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Then lIe Put Body ill Sack Sackand Sackand Sackaiid
and Buried It in inPit inPit11IOST PitALMOST Pit PitALMOST
ALMOST HANGED BY MOB MOBFarmers MOllFarlllcrs MOBrarnlers
Farmers Infuriated on Hearing Hearingof
of Mans Admissions AdmissionsAliened AdmissionsJUlecII AlIllissionsAlleged
Aliened Slnycr of o Stepclnuprlitcr StepclnuprlitcrBreaks StclllinulthtcrJJrenkA StepdnughterUrenks
Breaks Doivii Under 1 llcr Impression ImpressionState IlItprClc ImpressionState lon lonStnte
State Has Eyewitnesses e ltnelICt to Deed DcctI1It DcctI1ItFormall DeedIsFormally Is IsFormally
Formally Formall Indicted for Murder MurderAVI 3lurdcrwill
AVI will 0111 1 1 Dc TuUoii to Vestchestcr ln lndcr 11nclcr ifndcr
dcr Ilcnvy lien Guard for Trliil TrliilPhiladelphia TrinlPblladelphla TrlnLPhiladelphia
Philadelphia June 24 KFour Four hundred hundredinfuriated hundredInfuriated hued huedInfuriated
infuriated farmers today attemptedcapture attempted aUt > mpted to tocapture tocapture
capture from the hands of the eoaatatiles consta constables ¬
tiles who guarded him Irwin Lewis of ofAvondale otA o oAvondale t
Avondale A onclale who is accused of murdering murderinghis mumerinhi murderl murderlhi1 rag
his hi flft1Mr fiveyearold stepdaughter stepdaughterThat stepduuhterThat u bter bterThat rage
That the farmers who by reon reason of o th thfact the thefl1d thfact e
fact that Lewis had made a partial rtlal eon eonfp eonfpt eonfpat0n
fp fpt fpat0n < IOH of the crime and had been held heldby heldly het hetbl d
by the th grand Jury jUryto to stand trial for t tmurder the themurder i iJllurder
murder would have lynched the man manthere ma mathere n
there is 11 no doubt for the cry of Lynch Lynchhim I4nchhlm Iyac F Fhim
him was heard almost constantly constantlyT eonstantlyHuddled
T Fuddled In the middle of the constables eonatabkeLewis constablesLewis eouetAbIfosLpwls I
Lewis presented a miserable steal as h hpleaded he hepleaded e i iphRd
pleaded phRd to be protected prot ct from the mobPleaae mob mobPlease i
Please e nave me he cried It was only onlyby oat y 1
1 by drawing their t tr revolvers that the con constables constales ¬ i itablfS
stables managed to get their prisoner to tothe toth t tthe o
the th lockup at Avondate Avondalswhere where he is still stillunder sUIiundfr MB MBunder 1
under heavy guard It was expected t the that thathe thathE hat
he would be removed to the county jail Ja4lnt 1MInt jailat
nt West Chester aer but the officiate otticWsthat decided decidedthat deetdedthat
that it would not be well to take decidedy any anychances MYchanc an anchance y
chances chance considering the pentup condi condition CMdItlon ceadition ¬
tion of the public sentiment sentimentLeuIs enUmentlewlH aentimenLIewls
LeuIs Make Confession ConfessionI Con ConfessionLowrie fNIHlon fNIHlonJewls
I Jewls ewis confession confeeel ° n to I a most curious one onefor one onefor on onf
f for while he denies 1fS that that he killed the thechild thechild th thchild e
child he admits that he thrust the burlap burlapover burialOHr bnria p ep
1 over the head of his little stepdaughter stepdaughtertied atepdaUlrbtertltd
tied a cord around her neck and theft theftafter t the theafter eriafter t
after throwing the body in the compoeipt composit compositpit lt ltpit t
pit pt t at the rear of his house e at Landen Landenburg IaMenburg Landenburg
burg filled the hole up with barnyard re refuse re refuse refuse e ¬
fuse fuseThe fuseThe fuseThe
The confession coney ion was made On Friday Fridayright FridayJ1ight Freda Fredanight y
right to District Attorney ltOlllf W r W Mac MacElree JIIacElree MacEIree
Elree and Detective Thnanus nn Lewta ex explanation exphnaU expisnation ¬
planation n of how his fiveyearold fty o1d step stepdaughter stepdaughter at atdaughter ¬
daughter Mary N1ia Newlin met her death de deathas th te teas 11a
as a follows followsAs fol folAs followA
As A I came up the lane leading to my myhMise myhuge m mhouse y
huge en Sunday afterMoa lIt rllOOtl I saw Mary Maryoa laryon Mar Maron y
on the upper floor of the wagon son shed shedwhich 1Mdw shedwhich
which w hkh adjoins the barnBefore barn barnBefore barnBefore
Before I reached the barnyard I saw sawr sa saI w
I r faR from the upper doer to toround the ttieground thegruncl
ground round She appeared to bs dead whe wheI whan whanI n
I Cached ra her herr
I r theV tfMlrpat pat the bar over her head headt tied tiedth tJfth
t th string about her neck and buek4 mnrfed hef hefin hetn
in n the theTht hole holeThe holeThe
The distance which wh h Lewis 1s says 11I t tt th thild the thelid
t lid fell to about nine nl feet DlstrIeAttorney District DistrictAttorney Di trkt trktArtom t
Attorney Artom McElree states stt that Lewis wW had hadmade hadmade be E Ethe d
made the statement because b he had been beenI bee beep n nIr
I Ir p rsuaded uad to believe Iie tnat that the police poJ had hadwitness be E Ewitlpaa a
1 witness ittteu who had seen him bury the thechilds the1ilds th thtild
tild childs 1ilds a body bgdyMob WyJloh bodyMob
Mob Beyond I1eo ll Control ControlWhen ControlWhtD ControlWhen
When Lewis was taken this afternoon afternoonb afternoonbfore afternoob n
b bfore fore the grand Jury a large mob sue surrounded lurrnmdfd suern ¬
rn rounded inded the tbe building hi which hlth the hearing hearingwns hearin hearinwas hearlnwas g
was held held and many threats were were wereLewis heard heardLewis heardLp1is
Lewis by his pallor and cringing trln manner mannershowed mannersilowfld mannersilnwed
showed that he feared r bodily harm but butthe butt bu buthe t
the t bE police at first gave ve little Ule attention to totiip tot ti ti1iw
tiip t w demonstrations demon tratJons of the t crowd crowdAfter cro1dAftPr crowdAfter
After the grand jury had formally fonnallyplad fonnallypladta formallyp formallyptier placed placedtiie kneed
tier responsibility for th the murder of the thelittle th thttlt thlttie e
little > child upon Lewis LewI the police pollsalarmed became becamealarmed becameaJarT1MCl
alarmed News that Lewis had made a aconfession AonftMlon I Innfeeeion
confession leaked out and the mob out outside outside outside ¬
side became uncontrollable The prisoner prisonerhad IM1Ioner1ad prba ne nelad r
had 1ad to be almost dragged d through thr th thf the theiT tbernwd e
f iT rowel wd so frightened was he by the thethreats thethrt th C Cthreats
threats thrt 8ta > Several stones were hurled at atMm atHm a aLim t
Mm and one of them thfm struck him upon th thhood the thead theJII e
JII hood > ad inflicting In letlns a slight ht wound woundWhen wot1DdWhen woundWhen
When finally placed p in the lockup Lewis Lewiscoiiapsed Le1srolap S Srollapeed
coiiapsed ed and kneeling knetU upon the foothl floor of ofMs ofHe
Ms hl cell he wept and Implored the guards guardsnot guardnot s s110t
not to permit the farmers to capture and
hang him himA himA himA
A strong guard of policemen will to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow escort Lewis to West Nt Chestewhere Chester Chesterwhere Chftlterwhfre rt
where he will remain pending his tileLETTERS trial trialLETTERS trialLETTERS
Hail These Plie se In fillli Mi ml AVIun hn n UP Re Referred Rcterretl Referret ¬
ferret to Lnwhlppcd MobSan Mob MobSan JlobSan
San Francisco June 24 UBr1g Brig Ge GeFunaton Gen GenFunston GenFunston n
Funston declared Iared he has received at least leasttwenty leAlSttwenty lees leesit t
it twenty threatening tb atlng letter all anonymoIn anonymous anonymousin anonyJDOuIn
in which he was menaced with the fate fateof rateuf fat fatof e erubs
of GOY Steuenberg of Idaho Idaho If h he dares daresto daresto d dto rubs
to parade with his troops on Fourth of
July JulyTheile JulyThese
These violent t letters lette
sayswere says sayswere ys yswtre
were received by him before bero he wrote his hisreply hisreoply hisreply
reply to the request of the Fourth of ofJuly ofJul ofJuly
July committee for cooperation of Fed Federal F FTal Federal ¬
eral > services in the proposed ed parade He
declares the threats In
these letters were werenot werenltt werenot
not the prime cause of his refusal refij to toparade toparAM toparade
parade but he had them t In mind when
he referred to the nnwhlpped unwhl mob of
the city cityPOPE cityPOPE cityPOPE
Ills Holiness Gives Audience A1ItJl nce to Spe Special Slleclal Speclot ¬
clot PcrMinu Minister MinisterRome Jllnl8trrRome MinisterRome
Rome June ttThe Pope today toda save savean avean gavean
an audience Ce to a special I Persian minister ministerwho mlnl8terwho minberwho
who delivered an autograph auto < raph letter from fromthe fromt fromthe
the t ht Shah Shah his
notifying holiness of his ac accession atece8lt accession ¬
cession ce8lt OD to the throne of Persia PersiaThe PerwlaThe PersiaThe
The event Is t significant nl1icnt It implies that thntthe thatthe thatthe
the incident hKid t arising < from the late Shahs Shahsrefusal ShahsfElu Shahsrehieal
refusal fElu al to visit the Pope during his h last lastvisit laatvl8ft lastvisit
visit to Rome has been forgotten Before Beforebeing Beforebeln Beforebeing
being beln < received recfolvedbY 3 1 the Pope the mission missionnotified ml missionnotified sJon sJonnotlftffi
notified the Quirinal QulrinaLot of the Shahs acces accession accesIlon accession ¬
sion an act contrary to Vatican ettl ettlquette cttlqueUe ettlquette
quette which exacts preference vrere for the the
Vatican over the Qutrlhai
The Popes
re reception re recptlon reception ¬
ception of the mission was was therefore t rfOf un unprecedented unpltcfdent unprecedented ¬
precedentedHis precedented precedentedHis pltcfdent ed edHill
His holiness hoU received
the mission
enthroned en enthroned enthroned ¬
throned He made a speech in which he hewished bewishfd hewished
wished a long and prosperous P reign torthe tor torthe torthE
the Shah Sh f1 and andf expressed the hope that fnatCatholics thatCatholitI thatCatholics
Catholics in Persia would be protectedCardinal protected protectedCardinal proteetedCaromal
Cardinal Merry del Val rel papal aecrmrrof secretary secretaryof
of state state subsequently returned the visit visitin vlaUIn visitIn
in the Popes name at the residence of ofthe ort ofthe
the t h mission missionA mINionla
A la Cnrtc Lunch Served Dally DallyAt Dnll DnllAt DailyAt
At Kckst EckIin Eek ins from 12 i 3
r to MWN Y Y1 ave ate atel75 e ei17
57175 i17 l75 Spokane Wash Udl and Return ReturnTin ReturoTjt Rclnrnvia
Tin ilalUniore trod Ohio OhioJune 01110June OhioJune
June fo t Liberal beral limits and stop stopovers s stepavcrs p pn ¬
overs n > > pilt agents 1417 G at t ttfl l Pa Paav Paa Paave
av a p and station N J ave ana a C st for forparticulars fortkulars fory
y particulars tkulars tkularsL i
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaFair ColumbiaFair ColumbiaFair
Fair continued warm today todayand todayand todayand
and tomorrow light southerly southerlywinds southerlywinds southerlywinds
winds possibly a local shower showerHERALD showerHERiLD showerHERALD
1 ITornadoes Tornadoes Sweep Kansas IanBRSILovIng Kansas1Loving
1 ILovIng Loving Trial Opens at Houston Va Va VaILo Va1Lewis
1 ILo 1Lewis Lowis is Makes Partial Confession Confe 1on I IIHouse r1House
1 IHouse House of Lords to B Be Shorn of Power Power1Britlsh PowrIDr1t1sh Power1British
1Britlsh Lord to Wed Maryland Girl GirlITetegraphcrs Girl3Telegraphers
3 Telegraphers Strike May Ma Spread3Senator Spread SpreadS SpreadS8nntor
S S8nntor Senator Knox Sneaks ks at Yale YaleHaywood Yale3Hawood Yale3Iiaywood
3Hawood Haywood Defense Opened by Darrow D Darrow4Rogue rrow rrow4lIague
4 4lIague Hague Urges Protection of Neatrate Nentrais3Tenement leulrt ls ls4Tenement
4 4Tenement Tenement House Caves In InLOCAL InIOCI 1nIOCtL
1 1Body Body od Found in Potomac River River3Prestdent RIver3Pre River2President
3Prestdent 3Pre ldlnt Awards AWRrdslledAw Medals to Heroes IleroeL2North I1ero I1eroXorth
2North 3 North Washington Citizens Ardaafid ArdusedGlen Ardua d doGien
2 oGien Glen Echo People Disapprove Dlsappro RaIdEIfCtrotrpers Raid Reid2IEiectrotypers
Blectrotyperg 2 Elect Officers Today Today5School Today3School
5School Children at River ViewPUnions View VJewIJCnlons
9 IJCnlons Unions to Answer EmployersCourt EmpleyerwtCourt Employers lrmployersitCourt
tCourt Court Outlines Outlines Plan for Gas Ga Deal DealllB
llB 11 B R 0 Surgeons Meet Here Here13PnbUc Here12PubUc Mere2Public
13PnbUc Hearing on Wells WellePROTECT WellsPROTECT
Militia Is in Readiness to De Defend Defend ¬
fend fentlltalians fentlltaliansSWIFT Italians ItaliansSWIFT ItaliansSWIFT
Nine Inc Implicated in KidnnppiiiK Iltl UnIIIJln anti nml3Iurdcr RJHIJlurtler antilarder
larder ofLnnmim o of Inrnnnn Child Are in inetv inew
Ne etv v Orleans Gretiui anti St Her Ilernnril lIerlIn
n nnril lIn erd rtl Jnllltet Jnilft Act AVn Was nit for Purpose of ofFuniiMliliiK1 ofIrllrJlhchln
FuniiMliliiK1 IrllrJlhchln AVeddliifr ecltllll 3IoiieyXew Jlulle JlulleXew Money
Xew Orleans Orl lU June 2 ft MoAlthouh Although thereare there thereare thereare
are no indications of any an attempt to tolynch tolynch tolynch
lynch the Italian Black Hand murder murderers mtJrdere murderera ¬
ers e captured and now confined in the theNew theXew theNew
New Orleans and Gretna Jails Gov GovBlanchard GovBlanchard
Blanchard telegraphed to the sheriffs of ofOrleans ofOrl8n ofOrleans
Orleans and Jefferson ft parishes and to the thechief thechief
chief of pollee of this city tendering tenderingthem tenderingthem tenderingthem
them the th assistance of the militia if nec nectsary JMCee
ee ar twaary tsary to preserve order He n also telegraphed teleBtBPtetl tele ¬
graphed to Gen Gardner ewmutuandia ewmutuandiathe commanding commandingthe g
the National Guard to hold the militia militiain militiaIn
in readinessAt r AdlneAt readiness retadlnaaeAt
At the request of the governor Judge JudgeEdrlngton JudgeEdrington ge geEdrington
Edrington of the district in which St StRose StRoee StRose
Rose is situated where the Lamana boy boywas boywu
was murdered murdf will call a special session sessionof atMionor sessionof n
of the district court to assure an Immediate Imme Immediate ¬
diate trial of the prteon prisoners n A conference
to that end was held to Gretna toJa toJaI today todayThiaeem to tey teyThirteen
I Thirteen Thlte n Italians implicated In the thecrime therlme thecrime
crime rlme are confined t nftnld in th tM New Orleans Orleansparish OrfeRMpAdsh a
parish prison four In the Gretna Jail and andtwo ADdtwo an antwo d
two in St St Bernard Jill Four of the theprincipals theprloefPRls theptioelpals
principals Jn n the t kidnapping and murder murderhave munJerhave
have not yet et been arrested All the pris prisoners pr proners prenema k ¬
oners will be put on trial for murder murderIt warderIt er erIl
It has been bet n developed that the kidnapping kidnap kidnapping kIdpping ¬
ping was wa conceived by Francesco Franc Lttch Lttchesi IAchesl Lecheat
eat who hoped in this way to get money moneyenough rAO mono J JtftoUSh
enough to enable him to marry Xlcolina XlcolinaGebbta XlcollnaGtbbla
Gobble GebbtaBLACK GtbblaBLAOK
Hotel HotelllIn Mini Told to Deposit 1000 1000Place IOOOInee 1000Iincc
Place Inee Dynamited Ilcccntly IlcccntlyMount Iteeelln IteeellnIount
Mount Vernon N Y June S4 Jtlem Jtlemben 21itemben Mem Memben
ben of the Black B k Hand Society who re recently re recently r e ¬
cently attempted to murder Joseph A AM A ArJOlleY >
M Mert rroney oney and his hlR family by bydynamite pIa pIadynamite p niaetng niaetngdynamite q
dynamite in the kitchen stove of hte htehome 1118boID4 h is
home at Mount Vernon hare finally set setthe setthe selthe
the day for his murder t unless uo he gives givesthem jYeilt ninethem
them themMorroney t m 18 184o
Morroney 4o y received his last notice noticethrough noticethroU net ice
through throU < h the mall this moriiiw mon The let letter letter ¬
ter which was w postmarked New T Thad York Yorkhad York Yorkhad e
had a skull and crossbones c bS at the head headand heedand d dand
and read readUnless relHiUnle
Unless you oll leave 1000 where we toW toWyou toldyou to toyou ld
you to you will b be killed and buried In Inthe Inthe Is
the New Rochelle Cemetery by July 5 5The iThe > w wThe
The message was signed The Black BlackHand mackHand Dlsc k
Hand Below was a picture of a coffin cofllnwith coffinwith eon n
with a plate which bore the name Joseph Jo Joseph Joseph ¬
seph A Morroney MorroneyMorroney Morroneytorroney orrone orroneIorrone
Morroney Iorrone Is the proprietor prOprlet r of the Wig Wigwam Wigwarn Wigwan ¬
warn Hotel Mount Vernon He is iswealthy Is1ealtby
wealthy and is the Democratic Italian Italianleader ItaliAnleatkor
leader in this section When he received receivedthe receivedtbe recelvethe
the threat in this mornings mail he took tookthe tookthe too toothe k
the letter to Chief of Police Foley Mor Morroney Morrone1 alorconey ¬
coney will be guarded by b the police night nightand nlhtand t
and day Meanwhile lea whlle the police will x 111 try ti r rto
to run down the writer riteI of the letter letterSTORMS I tler tlerSTORMS
Part of Kansas Town Left in Ruins Ruinsby Ruinsby Ruinby g
by Three Tornadoes
Pfo Deaths Reported lint n Xumber XumberArc XumberAre NuniberAre
Are Fatally PRtnU Injured InjurctlSfJlRtor InjurctlSfJlRtorlon injuredSeantorLongs Senator SenatorLongs
Longs lon 11 House I1oll c DamagedMedicine Dnlnagetllldleloo Damaged DamagedMedicine
Medicine Lodge Kans June M The Thetown Thetown Thetown
town of Medicine Lodge was struck by bythree b btbr bythree
three tbr e distinct tornadoes between 7 and 11 11oclock 11oclook 11oclock
oclock last night leaving parts of tho thoclt thecity i icity
city clt in reins No loss of hfe has beenreported been beenreported n nreported
reported up to this morning but one on aged agedwoman Agedwoman agedwoman
woman Mrs rs John Bell cannot be found foundSeveral fOYndSeeI1l1 foundSeverpi
Several are probably fatally injured The Themost Themost Themost
most critical are areMrs areiill areMrs
Mrs May ay Lyle injured internally internallyJ
J R R McCoy l1cCoy arm broken injured in internally Internally internally ¬
ternally ternallyMrs ternallylfS ternallyMrs
Mrs lfS J R McCoy three ribs broken brokenskull brokenskull brokenskull
skull fractured injured internally internallyMise internallJMise internallyMice
Mise Glffuth injured InJu internally internallyMrs intemailyMrs int II IIIrs
Mrs Irs John Morris arm broken brokenJ
J T Saury Saur and wife both badly
bruised bruisedMrs bruisedrs bruisedMrs
Mrs rs Lyle who probably prob bly is In the most mostcritical mostor1UeaI mostoritkal
critical condition was picked up by b thestorm the thestorm thestorm
storm as she was running for shelter shelterand sh shelterand Jter Jterand
and carried rrled high up in a cottonwoodtree cottonwoodtreeShe cottonwood tree treeShe treeShe
She was ts found in a an n unconscious condi condition condition co nett nettties ¬
tion tionThe The entire entlr northern part of of the town townconsisting townconsISting townconsisting
consisting of about twentyfive residenceste residences re klel1cesis
te completely devastated Senator Chester ChesterI
I Longs house Is badly damaged damagedPremier damagedPrcmler damagedPremier
Premier Unsupported lij Kin KinLisbon IClIII IClIIILfs ICingLkboi
Lisbon Lfs Op June 24 24 24King King Charles has re reftteed re refUM tofeed
ftteed fUM feed to t consent to the severe measuresproposed measures measuresproposed measuresproposed
proposed by Premier Prem rFranco Franco against the thealleged theallged thealleged
alleged organizers of tho rioting of Junok Juno
19 It is anticipated that his disapproval disapprovalwill dlsapproIdwill disapprovalwill
will hasten tho expected resignation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the premier premierOriental premierOrlentnl premierOriental
Oriental Rugs and nil 11 Carpets TndnA Today TodayA Todn TodnA
A quantity of desirable desirable highclass Perelan Per Persian ¬
sian rugs and carpets will be sold at auc ¬
tion at Sloans 1487 G stM st today todn at 11 11a 11m IIa
a m and 3 p m mMust mf mMust
Must f list he sold to cover cov > r cash advances advancesand adnnccsand advancesand
and other charges One day da only onl
Maryland i ar3Jl and Country Colultr Maiden MaidenWill ll Iaidcnill aid ell elllVill
Will ill Be Lucky r Bride BrideCASE BrideCASE BrideCASE
Romance Begun eJ1In Ten Days Dny Ago ABOi 10 In In1IUle eraLittle
i Little Village lUnge to Culmlnnte with with1Vedding irlthAVcddlnpr nUhel1tlln
AVcddlnpr el1tlln Bells lIelt July J bIThe 2 The Groom OroomClnimi GroomClnlm
Clnimi to lie Cousin COII ln of King 1ln Bd Bdivard BIInaril lidward
ward VII tiltOwns I10nn Oirni Want nt MutateOxford UiltntellOxford Mutate
Oxford Pa Jttae J fl Itoxford Oxford is In a afever Arever afever
fever of excitement excl ment over It a romance start started started ¬
ed ten days ago In I which aa alleged EngItch Eng English BagIftIh ¬
Itch lord sad and an inaecant In eMlt country girl are aretbe IUStbe
tbe prominent figure path wWeb wl1bA will wOlhave willhaft wulhave
have its culmination In a wedding g in the theOxford liteOxford theOxford
Oxford Pre PfnDYterlaa byterta t Church CAtecAon on TuesdayJuly Tu llayJuly Tuesday PdadayJuly
July JulyThe L LThe 2 2The
The prospective bridegroom claims to toLord toLord be beLord lbof
Lord Stanley Lord of Preston EarlAberdeen Earl of ofAberdeen ofAbfrdef1t
Aberdeen cousin of King < Edward a rela relative relaUve relative ¬
tive of Ladjr Lad Randolph Churchill and andnephew a anephew anepbn
nephew of Bishop Stanley of the Diocese Dioceseof DI DIof Dlof eeeg
of Central New ew York He claims Iatms Roches Rochester Rocheste Roc Rocter ¬
ter te England as his home and place of ofbirth orbirth o obirth t
birth and goes under the name of Harry HarryB II IIB
B Stanley Stanl y Ills fortune of an Immense Immenseamount Immeueamount
amount was recently Dtl1 inherited from an anaunt aaunt
aunt awl Includes Incl estates in London LondonDecide LotMIonIJechlcH
Decide to Take Tramp TrampHe TrumplIe
He WM 1 on his b way y tof to Wheeling heeling W YYa WVa IVVa
Va on a business trip and when whenNewark near nearNewark nearXe1ark
Newark Del became consumed with a adesire adesire
desire for a tramp through throu h the beautiful bawtltulcolIntn beautifulcountry beautifulcountry I
country Leaving the train be started on onfoot ORfoot
foot and Just at sunset Wednesday Wedne day June J Jl ass i
13 l ± found himself at the home of Joao Joseph JosephMcVey JoeepltfcVey ph
McVey at Calvert Md close to mMason the theMason thellalOll
Mason and Dixon line Just five miles milesfrom ml1eIIfrom milesfrom
from Oxford Seeing SfoefngOm some men painting paintinga peIati rag
a barn on the McVey XcYe place he yielded to tothe tothe t tthe o
the desire re for a glimpse e of the simple life lifeand Ufeand
and applied for a Job as a painter painterOfTern painterOffer painterilirers
Offer HIM HCTnrtl vn rd for untie IlrideHis IJrltltHI untieHis
His HI request uet was granted stan tfld and his em employer employfir emplover ¬
plover took him to board He offered oft red to togive togive t tgive o
give the son of his employer JlW I if he hewould hewould
would Introduce him to some of the young youngwomen OUng OUngwOlnen roan roanwanes S
women of the neighborhood who wool would wouldmake woUldmake d
make a suitable wife for a person m in his htecondition hiseoDdltion himcondition 1s
condition Young < McVey Immediately get getabout JetAbout ee eeabout t
about earning the JltOQ 1 IZQ and the follow foUowinc folio folioIn followlag
inc In Friday intrduced him to Alias Irene IreneClayton lrelMClayton Ire IreneClayton
Clayton daughter dau hter of the late William WilliamClayton WilliamClayton Will WillClayton larva
Clayton of Calvert substantial farmefolks farmer farmerfolks Carmerfolka r
folks reputed to 15 have several fine farms farmsand fArmsand far farand
and a comfortable amount of money
It seems to have been a case of iov love loveat loveat
at first sight and four days after hi hilordship his hislordship e
lordship arrived In this th neighborhood his hisengagement hisengagement hi hiengagement s
engagement to Miss Clayton was wa an announced 1Ulnou n nnounced ¬
nounced nou ed
Friends of Prisoner May In Take huntit Hand Handif UnlltlI 1
if I Lynching Inchlll Is I Attempted AttemptedSomervllle AttemlltedSOlMrvllle AttemptedSomerville
Somervllle N J June 21 2tJames 21 James Ryan Ryansuperintendent RyansUJIr1ntendent Ryansuperintendent
superintendent of the Somerset Woolen WoolenMills Wooie WooieMills n
Mills at RAritan was shot tonight by byJulius b bJulius bJulius y
Julius Reggie a mill operative whom whomRyan whomRyan who whoRyan m
Ryan discharged today toda Ryans woundare wounds woundsare wouoosare ma a
are not fatal fatalAbout fatalAbout fatalAbout
About i0S operatives peratlv surround the lock lockup lockup lockup ¬
up and threaten to lynch Reggie R 1e Aof A mob mobof moboC
of Reggaes fellowcountrymen are also alsoIn aJJIOIn ale alein
In waiting near the Jail and any attempt attemptto attempto b
to lynch the Italian will be met with withdesperate withdesptrate withdesperate
desperate resistanceThe resistance resistanceThe rNistanccThe
The RAritAn pollee force Is IttlJoJdlng holding oft oftthe orethe ol olmob
the theto mob and waiting for an opportunity opportunl Q
to transfer Reggie R e from the lockup to tothe totire t tthe °
the Somerset County Count Jail here Thelice The po ¬
lice have sent to the county authorities authorities111re
here for reenforcements re nrorcemnt8 to protect the theprisoner theprlMfer th thprisoner e
prisoner and a number of officers have hay haybeen
been hurricQ to the scene sceneEIGHTY sceneEIGHTY
Only Two Persons Perlo I Saved When hcn Santiago Snntlo Santi Snntiago ¬
ago o o Goes Down in 511I01lSantiago SquallSantiago Squall SquallSantiago
Santiago Chile June 24 J4Elght 2lEighty Eighty persons personswere personswere personwere 8
were were drowned when the Pacific Steam SteamNavigation Ste SteaNavigation m mNRvJgation
Navigation Companys coasting steam steaniship steamship steamship
ship Santiago a vessel of1156 of 1366 tons trading trad trading trnd trndIng ¬
ing between Panama and the southern southerncoast southernCMUJt southe southecoast rn
coast of Sauth America was wrecked wreckedIn wrek wrekin ed
In a heavy squall fifty miles north of ofCorral otCorral o oCorral t
Corral One passenger and one office ofllceralone otfteeralono officealone r
alone were saved savedsummer saved savedSummer eel eelSummer
Summer Tourists Hates Rotc via In Baltimore Baltimorennd IJnlUmorennil Ilaltimorand e
and Ohio OhioOn OhioOn OhioOn
On sale dally to Jersey seashore resorts re reeor reeorAdiropdaek ts
Adirondack Mountains Northern New Ne w
York New England Canadian provinces
Nova Scotia Allegheny Mountains r rsorts re resorts re reIOrts ¬
sorts also to many Western points ponts I Iyou if ifyou Ifou t
you ou are contemplating a rail or Ovate water r
tour for pleasure or or recreation consul coiwultagents colHmltftgntB consulagents rt t
agents at 1417 HI G st 619 19 Pa ave or sta s ta ¬
tion N J ave and C Cst St for rates ratesroutes rattS rateroutes
routes c They The will be helpful to you OU
Sea of Prominent Atlanta La Inwcr vjcr Slain Slainon Slainau
on Iiciirnlon 1 CllrJlIIl Train TrainLa fralnLa rrelnLa
La Grange Ga June 241n W tI In a riot onsat on onan onexcuratiolt
an excurstloa train Hal Br llrhwgta wster the son sonof tIOftof sonof
of CbL c L P H Brewster Bn r of AtMjrta was wasshot wuIbot wasshot
shot and killed by negroes this afternoon afternoonJust afternoonJust aAernoonjust
Just before the train reached La Orange OrangeThe GranpThe OrangeThe
The excursion was from At Atls Athuita its to LaGrange La LaGrange LaGran
Grange < and the train was crowded nO many manyof manyoC manyof
of the excursionists being < niatots eIr Just Justbefore Jtatbefore Justbefore
before the train reached Jftcb here h re brewsterhad irewster irewsterbad rewllter rewllterhad
had some words with French earlynegro early a anegro ane5ro
negro In regard to the poseraslen JIO poeeaea of a ahat abat ahat
hat which was claimed elahn by another negroOthers negro negroOthers nepoOthers
Others toek part in the tr trouble able and andthe andt andthe
the t train was soon In an uproar There Therewas Therewas
was 11 a movement to throw Early fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the train when he drew the pistol tot and andshot antishot andshot
shot Brewster through tile heart heartThe IINrLThe heartThe
The negro fired several other shota shotawounding hotswounding botawoundlD
wounding < two more persons and thenleaped then thenleaped thenleaP
leaped from the tb train lie lielate was captured capturedlate capturedlate
late thai t afternoon n and Jailed There Is Istalk Ietalk i1talk
talk of lynchingCoL IYIldaIngCol lynching tyaebingCol
CoL Bre Brewster ft the tether of the dead deadman
man 11 te the leading Jeedt h dlea laws lawyer r of otW ofbees AdMftta AdMfttabrine
brine W a member of the firm of 01wlltft Dosavy
Brrwster wlltft A Howell counsel for the theutMrn t tonthern
Southern utMrn Railway RailwaySHOOTS RailwaySHOOTS
Pittsburg Steel Expert Seeks Life of ofLevi ofLevi o f
Levi De Wolf WolfCntue WolfCause WolfCntJ
Cause CntJ e for Attack I lit Shrouded in in3Iy InJIterJlnJ I IMysteryMnj °
3Iy JIterJlnJ tery 3InJ Hnrpcr IIn rper Locked Up Upnnd UIJanti Upand
anti Hall Refused IlcfiiNcdPlttflbwrg neCIIHellptt
Plttflbwrg ptt June 2JA bitter feud thE tbeexact Menet
exact cause of which te shrouded m III mys mystery mltelY ¬
term tola afternoon culminated ea1mIDatflllln in a Aattempt des desperate ¬
potato attempt on the part el f MaJ T TLemuel TlAItIueI
Lemuel Harper one of the most promi prominent IIOIft1nent prom promteat ¬
nent steel men m III this city to kill k l Le LeDe Levi LeviDe IAlYIDe
De Welt probably the wealthiest and andbest andiNwt
best known Hebrew In Pittsborg PittsborgThe Pitblb1lr Pitblb1lrThe
The shooting took place In De Wolfs Wolfsoffice Wolrsomc Wolrolce
omc office in the Columbia Bank Building Buildingand Bulldln Bulldlnand Buildingend
and has caused the greatest Nat t sensation in inyettis InYeIIl8 i iyedra a
yettis Back of the shooting hootIa Is said to tobe tolJ t o
be a great social scandal scandalMaj scandalMaj
Maj Harper was armed with Ith two re revolvers re reulvers ¬
volvers when he entered tertd De Wolfs wolr ofllce ofllcea o i iaCe
aCe few minutes after S oclock
a this after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and began firing ftrln < at once o De Wolf Wolfand Wolland its i i
and AdolphuB E Adams another broker brokergrappled brolrergraltPlfll brokergrappled
grappled with Harper and after a aJHte des doetomato desperate ¬
perate tomato battle be wa wu disarmed The police policewere policewere
were summoned and Harper was locked lockedup lockedup lock ed
up and ban refused refneedThe refusedThe rUMd rUMdThe
The prisoner te resident secretary of the thefamous tbetamous t ht htAmerican e
famous American Republican Club He Hewas Hewu ih e
was for man many years superintendent of the tbeJ theI
I J Painter A t Sons ate steel l mills mil and later lateracted lateracted late lateacted r
acted as district dletrietrnatuager manager for the Ameri American American Amerlcan ¬
can Steel HoopCompany hoop Company He te coned conederect considered COMhIered ¬
ered an expert in the maanutacturesteel maanufacture of ofsteel ofst a > t
steel steelDe st steelDe eI eIDe
De Wolf the intended victim ietiDI of Har Harpers HarJlrs ¬
pers wrath tth Is I a brother of Mrs its J JGttfllkC M MGuskoy 3 3Guakey 1
Guskoy GttfllkC and is also a leading member Jne of ofthe orthe o othe t
the Americus Club Just how the trouble troublebetween troublebftweffi troublbetween e
between the two men started > cannot be belearned belearned
learned Both B th refuse to talk talkThe talkTilt
The first outbreak between betw R the men occurved oc occurred occurred ¬
curred In the Amerieus Club a week ago agoAt agoAt
At that time MaJ Iaj Harper in the heat of ofan ofan o oan
an argument called De Wolf a vita vitaname ytlonAme vii viiname o
name Blows were struck Former State StateSenator StAteSenator Stab StabSenator
Senator W 11 r A Magee interfered and took tookMaj tookIAJ too
Maj IAJ Harper out of th t the club This after afternoon nCt4rnoon afternoon ¬
noon De Wolf was seated in his ofllce ofllcetalking o 1ee 1eetalkln
talking talkln to Broker Adams when Harper Harperentered Harperent Harpsentineal r
entered ent ntl The major whipped two revol revotviers revolvers revolvers ¬
vers from his pockets and stepping to toward to1ard toRani ¬
ward De Wolf 0 said Are you prepared pre prepared preperNl ¬
pared paredWithout perNlWithout
Without waiting for a a reply repl he started startedto startedto start startto
to tire De Wolf sprang at Harper Harperwhile Harperwhile Harperwhile
while Adams caught eau ht the Infuriated ma man manabout manabout
about the legs For fully five minutes the themen themen t p is ismen
men fought five shots being fired during duringthe duringthe Burl Burlthe ag
the encounter Fortunately all of the thebullets thebullets th thbullets age e
bullets wont wild lodging in the ceili ceiliand celling cellingand telUngand
and wall Finally Harper was overpow overpowered overpowered overpoweyed ¬
ered and disarmedMARINE disarmed disarmedMARINE dIsarmedMARINE
C 11 V Cane Falls More ore Thnn One Hun Hundred lIuotIrctl ¬
dred Feci at Navy Yard YardNew YnrtlNew YardNow
New York June tc 24 C W it r Case a ma marine marine metine ¬
rine on the battle ship Connecticut now In Indry Indr i n
dry dr dock No 3 at tbe Brooklyn rookl n Navy NavyYard NayYarn Nay y
Yard was instantly InstantJ killed today toda by byfalling b bfalling
falling from the deck to o the bottom of the thedock thedoek th e
dock a distance of more more than 160 feet footHe feetHe feetHe
He had Just been called for guard dut dutwhere duty dutywhere dutrwbere y
where the accident occurred and it 4 is issupposed Issuppo S
supposed suppo cd was not thoroughly awake and andmistook andmIstook an anmistook d
mistook J shadow on the port side of the theship theship th e
ship for the gangplank on the starboard starboardaide starboardAide etnrboa rd
aide Caso enlisted from Trenton N No J Jfour Jfour Jfour
four years ago and had a good record recordStore re oroStore
Store Your our Valuable nlllnhll Silverware SilverwareIn
In the special vaults of Union Trust Co
1414 F st where absolute protection te In Insured Insurt t tanted n ¬ I
anted surt > d Wagons will call at your our home upon uponrequest Uponr upo uporcqucst nn n
request r uest Very reasonable re onable rates
Glen Echo J cho Officials Believe It ItCase ItCase Ii I ICase
Case of f Foul Play PlayPOCKETS PlayPOCKETS 3
IttMimlnn of C Unidentified UnllentJ ecl White hlte Mat MnnDiscovered JlnnDIcocretI 31n MatDiscovered
Discovered About Half n Mile MileAliovc JUlchoe Mul MulAbove e
Above hoe Cnliln John BridgeLelawith nrldcre I1rlcheItUIr I1rlcheItUIrwIth Letter Letterwith r
with Writing rJtIIlI Obliterated Only OnlyClew OnlT OnlTClew bnl bnlClew
Clew to Identity Identlt of Victim VictimMayer VictimMayer Ictlm IctlmXayw
Mayer John A Garrett of Glen Glossateoatpanled Echo Echoaccompanied Edaonted EchODeputy
accompanied nted by Marshal Collins COIU Chief ChiefDeputy CbteCDetNl Ohio OhioEchO
Deputy Shaw tar Brown Brvwn Boacoe Reeke Reekeand BedHtan4 Rosbend
and a nd Mlltard caldwell about 1 o oWes oclock octodtUtIlI oclockthis clock
this morning mornJ found the body of ofdfftUf1e4 an a uni unidentified m el ¬
dentified white mm In the river a short shortdistance IbGrtdlstalKe shoe shoeistance
distance d dI above Cabin John Bridge B Every Everyindication Ever EYerIndlraUon Everndication y
indication I points to foul play playMayor playMayor playMayor
Mayor Garrett Ga t said hi that about 11 oclock oclocklast ocloelrtaft ocloeleft k
last night H S S S Barbour of tbe National NationalMuseum Nationalueewa NationsMuseum iloml
Museum ueewa called at his home and told toldwhile him himthat bbnthat
that while canoeing up the river about aboutan aboutan shoe t
an hour previously he had seen what whatlooked whatlooted wits
looked to him like the body of a man manwashed eat eatwashed n nwuh
washed wuh upon a rock rockAs rockAs
As soon as the th mayor could marshal his hisforces hisforcH h hfetes b
forces he started 1Ud out In a boat ad andseeded pro proceeded proeMCIed ¬
seeded up the river in the direction In Indicated In IndkalfId 1 n ¬
dicated by Mr Barbour and nd by making makineamut makingcareful ma macareful <
careful scrutiny ef f every rock and crevice crevicealong erevltealons nevi 5 5along
along the shore the body was fitull finally finallydiscovered finallytlJMovered I Idltmrerad
discovered washed up against a rock rockabout rockabout roc rocabout k
about half a mile from Cabin John JohnBridge JobnBrIttJe Joh JohBridge a
Bridge It was towed to the th shorethere shore and andthere andtMre
there a caret carotid ul examination of it Itmad was wasmade II IImade
made madIocketpc
Pockets Turned Inside Out OutWith OatWIth OutWith
With one exception all the pockets packetsthe of ofthe orthe
the mans mall clothing were turned inside insideout InsideOl1t la laoat
out indicating plainly that robbery robberybeen had hadbeen hadbeen
been committed committedThe committed committedThe committedThe
The mans as head was badly h8dl battered In Ina Ina I Ia
a manner which 1b h Mayor Garrett said he hedoes hecIoe
does not believe resulted re from coming in incontact Incontact I Icontact
contact with rocks after the in
body was 8 m mthe i ithe
the water It Is rather the opinion of ofmayor the themayor thfma1or
mayor that the stranger was struck struckthe on onthe onthe
the head with ith some blunt instrument and andthen all4ithen as asthen d
then after being robbed the body a was wasthrown wuthron as
thrown into the river riverIn riverIn
In the one pocket f fturned ken which had not been beenturned beenturned
turned inside out was found an envelopcontaining envelope envelopecontaining envelopecontaining pe
containing a letter but the address on onth onthe
th the envelope enyel pe and the writing in the let letter letter Is Ister t tig ¬
ter itself had been obliterated by the ac action action a c ¬
tion of the water The only marks mark d dis discernible discernible ig ¬
cernible on the envelope was part of the thepostmark thepoetmArk t tpostmark he heae
postmark which bore the date AJuae AJuaeU tJu June June1JOi ae
Tr U 1JOi 710iAccording W WAccording
According to the mayor ma or the body was wasthat wruthat w
that of a man about thirtyfive years yea old oldMayor oldayor o oMayor td
Mayor ayor Garrett notified Mti ed the coroner who whowill wh a awill tdho ho
will summon a jury Jur at 9 oclock th15 th15morning th tk tkmorning
morning to make an investigation of the theMRS thecalle t tcase he
case calle1IrnS
sJVlfc ltic lfc o of Millionaire Coffee Co tree Dealer DealerPnsucs DcalerIn Dcnl Dcnl1nsscs cr
Pnsucs In elt Awny Ann Suddenly SuddenlyNew SUlhlrol SUlhlrolNI SuddenlyNew
New NI York Juno 34 IIaf Mary Alice Keer KeerArbuckle KecrArbuckle Ks KsArbuckle e
Arbuckle wife of John Arbuckle the mil millionaire mll1i0DAIre m mhfonaire 11 ¬
lionaire coffee > e dealer died suddenly on onSunday ORSunday ° n
Sunday at the summer home of the family familyat fAmlliat farm farmat 1
at Lake Mohawk She left her home atClinton at Stt SttClinton IJ5Clinton
Clinton avenue on Friday Frhl to spend the theseason theeuon t tseason he 9
season at Lake Mohawk and was in h her herusual Jlerusual or r
usual good health at the time timeShe tltneShe timeShe
She was born In Plttsburg Pa where whereher whereiter vvhe vvheher re 9
her marriage to Mr Arbuckle took pia piaOn place placeOn placeOn ce
On coming to Brooklyn In 1S72 she Joined JoinedPlymouth JoinedPbmouth join joinPlymouth ed
Plymouth Church with her husband and andwas andwas a awas
was one of the most active members membersRev membersRe membersRev
Rev Re Dr mills will officiate at the fu funeral funeral f u ¬
neral services at her late home In Brook Brooklyn Brookhn Broe Broelyre k ¬
lyn tomorrow afternoon and the inter interment Interment int er ¬
ment will be at Plttsburg PittsburgEIGHT PlttsburgEIGHT PltlsburgEIGHT
Express Train Plunges Pllln es Into Freight Frel ht nt ntiiprlngflcld ntprloltfie1 atSpringneltl 1
iiprlngflcld JIm JImSprlngfield MassSpringfield Mass MassSpringfield
Springfield Mass June 24 UElght Eight peo peowere people peoplewere peoplewere pie e
were injured two of them seriously serious In inwreck a awreck aw a
wreck w l on the the New York New N6 Haven and andHartford andHartford a aHartford d d
Hartford Railroad at the foot of Union Unionstreet Unionstreet Unt on n
street this city this afternoon The col collision col1i ¬
lision 1i km was as between lJef een the noon express out outof outof
of New York due here at 311 and andfreight a afreight nfreight 1
freight train which was being back backed backedonto backedonto esi 1
onto a siiingThe sluing sluingThe sJ1lngThe
The express train was twenty mina minutes minuteslate minuteslate tes s
late but had the right of ofnay way and the theofficials theofI1elals t he a
officials of the rond are Investigating why w by y
the freight was switched swltcherLonto onto tbe main maintrack mnlntrack rat rattrack in a
track trackSSOO
SSOO 7800 to Seattle Wash nllh Also Califor California CnllforI1ln Calif Califrein ot ¬
rein Paints and Return ReturnBaltimore lteturnBaltimore ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio June 29 to JulyLiberal July JulyLiberal J ly i iLiberal
Liberal limits and stopovers Consult Consultagents C Cons nsult nsultagents tilt t
agents 1417 G st at 619 Pa ave and station stationN stationN stati statiN on
N J ave and C Cst st at for particulars I It
C E Brown Arrested in ButtCf ButtCfIVnnted Butte nuttenntell Butte11nnted
IVnnted nntell in Blooiniiigton 111 IllButte 111Butte 111Butte
Butte Mont June 24 tC C E E Brown BrownWM Brownmy Brownwas
WM arrested arre ted last night on a charge of ofvagrancy ofgrAney ofvagrancy
vagrancy vagrancy grAney and upon being I g picked up made madea
a a a statement that he was 8 wanted at atBktomington AtBloomington atBloomington
Bloomington IH for embezzling a arrom Btt Bttfrom
from the Big Four Railroad while whileoaefeler whilecashier blle blleoaeWe
cashier about six months ago agoInvestigation agoIntlltfgaUon agoInvestigation
Investigation today brought brou ht the infor inferraation information InforJDIItJon ¬
mation from Bloomington tmt theft Browntold Brown Browntold BroWRtold
told the truth and he will ill be taken back backto bIekto beakto
to Illinois He had been working hi a agrading asradlAg
grading camp on the Milwaukee Rail Railrwuteast RatlnNldeut Railread
rwuteast read east of ButteBIG Butte ButteBIG Butt ButtBIG
Contrite for Structural Iron and Rails RailsReceived HallIlecrhtli Ilallsitecelred
Received by Plttsliiirs Mills MillsPlttsburg JliJlHPlltebu1l MillsPittsburg
Plttsburg June 24Withln the pastseventytwo past pastseventytwo t tlMtftJttytwo
seventytwo hours more than 140M 10 tons ton tonee Amesof tonsof
of structural Iron work to be used In InNew InNew InNew
New York has been contracted for with withPittaburg withPftlaburc withPittsburg
Pittaburg firms firmsIn firm firmIn ArmsIn
In addition to the 1MM It tons of steel steelrails steelmalls HI HIrails
rails for next year ordered by the Kansas KansasCity KauuCUr KansasCity
City Southern Soutbftn South ra the Santa Fe Railroad Railroadhas RaA RaAbaa Railroadhag
has ordered K089 1 tons from the Laeka Laekawanna Lacka1r8nna IAeitawanra
wanna Steel S I Company making about about4i
4000 4i tons for this road in all allLORDS aULORDS allGET
Premier Introduces Intro uces Resolu nesolutiOll Besoluo Resolution ¬
tiOll Curbing CuibinbBALFOUR o Power PowerBAIFOUR PowerBALFOUR
Radical R Proposal Mnde lade T by y the Illi Illiernl 1lhcrnl Llhertnl
ernl Government In Lower House HOHBCLender lJoulielcRlhr HouseLeather
Lender of Minority Pearl for Stn StnMlity Stnhillt Stnhilily
Mlity of InMittitloii In CUtitlol1l if Reform ReformMcnxurc Reformlenurc ReforitMeasure
Measure Should He Pawned PawnedTendon InHtetiIondon PassedC PassedLondon
Tendon June 241n In the bore of orDI com commons
moos DI today the prime minister SIr SIrlieDI r rHenry
Henry CampbeUBannermaa Cam UBannermaa moved morelollowing toe toefollowing thefollowfn 1
following f < resolution rMOlutlonTbat rtyolutloaThat
That In order to give effect to theuse the win wmor
of the people as expressed ex by their elected electedpower electedrepretleDtatlVa electedepresentatives
repretleDtatlVa r it h neeeuary that the theporer thepower e
power of the other home to alter 81 or airjest re reJect re rejeet
jest Mite passed by this home b should be beso be beo
so s o restricted by law aa to secure that thatwithin that that11thln
within the limits of a single parliament parliamentthe patllaMeRtthe pardaatamthe t
the final decision of o toe hawse BOOM of eem eemme eHIsha twatmeat
me meat s shag sha prevail prevailSpeaking prevaUSpHJt prevailSpeaking
Speaking SpHJt of the resolution Sir Henry Henrysaid HmfTthe Iien ry
said the House of Lords had passed passednearly paIfteltrly
nearly all the measures introduced intrsdnoedpuny by > the theparty tileparty
party now la opposition to the lam Par ParUalnent Parllantla4 j jliament
liament and he called upon the House Huewit Homeswitneem ted tedwitness
witness wit the transformation that clotimmediately ocean ocelllled ocelllledbDJDecIIately ° ed edimmediately
immediately the Liberal party came 11 Into Into0fuC9 0 0oItce
0fuC9 0fuC9He oItceHe oficeHe
He said the situation had hadat been aggra aggravated ¬
voted at by the part taken by Mr Balfour Balfourwho Balfourw1io
who who spoke for a tOIII tOIIIMIHIIty comparatively rrlal mall mallminority
minority in I the Home of OMalnoM 1IuuiUt bUt Twrthad bUthad
had h ad effective control in the other House HouseArthur HoueArthur houseArthur
Arthur Balfour the leader of the ° oppo opposition oppo8It1oft ° ¬
sition who followed follow ventured to suggest suggestthat ucltthat rag
that the government might bt at any time timemake timeke ti
make ke an appeal to the house e of lords lordswhich Iordawblch kordato
which occupied oceu a position subordinate to tothe totIM
the house of commons and the question questionwas queRlenwu q qwas naestbtt
was whether K should be made more sub subordinate subordinate su b ¬
ordinate o stilt stiltIf IItfILIf
If the hOUR of commons was not to tobe to1M
be prevented from doing everytJai ererytAlrwished everything It Itwished ItwIIIbe4 I
wished the question was whether in one oneday otIeday
day institutions might not be bewhich onset onsetwhich up etrJaleh
which rJaleh bad taken tall centuries turteli to far farwhich ear 1 and andwhich and1bkb
which 1bkb once destroyed could never ver be berestored beretttOftd
restored r He thought there could be bebetter no nobetter noHUer
better chamber than tba this subordinate sebofdle te tesanely as assembly asMIIIbl7 ¬
sanely the house of lords lordsALLISON lord lordALLISON
Senator Recover health and Is Bx Bxpcctvil ExDeetetl l i x
pcctvil to t ° Fight 1 Iht fur Sent SlntCoun SrntCouncil
Council Coun U Bluffs Iowa June M 45onator 45onatorAllison 4 = Senator SenatorAllison Sent or
Allison is as strong and hearty h artJ and andread andreadp as asready
ready read for the race for the United States StatesSenate StJltellSenate e
Senate as a one could wish for Thus Thusspoke ThUlflJIOke Thu Thuspoke e
spoke National COmmItteeman ErnestHut Ernest E EHart E EHart
Hart after a visit with the Iowator Iowa Senator Senator Sena ¬
tor at his home hem in Dubuque today todayIn todarIn todayIn
In my talk with the Senator said lei Mr MrHart lrHart r
Hart naturally the conversation turned turnedon turnedon to tined
on the Senatorshtp SenatorshtpSome SenatorsblPSome
Some of my friends think that I Iought Ioqbt
ought to announce my candidacy said saidthe aidthe sal d
the Senator nator but heretofore during the themany themany t
many years I have served the people peopleIowa of ofIowa ofIowa t
Iowa at Washington I have refrained refrainedfrom reCrainMfrom d
from doing d ng so If I find red that such a acourse a18e
course 18e Is advisable I shall certainly do doCOME doCOME
Illinoisan and His Wife Will Vis Visit VisitWashington VisitWa It
Washington Wa i gton Soon SoonStarted SoonStnrtetl
Started May 3IR 9 anti Have Reached ReachedAevr Itenchcde Renebcleer d
leer e York Yorlllnn Plnn to Cnll on onDaughter onDaughter
Daughter Here HereNevr HereNew
New York June 11Arthur 51 stArth Arthur Judson Jwonhis and andhte
his wife who left Rock Island III 1M 1Mmites 110Inlies
mites the other side of Chicago on May Ma Ia y
8 In a buggy bu U for a drive to Washington WashingtonD Wuhl 1aehittgtoD on onD q
D C arrived in Hoboken a few feweda days denago
ago and will resume re ume their Journey journeyhint be be behind
hind their fouryearold bay trutreMs trutreMsMack mare May MayMack MayMack y
Mack at S oclock tomorrow to morrow morning lOOmingT1te
They T1te are going to the National Copt Capital Capitalto teal
to visit their daughter and to do a little littlesightseeing littleslgh Ott e
sightseeing slgh ing on the aideMr side sideMr sideIr
Mr Ir Judson Jud on te fiftyseven years yearsand ears oM oMand oldAnd
and Is as sound as a dollar He was wasborn wasborn
born up In the woods of Harlem and a abig abig
big hankering came over him to return returnto returnto retail n
to the East and see how things thl were weregetting we wegetting weregetUn o J
getting along alongHe alongHe alongHe
He sold out his business a ag H coat coattor contrac contractor contractor tttc ¬
tor and builder in Rock Island Isia 1d hitched hitchedup hitchedup hitc hitcup
up May Iay Mack Iack the pride of his heart heart a astarted and andstarted andstarted
started out in his buggy b with Mrs rs J Jud Judson u 4 4son
son Intending to make the trip by easy easystages easystages ea eastages ueY eY Y
stages and to see all that was to be seen S Se eon
We e have traveled about 1100 miles he het
t said Ud dtoda today and we have had a glorious g glom rl0U8 rl0U8time i011B
time We found good roads all the wayMr way a aIr
Mr Ir Judson said that after his menu return returnfrom returnfrom rn rnan
from Washington he proposes to buy buyacre an anacre anacre
acre or two of land aomewhlre IOmewh re betw between betweenNew betweenNew
New York City Cit and Yonk Yonkers rs and a will willbuild 1 11
build a home for his old age a e eJlnrk
R R3Inrk
Nark Tivnln Going Goln to Bnnquct I1nnquctLondon
London June 24 4Mark Mark Twain has hasaedpted hi s
accepted the invitation of the to lord lordmRyor rd rdon
mayor of Liverpool to a banquet on onJpl In 1
Jjily Jpl 10 10flOO 10gtdlo
flOO 100 Frederick KecilyavIIIc Antle Antletnm AntIetnm Anti Antiism s
tnm JlaiRcritoivn I11i cr fwn n and Return ReturnLeave ItcturnL8vt
Leave Baltimore t Ohio station Wash Washington YallbIngton Was Wasfngton h
ington S30 a m Sunday Sunda June W Plenty Plentyt Pion py
of room for every ery one and a magnificent magnificentopportunity magnlftcentopportunt rat t
opportunity to spend a delightful day in inthe i I
the country dt small expense ex expenset nse
No N o Difficulty Experienced in inSelecting inSelecti illSelectillo
Selecting Selecti Selectillo g Jury JuryDEFENDANT J Jllr JllrEFENDANT urJT urJTDEFENDAN1
Accused A ccuscl Shows Xo K 0 Signs of ofEmotion ofEmotion ofEmotion
Emotion While rhilc Testifying TestifyingCourt lcstifYingCourt
Court Adjourns t1Jollrn During Argument Argument of ofCounsel ofC01l1lel atCounsel
Counsel of Admission dmlldoll of Bvidence BvidenceOffered IEIdeneeOffered Itlenet ItlenetOIYercl1
Offered uy 11 lrlllonerProltecuJon 1rlsonerProseentlouIrores Prisoner lrlllonerProltecuJonItroes Prosecution ProsecutionProve
Prove the Killing of o Vomit Ollll Vic Victim yltthR lc lcline ¬
tim and WIHJBe IlLDe In the Position to toKorce toIloree toPuree
Puree Defense to Show Its It Hand HandLOVIWGESTES HandLOVlNeESTES HandLOVING
Date of shooting IlumUnlArnU April 22 1007 10071Ince 1007Ilnttfn 1001iIneein
1Ince Ilnttfn In a box enr nr nt Oak OakHlrtitc OnitIthhrr Oaklodge
lodge Yn YnSlayer Y YmnIxJlltllte a aSlayeriSxJudge
Slayer mnIxJlltllte ISxJiiilKC AVIIlInm G GLoving GlolnJ Gloving
Loving one of f the heatknown men menIn IRcnIn meain
In Virginia Virginiairmber tirantnFictionTheodore rJllIla rJllIlaYlcllm1heolore
Ylcllm1heolore EIotel also n nInfHlJter amcmlter
irmber of out of Virginia Ir lnln oldest oldcntfamilies ollielltfIIII11oI oldestfanilBes
families fanilBesCasverke familiesrnH fIIII11oIfJlHIIrk
rnH fJlHIIrk c The alleged Ict maltreatment mlirtrentinentof
of Ml Jiiu i RlUnheth Levins IATIR by b Hates Hatesivblle I listeschile Itc Itc1I1It
chile 1I1It nut nt driving drivingIWe rlJhln rlJhlnlrtcc drlvlnigIincc
IWe lrtcc ef trlsiliosten trtnl trlRlJlo HoHNten lt8 Halifax HalifaxCmintv URUfnxCellot IlalifazCouncl
Cmintv Vn the secured ha having laadngobCRlnrcl havingobtained vine vineobtained
obtained n change of venue venueIreiding VCHIICProjildlnf CRUC CRUClreNltlln
Projildlnf lreNltlln JH JMti jatigeW e e W It Barks Barkstin nrk nrktlalp Harksdale
tin dale tlalpIrohfthfe daleIrolrahle I p
ProbnMe defense defenseThe The unrrrH unrrrHten un1TrHten unn rit ritten
ten law lawSpecial It lawtlpeeiel
Special to The WMbteftoB Ru ttoa taa HmM HmMHouston BeaI4HOU8toa ilentdHoustonYs
Houston HoustonYs oVa VL June Juo itJudge 4J William Williaman WilliamG
G Loving of N1 co County was placed plactden placeden
en trial here today for the murder of ofTheodore o o1beodon oTheodore
Theodore Bates E8tM at Oak Ridge last lastApril lastApril
April A pril EL ELNo 2ZNo ft fto
No o difficulty was experienced ced in the se selection seIeetIon melection ¬
lection of a Jury during the morning fu ssston fusion II IIRon ¬
Ron while whU hi the afternoon the State Statecompleted StateeompIfted
completed the present prixentaths lUon of its evi evidence 11denee ¬
dance to two hours and the accused wa waplaced 1Iaon <
placed on the stand as the first witnessfor witness Itnts Itntsror
for fee defense defenseThe tlefe1l8enJe
The State Stat introduced a cloUD of the thesixtyfour th th8Ixtffour lispaxtTtout
sixtyfour witnesses who had been sum summoned summoned
moned in making its direct examination examinationand examinationand examinationand
and ntfeJs number no new facts wr wradduced w rr rradduced r radduced >
adduced The two colored men wh whwere whwen whywere
were at the car at the time of the shoot shooting ahoriIII ¬
ing lu < g told of seeing Judge Loving < approach approachthat approadthat
that tiles JIIt was informed of the fact anti anaalso antiaim antialso
also that Loving had a shotgun shotgunTells shotgunTells n nTell
Tells Tell of Mstew SheotiHjSates 5h Sheeting SheetingF oURJ oURJBate
Sates F stet said the witnesses made no at attempt atto atempt ¬
tempt t empt to conceal hJneeif b and old not try tryto tryto tryto
to to get out of the ear paying absolutely Iatet > eiy no noattention noattftatIGD noackrtbr
attention to the action OD t C Judge Loving Lovinghey
They The T hey told how Judge Lortnj Lovla Jud Itutd entered enteredthe entEre1the eatere 1
the car a made a a remark W stee etea about aboutUklag aboutthe abmutaking
Uklag t th the ladles eMIt drivtgg and dru drugmg dJtbe d u uliiaS
gmg them tbe and then firing a load of o biK biKshot buri buriabot buithot >
shot s hot into the boy as be stood with hisands his hishands 113 113bands
hands h uplifted upliftedEstes upliftedbell upliftedEstes
Estes bad made a protestation to the thejudge thejudle
judge but had not been heeded the irate iraiofather irat iratfather
father f raising the gun a second time ad adfiring l au 1 1ftrI
firing the remaining charge into the young youngmans youngans 01Jlg 01Jlg6If
m mans 6If ans neck Deek almost
severing his head headEMes h > I IE8tea
EMes fell to the floor and died in a few fewmomenta ffW ffWInt
momenta momentaRussell Int momentaR11tseU
Russell R U C Brown Brow a little ltte white whi b btold k kto
told to of o hearing M the te reports rpr of o the t gun gn gnJu f fseeing
seeing Ju Judge Loving jorh > < lf leave the t car and andof a nJ nJo
of o his hl breaking bkdw down the t gun I and a throw throwtag thrwtbe throwleg
tag the shells a helh on o the t ground u These TbpBeby Theseboy t thoy > <
boy by picked pked up and a gave them t to t the te offi officers omc oftdcars ¬
cars c when they tt asked for them themThe t themThe
The Te officer ome who wh arrested astl Judge Levins Levinstold Ln Lnt Lovir Lovirtold
told t of o taking k possession n of o the te gun ivt ivtof n no rf
of o o f the t finding fln of o o four fo loaded I shells ab in n rs rsovercoat r
overcoat 8 o pocket pk All l these the were w proem pruel pruelJ i iin in
in J I n court cur along allf with wit the th gun K and t tclothing t a alothing <
clothing cllD c Sates Ees wore at the th time tb of + m mshooting lo loItt
shooting Itt These gory p relics rI taus caused c UI + d i ishudder
shudder au when wh they tb were Wf displayed displayedundergarmeata ct
undergarmeata uHln being bO literally Ileny perform performby pror prorb
by b the buckshot bubo which the cartricU cartricUcontained cartric cartriccontalDed <
contained When the last of the dtz d dlzj dlzjwltnftleel > zn znwitnesses n nwitnesses
witnesses had been heard Attorney Attome W WBouMin WIl WIlBouldin Wo WoBouldin < >
Bouldin arose and made the brief state statement ata atalII
meat mentThe lII t tThe
The prosecution rests l8t Its case caseDefense cueD
Defense D ftlUle Not ot Viureimred ViureimredThe tlItlr L nprepnred llreti llretiThe
The announcement annou m t came ealD as a surprises surprirto surprit surprisesbo
to the spectators and to the defense defenseChough dftT dftTfbouP
Chough the defense vas not wholly ui uiprepared uprepared ma maprepared
prepared to hear the announcement Thaithe That Thatthe Tht t tthe
the other witnesses ees will be called in re rebuttal fbuttel rebnttal ¬
buttal hi known and the belief I f exists at atthis athis it ittbls
this t his time that strong efforts are to he bemade hemade hemade
made to discredit tome of the statemns statemlnSwhich atatemenawhich statemnswhich
which are to be lbde made by the defense defenseIt enBe enBeIt
It may be that an attack on Miss Lay LovIngs LnvI Laytags
tags I evldea evidence evIMlMe e will be 1 made but this th l Can Cannot an anROt ¬
not be stated sta ed with tet certainty cert iEmiy t7 The pros proscation proseutIoo
cation Is in the position of having bavtnsprod bavtnsprodkoone bavlngpronltae prol prolthe
the killing and will be able to force the thedefense i ikeue hr hr8t
8t defense eunte to play its hand before the State Statela StateIa
la Called to put in rebuttal rebuttalWe rebuttalWe rebuttalWe
We will call Judge William G Loving Lovingas lin linas
as the tbeftr first t witness for the defense an announced annouaced annouaced ¬
nouaced John L 1 I Lee who is I leading in athe inthe n ntbe
the t he case though < h Aubrey AQ y E > Strode is issenior h hieIdor isentor
senior m counsel coun el Judge Loving 10 arose e with withcalmness 1itheabalHU withcalmness
calmness and deliberation walked ovr ovrto fJrto ovrto
to the clerks desk desk and listened to the theoath theoath theoath
oath He imprinted a kiss on the Hi Hiturned Po Poturned > >
turned and walked coolly Iy to the witnee wit witn witnala no nostand
stand ala Rd His counsel coun el asked him concernirg
his age residence occupation family r rlations r rlations ronions
lations and settled back to listen to hs hsnarration 19narratloa isnarration
narration narration of the facts in connection wit witthe ith iththe it 1 1the
the shooting shootingAnmc ehtXtlngnmclt
Anmc nmclt of Jurors Announced AnnouncedJudge nnouncetl nnouncetlJudse
Judge Loving after aft saying 10 < that he had hadpracticed hadpracticed
practiced law been to the general assem assembly a88EmbiT asaembly ¬
bly and was now manager mana r of the estate estateof tstateor estateof
of Thomas Thom F Ryan D of New York took tookup tookup
up the matter of being bei toM of the alleged allegedconduct aegedconduct
ewtslnctof conduct of young Estes toward his daugh daughter daughter ¬
ter Miss Elizabeth Loving LovI while out outdrlvlnl
driving Sunday afternoon April 21 He Hesaid 1101I31d liesaid
said that this information had come to tohtm tohim
him through Harry Sneed has brotherin bretberinW brotherinlaw brotherinlaw
law W who had come into possession of ofthem otthem ofthem
them while at Lovingston LovInptonSneed
Sneed had declared that he believed it itto itto
to be his duty dut to tell the girls father > r of ofwhat orwbat
what he had been told and he did so after aftera akra
a great deal of hesitation hesitationJudge belltaUoaJudge hesitationJudge
Judge Loving had barely more than thanstarted thaastartNi
started a recital of what Sneed had saidwhen said saidwhen saidwhen
when the State interposed a aeromr serious objec objecUon obj objtJon
don sayin earlier that what had been told the theContinued theContlnuell
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