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Bead E ead Severed Body Cut Up UpNear Upp 1 1Ncar >
Near New Orleans OrleansPRISONER OrleansPRISONER OrleaiisPRISONER
Lays Bare Terrible Secret of ofBlackmailing ofBlac1nuniling ofBlackniailing
Blackmailing Society SocietyAll SocietJAU
All but Three of Gang In Pariah PariahJnil P3rhbJnll IarlihJail
Jail and Lynching IK I Threatened ThreatenedPear ThrentenerlPenr ThrealenetiFear
Pear of Detection Lends to Strang Strangling StrnnIJlng Strangling ¬
ling Victim loUmlntention Intention Was nil to Re Return Return Return ¬
turn Body DOll Piecemeal to Father FatherWho Fatherho FatherWho
Who ho Refused to Pay Ransom RansomNew RnnlomNet RaniwinNew
New Net Orleans June 2t The fate of the thekidnapped thekidnapped thakidnapped
kidnapped Italian child Walter Lamana Lamanaand Lamanannd Lamanaawl
and the u crime of the Black Hand hero herowas he1Owas herowas
was disclosed dhelo ed this morning when the dead deadbody deadbody dedbody
body of the missing child was found in a athick athlok a athick
thick swamp amp back of St 6t Rose fifteen fifteenmiles fifteenmU fifteenmIIe
miles mU abort New Ne Orleans OrleansThe OrleamJThe OrleansThe
The boys head had been cut off and the thebody tbebody thebody
body chopped to pieces was wrapped in ina ina Ina
a blanket and deposited in a box which whichfloated whichfioat Whichfloated
floated fioat l on a cane raft anchored in the theswamp theswamp theewamp
swamp The discover discovery was due to a vig vigorous vig01one Ig Igoro ¬
orous oro sweating swea lg of the suspect uipect Ignacio IgnacioCampi IgnaetoCampi IgneIoCampi
Campi Sclano S laDO in the th Jefferson Parish Parishwoods Parishwoodlut Parishwoods
woods woodlut feat night by b the sheriffs pose poseand poe WSHand poeand
and members of the Italian vigilance vigilancecommittee vigilancecommittee IbitancecommlUee
committee committeeAfter commlUeeAfter committeeAfter
After being put through a severe ex examination QXaml oxamint1On ¬
amination aml tIon the prisoner prI oner weakened and andpromised andpromlMd andpromised
promised to toad the party prt rq to the place placewhere placewhere placewhere
where the body bod of the murdered child childwas childwas childwas
was concealed But for this guidance the thebody thebody thebody
body probably proiJ blT would not have been re recovered recover recovered ¬
covered cover It was a tramp of nearly nearl two twomiles twomiles twomiles
miles through a dismal and almost Im Impenetrable 1mpenetrable lrnpenetrable ¬
penetrable swamp the slimy water of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the morass reaching to tothe the waist of the theofficers theofficers theofficers
officers The body when found was in inan Inan Inan
an advanced state of decomposition decompositionChild decompositionCblld decompositionChild
Child Strangled Ten Days Ago AgoThe AIQThe AgoThe
The child hlld had evidently been murdered murderedten murdeI murdeItt murderedten
ten tt > n days ago a ao o by strangling when the thepursuit thepursuit thepuiuIt
pursuit of the Black Hand became so sohot sohot soIot
hot that it looked as though the kidnap kidnappers kldnaprs kkinappers ¬
pers rs would be run to earth Fearing that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the child knew too much and would be betray betray betray ¬
tray them the kidnappers murdered murderedb1m murderedb1mThursday lilm lilmThursday blmThuNJdaT
Thursday June 13 after they tM had him in incaptivity IncaptivIty Incaptivity
captivity five days and cut off the head headand headand headand
and chopped up the body intending to tosend tosend tosend
send it piecemeal to the father to prove provethat provethat provethat
that the Black Hand had kept its itspromise JtspromlH Itspromise
promise to return the child in pieces in incaw Incase incase
case th they r did not receive the t e ICOM 1010 ran ransom ransom ranson ¬
som demanded but the pursuit had lately latelygrawn Itel Itelgrtwn latelygrwn
grawn so hot that the murderers dared darednot daredDot darednot
not carry out their purpose purposeIndeed purposeIndeecl purposeIndced
Indeed they the were in such terror of ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest that th they y dared not return to the theewamp theIwamPo theswamp
swamp whcr where UM body of If the child ehUdlI1at lay layfloating Ie Iei1ati
floating lI1at on thee tt raft to dispose dlsposot of it itand Itand Itnnd
and set JetrId rid i1 oftne 0 Of the be dangerous ngerous evidence evidencefor evidencefot evidencefor
for it now develops that the police and andvigilance andY1gltlnee andvigilanCe
vigilance committee had struck the right righttral righttrail righttral
tral at the very verylIrt start and had several severaltimes Meraltimflf severaltimea
times passed pse IUIie ed within a few yards of where wherethe wherethe Wherethe
the child was concealed The T trail pointed pointedto
to Kenner or St St ROM as the place pla e of his hiscaptivity hiscaptivity hiscaptivity
captivity while the men arrested at the thevery thelOry thevery
very lOry beginning of the police investigation investigationand i ve tlsaUon tlsaUonand
and afterward turned loose loo e proved to be beparties beparties beparties
parties to this awful crime crimeReleased crimeUelea8crl crimeRelensed
Released Suspects Were MurderersThey MurderersThey Murderers IurtlerertlThey
They were among the first arrested but butwith butwith butwith
with the exception of Aulente Costa were werereleased wererll werereleased
released rll eed as no direct evidence could be befound 00found befoun4
found against a l them They were kept un under under under ¬
der surveillance however and the rear rearrest rearret rearreet
rest of Campi Sciano Sdan9 late last night and andhis andhis andhis
his fear that he was going to be killed killedfinally killedfinally killedfinally
finally broke the seal of silence and he hetold hutold hetold
told the whole story tor of the crime crimeIt crimeIt crimeIt
It was what had been supposed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the beginning The T conspiracy had been beenconcocted beenconcocted beenconcocted
concocted in the Monteleone house where wherethe wherethe Wherethe
the Black Hand met Tony Ton Costa led ledthe ledthe ledthe
the boy from his home with promises of ofcandy ofandy ofcandy
candy and he and the barber Cbara Cbaramonte Cbaramonte Charamonte
monte threw th w the child in the closed closedwagon closedWagon closedwagon
wagon on Saturday Saturda o two weeks ago The Theboy TheM Theho
boy M was gagged ga H and bound driven driventhrough drhenthrough driventhrough
through the streets of New Orleans at atnight atflight atnight
night and fifteen miles up the river by byStefano byStefano byStefano
Stefano Glaaduz Gianduza1 and delivered by b him himto himto himto
to Campi Sciano at St Roes R Here HereGlandusa HereGlanclua HereGiandusa
Glandusa Campi Sciano and Mereurlo MereurloComo MercurioComo MereurloComo
Como nicknamed Morte torte or Death Deathheld DeAthheld Deathheld
held the boy a prisoner for the ransom ransomCrime ransomCrime ransomCrime
Crime of the Illnck Hand HandOn HUllrlOn IluittiOn
On June IS the Black Hand held its itsmeetings Itsmeetlnsa itsmeetings
meetings at Campi Scianoa ScIano house ho to de determinewhat determl1MVwhat doterminewhat ¬
terminewhat should be done don as things thingswere thingswere thingswere
were getting < < threatening threat nlng in New Orleans OrleansThere OreaosThere OrleansThere
There were present Antonio Glanduza GlanduzaCampi GlanduzaCampi GlanthizaCampl
Campi Cciano Stefano Monfre onfre and Fran Francesco France Francesco ¬
cesco ce co Incarcarietra The men agreed agreedthat Agreedthat agreedthat
that the situation was W8 bad Lamana Lamanawould Lamanaouk Lamanawould
would ouk not ot give up the ransom ra tlOm they de demanded demanded domanded ¬
manded and the police 1101 were hot on their theirtrail theirtrail theirtrail
trail trailDuring trailDllrtng trailDuring
During the conference conf < < ence the child who whowas whoWag whowag
Wag confined in the next room constantly constantlycried constantlycried
cried and begged to be taken back to his hisparents hisparents hisparents
parents This annoyed the kidnappers kidnappersand kl kidnappersand naplJrs
and Frank Incarcarietra said that these thesecries thesecries
cries woukl OUhl sooner iI Oner or later bring the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police on them The child was ordered orderedto
to shut up and not doing so Incarcar Incarcarietra InCArCArIf Incarcarltra ¬
ietra If ra ran Into the room where he was wasconfined Wasconftned wascontlned
confined and strangled him to death deathThe deathThe
The body was chopped up by Gianduza Gianduzaand GlandumRnd Glanduzaand
and then taken to the swamp for conceal concealment concealiient OBcealmente ¬
GnnJ Can Thrown in Jail JailThe JnllTbil JailThe
The police continued their arrests to today today today ¬
day raiding the t Monteleone house where wherethey wherethey
they got nine more members of the UBI8Cl UBI8ClHand Black BteckHand BlackHand
Hand They Tbe include Inclu e Campi Sciano lano and andhie andhie andhis
hie wife Ue Charamonte Costa Nlcolena NlcolenaGibbra NlcoienaGibbra lcolena lcolenaGibbra
Gibbra a handsome girl of twenty twent and andmtetroas andmlstre andmistress
mistress mlstre s of Francesco Incarcarietra I rcarletra who whostrangled whost whostrangled
strangled st led the child and who confessed confessedshe confsedshe confessedshe
she knew of all the crimes of the Black BlackHand BlackHand BlackHand
Hand Carmelo Io and Vincenzo Incarcar Incarcarietra lnearcarIptra Iricarcarletra ¬
ietra brothers of the murderer Angelo AngeloMonteloone AngeloMonteloone AngeloMontetoone
Monteloone his wife sisterinlaw fath father father atll atller ¬
er and motherinlaw Michael Kiel and andFrancesco andFrance andFranescO
Francesco France co Gibbra It is thought t OUf ht that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the entire gan gang will wUlMI wlli1be be caught by tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row rowThe Th The three worst criminals er mJDAls have not yet yetbeen yetben yetbeen
been arrested They The are Incarcarletra Incarcarietrawho Incarcarletrawho Incarcarletrawho
who strangled the boy bo and Gianduza and andStefano andStefano andStefano
Stefano Monfre who cut the body ody in inpieces Inpieces Inpieces
pieces piecesThe piecesThe piecesThe
The news of the recovery of the kid kidnapped kldnap kidnapped ¬
napped nap boys body caused such an ex excitement excitoment cxcitement ¬
citement in the Italian quarter that a alarge alarge alarge
large extra force of policemen poUcemo1was was placed placedthere placedthere placedthere
there to prevent any an demonstration against againstthose againstthOM againstthose
those who are suspected uapeete of connection connectionContinued connectionContinued connectionContinued
Continued on Page 3 Column 0 0fCOO 0aoo
fCOO 600 Weekend eekend Excursions ExcnraionaBaltimore ExcurtllonllBalUm ExcursionsBaltimore
Baltimore BalUm re and Ohio to Atlantic Seaboard Seaboardresorts Soaboardresorts oaboardresorts
resorts Every Ever Friday riday arid Saturday re returning returning returning ¬
turning until following Tuesday inclu inclusive Inclusive irzclusive ¬
sive Consult agents for particulars particularsPrices particularsPrices particularsPrices
Prices on all Kinos l nas of Lumber are Lower LowerI LowerI
I IFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaFair ColumbiaL ColumbiaLFair Co1umbiaFair
Fair today tomorro showers showerslight showerslight showerslight
light to fresh fr sh southerly southerl winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
1 IFrench French Situation Quisling Down Down1Btaek DownIBluk Down1Black
1Btaek Hand Kill KUla Kidnapped Child ChildITelegraphers Child1Telegraphers
1 Telegraphers Strike Not Bndod Bndod1Stepfather JndodIStepfather 3ndcd1Stepfather
1Stepfather of Slain GIrl Insane Insane3Taft Insane3Tart Insane3Taft
3Taft to Attend Yale Exercises Iixervisea3Marihorougha
3 Marlboroughs Still Far Apart ANlrt3Gov Aprt30ev
8 3Gov Gov Comer Opposes OPp ses Bankhaad Blnkhead3New Itankhod3new
3New 3 New Clew In Pelham Tragedy Trllged7LoViag Tragedy7Loving
7 7LoViag Loving Trial Opens Today TodIlYiNws Today7News
iNws 7 News of Maryland larIna and Virginia VirginiaLOCAL Virgin
LOCAL 10 CU CU1Pullman CAL1PuIima
1 1Pullman 1PuIima Pullman Passengers Robbed Rob1MdIPollee Robbed1Police
1 IPollee Police Hold Unclaimed Baby Baby1Marshal
1 1Marshal Marshal Collins Raids Glon Echo Eeho2oPhotoengraers Echo2Photoengravers
2 Phototngravera 2oPhotoengraers Meet feet Today TodayIoro TOdayMoro
3 More Ioro Hot Days D s Coming Coming ComingRecord Coming2Record
2 2Record Record Rush at G P 0 O2Threo 02Three
2 2Threo Three Persons Drowned Drowned2AdmlnlstraUon DrownedAdmlnlstration
2 Administration In Waiting Game GamE5Singers Game5Singers
5 5Singers Singers Plan Music Hall Hall5Flght Hall5Flght hailiFight
5Flght Malaria with Dynamite DnnmltelOJe Dynamite1GJosuits
10 lOJe 1GJosuits Jesuits ults Honor St Sto Aloysius AloyslusSTRIKE AloysiusSTRIKE AloysiusSTRIKE
STRIKE DRAGS ALONG ALONGTelegraphers ALONGlelegraphels ALONGlelegiapliers
Telegraphers After Three ThreePays ThreeDaJs ThreeDays
Pays Make No Progres ProgresSMALL ProglesSMALL ProgiesSMALL
San Francisco Officers Concentrate ConcentrateForces ConcentrateForces ConcentrateForces
Forces In Their Main Inln Office and nndAccept amIAeCelt andAccept
Accept Message Subject to Delay DelayMen D lJlnyMen olaT olaTJfcn
Men Who nao Arc Out OlvcnUntll To Today TodnO Today ¬
day to Return to Their Work WorkSan WorkSan Oorl OorlSan
San Francisco June 28 aThe The striking strikingtelegraphers strIkingi strIkingtelegraphers
i telegraphers in San Francisco and Oak Oakland Oakiland Oakland ¬
iland land have made no gains during the three threedays tbreedays threedays
days in which the strike has been In laprogress InI Inprogress
I progress The Western Union has sixty sixtyoperators 5Ixt 5Ixtoperators sixtyoperators
operators at West Oakland and claims claimsto claimsto claimsto
to be able to handle at least half of its itsusual Itsuwal Itsusual
usual business buel bu irss ss although all messages are aretaken aretaken aretaken
taken subject to delay dela The chief incon inconvenience lneonnnl laconvenience ¬
venience nnl nee to the public lies U in the th fact that thatall thalall thatall
all messages must be taken to the main mainoflkes matnotnees mainoffices
offices oflkesThe otneesThe officesThe
The Postal POll tAl company has adopted the thesame thesame thesame
same tactics as the Western Union UnJ n maw mawing maNIng inanelog
ing all its Operating O raUng foree at the main mainoffices mal maloffices mainoffices
offices Manager Nally aU o of the Postal Postaland Postaland Postaland
and Manager Miller of the Western WesternUnion WOIJternUnion WesternTjnion
Union both declare that by b tomorrow tomorrowthey too tomarrowthey morrow morrowtbey
they would poet notices that all the men menstill menstill menstill
still remaining out win be declared die diecharged dklcharsed diecharged
charged employes employesOffcr employesOffer employeeOtters
Offer to Arbitrate ArbitratePresident ArhUrntepr ArbItratePresident
President pr ldent Samuel J Small or oCtho the Com Commercial ComI Cornmerelal ¬
I mercial Telegraphers Union of America Americadeclared AmerJcaI Americadeclared
I declared last night the operators were werenot werenot werenot
not fighting far f r recognition roeosnlU rocogn1t1gn n ef their Utoirunion OuurI theirUnion
I union ition but fj tbp2lper > 2per catinr ceatinereas s to sal salary MIIJ salary ¬
ary IJ on account a t1unt of th the Increased cost t of ofliving otUvlng ofliving
living He challenges the Western We tern Union Unionand UnSonand IJnionand
and Postal companies to offer to arbi arbitrate arbltrate arbitrate ¬
trate and issue a statement that they theywill the theI theywill
I will pay their telegraphers an advance advanceof advanceof
of 25 per cent in San Francisco Francl co Oakland Oaklandand OAklandand Oaklandand
and vicinity pending the restoration of ofnormal ofnormal ofnormal
normal living conditions conditionsSuch condlUoMSuch conditionsSuch
Such a a declaration added President PresidentSmall P PresidentSmall nt ntSmall
Small would result in I It the t Immediate Immediatereturn Immediatereturn Immediatereturn
return to work of all 5IY telegraphers on onstrike onstrike onstrike
strike here hereEarly hereEarb hereEarly
Early tonight it was reported that the thetelegraph tbeteJegraph thetelegraph
telegraph companies oompan s had granted the op operators operatora opcraters ¬
craters demands for an eighthour elghth ur day dayand dloand dayand
and that the X 5 per cent increase in sal salary salny salary ¬
ary Is S to be arbitrated which was waBub waBubuenU sub subsequently subsequeatly ¬
sequently uenU denied deniedPresident deniedPrcldrlent deniedPresident
President Small Sustained SustainedNew SU8tnlncllNew SustainedNew
New York June 88 INational National President PresidentSmall PresdrmtSmall PresidentSmall
Small of the Commercial Telegraph Telegraphof Telegraphers TelegrapherMof
of America and the national executive executivecommittee execlUecOmmittee executivecommittee
committee cOmmittee of the union unl n were sustained sustainedtoday sustalnodtod sustainedtoday
today tod at a a special meeting of local No
16 of New York called for the purpose purposeof purpo purposeof e eof
of discussing dl usslng the course of the executive executivecommittee exeeuUicommittee executivecommittee
committee It was decided by b a vote votethat votethat votethat
that both President Small and the execu executive executive executive ¬
tive committee be sustained in anything anythingthey anythingthey anythingthey
they do This meeting was called before beforePresident beforePresident beforePresident
President Small left the city cft a week ago agoand agoand agoand
and before ho had declared the general generalstrike generalstrike generalstrike
strike of the telegraphers against the theWestern t tWestern theWestern
Western Union and Postal Telegraph Telegraphcompanies TelegraphcompAnies Telegraphcompanies
companies in San Francisco The strike strikehad strikehad strikehad
had been decided on by b a vote before be foro he hewent hewent hewent
went away and he was authorized at atthat atthat atthat
that time to call it on any an o day he saw sawfit SAWflL sawfit
fit The general ge eral feeling at Jodays Jodaysmeeting Jodaysmeeting Jodaysmeeting
meeting was that the strike in San Fran Francisco Francisco Frandeco ¬
cisco was a purely local affair and not notconnected notconnected notconnected
connected with the general Issue IssueTWO IssueTWO issueTWO
Heat lien t Urines IirliigaOut Out fig DI Crowd at New XCTTYorks XeworkH Neworks
Yorks orkH Recreation Park ParkNew PnrkNew ParkNew
New York June 23 23The The heat today todaybrought todaybroughl todaybrought
brought out the bathers at Coney Cone Island IslandThere IslandThere IslandThere
There were two drownlngs drownlngsThe drownlngsThe drowningsTue
The first drowning occurred at tho bath bathing bathIng bathIng ¬
ing pavilion at the foot of Sulzers Walk WalkMax WalkIax WalkMax
Max Iax Ormsteln seventeen years ears old of 217 217Forsyth 217Fors 217Forsyth
Forsyth Fors th street went in swimming In the themorning th thmorning themorning
morning with several companions Orm Ormstein Onnstein Ormstein
stein was as swimming around when sud suddenly suddenl suddenly ¬
denly denl he was seized with cramps and andsank andsank andsank
sank sankCharles sankCharles sankCharles
Charles Slattery a life guard went to tohis tobls tohis
his assistance and after a hard struggle strugglebrought strutglebrought strugglebrought
brought the boy to the beach be ch Dr Hol Holthauson Holth8usn H0Ithausen
thauson from from the Reception Hospital Hospitalworked Hospitaiworked Hospitalworked
worked over him for nearly an hour but butwas butwas butwas
was unable to bring him around and he hedied hedied hedied
died from strangulation strangulationThe
The other drowning occurred at what is isknown isknown isknown
known at Plumb Beach The victim Ictlm was wasFrederick wasFrederick wasFrederick
Frederick Downing seventeen years ye rs old oldWILD oldWILD oldWILD
Gas Go flag J Explodes on non Honsctopj ctoPJ Car CarFound CarFound CarFound
Found with Occupants Dead DeadBudapest DenrlBudapest DeadBudapest
Budapest June 23 23A A farmer near nearDebreczln nearDebrcczln nearDebreczin
Debreczln was awakened at night by a astrange astrange astrange
strange noise on the roof of his house houseHe houseHe houseHe
He found that a balloon without a car carhad carh3d carbed
had fallen on the house houseWhile houseI houseWhile
I While h 1p and some farm hands with withlanterns withlanternsWere withlanterns
lanterns lanternsWere were preparing to remove It It1 the thegas thegas thegas
gas exploded killing the farmer and four fourothers tourothers fourothers
others and injuring six sixMeanwhile sixleanwhUe sixMeanwhile
Meanwhile the car was found fifteen fifteenmiles fifteenmiles fifteenmiles
miles distant It had three occupants and andthey andthe andthey
they the were dead deadThey deadThey deadThey
They had evidently fallen from a height heightThey helghLThey heightThey
They have not been identified Identified64UO
56410 6400 To Mexico City and Return ReturnBaltimore neturnDnltlmore ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio OhioJune OhioJune OhioJune
June 26 to July 2 Liberal limits Con Consult Consult Consult ¬
sult agents agen s for particulars particularsThe particularsThe particularsThe
The Best Board only 200 per 100 ft
GOES MAD AD IN I CELL CELLDisclaims OELLDisclaims CELLDisclaims
Disclaims Killing His Step Stepdaughter StelJdaughter Steplaughter ¬
daughter Iary Kewlin KewlinBEATS NewliuBEATS NewlitiBEATS
BEATS HEAD ON WALL WALLPennsylvania WTAIJLfeiins1vaiiia VALLIcnnsjlYim
Pennsylvania a Farmer Put IntoStraitjacket Into IntoStraitjacket IiitoStiaitjacket
Straitjacket StraitjacketProsecution StraitjacketProsecution StiaitjacketProsecutloii
Prosecution Tell Tells of More Blood BloodStains lJIootlSfn BloodStains
Stains Sfn Ins Pound in Barn DnrllAdnnetll DnrllAdnnetllru BnrnAtlraiiepsTheory Advances AdvancesTheory
Theory ru or that Murder Took Place in inthat Inthnt Inthat
that Building DullrllngItelllthel Relative Pretext Pretextthat Protetthat Protestthat
that Accused Man Inn In Not Guilty Guilt of ofBrutal ofDrutol ofBrutal
Brutal Crime Crlnaclnrluelt Inquest Today TodayPhiladelphia Totin TotinPhiladelphia TotinyPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa June J 28 Raving and anddeclaring Ilnddeclaring anddeclaring
declaring his love fpr C r little Mary lary Newlin Newlinwhose Newlinwhose Newlinwhose
whose strangled body bod was found burled burledIn burledIn buriedin
In his yard ard Irwin Irwin Lewis who is accused accusedof
of her murder is in a critical condition at atthe atthe atthe
the county count Jail tonight All day he heacted heacted heacted
acted like a madman becoming so vio violent vie vielent Jo Jolont ¬
lent that it was 115 necessary neeee ar to put him In Ina Ina Ina
a straitJacket straitJacketDr
Dr Joseph H Scattergood the Jail Jailphysician jailphyatcian jailphysician
physician says say say he does d not believe the theaccused theaccu theaccused
accused accu man will be able to go to Avoni Avonidale Ayondale Avonidale
dale tomorrow toomor w where the district attor attorney nttorDe attorfl3 ¬
ney De proposes to have an inquest held In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the case caseMy cueY caseMy
My Y God they the are going to kill me meLewis meLe1s meLewis
Lewis cried In his cell as h he sat t on a rude rudebench rudebench rudebench
bench his hair disheveled dlsh YeJed and his I tI hands handsclasped handscla handsclasped
clasped cla ed over his face Save Sa me save saveme aeme saveme
me he shrieked Dont let them hang hangme Mngme hangme
me meThen
Then suddenly leaping to his feet be hebegan bebegan bebegan
began to butt his head against a a wall of ofth ofthe ofthe
th the cell Two Jailers sprang upen him himand himand himand
and although he te a young man of slight slightptoysiqu slightpbJtIqu slightphyIiquo
ptoysiqu a d desperate sperat Struggle ensued ensuedOther OMUedOther ensuedOther
Other Jailers flung Uftg themselves at him and andpinned andpinned andplaned
pinned him to the floor A straitJacket straitJacketwas atraItjackewas tr1tjIIckewas
was hastily haatll brought and the maddened maddenedfarmer maddenedCarmer maddenedfarmer
farmer was soon helpless although his htepiteous hispiteous hispiteous
piteous cries rang through the building buildinguntil buildinguntil buildinguntil
until be became exhausted exhaustedBroken exbauetedDrokon exhaustedhirokon
Broken Under Strain StrainThat StrnlnThat Simm SimmThat
That the strain which Lewis Ia has gone gonethrough gonethrough gonethrough
through since the finding of the murdered murderedchilds murderedcblkls murderedchilds
childs body Friday has proved at last lasttoo lattoo lasttoo
too much for the manretoas JII8 selfcontrol selfcontrolhe Icontrol Icontrolbe
he at first manifested manife led is the opinion of ofDC ofD ofD
DC D Scattergood who to In constant ant at attendance atteasdance atteadsace ¬
tendance upon bin tonight tonightLet toaltll1LHLet toalibILet
HLet Let me out of here Here Lewis pleaded pleadedwith pladedwith pleadedwith
with the physician I am innocent I Ididnt Idldnt Ididnt
didnt kill little Mary I love her as I Iloved Iloved Iloved
loved nsr her mother motherTh moUMrThe znothrThe
Th The physician I Jrted rkd to reason with tIN tbeaccused tINaeeu theaccused
accused aeeu ed man but the latter IaU soon became becameviolent becaMevtolenL becameviolent
violent violentI vtolenLTIte violentThe
I Th The district attorney today oda completed completedj
j his arrangements arrallg IsntJ loc t tsi lie e inquest and the therntgMn tMarral thersaIaiset
arral rsaIaiset rntgMn > j t of 1 Lawfe which fe expects expects4o peet peetto
4o to follow follo and M 1ihsabedsIod MJi a afa jwlwrtulod JlDlt l C far tocmorrow to tomorrow O Omorrow ¬
morrow afternoon at t Avoadala A lie 1e baa baawould bas basI1UDg hasflung
flung out ih hint that the tJunttBr that thatwould thatwould
would be Introduced by b the prosecution prosecutionat
at both the tb Inquest Inqu t and the subsequent subsequenthearing subsequenthearing ubeequenthrtng
hearing would not only onl be moat lenaa lenaatk IM IMtioMI sousatiossi
tk tioMI > Ml but would throw considerable light lightupon lightupon lightupon
upon the mystery mysteryTelltale mtlttryTelltnle mysteryTelltale
Telltale Stain I in Darn DarnBlood DnrnoBlood llamaBlood
Blood stains discovered today upon uponstalry a astairway astairway
stairway In the barn on the Lewis farm farmbehind fannbehind farmbehind
behind which the body of little Mary MaryNewlin MaryNewIIa tarr tarrewUn
Newlin ewUn was s fojied found are believed to tostrengthen totleagthen tostrengthen
strengthen the theory theor of the district at attorney attome atterse ¬
torney tome that the murdered child childstruk was wasstruck tcasstruck
struck down do n In the t frame frme structure trutue Inn brutally b InntAll ¬
tally tUO tAll kicked kike and aa beaten bsen only to be thrown thrownInto thrwn thrwnInto thrownInto
Into a twofoot tworot hole hol with vith a burlap brlp bag bagtightly bg bgtghty begtightly
tightly tghty drawn drwn about her b r neck neckThe nk nkTh neckThe
The Th attitude attud of Lewis Lewi family tml o to one on of ofabsolute ofaute ofabsolute
absolute aute belief tef in his hl innocence In ence One On of ofthese ofthr ofthese
these thr who has bs come coe to Lewis Lewi aid is isProf I IsProf
Prof Prt J Lewis Lwi superintendent wrnteadet of the thepublic thepublc thepublic
public publc schools bJ at Beverly Bverly X K J an uncle uncleThomas unle unleTboma uncleThomas
Thomas Fierce Pier and an William WJUam S Wlndle Wlndletwo Windletwo Windlotwo
two of Chester Cester Countys Counts foremost foremt law lawyers lawyer lawyets ¬
yers yer have already alrdr begun bn to prepare pepe a adefense adefen adefense
defense defen for him himLewis him himLewis
Lewis Lw father fathr and an pie he wife 1fe of o the th ac accueed a accused
cueed cU today man mn talked freely frel for this tht first fnt time timetoday tme tmetod timetoday
tod o
Alibi Albi Contemplated ContemplatedThey ContcmplntedTy ContcntplatedThey
They Ty admitted amite as they th said Mi they thO had hadalready badalready Jd Jdalredr
already alredr done dne to the district dltrct attorney atorer that thatLewis tht thtLewl thatLewis
Lewis Lewl had gone goe to t his farm fam from frm that of ofhis orhis ofhis
his father nearly nrr nedri a mile mt away at about abt aboutg
5 oclock oclk on last lst Sunday Sunt Sunda afternoon when whenlittle whenltl whenlittle
little ltl Mary IarO JCewlIn ewln was last la seen en alive aliveWe alvl alvlWe aliveWe
We had a 1 family fRmly reunion renion on last Sun Sunday Sundy Suntlay
day dy the elder Lewis sakl saklSome si sakiSome
Some Sm relatives relathp of ours named nme Naylor Naylorhad Naylorhad alor alorhad
had come c from fr Wilmington Wimington to visit us usand usa usand
and a Irwin my m son sn and an his wife ife came cameover cameover cameover
over from their thtr farm about aout a half hal or orthreequarters Orthreequarters r rthrqueters
threequarters thrqueters of a mile mie away awa Little LittleMary Littlear LittleMary
Mary ar the dead ded child chid went to her hr grand grandfathers gr grandfathers ¬
fathers to spend s the da dB day At about 445 445oclock 445oclok 445oclock
oclock oclok Irwin started strted home hme to put pt on his hisworking hisWorking hisworking
working clothes cothe so 8 he could help me milk milkthe mik mikthe milkthe
the cows He walked across aerss these thee fields fieldsand fieldsand fieldsand
and he was back bck in half hlll an a hour hourWEARS hourWEAS hourWEAB
Chicago Millionaire Illonnlre Imitates Imlatell Mark MarkTvrnln MarkTwain fnrltTunln
Twain Tunln in His UII Apparel ApparelChicago ApparelChicgo ApparelChicago
Chicago Chicgo June S The white whie dress dre suit suitMark suitIark suitMark
Mark Iark Twains innovation Innov ton has ha broken brokenout brokenout brokenout
out in Chicago O lc go It appeared appered for the first firsttime firt firttme firsttime
time tme last night on the person of Million Millionaire Millionairo ¬
aire Banker John Farson at the June Junefete Junefete Junefete
fete of the Indiana Society Bodet which was washeld washeld Washeld
held at Pleasant Pleasnt Home Farsons man mansion mansion manslon ¬
sion In Of Olk k Park ParkThe ParkThe ParkThe
The dress drss suit was a real rel affair atalr ex except oxcept ¬
cept that It was wa pure white faced with withwhite withwhite lh lhwhie
white whie satlu stiD It I was long In the tails tais and andshort andshort
short In the front and had every indica indication Indlc indlcalion ¬
lion ton of having h wlng bqen bn made by b a tailor tailorunder taior taiorunder tailorunder
under instructions Inst from the
ctons wearer wearerIt Werer WererI t tIt
It I was accompanied acmpanied by a wonderful wonderfulwaistcoat wonderfulwaistcoat Wonderul Wonderulwaistcoat
waistcoat of pale ple cream crea satin satn embroid embroidered embrid embridere embroidered ¬
ered ere with delicate delcate roses of nearpink and andyellow andyelow andyellow
yellow yellowAnd yelow yellowAnd
And John J9hn Farson Faron was s very happy happ to tohave tohae tohave
have if I on It I was clearly to be seen seenthat sen senthat seenthat
that h6 h wore It from choice choiceEIGHT choiceEIGHT choiceEIGHT
Dining Car on Pennsylvania Split SI1t In InTwo InTwo inTwo
Two by Engine EngineSharon EngineSharon EngineSharon
Sharon Pa June 23 2Elgbt 23Eight Eight people were wereinjured wereinjured wereinjured
injured three of them dangerously as asthe asthe asthe
the result reul of a Pennsylvania freight en engine engine engino ¬
gine crashing Into the companys combi combination 10mbl 10mblnaton combination ¬
nation naton dining and sleeping car cron on a sid siding sidIg sidlag ¬
lag Ig today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The car cr was hurled on Its Is side at right rightangles rightangles rightangles
angles with wth the tracks and split plt in two twoThat twoThat twoThat
That none were killed kied is miraculous as asseveral asseveral
several seerl were ere burled under the debris debrisThe debrisThe debrisThe
The accident was caused by b the air ar brakes brakesfalling braes braesfaUng brakesfailing
falling faUng to work workA workA WorkA
A A la Carte Lunch Served Dally DallyAt Dal7 Dal7At DailyAt
At Ecksteins from from1 from12 12 to 3 1412 N Y L ave aveBoards aveBoards
Boards BoaJs Wide and Bright Brhht J200 20 2 per ito 10 ft ft
Dry Dock at Portsmouth 1rhli nth Burned for forAmusement forAmuPement fortinuseiuent
Amusement AmuPement of Spectators SpectatorsBoston SIltatorll SIltatorllBostn SpectatorsBoston
Boston Bostn June 23 2The 23The The biggest bigget bonfire bonfireever bonfre bonfrener bonfireever
ever witnessed wlnesSd in this tils vicinity vlclnU was Wt the theburning theburing theburning
burning buring last night of the old ol Portsmouth PortsmouthN Portmouth PortmouthN
N H government goverment dry dock which was wastowed wa watowed wastowed
towed to t the th Point of Pines Pln a few weeks weeksago wceksago weeksago
ago to bo broken up for junk The Te Im 1mmenso Immense Immenso
menso structure SU11ctur which cost J1C00009 ltO went wentup wehtup wentup
up in smoke smke foe the amusement amusmt of about abut abut2O abouto
20000 2O o people peopleThe peple peopleThe
The Th old 011 dock dok was fired frd at 730 1 p m and amiso andso
so 5 solid was wa the structure sltu that after afterMazing Afer Aferbslng afterblazing
blazing bslng fiercely ferly for six hours hra the th frame framestill tramesti framestill
sti still stood stod It I was SOt l feet long lng and an 110 110feet 10 10feet 110feet
feet wide wie and corttatried coUaire millions miin of feet feetof fet fetof feetof
of heavy he timbers tmber Great Grt sheets JMt of flame flameshot fe fehot flameshot
shot hot up hundreds of feet fet and the column columnof clumn clumnof columnof
of smoke made a beacon cn that was wa seen seenfar seenfar
far out outto to sea senScores See SeeSores seaScores
Scores Sores of yachts achts and launches lanb took to out outpleasure ot otplesure outpleasure
pleasure plesure parties prto and lay ly in the t vicinity vicnit to towatch towatch towatch
watch the 110 burning burningThe burningThe burningThe
the The night nightLANDS nightLANDS fire fre continued cnUnued t tLAS to burn brn throughout throughoutthe trght trghttbe
Aiijrler lJler lbs lnN Record with Uh TrvoSeven TrvoSevenpnnnd Two Twoeenpound een eenponnrl
pnnnd Fl Flh Fish h at t Water nter Gap GapDelaware GnpDelwaro CupDelaware
Delaware Delwaro Water Gap Gap June Jun ft The Te baas baasseason baseseason
season sesn has opened and a not In the history historyof hitor historyof
of tho resort resor has 01 there tbet been be so a o much muh in interest Interet Interest ¬
terest teret taken in the sport sPt Every year yearthere rero rerothere yearthere
there are ae hundreds who know knw of tho ex excellent excelent cxcelient ¬
cellent celent bass fishing fshing to be enjoyed ene in the theDelaware theDeaware theDelaware
Delaware Deaware and the tb aoasoqp aOS havp hvp been beengood bn bngo beengood
good go but bt this year er a eoeceseful sleful angler anglerhas anslerh anglerha
has h ha set the whole country wild to reach reacha rfcb rfcbprton rchportion
a portion prton of the success SUCe8 b h be Hlve achieved the thefirst te tef thefirst
first f t t day dayOmer da daOmr dayOmer
Omer Omr Staples is the fortunate fortunte man mn He Hesucceeded le lesuceee Hesucceeded
succeeded suceee in landing two weighing eghlng seven sevenpounds HYn HYnpounds sevenpounds
pounds each ec one weighing weghlng five pounds poundsand poundsand
and one on weighing waghlng three thre pounds poundsLOVE puns punsLOV poundsLOVE
Father Will 11 Sot Permit Permi Girl to Bet BetJIand DetJnnd BetHand
Hand Jnnd on Jone Horse Race RaceBelleville RnceBelevie RaceBelieviile
Belleville Belevie III I June ttThe 2 wafer a of ofMiee orI ofMiss
Miss I Helen Burs of her heart ber and an hand handthat hkiulthet
that tht Frank Grimes Grime horse ho Bobble Rb G Gwould Gwuld 0would
would wuld not wig wll wi R I race at Belleville Dellvle on onJuly onJul onJuly
July Jul 4 is oft oto although alhgh the tb compact cpt cptsgne was wassigned wassigned
signed sgne and an witnessed wtne before beor a a a notary notaryMiss Rt notaryMiss
Miss 18 Burs father put a quietus qu1t on the theaffair theatalr theaffair
affair atalr because bW the he wager wage has b caused caued so somuch somuch
much muh notoriety ntrletr Grimes Grlm has ba been 1 noti notified nti ntife notifled ¬
fled fe that the bet bt is off of but says S if I he hewins heWIns hewins
wins the race rce he will 11d demand nd Miss Mis Burs Burshand Bul Bumshand
hand in marriage according acrding to the signed signedagreement signedagreement Ign Ignagremt
agreement agremt a few weeks wek ago agoLOST ag agLOST agoLOST
LOST BABY IS HELD HELDPolicemans HEtDPo1ccmans fiELDPolicemans
Policemans Po1ccmans Find Unclaim Unclaimed ulclaimcd ¬
ed Entertains Officers OfficersFOUND Oficers OficersFOUND OlliccisA OlliccisFOUND
Pretty retO Tot Two To Tears Yenr nod a Half HalfOld Inl halfOld
Old Oll Dressed Dreliell 111 II White h I e WearHalf Wear Wearshalf cnn cnnHal
Half Hal Hose 10r anti Black Shoan ShOOIlol ShOOIlolIroli Shoeshas Shoeshashlrowii Has HasIlroiTH
IlroiTH Iroli Hnlr unit nul 3Mnc lue ne Byo IWTnkcn lbosTnkcn lbosTnkcnto Taken Takento
to t ihc UeI IRjunc j of Detention DetentionPropped Dct DetentionPropped IUn IUnPrp
Propped Prp up in the big bg armchair armr of the thelieutenant thelieutenant
lieutenant lttfnt anparently aprenty apjisrently oblivious o1v of the thepast te tept thepast
past pt and aD regardless regr of the th future futur a a pretty prettylittle pety petyltl prettylittle
little ltl twoyeeroM tYer girl grl spent pt last lat evening eveningat
at the th Third precinct pent police pll station Ll She Shewas Shewas
was a lost 1 and u had b bean bon picked pke up l In La Lafayette L Lafayette ¬
fayette faJete Square Sue by Policeman Pocan Sides SMwThe S SidesThe
The T Wg guardian gurin of the law la1 carried crri the thelittle thelittle
little ltl lost t tot to the th station Itatln She S was washappy WI washappy
happy hp Later Ltr the th child elld was transferred transferredto
to the th House Hou of Detention UeteU and ad turned turnedover turnedoval
over ove to the te custody ctO of the th matron matronThe matron matronTe matronThe
The Te police ple were not nt informed Infore but lt night nightthat nighttht nightthat
that tht a child elk had bd been len lost Jt or 0 Arayed Arayedfrom AryE tmsyedfrom
from frm home br and an they llO are at a I lose 18 to t un understand understal understand ¬
derstand derstal why h no n one oe has ha been b in I search searchof searchof rb rbof
of the te little ltl girt girtMamma gir girtMamma
Mamma ramms was all n the t little mu girl cl would wouldsay wouldsay 1
say at the station stton The child ell is I pretty prettydressed ptto pttodresH prettydressed
dressed dresH In white hlte but there tre is I no Jewelry Jewelryor
or anything about her person penln to make makeidentification mke mkeientfton makeklentlilcation
identification ientfton possible possible Policeman Pol elA Sides Sidesfound Shiesfound
found the te wee one in the th park prk near the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner of Sixteenth and II I streets st tJ north northwest nrth nrthWet northwest ¬
west Wet shortly short after afer G oclock o ok wandering wanderingaimlessly wanderingaimlessly Waerng WaerngalmleO
aimlessly almleO about aboutMamma abuL abuLMamm aboutMamma
Mamma Mamm said si the Ut lost lt child eld to the theWg thebg thebig
Wg bg policeman policemanPoliceman picea policemanPoliceman
Policeman Polcen Sides Ses made nde an effort efort to t find findsome fnd fndsome fIndsome
some one about the square surewho squreWko who knew the thehomeless theomeles thehomeless
homeless omeles one but he was wa unable unble to t do doso dos doso
so s and eventually eCtul took her to the station stationIIOUEO stationhouse
house IIOUEOThe hOso houseThe
The little lte stray strn was 8S the admiration admirton of ofevery o oeyen ofevery
every policeman poloeman and every ven one oe else 81 who whocame whoCme whocame
came Cme into the station stdtn stdtion Even the prison prisoners prisn prisnerstho prisonerathe ¬
ers erstho the common ordinary ordlnr type who wh are areaccustomed areacustomed areaccustomed
accustomed acustomed to being locked loked up uptok upook took no notice notl notioe ¬
tice tl of the baby 1b1 and seemed to t repent repentBicycle TepenlBcole TepentBicycle
Bicycle Bcole Policeman Polceman Williams WIlams took tok par particular pr prtculr particular ¬
ticular tculr interest Interet in the youngster and fed fedher fedher fedher
her milk mik and candy cndy She made herself herselfat herselfat
at borne hme immediately and wndered wnderedabout wandered wanderedabout wanderedabout
about the station staton and climbed clmbed Into the thelieutenants theleutenants thelieutenants
lieutenants leutenants chair and made friends with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the big dignified dignifed captain Just as if I she shehad shehad shehad
had known him all al her life lifeWhen le leWhen lifeWhen
When she was taken away awa to the House Houseof Iouse Iouseof ouse ouseof
of Detention Detenton the child chid seemed to dread dreadgoing dred dredgoing dreadgoing
going away awa awayshe osho she had had ha been happy with withthe wIththe lh lhthe
0 0Iamma
the men In blue blueMamma blueMamma
Mamma she said as W they carried crrie her heraway hera herThe heraway
away awayThe a awayThe
The child chid Is not more than thln two and ad a ahalf nhlf ahalf
half hlf years ers old is well wel dressed dresed and has hasbrown basbrown hasbrown
brown hair and blue eyes era Her white whitedress whitedress whitedress
dress is clean elen so ars a arp her white hlte half halfhose halfhose
hose and an black shoes She wore a cap capAdvertising capAdvertsing
I Advertising Advertsing 44 That Pays PaysTHE PaysTHt PaysTug
THE WASHINGTON V ASUCTON HERALD car carried cr crred carned ¬
ned red for the wetk wek ended yesterday yesterday2ij Jeterday Jeterday2Ii yesterday2I7
2ij 2Ii < columns of advertising advertisingThis advcrtsing advcrtsingThis advertisingThis
This was a gain of about twenty twentycolumns twentycolumns twentycolumns
columns over Oer the preceding pre eding week weekAll week weekAll
All Al of it was clean cen advertising advertisingThis advertisingThis advertisingThis
This newspaper accepts no other otherkind otherkind otherkind
kind Its patrons find fnd themselves themselvesin themsvc
in good company companyhonest honest company companyand compnr compnrand companyand
and their ther announcements are arepresented arepresented arepresented
presented in the most attractive attractiveform atrctive atrctiveiorm attractiveform
form possible to the typographical typographicalart typgraphicl typgraphiclrt
art rt Washington Washingon business busines men are areall ar areall
all all appreciating apprecating what a fine fne adver advertising advertising advertising ¬
HERALD HELD is IS It gives gve results reults A Ahome Ahome Ahome
home newspaper a wholesome wholesomenewspaper wholesomenewspaper wholesomenewspaper
newspaper which whih the people read readand readmdapprovcinvarably readand
and mdapprovcinvarably approve approveinvariably invariably gives gves re results r rsulsthe resuitsthe ¬
sults sulsthe suitsthe the best results resultsLibbey resuls resultsLibbey
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Libbey LlbbeyCo Co 6th St st t and N Y Ave Ave
Midi Leader Enters Enters Paris Pars in inSpite inSpie iiiSpite
Spite Spie of Police PoliceASKS Polce PolceASKS PoliceASKS
Assures AssulesCemenccau Clemcncciii that No Vio Violence Violence Yb Ybleiicc ¬
lence Is Intended IntendedRedeemer IntendedRcrtecmcr IntendedRedeemer
Redeemer of the 1h Sooth Offer Oferl to toPlace toPlc toPlace
Place Plc Hlmftelf Ilrel In the Hands hand nnd of the theAuthorities theAutborJlcl theAuthorities
AutborJlcl Authorities to Do Anything AnrthluG They TherMay TheTfn TheyMay
May fn Direct DlrcctCemcncenu DircctClenienceau Clemcnccnu Allow AllowLender Alo AloLender AllowsLender
Lender to Depart Unmolested Unmole8tedXo Unmole8tedXoIolencc UnmolestedNoViolence Xo XoViolence
Violence In the Strike StrikeParis StrikeParis StriJeParis
Paris June Jun 23 5The The chief cief development developmenttoday develpment develpmenttodny developmenttoday
today In 1 the Midi crisis crles is an incident incidentdelightfully IncidentdeUghtul incidentdelightfully
delightfully deUghtul French FrenchAt FrenchJ FrenchAt
At J about abot 1008 10 100 this morning morin a gentle gentleman gente gentem gentleman ¬
man m carrying tarr3lng a valise Us with an overcoat overcoaton
on his h arm called cle at the ministry ministr of the theinterior thoIn theinterior
interior In rr and ad asked to seo M I Clemenceau ClemenceauIn Clemenceu ClemenceuIn
In response rpnse to the attendants atendants inquIry Inqury as asto lS lSto asto
to his hi name and business busln s the caller caler hand handed had hade handad ¬
ed e him a card crd bearing baring the name Marcellln MarcelllnAlbert M MarcelhinAlbert eeln eelnAI
Albert AI rt It was n Indeed the Redeemer Redeemer5f Reeemer
6 Or < 5f the South as he is known kown to his hismillion hismilon hismUllen
million milon followers who wlo have thrown South Southcrn Sout Southera
era er France Frne Into a ferment He le is the theman themn theman
man mn for whom Whm hundreds hundres of agents have havebeen hve hveb havebeest
been b seeking seking during the past pst four days daysto dS dSt daysto
to t Incarcerate InCrcerate for conspiracy conspircy against aganst the theadministration th thadministraton theadministration
administration of the law lawTalk lawTnlc lawTalk
Talk Tnlc Half lalf an Hoar HoarWhen lonr lonrWhen HourWhen
When the functionary functlnno recovered revere from fromI fromhi fromhis
I his hi astonishment utlshment he conducted oonducte the visi visitor visitor vlsIbr ¬
tor to t a n room rm filled fled with officials oflnJ and andhastened andhastened
hastened hst ne to inform the premier Albert Albertsat Albrt AlbrtHt Albertsat
sat quietly quIety under uner the amazed azed scrutiny f ruUn of ofhie ofhi ofhis
his hi companions compnlons until unU the messenger re returned r returned ¬
turne turned and an invited him to enter etr M MClenteaceau8 1 l lClemeuceet9s
Clenteaceau8 Clect Clemeuceet9s office ofce He remained reaine for forhalf forhlf forhalf
half hlf an hour hur in private conversation O rsto with withthe withthe 1th 1ththe
the head Md of the government gyerment Then The the thepremier te tep thepremier
premier p mlcr not nt to be b outdone in courtesy courtesyconducted court courtcut courtesyconducted
conducted cut the fugltivo fuglo from Justice Just to tothe toth tothe
the th exit ext and told him he b was as free to todepart tode todepart
depart de rt aa 8 when whe he came cameThe came cameThe
The Th leader Idfr of the th greatest getet revolt revot Franc Franchas Francehas
has h seen 8e since slne UTO W quietly quiet hailed ble a cab cabana CAbdrve cabehl
ana ehl drove drve away M Clemenceau Cleeeu subse subsequently sub subeequently ¬
q quently fty gav ga gave a a limited lmie version of what whattook wbatt whattook
took t place plce at the interview Intonlw Albert Albertpleaded Albrt Albrtp Albertpleaded
pleaded p d with wih M I Clemenceau Clemenceu to t withdraw withdrawthe wihdrw wihdrwte withdrawthe
the te trp troe troopg from fr the disaffected dltet districts districtsassuring dtstrt1ts dtstrt1tsassuring ut
assuring arng him hm that it would wul result relt hi the theimmediate tMImel theimmediate
immediate Imel le restoration restration of order onr Hs as assured a alure ussured ¬
sured lure th tM premier preir that violence volee had no noplace J niplace
place plac in the policy pUC of the tb leaders leder of the themovement themovement
movent movement that tht they had hd done doe everything everythingpossible ethlo ethlopbl eveythlngPossible
possible pbl to prevent povent It I and n nd would 1 con continue contiu continue ¬
tinue tiu to do d so s Albert Alber offered ofre further tr br to toput topt toput
put pt himself bnlC in the hands hns of the t authori authorities authortu authorlties ¬
ties u and a said si he would do d anything n1llt else elsethe elMtbe elsethe
the premier prf required reuir of o him himAlbert him himIbrrt himAlbert
Albert Ibrrt Allowed AUonell to Depart DepartM DeDartX DepartCl
M Ciemenceau Cneu Cl sssoneeau replle repl repii11lat1ta ltb tHiiCae would tvonidnot I wouldnot
not D accept ICfp his hl surrender sUrren r at the tle aiinUtrr aiinUtrraad VaL usInLdrand
and an that tht bt h was s free tre to go g but he b advised advisedhim advisedhim
him to promptly prompb put himself bJU at the t1 dis disposal dl dlpI diiposal ¬
posal pI of the proper prpr authorities authites The The pre premier rrezuier ¬
mier rer severely vreb condemned cnemne the course CUI he hehad hehad hehad
had adopted adpted in advising not nt violence yllen but butequally buteul butequally
equally eul Illegal Uesl proceedings p lngs by b the th dis disaffected dt dliaffected ¬
afete affected population ppulto M Clemenceau Clemnc would wouldnot wouldnt wouldnot
not nt say sy whether whet r measures msure were discussed discussedfor discussedfor
for ameliorating aeliratng the te peoples pple grievances grievancesIt
It would wuld of course CUJe be b most mt grtan1 undignified undignifiedfor undlglf
for the head hed of tho government gernmet to admit admitany admi admitany
any parleying prleJlng with wih the t leader leer of a great greatbody 8rHtb greatbody
body b of lawbreakers brekers but the the intwiew intwiewended intwe intweend interiewended 1
ended end amicably arblr and the two tw men parted partedI frtM frtMon
I on apparently aprenty friendly friend terms termsUp termsUp I IUp
Up to the present preent hour hor the thenews news ns regard regarding r regardlag cr1 ¬
ing the Midi has been ben entirely enUre pacifi plf It Itseems Itseems
seems s assured a9ure that the th violent phase pse of ofth ofth ofthe
th th the orlste ol has come to an end ed The eco economic e ceonoriic ¬
nomic nolc problem remains remain to be b dealth det with withSituation witbSlnnton withSituation
Situation Slnnton in Montpelller MontpelllerMontpellier Monipelliertontpeilier Iontpeiler Iontpeilertontpmer
Montpellier tontpmer June 23 23Exaggerstion Exaggeration ExQggerUon is istoo Ist Istoo
too t mild mil a a term ter to employ empO to describe d bo the thereports thereprts thereports
reports reprts sent from frm Montpellier purporting purportingto purrtkg purrtkgt
to t record rerd the conditions conditons here hre There Tfiereseems TJ Thereseems re reaem
seems aem to be something in the atmosphere atmosphereof atmspre atmspreof
of the Midi Mii which affects correspondents correspondentsThey crrespondent correspondentsThey
They seem to have been writing under uner the thepressure thepreure thepressure
pressure preure of overstrained oertrne emotions emotons and andmaking andmaking
making actualities actualtes f their own forebod forebodings fo forebodlogs b ¬
logs Inr Scraps rap and street stet brawls have been beenrepresented beenrepresented n nrepresente
represented represente as a riots In truth business businessgoes businessgoes
goes ge on in the daytime daytme as usual usual Men Menwomen Menwomen Menwomen
women and children chidrn pursue plnue leisurely leisurelytheir lel8urlly lel8urllyter leisurelytheir
their ter way wa on foot foot In carriages crriages and ad tram tramcars tramcrs traincars
cars crs or loiter loier unforbldden in the public publicsquares pUblc pUblcsuats publicsquares
The cafes do busi business bualnose
squares suats a thriving thrllng bUl bUlness ¬
ness although alhough mighty little lte of it I is in the theMidis theldls theMklls
Midis ldls own wine The streets strets are not pa patrolled patrled patrolied ¬
trolled trled by troops trops who are merely merel massed massednear ma maner massednear
near ner the public publc building buldlg9 although slUough there thereare thereae thereare
are ae enough eough troops trops here to overwhelm a atown aton atown
town twice the size of Montpellier M ntpler ntpellier if I the thetroops thetrops thetroops
troops trops are sound and nothing has de developed develop developed ¬
veloped velop yet Indicating Indicatng the contrary conlrro so S far faras faras
as the public has seen seenItotTdlcN 5eennontle8 seenRowdies
a te pblc
Rowdies nontle8 Make Trouble at Night NightScores NightScores Igh
Scores of officers olcers in brilliant briInt trappings trappingsgive trppings trppingsge trappingsgive
give ge the towns central centrl square squae surround surrounded surroun surrouned ¬
ed by b cafes an aspect of gorgeous gorgeus color colorin clor clorin colorin
in contrast with Wih the somber mien of the thecitizens te tecitzens thecitizens
citizens citzens who look on with wih calm indiffer indifference Indlter Indlterence indierence ¬
ence or mild mid interest This apparent dis disposition dispsiton disposition ¬
position psiton o the people Is confusing to for forelgners forelgner forsigners
signers elgner To jome ole olne it imports an uncanny uncannyrepression unenn unennrepression uncannyrepression
repression of Impulses whose potentiality potentialityis potentnHty potentnHtyIs
is ominous Those who know the Mid Midhowever Mmdlhowever ldf ldfhowever
however say It Is only the normal state stateof stte stteof stateof
of the people who ho are accustomed to do doa doa doa
a moderate amount of work leisurely lelsurol and andthen andthen andthen
then to spend their tlmo tmo peaceably pceably and andsatisfactorily andsat3factrlb andsatisfactorily
satisfactorily sat3factrlb In gossip or contemplation contemplationand contemplaton contemplatonnnd
and who ho do not wish to be disturbed in intheir Intheir intheir
their habits habitsWhat habis habisWha habitsWhat
What Wha little lte outbreaks happen come at atnight atnight atnight
night night when that part of any an poulation poulationwhich poulnton poulntonwhich poulationwhich
which is always ready for embroilments embroilmentsmakes embroiments embroimentsmakes embroilmentsmakes
under of ofdarkness ofdarkess ofdarkness
makes its is appearance appearnce cover
darkness darkess and with taunt defiance defance crowd crowding crowding crowding ¬
ing against igalnst the soldiers 51dlcrs lines lnes and hurling hurlingmissiles hurlng hurlngmissies hurlingmissiles
missiles missies precipitate precipiate a charge chag of troops troopsin
in which somebody somebod o guilty gui or not is isbound Isbound isbound
bound to get hurt hurt hurtPrefers
PreferI Prefers Deer to I Its > Owp Wine WineSuch WineSuch Ine IneSuch
Such are the conditions In this capital capitalof capial capialot capitalof
of an Important iportant department of the Midi Midiwhere MIdIwhere Udi Udiwhere
where Ferroul and ad his companions comphon compaisloni are areJailed arejal arejailed
Jailed JailedThe jal jailedThe d dThe
The Paris public publc were unwilling unwUlng to be believe beleve beHere ¬
Here leve M I Clemenceau the other day when whenhe whenhe ben benhe
he declared dolared the manifestations mtnlfestatons were led ledby ledb ledby
by b youths ouths and the Apache element Such Suchhowever Suchhowever Suchhowever
however Is I the history histor of the socalled socallednightly soocallednlghti socallednightly
nightly nlghti riots at Montpellier MontpellierThere lontpeUer lontpeUerThere MontpellierThere
There is every eer reason reson to believe bel eve that thatdisturbances thatdisturbance thatdisturbances
disturbances disturbance at Narbonne arbonne are very much muchworse muchworse
worse Wore but reasons may bo found chiefly chieflyhere chleOrhere chieflyhere
here in the lack of news from Narbonne NarbonneIn arbonneIn
In view of the fact that the failure faiure of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Midi to sell sel its It wine was the te cause of oft3 ofwhole
1 tha t3 whole Meridionals lIerldlonnle demonstration it itis itIs itIs
is worth while Whie to record that some of the theprincipal theprincpal theprincipal
principal princpal cafes caes in the very ver center of the thecity theofO thecity
city ofO do not sell sel this wine wne at all al 1t t being beingsaid bing bingsaid beingsaid
said condescendingly in them that it I Is Isonly Isonly isonly
only to be found in the small smal wino shops shopsPeople shopsPeople shopsPeople
People on every hand drink beer and andabsinthe andabsinthe andabsinthe
absinthe absintheFloorins absintheFloorlnr absintheFlooring
Flooring Floorlnr N C Heart Heart H rt JIM 20 2QO per 100 10 ft It
Current Pnnspji PnJ8 Through ThrouJh Father lint lintOnly ImtOnl butOnly
Only Onl Stuns Shlll Him HimPlttston HimPitston StintPittston
Plttston Pitston Pa June 23 2 Fouryearold FouryearoldWillie FouryearoldWillie
Willie Wiie Patton Paton was killed kie by h electricity electricitywhich eleclrlclqowhleh electricitlwhich
the body bodyof bedyof bodyof
which had first frst passed pse through
of his father last night at Duryea DuryeaThe Dure DuryeuThe
The boy by and fnd his father William Wilam Patton Pattonreturning Paton Patonreturning Pattonreturning
returning borne M from frot1 a i shopping trip tripcrossed triperOd tripcrossed
crossed erOd Main ltaln fain street stret Just as a a street arc arclight arcliht arclight
light liht broke from Crm its Is fastenings tatenlnb The lamp lampfell Imp Imptel lampfelt
fell tel on the head hed of the father who wh had hadhold hadhold hadhold
hold of his h sons ns hand The electric cur current cur curnnt currant ¬
rent passed pd through the father to the theson theln theion
son ln killing kiing the latter lter instantly instantlyThe In8tnth In8tnthTb instantlyThe
The Tb father fell ttl to the ground grond uncon unconscious U unconsciotis A Aous ¬
scious ous but suffered 6fere only slightly slghty from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the electric eletric shock shockTWO shok shokTWO shockTWO
Amercnn American Eiiclncern Enalneerl Wife WJe and the theMechanic theJlechnnlc theMechanic
Mechanic Arc Arr VictimDieppe Victim VictimsDteppe lcUn lcUnDeppe
Dieppe Deppe June 3S 2LAn An accident acdent occurred occurredtoday oerred oerredtoay occurredtoday
today between betwen here and Paris to an anautomobile Rnautomobie anautomobile
automobile automobie in which were riding John JohnRyan JohnRan JohnRyan
Ryan described descrbed as an American engi engineer enginer engineer ¬
neer ner his bl wife wie and child chil and his wifes wifesmother wles wlesmoter wifesmother
mother moter Mrs lr Ryan and the mechanic mechanicwere mhanic mhanicWere mechanicwere
were killed kie The motherinlaw had hadboth hadboth hadboth
both arms broken The others were not notseriously nt ntsrios notseriously
seriously srios injured injuredROBBED Inj1o Inj1oROBBED injuredROBBED
Four Passengers Lose LoseValu LoseValuables Valu Valuables Valuables ¬
ables While bie Asleep AsleepMAT AsleepM AsleepMM
Army rmT OfllcernTronsers Officer Troutlerl Rifled Rifed of 180 180by lS0hT 1SOby
by Unknown Inlnon Thief Who ho Slashes SlnnhesBaggage Sl SlashesBnggnge 8hcI 8hcIDnJoJe
Baggage DnJoJe in Effort to Get at Valua Valuable YaIunble ValunhleaChiamles ¬
ble hleaChiamles Charles McDermott JcDermot Washing Washington Washington Vnhlngton ¬
ton Contractor Contrncto Also Alo Loses LOlel Money MoneyFour JloneTF01r MoneyFour
Four F01r pasasHgora pget oa O tho Pullman Pulm ear earBothnia et etDthnl earBothala
Bothnia Dthnl two of them tem being beg Washing Washlagtoalans Wahlg WahlgtDlns Washingtonians
toalans tDlns who Wh arrived arrlvo over the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennl Pennlvni Pennaylyeah ¬
vania vni yeah at a tJ oclock ocJk yesterday ytery morning morningwere mring mringWee morningwere
were Wee robbed roe during durig the te night while hle they Uteywere t theywere
were asleep Aslep Cash CS amounting Alntng to nearly nearlyM9 nery neryw needyO
M9 O was w taken take and u several Meal of the te gripe gripewere gripewere
were we cut ct open ope and an ruined ruin and the t con contents cn cntet contents ¬
tents tet carried crr away a The Te theft tb was W8 com committed c cmit cornmilled ¬
milled mit just ju before boe th t the train got gt to Wash Washington WhIntn Washington
ington ingtonOne Intn ingtonOne
One Oe of the t victims vUm of the th robbery ro1r was wasMaJ wuaJ wasMaj
MaJ aJ Charles Ch F Kieffer Kkter of the Medical MedicalCorps Mel MedicalCorps
Corps Cp of the tI United Calt States Se army ary MaJ MaJKlefer Ma3Kiefer
Klefer Kifer is i stationed sttned at the Washington WashingtonBarracks WashingtonBarracks ahngton ahngtonBrrck
Barracks Brrck Hie Hi hII trousers uu were wee taken tken to the thesmoking te tesmlg thesmoking
smoking room and rifled of between in inand 110and
smlg r A r
and al 130 I Another Antr loser 1e is I Charles Chle Mc McDermott MeDmott ¬
Dwmt Dermott the U contractor ettr who 0 lives lve at atB M MB S SB
B street srt northeast rt His H trousers tros wen wentaken weretaken
taken take also al to one oe end eo of the car cr to together t tgetr togather ¬
gather getr with wih his hi Oxford Oxfo grip grip His Hi loss losswas losewaa
was about 15 15William 15William
a abut 1
William WII Leis an a extra porter prter who whowas whowas
was asleep in i the th car cr also as leprt reported to tae taepafttt theIis
pafttt P that ut He 1e toad Ul test Ji8 JM 10 T S Mulligan Mulligana
a passenger pr had hA aa extra it 5seat e nt piece p in inMe Inhis
Me h pockets 1 when be he 1 went wet to t steep skep The Thethief Te TeUlf Thethief
thief Ulf showed s w no n discrimination drlmlntln and a tookMr took tookMr
Mr r Mulligans Ma1pns 5 cents cnts as willingly 11ngbo as he hehad hehd hehad
had hd extracted cxtrActe the U7 1170 179 from frm the trousers trousersof treers treersoC
of MaJ laj Kteffer KtefferThe K KietferThe ter terTh
The Th robbery robr was s discovered dl vee shortly shortlyafter shortO shortOafer shortlyafter
after afer the train trin arrived ar at the th Pennsylva Pennsylvania Pensylva Pensylvani ¬
ala ni station sttio It I was ws reported rprted to the th night nightstationmaster nightsttnmaster nightstationmaster
stationmaster sttnmaster who in turn tur Informed Informedthe informedthe
the th police plce of the th affair atur The porter claims claimsthat cams camstht claimsthat
that tht both bt end doors dos of the th car cr were werelocked werelocked Wereloked
locked loked while the car cr was wa in transit transitAll trst trstAl transitMI
All Al of the clothing clthig that tbt was rifled rIe was wastaken wastaken U Utak
taken tak to UK smokingroom smokingr ae 11 wore W9 the thegrips te tegp thegrips
grips gp Here H the thief tf apparently PPreU worked workedat
at his bi leisure leiure as a several sveraJ of the te satchelswere satchels satchelswere
were cut ct from one end en to t the t other with wit a asharp asp asharp
sharp sp knife knifeAn kfe kfeAn knifeAn
An open n knife was w found foun In the t park parknear pk pkJ parknear
near J the station sattn yesterday etln and it I is I be believed beloved ¬
loved Ye by b the th railroad rlrd authorities authortie that tt the therobber tberoer therobber
robber roer Jumped jump the te fence and ad made his hisgetaway hisgetwR hisgetaway
getaway getwR a few seconds Sions after atlr the car cr stop stopped stoppod ¬
pod d at thedepot thedepotThief thedepotThIef thedepotThief
Thief Overlooked Much MnchThat MuchThat nch nchTht
That Tht the thief overlooked oerlked hundreds hundres of ofdollars of ofdollars f fdls
dollars dls among amng the passengers pa ngrs In the Pull Pullman Pul Pullman ¬
is evidenced the Con Contractor Contrator Contractor
man mn elene by fact that tat ¬
tractor trator McDermott McDermtt himself hlmef had more morethan mre mrethn morethan
than thn IMS 200 in his bl waistcoat astcat which whih was s not notfound notfound
found foun In addition addiion he had hd a watch and andseveral andseveral
several other oer pieces pes of Jewelry jewer30 which whichwere wblh wblhwere whichwere
were untouched untouchedMaj untoue untouchedMaj
Maj taJ Kieffer also had several Sral hundred hundreddollars hundreddolar hundreddollars
dollars dolar in his waistcoat wAistcat which the robber robberdid robberdi robberdid
did di not get Ills 11 watch wRth a valuable one onewas onewas onewas
was also ao overlooked oerloked Several other oher pas passengers passengers passengers ¬
sengers also als reported reprt d to the police polce that thatthey thatth thatthey
they th had been fortunate fortunte and an had bd not lost losta losta
a penny pennyContractor p pennyContractor nn nnContractor
Contractor McDermott tcDermot and MaJ Kief Kieffer Kieffer Kieffer
fer boarded brded the Pullman Pullmn at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThe PhiladelphiaThe
The car cr wag W5 left here the th train going goingon
on west The Th conductor conuctor had gone orwith
with other Pullmans Pullman and the car cr was wa in incharge Inehre incharge
charge ehre of William Wiim Heneen Henen the colored coloredporter
porter at the time timeThe tme tmeThe timeThe
The robbery robbero was A reported reprte to Sergt SergI Car Carter CarIcr ¬
ter at detective detCthe headquarters at 6 oclock oclockyesterday
yesterday eterdl morning Detective Detetve Helan was wasassigned
assigned usned to the case and during the dajfour dR dRour
four our other otht > r men were put Pt at work ork to solvtthe
the mystery mysteryTOO mster msterTOO mysteryTOO
Quartet of Big Dg Ilnndn Jomh Within lhln Fire FireMinute FITelnuteH FiveMinutes
Minute lnuteH Cannes Trouble TroublePhiladelphia TroublePhildelphi TroublePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phildelphi June 23 2Four 23Four Four hands of offour orfour offour
four of a kind each produced prod lced within hin five fiveminutes 1heminutes fiveminutes
minutes In a poker pler game gme led l d to the arrest arrestof arrestof arrestof
of Henry Henr Burgess Burges a negro nego negro of Addison Addieonstreet Addlaonstreet Addisonstreet
street street near ner Seventeenth S enteenth street who bo was wasbefore wasbefore as asbefore
before a magistrate magstrnte yesterday esterda charged chargedwith chrged chrgedwih chargedwith
with wih conducting conductng a gambling gamblng house houseJames houseJames houseJames
James A Robinson a a very ver Intelligent Intelligentnegro Intelgent Intelgentnegro intelligentnegro
negro of Alter Aler street stret above Nineteenth Nineteenthwas Nineteenthwal
was wal the victim leUm of the exceptional poker pokerhands pokcrhands pokerhands
hands and caused cused the arrest arr t of Burgess BurgessThey BurgessTher BurgessThey
They flashed fuhed four hands of four of a akind akind akind
kind each on me within ithln five minutes minutessaid mlnulesfald minutessaid
said Burgess and then I put a fie flveshooter fieshooter fiveshooter
shooter on the table and told them that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the next man who turned up a four fourofaklnd fourofaklnd fourofakind
ofaklnd hand would get some five of a akind akind akind
kind kindThe kindThe kindThe
The alleged aleged gambling house was In Sev Seventeenth Seventeenth Seveoteonth ¬
enteenth street street near Lombard Lmbrd and Rob Robinson RobInson Robinson ¬
inson said aid that th t although he often ofen played playedpoker pllcd pllcdpker playedpoker
poker pker there he njever 1er won He said sad that thatdespite thatdespie thatdespite
despite despie his losses he thought the game gamewas gamewas gamewas
was on the level until unt the four big bighands bighands bighands
hands were produced so rapidly against againsthim aginst aginsthim againsthim
him himSpecial himSpecal himSpecial
Special Specal Policeman Polceman Marks who arrested arrestedBurgess arret arrestedBurgess d dBurgess
Burgess said that he found considerable considerablegambling coniderble coniderblegablng considerablegambling
gambling gablng paraphernalia parphernala In the alleged allegedgambling aleged alegedgmbling allegedgambling
gambling gmbling house and that tat Burgess had hadpreviously hadprelouslr hadpreviously
previously been arrested arcste upon a similar similarcharge simiar simiarchage similarcharge
charge chage The prisoner prioner was held in SOQ SOQbail 100ball
bail for trial trlll
81000 1000 Xingnra NlaJnrn Falls Fals Excursion Excurllon JnneSS JnneSSBaltimore June 28 28DnJ1more 28Baltimore
Baltimore DnJ1more and Ohio OhioSpecial OhioSpecial OhioSpecial
Special train trin standard coaches and par parlor parlor parbr ¬
lor cars leaving leavig Washington 745 a n m mrunning mrnning mrunning
running rnning via via Philadelphia Pblndelphla and picturesque picturesqueLehlgh picturesqueLehigh picturesqueLehigh
Lehigh Valley Vale Liberal stopovers return returning retur returnIng ¬
ing Tickets Tlck ts good ten days Attractive Attractiveside Atractve Atractveside Attractiveside
side trips from Niagara Falls FallsFlooring Fals FalsFlooring FallsFlooring
Flooring Very Ver Pretty Prety 200 0 per 100 10 ft f
Doughty Marshal Enforces EnforcesStates EnforcesStates EnforcesStates
States Blue Laws LawsCROWDS LawsCROVDS LawsCROWDS
Maor Mayor ayor Garretts Brother One of ofthe oftbe oftile
the Victims Victms Caught CaughtFour Caught CaughtFour CaughtFour
Four Taken Into Custody CUltotlT While WhileThirtynine WhileThiirtnine Vhle VhleTllrtnlne
Thirtynine Tllrtnlne Other OtherJ Are Notified XotiflcdThey Xotfed XotfedThe NotifiedThey
They The Will 11 Be Served with Uh War Warrants Warrants ar arroots ¬
rants Today TodaDrought Drought Prevails at atSoda at50a atSoda
Soda Fountains FountalnslddT Giddy Dip and andMerrygoround andJlcrrTgoroond andMerrygoround
Merrygoround Stilled StlIcd for Day DayWhen DOTWhen DayWhen
When Marshal Marl Collins CoUns had b fired fre real realbullets rea realbullets
bullets bulet at one Ol diplomat dpomat held hel up another anotherarrested anoter anoterarrete anotherarrested
arrested arrete scores sr of autotsts 8utost including Includingleder a aleader aleader
leader leder of or the Red Re Cross Crss and an others other of ofgreater otgreter ofgreater
greater greter or less le distinction distincti his colleague colleagueMayor colfagul colleagueMayor
Mayor Iaor Garrett Garett like lke a modern mern Alexander Alexanderwept Alexandcrwept Alexanderwept
wept because bause there were no more mre visible visibleworlds visibleworlds 1slbleworld
worlds to t conquer conquerThe cnur cnurTbe conquerThe
The Conduit Cuit road rd had been transformed transformedfrom transfore transformedfrom
from a hurricane burrlne of flying autos and anddashing anddAlblng anddashing
dashing dAlblng wheelmen wbeelmn into the tamest tmest kind kindof kindof kindof
of a cowpath cowpth Glen Gln Echo Ec was MS at peace peacethe peacethe peacethe
the international Interatl laws were ere relegated relegted to tothe tGthe tothe
the background bekgrn the sensation eeneUn of the th con conqueror conqueror on onqur ¬
queror qur was WI dying dyin in his hl magisterial magisterialbosom mglst magisterialbosom rlal rlalbm
bosom bm and al Mayor Iaor Garrett wept but butCollins butCoUn butCollins
Collins CoUn was WI undismayed undismayedHe unlme
He still stl hoped hp that tht his h name ne would wouldagain wouldagn wouldagain
again agn appear apr in great gret headlines hMdles and he heawaited heale heawaited
awaited ale his bi opportunity opPtunty It I came cm yes yesterday rpster yesterday ¬
terday ter and a with vth loving arms am he em embraced embree embraced ¬
braced bree it and al arrested arete four of the em employes employas m mpy ¬
ployes py at Glen Gea Bcho Rb cho Park at the same sametime se seUm seinetIme
time Um notifying n1lng thirtynine ttJne others ohes that thatthey thatthe thatthey
the they were ro under un the th closest et surveillance surveillanceof survlanC9f
of tIf f Glen Belies Bs law 1 and an that tat warrants warrantswouid wrrarAtswouid irrarts irrartswl
wouid wl be presented pente to them early erly this thismcrning thismcrnlng thlsmeriting
meriting mcrningMayors mcrnlngIoor meritingMayors
Mayors Ioor Brother a Victim VictimAmong VlctiniAmong leUm leUmAmog
Among Amog the t victims vleth grasped grap by b the te st stern sternarm rn rnrm r
arm rm of the tb rigorous rlgof Glen Gln Echo Ebo law lw was wasthe wasthe 3S 3St
the t brother brther of Mayor Iayr Garrett Garet the te Na National Xattl Natiotsal ¬
tional ttl Guard Gurd Band B the starter strter of the thestreet thetret thestreet
street tret ear company omI and the tb manager mnager of ofGlen ofGe ofGlen
Glen Ge Echoe Ehs theater theter not nt to speak s of wait waiters waItera alt alte ¬
ers e soda swater sodawater water boys bys woman ticket tiet sellers sellerstoudvotced sellrs sellrskT sellerslendyoked
toudvotced kT barkers lrke and a all al the pr prmeters pre premoe prcmeters <
meters moe employee empye and an hangerson bngeroon that thatlocked thatlke thatlooked
locked lke as though thouh they ty were connected connttd in inany Inaf inany
any af way with wih the park parkThe prk parkThe
The T charge chrge against I all al concerned colefed is the theviolation thevlti theviolation
violation vlti of the th Maryland Maryl blue bu law lawpassed lawp lawImseed
passed p in January Juu ISSS 1 and ao enforced enfore with withi withgtt withgreat
i great gtt rigidity rgiiy by Attorney Attorey Robert Robrt E EPeter EPete EPeter
Peter Pete of Rockville Rokvtl who wh used use its pro provisions po provisions ¬
visions 181 to close co up UI Cabin Cbn John Jon Bridge Bridgeon
on Sundays Suny and a to severely severy cripple the thebusiness thebu1e thebusiness
business bu1e at Chevy Cev Chase ChaseTh Cu CuThe ChaseThe
Th The law 1 says ES If I any an person prD or per persons plr plrs persees ¬
sons s shall do any ay act ct t of o Bodily U10 labor laborworks laborork laborworhi
works ork of charity orty retigi r rbI1Ieu gl a or r necessity necessityexept neCefIt necesityexeeedthey
eeeUi exeeedthey exept dth i stall I be arreetSI urt and fined finednot fnM fnMn finednot
not n tes J less than tlB 5 for the first aitenee aiteneeDescend o1enM o1enMDCRceirl eteneeDtsce
Descend DCRceirl Dtsce el on Park ParkAnd Pnrktbls ParkAnd
And this IE Ii the th law lW for or the th preservation preservationof prraton prratonor
of which wblh Marshal MAr81 Collins Colns and a Deputy DeputySheriff DeputySherlfC DeputySheriff
Sheriff Emery Emno descended deee on the amuse amusement amusent amusemeat ¬
meat nt park Prk in the t presence preece of thousands thousandsof thousnds thousndsof
of people pl yesterday YMtery They The stopped stoppedcarrousels stoppederrus stoppedearrouseis
carrousels errus and aD merrygorounds mrrgrnd caused a asudden asden a asudden
sudden sden drought drught at sodawater swster fountains fountainsprevented fountans fountanspreente fountainsprevented
prevented preente the te giddy gy dip and ad other oher breath breathtakers breth brethtkers breathtakers
takers tkers and cast et a large lrge and an visible vislbladamper visibledamper lslblodmpr
dmpr damper on the t tb ardor aror of the t barkers brker and andfruit andfruit nd ndfrit
fruit frit vendors vendorsAt vendorsAt eRrs
At 2 oclock oclk Glen Gl Echo Eho stood sto the queen queenof qUe queenof n nof
of Conduit Couit road roada citadel clte of pleasure pleasurewith plt pleasurewith > aurlO aurlOWih
with Wih flying lng flags 1gs and a streaming sremi pennants pennantsand pennant pennantan pennantsand
and an with 1tb the weird wan wheezes Wbz6 of the pipe plpaorgan plP pipeorgan
organ orgn drifting dritng over its It stone eton walls wals The Theband To Tobn Theband
band bn played p1 tunefully the th hoarse brse shouts shoutsof shout shoutsof
of the th promoters pmtes vied 1e with wih each ech other in inseductive Inseducte inseductive
the be beginning bpginning beginning
seductive seducte qualities quJU theater theter was ¬
ginning to fill fl the t currency curency was being beingtransferred beingtrnferre beingtransferred
transferred trnferre to the ticket tiket takers and andeverybody andeerbod andeverybody
everybody eerbod o was ws trying tr1ng to forget the heat heatAt heaLAt heatAt
At At 239 a oclock oclok it I was a changed cbnge spec spectacle spel spectackthe ¬
tacle tac tackthe the flags drooped drope the pipe ppe organ organrumbled organrumbed organrumbled
rumbled rumbed tremulously trmulusly and aD the barkers barkerswere bker barkerswere
were possessed pe of a deep silence silenceCollins slene sleneCollnl silenceCollins
Collins Collnl on the Scene SceneMarshal Scenelarsbl SceneMarshelColline
Marshal MarshelColline larsbl Collins Coln had bought bught a ticket tcket to tothe toth tothe
the th marvelous mrIoU mystifying mstCTng miraculous miraculousmazes miraculousmze mireculousmazes
mazes mze of What Wht Is It I and aD he had hadpinched hadpn hadpinched
pinched pn b6d S Brown the tht proprietor and andFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank Wclner Roscoe Roach Roc and WH WHlard Wi Witlard
lard Cowell Cowel the money mneO changers chnger The Thenews Thene Thenowa
news ne spread sprd like Jke wildfire wll r Women with withclinging wih wihclnging withclinging
clinging clnging shirt sirt waists lt and ad under uner dainty daintyparasols danty dantyProls daintyparasols
parasols Prols inquired Inuir timidly what the thetrouble thetrQube thetrouble
trouble trQube was wa and an looked loked furtively furtelO toward towardtheir towardtheir towardtheir
their escorts ect to t Inquire inuire whether whther they to too toohad toohad
had bd committed cmmite a crime crmi The pompous pompousproprietors pmpus pmpuspropretors pompousproprietors
proprietors propretors walked alked up with evident elrnt dig dignity digniy dignity ¬
nity niy and in throaty thrt tones tone explained explaine that thatit thatIt thatit
it was S preposterous prpsterou and an amusing amung little littlegirls ltle ltlegirl littlegirls
girls girl giggled giggle rough rugh boys b jostled jted and andshouted andshoute andshouted
shouted shoute but ut Marshal arshl Collins Coln kept a keen keeneye keene keeneye
eye e e on his prisoners prllmer and an summoned summonedMayor summonedayor summonedMayor
Mayor ayor Garrett GarrettThe Gartt GarrettThe
The chief official ofcal was WA in the town hall hallhidden hal hailhidden
hidden behind bhind several musty musto tomes of ofBlackstone otBlackstone ofBlackstono
Blackstone and he had given orders > rs that thathe thathe thathe
an gven ort
he must not nt be disturbed diturbe but bt the news newsof newsof newsof
of the ttp arrest of a a whole whle community communty sent sentthe sentthe sentthe
the law books to the corner crner and the thechunky thochunkO thechunky
chunky little 1Ue mayor m or went on a a dead dea rundown rundown run rundown
down the te rOad rOadCnptnro rad radCnpturtJ roadCaptures
Captures CnpturtJ Larry LrrJ Garrett GarrettIn Gnrreto GnrretoIn GarrettIn
In the meantime mentmo Collins Colns had seen Larry LarryGarrett Lar LarryGarrett
Garrett Garr tt the mayors brother broter turning turnig the themusic themusIc themusic
music off of and on at the merrygoround merrygoroundand mer ground
and in the midst of a a sprightly tune he hotook hetook hetook
took the young oung man into his keeping keping The Thoorgan Theorgan Theorgan
organ played playe on while whie his name was wa be being betag ¬
tag Ig taken and for a a long time tme after afer the thowhole thewhole thewhole
whole affair afalr was over but nobody noby car cnd cndfor cared caredfor d dfor
for there theroW3s was much to follow followAt folow folowAt followAt
At the arrival arrml of the mayor a hurried hurriedconsultation hurriedconsulaton hurriedconsultation
consultation was held herd and it was as de decided decide decided ¬
cided cide that every one violating the the law lawmust lawmust lawmust
must be notified notife of his arrest and ad be beprepared beprepred beprepared
prepared prepred to receive a warrant this morn morning mor morning ¬
ingThe The plan was carried crried out and ad the fol following following foilowing ¬
lowing persons were notified notfed and ad hnd their theirnames theirnames theirnames
names placed on the famous Glen Gen Echo Echoblotter Echoblotter Echoblotter
blotter alongside alongide those of diplomats and anddignitaries anddignitares anddignitaries
dignitaries dignitares George F Howard manager managerof maager maagerof
of the theater who was Wa in the midst of ofa otn ofa
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