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v Julv J2 23 3 The Th Oovernment Oovernmentlv nt ntI
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I > er r the Ih wording of lhi new newMtion II w w4tInfl
Mtion until th tin bill hllllmnUnjt hllllmnUnjtM amending amendingen
en M up II > n it Ih itecond reading readingH rsIstin
H The Th n clerk of thw Ih Houae 1I0u of ofox ofbs f fb
ox b bs been overwhelmed with withof withh Ih Ihn
n t h of amendments to thin th hill hilll hiliJlrl tiIIIairtra
l loirters Jlrl of f th this House 11011 and In arnip it itthat Itp
p that ha I party rtr lines Jin will williif I bs broken brokenmuch brolnil
> il > much as In n the cant of UK UKnttdom 010Ilrol theS
S Ilrol jYr4e 111 ttIiUt ttIiUttiiInfli U M Mnldom
nttdom in I deeply cI ply stirred over overr
tl r > n ind the th agitation ag lUon is I accepted acceptedf
u 1 f the Ih fact that religious rIIgtouse sun sunt IIh IIhfI
t en e are ar fI not dormant anywhere anywherei Inywh Inywhr r rp
r i do not believo that the Gov Govr
or r cin count upon carrying tho thoil th thr t
il 1 f the Ih h bill which bind tho th King Kingi
tr r i rhlp In the Protestant Ke Kerrr H HhJrch Rerr
rrr rr v d < hiirch as a by Uw established establishedir
ir II E F FR1n4 > otnel ind The English Nonconform Nonconformj
II t j d high churchmen w will 11I probably prohhIyr rolhl rolhlJ
3 i i r repudiating this formula while whileth
th v Pitch and nd Ulster members w wi wIll wIllLI 111 111Jrlfn
LI i > Jriven to support the th Opposition Oppositionr
r Of > r to e the th th virulence of the Opposition Oppositiontrrr Opp altlon
trrr 1 rtT tr Uquith In I I reported port to be I deter deterra
ra I rt 1 not to accept any anyaunndrnnt amendment to tnthr toIt totje
thr It rnracnt rmnt s bill hii and intends Intlld to t jam jamit jt
it I rr r < igh h the Ib Commons without wltholt con conc conSCM on ont
c t CM t any 11 U changes changesv hontr hontrr hin i ie
v e r r txing lnl a t former member memor of Bal Balk 81 81fr
fc < farnnot who ho supported ILpJ > rd the th bill billi bi
v i wan 3 introduced lrodlC hin h changed changedbit ehanedb hanlld hanlldb
bit b tucd Dd Whllo willing HID to assent nt to the therf tlf tlfh there
rf re vat va if f he h words which are ri offensive offensiveli uflnh uflnhI
Catholics th decla declar 11 la lahe
li I H RmAn man litholt in present
r n he sar a he In I Li unable uDhlf to accept the thee Ih
e 1 declaration because h < l it does d do not notr
r t am n any an lr pronouncement against the theJi thl
d < Ji r 1 if > f Catholicism latholk m Mnny fn opponents opponentsh
h 01 ll are nr titterminal rtermll that the tl new newc nt ntn
c isra in n shall h1 contain a specific IrIf th thllh thllhr thighi thighit < igli iglijr
jr t rno r re repudiation Nllftutnn > if f tho th Catliulic Catliulicto I eet1soItrting Ihol IholrUn
rUn rting to t know knn the th religious religiousvr rlllol rlllolr
r e < vr I f ht h obtf nuppTterj r rt r9 of if f the theI t th thI
I I i T hill 111 Mr Ir Afcquith lih Hie Ilf Prune Prunei Prlle Prllen
p i a iongreintr lonlrlltlIU1 tongreetittlti > nilt i Mr Mrhlef Mrhter Ir Irhllf
< hlef hllf Secretnrv llar fT Ireland IrelandMr Irrlall
l I Mr Ir Ituiulniiti Hmhlll tliH thi h Pre IrfI IrfIud rie rieTIirtI i iflvird
flvird ud nt I Kducntion 1IIun IIi t tto u j is n nVie tiS
S Vie 1t 1 Solicitor vltt 1llrnIr11 or Geueril Geueriliv etrs I 111 111j I aat
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iv j nredee I d that Ihlt there 1 lrl mil milin 11 I II 1tI
in I tI th t hi lnninion Ollnon otunion wh whn whnpfl hn hnr n np
pfl p nttetnptu tfmlll tii t jam Jai tlif tlifjase I Ic tlitZ
jase c Z I ill II a I couple cttIe of ofi If IfI
< i o < I t the h HminiI Huu t lrd lrdr lnt4 lnt4r I rd rdryLl
r ryLl > al II uwnt I III l hfr IWftTAb forn ad adS
b 1 la S booked hktd lor early arl in inliberal I inI
liberal 1 rI sav cay4 The h ral realt ralth
t 1 I th ri declaration dI rallon ii I te > a aIb0 > iec iecIn 1 1I
Ib0 In I wir I ir totutttutitnal totutttutitnalI ot on1 titutional titutionalrte Ufal Ufalt
I 3 rte t ItI tint Micciou llIOI is imt In Ini iint iintI U Urh
i Ih Hill Ihlf f Ki4htn Hhll nl 1 h hare 1 ht
t Th fhcq m4 hhh hhhI hti h hty
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I1ul and and ninre In jltraiti jltraitiI 1IIraml 1IIramlf jltran ti tip
p f zed fr In II tte k11 Hiiiiiti HiiiiitintIln ll llmllln
mllln ntIln I ih old hitter iliti ilitigained ititlIS 11
IS 1 1 ta gained allfd iiied way a here hereUVKK hlrf
f u rrIE YERECI f UVKK Ulh i UK lt Lonni Lonnir Lun1 Liflit
r t 9 1 iiic Ih < ecrccy crrc enshrouding lrlhroudin tle tler t tr tI
r I rnnct rne of th leader of the theci th LIIrl L14rgs L14rgsc1
C1 l moniftt nomt iirtic over th thTjrntion Lord Lordt
Tjrntion 1Allon t tu u lobt 1lt ie I of Parliament Parliamentd larhalfnt rlsirtntI
I d wn 1 n rin r ii t e tnit t th colifer Clrr Clrrt cnsfrisr t tre
t sr re enclFavirtt dIvr tj t r rsr icti h a I t sit Irnsn Irnsnthi ment menttho nnth
tho th Irish Inlh nome rul ril > iueftn u stn > n I l1o l1oof tit titcgth I
cgth of the thl conference onlrn nutgi UIII > ts that tliatit tU tUIa thatta
Ia it is I dealing dlng with wih something Imthluc more morei morth
i tho th constitutional cnUtulonal question qUlton of th tht thrtn
t inn of the th House lou of Ixinis which whicha whl1 I IJt
a jvd Jt its t creation crNton Report Jport persists prlit that thaIrlemlnt thattemeflt
4 tiiem rlemlnt temeflt nt of the th homo rule rul question questionA
A 1 federal I trl basis blill ban ha l been > eon propose proposetu pro pO1 pO1uJ poadr
tu r 3 r nCmrnde ricommnded commt < nded to Mr I lialfour the theixlrr th th1fr tha1et
ixlrr 1fr of f the th Opposition by some 1m of baa hintr hi hitJ
tr tJ influential Inluntlal supporters lupprt Whether Whetherit
it Cf sia mln s of the th Tory par prty party wl wi tolerato toleratoi tollrtclmplfle loleratscomplete
i complete clmplfle change of policy plcy on home bore rule ruloHOME rlo rlorum rulea
a rum
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It it reported Tprt that Mr Ir liryce the thl Uritlnh Uritlnhm IrUh IrUhm
tm m M Mdor to the United Unlte Suite Slt and andi andLar I
i tr Lar f drey the GovernorGeneral GovernorGtnlral of ofiAda ofd ofaaAta
< iAda d have Intimated Intmate to the thl iovern iovernC ovrn I
C t L > rut tt it will Il b 1m hopeleaa hoplft to expect expectc
c I e tigniDg flpnlg of un arbitration arhltrtlon treaty net netI lt ietI
I L 11 z a quentlona qU8uon between l tw 4n England and andfr
fr I I n r r td state tt until unti the Irish queation queationni
r L n tlfd solved solvedma I
ni 1 P I OConnor OTonnor1 M P quote quotHI quoteItoosveht
1 K I Itoosveht < x > evelt elt to the same 100 effect but hit It Iti I
i 10 tj t ted that Mr Ir OConnor OConnor is II I doing doingmani dolnl doingPetvn
mani IQr po 11lble iblo to t arouse aru Interest InterestIL
IL II M f lU dmonds Itomond forthcoming forhcmlnrr tour tourtnited tur turt tourt
t tnited lnlt l States Ittf1 for the purpose purp of ofrii ofj ofr4C
rii j L uadn i for thi Irish Nationalist NationalistTte StonUlt StonUlta ationalIatra
ra a Tte f Tt l Idlrll Iaideraof ders of the th Tory roryand or and nd Ul Ilberl IlberlI LIberal LIberali ral ralI
I s W uld ld I be H > delighted dl htp to escape ° r the thef
f > n rf f the eternal etlull question luHton but butMnr ItitWpt
Wpt Mnr 0 any settlemant suggested II gltP by byttrnc II bYfrtkrs I
ttrnc 1 will wi meet the th approval approvalf
r f Tim Of M tl this Tory party pryl i Is doubt doubtr
w WI irxET8 trtTs Wit Ttfr Witiplv 8CCCEllll 8CCCElllljplv rccKs E Eilv
ilv h hr re is I no basin h1 for the th re reHarry rehtnrry 1 1i
I II
Harry Pay Payne Whitney ltn1 will ro isT
i nrr In no wl j jm
< m T tl I FnglUh rn lh turf On tho th con contis n 1 1m
im1 m tiin I mad t WRIV twslya entries for 1912 1912niteri 101 1012t
rac entr
niteri t 0 rI an proof Irnof that h will II stick stickx
x e > r Iii > Ktabio Ibit nder the thoM thf theiac f ff
M iac aeTi Tunit nt of f lit k lovnor ffnr lias 1II Ian IanhiaIiatsI i ii
i liitllcatetl lIIlral118 its siJcqa ucce 11C < e f of 1009 1009xrr lD li0irrsi
xrr irrsi lif 1 f7 more lr nt tnk ke and nd purses pUrN puraer I Ir I Ir
r Ktiro 1111 While Wil hails Mr Ir Whitnoy Whitnoyjred Whln VhItnsyI t tr
I red r nny n of tho classic ov svents VI VIth nU nUi
5 i HM j4 < lbs th most nangulno enguineniintI i iiiiinal
unglo unglo1IInlt ii i
iiiinal 1IInlt niintI l twolvi honw hor < for the th thu theThrs
2 Threnr Thrs ars 3 3l < inominj nomiruatians nomiruatiansiitya4iln tlonn tlonniiiyM
iiiyM iitya4iln > nar u from the United Unitedi Cnlw
0 i Wmant W181 Inani hin h not abandoned abandonedaitirmg Rlandon RlandonImnl i4hOfllOnMdatiirlng
aitirmg Imnl the th Derby l > rhy which whichsri I Il
sri l when wIi 1 h pnld laidJ J J K i Mad Madr Indr
r sr r Mnrm 1Irin Mr Ir Winan Winanli WlnAnhr VlnanIir
li hr r Mnildoti 1111 colt It nnd en enrly enI n nYRr
I rly ti nzt xt year yearM
M V in f 0 OKN Wf WfOlrlRO wiotirlitn wiotirlitnt > OiroBr OiroBrW I In
W t in n of New S sw York gave a ait RI iiit
it I ih I Cnrllon rll Hotel 10 in int I II Ii
> t > wiirt I < Woodford on i idintingui If
0 f dintingui f litnjllh1 II it i ngubhwl > > h l comj enhti enhti1rd
lx 1rd > rd Alverntone lord I riI riIt i iI
I t iirfix and Sii1 lird rt I Or OrVIlr > l6rcl er I Ii
i vvmuur w VIlr Archdeacon Archdeaconi Arrhmn ArrhmnIrll ArcIaqln4conMirtin
i v Mirtin Irll F 1 T Martin Martini
i > ir r P Iry lsrny rcy Sandernon SnnIonIlllrr SnndrsoniIItisniIsr SandernonxMl
iIItisniIsr xMl Illlrr > inder nnd alI1 M II IIs I IiM
s iti II t Fntnclwo Frlli ArTilre ArTilreI I It
I I xplitin tllll humorously humorouslyi hllrIly hllrIlyI
i in I I honor of lcaii lcaiis Irall IrallrI1 tsiejusthis
s IJT rI1 th this menu rnl Mr Mri 5lriifldifl Ir IrI
i t indon ii > miiAlrul muelraaltlsrI j jreri
II tlsrI reri r in fn negroes 1 rOM playing 1lnYlnl i iu ItPo
u tR I iri I > IntnAt 1111 hits American InrlloulI i it
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A I5 nryIrsrr nryIrsrrr ° rtaru rtaruI
< il llifchcxk William WilliamfvirH
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t eK j I in t Ixitidon 1ldl The Theft T 1h
t ft M M4 JI at tue tie UOI urn an hotel hot hotI
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for which reon Inn A few American Amerca poll pollticiarM pollticjan
ticiarM tcla who lu are a hers h invented th the pl pltcla tale tae taef taleof
1 of > f a conference nflrnC for the purpone Jur of dl dlpln dlpeing
1 P pln peing enu If < > f the Ih New lW ew York Rilbeniatorial RilbeniatorialUomination Rlllnlatora guhenintorialI
IlumlnoUo I Uomination Kach of the th three thre gi Intl IntlI gintls gintlsmen > ntle ntlemen
men mn domed dnlll they had dUouiwd rlU politic politichere polt polithtiers
I here h None ventunxi to predict pllct the th thalit n nult issuit
suit alit of the State convention Nnlo although althoughMr hhnlch hhnlchI
I Mr Ir Willootn Iot friend frlelds modentlr luxltJ aiimittel aiimittelthat wtinitiedthat hll1 hll1I
that Im I Ii had fn sncted nt1 clel a lightning Ihchtnlnl ro rOI roil > l and andho ae andhod
I ho hopd < e < l It would wflid U I < Mnick t Icl Mr Ir lllttili lllttilicouk Iluh Iluhcook Iliuthcoik
cook started tar1 for Parin pn in the tbl middle of ofI
I the th week fk and d Mr Ir llarm llm an a1 antI < > his hil hi family lamly lamlylant fimilysiiikil
1 nailed lant on the tamnla Carnll arnnii toduy toduyPJIRKVTUOOD tod8ytAIiatAHhI
I IAIIIACK tAIiatAHhI ANI 41i PJIRKVTUOOD PJIRKVTUOODWhether PASNlon PASNlonh PARYt11OOflVhethr
Whether h thr th thus lovernment oujtlit ouht for foithn fortl forthis
this tl protection prnlfton of ff the th race rC to t 1811 Iaaiis SKUA SKUAcertifkate I II a aertIfl4ate
I certifkate frikatf of phIal and ld mental mnta tltnesi tltnesibefore ItOl1 titne titnebefore
before If I marnaKe marnaj won di rllf dbosased riiM > d at the thehealth tl thehealth
health hlh contemn cOUf at Uirkenheod Ulrknha Dr DrUarne DrTunt DrIiarne
Uarne Tunt advocated ad > alr a Uw lw for the tht ootnpul ootnpulory Ompulory
ory examination Imlnalon of persona pran deoirlng deoirlngto dHrllK dHrllKto
to marry marr He le waited rP that the thf tteril tteriliratlon steriliratioti trl trlIratnl
iratlon Iratnl of If the tlf unfit If better undttn understoodwould understood understoodwould
would meet with general nlra public puhlo iiipport iiipportDr lppr iipportI
i Dr Ixwlle urged ur < the 0 teaching of sex sexphysiology e ephyiology J
physiology < y preliminarily 11lmlnrl in the th home homnand homanft homeand
and later in the school chnl He I aid Id Igno Ignorance lao laorn inorance ¬
rance rn of eugenics accounte aounl1 tccounted < i for for much muchDoctor muol muchDoctors
dbU
Doctor Ot in convention cnnnUon at t Edinburgh EdinburghaUo Fdlnbur < h hal
also al discussed dlrlUd perfect frfet Parenthood JMntho Many Manyagreed Manyagrend lln llna
agreed a < 1 that thl it wa u a advi adllble adiiaablo able to dlncouracr dlncouracrparenthood dIAurn dtscoiraspaienthcswl
parenthood lntho > 1 on the l part rt of the unfit unlt and andto andto andto
to encourage fncour < largo rln families famlr by I the lit litIt tItIt illIt
It wo WI declared dfLut that tl the quality qualt1 of the therace th thrN therace
race rN wn I deteriorating drterruna owing w hil to t tIm thrfertility th thffrtlty tImfertility
fertility ffrtlty of the Ih unlit The T Government Governmentought Coemmnt Coemmntoliht lovernmntought
ought oliht to endow parent Irnt capable Arbl of pro producing prodlln jrodiacing ¬
ducing healthy children There Th won WI al already 1 1fb 1rrcIy ¬
ready fb a movement in that direction dirfton by bydecreasing hydpreulnj bydcreaMng
decreasing dpreulnj the th income tax on the tht fathers fathenof fathnof
of large families familiesA falnll falnllWOAS
A WOMAN 11 l roLnicii roLniciiMn mLI tnLrncqMiii
Mn 1 AdaJohnnon a aDevonhjptwnnian aDevonhjptwnnianha Devonshire Oonahlf woman womanhaa nmanhl
haa hl been bound over to appear al r for trial trialI trialion
I ion on the charge rhrt of political 1ltIAI inttmtdatnu inttmtdatnuAt lumldlnl
At tho Ihl la 1t last t Parliamentary Ilrllmrnlar liyrlectkon liyrlectkonthe hyI lt n nth
I the th tenant of r one n of Mrs Irl Johnson Jnhnln m mtaCf rot rottagea ot ottall
taCf tall tagea a 1 111 lttieaI lt > eil dupUyed Ip d Ilbentl IIhemllt IIhemllttn vtrs vtrsIn Ki r rtn
tn hi h his window 1cn tins 1I Jfhnnon lijecteil oIjectsdXIII1 lijecteilnnd
I nnd anl warned arnllh ihi tenant not that h I he ought oljht no nolo not notSo
lo vote ot for 11 the I Liberal IIhml iiliddite alcldt The Thej n ntI flistiheriI
j tibeml tI r1 pir f v m prooecuting prlutlj Mr f lohmn lohmnmdr tohnuniifliiir > o > mtin mtinunder
under th law forbidding orhhtllj intimidation intimidationSeveral Intinui4tloni UIIItOI
I Several i 1 w men I gnrst lllstP at a tie 1 tentta tenttaf 1Ala 1Alaf
f the th nlrr4 iijnrrl nrda HH ltrigais > aile I crenteil rsuutqlI ominent ominentl IIInl IIInlt
t l > efJlM tis th they V Te f e h rI el i > 111 111i 1 1whirls It Itliirb
i whirls hl were liind lutinteii One 0 fln wi Kn KnI 50rsl 0 0r1
r1 11 list 11 a Ily iIetru 4 it I I oPiis oPiisj < I
I I that thot it looked hllr ii I us tl Illh tiuih > iiih it I were r covered coveredwth lordth
wth th ttvnhlt hl iiit i It t Mower Mowerin
Ir IrII
in II the th ti t tsauner mer Ciironii lirnl piiling < today 101 101I
I 1 f flr for r X Nw w Yirk III rl u 4rs re W X llriidy Brad Orat Oratieirge GrntII
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PABIS J Anl July JII i I tiis be I Abb b Horm t ha h hI hae haeannotineui
I 1 announced to the Ih member lhr of 1 the Ihl Anidemv Anidemvtde kaiademsthe aelm aelmI
the I diafuviTv I f an unKnowii II nl urK otkltaitie Il b bKarine hlaII >
Karine laII 11 1 1 nuiiiix stats 1 114 ript Ilt ri m I ontitliil ontitliilIKepri an 11111 111111 S it liat liat1ipri
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laiili 111 of or f h ha iVith Pjalrii Pjalriil 1 1 11IOI
l It w WIs n found a amOIiu 1IOI mou > th I Frencn maiii maiiifMrpt1 roansPirts all allrll
fMrpt1 rll Iollectet 1 1011 in 1 rue Ih heventeentb Inl ien ientlrv i eui euitar u uIr
tar Ir tv I the Ih Polish Iolh preUt Xiliipkv Xiliipkvll 7IIIk 7IIIkI
ll I t ii now In prei rve1 m 1 n the Ih imi 11ni rmi ii iibrarv I Ihran Ihrarv
brarv 11 eat t Si I Peter tstihusr bur 1 1lie iifle 111 IW I III twugi twugitill M Mthe
the II IIIMIP Ull of the I authur AUllor and a the th Jrf JrfII Jra4t Jra4tar rrfio rrfioare
are ar mihMinj mihMinjThe II naisinrue i il
i The l AM hi hIm Itonnet attributed rlhut the th pieoe pieoeto pi
to lUrine Jtlnl on the th ground Irounr of a number numlierof nlmlr nlmlrof
of remarkable rnrkahl linsiii In linaistic 1ilt0 tic reeeinblaiicea reeeinblaiiceato rffhlIC rffhlICHacil1
I to KacineM Hacil1 peculiarities JtIIN of style trl The Thehandwriting n nhlwrittl Thehsintlwritsng
handwriting hlwrittl M 1 not no lldn ltavinss IUrin < but t ut the thepaper Ih Ihpapr theis
paper i is of the I kind k mcl h I generally ral une ufd ufdIt used usedit < l lIt
It if II known kfo n beridrA td that lta liI ltaeine < ine w wparticularly was wasarticiaiarly a aI
I particularly l > rtcularl fond of 0 the Ihl PMtlnm 111 The TheAbb T TheI
I Abb lh 1onnet 1nnf1 nnnet idenlfie Idnlf the Ih manumrii 1IIUlrl tuatauserairas t ta
I a as ne n llacme entni enuruted nlllt t < > < i to l odard > two twoday twoday
day d before l for hu hi death deathci detItus Ih IhtWI
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LONIKIN July Juil 23 3 Ihe Ih lunanier tan Kranconla tancnla Francoma
coma cnla which la I declined hlnN for the thflfrpl thflfrplIklon Liverpool IjverpoolIlonton LiverpoolIkiaton
Ilonton Iklon service rlc wax W launched lulhN at WalUiend Wailln WalUiendthi I
this afternoon 1mon She Sh i II is not 1 so o large in inpoint I inpoint I Ipint
point pint of gross jrO tonnage lonnal ax the thfbll big Cunard Cunardcrs
crs er and aho ha was not built Imlt with wlh the Ih object objectof ohjet ohjetI
I of rivalling ralnK thai Ih Mauretama 1urflana or Limit Lulanta Luasitania Luasitaniain an I a ain
in 1 npeed r Never Serlhl heleiM she h i is it I pretty prettybig prly prlyhlR pisttybig
Mh She f7S fet length and nii hiui hiuia
big ship hIl I II is suit in Inlh Al ha
a net tonnage of isuon 11 She Sh han h a breatlth breatlthover
over all 1 of 71 fe feet l Her lr intenul Inlral arrange arrangemenu Irall arralagemint
menu and al accommodation crmmolUol will wi Irmurn Irmurnthe Ilurf inisurstint
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the other on the Thames Emlwiiikmeni EmlwiiikmeniThe tlhllmnl
The priicesioni mapihe Inarh1 l to Hyde ld Park HarkI Parkwhere
I whore hr from forty fry platform plltfonuA noted nol 1 women womenleaders wOlln wOllnla womenleaders
leaders la of f the th kufTrag auffragstte ulru tte movement movementmad mOII4I mOII4Ima moefliealtmade
mad addnwoe addnwoeI ads dI dIIay lressse lressseMany
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of them thl gowned in white 11 marched Ina hd linger lingerthe Indrthl tanderthe
the thl green KI purple and aOt white hl bauneiVof bauneiVofThC bnner bannero1The of ofTh
ThC Th The Cauae al u e Mn 1 M 1 Drummond rnlnnn1 astride astridea atrde atrdea
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l Illon ieion lons The Thl women 1011 tramped to the Ih mu m music musicI io ioof loot
I of forty rOr bands bad A feature f0IUl fc aturit of tho prtx prtxsion pr prIon priwe priweI <
I Ion was a body ly of HIT Ili r1 women who ho had haduCered hac haclue1 hailauterrtl
uCered lue1 imprisoument improulnt for th the sake se of ofThe ortufr ofsuflraie
tufr tufrI suflraie suflraierIte
I The Ititv Iu Itu Dr r Anna Al3 ntia Shaw Sha of New e ow York Yorkcommanded YorkI Yorhcomanandect
I commanded Cnlnand a group < roUI of Americana mnlo who wholuarrhed whomuarrhed 10 10larrhl
luarrhed larrhl undor the Ch Stare t und n Stripe StripeThis Strp StripetTht
t tTht This Th group had the ti place pi of honor among amongthe amonlCtb
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folorailo oIMn < o t vnimni nl and nt Idaho Ir IrMartin Ir IrIarlm llrMartin
Martin the h Hev II Anna nIA Sh Shaw w and n1 Mire 11 Hart Hartof Ilrt Ilrtof
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virriorudoiii rnr11 riiii ibis > is i I thu h greatest greatestthat azreateitelesnoiusti t thii
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t uf f I nj1 flliiriuifc She Sh Milt We Wevromn W WOln e ewan
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11 I It 1 1I 1 1I
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I lo urmnunl urlnult1 Ml ui Trials Trlnli1prrul Trlli TrllitUI Trialsipvcel
1prrul tUI 1 f C4ie JX < Duptiit it THE Ti 5th 5thlattl rM rMUOMI t
UOMI Hml July Ji 3 ranlinal AKlianii ilarl rr rrplymg n nt teplyan >
plymg tn t ti a u question qllon an t L to whether the theChunh th thChurh theChmuruh
Chunh Churh hail eic eieaunminlrittt < imminlcat < l lbs th wifn wifnof if ifnf
of lnnc Inl < tinonr Olr nf < > f lni I niaut ia IKHMUVJ slut nhumarried Ihl IhlmArn slutunarruest I
married mArn n Irowntant lrlI MII MIISo 110 110o > I In
So o fix I ml II i iXuOtIitfltifliIltiOfl > x vjmm < inimtion is I IIlf re reiiir iDiiriii
iiir Ilf iiriii lae i marna larn uiarrtagfe e coflttt4l intrui ti > l in conflict conflictwiih rntt rnttlit coniartith
wiih lit ith Situ laws of lh Chjrrh are lre punished punishedby plnaho
I by h ouch Ih a j plall nalty de 1 tt jure jureUucKtioned JIn JInVlruon1 jriraQurstaonei
UucKtioned a as to It whether he ftvired ftviredtroublo flule faarcdtroublca
lirlblo troublo again a al r th the fhirch in termany termanyho HrmanI
ho h said Nld The Th Church hlrh I is now ni pjMine pjMineihtrMiRh pasaingthrough
I through Ihlfh a period of perxvution 1 < lton It i iengage II IInll1 Iingted
ITn
engage ingted nll1 < l in a t mont grnve grl battlo ball almont almontall lmlt lmltal
all al over Eiirope EiiropeKefernng tuol EuropIteerntig
Kefernng Hlllrnll to Spam hn h Mid Ir a 1 rupture rupturebetwreti MlpllN MlpllNlw1 niptisrebetween
between lw1 th tl the Church and Slate warned ml to toIM
IM li ilmo omct t impoMiiihlH 111hl KeliKioun nIJol fe rUni feuhng feuhngI > hng hngl
l very r ntrong tronl among unon the In l iitrlits orlt rll tn and anddouhtleiut ald aldI antidoutitksa
douhtleiut dOlhU they Ih the would wolr riM rl to tt Irtt irot t the theChurch theCu theChurch
I Church Cu h thus thl creating NttJ senou 1 01 embi utainharrasa utainharrasamerit lbr lbrmnt rra rrament
merit mentTho mntTh meritThe
The Th Interviewer InfCIr remarked rmarkli < l that the thorraponnlbllity th thI theI
I rraponnlbllity for the th present nut ut of ofTain ofalll ofaffairs
alll affairs Tain wow WA thrown thrwl on l Lio > XIII II The TheCanlinnl Th Th1 TheCardinal
Cardinal aid 1 The T statement is unfair unfairan unfl unflant unfairand
an ant and < l groundNiw Irundl Politic loltC in I like Ik war warNobody wlr wlrSobod warohiody
Nobody would woult drom dlr of calling albnl a 1 recent recentdefrat recentutfeat nt nttrat
defrat trat the tl connwjurnce OIlunC of I a prece ptlli ptlliIcor preceding precedingactory < lillg lillgvictory
victory Icor Leo 1 wan WI H a great lat pOltl ikimti x > ntifT and andled andl andled
led l the th Holy See l with wth great Int splendorS splundorThe splendorSThe ploclorT
The T inter Interviewer icwer suggested 11ted < i that the theChurch tl theChurch
Church Churh wold b 1 but > expoeod Jx to great It Ion Ionif IO IOi losif
i if It continued ntlu1 lt its preseut policy pl The ThoCardinal TheCardinal TheCardinal
Cardinal said saidThat saulThat ail
I That is II an error trr The policy IJIC of the theChurch thl theChurch
I Church Chlrch Is il most wi wt wise but bi circumstance circumstanceoauw < rrtln rrtlnal
oauw al event evn 1erhapn Jrhp it in II Uoda Cod will willthat wIl willthat
that th thChlrch Church show ho how it can an oxeirome oxeirometh onml onmlth otercomeihawe
th ihawe apparently allanlly in urmountabl Inurmolntabl difll difllrtillloa uitflmatiliie lnl lnlILe
rtillloa rtillloariviw4s ILe
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stun IIn of English 0111 KmlKrant KmlKrantsp EsusigrantspftIIi IIrol IIrol1I
sp spftIIi rnl Cit Hiipalt 1I la lilY TI TIIOmo SlN SlNIxK SiIIIAnwoS
IxK IOmo IAnwoS oN July 23 3 A purliivmentary purliivmentaryrrKjrt 11rhlllntr 11rhlllntrrIIrt
report l 1111 auaud > nue < l toxlay conlaillt onllil lh reply replyof
of the th Hight Hon lon J B I S SI Sc01e7 ley parlia parliamentary Jrla Jrlamllar trIiamefltai7 ¬
mentary mllar secretary rtry to the Colonial Oftlce Oftlcei
i n reply to the th utursti 11uo iientlon of f J II I Thomin Thomincnncernlng Thamtconcerning
concerning CunurU1 lnar nonadmiwiloii nonOdlllol of ofthe ofthremigrant
the emigrant th mllmnt Harry Iarry IVmlwrton llrlrtln last lt May MayMr MayMr I
Mr S SIy Seulsy eey promises proml that an l inquiry Inlll will willbt wi wimad willhut
bt > made Into the th matter mattert I Ir i
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fommlMloner < llarrUon larrlon Helen NIIII Hllr HiI and amirrmncm andtrranee od
rrmncm an for Kxhllilt Kxhllilts Ehiisttspr14S hlll hlllrl I
spr14S s < fu rl Cabtr c 11111 tspiSh w piK1 IK TIIS TI 5th 5thRof t lo > c cnoir
noir o JILT 33 3 Mr Ir Harrison larrlll United UnitedStates Un Inited2tates rd
States Statl Commliioner to the th Home exhibi exhibition axhihition sllh sllhton ¬ I
tion ton han hal left after aflfr completing orIUnj arrange arrnngementn a arrangement1 rnl If IfIn
mentn In for nn n American lprk1 exhibit exhibitHe Ihthl
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won th traveling trAIIIC prize givon jlon by the theAcnd timeAroddinle
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MaULs IJi Inly 2 21 Srrelary rary eel I War WarPicklnnon WarDickinson ar arDicklon
Dickinson arnv rrsvnui > xl hero lo today todayAfter ooln oolnAflr < lny lnyAfter
After ho and Gnat ton 1 rUlwanln twArl landed lindndih 1rn landedthey
ih they y were er escorted pcdrtfl lo II the th lola lalace > ulaco by a abattalion abatalon abattalion
batalon battalion of cavalry ravnlryThey rAAlrT cavalryThey
They T r arc ar lbs Ih guests 111 of the th Governor GovernorCMnersJ Gfvmornfra GovernorGeneral
General nfra
IOIK IU flat IT t of f TS T WITH WITHArchbUhop UITIIrRTVlAI UITIIrRTVlAIrhblhol aKTfjj4I aKTfjj4Iretubishop
ArchbUhop rhblhol of IUbon bol Altutln nUn ni Aistnjl Aistnjlthr A atnt atntth ainstthe
the th Coternmrnt ealrment Kinbany Vacant Vscsntshrill VacantptIdt atant atantrl
shrill rl < < W Wv IHIPU l Se TIC TeI SUIt 5VKI
I I innoN 1101 July 23 3 The h coldneM 1hl of the therelations tht
relations M1tlol between ItWM Portugal 101111 and the thf Vati Vatican al ¬
can Mn in I much comment Ifmlete conmunentel i upon upn He Hetcntly I Itsecutly
tcntly Cardinal C rrlnal Merry 2frr del Val 1 wrote wrotelo wntt
lo the Ihl ArrhbUhop rhllhol of Hra Ira Ilraa a ordering th thMipprrsHion tht the thessipIrioia
MipprrsHion of a TortugurMo rortlKI Franciscan Franciscinpaper Jranclll JranclllTi Franciscanlumper
paper The Ti order wa w obeyed obeyedThe ollye obeyedThe
The Government norH1 regarded rlganol this thl aa I nn nninfringement a aIlnfrln4mlnt anInfringement
Ilnfrln4mlnt infringement of lf its prerogatives Irro < alh and andthe a1 a1I antithe
I the thlro Crown rowrt published plhlh1 a royal deure 1t oen oeneurliiK oetacuring n ni
i curing ril I thee thl Vatican VatCI The Thl ArchbUhop Archblholl Innow In II III isnow
I now organizing or Anlllnl a clerical rlc1 campaign camplc to tnprolcnt toI totrott
the decrpe decrpeTho tlecreeThe
I prolcnt agaiPKt lallM dfr dfrI
I The Th Pope Pop having hlnlnlC refu refitseal el to accept aOpt two twneminent twoI twoeminent
eminent lrlnnt politician poltcianI propone prollJ propasel 1 as 1ortu 1ortuMinister Iortu11f I ¼ irtu irtuguese
I 11f guese Minister lnlttr to t the th Vatloan AUo the thf em emnow embasvis m mI
I bayb now vacant vaant and nd the Cabinet blnt h hIn hI has hasdecided
I dlldr1 decided to leave I It vacant vant pro torn tr The Thrmy Tl TltC ThecuIo
tC cuIo my MI It Is I a not Impossllile Impll that the theemboMy we14lb4Y theI
14lb4Y I embassy will wil l hi > e abnllshcxl abnllshcxlSHIltTKMXT ahlleJ abolishJI
I ruru SHIltTKMXT siiznrrticrI UlnTlrUr STRIKE STRIKECtrl Tmlr
I Ctrl At APpeal > t > rsl to 0 the th IunlloNar uhUa They Tl < el elOnly e1I t tI
I onl Only Starvation 1raUon Wages WacrsI a aln
I I I Xftrtti ln C4 C4bl l ntifiitt n11 It 5 Turn Ta Srx Srxi 1 Sr SrPAhIS
i PAKIS July Ju1113 73 The Te shirtwaist airlt makers makenhero tker makershere
> hero hrr have h4 gone on strike strikoThe atrlkeTh strikeThe
The girl Ilrl have hl1 appealed alsIe to t the public publicto publi
to assIst AUt them In i forcing foring their Olr employer employerto mployfr
i to pay py them more mo than t starvation tnaton wages wagesi wagesIIOMIIA wageItUUJ4 ae a aI aI
I
I I IIOMIIA IW114 4TW41M VIIS VIISllonrturan UI StZLSI
Honduran Pretender rftCndr las n Two Rehooner RehoonerLoad lCoonlr Rehoonerload
Load 10 I of Men Cn and nd Arm ArniiCak Arnlrll ArmSwtimt
Swtimt rll Cak Cable 4 DtipauA DUIII1 la S Sflzlzr TH Sn SnBritish 1 1I
I nELIZF flzlzr British tah Honduras Uonua July JulyA Jul 3 3roiltol 3A
A A revolution roiltol In Honduras londur is I impending impendingI Imp ImpendingManuel ndn ndnI
I I Manuel HotillU fouSU former President Paul ut of ofHonduras ofIlondurl ofI
Ilondurl I Honduras who ho is I now seeking to t ovor ovorthrow oorIhrow oyorthrow
throw President lUvila Ia has left Itft Deliu Deliuwith Dlz DlzIh 13tIrnth
with Ih schooners hoone loaded with Ith
two Indld tn IUn IUnrn men menam n narms
arms am rn and nd ammunition ammunitionAt mmuIUoo mmuIUooI
I At t lat accoituu col1 the th revolutionaryexpedition revolutionary olutlonryI
j expedition tpllOr won Wi reported prt off of Jlovers JloversI
I I Reef JteefI H f fj
I When WIn the t news of the tnf sailing ln of the thei thellnl theItonilla
i llonilla llnl expedition rPtton became m known the thelioornment the11frmlnt theI
11frmlnt I lioornment of british Brtlah Honduras took tookencrgetir tok toktri tookenergetic
energetic tri < I st 11e itep p to stop it I A company cmpny 01 olI
I llruitti Jrllh soldiers rld i me now leaving HVI hero on oneteatuiFr
1 11 eteatuiFr tnf Urr r in 1 pursuit pursuitNrw plrlultS istiraililCntESss
Nrw S onLKttn CluSI July JLI3 s < inr lovers Kf Ref Refus f fi fIh
i us the Ih nam giveu IU to to t a group grup of coral coralr crl crl1boll
r IP I p itx 1boll ibuat > iit ut tv t mie Iul 515tha Southeast IOltlat or Ivliz Ivlizard Ihz lilizanti
anti af1 directly dl lh in I the Ih path ath th of ships anlp bound wundIrnr boundtrout
1 trout Irnr N Orlean lrlIM t Spinish tpmiah Honduras Hondurasi londlra londlrai
i i TIIHV Th h havuta ve pr Irltl pruveis vrii u I veritable rlahl niKntmare niKntmarelo IIInllol IIInllolI
lo niinncri r rl DOIHA hIj of at f their tho dangerous dangerousposition cItroul IIngrouapoutitmun
I position pn llon MIU I S nd many 1n v Utaiss seln 1 hae ha a come cometo
to grief JIlf there thereThe IhrThl titersThe
The Thl most noticeable 10Irlabl wreck wrtk in recent recentyearn rntI
I yearn ttUt wax 1 as that of th the steamship 1fArhp Alpin Alpinin
in Iii 1 winch Ildl Wnlmm Whlm Atlkr llr wan making lklnl 1 his hisiy hi hiI
1 iy with Wlh a tug 10 caigo alo of merchandlno rchaldi lo loI
i I Honduras londura where llr he h v was > ai a necking ellnl refuge refugenfte rfulf refugetfte
nfte Ifl ih lbs collape Ala1 if f Ins hll high hllh finance financeoperation nnancf financeI
I operation nrrlton4 m I Sew s 5W Orleans Anotheri Another nflhrI
I i recent rO wre wrI wrsk k fhere ran that of the th te 10 tafli taflisImii m msliift
sliift II Ali Atisuti 11 l M 1 of th the United UnlN Fruit Jrult Com Compativ ComIn Cornuatmv
pativ uatmv In The TI r refs f t woulj oIJ IM I an n ideal ren rendezvutin rndz reniPZVtie
dezvutin dz lor a tllibuitenng IlhhUhrll oipedltion oipedltionpro e PIton PItonIrI
pro i isicti < le < iheie Ihll tIii a waq ai a fair f lr weather wfthr but butrough hit hitrOIh hutrough
IrI < make extremely extromelvdangerous extremelydangeroua
rough weather 3thlr would it rmll rmlldanl
dangerous danl < roU for flr any Y vessel f41 to approach approachthem prahIhm
them themMan themMnisl
Man Mnisl nI1 < ie llonilla 1I0la has ha ben bn living linR In InBelize InHz inflelta
Belize Hz ever r Kino c hi hie elimination Inlon from the thePresidency IhfIrenc theIreideney
Presidency Irenc of honduras lordlrl and a while whie siren sirenuoub alrnunU sirenusub
uoub unU demaln ilalll have h nlwayH been n made mal of ofhtonen ofont ofstofles
htonen ont of hi I haia < prepsratloii for forn an invasion invasionf 11 on onf
if > f Hondiira IOldI4 t hat h been n generally nrly under underntooil itnajeratiaj llhr llhrh
ntooil that he h wis only awaiting aaitnK a favor favorable faorbl favorttli ¬
able bl nifmen 11 10 o make al the move moveHie mo moI itmOUshis
I his nl ltntirli Inll h Government iormlnt is I very fr par parluiior partat
Ir IrI
luiior tat I lar umar jixuit prmerviug lrr11 neutrality nlral l and aitdIf anftIf andIf
If thrtr IK a war warship > > hi hl > aii anwhere 1ho > whero In II tho Ihf thoee thoeewIita o owHler
wHler Wil wIita i a > she h will I niake lak it hot for IkmilU 811 ItonillaThe IkmilUThe
The Thf rhsnc han hanve M are lio Iiower er that Bonilla Bonillabidni 8114 I3onallabislcti
bidni his hi time 1m and nt got II away awa when hln hen there therewan thrn therewas
wan < no n Rrilish nrh warship ahlp within lhm call al The Theonly Thl ThlI TImonly
I only vessels I that I might I IM al uoed Ul to gave givocha gaverhaiuau Ive IveI
cha rh rhaiuau are ar schooners honl with wlh gasolene uln auxlh auxlharie auzlharies uIhanf4
I aries anf4 but 1111 the Ih ch chances hn ncnn are ar that Ikmlllu Ikmllluhai Ilnll IlonullahaA
hai b < vure1 lfllhf the Ixvit of thin Ih ciaxnof host hostand boatsanti l lant
and has hi ho lieicr Ier Tanbcrew nrlb crew and nll ill l t4bl he heable > e eable
able li In > elude lull pursuit pursuitr 1lrWIT
AT r n n lT iii K hOES Imr M MIntane 1nRnrn 1nRnrnntn 1ff Rpm Rpmlnane
Intane ntn Man Simon Jhon a noman In nnote nnoteHome nollnaiIl TihoseIlonme
Home naiIl He Had ld Uteri UteriSrniNartKLO Ih I I1rflonFLD eat eatSraisarlLD
SrniNartKLO 1rflonFLD Mass 1 July 23 3Gfrle 3 George GeorgeC
C C Creley 14 71 i yearn YN ol d I shot and all killed killedMrs KII KIII killedMrs
I Mrs 1 Fenor nor Shepherd Shlphr wife of William WilliamH Wlhm WlhmII
H Shepherd Shlhlrl division superintendent superintendentof auprnlndent
II of the thl Boston IJlon and Maine fan Railroad Rlrad in this thiscity Ihll Ihlldt thietty
city dt in h hr r home S3 I Park I > ai ntreet about aboutl autrlk
l Ia oclock to IIIa iay Creey Cfi4 mind has ha been beenweak lln llnla beensteak
weak la for r or several erl years yearsMr yearsMr
yar
I Mr Ir Shepherds first wife wia was the thf daugh daughter rulh rulhof ¬
ter of Creley She Sh died dlf In IftQI iinc iincwhich utlncwhich in inhlh
which hlh time Mr Ir Shepherd Ih4pbr haa h ha been tn taking takingcaro tkln tklnrarf takingcars
cars rarf of the aged are man nla until Inti recently ntl when whenCreley wln wlnI whenI
I I Creley 1 decided lAldd to t work rk and ad earn his hi own ownliving own1t ownI
I living 1t Ho I left th the Shepherd Hhlph homo homl about abouta
a 1 month ago 110 and ald has ha ha amo 11e lived vN In Mat Mattoon Matroan Iatton
roan ton tnt ntreolA tntfw
I A few weeks Mk ago C it I won WJ decided ddd to toMind t toI
I Mind MlII him to an n intane I ne hospital hospitalCrnley hopltl hopltlCrl hospitalCreley
Crnley Crl purchased lurh a revolver last lattWednmtday I lastVednumday t tI
Wednmtday Wen y In a local 10 pawnshop and ad this thismorning thlrornlns thismorning
I morning rornlns > went to the ttf Shepherd homo hom Mrs MrsShepherd Mrstihepherd Ir IrShlhr
Shepherd WM M preparing lrfparlnr to go 0 to tl Luke Lukefor le lefor LalePlsasant
Shlhr Plsasant for a short hor vocation atlon With her herwero herwere I II
were r her son ln Charted hal Shepherd Sblherd 13 years ynaniold y yold yearsold
I old and ad her Itr mother Mrs F t I lUrtlett lUrtlettCreley flartleltCreley rlfu I ICTI
Creley CTI asked Mf I Shepherd IhIbfr to townt t towtitr
wnt an n address dd on a card of one on of ofhis nlhl ofhut
his hl Worcester or lfr relatives rlthf c for him hm The Thoname Th ThIAm Thehams
name IAm wan I Mrs I Henry 11nr Rsssett Du As she shereached Ihl shereawimrd
reached N1hr tho first nrt a In the th name nameshe namtI nameshe
she hl stopped loPII to Inquire Inqul how the name nme wa wapelted WI Waspelled
pelted spelledAt peltedAt
I plld plldA At A thin thl the thf man stepped prt forward fora1 and andshot andshot nr
shot her in her left cheek bk She fled fledthrough ff tiedthroamghi
through thruKh the th house hOI and ad down dow the th mar marntalrs nr nrI raw rawI
I stairs t dropping drlping dead d ad at the te bottom bttm of the thestairs thl thestairs
stairs stairsThe stairsThe Ial
IalThe The slayer ran ra out of the th front door doorbut dor dorI doorhut
hut was w captured cpturt by Thomas Lewis Lwl the thejanitor thtjJnitM thejanitor
I janitor Cmley CI attempted atempt Ttom to t pull pul the th re revolver isvolvertugain ¬
volver volvertugain again but hlt WM overpowered oVlrwr Creley CreleyMild CrllYMid Crekyaiti
Mild he h regretted the th shooting Ihotlnr and ad dr drciared d dcard dedared
dared card that Ilat reJU he taught the th revolver volvlr to t kill killhimiHlf kil killimlf ItilII
I himiHlf limlf in cave c he h w wa < committed cmmitt to an aninnano a aninsane
insane lwt hospital holilal He le was arraigned aaae on ontho onclarl onthe
the charge clarl of murder murfte and ald held without withoutball wihout wihoutbl withoutball
ball bl until unti next lut Tuesday Tuewy for a hearing hearingnonnrs hean heanIWTI hearingVUIIT
IWTI VUIIT nonnrs IfnT nvnro nvnroHlable ntn nRNDMiable T TIhlt
Hlable Ihlt Fire I In Newark Nupposrri Nupl to toIleen lae laen Itais ItaisIleen
Ileen n Hrt Nt t li I > Young oaDI Tramps TrampsIn Trm TrmIn
In a fire f that completely destroyed dlrr the thelarge thl thelarge
large larlCf stable Itahlf of time tl U I J lliickloy Jlckl1 Com Company CornJuany 00 00pnyat ¬
pany pnyat at 11 Ii Frellnghuysen Flnlhutn avenue avnuf New Newark S Sark sewark ¬
ark early yesterday tfray forty fory horse hor were weroburned w whum werehuirned
burned hum to death in their stalls Ilal or so badly badlyInjured hadlyInjut badlyinjured
Injured that they Ih had ha to be I killed kl1 after afterlielng afterbeing flr1Mlnl
being 1Mlnl lakon out olt of the th burning structure structureNearly atructlM atructlMSrly atruettirerly
Nearly fifty f t Y other 01 her horses ho were Ir rencuod rencuodby cl1 cl1hy
by I firemen lmn and volunteers ollnt while whl the flame flamonwere nm flamewere
1 were sweeping llnl through I hrl h the Ihl building buildingOno hulellnl
Ono of l ho Ilf rescuers CUf wa wa was burned about aboutI aboutthe I
th the I ho head and ald face by b a back draught draughtllo drau < ht htIf
lie If is Henry lnry Wjlfion llOI 44 yearn ye old olt of in inFrelinjhuynen 11 11rln I2Freiinghtiysen
Frelinjhuynen rln hulfn avenue a1nu The T Ituckloy Ituckloyuonrvrn Jukly Jukly1mrn Iltickleyaotmcern
han h the th with the th
uonrvrn 1mrn contract onlra wih city cityof lty ltyof cityof
of Newark for the Ih removal oval of ashes h and andearlutge a1 a1rlI antigarbage
garbage rlI It 111 lIe entire ni oiiipment was watitoiw1 W wasliowewi 1
Iou itoiw1 in the thl ntablii Itahln tiat t t wan a burned burnedPeter bumN burnedIster
Peter 1lfr Dowhan the night watchman watchmantold wlchma
told the authorillrfl Alllwnl that at about ahut 0 oclock oclockon udtk udtkon
on Friday night IIChl whl while ho h wa was in the th oRlco oRlconf onkfr oflicaeel
nf fr 111 that HtubUi tahl two lK 10 boys > yn each fh about 17 17yeare 17ya I Iyiares
ya yeare old 01 onlorod nlrll and asked Ikf permission permixsionIn
to sleep In tho th hayloft halof He Uf Maid ad ho h didnt didnthk rldnt rldnthI ditintlike
hI like hk tho look of tho Inf boys 0 who whf appeared appearedI apJr
tn t I r I lii tramp despite d pit their youth and a he holln herIUfl herefuses
rIUfl refused trmp them Ih Ito I said the th boys boynangry Ity hecar became becameangry
anlrr angry M It his hil refiiAal and an when they wont wontiiway wentAway nt ntAwa
Away Awa they iltd BO 5 with Uh a threat thrlat to gat gatnven gsteven ft
even evenThe nvenThe n nTh I
The Th stable thl won two and a half haf s Ilor atones atoneshigh tori MI MIhljrh
high hi no r t fri wJe Ij strict fHd Hi f feet t In length lengthml I lengthand nh i ind
and ml built hult of brick bri brickThe k i iThn
The hl rapid sprrail Iprlat of the flame fam con conrertnl cn cnrlfl convented I
vented rlfl tho stable tol Into a mass ml of fire fr and andihortenelth ari4ahortenawi
Ihfrln1 ihortenelth th the a orkof ark If if rescuing rfnl the Ihf horses hot horseswhirls a I Iwhich I Ihlh
which wild wid with wih terror trrr prancrd and anIplunged 11 11pIInfl I Iplunged
pIInfl plunged In their stall 11 The J best I Is I esti estimated Nt estimatial ¬
mated mt1 insurance IWlrnt at about ahlll JJOuoo 130 and l la covered clre by byluaurance byinsurance
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inTtK8 IRTIS riKiwEn I lwrn TO Tr ii PRO rnoIHiVMK InumlI1VI PROURIMIu
mlI1VI IHiVMK AtTKN lTI1 EIECTIO EIECTIOGovernmrnt TITtTWGOYmmrt mImCT1OGovernment
Government GOYmmrt mil UI Areept NItl 411 th thl the lnI lnIJtllen OIIExtension
l Extension Jtllen the Helrhtse KfIChtac mil 1UI Grant GrantHa GrantUr1 GrantSasorwatrtsGiTt1IkflP
Ha SasorwatrtsGiTt1IkflP > Vorwsrrt ierm n lnllr In Ur1 lirasil lirasilltornens ll llMomrns
Momrns 010 hank ank Cruel Captain CaptainCoAJ almiatiaVjwelmZ lllall lllalltpl
VjwelmZ CoAJ DfipoJcl tpl la TUB T TUL1 CV5 CV5flIutt4M r rIlicnux
Ilicnux UL1 July 23 3 rIm Socialist Saht pap papr paprorlrr paper paperVorvdrfee i iVoruxlrtss
Voruxlrtss orlrr ststemwnt flallmlt that the th tlovurn tlovurnment fhuvurnment ourn ournmnt
ment will wil Introiluco Iltrol a new IW naval billproviding bill tunlrvidlnR lullproviding
providing for an I iiicr ICrN uncrease as of f Iliac tl fleet fleetafter n1I i1ei4after
after ultr the lleicluitag < election 110 of 1911 11 121iha 1911han
I han h attrttcte atrictft < much luCIIUnol attention The Th HMIO HMIOment sstemnent 1lf
I ment adds a that the plain will wil IM I kepi kepisecret Iepl Iepllrt keptaecret
secret lrt until unU I after fur tho election electionThe electionThe 110 110i
i The Vorirtrf orlrl which hai ha lm special means meansof Ial Ialof
of Information from rrm Socialist Mllah t nympa nympatliizern sytflpattdzers mJ
I tliizern Zf In II Government Covrnlnt employ ernluloytnsut lplonll nxiu ulnn ulnnsays tuisassys 11 11th
says the th budget IIJljft hudgelcomtnatlee committee mmll of the I h lleich lleichtag Ilch Ilchta Iteichtag
tag ta agreed a m I December 1 I 19O7 Ili with the theexception IheI thetszeeptaon
I exception ztllol of the th Socialists Iialall to I It nup 1III stiiuiaort stiiuiaortthe > > ort orttbo rt rtth
the th IBW w programme fllalr before bforo the Ih em enl enal I of oftu
1817 1817In tu tuIn 1912In
In the th debate dfhtf which heretofore bltofo has hasnot h baanot
not been bn published puhllhf Admiral yon Tlrpitz Tlrpitztho Tlrplz Tlrplzthe
the Minister of Marino nn declared eclt that time thoGovernment Ih IhGOfmD1en timeGovernment
Government GOfmD1en would wfuld willingly wlnaly accept all allexteruiiotis al allexterumioria
exteruiiotis ezleMorl of tho naval nav bill hil for which a amajority ajortyln atsiajonty
majority jortyln In tho Keiehstag Jiehla < could olJd he > o found foundAll foune foundAll
All 1 the nonSocallt nonSIt > t parties Irl says saysthe aysths Y Yth
the th Vortrdrft Orr are ae pledged plegf1 to and oxp npt nptnw expect expecta cl cla
a new nw bill bi at t the thl end en of 1911 1911A
A cooperative CpraUvf bank hak for Independent Independentwomen Indlpnlnt Indlpnlntomen
women has ha boon bn founded foun In Berlin Derln The Themain Te Teman Themain
main man object objl of the th hank is II to finance financewomen nnne nnneWoml financewomey
women Woml who desire dllire to start Itrt In business businesson hulnN hulnNon
on their own on account Ulnt Ordinary banks banksare bnk
are nrf reluctant to grant women oln the same samecredit samecredit a acreit
credit creit a U men menMarshal mnlahlllrA menMarshal
Marshal lahlllrA Hermes da Fonvica President Presidentelect Pn Presidentelect ldnt ldnteleot ¬
elect of Brazil rlzi arrived Irrl horn hl yesterday wsterdayTwo Ytrday YtrdayTwn
Two representatives rHpNfnlaUt of f the th Gorman Gorm For Foreign Forsign or orfll ¬
sign fll Office OeC met and welcomed llomP him Eon Foneeca Eonseca on oneC
eeca eC f maya y his hil visit I l is entirely ntrI on 01 atm of pleas pleasure plll ¬
I tire UN but the prewncnof pNPnc presence of Snhor Snhor Souto uto the thepresident th thlIldnt theliresident
president of the th Brazilian rapWn Economic Ernofnc Union Uniongivos UnionI Uniongives
gives an Idea that the th visit i lt is I connecfd connecfdwith ronnct connect4with 1 1wlh
I with wlh the th new llrarjhan Ira lira4laanGerman InOrman Gorman com commercial cornmerdal omm ¬
mercial m m1 treaty treatyMarshal tNay tNayIhal treatyMarshal
Marshal da d Foniecn says tho prosperity prosperityof
of the th Htates HIAt of San Sn Paulo pLlo and Santa SantaCatharina 8sn 8snCatharna SintaCatharina
Catharina Catharna u i duo rUf to the th fact that thoy are arepractically aropracllalr nrapractically
practically pracllalr O German rman colonies coloniesProf coloniesProf lonll
Prof Schmollir hmolr of the Iht Berlin Brln University Universityreferred Un Unaveraitreferred I tI tIrfrrN
referred rfrrN to then th German lrman coloni lool when whnho hn hnh
ho h wrote rotf A nation of two hundred hundredmillion hln hlnI himntircdI
I I million milon Germans crman will 1 Ioml some nm day ri rO rise e in inSouth InIthrlr ana
a South Ithrlr merica mericaCapt msrkaCapt I
i Capt Capt Vahlkampf of th the lllth Uh Infantry Infantryha Infantl I IhA
ha hA he tn been n v ntonond InlnO to tf two to years I im impnsonm 1mpnonmnt ittpnsotmnt
pnsonm pnonmnt nt and rlr dlamiwd < ll tnuwe < l from th the army armyfor Arm Armfnr armyfor
for systematic t matlc cruelty During ur1 the trial trialit tial I IIt
it wan shown that ho h had ha boon n guilty Ruil1 of ofi of7s
75 i distinct lltlnt acts act of cruelty in thai th course courseof courseof Oi
of throe th years yal The judge lu declared dIr fur further furth further ¬
ther th r that th there re were hundreds hunrrfl of other otherc nlherwhr
C c cases e whore whr the thf1dn evidence was as not sufficient sufficientto fInt
to convict convictVahlkampf coflvtctahlkampf on1rthlkamrf
Vahlkampf used his hil sword his ruts rUtitand rutscrud
11l wor r
and Ind his hi feet f t It I was testified ttlff that ho hokicked hf hei
i kicked klckl prostrate prC4trt men in the th head har till til th thI they theyI y ybled
I bled h from the th nose nO mouth and anfti earo earoSuch saisSuch
i Such Slch acts aeI on his hi part prt wero ere of almost t daily dailyoccurrence dallyoumnC tizalyocetirre
occurrence oumnC ocetirre flee
1 rov T jvrw m rorvis snortr snortrj HlfRT HlfRTnC
I j rrr nC nre5t t of a Driver Urhr for the th Mutnsl ntna roal roal4ompsti roalI roalnmpan
I 4ompsti Other lhet trrelss trrelssI rre ru t llkel llkelThe
I The Th bureau hllrnu of weight fi htA and d measures measureshad measurehad
had a driver of the th Mutual Coal oal Company Companyof Com pAn pAnof
of 1773 1 1 Third avenue aInue arre arrttd arrested t < vl yesterday yesterdaymorning 1trdaymomnl yesterdaymorning
morning momnl for trying trng to deliver d er a load of ofcoal ofcoal
coal 111 which was u supposed uppl to w wljh weigh lgh three thr threetone
1 tone t and Inft which actually Altualy weighed iht iesi iesiS vn v
S 1 pounds lnM a shortage Ihoralt of 1200 l2 pounds poumlnOth plnt poundsOther
Oth Other r complaints rmplultl against I al It th thee concern concernI lnnr
I I havo ha l been ii made madei mdOn madeUnit
i Ono On of th tbs > ompnnys m ny customer rutnmr wan wanthe WA wasthe
the th Henry Jnr Out GUUman t man Realty Company Companywhich Complnwhlfh Companywhich
which whlfh owns Owl t he hI Kossuth KOluth apartment apartmentboufe ap4rmnt ap4rmnthou apartmenthouse
house hou at t 171th lilh street and St NichoUn NichoUnavonuo ihol iholalnun ieholasavenues
avenues alnun The agents ajlnll of the th company at atthe Atthn atthe
the apartmopt n rmpt boris hClI Charles hrl I Flick Flickand JU FlIkand < k kId
and Id Max 1 Hlsu lau have h for several Irl months monthslieen monthshieen onlh onlhhUll
lieen buying hUll coal 1 from the thl Mutual lltual com company rm rmny compony ¬
pony ny in three ton lota They l 1Onm 1Onmi ltcnrnastisJiIciotia > < > onrtie onrtiesimpicioun
i simpicioun 1llclol recently ntl that they were ro not notgetting nMIUln notgetting
getting IUln < full ful weight and Ind dopidod dfldP to engage engagea nla nlatr
a lawyer tr Thom C l I MDonnl ld > nnl d of 277 277Broadway 77 77Broadway i
Broadway At McDonaldn lcDnahl requ rI retIest tt In Inspertor Int Inpruecteir
spertor t J P I I McKvily of the thf hureiu hlrru of ofweight ofweights I
weight and ant measures mru wan WI M Mnt sent > nt to the theKovsuth Ih theKisuuth
Kovsuth KO lth ye yesterday terdny morning momlnj McDonald McDonaldhad ldn0ld ldn0ldhACI
had ordered that another load ol coil coill coalIst 1 1I
l Ist sent nt Although Aithotlh ho didnt want to toth tntho
I th that driver Irr l Ild laidor idiir Hyman fyman wan a obliged obligedto hUIt1 hUIt1to
to accompiiliy afmlUV the Ihf lnnt insssotor > otor I tor rind ant the th law lawyer 11 11Ylr 1mwyet ¬
yet to the th citys diy scalonat lalMat Slst Uilt street Irft and andSeventh andtventh
Seventh vtnth avenue Renul Con I nnd wagon weni weniweighed usrs usrsweighed I
walon walonfI
weighed fI < h und nd after Alr the Ih coal 1 had l Ieen Ieendelivered en endelivered
delivered the th wagon nlun wan W weighed 1 again againand nlall I Ianel iand
and it I was found that the tb coal lal < was Wl waspouazids tjixi tjixipounds t I
pounds short hor Hyman lyman wan locked up upin upIn I II
in I pund the th Wo Veeat t IS2d street police pl station tlnUon to toawait toawait
await a hearing hrinl in this tl HirKmi 11 iiollm iiollmcourt 10U 10Urur tollcsucourt I
court rur this morning momlnl The Thf Mutual Coal CoalCompany Lt1 Lt1lompanr otl otlCompany
Company lompanr refused rtrllld to bail hII him out OIl alitA j I
I A civil rvl action acton will l he h brought Imllht for tho thorealty th thI thurealty
I realty rMlt company rmp41Y to recover tho th money moneypaid mon monI moneypaid
I paid pir for previous loads 10ad of coalThe < coal coalThe al alTh
The driver drlr Hyman lymin told the th inspector inspectorand In lor lornd
and nd McDonald Iculln that he h earned duplicate duplicatenllps dlllllat dlllllatlr ulimplicatsslifs I
nllps lr ono 0 net Mt for the amount Rmolnt of threo threotons thrNton thireatons
tons which was to I be given II to the th cus customer CIUtnmer cii ciitamer ¬
tamer anal 1 another set t for two and InI a half halfUrns hnlfti halttonwhlch
Urns ti tonwhlch which was waste a l < > bo b handed hald1 talon to n inspec inspector Inp ¬
tar tr if ono on should ask k for it In light Igbl of ofthis ofthll ofthia
this thll and nt other things thllK which Hyman fynlm told toldInsjwctor tolltnlltor toldInspector
Inspector McKvily 1rf y went wtnt out to look 10k for forothers f1r f1rnth foraithers
others nth connected ronlft1 with the Mutual 1 I ta I Con CoalCompany a I ICompany ICmpn1
Company Cmpn1 The T officers ofNr were out of town townAnother tonnoWr townAnother
Another truck belonging hlonlinl to the th Mutual MutualCoal MaatunlCol lltlnl lltlnlCNI
Coal Company ComJny wits trailed by In Jnlltor Jnlltorlc lneactor lneactorMoEvily > ector ectorMcKvilr
McKvilr lc vll yesterday y t 111 afternoon nftfm It wan wanfound wa wafound wasfound
found w t In > be b be sixty pounds JoUld nh ushrt h rt on 1n two twotons totonA twotons
tons Die nll Uw lw pruviden prvll that when coal coalis
is found to t be only thirty thlr pounds ouml short shorton hor
on the ton tn no arrest shall h1 bo I made but butthat hUItht Istitthat
that tht the Ih deficit 11lt shall hal bo b made mat up UJITh
Three Th other utr cases < which an n pending pendingagainst ppndlli pendingagainst
against nlalnt the tb company ompny are 1 for fur hal 111 poundu poundushortage pould pouldhorAle patmndusshortage
shortage horAle on one on tin nn pounds pOlndl nhnrtagi nhnrtagion hral
on tn in two tons tonl and alcl a I ticket tlcllt which wan wanimproperly witsimproperly a aImprprly
improperly Imprprly made mid out Olt In theist th can cuummon cases casessummonses n nsummonses
summonses ummon were WI United 1ufl but the th com company cm cmpny comapany ¬
pany changed cKt and BO 1 nothing Ilthlnl was wasaccomplished wasaecomilIahrd nll nllam
accomplished accomplishedIt am pny 11 h1 h1It
It is I not just the tf time for getting jtUlng after aftercoal ator atorl aftorcoal
coal l companion cmltnll now said hl the th Com Commissioner eommllorr CnnmmIsaiorer ¬
missioner mllorr yesterday tlly We w will wllok look after afterthem afr afrtlm afterthem
them tlm in the fall f1 and nel winter There Tre aro aroabout ar arabout ataabout
about four companion mlnl now under sun sunpicion cupspiclon u uplclnn
picion but it is II a hard hln matter IUfr to catch catchthem lAtch lAtchthtm catchthem
them The T worst cases C an a f those Iho of ofcompanies ofcompanies f fm
companies m 1nll which have Mf no ynnln and andsimply antisimply
simply 1011 own o a few wagons Wlon They 11y buy
loads lod8 weighing from frm lfVKi 111 to t IMD 1 1 itaflt1s itaflt1sand oumi oumiand lnd
and then th sell I thorn to t cuMomern cutlmlI for flr flrful n nfull afull
full ful ton tnl In such h canon aM I h hI ld < 1 th thEn < com companies cairnpanics ¬
panics who sell 1 the th coal < IIII in the first place J1r pjaecjiaatt j jjiuit IIt
jiuit En It as responsible pIlhl as the th other 1th They TI I Iknow
know nn very VIr well w1 that no one ni buys hUYI coal coalin cli cliIn coalIn
in lots lotlof latent of 1 l600and 000 and ltonp 1lpolnt 1lpolntSIIOTIII 1sVOpournl 1sVOpournlSIIOOTJ ° < imU imUsnooTiti
snooTiti SIIOTIII nr W WHrlK4rn iR ri nu vrricmnc vrricmnc111gGems 11 11HrllII
HrlK4rn HrllII George Moore aor Mnillli Hlh Make Ia IaIln akrs a aKino aVine
Kino Iln Hrronl HrronlNFWM flecoratNrwstitoir Crord CrordSFtHon
NFWM SFtHon Nrwstitoir unit July 23 Four olr officer ofr < if iftho f ft1 fthe
the t1 National SUorAI Guard UAn of Now nw York city Cl nnd nndBrooklyn lnt itnalflrooklyn
Brooklyn came el to Nowburgh Swhlrh on f Friday Fridayto ncay ncayto
to com Clnlt coinpatte > oto for marksman honor Innor honoreeThey i iThoy IThy
Thy worn Brig Irl iIrtgGen < Gen nl George nll ceorge Moore MooreSmith 11r i iSmith IHmlth
Smith of the tb First t Nt Brigade Irilac li 1lt 1seiit ul S Hplrl tijrsu tijrsuanal < tni j jand iAn1
and Limit LIlt A M f Hitch Rt1 of Brooklyn hrlKI1 null nullUeut 1111 1111Ielt itpaiIietmt
Ueut Ielt Edgar t1 ar H I Hodd of If Now W York Yok who whoera I Iarw I
a era connected nnftc1 with ih the Fortyn Fortyevaiithi FortyevaiithiIztnnLry ortyvltl < > vi > iitli iitliInriiitry
Inriiitry l ltr I I IThoy
Thoy Thy l hey wont nt to tl the t State rango rnl at Colden Coldenham Cnltn Cnltnhm Cnldnhamnwhers
ham hamnwhers where wh all al four titmaliflel < lualf1 uallfl d the th rcinl rcinlrrid reennlmaclit CI CIr
rrid r 1 by Gen Cfn Smith who hn IM I over thnv thnvscore th threascore
score 1 yearn YI of If ago C and ad wearn r gU Ih4 glssos glssoshieing i t i ibeing I Ibine
being minimally IIUIWdly flno tn In in II all al branch hrach us emi emimarksman i imarksman
marksman markmn shiriishooter Ihlrlholtr and nl i frt arrasrtIn > xpitrtIn frtIn
In tli U last named nAmP hi mode II Ii i i out nll of r a aponniblo 1 t tpoeasilele
ponniblo plhln ISO which under IIdr th timsi hew w rating ratipgIs rllr
1 Is looked lok1 upon lpon as pheuomonal mi 1ln hsingconldered Mijng Mijngconsidered
considered cn ldnrod excellent IInt Ono On of the th Brook Brooklyn Rrol Brooklyn ¬
i lyn officers o tl made mae too 1 the tb other two 101 i
a uk5 Qitiiiii un unI iiiij iiiijBfOdWAf
Broadway as a 2 4h < th Street StreetHAVn StreetHAVfl
HAVn ARRANGED FOR MONDAY MONDAY AND TUESDAY TUESDAYA f fmost
I t A most Important orat Sale of ofSummer ofSummer
2
I Summer Apparel A parel for Women Womenat Womenextraordinary
at extraordinary reductions to close closeLinen closeand
exaordnar reductons cose cosen
Linen n and Ramie R Rrx miE Suits SuitsOur S SOur H HI
Our ontlri ntlr tr remaining Mock many models modc for selection 5el clon in including Incildlnl incItidan ¬
I cluding cItidan Russian blous semi or plain p1ln tailored ntlor d models also alsofancy alsoZnc alsofancy
cildlnl fancy Znc braided suit Heretofore H tctofore sold sole up to 5000 5000to 5000to 5000to
to close coseat closeat at 1250 and ad 750 750Suits 750Suits 750Suis
Suits of Tussah SUk Sik Lined Voile YoUeEollennes VoileEollenne YgkEoliennes
Eollennes Eollenne or Foulard handsomely braided br id d models also plain plaintailored plZlnI pkintaIortd
I tailored tDllor d styUs styUsHeretofore stylsI styltsHeretofore
I Heretofore sold up to 9500 950 tO clOSB closeat at 2500 2500Ljnen 2500I 2500Ljnn
I coseat
I Ljnen ium and andMany g Ramje R mi Dresses DressesMany r
Many models modes to select from ror some handsomely braided brnldcdothers brtdcdother braidedothers
others other trimmed with eyelet eyd t embroidery also semi seml and plain plaintailored plaintollored plaintailored
tailored models Heretofore sold up to 6500 6500to 6500to 6500to
to close closeat at 1950 and ad 1450 1450Lingerie 1450ng 1450Jrdngciic
Lingerie JrdngciicHigh ng O OHigh ri Dresses r
I High Ht h grade rada da models modes handsomely trimmed with lace l c and fine fineembroidery fineembroidery fineembroidery
embroidery Ir including high hl h or Dutch neck styles syle plain or ortunic ortunic ortunic
tunic skirts skirt many models to select Sc2Ct from fromHeretofore fromHuetofrc fromHeretofore
Heretofore Huetofrc sold up to 5000 5000to 5000to 5000to
to close closeat closeat25O0and at 2500 and ad 1650 1650Summer 1650I 1650Summer
Summer Coats for Women WomenPongee WomenPon WomenPongcc
I Pongee Pon ee Coats 795 to 5500 5500Linen 5500Linen
Linen Coats 5CO 5C to 2500 2500NXhitc 250
NXhitc hic or tan Polo Coats 1850 to 5500 5500Blanket 500 500Blanket 5500Blanket
Blanket Coats 3900 to 8500 8500Tourist 8500Tourist 8500TourfstCoats
Tourist TourfstCoats Coats 1350 1350to6250 1350to6250Mohair to 6250 6250Mohair 6250Mohoir
Mohair Dust Coats 1200 to 2500 2500Long 2500I 2500Long
Long Ln navy na or black Serge S r e Coats 1650 165 to 3950 3950Silk 3950Si 3950Silk
I Silk Si k Voile Voie or Rajah Coats 1650 to 2400 2400Silk 2 2400Silk O
I Silk and Cloth Capes 1250 to 3500 3500Black 30 3500Black
Black Serge Scr c and Cloth Coats 1500 to 4300 4300Bathing 4500Bothing 1300BathingSuitsofmohai
Bathing BathingSuitsofmohai Suits of mohair mohai 198 to 1250 1250Bathing f50 f50I 1250Bathing
I Bathing Suits SUiS of silk 695 to 2250 2250Beach 2250i 2250Beach
i Beach B och Outfits Outfts 2900 2900Bathing 2900I
I Bathing Sundries lOc Ic to 225 225Summer 225Sumer 225Summer
Summer Sumer Dresses for Women WomenOf
Of batiste ti H lawn I and ng cotton n n foujards fp mg 1 at 450 to 1650 1650Ljngerje 165 650D
Ljngerje i gri Rn Dresses D whjte hH and Dc ci colored coloredat cgc cgcat Ipr Q Qat
at 595 750 1000 1250 up to 2500 2566Foujard 2500Foulard I
fp Foulard rg Pr Pi Dresses ss at 1950 2500 2500Advance 2500I 2500Advance
I Advance Advace Display of Fall Fal Dresses Dressesf I
for f r afternoon afte h rD n PRfl and ci evenin eveninOf Dg g Wr WrOf H HOf
Of crcpc de cygnet crepe mctor meteorchiffon mctorI mctorchifon mctorchiffon
I chiffon chifon and two toned effects effectsat efects efectsI
at 2950 3500 30 4500 up to 8500 8500i 8500An
I i I IAn IA
An A Extraordinary Extaordary Sale Sae of ofSweaters ofSweaters I ISweaters
Sweaters Auto uto Coats oat for fo Women Womenat
t I at = considerable reductions reductionsSweaters reductons reductionsSweaters I It ISwenters
Sweaters In a numbcr of ° ncw styles st les some some strictly strict mannish mannishcoats
I coats full ful fashioned with Vncck also high hi h neck neckpony nckpony neckpony
pony coats with auto collar colnr doublebreasted double brcnlted in plain pl 1 or fancy fancyweaves fnc fncweas fancyweavds
weaves in solid sold colorings colonn5s also white with wih combinations of ofcolorings ofcolor ofcolorings
colorings color tns Value VZlu 650 65 Special Spcclalu nt 395 395Sweater 3q95Sweater r rI
I Sweater Coats li side ic c eHct cct > in fancy foc weaves weVS with wih auto Iuro col collars cotlars
1 lars Inr also alo doublebreasted do blcbrcstd coat cO t with wih shawl shawlcollar shawlcollar I Icollr
collar collr fancy weaves WC VC a length len th in white or solid coloring coloringValue colorn coloringsValue i iValu
Value 850 Special Spclalnt at 595 595Lend 595Long i
Lend 8 ° Sweater Sw atcr t r Coats t single Inglbc or tr double breasted in innum r rnumber a anumber
p
number ot
num pr styles Strictly trict man mannish mannish mannish ¬
nish high or rolling rotlns collar col r also 00 Russian Blouse Bouse styles st les in infancy Infcncy infancy
fancy weaves White Whlc or solid sold colorings jlength jlengthValue l kngt kngtValue ngth ngthValu
Value J250 Specialat Sr Special cltl nt 895 895Long 895mg 8e95Long
Long mg Sweater t Coats 4 4h inches inlcheI long fancy weaves weavesshawl wcavsshal
r shawl aw collar co nr double ou c breasted rClsto with withbelt whhbel withbelt
belt bel also full ful fashioned mannish coat plain weave high highor I Ir
or < r low collar colar in solid sold colorings colonn s and white whiteValue whuicValue I
Value 1650 Special SpecIalZt at 9 975 75
ititniits IUllIIi HOY 101 I nun nunT tlt tltTn uiuTwoTonantlal
T Tn TwoTonantlal o Tntunrlal TonlalrUU trUsts rt l t llrlil Irld llrttltn In Connection Connectionmill ConnCltol ConnCltollh
mill 11 lh lIla Her Irr Maqtiersale MaqtiersaleWith > l Miirr ilr ilrWith
With Wih her htr brown hair 1lr cropp crp1 cropped clo clol close and nnrlwrariUK anftwMrll andwearing
wearing wMrll a blu blul suit it of ad hoyn hY1 clothing clothingMary cOlhllK cOlhllKIary clothingMary
Mary d df tie Marco Iar 21 1 jrwirn y old tto stood tOt < xl before beforenctmg hfforf hfforfRtl beforeacting
acting Rtl Judge Jld < Vuill ul III the S Snd Second eond Crimtnnl CrimtnnlCourt CritninnlCurt rhnlnnlCourt
Court NVvrnrlt yesterday Ittrnr y a witness wjtnfagain winf winfngalnt witnessiugainst
again two men ltn who were n arcilod OCI1 of ofhaving orhnlnj ofhaving
having hnlnj enticed nt1 her from fror horn homf and ant being beingrenpunrlble bllnl bllnlItllnlble beingresponsible
responsible Itllnlble for her masquerading in male maleKarb maleInrh malegarb
garb KarbFor Inrh garbFor
For K several vrr n1 l Uyti cla1 the th girl arl has enacted enactedthe nat1tl
the tl rol rOle 1 of an aasistaiit > iFtnnt tt in the th barber brr hop shopof hopof hnpof
of Sal Shatorl Salvatora va turn SiUino SlLno at lt ulS lS Springfield Springfieldavenue trnjflld trnjflldnIIJI
avenue nIIJI She hf wui al known kn us IA Jlmmic JlmmicA Jlmmlctmr
A customer ctmr recalled that ho had seen seenlimmle aeenJimmie
limmle 1001 acting nctnl in a a similar Imlr capacity Cpdty In Intho InIhl inths
tho Ihl barber hnher hop of Albert Alhf HOMO Ro at SIS SISSixteenth 31 315Sixteenth I
Sixteenth tItntl avenue a fue The Tr gOMlp readied readiedthe recll
clothe Kane of the theFourth timeFourth
the earn PUA of plain plin man tl
Fourth precinct and he h took Jimmie to tocourt toourt tocourt
court courtThi courtTha
ourtT Thi T young olnl woman Mid Id she he left If her herhome hrhoml herhome
home in Irvington Irlneton on July in 11 la It lact t to go goto go1to 0 0to
to an In amusement amumlnt park prk In I Hilton Ilton at the thtinvitation thmvitton theinvitation
invitation mvitton of HOMO u to t whom ahe he Mid Midhe hl hlhI i ishe
she he hI had preTlounly been hf introduced Intrucf by bySalano bySalano I
Salano Sno The T Utt btr latter r and the th girl Ilrl had lul for formerly roI roIrly forrnerly ¬
merly rly bean itwpethnartH wthortl nnd were Mill Millin UI
in n friendly frlntly term trml She Sh wan w tamable Ilble to torelate tnrflatl torelato
relate rflatl the tl th circumtance crCIItnICl under which whichhi hLcimshe
she hi h anal nnt HOMO Io left the th aimimnrnt amU lrrnt Ilrk Ilrkfor iiarkfor rk rknr
for nr abe wild hI the hlrnl drank a Olumllr number o 01 01f iur iti itisf > > M Mf
sf > f l Isi t > e r anal nll wi W4aa I 50 o iiffcvtetl utttl that tlAt he b re retTjomlxT r rnothill reinemierai
tTjomlxT l nothing nothill until unti tho following followingmorning flo111 followingmnarnitmg
morning whuu wh he h nnok nwo In KOMOH KOMOHrhop no6 Itnesasphop
mnmila rhop ho and all fmmd Inlnt that her h hlir hair lr had been beenohnm ht1 ieishorn
shorn and ani her rlnthmg Irhlu exchanKed echanttl for a acult ault asuit
cult of b b boys yi > attire nttfreTin attireThe Ulr UlrT
Tin young woman wmnl hail hit been I taught taughtby tiht tihtI
by li T Homo no YOlnl to h litlur the thl facet f of 1 hi his < pa patronn rl nittraits
I traits trll and 111 miki Ik herclf hr 1 generally < < nrly u useful usefultihma ful fulShe f1h
She h admitted adllll i shiu > h > < made no effort ort to ii iiturn IItlm I I Ituna >
turn to hor hlr home hU or lr a infants Ifonl her relative relativewhen reLtlel rcbttlveswlaer
when tlm hrr i Ih she > h wan UI Mie SII naid 1f t that thl on 0 Tiles Tilesdiv Tn Tnd rtieuiav
div d last cube he h ran ra away IY from fnln Hon 101 > o und undwent un1t unslwent
went t to Silann II1In shop where whlr sits he h re remalnrd r r1lned rutmained
along ulonitItni alon along1toss malnrd 1lned until Iltl PiUciman Jolcran K Ka happened happenedulonit happn1 happn1alon happuneulalong
alonIo Itni 1toss > watt 1 held hIlln in SlSOO 11 on 01 n charge of ofmaunnuidy ofll oftmialiOiIuslY
maunnuidy Io cutting ll Inl of utf T the tie girlV girl < Irl hair nml nmlSatan nOi nOilan itnalMalante
4V for inlivlnnvinor inlivlnnvinorI
Satan lan wan w held In ssoo tllm mor morTh
Th I In1 girl Irl was held an a a I a witness Itnt against againstloth KIIt > t trtt
10 loth th
loman nman Artist rtt rlt t llnrnrtl Bnrnfd to Death nrathHrnvAnniNo DeathSAN Cth CthSAS
SAN HrnvAnniNo HrIURltS Cal C0I al July Jlly 3J 3Mrs 3MrsGustav Mnt MntOuitav
Ouitav GUll Fairer artint was wa w buruexl toilnatn toilnatnjut to Ielh Ielhlat aeatfl aeatfllast
jut lat night ngh white trying tylne to till II a 1 lighted lightoUt lihtO lightedgasolene
eulne gasolene t Stove tov
I
s iT1 TIOil T 1 1 II I I II 111 rlV 1 Ii IUfT IUfTItmlolph IHT IHTIldoll 1tITltuiuiolpb
Itmlolph Ildoll tprrckeM 1rrk llnpr itaipeslo lo et et lilt liltMotriiirnt I ew ewto I
Motriiirnt to esmmauat mrll liiiini CI ailm SCun SCunIudolph Soain SoainRudolph > oon oonItudolph
Rudolph Iudolph S SrI Sirecm > reci fl tls wno wfl no arrived arp yeter yeterlUy yesteraiay Ir Irclay
clay by th HimiiurgAini > ncan < 1 lunar Ilor i
Kniftorm Augusta I U ictoria INonl und nd who mtl mtlnuited mi untifliasej I I11l
nuited 11l Mlivn 111 hitii he h left If l tr r on 01 lime Jlle M t that thathe tlM tlMh thathe
he h hu hIl haul < l pliiiM pJll for n iutiionil organization organizationfor orjnlJltoI I Ilor
for lighting thll graft r1 in I hii 111 haisitties mv and poli politics pH pHIC pohitics ¬
tics IC iud that he h might llht hare hn nomcthlng nomcthlngto Inwthlnj
to say 1 soon en > an 1 to th tl tiac j progreM pro r of the th move movemvnt mo momnt movemvnt
mvnt Ho 10 Mid Mil that there thr were r men mtn of ofmlluenct nf11n ofintluencu
mlluenct 11n and nuuiding who bo favored faon bin binplana hil hisplane
plane planaMr plan
Mr Ir SproclieU SIII11 Mid he h could not give givnthe Jl Jlthe givethe
the n naml names me of fl tho those o men now no Ho Uoi will willIM willIs
IM ut tho ilaz1 lIM for the th next no t two t o weeks wcekeml wlke wlkeI weeksand
I and ml it wan wal hinted httt that a conferenca lnfrln will willlx wi willtie
lx he > held In hi his apartment thcru tlr and nld the theorganisation theorlaltl theorgnnuatlemtm
organisation orlaltl fortned fortnedJ I for or lo tnad tnadMr
J Mr lr SpreckoU SlrtKI end that h his Imliored Imlioredthat holl bolietedthat
that tha American mtnfan prop prOpr prosperity nty 1 would Cllt ly I men menacvd moI menaced
I aced e so o long an a holders hollr of gnvit Irt wealth wealthwpm wrIth wrIthw wealthwrit
wpm w able hle 10 to influence Inllulnl political poh tC I cnodi cnoditlonn ModiI conditions
I tlonn tOI Ho 10 declared dfca J that although IdtIOUh ho howaa hewaR
waR wa and always 10 had been hn an optimist optimistha optmilt optmilthe I
I ha could not shut Ihut his hIl eyes to what wn wnImpending WA was wasimpending
Impending ImpendingI hnpndll
I I f ft1 > l and eee en he b Mid what U I In Inevery InItry inevery
every Itry movement of the th cnpiMlmtn < JItIt and andthe andthe I Ithl
the thl politician polulon whom the th capjlalint opUalltJI con control c controt ¬
trot I expect Opt to see < the tbl intvtfMa IntOla make makea ma
a 1 very Vlr important Importnlt move 00 before the tb fall fallelection fal fallelections
election efctlonl in 1 rIms hope of Influencing Innulncng them themThin themTla themThis
Thin Tla move will wil caiivt lI a national din dinturlvanc dl dl dlturbanre
I turlvanc that thlt will 1 aflect an t bu hlln immisinesa ine 4 very veryMr verynmntraaily ft
nllrltly nllrltlyIr nmntraaily nmntraailyMr
Mr Ir snrerje Ir I Is In favor of th thgcntn lJ the IlI IlIcnt Irmur Irmurgent
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