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THE TH SUN FRIDAY FRIDAYtULY JULY 16 1909 3
tTROOPERS TROOPERS FIRE FInEOH ON RIOTERS RIOTERSSCORES
I SCORES HURT WHEN STRIKERS STRIKERSATTACK SlllrKEllSAlr STItKEISArT4CK
ATTACK Alr ACK WITH STONES STONESIV STt STONtSOne vlS vlSOne
One State Conitabte Shot Through the theArm thpArm theArm
Arm at Tressed Steel Mt t Car Plant PlantAn PlantAnI An Ani
I i other flu II His Hat at Mhot curlompn curlompnJ < ltT tTionIeflI Women Womeni
J i Threaten to Hum Town If I Ctlctcd CtlctcdPITTSBDBO IIctcdPz1T8nuna Ieted IetedPITTSBURO
PITTSBDBO July 15 15Thls This lias bo been licenanother beenanother n nanother
another day of bloodshed nnd rioting at atthe ntthe atthe
the plan planl8 to of the Pressed Steel S el Car Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany at MoKees Hocks Tho foreign foreignelement foreignelement foreignelement
element which comprises tho main body bodyof
of the strikers saw 8Iwonly only red when con confronted canfrontod confronted ¬
fronted this morning by the uniforms of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mounted State constables and it was wasnot wasnot Wft8not
not long until they had attacked the theofficers thootloers theomcera
officers officersBacked otloersBcked omceraBacked
Backed by 300 deputy sheriffs armed armedwith armedwltb armedwith
IV with riot guns and nd by about 600 00 special specialofficers IIpeclalotlcers apecialoioer
officers tho State atO constabulary a at t noon noont noontoday
t I today began one of the hardest fights fightsof
of Its career ca r Back and forth across aorOMUut aoroaathe
1 the town they fought riding down downstrikers downatrlkers downstrikera
strikers everywhere shooting one occa occasionally OCClIionally occasionally ¬
sionally but always In pursuit of the thealleged thealleged theiieged
alleged ringleaders who when caught caughtwere
were hastily handcuffed and chained to tothe tothe tothe
the nearest neareetpHlar pillar while whllethefightandohase whllethefightandohasecontinued the fight and chaso chasocontinued eha6oontlnued
continued Six 81 alleged strike leaders leadersare
are locked up uptonlght uptonlghtAll onight onightAs
As was was the th caas yesterday It is impose impossible imposesible impoaaible ¬
sible to give an estimate of the number numberinjured numberinjured numberinjured
injured but it will run Into hundreda For Formore Formore Formore
more than an hour there was a freo for forall foraU forl
all l riot all over the town townTrooper townIro townftrooper
Trooper Iro per Fred Fraah of the constables constableswas
was w knocked from his horse by a stone stonethrown stonthrown stonethrown
thrown by a striker As he climbed back backon
on his horse he drew his revolver and fired firedover firedcrier firedoier
over the hoods of the mob Thin brought broughta broughtderisive
a derisive shout and more stones Faah Frashwith Faahwith Faahwith
with blood pouring down his face and andreeling andllng andrUng
reeling llng In his saddle now shot Into tho thocrowd thocrowd thecrowd
crowd at close range and his hlsslx six fellow fellowconstables fellowoonatables fellowoonstb1es
constables did the same sameThere sameThere sameThere
There was ao answering volley in inwhich Inw inwiioh
which w lob the hat of one constable was wassh6t wase1i6t wassh
sh6t sh t off 01 and another was shot through throughthe
the th fleshy part of the arm The mob mobhowever mobbowever mobhowever
however began to break ground at this thisdisplay thisdisplay thisdisplay
display of real war and at least eight eightmen elgbtmen eightmn
men were seen Il n being assisted away by bytho bythe bythe
the women who were hanging on the therear therear therear
rear of the mob mobTonight mobTonlgbt mobTonight
Tonight thoOhio the Ohio Valley Hospital is isfull IIrull Isfull
full to overflowing Trooper Frash Is Isthere Isthere Isthere
there having been forced to retire by byhis bytria byhis
his comrades after the riot There are arealso arealso arealso
also many others of strange names namesvictims nameerictims namescictims
victims of gunshots and some of them themwill themwill themwIll
will die dieAt dieAt idleAt
At 0 oclock this morning Sheriff SheriffAddi SberitrAddiaon SheriffAddison
Addi Addison on C Gumbert and Lieut Smith Smithin
in charge of the th State constables forty fortystrong fortytrong fortystrong
strong held a consultation and decided decidedto decidedtosend
to tosend send for more help Thirty more moreconstables moreconstables I
I
1 constables were wired for and they theyarrived theyarrived theyarrived
arrived early this afternoon making a acavalry acavalry acavalry
cavalry foroe of seventy In the mean meantime meantime meantime ¬
time Sheriff Gumbert ordered his office officeat
at Pittsburg to enlist every man who whocould whocould whocould
could be Inveigled into the Sheriffs Sheriffsoffice Sheriflsotloo Sheriffsomee
office Into service as a deputy arm him himand himand himand
and rush him to the seat of trouble By Bynoon Bynoon Bynoon
noon the number of deputy d puty sheriffs had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been increased to 300 and the special specialofficers specialo specialomoers
officers o cers to 600 600It 600It 00 00It
It was a few minutes after the noon noonhour noonhour noonhour
hour that the big riot occurred Trooper TrooperFrash TrooperFruh TrooperFruhand
Frash Fruhand and his squad had their fight with
100 strikers at ODonovana Bridge Sher Sheriff SherIlr SherIffOumberts ¬
iff Gumberts men and tho rest of the State Statoconstabulary Stateiconatabulary Stateconstabu1sry
constabulary were having much trouble troublein
in other parts of the town There was wasmuch wasmuch WUmuch
much ahootingland not nota a few f beads were wereJbroktn werefkC1 werebroken
broken fkC1 but aa In all previous eases the theured thetnjured
injured ured strikers trlke were hurried away awayEarlier ayoEarlier awayEarlier
Earlier in the day a part of Gumberta Gumbertadeputies GumbertsdepuUe OumbertsdepuUee
deputies had demanded riot guns de declaring declaring dedaring
claring that they were irdanger It danger and andmust andDuat andmust
must have the big teapot W55O N to protect protectthemselves protectthemeelves protectthmaelves
themselves themselvesAt
At 4 A M Sheriff Gumbert had con consulted canultlJd consuIted ¬
suIted with Judge Evans of the Alle Allegheny Aileaheny Alieheny ¬
gheny county license court and obtained obtainedpermission obtainedenJliMlon obtainedpermission
permission to close all saloons within withinthree withiniJiree withintree
three miles of the centre of McKees McKeesRocks McKeeRocka McKeesRocks
Rocks This angered the strikers and they theyarly theyearly theysari
early sari became clamorous for drink About
10 oclock about 500 00 strikers attacked attackedthe
the McKees Rocks brewery drove off all allthe allthe allthe
the employees and taking possession possessionbegan pOl8e possessionbegan sion sionbegan
began to roll beer out by the keg and andbarrel andbarrel andbarrel
barrel It took fifteen State troopers and andfifty andflfty
fifty 6 deputy sheriffs about forty minutes minutesto
P to oust the strikers from the brewery breweryLuckily breweryLucldly breweryLuckily
Luckily none of those who had taken takenpossession takenpoMtl8lon takenpoesession
possession of the brewery had arms and andthe andthe andthe
the omcers knowing this only used their theirclubs theirclube theirclub
clubs on on them Scores of heads were werebroken werebroken werebroken
broken in the brewery scuffle ume Sheriff SheriffOumbert SheritrOumbert SheriffOumbert
Oumbert then closed the brewery and andgave andItave andgave
gave orders that no attempt should be bemade bemade benude
made to operate It until he hegave gave permis permission permlswn permisrLon ¬
sion which will not be until the strike is isover IsOYer isover
over overDuring overDuring
OYerDurlna During the ti e day some of the constabu constabulary coMtnbUI conatabuLry ¬
lary I ry came up with a brewers wagon in inthe Inte Inthe
the te town tow carrying cing many man barrels barl of beer beerwich beerwic beerwhich
which wic were wr being peddled pdled out to those thosewho thos thosewho
who had h the te money to buy The entire entireload entre entrelod entireload
load lod was wa ordered orred to the river bank bnk where wherethe wherete wherethe
the te officers omcrs saw that all the kegs keg were werethrown w werethrown re rethrow
thrown throw into the current curent About a score scoreof scoreof
te Ire Ireot
of thirsty ones onei took to the water watr after afterthe afer aferte aftertbe
the te disappearing dIpprinj kegs but officers oors with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawn
drawn guns gunl ordered them to come cme out outon outon outon
on pain of being beinl shot shotThere sbotThere shotThere
There was W n 1 row this tls afternoon atrnoon when whenan
an effort was 18 made to pay py off o the strik strikers Itrik Itrikrl etrikrs ¬
ers rl In all al about 100 were paid before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the constabulary eOItbuary asked 8kl that it be stopped stoppedfearing etoppd etoppdfering stoppedfearing
fearing the mob which
fering was getting rest restJess relt restJess
Jess could not be b controlled oontrolll As work workmen workmen workmen ¬
men came cme up u to the window each ee was wasasked WMed wasakked
asked ed to return to work All refused refusedand refusedand
rerus
and each was wa told that he would never nevergain neer neeragain neveragain
again be allowed alowed to work in the plant plantAt plnt plntAt
At 6 oclock thirty mounted constables constablesunder ontble constablesunder
under Uder orders started to t evict evct the families familiesof famile
of strikers from the companys compnye houses housmat hou houat
at Preeston Preton just outRide olulde the th works A Amob Amobof Amobof
mob mobof of perhaps perhap 1000 10 1 ro many ofthnm ofhN women womenbearing womenbring womenbearing I
bearing bring torches torcbf gathered RBthrf gath rsd in front of their theirhomes theirhome theirhomes
homes home and ad threaten thrtfn < the thl officers Many Manyof
of the torches torhe were lighted Iphte and nd the women womenannounced womenannounced womenannounced
announced that the first fn t move movf to dispos dispossess dilp ¬
sess any an family famiy would wold result reul In the town townof townok
of 0 Presston Prfton being bing set eel on fire firl in a hundred hundreddifferent hundl hundreddifferent
different dtretnt places pla The Te houses hOUlfK are cheap cheapwooden cheapwoen cheapwooden
wooden woen affairs atrars and when whln the Ih constables constablestelephoned co0table constablestelephoned
telephoned tlephoned to headquarters leaquartel of the thf stand standtaken ltnd ltndtken nantjtaken
taken tken by the women they were Wfrl called calP off offAt offAt offAt
At 0 oclock tonight fifty ffy mounted mountedStato mountedStt mountedState
State Stt constables conltble had ha a fight flpht with a i mob mobof mobo mobof
of o 10000 100 Trooper Tropr Selmer Blm r Jrteen is in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Ohio Ohi Valley Hospital Hospitl and it in ismated esti estimated tl tlmated ¬
mated that fifty ffy of the mob were badly badlyinjured badlyIure badlyinjured
injured Iure by the troopers troprl Jrtsen Jr n wan wanknocked walltookt wasknocked
knocked tookt from his hil homo hol by a atone and andhis andbls andhis
his horse hor stumbling stumblig fell fel And rolled roled on onhim onhim onhim
him It I Is not thought that his hi Injuries Injuriesare Injurleae
are ae mortal morl The strikers strlkt who had gath gathered path pather1 gathered ¬
ered er1 in a large army near the trooper trooperbarracks troprH troprHbrackll troopersbarracks
barracks brackll began bgan stoning ltln them When the thehorsemen thehorsemen
horsemen brsmen fifty ffy strong began bpn to ride ridethem ridethem rideLhemdown I
them Lhemdown down do th thetrlke thestrtkers trtkeni from frm safe Nff refuges refugespelted refUPIA refUPIAplt refugespelted
them with stones The Th
pelted plt stes troop troopajra tropfr
ajra 4 fired fr several Ileal times with blank car cartridges cartdt cartiIdgee ¬
tridges tdt then finally fnly with wt ball cartridge cartridgeand cartrldpe cartrldpea
and a fired fre ono o volley voley which wlcb is said to have haveInjured baveInu haveInlured
Injured many
Inu I
Some Sme of r the trikers trll Bay ey they have hve been beencompelled bn bn0P11 beenoomlfelled
compelled to pay from fro 110 10 10 to foo 1 50 for a job jobat jobat jobat i
0P11 at the tle MoKees MoK p Rook Rk plant plt and ad that even evenafter eVfn eVfnat evenafter i
after this thMr not notaft note
at paving nc tbs th1r positions were we I
e aft 4 p M they te would ou t b be ptona discharged d After a at aI
1 1i44
t
I
i44 A
a afew few weeks wek to make way ay for new men menwith me menwith
with the entrance entroe me fee fe Nor orwae waa wa any cbs discharged dl cbscharged
charged ohagod applicant aplcant barred b from reapply reapplying rpply rpplyIng reapplytog ay
ing for wotk again at the plant aooordinj aooordinjto ar acoord1nto
to the strikers aan They allege alege they could coulget oouldget couldget <
get their therold theirold old jobs job back bkor backor or a new position positionjust positionjust
just as a often as a thoy tb y had ha the money plton pltonjust to topay tofY topay
pay for it Who got this ths money is what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the fY strikers ask Ik bo b Investigated Invetlgat It is issaid Islald t tsaid
said lald that when the plant was wa running runningovertirrfe runningovertime runningovertinie
overtime this graft from workmen want wanting wantIng wanting ¬
ing jobs amounted amounte to as a high hgh as 1100 10000 a amonth amonth amonth
month monthTho monthThe monthThe
The pooling poolng system lystm tho strikers strkrs say
has for ono of Its It objects obje to mako the theworkmen thoworkmen theworkmen
workmen pay the wages of the foremen foremenUntil formen formenUnt foremenUntil
Until Unt 1007 10 py the company cmpany wais paid pid tho foremen foremenbut
but sinco sinc that time tme the 25 2 to 40 r cents ont an athour anhour anhour
hour that foremen get has been bn taken ou ouof out outof outof
of the pool wages Tho strikers strikei also 0110 say saythat MYthat saythat
that they have been bon compelled ortle to deal del a atho at attho attho
tho company store prcticly practically Inside tho thogrounds thoproundstht thegroundsthat
grounds proundstht groundsthat compny that if they dealt elsewhere elsewherethey elsewher elsewherethey
they arc ar discharged dl harge at once oncewell onc onceWell
well dressed dr but secretive Iretive Italians Itlin anc ancHungarians and andHungarn andHungarians
Hungarians Hungarn visited vlllt the strike district dstrlo to today today today
day and held long counsel counl with leaders leadersas ludel
as to their recent recnt rate rat of pay their treat treatment treatment treatmont
ment etc et One On man m who wo worked four fourdays fourdy fourdays
days and was discharged d harge because bus he com complained complalned cornplained
plained upon receiving rlvng only oy Si 1 made a along alon along
long lon statement sttment Another Anoter whose who two twoweeks twoweek twoweeks
weeks week check called eled for US 1 5 but who re received reolved received ¬
ceived olved only S270 170 on pay day dy being told toldthe tld tldte toldthe
the te store stor bill bi ate at up py the rest rt and who whowas whowas ho how
was w discharged d when whn he protested prts also alsomade alsomade alsomade
made a statement ltatment harg to the strangers strngers It is isunderstood I Iunderst isunderstood
understood underst they were wer from fr consulates conulats a aWashington at atWasingon atWashington
Washington WashingtonCOXirANTB Wasingon WasingonC01rANy8 WashingtoncourANya
COXirANTB C01rANy8 BIDE Of 0 THE TE STRIKE STRIKEJ STUtE STUtEJ
J H I Began Rgan assistant al8lstnt secretary tary of th thPressed the thePr thePressed <
Pressed Pr Steel Stl Car Cr Company Compy explained explainedyesterday expline explainedyesterday
yesterday yetray afternoon aftrnoon what his concern concernbelieved concernbleved concernbelieved
believed bleved to be b the real rl cause cus of the strike strikein
in the shops shop in Pittsburg Pltburg On their piece pleoework ple piecework
work system sstem each man ma is paid pid according accordingto arinG arinGto
to the amount aount of work he is able to t do doand doBnd doand
and inasmuch Inmuch as the men menwork work in gangs gangsin
in I which the fastest faltllt worker Is able gjB to go goonlytacoordlng goonlycoording
onlytacoordlng to the pace pac of the slowest slowestthe elowestte Ia Iaonlyording
onlyording the te natural nturl result rsult was wa the segregation sgrgaton o othe of ofte ofthe
the te skilled skied workers The men naturally
divided themselves themslve8 Into three thr groups groupsthe group groupsthe
the est te skilled skie the less skilled eltlled and a the poor poorest pr prest poorest ¬
estLast estLst Last Lst Saturday Saturdy night said ld Mr Began Reganthe Rgan Rgante
the te men were paid pid for their work In the thelast tbelut theJut
last two weeks wek of June When the third thirdor thir
or lowest lowet group saw W that they were wlr mak making makeIng making ¬
ing less les than thn the others other they tey were cbs dissatisfied dlstlfl cbssatisfied ¬
satisfied tlfl When they reached reache the shops shopson sop
on Monday Mondy morning they stood et around arouncinstead aroundInt aroundinstead
instead Int of going golnl to work and for fear fearthat fer fertat fearthat
that tat their teir dissatisfaction dlltsfacton would woud con contaminate cn cntamlnt contaminate ¬
taminate tamlnt the workmen worken who were willing willingto wllea wlleato
to keep oo at their jobs job these the men menabout menabut menabout
about abut 100 10 1 of them were discharged dischargedThe dillcarge
The following rolowlng morning they enlisted enlt the thesympathies thespthies thesympathies
sympathies spthies of men In the next higher highergroup highergroup highergroup
group who were discharged dl harged as soon soonas soona soonas
as a they showed signs sig of becoming boming uncon uncontrollable uncontrolatle uncontrollable ¬
trollable trolatle The total number numbr of men then thendischarged te thendischarged
discharged dllharge was wa about 700 while whie 3800 3800stuck 38 3800stuck
stuck to their jobs jobsOn job jobsOn
On Wednesday Weesay after aftr the noon hour hourwhen hourwhen hourwhen
when the men who were wer still stI working re returned r rethrned ¬
turned trned to the shops they found the 700 700waiting 70 700waiting
waiting waitng for them prepared prepred to prevent preventtheir preventtheir revnt revnttheir
their going back bk Then said Mr Began Reganthere Rgan Rganthere Beganthere
there were wer arguments arlmenta at first frst and ad later a ashow asow ashow
show of violence and the men who were werestill wereatiilon ere ereBtlon
sow
still Btlon atiilon on their theirjobe jobs Jobewereafrald were afraid to go through throughthe
the gates which were w re guarded gred by b the die discharged dlt diecharged ¬ I
jat
charged crge workmen and an added ade rabble rabbleof
of women and children and ad sympa sympathizers spa spathlzrs aympathlzere ¬
thizers thizersEarly thlzrs thlzrsErly thlzereEarly
Early Erly yesterday YMtery morning moring the hand handful bd bdful bandful ¬
ful of deputy sheriffs sherlr which had hd been beensent bn bnsent beensent
sent to preserve prsere order orer was wa supplemented supplementedby supplement
by the te arrival arival of just fortyone mounted Jout jnountedmen mountedmen
men of Troop A from Greensborg Pa Paunder Paunder Paunder
under Col Smith and the militiamen militiamenslipped mUllen mUllenBlpp mUltiarnenslipped
slipped into the tf shops lhop without the knowl knowledge kowl kowlor knowledge ¬
edge Blpp of the strikers When they the came cme out outof outfour outof
of four gates simultaneously simultusly about abut day dy
Igh light the strikers gave way at once onc and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from telephone tlephone messages melge received recived In Intho Intho intho
tho afternoon yes yesterday Mr Regan Rgan said saidthat Midtat saidthat
that tat he learned leed there tere ry was only slight slght dis disorder dlsorer disorder ¬
order all al day
orer President Pidnt dy F N Hoffstot of the te com company c cornpany ¬
pany said yesterday yestery that the discharged dischargedmen dlrge
men were paid off yesterday and had no noFurther nofurther nofurther
yetry
Further place excuse exc Pd o for coming comin around aound the theplace thepla theplace
placeWe We dont need them the said Mr Hoff Hoffstot Ho Hoffstot
stot stt Later Ltr n we might take back bk some someot Ime Imeof someof
of them tem who were misled Into Int the trouble troublebut truble trublebut troublebut
but we could coud easily eiy fill fl their tei places pll with withnew withne withnew
new ne men who are anxious to make good goodwages go goodwagee
wages wagesBoth wsgP
Both he and Mr Began Rgan thought that thatall thatal thatall
all al the trouble would die out aa I soon Bn as asthe I asthe
the men who had not been n discharged dischargedknew dischargedknw
knew knw that they could culd return retur to work workwithout workwitout workwithout
without molestation molestationIn moletaton moletatonIn
witout In regard to a report from Pittsburg Pittsburgthat Pittburg Pittburgtht
that tht the real cause cu rpr of the strike stke was WI that thatthe thatte thatthe
the men were obliged oblged to pay 110 10 on their theiriohs theirjoh theirjobs
te py
jobs joh and that they were wer later lter discharged dischargedo dillchargl
to o make room for more mor dupes dups Mr Began Reeandeclared Rgan Rgandelr Begandeclared
declared delr that this was wa a pure fabrication fabricationHe fabriction fabrictionHe
basis whatever he heeald hesid hesaid
He could culd not see se any bis whtever
said sid for such a story
REVOLT IO4fV5T t4 1 DAn DADYFormer DAnFerIer flA01Vernier
Former FerIer Yale ate Quarterback quartfrbak Picked to Op Opp Op Oppose
p pe pose < ne the Brooklyn Drookll Leaders Man ManMorris 1la 1laMorris MiiiMorris
Morris U Ely formerly a Yale lr quarter quarterjack quaer quaerbak quarterback
jack bak and now a lawyer at 115 1 Broadway BroadwayManhattan BrodwayIanhattn BroadwayManhattan
Manhattan Ianhattn has ha l been > een selected electe to make makea
a fight tght against Rgallt Col 1 Michael lchal J J Dady DadyRepublican DadyRpublcan DadyRepublican
Republican Rpublcan ruler of the First Assembly Assemblydistrict Asembly Asemblydistrct Assemblydistrict
district in Brooklyn BrooklynEly
distrct Ely says there is II nothing personal pronal In Inthe Inthe inthe
the fight fght but that Republican Rpublcan politics politicsn pltlll pltlllIn
In n the First Firt district dltrcl has been ben run for a aong alonl along
lonl long ong time tme in a way that a lot of ofihe the young youngmen YOlngmen youngmen
men and old men too have become bome tired tiredof tr
of He 10 says that his hil backers bakelthe backersthe the Union UnionRepublican UnionRepubUca UnionRepublican
Republican RepubUca Club and a I lot of Independents Independentsare Indepndent Indepndentare
are not highbrows hghbrows or silk lik stocking lltklng re reformers reoformers reformere ¬
formers but are practical prctcl men menDady menDa menDady
Dady Da is very strong In the First Firt For Foryears ForyNrs Foryears
years he has ha ruled rulN through selection selectionand seleton seletonand
yNrs
and this year D Harry Har Ralston R tn is his hischoice hil hischoice
choice for executive Ixecutlve member membr It I is II this thisman thisma thisman
man whom Ely will wi have to defeat dlfeat to t break breakhe brk brkthe breakthe
ma
the he rulers strength It Is II said id that the theregular therlllar theregular
regular rlllar county organization organztion would wold like liketo Uk Ukto liketo
to see le the new faction faton victorious vlctorou
Prank Pank Farrell Farrel Contradicts Conlradtcl Gordon GordonFrank Geron GeronFrk GordonFrank
Frank Frk J Farrell Fall owner of the New York YorkAmerican YorkAmercn YorkAmerican
American Amercn League baseball bbl team t who whowas whowa whowas
was wa directed dire by the Appellate Appellte Division Dlvlftionof Dlvlior Dlvliorof
of the Supreme Court Cou to answer the suit suitbrought suit stiltbrought
brought by Joseph Gordon Gron former faner presi president pr president ¬
dent of the Greater Grtr New York Baseball BaseballAssociation Bbl BblAMiaton BaseballAssociation
Association AMiaton which owned owne the te team t for foran foran foran
an accounting aounting and half hal the profits profta filed filedan fle
an answer R0wer yesterday yestery morning denying denyingall
all al of Gordons allegations aleRaons and declaring declaringthat dlang dlangthRt declarinthat denyng denyngal
that Gordon had h nothing to do with withorganizing withorgaizng wit witorganizing
organizing orgaizng the association Ratlon and ad was wa not notentitled notentile notentitled
entitled entile to any of the profits profltnNot prof profot
Not ot Nurr Hurr Vet t et What bat Killed lle Elite Sl IiItstl IiItstlpror SigelProf rel relProf
Prof George Gerpe A Ferguson FerguaO of Columbia Columbiawho Clumbiawho
who has hl been hn trying trng to t ascertain crn whether whetheror
or not poison pl n caused cufd the death deth of Elsie ElsieHI Else Else81gll Elsiek3lgel
HI 81gll gel conferred onfr yesterday YLtrdy with Assistant AssistantDistrict Aflstant AssistantDistrict
District Dstrc Attorney Atrne Smyth He said sid that thathis thathis thathis
Smyh
his analysis anlyeil bad ba not gone far enough yet yetto yetto
to settle IUle the te question quellton He did not know knowwhen kno knowhen knowwhen I
when It would be b completed completedTh completT
Th T Weather WeaUierThunderstorms WeaUe WeaUeTbundelor WeatherThunderstorms
Thunderstorms Tbundelor and local r rin raini ln were wee enertl reneraMleray ieersIyeterday enertlyrMerday
yrMerday Mleray In the I he take ke region rlo the central valleys valleysand allejr allejrand aie aieand
and the Gulf fluwi Itau Some me showers hO occurred occurredlv orred orreda
a lv > In the Ibf south oull and Id middle Atlantic Attc states ltte In Inthe InIbe Intie
the Writ Wet and Nortb Northwrsl 1 the weather eatler was icner icnerally reneraly tenerally
ally aly fair fairThe fairTbe feltthe
The depression from western uter Canada Canaa covered coveredthe eovere
the upper lakes tke and nd pronure 1tSure In the Ih SoulhwrM SoulhwrMwas Boutlwnl
was 110 110Ilrber low lowHither lowhIther
Hither Ilrber temperature lemprIureo prevailed prevaied throughout Ihrurboul tbe tbel tbelake thetells
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Ohio Valley where the wind
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ALLS I CRUSH CllVSUWOI11 WORKMEN F AND ANDPASSING t tX tXPASSINJ n n1ASSIIWI
PASSING 1ASSIIWI SHOPPERS SHOPPERSPhiladelphia SIOPIIns SIOPIInsPhladephta SIIOPIERSPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phladephta Structure Ltreture Y Was > ai BeIng D tnc Be Bemodelled Re ReInoelM It Itmodelled
modelled InoelM and an Upper StorIes H Were ere rrf Sup Supported Sup Supported
ported portt on Tlmben TmbersHtntn T1mbersSwtnIng Knlnglnic Dean DeanProbably Iea IeaProbsbly fleaniProbably
Probably Caused Shoring Shorlnt to Buckle BucklePHILADELPHIA DUklePUILDELII flucklePnitnatiiia
PHILADELPHIA PUILDELII July 15 16Whle 15WhIle While hun hundreds lun lund bundreda ¬
dreds d of persons prns were hurrying huring back bck to tothelifwork tothelrork totheljwork
thelifwork thelrork after afer the lunch hour today tody the thefive thefve thefive
five fve story building buiding at the northeast northeat cor corner or orner cornor ¬
ner of Eleventh and Market streets strts cal collapsod 01 01laps callapsed
lapsed laps killing kUlng eight persons pron and bury burying bUQIng buryIng ¬
ing twentyeight others othersAll other othersAll
All the dead d were men who had b been beenworking bn bnworkin beenworking
working workin on the building buidng which wan un undergoing undergoing uni unidergoing ¬
dergoing repairs rpair Among the injured injuredwho Injur injuredwho
who were taken to hospitals hplts wer were a num number number numher ¬
ber who had bd been bn walking walkng on the side eidewalk Ilde Ildewak sidewalk
wak walk and who were caught beneath benet tho thobricks thobrok thebrioks
bricks brok mortar morr and an timber timberThreo timbr timbrThr timberThree
Three Thr of them were women whose whosefirst who whosefirst
first ft realization rlalzton of danger dnger came cme when the thetons thetn thetons
tons tn of weight wellt fell fel clattering olattrlng about abut and andupon andupn andupon
upon upn them Perhaps Perhap a score lor of persons personswho personswho personswho
who were wer struck stck by pieces ple0 of debris debriswere d debriswere brls brlswer
were wer treated trted on the spot spt and their teir names nameswere ncs ncswere nameswere
were not recorded recordedThere rrded rrdedThere recordedThere
There were various varlou rumors rors as IS to the thecause theW thecause
cause W of the accident aodt but the one most mostgenerally mot motgnerly mostgenerally
generally gnerly accepted apt was w that tt the te collapse collapsewaa collp
was Wi caused oW by the swinging of a heavy heavyIron heav heavyiron
Iron beam bea against aInt the UII wooden shoring shoringwhich sorng shoringwhich
which hloh supported the upper stories of the thebuilding thobulding thebuilding
sUPPr
building bulding
For several weeks weks the tf building buldlng has h8 been beenundergoing bn bnuderRlng beenundergoing
undergoing uderRlng repairs repall to he t put in prepara preparation prepar preparation ¬ I Itlon
tion for the Unit United Gas G Improvement ImprovementCompany Impvement Impvementmpy ImprovementCompany
Company which intended Intende to use it for forshowrooms forshowrooms
showrooms showroomsThree showoms showomsThr showroomsThree mpy I
Three Thr upper stories storle were wer supported by bywooden bywoen bywooden
wooden woen uppr timbers tmbers until untl the iron Irn sub substructure substotu substruoturo ¬
structure stotu should be fut put in place It Itwas I Itwas
was wa In raising one of a the Iron beams beamsthat bms bmstha beamsthat
away that tha the wooden woon supports supprt were knocked knockedaway knoeke knockedaway
For blocks block around aound the thf crash crh wa was heard heardWhere he heardWhere
Where Were the te building huldlng had stood too was WRI a aheap 1 aheap
heap of debris dbrls from beneath besth which whichcame whichce whichcame
came ce cries of agony and pleas ple for aid aidThere ad adTere aidThere
There Tere was a general rush TWh toward the thespot thelpt thespot
spot lpt and ad scores aor of men and boys bys climbed climbedupon eimb climbedupon
upon the heap and began bgan tugging at atboards atbrs atboardaand
boards upn brs boardaand and beams beamsOne bs bsOne beamsOne
One by one the dead dtd and injured Injur were werecarried wereced werecarried
carried ced out to ambulances ambulano and hurried hurriedto hurrie
to the hospitals hopials or the morgue morgueNot morgueNot morgueNot
Not all the heroes heros wore among tho thorescuers thorclrs therescuers
rescuers rclrs There were men beneath bneath the thewreckage thewkg thewreckage
wreckage wkg who showed ahowe remarkable forti fortitude fori foritude fortitude ¬
tude aud courage One whoso who leg was wascaught wascught wascaught
caught cught under oourle a heavy heav boom b saw sw a fellow fellowvictim fclow fclowvictm fellowvictim
victim victm unconscious uncnaclous and ad In still Itl more moreserious mor moreserious
serious eroue condition condton The Te man ma whose whO leg legwas legwa legwas
was wa broken brken called cle to the workmen dl directing dlrlg dlrooting ¬
rooting rlg their effort toward the other otherwho otherwho otherwho
who was wa more seriously srlouly Injured Injur Then Thenfor Thenfor hen henfor
for half bal an a hour he talked tlked with wth those thosewho tho thosewho
who were burrowing burowng through the tangled tangledmass tgll tangledmass
mass rescued rescuedThe ml rescuedThe of wood wo and ad Iron until uti he was wasrescued wa ware wasrescued
re
The first frst body was removed about abut an anhour anhour anhour
hour after the crash By 3 oclock five fivebodies fve fveboe fivebodies
boe bodies had hd been bn taken tke to the morgue morgueThe morgueThe
The others were wpr caught cught in the morge morgeTha lower lowerpart lowerprt lowerpart
part prt of the building and were not taken takenout tken tkenout takenout
out until uti late lateFive lt lateFive
Five Fve men were wer discovered dllver back bck of a abrick abrick abrick I
brick wall wal near ner the rear rr of the building buiding
They TheYere were stunned stue but not seriously hurt hurtOne hur hurtOne
One of the first frt ambulances ambulancs from fromJefferson fromJolenn fromJoffereon
Jefferson Jolenn Hospital Hopitl brought a tank tak of ofoxygen ofoxg ofoxygen
oxygen This was wa pumped into int the dust dustfilled duatfle dustfilled
filled oxg fle ruins where pump the Oe injured Injure lay to tostimulate tosUmulata tostimulate
stimulate life lfe until unti they tey could be 0 dug out outThe outThe outThe
The dead ded are John Green Grn a negro negroAlfred negroAlred negroAlfred
Alfred Alred Davis Davs a negro neg laborer lbrr 18 years yearsold yers yersold yearsold
old Sigmund SIjund Lansborg Lnaborg a carpenter crntr carpenters
20 2 s years ye old Charles Crle Larsen Lrson a carpenter crpentr crpentryrs
43 years old od Peter Fritz a carpenter ernter 43 43yearn Uyem 43years
yearn yem yrs old Paul Pu Hennlng a carpenter crnter 45 45rears 4 4yrs 45years
rears yrs old Albin Atcriat Akt a rigger rgger 20 years yearsold yers yersold yearsold
old and one oe unidentified nldetf white man manDE manDE manD1
DE SAVLLES SULLPS STANDS IlnS UK HIM HIMBalls HIVBls 111VBalls
Balls Bls a Former FOrtr 1 Isle ale Robber Accused AlIt of ofTheft ofTtt ofTheft
Theft Ttt In the Knickerbocker KnickerbockerA Jntekerotker JntekerotkerA
A negro nel masseur mlur Frank Frnk H Jeffries Jeffrieswas JetrrlO
was locked lokrd up at Police Polc Headquarters Headquarterslost Heaquarrs Heaquarrs1I
lost 1I night on the complaint of James JamesilcCatium Jn JnMcallum JamesMcCalium
ilcCatium Mcallum house bou detective dc ctlve of the Hotel HotelKnickerbocker HotelRnlckerbcker HotelEnickerbocker
Knickerbocker Rnlckerbcker who declared delsred that tht in inJuly InJuly inJuly
July 1004 19 Jeffries Jeffrle stole Itole 35 worth worh of ofiilver ofelver ofsilver
silver elver and ad linen lnen from the hotel hotl while whilen whle whleIn
In n the rooms root of guests get MoCallum Mcalum said saidthat qldthat saidthat
that In Jeffries l home at 29 2 West Wet 13Mb 13Mbstreet 13th 13thetret 135thstreet
street etret he had found f nd a lot of the same me kind kindof
of stuff stfl from other hotels hotelsJohn hotel hotelsJohn
John L DeSaulles D8ule of 225 Fifth Fih avenue avenuemailed avenuebled avenuebailed
mailed bled Jeffries out DeSaulleawho IuUewho wan WO a afootball afootbll afootball
footbll football star at Yale said saidthat that tht Jeffries Jeffrieslad Jprrle Jeirrieshad
had acted acte as rubber for teams tem there and andhat andthat andthat
that he had always found him trustworthy trustworthyfie trtwory trtworyHe
He said ld that Jeffries Jplrle was now caretaker caretakerof ctaker ctakerof
of a home on Fifth Fifh avenue avenul and masseur masseuror maur maurfor masseurfor
for or several leverl prominentjmen prominentjmenBall
Ball 1 was as set t at ttno Sno by Magistrate Cor Corrigan Corrlgan Corrigan
rigan in the night court and DeSaullea DeSaulleaoffered DeSaullesoffered ule
offered ofere a lot at Long LnR Beach ach valued alu < at att000
13000 30 It was understood Inderllto at Head Headquarters Headquar Headquarters ¬
quarters quar that tht he is IIIRMiat associated with former formerSenator fonlr fonlrSnator formerSenator
Snator Senator Reynolds Rynoldl In the Long Inj Beach Iach Es Estales E Estatee
tales tateso the offices oc of ofwhlch which are ae at lt 225 Fifth Fifthavenue Ffth Ffthavenue Fifthavenue
avenue avenuenrAI avenuefl4WA114X
nrAI fl4WA114X MORTARS 10RTR TESTEH TESTEHGreat TF TEST1IGreat < TIn TInGreat
Great Cons Gu for the Ihf Protection Prolelon of hone Honolulu leno honeluiti ¬
lulu Harbor abor Fired FrM for the Ihf First Frl Time Timeapttlat Tmp Tmppnd Timeperfo1
apttlat CaMr C Dnvattlt nJk lo Tnt TDI Srv SrvHONOLULU 5rvH0N0LVLu m mHONOLULU
HONOLULU July 15 15Elght Eight big bip mortars mortarsof moral
of the Fort Rugcr defences defenc0 on Diamond Diamondwere DiamondHe DiamondHead
He Head were wer fired for the first flt time tme today tday
under uder charge chare of Capt Cpt William Wilam P Platt Plattof Plattof
of the Ordnance Onanc Department Deprtment These Thesejuns Tel Theseguns
guns ga command the only approach aproch to toHonolulu toHonolulu toHonolulu
Honolulu harbor Capt Cpt Platt Plat who ar arrived arrvt arrived ¬
rived rvt on 01 th trunpurt tltprt Thomas to install installother inital Installother
other big guns gus reported rprted the test as satis satisfactory Mtlsfactry sattafactory ¬
factory factoryWREATH factryWllJATH factoryWREATH
WREATH 0 OV AUtWS AIKFN COFFIN COFFIXItalys COFFI1 COFFI1lal1 COFFINItalys
Italys lal1 Tribute Tbatf to Young Yonn ouns American Officer OfficerKilled OmcerJlr omeerHIlled
Killed Jlr In Day Da of Naples NaplesSpiels NII NIIptt4 NeplesSptf4I
Spiels ptt4 COM C nttpaltt nlp la a 1n THu RB Srv SrvROME Sr SreROME
ROME RYE July 15 VloeAdmlral 1 VloAdmlrsl Moreno Morenoon Morno Mornoon
on behalf balf of the Italian Italan navy went to the thearsenal thearnai thearsenal
arsenal arnai at Naples Naple today and placed a awreath awrNt awreath
wreath wrNt on the coffin of Ensign Hugh Kerr KerrAiken Rer KerrAiken
Aiken who was WI killed kie by an e explosion of ofgas ofgl ofgas
gas gl on the American cruiser North Caro Carolina CnroIDa Carotins ¬
tins linaThe IDa
The body was 1 subsequently luMequenty placed pitd on onhe onte onthe
he te steamer lamfr Perugia which sailed ell for foriew forNew forNew
New < York tonight tonightPARLIAMENTARY lonlghtPARIIAUE14Rr tonightIARLIAMEXT4R1
PARLIAMENTARY PARIIAUE14Rr YACHT YACHTJner 14C11TIAner 4Cnl 4CnlUner
Jner Adriatic Adrlal Chartered lo Take TakflrUIh TakflrUIhfnslorl British BritishSenators UrilishSenators
Senators fnslorl to Fleet It Ret Rele1 Rmiew RmiewThe lew lewThe
The Te White Star liner InAr Adriatic In yes yester yesterday tor torlay r rds
lay ds from Southampton Cherbourg and andQueenstown RndQueenlltown andQueenstown
Queenstown has 1 been chartered ehartcrl for forday a aday
day by the British Brlt8h Government to take takenembers te temembrll takemembers II
members membrll of the thl House Hou of Lords Irl and Ind the thelouse theHoul theHouse
louse Houl of Commons between betw n the lines lnes of ofwarships ofwarehlpl ofwarships
warships that will wi be reviewed revlfwe by the theCn theKln theKIng
Cn KIng at Cowes COWfl early in August Each Knchmember Eachmember eh ehmembr
member membr of the two Houses HOUIIII will wi bo b per permitted permitted r rmltt ¬
mitted mltt to take a I friend with him The TheIner Te Telner rijeliner
liner lner will wi follow folow the royal rO Tal yacht ns ni it itasse Itpa Itpasses
pa passes > asse i through throllh the great Irea i rea fleet fft Accord Accordng Aoor According
ng I to t the gossip aboard nbrd the Adriatic Adriatiche Adrlato Adrlatothe
the King will wi be b accompanied aocompnled by the theGerman theOenan theGerman
German Oenan Emperor EmperorFaction l EmperorNew mperor mperorNI
NI New Faction Iarlon Wanl anI na Ganor > nor for Uaor UaorSuprem MaorSupreme Ma or orSupreme
Supreme Court Justice 11110 William WilliamOsynor Wlhlm J 1 1Gaynor
Osynor Gayor was walllndorM indorsed br or Mayor Wodnes Wodneslay Wo Wodnesday nel I
day night by the Kings Klnp1 County Municipal MunicipalJemocracy Muncipal I
Democracy Dmocrac a brand new faction faclon in a aorough aborough aborough
borough > of factions faclona It I was Wa their initial initialmeeting Initil Initilmetng initialmeeting
meeting metng held in the Assembly Ln I Pierre Pierrepont Pilre Pilrepont Pierrepont
pont street stret Brooklyn Brookly and Bird Brd S Coler Coleralso Colfr Colfralso Coleralso
also in for The
came clme praise meeting meetingrlmnrlly rletlng rletlngprimariy meetingprimarily
primarily primariy > was for the thf purposeof purpo of organtz organizIng
Ing ci chairman James JSDe J UcCue was Wa elected electd county countychairman ounty ountyci countychairman
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UAXQUET I ZOUET Ttt POlAt VICTORS VICTORSCordial VICTORSCordIal ICr llS llSConi
Cordial Coni at Speeches Sptrhe by b English and Aincrl Aincrlc mertn
c can n IMa PlaIriIJomeward IIrrIJomear > rr lomewnrtl Hound Houndtipecal lond londpual flotind1pcaJ
tipecal Cable C bl Dripaleh Dtpal to Faa T SUN SDKLONDON SUNLONDN SewLONDON
LONDON LONDN July 15 15Che The Hurlingham HurlinghamPolo lurlngham lurlnghamPolo
Polo Clubs committee commite gave a banquet banquettonight banquettonllht banquettonight
tonight tonllht at tho Kite Itz Hotel otelln in honor of tbu tbumembrs thumembers tbumembers
members membrs of the Meadow Brook Brk polo plo team teamwho tom tomwho teamwho
who lately defeated tho Englishmen Englshmn Vie Viecount Viscount Viacount
count Valentin Vslenta presided preside The Duke of ofWestminster ofWestmlnlltr ofSeatminater
Westminster Westmlnlltr the Earl ul of Shrewsbury and andmany andmlny andmany
ent many mlny prominent polo plo players were pres present present prosent ¬
Viscount Vlsount Valentia Vnlentl in a cordial speech speechcongratulated speechcongratulated ph phcngratulated
congratulated the American guests on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their victory victor Their play he said ld had hadopened hadopene hadopened
opened opene the eyes eye of Englishmen Engl hmen and shown shownthem shownthem shownthem
them what could be b done by persever perseverance persevorac pereevoranco ¬
ance ac and selfdenial The victor vlctol took tookback tookbck tookback
back bck the cup with wih tho best bst wishes of Eng English EngIsh English ¬
lish Ish sportsmen sprtamen who however hoped hopedbefore hop hopedbefore
before brore long to send nd a team to try to re recapture tecptur recapture ¬
capture cptur it itIn ItJn itIn
In reply Harry nar Payne Paye Whitney said saidtho saidthe ld ldtho
tho keynote keyot of the Americana Americna visit had hncbeen hd hdbn hadbeen
been bn the tht excellent exOlent spirit in which the thematches themathM thematches
matches mathM had been bn played They had hoc hoca ha
time and had found could couldlearn couldlearn
a great tme ha foud they they ould ouldlear
learn lear much from the old country They Theyhoped Theyhoped Theyhoped
hoped for an opportunity opprtuniy to give an Eng English El English ¬
lish Ish team ns a good go a time in New York Yorkas
as 0 they themselves had had ha here hereDevoreaux her hereDevereaux
Devoreaux Dvcnux Milburn Milbur is on his hi way to toNew toNew toNew
New York on board bord the Luajtania L tana The Theother Theother Theother
other members membrs of the Meadow Meow Brook Brk polo poloteam polot poloteam
team t will wll return rturn In time to defend dfend tho thochampionship thoohamplonahlp thechampionship
championship All the American Americn ponies poniesIncluding pnie poniesincluding
Including Incuding four that Fred Fr Havemeyer Havemeyerbought Iavemeyer IavemeyerbuRht Havemeyerbought
bought buRht in England will wi be b shipped Ihlpp on ontho ontho onthe
tho Minnetonka which is to sail Mi from the theThames theThnmel theThames
Thames Thnmel next Saturday Stury They Th y are ar in insured Insured insured ¬
sured for 1150 1150TO 15000TO 15000 15000TO
TO HONOR nO Olt PONCE HE IlF LEON LEONApontollc IEO IEOApoIoll LEONApostolic
Apostolic ApoIoll Delegate D to Conduct Crrr Crrrmonlet Cne Ceremonies
monies monlf at Dedication Otlcalon of Cathedral Crjpt CrjptSprta Ctpt Ctptpal CrptSpC2i
Sprta pal CnMt Cn Detroit Duralel to THE TnJ Sew SewSM nv nvSAN UNSA
SAN SA JUAN P R July 15 1511 15Mgi Mgr Jos Jo JoAversa < J JA
A Aver Aversa versa Archbishop Archbihop of Sard 8rl is and Apes Apostolic Aps Apstolc Apestolio ¬
tolic tolc Delegate to Cuba Cub and Porto Poro Rico Ricoarrived Ricoarrive Ricoarrived
arrived arrive hero today tooay He Je will wt remain here herea
a month monthThere monthTher monthThere
There Ther was a celebration clebraton in the Cathe Cathedral Cthe Cathedm1 ¬
dral dll in honor of his hi visit He will wi cele celebrate cle clebrte celebrute ¬
brute brte pontifical pontical mass r on August Auglt 12 t the theanniversary thennlverr theanniversary
anniversary nnlverr of the landing of Ponce da daLeon dI doLeon
Leon Ln in connection connetion with the formal in installment Inltlment inatailment ¬
stallment ltlment in the Cathedral Cathedrl of a crypt to tohold tohold tohold
hold the discoverers divlrr remains remainsThe remainsThe remainsThe
The French colonies in the different differenttowns dltrerenttwns differenttowns
towns twns of the thf island celebrated celebralP yesterday yesterdaytho YMtrday YMtrdaythe
the 120th anniversary anniverry of the th fall of the theBastile tbeBtle theBastile
Bastile BastileBanquet Btle BtleBnquet BastileBanquets
Banquet Bnquet were wer given in all the towns townsCUttA twn twnCURt townsCuBit
CURt TO KEEP ENGINEER PAGE PAGE1nlted puatnle PtGEtulted
1nlted tnle States Stat to Paw on Clenfuejcot Dli Dlipnte DtlpntfGome7 DiipnteGontez
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HAVANA IAVNA July IS 15Mr Mr lr Morgan the theAmerican theAmercan theAmerican
American Amercan Minister lnlstr and the Cuban Cub De Department Deprtment Dopartment ¬
prtment partment of Foreign Foreig Affairs Afalrs have he come cometo cometo
t to an agreement agment In the matter mttr of the re retention rot retendon ¬
tendon t nton of Mr Page as a engineer englnor of the theClenfuegos theCenfuepo theClenfuegos
Clenfuegos Cenfuepo aqueduct aqueuct The Thi status etats quo quowill quowi quowill
will wi be b maintained mahtnP until nil al the documents documentsn doment
In n the case C are ar presented prnted to President PresidentGomez Preldent PreldentGomez PresIdentGotnez
Gomez after which the American Americ Gov Government Government Oovernrnent ¬
ernment will wi definitely defniely decide the matter matterPresident mattr mattrPlldent matterPresident
President Plldent Gomez how instructed the theNational theNatonal theiational
National Natonal Lottery Lttry to hold for him In I the tliefirst thefrst thefirst
first frst drawing ticket tcket No 1895 which is l the thedate thedte thedate
date dte of the beginning belnlng of the war of inde independence Ind md mdpendence ¬
pendence pendencePOST pendec pendecPO pendencePOST
POST PO I HACK IX I PORTO RICO RICOExpectt llICOF RICOExpects
Expects F peetl to Remain Rtaln a al Got rrnotrWill GOlorll Coernorti1lITake rrnotrWillTake
Take Ta lp tp Budget Dudse Making 1laklnE at Once OnceSptttfl OneeStcl OnceSpectal
Sptttfl Stcl Cattt C l Dtlfaleh Duptt lo THE TB Jin JinSAN St SrxSa
SAN Sa JUAN P It It July 15 1ov 16Oov Gov Post Postreturned POt POtreturned Postreturned
returned today from th the United State StateHe 8ttel 8ttel1f
He stated that President Taft had
1f Prldent as assured a ascured ¬
cured urd him that no change elnl would be b made maden mde mdeIn
In n the Governorship Ooverno hp and that tht he could couldretain ould ouldtln couldretain
retain tln the th ofllre ofc as long as he pleased pleasedGov pl13ledGov pleasedOov
Gov Po PaiI Post t will wi now take up conaidera consideration cOlldera cOllderaton
ion ton of the budget with wih the members membrs of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the Executive Execute Council uncl as a provided proldl for forn forIn forin
In n the te OlmMead Olm tead bill billMODERNIST bi biOnFll billiIOPERXIST
MODERNIST OnFll IST JEStIT 1 EM T DKMt DKMtFather DEt 1 1Falhlr 1 1Father
Father Tyrrell TTntlld Had Left 1lr HIP tlf Order After AfterruulUhlna Af Afterlubllshlnk r rIubthhlnl
ruulUhlna Iubthhlnl I northodox tnorthoox Articlepet142 Article Articlefptnil rlle rllepn1
fptnil pn1 Cable C4 Dtpatt Deipatch to THIS TRI Sex SexLONDON SUI Sea14051ON
LONDON Islos July 15 15Fathlr 15Father Father George Gtorgl Tyr Tyrrell Tyr1 Tyr1I Tyrrell ¬
rell I the th prominent modernist moderist priest priestdied prle priestdied t tdlN
died dlN today at Storrington StorringtonThe StorDlton StorDltonThe
The Rev R George Tyrrell Tyrrl whose whofe part partin
in the modernist moem lit controversy necessitated npoesnitntedhis nIOlsitate nIOlsitatehis
his withdrawal I from the Society of Jesus Jesuswo JfIUS JfIUSWM Jesuswas
wo a convert to Catholicism Calholcllm from the thoProtestant theProttlltant theProtestant
Protestant Prottlltant Church Churh HP was by birth an anIrishman anIrl8hman anIrishman
Irishman receiving the major part of ofhis ofhl8 ofhis
his education tucton at Trinity Trnity College Colege Dub Dublin Dubln Dublin ¬
lin ln Subsequently Subleufntly to his hil graduation he hofelt hefelt hefelt
felt the attraction ntractlon of the Catholic Catholc Church Churchto Churh Churhto
to such a degree dflrc that he became hcml n Roman RomanCatholic Rman RmanCatholc RomanCatholic
Catholic Catholc and took tok the vows of the Jesuit Jwuitorder JNuit JNuitorer Jesuitorder
order orderHJK orderIlls
orer orerIliatr Ills Iliatr later residence rtidlnc han been bn in England EnglandFor Englnd EnglndFor
For twelve years yeal prior prl to 1BO9 II he was wasrecognised Wo Worflhed wasrecognized
recognized rflhed an one of the most mOt daring and andbrilliant nndbriiant andbrilliant
brilliant briiant 01 the te Jesuitical JEullcl writers vrieN In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that year he h published puhlihed in an English EnRlih jour ¬
nal an article which wan WI rejected IJected by his hinsuperiors h hIUrOI hisstiperlors
superiors IUrOI in the society loelet n as extremely
hlretrl heretical He promulgated promullnted theories thtorlE of ofhell orhel ofhell
hell hel and punishment after aftr death which whichwore whichwer whichwere
wore wer contrary cntrr to the doctrines doetrne of Cathol Catholicism CatholIcam CatholIciarn ¬
icism Icam and the Hil rssay A brought down upon uponhl uponhil uponhis
hl hil his head a storm Itorm of ecclesiastical ecl latlcal crib criticism crt cribclam ¬
clam In the same article artce ho voiced olcc a acertain aorln itcertain
certain orln sympathy with It opinions oplnlo0 put for forward forwa forward ¬
ward wa by St George Georg Mivnrt Mlvlrt the eminent eminentwriter eminentwritr eminentwriter
writer writr on biology biolog who had some yearspreviously years yearspreviously caI
previously been hn excommunicated excmmunictd by
Cardinal Crdinl Vaughan VaughanThn VaughanThe auRbn auRbnThe
The higher authorities authorltlel among tho thoJesuits theJeult thoJestiits
Jesuits Jeult In England Egland took t k cognizance coglrnc of ofFather ofFather ofFather
Father TyrreflB Tyelhery heresy and demanded demandedrecantation demnded demndedrecntaton demandedrecantation
recantation recntaton He refused refU with wih his hil with withdrawal withdrawal withdrawal ¬
drawal from t rom the order as a the natural naturalconsequent naturnlCIU naturalconacqu
consequent consequentTIllRTEE CIU conacqu 4D 4DTIIRIFF noe noeTIIIRTEES
TIllRTEE TIIRIFF LOST IX 1 SIUMARINEManrrutrlnic SIUMARINE fCRtRIXElanlU SfI3I1RINE3lanrrut
3lanrrut Manrrutrlnic lanlU rln ring British Drllh host loat nun Down b by a aMerchant aerhat aMerchant
Merchant erhat Steamer SteamerSrirelal Hleamertr SteamerSpafal
Srirelal tr < tol Cable CI Dtipatc to THR THI Sew SUKPORTSMOUTH SVKPORT8MOUTII SewPowraMoerIm
PORTSMOUTH July 15 15The The British Britishsubmarine Briillh BriillhAubmarlne Britishsubmarine
submarine C 11 1 was sunk lunk la 1MI last t night nllht by bythe byth bythe
the th merchant me rohanI steamship Eddystone FdYlltne off offHaisborough ol offHaishorough
Haisborough JllllJrough light lght Lowescrofl LowescroflI Lwlroft LwlroftIt I IIt
I It It ls feared flared that out 011 of the submarines submarinescrew lubmarines lubmarinescre
crew cre of < sixteen sitn thirteen thirten were wr drowned drownedOnly drawni drownedOnly
Only three thl are ar reported saved savedThe savedThe avedThe
The Eddystone EdYlltone is II n 1 British Dritlh trader trad r of oflt51
1451 tons She Rhl is II commanded ommnndfd hyCapt hyCaptGrant hyCpt hyCptGrant hyCaptGrant
Grant and she he was M homeward bound from fromMariupol fromMarupol fromMarlupol
Mariupol Marupol on the Sea Sel or Azov having havingtouched havingtouched havingtouched
touched at Constantinople Comttnopo and Gibraltar GibraltarLlnut Obmltr ObmltrIlout GibraltarLleut
Llnut Brodle in command oommnd of C 11 1 is isreported II IIIprtd isreported
reported Iprtd to be b one of the tl0 three thro who were weresaved wor woresaved
saved savedC laved lavedC
C 17 was also alE damaged by colliding cliding with withanother withanother withanother
another submarine ubmrlne while avoiding avoldinl a acollision 1 acollision
collision collilion with wih the Eddyntono EdYltne She is isftnrlously IF IFfrlollly isseriously
ftnrlously damaged damnld but no ono on board boardher boardhcr boardher
her won hurt hurtThe hur hurThl hurtThe
The Thl craft craftof of the C cliu class of submarines submarinesof AuhmarinfA AuhmarinfAof
of the British nrilsh navy to t which the sunken sunkenwar lunken lunkenwlr
war wlr boat bont belonged blonped are 135 13 feet fft long with witha
a beam bfnm of 13 f rot feet < > t 6 ClnchO inches and a cli dIRJlaoo dIRJlaooI displace displacemoot plaei plaeimenl
men I of 313 13 tons tn Their speed spd is I 13 knots knoUon knot
I on th the surface lrtace tho motive power being hlna
f furnished urni hed by gasoline p olene engines of coo ro horse horsepower hor horsepower
power When hAn operating oprtng enKnA below blow the cur surfaco fU curface
I pWAr
face rao electrlo motors motol are ar lined IUfd The arma armament arn armamont ¬
ment of the C class consists of
tht CIMI c0t two tor torpedo tr trpdo torpedo ¬
pedo pdo tubes 11 both bth at the how bowThe howThe howThe
The boat C 11 1 was built on the Barrow BarrowIn Bow BowIn
year yearF In a 1007 107 C 17 1 was a built at Chatham Cbtm last lastyear lat lata lastyear
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preserves the teeth and andpurifies andpure andpurifies
purifies pure the te breath breathUsed bret breathUsed
Used U sed by people of ofrefinement ofrefnement ofrefinement
refinement refnement for almost almostHalf almotHal
1 Half Hal a Century CenturyMRS CenturyMRSI
MRS THAW TELLS OF THREAT THREATContinued THREATContinuedrom THREATContinuedfrom
Continued Continuedrom from Fir First t Page Pagethreat Pae Paetbreat Pagethreat
threat should be b stricken strckim from the th rec record r iscord ¬
ord but the damage dmge If damage there was washad wa washad
had been bn done doneMr doe doeMr doneMr
Mr MorschauEera Mor chausrs crossexamination crossexaminationof croesxamlnaton croesxamlnatonof
of the to witness wltnel was surprisingly short shortAfter shortAftr shortAfter
After Aftr consulting oonsultng with wih his client for a aminute amlutAI aminute
minute mlutAI he asked her to recall rcll an occasion occasionwhen olon olonwhen occasionwhen
when she e had spoken with her husband husbandconcerning hUlbnd hUlbndcocring husbandconcerning
concerning Dr Flint Fint the States Sttee alienist alienlitduring aleni alienistduring I
during the two murder murer trials She re recalled r recalled ¬
called clled such an occasion olon and said Id that on onono onono onone
ono of her visits vlatto to the asylum Bylum she he had hadwarned hd hdwarned hadwarned
warned Thaw Thw that Dr Flint Flnt was W to bo bopresent bopresnt bepresent
present presnt at an a entertainment entrlment some city citypeople cty ctypplo citypeoplo
people pplo were wor getting gottlg up for the benefit befit of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te inmates The Te alienist aleLt had hd managed managedthe mge
the whole entertainment entrlnment so o Mrs Thaw Thawsaid Thaw8ld Thawsaid
said 8ld sho told her husband husbnd and ad there tre had hadbeen hadbn hadbeen
been bn considerable considerble secrecy scr about abut his hispart hiepart hispart
part In the affair She had ha told Thaw Tw he hewould hewould hewould
would bo b sensible sn lble if i he did not attend attnd the thefunction thefuncton thefunction
function functionAfter functon functonAtr functionAfter
After Atr adducing adducng this tis example of Mrs MrsThaws MrsThaws MrsThaws
Thaws solicitude solcltuda lest let her herhon herbusband exmle husband should shouldbetray sould souldbtry shouldbetray
betray btry himself himslf under uner the watchful wahful eye eyeof eyeor eyeof
of the alienist alenist Mr Morschuaser onhuser had her heridentify herIdenty heridentify
identify Identy the letters lettrs she had h written writtn to toher toher toher
her husband husbnd and then ten he let her go goHe 10e goHe
He e said later latr that these th letters leterl all allcouched al allcouched
couched cched in endearing terms were maw manifestly mawresUy mauifestly ¬
festly those tb of a wife to a husband hubnd who whotrusted whotrst whotrusted
trusted trst and loved her Ho would not notreveal notrvel notreveal
reveal rvel their contents content further furher Mrs Thaw Thawhad Taw Tawhd Thawhad
had hd been bn convulsed convls with wt laughter lughter while whilereading whie whierding whilereading
reading one of these th letters lettrs on the stand standHer stnd stndHer standHer
Her merriment meriment even drew an answering awering
flicker fcker of amusement au et to Thaws toTbw eyes eyesm eye eyesCounterbalancing
m Counterbalancing Counterblanolng whatever whatver weight Eve Eve ¬
lyn 1 Thaws Thws testimony tpstmonymay may have carried carriedagainst carriedagainst
against him Thaw and his counsel counlsmed counlsmedto seemed seemedto cre
to believe beleve that they tey profited prft greatly grtly by a aruling arlng aruling
ruling rlng that tht Justice JUltc Mills Mia made me near ner bY the theend theend theend
end of the afternoons aftrnoons session No exam examination e examination ¬
a
lon
ination Inaton of Thaw Thw by alienists oUenl t8 should be bemade b bemade
made mde in camera cmer tho Judge declared declaredbut declar declaredbutwhatever
but butwhatever whatever whtever questions they the should Bould desire desireto delr
to ask him in their effort etror to determine determineas dtrine dtrineas
as to his present mental matl condition condiion should shouldbo shouldbe ould ouldb
bo b put before bfor him in open court crt The TheJustices TheJustc TheJustices
Justices Justc decision declon followed folowe opn a long lon debate debateand debt debateand
and a supreme uprme effort on the part of the theStato tbeStt theState
State Stt attorneys atorneys to have hav granted grate p to their theiralienists theiralenst theirallenists
alienists alenst a chance cbanc to examine exai in I private privatethe privat
the man who seeks ka liberty lbty
When District DistrictAttorney Attorney Atorney Mack Mak of Dutch Dutchees
ees county started str to t make his argument argumentfor
argent argentfor
for the private privat examination exmintio of the rela relator rla rlator relator
tor Justice Mills interrupted him with
Justic Mis IntrptlJd wit a asignificant asllnlOcnt asigniflcant
significant sllnlOcnt remark remarkThe remak remakThe remarkThe
The great grt mass ma of evidence eviec which whic has b
been entered entr by b this thl relator reltor seems s very verystrongly v vstrogly verystrongly
strongly to indicate Ind1cte his present prnt sanity
he said ald Do I understand undertd that tt the State Statewill Statewi Statewill
will wi seek k to contravene cntvee this ti testimony tlmoy
by that of experts in mental disease diseaseThe disea diseaseThe
The question queto expr now n Is > Has B the relator rlatr made madasuch madesuch
such recovery rver in the asylum aluI that tht me mesuch he hecould hI hecould
could culd be released rle without wihout danger of a arecurrent arecurnt arecurrent
recurrent recurnt attack attl of his hlsllt insanity dnler
Mr Mack called cle the th attention attnton of the theJustice theJustice I IJu
te
Justice Ju tc to the fact f that tat on the occasion occasionof occlon occlonof
of Thaws Taws previous prvlos effort eort to get out of
Matteawan latewan through appeal appl to the Su Supreme SUopreme Snpreme ¬
preme Court In Poughkeepaie the States Statesalienists Sttl SttlIlenlsta Statesalicnlsta
alienists Ilenlsta had hd given i Iven it as their opinion that thathe thathe thathe
he was W81 suffering 8ufferlg from prnol paranoia What Whatever Wht Whteer Whatever ¬
ever brilliancy briianc of Intellect Intlet strength of ofmemory ormemory ofmemory
memory or keenness keennef of penetration pnetrton Thaw Thawmight Tw Twmh Thawmight
mh might ht now exhibit he could still stl be b a ahopeless ahopele ahopeless
hopeless hopele paranoiac in their opinion and andnothing andnoting andnothing
nothing noting but the most mot intimate Intmat and private privateexamination prlvatexalntlon privateexamination
examination exalntlon of the man by export exprU could coulddetermine oouldretnlne coulddetermine
determine retnlne whether or not manifestations manifestationsof manifettons manifettonsof
of this thl disorder yet remained remainedA Imalnl
A paranoiac prnolac nfay nay be b successfully successfullycoached BucceMful successfullycoached
coached coched to conceal cnceal his h disorder disorer said saidMr MidMr saidMr
Mr Mack Mak and there Is 11 no doubt that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this man has been tn so 1 coached coche He prob probably probeably probably ¬
ably knows knowl more mor about paranoia prnoia than thanany thanny thanany
any ny of the lawyers lawyrs present prnt and all he heneeds heneds heneeds
needs neds a lawyer lawer for Is to help him form formthe formthl formthe
the thl questions he would put to witnesses witnessesJustice wlns wlnsJUBtfc witnessesJustice
Justice JUBtfc Mills Mi ruled that tha t all questions questionsmust questonl
must ho h put to Thaw In open court and andthat andthat andthat
that this thl examination exm naton will wi opn take tke place plac on onJuly onJuly onJuly
July 2R 21 after afer the lawyers have havf had time timeto tie tieto
to delve dtlv Into the thf tremendous mass of ofevidence orevldenC ofevIdence
evidence evldenC taken at the former trials trlall for formurder formurdlr formurder
murder murderAnthony murdlr murdlrAnthon murderAnthony
Anthony Comstock Comelk who gave his hil pro professional profelonl profesaional ¬
fessional felonl index as secretary Icrltr and special specialagent Ipl1 Ipl1agent specialagent
agent of the New York Society Societ for the theSuppression tbeSuppreSfon theSuppression
Suppression of Vice Vic and pot post office ofc in inHpector inlctr inspector
Hpector lctr held the stand for an hour in inthe Inthe inthe
the afternoon rnoon He had to tell ulllbut about the thecomplaints thocompllinte thecomplaints
complaints a Harry Har Thaw had lodged lodge with withhim wlthhim withhIm
him about abut the conduct Cnduct of Stanford White Whiteand Whit Whiteand
and one other toward towar young younp girls girlsComstock girillCom girlsComstock
Comstock Com tk detailed dAta le all al of the te eff etrrt > rts he hehad hehd hehad
had hd made at Thaws Thws direction drion to get legal legalevidence legalwldero legalevidence
evidence wldero against agant the men of whom he had hadcomplained ha hadcomplained
complained cmplne Ho said that tRt the last lt time Umehe tme tmehe timehe
he had ha conversed with wit Thaw before beore the theshooting theIIhootlng theshooting
convll
shooting of White Whil was WS on the very day
before bfor the te tragedy trly of the te Madison Mison er Square Squareroof tur Squareroof
roof rf garden grden ana Rd that on that occasion occasionhe oClon oClonhe
he had ha assured Thaw that there ther was wasreasonable wa wasreasonable
reasonable Inable alure hope hop that t the I he necessary nflry evl evldonoo evldrmo evidance
dance drmo would bo h acquired noulr On crossex crossexamination crossexamination 1x 1xamlnatlon ¬
amination tho agent nt of the Society Socety for rot the theSuppression thoSUPPllon theSuppression
Suppression of Vice Vic could not produce producemany pruc producemany
many may of the letters lete that has ha passed be between b between ¬
tween tWln himself hlmlt and Harry Jl Thaw p they were werIn wer werein >
In the possession pMion of Mr Jerome he said saidDr Ild IldDr saidDr
Dr Adolph Meyer of New York lork who whotook whotook whotook
took the te stand lltnd as a a lay ly witness wtne In tho thomornings thomornings themornings
mornings session Ion gave testimony ttmony as to tohis tohis tohis
his conversations cnveJt00 with tavo Thaw on the sub subject subjec subfoot ¬
foot jec of Stanford Stnfor White it and his alleged allegedrelations aleged alegedrlatons allegedrelationswith
relations rlatons relationswith with young women womenWhen woen woenWhen womenWhen
When todays todys session 8on ot of court our had hadadjourned hld hldadjourod hadadjourned
adjourned adjourod Thaw Taw mode mao an extemporary extemporarystatement extemprry extemprrystalement extemporarystatement
statement to the te newspaper men menI
I never in my neWBppr life lfe threatened trted Evelyn EvelynThaw EvelynThaw EvelynThaw
Thaw in any way whatever whatver ho said I Ido Ido 1do
do not bear her any malice malo because bcuse she shetestified shetestfed shetestified
testified testfed as she sh did this afternoon aftrnoon As to tohur tohor tohur
hur fears fc for future support suppor MS II long as I Ilive Ilve Ilive
live lve her allowance Rlowano will wi remain rmoln as a it is isnow 18now Isnow
now whether I get out of othe the asylum or ornot ornot ornot
not notIIOIJVI4 >
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MtLlVlA 11 AX1 NI PE11V pEI QV1ETKK QV1ETKKV OUIFnR
V 1 S MInister 1lntter Comb olbi Has 14 a Long Peace PeaceTalk PtaeeTalk PeaceTalk
Talk Hecanllnc Rfardlns Herder 10rder Dispute Disputefipettal ntsputo ntsputopr1 iHupuleSpctai
fipettal Catlf C4 1f Dnpatc to Tnc TI SUM SUMLIMA SWLIMa VI VII
I LIMA Peru Perluly July 15 16Matt 15Matters Matters as a between betweenPeru betwen betwenPeru betweenPeru
Peru and Bolivia Dolvla with regard regar to Bolivias Boliviasfrontier BoUvlasfronter Boliviasfrontier
fronter frontier claims clams are assuming a better betteraspect bter bterapt betteraspect
aspect aspectYesterday apt aptYeterday aspectYesterday
Yesterday Unjted Urt States SttM Minister Leslie LoelleCombs Lle LleComb LeslieCombs
Combs Comb had ha a long conference with wih For Foreign Foregn Foreign ¬
eign egn Minister Mlrster Porras PorrasConsiderable Pora PerasConsiderable
Considerable Conderable excitement excitment was wa caused causedhere OU causedhere
here this thll afternoon by a report that the theGovernment thoGovermlnt theGovernment
Govermlnt Government was Bending troops toop to t the theBolivian theBlvlRn theBolivian
BlvlRn Bolivian frontier but inquiry developed developedthat developd developdthat
that tho report reprt reportwas won VM entirely unfounded unfoundadSTfffA unfoundedlllI1 unfoundedSTIRLII
STfffA < lllI1 niYORCE TO STAXIt STAXItWoman ST4VIJWoman TDoman
Woman oman and Lord Northland Withdraw WithdrawppeaU ilthdrawtliPCI hdraw hdrawIPUt
ppeaU IPUt In Hootch Hent h Court CourtAp Colrl earl earlpciit
Ap < 11 pciit fli Caolf Unpatc lpalt to Tun 181 Sew SewEnoceoson StrxEDiNBOitnn U
EDiNBOitnn ED CtOl July 15 lTe 15The The appeals filed ftlodby fle filedby
by Mrs Stirling BUrlng and Ad Lord Lr Northland NorthlandagaJntt Norlac Northiandagainst
against alt the judgment jugent of tho Edinburgh EdinburghCourt ElnburghCu
Court Cu of Session Sesion granting gaUns Capt Cpt Alex Alexander Alexaner Alexander ¬
ander aner Stirling Stirli a divorce divo ce from tzom his bl wife wifeon wie wifeon
on account at of misoonduot ml8nuqt with Lord LordNorthland Lr LordNorthland
Northland Ncr and andendls condemning the th1t thelatt latter r to topay top topsthecostahavebetmwLtMriwp
pay p psthecostahavebetmwLtMriwp psthecostahavebetmwLtMriwpi thecosta thee have bT bean b j withdrawn withdrawnj wltbrw wltbrwJ >
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soft 50ft softor or pleated bosoms attached atached or detached d cuffs cuffsAll cufs cuffsAll
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stock stock Formerly 400 500 600 600A 600A h
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THE SHAHS CAUSE NOT LOST LOSTHIS
HIS TROOPS ATTACK ATT4CI THE THENATIONALISTS THE TH THNATION4LISTS
NATIONALISTS IX I TEHERAN TEHERANHottent TEEll4lotft TEIIER4NlIoitt
Hottent lotft Firing Frtns Likely Ltkry to GoOn oOn All Al Night Nighthot Nthtbut NIghtbut
but Only Ont 1OO 10 Men Ila lne Slave > e De Been n i Killed KilledSo IUte
So 0 Far FarDpl FarDeals Deali for PeacelMurirnU PeacelMurirnUnrniue ptJnlarsmtl ptJnlarsmtlDeae
nrniue Deae nth lth Lp to Date Moderation ModerationSptrtal Moerton MoertonSpN ModerationSpiCtci
Sptrtal SpN CoNe Cabr Dnpotthtt Dupattht to t Tax Tn Sew SewLONDON SeNLNDN SewLoNrioN
LONDON LNDN July l IIThe iThe The Teheran corre correspondent cre crespnd correapondent ¬
spondent nt of the Tint Tifl in a despatch despatchtimed depathtime despatchtimed
timed spnd midnight says IYS he finds flndl it useless uselessto uslt usltt
time
to try to express e pr pn opinion of the general generalsituation Icneral IcneralIltuaton generalsituation
t
situation but states stat that the position of ofthe ofthe ofthe
Iltuaton the Shahs Shhs troops troop and the fact that several severalgates severalgates verl verlgat
gates are still sti In their possession pIon suggests suggeststhat sUggNtsthat suggeststhat
gat that the royal cause cuse is not yet In de def r rprto lee leeperate
perate f > erato case caseTho c caseThe
prto The Royalists Royalsta are making maknl continual continualattacks continualattaok continualattacks
attacks on the ramparts rmprt while whie guns from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tf
tho north are ae shelling shelDg the Parliament Parliamentbuilding Parlaent Parlaentbuiding Parliamentbuilding
building and other points occupied oupied by the theNationalists theNationlsts theNationalists
buiding pinta
Nationalists Heavy Hev firing was wa proceed proceeding pr ¬
ing Nationlsts at the time of telegraphing telegrsphl snd there therewas thereW8S therewas
was every tme prospect prospt of another noisy noisyNationalist nollYnllht noisynight
nllht nllhtNatonls night nightNationalist Nationalist guns are posted d beside blde the theBritish theBrltlb theBritish
British Brltlb Natonls legation Jgton gn ready rdy p to bombard bmbard the theRussian theRueln theRussian
Russian Rueln Bank Bnk If i the Cossacks COlck there are arenot arenot arenot
not withdrawn withdrwn It I is not known kown whether whetheror r rlor
Cossacks ate acting under underI underOen
lor or not thee th Cks at
I Gn Oen 3 n LlakhofTn Llkbls orders ordersNotwithstanding orers orersNotwlthtdin ordersNotwithstandi
Notwithstanding Notwlthtdin the extraordinary extraordinr ex expenditure expndlture oxpendituro ¬
penditure of ammunition amuniton there tere has ha been beenas bn bna
as pndlture yet no really rely serious srious fighting fgb lng Probably Probablythe Probbly Probblythe
a
the killed kie and wounded wounde on both bth sides side do donot donot donot
not exceed 100 100Tho 100The 100The
The ee correspondent corpndent pays an o unreserved unreservedributo unrered unreredtribute unreservedtribute
tribute to the behavior behaior of the te Nationalists Nationalistswhich Natonsta Natonstawhih NationalistsWhich
which whih he 10 says has ha been ben Irreproachable IrreproachableThey IrprohableThey
They have bve shown mercy to their prisoners prisonersand
and have in every way evinced evlno a desire desireto
to out their plans in a civilized civilizedmanner civilizedmanner
o carry olvlz
Or
I I ITJnJIAN
manner mannerTBRBRAN mannerTznEiuN
TBRBRAN TJnJIAN July 15 10 P M MTe 31The The Na Nationalists Nationalllt Natlonallats ¬
tionalists tionalllt have captured the south gate gateand glte gateand i iand
and two big guns gunsThe gunsThe I IThe
The Cossacks Cck gD have not yet et surrendered aurrenderedThey suredered surederedThey surrenderedThey
They still occupy Gun Square but Sipah Sipahdar Slphj Slphjdr Sipahdar
dar has ba stil undertaken underken that if i the Cossacks Cossackswithhold COCI COCIwithhold Cossackswithhold
withhold dr their ther fire fir the Nationalists Nat nll will willdo wi willdo
do the same sme until untl morning morningTKBXIUN morng morngTUIN morningTanisiN
TKBXIUN TUIN July 15 161t It Is understood understoodthat understo
that tat Gen Gn Llakhoff Llkbo has hI ordered orered the Persian PersianZoesacks PersianCOck PersianCoesacks
Zoesacks COck under his command cmmand to cease oeasefiring oe oefring ceasefiring
firing upon the te Nationalists NationalistsTho Na lonII
fring
The fire fre of the Cossack Cok artillery artier which whichwaa whlcbwa whichwas
was wa kept ket up almost almo throughout througout yesterday yesterdayhas yNra yNrahl
has hl nearly ceased oed Rifle Rlte shooting shotng con continues contnuea continues ¬
Shahs tr and andtho andte andthe
tinues between btwen the Shaa troops ps
the tnuea Bakhtiaris Bktari and the te Nationalists NationalistsA Natonalsta NatonalstaA
te A force for of the te Shahs Shas troops tp attacked attackedtho atcked atckedtonohwotgatelutnicht attackedthonorthwest
tho northwest tonohwotgatelutnicht gate lost night but were wee re repu repu rePu
pu Ised lee with severe svere loss lossLONDON lo lossLoNDON
LONDON July IS lIsmall Ismail Khan Kn the theenvoy theenoy theenvoy
envoy LNDN of the Persian Perian Nationalists Natonalst hero herorays hor horN herepays
enoy from fromTeheran fromTehrn fromTeheran
rays N be has ba received rved a telegram tlegm
Teheran stating that the te Nationalist Nationalisttroops Natonlst Natonlsttrop Nationllettroops
Tehrn etatng
troops trop have Rained a complete complet victory victoryover vicory vicoryover
over the Shah Shh a troops troopsIn troop
In the House of Commons Cmmona Foreign ForeignSecretary Foreig ForeignSecretary
Secretary Sir 10use Edward Eward Grey Ore announced announcedtoday announ announcedtoday
I Sretr today the th latest ltst news from Persia PersiaHe Persiala PersiaHe
He toy said sid that tbt royalist royalst resistance rolstno prac practically praotcly practtcally ¬
la
tically ended in Teheran last evening eveningand eVfmlngan
and tcly that negotiations negotation were now In Inprogress InPI inprogre
an progress tht e for the surrender of the Per Persian Persl Perelan ¬
sian PI Cossack t Except Excpt In one case o the theSecretary theBretary theSecretary
Secretary sl Cks said aid the alleged aleged looting lotng of the thehouse thehO thehouse
Bretary house of a British subject and an unimpor unimportant uimpor uimportt ¬
hO Brit
taut damage done to t a few houses hou by the theartillery tc tcaI8 theliet7
tt dage
artillery aI8 liet7 the f the t persons pnn land property propery of oftorelgnen off offoreigners
foreigners f re bad not nt suffered
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Staatsburg Bt tbg Dutchess Du te tebees county count today todayreceived ty tyrive todayreceived
received rive the approval of the State St Board Boardof B
of Charities Crites for its 11 work of oaring cns for forconvalescent fo forconvalescent
convalescent convalent children cldn from New Ne York Yorkdtv Yok Yokdt Yorkcity
city dt hospitals hoplts The inoorporators lnrrtl in include Indude ¬
dude eude Mary Mr Harriman Han Frances F Ramsey Rusy
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Rhinecllff Rneclff Ruth Rut Morgan Morg Helen Belsl C Hunt Huntington Hut HutInn RuntIngton
Staatsburg Eleanor
ington Bttbug Eleor Crosby CrosbyEthel Cb CrosbyEthel
Ethel Merritt Elizabeth Elzbet Lynch Altos AliosOlive AC3 AC3Olve AltosOlive
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many mar years and had ha tried tre everything everythingtho eTrUll
the physicians pbyscna could cud proscribe prb Afterdoctoring After Afterdoctoring
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he b found no relief lef ho MWI hewas wa finally Oalylndue fl slly Induced Inducedto j
to try tr the th Cuticura Cutc Remedies Sme and IUh IUhcr they theycured theycured
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haste bat to try tr them the on his rocommaoda rocommaodation rl
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cured om In less 10 than two month so 1 per perfectly p peefeotiy ¬
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