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Aeroplane Mode MmdeMore Morn Tnaa 40 MUM Ml1 an anHour anIlOUIBometlB1l1 In31vtwomettmes
Hour IlOUIBometlB1l1 Sometime Went as High aa aalie asIe
lie FeetBotn Flight Made With WithBt Uthlut 1U1 1U1t
lut Bt t a IIItchNpeetacalar IIItchNpeetacalarWIBBZNOTOK 1IltthPperteu1arI 1IltthPperteu1arWAEINoTo 1ADd 1ADdWAIIRINOTON
WIBBZNOTOK July Jul 10 100100 Orrlllo Wright Wrighsailed Wrihtu1led WrightsaILed
I sailed off Into the twilight this th evealn evealnat evenineat
at Port Myer and thirty minutes late latelaaded later laterJaaded LiterJanded
laaded in spectacular fashion ending endingtho end1nsthe endIngthe
the best bMtand and prettiest flight ho has ha made madsince madenoe made1noe
since noe ho b come to Fort Myer In June JuneThis JuneThla JunThu
This effort wait1 W wa preceded p by a flight o otwentyfire ot ottwentye oftwentyfly
twentyfire and onehalf minutes which whloIn I IIn
4 In Itself wu spectacular but butwu was far fareclipsed farecLipsed 1 1ealtpaed
eclipsed by b the final flight of the day dayWhen dayWhen I IWhen
When Orville Wright landed at the end endof endot endof
of Us hi second flight it was about dark darkaad darkaad darknd
aad nd as a the machine came to earth after aftecircling afterdrdlnc afterdroling
circling about in sharp turns darting dartingdownward darUaldownward darth darthand
downward and then suddenly upward upwardsonVInc upwVdkine uprdsafe
> sonVInc kine a safe bit of ground on which to tolight to toJJabt tofllbt
light the machine waa scarcely vlslbl vlslblagainst vl viatbleganat ble bleaca1nat
against the dark background of the green greengrass reenJtJY greengrau
grass covering that portion of the field fieldJust eId eIdJusi I IJust
Just when Orville first took to eerth earthcould eerthcould I Icould
could not be eeen The noise of the en englao enbe engin
gin suddenly ceased and all knew that thatho thathe thatI
ho I was aa near a landing but as the thomachine themacblne theznathlne
machine sailed onward a 1 few foot abort abortthe aboytbe abo abothe
the earth one couldnt till when be first firsttouched Amtoucbed flrttouthed
touched earth earthTho erthThe earthThe
The Wright were highly pleased with withtodays withtodaa wUV wUwork
V todays work and the machine is rapidly rapidlygetting rapidlyceUJac rapIdIgatUng
getting into thape for tho final teats teatsWilbur teataWUbur testWilbur
Wilbur said after aferthe the flights that the thoengine theeaclneWIIII theenglziewam
engine eaclneWIIII was not working just right richtM yet am amthat aDd aDdtbat andthat
that there would be A number of trials trialsbefore triatabetOl trialabefore
before any an effort to make the official test testawould teIt4wouldbe testwoud
would wouldbe be made The machine probably probablymade probablmade probab1raid
made something more than 40 miles an anhour aDr uicur
r hour icur on an average and sometimes went wentss wet wentaa t tIJ
ss high as a ISO feet In the thealr air Both of ofthe ofthe
1 the flights were made without a hitch hitchThe hitchThe hftehV
V The first flight came shortly after half halfpast ha1fJ
J past 0 oclock The stiff breeze which whichhad whichhad1 Whichk
k had had1 been blowing all day dalon long died down downwith downwith downwfth
with the Betting BUG as northerly breezes breezesare b bare breeaare
are likely lIkl to do and it was not long Ion after aftertho afterthe afterthe
the machine had been set upon the th mono monorail monoraU monorail ¬
rail before the start was mad The Thebroeoo Thebroee Thebreeze
breeze was not exactly from the th right dl dlrection dJI dlreetlon
rection and it was expected that Orville Orvillemight OrYlllemleht Orvillemight
might have ave some difficulty making makin the thefirst theflnt theflrit
first tuin becauae of the proximity of the theaeroplane theeroplne theaeroplane
aeroplane shed He mastered the turn turnhowever tumhowever turnhowever
however last Saturday when conditions conditionswere conditionwere
were about as today to ayand and this afternoon afternoonaa
aa a he flew ew down the field e1d at t 90 or U miles milesan mIlean
an hour he again made a sharp turn to totho tothe tothe
the left dodging the shed and rising up upward u uward ¬
4 ward on his hi circle in magnificent mapl oeat fashion fashionu taahloaOn
u On his second round be waa a hundred hundredfeet hundredleot hundredfeat
feet In the air flying tI with and against againstthe apJnatIbe
the wind wuhqU11T equally well with Ith never a hitch hitchor hltCbor
r or a waver Up and down he swooped swoopedt
t as e bo wont on his straightaway atrslktwyMaround taw tawaround aad aadaround
around his curves His UI circles grow big bigger bigeel bigV ¬
V ger and bigger until finally ho got on 00mO onp a amonotonous
monotonous mO tour of about 4000 feet feetaround feetaround feetaround
around the th drill ground groundTwentyflve groundTweatrBv groundTwentyfive
Twentyflve times Orville circled the thefield thefield thefield
field on his first flight averaging about aboulminute aboutI
I LV LVminute minute for each round It grew a bit biltiresome bittlleeome bittieaome
tiresome after af a while gazing skyward skywardas
as IthemacbtneaJledon the machine machineesilad sailed on The Thelaadlnllwu ThelaadlnllwuplaOtical1T loading was waspractically waapractically
practically perfect perfectAt ct ctAt
At first it seemed ed as though there would wouldnot wouIdnot wouldnot
< not be another Right as It was getting gettingpretty gettingprettT
r pretty dark but the brothers after af look lookIng JookIng looklug
Ing the machine over aBe talking about aboutconditions aboutconditions boutconditions
conditions decided to try again so the thoairship theIllrehlp theairabip
airship was wheeled back to Ute derrick derrickTaylor derrickIaylor derricki
i Taylor thitR echanlcianwentto thlt rnecbaniclan > went to tho aero aeroplane MIC6plane aroplane ¬
plane and cam back with a red can Ailed Ailedwith Madwhh filledIp
with gasolene lene The machine was wa fed fedaad fedand fedand
Ip and things were all ready for the second secondstart ISfOODdatd
4 start startThe atdThe at4rtr
r The sun had sunk behind the big brlok brlokbuildings brlokbuUdiDp brickbuildings
buildings where tho cavalry oa nJry and artillery artillerysoldiers arttJerTIl artillerysoldiers
soldiers Il bunk the air was still and oooL oooLOrvillo oooLOrrille
1 Orville took his seat and Wilbur and andTaylor andTaylor andTaylor
Taylor started the engine by b whirling whirlingtho
the outturnlng propellers around d The Thoengine Thee Theengine
engine started perfectly the four cylin cylinders 07l1ndens cyllndera ¬
dens exploding with perfect rhythm rhythmWilbur rbr1hmWilbur rhythmWilbur
Wilbur hastened to the right piano pianopulling p1anpuUlng planepulling
pulling his hlawatch hi watch from his hi pocket The Thewatch Thetoh Thewatch
watch toh bo held in his hi right hand while he besteadied heatdled hesteadied
steadied the quivering plane with his bisleft blaleft hisIeft
left Orville moved a lever released the thecraft thecraft thecraft
craft and down the monorail it flew It Itwent Itwent Itwent
went to the very end and then thenolr off up into intothe Intotb intothe
the tb air It did not rise ri far from the theground theJtIOund theground
ground at t first but it had plenty plentypf pf of speed speedWright llpeedWright speedWright
Wright moved his hi forward planes and andthe andthe andthe
the machine lifted itself I upward as a much
fin fl ten feet Then again It took a start startand atartand startand
and Orville turned to the left The great greatplanes areatplanea greatplans
planes tilted downward as a the machine machineswerved machinerYed machineswerved
swerved rYed around to the left always climb climbing cUmbIng climbing ¬
ing always speeding until It was half halfa
a hundred feet from the ground and well wellon WellIQ etl etlen
on its way Again the turn wag w made madeand madeand madeand
and there was another tilt and upward upwarddash upwarddaah upwarddaah
daah dashTho daahThe
The air grew 11 cooler and the sun went wentlower wentlower wentlower
lower A hundred feet in the air the thogroat theert thegreat
great white planes caught the th sun at atfirst atrlnt atfirat
first but as time went on and the earth earthrevolved earthrevolved earthrevolved
revolved even ev n the aeroplane despite its itslacreaslng Italacreutnc It It1nrxea1ng
lacreaslng upward trend reaching finally tlnall
150 feet lost the glint of tho sun and andMlled andlUlled andsailed
lUlled on through what soon became becamedusk becamed becamedusk
dusk d ak Thirty times the th aviator circled circledtho circledthe drotedthe
the field He sailed onward rising and andfalling andralllng andfalling
falling rifting and falling to air currents currentsla
la beautiful undulation undulationOrvillo undulationOrville undulationOrville
Orville went ent on and on until people peoplethought peoplethougbthe peoplethought
thought thougbthe be was foolhardy to stay llta up upmuch upmucb upmuch
much longer and risk a landing on a arough arough arough
rough field in an uncertain light lI < ht Some Sometimes 80mtlm Sontim ¬
times tim the machine was almost invisible invisiblefeftafnst InvlllibletJInat inviiibleIgijnaL
feftafnst the dark clouds Finally he de derided d dclded doelded ¬
rided to come down He was a hundred hundredf
I f ft mt from rNmtb the ground 1i1 en his hi II twentyeighth twentyeighthround
I round He H let Ie the machine down to fifty fiftyfart 1myrYt fiftyI
I fart from the earth and then swung swun on ondown ondown onV
V down the field tilting hlfi hi planes a bit bitand bitI bitI
I I and constantly dropping northward He Heflow Hef
I f flow rI w to the south of the th field end came camenorthward ClImenorthward cameI
I northward shortening 1lng his hi circle with withundlmlninhnd withundlmlnlhNl withV
V undlmlninhnd speed Ho U turned sharply sharplyto aharplytothe
tothe to the left IElfttwentyfeeUrom twenty feet from the theJitroundand theJitroundandI ground and andit
I I it seemed lI med that he intended to land as assoon ulIOOn a asoon
soon M be cTftld Id turn around on a straight straightcourse atraIRbtume straightcourno
course ume for the machine m chln must be going goingdirectly goingdirectly olngr
r directly forward to toa a safety tt tending Indlngrer landingearer
Nearer earer rer and nearer ho h flow to the ground groundjaad aroundaad groundsad
sad then swooped suddenly audde IT upward upwardI ss ssU a aV
I U frightened at something fJO g oa earth earthHo eutbIte earthif
Ho if turned once more the shortest turn turnho turnr
Jt r ho hewJlhade has made during these tests andgaln andgalnstraightened aOO aOOtraJptened andagslnstraightened
straightened out his course for a landing
I The time ho cam down d wn at the far I end of ofthofldd aflief c ceZd
thofldd lief where he ocrald oouJdhe scarcely bo eo seen seensabItthgrotnid i iashealttisgrmad
ashealttisgrmad sabItthgrotnidia he tu ClOIIId j jrli
rli ia
Ulan Twice Csodranned to t Die Twice Ki Kirapes E EPftI Eicapes
rapes PftI From Jail JailALLXNTOWN rallALLJafTOWN JailALLZNT0WN
ALLXNTOWN Pa July Jul IB lDTodq Today fo fothe for forthe forthe
the second time Martin Laskowakl under undesentence underaentenoe undersentence
sentence of death for murder escapet escapetfrom escaped escapedfrom escapedfrom
from the Mauoh Chunk jail jailLaakowski Ja11Laakowakl JailLaakowaki
Laakowski who la I 90 years y old one onefeet and andG
G feet 4 Inches Inohoatall tall claims kinship with withtho withtho withthe
tho Austrian nobility Ho Hewn H was formerly formerla fonnerlya
a Captain In the Austrian army Ha cam camhere oine oinehere camehere
here as a remittance man manD Because o ohis or orhla ofhi
his hi knowledge of foreign ways am amlanguages and andlanlrU andlanguages
languages ell and his hi army training be was wasengaged W8encced wiaengaged
engaged by b the Central Railroad of New NewJersey NewJ6tHy NewJersey
Jersey to command a squad of detectives detectiveswho detectivewho
who broke a strike at the Lansford ool oollierles 001lIorI1n ccihones
hones lIorI1n In 1 1004 1004A 904A 04 04A
A woman whom he had courted d told that thaho thathe thatho
ho was a detective and after ho h hat hatthrashed badtbraahed hadthrashed
thrashed half the strikers trlk ra ho killed her In Infit a afit afit
fit of anger RioU RIo had been frequent frequentand
and Laakowski as a a queller of disorder dlsordohad dlaorderbad disorderhad
had won respect For or killing the woman womanho womanhe womanhe
he put up a plea pI of selfdefence Ho Homight Belmlcht Homight
might haw been acquitted but for f the f tact factthat so sothat
that she was the th mother of his hi unborn unbornchild unbornehlldandhewu unbornohlldandbe
child ehlldandhewu and ho was accused of double mur murder murder mmder ¬
der derAfter
After the conviction In IMS II05wblle while he howas heWU heWa
was awaiting the th day da to be sot for his hisdeath hisdth hi hideath
death ho engaged the daughter of Sheriff SheriffRothermol SherllrRothermel SheriffEotherrnel
Rothermol rn conversation Reaching Reachingthrough Reaehlnctbrouch Reachingthroigh
through the cell wicket ho h grabbed her herby herb herby
by b the neck and choked her until uncon unconscious U unoonscion OODeoIous ¬
scion with one band With the other ho hoseised beaelaed hoseined
seined her h keys unlocked all doors doOl1llUld doOl1llUldeeoapeeL and andescaped andList
escaped escapedLast eeoapeeLLut
Last whiter word came bet that Las Laskowakl Lukowakl LakOwaki
kowakl was Wa in Butts Mont Ho hacmaltreated had hadmaI badmaltroated
maltreated maI eted hia hi wife whom ho h bad married marriedsince marriedlnoo marriedsince
since ala escape esoapoShe escapeShe pe pe8be
She know of his troubles here and in inrevenge IntUOD inrevenge
revenge told on onhim him Rothermol to show showhe aho ahobe showho
he was not in collusion to let the th murderer murdererescape murdererescapeapent murdererescape
escape escapeapent spent S3000 to bring him back backThe backTh badThe
The Supremo Court of Pennsylvania lut lutmonth lutmonth laitmonth
month confirmed the conviction of three threeyears threeyear
years ago go and the hanging was set for fornext rornext fornext
next month by Oov 00 Stuart This morn morning mornIne morntag ¬
tag Laskowskie La owakle again aplnWU was gone Ho had hadsomehow hadsomehow badsomehow
somehow got hold of a saw w with which whichlast whichwt whichIaat
last night n t he out the bars of his cell win window window window ¬
dow With the aid of a rope made of ofla ofhta ofblacot
hta blacot > la cot blanket he got Into the jail yard yardthirtyfive yardtblrty yardthirtyflve
thirtyfive tblrty feet below Ho H thoa thwed sawed off offthe elfthe offthe
the gate look to freedom So far he baa haseluded baaeluded baaeluded
eluded ill 11 efforts elf ON to recapture him himDFmOCKiT3 blmDKJlOCRIT himDEMOCRtTS
Coagrrtdeaal Ce Committee C Enthusiastic EnUuwlaitloOver
Over the PrespectCnoosa fifteen fifteenWABHXXOTOX Oeen OeenWUltUNOTON Ieen IeenWsannovor
WABHXXOTOX July Jul IB 10At At a meeting meetingof
of the Democratic Congressional com committee committee cornniittee ¬
mittee held here tonight enthusiasm enthusiasmover
over the future ran rampant and nd the hope hopowas bopoWall hopeWAR
was expressed that the present minority
In tho th Houee H Hou would be converted Into the themajority themajoritY themajor1t
majority In the next Congress Con nM The Thecommittee Thecommittee Thecommittee
committee met primarily to elect officers officersto
to direct the next campaign This did didnot didBot didnot
not take long as a slate had beanagreed beanagreedon b rMd rMdon
on In advanoe and most of the time wa wadevoted wacdevoted a adevoted
devoted to a discussion of the h partys partysrosy pan7In panysrosy
rosy prospects In the next Congress Co T TRepresentative elec election eleoOCII elactiona ¬
tion OCII T
tionaRepresentative OCIIJteplell Representative Jteplell ntsU Lloyd of Missouri was wasof WASMJQ wasctLjojtjoesdhhnalf
ctLjojtjoesdhhnalf ctLjojtjoesdhhnalfat MJQ Jlldhtmalr nian nianf
of f the theO committee Other officers were werenamed werenamed werenamed
named as follows tollo First vicochalrmiui vicochalrmiuiRepresentative vlcechalrmlllIRepreaentatlve vicecharrnauiRepresentative
Representative Flnney Finne of South Carolina Carolinaoond Caro1lnaII Carolinasecond
II second oond vicechairman Representative RepresentativePalmer
Palmer of Pennsylvania secretary Rep Representative Heplel Repreaentatlve ¬
resentative lel Dixon of Indiana A resolu resoluion reaolution resoltiIon
ion was passed authorizing the th chairman chairmanto
to name a treasurer and nd an assistant assistantsecretary assistantsecretary ial4nt ial4ntaearetary
secretary secretaryIV aearetaryJVOO8 secretaryvixE
Eighteen Years Ago He Dropped From FromSight From8Isbt From8ighI
Sight for Fire Yean YeanKXNOSHA YearZKN0Sa ean eanEDoau
KXNOSHA Wis July Jul IB 101udp Judge Joseph JosephR
R Clarkson known as an author lecturer lecturerand lecturerand lecturerand
and jurist has been missing m1a since lastWedneeday last lastWednesday lastWednesday
Wednesday night but It was only ortlto ortltonight to tonight tonIght ¬
night that the members of his family familynd famlt famltand familyand
and his business bualn ea associates told of his hisiisappearanoe Idisappearance a adisappearance
disappearance disappearanceThe
The disappearance is of greatest In Interest Intorest Intoreet ¬
terest as it recalls his strange drop from fromIght tromslgbt fromsight
sight at Omaha eighteen years ago agoAt qoAt agoAt
At that time Clarkson was w supposed supposedto uppo ed edto
to have been drowned His clothing clothingwas
was found en the bank of ofa a small lake lakenear lakeDear lakenear
near Omaha where be bad been widely widelymown widelyknOW1l widelyknown
known mown as a District Judge and nd a poll pollcian polltlclart politician
cian tlclartThe ticianThe cianThe
The Judge cain to himself while work workIng working worklag
Ing as a laborer In a lumber lumberrd yard at Clin Clinton Clinton Chinton ¬
ton la 1 five years later and at once onooreturned onOCtreturned oncereturned
returned to Omaha and resumed his hispractice l11ap hispractioe
practice p oo of law lawDERAILS lawtUTO law4fJTO
Hood of f the Hacalao Smarted but No Nobody N Nbody Nebody ¬
body Hart HartA
A touring arMld car said to belong to James JamesMagulrs JamesC JamsC
C Magulrs of the lb James C Maguire Maguireengineering lfaaulreKnlneerine MagutreEngineering
engineering Company 60 Church street streetManhattan atreetManhattan streetManhattan
Manhattan ran Into a Hushing usbln trolley trolleycar
car last night at the North Hempstead Hempsteadurnptke Hempsteadturnplke Hempeteadturnpike
turnpike crossing and knocked the trolley trolleycar
car from the tracks tracksThe trackThe I
The car was In charge of Motorman MotormanTyler MotoninanTyler I
Tyler and bad stopped in front of the thoomo thehomo I Ibomo
homo omo of Sylvester Fogartyon Foeart on the turn turnlike turnpike turnpike
pike like There is I a thick cluster of trees at atits atthia atthis
this its point and tho th party part in the automobile
did not see the car as It It started out from
behind the th trees It had just reached the themiddle th thmiddle themiddle
middle of the turnpike when the auto autosmashed autoamaebed autosmashed
smashed into it itThe itThe itThe
The car was knocked from the track trackut
but ut no one was wa hurt The hood of the theautomobile theautomobile theautomobile
automobile was smashed In but no one onea
In a the automobile was Injured In urecl The Theutomobile Theautomobile Theautomobile
automobile was towed away by another anotherutomoblle ailothorautomobile anotherautomobile
automobile sent Il from Flushing FlushingROUTTt fluahingSouTli I ISOVln
Httarper Lookont L olumt at t This Port for the thePawned IbePawnfd thePawned
Pawned Jewrtry of the Oats OatsAccording 8atAooordtnlrto OntAccording
According to a story that came out at atthe t ttbe
be Custom House yesterday the sleuths sleuthsf
of f Collector Loeb tye ave e been ordered to toxamine toexamine toexamine
examine carefully the baggage of voy voyagers varaeen vyagers ¬
agers from South American and Mexican Mexicanports Mezionports
ports who may be coming here with the thoowelry
Jewelry pawned pawn d by revolutionists It la laeald Iaeald issaid
eald by some South and nd Central American Americanrevolutionary Americanreolurionary Americanrevolutlonaz7
revolutionary experts that the men who whomake whomake
make their pile after a time in office officerefer omoeprefer
prefer refer to invest a large part of their win winnings winnings ¬
nings in necklaces rings brooches broocheswatches broooheswateb broocheswatches
watches and bracelets against the time
when some other patriots put them out
When m revolutionist is hard up and cant cantet cansget
get et t away from his country he takes his hisewelry hi hiewelIY
jewelry to the pawnshop The pnwn pnwnnokers Iwnoke
brokers l sell It to speculators who bring
it t to the United States Ono On of those thosePeculators tbeaOapeoulatora thosespeculatceL
Peculators L A Wilkinson WII was wawhen caught caughtwhoa caughtwhea
whoa the steamshoip Colon CoImarrle arrived hers oa oauly7andgav
lul uly7andgav 7 and p upi080totho up I109EIto i0OOto the Inspectors Inspectorswho
who searched bun
111 villa Gtbteete blests blests5a
Sale 5a of bopwon and cS ulrll InahtbI UchU > UK UKM used
AI annn = Isbel5 M feT aiTmirpaMeir 511 pQrpceS Good Goodaar
MBmntr uTJOUIJ4t aar 4nIrath34Ib > ttMt very ryJmDrlm IowDlf
Kon xn r ABmtt slUtO V Lao aeiiW 8 TeHani Worth
n4MnrEBSYl1LE 114 citvnen citvnen8be
8be Was a Volunteer Painter sad Was Yfaitn WaWorkla WasWorking
Working tn tier Father Spare spreovero spreoveroallaDmaefd SpsreOerailsDamaged Orer Orera
allaDmaefd a llaadaad efrrm efrrmrIt eirrrda
a Wrist rIt Artery bat Win Remoter RemoterThe RCto RCtoThe MCtoeThe
The Roman Cathollo Church of St StMontfort 8tMontfort StMontfort
Montfort situated is In Rmblervllle In Irmany Inman Inmany
many man respects the moat picturesque plcturesquipart plctureaqupart
part of Greater New York A AtIdaI tidal creek creekknown creekknown creekknown
known aa Hawtree Creek crinkles back baclInto backInto backInto
Into the salt meadow bordering Jamaica JamaicaBay JamaicaBay JamaicaBay
Bay on the north and extending along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the bend for a mile or BO on each bank banVla
la a row of small structures on spiles spilesTheir sp spilesTheir ee eeTheir
Their front frontdoon doors open on plastas at t th thedgtt the theedge theedge
edge of or overhanging the creek The Theback Theback Theback
back doors open on the sidewalk whlcb whlcbare whlcbare
are also on spiles These two rows ol olbuildings otbuilding ofbuildings
buildings constitute the most of RAmble lUmblcnville RAmbleTille RamblersrUle
rUle They are occupied in the summer aummeimostly lIummermoatly summermostly
mostly aa the th headquarters of fishing fUhlnflclubs ftahlnloluba fishingclub
clubs There is a a small population that thairemains thatremalnathrouchouL thatremains
remains remalnathrouchouL throughout the year yearIt
It la 1 about half haltn an hours ride by electric electrictrain electrlotrain electrictrain
train from Raxablersvllle to the Flatbusti Flatbustiavenue Flatbushavenue atbusbaveau
avenue station of the Long Island Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road Passengers from the for side of olthe ofthe ofthe
the creek oroea crc to the station on a frail fraillift fraillift rall11ft
lift footbridge which Is 1 raised with line lineand Ihtelland lineand
and pulleys for fishing craft with mute muteto
to pass At high water the residents residentsof
of Ramblersrillo Ran h1eraUlo can dive from their theirplazsoa theirpla theirpiauaa
plazsoa pla Into ten or twelve feet of brine brineAt brineAt brineAt
At times when the th tide off Is excep exceptionally eroeptlonall7 exoeptionafly ¬
tionally low the Rarablorsville folks can candip candip candip
dip up a glass of sparkling fresh water waterfrom waterfrom waterfrom
from the creek that looks good enough enoughto
to drink but they dont drink It A Apost Apoet Apost
post office a few small stores and a hotel hotelare hotelare hotelare
are some of the year around Institution Institutionof
of RambleraviUe besides a the Church of ofSt ofSt ciSt
St Montfort MontfortRlnanor MontfortRlNnor MontfortEleanor
Eleanor Vonderlinnwhohad Vonderllnn who had volunteered volunteeredwith
with the theWom women n members of the church to tohelp tohelp tohelp
help paint the little structure which hloh has hasJust ba bajuat hasjust
Just been erected there fell about twenty twentyfive twent twentfive twentyfly
five fly feet from the roof yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and broke three fingers on her left lefthand lelthand lefthand
hand and severed IMIY IId an artery in hor wrist wristShe wrlel81Ie wristShe
She Is I one of the daughters of Frank FrankVonderllnn Franonderllnn FrankYonderlinu
Vonderllnn of 178 Penn street Brooklyn Brooklynwho
who has h been in the Brooklyn Fire Depart Department T epartment flepartmeat ¬
ment for twentyflve years and is I engi engineer enlrfnMr englneer ¬
neer of the steamer of Engine Company
148 in Church avenue near Bedford street streetThe streetThe treetThe
The Vouderllnns VOQd lInns have a summer home homeat hornat
at Ramblersrille RamblersrilleUntil RamblersnUntil
Until recently rt there has been b no Cathollo Cathollochurch Ctolo Ctolocu CathohIochurch
church cu In the place although atough the te popula population populstio poputathou ¬
thou tio of summer ler communicants communict has b been beeniarge b beenlarge
large 1 Late l in the spring arlng the Her Ue Father FatherJastex Fater FaterC FatherCaatozpaatcr
C Caatozpaatcr Jastex J pastor pr of the Gate of Heaven HeavenZhurcb HnChu HeavenChurch
Church Chu at Ozone 0 Park took tk up a sub subscription aub subscnipUcn ¬
scription apo to t build buid a chapel cpl at t Ramblers RambleraviUe Rbler Ramblersvile ¬
vile n1 and a collected coll about abt S70 110 flO The Thechureh Te Tecut Thechuteh
chureh cut WM w scarcely l constructed and ad not nota notd
a drop d of opnt paint bad h touched touoe It I when whenall whenalt be
all aJt the atoas m sy J wasuaed and atheOre the congre congregation ooagregaflon ¬ i
gation was wusnghtT slightly in debt debtFather dobtFaer debtFather
Father Faer Castex Cex then appealed appe for funds fundsto fund
to paint pint the church curcb and when no mono monowas money monoyW moneywas
was W forthcoming forcming he called cled for volunteer volunteerpainters VOIUD voiunteczpainters J
painters pintrs The To men of the congregation congregationare cn ealon
are not numerous and the te few fe are busy busyevery buyever busyevery
every ever day dy so the te women wome agreed agre to do the tnoMinting thepintig tbepainting
Minting pintig themselves themslll Up to t yesterday yesterdaytliss yetry
tliss 11 Vonderlinn ondelln and her sister Lucia Luci had hoddone h haddone
done a great gt part prt of the work workYesterday workYeatery workYesterday
Yesterday Yeatery afternoon atrnoon Lucia Luc stood lt on onthe onth onthe
the th ridge rldgt of the t slanting slantne roof roottlUC filling the theseams them theOATn
seams m in the cross C with shellac ehlla and was wasabout Wallabout wasabout
about to give it the th first flt pont of paint paintreparatory pnt pntpreptor paintpreparatory
reparatory preptor > to t gilding allng it Eleanor E or had hader h hadher
hrlet her > er feet on the t rungs rng of a ladder laddrnmnne laddrnmnnetroi iaddriunulng iaddriunulngfrom running runningrom
troi from rom the tle ridge rdg to the th eaves eaV and was waaraiding wa washolding
holding the th paint pint cans c for torhrr her sister sisterEach altr altrE aisterEach
E Each girl rl was supplied lIuppled with wit a pair par of ofiveralls orovralla ofoveralls
overalls ovralla loaned loand by their father Eleanor Eleanoreaned Eleor Eleanorleaned
leaned 1 over too far at one on stage of the thowork thGwor thework
I Iher
wor work and the ladder slipped alppd from under underler underher
her ler
She gave a scream Irm as a she rolled rone down downhe d01 downthe
the roof to t the eaves Mve and tried trir to grabomethlng grabsomething grab rbeethlnJ
something eethlnJ to save her from falling flllnl but butn butIn butIn
In n her excitement excieent she sb held on to the theshellac thelelt theshellac
lelt shellac c can and was Wa so e badly bl handicapped handicappedthat hndlopp
tt that she dropped dropp to the ground Lucia Luciawho Lca Lcawho Luciawho
who had reached rhe for to her ulster ater when she sheaw abeeaw i iIW
aw IW her hlr going down dow but bt had bd bu brely barely rely missed missedler mll rnssodberahld
horalid ler slid to the edge ege of the roof and see seeng seelag I
lag ng Eleanor lying en C the ground appar apparotly SppOI apparently
otly entl helpless he1ple ahe he didnt bother bther j using ing the theadder thelder theladder
adder lder but bt jumped Jump down the twenty tWnty fee feeto te fecto
to where her sister aeter lay ly I
During Dring this time tme Mrs Francos FnO Green Greennd Orn Ornnd Greenand
and nd Mrs Mr James Jae Nolan had ba been b varnish vnmlshng varlsh varlshIng varnishing
Ing ng the interior Intrlor of the church chur They Theyran Ty Tyrn
ran rn out when they the saw Eleanor El8or fall fallJid til falland I Id
and d ono of them summoned lIummone William Williamuniol Wilam WilamDaniels WilliamDaniels
Daniels > uniol a member membr of the volunteer voluntr life lifesavin lifeMvlng lifesaving
savin saving corps cor of Ramblorsville RmblOlvle He lit found foundhat foundthat foundthat
that the sharp ahr edge oge of the shellac ebell can cantad c nanhad
tad h severed an artery In Eleanors Elenors wrist wristLnd wristand
aer arry wst wstad
and ad making a tourniquet turiquet out of his hi hi hand handtorchlef hdI hdIkerblet handkerchief
kerchief kerblet he bound bnd up the girls alrl wound woundand wo woundand
and carried cared her to the Vonderllnn Vonderlnn cottage cottageWord cott cottaeWord
Word was sent lnt to Dr F DOrbesson DOrbessont DOrbl
at t Ozone Ono Park and he hurried hure out to tolamblersville toRamblemle toRainblenvllle
lamblersville Ramblemle and ad took three thr Atltchea Atltchean Itte
In n the girls girls wrist She was wa resting restingcomfortably rtn restingcomfortably
comfortably last night nightFORCEn nightFORCED nightFORCED
City at CityteTret to TNt the theLaw Law Rxeptns Exeniptlngcburthes ExeniptlngcburthesFrom exempting Churches ChurchesFrom thurd
From Fro Water Watrr Hens HmuSupreme RmtaBupre HensSupreme
Supreme Bupre Court Cour Justice Juatc Blanchard BlAncr baa baagranted b be begranted
granted ct a I writ wrt of mandamus mdmu to compel compelthe em l lth
the th Comptroller Cptrler to discharge disarge a lien len for forwater torwar forwater
water war rents rntthat that was filed fl8agalnt against the theproperty te teppery theproperty
property of the West FortyfourtffStreeb FortyfourtffStreebUnited
t Yortyfourtl tn
United ppery Presbyterian Prbyteri Church Curch In 18T7 18T7The 1me 1877The
The e application was w made me in behalf blt of ofthe ofteQu ofthe
the teQu church by b State ltt Senator Snator Robert Rb F FWagner FWaer FWagner
Wagner Waer Under uder the thl law of 1007 101 which whichprovided whlc whichprovided
provided pvid that thereafter Iher r religious relcloul con corporations cr conponsUons ¬
porations ptons were exempted esemp from rro paying payingwater pyIn payingwater
water watr rents rta for the property ppry us used d excla exclaalvely esclaavei exolaaively
alvely avei for religious relgious purposes pr and also pro provided p provided ¬
vided vl that tat any ay existing eslatng Hens lens filed fled previ previously prel prelou previotisly ¬
ously ou be b discharged dischargedIk dcarge
Ik The Corporation Corra lo Counsel Cunl held that tho tholaw tbl th thlaw
law was w not oUtton constitutional In t that water watertaxoa watr watrtaxe watertaxes
taxes taxe differ dlrer from taxes t0 Imposeci Imp to defray defraythe defrythe
the expenses esp of city ct government 10erment and andthat andthat nd ndthat
that the th city olt cannot cnnot be compelled oople to give glvowater Rlvwater givewater
water which costs ota It money to any ay cor corporation 0 oo ooporatlon ¬
poration poraton or ot person prn for nothingJustice nothingJustice nothing nothingJustice
Justice Blanchard Blacr said that ho believed believedthe
the tb law was unconstitutional unoonstltutionlbt but bleve could couldonly oouldo couldonly
only o grant gt the motion moton aa the law stands standsThe atd standsTb
The T Tb city ot will 11 appeal appl the case C to t test ta the thaconstitutionality tbeconaUutioUty theconstitutionality
constitutionality conaUutioUty It was wa said Id that many m
thousand thoac of dollars dolln worth of liens 16 Toe torwater to Toewater
water wter taxes te on church curh property Is laT laTrolved 1 1ToTed In Involvedintbecase
rolved ToTed volvedintbecase volvedintbecaseA in the case caseA c cA ppy
A A flCMMKTB IVBE APHETIZKB 117E4 A Uatpooaful Uu ef e
Bpnfpnre rorstoM AckfPhueBluta Ae Add PfluSDba I In a rtuiaorwaier gums of wajer fl
etlmalales uIIN appetite a he and qneoeHei Qued Aunt tblrst4 tblrst4V K n f
FE Flunnnl1NTINGTON FtRDhi < innn nvNTixaroN WILL air DIELittle lr lrLtte
Ltte Little 14 1 tie Hope lope Held ld Oat 0u1for utrore for the Recover RecoverNAHANT Reeonrvi Recoveryof
vi arioo f G t1urt8 irt ir irNAKAMT toF toFNAHANT
NAHANT Mass MJuly July 10 1LToaIgg Tonight th threports the therpone thereports
reports rpone from tho home of 10Tonat Royal Ir Bobbins Bobbinswhere Robb Robbiniwhere
where whe the Rev Rv William WUl R n Huntington HiintlngtoaD Buntlnto
D D rector rtor of Grace Grce Church Chur New York YorkIs
Is 1 ill is that the clergyman olorQ Is I not 1t quit quitaa qute quteaswelaa quiteaawehi
aa aswelaa aawehi well as on Saturday Btra70RuYlUld or Bunday Hundayand and that thathere tt ttthor thatthere
there thor seems el to t be slight ajgk chance oho for his hi hi rs rsoovery r roovr nooovel7
oovery oovr It I Is lnocboupt Isnot not thought that thatDr Dr Hunt HuntIngton HuntIngto Hunttngton
Ington Ingto will wl die for several days d but bt It hi hinot tanot Isnot
not expected expecte that tt he will wi get well wel Ths Thsreport Te Th ThrepOrt I
report port of his hi physician phyacn reads readsOr readsDr
Dr Huntington Is very Vlrout seriously ill illThere I 111There I
There Ther has b been bn no special change but b bis he I
pl ce
is I 1 gradually Rrdull growing weaker weker There Tere ii iivery i isvery
alight chance for torbls his
very 0 aibt cc recovery recoverySignificant rovr recoverySignificant
Significant Sl t of the seriousness aerloua of ofb hi hicondition his hisoonditlon
condition odton is I the fact tat that tt his other daugh daughtor dauhter
tor or Miss MI Margaret MKaret who bo recently rt salo salofor saIedfor Ho <
for Europe Eur ties b been called to by b cable oble and andIa an anIs <
Is i on o the way wa home Since 81no her h mothers mothersdeath motler1 motler1det mothersdeath
death det a few years y ago Mlns H Huntington Huntingtonhas HutlDton HutlDtonh
has h been bn her bel fathers constant oonatnt companion companionMrs oo lon lonM
Mrs M Bobbin Rbbl before befor her marriage marle ws wsMiss wu wuHs wasMiss
Miss Hs Theresa Tlr Huntington HuntingtonMltS Huntin HuntinMnS
Wife of a New Nrw Vsrker Yortlr Plays Brfsre ore Dl Dlcirce 0 Dioree >
n circe reSrrkelt SeekerS at Rrno RrnoRENO RfO RfOREO nrnoRazo
RENO REO Net NeT July JulyITh 10 iLThe The opera opra operahere house househere oua
here tonight tnih was crowded cde to t witness wltM aperformsnoe a aperformance
performance prforee of Under Uner Two To Flogs F bhome by byhome b bhome
home talent The announcement auDet that thatmembers tt ttmemberor thatinembersof
members of the divorce colony would ¬
memberor dlor clony old par participate par partiolpate
ticipate tcipate lent letltrt letltrtOcupying Interest InterestOccupying interestOccupying
Occupying Ocupying boxes b8 to witness wltel the Le work workof
of their fellow telow seekers ken for freedom from were wereobserved we weobr wereobserved
observed obr Mrs M Mr Frances Fc Spies Kip Mrs MrsC Mr MrC a aC
C Dillon Dion wife of Max Ma Dillon Dion the acrobat acrobatMrs acbt acbtMn acrobatMrs
Mrs Ellhu Elhq B Frost wife of the president presidentof
of tho Holland Holand Submarine Subme Company CompanyMrs CompT
Mrs Mn Daniel Daiel Frohroan Frohma Dgat Margaret Illlng Illlngton tln hungton I Iton
ton Mrs H 1 B Tyler daughter daubt of the theBrigadlerOeneral te terlgadlerolorl ta tahirigadierGoneral
BrigadlerOeneral and wife of Col Tyler TylerMrs 110r TylerMra
Mrs 11 Luclon Lucle C C 8hellaprger Shelt pgellc and Mrs MrsEliubeth MI MrEtimbeth I
Eliubeth FIZbeth Howell Rowln Stoddart StoddartThe Rtodr
The rolo rle rob was assumed lumed by Mrs Keith KeitlDonaldson Kt KeithDonaldson I
Donaldson Dadn formerly fonerly Miss I Hunter Huter of ofMemphis ofMemphis i
Memphis Mempis wife of a a New Yorker Yorernd and niece nleooof n I Iot
of Dick Hur ter tr of Newport NewportOX lewpor lewporADVINISTKRTNO 2ewportAIMINISTERING
some ome Folks Fokalf In The re Brsax B Think Tk He CsaU CsaUBe C1 CkldHe
Be B Beaten Drlc for fol Reelection HeeleetlMA Redril
A report rprt drifted dtte down to the theOty City Hall Hallyesterday Bl Blyeetrday Ballyesterday
yesterday yeetrday from lrm The Te Bronx Brontbt that if I Presi President P President ¬
dent Haffen lIen should aboul be b removed by b Oov OovHughes OoyBUlb OovHughes
Hughes he would not be reelected r by b the theAldermen thoAdern theAldermen
Aldermen Adern of his hs borough This Tla rumor rumorwhich rmr rmrwhcblt nimorwhich
which whcblt it may be b said ad Incidentally IndetI cams camsfrom ce cefrom camefrom
from a Republican RpubUc leader lee of The Te Bronx Bronxwas Bn Bronxwas
was wa that tat the Tammany Ta leaders I of 0 the theborough te teboroucb theborough
borough had banded bnded together tp to toa get rid ricof ridot ridof
of Haffen II and ad that they intended Intco to direct directtheir drt drtteir directtheir
their teir Aldermen Aldeen to vote ot for lo the t eleatJon eleatJonof eo eoot
of Alderman Jder Arthur ArthurB H Murphy Muhy of the theThlrtyelghthdistrict t theThirtyeighth
Thlrtyelghthdistrict Tlrtyelghtclatrlc Thirtyeighth aistrict The Temaa man msnwho whopv who gave gaveout gaveout
out the story Itor said ad that tt for to the last lt two or 01throe ortr7e orthree
throe tr7e years the Tammany Tal leaders le had hadbeen badb hadbeen
been b at a odds od with Haffen llm because bu hs b had hadgiven h hadgiven
given ilonou out preferments ptrent pref rment and contract ooatrsotswithout oot contractwithout
without w1b t regard re to them or to the Jal Jalo Interests Interestsof Ilteseitof
of o their t rdac district diMrlctargudsaIon pt organisaUow sad for forthe forthe 6
the benefit nelt of a soaJl rlo aitgrcup group of fbqa fbqafr his owa owafriends wntriThdaMtirpbyJrned
friends fr triThdaMtirpbyJrned Blll Murpay rntMki CP to th1 haveapro Jye iprIee iprIeeof ls lsof
of tha th thevosof Votes of nv fore flveofthe of Uie eight eght Aldermen Aldermenof Alde p
of The Te Bronx roD Murphy owns two twoloon sa saloons asloon ¬
loons loon and Id spends apnd money mOM freely fr in primary primaryand primr
and ad election eletion times tlm Haffen laen however howeverhas howsve
has ha beca b bee beaten bMtn la advance ad vance several e times timesalready timeaalray timealready
already alray only to come out best bt st t the thepinch tbepinc thepinch
pinch pinchIWVSE pinc pinc1lWSE pinchIIOSE
UMrltt UItrc of Colorants Colh Citizen nUrm rears Ven That ThatTtiry ThatTIry t tf
Ttiry f WIM m Run R mill millWianiNOTON md mdWBnIOH WildWAnncaroN
WianiNOTON WBnIOH July u IB 10The The House Bou was wasin WI wasIn
in a merry m r mood during due a part prt of oftoys oftoysOlon today todayssession todaysession
session Olon the risibilities rlelblte of members mombra being beingnrouaed blnE blnEnroue beingaroused
aroused nroue by b a discussion dluMlon of tomcats tcata and andothor andothlr andothar
othor othlr cats catsTomcats ctl catsTomcat
Tomcats Toct became me the subject luhjt of de debate d dbt dbate ¬
bate bt as al a result raul of a letter lettr read r at a tho thoclerks thoclerka thoclerks
clerks desk at the request of Represent Representative Rpnta Rpntatvo ¬
tire tvo Smith Smih of Michigan The letter lottI was wasfrom WO wasfrom
from a a citizen citzen of the District Dlatrc of Columbia ColumbiaIt Columbl
It I said MId that under a ruling rlne of the city cityfathers cltTtatre cityfathers
fathers tatre cats ct could cld no longer bo b placed place In Inthe Inthe inthe
the local lo pound p as there was no appropria appropriation ppropr ¬
tion available anllbl for the th purpose pr The Te letter letterwent letterwent letterwent
went on to say that as a a result cats ct would wouldrun wouldrn wouldrun
run rn wild wid carrying crlnE disease dle and generally generallymaking genemlT genemlTmaing generallymaking
making maing themselves tl objectionable objectionableWhat objetonble objetonbleat
What at kfnd of cats oatal are referred rfel to toshouted toaboted toshouted
shouted aboted one member memberTomcats memb >
Tomcats Tomoot of course cou replied rele another anotherThereupon aot anotherThereupon htr htrTherupon
Thereupon Therupon Representative ReprtaUv Mann Mn made madethe madetbe madethe
the suggestion auggeton that tht the House Ho office olo build building bull buildlag ¬
lag In was with oats and he
< overrun overn wih an sus susgested au auggeetM >
gested gsttt that an appropriation pproprton be b made mae to toprovide toprovide toprovide
tion tionTho provide for their care cre feed fe and a protec protection prot protection ¬
The House HoU passed pl an omnibus onibus bridge bridgebill bridlebi bridgebill
bill bi authorizing autori lne the construction ooltcon of ofbridges orbridgl1n ofbnidgeihin
bridges bridgl1n ln various valoul parts pm of the country countryIMIfl cuU cuUU countryUXTLDIFWf
U UXTLDIFWf TlmVI R DUO IMIflLawyer DOl UfFJ UfFJLwr tisis tisisLawyrr
Lawyer Lwr Dan nT flu Tmtr Twenty f of f Them for Ills IllsftiBene l Hisnseeo
ftiBene oa wsrth wr of f canine canineYoNKxas fatne CaniseLYoriusu
YoNKxas yON July IB 15Samuel Samuel Untermyer Untermyertoday Unteryertoprur Untermyertoday
today toprur procured twenty twent dog licenses licensesWhen lona licensesWhen
When Wr the police polo began bp their recent rot cam campaign Mmplcto oemPLIVL ¬
paign plcto to corn oompl compel pel the owner ownki of all a dogs do to topay f topay
pay py the te license 10 fee te the ow Untermyer Unteryr kennels kennelsattracted knel kennelsattracted
attracted attr no little ltte attention ttton Mr lint Unterrayer Unt lintrayer
rayer contended coten thaj tha It wan Wal not fair to toask touk toask
ask him to pay for licenses 1cen for some se of the thedogs thedop thedogs
dogs which would be b sold within witin a few fewweeks f fwks fewweeks
weeks wks or o killed kied If they failed ral fall d to como up upto upt uptnthe
to t tnthe the standard t rd set at b by himself himsl and the thematter th thmatter thematter
matter was wasreferred referred rlorred to t Corporation Corrtion Coun Counsel Cn Cnll Couneel ¬
eel ll Otis OtisAfter OtisAter OtisAfter
After Ater several Ive 1 conferences conerenos It It was Wi agreed agreedto og
to allow Mr to for
Alow Untermyer pay pr as asmany I asmany
many manydols dogs as a were on the place pl on onl7 onl7cne any anyono anyon
ono on day and he said Id ha b would pay 20 20Thero o oThere
cy a py pyTheM
TheM ore a about abut 133000 150 worth worb of dogs in intho Into Inthe
the to Untermyer Untryr kennels kennelsWANTED kennel kennelW kennelsWtNTED
Man VthoSayi heSe Hes lIe From Fr VrOeNew New NewYorn York YorkThcd YorkThcdto Tried Triedto
to hl nCi aH Vtiitat t wp iH tivrar tivrarCuicino ifi f fCHICAGO tCHloAno
CHICAGO July Jul IB 10orka Clerks and patrons patronsin
in the te office oloo of otBeU Bartlett Patton Patn 0 Co Cowere CoWer Cowere
were Wer alarmed ala today ty when wh a man m at attempted attempted t ¬
tempted tmptd to t force tor his bil way w Into the t the private privateotnoo PriTateomce privateomoe
otnoo of ofJae ofJazne James A A PatUra Patt and a threatened threatenedhis ttned ttnedhla
his life lie The man was dragged dnl from fromthe f fromthe
tb the office omc by b tho police policeWhen poloe poloeWen policeWhon
When Wen taken te to t the Harrison JIailn street streetstation streetstation trt trtettion
station by PoHoetnnn PO Mooney the
ettion ltUl Moony man mangavo mansave mangave
save his name ne ss W M Bolvin DIlnand and said Id saidhis
11 bu homo is lain In No N Ner York In his pocket pocketwas
w was fcund a Sherman Shrman House Hou room r pet petw key ke
At the Sherman 8boranluae House it was said that
Wayne M Belvia had been ed stopping stoppingat t
Wal Bvi bn aPlnc aPlncat
at the t hotel hotJ since lo July Ju 17 1 but bt that Ut whoa w wbe
bo b registered h he did da aat ot indicate ladcte his hisplace hisplace
na a hs hspl
pl place of resldom resldomSET realdessoenxIoNrw
o r r11Na
Leave rv Ls West We M ft tN lOutl J iA ATllJOPit A W3iO1f4 I
lou stK at tsn Si ths asss = ot testrcava tC 3 es
fojrtfclf tq trio 0 U orM Ul 4M Onto Viocfn
b I
K Y ASMS ta froo r M rUfarc tiI fttiY 1IVt levsvH I kourijr
V < IV
o 0 0ZHO
O4fl Iff P oH 70 FEET 1TO OF WATER WATERPlghti rTf rTfJSt FATRiigts
Plghti JSt III Ila Wax Oat I Rwlms wllt With 1mh a Dhv Dhvlocated DI DIlett Dlilecsttd
lett located MenUst 8 to t tne terlcl PHlag and I Irailed II IIUe isrelied
railed Ue to t faad 455d After tils UI fti Fellow FellowrorkersHavoGtrealIlmtJpforp FellowtOrkersHsvp U UrCUay
tOrkersHsvp rorkersHavoGtrealIlmtJpforp rCUay QIVI Gives ilm VI Cii for r Ptd PtdA Dead DeadA d dA
A locomotive looomotve and Id six ls wnpty cpt coal ca can canJumped oa oarsjumped
Jumped Jup the switch switoht wlc < t tho thebae Ibeibase I base of a ooa ooama c coal coalrun
ma r Incline IDUne In tho Eastern Etern District Dtriot lstrlct Term Termaat Tm Terndmat
mat Companys ClpY yards ya in 1 WUliamsburg WUliamsburglast Wlbura Wlbura1t
last 1t night ndt and an with wU the engineer encnr in hi hicab h his hiscab
cab o shot at over oTk the theee edge of ofte the slip Into Intothe bUthe latethe
the East Et River 1T dragging drsns three thro oars after afteIt ater aterIt afterit
It The Te engineer eqne was taken lke out ot of the thawater te tewater thewater
water in a somloonsoloUs eml o condition conditionThs tlon tlonTe
The Te Terminal Terin Companys Crpay yards ya extent extentfrom ntendfrom extendfrom
from North Third Thir street reet to North Norb Main Mainstreet Mainstreet n ntrt
street trt along aon the waterfront wateronta and at th thfoot te tefoot the thefoot
foot of otNoh North Main Man street atrt are a the te yank yankof y
of the th Scranton Br and Id Lehigh Llh Coal 0 Com Compony Cm Cmpy Cornpany
pony py About Abt twenty tei7 feet fet from fro the land landIng Id Idnlr landtug
tug nlr place plce where the th coal ea barges b are arebrought a arebrought
brought brlb into In tho slip slp a abort stretch ttc of ofrising ofren ofnistn
rising ren nistn track trk leads ledto to the te coal 0 run rntwety rntwetyt twenty tweatyfeet twentyfe
feet fe t above ave the ground adoTer over which Wblcbho Wblcbhoo the theoars thecars
oars o are a drawn d a as the coal 0 Is I dropped dpp ou ouInto ot otInto out outinto
Into the various varlo1 pockets pk8 At the foot o othis or of ofthis i
this t incline Inolne is I a switch awlth which blc swerves aeea the theoars te theoars I
oars o from tr m the slip as they t0 come down downtho downt downthe
the t grade gradeAbout gradeAbout
ae aeAbout
About 0 oclock last lt night nght Engineer EngineerJoseph Eae EngineerJoseph
Joseph JOphZha Zachgo with wlb his hi engine ene headed headedtoward h 1oededtoward
toward the river ri niverwa was sliding ldln a train tlaohls tlaohlseptie trainof of six sixempties sixeruptie
empties eptie down doW the th sloping track t Ho Howas Doaone lIewas
was alone in the cab On the first and andsecond andand andsecond
c ln
second and cars cn were wre two tw brakemen brlen John JohnHenslor J9b JohnUenler
Henslor Hel of o Cedsrhurst Crhult L L I and Henry HenryQerkoa HoaryGerkon G
Qerkoa Oeko of o O124 348 24 South Suth SouthThird Third T atreetWilllame atreetWilllameburg ett Wiiama
burg bur Further Frthe back hk on o the train tn was wasanother wuanot wasanother
another anot brakeman bre Samuel Rue Wardell Wael of 103 103Ton ID 103Ten
Ton T Eyok street at Willlamtburg WWllr W Whenthe When WhenIho
the L locomotive lootl got 10 almost amot to th Iba base o otho ot otth ofthe
the th inollne Ioln something ometla happened hpp to the thobrakes te tebe thebrakes
brakes on the oars Their weight
be o thee Ter w8lM gave gavoi T
a i sudden audd momentum moetum to the t train trna and be before b before ¬
fore fot Zachgo Z know J that t anything was wasTons w wwnc waswrong
wnc wrong Tons ho h was a thundering thurinc down do ylnR to ground grounteve groundlevel
level eve Tho switch wlth offered olerod no resistance resistanceto roto a
to the te pressure prur behind blad the engine and andtho andthe andthe
the Impetus Ipetu carried c th t the locomotive Imot eane over overtb OVI ovesthe
t the tb twenty tt foot to the te waters wter edge e one oneinto a and andInto
Int into the water wte There was no barge bln blnthe In Intho inthe
the slip Up The Te other ter three trO oar stayed stayedoa
oa O land landTho l landThe ty
The T force for with wit which whlb the t locomotive locomotiveshot loove loovelot
shot lot off o o from the landing J carried o It I fifty fiftyeet fltt fiftyfeet
let feet eet beyond bO th t the striagpioos a into Ito thirty thirtyloot ti thirtyfeet
loot fet of water Zacbgp Zmcb had boon b too aston astonshod satanished
Zlh an anled
shod led to jump Jup from lr 1 ti fys cab before bore It Itt was wasioo wastoo
t too ioo late latB But ut th the roar r of East E River In water waterla wat
la 1 his ii hi oars brought brllt to his h senses the neces necessity n necesit ¬
sity alt sit for fo instant it action oO In I the darkness darknessdown d darknessd
down do d iiit there ter he managed to smash siqi the thowtedow thewindow
ma ete etewdoOR
window wdoOR on his I hi aide Id of oto the cab cb and a a aBsetaaat amoeaeat
Bsetaaat tl later he 1b hOo > bane to tbs t8 surfae eurfaoichoked surfaechoked
choked with wi mud and salt water Wt and the theoil theoil
a a e u
oil o that t floats otti smug 4o th tbe waterfront t rfre tV Ho Hospluttered Heank ff ffspluttered
spluttered and ank tried to tCtfelp tCtfelpFe tocil oair far help helpTaw helpFew
Taw Fe lights 1ahta shone abo from f the t slip alp but t ho homade b bma bemade
made ma out the t end Od of the Jm line of piles anc anco ad adto and andtoitheuware
to toitheuware o it ho h swam a Clinging Clglq Chlnglngtoone to ono on of ottheEe ottheEehe these t
he 10 caught cught his hi breath brth and called oled for help helpagain belpIn helpagain
again In It was w half ht an ao hour later ltr that thaithose thatto thatthose
those to on shore abor who wo had given him bl up for fordrowned lordowed fordrowned
drowned dowed out beard he his cries o evn and fished fed bun bunout bl himout
outAs outA As A A the cars on raced r down the Incline Inclineilensler Ince InceHe inclinebusier
busier Oerken and Wardell had
He Gere ad Waell b jumped jumpedfor Jump jumpedfor
for It The Te word which whcb they tbe took tk to towatchmen t towtchmen
watchmen wat around a the yards ya brought brought2apt brhL brhLCpt broughtCapt
2apt Cpt Dooley Dle and the reserves rrYea from fr the thoBedford theBtord theBedford
Btord Bedford avenue YueltUon station house h The Thorakemen T Thebrakemen
brakemen breen > were we not hurt beyond beyo a few fewbruises te fewbruises
bruises br But it took tk half bt an a hour to toget toKt toget
get Kt the salt at water wat out of otZ Zachgo and aadhen a andwhen
when hen Dr Burey Hurley from the WUliamsburg WUliamsburglospltal WnUatbura WnUatburapUat Wllhiatnaburg8opIt1
lospltal pUat had h looked him h over ove be found foundila tond tondhla foundhis
his right shoulder dislocated df and his hisace blsfa hisface
rht ahQer a
fa face ace and ad arms a badly by cut ct by the t glass ol olhe 01the ofthe
the cab window windo aa he broke brok his way s out outZaohgo ot outZaehgo
Zaohgo Zcbgo refused rU to t go to the hospital hospitaland bolt
and nd be was sent st to his home J0 2 209 Twenty Twentythird Tmt Tmtthir Twentythird
third thir street ied Brooklyn BrooklynmpFn Brookly
101 0 RIDER lDER PETS OK rEiR rEiRYoung IE IEon 1EII1Young
Young on Mdward Fwr Thompson o Ran n Down 1n a aWoman aoma aWoman
Woman oma VThllr btr Drunk Drk at t the thi Wheel WheelThe Wrl WrlTe WheelThe
The Te second end joy riding rding chauffeur ohulrur to get geta
a heavy prison prn term ter for running nnlng down a aedefltrUn aptri apedestrian
pedestrian ptri > was 1 sentenced Intoed yesterday yesterdayudge yetr yostrdyJudge
Judge Koaalsky In Part P rt I of General GeneralSessions Gneral GneralBlonlant GeneralSessions
Sessions Blonlant sent Edward Ewrd Thompson Thompn IB IByears 1 19year
years yer old of 520 West Wet 14Sth 1 street attl to the thetenltentlary tbepnltntlr thepenitentiary
penitentiary pnltntlr for one on year yearOn yer yerOn yearOn
On May M 2 last Thompson Tompn ran rn over Mrs Mrsfora MnNora MrsNora
Nora B Lockwood Lkwood In front of her home ome at at1M
1M 63 Audubon avenue wnuler Her arm n was wasroken Wi wasbroken
broken brokn > and She was w injured Internally Interly
T Thompsons trial tril was Wa Inur put pt off of until last lastweek la lastweek
week ek to Pna enable enble Mrs M Lockwood Lkood to t recover recoverier rver rverher recoverher
her ier health holthso so as to appear against lt him hime hi himHe
He e was w Indicted Indo for allowing aowln p his hi automo automoIIe auto autobUe automobile
bile > IIe to assault ul the body b of Mrs Mr Lockwood LockwoodIe Lkwo
He Ie was wa allowed allo to tol toplead plead guilty IUUy to assault assaultn aut autIn
In n the third degree degreeThompson
Thompson dr was w in the te employ of Ella Ellasausaaroff E EllaGusaarofT
Out ausaaroff Thomp a builder buDdr living 1le at SOO 1 Westf Westf40th We Wesftsoth
40th l4 street tt Tho T testimony mo showed Iw that thatto tt tthe thathe
he to was w intoxicated Intoxcat at t the te time of the thoaccident theaocldet theaccident
aocldet aocldetWANTED accidentWANTED accident accidentWAITED
Mr Ir Tanney Thought ne8t There Tr liszt liN Keen KeenToo HemT fleetsToo
Too T Much ulh Hot le Air Capitol Capt of a Late LateWA Li LateWAenlsor
WA WAIHtnOTI WAenlsor HtKOTCrv July Jul Ifl lDUot Hot air ai In Int Inst instead
st stead t ad d of cold air will wl continue coptime to t be on onop ontp ontap
tp tap op In the House Ho and Ard the t Senate 8te chain chomera cha chainbore
b bore > era as a result Illt of the te defeat deet defeatofan of an a amend amendment and andment amendment ¬
ment to the tm deficiency dfoencblU bill offered o today todayy t
b by y Representative prOntaUveTawnl Tawnsy of o Miens Mlanetota MII MIIact Miensacts
acts act Mr Tawaey Introduced In u his hl hi amend amendment ard ardmt amendmoot ¬
moot mt by bdelanJ declaring that tt there t hid boon b a aot alot
lot ot of ofhot hot air In the Capitol rrltl of late lak and for forthat forthat forthat
that reason he hoped members would wouldNipport wouldsupport
rn bop memblwluld memblwluldappr
support his bl proposition proPtlon The amendment amendmentpproprlated amendmentappropriated
appr apfrltn1 appropriated 177000 for fo the amnmet amnmetapfrltn1 Installation Installationf l lto ltoor
or f a refrigeration rtrlgrton plant In the Capitol CapitolWith Cpltel CpltelWIth CapitolVlth
With It I he h said we weon can distribute distributeoold dbtlbute dbtlbuteold distribute00W
oold old air In the te House HOWandBnft and andenat Senate and In Intwo Inthe Inhe
the > two ar office otc buildings bldlnp Goodness tne knows knowshere knowr knowsthere
there ought to t be a strong demand dem around aroundere 3rounJhere rouna rounabe
be here ere for cold air airThe airThe t
The Th House 10u didnt dIdt agree e with wlt Mr Mrawney 3IrTawnoy r r1awne
1awne Tawnoy TawnoyFIRST awney awneyIttST V
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docked doked yesterday yeterd brought bruht In the first firstlatch tnt tntbteh thatbatch
latch of fortytwo embarked embarkedt
bteh passengers plln tor7Wo bked bkedatHolh
atHolh at t Holyaead Jrh ako ssrvio will w iI3 be oea oeasued oik oiktinued
sued tlau by b other otl vessels of o tao t MM J taWag taWagrom iafIIOgfront n
tr front rom Liverpool LI ol In Int tao stegrate M a of the tfeeMBW t theArsbl
MBW was George Gr Howard Howrd aa a Anerioaa AnerioaaMTO AMoo Aeenlouneo
neo A who 1 hOh has sought I pt a Qlorf boras la England InngisndMd E14d E14db
Md Aw weardered ordered b deported di by b th t IJis IJist frKUh frKUhatOSsersjtary 1
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get Up Vpt at the Ife HnUUo tUe Exposition KxpoelUoaA 1 eU0 eU0fA
fA A bronco bnMult bronebust bust of James Ja J Hill muto mutoJ the thilargest theIaret
largest J t of Its It kind ever cast c baa ben benoomple beer beercompleted beenoompl
completed oomple oompl t d in the UoRmn Roman bronze bronz work workat worba worksat
at 27B 2D Greene Ore street IItt Brooklyn l11 and a wllCo wU will willbe
Co a I sent snt aen today t to tote toSeattle the Seattle 8tle exposition expositionwhere expltlon expositionwhdre
where wb4r It will wl bo b unveiled Uvli on August Aue 9 9which Sloh 3which
which loh will wU bo Minnesota bMlet day dat at the fair fairThOfbust fal fairThebu
ThOfbust nbt Thebu weighs welb 1700 110 pounds puDd and Ii Iisix I Iex issix
six feet fet In height It I will 1 rest rt on a pedes pedestal ¬
ex tel taite sixteen ten feet high blb There The win wI bo b p four fouitablets lor lortb1etne fourtabletoone
tablets tb1etne tabletoone ono bearing bean a arptlon arptlonota representatIon represontatloiof
of ota a steamship telp another aother that th thatofa of a railroad rallroaxtrain rl railroadtrain
train ta and the third trd and fourth torhaTiDE torhaTiDEto baring havinitho baringthe
the to coats oot of arms of Washington Wun anc ancMinnesota a and andMinhesota
Minnesota MIDot The e bust cost Ct 8000 000 The Tbtsculptor Theldptr Thesculptor
sculptor ldptr Is I Finn J 7 Frpllch FrpllchITO Floh Prplich1O
Spaaltti Ipl Prlaees r 8axecbar 1eeb1 Marriage MsrrisgrMay MarriageMay mall
May M Lead L to Military MUttar Prison PrUoaaptcttt Pe PeBpcl Prisonaas
aptcttt Bpcl Call Co xuipofes DIlc to I S Tas T sow sowMADRID s 8UWMaDam
MADRID Imlo July Ju IIA IB A courtmartial courtmartialopened om oourttnirtlalopened
opened bare hr today t to try u Prince Pnc Alfonso Alfonsowhose Alo Alt onso onsowhose
whose op who marriage a tedr fewday few days ago q ko to t PrMoew PrMoewBeatrice P0 PniIoeaaBice
Beatrice Btc mc of SaxoOoburg BxOba led l to his hi being beinideprived bne bnedpriv beingdapnived
deprived dpriv of his bSUt titles and a doooraWoni doooraWonifor derdo
for the te military Ut offence eO of absenting abt him himself lm lmt himself ¬
self t from r the colors oore without witot leave leaveTho ITe ITeTe heaveThe
The Te Prince Pno is i liable Uale upon upovico conviction to toImprisonment t toImpricnent
Imprisonment Imprleent In I a mit military prison prisonMOT pr prRIOt prisonnIor
RIOt 11 DR0rIBt DR0rIBtWu
Was ft at Two To Bars B to I ffalpaha ah Japanese rpn rpnStre JapaneseHtrtke JapaneirStrike
Strike Cat at Hoeolotu HoeolotuHONOLDUT IIonsitduHONOLULU
Stre lu luUOMOU
HONOLULU UOMOU July JuIOn 10 10The The jury JU In the thecase t thecase
case o of tho thirteen tn Japanese lap strikers strikenwho strikerswho trlkr trlkrwbo
who resisted r arrest a after aft the t riot ro at at Wai Waipahu Wa Wsipabst
pahu plantation plttio on June Ju I wo w wssdithaged wssdithagedtoday discharged dischargedtoday
today t pu after being bin out since en 4 P M on onSaturday oa8ty anSaturday
Saturday 8ty without witout reaching rlng an agreement agreeateatTh Sir emt
Th jury came lato court yesterday yesterdayand
T 11 c Oyry Oyrya
and reported that tlt it was unable ub to tobt agree agreebut agreebUt
a but bt r th the Judge Ju sent Itt the members mb back backafter bc backaftsr
after giving thorn t his b hi opinion oa several severalpotnU a soveralctnt
acvn potnU P ctnt la Use t case c Again An opo this W imo moratag moratagtho
the tJU jury returned nt but a second and eoondtime time t the thoJudge te teo theJud1ip
Judge ordered o tho U jurors Jur looked lo up upFinally u upyhenfly
Finally a third time they appeared and andth andth
I t t t apa
th Court ordered them discharged dischargedIt
d O o t d
It Is I I reported n that I they t stood a seven I for forcoavtctioa to forconviction II IIcTco
conviction and five Av for lo acquittal of all the thedefendants t thedondaata
defendants d duRING dondaataSUNG cTco a autt 0 v vKING a
Moaaroti He u of f Nwaas 8wa titled Ia la 1f Awerloa Ame for foraxCafereaee fa teeCeaferteoe
axCafereaee eeme With WlthldrT Secretary Kncx KncxBOSTON lacx lacx1N itnaxfloeTol
BOSTON 1N July Jul IIA A distinguished dtinaaed pas passenger pasenger ¬
senger a oa o tao t steamer lr LImon Ln which paI ar arrived arrie anrived ¬
rived rie hero h from fm Port PrtLn Luaon today ty was wasKing w wKC wasKing
King KC Alonzo An Adams Ad of of8aa Swans Island IslandSo Iad IslandBe
Be Is 1 the supreme ruler re and ad owner oer of the theWand theI theisland
Wand I which is In the Caribbean Cbb Boa S and andCDS a andone
one of tho most mo important Impt strategical strategicalpoints strategicalpoints ttpo
points in I the t West e ladles Iadi As A the te Limon Lononproceeded Lon Lonpred Limonproceeded
pt pred proceeded by b b Swans Island ltd It was rig rignailed 1 1g 1gmailed
nailed a to t stop ap by b King ElneAda Adamss private privateyacht prnt privateyacht
yacht yat and a His m Majesty MJ and ae his hl daugh daughterlalawMrs du daughtriniawMrs
terlalawMrs M C Adams were we taken takenaboard takenabnd
tlalwH KCAdm t
aboard aboardTao abndThe
Tao f Kin XIIa lune Is bound bolado for Washington Waohiagtoawbero Washingtonrh a
wbero rh re he 1 Ss S to th tobave bars A ooaforeae Orl with wt the thaState 1 thefita
State J fita Dtfiartmeot et H l1t Ho tateada to tote visit visittho visitthe
the te Important t cities cUI of o th te East E before beforerotarnteg bo beforertrnlng
rotarnteg rs to toh his kingdom kingdomr k < m mM
Eagsgeraet BIf toArtare tolAI Ueerea De of fll fllAae Paris ParisAaaomeed ParisAnnewieed
Aaaomeed AaaomeedPanu Aae AnnewieedPRXLahziPEU
Panu PRXLahziPEU > XLrsu July Ju 10 11Aowo ILAflflOUXSOe ILAflflOUXSOemeat Announoe Announoeeaeat
meat M was Xa mad m today ty of ofthe the engagement engagementof et I
of o Miss 1 Fernanda Fe Waaaaiaker daughter daughterof dut
of o Rodman R1 Wanamakor Wae of this t city cityand dtyand t ta
and a Arturo A fteeren K eeren son e of the Count Countsnd Counta Countand
and rita a Countess Cu Heorea Be of Paris Pl and a Bin Biarrlte B Binrita
M Essrss ha h been b a visitor Tat to t this thisdty tl thisdty
dty dt twice too and ad was the guest pt at a several sevoralamall lr severalsnaIl
snaIl al entertainments entt Ho la I ono o of ofa o ofa
a number nub of brothers brot and a sUtsrs r and andspends ando andpendg
spends o most mo of his hs time te at Biarritz Bt where wheretho whre whrete wherethe
the te family th has its It principal prinp rraidimae rraidimaeMiss rdMU rdMUM rsldsnseMl
Miss M Ml Wanamaker War who went abroad abroadwith abd abdwt abroadwith
with wt her br grandmother cdother Mrs M John Jon Wane Wanamaker Wa Wanemaker ¬
maker about a month ago is still In InEurope inEr inEurope
mer a
Er Europe and no D date dat has b been bet set for her herreturn herrtum herreturn
return rtum She Se made her debut In Inthl Inthldty this thisdty thisdty
dty on December Dmbr 14 1900 10 at a tea te given givenor givenfor
aven avenI
I for or her by her br father at atbta his town house boW
723 173 Spruce Sprc street att No date dat has b been beenset b beenet
set et for lo the wedding weddingREADY weng weddingIfX4D
READY 4 D TO niOW nTon fllOHfd LI 1 IESEV IESEVBlaetc iFSEIHiSek 181 181Bc
Blaetc Bc Hand Il Requires Re8rn MtfleA 58 la I small smallmilslie MRal emailHillslie
milslie litlIe Tntafct kl Its I a Joke JokeJohn JokeJohn eke
John Teeey V a former tomer partner pr in the thestoao thoa thestone
stone a business buneof of the late lte exSheriff exSheriffhomos exheA exSheniffThoma
homos Tom Dunn D received riv last lat night a letter lettersigned lettermined lettersigned
signed Black Blk Hand Hd saying that tt If he heailed belaJleto hefailed
ailed laJleto to have bo M5000 ISO in small al bills bil at 142 142Jhwry U2Cht 142Oi3try
Jhwry Cht street stt in five fiT days cy his homo bor at 220 220East 2 floEast
E East Sixtyfirst Slxtyfr street strt and his stone busi business bualn business ¬
n ness headquarters beduel at 1125 125 First avenue avenuewould avnuo avnuowwld avenuewthld
would be b blown blow to smithereens smithereensMr althers althersH
Mr H Vosey V learned led that 142 I Cherry Chel street streetsa att attia streetisa
ia isa sa saloon 10 and nd be then the turned t Jned the th letter letterover lett letteroverto
onrtoCpt overto over to Capt Drown of ofF Fist Blxtysovonth Blxtysovonthtroot 8Ityet SixtyseventhstzeoVfor
atHor stzeoVfor troot for InOtptlo Investigation with the remark remarkI remr
I guess 8 the boys bys from Iro Fourteenth Fourteenthtreet Forth Forthstrt Fourteenthstreet
street strt are getting busy bl early but you youmight yo youmight
might look into Int it itMr ItM itMr
mt Mr M Veney VM said IM he believed beleved the letter letterwas lter lterwu letterwas
was written wtt by b an English Enll speaking aplq per person pr person ¬
1 son as a joke Jo Ho H was sitting attll on his hi front frontteps trt trte frontstep
step when ho told about bt the letter letterLet lett letterSLat
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Let L em f come if they the mean me business businessm bne
Im m right here and nd ready ry he said saidMAN Md MdMtN saidItx
Jr Mr Rat RRor nor Mate of the tho rtiemnag It ItRescued I IRNNed isRescued
Rescued Just ut In Time TimeWlllard Tmf TimeWillard
Wlllard Wilar Raynor R7oor U 5 years 0 old ma mate nf ottao ofthe
the 10 good barge brEoChomunc Chemung cf the Lacka Lackairaaaa Lk LkWU Lsckaanus
WU tao iraaaa Railroad Rl celebrated olerated too hilari hilariously hll hilaricuShy ¬
cuShy oy a days dahore shore leave In Hoboken HobokenesterdaV Bobken BobkenYM Robokonyeteid4
esterdaV YM with wit the result rult that ta be was wasaken w wte wastaken
taken te to t police poWe headquarters hequal to simmer eme up upThere up upThere
There he became bme so 1 noisy that tt It was wasound wufon wasfound
found Te necessary for the comfort of his hisellow blalelowJet hisfellow
fon no t comor o
fellow guests and the peace p of the station stationouso statloirhoune tti or
hoU houne ouso in general enerl to t confine him to the theadded thepae thepadded
pae padded added cell 01 where In a few minutes he heropped hodPP hedroiped
ropped off 01 to sleep sleepShortly sleepShortly Iep IepShry
dPP Shortly before 10 oclock oclok acting actnI Captain Captainlayden Capti CaptainHayden
Hayden Shry and Roundsman Rud Dittos Dit smelled amelledunokei Ieled Ieledsok smelledsmoke
II e
sok smoke which they t7 traced tc to t the padded paddedsell
sell On opening the door dor they p found foundisrrcr foundRtor foundEnnor
isrrcr 01 unonnwifouson unonU opi on the floor foor almost almostitddea aot aotblad almosthiddn
itddea Rtor in a thickcloud tck thick cloud of smoke aoke The Thoxeelsior Te Teexclsior Theexcelsior
excelsior blad exclsior stuffed eule leather lethe pads o on on oa one side sideT ade adeof sideof
of T tho cell cl were smouldering loulderng and the te Influx Influxf Iflu
of f air from the open door caused cU them tbe to toburnt tobnt toburst
burnt into flame flameWhen flameWhen opn
bnt When Whe Raynor Ryor fme fmeWhe had hd been bn dragged drsne Into Intoto Intotoe intothe
toe to corridor cordor a dozen doZ buckets buoket of water waternrero waterwere t
were dashed on the Are i drowning drowms it out outIwo ot outTwo
wer dhl
Iwo Tw more mor buckets buoleta carelessly crelely applied appHedrougst appliedbrought pHe
brought > Raynor rbk back to lifer liferThe IUe lifeTho
brqt The origin ori of the fire lr Is I a mystery as asireath asthe
th the prlaoter had o 1 no math matches I in mp b iIa posse posseiton
iton whe when locked u up T The polio u ute basrd basrdthe
1 the conjecture that Baynors P1 t too fiery fierybreath
breath te brt cetre may 1 inaybave have hv caused cu thocoaflagr tece TheconfIagritka TheconfIagritkanEwErs r Uou UoumCWEY 0 0BWI
mCWEY LB 8 eRT eRTATSi wur wurT3s N
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Tragedy Tler Rrprsdaeed ReeeefIU nitti the te Aid of ern ernOrf7 an anOrderly anOrderly
Orderly Orf7 Before Bdere Mother 10tl and a ttster t ef efthe Ofthe f fte
the te Alleged AId flstcddenitae 8 demtea to Ioro IorotEIae Be BeCroesKxamlaed HeCrossExamined
CroesKxamlaed tEIae at t Todays TCJa N HNlo HNlolUPL MI eulen eulenAlorirozza en enAmuroUB
AmuroUB lUPL July Jnt 19 ILing 19Lying Lying fist upon uponthe upn upnthe uponthe
the floor of the te court our room rm with wit his head headalmost be headalmost
almost o touching tcng the be feet fe of the slater llit of ofLieut o b bL4eut
Lieut Let James Jae < N T Button 8uU into It the causes causesof ou caus causofwhoee
of orwhee whose death a naval nvl board bord is 1 holding holdinga holde holdea
a second ad inquiry Inqui Lieut LeutBbt Robert Adorn Adornthe Ac Adamsthe
the man min who whof fought uh with wlb Lieut Leu Button Buttona Buttn i ia Ia
a few t w minutes inut before he come ce to t hi hideath his hisdeath V
death det today ty gave a vivid physical phlo lllus lllustratlon J illutration V
tratlon ttio to t accompany cmpny his hi verbal T bal version versionof vo versionofthafalr
of ofthafalr ofthafalrAs tha te affair affairAn
aar aarA
An A the first f witness wlt before betor the court courthe cr courthe
he h described deb the te eventa eeut eveetson on the night of ofOctober orOcb atOctober
October Ocb 12 1907 18 which wblc led le up to t the thedeath tMdeat hodeathot
death deat deathot of Button Btton He told of the L automo automobile autolo autolobUe automobile ¬
bile ride rd from fr Carrel Cel Hall Hl Hotel Hotl to the thegrounds Ih theground r rpUDd
grounds pUDd of f the te marine barracks bk of the thoaltercation to toton thealtercation
altercation ton that t involved Iolved Button Suttonbinsi1t Suttonbinsi1tand bCnwlf bCnwlfand bllt blltad
and ad heir two companions Lieutenants LieutenantsUUey Lt LieutenantUUey
tei compol tanat
UUey and d Oterman Otn In the te row which whichfinally whichIl whichfinaI3
finally Il culminated clin in Button Butt death deathAlthough det deathAlthough
Although AJtouab Lieut Adomsa Ada tltQn7 testimonydiffered testimony testimonydiffered
differed dlre in I some eoB respect lp from the testi testimony ta tamon testimony ¬
mony mon given eve at the Investigation InvNtlgaon the day dayfollowing dayfolloing
following ijo e the te killing kllna of Button Butn th t the point pointla p i t tIn
In bu J examination exmltlon at which whic th t the counsel oouaselfor ODI ODIlor
for the te8uttonbope Buttons hope to t bring out ourso uCame uCametlg some sometelling se setelling
telling tlg tomorrow tomorrowJust tmoJ evidence evideoe will wi not be h reached ced until untlftomorrow lin lintmoJ untiltomorrow
Just Ju as Attorney Atte Henry He B E Davis Da repre representing repr reproseating ¬ W
seating atng the te Button family had begun bern to toaak tou toask
ask u Lieut Leut Adams Ad about at aa a interviewhe interviewhehad ln lehe leheb f fbad
had b with Mrs Mr Parker the sister of Lttat LttatButton l LtutHutton t t >
Button Butn a few fewc days after ar the tragedy trc the thebell theb thebU
bell b in the tower towr of the te academic acelo building buildingstruck buDdg buDdgck bulldlngstruck
struck ck eight et bell bU which la I 4 oclock o lo and andthe ad adt abdthe
the t sessions 0 of the te court cour came cm to t aa end endfor endfor d dtort
for tort the day d Lieut Uet Adams d who ho WIll the theonly te teo theonly
only o witness wt wltneuexamlnedtoday examined eun today tT will wl resume resumethe resumethe m
the te stand aDd at the opening openng of the session sessionat e sessidat
at t 10 oclock ocO tomorrow morW morning morningThe morig morigThe V VThecourtwaacalledtocrderpromptly
The Thecourtwaacalledtocrderpromptly Thecourtwaacalledtocrderpromptlyat court e waa w called clled to order oer promptly promptlyat pz9IDPUr 1 1t
at t 10 oclock this morning by Commander CommanderJohn CobImanderJohn
John Hood of the th navy Its presiding presidingofficer prelldlncoaoer presidingoHioer
officer He and his associates Lieu LieutH Lle t tIL j juK
H uK M Jensen of the navy and Major JoIajorWea JoIajorWeadeU Wen Wendell ¬
dell a Neville of the Marine Corps held helda
a brief session on behind closed doors doonwhea doonwhealBeU1 when wheamethods whenmethods
methods lBeU1 of procedure were decided upon uponThen upoaThea uponThen
Then the doors were thrown open and andMrs andIlra andMrs
Mrs Button and Mrs J4raPark Parker and their theirattorneys theiratterneyL t tattomeya
attorneys Henry 7B E Davis Edmund W WVaa Wvan
Vaa Dyke I and Henry W Van Dyke DykeMajor DykeMajor
Major Henry Leonard of the Marine MarineCorps f rin V JI i
Corps OorptheludpAchooato the Judge Advocate Lieut Adams Adamsftad Adalnnd
ftad Ms eouassi Arthur EBlmeT E Bimey sad sadOapt andCapt tl
Oapt Them A t Brown of the Maria MariaAfter Man1aAfter r
nur edt edtaia1ttetJ
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After the formal f reading of ofth the pfsospf pfsospfor p preoop L Lor lor
or fastauctioBsfrom 1n instructj ns frees the Secretary eeretaryor eeretaryorNaYr of the theNavy theNavy
Navy and the swearing of the court offi officers oIDera oflidsr ¬
era Attorney Davis raised a question questionas que tlon tlonto tlon tlona
as a to the presence In court of Mrs Button Buttonsad 8ut 8utand V Vand
and Mrs Parker who bo said
might poe possibly poelbl ¬ V Vilbly
sibly lbl be called aa a witnesses during durl duringibe duringibeexamination g too tooexamination NteuamlnaUon
examination of other witnesses The Thecourt Thecourt Thecourt
court took the question under advisement advisemeatsad V Vand
and adjourned until 1 oclock Owing Owingto
to the fact that the th courtmartial room roomin roomin 3
in the Administration Building where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the court convened In the moraine momln was TTSJJtoo V Vtoo j
too amall the plaoo of sitting was w changed changedto p pto
to the auditorium of the Academic Build Bulldng Buildtug I IIng
tug ng in the afternoon afternoonCommander aft afternoonCommander rnooD rnooDCommander
Commander Hood announced at the theopening theopening b i iopenl
opening of the tb afternoon session lSC 5Iontn1t 5Iontn1tthere that thathere that thatthere
there was no objection on tho part of the thacourt thecourt thecourtto
court courtto to the thepreenoeat presence at any time during duringhe du duthe
the proceedings of Mrs Sutton Mr liraParker MrParker MrParker
Parker or Lieut Adams He then turned turnedhe turnedthe turnedthe
the conduct of the examination examlnatlonoTfJr over to totfajor toMajor toMajor
Major Leonard who called Ueut Adams Adamsan Adamas
an the first witness witnessThe wltn witnessThe 4
The attendance at tho hearing was com comMuutivety comparativel cornpnratlveiy
Muutivety small A few Ie naval and andmarine Andmarine V Vmarine
marine officers stationed here drifted d in induring InI Induring
I during durinlCthe the afternoon and there was A Asmall asmall
I small gathering of civilians from Annspo Annspois
is ii also a handful of women from fromth fromthNaval ths thsNaval lb lbNaval
Naval Academy members member of offloern offloernfamilies fhloonsfamilies
families familiesThe tamlllesThe familiesThe rmoo rmootamllles
The members of th the court sat at thi thilead thObead th thbead
bead of a long table Ranged along the thaable thetable thetable
table at their left were the Buttons and andheir andtholr andtheir
heir attorneys while on the opposite oppositeside
side were wreLieut Lieut Adams and his attorneys attorneysand attom yl ylnd V Vand
and nd the official stenographer Major Majorjeonord KaJorLeonard MajorLeonard
Leonard occupied a place at tho foot of ofhe ottbe V
he table The witness chair was just to toMajor toMajor toMajor
Major Leonards right rightDuring rigbtDuring rightDuring
During the two hours and a half h f that be bewas beWIUII bewas
was on the stand Lieut Adams betrayed betrayeda hetra1creat
a great deal of nervousness the nerv nervousneaa noryousnesa Ii Iiouaneea
ousneaa of concentration rather than of ofapprehension ofapprebenelo 1 1apprehen
apprehen apprehension t Ho answered the theqUIIs ques questions qusetiona ¬ i itlons
tions put EI 16 6 him firmly and clearly but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when his hinLtenUonwasoailedtodifforenoes hinLtenUonwasoailedtodifforenoesin attention tentlonoa11ed was called to differences differencesn
In n his testimony today and at tho original orlgtealnqulry orICiIWInquirT originalinquiry
inquiry he repeatedly reminded his ques quesioners questioners f ftioaero
ioners that the lb affair had happened nearly nearlywo 1IeIUI needytwo 1 1two
two wo years ago and suggested that It Itwu Itwubut was wasnit wasbut
but natural that his memory should fall falllim V Vhim r
him as a to certain cortaindeWI cortaindeWIIn details detailsIn V
In his hi story lito Lieut Adams said that h hftley hit hitUtle hoUtler
ftley and Ostermaa dined together to ther at atCarvel atCarvel atCarrel
Carvel Hall and nd afterward attended a adance adance adance
dance at the Naval Academy Later he hereturned l lreturned tsreturned
returned to Carrel Hall with Lieuis Lleu IIO IIOterman Os Osterman Osterman
terman Utl Utiq y Schirer Potts Po and Sumner BumnrrThey HumaerThq SumnerThey
They ordered a dOlleD bottles bottl of beer beerind beerand beerand
and sandwiches While they were there there3utton th th8utton thereSutton
Sutton came o Into the room where they theywere the thewere theywere
were sitting with a bottle of whiskey whlskeynd and andoffered a aoffered j
offered drinks drl u to the crowd The offer offeriras afterwaa I Iwas
iras refused refusedShortly refusedShortly ed edShortly
Shortly after 13 1 they left Outside was wasa 1 1a
a public automobile which Button had hadBailed badoalled hadcalled
Bailed Potts and his h companions paaiou twit vitness twitness I IRea
ness said had gone ahead ead In another anothermachine anothermachine I Imacblne
machine so ha and UUay got into the thsmachine themllohtne themcbine
machine with Button ButtonEntering SuttonEntering t tEntortn
Entering the tl grounds a discussion d aroseis arose I IAll
is to whether they should take the ma machine ooohIne machine ¬
chine through the grotads It being after afterIhelr ttertheir V Vtheir
their liberty hour Adams said he would wouldKet wouldet V Vget
get out and walk walkYou walkYou V VYou
You damn oold footed coward wit witless witneaa witness
less declared Button said What do doyou doyouWant doycuant you yourant
rant to tolrllt walk for forDont todDont forDont
Dont talk to m me e that way witness witnesswlA wi wiIa v vsatfi
wlA Ia he replied repliedIf repliedUOU repliedhfycusysaythlngtt4meIUtakeyou
If UOU hfycusysaythlngtt4meIUtakeyou you say anything iA me Ill take you youjut y u uout t tout
out aad beat hail cwt of you is I the t e reply J1Plyattrlblltecl replyattributed repryittributed
attributed to Bttttoa by the ta witness witnessThe witaeaLThe witnessThe
The machine wasstopped by Buttons Buttonsrdwr SutteeOtIIec Buttonorder
order > said Adams A and he cot out taking takingtfkiscap t kilCoil takingohiseap
tfkiscap oil tfkiscapAs We C p pM IV t tVM
As they steed OB ts th > ground eI Sutfca
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