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rf doing away with the tb present syiUm syiUmand iatmj3d yawmud
and j3d granting pannlta nnlt only on the room reoonvtoomUtlon reoomnltln roommnilitIn
toomUtlon of r the t owner of r the property propertywhich propert7Yhllh propertywhteh
which the Ih tand would face and nd of the thet tbeMumIMlnIIr theututtnfl
t fliutniMinner ututtnfl r of Public Works The Tbepo1 rekIt re rerun ¬
run kIt t 10 the th lomptroller was w made by byI hyCblff byt2tcf
I hief Lxanuiier Prial of the tb Mnanco Mnancot HnanoeIrtllltni linnoetperflhi
t tperflhi partm Irtllltni < nt Mr Ir Prial stated that he hehad beh1 hehad
had in instigated aI Int It 4t conditions tnidit ton in the th Kiev Kievnth rJ rJnlh FJivnth
nth Arnh1 j > n niblr dint dilIrnrt nut of which Thonns ThonnsI
I McMiinuH 1 lnUA H I HIM Ib Tammany district districtNMidtr dilltrictI districtnnd
NMidtr I dr nnd U 1UI1l > UIM eiulel Jr the Ih Alder Aldernun IIr IIrn kkrnl4t
nun n 11 Mr Ir Prial Ir I reported tltit he h had hadfound hdrnUlld bidrnuiil
found thai it 1 wan W impossible for rn any IIn on onlo une uneto n nI
lo I get It ntand permit rnlll in n that diMrict who whodid who11a1 whoslid
did not flmt join lh this McManus Ilanl Club blip and andl lId lIdtV tid11
l iv due chI in 11 adiance amounting to III IIIMr IIIh SI SI1r
Mr h Priil tiled with his lu reports port uffidaiitn uffidaiitnof nltL 1111 1111n
of n r heienil ntl persona who wh swore ure that when whenihy whruIhy
ihy 1 hv nought to Rit tn < apphoution pJ1lioa I ioll form formfrom tiiniitroin nn nnfroin
from endel thoy Ih were r told hit they theyould Ihe Iheuld theywuIct
ould hfie h no chance > f getting 1t1t g ttrng inl a permit permitunleiMi permitrnI4ls rnllt rnlltm
unleiMi m they Ih Ihe first joined JOIl1 the th club clubMr duhIr clubMr
Mr Ir Oilier happened haPI nllo lo be I in n the th AlderniAnic Alder Aldermanic Idrnlanco
manic Chamber > er when th Mayors men menage m mIt mewiiM
age It wan 11 read and Frank Dowlmg the thoTammanv Ih IhTalllmltn theTauimiinv
Tammanv floor leader called < It 111 him for forward fnrr forvaril ¬
ward r and nd l began > egan nuentionmg UI4tIOflIfl him himo OM 14 to the Ihetruth Ih IhIruth thetruth
truth of u the Ih charge contained ont nt in Inn hi and andMr andlr tlldII
Mr II Pnalx letters Mr Ir Oilier noid ot d he heknew b ben heksw
knew en them to 0 lie I true and nd knew that it itwas IIWIL5 ttwe
was the Ih cuMom of several ral Aldermen to toign tolIn tosgn
ign application form in blank He If was wasasked WIIIUIItd wacaied
asked if he h could name one on Alderman Idrll who whofollowed whurollwe whoroflnwe4
followed < thin practice retl < to and h he immediately immediatelyieponded illlmtdltlytfIllOnded mmediatlyiponded
ieponded by h naming nlln Alderman K Kn KnnfIII1 Kenneally n nneally
neally nfIII1 who ho reprmrnta Chariot 1 1Murphy IIurph V VMurphy
Murphy Iurph n district ditr c Mr Ir Kenneally ad admitted adnilled adinitted ¬
mitted that he h was in the II habit of Mgning Mgningsuch 1 tgningeuch 1111 1111ulh
such blanks and Inving leavli 111 them at 1 his hi dim district di dirl dimtrtit ¬
trict rl club but he h explained sIItIO1 that h he h did didthis didhl lidthis
this hl because he b did n nnl t wish illh to lie I b pestered pesteredby
hy fillers tlerm at hn ht huu huuTiCfPid Iitiue IitiueVscePrmdnt > u e eVicePrenident
VicePrenident n Bent nl who hn nan in n the thechair th thhAir theehair
chair called c II for Mr Ir Oilier H letter and andreading anddlnl andieadinc
reading dlnl extract xlr from rom it to 0 him eked kld if ifhn ifh Ifh
hn h could prove rro him hi ntittemenln that the thesigning IhlIanlllit thetgnng
signing of blanks by Mdernvn led I to cor corruption MrrJption cnrrupton ¬
ruption and that person who ho sought soughtstand eoughiatand ulth I IIand
stand llcennes were r compelled to con conIrihute conrlhlll conzriliit
Irihute rlhlll to t the receipt r jpl of political club duhnMr cllIhIIIr clubMr
Mr Ir Oliver won beginning to explain explainthai explainihat IplaillhI
thai while hll he h knew In tho Ih fact acl to lx 1 > < < so 0 0 it itmight Itmilthl itmight
might not tw I in his power to 0 fiinnnh furtl llh Ifga1 Ifga1proof Iltalproof Iega1proof
proof nh whreupin reiip > in llent cut him off and anddirected an1dir andthe
directed dir < Id the h clerk of 0 the Ih board art to record recordthat r recordthat rd rdI
that I I Mr I Oliver had Mated that h wan wnunhl wasunable
unable lo prove rO the Ih charge < he h had made madein mdU1
in his hi letter to the h Mayor M4yortldermsn IyorhttrmKJI
Mdermon Uendel 11111 then asked ked for the theprivilege Ih Ihrrrvlllt theprivilege
privilege of makin a p personal monal ntatement ntatementand lalI1Itand
and in a long Inn and impoAHioned IIn lolI1 outburst outburstdenied olllhll1rtnlt1 OuItlIrtdenied
denied the Ih accuracy It < Curac or the Ih chargen hrlt1 made madeby mdh madby
by h Mr lr Prial and demanded an mI 1 inienli inienligatlon inveetiatlori
gatlon gatlonIf atloriIf
If these Ih the charge < har are ar true he h ex excjajuie tScIilJ1ld cxdsiuied
cjajuie < dl I am am not fit to pit 11 in 11 thin th II honor honorahln honorahll honorahlmq
ahln hoard but 1 > 11 if they Ih are II untrue I innml innmlon
on hetni ln Mndicated Indief < He H attributed attributedMr
Mr fr Prfarx report lo I unkind thing Ihln said saidby maIdby leI leIIv
by Iv hU pollllcal t > lItical < tpon IOllenl ita in the Eleventh ueienthdint Eleventhiliatrict
dint di iliatrict iliatrictlmnallv net netImallv
Imallv the Ih Mayors meiuage and the theletlern th thf theletter
letter were f referred lo the Ih Committee Committeeon lommlll lommlllon
on Kulen KI with wit ilh the Ih undeTHtanding < < that thatthat IhalIhMIIommitl thatmhmt
that IhMIIommitl committee ommittwnild would arrange arran for n public publicinientlgalion J1uhlicIntlKaIlon publicmnes1lgt
inientlgalion inientlgalionv ion ionI
v I in llIr If I1r IrIr nr rrf rl or MOTHER MOTHERWo
Wo n ri 11nn > nn rmhraced lmhr tmged rd noman and andHail andhail nlt nltn
Hail l n iplaln pltn In Court CourtMr fou fouI turtMr
Mr I Klizatwth I tran rane of 1 HJS Ii mfrIe Riverside RiversideDrive I IOfl
Drive Ofl wen nt to night court last night and andtnld an1tnl andtnil
tnld tnl < l Magistrate la IIlrA Harris that r ehe > hn h bad lia badhwaph < t seen seenFlynn IIIIt1ynn
hwaph Flynn t jeam Jt old Id of 137 13 WI WIlrl Weatbl51lAflth et etntrenl
bl51lAflth ntrenl hugging an eighty eightyseven fI eightyevonyoarold bt btnYIrold
seven evonyoarold yearold woman in front of 0 fIW fIWWfIl a20Vemt 20 20Went
Went I Will street ventnrdny Sh Hhhl maw mawthat w wthat
that lh thi h > old woman WAA wa Nt not renponsivn renponsivnnd
and nd rt h bj d Fl 1nn > nn arrentnd and brought to tonight tonilthl tonight
night court vourtfter courtfter Ollrtfler
fter Flynn had said ludgnyourhonor ludgnyourhonorIm
Im Vt m a marrinH man n with lIh two children childrenh
h ho explained tearfully that he h had hll < t seen seenhis meenhim n nhi
his hi old woman whose h name was not notmentioned 1101mnllonld notmentioned
mentioned In court cotn On down the Itl step stepof etepor 1 1U
of CU U u and the Ih recollection 1t01If < lon of 0 hi agnl agnlmother Ac1mOlhfr agrImother
mother that she ah Invoked caused him lo lonmoracn Inmbrae toembrace
embrace her and nd that he h meant no harm harmMinintran liarniHarris I IJri
Minintran Jri Harris MId that if hn hadnt hadntbeen hMnlm hadntbeen
been m a married marri < man with wh two I wo children childrenhe chilr chilrt
he t would wOllt have gore or to the h wnrkhou wnrkhouhut workhoujuhut orkhIJ
hut hut con ondlrml cnnadmrin > d rmR he h urcum circIJmnmtance inlnllnc t n < < he hewould h hYnl hewniiql
would Ynl tin n him hll Sin In which hlh h tie did didri dliiP11sri I IPUn <
ri PUn r ri or 4irio 4TW rir rirBnlldlnB TnlmDatdlnr Tnv1uflnIIdtn
BnlldlnB Datdlnr Where Ioolronm Man n Halilnl Halilnlrtrcenlh RIIMI RIIMIntrnl flaiifriIfloeentl
rtrcenlh ntrnl Sene Mn of lllrK > fight fightA 1111 1111hl tIghttightnn
A fight tightnn hl on n th theeond ne < nd < floor 11 1onrf < > f 111 IIIZ Ifitlrnad Ifitlrnadwa Hroad1 Hroad1wa Irna Irnah <
wa > whre h two I se weekn wPk Hgi iA > n poolroom 111 ponlrnnmriwLm I Iwa I
wa raided rairtN cau caimel e < M crwd to t gather on onBroadway onBroadway n nBrd
Broadway Brd > rerday to limn hltn to I It I e nhoutn nhoutnof h hoiitmlit > I
of r the Ih participant nl and the h s iund < of ofbreaking ofhrikini
13rf llr
breaking hkll furniture flmlfl tur niir Itolxri llrl Kirhardtire Kirhard It iit
tire fil t e nianiifciirer o Ol opened > ned 1 stor Ilor in 1 the theformer Ih Ihrormr theformer I
former rioolr r ° lr ° ° > m n i week w k ago a t and n1 he h ar arrive I r rriseil
rive rHj nt II ihe h Hower Fwr Hoepital lpil after y I Iterrtay Itrr Itrnfi4
terrtay trr trnfi4 n Ill ttgts lg > > > mute 1111 HM to itn II cutumw ctl C4m11i4 + m but butbufTcrinc h hlllc1 bittijffcrmflg
bufTcrinc lllc1 from rrlt rota a nUI I > wound V d in I the IL back backiiod hackIud hckand
and Iud a bruised hnlld hend hendThe htThltl heidThe
The Thltl rmlu are t re now 0 looking Inkll for I W illiitn ih1 ilIitirmn I ID IOU
D OU rmn > inn Pcier la t jim t Hiidone Hod one whit lohmton Jilmnpodl j jall
all itl of f whom hJa they U think were r participant rrlltUI I
Damage for llab I Baby howerrd ho rr Mllh h locn locnmellie loeomtIe >
mellie hparkn hparknn Ppr Pprrmtu Pparksriemen
n rmtu riemen ment Hilton flnn nnd nr IIIH hi wife If of o oRailroad I3n I3nRailroad 13 13Rirmd
Railroad Rirmd avenue I avenueJersey Jereeyl 1 it > got II a lenlicl lenliclnf erIIItor 11 11IIIm
nf sIi > > IIIm aeairmt the Ih En llHiIroid 1tI > td in I thn thnFirst Ih Ihnt ti tiFirat
First nt District Dri 1 Court oun Hit tUt cit el > > tMtenUv tMtenUvAS tI
AS compensation < m aln for r l hum tnn > urn retailed r u1 Ity Itythi hvth bythet
thi th l f omonthld en months old daughter raulhr Emma Kmuuthe tml EmmaThe
I the Ih babyV bhy face e w We4C s hllntin hlln1 by a howr howrof horeplrka
of sp aprkm > trk which fell 1 from the th oniokettuck oniokettuckol
I of an Krl Irl locomotive running rllnll runnin g on th thPenasyliunta IhrnOni thPntylant
Penasyliunta rnOni Ilallraid ltirOtl trentlx an abe abePInix h wan wanbeing I
being lu held in her mothers Ui 1 on 01 the thedoorhtcp Ih Ihcorlep thedoontep
doorhtcp corlep of 0 the Hiltonn lilol home homeiftrr hOI hOIbile honkUted
bile kUted iftrr ln llollda old > Uutna Inline InlineThe tultn tultnThe
The T body b of Warren onen Volan Soln lt II IV year old oldof oJ oldof
of 0 220 Tonnele Toontl aienue J Jray r y City Cil itv WHH WHHlouud w wlound wi wifound
found e trly rl yesterday YIIrray tnorninK morlnl lying lyingle Ii lymngheaide
le heaide jrte the th Ijcka Lackawanna Kailroad
Ild IAla wanna ItllrOd track tntcknnear lrtk lrtkrr trackrcr
near rr old St 61 Peter Prtr Catholic Iholc Cemetery Cemeteryat llelryat elneter elneterat
at at Went Er Ea End d The T Tb youth yout pent 1 the tbf Fourth Fourthat FowLat oulh oulhat
at Uike IAk Hnpntcong 1011 < 0 I It i Ia lho lItl Imlievcd l that thatoa Iblt Iblton thaton
on hi bi him return rttur home he h jumped Jumfl off of a train trainta lrl
ta It slowed alor up for lo the Ih tunnel tunntl and nd fell fellunder feltunder 01
lated latedWife lW lVtdIIfe under wer the tbl wheels hl Hin II lit body by was Wa 8 muti mutilated mut mutilVtd
Wife of Col ol W V V I Spauliltnc puldlnc a aRoiro Mnlrldr MnlrldrBonrov ulrldrto
Bonrov to July 3 Mm lr Jer J Jmio tie e P SpauM Spulr Speuldingwiftioftot
I ing In ingwiftioftot I mfoof It 01 101 ol W V r I I hiwiulding MgaUklignfMalden MgaUklignfMaldencommitted of Maiden Mldo Mldommill
committed mmill t niucidt 1d thin Ihl iiflnrnoon Ilron by byispyXIatiOn I Iin
I iUphyshUon tnpKyxiHtlon ut II her home I Col ol Hpauld Hpaulding tpuld
ing in found fund the II th doors dfoU of 0 the Ih hoiiM h011 hon locked lockedwhen loked lockedwtn I II
I when o h came C tn home and broke open the therear lhll lhllf thisrear
f rear ra dour do < r He H found ord the hfl l body Io > < y opn of 0 Mrs Mrsr Mrxhpaiilding Ir Irr
r hpaiilding SpllUl1 on a 1 couch cOIh Two gm < jets jl were wereturned w wturned wincturncd
turned on and Iud all I of u f the th window 1 tnoo and n1
I doors dor rud hte Ixen M curely > fotienod ltnt Mrs Iu
r Huldiu had town n in poor pr r ° or h hlh hlhf hndth hndthElrerriker ullh ullhllrerr
f nrrrrkrr llrerr rker latises annr U lon I of Railroad RailroadMtallon Rlrod RlrodI RailroadatIon
I Mtallon MtallonNl 1lon atIon atIonI
I Nl wHrnoii WlrnOI Inly S The Tht i > uiinu 1lou of 0 the theOntario theOntiarao h8urf
Ontario urf ud < Wenteni etern t Kailroad RIlroad at Little LittleBritain Iill Iillrital iitthr
r Britain rital wnn iU elroyed ilestroycil troyed by y tire I on Monday Mondayeieninj MondayvpnhmI Joada I I I
I eieninj vpnhmI nlI the h lire Ir l Ial bng mg KUrtvd with withH wlh wlhI
H firecrtcler rt ih hlf t wrn r thrown thro among amongorne amongomne
I orne or freight tllh by h H I hoy 11 Ia t saw w mill mil munf a aed
011 ed 1 lore 11 tnI a gram tril nllo owned wd hy K f l ti tiPiermon >
I hln Piermon ivrnonand and Joint Iohl otton nl wre ere ro iIo Lw h7 > burned burnedlo I II
lo I llii Ih ground IrIrut A r hunk > m Uei bricxde snm snmtwo att avitso
two or thrw Ih i ot ottg ttl g n n nr ir li liHaul 1 1at Ittaiit
Haul at llushen luKh to Talk al In II luanln r omcer omcerLB om limeerIsiY I i itlusr
LB tlusr IsiY NV Jill Iuly 11 a fiov mv n llughen II h hv h been bwninvitnl beenitniteil n n1ild
invitnl 1ild tr > c Ia ak l totheirtl I p Ih I he < Hr i f t hi h Third ThirdHrigale TII1 TII1HrllI ThirdRrigIe
Hrigale HrllI who wh re r ut t th heir I ir i tnl mp of r m mnt I inmtrUCtilifl
nt ruction truclon at Karn lamr Karnr < r > > n lIar ar Ilntny N Thl Thlntcr The Ihen2cr i in71o
n71o ntcr < r r r hivin h Inj 0 then I tirnt Irr lent I ti et of In II InMI j 1 I
MI ruction lrIMnl hv onl rm riy > nicern w111y 1ly for forIIir forI i iiheir
heir IIir I henetit nII I hi h < vrmi IIii will i ind n nil on >
ThrlI rhijrd v 11 ind the I Iti l hrila tr > ri l I M ofticen li to II the thenumlier 1 lb lbniunlir
numlier i of > f l > or it mr n intend 11lf u march rch to torhe 10r tomhe
rhe r he Capitol Capiol ind in line hn > it > in 1 ih Uorenior ovnior ovniorhig n nbig
big rtxjtn n to 0 I > l lokil ou d ier > and nl tlk 1lkt d to
by t the th Governor GovernorDrnwnecl OtlmrOro overnor overnorflrocned I I
Drnwnecl Oro nr In a lierp Irrl Cla > Ill 11 liltw I INew 1
New c w Ilnrssniig 1 Fiily lit I S Charles SCbarlafluadahiary CharlesPundshury rl rllundahur
Pundshury lundahur ti yearn I hI < l r South Jlh mbov tmhoywent mbovwent ml mlt
went nt swmitninK Inlnla 11 r a dt lav li nit ll nn Sundar Sundarafternoon SJ Sijnilaj nIIV nIIVAIImOn
j t afternoon AIImOn That Thlt < an th I h Inut f fblm o > en n of ofhim f
L him until unti yr yeetrilnv tnliv when 11 tun Inn II hi Ixxlv wn wnliis wiidjeovered
liis djeovered overed n by in n Mei 1 id < brother hr in I ff forty fortyfe rty i ife I
fe t t of water I
Inturcent lurHI Concrrstmsn CenSlmal Maw aw Him letter letterits Nlt NltI
its I > and n a HUM f Intarienti Intarientiire IDll
ire rt Due UUI Tsm TmrwGo TmrtswGo rreiv Uo Uotlsll Uuh Uuhtai Uuhtaithu
tlsll 11 l 1J1 liard > els > ed t h KwlNi KwlNiOrnrKK Urr BIII BIIIKrK AbsrquIes AbsrquIesOrsra
OrnrKK KrK BAT u 1 I July 3 If I Col ColRooneielt ColQ1 Cotltooevelt
Rooneielt Q1 in I going luiul to Indorse Inlon the tl Tafl TaflAdmintnlratluii Ti 111Admlniatratui I I Idmlnilrll
Admintnlratluii dmlnilrll an la a good Kot many manYIllit01 manYIllit01h political politicalsharpn olitkiilIIhJIF1i
sharpn h rp think thil he h will wi do he h in I employing employingnovel Imploylnl
a novel method of making mll ma king bin hi attitude attitudeknown Illu IlluknoW1 attitudeknown <
known The rb Colour announced
knoW1 Inuoluu1 today todaythat Idy Idylhl todaythat
I that lhl several rl of the Ii most l0t violent mnurgent mllrI mniurgentleaflet
IItadr leaders in 1 the h country IRlrT are roming lolu to toSaganmou
Jsagamoie I Saganmou Hill Hi on rhurnday hu The 1 con conference COl confereac ¬
ference oc given tl every Vtr indication indlo 101 of 0 being beingthe IneIh beingthe
I the Ih mont 101 iui luI iiilportant > > ortuiit rnt Kalhering that Mr MrRooneielt MrItoovelt Ir Iro
Rooneielt o 11 has hal purticiu IQrli iurticiiateil ted in II since ll li hKol In Ingot t tgot
got tack llck from the II other Hide mid d with lh the thepossible th thpouibll thePoibk
possible pouibll exception tlCPlol of lime It meeting 11llllg with withPresident withPresident h hPrf
President Prf ld1 Tuft 111 ut Beverly last week weekwhich weekwhich
which apparently oPPInlly wan W wa not an a nilmfactory nilmfactoryto Ottlory
to the Colonel l olonII an a the Ih Heurlv Itry despatches despatcheswould 11plth 11plthollid aleapatcimmiwoillt
would bale h il I Mr Ir RooMiiett 11 refuned refunedtonight refitiedtonight 11
tonight 10lllthl to give Ih out 011 time Ih unmeo unl of I Ih hi ui uifcurgentn iiimurgente I IurGtnl
fcurgentn who tire coming utinl next nextIt nsII sextIt
It I IUH hal bc been n net t forth frequently in be beOyster b heOytcr
Oyster 01 Bay 8T desiwtches that lhl the Ih ePre sIreaident i ident
dent in i cautiously auUoul feeling rlnK hin II way y before lieforehe
he h lets 111 the Ih public publc in I on 01 how ho he h feeln feelntoward feclmtoward 1 1lowrd
toward the tdnuniMration tlinilrlon It 1 ha I hxs a Iveen Iveenremarked himenremarked
remarked rmad alno 10 that I t the Ih Ri lingerPin flinfrIin flinfrIinho Rlltngtrlnchot I lingerPinchot
chot ho controiersv u I the Ih rock ro upon 1111 which whichCol whichoh
Col 01 Roonexelt 10flt and President Ir dtnl Tuft Tlf may inuysplit mayphi
split Todiy To for forlhllrt fortime the first time imlhl the I Colonel Colou1rtII Coloneldetined oloneldefined
defined rtII clearly rI his opposition oPlliton to 0 Swore Sworetury Sr Srry ecre ecrelary
tury ry llallmger laWnsr by telling 1lnl RvpreHontative RvpreHontativeMilen llprul11e I
Mile 1 Pomdexter loillutr that I h I he h will i indorse indorsehin Idnr Idnrhjll
hin hi miidUiicy in I the Ih tight IIrhl for I the Ih United UnitedStaten UniPd UniPdStll UnitedStiit
Staten Stll Stiit henatorslup MnalorhiJ1aI1 against Senator Sntor Pilm Pilmof Iill
of Washington Piles Pit in I identified idtnt1 with withthe withthe ih ihtl
the tl Kallinger 11 II I Ifr wing Inl of the I h Republican Republicanptirty Ilplhln Ilplhlnpry
party pry m l ii that lh Stole Siall Pomdexter in I an anout n nI
I out and 111 iimI out supporter of Pinchol Iin hol and u uniihUtiit I
I niihUtiit 11 nimlitantThere I I I insurgent insurgentj inurl1 inurl1I
I j here Thr 1 in t of o r course < ou the Ih pt ptwsilultty wil > ility that thatMr Iha thatMr
Mr r llooneielt I I will w 1 come om out In II nupx tapportof J1llrt > rt rtof 1 Iof
of tin dmmintration dunilraton in lime but hu he hecertainly h he1rtaiflIy I Irl
certainly rl ill In I m 1 no hurry h urr alwiiit it I He Hehmiwlf I liehinmiietf
hmiwlf hit I summoned nearly even l one oneol on onI oneof
of his hil political pltcl vIsitors Ilto to Hagamore amor Hill HillHe 11 11111lie
I He 11 wants lo hear the th insurgent Inaur nt side Id of ofthe 1 ofthe
the th story first 11 and ald then thl perhaps r p later laterj llr llrI laterhe
j he h may ask Home om of 0 the Ih regular lo drop dropin
in and an explain fSllli Ihe stand they Ih have h taken takenduring 1 I Iduring
during turtn him hi absence alncf Judging from rom his hisprogramme b bJrORlmllu hj hjprogramme
programme JrORlmllu the tb Colonel is i going jU11 to II work ork I Iout IOUI IOut
out the th New S ew York ork State tat and the Ih national nationalprublemn ItOt11 nationalrotileni
prublemn lrohll rotileni together lhr becaune buf b tUmC he ht helieies helieiesthey Ih Ihthey hehieeathey
they are r pretty closely col related rllfl relatedIn I IIn
In case ri the Ih investigating inntliR committee committeethat eommil committeethat I
that thi in looking InkinM into the th RullingerPmchot RullingerPmchotmatter UlfrIinchol
matter Mltr brings brlp in I a rejHirt Irl to the Ih President Presidentadverse I Irpsiclntadverme tienl tienlld I
adverse ld In the th fwcretary < rllr of the Ih Interior Interiorwhich Inlrilr Inlrilrbich Interiorwhich
which would woul roKUlt fult in lUllmger 1 liulr n reslg1 reslg1nation relg relgnation
nation or removal whatever probable probablehreoch Jrllhl Jrllhlhreh probahilbreach
breach no non diet all may my h I hi healed h11 the theColonel Ih Ihlolon1 theColonel
Colonel ham h been I so 1 careful C Ca rIII reftil to have his hinponition hi hiliiot hispoeltion
ponition liiot known on thin Ihi matter mtr that lhl hin h hPrnl tmi tmipersonal j
personal Prnl comment rmmnl m mc unnecennary lU1n r With Without WithOUt ¬
out 01 exception lPIon hin hi ixiKamore pmor Hill llll guentn 11I I IImve III Ihsvs
Imve II kind kle word for or Pinchol Iilthol and an them themin Ih I Ii IIs
in i a lurking lurl inf suspicion fUtl > cion here hlr thai t I Mr IVil IVillinger f11 f11hnlr h3iIlinger
linger hnlr will II get ff1 out outThe oulTh alitThe
The Th Question of the th arrival of clot fovHughen 00 00lulh clothugh
hugh lulh is I just nhout abnutattled out settled UI The 1 iov io ov
ernor r or notillrd lotl t Mr Ro 11 Itooamelt < w < elt that lh t h hwould hwoule he hewould
would woule I > e here tomorrow hllnow to ImmorTow night 1 0 Ilhl tght hut hutwired hUIwi hutwired
wired wi later lr that tht on acccoiint aCuIII of the th death deathof
of Chief i Jttftttce JIJU Fuller ulr he h would 11111 I unable unableto Inhlt tmnahlto
to com m Go tov Hilghen Ihlfh will wi attend IUnr the thefuneral Ih Ihunrl timefuneral
funeral unrl of r the Ih Chief rf JiiMice Iulli lumtk h ho < aid I and andwould Ind Indllld andwriitil
would llld ntart for Oyr > yt r Hay ly an a aIwnl noon 40 40io asaflerwani
io > ibl at tTward aflerwaniTb Iwnl tTwardlh
lh 1 Colonel 101011 ihoueht Ihuufhl thcmi mt to lod < iay that lht the theloiemor Iht thelovrnor
loiemor nmr would call 11 about 011 Friday The Thelength 11 Thength
length of r hi him M visit ii lt will il d eMIJd dpend p nd upon II how hnwmterenteri h hIIrMItd howntrcetd
mterenteri IIrMItd Mr Ir Rooemnli n h beiom > ni when whenhn whenhe hn hnhn
hn learn enrn at It tirot 11 lunil what wllt ha h hae happened happenedin h n nIn
in New ew w York ork Sui SIII 4taie and nd what the Ib pro pr prospert prowrt
1 pert wrt > 1 ar Ir are for or futurn Iul antilluithe Inllllh hap hapl hl hlInln iap iappenio
l Inln > ninK The Ti Colonel will wl confer onr with withthe withIhie ih ihIh
the Ih Imernor rnor on the Ih direct nomination nominationnutter nmilton nominationsmiatter I IIIUr
nutter IIUr and alli he h will wi probe Irol roiw deep d into the thecondition I thecoinlumium I Illlllnl
condition lllllnl of the 1 fore ron that Ihatat opixwrd opixwrdHId IPMedwhip
HId whipped whip hlp 00 < o ov > hughes Ilch llno 101 ttooseelt ttooseeltwill eielt eieltwill
will II tMkw ti he a i hand n1 in 11 attempting attempt mn t In > > route routeth rO11 routethe
th the opposition > lton and the I h Stale ttl light t hl next nnxtfall n1 nextfall
fall will 1 I I NirtlT like from
1 > a 17zlr lk it rln lh lholonel < <
1011 < olonel olonelprt okmii1liniirentn
liniirentn prt enUiilve t ne Milr ll Poind PomdSIr Xter wore worewhat woreiat or orht
what ht m i hriown kII1 li tlr tui r a Ih lbgrmn in Ir Irnn urc nie niegrin
grin < nn anti Iv limp 111 ht when nn h tie hopped off offthe of offt
the Ih t moling ltlnnr i Irltn ruin into 11 Ojnter 1Ir I yter liny U todar todarA tudaA
A tall 11 iQtiuit IIII nerou nrVO1 I Ion Coflgreamm1n nn < rennttn rmn101Ir in inPoindHtT 0 0Iuiinuiitr
PoindHtT 101Ir He I II told 1011 the I reporter on onhm oilhis n nhi
hm hi arrival rlol thai I I he h would lui 1 ILIe > pr to ask ankthe askthe k kIh
the Ih I < > on wluit III Ii h might IliAhl Miy ty al 111 aiout aiouthue > out outhi
hi hue i visit mil i t Ica o > ui J e he h lindemtooil IndItlol that
thi thiWi
was Wi Siigxmore SII mor Hill lil etiquette etiquetterb liqut
rb Tl < j Intigresmnan oneremiinan 01 man had no 1 little ii te time 1m to totalk I IIHlk totalk
I talk with h lh the newspaper m ln muti > n on hi his re return 1
turn 11n from rll the II Hill Ifllwn npr two hour later that the theaffable Ih theaffable
affable conductor n < Ittlr who ha I mo lined mi I iinl to 0 mien mienmlerviewii imitchilItrlw h
mlerviewii 11 I held ihe Ih train Irlin for a couple coupleof mUJ1I mUJ1Iar coupleof
of mintile 11111 toinrlnvter InlII informed hi hiInquirers nitnqiilrern
Inquirers 111 that Ihll thiu h wan WI wo running for the Ih
I I enalomlnp nalo111 in H Wahington Whlnrtoll nllnl and that he hewim h hIIIrlr hease
wim utterly IIIrlr opKH opmeei < l lo I ttallinger Uln r and nd his hinidea hi hiIN hispupas
idea H I iiialifled 11lff hlmftelf hlmll < a an n In mxurgenl InIrsnl ineIrgent
xurgenl Irsnl and 1t upholder uhohr of the Ih con contra contratiuIi < eria eriation
tion tili platform platformell
t ell I how 0 did die yni nul 1 find tin Ih Colonel ColonelI olnnl
I he h ntill ti favoring the opposition oJ1pitlon the theConcnnnman th thConjmal theCongrummami
Concnnnman wa w ake akeI a <
Conjmal o
I found rOld the Ih Colonel colollllnchaJlI unchaiijred cam camthe ram ramIhtlomr camethecuistomaryreply
the Ihtlomr thecuistomaryreply cimtomary reply rly HeUjuHt 1ju JJeIsjumtthemamne JJeIsjumtthemamnea theaame theaamea thtNn thtNnI
a ever He I II and I have ha always worked workedtogether workedtogetherand ork orklo
I together lo togetherand thrnd and he h ansured aNHI me nl that we always alwaysxliall
xliall hal work together 101lhr I am delighted elaho awa awahal with withHie wilhI withI
I the I result ult of 0 mv In visit visitTho visitThe
I The T locomotive 10fotl whiatln whilt blew three threeoliarp Ihrl Ihrl101 threesharp
sharp loot 101 Th I Iie hn conductor mndictr njouted IJOIft All Allalxvjrd Al Allahoard
alxvjrd ahoar and nd Mr Ir Poinde POlelIr Pomudeter ler ewung nlt on onthe ontht onthe
the moving moYinl train trainHn IrinI train11e
Hn I ha h tiac always sworn by the t incur insurgent Inlur incurgfnt4i ¬
IInl gent were er hi tile parting prlna worth wons and ad I Ithink IIhink Ithink
think hn h will wi probably prohbly continue cntinu to swear awearI ur
I by h them themhen thenhemi
hen 1 the th newspaper r men 1n trooped up upI
the th hill hi thin Ihl nAP afternoon almon they thr trr found r0td Mr 11
I Rooevelt l vlt reading dlnl the th paper P He I didnt didntcomment dldotrmmtnt didntcomment
comment rmmtnt on 01 the Ih outcome Itcm of f the Reno Renolight Itno ItnoIlahi ItenofIght
1 Ilahi light possibly J > i bl becaun 1Ju hn h was Wi not a uk1 aekielIi ked
I j to He I had h4 l been en buy over hi hiI him conc corren concopondenee
n opondenee I > > ondetice nd all I morning lumin and at t luncheon luncohtn luncheonliii
i 11 In entertained Robert Bacon ncn Amhai 1
dor eU to tl France rrant Oibeon il n Gardiner Harlnr a maica maicam 11la 11lazin niaazin
zin m writer rir and Ind Kerireontative Pom roins 1
dexter dexterThe s r
The Th Colonel flrnt fr1 of 0 all 11 announced nnolnCJ the theco1ilng h hlnn i I
cummR lnn of r Ui le ti heavyweight Innurgent InIJAnl I IItd
leader Itd on PliursJar rlrlIT without lhOI mentioning mentioningname mntonin mntoninnm
name He U in I expecting sl 111 to I pick J11 k up a lot totiif I Ir
iif f iineful rll information at II that time 1m for
1 his lUl conferee cnrr contereesare n lre re in clo 1 Ioe e touch ith ih every I
lanzl of h national natol1 politic 1ltt lIticm lIticmIonccrnirig r
j Concerning Mr Ir Polndexters visit I0il i Mr Ir
Roonevelt R11 cad a that hn hI reviewed with ih the fn theCongreemmiian
1 i CongreMfnan lanjrlan the Ih Illicallilauan ilitical > lilical Situation In the theorthwect
North Sorlh1 Sorlh1I went II
Mr Ir Iouidexier Iolllsr M aspiirel i olr ir > N me 1 maul he h hIhu hetiiat
I that he h in in 1 heart sympathy Ylllathy with ih ihconr my myconservation mayConservisticiri
conservation conr poluien II d Mr Ir Ioin loinIIr loinIIrYOI Iinulextr IinulextrToll < lniter lniteryou
you YOI know t Is H a candidate for r the Ih United
Stat Stali vi Semite Snll aid 11 i Is Hihticallt lohlII oiio oiioto Olihiosril Olihiosrilto nlHI 1
110 to that wine wlli of 0 the Ih pirty Itrt hea hAII1 Inl by h Mr Ir
liallmger 1lhnlr 111 I thn Ih Stain of if nhinictoii WhIIKlo WhIIKloTh
Th > I 1lon1 < ilon reinarkml tix > that he will
do I all al he I cal tal to II ti htlp hI on u Mr Ir Poind loinulxtr oints hi xtm xtmanibillorin I ii iiloin
anibillorin loin mhilun mhilunI bt briM briMCal
I Cal ol Koo Itooeelt eielf ejcnxtl hminelf
10 hlII to 0 get getready 11 11r getready
ready r for a few I iets t of fennin with wth hm h hisc1ammnnti old oldclasnmnti ord1
clasnmnti aid uil 1 friend Hob 11 Racon IJmn Mi h
liuron UI < nra win WI1t a charter elrlr iii tnenIer < ml rnlr > er of the I tptmu tptmucalnnei 1llill 1llillcml temimijacabinet
cabinet at a Uuilungtoti Jhmllol in I the h old Id < l Ia taym y
It 1 w aa n much a fine fn day that they mm IIIly ply
could cOII1 not r rI reelit eiii 1 the Ih opportunity IIMrlunllTomonn
Toitiormw morning mornlnA the Ih l alone will willgo willgui
go in 1 hi hits ulln 10 lo I IC Nmr York Ii < i > do thing hllll
In the Ih Oullovl Outo office mr He I cayn ay he h han h ha lo lowork h hork iiwork
work ork hard hr or r hn h nil I IOMM lO kim his hi job an a con contnhiiting conIrhltnl cont
tnhiiting Irhltnl t editor ltnr Hn I II will il return rtlr in the theafternoon Ih sheafternoon
afternoon Irnon no t an to be I ready a for fil buninen buninenI htlin
on Thursday ThursdayI TlIIT TlIITT
The T Hall 1 Mlreel 11 Ktrnlna tnlnl Sun SanThe un unTh
The Th Wall all Street ii rt edition of uTilE Tllfc KVEXIMa KVEXIMaSrv FnIO Evgi Evgiht
Srv 11 ht 1 contain nntal all 1 the h < financial 1nf1 news 11 and andthe andthe nd ndth
the th si etoik < > k 1 and n bond honc < unUtinn Ullo to theclnn theclnnof Ib the f cl do doof
of 0 the Ih market frkl Thn Th clrxmg Inl iuolationincluding iuolation 11 littInncincluding tt
including IhJdlC the th bid and asked k price Jr prices with wih wihadilonll withadditIonal
additional adilonll news ne matter mUe are U contained enWe al a < >
I I o I the Ib night edition eiUOb of u THE ful MtxiNu tYCJIHC SUN 8vua
la Baltlmere Bltr 100 08 WH H Hear lar Prom Fom U Ue UeStant Uttulatant Ulislstanl >
lislstanl Stant Lady Ld Pellcrniaa PellcrniaaBILTIUOHE PICtuu PICtuuBLTUIORE P tleewanDALTIMOHU
BILTIUOHE Md Id July Jul G The T Woman WomanSTiffruge Womn WomnHlc WomanHuffriige
STiffruge Hlc Club of Ualtlmore Ulthnor intend Inlld to toput t toput
put pt au a end to alt al street rt flirtation flrU to tokeep tohep tokeep
keep many my of the Ih youg young people pp1 who whoworm whowlm whoSwarm
worm wlm the street tnla at night at home and andIn andto od odto
to prevent Jtytt any behavior blylur that U L not 00 dec decorous de deorW dccoroue ¬
orous orW and lod mannerly Iloerl by h older oler men and andwomen andwomen ud udwomen
women womenA
A committee commit from lrm the th club rlh will wi call callupon taU taUupn callUpon
upon upn the Slates tae ttc Attorney Attorey tomorrow tomorrowand toIuorow toIuorowod
and od ask hU hl advice adylO and cootratlonI cl cootratlon ojeratlouiThe > ratlol
I I The ttto State Attorney will w be b appealed appealedI pld pldto
I I to particularly parllclrly to dUcover dlcer If I It U l I pcxnlble pcxnlbleto plble plbleI
I to appoint al > int women aaaUtanU llat to the police policeofficer plc plcOmCIt policeomeer
officer OmCIt at 1 the suburban lhurba reports rrta and on onthe onth onthe
the th downtown streets whcwe whO who duty will willbe willbe 1
be b to look lok after fr street tnt morals moralshen moral moralehen
hen hl the suffragist ulrKl appealed PI > ale to the thepolice thepolIce
police 101 board bnt recently otly to secure Mro the h ap appoiutmont apPoluttlIent p pl
poiutmont l > iuUltnt of women policemen > Imen at the th re resorla reIrl resorta
sorla Irl the ll board br declared ddart such action not notwihm lot lotwihil notwihis
wihm wihil its It power as a the resorts rts were out outside 0111idl oultaide ¬
side idl of 0 the 1r city Cit limit Imia Now ow State Ktat At Attorney Attorney ¬
torney tome Owen will wi be l Ij asked for o aid and andIf nd ndh
If he h declare dcl that the th appointment are areImpOKSihle areimpossible
impossible the Ih women olln will wl ppinlmtna ppinlmtnaimpoihl wait It until unti the thenext Ih IhIIU thelimit
next IIU lejiisLatlve 1iLII MSHIOII Iul when hll a bill 11 will willbe willbe i
be l framed frmt providing for the Ih appointment appointmentof
of the th women assistants Itan to the tht police policeMeanwhile plC policeMeanwhile
Meanwhile Inlwhl many tiY iilan of 0 the suffragist urnllt will willappoint wil wilapint willappoint
appoint thvmselven hI unofficial Womc1 policemen policemenand pllCln pllClnand
and will wi look lok out for the conduct cntut of the thepeople tl tll thepeople
people l > pl on the tll street tll Mr Emma Fmm Mad Maddox Matidna IAdos
dna os Funk tlk the ht prenidwit of the Ih club say sayWe IY IYWe mayse
We e are not JIldtl planning pnnlnl this thl campaign campaignbecause Clpli canipabcnbecause
because I u we w fee 1 that the policemen are nrelax arelax
lax in their duty but we t think pemn pemnlax that there thereis Ih Ihil
is much mich to Im h done dOl for morality morly that the thepolice the111e thetolice
police have ha not time to bother holr al about aboutIf houtw JUt JUtIf
If 111e we w succeed in getting women assistants assistantsto i14n
to the th police oc to do jtlnl duty dul on the downtown downtownstretn downlonIlrl downtownStreet
Street Ilrl and Ind At the th resorts nrt then wo will willfeel wi willfeel
feel IlIb that we w have ocoomplithed ImJ1h1 some something something 01 ¬
thing Ihlnl worth while whileSt whie whieSf whitessI
St fN 1 S 1011 1OIl 0IV R HIMWM HIMWMla nIt flht4I11ilawhly un
la ilawhly lf > llrothrrs htrothrrsutijett Object lo III II Owning Owningrropert OnlnsProPr Otsnlmtgtropcrl
rropert ProPr Ho RrcrotlrTliHr RtCt Beetally Ttr flsetr Hitters HittersIlHirxifH NttiraflhiZoiiYPIRT htraUl1PR
IlHirxifH flhiZoiiYPIRT Ul1PR IRT Cone Con July 2 Alan 1 R RHawley Rnlwl Rhawley
Hawley nlwl the Ih former forr balloon hallonil int and ld hi hibrother hibrlhlr hibrother
brother brlhlr William Wihm Hawley lwll today brought hrcht hrchta broughtA
a suit Al lo recover IIOOOO IWO tOOO worth of 0 property propertyfrom J1roprly J1roprlyfrm propertyfroii
from frm John Johl R I Bradley Irdl who backed bekft Dr
Cooks los north pole ple expedition expeditionThe esrlton esrltonTh
The Hawleys lawltv are ar broker in New York Yorkunder Yorkuntr Yorkunder
under untr the name n r of 0 William Wllm Hawley lawlt lawlta hawleyCo Jk JkCo
Co a Travelling Trvllng abroad brd two years ta ago agowith aloilh agowith
with ilh their sister Jennie Jtnnle1 M Hawley laI they theyprenented theypremented h hJ1
prenented J1 nIPd to he louis Ix lA Levee vee a balloon ballooni blon blonI
i lot t who had worked workf for or Hawley laI Ieven Ievenreturned 1 1rlrf lmttretuirosd
returned rlrf to New Stw w York with wih the th Hawleys HawleysHe nleYI
He I ii i IC a Frenchman Fnnchnut shout h M = Mi iliss lt n Haw HawIcy nwI IlawIcy
Icy I went Int back hCk with tlh him bln to 0 Pans Paia where wherethey wherethey h hthtY
they were marrifd lni < and nd returned rtllmt1 lo New NewYork Sework ew ewYork
York YorkThe YorkThe ork orkTie
The Tie Hawley lwlt brothers brolh found that their theiri Ihljritr theirsister
sister i itr ter had hd transferred tranrrn the h title lile to prop property propertyin ¬
erty ertyin in New NewCanaantoherhtiahafld Carman Ca to her husband hllbnd rmp They Theyhad rht rhth1 rheyhail
had rtr placed 11 0 0 Use n property proprt roperty In her name nametaking namklnl nametakIng
taking her note for wounty wountyThev cctirityThe Ji
The klnl 1 brought hmJht tuttle 111 in the New Se ew 1 York Yorkcourts ork orkcourt orkurt
court urt aggregating RIttln more mor than lionoo lionooto MO
to recover rtr on these Ih the note and recently recentlyobtained rfnly rfnlyohlain1 recentlyobtained
obtained judgment jlld Int of over WLIM WLIMThev 11IW10 11IW10T 31IIEThet
Thev T brought hrrht similar lIillLr nulls lil in the th Fair FairHeld Fairfield 11 111tld
Held 1tld county Ilty Superior Supe rior nr Court Cort In I this city cityand cly clynet cityand
and net on Saturday got a Judgment Judlnt of orl II lW lWWhen 1 1Whtl
When Whtl hen they aun Koueht Icht Jt execution they found foundtheir foundtheir uundthi
their deter Ijlr and nd her hlr husband huhd no longer longerowned lonlr longerowned I Iow
owned ow the h New ew Canaan ana anan property prprt Ixit Ixithad h1 tiflthad
had transferred It I to William Wiiam R I Talmany Talmanyof
of NorrrMk who had ba turned tum < It over 11 lo loJohn toJohn 0 0John I
John R 1 Bradley Irdlt
I ion tnors OP fv 1 Ixrercensage 1111 1101 1101Ptrrfl11 oti otiPercentage
Percentage Ptrrfl11 Placed rC at atNew t 2fbrha1 2fbrha1I 2brskas I
New Wheat hNt Bad BadmiNorint Hdt HadSratNoYlLLD
t miNorint > III II July Jul 1 5The Th bulletin bulletiniwued huletn huletnIIf1 bulletinisomied
h the HlAte Board of ofAgriculture 0 ofgrlciiltiirc I
iwued IIf1 today oay by t IIAt Rr l I Irll
Agriculture rll giving Iiiac lh the condition rnditon of the thecrop thecrope h hrnf
crop on June 2O shown hw corn < m to t b be In poor r
rnf 01 I jcondition Icndltnn Icondition
condition cndltnn The Te June JIDO JO condition ondIUo of 0 crop cropin COJ
in the Ih Hint I I > > I II Ic only n 11 2 per pr cent nt of the thenormal t1 t1nonl thenormal I I
normal nonl being Inl In O > per 1 cent nt in the th northern northerndistrict nnrtm nnrtmdi nanthemdlutriet
district di trl and M f 3 per rent Nt In the h central cetitmlind centralIUi1 <
The cool I weather weatherof Ihr
ind Itd southern lulhm districts Iiltrc Te
of 0 npril ptl and My y greatly 1 t retarded rld the Ihegrowth th thIroth theirowth I
growth Iroth of corn but hit the th warm weather of ofJune 0 0Jlln ofJams
u June growth growthThe hJt h had hAc n 1 marked makPd effect ft on itn itngrowth it itau I ITh
4 The Th condition Cldllon of 0 winter Wttr whaet in th thSute the theStat
I Stat on June Jln 20 t is i reported rprtl at f ci i p pr per r cent C1 C1r centor I Iof I
of P I seasonable nmJhl average iv being inc K r D per percent percent
cent nl in northern Illinois I10nlll 79 T per I r cent Cn in inI II I
I central tllrl and 1 Pr r cent cnl in southern southernIllinnin 81hrn 81hrnllnnl southernIllinois
Illinois llnnl Hessian IIa fly Is reported r pn In about alxiutnty alllut alllutI aboutsixty
sixty I countien countienOitn roimtlPsltts U1 U1n
Oitn n is I in fine fn condition onetiton lieing M 0 Pt per peroetit percti
oetit of if a ftcanonable average alra Rre I ltv pr pra is isAi II IIpr Is9S
Ai per cent nl of 0 n I seasonable nbl average averagemeadows rrac rrac111dtlWI averagetietdnwe
meadows 111dtlWI pr but hit SI II per pr cent t and ad pasture pastureo patlr i iIr
o tier cent centThere ceUtThere t tTr
There Tr will 1 be a I light l < bt yield of 0 fruit fruitApples frui fruitApptea
Apples AJ1I will wi average avrl1 about hlt onefourth onfolrth of otcrnf a acrnp acrop
crop crnpOMAHA cropOMAUA
crnf OMAHA ONIA Neb July 5 6T 5The The first fret new newwheat nwwh ew ewwheat
wheat wh from rm the t Nebraska fled fld began beganarriving bi bmnarriving
arriving an in in Omaha Oh today tOol and the t quality qualityis 1lly 1llyI
is II I very poor The Th harvest hrt Is II In full fiI swing awingalong wlnl j jalong I
along the Ih southern nllhm tier tr of counties Not The TheK 1 Thequality
I I K > or r quality qlAlt is I II due dle to the h hot dry dr sp spell ll llduring 1 I Iduring
during durinl which whith the h milk mik In the t grains Rrlna of ofwheel I Iwheat
wheat dried up iipiintl and In1 the th kernels kmII shrivelled shrivelledIn hrv11 I IIn I
In quantity run y II the th wheat Is I running rnlnl short AhortInd shortand I Iand
and Ind from rm prment pn appearances IPJrt will wi red yieldnot rednot I Inol
not more 10 than I eo O per r cent t of normal oonl and andprobably ad adIrohhly androbhly
probably percentage percentageITER prenuRe prenuRe1tTlRSO percentageI4TLRSOV will wi go I 0 a little lttle less 1 than t n that thatpercentage thatpercentage ht htprenuRe
ITER 1tTlRSO I4TLRSOV > O MILL 1111 ttlnSXn ttlnSXnPlant ItRn ItRnPInt IWflPrlant
Plant Sr f the th Manhattan nhtan Ribbon Rlbn Cempan CempanI ompan ompanlkitred
I lkitred > citr > cd nilh n Ih lira la laI Ix > t tPATIMOV
I PATIMOV PAtM01 N 3 JulyG cFtrethus Klre this alter alterj
j I noon non destroyed dlroTf the th plant of 0 the Manhattan ManhattanI Iaohttn IaohttnRlhhon
I Ribbon ompany on River street entail entailing enlal entailng
ing a I Ions IM of 0 from rnm IMOOUQ 1 oOi 0 to MOTooo MOToooThe 11 3cOOOThe
The Tb origin uriln of 0 the Ih fire is II unknown unknw Owing Owingto
to dulnnsn dulnl in the Ih silk ilk trade trae the mill mi has hasbeen h hn ha habeen
been n closed cof for or a week and a about bul twenty twentyflve twnlyfe
five fe employee were wrl engaged In taking takingstock taldnl takingctock
stock lok mr107 The mill mi wan W a large Irl brick hrck build buildIng htl buIldlng
Ing Inl adjoining AJolnlnlt other big mule mi but hit the theJailer th thelatter
Jailer 111 were saynl although the Ih employee employeewere mJ1101 mJ1101r
were r In pan f11 paniff iff and it wan necessary n r to toclone toclo tocloce
clone clo down all al the th mills mUl in the Ih vicinity vicinityAn vlcnly vlcnlyn
An n hour after arfr the Ih firemen fmtn arrived arve the Iheroof Ih theroof
roof 1 caved in and several vra firemen frmen were wereinjured w wIlljurf wereinjurrslIut
injured Illjurf injurrslIut but none non nonemerioumly seriously The 1 greatest greatestdamage I greaUetdamage t td3mal
damage d3mal was W done in the Ih finishing room roomwhere rm rmhr roomwhere
where hr about hQlt 110000 aO worth of 0 el elk milk Ik < ready rfy rfyI readyfor
I for the h market wan a destroyed dtrayl All Al of the thesilk thelk thesilk
silk lk in procejM prO of manufacture on ninety ninetytwo nloM nloMtwo
I two looms lom wan a also al ruined ruinedLIE rllnld rllnldI rllnld1IfT ruinedL111T
I I > aisl Mllltta 111 Officer O rr CourtMartlallrd CourtMartlallrdRecently Crartllf CoertMartblledRecently
I Recently RCnU Quits qui the thl Ken MtIN MtINA Neester NeesterALeT Ice IceALDA
ALDA A ALeT lB T July S Announcement Announcmeat waR waamade waRI
I made at t the th AdjutantOcnerala dJuaDtOuI oprt oprti DepartImient Depart DepartI
that Walter R Griffith bad badrenigned hartresigned
I i ment today lody tht Waler H Ornlth r
I of the tb
resigned iln ss Lieutenant 1IIunnt Second SecondItatlalion 8ud 8udlIln tiecondlIsttallon
Itatlalion lIln Naval a val Militia lt1 Brooklyn Broly Lieut Lieutdrifflth 1Iutrillh Lleutriffith
drifflth rillh was a courtmartialled courtmrtllll several severalironthn severalronth 1 1Ironth
ironthn ago for alleged alge drunkenness drunkennesswhile dnlllnn dnlllnnI
while on the Ih steamer 1I1Ir with Gov hughes lu hughesand bN bNud
land I and ud staff 11 during durinl the HudsonFulton HudsonFultoniceelirution luanfuton luanfutonIhr hludaonFultonrelehirullon
iceelirution Ihr ton in I October Ocobr last llt He le waa wa wa1111Ind waalIned
I fln 1111Ind lIned > d lino iiiOsnd a nd sentenced MutfC to be b > reprimanded reprimandedand lrodt
and Inll lias ha since Ilnc paid ple the th floe floeAnother f fineAnother
Another officer onlcr of 0 the th same m orgamu orgamuiliori orpniz organizalion
iliori I lon lion Arthur W V Cohen lieutenant leutent junior Juior Juniorgrade j
grade md lian 11 ha al alo 1 o forwarded lorar < hla WI resignation rNlctO resignationto I Ilo I
lo military miiary headquarters headquartersPtienli headquarterPhenix I IPrnh
r Ptienli Prnh Insurance InurnM Report Rprt lo I flhltman flhltmanVin iIbttmanAinay bltmanr
Vin Ainay Ln sr July S Stale Superintendent Superintendentof 8uJrlltfdnt 8uJrlltfdntof
of Insurance InMrane Hotchkiwi lotchld will wi probably probablyforward prb probablyforward ly
forward a copy cpy of the full ul report pr of the theState the4tate heII I
State II Insurance InrnC Department Jrtment examiners examinerson mlnor
on the li Phenix rhll Insurance Inrnc Company Compny when whnil i iit iIt
it is I printed prnll this thl we wk k to District Dlrc Attorney AItrY I Ivtrmman
vtrmman hlnn of New York Yor for ouch action actionan aion aionti
an a the ti District litrkt Attorney Atome may my ae die dle t totake to I Ilake I
lake lak The T report prt covtitxl < o Irregularities IrreRuUritlesin IrglrtlN IrglrtlNII
in II tin Ih management managlft of 0 the company companye companyespecially
e especially ments ial regarding rendering rendero cmpny of ofments state stateimient t
mf I
hilled lrd b a Pitched rttf Ball BallSAIJTIXA ll llI 011SlJi
SAIJTIXA SlJi AItI IJ Okla Okl July I William Wllm John Johnson Joh r
son n was Wa U struck III ruck behind hind the right ht ear ar by h a aniched ajutched
I jutched niched ball 1 and ad almost alOt instantly r < kilHd kilHdo kUd kUdo kifler
In o a hU IM gem ea at Olive today tOoa 41
Thlnli Tln rirpabHroiM RpaH ml ThIs 11 Stale Slatf Art ArtTlrrd re reTireu
I Tlrrd Tlrt or t FcfialtsUe pIt l Iada ads d and n Would WouldMmaah ttouklmaeli ouldm
Mmaah m the rotate bb Hill Hi ml Saratoga SaratocaTalk Krto KrtoTlk SaratogaTall
Talk Tlk of lark William nlla for UUtmor 1oternorViltiant Jo ernor ernorWilliam
I William Wilam Barn mH Jr Republican nepubl n leader leaderof Ir
of 0 Albany county had a conforenou
b hd cooorno yen yenterd y yI yestertlay
terd Iry tertlay y afternoon Ifemon at t tint IM Republican RpulUCn Club Clubiu CIIb CIIbIn CliiiIn
I In N e ew w York ork city with wih William 1111 L I Ward Wardnational Vardnational
national alo031 committeeman tmmitetn for or the Ib Htato HtatoChairman Hllu HlluChairman fliitoChialrmitn I
Chairman Woodruff Worl of the Ih State Hlt com committee crn crnI consmnittee
1 I mittee mit Jacob Jltb Drenner chairman rhlrtal of the th theKings I
King Iin county Republican ltpubllan organization organizationand I Ianil
And other Early Irly iu h the tb day ty urtalzllonj Mr 11 Uarne Dnl DnlhaJ Ilarneshail I Iluii
hail talked with Ith Collector Loeb
11 Collctor Mr MrtUrnm Mrilames Ir IrIbm
tUrnm Ibm U i ii tu sail for Europe thin mornuiK mornuiKund lorlln lorllnInd miiorningand
und Ind I II Ii to t return tur on July 17 7 It WUH we learned learnedthat karnd karndtht learnedthat
that exPresident Hoosevelt the
tht tIlltent lollt in closing I
days of the Ihl extraordinary txlnntoar session lon of th thlegislature i iLeglelatuse
legislature 1 llltur at Albany Albu had hd invited Mr MrlUrnes MrIlarnea Ir IrIlm
lUrnes Ilm to visit him nt t Sagamore amo Hill li but butthat hl butthat
that I t Mr Ir flames rll had written in reply that thatliu thatliii IUt IUtI
liu I wan preparing preltr l lo tail for ur Kurope url urotii and nd I Iwgrelted 1IIt Iegretteil
wgrelted IIt greatly IrIly hin hi inability illblly to accept acceptthe actsqtthe p
the invitation IUilUul at lt the Ib tim t time Mr Ir Barnes llarnesbelieved 1111 Barnesbelieved
believed blie11 that lht Mr Ir Roosevelt 10ella letter Ier to him himtrailed Wmtld hitsicelled
trailed for ur name 1m sort rt of au exprviuiion al > on con concerning concerning < n nmlnlt ¬
cerning mlnlt th th the attitude lttul of Mr lr Ilarnes Ilrn ami amiother aUIJolhr autiother
other Republicans Htplbll < all in the State orgaruzn orgaruzntion orlltm orlltmtun orgauIzalion
lion and in the Legislature toward
tun Lglll tur 10Wd the theCobb theCobb I Iohb
Cobb measure m for or primary Jrimary reform oml and Ihd anddirect i idirect
direct dirct nomination In hi letter lttr to the thoexPresident thl theoxPresident I
exPresident exPrlldnt he h took tok the th liberty of saying mayingthat I Ithat I
that the Ih Cobb measure lmur wan WAi very e much muchworse ruh ruhorM muchworca
worse orM than the th HiomanGreon InmanOru bill hi and andthat alt alth1 axitthat
that should hoiid Mr Ir Roosevelt Itflt and hi friend friendin Irincll IrincllIn
in the future utur decide ledl to stand by h the Cobb Cobbmeasure Cobhm Cobbmeasure
measure m u an I one on of republican Ituhlirn piirty rty policy pley
in the SIt the th Ilepublicuti leJ1lbll1 nrganiiuitibu nrganiiuitibuof organlFlibl
of u the State an I itt t present pr5nt constituted constitutedwould conliUIwould constitutedwould
would be b compelled rmplkd a al a mat uultr matter IT of prin principle prinejpl rimi rimiciple
ciple ejpl to oppose upf them in in the Ih St Il Stto tie conven convention cnI convenlion
lion too which I iii to b ho held in II the th enrly earl rl purl purlof prl prlof partof
of September SJlember at Saratoga Nrtol Springs Sprinltllxlidnt SpringEzPreeident SpringsExPresident
ExPresident xlidnt Roo Hoolt eielt in il hit hi telegram telegramto l klr1
to 0 Lloyd Onnoom OrIII president of the th Now S
York county cOUty committee < mmill came core out Olt for or the theCobb theCobb h hCobh
I Cobb measure and thin wan WI followed olnwll by I a apetition < i ipetition
petition IUton to the Assembly supporting 1llrtla tho thoname Ult thutsame
name m measure mu signed IIllnd by Collector olitor Loeli 11 icelfttpresemitatlve I
Representative William Wilam V Cock Cotk Otto OttoT Ullol
T l I Bannard Bnnard Henry len hIenr 1 I Stimson SlmI Naval NavalOfficer Sa Navalomcer I IomCr
Officer omCr K 1 Kracke lirek Reprenontatrve nprntt Will Willlain Wil Willam Williamn
lain II I alder Frederick drrik It I HUM ltiiivsrd In 71 rd of ofSyracuse 0 0tyrcou ofByrcuime
j Syracuse tyrcou William Wiiam It I Wlllcox lmx and and 1cl Coni Conitroller Comnp 01 >
troller trllr William lan A Prendergant r ndrltal all I per personiml r
Isonal I ln soniml I friend of 0 Mr Ir Roo llo1 lloosevelt llooseveltI e > ielt
1 M I do not know mid cud lei Mr Ir Barnes 11rn nt the Ih
j j Republican npuhl m Clubyef ChlbPrdI CIubyeaterdy terd ly if there in I to
1 be 1 a further light in the Ih coming eomin < milll Mite con conI n nI
I vention nton over the Ih Cobb measure rlu Sons Hm Hmtim Sonstime
I I time I think I see evidences eidnCI of a pUn 1 on onI Onthe n nI
I I the th part Jrt of 0 Lloyd Lyd Orinootn Orlr and Ind Postmaster IWtmnsterOrelner lolm PostmasterOrelner Ir IrOlner
Orelner of 0 Buffalo Buflo lo orgsnln a i < oinhina oinhination omihjialion lhila lhilaton
lion ton looking lokln to the th selection tion of 0 delegate delegatein dII dIIIn
in next fall a convention in II support of 0 if th thmeasure IhrlUr thmescure >
measure rlUr It i lii also 111 evident that Iblt Ibltart nonie nonieort somsiesort
ort art of 0 a fight lebt i il mc to t lx I < put up aguinst a uitl Mr MroodrufT aIrnodruff Ir
Wodruf oodrufT in King KluJ county and Int Ilrh Ilrhon prb4aJc prb4aJcon x > rliitm rliitmon
on would Iw I inclined incild to If Iwheie 11 that Ihtl Mr Ir r
Roosevelt IWOI Mr 11 Calder Mr Ir lv Ih > b and uld th thother Ih10lhr the theother
other gentlemen rntmn who favored Aon the th nlili Iohl tolitimeitaiirs nlilimeasure
measure at t Albany Albnr were weking kill to con control rimstnil n ntrol
trol the th next ISt State coniention 11 having
tnn hainl
I I for a twain their support of the h memure rr rrI inenaureIf
I If I any y such ludl fight f h I precipitated prpilo con continned continned 1
tinned tinul Mr Ir name In I lielinve 1 I am 11 free 1 to toluty I Iy toPa
luty Pa y that he Ih meanure I will 1 bo I nppneed to toi 10Ih
i Ih the hitter hilfr end nd You I 01 nit nee me in 1 tn thee i < il 1 1Ipuhllan lays laysnpuhulica r rIlepubllcarm
Ilepubllcarm Ipuhllan in the th Sal of 0 New York and andKeiiiiblican unetHIhlcan sndtejiiihlicsns
HIhlcan Keiiiiblican in other States SII in the Ih fear fe r of if ifdefeat f
defeat have h lieen jiiinpniK jln lll from rol one on oneoeratlc D 01 m mocratic
ocratic Oatlc mpulimic Iopulbtc fad In the II other Hlid the theKepuhliran theRepublican h htIhlran
Republican tIhlran with whom whnr I hive hl talketl lalkIIII < lie lielieye > e eI
II lieve that It I i li ma time tl for I a return rllrUln In the lb h h1t r rti rtiaervatlve m
ervatve 1t policies Iid of the Ih Iteptiblimm 1c1hlnn party IarfThChh IartThis
Th ThChh This Cobb measure rlur WON a I npiiitic > IIH Iuias Iuiasnrc 1 > KK KKlire
lire U If I I f it had lieen 1 adopted adId It wan the theforerunner I h hfnrnn lieforerunner
forerunner of the Ih initiative and 1Ih the refer r1 referendum
endum dum The Th Kepiiblican pllhlu wntertallied nr aU in inAlbany It ItAlhny iiiAlbany
Albany defeated dI11 il illhe itlh
lhe 1 lh h inlerenl in I the I coining lrlnlt State Stateconvention IIAh Htteconvention
convention rnIUlon at Saratoga Hrlnf Sjiringn Srinl will willhe willhe 1
he in the th committee ommll on r rMllfun rMllfunIn roJition roJitionIn oltiti < > rm rmIn
In that onmtmltM mmtitt fin n renolulionit olllnn there theremiwt Ihrmt thieiemust
must lie I In n my judgment lY jldrn and anr in II the theiqainbomi theiqainbomiof h opinion opinionof llnlo llnlonf
of Republicans nluhhran with wih whom whol I hu hl have havetalked e etalked
talked a plank Ink calling calnc for M complete 111 pri priimary rr ptimary
mary ra reform in 1 th the Ntai Il me Iwivd on th thline Ihlin She Shelines
line lin of the Ih Meade Mea4eIhilllpc Jflhlip Phillip bill hil Ihef Ihefmuni 1 ihermoat h hI
moat mlt aliui he put I in thi I hi platform pltorm accord according aonlInA ¬
log InA to 0 my III opinion n I plank which hlth shall ilmllInnitt shallIreiat h11on
Innitt on noninterference with ih the Ih biwi biwinewi hin tiuiisiflees
flees n intere interests of the Ih Slate 111 for or upon 11 I
the prosperity prprly of those thOe business businessmust bul lael1 lntreet lntreetmuat
must depend the employment rmlloynt of Ul Labor IAhorW > or orWe
We W must r11i call tal in that platform 1Ialor for or econ economy econotiiy n nomy ¬
omy of expenditure In il lie State Sla and non noninterference nn nn111rlnn noninterference ¬
interference 111rlnn with wlh personal norsaI 01 right rlht I do donot donut ticnut
nut rare a loi tu Ii ay ty > that Ihll there tl1 will be h factional factionaldifTereucen factionalditlereutes alonal alonaldilII
difTereucen dilII 011 OUT thw thtve ililewtloiw 1tlo I I do doay doMY domay
ay though Ihuulh and 11 I cannot llut < make m it I too tooemphatic to toootnlihStlc
emphatic that I if i any 1ny of 0 our Republican Republicanfriend 1uhlic 1uhlicrrll htepublicanftmisdo
friend rrll denim lo tight for u platform platformwhich Idatfurutwhich lalrulwhkh
which niutalnn 11lall tin t II Colil olib hh measure 1tU that thatlight thatlich thatlight
light lich will wll l Ii > ciirrtil out Iu its I It conclusion conclusionfor cncUluI
for r the Iht ItiiiullKuii 1IhlI llrt iwrty of 0 the Ihl Slate Slatemust HIAI Statetonal
must not 101 IH Ii 1 > committed 1In 11 lo populintlc populintlcmeaniirxn lIulilllc ipuliatietueasflres
meaniirxn 1111 of tin kind kindWhat kimulVbat
What Whalllo about candidates alctl forCioiernor forCioiernorIt for nr GovernorrIt uernor uernorI
I It I m 111 I a little llio early a to U talk about that thatreplied thl thatriqilitI
replied It Mr Ir Hum lnl itanis f Imt 1 lt from rom all 11 Its 1iflirard Itshitini
lirard milieu inct 111 < the II extraordinary mraoninar sMMion sMMionadjourned awmsionadjourned ion I IaljnmMI
adjourned aljnmMI them h in lo n 1 tivmindouii ciiti Ilt scatitiient ciitinu
nu nlt tiient > nt all il over 01 the Ih Stale in favor vor of the thenomination thonomination heI
I nomination numinaton of tf Comptroller Clark Williams WilliamsMr llal
Mr Wil illianiH was appointed Comptroller ComptrollerIn utptrolr utptrolrUt
In I Ut lov IlughfHon IUIIIt Oi on the I death Ilh of Mr Ir lana lanalllLaxisc aus ausIIn
Williams IIn lllLaxisc IK I u 11111 strung Rexibllcan 1JuhlII a muar muarman eiuare eiuaremats lua1
man and iui he h believe bIv always IWII iu II Repub Republicuu Itpb Itepublicami
licuu 111 policies Ioli From Frm what I know kno there therei Ir IrI
i ii4 u v very r 1 > nlroii strong rn > t entiment > nllllnt in il all al the th Re Republican I lIepulilltais ¬
publican plUIU count eouiiitisas iw alwve al > Ttie Tb 1 Itronx llrn favoralilti favor favorablu avor avorahlu
ablu to the h nomination notilllrn of Mr 11 WllanU illlama VilllamneMr illlamaMr
Mr I ItarneH Ham would It not talk alHitit Il > ul hin hincomemiliou hi hiwih hitinivenatiain
comemiliou with wih Collector l Ih < u b From Fromother lroniotiiitisiries rn
other otiiitisiries Mnircex In it was Wa a leaned Itmo that Mr Ir tomb Loebhuiini Iob Iob111ln tombhiislni
huiini 111ln joined handn Iuu with Mr Ir Roonoveli Roonoveliand loo1
and 111Iu Llovd 1 Orikcotn in Ktippurt of I tin I hi Cobb Cobbinwanunv uhhtolU ilih ilihtismecure
inwanunv tolU will wi IM I verv n vigonMisly Plrt oppON oPon opposed > d j jnn I Ias
nn n a candidate < 31ulclal for toxenior nlor by the tl nut majority nutjorl nutjotit ¬
jority jorl of the II delegates to 0 lie Ih Saratoga Saratogaconvention SmaoA SmaoAclvntun SaratogaCOiiVPflthifl
convention clvntun if i n I majority IRjOrt of then Ih ilele ileleffaten tlilegates
gates al are a elected bv b the h fnendn IrlId of Mr Mrliars Ir Irllm 1
< lianiiti llm liars Collector ulrlur l taii Ml it wan a mated matedby itatidIi alt altb
by b th thom h < jM < who hu linked 1IlIwd with wih him on this thisxiibject IhillMlhJII
xiibject understcMxl > > t after alr Mr Ir liarneaa liarneaaunit Iam Iamiil BarnssIimit i
unit iil that I the th Allwuiy AIII A delegation 11lto would wosildLa oul I Itx I
tx b > opponed nllll to his hi nomination lolinaton Mr Ir I I
hams ltn and 1111 Mr Ir lost an l both > tli reculentn f rreisleteof Ilnlll i iof
of A litany Ilu and it i in I ii not 101 In il the Ih record of ofthe 0 0tl I Ithis
the tl Rerniblican Iplhlitan Itrtv mrtv in the Ih State that I IU I Ia II
a I candidate tlllhll for nominatioti nomiltlil no n lovernor I Iopposed IuPIJI
opposed suvaemtiil suvaemtiilPresidiit by I his hi hoine 11011 delegation dIlUlion ban hlJn been lievnPrertident beensuvaemtiil I j jPldtl
Prertident firinoom Orill Representative Her Herl 11 j jbrl
l bert > erl Parnonn IRIn S Semvtary cn rlr < t3O of 0 State Kiwnig Kiwnignnd KoenIgilfli I Iund j
und their 1lr friend had hucu u confennce cnrI > enter Ir I Iday Ida lnay
day da afternoon the II how howmnny
nUnrc > n over r < umtion Itun hoW I Imany I ImRn
many mRn doltgatea colKII from rrl New w York urk county countycould countytitilil < oult
could 111 IK I rt rslicd > lted lrd ii 111 lImits > on in the th lie coming cmll State Stateconvention Sllh Sllh101nUun I IOhICntiifl I
convention 101nUun to ntiix 11rt > rt the Cobb ineamire ineamireThey
They Th rile thought they th could tuld count unl on 01 about aboutHI ahuutIr I I
HI Ir cent 1 of llio Ih delegalen dIluh from Irol this thiscounty IhiUII
county UII ansi they Imlioved that they 11ruld could couldcontrol multitontrol I Ionn1
control onn1 411 4i I tar cent cn nt IIH tia ilnierjitMi rlrt from frm 1 I
King Kill county cunI count amid Idulth all nf II the thi dIr delegatet if ifi ifitri from fromKne fromErie
tri county oUII with wih a nmattnring Intrlna from Irol other othercountien othtr othercounties
counties 11 Inumuch Il lmlch tut there Ih are a a J thou Ihol thoueaiisl I Iiwiid I I
iwiid Ilcl dflogattM lelegat Inhl to the thf convention it will willIw willlii i I
Iw I lii oldwrved that If a controversy lln ari arhas arhasOver n nI
I Over making the Cobb tu vinure Itlt < a 1 matter mtr matterI ar I I
i jof I ° wrty Ikrf 1IC pulley i > licj the Ih next nts conention colInlnn will 1 I I
l he a show worth rth th the lirutt tint of 0 admUulon admUuloni i
i While VhdI hl Mr Ir Rime Im n hot lsojisd Hl Int there Ih would wlhl not l IRI be becmiv e eanv
anv RI sotstruitrsy ontn > v niy bo h nenrthele i said aaldthat ald aldIh saidhint
that Ih t there Ih would lx I > a Mont IIIOlt light lJhl for or a areturn 1 areturn
return llrl to I the Ih hi coii eonservatlte ervntie policies of the theRepublican Ih thehteiiuhIicin
Republican lpuIi1 wirty I I not only nnl in the State 8tathut
but hii in lh I his nation nRtnl flat ion He I believed that t New NewYork Nework w work
York ork idiuilld Ahulhl ent t the Ih example Xlmll in thin thsioniattir thinmatter hb hbmalr
matter matterutiniKr malr malrIII niattirRllIIl
utiniKr III intT iv 1 rossrssinx rossrssinxMM iosssiMr JHO JHOIr
MM Ir nillUni 11m Put In Her ltr Proof That T1 T1nh She NntItnnnlhe SheSIan >
Itnnnlhe SIan nh the nilllimnCflmpan nilllimnCflmpanSupreme nUIm flitllanhsCompanySullirem cCmpan cCmpanSIIJrmn
Supreme SIIJrmn Court nurl J JIIC Jtiistics untie Page PO denied deniedVftterday sieniselsesterslay
Vftterday nn 11 application nllllaln by h Mr I Emma KmnwWilliamn tmmaWIII Emmaillianim
Williamn WIII wife i of if John Wilam William for fornn forsin r
nn 11 order 1 lo Cot 1 aside td an election lltnn of 0 officers officersof omCIt omCItf oflicerof
of f tli the William Wilam Engineering Iltlnfrinl and ad Con Contracting lontr111 Contraetmi ¬
tracting tr111 traetmi Compnnv lmlln iimnhant at Il which hith Williams Williamswax Wiiam illiamawaa
wax Wi d iblPfliinl > owd aj I IA preniilent and Rld Senator SenatorJitmx Snator SnatorJun1 SeisatorJni
Jitmx Jun1 I Frawley trwl wa was u elected 11 In hi place placeFrawler llc1 placeFrawley
Frawler 1 wa wims sueveediil UCOH u > < > H a I tie secretary ftar by byhi h hhi byhi
hi muter i I Mary Ilr K f Frawley Mrs 1 Will Willlam Wi Vslllain
lam illl mild hl that she h wi W the tllwr owner of 0 thirty thlryIln thirtytim I Itiinn i
tiinn Iln tim Hharen sitar 11 of stock and n that th Ktock etockvaitesi tOk tOkvOI1 I Ivoted
voted vOI1 b by the Ih Frawley trwl1 had lH lson > n improp impropcrlv Impr Imprrh Iflipriifirrlv
crlv rh iN 111 issued issuedianatir ue ueSenator <
Senator slllnr Kmw FrI Frnwlsy y contended nln < that thlt Mm MrVillj4imflPl 1 1Wilan I
William Wilan I not is ntnckholder khld and ad Mid saidthat Midthat Id Idtlllt
that tlllt her tr certltliMte tnll of ntcxk Id wee i i extracted extractedfrom sra d dfrolll
from th t this MHik txxik k by Williamx Wiin wild wildout wih wihIt wiltiiiit
out It authority 1horiv ansi IiI 111 tint Inl Ivenr Ilr tin II IIry MHW MHWtary mutiiiirys
tary ry tmtne lm He I inul 11 insisted d that there thereare h I Ilire
are Ir only onl forty nry oban hr n if f alid Iil mUwk U t1k < vk out outKtanding nulllilnj alitatotmisling
Ktanding llilnj of whith lld he h ha hiac iatb < n ami 111 hi hiHitter iji ijisister
Hitter 11 thirty Ihlrnln thirtyninelii nin ninTli
Tli 1 Court Iolrt nihI accordingly lrdlnlly decided < lor1 ecide l thai thaiMr thatMrs i
Mr I William Wllamll could 1111 not maintain mailtin her hernctinn brRCtnn hermictioti
nctinn RCtnn iinleHK 111 nh h prnve rmy1 l that IIh elm hn wise WI a aMnc aI aatnckhiolilr
atnckhiolilr atnckhiolilrdug I k hI hIInl
dug Inl Ming lnl for OlrU1 fUr AssaIlants AHallantiInhn AssaIlantsJohn alnt alntInhn
Inhn I Fenge 11 Z1 7 jear r old > ld of M Mdi Mdiflraveccnd SO SOnrai
nrai nrnd > nend avemte itVefl50flfld 1 and Henry ln Rabh Ithh IH IHnir I It Iysira
ysira > nir t old Ild i of f W Z 4 Weet We 1 Nineteenth Mreet Mreetrwentlr etreetrssemttly
rwentlr 1 I canvicle Ctln conveted WIt < l of MMtaiilt llt on n young younggirl i igirh
girl irt were TCterdy wnlenowl by younl Judge JudgeIawiett i iFawi Ita
Fawi ta Iawiett cu tt in IK II Inly jiiintv Court lOIr dirt Brooklyn Brooklyntip I IIn
In lint n I lsa M than five Ih and threo th year rOI11 N r re rempectlvly
mpectlvly in Sing tlnl ing Sing S n
IN TN Lansden Electric Eletrc Wagons agons fitted Ited with h the perfected perfectedEdkon perrectedEdn perfegtedEdion
Edkon Edn Storage Battery Batery every ever pound of unnecc3 unnccrsn UflflCCeir ar arweight
I weight in wheels tres trc axles frames lrmes and bodies bodiieliminated i ieliminated h helminated >
eliminated elminated but not beyond the point of absolute salct salcf saIerThis salctThis
This saving of weight reduces reduces in a corresponding degrci degrcithe UCKteI dcgr
I the wear and tear on tires tres and mechanical mechanical parts Dart and andthe andI
I the amount of energy required to move the vehicle vehice itself itsclIt itsel
I I I It I increases increass the power available aviable for load loal transportation transportationresulting trnsportstun trnsportstunresuling
in mileage on a single anjcunsequent
resulting resuling greater mieage battery charge anj anjconsequent
I consequent economy in operation operationIlirlter opertionPrlb
I Ilirlter eSbe Inor I Inorwatiua noJ1 mjtiart I on Oi Kt R Riquvit i mi mionfit
onfit Mtnlton Tie TttTHE ri SI Sm Ib IbT lib libIPtig
111 IPtig IPtigThE
I INewark
Newark N J Jr 1 1rmaa J f
r rmaa rmaaIirarh > a aIHStt
IHStt I U llrssck Ird Hr k
KNUI Result of f Complalt Complaint of Condltlom Caltom la lai S IaflihIngton
naihtoston MarketCompt0 Market MarketComptroller
nahlelon arl
Comptroller Complrler Prendergait PrDdergat revoked roke yes yesterday Y Ytery yestotday
iitands tand in inj inVahington
terday tery permits pri for or sixtytwo
Washington Market For or a lone lime limebusineM tm tmbUln timebuainee
busineM bUln men In and about abut the market markethave markelI markethave
have been bn complaining cmplaoluc of the disorderly disorderlyand dlrer
and unsanitary Innltar condition cnditon of the atreeU atreeUand Itlr Itlrand ottsetsand
and sidewalk lIid 1 k For many years accord according r ¬
ing IUI to th the Comptroller Complrler the Ih practice prtc has haiIxHii ha1Nt hasiceti
Htandholder of ofIttlmndoniug ofal ofabandoning
IxHii iceti growing Irowlul among amoul lanholdeR
abandoning al > udoolug the 1 stand Inside lh the market marketwhich marketI marketwhich
which were we int inlfndt intended nde l for the u U nec of mer merchanlM merchanl metchianta
chanlM and ad taking aklnl stands land on 01 the Ih side sldeI sidewalks IdeI
walks wlk and on Ibo streetn streetnComptroller alteatsomptroller 111
Comptroller Prenderganl l nerlat ha had ba an aninMligation anInntlton annvestigation
inMligation omllroler ma ma4o < ie of the th condition cndiion of ofth 01th ofthe
th Inntlton th the market and wie life I legal rights rahl of aland atandholders Iandholde
holder His lii order of yesterday YfraT revoking revokingthe yoklnl
ll orflr
the permit of thirtyseven landholder landholderI steadhohierafor
for sixtytwo pnnlt lands la I a result reaultI lull lullIt
It wa W explained eplined in the Comptroller Comptrollerofllcn Comprler ComprleroflC
office that the Ih larger lar r number numbr of the per perI perflute
pr prI
oflC nut mitl which whih had < been revoked vokt related relatedto lle I III
to II the sidewalk Idlwalk stands Iao running ruuolc a round arunt aruntIlho aroundthis roundMho
Mho Ilho oiitnide ollide wall al of the market mrkel Many Manyof
of the Ibl holder holen of maid lode permit l > rio have ha 1mthea hath hatht
thea th e transferred lfred lo allow aloW tho opeuiiu opeuiiuof oull oullof
of aUll tal on the outside outido of the building buildingwith buillog btiildlngwith
with the th result ult that the condition cndiion of the thnsidnwalk tb tbIdwalk theuidwalka
sidnwalk Idwalk has ha been n complained cmpline of Mr MrPrendergant MrPrendergast Ir IrPrlndtrKat
Prendergant PrlndtrKat IIM ba satisflnt UI1 himself hlmel that thattho thattheen
tho thMe llnt street tre t stalls lal are ar encroachments encroachmentsand encrhent encrhentaDd I
and that there is I a nothing lo 0 prevent ptent him himdoing himdoinlt himdoing
doing away with wih them by the simple proc prociw prc I Iof
iw of cancelling cancelnj the permits permitsDETECTIVE llnl llnlIErlWTn IeunitsDETEcT
Warrant arrnl Out Ot for 1 MrKlnley of the Brook Brookl Br HrsokIn i
l 11 In > n Forts KoroeDetective for forlecl FortsDetective
Detective lecl Henry len K UoKtnley 1Klley of the theBrooklyn therokly theBrooklyn
Brooklyn rokly branch of the detective detthe bureau bureauKtate buu buutat bateauState
State tat street alrt has been bn ahoent a nt without withoutInavo wihout wihoutItvI withoutleave
leave ItvI since ai eight oclock ocok the morning momlc of oftho ofthn ofthnFourth
tho thnFourth Fourth A warrant Wrnt warrantcharghsghimwith charging chrllg him with withlaiuvtult witha I Iaoaault
laiuvtult was a issued lul by MagUtrato 11Strt4 Tlche Tlcheyesterday Tljh TigheyeMerday
yesterday yttry morning morningAugust momll momllAuct morningAuguet
August Auct PoroeUi Porl an espies eap wagon wagondriver w wagondriver < o
driver swore wo to the warrant wrt Porcelli Porcellinay Pot11 Pot11Nya Porcellipay
nay that tht after afr a quarrel qurl with McKinley MoKinleyover loKIIy loKIIyofr
over ofr two women in i a house bot at 335 S Atlantic Atlanticnienue ALnto ALntonnu AtlantIcavenue
avenue the th detective rushed ruh < out of A room roomand rm rman1 roomand
and struck him down downMcKinley dow downMcKinley
McKinley i li iii a I first Iit grade cd detective detectivefour dtUy dtUynlr detectivefour
four nlr yearn 1 on n the th force lot two years in inBrooklyn Inrokly inBrooklyn
Brooklyn rokly receiving livle WJ50 P26 a year 1MI He Hehas I lieha
has h ha a I wife I and two children < at hi his hI home
29 1 Crtton ton place pi Flathush Fthu They Tey havent haventoeen bYet bYetn I
seen n him since IIlnO Hunday Suy night nightorlon nllthtorlo nightorten
orlon orlo diafo Man an 8 for Dlierre DlierreNorton Dhnrf DlsererNorton
Norton Norto Chase a who waa State Stte Senator Senatorfrom Rntor Rntorrm Senatorfrom
from rm Albany Alhy county cnty and Democratic Democraticrundldate Dmorto Dmortotndldlf Democraticcandidate
candidate tndldlf for AttorneyGeneral AtomfrlrJ in I IU IUand tl I3end
and I Ie now a law tw partner prtnr of OCady ICAdy Her lr lrrk 11crrick Herrick
rick rk in the th firm Ir of Herrick lrck Farren arn Chase ChaseA 1 has hasa
A a Pennin nnln at S Najwau Sai street tl has h broughtnull brought rughtti
null ti for nr divorce clyor from frm hi hic wife wi who whoII waa waaMabel we weMabel
Mabel II I James Jamf of Williamstown WiLmown MAS MASThey MaThey 1
They T were WI mamed mred in IM7 IN but have hv been beenHi t beenlivIng
Hi livIng ins apart pr for several 1 year Mrs MrsChosn M Mlh MrChase
Chase lh inaken fk counter unr charges ehrt yIt She asked askedHuprnme askedStipremne kl I
Huprnme Court C4ur Justice JUtlc Page Pi yesterday Jtlr7
for or SAO s a week k almoy alimony and UOO W 5 counsel counselfen 011 011T
fen The T Court reserved frv decision df lon lonh
2 2r
Made by the te Oldest Oldet and ad Largest Lget Manufacturers M naders of ofPneumatic ofPneumatc ofPneumatic
Pneumatic Pneumatc Tires Ties in i the te World WorldI
1763 I Broadway New York
Hlaer SlaJ r of Col 01 Swop two Appeal to naprrns naprrnsCourt NupremaCourt aprrll
Court Cour bat blt Fall Fl to Uet Ball BallKANRAJI BUK4I BalIKaoan
KANRAJI K4I Crxr CIT Jury Jul S 5Or Dr D B C Hyde Hydeconvicted 17d iIy iIyconvicted
convicted Cvletd of having bvlK poisoned ple Col ColThon ColThor ColThorU Thomas
II Kwope was sentenced to life
Swop w atfnc lfe imprison imprisonment Imr Imprtaamoot a ament
ment at bard labor by Judge
bAr lbr Ralph Rlph RlphIthbw RalphLathehaw 1 1Luthshaw
Luthshaw Ithbw in the Criminal Court Cu here brl 1 1dy to today iol iolday
day dayAn dy
dyA An A appeal PPI to the State Stto Supreme Buprml Court Courtwaa Cou CouWA Courtwas
was WA fe filed by b Hydes ldea Attorney attorey and until Wla
it to I 1 taken up by h tho higher court cu thi thiprisoner lb lbprlner thqprisoner
prisoner prlner will wl remain rml in the county cuty j UJ
here hereTlie he hereThe 1
he1e The 1e doctor dolor and ad hU hl hi wife wie who has b stood sto
by b him so 8 faithfully altbuly sat at aide by b sldn id at whoq whoqcourt wheacourt bl
court cur opened Judge tathobaw Itw promptly
overruled onnule opoM the th motion moton for arrest of judg ju jumnt iu4 iu4ment ¬
ment nnd pronounced pronouoC sentence antl0 liT Iyd I1yattorney < V Vattorney t
attorney asked ked the Court our to grant t hail
1 This Judge Lothnhaw llhbw said he could culd bi not D
do and then Mr Ir Lucas
IThi luO presented pte 14 1 1amWvt iaffidavit
affidavit amWvt d2 for an a appeal appealAs appl
As A the Supreme Hupre Court Cour doe dO not men menuntil m muntil
until the th first week in me
10ti fnt wtk September 8pttmbr and nd M a
it linn h a heavy heV docket dlket It I Is I the belief blef of 0 tht thtattorneys II thjattorneys
attorneys attmoya that the case c a cannot CDO be b reachH
for at a least ala Ix months monthsDRIVERS Inonth InonthRnFRS tnonthaDfthIERS rd
Want ani Contractor Contrrtor Co That Ta Is IsHtreeti I IStreets 111
Streets NtrNt In I The T Mronx nroa to Raise Rait Pay PJ
I When eo it was wa time to go Io to work wor ye yetarday yse ysetetilay N Ntr
tarday tr morning ISO 1 drivers drYe of the th Watson WatsonI q qI
I I Contracting Cntrclnl Company ComJr put on their hat hatand hlit hlitand hate hateand
and went on strike trlk In The 1h Bronx ron Th Thi Tbcompany
i company cmpny asked akM the th police polc to I rend nd mnn mncurd In Inguard tuiguard
their stables tuhl
guard at lt Aqueduct Aquflc HTIWM HTIWMand aT aTad avei aveiand
and ad South Suth Kiiigsbridga Kluhrd road rOd and at 1 VIne loo I
del and NVeetchmlnr
ad kh8t avenues nvenuenTliere nnu1r avenuesThere
There 1r wa no trouble YNIr yraterdav or Ut Utevening Lsatevening t tevenloK
evening and ad it to I thought thoulht that there h1 win
be b an agreement Rllmllt soon In The T men want ant antrl a araise araise
raise from 2 to 92 SO
rl They are r part Itrt of 0 >
force for of 310 3 driver dri working worlaJ on n a Job Jobmaking j jotmakIng
making mklot Rtrrets tnl for or the th city Until Unt a IIllment
lament llment to I reached Ichf the Ih Police foHe will wi watch ach
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