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mt Ri riru > by wireless wll lo 0 Colon Colonjgg ColonIIIIf Coone
jgg e i ilen Estrada Irad the Insurgent Insurgentedr lnaurleatfIIIr nmurgeota4er
edr indicated hi hili cL cLaim Itn to the tti b chief chiefIIB cb1ralnalw Cbl t tttIP
IIB alnalw IW > I he Atlantic IInhocout coast of Nicaragua Nicaraguamiertav NlcanClaNI
miertav NI when h11 hi ble Field Marshal Lull Lullkt Iial1ei
kt 1ei ii ate1 Mhedtoehredsthetroopaof 111 to hret th h troo rooW or Pre prsdI PreriMi PrfttIt
riMi tIt Mlnji Int who hoped bopedo to break through throughr
jjna r i IIU u attack on Bluefields Thlt Thltituvarri TItIaIf1tl1lXI Th1at1terThfl
If1tl1lXI ituvarri I the commander ol oljidn orlad cii4n
jidn lad i4n > ii I llama i ii a prisoner while tb tbrtmn thrifl the thenJ
rtmn nJ > l his crank army are relCllnylnr relCllnylnrIhrOug scurrying scurryingIrOu currylnihrou
ihrou twamp anll and bush In what appears appeanto ppenlet
to it be I ainaiietnpito 10 C get ft hack to 0 Man Mantyu Manmilk Manjua
tyu make i heir way y tj I join liras lirasdWMt lArasOiId
dWMt dt Ermr rm somewhere between hers hersladilrenown hraM harMtttPrtown
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ladilrenown ladilrenownV aM MtttPrtownatradas
0 V rtradaa Irad success a new el eln pie pierW I IIItn I
n IItn ni > r miens it auxiely to Americana deppeI d dtkn de deffl
tkn ffl ppeI ofIltnd > el today when It became m known Ibat Ibatft Ibat1tI thatPt
ft 1tI IVtmiD ibe lb daring drin young Doe DoeMiiu Boatalan Doeft1AD I
< Miiu wbo Wo bo mined be ilecojr deco outposts outpoatiirouad ouposaOIIIk1 outpostsLOWk1 I
irouad OIIIk1 UluefWIds bad be been n captured by bythe byIh byIb
the Ih K t IOI1I > Hi lle r of Madrir and carried away awayitb awayitb wyilil
itb hetn Ih < I in their flight south Estrada Estradaml I
ml n I a l > nd n of picked men ilownihe 110110 lb roast roastlUi roUIlbola oustItka I
lUi af Irnoon lernoon in the lb hope or o overtaking overtakingth
th tht p rrtr nf Madrits Iadrir flying column and andrtcovenng andrt andonng
Chance srsiIzht srsiIzhtcoq slight slightfor 1ItatI
rtcovenng rt < < Innc Pittman are
for I ihi tP SIUIVM L of Una 1111 more 1110 however howeverIt
It i tli the ttllpoeral general belief that the only war warMM wayto r
MM 10 No Piitman will lie h I by exchange of ofn ofcnna ofvinvr
I
vinvr n ftiwr rUtrad rad however baa b plenty plentyof plentytilt
of tilt tfcei e 10 I Mack acalnit Msdrlis tlria prlre prlrelr lrlFf IIf IIfur < <
ur I I lr
urn lrTV TV apt pll ir ice of Iltlman did not become becomeknown boomIII becometMfaIIY
tMfaIIY III known in BluefUMa until thisIt this thlltl1Tt1n thissf1PrcT
tl1Tt1n It Is said Id that th it was bl bis sheer sheertiiat weerlopan sherl1IneM
l1IneM lopan that resulted I d In hi his rapture raptureH ptl ptlIf
H lie If tad exploded a mine under three th thf iir iirf orfnr
f fnr r hundred charging MaMr Ir soldier soldiera llen llenG
< a th morning of May 77 T following the theAttack tb tbtrli thestac
Attack stac Graf 1olrala tal lar and ntt Undo directed directedUtitut tllrrctdsjint 1IctldlIainol
Utitut the th Estrada trada trenches trenchesTt IffnlhTh trinrtiThe
Tt The > charging Madris troop were re halted haltedj
I < j d 4ith wth that broke br ka out under und their Ibeirt theirIittmnn I If
f > t Iiltjrmn believing another nolh charge chargelid char chargeviId < < lI lItl
viId lid tl < 1 h two directed after the lb h enemy nem re recieni reno reetrl
cieni etrl no I ortrticf remained m lit hit earth earthit rlb rlbI
it r > operate < iwltrhm lIrhOlll connected with withV wllhIrM
V iire ir There wa was nn further rurth charge chargei
> 1 i teat nt ft i bend of men around he her 11 11y111 hertfl
r y111 in which Pittrnan wa wu operating operatingrleolrio nperitlngj
11 rleolrio awitrh and od before l > Pitmau Pitmautouted rilllnauINUN PUttnaueaued
touted bis t Ii danger tie had been nap napferal m mard napLred
feral and nd packed cked off to foras IAn t vamp vampspre mp ampre mpt
t spre re he e wa wu kept a prisoner through throughly ¬
ly I the ten day fighting around Blue Bluebid Riobiil
bid bidt id idI
biilp
t p S ha been denied rlMi by b Home om persons personsr
WI r rp that Pittman wa was captured by Mad Madit lad1
it and IKI the tory of the manner of hit hitptur bl hipIbTe i iapt
apt ptur has been disputed It was w Mid MidPtnun MidPt1nwll uldPtnwii
Ptnun had Con to Rama to mine mineUr miotIof mineWt
Ur t outpoata However It wa a gen genn 11ora
n a < t x VVjted ptfd led today that Pittman la lax isa
x o iand < of the enemy In I I fact it I Ir la lar1 Itonight
r r1 tonight lool bt that then rUtrada rUtradadu n nbu
du r eocd jfd negotiations to > eschange eschangeOw lehaDcer
Ow r Mvarria ania for him himMjtetnent himIIPIII himitatprnent
> Mjtetnent IIPIII wa wu rort forthcoming coroloc from fromfro
< fro n In itia Madrixa Iadria personal represen represeniit
iit 4 on 01 the Ih Atlantic Coast us a to whatK what
K Ni I > Ion with Pittman other than thanfi
1 fi in I > mm ni anawef that Ih be would be ber4tnt bfMtf hireat
r4tnt fMtf < 1 t iu prisoner of war Onmip Onmipvr 01 p prAlly
vr K generally rAlly a u authentlo a U ofScial ofScialuirrviT oftlclllan1 omcit4striI
uirrviT and the th currant rumor In InBiwU int
BiwU 81 < t i that Madrii wilt be made madejiH madeJ1rilnd madedtand
jiH J1rilnd > nd that if harm come cotn to 0 Pitt Pittnan Pittall
nan na all Madrix prUooer of war will willw ill illddffl
5 w ittidden ddffl and od ineiplicable death deathV deathiteii
1Ioot iteii V i < i o it i ii i ii understood that Consul ConsulV4 CclnaulIr ConsulMrai
V4 Mrai Ir I I M tfn authorized from Wash Washtfif Washsllfj Washajtn
tfif ronvey a reiteration to Irlaa Irlaah bi bib
4 h tnndAte that the State Depart DepartT
T eea II w I hold Madrii personally re yetr rei
i < r < n fII h f h tr r any ny harm that Aroerloac
10IIIAII 10IIIAIIartz Mr av un MRU MRUMc1z ir irMAdnm
MAdnm artz s < klleni > ldl were bitter against againstRin againstPrnafl 1lnatTn
Rin Prnafl n TV Tn troop captured by r rvti FA FAb
54 vti b id 1 < 1 Hcials of the h provisional proviaiionslZnTPfl provisionalihnt proylAlonalnr1nt
nr1nt that Madris0 > ofDoers had hudtit hadtrctpql
trctpql 1 to < tit the h srtertes of oUM the Amer Amern
rA n WL I mid the th mine around Blueflelds Bluefleldsrnivi DlueneldaIn
rnivi In fle Urn ri and Ciudoy can hold their theiri h r rIfn
i Ifn ye n i tick Pitt Pittman mans chances for sur surflri ur ur9Ira uri
flri so i formalitie of a courtmartial courtmartiallr
lr i t all i ifiiT
fiiT ir r ha t1 hrn in Central nlral America Aroeilcain
in n tp t III e rnm here from Colon ColonM4
M4 tar r r i hit hi kervice rvl to Estrada He Hew n na hiRI
RI w a > epini t and a commission aa Colonel Colonelh
11 lb the h N lanai nal fort was conferred on onif onIO onPr
if IO > ht > it I I tM I Iiesms Cam c me known that Madrii Madrisrm Madriiiifriw
iifriw 11 I i orm < rm Bluefleld Pittman PittmanM
ii1 M Ir me arnund the th decoy fortlfl fortlflition fortillII
ition II ti1 waa the Ih explosion of the theffH IhtIn therri
ffH mm In rir p weakened Madrlca MAdrl forces forcesMiu fOrONr
r ri Miu I and Tiamorro ehmorrolor leaderfw leader eadrst0
fw t0 r tl i mi 1111 accomplished the victory rictoryn
J h > n t re rea at Ram yesterday They Tteyi nyhllYar Theyand
i havarrta hllYar 4 and his staff who whoa
a fi m rfiterted > 11 by a guard when whenu
u 11 rj rMflh7pj ni xl riMfn fled in all dlrtc dlrtcM
M nlr
Ir r lAYllan Uyn ago Charsrria demanded demandedwt
wt iiie 0 ndfr 1 It was refused On OnTHi Onvt I
THi ti vi 0 4ft iftey Ir r fjilrada had cleaned cleanedtiinv cleanedn I
tiinv n bout Blurflelds Oen OenT Oeniti
I iti T 1 > vn J men m < ln was 11 sent there therei I IIf
If 1 i Mru demanded ChavarrUa ChavarrUafro I I
fro pr1 < 1 When lila wa was refused refusedattaelurd fUMd both bothi
i rnie attacked Chavarrla ChaYBrrlaj Cheyfljflbt
I
1 ii j flght in which it la estl estlnet stinec U Unl
net nl fell followed ChaTar ChaTarir
u
ir I were C completely routed Tb Tbleft Thj Thileft
j left his h i dead and wounded woundedUte woundedAtC
Ute 11 AtC last night nl ht MenaS MenaSire lena
ire 1 iti on n Chavarria himselfH himself I IUH
UH H Tf june 4 HecretAry li < cretAry of ofHk Of1t
1t Hk k prompt step today todayi I
i utin n P I Pittman ritt ot Boston BostonMI OIItoII
MI 1 in If t he t awaiting trial by
r i I r the Madtli biTernment biTernmentne Jom ot
0 < ne fl luring the hll recent r t battle battlef I
5T I f H Although hhlu h BO offldal offldalf
f t 4 f he h report of his capture capturei
< I a i th the h Hut tafe Department Departmentnfrf 1 lMnt
p nfrf 1 lIt f immediately to tor tnI
t r i oflmila at t Managua and andi od I
II I
< i < ommander W W Wxuntmat Waunlt WjlJfliWit
xuntmat Paducih ordering orrferlagii
i 01114 ii laae are sad sd make a prompt promptPitt promptr
r tjA pfrhei laid Hlt Pitt Pittflgbt PittII
II A lr tured > after h r a hot flgbt flgbtf ftclltenU
1 I r operaueg f enU raUag UM neefean neefeanv
1 tt i T 1nlt g he tstn raftflIWeh wje he hba4 hba4S ha4 ha4It
S v It inetructieM Met to IeIt MM
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American Consuls and to Commander CommanderThira
Oilmer OilmerThere OilmerThre
There Is I a newspaper report from fronHan fromHan
Han Juan del dIHur Bur to the theellect effect that William
P Pittman an American citlsen wh whIs whoI <
Is I alleged slIg to bar b laid mine while oper operatlng opertlns operaling
atlng with the Estrada force lor baa twermade been beenmad beenmade
made prisoner by the MadrU force ant antla and andIa andIs
la about to be tried lIif < < 1 by courtmartial courtmartialIt
It la uonecesHary to point out that thli tttiGovernment thliUovernment bl blUommnt
Government will joaloualy scrutinlu scrutinluthe
the lb treatment accorded him which must muilbe mustbe I Ibe
be humane and regular You oi will wlllimmedl wlllimmedlatel immedl immedlately imineillatIy
ately atel make Inquiry and nd report to tin tinDerWrtment theDiiirlmnt heDetarmnt
DerWrtment DerWrtmentDr
Dr I > r KalvaJor Caatrlllo the agent here hsrtof hereor herof I
of the lb Katrada faction has received tt < lvd lvddeapacb i idespatch adeapatch
despatch saving that the th Estrada forrei forreiare rurlla fun funIra
are a pursuing the remnants of the Madrii Madriitroop Madriitroops Iadrlltroopa
troop who were we defeated in the h battlenar battle Ioettleoear btttenear
near Bluefleld several days da ago lto The Tlwdespatch Thedpech Theileapatch
despatch follows followsYesterday lonowVlardey roILwsYeitrdy
Yesterday Gen Mesa defeated Den OenChftvarrla 00Cbavarrla DenCbivirii
Chftvarrla at 1 Kl 1 Recreo completely coinpleteldestrorlng completelydutroyicg
destrorlng the enemy ffItmI Ve W eipect list tlutlOen h1Gell listDen
Den Mena will rapture ptll Den Chavarrii Chavarriiand
and bla hi staff st4 who are re In flight up UK UKriver tI tIrlYert theriver
river rlYert at H J Menlo Ieul do las la Ihielles Gen Oenilroa GenMeoa DenMen
Men is i n rblol hing troops overland to bead beadoU heatjoff
off tb the b retreat rei while the Ih fugitives fu < < ill an anbeing arebeing re
being 108 followed up the b river bv rPI rPIColonnd apt aptColon aptCoton
Colon Colonnd and an n armed force forceDr forcesDr
Dr Castrillo added that tb the provisional provisionalGovernment provuIonalUuvrnmnt proy aoo1 aoo1Ooy
Government Ooy rnmeo intended to 0 follow up 11 lt ltvictory it1lctory Its Itsvictoyy
victory over the th Government force forceThe ror torieqThe I
The But Department also 1Ia received receiveddelayed IftIYfJdlyeJ a adelayed
delayed despatch from Thomas P I MolTai MolTaiAmerican MottalAmerican
American Consul at Blueflelds saying thai thaithe lb lbNaoJrla thatthe
the MnJrii fortes rorr were w In full retreat retreatleaving rlreat1 rlreat1leloe retreatleaving
leaving their dead and nll wounded on tin tinfield lie liefield
field lea fOQ Men one ontollhIf4lerot of theleatlersof the leatlers of tin tinEstrada Ih IhFAtrada theEstrwlg
Estrada forces foft the iii h Consul added i ill pur pursuing purling ¬
suing liOK the Government force forceBOSTON for fnrceihlosii
I
BOSTON June < 4 William P I Pittman Pittmanarrested Iittmnamtee Pittmanrreatsd
arrested In Nicaragua Is the lb sun on Mr MrlUchaet Mnft3C11MI 1 I IRachul I
lUchaet Pittman of 171 11 spring < street streetCambridge streetCambridge I ICambrldl
Cambridge Mr I Pittman who is i 01 01yeara 111YMf1I
yeara old Is I grief rlr stricken over the Ih news newiof nwur newsof
of her son sons Impending danger and to tonlglit toI tofLlght
nlglit tier son Edwin Plttnun mnt nt the thefollowing th throlluw thefulluwing
following rolluw Inl appeal to President Tuft In her hername b hernam i iWlIUC
name nameAs
WlIUCAa
As a mother griefstrlcken over th thnew lie lienews
new of tb the h danger daoc r of my boy Villisin P PPitlman PPittman PPiimo
Pitlman who the th newspapers state uisr uisrbe hi hibe wvhe
be shot for his hi part in the Nicaragua revo revolion rYolion revolion <
lion I seek your interference in hu bi bhaifII bvlislf bvlislfHe
He II he ham been for foir rears aar In the United UnitedState Unlt1SIal UnitedState
State Government service rke In Panama PanamaI
I only ask k what ll my m right rllt as a mother motherbut molharhilt
but If there Is anything you 011 can do I 11m Im Implore tmIor ¬
plore Ior voii 011 to do doThunl i iThonias it itThomas
Thomas W V Pillman a former formerMagistrate Plice PliceMagitrate
Magistrate of ihi Iii city i te a second cousin cousinof
or William IIi lIaI P I Pittman ll iteisaiei nat < IIt 1utnUhi 1utnUhiI IIllIh IIllIhIlhll silghtihiit
Ilhll I ihiit hn ihn rh Hoiioii 110 Rust man m who ho was paitturvl paitturvlI tu1 tu1I
I I h liv IT thn tll Government troops in Nicarsgua Nicarsguas StIIf II IIrrmrI
wie s formerly a ieriilator in Boston in inaliouf islIiit
aliouf Ml years YN oH and I a nephew of tin tinlain IliaI theIt
It lain I liidge Robert Piltmsn of th the Maa Majsaitiuett Maai 1 1hl
i hiuett hl Superior toiirt 4I 1111 > ta > author of ofPittmaas nlPUmao ofPlttmans
Pittmaas Reports ReportsroTfvm Heports1u porta portaJft
Jft roTfvm rT nR ICTKI UCT nnuniK nnuniKMies StflhIfMi IItI I I II IAIIea
Mies Mi m roll t Inhheil TsklOf l lu e to the thel thetalpit I It
talpit t > Must l t Pnnular Said Oame Oamelune Un IanCtscittari I IClsrIJu
ClsrIJu Ctscittari 11 lune < Auctim Ii1I1 hndc hndcparties hd lridgsprtIea I IprtiM
parties proliattlr will ill i Uy > a large part in inIbe Inthe Inthe
the informal amuvment at 1 President PresidentTafts PreudentTaft IidffilTat
Tat summer lImm hime at lleverly Mat MatIhi Maethkseauon 1 1hl
Ihi thkseauon hl season AIIOO a ass a reiult 1111 of Mr I Taft > ticlr ticlrof 1 1of tiJyof
of the tb new ow game In Cincinnati CincinnatiMrs I1ncinllIn lineinnatiMrs
Mrs In Tat took three lit l Isons on m n KUOIKHI KUOIKHIhndgs auetoillndgwhil 11011011hridahU
hridahU hndgs while visiting here this Ihl we we k from fromMis fr frIi fritnMisa
Mis Ii Mite Wheelock lock whist etpert who whosaid whosaid ho hoId
said Id that her pupil pupilla Is now no alile to ptoy th thgame the Ihllpm thepine
game unaided unaidedCincinnati unldedCloeoOAtl unaidedCincinnati
Cincinnati society lOOil women wom living on ondrandln onOraDdln onUrandln
drandln road where the residence idoOfl nf Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles I IChari
Charles Anderson Mrs Tuft sister 11 It Itlituated I Ialtuated s spltuated
lituated are areesgerto rell eager rll to learn the game which whichMiss whlhY1 whimbUlee
Y1 Miss Wheelock say Y has h ha broken all records recordsfor rMordror
ror popularityThegamea popularity popularityThe
Thegamea The K pm > m la having ha ioe a tremendous run runlaid rllnMid rimsd
laid the teacher I Im am giving lor lesson eoas all alljay alljay
dylool jay long and expect to continue doing eo eoIndanllr sondetniteir n nindefinitely
indefinitely indefinitelyMr
Mr Taft ook her lessons with lib othermember other othermember nlhrmmbfon
member of a class cia so I cannot judge judgeler judeblr
ler er playing very ry well 11 but I understand understandthat
that she ab Is I an n excellent bridge player playershlch play playwhleh playerwhich
which should make her proficient in the thelew tbeow thew
lew w came cameMrs gmMrs
Mrs pmTft Taft and nd her sister Mrs Ire Thomas ThomasLough ThomulIabllo ThomasFaughlin
Lough lIabllo II D of Pittatmrg who ho came am to n Cio CinHnnati Cioclnnatl Cm CmInnati
Hnnati because tltc of ollhe the illness lIto of their ven venirabl y ynble vntrable
irabl father John C Herron left I Clndn Clndntall Clncinoall CincintI
tall tI today Mr 1 Taft will go to Ws Wash Washnjtoo ah ahloafoe h hngtoo
ngtoo and her liter to Pittsburg
men mc Titnovan inorurnxa inorurnxaPel 1UPPIIFTIXGPlIr
Pel PlIr Ice sr Three East HMe kle flames onlf < 1 Own OwnHU UwnIII Owntus
HU III Tenements Tf < 1mmU Apleee ApleeeThree A I IThree pieeeThree
Three elderly East t Hide women olln who whothe whoIhe whothe
the pollen say y have grown wealthy from fromshoplifting rromhoplltllnl fromshoplifting
shoplifting were 11 in Eeeet Market court onurtyeete courtyesterday ODUrtyesterda
yesterday yeete charged cbar with wih grand Ind larceny larcenyThey lrcoy lrcoyThey larcenyThey
They are Mr n Fhe Esther Cohen of 2UI i East111th East FtS1b Fasthith
111th S1b street tt Beckle Dla Brenner Dlnlr of ci < East East104th Fatloth Faattotib
104th loth street llt and Mr Ir f Lena na Liber Uhr of r rEast nt t tEast
East t 10th street streetThe streetThe t
The T three th are re charged orc with wih robbiniZodik robbing rblnl rblnlZl robbingZodik
storekeeper of Jl Grand Grandstreet Grandtreet
Zodik Zl Farkas Frkl a tkfr a Ord Ordtn
street tn of COO s tX worth orh of silks lb The 1 good goodwere c goodswMe
were we found rood on Mrs Cohen and ntl Mrs MrsBrenner MrDrenoer re reBrer
Brenner Brer Parkas Fa say that the thel three bye en entered eot entered ¬
tered t hi bl chop ap and a whlleMr wble fAber Ub kepi kepia bptolr
a cleric olr busy by th the two to other picked pie cut oulthing ol olthlnc cutthings
thing of value nlu and concealed ccle them tm under undeitheir undrtir undertheir
their thlnc tir clothe dot Then Ten e th t the two left lef leaving levlnMr 11lnUr leavingMrs
Mr Ubr Ur still U talking tetll to t th the clerk clerkAt cer clerkAt
At Grand and nd Orchard O streets at was A De Detective Detctive ¬
Gn
tective Maddock J who wh recognized fll ifre ifreCohen fr frCohen fraI
I Cohen Cob and ad Mrs Mr Mr Brenner Brer Noting Solnl lh lhuspldou th thtloo the thesuspicoua
their clothe h harrested he hearrested
uspldou tloo bulk bl under unde thir 0100 h <
arrested at them t and a then t got ct Mr Liber LiberLieut Ubr UbrLat UberUeut
Dunn at Headquarter Headquarterfound
Lieut Lat Jimmy D a Hedqurten Hedqurtenroun
found their tir picture plcur hi I the rogue rOI gal gallery plI gallevy ¬
roun have been convicted convictedhere convictedhire
levy readily rly They The b cviced cvicedh
here h I several Merl time I and Mr fiber Uhr recently recentlyserved rlly rllyMed recentlyserved
served out ot a sentence ato In 1 Chicago ChicagoThose Cloro Cloroo ChicagoIhoae
Med Those o women woen own ow at least six iE tine taIi tinementa tenement ¬
ment apiece api and a art worth otb a couple cpl of ofhundred ofbuD ofhundred
Ii
hundred buD thousand Iholsod dollar dll said 1 the lieu lieutenant 111I lientenant ¬
tenant tenantMsgistrst tenantMagistrate
tt ttIait
I Magistrate Iait Harris held them In S SN SNball Oo Oobail
ball bl each eh for examination elmlnto on Tuesday TuesdayPapa Tey TeyI Tuesdayrape
Papa rp Pelt P sod D Mamma P PM flatr flatrMrs > lr lrMrs
I Mrs M Mary Nry Hutton lutO rn nfl Daly ny who mar married marred marned ¬
ned Chart 0 Xo No Paly Pylo In April Apl and her herformer br brrOm herformer
red
former rOm husband hlbd Alexander AUr Merest Mn Pell Pellhave Pl Piiav
Mked Oupreta Court Justice Banthaid Blanch Blanchard
have hfk av SPe C JUIO Bt Btn
aid to decide dde their tber rliims dlm to the com companionahlp C CplOp coinpanlonahip
n
panionahlp of their teir eightyearold e son sonWhen 1 1V sonWhitu
When V plOp Mrs t Daly Dy divorced dY Pill PI the th ooy ooyof custody custodyof
of the t boy b was wa an riven to t her M but b Pell hl now nowseek IO nowseski
I seek to have th the decree de amended d to toa 1 o oas
1 t have the at least leastoeoe leastones t tO
a as to permit him h t to 1 tl boy b
ones p a wosk Mr n Daly Df oppose the theapetteatfofl t taPu theappileatlun
apetteatfofl O t on th ski greuad eind that tlt opp a ski ee ha habad h Kubad
bad aPu te suffort her he sen and he h to I I new RO In InIn I inbeel
1 beel In U Caeada el If her I Jwebaad I gets tewoa getspilelen
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IrlllmtJI lFIthEflihItI u irivrx n ITS T TO Tf i iini 1ml v vflux
ini flux WOIK 1onr nirfs nirfsHente HIT HITasr T Thllf
Hente hllf asr He I ntrrleekrd Urlel ta I the Ih Hurry HurryPreparing luf et etPfprl a aPreparing
Preparing Pfprl 111 n Papers lp bat bt He I Ttilnk Ibinklthe Ttilnkthe lk lkte
the 4eurl curt Will tiii 111 11 At Him 1m ntm4Tnei ntm4TneiHlatrment mr mrnd1htttstatement T TImmt
statement Immt Krem Fr Tall Tf Ijpertec Ijpertec4une EipertpdWSIIIINOTOW If IfW
W WSIIIINOTOW UUOTO June 4 Development Developmenttoday Developmenttoday yelopmeol yelopmeolloylndi
today loylndi Indicate that the tbQ AttorneyGenen AttorneyGenenInstead AlomyOnnllntad
Instead lntad of abating hi effort lon lo 0 reatraithe reatrai nlln nllnIhe restralithe
the twentyfire railroad ralro composing Clnpol th thWestern tbe tbem thr4tprn
Western r4tprn m Trunk Line Lne Committee CommltH from frm put putting pullng putflog
ting lng into effect ellft their increased IIIraa rate 11 wi wisoon wll wllln 11 11soon
soon ln ask the Ih Court COlII to 0 broaden bron the be scop scopof acopof p pof
of that lht Injunction InJunlo The T AttorneyGenen AttorneyGenenmade AlonaY IIra IIramd
made md It I known today lody that thi It I la I his bl Inter Intertion innlon mientlon
tion lon to move aoy for Ih the extension naon of th the injutittioi In Injunction IIIJUltOI
junction JUltOI over the rate ral of the Wester WesterTrunk ViileriTrunk 110 110Tnmk
Trunk Line 1lnelomall Committee which escaped Mp hi hinotice h hnotl hinotice
notice notl when he h began hi his hurried hlrrl pro prccmding prodinl protrrdlng
cmding dinl against 101 the Ih tie railroads rirod In II the b Fe F FI Fed Fedcyst l lera
era cyst I court rllrt at hannibal 1alnlbl Mo 1 This Tlla actlo actlowill eloll elollwi ctlouwilt
will wi U lakett Ikll by the be AttorneyGenera AttorneyGeneraaccording AtoreOeDral AtoreOeDralflol AttorneyOeneraliucording
according flol to present plan I when whenbeet aVgii aVgiiment CI CIaot
beet aot I held before the Court COlrt with lh a vie vieto YIw YIwto vietto
to making the hp temporary leallrr injuiictlo injuiictlopermanent aJlctoo aJlctooJranol injnictioupermanent
permanent permanentThe Jranol
The 11 AttorneyGeneral will wi argue al gi so soI a It I Iis
I is nkl al that complaint rmplalnl that thalheloorta the Increase Increaserates increaserains I
rates 11 were to be b put tit Into effect rrc aa th thresult the therNul tbresult
result rNul of a conspiracy conprly tn a restraint of trad tradwefe tradwe ra ral
wefe l we rp receive rfird liy ly the h Government on onat onl onlI 001at
at allh III eleventh Ievnlh hour and lllhllhelprl lllhllhelprlmnl that the Depart Deparlmenl
I menl of Jiutive was forced ror1 to act witliot witliotfull wit Ihout hon honfull
full ful information Informlol on the til subject subjectIomplslnts iibJictomplainta
I Iomplslnts were wr received flye today lo y froi froiplace 1100 1100fla froiplum
place fla ill Minnesota onal and other parts prt c ctlm or orth othe
the th rtmntry ltry that increased Ilcr11 rates rat whicwere wbihwr whic whiciwere
were supposed eupp to II have b been b within th thpublic the there tbpQtIIt
public review re of the Ih injunction tjunctol bad lxcome lx b bII become
II come operative and pJ ware 11 now Lein Leincollected beiocolel bun1collected
collected colel by the Ih carriers carriersA crle crlei
i A number Imbr of f such leb cases C were directs directsto dlrtO
to tlj tte attention alnUoo of Mr Wlclcenliam Wlcknlam b bHepresentatire by byIIPPtatn bRiireettIve
Hepresentatire tl Miller Mir of Minnesota lnINla Mr MlMiller MrMiller
IIPPtatn Miller 11111 told 0 the Ih AttorneyGeneral AlorneyOlerl the tlucompUluts Ibt Ibtrmplalul thecomplaints
complaints had II been bl mad by shipper shipperIn ablNMra ablNMraIin
Iin In and ad nil around rolw Duluth Ilhltb that tI th h rccex rccexInjunction ft ftdhl recenInJiinctiut3
Injunction did tint apply to railroad railroadin ralro
in bat region e on although albuilib such carrier carrierwere carrierwere rlr
I
were 11 supposed uPc to tl have b tieeo I defendant defendantIn
In the ib suit uit Ui tIIJolo tIIJoloI en enjoin enjoinAtornelDeberuI join joinAttorneyGsneral
Wick ertham talcallers tal tolicallers
I AttorneyGsneral AtryUofr1 Wic artm wi
callers llra lo tI today < Ur who urged url him to t tnt takfutthrr tal tntfuttier
futthrr tUltn actIon Ilon that tat while whie there tl wer werone weriSucSe r rIme
to th thiprecUt thprseliee tbIIraU
one Ime iliderences dlllrnCa among monll lawyers aa t
IIraU precUt he h was convinced rnlnl that a tnottoi tnottoit UotOI
I t ti amend IIpn1 the UI hill hi nf if f the I Government Governmentait GoYrRn I ii iia I Itl
ait a t tl to enliln 11ln all al increases InO even thougl thougluisnv Ihol1 Ihol1I tIittimany
I many uln Increase 11a were not ipriled p peliId ifled in II th thri tiiilisli h h111 <
> ri < inal tail 111 would olil l > entrtamit b bthe hIh Iii Iiiib
Ih the onurU r Tli 1 The papers paP in It the tl proceed proceedIngs Ilf
Iln Ings 1 u t t enjoin ljln were Wlr prepared plr hurriedly hiirridlrThe I Ii
lied In Intornwitim inFornistion I I1rOat
The incomplete
i romplainantN fll
1t
1rOat tornwitim with the th Governmeut oyrltut with tb tbresult t Unreatilt
result It that t many mny sctiedaUsi acPI cIaedL involvlni involvlniituKirtuH Invnlvlni inirolvintOirtMut I
ituKirtuH rate ral were w not covered olvr < by thi thinppllcatiou tbeIppl hi hirppkatiou
isllran nppllcatiou aUou AttorneyOenfrsl tor yOnrll Wicker Wickeritham Wickerham der1 der1lm
i Ippl ham exprp exprraed ed conndeno con1f that tbe lilim lilimiler hum humlit llIn1 llIn1I
lm
I lit could uld l be e repaired when hn a hearing Irna i iluld ii iiItl 8 8b
b luld l n motion moto of the th linvertiment UOYnlnot UOYnlnotmke nt ti timake r rmake
make the tt Injunction Injlnrlon jwrmtnrnt jwrmtnrntAccording lrlnenl lrlnenlI vrtclflentAecordng
According to advices adl revived here hereW hrtW hertVtqitern
mrdine
I W tVtqitern jMern m shippers hiI who are Af orenow now peymg in innvaned inerail
nvaned 1 rates rat when wh they tly had expectet expectetrelief fp zpecterelief
rflif relief through throlab the Ih medium Jlilm ff of t the mjunc mjuncDon inJlnlion injunclion
lion are a very r unxiou unxiouThe tinhiouCThe nllouTt
The Tt tariff taril filed 11fd by lr the Western Trunk TrunlUn TrunkInCommiUwhimcaptb Truniline
Un InCommiUwhimcaptb Committee which escaped t he Wicker Wickerihsm Wickershim 1elr 1elrham
ham dragnet droJtt make advance in the rate r5teinn ratet rl rln
between ttiicagi ttiicagiind Chicagisod 0 0nd
t nn > n certain rtain commodities mnii C1o
sod nd Milwaukee lwllkf and 011 between Iltw ChIcago fhicagoamKl IMICo urn urnhi nd ndI
I HI Paul Iul and nd w a > wool between IW the latie latiefitr IurI tatuitsty
and vd Kastern destinations Whil Whillh WhilI WhitLhQee <
I fitr y rAm oUotun
I lh LhQee e tarifTs ori are no not so 0 Important Impnrant an tho thomaking tbO tbOI those thosemaking
I takilla making general advances 11n in commodity comrooditrates commoiy commoiyrat commodityrates
rat rates they t h are no of mnniderahln Oiorbl concen concento lm lmlu
to many shippers The Th increase incuI in thrate th Iherle thirite
rate on wool 01 from frm Hi Paul 11 eastward eastwsrtltmoimts eastwardirflonts Iwrd Iwrdmolnl
tmoimts molnl approximsiely apprormlly to I in cents In InI i ihundred I ImtindreI
I hundred pound This Thi increase n applir applirlo ppli
lo 0 all 1 Wiwtern wool passing througti Hi HiPaul HIPIII MtPaul
PIII Paul and Ind nd Minneapolis lnnpli deitined for the thiAtlantic IheAInllo theAtlantic
AInllo Atlantic eabnardThe teabnanl teabnanlThe HQoard HQoardThe
The AttorneyGeneral has ba received rPlo m mformal nl nlfnrl ncrormal
fnrl formal complaint rmpllnt a I is yet t In regard r rd to the tinncrwvw theInO theiflcle4teq
InO ncrwvw filed fl1 by ly the Ih KuMern tAIIm trunk Irnk lin linor tine tiner met metr
or > r by the Ihl railroads ralr of Ohl > end Indiana IndianaIt IndlnaI
It I is i likely Iktly that lht the AttorneyGenera AttorneyGenerawill omyOener1wi
wi will participate prlol e in the Ib conference rnrrmc at the thitVhlte theWhite hl hlitl
White itl House 1I0u IIou on Monday londa between Jlwe Prml Prmllent pIdt lreilent
lent Taft and a a number oum1r of railroad rirod presi presilent preeljents
reta lent It I was wa learned Ilmf today that Presi Presilent Pidlt Preeitent
dlt lent Ripley Rply of the Rants tnta nt F Ke arranged arrangedhe arrange arrangehe 1 rd rdhll
he meeting with lh the Ih President I Iirould I II IIwould
wnlid would not nn surprise llrfrl many any here h re If I Mr MrTaft MrFall 11 11Taf
Taf Taft after r the Ib meeting mlUnl would hut i ilUtement a a81emnl jitatment
81emnl lUtement defining dfinl the h position p ilioD of the theJovernment IheI the3ovrnment
I Onmmlt Jovernment in this thl matter matterIt mi miI
I It I is reported prt here h on toad cod authorit authorithat allboriy allboriyht suthorityhat
hat the th railroad railrodl have h not got < < ot all 11 theli thelireigbtlnrreases thlrIrlibt theitrri
Irlibt rri reigbtlnrreases mtlnereases nta In vet 1 1p l11 to this thl time tlmhe Umh timehe <
he h road rd have h flied flrd increases inc on bulldln bulldlnnaterial buldlnl buldlnlI buildinlnateriale
naterial chemicals cbflII lumt Ilmhr Iiunt4r > er cost cl pe pero1eum J PsroIeism
I ro1eum and nria Its product pruct and ad other aim aimar shotar ll llla
la ar oommoditlM iities It is i understood thai thaihe thathe batIhe
omiUM
he intention of the railroad riro manager managerlas mRIIr mRIIrbl
bl las been bn to 0 file fl Ci schedule ehul of Increases Inc onondaluffs on oroodttuffs onroltut
roltut oodttuffs about abt July Jil 1 to become bce cprraIre opera opr oprU operaIre
U Ire on August AuCt I IA IA IAs
A As an a argument rcmtnt against alalot any campaign campaignn cmpla cmplaon
Government against againstate Ialntrate
on > n the part par of the Oonmlnt
ate Increases lnr through troulh trunk lrk line com cornnlttees comnlttee commlt <
mlt nlttee and nd associations alalon railroad rird mn mnhr men menMre menwee
attitude that th thnUrstate the theIDterat thenteratte
hr wee are r pointing plntnc to the tltue Iha <
IDterat nUrstate Commerce Cmmr ComntlMion Commllion has hasuaumed huu hasLuWnid
uaumed for lo yean toward this matter matterrbese mater matern mattertherm
n rbese u railroad rird argue rl that the t commie commieion cmml cmmlioo cornmijon
ion not nt only ha h Ku accepted acpt schedule lul ol olariiTa ott ofriu
ariiTa from the th agent pot of the trunk trnk tint tintwsociations tn tnulo fineiseneisUona
t wsociations but blt ha h encouraged Icrap the t filing filingif fln flnor
ulo
or if the he tariff trif through a single Inll Individual Individualind InylduI InylduIa
a ind not nl by each ec railroad rlr separately a rlly Morn Memen MornrI m mbn
bn > en rI of the th commission mmlllo admitted admit that tt this thliras thisvas hl hlwu
vas trite tn a as the filing nUn of a single iall schedule scheduleor aul
for or twentyfive or O more mor road r by b a single singlendlvldual singlendlvldual Inel
lodlvldul ndlvldual greatly pty facilitated facltt the th work wrk ol olhe orh ofhe
he h commission commialo and nd at a the th same IIr time tm de deTeased d doresied
for the railroads railroadsMemlwr railroadshlemnbers
I cJ Teased the h expense ap nlrda nlrdaIemllra
Memlwr Iemllra of the thl commlssionoontended commlssionoontendedlowever Ctmmlaloonlenll Ctmmlaloonlenllhoer
hoer that h this encouragement mourcmlt in inhe Inthe Inhe
he matter of a single la le Individual lolYI1 mini miniate nUncrt flUngales
rt ate for a group < P of road t In no way wayommltted wyomlU esyoTnmittfd
omlU ommltted the bt commission to the propo propoItlon prp propojtlott
alon Itlon of actual aclul rate making mklnl by com comnlttee cm cmml cornntttee
ml nlttee or association aUona Of court Ollf the thenember Ihemtb thetiembere
mtb nember of the commission emmlon have known knownor klon klonto
to or year Y that It I ha h practically ploly plolyImpbl been beenntponlble bep bepmpoesible
ntponlble for the railroad ralr to maketler makeK4r make makeheir
Impbl tler heir rate r In any ay other othe way wayThe wyne wayThe
The member b of the commission commaO have haved hv hvh haveiid
iid d complaint of violatIon Gloe of the thefeerman t teresan hee
opll
h feerman e eresan anil a1 antitrust trust act ae before ht them tem In Iniet In1M insest
1M iet of the te cases O that ht have he feeen N rained ralsdn nMd nMdI
O n the a Iii ground ef o uareaso Ub enreaseaablene ab4Be or orr f fate fate
I r ate lest I I tb comaiitslon eMle ha h has taken te Mt t tI ski skiGeetMiid
I 0 GeetMiid oe I eei r rw Peg Pegi
sal
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14Urnl 14 1tJfl1 frm con oIP n rKiiKnHFHniTn rKiiKnHFHniTnMrn 111 1 EIith WIT1 WIT1rl IJ lIT lITttIrl114
Mrn ttIrl114 rl > W Audlenef 11 TlietiKht 11llht It I Fir Firand flrand 1e 1eantanlII
and antanlII atunipeded taniM > lnl M tis lienirn If < 1 Kalnted KalntedThe Ylf VIfltfdThe I
The 11e audience uditnO which wllh Ailed 11 every e mat matIn iatin t
In the II Grand mOI Oprra Olr iwra lion nOl on Eighth Eighthavenue Eighthavenue lahlhl
avenue Inu yesterday afternoon afMon had reached rrachedthe th1 th1the
the inten intnsst st part prI of the tl play 11n heirshad heirs Metishad
had bd come rl l back > to the Ih home hor of Anton AntonVon A Asic1oJi I to I I
Von 01 ttaritig Rort David ald Warfllds rld inuslomuter rauaio rauaiomister muloI mulomuUr
mister muUr and nd was wa entreating IltrUnl the th gray grayhaired lry lryhlN grayhaired
haired hlN gentleman nllll to t say he hl was her herfather h htaher icr icrfather
father Th The eager Ir silence IIInN throughout throughoutthe throulhout i ithe
the theatre thu wa 11 was broken by a yell Ytl from the thetop Ih tie tietop
top gallery 1Iry Whoever Whovr yelled still itl Flgbt klghtiTb FlgbtThe
The Th Tb abeortied br > folk in the orchestra olhr and andbalcony 1111 1111Llloy aimilbalcony I
balcony Llloy thought It was Fire FireEvery FireEvery j jFnry
Every Fnry one Oe jumped up at 1 once and andrushed atimirushed
rushed rb for ro the h door In a minute every everyaisle eryal1 everyhale
aisle al1 wa 11 so a jammed Jammlllht list movement IOVhlt wo woImpossible wuImIIIII wasimpoesihile
Impossible ImpossibleDavid ImIIIII impoesihileDavid
David Warfleld Wrltllrl tried to shout hOII something somethingreassuring 111tlhil potmiethingreassuring
reassuring 4rill but no 10 one on lieyoud the front frontrow rrnt rrntrw frontrow
row rw heard h1 him hm him Fireman nIUII William Wilam Luau Luseof LIU LIUor Luauif
of if Engine ln 19 I detailed 114 In to 0 the Ih ii theatre thetr for forthe rurbe forthe
the be day fought l bl his wsy a up a aide Id sJsle sJsleand al aland alaland
and to it the stage UI His H riflelent voice voicedrowned vol vollrwoe voicedrowned
drowned lrwoe all other ollr noisrs noisrsII Dole Dolen > liee liee11e
II 11e yelled yIO flithtnot 11411 fjht not fire f shouted shoutedLiie shoutedImso aout1 aout1IUI
Liie IUI Keep KNll your YOI beads Sit lit down downTheres downTb downThiersa
Theres Tb no fire fre Kit down downIhe down1hll downThe
The fireman lmn foghorn focborl prucUmniion prucUmniionlialted rLaron
halted 1111 < 1 the audience nudlnC liwr 1rlnC Lawrence nc Audlmlt Audlmltthe AldlMIII AldlMIIItl mudboltthe
the tl theatres press p agent who had hit tried trlttlto rl
to 0 get t the orchestra IrchNlr4 to play something somethingsoothing Imhlll Imhlllathlnl somethingsoothing
soothing but 11 who ho had hJ found the Ih orches orchestra oro oreliesIra ¬
Ira ra gone to 0 the cellar ClIa for 10 a rfmoke now nowjolnel no nowJoinel
jolnel lnl the fireman fremn In teleosing winged wingedwordr wlae wingedword
1 word wor House 1018 Manager Swift lwlf and his hiseniployees hi hiemployee hi
employee nt the back bck of the Ih room rm sue successfully Mr sueceesfiiiiydatnmed
1 cessfully ceesfiiiiydatnmed flly dammed damt tbetideandaftera the bl ld tideand and afr aftera 0 while whilethe whilethe bl
the Ih audience udlnc sat II down downKU downfb downt1a
KU fb women womf were wr found lo haveitlnted haveitlntedThey bavelllnl bavelllnlTheY hveminte1They
They TheY were er laid llll In the 111 lobby and nd three threephysician threephysicIans h hpbyieln
physician were re sent nt for who ho brought broughtth trll broughtthevn < ht htbr
th thevn br vn to The Th play was resumed resumedMeanwhile rueuimedMenwhlle llm1
Meanwhile IMnwhl WllluTi Wiim F Purcell Plrll of Sin SinWest D 3 3West
West Wel Twentyseveuth Teyeuth street wee wa wall walling waitlog ¬
log 101 outside the tb theatre After fr tl Ile lie < e per performance prrortc er ertorrnance ¬
formance rortc he h pitched pllullno Into Michael lch1 Kenny Kennya Knn Knntckt
a ticket tckt taker ker in the he lop 101 galleiy 111 r Both Bothmen Ilh Ilhme Boilsomen
men me were we attested ta and nd taken In II the h old oldWeal oldW oldWest
Weal W Twentieth Twentelb street police 11111 stationThete station stationTbete tun tunThele
Tbete Purcell IrcU asserted Ied that tht some m time timego tm tmalo tintsgo
alo go Kenny had hd truck trck PurceDa Pu Ie crippled crippledbrother cllplf crippledbrother
brother brlher Purcell Purll had enteied the h theatre theatrewhile Iheal Ihealwhl theatrewhile
while whl the final 101 act le of The 11 Music Mister Misterwas Iulerwu
and had tackled Kenny KennyIt
was being tlll played pLar an bdlukl
thIs that thathad thtb thatbad
It was the t night Illh of engagement
had b led urn 1m gallery cal r god cor to bellow bellowFight 11
Fight eh
CIHSK f fU MI 41 1011 I lOl Oil IHIKII DtIiMIPlttsbar IHIKIIMllibarg 171 1711bDre
Mllibarg 1bDre t tOermD oagreMtnan May Hate 11 au nero Urrnnffrstrd UmPdnf neroDetested
Detested Pdnf In t Yelrrila Irl > i Primaries PrlmarlrtPrmiOKn PrimariesPrnusuho rlmaln rlmalnPmnlIO
PrmiOKn PmnlIO June Iun 4 i ungrrmnno < John JolirDalrell Julio1eleti I II
Dalrell I II had hd the h fight ChI of hi bie lit life i this IhL afternoon after afternoon ar arno
noon no and evening to retain reti bi his seat M1 in inCongre InCODe inCongress
Congress CODe and anr u i wl 1 require IIap su anOUflt u fflr fflrOJUnt m I IOunt
OJUnt to tt ascertain rtaln whether whIber he h hs h has de defelled d drnl defeud
felled rnl Dr K RI I Ulsck Dlalk for the Kepuhtleati Kepuhtleatinomination twpblin twpblinoomlnt tepuhllecnnontnatwn
nomination oomlnt n Df o fifteen 11e East t find nd die dietriet districts di ¬
tricts ml reported IMlr St t in If I P I M 1 Dalzell Dl ll had liadIKin hadimum
IKin 1111 vote o against vn tar Dr Black BlackThi BI1I BlackThis
This Is I Dslxells IIU stronghold trobold and od ha b will willhae wi willhate
hate Ilu to carry Irr a I much larger Irr majority majorityup mJory mJoryup
up to 1 t Ihe borough ouuideof I the city eitjin ft
in defeat Black Nothing SolhloA has been IxKflreported b beenreported
reported prt1 from frol McKpesport Idipr Hraddcck HraddcckTurtle Hraduiockhint rAledl rAledlTllrtl
Turtle Creek rll or Wllmerding Wllmtrdlnl where lb lbbtboring IbIbnrlnc the thelaboring <
laboring Ibnrlnc element supported ppnrt Blacks Blek ntndl ntndlUcr rnrtl ennitiilicy
Ucr ilicyReports UcrIteports
Reports from frm a 1 few f scattering 1tril ei eiIrdlin cii ciitructa < lis listricts
tricts Irdlin in the th lie boroughs Indicate that hl Black RUckand Blck BlckI Blackand
and IKI Dslull DlrlI are running rnninlltn even which wbih woitM woitMIndicate wntlitindimale na1 na1IndiI
I Indicate that bl Dalzell DalZ1 will wi nm nl lx Ihlnr bmhlnut bmhlnutWiikinbuirg > hlnd hlndWilkinsburg I
Wilkinsburg 1Ikllblrc which U i peopled pple by busineM busineMmen blJnM blJnMwi
men will wi give ai Dalzell 0171 a majority ma JorUy but butIt b bII butit
It Is a question whether it will wi be large Isrgfenough lrK lrKnousb largeenough
enough to overcome ovprm the Ih vote 01 in I the t large largeI lrar lrarbonuah largerboroughs
I boroughs of Braddork 8radlOk and a1 McKeeeport McKeeeportThe lcKpr lcKprTh
The Th worklngmrn of the th Edgar Aar Thomson Thomsontwl Thomo
twl works and the Ih army an of eroployeee eroployeeeof
of r the ht tie Westlnghoust interest inl reside rmldaIn
In Dalrell Dbell district rilrlc and nJ while whi the tb cor corporatlona rr rrpnlon morporations
poratlona pnlon did everything nrlhlnc It could tul to din dincourage Ii Iicourage 1
I courage ruraje Blacks BI k candidacy Inlhw it Is I reported reportedthat fIrtfl
I that tlll their efforts lort failed tI1 Till 111 was es esperisIIr t p ppeeislly
I In where tlwUOUO the th1
perisIIr II trite nl II MrKeetporr rfllr
UOUO 311 employers mply of it this 1 Sitlonal llonl Tube TubeWorks TulJ TuibsWorks i
Works WorkrHhJ reside resideIn
In the thelclll legislative r fight in which hllh Senator SenatorGeorge Solor SnamorGeorge 1 1Olle
George Olle T Oliver 011 and 11 exState < Stat Senator SenatorWilliam Snator SenatorWilliam
I William Wilam Flynn Yynn have u lie lwrn n csrrying allnl on onsn onn inan I
sn n acrimonious Acrimonlol campaign rampin for the h delgatlon dele delegation ¬
1 gation < llon Oliver Olvr candidate ndiIIt have nm nmahead runahead a
i ahead AOd of Flynns Yynna men I B Cook 01 onk candi candidate randitiats andldal ¬
date dal in the th First rlrt district dlarl la the th only man manstved mann1 mansaved
saved to Flynn The Th polUt Illlh the primaries primarieswas prmr II
was the h largest Ilt since an pronal persons frnalrallrl frnalrallrlI registra registration ¬
I tion lon ho h has been I In ii vngua cu In lit Ih cities rll In InthisStstt inthis
thisStstt thisStsttCongressmsn IhlHtatCODrHman this Mists MistsCongressman I
Congressman CODrHman W II I Graham has h been blD blDdtttf beendefeated Iwndefeated I
defeated dtttf for nomination nomioton by W II Porter PorterFMNKLIN rortrNIL PorterSiNPCLIN
FMNKLIN SiNPCLIN NIL Pa June Junl t Returns nflun re received ccmpivet ¬
ceived tlrI up I to I midnight ml < ntlh indicate indlNte that Net Nelson XI XIln Neteon ¬
son ln P Wheeler hI the Ih present Congressman Congressmanhas rnllmn rnllmnha
has ha ha defeated treI Joseph C Hlhley Sibl a former formerCongreMmsn fonr fonrI formerCongressman
I Congressman COnKrmall for to ih thie Republican nlIbU n Con Congressional Con1llon1 Congrrnional ¬
gressional 1llon1 nomination nnmlnatn in the b Twenty Twentyeighth Twentyeighth I Iilhth
eighth Pennsylvania district dlalrlr by b a majority majorityof majorityofOO I
of ofOO SOD SODf
I II
I f 7 riir Tlr T1I COILS lonI of a 4 no noAttendant W4 1104tttendnt I
Attendant mnt at sn n Animal Know ow Helmed Helmedby nlrald I IIr
by Ir b Harking 1alne the Mincles 1 of the Herpent HerpentAliuxr N erpentAutexy
Aliuxr June 4 Pant in the coll 011 of a amonster amonater I ImooIe
monster mooIe boa ba constrictor conatretr which was slowly slowlycrushing aolr aolrre slowlycrushing
crushing re his h legs and nd body ory John W WMcCarthy WMcCarthy
McCarthy Itrh an attendant Uendnt In an a animal anlmhw anlmhweahlbl show showexhibiting showezhibltlng I
exhibiting eahlbl nl on n Broadway rodw had h an a ex experience p pPfc ixperienc ¬
perience early thi this morning that hl he h will willnot wii wiihot willnot
not Pfc soon ln forget But for the th alertness aen of ofBert ofBert I
Bert Bt Christian Crltan and ad two other othe men McCar McCarthy McCarthy leu leuthy ¬
thy would woud have been b crushed rlhe to t death deathIt cth
I It was shortly artl after r I oclock ocock when whenMcCarthy whenMtCanhy han hanI I IIn
McCarthy I arthy started tar to t clean ran the th large pit pitIn pl pitin
I In which whic the boa b wa u confined ollllnrd He n had hadbeen h hadbeen
been b warned roe by the te manager m not Pt to at attempt attempt I
I tempt to enter ete the tb pit under r any cir circumstances er ertlmtO drcitmatance ¬
cumstances tlmtO but blt to use us long tl handled handledbruhe hande bandiedbrushes I Ibrth
brushes brth McCarthy Itrthy however bey neglected neglectedto Dellee I
to 0 obey order orde being tlDIID In a hurry hur he b said saidand ad adj aIdand
j and be hIMp leaped into the pit pit Without Witut warn warning wa warnlog ¬ I IInl
log the snake snapped at him and ad the thefang Ih Iht thefangs
t fang taD < < caught llbln in inthu the Ih np sleeve alof of hi h left let arm armtearing a apan armtearing
tearing pan away the cloth and scratching scratchingthe catmlnl catmlnlt
t the flesh fh badly biy McCarthy 3crtby attempted attemptedto ttmptf
to I jump aside < itl but bl was 1111 not nt quick enough enoughto lou b
It to 1 avoi 11 d the serpent lel wbichflulckly wound woundItself wOlo1 wOlo11IIIr woun4itself I
Itself 1IIIr around lo1 him several 1al time timeMcCarthy tImesMderthy
1 McCarthy ahy wa thrown thwn to 0 tb the bottom blom of ofthe otI ofthe
I the pit pit where wh be struggled tlled desperately desperatelyto wply wplyI
to tt free rr himself hlml Ills I lii danger dance wu readied readiedby relzed relzedby
I by Christian Chfta who 11 ho heart he hi h his cries mi and andwith andwith andwith
with other othe he hI leaped lep Into Int th the pit one oneman on onman oneman
man armed ae with a deaver cMye and nd others otherswith otbel otbelwith othaawith
with knives knl Christian ChUa quickly qucly hacked hackedthe hce I Ithe
muscle of th the bo boa until the
the muaN te b unt serpent serpentrelaxed Mnt Mntruo serpentrelazed I
relaxed Its I bold hld allowing allq McCarthys McCarthysbody Ileay
ruo b body to be drawn dwn from rr the t pit t II I He was watfaint wasfaint i
faat faint and ad drfppthgwith dripping drplwlt with perapirathonThe peroration perorationThe
penpr
The snake a which was wa then tm killed kle was waaabout wa wasihout
about bt twentyeight eht fe feet e t long I and tweaty tweatylxlnehe4mek we twestyiii
alla iii lxlnehe4mek ineheigiti i umfrenee ere The manager manageraid l
sal aid 1llwnatf 1llwnatfI It ttwuyslnidatttsO ttwuyslnidatttsOKamseets wa valued at MO
Kamseets t view t ef H fled fledp9 oV
I l p9 t bis 1 Des w wit sseea
it
11
RAID RAI WITH ITII SLEDGE SLEDE AND AD AXE AXEox AXEIl11cl I IUfn I
Il11cl Ufn ox n run TI ROOF TOO TO TOa Tf TOror I
lT ror a i MtiLKRS nLR weir isc4rtIuy weirMassy TC4rl TC4rlCI
Massy CI Mare Pt In I nest et 4IU ht Nlreet tHttIAWHt Where Wherethe IhberPthe
the tIAWHt iewe iwNt l Relfl flit t Mt il isfl aSI BefrMjtra BefrMjtrater Rerl
ter Deer Da Unite ld flait t te Beuiatwd Be Amstnednef nal Iktere Ikterethe ur urIhe ere ereIhe
Ihe Inner In Shrtne rte Ceulit ald sold lie le 0 Reached ReachedTbe nllt nlltT flraehMThe
The T police IMI e raided raldl a gambling pmbln house bal at atM t
23 235 M Wet Fortyfirst oynt street 1 yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeery yeeryflmoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon using llnlllllhe all the metho method current currentIn cllmnt cllmntIn
In the old ol day dy There were 1 axe aat and andbroken ansiliroketi DII DIIlrkffi
broken lrkffi door 011 attempts templa to 0 break 111 away awayacron awayaerosi wy1r
acron 1r the roof rf and IDd gumshoeing by bydetective IydII bysletectives
detectiveThere dII dIIThn detective sletectivesThere
There were about aout 100 men a In the room roomwhich Ilm Ilmblch roomwhich
which blch wa on tbe second Id floor dor of Ir the build building buid buidIn buildtog ¬
tog In at 1 7M 7 West Fortydrst Forfnl street r t over oVtrlra a agarage agarage
garage lra run 110 the police poll think by Paul PaulKelly PulKelly PattiKelly
Kelly who It known know n 1 eta a gang r leader leaderThe lar lar11e leaderThe
The 11e players Ili of illicit 111 game pM were wer bonded bondedtogether hd hdlo handedtogether
together lo < lhr under Ilor the name of the th Merrick MerrickWheelmen Merck Merckllelmlol MerrickVheelniene
Wheelmen llelmlol Club but 111 the I police piO say IY they theydidnt Ibydldnt theydidnt
didnt find Ild any bicycle bicycleTwo bleyelTo bicycleTwo
Two policemen pllOma have h been going to the theplace IheplO thepLace
place plO every ry day ly for the Ih pan pt week or so soand 1 1ad sosutil
and ad they say II they had Ild no n trouble at t all alllaying al alylne alllaying
laying ylne bet bt on 1 horses bo Inspector lopo Me lieluky McClusky MeHuskys
Huskys s men got warrant warnt yesterday yeatcrdaymorning YMery YMerymomln yesterdaymorning
morning momln from Magistral Herrman Herman for forthe rurhe forthe
the he arrest of live Jv men and ad the ht plans plo were werlaid werelaid wereIsid
laid for the capture yesterday afternoon Uemon
Inspector lnapclor McClusky lclky and Cspt Cpt Ib IAy isbey isbeyof y yof I
of the t WI1ryotb Vett Thiriyseventh street tl station stationwent stationwent talon talonwnt
went to the hl place pi In a lexical Inlcb Fifteenplain Fifteen Fifteenplain Iftn Iftnlliain
plain clothes cill men ln were r in the offing so soas a soas
as to 0 lie e useful uaful when the Ua time 1m came Home Homeof Hm Hmor
of them went up on the roofs on the th For Fortieth Fortleh Fortietli ¬
tieth street It side Id of the b block lk in order orr toLie to tolie 0 0I
lie I ready ady In case Cle there lb was a brmkawiy brmkawiyacrtns bfkwIY bfkwIYI
across I the h housetopsThe housetops hgualop11tW
The 11tW two policemen plCllmen who have blelo been going goingto 101011
to the II place plc looking 101101 for evidence Idnc were wereintide wereinside re reinlda
inside a au usual 111 when the h detectives dtcly detctiveaappated sp sppe p p1Wret
pe 1Wret red They Th y wire Patrolmen WaUb WaUbaud Wlshanti lh lhu1
anti u1 Pagan an of Ir the lb West et Thlrtyeeventh Thlrtyeeventhstreet Thlrtyntt
street t station They were re to wait wlt until untilthey unti untilthey
they hoard hr sounds allOda of a fuss tu down Iown stairs stairsand allnad stairand
and ad then tln to t arrest rt those bo Inside InsideThey Illd insideThedldnt
They Tb Thedldnt didnt dldl have bar long Inl to 0 wait wl Capt CaptLahey Cptlhy CaptlAkey
Lahey and nd the Inspector Ilpeeor appeared apprd at t tIclk 1O 1Ooclock l loclock
oclock Iclk according acrnl to schedule eladul They Theyfound ThyfOln TheyfoUnd
found fOln a man known kw cc Kid Beelie De a aPhiladelphia O OPldelpha ahThilsdelphla
Philadelphia Pldelpha priraflghter He le later lwr gave gavehi cuehi gavehis
hi his name as I Charles bane rie Beether lher saying Ilnl that thathe thatlee bathf
he hf was WI a I salesman ulman living at It Wet
Eleventh lnntl street streetltvrthwr tr t tIWcttwr
IWcttwr said Id there was nothing doing doingttit Ioinl Ioinlhlllbwlpolmeadthw doinglit
lit hlllbwlpolmeadthw the I wo policemen said there was The Thewerereenforred Thy Thyer Theywerereenfurced
werereenforred er f1 by b aims am e cne of the Ih waitlni waitlnidtttctive wallo wallodelIH waitinjdetectives < <
Samuel Dun Dunston Dunst9n
dtttctive One of them Smue 11 11tn
ston tn started lartl after ara a plate glove II doorwill doorwillasieettImmr door clrwLh clrwLhIetlllmmr wit I Iattedzrliatntner
attedzrliatntner Ietlllmmr He Hsmiedbiasim missed mlt his hi si Im tn one oneor 000 000or onceor
or twice tc and succeeded n < a In carving < nln a lone lonislit lonlI lonemitt
slit I In hi Jl Jiis hand hlDl1 which a doctor dcor had ti tiImp 10 10fs Uflu
fs flu Imp ImpThe up upThe
The 11 ln lopor lnsp4cor p ctor and 0L bit hi men tct got in 0 with without without
out 01 more mre moradobut ado but bt at allhe the thebeadot bead he of the stair stairthey staintile 1lreth
they th tile found the th sort Ir ol door Lr which the tbipolice thepolice be bepolc
police polc call al au Icebox 01101 door dor It wai waiheavy wuhaY waheavy
heavy haY enough ollah tn 0 keep kt them tha standini standinifor tdna tdnatM
for a time tmf ubile w hlll bile they bl beat bt at t it I with wih I Ipledge a ahd auledge
fount fountanother roundanohr foundanother
pledge hd hammer mmP Behind It I they
another door dor and 0clhl thi this too to had to b b be brokei brokeidown brko brkodow brokeastown
down downMeantime stownhhsutinte 0 01aullle
Meantime 1aullle Walsh and nd Fagon ca had tokthe tok 101 tokithe
the lb men in the lb plane pl to bold hld up tbeii tbeiilismU Ibr Ibrhnla the1ihands
hands Most IOt of them didnt obey oby one onestarted ad ad1r and andstarted
started 1r for the scuttle Iltl Fagan and hii hiitartner hiparer hiedrew
parer tartner drew dr their tlllr guns but hii that didn didnserve dld dIdntsi
serve Ie si ve aa much of a deterrent dtt either ftba ftbamalnd II IIremained I Iremained
remained for Dstecti Dtotltrjan DtectivrslTrojan vesJTrojan and lie liedell li hi hidell
dell d1 who had ha climbed lmb to the tb roof rr nf tin tinhoiiMi tlll thehouse
house 01 on Fortieth Foieh street t to shoo ho then thenback IhamIck themheck
back Into the room tlO They 11y had some somitrouble Ime Imeltll somettouttle
trouble ltll doing It but utter II a while whl the theown Ihn thimen
men n tiled back backThe iok iok11e backru
The 11e ru 11 poltc it mad only tIle arrests called callnfor e111 calledfor
for 10 in l the h warrants rrota The 1le men m taken bn Uthe U toh t43the
the h West Thirtyseventh Thltolh street tr station statiorwere stationwec taton tatonwr
were Beecher Id who was charged with withbeing wIthbeing 1 1Iinc
being the Ih doorkeeper dorkupr of f a poolroom poolroomdiaries plroom poulinomharks I
diaries rVrlmon rhnn known koow as a Whltey hly of 4i 4iWest IA IAW t tWest
West W < t Thirtyninth street who ho woi woicharged 111 waeharged
charged with being lnl the proprietor prt Prol > > > rietor tor of the thiplace te tepLac theplace
place pLac and Michael icl Bums Dur of 34 34s 4I Weal WesiFottr WealFottyeiath at atFOtyIlh
Fottr FOtyIlh l th street rt and Morris Iom Auerbsch Auerbschboth Aure Auerbachboth
both of whom were charged crt with wih belnifarit being blol blolfall beingtarn
tarn fall hank dealers The Ather lh mere meregave merely mlye
gave a e their tI name nameThe nmI nameaIlie
The 11t police pIO carted away wly a couple rllple cii ciipatrol < v vpatrol r rprol
I patrol wagon wIO loads lo of ftfro fl layouts chip chipracing chiP chipsracIng
I racing rcnl a sheet and other paraphernalia paraphernaliaThe praperal
The racing rcne sheet 1e showed loed beta bl ranging rsnginjfrom ranllnr rangingfrom <
from r 71 te to sun 10 which whic ii the police polC pointrd pointrdto
to n a as Knowing that tha It waiSt wa t a cheap cheapplace cheappiac hlpplaC
place placennnsKi plaC plaCnnnUIT piacnon
nnnUIT non nnnsKi KIT M 14IF40Tlfr 14IF40TlfrTIIeor u4rnzir Aim nor IICKXSK IICKXSKTtieoderr iirevwTheodsrp
TIIeor Ttieoderr Jr Jrt at the thl CIt CI > Hall 11OIr 11OIrI hlstlflaehelr hlstlflaehelrDinner Darhelef Darhelefnmnrr
I Dinner Dlor Last Mghl MghlTheodore 11 tghtTheodore
Theodore Tlelo Roosevelt Rnl Jr called cale at t the thertty te teCir thelIly
with Miss Eleanor EleanorButler Eleanorflutter
Cir lIly Hall lal yesterday tfrdy 1 Jfor Jfor8ulle
Butler Alexander Aleadr and obtained ohllneod th the license licensepermitting lo lopnlllhl licensepermitting
permitting the tbelnllf matrlage of the Ih two which whichIs whle
pnlllhl
Is to take lak place pla on June Ju 20 O The Te young youngman youocmn youngman
mn man gave p Oyster Oyle Bay ly a as his hi residence residencewrote rMldtc rMldtcwrole residencewrote
wrote that tt he h wa 23 2 year yera old and a that thatby thatby
I by occupation Opto he 1 was wa a manufacturer manufacturerMia muracUf
Mia I Alexander application pplcato said al that thatthe thatshe ht hth
the h wa wu 31 Th t The couple were accom accompanied am amI acooinpanied ¬
I pnied panied by Frederick felcl I Collins CoUn private privatesecretary pln plnI privatesecretary
I atary secretary to t Collector OUeor Loeb Lb Mr Yr1et itoegeveil Roqae Roqaevelt
1et veil maid ald that after h a honeymoon trip tip In Inthe late inthe
te the South Sh he and his bride be would wld go td tdCalifornia t tI WlaIlfornia
I C1101 California where wb he will wl take te charge ct of ofthe orIht oflb
lb the Western office ofc of the carpet crllufa crllufaI manufacluring manufac manufacturing ¬
turing concern ono In I which whic he his baa b an a Interest InterestMr
I Mr Ir Roosevelt Rvllt gar hi his bachelor bachelorlinner blor blordloner bicbslortinner
linner last Lt night olrl at t Debnonlco DebnonlcoIlls olonlco
111 UI Ills guests U1 Included InohJf Evelyn Ei Du D Pont PontIrving Pol PolOro PontIrving
Irving George Oro Emlen Fml Roosevelt Rnlt and andMonroe andSlonroe nd ndJofoorO
JofoorO Monroe Douglas DIL Robinson RbP him hi h cousins cousinsEliot ouo cousinsEliot
Eliot Cutler Cllte E Morgan 110rp Gilbert Oll Ilamll IlamllIon Ri
Ion Fish Fab Jr Francis Fcl Roone Re John Jon W Whitler WCtler Wcutler
I Ctler hitler Grafton Ori Chapman Oapm and ad Fulton FultonTutting Fultonullnl PultonLutting
Tutting ullnl all 1 of whom will Wl assist Ut him himI aa aaet aset
I bl > et man m maii and ad usher ue at a hi marriage ma to toUlss I it itIlles
MIN Ulss Eleanor rKor Butler Butl Alexander Aleodeo on Monday Mondayfun 10 Mondaytime
I
fun 20 2 There The were Wer aim 1 outside ould guest guesthe lel gusetshe
he h dinner being bn of twentyfour twerlytou coverTb cover con1e corersTbbrlde
Tb 1e Tbbrlde bride brid will wi beatten4ed be attended atte by b Mr Jre Snowlen Snow Snowlen 8w 8wden
len FahnMtook Faetl a U tnatron ttr of honor hnor and andhe andtbe andhe
tbe he Miese Mi Isues Ethel Roosevelt RI lt sister Ia of the theridegroon t thurldgroo
bridelQ > ridegroon and a Harriet Ile Alexander Alnadr and andFanetta andJanfta andfanetta
Janfta Fanetta Alexander Aluade her he cousins cou Joust JeeaUUillington Je JoustIilll
Drake and Jean Walter DeSf0 De Deano
111111 Iilll Uillington tgton D ad Je Walt D
alec Included la the list of bride brideanalds bridenIdi
I Lo ano are r 1 loluo I thell bd bdI
I mld nalds Afterward Ara the bride brde mother motbtrHr motherlire
Mr lire Hr Henry 11r Addi Add Addison ja Alexander Alon will willIre wl willilve
I Ire a reception roe at the d retideae J of Mr Mrirxl N Nu Mrmd
u a irxl Mr Un Oarle al B Alexander Alad U t the bride brjdsamele bridemola b
J U mele mola and d aunt a t 4 West W nftyeigbta nftyeigbtaitnet nytl
I itnet Toe T Tb Rev B Dr D Henry M K flanders fiaaderM 8 flanderswho
w1 who 10 erni Ski usreeeuny I tea 1t groat groatae4e
ae4e M of o pe Wat J Almndir A and M t M K will WN WNb be beurtrted hilusiateJ
urtrted by b ski Mrr B as Dr D GerefeB KuneN KuneNN eewflIf
a If Cd cranfeid N t 3
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Increasing J ncrsfng cloudiness cloudine followed folowed by showers shower to today to toI ¬
I day da showers shower tomorrow tomGw variable varable winds windsFORTYEIGHT windsFORTYEIGHT lnds lndsFOUTYEIGHT
FORTYEIGHT PAGES PRICE PROE FIVE FIE FIVECENTS CEXTS
HOttTirVlTVnAL llOflTICtLTfJI14LZU4tKLIST llOflTICtLTfJI14LZU4tKLISTfleles ftrlTfntL BLACKLIST BLACKLISTciel DlfILUT DlfILUTIIt
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These TM n tb b Wenl O OUe Them Tf a flake BaheVBwroarr nMI flakeNuwrorr
NIWPI VBwroarr R I June 4 tTh The high cost costof ct ctor costof
of living 1lnl baa b mode Itself URI apparent to the tbeassistant thelll theaesistant
mae
assistant gardeners employed upon up the theestate IbeI theestates
lll preot and andthey andhy andthey
estate I of the summer amm residents Ildeol here
they have asked ed for an n Increase Irln In their theirwage tbelrwc theirwage
wage Male Ie On a majority mJorlt of the estate estatethe Mt estatesthe I
the h Increase Inc of W 1 h a month monlt asked kl for was wasgranted wucnhc wasgranted
granted grantedEary cnhc grantedFary
Eary tn I th the woe week 11 > k the assistant ilnl gar gardenera far fardoer gardiners
doer union announced onounc that ti th the b increase increasehad Incr Increasehail
had not been ho granted Iran am a yet 1 by MrRobert Mr MrRobert Ira IraRrt
Robert Rrt Goslel Olet Edward FAwa J Berwind Driod MrT Mr M MT MrsT
T O Richardson Ico K I r Wilson Wlln and Col ColJohn rol ColJohn
John Jacob Jrb Astor AstorSince Alo AstorRince
Since Sc then tb th the union lolon ha I has added ae the thenames thenames b
names PM of Mr Ira Vanderbilt Vandrblt Mrs 1 J P Her Hernoohon Kerno Keynooban
noohon and Perry Perr Belmont Dlmont to the list listToday lialToy listTodaythe
no
Today Todaythe the h head be headgardener gardener pleoet at the Breakers Breakersthe Breaen Breaentbe
advertiaud for five fiveMiatanta fiveaesistant
the Yauderbitt uerbilt estate Mlat IIrtl fye fyeletanl
Miatanta letanl at t the old ol wage WIC scale 1 KO J a amonth amQolb amonth
month monthIOXGWOItTII mQolbIOIRTI month1OXGIIUIITII
IOXGWOItTII IOIRTI OfT OF U TIIF T1l tt I t trtle It Itrltei K Knrtlrt
nrtlrt rtle rltei That 1t He I Will ti Met lie I a Ianiltilste Ianiltilstefer tandllt tandlltfr
for Ceierner rer ef 1 Olile OlileClNTIXNtrt 0411Cgxencan Oll OllCNcnnun
ClNTIXNtrt CNcnnun June JUD 4 Ill Ii a letter l tr made madepublic mil milplbl madepitbli
public plbl today oy to We eieu Crippey his hi busi business bll 15151ness ¬
ness 0 agent Cot In II Cincinnati Cncnat Congressman CongressmanKick ofman ofman1k ongresamanNick
Kick Iongwortli says ay that tht h he is I not a acandidate araldt acandidate
candidate raldt for the h Republican ltpublcn nomination nominationfor nmlnlon nmlnlonfor
for Governor Oovro and that lht under Indlr no circum circumstance circeimstances rlm rlmtnO ¬
stance tnO would tie accept Ift the h nomination nominationIf nminlon nminlonIt
If It were tendered lendr him liy y the bl Republi Republican Ilfubl ¬
can a State convention rnnllon at Columbus COllmll next neatmonth nextmonth IInlmonlh
month monthI
01 I prefer to remain mln in Congress and nI
under unci no circumstance crlltal would woul I Irn Irnant Isent con consent I
sent ant to go fo Into the Gubernatorial ttt Olhmllra race raceYou rI raceYou
You 01 will wi kindly kloclT deny to my friends thai thaI th
I 11 am In i the th race r in any uy way says Mr MrIxuigworth MrIongworth 11 11IAporh
Ixuigworth IAporh It I is I expected espeted that h hici > wit wilbe wii withe
be beln In Cincinnati neDrllhortlyalerJllyl shortly after July I tateibe tatei 1lprbe Letcihe
be will 111 go East for the 11 summer summerii4rfrtvr atmmtr slimmerll4fth14T
ii4rfrtvr 114 UT on 17 Fon nu or I nninr nninrnichmond I nnhiarfllehmond n r rmO
nichmond mO Va a Wonts an Mrs lr 1 lUiulll IAml Whs WhsNailed WhuNailed
Nailed 11 hue Kurepe p Yrsterda YrsterdaKtrnuoNo rsterdaHICUUONU tn >
KtrnuoNo RtcnloP June 4 A warrant wrrnl wai walIssued waiIssued WI
Issued IAN hem h today toy for Mis J Page Pal AyletRoyall Aylet tyleIlRoyall
Royall 1 whoa WbO marriage mrr to Barker rkr Gum Gummere Oummere Gummere
mere Hsraill lmi ltamiiiofTrenton of Trenton Tlnton X J lienTlmr lienTlmrday b htreThtirsday Tht
day dy night nlal was WI on one of the tb most l0t notable notabliWeddings notablwadln notableddings
Weddings wadln known here In many IDIY IDIYT years yearsThe yearThe
The T document domot aa made me out requires flirb rieuire the thipresence thepresence
presence POe of Mls 11 Page r < e Aylett Aylll Royall Royalll loylI loylIberore lloyall1110cc
l berore fore Justice JuUC Crutchfleld Crcbleld to answer n the thicharge thethargo he herlIe
charge rlIe of operating nperalnl an n automobile Ulomohl with without without Ih IhOtt
out Ott the theproJ proper lights lightsAt lebl leblAt
At the lb moment mment the police pl clerk cerk waimaking was w wmAllnl wasmaktng
making mAllnl out the th warrant wrnt a steamship etnamshipbound steamshipbound mbll
bound bOlnd for Europe lroP was leaving New SlW York Yorlbearing Yorkrlnl Yorkbearing
bearing rlnl Mr and nd Mrs I Hamlll laml The po policeman 11 policeinan ¬
liceman who made the complaint dldni dldniread didntread Idntd
ma compint
read d the h society aely columns elumna of the tl paper papenand pPfn pPfnnd paperand
and nd knew kn nothing about ah lt the marriage marriagen rmle rmlef
n f nixie n r tEll nI nIOprlf ILL ILLnneraled IIIOperated
Operated Oprlf no at t the th Fs4relnl affll and 11 > eI eIBpeteI l lKtpeelert t tnpet
Ktpeelert npet t te Herat Rtl ner nerO er erO
O Henry ltnry the writer rlr of short stories storieswho storIeswbuuoa1eam WI WIwhoH
who whoH wbuuoa1eam n a leSydney ydD Porter P 4i 4icritically f Iicritically
critically Mlcaly ill i In the Polyclinic roylinlo hospital HospitaIn 10pili 10piliIn
In East t Thirtyfourth Tlrtlotrth street His i lii phy physlcian phyIlrn physimian
simian Ilrn Dr Charles Cri Russell RUllanrl Hancock said naiflast ald saidlast
last 11 night that 111 there wa a small amll hope ol olhis or orbit ohhtie
his recovery Iry He le went aot to the hospital ocFriday onFriday on onFrly
Friday afternoon aflemon and nd an n operation oPfrlon was waiperformed wasperformed u uPfrlorm1
performed that night His I wife Ire was wainotified 11 11nolfed wasnotified
notified nolfed and lod it I now 001 on her hf way from fromsouthern tromIOlthem fromsouthern
southern IOlthem California CaliforniaH7 Clronal Californialila
H7 1101 lila 7ir I tfl r ricKroTKrT IflrOflrT srsrrw srsrrwDeleetliM S1STEl1tktetttHs 17r 17rtIHIhf
DeleetliM tIHIhf Hay r Mrs natolasaa nlW Hlgnalleil HlgnalleilHrr icatl
tier I Husband lbl When to teal HlealHarry Ifllarry tealharry
Harry larry Robinson Rbln of1332 of tin 1S Second Ind avenue areniifand avenueand 11 11and
and a young olnc woman who said Id she h was waihia washis
his hi wife wit were In the tb Tombs Tob court rurt yester yesterday yesterday ter terda ¬
day da charged cbl with jostling Inpra InpraIn > ao engen engenin
in the he subway train between 1 Fourteenth Fourteenthand Foulenlh Foulenlhand
and Ninetysixth street on Friday Frday evening eve evening n nniDI ¬
ning ningDetectives niDIDlec Detectives Dlec Cray and Savage rel who whohad wboI whohad
I had bac the th pair pll under Inr observation for hall hallan hir hiran halfan
an hour told lol Magistrate facalrate Iorrigan Iomea that thatthere thatthere ht htw
there was w a code r of signals cnl by mean meantof meanor meanof
of which hich tbe woman told her tompanion liertompanlonwhen tompanionwhen tmplon tmplonwhn
when to work Cray ray said aiclhat that when he heseized healz heseized
seized alz Robinson Rblna at Ninetysixth NioetyalllhI street streetRobinson streetItobinson
Robinson lobloan passed paa to 0 the h woman a roll rol of ofhills orbi ofbills
I hills bi which she h dropped dropp on the tl platform platformThe
The money mone amounted aolmte to fcl fclMrs S 5 5Mrs
Mrs Ire Robinson Rbnaon was released rel in tlOfti tlOftiiKnd 11 its itsbonds
bonds pending rodnl an n examination ealOton and her herhusband hrI herhusband
I huLnd husband wa w sent ot lo the lb Tomb In de default d dI ditfault ¬
I fault raul of that amount amountIn aouol
In IW4 Robinson wa 11 freed fr on sus suspended u upand upended ¬
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pand pended sentence antne after aler conviction lnlelon for forpocket rorpk forpocket
I pk pocket picking pickingOVKS pekln peklnI pickingoxis
m OVKS nnos ro n ru ruUrcrtt FII FIIrCHI rsiic rsiicIrgest
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I In hand of flrcehrrs flrcehrrsKANSAS nflun nflunI 81vtheraKaNsas
KANSAS Kul CITT Cnl Mn Jun 4 The Jones JonrBra JOONDrO JonesBros
I Bra DrO Dry 0 Good Go Company omplny the largest largestdepartment larKt larKtdprtmnt largestdepartment
in Hanson City covering coveringK
dprtmnt department store to Ka lYfrlna lYfrlnaa
a block blok of ground aund and lnd owning ownlolllrl a large mail mailorder mal mailorder
o order house went Wlt Into 101 I the t be hands of re reDriver noOra Yets4vre
Ora Driver appointed ppinlf by b the Federal Feal courts courtsIbis cout courtsIbis
Ibis hl morning morln Backward lckward apring png trade tradegiven tradela
la given no a the cause CU The Te receivership receiverships tlnhlp tlnhlpI
I is s a friendly rrdly proceeding proceedingThe Inl InlThe
The creditor cilo are n mostly mOly bank bk The Theloset T TI Thuemits
a emits are r worth woh more mo than th ttonoooo ttonooooind cnoooo cnoooosod OO
I and tha lb liabilities ILablllM are a placed pla close clo to totIiGct 0 0ltto
ltto 11400000 The TIt store alor will wi continue otlnue Just Justu JI JIult
ult u It I is
I
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It Pant ral Judge Jale Rend l Lp and D Mar fi fiab Nut Hoticrtber Nutscribe
ab scribe Mutt Ho Pay I for Beek Beek8r B DauhtaST
8r 81 PAUL PAm PoxMinnJune Mian lIP June I iIn In 1 hi hlJulcl1 hlJulcl1catT his Judicial Judicialcapacity judicialcapacity
capacity catT Judge limit lann of the te chi branch branchof bra
of the t Municipal lulopl Court Cur read a BaUaoi BaUaoiDroll Bl BaixacsDroLlStorIes
Droll D18rtlwk DroLlStorIes Stories tbl thiaweek week to t fortify rorf himself himselfwith hlmlr hlmlrwt himselfwith
with wt correct 0 Information Ilorlo for f a decision decisionToday deloo delooToy decisionToday
Today the Judge Juo pronounced prooou those thosestories to totr thosestories
and liable to exclu exclusion uxciuslon
stories tr literature lteratur a not libl t ¬
sion 10 from th te mall mall a u violation 101on of Motion Motion4t4 aO section4ts4
4t4 I revised r1 law In of Minnesota Ilnn 1P06 1P06The tl l6The
The plaintiff pWtll in 1 the te action aon was a Cin Cincinnati Ci Ciiicinnatt ¬
cinnati clPaU firm dr that tat deal de1 In subscriptionliterature subscription eubecriptionliterature upUo
literature letr the th defendant dtet A F Osterland Osterlandof OWLd OWLdor
of St Paul the t amount mot Involved l1oln lS t th thprice the thepo theprice
price Osterland Ol bad contracted at to pay payfor PTror payfor
for po a complete oomplt Nt et of Bdltao Ilzo thlrtyoU thlrtyoUvolumes tlrE tlrEvolum thirtyaixvolumes
volumes OfUrUnd had refused to
volum OWI h rl pay paysaying payurnl paysaying
saying that tI he h found rod the t bn book to be b unfit unfitfor tt ttrC unfitorhia
for urnl rC orhia hi hl family book bk al sKein hl ve and ad a aof violation violationof Iolt
of the t law La referred rrr to t n Ho admitted admittedhowever ait admittedhowever
however hofr that tt he h knew kn befure btu1he bfo he ordered orderedthe o orderedthe
the th Butane Bll set lt that tt the t atorle at were w not notexactly Dot1a notexactly
exactly 1a Sunday Bny reading readingThe readhngThe alal alalT
The T Judge Jul hold that tI the te stories tr are ar bad badIf ba badIf
If a nan m wan wanl wants tn to look lk at them Im lo I that tt way waybut w waybuthe
but buthe he h also a decWedttat de decided u that they ths r are a1tr literature literatureas4
Lad they tr should aul not be b vxeteded n from the themall 1 themalls
mall mL aad thus 1 kept ket frees rrM those 0 high highmta4ed kl highesledid
mta4ed I person pr who wo want WIC to read ra them tfcemfer t themfor
for fe WM literature 1 tar t to I I to them them3ea themp
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TO DISSOLVESUGAR DISSOLVE DSSOLVE SUGAR SUGA TRUSTUOITISXVEXT TRUST TRUST0orejivjfEvr TUST 1 1OOlEllVUEVT I IEl
0orejivjfEvr TO DEOIX A AVfJIF Avr
VfJIF El WIT IUT AOAIXST 4GA iThas IT ITHo 1 i
Ho 111 Il II Ikin i Gathering llte Bitdrnre EJN for alt altOt l lSleoths 1Miths
Sleoths Ot te I Jhew w That Tt It I Is I Monepellf MonepellfIng Jepll ifonepsitkig
Ing Ie the Trade T ef t the Country Cotl In I b Sugar SugarIn lap
In I Ylelatlon laU a T the ti Kherman thrao Law LawV Lw LwUICarmr LawAR1tYXaTo1
UICarmr AR1tYXaTo1 V June Ju 4 4Tho The Depart Department Dprt Departmont ¬
ment of Justice JulC has h decided dedf to begin hc a ault ault asuit
suit ult against pll th thl the American Aaeric Sugar Sur Refin Refining J1 flefinlog ¬
log lo Company Cpy for It It its dissolution dlluton aa a com combination c cornbhnaUon ¬
bination boaton In I violation Tolton of th the Sherman Shermanontltrtnt Shrn ShrnalIrt Shermanantitrust
antitrust alIrt law It I w Wa wi learned Ifrrd today todaythat tCy tCyht todaythat
that ht the Government ha hila been n gathering gatheringevidence gatheringevidence herlnt I
evidence lidlnc on this hia phase ph of the thl sugar UP trusts trustsaffair tl tl1lra tnslaaairs
affair 1lra for almost Imot six month and otl that thatit
it is I about bu ready now to 0 move moveWith moveWiti j jWilh
With the he Standard Oil ami ad situ tobacco tnhaccttrust tobaccofiat ohr
trust rae r pending before hfre the h Supreme SupremeCourt Supr Suproun SupremeCourt
Court oun the prooerdlng prlnp against aalnt the sugar sugartrust augartrust ulr 1 1trut
trust will wi be j the third great II suit uit of this thischaracter tl thischaracter 1 1charcer
character charcer that tlt AttorneyGeneral Wicketsham Wicker Wickersham ickM
sham will wll hare hn on In his hands hnl It I wa waexpected wgq wgqexpected I
I expected UIMtr that th the Ih AttorneyGeneral AttnyOennl would wouldwait WCll woulelwait
wait for a final fnl decision relaloJn jn n the Standard StandardOil RLnda1 J JI
I Oil Oi and toliacco ohac Imat tni t case 1 before Iro mov moving movjog ¬ 1 1I
I jog in against alalnt other industrial Indutl combine combinelions Iomblnclon eomhlnitions
lions lon but It is understood uodelo that the sj sjagainst iiiagainst I Ithe
against the sugar trust w w1 w4li < l be I filed fle with without without ¬ 1 1Ollt
out waiting Uinc for the rcargument rlrrum1 of ttseeimportant thrr thrrimportant Ih
important imporant case caseThe 1 1Thl caseThe 1
The Thl suits uil to km t begun 1 ln against apinl the IhfIIU IhfIIUI sugar sugartrust sugartrust
I trust InUt will 1 be I li entirely independent Indpndellt Of 0 the thsprosecution t theprosecutions i
prosecution prulon growing < < rowin out of the CAM aM of ofGeorgK orOer ofGeorge
George Oer < < II Kark Fo 1 Jr s 1 ss receiver lir of tin tinReal t hiItcal 1 1RI
Real RI Estate Company of Philadelphli Philadelphliagainst Phiadlphll Phiadlphllaplnlt Piuladeiphiiagainst
against the th American mericn Sugar Su Refining RefiningCompany Itf RefiningCompany c cCompny
Company Compny Nor will wi the new nw suit have haveanything havi haveanything
i anything anytblnl to da with the prosecution prosecutionon ptlto
I on O aunt of violations YloltD of the lb custom customlaw clatomt clatomtIlwl customlaws
Ilwl Ilwli law lawThe lawsThe
i The Government wilt wi contend cnlend that ht htAmrican the theAmerican th thAmerican
American Sugar Refining Rlnl Company Companyengaged Cpn1 I IIPC Iengaged
engaged IPC in I monopolizing mOGopolznc the entire entiretrade entiretrade nU nUtrde
trade trde and anr commerce cmmem of the United Unlle SUte SUtein K1IN K1INIn MIs tei teiIn
in refined ln1 sugar lpr and nd that the offence ofenM forwhich for forwhich torwhleh
which it ha been tlO indicted indice in the pro proceedings pr prtiol proceedings ¬
ceedings tiol brought Lro b nt It the h instigation 10aU tot of ofReceiver ofRifr ofReceiver
Receiver Rifr Earle was wa merely one incident incidentin 10leI
in it It its effort Iort to obtain such fueh a monopoly monopolyThe monopoly monopolThe
The 1e Governments Jovfmatll effort e01 to t obtain obtainevidence obtn obtnnilenO obtainevidence
evidence nilenO against qant the sugar < < 1 trust trt have haveextended h hIlendf haveextended
extended Ilendf over nix 11 month month and have ha taken takenagents te takenaaente
agents from New S York ork to Colorado Colra and andeven ande andeven
even e out to the Ih Pacific PAo Coast Ct It I hasentailed has hasentailed buI
I entailed the examination nmlnlon of the to corporate corporatehistory corru corruI corporatehistory
I history of nearly one hundred huod1 corpora corporations corra corraI corporatiottis ¬
tions tol beginning b < < lniol In teST 1M with wit the original originaltrust orlru originaltrust
I trust Irat agreement tent between blwe eighteen eigt of oftbe otbe ofthe
the then thl twentyone wt1Yoe sugar all factories rarl Inthe in inthe lI
the United Unltf State 8ta The Te inreMifatian inreMifatianha 10n tln tlnbaa
ha has included locud an a examination ualnil into the theacquisition l theacqtiieition
acquisition auiaUon by b the tbt be trust tt of each M and a all allindependent allii4ependent 1
jqadtt independent cone a oan sugar aprt refineries from lroQ from1s57
17 up to 0 the preeentThe preeent pltI presentThe
I The Thl Government Oovei brought suit under underthe uadrIhe underthe
the Sherman Sblrman antitrust anttt law I against aot the theAmerican th thI theAmerican
I American Amfcao HugtrTteOninR SucnefioK Company Compy In IF92 IF92when I0 D02w
whf when w hen the trust acquired olr th the Philadelphia Philadelphiafactories Phllaelhl Phllaelhltcrl Philadelphiafactories
factories tcrl This T wait iit went against can the theGovernment lbl theGovernment
Government but bt the th Department IMpret of ofJustice orJutc ofJustice
Jutc Justice hold blda that tt It was w abortive arUT and andbungled a sodbungled
buoll bungled They look lool for a more mr favor favorable favr favrblo favorable ¬
able outcome OlltOll to t the Ih suit fult which whic they will willQle willfile 1
II III file QleThe
The step which the th Department Drmet of ofJustice orJUIIO ofJtistke
I JUIIO Justice ha h has taken tkf to t obtain ohtn evidence evldMc that thatIbe thatthe t ttbe
the American Amfcan Sugar u < 1 Refining Company CompanyIs
111 Is a combination omblntion in restraint tranl of tradeIre trade tradeare tre treI
I are set t forth In a report rpr which hm the hl At Attorney At AttorneyGeneral
tmTJoer1 torney torneyGeneral < eneral has hl made mllre to tn the tb Pnwi Pnwilent PrI PrIdt ProutIent
dt lent and which hlh Mr Ir Taft him hl rent l lCoj In InCongress toongresa
Coj Congress ongresa for f < r Its it information informton In regard regardlo n an
lo the progre Irol of the Governmentnvestiuation Government GovernmentInvmtiication mmlt mmltInvlhealon
Invlhealon Invmtiication into jn lh sugar 1IIIar trim In Inthat InIha Inthat
Iha that statement tatmlt the Ih AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralctploin AlomrJePa AttorneyGeneraJriplalns
ctploin plan that tilt sugar ujllr trust lrt people Jfll resisted resistedthe 111
the service II of eblnu subpernaa ubp < rnaa and 11 other ob obstruction ul ohstruct4onu ¬
struction truloo were WPO plan pL > d m il the Ih Govern Governments Uormmlt Governmerit ¬
mlt merit way through Ibrulb effort tor on the th part partaf pa partof
101 af the director UNlrO to obtain immunity immunityThe immunItyTheAttorneyGnersi
The Theomener1 TheAttorneyGnersi AttortierOneMl add al that that having havingIn hnlne
I In mind a Ilbl P xxwibl ° eble criminal mmill prooeeuttnn prooeeuttnnif pnltt pnlttof +
if f the b responsible rOpnible parties 111 artie and nd not being beingwilling helnl helnlI beingsilting
I wlinl willing to afford afnt immunity IRlmunly he hI had ha r rlorteil ro roI rrtei
I trt lorteil rtei I to the method mehod nl II Issuing IIIlnK subpoena subpoenalucm IbtM sub xpn xpntOmes
tOmes tenim aitdrewnl to the th corporation corporationis
11 rrI rrIlueh
lueh I is such thus requiting rlllnnll officers ofCr of the cer myoration cerwrntlon o oII0rlon
oration to t appear In court ln or r before th thilrond thOrd th3rand
II0rlon Ord ilrond Jury Jur with the lb book hk and nd record recordf fm fmor
or > f the th h corporation mrntlon The officer om r of tllw tllwCorporation t its itsYrpnrtion
i orralon Corporation resisted falld thi thlll move 10 but the theourt thlCourt theolin
Court olin upheld the th Government Cvmmnt This Thiiccordlng ThlmlnK Thistcvnrding
iccordlng mlnK to te 0 the Ih AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralabllthfd Uornyonera1 ci ciabiihrd
abllthfd bl hrd In effect c A novel ny1 praetic praetichlch practieebteb re
hlch will wi In the tb future be h of vs vSst t benel benelo n
o the Government C1emt In vuoh Ioh proseoitiona proseoitionaThe pfltlna pfltlnaThl
The Thl corporation rrlmlon declined dflnf nt lt first fr to toomply I Iromply toomply
omply with the Courts C urtll decision tllon tllonI wa waidjudged wasidjudged
I aJue idjudged In contempt rtmpt fined 1 U MO and WM WMmmediately WI wasmmeditely
Immlatly mmediately informed Infonf that It would woul r rlubpcrnaed he heunbponandhourlyand
unbponandhourlyand lubpcrnaed ubpo hourly and fined nf M a frequently frequentlymill lruenty lruentyuti
uti mill It complied cmplt This brought hroujh the theorporallon th thrrllhm thaorporstion
rrllhm orporallon around and Me It I produced producedhe pruo
he paper papn called f11 for forThe ro forThi
The investigation InUpll in Colorado Coloro In I aid aidf aidor
or > f the proposed propl suit under the te Sherman Shrnngnuntitrug Shermanmiltrust Sr
allt miltrust law It Is I dUok tl dolora4 ii waa M b bore bror hi hiore
ror ore a Federal Grand Ord Jury Ju An asalitont asalitonto I t tto tit
to o tan t United Utlt State SttM Attorney Attor for the theSouthern thl thetouthern
I Suthm Southern district of New York wa w sent it itoul senttnt entmt
mt to t Colorado Coloro and took tk Some 1m 1 500 or 60tage 000 000Age 1
Age WC of o testimony telmoy and ad obtained obtoP doctl doctlnrat dolI dolImma docunnnti
mma nrat and ad rr records of great c volume volumePhis 1olu volumeflits
T flits asojstont uJtt went wet from rr Colorado Coloro to toiilifomla tl toaUtornIa
Curor iilifomla where wber ha examined eloe many manyvitneaae my mywt manyittnessee
wt vitneaae and gathered ptr a lot lt of docu do ¬
mentary metr evidence evidenceIt eldfO
It I develop deelp now 1 that t much mu of the evi evidence n evidine ¬
dine delO submitted ublt biter Iro the t Grand Ona Jury JuryIn Ju
In New Ne York Yo relate n to t this tla proposed proposedult pro prosuit
suit u under tl the te Sherman B iurrnac utMrut antitrust pp law lawAbout lw lwAb lawAbout
About Ab twentyflre t 1 witnesses wl have hv been beenexamined b beenexamined
examined ese In 1 New York Yo transcripts transcriptsfrom tnptl tnptlfr
from fr many m of the t corporatIons cto book bookhave bJ bookshave
have hve been b taken t also 1 copies ople of con contract C contracts ¬
tract t between betO mppoMdr competing competingconcern competingocemoerns
ap ompc ompcco
concern co betides bld an a Immense Imm amount amountof amOC amOCo
of o testimony testimonyTbe ttlY
Tbe Tb Department IMpmKt of Justice JuU ofldal ofldalbelieve ote oMelgibelieve
believe ble that tt the t vast ait eunount 10t of o evldeooe evldeooethat nla0 vldseaoethat
that tt they tq collected oUI establishes le a good goodCOM c goodcue
COM c It I I la exported x that tt the AUIt AttorneyDeneval Attorney AttorneyGeneral
General Oel will wl be b atj a to begin bn the te suit miitwithin it itwitin suitwithin
within witin the t next two Wo week The T Penn Pennsylvania Pa PaIIanl Firmsylvania ¬
sylvania IIanl refinery rf or o Philadelphia Plelpa Plelpaa caseagainst case caseagainst
against the th wear DI trust t while 1 brought broughtunder but butd broughtunder
a
under d the t Sherman HI antitrust aUtt law pre present p pr praunts ¬
sent N many RT loophole lol rich n a u the Ue statute atatated statutecf wt wte
d e limitation UmtU a d plea pi of Immnslty Immnsltyoad laat laatt
and the t Department Dt of Justice JI bcBeve bcBevethat baiterthat ln lnI
that I It will 1 bar hv a snuck I better bt earn earnageinit M MajaJBrt
ajaJBrt the t corporation e usdw le tb le the g p gin gininI a aerl
erl e n asK rtfor ro fordlusslulien t < Hwe4u4J aaboutUbMe4 at about t to b hi hir
J r t koa sSn wee agetu agetuSe
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