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1 2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY JUNE 24 190 1907 I
THREE DIE IK WATER IATEOne WATER011e ATE ATEOne
One Is Attacked by Crampi CrampiWhile Cla1nlJSWhile CrainpWhile
While in Bathing BatliingANOTHEK BathingANOTHER BathingANOTHER
ANOTHER FALLS FROM WHARF WHARThird WHARFTltirtl WHABThird
Third Victim lcUm In Colored Boy Win WinGoes Wlic60c3 ho hoGOC3
Goes Overboard OYerb n ll from IMcr PIcrOwcnll PIcrOwcnllDodT PIcrOwen PIcrOwenHoily Owenn OwennBody
Body Not ot Recovered from Enstcr EnstcrnBritnch En8terBranch EnstcrBrnnch
Branch Back of the Reformatory ReformatoryRichard Ucformntor UcformntorRlchnrtl RcformntoryRlchitrtl
Richard Page Afileep IIleep Tumbles In InThree InThree InThree
Three people wet were drowned in the vi virinity vlinity 1 1inity
inity of o Washington Wa n yesterday y one o ohrm ehfm ol olhem
hem while in bathing MU this being the flrs flrsfatality rat ratata1ity ri riatality
fatality reported among NIIOn swimmers tM tMseason tJais tMseason
5 season QSn Two o of them wen white Ita mwth men mentho mtfttht
tho th other was a colored boy bo of o Alexan Alullltjrla A1eeRiria Alexandria ¬
dria jrlaRiChard iriaRihard
driaRichard
Richard Owens twentyfour living ng in inBaltimore InBalimore IcBa1imore
Baltimore street between Twentieth and andTwentyfifth andTWfntfifth anilTwcntyfifth
Twentyfifth streets Langdon La n D C c losthis lost Joslbis locihs
his life during the tb afternoon white w in inbathing Inbathing Icbathing
bathing near the new railroad bridge in inthe Inthe hithe
the Eastern Branch back of the Reform ReformSchool ReCormSdloal Reformcho1
School in B1adelUlbu Bladensburg road Owens body bodyhad bod bodhad bodyhad
had not been recovered last aet night nightIn nlrhtIn nightIn
In company with 101 several companions companionsOwens COtnp compenloneOwns nlonti nlontiOWfns
Owens went to the stream shortly sbortt after afternonn afterfloon afternun
nun to spend part of the day in the thewater thewatr th thwater
water He was a fair swimmer and had hadbeen hadbftn hadbn
been in the water Ater some time before the theamident thearrdfnt theaedent
amident occurred occurredCramps occurndCramp occurredCrinnps
Cramps AttncU Owens OwensHe OwcnJlHe OwensHe
He was out pome me distance dIIIt when WMa it K Kbeloved HbPiIM Iib1ivd
beloved he was ai attacked with cramp crampHe cramp crampHe erampeHe
He made a faint outcry to his comrades COImIIdeItut comradesbut comradesbut
but before any an one s reached r yp ypman eMcl the drowning drowningman drownlll1nan <
man the th body disappeared and tM notcome not notcome tOtcome
come to the surface again againThe qalnThe againThe
The police of the Ninth Inth precinct were wereinlifted wCrCritfI W re rentifiM
inlifted ritfI d and later the tug tu Vigilant of ofth ofthe 01the
th the harbor station was dispatched to the thep thefefne thene
p fefne ene ne Members of the crew ttfo took k the theb tlHlbt thebnat
b bt bnat > nt t as near as possible to the place p1cc the thebr thebdy thebd
br bdy bd > dr went down and made every en ende enol eniE
ol de iE I vor or to locate it It There ThT Is quit quite a cur currrit currrnt currnt
rrit nar P3r where Owens O went down and andit aMit hd hdLt
it is S believed 1Ifve4 the body was carried rrled far farther fartL fart ¬
ther tL t along the stream The search will willl 111 111to
l to < f nntinued today todayWhile todayWhile todayWhile
While fishing off oil the Arsenal wharf wharfRichard wbartRwharc wharfRhar1
Richard pae aged nineteen living at 41iHfltfl 411 411H 4UHmtoon
H Hmtoon mtoon court southwest went w nt to t sleep sleepM S eleepfJ Pl
M 1 into the water wat and was wa drownen drownenearlv 4rfWnMfnrh drewnel drewnelr1
earlv r1 yesterday morning motDln Two other boys boysH bosH boysH
H L Chrk 40B 4 0 street southwest and andWindsor andnJllr andVinsr
Windsor nJllr Taylor of Huntoon court were werewita w werewth r rwith
with Page at the time and gave the thealarm thealarm thei1arrn
alarm The trio the police say had been beendrinking beendrinking beendrinking
drinking
Paces pn cs Body Jot1r Recovered RecoveredIuring RecocrCtlnl1ring Recovcrc1trririg
Iuring the day Pages pqe body was re rernvpred re rernwrpd recrered
rnvpred It was picked up by Paul Vn Vndrwood Cndrwood Indrwood
drwood 33 McLean avenue southwest southwestand touthtand outhweatand
and Charles Gross Groea of Clarks court south southwest southWfit southwct ¬
west The body was taken to the morgueLatr morgue morgueLat morgueLatpr
Lat Latpr r it was removed to the Page home homeMembers home1lmber8 homeLembrz
Members of the crew of the tug t Vigi Vigilant Vigilant I Ilant ¬
lant went to Alexandria last night upon uponthe uponth uponth
the th request of the authorities to make makean mak makan makean
an endeavor to locate the body of Charles CharlerJackcn CharlesJackson CharlesJak
Jackson Jak n colored who was drowned near nearSnoots nerSmoots nearrno4t
Snoots rno4t s acid wharf early in the evening eveningJackson eveningJackson eveningJacksons
Jackson s body bod was wa found last night nightELECTRIC nlhtELECTRIC nightELECTRIO
ELECTRIC CABS IN COLLISIONSmashup COLLISION COLLISIONSmatiliup COLLISIONSmnllbup
Smashup on the Alexandria Aexn drIa Road RoadRunning RontlDrfllNes ROndIJruINee
DrfllNes PftlNcngcrll PftlNcngcrllRunning PascngerRunning
Running fast toward Washington to toput toft topt
put up for the night what js j known know t tth as asth asthe
th the turningn tram on the Washington WashingtonAUxandria WublngtoA1fxandrla WaehegtogcAfxandrla
AUxandria and Moent Vermm o Blestrto BlestrtoRailway ElMtrloRailwlY Xie trlc trlcRailway
Railway crashed into the rear of a pas passenger palspnglr peasngr ¬
senger train on the same road at Four FourMile FourMile FourMJle
Mile Run half way to the Capital about
1130 113 last night No o one was killed but butin bu buin bun
in n the panic that followed the collision lon a anumber anumber anumber
number of the occupants of the pas pasBfngir pssfong paczngr
Bfngir sfong r train jumped through the windows windowsand windowsand windowsand
and were cut and bruised as the result resultof rMultof resultof
of their fall The list of those who auf suffered aufferpd setferd ¬
fered hurts was not divulged cllTUt by the com company comIan cornjany ¬
pany Ian last night but it is known that thatamong thatcnong thatanong
among the injured was a woman who whojam who1m1 whounid
jam 1m1 HI through thrueht R window windowTiie windowT windowTue
Tiie T 1e passenger pe r train which was in incharge Inharge InC
harge C of Motorman otormn Welch and Con Conductor Conilctor Con1uctor ¬
ductor Amos was Just ready read to leave leavethe leavethe leavethe
the station at Four Mile Run when the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following train struck It It The names of ofthe oCthe ofthp
the motorman and conductor on the turn turnIngIn turnIngin
IngIn train could not be learned fromthe from fromthe fromth
the company but it is known that they theyas theyas theyas
as well as Welch and Amos are new newmen newmrn newmen
men who have been employed since the thebeginning theb thebginning
beginning b ginning of the trouble b4tween the thecompany tbempany theempany
company mpany and the men who were dill dlichgd discharged dillCJItgM ¬
charged for attempting < to form a local localunion localUnlm localtnn
union in Alexandria It is claimed that it itwas itwas Itwas
was because they were new men the theaccident theal theaccident
al accident d nt occurred It is stated also that thatthe thAtthe thatthe
the crew of the turnlngm train onlx onlxwpnt onllwlnt onlXwent
went to work yesterday yesterdayThe yeeterdyThe yesterdayThe
The rear ar car of the passenger pu train was wasbadly wasba wasbadly
badly ba ly caved in and the iron work on the thefront tIMfront thefront
front platform was twisted out of shape shapeNotwithstanding shapetwithlrtandlng shapeNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding twithlrtandlng this fact set the car was wasused wasu5d U Uu
used u d to make thecegular trip from Wash Washington WashAngton 8h 8hngton ¬
ington to Alexandria at 1150 U last night nightThe nlgbtThe nightThe
The smashup resulted In a blockade of oftraffic ottramc oftraffic
traffic for about half an hour hourGOTHAIrl hourGOTJAI hourGOTHAM
GOTHAIrl GAS LAW IN DANGER DANGEECompany DANGERComlmnT BANGERCompany
Company Admits Violation of Statute Statuteas
as It Aoiv 01V Stands StandsNew StnndsNew StandsNew
New York June O The report report of Spa Special 3peIal Spacial ¬
cial Ial Master Arthur H Hasten aaten who was wasappointed wasappolnt wasappointed
appolnt appointed d by Judge Lacombe to take the thetestimony theteatfmlny theteatiinny
testimony in the action brought by the theConsolidated theJnsol1dated theonolIdated
Consolidated Gas Company to upset theSOcent the theSOcent tbeOcent
SOcent gas law 1 as a unconstitutional was wasfiled wasfiIld wasflied
filed on Saturday afternoon after office officehours officehours officehours
hours with Commissioner Shields the theclerk thedfrk theclerk
clerk of the United States Stte Circuit Court Courtand Courtand Courtand
and it will not be marked as filed led untiltomorrow until unUltomorrow untiltornorrow
tomorrow The accompanying testimony testimonywhich tHtimonrwhkh testimonywhlch
which with the exhibits flue fourteen fourteenvolumes rourteenYolumes fourteenYlumez
volumes was also filed with the clerk clerkThe clerkThe clerkThe
The suit involves the validity of thegas the thegas thegas
gas company franchisee franch as well as the themaximum tilemaximum themaxImum
maximum pressure law There Is I a pen penalty penaIt penalty ¬
alty aIt of 1000 1 for each ch violation of this thisclause thisclnue thisCinuSe
clause of the law 1 but the th company companymakes companymak companymakes
makes mak no bones about admitting that the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law is not obeyed because It would be beimpossible 1Mimpossli beinpossihle
impossible > 1e to obey it and furbish gas gasSANTA gasSANTA gasSANTA
SANTA FE DEFENDS ACTSShows ACTS ACTSShovr ACTSSho11
Shows Why by Jloncy Ionc loey In Given to Lo Locate Locatc Locute ¬
cute Blf DI Industrie IndustrieChicago IntlulltrleChicago IniliistriesChicago
Chicago June 23 nOftlclals Officials of the Santt SanttFf Sant SantF SanUlFf
F Ff > Railroad Company have presented pre ented to toTnitod toTntfd toVntpd
Tnitod State District Attorney Simms Simmsa
a complete report of all the work done by bythat bythat bythat
that company in the Industrial I ncltHlt rtal line for forthe forthe forthe
the last three threee81B years The statement was wasgiven wasghen wasgiven
given for the purpose of showing the gov government govrnment govcrnment ¬
ernment officers what that road had done doneund donevn doneund
vn und is doing doin to foster the location of in industries Indlsfris Injqctriea ¬
dustries along alo its It lines and In building up upunproductive uptonproductle upnprcductlve
unproductive territory territoryTh terTltoryTho
Th T Tho 1 report it is I hoped will have some someeffot somee someeft
effot e > t on the threatened indictments indictmentsagninst indictmentsapinlt Indictmentsagainst
against the Santa Fe for giving the theT thoTnited theFatted
T Fatted nited States Sugar and Land Company Companya Comp8na
a bonus of JKCQO a em t locate a 1000000 S1oooooobNt 1000000boet 1000000beet
beet sugar plant at Garden City kahs kahsThe Kans KansThe 1aflsThe
The report which the tb Santa Fe people peoplegave peoplegae peoplegave
gave to the district attorney shows that thatduring thatdl1ring thatduring
during the year ended December 31 1906 1906the 1 1thl 1900the
the company Iota located Iff 1 new industries industriesunder Industriesunder industriesunder
under the management JlJftM menaement < eblent of Wesley esle Merritt Merrittand lerrlttand Merrittand
and the irdnstrlal Irif trlal coramtesioti of the theSanta tbeSanta theSanta
Santa Fe pp tpnt nt JISXXOOO 1 ° 0fl000 and employs employsL000
65000 men and wma
WIL WILL L BE SEEN AT THE CONVENTION OF PHOTOENGRAVERS TO TODAY DAY
I
PLAY iY WAITING GAME GAMEAdmi G GA GAAd1llillistration HE HEAhuillistratioll
Ahuillistratioll Admi n is tration Pol Po1iticiaii Po1iticiaiiAre i tici allS ansAre allSAre
Are in No Hurry HurryTHINK HurryTHINK hurryTHINK
THINK TAFT TAF WILL GAIN GAINntionul GAINXntlnnnl GAThSniloniti
ntionul Committee io Meet Ieet When WhenSecretary sIienSecretary hen henSccrctor
Secretary Sccrctor Return from the Philip Philippines IJhlllp1lnellOlaIonn PhilippineaOltionas ¬
pines 1lnellOlaIonn Olilonn Friends Will 111 Fight Fightto PIJhtto Fightto
to Keep Harry I1nrr Xciv e ew in Office omeennt omeenntCon1cmtloll OmceWnitiConsention Want WantConvention
Convention in Friendly FrlentH Territory TerritoryThe TerritoryThe TerritoryTe
The administration forces are a playing playinia
a waiting aIUng game of Presidential P k1entlal politics politicsThe poUttcsThf politicsThe
The activity of candidates who do no nowear not notwear notwear
wear the Roosevelt trademark does d not notalarm notalarm notalarm
alarm the politicians who are near to tothe tothe tothe
the President Least of all does it die dieturb tH8turb d dturb
turb the Taft boomers It is known that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the administration managers have de decided de decided d dokied ¬
cided that they will not begin playing playingpolitics playingpolitics pleyluspolitics
politics until the fall Unless there is a achange achuge achange
change in the programme programme they will then thenplay tlMaplay theeplay
play Taft politics politicsThe poUtJesThe politicsThe
The Secretary Secretar of War may be back in intime Intime intime
time to see the first general charge char e or ordered ordered ortired ¬
dered on the enemys fortifications He Hewill Hewill
will 111 be beck in Washington from the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines in time for the meeting of ofthe ofthe 01the
the Republican National Committee in inDecember InDeeember InDecember
December which will 111 be the preliminary preliminaryskirmish preliminaryskirmish preliminarytklrmlsh
skirmish for 1906 1906Hie 19O1Hie 190 190His
Hie friends say he will return with the theadditional theAdditional theadditional
additional prestige of having personally personallydirected perionaIldlracted perionallylireeted
directed the first efforts at selfgovernmeat selfgovern selfgovernment soltgoernIMnt ¬
meat in the Philippines and it is by no nomeans nomeans nomeans
means certain that he may not play an animportant AnImportant anImportant
important part in diplomatic negotiations negotiationswith negotiationSwith negotiationswith
with Japan JapanThe Japanthe JapanThe
The elections for members of the Philip Philippines PhlUpplne Philippines ¬
pines legislature will take piaot pi pies in the thsautumn theautumn theautumn
autumn and Secretary S4icrr Taft wltt 111 be haant pres present prM prMent ¬
ent
May In Oust Harry Uorr New XerrThe NewThe ew ewThe
The meeting of the national committee committeeIn
In December D emter will be important in more moreways moreways moreways
ways than one in its bearing b rlng upon the thestruggle UntstrulHle thestruggle
struggle for the Republican nomination nominationIt
It is likely that an attempt wilt 111 be made madeby madeb madeby
b by the antiRoosevelt forces to capture capturetile capturethe capturethe
the committee organization oust the act actIng actIng actlag
Ing chairman Harry S New Ne and eloet eloetSenator el eleatsenator 4t 4tSenator
Senator Nathan B B Scott of West Vir Virginia Virginla Ir Irglola ¬
ginia or some other supposed ed antiad antiadministration AntilIdministration antiadministration ¬
ministration man An attempt was made madeby madeby madeb
by b the Fairbanks managers to unhorse unhorseNew unhorseNe unhorseew
Ne New ew some months ago and place Scottin Scott Scottin ScottIn
in the saddle It failed however howeverA
A petition was circulated by b Senator SenatorHeybtirn SenatorHbUrn SenatorEleybllrn
Heybtirn of Idaho a pronounced ant antlRoosavelt antRoosevelt antIRoosevelt
Roosevelt man calling a meeting of the thecommittee thecommittee therommittee
committee Senators Heyburn and Scottand Scott Scottand Scottand
and and one other member of the national nationalcommittee nationalcommittee nationalsommittee
committee signed it It The purpose M was to toelect toelect toclect
elect Senator Scott chairman of the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee The failure to secure enough enoughsignatures enougbalgnaturefJ enoughignatUre
signatures discouraged dlSC urAg d Senator Heyburn Heyburnsnd Heburnand Heyburnend
and after a conference between VIM VieePresident VIMPresident ViesPresident
President Fairbanks Scott and Heyburn Heyburnthe Heburnthe HeyburnLhe
the petition was retired from circulation circulationWarns circulationorns circulationWurns
Warns orns Administration AdministrationThis AdmlnIlltrntionThis AdministrationThis
This incident served rved the purpose of put putting putting putting ¬
ting the Roosevelt managers on their theirguard theirguam theiruard
guard uard and attention has since lnce been dl dirented dlr dlredted
rented r ted to the work of lining up the na natlonal national national
tional committee John G Capers th thSouth the theSOUth theSmith
South Carolina member who ho has bee beecooperating been beencooperating beentooperating
cooperating with the antiadministratIon antiadmlnlstratloiparty antiadministratIonpartr antiadministratIonparty
party was 11s brought into line with th thtemporary the thetemporar thetemporary
temporary appointment as Commissioner Commteelonoof Comm onor onorof
of f Internal Revenue R enue Pearl Wight o oLouisiana of ofLoulllane ohIouieiana
Louisiana will succeed s ceed Capers in De December December Decamber
cember cemberIf cemberIt camberIf
If the Roosevelt ROOHf > lt managers dominate domlnatthe dominatethe dominatelbs
the committee New c will be continued a achairman as aschairman aschaIrman
chairman and the th convention will 111 be lo located located losated ¬
cated in a city where antiRoosevelt sen sentiment sentiment sentiment ¬
timent will ill not be demonstrative In the thepress thepreB thepram
press and among tho holders of conven convention converttion convenUon ¬
tion tickets It will also mean that the thetemporary thetemporary thetemporary
temporary organization an important importantmatter Importantmatter Importantmatter
matter will bo effected etrect d by the Frost Presidents Prefldents Frostlents ¬
dents friends This carries with it the theright therIght theright
right to make the keynote speech and isImportant is isimportant IsImporta
important Importa t in other respects respectsComplaints re respectsComplaints pec pecConaplnlntl
Complaints In the Pant PantThere PnlltThere FastThere
There have been complaints in the past pastthat pastthat pestthat
that Republican conventions have been beenhandicapped beenbandle8pped beenhandicapped
handicapped in their work Ork by the atti attitude attitude attitude ¬
tude of o the local press s and by b local po political political palitleal ¬
litical sentiment In the convention of ofIMS otlB
IMS the friends of Gen Benjamin Harri Harrison Harron Harrlmn ¬
son were so Irritated over tho proreshem pro proGresham proGreshm
Gresham tone of tho Chicago Chlft o press that thatGen thatn thatGen
Gen n John C New the Harrison man manager manager maniger ¬
ager printed special editions of the In Indianapolis Indianapolis Inlisnapohls ¬
dianapolis Journal and rushed them th to toChicago toChle teChicago
Chicago Chle go on t special s lal train in order as ashe ashe ashe
he maintained that his candidate might mighthave mightMye mighthave
have a fair hearing through the press pressThe pressThe pressThe
The Presidents pr sldents friends are determined determinedto
to guard ard against locating the convention conventionin
in a hostile community eommunityThe communityThe Ommunlt OmmunltThe
The national committee has much to do dowith dowith dowith
with credentials er dentlals in the makeup of the thepreliminary thepreUmlnar thepreliminary
preliminary lists of delegates In many manyways manyway manyways
ways it will have an Important bearing bearingon
on the result It may ma be said that theDnIy the theonly theonly
only important work being done by b1 the theadministration tbeadmlnlstraU theedminlstration
administration < hi managers Just now relat relating relatIng rolatlug ¬
ing to the convention of lOGS affects the thecontrol theMntrol theontrol
control of the national committee and andthe andthe andhe
the he managers would not be surprised if ifhristian
I C Christian ChristianXtnders hristian 57 Xnders XandersST Standards Standardse
e of Clarets Chu include d dI
4 Virginia Clarets ClaretiTheyre ClaretsTheyre ClaretsTheyre
I Theyre rinous Tinou dilatable and andSfc andecoDOmkalGl1ll aMecoseakalowat
ecoDOmkalGl1ll lCee1sI lCee1s vessiigc
Sfc k He Sc c 30e Ito I c qt qtQuality qtOwalit qt qtQaslity
I Quality nnn 909 7x1 1th ssi St ci Tbeas M 35Heist si siIleus
Heist Hue yuy U7 I in ii l NO branch iouia
several camlkfetas Jollied their forces orwa in inan InAn Isan
an attempt attlm t to wrest control of the acm eotnmittae eGmmlttll acmmtttv
mittae from rein Ute PrnMent believing that lhatin thatIn Thaiin
in so doing they would be crippling crillpli Tftfts Tftftscbaiwes TAftschAlICes Tafttcheeses
chAlICes chAlICesPr
President Pr ItJent Sure Sir of Taft TaftPresident TaftPrtllIMRt TaftPrwldest
President Roosevelts latest private ut utterances uttennees uttersatcel ¬
terances before bero be left Washington all allIndicated anhMileated allIndicated
Indicated that he still tlil desired re4 that Secre Secretary Sec Sectar Seer Seertry ¬
tar Taft be nominated and was confi confident eonfldent contldent ¬
dent that the latter wo would M win He Inti Intimated IUmated latImated ¬
mated that the administration forces forceswould foroeMwoultt foreeswoeM
would hardly get t busy before autumn autumnbut autamnbut eutuennbut
but that something so thln would be doing doingfore be before before ¬
fore the Wves leaves began to fall fallQen taUOen failOen
Oen Jam Ja James S Clarkson who may play playan pia piaAn playan
an important part for the administration administrationparticularly acbnlnlltraUOnparticularlr admInIstrationparticularly
particularly in tU In South outh was U her he hers Ht Htweek lastweek t tweek
week in conference with Secretary Cartel Cieiyou Cartelyou t1e1you
you lIe expressed the opinion Uaeed Uaeedupon IjaMtlupon hee1upon
upon a long political experience that the theearly heearl theearly
earl early boom generally died abontln abontlnand ahondaand
and 1 obeerved that next year would oul4 be beearly h4early heearly
early enough to begin work workBAYAUD workBAYARD workBAYARD
BAYARD WYMAN CHOSEN CHOSENMichigan CHOSENl1chlfnn CHOSENhIc1iignn
Michigan Man Inn to DC Superintendent Superintendentof
of Iaatollloc Appointments AppointmentsBayard AppolntnlclltJlBayard AppolntniczitBayercl
Bayard Wyman of Michigan has beer beerselected bMnse1ect beerselecttI
selected to nil the o oUlce ce of superinten superintendent superlntendeDt supertnteeadent ¬
dent of postmasters appointments appointmentsplace i iplace a aplace
place created eree b5 by Congress Con rea at the last Jaalsession lastaeielon t tIon
session Ion and paying a salary of ISOW ISOWyear J080year s syear
year The new officer will 111 have bar jurisdic jurisdiction jurl8dlctlon jerladicdon ¬
don over work that was formerly as assigned aetsned assigned >
signed to tbree divisions namely the di divisions divisions dlvisions ¬
visions of appointments bonds bon and cor correspondence C cccrespondence r rrespondence ¬
respondence respondenceMr
Mr 11 Wyman was named for the office officeby Ieeby olSeeby
by First Assistant Postmaster Genera GeneraHitflhcock OefteralHltebcock OOneraHitehcock
Hitflhcock He l I a graduate of the Unl Unlverelty UBIverfllt LnIversity
verelty verfllt of Michigan Ichtaan and of the George QeorgiWashington OeOrpWashington GeorgeWashington
Washington University Cnte 1tr of this thl city H Hte He
te 1 a lawyer He has been in the govern government lovernment government ¬
ment service several years yearsFREED yearsFREED yearsFREED
FREED MUST BE TRIED AGAIN AGAINwo AGAINTwo AGAffiTwo
Two wo Men Acquitted of Murder Are AreCharged AreCh AreCharged
Charged Ch rged with Robbery BobberyTurned RobberyTurnetl RobberyTurned
Turned Loose First Time Heonnne HeonnneTlilnl IJecuulletlThlrl lleonuseThisril
tlThlrl Tlilnl Decree Dc ree of Iolloe Pro Produced Producetl Produced ¬
duced Coiifcaalon CoiifcaalonCharles COllfCSlllollChar ConfessionCharles
Charles Char Evans vane and Harry OCoaneli OCoaneliwho OCoaMUwho OConnellwho
who escaped ped conviction on a charge of ofmurder ofmurder 01murder
murder about two months age because of ofthe Ofthe atthe
the attempt to introduce as evidence a awritten awritten awritten
written confession which had been ob obtained obtained obtamed ¬
tained from them by the application of ofthe ofthe atthe
the socalled 8Ocal third degree by bytJM the police policewill politewIU polleewill
will b be placed on trial some 80 time this thisweek tbtfweek thisweak
week on an indictment charging them themwith themwith themwith
with highway robbery robberyOn robberYOn robberyOn
On the night of February 1 1MI 1 Martin MartinHaltoran larUnHalloran artin artinHalloran
Halloran was found unconscious at atcorner tse tsecorner t tcorner
corner of 0 Ohio avenue and Thirteenth Thirteenthstreet Tblrtnthstreet Thirteenthstreet
street He was al taken to the Emergency EmergencyHospital EmerliIIICHopiW EmergencyHoepital
Hospital where It was wa found that his hieskull hisaltull hisskull
skull had been fractured He died 1041 threecays three threedays threedas
days later The police suspected Bvane Bvaneand Rnnsand Emneand
and OConnelt as a the perpetrators of the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime because they had been seen n In the theneighborhood theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood where here Halloran was found foundThey foundTher foundThey
They were arrested While in custody custodyboth tUlltod1both custodyboth
both men It was alleged made a written writtenconfession writtenconre writtenconfession
confession conre lon signed i < ned by both in which hlehtheY whichtheyadmitted hlehtheYadmitted they theyadmitted
admitted assaulting aeMulUn the man who was waspartly wuparU3 waspartly
partly under the Influence of liquor for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of robbery The only booty bootythey bootythe bootythey
they the secured however consisted of a alone alone alone
lone pair of shoes which they took from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the unconscious man man and they u uao lso fJ r rIteved re relIeed ye yelieved
Iteved him of his hat The shoes wer werfound were werefound werefound
found in the possession poese slon of one of the men menwhen m mwhen messwhen
when arrested They constituted the only onlyevidence onleldence onlyevidence
evidence by whleh the police connected connectedthe eonuetedthe connectedthe
the men with with the assault Whet subjected sub BUbJected subeeted ¬
jected eeted to the potentialities of the third thirddegree thlrddegree thirddegree
degree however Evans and OConnell OConnellcontested OConnellconfesHd OConnellconfeeid
contested contestedWhen confesHdWhen confeeidW1en
When placed on trial upon motion of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their counsel couns Attorney Taylor Justice JusticeBarnard JusticeBArnanl JusticeBernard
Bernard ruled out the confession on the tbeground tlaeground theground
ground that it had been obtained o talned under underduress underduress underduress
duress He II directed the jury to acquit acquitthe acquitthe acquitthe
the men on the ground that the govern government gonrnmerit governmerit ¬
merit had not produced sufficient evidence evidenceto
to connect the men with the killing It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was alleged that Halloran had been beenstruck Henstruck beenstruck
struck on the head with a billet of wood woodproducing woodproducing woodproducing
producing a a fracture of the skull skullAt skullAt skullAt
At the time the grand jury indicted the themen theman themen
men for murder it also returned an in indictment Indictment indietment ¬
dictment charging them with 1tb highwayrobbery highway highwayrobbery hIghwayrob
robbery rob r and it is 1 upon this that the men menwill menwill amawill
will have to stanh stanll trial probably on onWednesday onYednesday onWednesday
Wednesday WednesdayENDS WednesdayENDS YednesdayENDS
ENDS LIFE BY HARA KIRI KLEIHavana KIRIHn1nnn KIRIhlavnnzs
Havana Merchant Tries to Sew Up UpWound UpoUntl lipWound
Wound oUntl lint Effort Fails FailsHavana Foil FoilHavana FallsHavana
Havana June 231t 23 It has been establishesi estab established established ¬
lished that William Alexander of the thehardware thehardware thehardware
hardware firm of Knight Wall who whcwas whowas whowas
was found dead in his room yesterday yesterdaycommitted yesterdayrommitted e tcrdRY tcrdRYcommitted
committed suicide although the motive motivefor moUefor motivefor
for his act Is not known Medical works workswere workgwere workswere
were by his bedside and It Is thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that he studied anatomy anatom before he killed killedhimself killedhimself killedhimself
himself Why he cut open his abdomen abdomenand abdomenand abdomentnd
and then attempted to sew up the wound woundcannot woundcannot woundannot
cannot be explained unless it was because becausehe becauseh becausehelost
he h helost lost his nerve after the act actBody ct ctBody t tDOtly
Body of Lost Balloonist Found FoundLondon FoundLondon FoundLondon
London June 32 AThe The assumption that thatLieuts thatLleuts thatLIeuts
Lieuts Caulfield and Leake of tho Royal RoyalEngineers Ro1Engineers RoyalEngineers
Engineers who made a balloon ascension ascensionfrom ascensionfrom ascensionfrom
from Aldershot on May fay W and were not notafterward notafterward notsfterward
afterward heard of but were drowned drownedIs
Is verified by the finding of Lieut Caul Gaulbids Caulfields Caulfields
fields body bed oft Wyke Regis RegisFire RegisFlrc RegisFire
Fire Sweeps Attica tHen N Y YBuffalo YBuffalo VBuffalo
Buffalo June K aFire Fire broke out at 3 3oclock 3odock 3clock
oclock clock this morning in the town of ofAttica oCAttica ofAttica
Attica and raged until 7 oclock The Thefire Thefir TheIre
fire fir was confined to the block of buildings buildingsIn
In Which whl h It broke out The loss l ss is about abo aboUtiio000 t t1iOOOO
150000 There was U no loss of life Half Halfthe Haltthe Halfthe
the business section ti n was w rat S wiped out out outf
f
OPEN SESSION TODAY TODAYPhotoengravers TODAYPhotoengravers TODAYPhotoeiiravcis
Photoengravers Here for ibiAnnual forAnllual foiAnimal
Annual Convention ConventionMANY C011VOlltioll1rANY CoiivoiitioiiMANY
MANY TOPICS TO CONSIDER CONSIDERHlcctiou CONSIDERBJection CONSIDERIllection
Hlcctiou of Officers Will 111 Be Held HeldTomorrow Heldlomorrow heldTomorrow
Tomorrow Joint Unncinct Ar Arranged Arrangetl Arrnngeil ¬
ranged with National Htcctro Bleetrotperll illectrotpcra Htcctrotypcru
typcru AHSoelatlon AlllloclntionDelcntc8 DeloKntes Will AVI11Co WillGo Ul UlGo
Go from This City CIt to Jamestown JamestownThe Jalllc3to1vnTIM JamestownTb
The Tb eleventh annual convention i nenUon of the theInternational theInternational theInternational
International Association of Photoen Photoengravers Photengraverl PhotOengrevers ¬
gravers will convene at Rauschers at atoclock I Ioclock Ioclock
oclock this morning continuing until untilTuesday unUITut untilTuesday
Tuesday Tut evening the delegates delegat departing departingon d rtlng rtlngon
on the following da da for the Jamestown JamestownExposition JameatowaJbpo JamestownExposition
Jbpo Exposition lUon Photographic art and its re recent re recent recent ¬
cent developments will b be discwwed d in indetail Indetail indetail
detail by the seventyfive members who whoart whoart whoare
art expected to be in attendance attendanceAt attencJanceAt
At the business Dual session this tb morning L LB L LB I IIi
B B Folsom president of the association associationwill a odaUOnwin USOC1tIOnwill
will deliver an address outlining the re recent re rent recent ¬
cent nt work of the association and the thesubjects tb tbsubj thesubjects
subjects subj < ts to be considered followed by b the thesubmission thenbmlMlon thevbmieslon
submission of the t e reports of the Mere secretary Meretary seertan ¬
tary tan H C C Stiles of the Maurice Joyce JoyceEngraving JoycEn JoyceEngraving
Engraving En 1ng Company of Washington and andthe andthe andthe
the treasurer EL E A Le Gros of the theFranklin theFranklin theFranklin
Franklin Company Chicago The report reportof reportof reportof
of the secretary will 11I include a discussion discussionof lonof
of denatured alcohol President Btssell Btssellof BlaNnof Bisseliof
of the Btssell College of PhotoengravIngElflngham Photoengraving PhotoengravingEftlngham Pbotoen avlng avlngEmngham
Eftlngham III will in also make an ad address adreta address ¬
dress reta
retaSuIJJCCtl
SnliJcctH for or Dlncnanion DlncnanionAmong DlIIcullllonAmoag DiscussionAmong
Among the suJ subs jeoU to be considered consideredara eo
are Tendency 1 of Pjjfces life Pces Hew He to Cone Counteract eateraet Conetenet ¬
tenet the Increased Cost of Materials MaterialsLabor MaterialsiAbor awrtaleLabor
Labor I and Wages Wg Local Organize OrgaafeaUoas OrgaaJaUoII Organizeties
Uoas ties Economy in Manufacture Ad Advantage AdvaJltqe Advantage ¬
vantage to Be Derived from the Use of theScale the theScale tbeScale
Scale and Copper Addresses on these thesetopics etopka theseto
topics to will be limited to nve five minutes minutesThe mlnut mlnutThe minutesThe
The election of Officers win ID be held to tomorrow tomorro tomorrow ¬
morrow morro and an the place pIao of the next annual an annual ueGnyenUon ¬
nual convention selected Following Follo the thebusiness 1MbU8ln thebusiness
business meeting today tod the delegates delegat will willvtelt willVitIIt willvIsit
vIsit the Government nt Printing Office in inthe Inthe Inthe
the afternoon and the Library of Cong Congress Congre Gongress ¬
re ress at night n l Tomorrow afternoon will willbe willbe 111 111be
be devoted to an inspection I UOft of the Bureau Bureauof Bureauof Bureauof
of Engraving and Printing and at night nightthe nightthe nightthe
the delegates will 111 assemble at a Joint Jointbanquet jointbanquel jointbanquet
banquet with 1th the National Blectrotypers EIeeUotrpersAs EiectrotypersAssociation BlectrotypersAssociation
As Association The departure for the expo exposition expositton expo1Uoit ¬
sition will 111 be made at 8 a m Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Wedneidaymorning Wednesdaymorning
morning on the steamer Jamestown JamestownThe Jametto JamettoT JamestownThe
The T officers of the association a are L B BFolsom B BFoblom BFolsom
Folsom of Folsom ft Sunergren Boston Beatenpresident Bostonpresident < stcm stcmprNldent
president I L Ii F Eaton of the Peninsular PenlMuwrn1n PeninsularBngraving PeninsularEngraving
Engraving rn1n Company Detroit vice presi president Icknt pteelSrnt ¬
dent H C C Stiles Sut of o the Maurice Joyce JoyceEngraving JoyceEagraylng JoyceEngraving
Engraving Company Washington secre secretary 1eCfetary secretarT ¬
tary and E A A Le Gros of the Franklin FranklinCompany FranklinOompamty FranklinCompany
Company Chicago treasurer treasurerOrganized treAsurerOrgRul7el1 treasurerOrganized
Organized in 1807 1807The lSD lSDThe I89The
The International Association of Photo Photoengravers lbotoengravers Photoengravers
engravers was officially omdaU born at t Buffalo Buffaloin BuffaloIn BuffaloIn
in October 1897 though previous to this thisthere tblsthere thisthere
there was a meeting in St St Louie in May Mayof Mayot Mayof
of the same me year ear At this meeting a anational IInaUonal anUons1
national committee was 8 selected to pro promote promote promote ¬
mote the plans for calling a national nationalmeeting nationalmeeting nationalmeetIng
meeting This committee made arrange arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
ments for holding JM the first convention at atNashville atNubvUIe atNashviik
Nashville Than in October 107 but buton buton buton
on account of yellow eUow fever in the Souththe South Souththe Souththe
the location was changed to Buffalo BuffaloNT nutraloNY BuffaloN
NT NTThe NYThe N T TThe
The first convention was called to order orderby orderby orderby
by Chairman Tenny at the Tlft House HouseBuffalo lIoueButrA1o houseButalo
Buffalo October October a 1S87 with fiftynine fiftyninedelegates fift ulftyntnedelegates nlne nlnedelegates
delegates present representing represenU g twenty twentycities twentyclt twentytitles
cities clt s and the first officers were elected at atthis atthlB atthis
this meeting as follows Ward M t Tenny Tennyof Tenn Tennof Tennyof
of Boston president prHlld nt Samuef Samue R R Mason Masonof IAlIOnof MasonSf
of Cleveland secretary s r8tary and Alfred Bers Bersbach BersbAch Berebach
bach of Chicago treasurer treasurerThe treasurerThe treasurerThe
The following followlngeors years conventions were wereheld wereheld ere ereheld
held at Brighton Beach N Y PutlnBay PutlnBayIsland PutInBlt PutInBltIsland PutinBayIsland
Island Ohio Cleveland Ohio Buffalo BuffaloN
N Y Plttsburg Pa Atlantic City N NJ No NoJ NI
J I St SL Louis Mo Io Buffalo again in 19 19and 1 1and 19and
and last year ear in Detroit Mich MichWANT MichWANT lIch lIchV
WANT V ANT TAX CASES SETTLED SETTLEDWisconsin SETTLEDIfIIC0118In SETTLEDWisconsin
Wisconsin IfIIC0118In Official Expect Compro Compromlsc Comprombe Comproanise
anise Which Will Vlll Hi Set 9000000 9000000Madison COOOOO COOOOO18dlflOn COOOOOMadison
Madison Wls June 23 23A A bill was In lntroduced Introduced introduced >
troduced in the senate yesterday esterdll author authorizing authorIzing authorlzing
izing tho th governor secretary sccretar of state stateand state stateand stateand
and attorney attorne general to settle the so socalled socalled socalled
called back tax cases against the rail railroad railrOAd railroad
road companies without further litiga litigation lIUgaUon litigaDon ¬
Don tionSince UonSince DonSince
Since the decision of the Supreme Court Courlast Courtlast Courtlast
last Thursday Thursda holding that the State ii iibarred hi hibArred is isbarred
barred by b the statute of limitations from fronan froman froman
an accounting with the railroads withiisix withIn withInsIx wlthirsix
six years of the time the suits for th thtaxes the thetaxes thetaxes <
taxes were commenced the railroads railroadhave railroadshave railroadshave
have approached the State authorities authoritiesand authoritiesand authoritiesand
and suggested that the matter be com compromised compromised cornpromised
promised promisedIf
If the bill passes the Stato will re recelve receive receive
ceive about 600000 6IIO0Gq 00 from the railroads railroadsFamous railroadsFnmotJs railroadsFamosis
Famous Hockey Player Killed KilledOttawa IIlIcllOttawa KIlledOttawa
Ottawa Ontario Juno S3 2iIHod Hod Stuart StuAriof Stuartof Stu rt rtof
of Ottawa a world famous hockey hocke player playerwho plaerho playerwho
who ho was with Ith Plttsburg for some time timemet timemet timemet
met with lth a sensational death today todQ He Hewas Heas liewas
was as at Belleville Ontario swimming and andgetting andgetting endgetting
getting on a lighthouse pier dived inwater In Inwater inwater
water only two feet deep His skull was waafractured wasfractured wasfractured
fractured and he died in a short time timeHe timeHe timeHe
He leaves a wife lfo and children The body bodywill bOdywill bodywill
will be brought home hom at once onceEvangelists onceE1nngellllt onceEvangelists
Evangelists Wife Near Death DeathWarsaw DenthWarsaw DeathWarsaw
Warsaw Ind June 23 23lrs Mrs J W WIlbur WIlburChapman llbu llbuChapman nbur nburChapman
Chapman wife of the wellknown evan evangelist eVangelist etangelist
gelist is near death deat Hope for her recov recovery recover recover
ery er has been bc n abandoned
RECORD RUSH AT THE G P 0Three 0 0Three OThrec
Three Shifts Necessary eceasary to Keep eep Up UpwltliAVork lip lipvitla p pwith
wltliAVork wltliAVorkPublic with Work WorkPublic ork orkPmdlc
Public Printer Print or Charles A StilllngB Inspeaking in inspeaking In5IMklng
speaking recently of tho demand for com compositors compcIIIdtors cornpcalto ¬
positors pcalto at the Government Printing PrintingOfflce Prlntfuomce prlnttmsgOffice
Office stated yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe e ttrdnj ttrdnjThe
The pressure upon the moehanieal moehaniealforces moohanioalfolCfll moolianioalforces
forces of the Government Printing Office Officeat Offiftat Oiflcat
at the close of this fiscal year ear is nearly nearlyas nearlyfa
as fa 8 heavy if not more so than it was wasand VoaSand wasand
and has ha been in any other previous period periodof periodof periodof
of like nature not excepting the tre tremendous trtmendoua tremendous ¬
mendous pressure during the last two twoweeks twoWNIt twoweeks
weeks In June of lOG when Congress was wasin WalilIn wasIn
in session Ion For several oral weeks it tits been beennecessary bMnnceuary beennecessary
necessary to work some of the divisions divisionsof dl diylsions diylsionsof 1sions 1sionsof
of the Printing Office overtime in order to tocomplete tooomplete tocomplete
complete the work started during the theworking thewortlng theworking
working hours of the day da whore it has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been impracticable to assign other men mento mento mento
to the completion of tasks started by b the theday theeta theday
day eta force forceAt for forAt forceAt
At the present prHent time the departments departmentsare
are pressing for the tb completion of work workon workon workon
on or rn before Saturday June 29 to and in inorder Inorder Inurder
order to obviate any an unneceseary t1nn ry and andunavoidable andunavoidable andunavoidable
unavoidable violation of the eighthour eighthourlaw etghthourlaw tghtbourJaw
law Intermediate IDt < JMtIlate and night forces will willbe willbe 111 111be
be created createdNew ct4ldNew crestedNew
New systems tem being installed in the theoffice tMomce theulfice
office wIll iIl enable the officials chargedwith charged chargedwith eharge1tb
with 1tb the management of the various divi divisions dl dlvialone ¬
alone to better tter record their work Ork and to toregulate toIate toregulate
regulate Iate the demands made tnad upon the theoffice theoftice theoffice
office from departments in such a manner manneras mannerto manneras
as to enable the steady employment atthe of ofthe oftIM
the three forces Cotc forcesday 4a day intermediate and andnight andnlgbtancl andnightand
night nlgbtancl and thereby obviate the th necessity necessityexcept n8Ceesliexcept necessityexcept
except in rare cases of violating the theeighthour theelghtbour theeighthour
eighthour law lawAn lawAn iasAn
An hours delay dela at one of the departmints depart departments departIMbt ¬
mints caused by the holding up of COp eonyfor COptor copyfor
for Anal consideration or for any other otherreason otberruson otherreason
reason puts an added burden upon the theGovernment theOovernm theGovernment
Oovernm Government nt Printing Office OfficeKANSAS Offlc OfflcKANSAS OfficeKANSAS
KANSAS LAUGHS AT WILSON WILSONState WILSONstate YILSONState
State Agriculturist Has Fun with withthe withthe withthe
the Secretary SecretaryTurkey SecretaryIUTurkcT SecretaryTurkey
IUTurkcT Turkey Red Wheat bCI Cnnne of Trou Trouble TroubleCnUdown TrotsbleCnhldown ¬
ble bleCnUdown Calldown Grates on onOfllclaln onOrnclnl onOfficials
Officials Nerves XervoBWar XervcIar NervesWar
War ar is on between James Wilson See Eeoretary 890ntar Seerotary
rotary of Agriculture and apd F D Coborn Cobornsecretary CoburnHCretal7 Cobernsecretary
secretary of the Kansas board of agricul agriculture agrkltllture agriculten ¬
ture ten Kansas Kane is greatly interested in the theoutcome theoutcome theoutcome
outcome When the rest of the country countryhears oountr oountrbars countryhears
hears about the conflict it It too will m sit up upand upand upand
and take notice noticeTwo noticeTwo noticeTwo
Two years ago Secretary Wilson put putKansas putKDIiII puthAnsas
Kansas in the tb elass of arid States StatesKansas StatesKansu StatesKansas
Kansas got wildly 1k1l excited over this as aspersion an asperslon ¬
persion n on her fertility and Secretary SecretaryCoburn Seeret4fCoburn SecretaryCobumn
Coburn promptly issued a a pamphlet pamphletshowing pamphletmowing pamphletshowing
showing that t Kans4s produced more morethen stuff stuffthan st6ftth8n
than Iowa the home of Mr Wilson WilsonThese WilsonTltese WilsonThese
These jabs at Iowa hurt Mr Ir Wilson WilsonHe WilsonHe WilsonHe
He is on the trail of Coburn It is saidthat said saidthat saidthat
that he intends Int < Rds to show that Coburn isnt isntsuch Isntsueh Isntsuch
such a a leading agricultural agr1 ultural expert exp rt Ac According According According ¬
cording to the story told here agents of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Agricultural Department are watch watchIng watchlag I IlAg
lAg everything Coburn does and will m re report report report ¬
port to the Secretary SecretaryShortly SecretafShortlY SecretaryShortly
Shortly after att r Secretary Secretar Wilson charged chargedthat chargedthat chargedthat
that Kansas was an arid State he was wasinvited wasin1ted wasInvited
invited there to make a speech Just before be before before ¬
fore his h l visit he had a verbal setto with withCoburn withCoburn 1th 1thCoburn
Coburn Secretary Wilson struck Ian Kansas Iansea Hansea ¬
sea in the midst of a wet spelt s ll He had hadto badto
to use boats to keep a number Of hisspeaking his hisspeaking hisspeaking
speaking engagements en gements Coburn gave the theKansas theKanM8 theKansas
Kansas newspapers the tip and they theyprinted theyprinted theyprinted
printed cartoons of Secretary Wilson Wilsondoing Wlleondotng Wilsondoing
doing arid Kansas nnsas In a steam launch launchSecretary launchscrptary launchSecretary
Secretary Wilson bade Kansas farewell farewellat
at Topeka Coburn was at the depot As AsSecretary A AS AeSecretary
Secretary S Wilsons train pulled pu1l d out Co Coburn Coburn Coburn
burn bade him goodby and then asked askedKansas askedKanus askedKansas
Kansas is an arid State Is It ItWhen It ItWhen itWhen
When the green gr en bug was as devastating devastatingthe
the Kansas as wheat fields fi lds recently rec ntl Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Wilson out of o the goodness of his hisheart hisheart hishart
heart decided to give the Kansas farm farmers farmers farmera ¬
ers some advice as to how to beat the thegreenle tbegreen thegreenle
greenle green Ie In the future He wrote a aletter aletter aletter
letter to Coburn and asked that it be beprinted beprinted beprinted
printed in the Kansas papers As he heperused herlMd heperused
perused rlMd the official document from the theDepartment lheDepArtment theDepartment
Department of Agriculture Cdburns C burns eyes eyeslighted eeslighted eyeslighted
lighted up with a gleam of triumphSecretary triumph triumphSecretary triumphSeeretary
Secretary Wilson advised farmers te teplant toplont tepleat
plant turkey turke red wheat He said that In In1S97 in189i
1S97 he made some experiments and andfound andfound andfound
found that turkey red spread out and andwithstood andwithstOOd andwithstood
withstood the ravages of bugs better betterthan betterthAn betterthan
than any an other variety Coburn printed printedthe printedthe rlnted rlntedthe
the Wilson n letter all right He saw to 11 11that It ItthAt 11that
that It was as given the widest sort of o pub publicity pubIIclt publicity ¬
licity IIclt Then he gave out ou a statement statementhimself statementhlmsett statementhimself
himself showing that for the lasttwenty last lasttwenty lasttent
twenty tent years ears Kansas had produced roduced prac practically practlial1y practically ¬
tically no other kind of wheat hent but tur turkey turker turkey ¬
key red redMillers redlIlers rodMillers
Millers lIlers and wheat growers nil over the thecountry tMcountry thccountry
country began to poke fun at Farmer FarmerWilson FannerWllson FarmerWilson
Wilson for making experiments in 1831 1831with 181ilth 1S3 1S3wIth
with lth turkey red wheat which Kansas Kansashad K8J1sashad Kantashad
had grown successfully and almost ex exclusively exc1uslveb exclusively ¬
clusively for a decade before beforeFor beforeFor beforeFor
For the Federal Agricultural Depart Department Department Departmont ¬
ment to be held up as a ten years behindthe behind oohlndthe behindthe
the times grated on Mr Wilsons nerves nervesIn nerveIn nervesIn
In fact It was the straw that broke the thejeamels thecamels theaniels
camels aniels back backDown backDown backDown
Down In bleeding Kansas the crowd IE IEwith is iswith itwith
with Coburn CoburnDistrict CoburnDlNtrlct CoburnDistrict
District TnrnfcHt nt Wilmington WilmingtonEpockkl WilmingtonSfX WilmingtonSpatial
Spatial a1 to t Tbfl Th TheWaahtngton Washington Herald HeraldWilmington HeraldWilmington heraldWilmington
Wilmington Del June tThe 23 The districtturnfest district districtturnfest districtturnfest
turnfest under the auspices nueplc s of the Wil Wilmington Wilmington Wilrnington ¬
mington Turtigenmeinde Turhgenm lnd opened op ned today In Inthis Inthis inthis
this city ell and Wilmington is practically practicallyin
in the hands of German athletes from fromNew Cromew fromew
New ew York Philadelphia and different differentcities dltterentclUes differentcities
cities of New Jersey Pennsylvania Mary Maryland Manland Marylend ¬
land Virginia and the District of Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia Four hundred visitors are here her The TheHeld Thefield Thefield
field events will be b held tomorrow and andTuesday nndTuesday andruesday
Tuesday
HOT HftT nUI QPJ7TT SPELL orliLL TO TO 1U QUITBefore filllT yUli yUliBefore QUIT QUITBefore
Before Going It Will Give GiveThree GiveThree GiveThree
Three More Warm Days Days0DAY DaysTODAY DaysTODAY
TODAY MAY BREAK RECORDS RECORDSIcnnerate RECORDSDelllcrate RECORDSDespernie
Icnnerate Effort of Washingtonians IVaiililngtonianflto nllhlngtonlnnllto
to Look Pleasant PJenlnntDlstrelllllng Distressing Ef Effect Effect Effeet ¬
fect on Church Congregations ConJreRotlonllOn ConJreRotlonllOnthe On Onhe
the he River and In the Parks In theCool the theCool theCool
Cool Breezes of the lie Bvcnlnff BvcnlnffTo
To those who have led themselves them elves tobelieve to tobelieve tobelieve
believe that the last throe t roe days have havebeen havobeen havebeen
been burners the latest announcement announcementof
of the Weather Bureau will come like a aooup nQOup acoup
coup de grace graceToday graoeToda graceToday
Today Toda is to be the hottest day of all allAnd allAnd allAnd
And tomorrow and the day after will willalso willalso il1 il1also
also bring their full quota of C pleasant pleasantlittle plea pleasantlittle nt ntlittle
little sunbeams and climbing thermome thermometers thermomtters thermomnetars ¬
ters That fe unless it raiqe rat and the thechanoea theehaJlOM thechances
chances of such a owitingenvy CQbUOgMr are re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded as slim by b the local expert expertThere upertThere expertThere
There may be one or two local loca1lhowerl loca1lhowerlhe showers showershe showershe
he says of the brief summer variety varietywhich varlet varletwhleb varietywhich
which will 111 cool things for a moment but butthere buttbere butthere
there will 1U be a golden lining to every everycloud everrcloud everycloud
cloud and perspiration will 111 start afresh afreshThe afr afreshThe h hTIM
The hot spell is going got westward which whichmeans whlehmeau whichmeans
means that the conditions here are set settled settied settied ¬
tied for a time so that at leJt a week of ofwarm orwarm ofwarm
warm weather thee is expected expectedYesterday expec expecYeeterda expectedYesterday
Yesterday was comparatively oool At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the Weather eather Bureau the highest pointreached point pointreached pointreacbed
reached by b the thermometer was s Ii and anda anda
a fraction but at Afflecks where the thecreamy thecreaany thecreamy
creamy asphalt lends a a furnacelike at atmosphere atJIIOIpbere atmoaphere ¬
mosphere the mercury jumped a few fewpegs fewJMSs fewpegs
pegs higher J g1ier An accommodating little littlebreeze UtilebrHH littlebriezi
breeze helped things considerably during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the day with the exception of a few fewmoments fe femeRts fewmoments
moments meRts about 12 1 oclock when even eventhe eventhe eventhe
the smallest twig were motionlessToo motionless motionlessToo motloneHToo
Too Hot for Church ClmrchThat ChurohThat ChurchThat
That was just ju t as the churchgoers were weregoteg werego4ag weregoing
going home and it was as with 1Ot great relief rdiefthat reliefthat relictthat
that moet mo t of o them entered their oool ooolhouses 0901hoURS coolhouses
houses and deposited their prayer books booksand booksand booksand
and parasols on the nearest table There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were lots of o persons who bo did not go to tochurch tochurch tochurch
church yesterday and many a sermon sermonwas Hrmonwas sermonwas
was preached to sparsely filled pews pewsAnd pewsAnd pewsAnd
And many lIMn a palmleaf fan was waved wavedduring wavedduring aed aedduring
during the services r not to speak of the thedainty thedalnt thedainty
dainty though less a comforting ones of ofblack orblack ofblack
black jet and the scented and bespangled bespangledImplements bespangledImp bespangledimplements
Implements Imp ntg of tortoiseshell and morocco moroccoHandkerchiefs moroccoHandkerchiefs moroccoHandkerchiefs
Handkerchiefs were also in demand demand and andmany andmny andmany
many a dignified deacon discomfited by bythe b bthe bythe
the consciousness CO soloUlmtli of a wilted ilted collar sat satwith satWith satwith
with the useful white whit hlte linen appendage appendageabout appendageabout appendageabout
about his neck neckLots n nekLots k kLots
Lots of o people said it was too hot to toeat toeat toeat
eat yesterday but others ot rI disagreed with withthem Witht withthem
them t m and from the number of Icecream Icecreamwagons kecreamgou Icecreamwagons
wagons gou and the size of o the freezers the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter party ptart were w rll in the majority majorityStay majorityStnT majorityStay
Stay In Their Homen HomenIn HOlnellIn hiomuesIn
In the afternoon there were not as asmany asmanr asmany
many picnickers and excursionists sts as asmight asmight asmight
might have been expected Most Iost people peoplestayed peopkstayed peoplestayed
stayed at home h me In comfortable comCOlta le neglige negligepreferring negligepreCerrlhg neghlgepreferring
preferring to wait until the evening to tomake tomake tosnake
make their calls cU and ride off rr to the places placesof plac s sot
of attraction attractionEven attraetl attractionEven n nEnn
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