 1 Core wl b tnsfe to toJapan toJapn toJapan
Japan JapanA Japn JapnA
A new nw central ont1l bank bn in Corea Cr will wl be beestablished b beestablished
established ettlshe It I is I confirmed confe that that the theCorean theCorn theCorean
Corean Corn Ministry Mstr Ministr of War Wa will 11 be b abolished abolishedAmericans abollh abolishedAmericans d dAmerlrl
Americans Amerlrl Wed We In London Londonfprclal Iendo Iendor LondonSpecgal
fprclal r l CaW Dtipatcfi Ouael to t Tas T SCK SCKLONDON SeNLNDN dcvLONDOr
LONDON LNDN July 14 14SamueL Samuel 8 Pierce of ofColorado otColorao ofColorado
Colorado Colorao Springs Sprng Col Cl was w married mare to today ta today ¬
day under special license Icen at St Georges GeorgesHanover OergeIHanove GeorgesHanover
Hanove Hanover Square Sua to an American aAmercn girl girlMargaret girl1lagaret girlMargaret
1lagaret Margaret daughter daugher of Roswell Rowel P An Anderson Anderon Andereon ¬
derson dersonSTAItElt deron deronSTA dereonSTAI3EIf
Heart womans Non Sa Sai Both Crooks CrooksFired CrooksFre CrooksPired
Fired Fre Hhots In the House HouseCoroner Ionaf HouseCoroner
Coroner Brewer of Brooklyn Brokly held an In Inquest Inquest inquest ¬
quest yesterday yetery as IS to the killing klUng of Mrs MrsSophia MrsBphla MrsSophla
Sophia Bphla Staber who ho was shot last last Thurs Thursday Thu Thuraday ¬
day dy morning morIng when whtn burgUra b1ugl4r broke into intothe intote intothe
the te Staber Stabr homo at a 4S3 East Et Eighteenth Eighteenthstreet Eghtth Eghtthatret
street Flatbush
The jury
atret FltbU8h jur returned rture a averdict averlot averdict
verdict verlot that Mrs Mr Staber Btabr met her death deathas deatha
as a the result rult of a plat1 pistol shot Ihot wound In Inhe Inthe inthe
the chest Inflicted InBlot by Carlo Crlo tire and ad John
Schmidt SchmidtEdward Shmidt ShmidtFowar SchmidtEdward
Edward Fowar A Staber Stabr the dead de womans womansson woma womaaoj womanscolt
son aoj told how he was wa aroused arous by the then theCrNI thecLlqs
CrNI cLlqs n < of his sisters alsWI how be ran rn Into the theuill
hail hl and grappled gpplo with wih Giro Gr until te he
forced rorC the burglar into Int the bathroom bathroomand unt
bthrm bthrmand
and how Giro Glto fired fr at least one shot shotwhich Ihot Ihotwhloh shotwhich
which had ha lodged loged In the door dQramb dorjamb Jamb He Heas
was as not sure lur whether Giro Olr fired A ed more
than th once onot hut he h asserted that Schmidt Schmidtt2lectargec mor
ar tat ShmIdt
discharged drge his h revolver rvolvr several vr time Ue
Present Plemt Rtflnr Rta May Ia Be Deposed DepN or railed railedbut lale Hilledbut
but Illi ia HI Fate Matters Ilaten Little UtUeAn UtUeAnIpornt LIttleAnIgnorant An AnIgaorant
Ignorant Ipornt Despot DeptSa DespotSaya Says Meirop MOrop Nevton NevtonKhan NI NWvtonIffianPoilUcsICompUcsUens
Khan UaPotUel IffianPoilUcsICompUcsUens Political Complications CompUetel Ahead AheadOne At AheadOne
One of the thebest best bst Informed Infore men on Per Pertlan Pel Perelan
Ian affairs aal in New York Is Col Mesrop lorp
Norton Nevn Khan Kn former forer secretaryof art secretary of the thePersian thePerIan thePersian
Persian PerIan Legation Lgton in Washington inWalngn and ad at atone atone atone
one time tie aldpdecamp al ecp of the te late let Shah Shahfather 8 81mbfather
father fater of the th present rler rler of otPenl Persia In Inspeaking Inspeaking I
speaking plng last latennlng evening of the Persian Persianupheaval Persi PersIanupheaval
upheaval Col Nevton Nevtn said saidThe ealdTe saidThe
The Te present prnt difficulties dlr diffi ute ulties in Persia Penl Illus Illustrate 1u illustrate ¬
trate trte one very ver salient sient fact rac and ad that tht Is Isthat I isthat
that Mohammedanism Mohmo as a political pltolagent pltolagentIs agent agentis
is a failure faiur We see ee It In I Morocco Mor Tunis TunisAlgiers Tn TunisAlgiers
Algiers AlgIer Egypt Egpt and now no hi I Persi Persia This Thisrevolt Th Thrvolt Thisrevolt
revolt rvolt means me that the independence Ind pndonc ol olPersia of ofPerl ofPersia
Persia Perl seems am to t be b doomed doomedAfter dome doomedRAfter
After Ater the te RussianJapanese RUln war wa Russia Russiabecame Rula Rulabe Russiabecame
became be tractable trtable and d she and a England Englanddivided Engl Englanddivided
divided Persia Peri up Into Int spheres spher of influ influence Infu Infuel Influcoca ¬
coca el Russia RUla taking the north norh and ad Eng England England England ¬
land the south sut For more than tan a year yearJhe yearJo yearPie
Pie Jo Turkish Turksl troops trops have been bon In the te west western west westcnn ¬
cnn er part prt of Persia Perla They Tey moved move right rgt In Inand Inad inand
and ad have ruled ntledter there ruthlessly I look lookfor lok lokfor lookfor
for no conflict conllct between btwen them the and the theRussians theRUI theRussians
Russians RUI at present prnt although the Russian Russianforces Rul RUSeUUJforces
forces fol are ar moving down to t Teheran Teheranostensibly Tehera Teheranostensibly
ostensibly otllbly In the interest Intrt of peace po and andprotection ad adprtton andpmttion
protection prtton of Russian RUII commerce commerceThe commerc commerceTho
The Russians Rusa will w1 probably wait wat until untlthe untl untlthe untilthe
the Turks find themselves tied in
Trk fnd themalve te pp po political p pclitkai ¬
litical Utal and ad military mlt operations oprtons elsewhere elsewhereand elewher
and ad then will wi politely invite them to tomove tomove tomove
move out of Persia Perawhch Persiawhich which they may do doThe doThe doTho
The present prent Shah Sh Is really Ignorant IgnorantHe Ignrnt IgnrntJo
He Jo has b had ha no education except excpt in his hisfathers histatbea hisfathers
fathers tatbea palace Ple He speaks spk a little litle French Frenchand Fenoh Fenohand Frenchand
and he understands undertd Russian RUla He has hasbeen h hasbeen
been bn educated euoated in the Koran Kor and ad that tat is isall laal Isall
all al He le has Inherited Inerto natural nturl ability abilityIlls alty altyHis
Ills mother was a commoner comoner the daugh daughter dugh dughter ¬
ter of ofa a man I who was wa once onc Prime Prme Minis Minister lDna lDnatr Ministen ¬
ten tr His brothers broter are ar the to sons Ins of Prin Princesses Pn PnCOO Princeases ¬
ceases COO and ad there t r has h awa always been bn family taly
feeling feUng and more mor or 01 lees 1 intrigue intrgue on ac account a nocount ¬
count of that Ho 10 may bay be b deposed deP and andbis ad adhil andhis
his hil son may rule rlo nominally nominly The son sn Is a abright abrght abright
bright brght young fellow but he le will wi only ony be b a anominal anominl anominal
nominal nominl sovereign n The Te Shah Bha has ha been beena bn bna
a trary tral governor goverr by nature natureWhen ntu natureWhen Iver nearly neJ all a his hs life lfe > and adla andis is arbi arbitrary abI abItral arbitrary ¬
When Wlen the te troubles truble arose oyer the con constitution conItutlon constltution ¬
stitution Itutlon and it was abrogated agat the ottt otttlying oft oftlyn odtlying
lying provinces prvlnc wouldnthave wouldnt nve It it Pre Previous P Pror1ot1s ¬
vious lyn to that these thOPrvin provinces had h sent ent In Incomplaints Inomplat incomplaints
vO complaints omplat about abo ut their ter local lol and pro provincial provincial r ¬
vincial rulers rle men who had h lived lve by bygraft bygat bygraft
graft gat and ad who had ha me ruled rle most Ot arbitrarily arbitrarilyand ar ltrly ltrlyad
and ad often oren cruelly and ad these te were wer re removed r nomoved ¬
moved move They Tey all cams Ca dame to t Teheran Teer and andthey ad adthey andthey
they surrounded lurrounded the the8ha Shan ShanInstead ShanInstead
alt Instead of listening ltna to the t good go advice Mlvioeof adviceof 8vlC
of the foreign Ministers llnt about constitu constitutional cotistitutional ¬
forg ottu ottuton
tional ton government goverent and a making mkn the best bestof bt btof beetof
of things tin the Shah Sh listenedto Ineto the army armyof ay ayof
of disgruntled dsgrntle ones one He also objected bJete
to the doings doing of the ignorant Igort Parliament ParliamentThe Pale PaleTe
The Te members lebr were wer unft unfit to t rule rle over the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country The people pple knew nothing nothin of ofrepresentative ofreprntative ofrepresentative
representative reprntative government governmentParliament govement govementParlient governmentParliament
Parliament Parlient annoyed the Shah Sh by Inter Interfering Interferng Interfaring ¬
faring ferng with wit his hl anoe prerogatives prrogatve and ad meddling meddlingwith medlng medlngwIt
with wIt the te finances fnO Before Bfor that ta time timethe tme tmethe timethe
the Shah Sh was his hil own ow finance fc minister ministerAll mistr mistrAl
All the of the
Al tE revenues revenue kingdom were werehis wor werehis
his hil He took tk what ha he liked Ilo for himself himselfand himslf himslfand himselfand
and if there was wa anything anyti left over be bepaid bepaid e epi
paid pi salaries aJrle to his hl Government Oent agents agentsIt agnt
It I annoyed him to have hve this privilege privilegeof prvne e eof
of aoye handling the te money interfered Intere wit witand wiad wltand
and ad be listened Iltene to the te malcontents malcontentsThe macontnt
The Te Shah Sh has b never had h an a army ary
The Te fighting ghtl spirit Irlrtb has nearly nl disap disappeared dip disappeered ¬
peered from fr the te Persians Pernl The Te so socalled a socalled
called Oe pr Cossacks Ck are ar simply smply a brigade brigadeof brgae brgaeor
of Persians Persl in Teheran Teer wearing uni uniforms ul ulror unlforms ¬
forms ror like lb the Russian RUbl Cossacks Cka wen and andhence ad adh andhence
hence h ote the name 1e They Ty have hve Russian Busslanofficers Ru1 Russianoffloera
officers omol also Outside Outd of this tll force to at atTeberon a aTeher atTeheran
Teheran Teher a the to Shahs Bha army ay is l one on o paper paperHlsvCosaack paperHiCoesaek
ppr pprfor
HlsvCosaack force for Is now nowoutside outside outide Teheran Teheranonlr Tehe Teherananrcant
onlr al anrcant cant ct get In Its military mitr strength strengthpractically ItKt strengthpractically
I prtcly practically amounts aount to t nothing noU g gI
I It 1 would therefore thufor seem m probable probablethat prbble prbbletha
that tha the present prelnt Shah Sh will wl b b be deposed deposedHe
He le may be I killed kie At any ay rate rt Persias Persiasdays Peri PersIaIdays ep
days dy of Independence ldeJndence are a over Com Commercially Commerially Cornmeroially ¬
mercially and from rrm the standpoint stdpint of ofcivilization ofcIvizton ofcivilization
civilization cIvizton It may bo b a I good thing thin From Froma Fm Fma
a political plUclplnt point of view g it mar ra lead Jl to tocomplications t tocomplications
complications cmplcton of the tle gravest character characterThe chrotr chrotrThl
The Thl Russians Ru n a are already in control controlof
of Tabriz which is I reollr aread r1 reallythe the most mot Im Important Imprtant importent ¬
prtant portent city cty of Persia Per Te The force for that tht thatII
11 II in sweeping swepig down dow on Teheran Teber came camelargely ce ceIlrpely camelargely
largely Ilrpely from rota Baku Bu In tho Russian Run oil oilfields 01 oilfields
fields felds by the Caspian Cplan Sea SeaOn S Sea0n
On some smo accounts aount it Is fortunate fortunateUmt fortuate fortuatetlR
that tlR the to nationalists ntonalst now occupying
Teheran Tehern which consist chiefly chlefy of 0 the theBaktiari theBkUal theBaktlari
Baktiari BkUal tribe trb from rrm the south auU and west westamvod wet wetarvo westarrived
arrived there first The Shah is
arvo ter rt T S prob probably prb prbably probably ¬
ably at his summer lumer palace at Sahab Sahabrranleh 8b flahabgranleh
rranleh grleh twenty miles mie or p so a from frm Teheran TeheranHe Tehern
He can cn do nothing nothig there ter The Te reform reformelement rror reformelement
element is in the te saddle Idlo It Hi is not offend offending olend olendIng offendIng ¬
ing the foreign rorelg Powers It I Is I trying tlng to toreestablish torltabll toreestablish
reestablish rltabll parliament parliamentRussia prlatnL prlatnLRliad parliamentRusaia
Russia Rliad and England ERld wilt wl really rly rule ruleand rle rleInd ruleand
and Ind the te complications complctonwm will come when whenTurkey whenTrkey whenTurkeyis
Turkey Turkeyis Is I Invited lvlt jo to t move mo out ut of the
West Welt Fer a year ye there ter has b bn been an anarchy anahy anarchy ¬
archy This Thi must come to t an a end and andit aridtmneana
it tmneana means meaa as I have hve said sId the th doom dom of an the thePersians te tePeri thePereisne
Persians Peri as aa an independent Inepndent people peopleROYS pple ppleDOl people1101S
The Te Fourth For One en the te flock Ro Is I Waylaid WaylaidFive WaylaidElve aad aadf
Five f Arrests ArrestsWatching AreestsWatching t tWatohln
Watching four houses hoU between btwen Colum Columbus ColumbUl Colurnbus ¬
bus bUl and ad Amsterdam Amstela avenues veue is I a job jobwhich jobwhich jobwhich
which three thr Holmes Holmeplmen portolmen have haveresigned haverlge haveresigned
resigned rlge In the te last lat three tr weeks weu on ac account ao aocount ¬
count ount of boys boYI who whomade made their teir liven lve mis miserable mIserble roleorable ¬
erable erble On Tuesday Tuesy James Jae Powell Powel of
758 7 8 Jennings Jenning street Itrt The Bronx Bron was wasassigned wasassigned aa aaaslge
assigned aslge to the beat bt and he got through throughtho touCh touChtho
tho night without mishap mllhp
Lost Lt night a crowd acrow of boys byalurunde surrounded surroundedhim I
him and by well wel concerted team t work workonch workeach I
each foh one striking onor a different dlterent portion prIon of ofPowell ofPowelatthe ofPowell
Powell Powelatthe at the same Ie time tme they te had hd him himdown himdown himdown
down in no time When Wen policemen polcme from fromthe frm frmthe fromthe
the West 100th 11th street atrt station stton went to his hisaid hillaId hisaid
aid he was w lying on the sidewalk sidewak with withhis withbIl withhis
his bIl uniform unlror torn and his hat ht smashed smashedThese aae smashedThese
These Thel three tr boys b were 1er charged ohar with withfelonious wih wihfelonloU8 withfelonious
felonious assault lult Valentine ValentnWasron Wolsron WolsronIB
118 IB yearn yor old of 75 West Wet Ninetyseventh Ninetyseventhstreet Nln tventh tventhltrt
street ltrt Edward Ewar Jacob Jlbl 10 of 31 2 West WestNinetyseventh Wot WotNlnetyaventh WestNinetyseventh
Ninetyseventh street Itt and ad William WilliamHughes Wll WilliamHughes
Hughes JugheIR t ft of 2770 27D Eighth Elghthavtue avenue Three Threeyounger T Threeyounger
younger boys were wer charged with die disorderly dlsarerly dieorderly ¬
orderly arerly oonducti oonductiCAPT conduchC conductmCAPT ohrg
CAPT C PT CILLVORES GIIUOIES NEW SHIP SHIPTransferred llllP llllPTranlrerre 51111Transterred
Transferred Tranlrerre From om Battleship natUlhp Illinois to toArmorrd toAnorr toArmored
Armored Anorr Crnlier Crller Maryland MarylandWASHINGTON Malland MallandWUnNOTN MarylandWaenivcrmmr
WASHINGTON WUnNOTN July 14 upt Capt James Ja C COuilmoro
dillmoro Omor commanding oda officer omor of the thebattleship te tebattelplUnoll thebattlemhip
battleship battelplUnoll Illinois has b ha bean b ordered O to tocommand t tocommand
command commd the theaorc armored cruiser Maryland Marylandof Mld Mldot
of ot the tl Pacific Paflof fleet succeeding auong Commo Commodore C mnmo mnmodore ma ¬
dore Moses L I Wood retired onhIe his
dorM L Wo on onhll own ownapplication ow awnapplication
application applctonn pn > n June SO 3 rtn Capt Cpt Olllmore Olllmorewas Gimor
was wa formerly in charge of the naval re receiving nocelving ¬
ceiving oivfglltaUo station In I cg New N wror o York te nva He H is II 1 a anative antve anative
native ntve of Pennsylvania PennsylvaIa but was wa appointed appointedto appoint
to t the to thcnaval naval service are on September Btbr 221871 221871from 2 I8I I8Ifrm 1871 1871from
from frm Arizona ArZD He if figured f In on a episode episodeduring epla episodeduring
during durn the te Philippine Phippine 1nuton insurrection several severalyears lve severalyears
years Ye ago ag He H was In command of a aacoutiqg autqg asooutlqg
acoutiqg utqg party pary which was WI proceeding prng up upa
a river rver in northern norer Luron Luzn His HI boat bt be became b becaine ¬
came Ce separated spt from the te rest rt of the t party partynnd partyand
nnd Capt Cpt Giiimoro Giiol thru a LiaUtannt LiaUtanntCommander LluUMt LwuloaantCommander pry prynnd
Commander Commader attached atthed to t the gunboat bt
Yorktown Yorktow and several seamen men from frm that thatvessel thatvessel
tat tatWer
vessel were Wer captured captur by Filipinos Ylpn He Hewas Bewa liewas
was wa held captive captve for months rontbad montheand and with wth his hiscompanions hi hiclon hiscompanions
companions clon was rescued rC by a force for of ofcavalry ofav ofcavalry
cavalry av r commanded comd by b Col Robert Rb L
Howze lowz who Is now a Brigodleraeneral Brigodleraeneralin
BrKerrl BrKerrlIn
in command commad of the to Porto Por Rican Rc regiment regimentof
of Infantry InfantryHfieBOOInherttsaeeTaxeTi Infat Infat188IRettceTa InfantryNtIO000lnherttsneeTsx rgment rgmentor >
HfieBOOInherttsaeeTaxeTi 188IRettceTa on Bootb Jo Estate EstateALBAjrr Etatf EitatALnairr
ALBAjrr ALBA July JulyICtt 14State U State Comptroller ComptrollerGaus Cptrler CptrlerOautoy
Cans Oautoy today received llve 160000 IO the te amount amountof mountof oni oniof
of the thepollateral collateral lltllnberict Inheritance ts 4 on Cq onrotate g w
ett rotate QfHt of Henry PBU P January Booth who hoc dld i
NeX rcb 1 wa 4
1 1O
OBdal Oca8ttet Statement Issued Ilne on o Seizer SalzerOOOOOO Saze 2 2oo 25 >
OOOOOO oo Deal New Orleans Orlean near nearNEW Del HearsNew
NEW Na OBLXANB July Juy 14 HWih 14With With tho In Intention Intton intention ¬
tention tton of placing plin Guatemala Ouatm b upon a cold coldboats loldbla goldbasis
boats bla and recalling rUng all paper pper currency ournoy at attho atte atthe
the te rt rate of IS 1 cents ct on the dollar doll a bondi bondlug bond bondIng
lug i deal del in I being bing negotiated negtit by President PresidentEstrada Praldent PraldentE PresidentEstrada
Estrada E Cabrera Cbrr for 125000000 moo United UnitedStates Unlt UnItedStates
States standard William WilliamSulzer WilliamSulzr
Btt stdar Congressman Congma W1lam W1lamBulr
Sulzer Bulr of New Ne York la I the bead he of a syndi syndicate syndicat syndlcats ¬
cats cat which whIc is financing tnng the deal An Anofficial Anotc AnotBclal
official otc statement attet has h been bn given out to tothe t tothe
the to effect elet that tho corporation corrton will wl re refinance r nofinance ¬
finance the
fnc country countr
This s Is the first ft time that any anyone one has hasever ha hasever
ever attempted attmpt to t strengthen atnen the t financial financialsituation foal foalltton financialsituation
situation ltton hi I Guatemala Gutma although atough Pros President P Prosdent ¬
dent Cabrera Cbror has b been bn striving Itrvlng more rnorothan mor morethan
than t ten tn years e to t attain attn this tIs result rut One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of hl hl his agents Dr Tlmoteo Tlmot Mlralda Mlrd now nowhero nowher nowhere
hero her says IY that tht President Pr Preel lent Cabrera Cbrr has hasobserved b baaobserved
observed ohre the great gt advancement avRoment of ofMexico ofMno ofMexico
Mexico Mno under the te gold standard stdr and ad the theincreased theIinc theincreased
increased stability sbt of Its lt Government Governmentand Ooverent Ooverentad
Iinc and ad coinage cin system tm and ad he desires der to todo toI todo
do for his country what Joe Limantour Limantouraccomplished Limantouraccomplished
I hl count wht Jo Lmatour Lmatouraomplshed
accomplished aomplshed for Mexico MexicoCongressman llxo MexicoCongressman
Congressman Cngrm Sulzer Sulr is 11 now said Ild to be bein beIn bein
in Guatemala Ouateml City Cty and ad he and President PresidentCabrera Prldent PrldentCbrer PresidentCabrera
Cabrera Cbrer are ar working night nlg and day dy to tocomplete t tocomplete
complete complet the terms tera of the te contract contrt It ItIs I ItII
Is believed bleved that tht when the rate rte of exchango exchangehas
has been bn reduced ruc to t the basis bis of two for forone forone forone
one and the Guatemalan Guatemln dollar doll value valueraised vaberS vakieraised
raised rS from trm lees 11 than thn ten tn cents cnta to t fifty fiftyAmerican fUy fiftyAmerican I IAmerc
American Amerc and foreign forg capital cpital will wi seek seektho Bk seekthe I
tho many mny opportunities opprtunte for investment investmentin Invetment I
in Guatemala Guatemal and the development of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te country will 111 be b rapid rapidMARSHAL rpd rpdMARSI1AL rapidMAIfSIIALe
Mutiny of Troops Toop Put Pt Down by Soldiers SoldiersBorrowed Holtrn HoltrnDorroN SoldiersBorrowed
Borrowed DorroN FromNicaragua FromNicaraguaNsw From rom Nler5a Nler5aBw TIcaragua TIcaragua1aw
Nsw Bw ORLEANS ORLNS July Jly U HMartial Martial law lawhas lw lwha lawhas
has been the entire entirenorth entirenorth
ha bn proclaimed prlalme along te entr entrnor
north nor coast ot of Honduras Hondur says Dr Timoteo TimoteoMeralda Tlmot TimoteoMeralda
Meralda lerd former forer Minister 1lnltr of Honduras Hondurasto Hondurat
to t Nicaragua NIcrg who arrived ave from Central CentralAmerica Cntral CntralAmerc CentralAmerica
America Amerc The situation situaton is I due to an anincipient anInolplent anincipient
incipient revolution rvoluton resulting rultng from the thoinability te teInbity theinability
inability Inbity of the Government Goverment to t pay Its Itsofficials It itsofficials
officials olc1 or its It soldiers aoldler The T salaries saIe of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the former have been bn out down dow 0 per percent pr prcnt peroont
cent cnt recently rnty while whie the to soldiers loldlers have havereceived haverlve havereceIved
received rlve nothing nothingHonduras notIng notIngHondur nothingHonduras
Honduras Hondur has ha been bn counting cuntng on tho re receipt roopt mocoipt ¬
ceipt opt of 100 2000000 from Guatemala Ouatmaa as asIndemnity asIndemnit asindemnity
Indemnity Indemnit for the to revolution rvolution of July 1908 1908and 11 l08and
and has ha stalled atle off ol its It obligations oblgaton Unt until untilt
t receives rve this t money Attempts Attmpt have havebeen havobn havebeen
been bn made me to float foat a alQ loan of t8000000 1800 in inNew InNew InNew
New York Paris Pas London Lndon and ad Hamburg Hamburgbut Hburg Hburgbut
but it foiled fale When the te unpaid Upd officials officialsand omclalsad officialsand
and ad soldiers aolder attempted attpt to t pay py themselves themselvesby temlvea temlveaby
by Bolting ldng the te customs ctr duties du ee collected colle at attho attl atthe
the tl Atlantic Atato poInt points they were wor dispersed dispersedby d pre
by troops tpa loaned loed by President Prlldent Zelaya Zlaya of ofNicaragua orNIcrua ofNicaragua
Nicaragua NIcrua Then Ten martial ma law was put
In force for but it has b not succeeded auoe In en entirely enUrely entlrely ¬
tirely suppressing Ipprlng the disorders disordersDr dore
Dr Meralda Merda expects a revolution rvolutIon He Heattributes 10 10attributa1 lIeattributes
attributes attributa1 all the ep trouble truble to t President PresidentZelaya Plldent PlldentZlaya PresidentZelaya
Zelaya Zlaya of Nicaragua NIc who he says aya abso absolutely aba absolutely ¬
lutely lutly controls contl Honduras Hondu and ad gets get the thegreater thejtr thegreater
greater jtr part pa of its revenues rvenue President PresidentDavila PIdnt PIdntDavl PresidentDavila
Davl Davila of Honduras Honlur Is sold d to t be b hostile hostileto hostlo hostlot
to t Americans Amero and ad foreigners foigner his ant animosity anlmolty antrnoelty ¬
mosity being bIng shown In the prohibition prohibitionof prohIbIton prohIbItonof
of the erection eron of buildings buldp by the Valen Valentine Valentne Valentine ¬
tine tne syndicate sndicat and ad Individual Indvidual Americans Americansat Amerlc8 Amerlc8at
at Puerto Per Cortex CorteeGIRLS Corz CorzGIRLS CortexGIRLS
Court Cout Protects Pet Child CIble Wnete Stepmother StepmotherWants Steotbe Stepmother1Waats
Wants Wat Her 1f t t to Renounce Rmouoe Catholicism CatholicismJosephine Caholdlm Caholdlmopln Caho1telsmJesepblnc
Josephine opln Bell Rl IS year y old daughter daughterof daubtr daubtrof
of William Wl Bell Rl a pouter of 410 IO Lorlmer Lorlmerstreet borimprstreet
pter Lrljr Lrljratt
street att WiUtarosburg Wllsbur was w permitted pltt permittedes permittedesterdayby yes yesterday ¬
terday tryb terdayby by Magistrate Mitrt Naumer Nauer in the Man Manhattan M Manbatten ¬
batten hatt avenue police polo court curt to remain remnn remnnthe rernainln rernainlnthe Jn Jnthe
the care cr of her h grandmother gdother Mrs Mr Ellen EllenDumphry Elen ElenDuphry EllenDuniphry
Dumphry of 20 2 2 South Suth Fifth street strt after afterthe aftr aftrt afterthe
the t girl gir had b refused rfus to t renounce rnounc Catholi Catholicism Cthol Cathollclam ¬
clam to oblige her stepmother who Is
cl tohll he atpmoter I a aPresbyterian aPbytr aPresbyterian
Presbyterian PresbyterianThe Pbytr
The Theclrla girls mother moter died dlf five fvo ycarsago ycarsagoand ycrs ago agoand
and after artr her death deth Josephine was placed placedin pl plIn
in the cant of the 8lstr Waters listers of St Joseph Josephattached Joph Jophattche Josephattached
attached attche to t the te Church Cur of Sta St Peter and andPaul ad adPaulIn andPaul
Paul PaulIn In Wy Wyte Wythu tho avenue Sho was w educated educatedIn eu te
In their teIr convent otnnt and was 118 confirmed onnneal as asCatholic a aCatholic
Catholic CatholicThree Ctholo CtholoTr CatholicThree f
Three Tr yean er ago Bell Rl married maie a widow widowwith wldowwith Idowwit
with wit two children cidn In leaving 10vlng the con convent convent convent ¬
vent In June JuneJoeephinewent Josephine JoJhlnewent went to her home homeThree homeThr hornsThree
Three Thr weeks wek ago she went to t the home of ofher ofher ofher
her grandmother and ad asked aske her protec protection prt protcotion ¬
tion ton saying ylng that tht her stepmother wlbod wlbodher wWe wiazedher
her to t change ohge her religious rlgious faith fath Mrs MrsDumphry MrsDumphry lr
Dumphry Dphr kept the girl and ad Mrs Mr Rail Relldidnt Rel Raildidnt
didnt dldt loam lem of her whereabout wherbout until untilMonday unti untilMonday
Monday when wh she sent Int word to t Mrs MrsDumphry M MrsDumphry
Dumphry Dupl to send end Jophine Josephine wor to her herhomc herhomcTe home homeThe homeThe
The Te grandmother did not comply
Xfr M Mra gotb RA Rn A nbtsinsd > itj lnAri ji summons IlmmM fnp In IhA
girls inls grandmother nhWnf and adwh when t the case casecame ci casecame
came c lrijgdotr before tror the Magistrate Magtt yesterday Yetery he hesaid hed hesaid
said d that tt hwould hwod h would not consent oonnt to t let the thechild thochUd thechild
child be b taken tke back bk to her father rahor and andstepmother andtepmot andstepmother
stepmother tepmot as alog long as she was determined determinedto detrie
to t remain a Catholic Ctholo Rail Hel protested pr tete but butthe butthe butthe
the Magistrate Magitrte told ttd htm l that tt It he desired desiredho deIr
ho could ou go before befor the te Supreme Court Courtfor Courtfor Courtfor
for redress redressELEVEN redressELEVEN
Poll Pollsh Ctrl Gi wn W IMsappeared JNpere on o July ly 1 1Retaros IReh 1Returns
Returns Reh to t the te llswe Je el Her ler Sister SUterMiDDLKTOWir Slt SisterMmDDrxrowic
MiDDLKTOWir MDL1 NY July 14 14ClaIming 14ClaImingto Claiming Claimingto
to have spent apnt eleven eeven days dY and nights nlghtln nlghtlnthe in inthe inthe
the woods wo a short aort distance dtc from frm Goshen GoshenHelena Oen OenHelen GoehenHelena
Helena Helen Broclska Br a Polish Pol girl grl who mys mysteriously myatrouy mytenlously ¬
teriously trouy disappeared dppr from frm the t home of ofher ofher I
her sister la Mrs M John Zaleki Zekl in that thatvillage thavilg thatvillage
village vilg has returned rte The Te girl who Is
18 years ye old old bad b been bn in the te grl country countr but buta
a few fe weeks wek and ad was 11 very ve homesick homesickwhen homeok homeokwne homesickwhen
when wne she disappeared on the evening eveing of ofJuly ofJuly ofJuly
July 1 ae Diligent Dlpnt dipp search ao had b been bn made madefor mnadofor
for the te girl air Her He sister a r had h offered oer me mefor a areward arwa areward
reward rwa of 25 2 for information Inforton leading leig to tothe t tothe
the te disclosure dure of her whereabouts wherbut and andhad ad adhd andhad
had hd also al consulted ont clairvoyants clairvoyantsThe olroynt
The Te girl Jl returned rtued as a mysteriously mtroualy as asshe asshe
she vanished vwae but was wln In a very ver nervous nervousand nerull nerullad nervousand
and ad weakened condition oadton As nearly nely as ascan a ascan
can cn be b weee learned lee from fm her he incoherent Inchrnt ao aoxxjunt a nocount
count unt a ride rd was 11 offered oler the girl Il by a aman I aman
man m In a wagon and when he endeavored endeavoredto enaevor
I t to talk tal with wit her he to t ascertain un where her she shelived Ihe Ihelve shelived
lve lived she was w unable unble to make him under understand uder underihind ¬
stand atnd se and he allowed alwe her he to alight aldt from fromthe rromthe fromthe
the wagon Then she Is I believed bleve to t have havewandered hve hvewander havewandered
wandered wander wagn about abt and ad remained rmine for day dayand d dayand
and nights In the t woods unable ulable to find fd her herray herway herway
way nigt buck bck to the home hoo wo of her sister sUterHVMPED aliter3PBD sisterflrIPEp
Two Firth Frt Avenue Afe Passengers Pcen Hurt b bCoJitO by byCollision byCoIi1on
Collision CoJitO Wit WithProjeOung With Projestlnc PoJIUS Bar BarA
A man and ad a woman woma on top of a south southxmnd suth suthbund southbound
bound bund J Flfth if ifth th avenue aveue bus lost night about
10 oclock oclok were wer struck strok by an Iron bar barwhich br brwhloh barwhich
which projected prje over the te curb just low lowenough lowenough lowenough
enough to t sweep lep against their foreheads foreheadsas forhea
as they were qnt pissing png Llchtenstelns Llchtenstelnsmillinery Llch Liobtenateinsmillinery nstelna nstelnamilner
millinery milner shop or at US I U Fifth I ih tfth avenue In Inho Inthe Inthe
the course our of 0 some smo alterations altrtona on this thiswilding thlabuldns thisbuilding
building buldns a girder dme and two fron n pipes pip were wer
left ler over ove the te edge of the efdewlk efdewlkThe elde1k elde1kTe idewn1kThe
The Te chauffeur ohauleu e stopped the te big automo ¬
bie bile when passengers pger stopp started atrt to yell yel and andthe andthe andthe
the two Injured Injur persons were carried
down dow Into Int the th bus bu pr Dr Schenkelbergsr Schenkelbergsrof Bhenkolbrjer Bhenkolbrjeror or1
of Flower Hospital BODltl had hd the te car cr backed backedunder baoke backodunder
under und the te light It lit lt Fortyfourth Fortytoh street streetand stret streetnd
and ld nd dressed d their cuts cutsMrs cutaMr outsMr
Mrs Mr Mary M Manuel Muel 60 1 years ye old of 509 509nox r
Lnox Lenox > nox avenue aveue was the woman woma who wan wanittrt I
hurt h1H H Her r scalp Ip w was lacerated 1rt Hugh
MoKee KoK 33 3n years eara old of 238 2 3 East Et Thirty Thlry
ninth nBtatrtrlv street received bruises brl on the head he
Bter Both were able to t go home without wihut at attendance attndc attendanoc ¬
tendance tndc The T 0 OlllleBGvprpbflll fo leC bl Corn CornMay Compy Cornptny
May of t Madison lln avenue aveue is Iathe the con contracting conLztTtd1flrm ¬
LztTtd1flrm py tracting 8 firm fr making m maklngthe lK tho o repairs par on o the t
Packard Motor Car Co N N8Gi >
Newark Minister IUnlter Sa Saale Sas > s He Ii the Victim VleUmot VleUmotDutrdly of ofDastardly orDastardly
Dastardly Dutrdly Acts or a Church Cbord Trtoni TrtonilrateTells TrBm TrBmIrateTela ThurnirateTel1i
lrateTells IrateTela About About Ills 111 lli designation designationand RelnaUo
and Speak Spe of Possible POiibio Dliclorarcs DliclorarcsA Dtlolonrn DtlolonrnA
A situation eltuaton that tat may my lead le to t an a aaope aaopebreak open openbreak pe pebrk
break brk in the congregation oongrgatlon of the First FirstPresbyterian FihtPreshyterian at atPrbyrIan
Presbyterian PrbyrIan Church Curh of Newark has 1 been beenbrought bn bnbrought beenbrought
brought about by the way the te flair Rv Dr DrDavid D 3 3David
David R I Fmrer FrZr recently rnty retired retr from tho thopastorate to topaatorte thopastorate
pastorate When Dr Fraser
paatorte Frazr gave up the thepastorate te tepstort thepastorate
pastorate pstort It was generally generly thought that tht be herelinquished berlnquihe berelinquished
relinquished tho duties because of hi his r rbing
rlnquihe dute buse hl age agebeing agebeing
being bing over 70 years yr and the Work Worktoo ok being bng
too to arduous aruoU8 According Acrng to t his hi own state statement stt statenient ¬
ment mad madp yesterday yetery he was 11 forced for to toquit t toquit
quit by a powerful clique clquo in the church churchTho chl churchTho
Tho To minister min ltr asserted a that tht he bethnking was wasthinking wasthinking
thinking thnking seriously Iroully of going before the thopresbytery to toprbyry thepresbyteny
presbytery prbyry because but of the te false fa stories1 stories1circulated ator atorie atoriecirculated
circulated crulated about him since lno his retirement retirementrather rtrent retirement1rather f frther
rather rther than thn starting ltarg proceedings prodng for libel libelin lbel lbelI
in I the civil cvi courts courtsSince oour courtsSince
Since Sinc Dr Fntzer Irzr retired rtr from the church churchtho chi chtmrotthe
tho second scoI Sunday Sundy in June no member memberof mem memof membeof
of his family famiy has h attended attende the services oro In Inthe 11 if ifthe
the church Spaulding Fraser his
te churh Spuldng Frr h son sonresigned eonresigned
resigned rign from the board br of deacons dend and
is waiting waitng to t ask k for a letter lettr to t another anotherchurch
church curh He le has not decided dede as yet aote which whichchurch whc whichchurch
church churh ho desires deslr to t be b connected on with
in the future Dr Frazers Fzra daughter dsughtrh daughterhea wt baa c
taken tken her letter from rrm the church cuh al ¬
though tough she has ha not Joined Join another sS > a ot et
The Te clergyman cergmn did dd not cure c no to Ulk t tal o othe of
the affairs alalrs of the church churh at first frt yester or ¬
day said saidI dy Midal but later lat he changed change his h mind mld and andsaid a andsaid
al I am the victim vcm of dastardly dtly and adO cow cowardly cowardly ¬
ardly arly treatment ttent at the hands hd of a triton triumvirate triu tritonvlrate ¬
virate virt of the to First Irt Church Chur one oa member memberof mebr
of which considers consIder that tt ho carries the theweight theweight theweight
weight of the to church chu on his ore shoulders soude
My resignation rignton was wa forced ror upon me with without without ¬
out considering conlderng me in the upn least let It It wt was w
big stick methods meto carried crIed to t extremes extme
but I forced ror them tem to t come to t my terms termsand tr termsand
and ad used u the to same le methods meto myself m lf is ismaking 1 inmaking
making the final fni settlement sttement I have no
Toellng elng against the congregation as aswhole A Awhole awhole
conggton a
whole and alnst have many my dear de friends frend there te
but the in control is
tle clique clque contl doing every ¬
thing In its It power to t hurt hu roe and andte the eve tn tnumvirate t tnumvlrate
umvirate umvlrt are ar tho loaders loadersStories loer leadersStories
Stories Btrl have been bn spread about abut ran ranwhich m mwhic rwwhich
which whic are a untrue Unte and ad 1 thought tholht at atf first
It would be b better bttr to t Ignore Igore them entirely entirelyand entirel entireland
and ad treat teat them with wit silent lent contempt contmpt I
have hve lived lve In Newark for twentybyer twentysiryears tweniyelx tweniyelxyears
years yer and If the people pple of the city oty do not no notknow
know mo well wel enough enouRt by this time tme to t
know kow my habits of life le li1 they ore a not rot Inter Interested Intr Intrlt intersated ¬
sated lt enough In me to corewhether or care whete whether I Italk Itk Italk
talk tk about aut tho stories stre or not But I Ithink
think a statement from frm mo may my interest interestat Intrt I Iat
at least IM a few men in the to church churchI
I first flt became be aware awa of cur the theexistgrnoe theexistgrnoeof existence existenceof
of a powerful pwerul bureaucracy burucc when whn there therewas tem temW1 therewas
was W1 talk tk of having havlg an a It assistant pastor pastorof
of the te church churc Certain Crn men whom who ptr ptrof I
have hvo referred rfer to as the triumvirate trumvirte waited waitedupon wat waitedupon
upon upn me and ad said ed we wore wer to have an aa anna annasistant as assistant ¬
sistant Ilat They Tey told tld me m it was Wtreo Wtreome to relieve relieveme
me of some sme of the t exacting exing duties dutle of my myposition mypolon myposition
position polon I told them tem I didnt ddtn Deed an anassistant a anassistant
assistant Illtat and ad If they tey wanted want my resigna resignatlon rosgnation
tlon they could have bve it right rght then ten r1 They Theysold Thorsaid
sold Id they didnt ddnt want wat It I but bt I reaUaed reaUaedwhat realisedwhat Tey
what wht the te end would be b be1n re M MIn
In regard to t the te stories StrN circulated dw CIrOUleZt CIrOUleZtroe MM t tme
me I would wo reg say sy that tt I am a not ti tiwplef tiwplefnor tiE1etnor i
nor am I a teetotaller tttUer Some Bme members roembernof mew mewor
of tho church churh who have a good deal d1 to tosay t tosay
say would convict onvlc a man ma of drunkenness drunkennessIf dmnkmn drunkemn drunkemnif
If ne took tk a single glass gl of beer br I Ia am amneither amneither
neither neiher a I victim vIcim of drugs dmg nor am a I an am noun Im ¬
becile blo I have hV8 all al my faculties rnltee I broke br
down some sme time tme ago and was WA forced for to teo teoto togo togoto go goto
to Pennsylvania PennylvanIa to t recuperate I had
been bn three thr montlm working Iprto as a I have havenever bvo bvonever havenever bd
never worked worke before bror on o a most mOt delicate delicatematter dllat o e emattera
matter mttr mattera a very ver trying trng and distressing distressingmatter dlstrC dlstrCmattr distressingmatter
matter mattr I twill will wi not toll tel what it was wa To Tomake Tomake Tomake
make it public p blo would be b disastrous dlltru but butif
I if nature ntur I am driven drven to t it It 1 Imay may disclose dlloa its itsnature It Itsnatuno
vo 10 FOUL IOUIJ 1O UI PLAY PLAYClaude IL PL4 J JClaude VClaude
Claude Hunts Doily Iod Found In 1 Lake ak Near NearThat Neal NearThat
That of Mary IUal lacy lacySTUKOIS Ia IaSTRGIS
STUKOIS STRGIS Mich 1lch July 14 HTe 14The The theory theorythat terytbnt theorythat
that Mary ary Loretta Lrett Davsy Davs of Chicago Clcwa was
the victim of foul play ply on the part of ofClaude ofCludo ofClaude
Claude Cludo Hunt was Wa disposed dspe of this thl p after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon non by the fndnl finding of the te body by of artr artrnon Hunt Huntin Junt JuntIn
in K linger Klnler Lake Lke close co by the spot apt where wherethe wher wherethe
the tle girls body by wan W recovered recoveredTho
Tho Io body boy was fully reover dressed dr with wIt the theexception theexc theexception
exception exc ton of hat and coat whtoh whlotwer whichwero whichwerofound wero werofound
covered coveredIt found soon son after atr the girls glrl body by was wa die discovered ds dscovere diecovered ¬
It is considered ctder probable prbble that the girl girleither girleither
either eter fell fel or jumped jump out of the boat bt and andthat ad adtat andthat grl grleter
that tat Hunt Junt lost lot his life lre in attempting to torescue toru torescue
rescue ru her An Inquest will w1 attmptng be b held to tomorrow to tomorrow ¬
morrow morrw i iTkt 1Canti ICandies
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