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fUR F R COUNTRY GIRL GIRLFather 1H1 1H1Father
v Father Is Here on Trail of ofPretty ofPretty ofPretty
Pretty Nellie Small SmallLURED SmallLURED SmallLUR1D
LURED FROM THE FARM FARMWild FARMWi1 FARMWiMStoiies
Wild Wi1 WiMStoiies Stories Make Her a Mod Modern Modern ilIodem ¬
ern em Evangeline EvangelineXote
vote ote from Washington Bearing BearingRunaways DeariDIrRunuwny Bear1n Bear1nSignature
Runaways Signature Gives Clew Glcvrthat Olcwthnt Clewhint
that Brings Planter Here lint He HeFlntlH lieFin HeFln1N
FlntlH Fin Her Gone and Ankx Aid of ofPolice ofPolice ofPollee
Police In Continuing Search Which WhichWill Vhiclivill rhieh rhiehUI
Will UI Lend to Roclcrllle Md MdLured JfdLured MdLured
Lured from her home just ut across Chos Chosapeako Chosapeako Chosapeako
apeako Bay B by fanolfui fanQI tales of gypsy gypsylife gpS gpSlUe gypsyilfo
life spun by a wandering faker Nellie NellieSmall NellieSmall NellieSmall
Small beautiful in her twenty years oars and andthe Rndthe anda
a the idol of the countryside is being beingsought beln belnsougbt beInisought
sought by y the Washington police policeHer poUceHer policeHer
Her aged father called yesterday at atpolicy otpollc atpolice
policy pollc headquarters and told a story like likethat Uk Ukthat likethat
that of Evangeline He said the glrlydls glrlydlsappoarod glrldls glrldlsappoored girid1sappeared
appeared more than a month ago from fremTrappe frlmTrappe fromIrappe
Trappe Talbot County Md A band of ofgypsies ofsypelcs ofgypsies
gypsies camped there last May MayFor MayFor MayFor
For nearly a a week they camped Just Justoutside justoutside justoutside
outside tho town tolling fortunes in intheir intheir Intheir
their gaudy tents and soiling boadworkj boadworkjand boadwork boadworkand boadworkand
and toys to tho farmers children childrenVisit chlldron1s childrenlsjt
Visit 1s lsjt to Smnlls Home HomeOne lIomeOnt HomeOn
One On day they hC laeywoit wont to the home hOmetO homeof of the theSmalls theSmaUs theSmalls
Smalls and finally induced Ind indu oed ed Nellie to tohave tohave tohave
have her hellortun fortune told Whether the old oldwoman oldwomanwh
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woman womanwh who held her palm road there a aromantic aromantic aromantic
romantic temperament or whether the thedark thai th thdark I Idark
dark hair and beauty oftfia o otta a country Qounlr girl girlfascinated girlfascinated 1 1taaclnatad
fascinated her no n oneyknpws oneknpws but next nextday nextday I Ida
day da she Induced Indu od her to come to their theircamp thoJrcamp theircamp
camp on a pretext of seeing some s m won wonderful wondorful on onderful ¬
derful silk scarfs scarfsIn acarfl1ft acarfIn
In th the camp was wa a young ouns man m n who whowent whowont hg hgwont
wont by b the name of William Stone tane He Hesaw Hesaw Hesaw
saw the girl and was captivated by her herbeauty herbea1lt herboavt
beauty bea1lt The entire band gathered around aroundher aroundher aroundher
her and with Ith stories of their free life lifetheir meI lifatheir
I their wanderings from one country to toanother toanothor toanother
another tried to induce her to join them themTo themTo themro
To OH it Oidlr entreaties however she was wasdeal wasdeaf wasdoa
deal and when a few days later they theymoved theymooo theyinov4
moved inov4 oh she sie remained at her home homeThere bome1hore homeThe
There wag as one of th the party who did1 did1not did didnot didnot
not giv glvtt u up the thought th thoughtthat ught that this young youngcountry youjgcountry OUJ1 OUJ1ounl
country ounl girl would eventually discard her hergingham herglDg hergIng1gi
gingham glDg 11I of the farm arm for the bright brightcolors brlghlcolorsot brighteolor3
colors colorsot jal uf the gypsy J 8T and that one was wasStone wasc 88 88SlOM
c Stone While the refit Journeyed on he heremained heremained heremained
remained behind picking up a living 11ln at atthe atthe atthe
the various farmhouses armho e8 through his good goodhumor soodhumor goodhumor
humor and willingness to help the farm fanners farmers farmera ¬
ers in their work workWorked workVorked workVorked
Vorked on au the Fnrm FnrmThat Fa FaThat FnrrnThat
That he was about the Small home homestead homestead homestead ¬
stead a great deal did not strike the thefather theathIPr therather
father as hut ut of the way W8 He worked with withhim withhim withhint
him in I the Holds and always had a toy toyfor to tofor toyor
for or the younger younger children In the evenings eveningshe
he woqld wotld tell tho girl stories or gypsy psy life lifeand Utoand lifeand
and adventure and It was small wonder wondera wonderfew
a few days later that when the mother motherwent mot motiorwent 1er 1erwent
went to her daughters room to call her hershe hershe hershe
she found nothing but a a hastily hasU1 penciled pencilednote pencUednote pencilednote
note telling Tier ior that she had badlelt left with withthe withtho withthe
the man she loved lovedDropping lovedDropping lovedDropping
Dropping all his work workS the father spent spentthe spentthe spentthe
the entire day driving about the surround surrounding surroundIng surrounding ¬
ing country searching for his daughter daughterBut daughterBut daughterBut
But in some way the couple bad made madethe madethe madethe
the eighteen miles to the nearest railway railwaystation raUwa raUwaI railwaystation
I station and when hon tho father reached reachedthere reachedthere reachedthere
there it was to find that Stone and the thegirl thegIrl thegIrl
girl had only Just taken a train north ¬
ward wardReturning wardReturning i iReturning
Returning home for a a few hours the thefather thetathar thefather
father again set out upon the quest and anduntil Bnduntil anduntil
until last la t night when he stopped for a afew afew afew
few hours at a Pennsylvania avenue avenuehotel avenuehotal avenuehotel
hotel he did not rest At a little town townabout townabout
I about fifty miles from Trappe Tr ppo the couple couplehad couplehad couplehad
had left only four hours before his ar arrival arrhal arrival ¬
rival Ton miles farther on he saw the theremains thererrtaJns thereMains
remains of their camp and a a fire still stillsmoldering stillsmoldering Stillsmoldering
smoldering smolderingDaughter smolderingDnuJthter smolderingDaughter
Daughter In Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonThe VnshlnJ1onThe
The next he learned was s from a a letter letterfrom lettertrom letterfrom
from Washington It was but two or orthree orthree orthree
three lines but it bore the signature of ofhis othis ofhis
his daughter and and told him that she was waswoll WnJwol1 waswell
well and happy Ag soon as he could couldmake couldmake couldmake
make the roundabout trip he h came to the thecity thecity thecity
city firm in his belief that ihe the search searchwas searchWRs soarchWag
was at t last ended endedPeople endedPeople I IPeople
People wore found who had seen tho thocouple thocoupla thecoupla
coupla at Marshall Hall camped in a atent ntent atent
tent tolling fortunes for excursionists excursionistsand excursionistsand oxcursionistsand
and selling beadwork that the girl rl had hadalready hadalread hadalready
already alread learned to make Th pair stayed stayedthere stayedth stayedthere
there th e for nearly a week and then with withanother withanothor withanother
another yearning yornlng of tho wanderlust wanderlustmoved wanderlustmoved wanderlustmoved
moved on onMany onra onMany
Many ra Y Washingtonians saw the cou couple couplo ¬
plo at Marshal Hall the girl with withher withher withher
her dark hair bound in a a gaudy gaudyred gaudyred gaudyred
red silk handkerchief and with a asilk asilk L Lnk
silk nk tclmona embroidered with lace The Theman Theman Thoman
man Stone was romantically romanUCftU dressed in ina Ina Ina
a gypsy gYPB costume tume of sash and turban turban and andacted and8cted andacted
acted as ballyhoo to draw the crowds crowdsto crowdsto crowdsto
to the thetent tent where the girl road palms and andfingered andfingor andfingered
fingered fingor d the cards cardsThe cardsThe cardsThe
The Washington police arcs not very veryconfident voryconfident veryconfident
confident that the couple will be found foundin toundIn foundIn
in this city and think that by this time timethey timethey timethey
they have bav found their way down into intoVirginia IntoVirginia intoVirginia
Virginia A few ert days ago 810 a a band of ofgypsies otgypsies ofgypsies
gypsies ware camping around Kensing Kensington Kenstngton lCQnstngton ¬
ton and yesterday moved toward tort rd Rock Rockvllle Rockyule
vllle 1110 Not despairing of finding his hisdaughter hisdaughtor hisdaughter
daughter and confident conftd 1t that she will re retorn tet retflnii
torn t rJl home with him once ho teltc toU tol her herof herot herof
of a brokenhearted brokenh rted mother uothor and quos questioning quostlonlag quostioning ¬
tioning brothers and sisters the father fatherwill fatherwill at er erm
will m go to RoViUe R h le today toda todaI todaySIXTY
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMarland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland Marland and Virginia VirginiaGen VirginiaGenerally TirginiaGenerally Gen Generally ¬
erally fair and continued warm warmtotiay warmtotlayand warmtothy
totiay totlayand and tomotrow moderate moderateto
to brisk southwesterly winds windsHERALD wiQdsHERtLD wiiidsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMAoRY SUMMAoRYPages SUMMKRYpages
Pages PagesIDog pages pages1Dog
IDog 1 Dog Fight Interests Militiamen MilitiamenHUnts MUltiamenHUnts MilitiamenHUnts
HUnts Gypsy GPS Camp for Daughter DaughterConverted DaughterConverted aughterConverted
Converted Yacht Hornet Sails SailsGrand snsGrand SoilsGrand
Grand Trunk Strike Near End EndWets EndWets EndWets
Wets and Drys Divide in Texas TexasTwomillion TexasTwonlllUon TexasTwonlflhlon
Twomillion TwonlllUon Dollar Fire in Chicago ChicagoCrlppon ChicagoCrlppon ChicagoCrippon
Crlppon Aboard Atlantic AtlaUUO Liner LinerRepublicans LinerRepublicans LinerRepublicans
Republicans Fear Loss of Ohio Ohio2CIt Ohio2City
2 2CIt 2City City Saved from Heat Record RecordFiremen RecordFiremen RecordFiremen
Firemen Have Busy Day DayDiamond DayDiamond DayDiamond
Diamond Theft a a Fake FakeChampion FakeChampion FakeChampion
Champion Pugilist Soon to Arrive ArrheRoosevelt Arrive4Roosevelt
4 4Roosevelt Roosevelt Shows Interest In Ohio OhioIn Ohio6In Ohio5In
6In In the World of Society SocietyZoo SoclotyZoo SocietyZoo
Zoo Crowded With Pleasureseekers PleasureseekersGermans Pl PleasureseekersGermans nsurcsQekcrsGermans
Germans Plan Big Fete Fete6Edltorlal Fete6Edttorlal Fete6Editorial
6Edltorlal 6Edttorlal70t 6Editorial7Of
7 70t Of Intor Interest st to Women Women8Nationals WomanSNationals WomenSNattonals
8Nationals Play Pia Doubleheader Today Today9Amateur TodayAn1ateur
9 9Amateur Amateur Baseball Gossip GoqlpULetters GossipULetters
11 ULetters Letters from tho People PeopleCommercial PeopleCommercial PeopleCommercial
Commercial and Financial FinancIal12Nations
12 12Nations Nations aUon8 to Work for Health HealthNavy HGfllthNay HealthNavy
Navy Nay Mechanics Make Protest ProtestrSergeant ProtutGETTY ProtootGETTYSBURG
GETTY GETTYSBURG BURG WON ON ONBY I IOf
Of m DISTRICT TRIGT HERO HERUI HEROSergeant
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Sergeant Mose Conquers Conquersin Conqu Jonqiierill rs rsin
in Sanguinary SangJin r T Conflict ConflictOTHER ConflictOTflER ConilietoiIIErt
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OTHER oiIIErt DOG IS SUCCORED SUCCOMDWest SUCCOREDI SUCCOREDycsfVirginia SUCCO1UDWestYirginia
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West ycsfVirginia Virginia SoldierBhsh Solclicr Solde13Rus11 usl to to3Juscotrs toMuscots toNascots
3Juscotrs Rescue EescueHistoric Rescue1l1lltorlc RescueHistoric
Historic Battleground Scene of 1inch 1inchExcltcment MuchExcitement Much MuchExcitement
Excitement and Intercut During During5andnr Duringnnday DurIngunday
5andnr with Scores corea of WnslUiiK lVasiLLugton WnslUiiKton VWlJ n nton
ton Visitors IUor on Scene SccneLl Sceneblent Lieut ut Col ColC ColC ColC
C B Yonnp and Other District District3IHltlamcn DilltrlctJlJltJumen DistrictlllItiamc
3IHltlamcn lllItiamc Arc Ar Honored HonoredGettysburg HonoredGettJsburG HonoredGettysburg
Gettysburg Ba July 24 4The The first firstbloody first firstbloody firstblpody
bloody battle of Gettysburg since the theof theIl theqPil
qPil Il war iU wa was fujittddai u tiddaJ The fitnte fitnteor tato tatoof
of West Virsinf Vfrstr1r atm the JJelrlotrotorG JJelrlotrotorGIUmbla istrlofof JtrIeofCj JtrIeofCjlumbIn G Glumbla
lumbla word or Involved The Dlstrlet was wasvictorious woavictorious a avictorious
victorious victoriousOne victoriousOne victoriousOne
One of the most famous members of ofthe otthoDlstrict ofthot
the thoDlstrict thot District brigade is Sergeant Se oant Jfose Jfoseof Moseof rose roseof
of the Firt Fir l t Battery Field Artillery ArtilleryHe ArtilleryHe ArtilleryHe
He is isa a brave and pugnacious white bull bulldog bulldog bulldog ¬
dog belonging to Sergt Truseell Trus oll of the thebattery th thbattery thebattery
battery and te a general fivorite rtOrlt8 in all allcommands AUcomRMlPds allcommapds
commands commandsIn
In one of Ui the regiments of t he e West WestVirginia WostVIrgInia wJt wJtVirginia
Virginia miiitianten is another favorite favoriteand favortteand favoriteand
and mascot mu ot With rnembors of tho thtJ tht com company comIMin cornpany ¬
pany IMin to which he is attached he strolled strolledover strolledover
over the road separating sipa UAg the battery and andtho andthe
tho Vftst W st Virgin troops Sergeant SergeantMose Sergoant1ose SergeantMose
Mose thought ho 1 should have Mvckcpt kept to tothe tothe tothe
the road and investigated The West WestVirginia VestVIrginia VcatVirginia
Virginia dog resented Sergeant Moso Mososhowed Mo Mososhowed o oshowed
showed he was capable of being com commanding commanding cornmanding ¬
manding general He gave way W1i before beforethe beforethd beforeuid
the thd precipitous attack of of oh1a his rival seem seemingly s seemingly em emInglY ¬
ingly showing the white hlto feather and be began besan began ¬
gan to circle about He was wa looking 3oakIn dnr fo foan tol tolan ° I Ian
an opening and soon found it It He got ot a agrip a agrip agrip
grip on the West Virginia Vlr1nt dog that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would have held forevc
Bnttcrymcn iu Sortie SortieTho SortieTho SortieTh
Tho Th dogs owner saw things looked bad badfor badfor badfor
for his pot ot and becan to kick the valor valorous valorOUS valorous ¬
ous Sergeant Mose This was the sig signal signal zignal ¬
nal for a squad of battarymen digging a atrench atonoh atrench
trench near by blhoy They were on the spot apotin spotIn spotIn
in an instant Seeing however that thatSergeant thatSergeant thatSergoant
Sergeant Mose Iose had settled the issue issuethey lS8uethey 1ssuethey
they separated the dogs and what for a atime atime atime
time looked as though it might result resultIn resultIn resultin
In a freeforall battle of men and nd dogs dogswas dogswas dogswas
was called off The West Virginia bull bulldog bulldog bulldog ¬
dog was badly masticated Sergeant SergeantMoso Sergoant1Ilose SergeantMose
Moso showed some signs of battle but butafter butalter btafter
after the stains of warfare were washedorr washedoff washed washedoff
off he looked as good as ever everIn evorIn everin
In the early hours today toda three privates privatesof
of Company M Second cond Regiment N G GD GD GD
D C got entangled in tho tolls of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law It Is said they found a horse and andcarriage andcarriage andcarriage
carriage standing in the street as they theywere theywere theywere
were making their way wa to the camp of ofInstruction ofInstruction ofInstruction
Instruction and appropriated It It They Theytdok ThC ThCtdok Theytdok
tdok a Joy jO ride around the town and andwhen andhen andwhen
when hen they had enough loft the outfit tied tiedto tiedto tiedto
to a fence not far from camp campWhen campVhon campWhen
When arrested they gave the names ames of ofMacdonald otMacdonald ofMacdonald
Macdonald Raney Rane and Southern They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were turned over to the military authori authorities authorities authorities ¬
ties and spent the day In the guard guardhouse guardhouse guardhouse ¬
house Capt Tolson To1 on of Company M Mprepared 11prapared 3 3prepared
prepared formal charges Col Cot Simms an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced tonight that an investigation investigationwill
will be made It is probable that a court courtmartial courtmartial courtmartial
martial win be held tomorrow War Warrants Warrants Warrants ¬
rants were Jssued and will be served to tomorrow tomor1OJ tomoriosv ¬
morrow This will not change court courtmartial courtmartlaI courtmartiaf
martial martiaf proceedings proceedingsEvening proceedingsEvening proceedingsEvening
Evening Trips Abolished AbolishedEarly Almll8bcdEnrl Abol1hcdEarly
Early Enrl evening trips to Gettysburg of oftho ottho ofthe
tho commissioned officers of the District Districttroops Dlstrl DIsticttroops t ttroops
troops will m be no more This Is due to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that while Brig Brl Gen Wothor Wothorspoon Wothorspoon Wothorspoon
spoon commanding the camp mp of instruc instruction Instruction izistruction ¬
tion has made no commont that ho hocldenth has hasevidently hasevidonty
evidently noticed to date tho frequent frequentabsences frequentabsences frequentabsences
absences of District officers when the roll rollhas rollhas rollhas
has bean called at evening discussions dlseusslo of ofthe oCthu ofthe
the days work his actions aro plainer plainerthan plainerthan plainerthan
than words MaJ C Fred Cook adjutant adjutanttoday adjutanttoda adjutanttoday
today toda visited each company battalion battalionand batta battalionand on onRnd
and regimental commander Downtownengagements Downtownengagements Downtown QowntownonSagements
engagements therefore will now be made madeCunt madeContinued madeContinned
Cunt Continued Inn cd on Page 2 Column 4 4Popular 4Popular t tPopulnr
Popular Excursion Baltimore Ohio OhioR Ohion OhioIt
R It July 31 31Leave 31Leave 31Leave
Leave Union Station 816 a m 100 to
Harpers Ferry and Martinsburg 5135 135 to
Berkeley Berkele Springs and 5200 200 to Cumberland Cumberlandand Cumberlandand Cumberlandand
and return returnS by special train returning
same day da Splendid opportunity for a
deliehtfui outing outln chan
MODERN MODERNSKYFILJOT SKY PUOT P L9Tc
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COMERTED YACHT IACHTHORfiET YAUHTHORNET YACHTIIORET
HORNET SETS SAIL SAILWill SAiLWill SMLWill
Will Probably Proba ly Become ecome War WarSliip WarShip VarShip
Ship and Fight the Venus VenusN Venusorfok VenusNorfolk
N Norfolk orfok Jily JUI SI 4Thexteani tTbe Tbe stessn yacht aCht Hor Hornet Hornet Hornet ¬
net last night left the t shipyard tard where whereshe whereshe whorehe
she he was refltted re ttod by b men who M worked workednight workednight OCkod OCkodnight
night and day upon her with instruction instructionto
to disregard cost co t and at 123t lt 1II oclock cIock this thisafternoon tbUafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon passed the Virginia Capos Caposbound CApellC CApellbound apsm apsmbound
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bound ostonalbb ostenslbi for torNe New Orleans Or1 She Sheflow She Sheow steflow
flow ow th t1ie Stars isfhfl t 1tl iI Strinos Strl spd the ob obj obI1tVQr ohsrvir
j srvir I1tVQr > rvQr at Cape Henry reported her as asthe 881J asthe
1J the U S BAral TOi converted eMYn eMYnoetPparentb OSYCtM y ot t < BiX BiXDot 3 flrp flrpnot
oetPparentb not apparently unaware as they biter latermay 1 1may
may be te Central America that she be baa hasfeen baaeon baa1een
> feen eon stricken from ront the naval na list l al although altbough 1 1bough ¬
though still bearing bearl l her naval nav name nameShe JIaIMShe nameShe
She ailed U her complement of engineers engineersbefore eeglneerabefore ftgtneenI
I before Bailing Wheattey chief and Ad M MTabb MI MTabb
I Tabb assistant assistant being airiong anoeg them Tbey Theyand Tbeyand Tbeyand
and T r 1 O Moon her master all Norfolk Norfolkmen Nodolkmn Norfolkmen
men expect to see fighting and a d connded conndedto
to friends here that they had heard that thatshe thathe thatShe
she he would fight tho Venus Vo ua of the op opposing opp oppIng ¬
posing p lng Nicaraguan N1e tasuan faction One report reporthore reporthoro reporthere
here Is that they Ole will m try to smuggle smuggleguns SIDOR SIDORguns smuggleguns
guns aboard It is said that she l e is to tomeet tomoet tomeet
meet some t bther > ther vassal at sea and for forthis forthl6 forthis
this reason her s selling ning was hastened hastenedTelegrams hastenaTelegrama hastenedTelegrams
Telegrams urging haste haat came hero from fromrepresentatives fromrepresentatives rom romrepresentatives
representatives of Madrlzs opponents at atNew atNew atNew
New Orleans Orlo S after the t Hornet left Nor Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk ¬
folk folkIt folkIt folkIt
It is still un suspected that she may have haveguns havebUns haveguns
guns cached on the Isle Islac of f Pines and andthat aDdthat andthat
that a touch will in be aaads 1IIaC1 there to get getthem getthem getthem
them She is deep laden with coal and andhas aadhas andhas
has bags of it piled on dock dockSAIL dockSAIL dockSAIL
SAIL FOR BLTJEFIELDS BLTJEFIELDSNorwegian BLUEPIELDSorwcgIan BLUEFIELDSSorweglnn
Norwegian Steamers Leave Under
Protection of United States StatesNew StutesNow StatesNew
New Orleans July 34 4The The Norwegian Norwegiansteamships Norwoglonsteamsblps NorwegianSteamships
steamships Impertator and Dictator Dictatorwhich Dutatorwhich Thctatorwhich
which havo been detained here more than thana
a a week because becau e of the action of Norway Norwayin
in recognizing the Madriz blockade of ofBlueflelds otBluetlelds ofBluetlelds
Bluetlelds sailed today toda for that port nortln nortlnaccordance In Inaccordance inaccordance
accordance with the declaration of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States State Department that thatBluonelds thatBlu thatBludelds
Bluonelds Blu 11elds is an open port and the block blockade blockade blockade ¬
ade a a mere paper pap one on and not binding bindingA
A part of the cargo of the steamers con consisting conslsUng consisting ¬
sisting of perishable perts eWe food products which whichhad whtchhad whichhad
had decayed during the long delay delI was WnJunloaded wasunloaded wasunloaded
unloaded unloadedNorway unloadedNorway unloadedNorway
Norway has not yet changed irmgOd ttngod her posi position posiUon posttion ¬
tion In regard t tf > tho Bntonelds blockade blockadebut blockadebut blockadebut
but the Norwegian owners of these ves vessels vessels yessels ¬
sels which are chartered chartor d by Americana Americanaregard Amerloamresard Americansregard
regard tho ruling of Secretary S retaI Knox in inthis Inthis Inthis
this matter as assuming protection protectionto
to tho boats and their cargoes The TheEuropean TheEuropean TheEuropean
European insurance companies also ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted the Knox ruling that the vessels vesselsaro veuelsare eMelsaro
aro not a war risk riskONE riskONE riskS
S ONE HUNDRED DIE DIEJapanese DIEJapanese DIEJapanese
Japanese Steamer Goes Dawn on onCoast onOoast onCoast
Coast of Korea KoreaTokyo KoreaToIQo KoreaTokjo
Tokyo Tokjo July 24 24The The Tataural Maru one oneof oneof oneof
of the steamers plying between Kobe Ko e and andDalran andDatran andDatran
Datran sank last nlghV nlg off or Chindo ChindoKorea ChlndoKorea ChindoKorea
Korea KoreaSix KoreaSix KoreaSix
Six firstclass passengers and thirteen thirteensecondclass thirteensocondclase thirteensecondclass
secondclass passengers were saved savedBoats IvedBoats savedBoats
Boats took off 105 10 thirdclass passen passengers puaengors pannengors ¬
gors and 10 soldiers and it Is 1 believed believedthese b beiovodthese IOQd IOQdtbele
these reached shore shoreTwo shoroTwo shoreTwo
Two of the vessels essels boats b 8ts with forty fortypassengers tortypassongers fortypassongera
passengers landed at Chindo Four Fourother Fourother Fourother
other boats wore w ro sent away from the theship theship theship
ship filled with passengers It is believed believedwar bellovedwar believedwar
war ships will pick these up upThe upThe upThe
The captain and anc most of the crew went wentdown wentdown wentdown
down down with the ship The number of ofdrowned otdrowned ofdrowned
drowned is placed at atBRYAN H9 H9BRYAN MBRYAN
BRYAN NOT A BOLTER BOLTEEChllllcothe BOLTERChillicthe BOLTERChllllC1lhe
Chllllcothe SIo July J4llIIam William J Jout JBoan SBryan
Bryan 354d4r U f denied the story sent sentout sentout
out from Lincoln Nobr that he would wouldIcafi wouldlean wouldleati
lean a a r 1 Jtronl t from tho Democratic convert convention converttion ¬
tion in itebraska braska and organize a a rump rumpconv rumpCOn1 rumpconvr
conv COn1 convrYou j TI TIYou 1tYou
You may rn na state said Mr Bryan Bryanthat Br Bryanthat an anthat
that wheneverv wheneer wheneverthere there Is anything to say sayin sayIn sayin
in reference toNjny to y attitude or inten intentions Intentions intentions ¬
tions on arty subject I will 11 say say It my myself myselC myself ¬
self and In such a way as to leave no nomisunderstanding 110misunderstanding nomIsunderstanding
misunderstanding as to my meaning I Ihave Ihrno Ihave
have given out no statement on tho sub subject Bubject subject ¬
ject mentioned in the Lincoln dispatch d tcb
GRAN1TTRUNK HEAD HEADR HEAPSAYS
SAYS STRIKE R IS ION IONRequest O ORequest
1 1Died
R Request for Arbitration r i De Denied Benied ¬
nied by Mr Hayes HayesMontreal HayesMontreal Ia es esMontro
Montreal Montro l July 34 34Tke The efforts nude mad by byMacKenzlt blMacKenzie byMacKenz1
MacKenzie MacKenz1 King minister of labor lafor for forthe forthe Ot Otthe
the Dominion Domin to bring1 dng tha Grand Trunk Trunkstrike Trunkstrike Trunkstrike
strike to an end by arbitration ha haproved haproved have haveproved <
proved abortive In answer ru wcr to a further furtherrequest turtherrequOJIt furtherrequest
request that the the matter should bo left leftto 10ftto loftto
to arbitration Mr Ir Hayes Ha Hayed1pcooldent oJKo president Wut of the theGrand UteGnnd theGrand
Grand Trunk rnk wlr Wired to totli tti o minister to tonight toasPt totuight ¬
night that while o o Siojspaay cqpany any ban been beenbto iMIltton beasttIee
tIee itu tfiOtrietbre tton re me tbi UOI UOIbIe trO trOble
bto started the tJ1etimo timQ for arbitration has haspassed bupa8led banpsaved
passed and ail a1 that the company c mpan now re required requirad ¬
quired to operate the system ss syst wa was the theprotection tileprotection theprotection
protection of their th tr employ emlIoym oy at 1 from mo molestation mo100000Uon moleMation ¬
lestation lestationIt
It was announced today todlL that t t the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand Trunk shops over tile cistern cisternwhich erKomwhiCh orstemwhich
which have been closed since the strike strikebegan strikebegan strikebegan
began will bo reopened tenutow ton tQow and andthat andUtat andthat
that the operation pf the fitalght 1I IRt serv service senIce service ¬
ice will be proceeded with withVice withVice withVice
Vice President Hurdock of tho train trainmens tralnmens trainmasts ¬
mens union uDl n ridicules the claims of the theGrand theOrand theOrnd
Grand Trunk management and says that thathe tbatlac thathe
he is perfectly satisfied with the situa situation sttuoUOn sitnation ¬
tion
Rioting nt South Bend BendSouth DendSouth UcndSouth
South Bend Ind July at MAs 4A As a climax climaxto climAXto climaxto
to a night and a day da of rioting in the theyards thordl theyards
yards rdl of the Grand Trunk Railway in inwhich Inwhteh inwhich
which a freight train of fifty ftt cars was wascut wascut wascut
cut into ten sections Pinkerton detec detectives detectJves deteclives ¬
lives stoned and five passenger pa eDgor > trains trainsstalled tnUnsstanod trainsstalled
stalled for hours an attempt was made madethis madetills madethis
this afternoon to derail eastbound pas passenger passenser pansenger ¬
senger train No 8 known as Detroit and andNew andNo andNew
New No York express due In South Bend Bendat BendAt Bendat
at 151 The engineer en lneer by b chance saw the
thrown switch in time to bring his hl train trainto trainto trainto
to a stop and prevent a a catastrophe catastropheWhan catastropheYhun catastropheWhen
When he left tho engine to investigate Invostfgntehe j
he was stoned by the mob in in which whichwere wblchwore whichwere
were many foreigners but the Xlmely Xlmelyappearance Umelyappearance 1melyappearance
appearance of police prevented him from frombeing frombeing rom rombeing
being seriously serlousl hurt hurtWIFE hurtWIFE hurtWIFE
WIFE ASKS DIVORCE DIYORCEFROM DIVORCEFROM DIVORCEFROiI
FROM BOGUS BOG US ElRLMrsJrene EARLMrsErene EARL EARLMrsJrene
MrsJrene IT Stanleys Snit SnitRecalls RnitRecalls SuitRecalls
Recalls Romance RomanceBikton RomanceEikton RomanceBlkton
Bikton Md rd July 24 3tlIrs Mrs Irene F FStanley FStanley FStauly
Stanley through t rousb her attorney Robin RobinMalnos RobinlI RobinMinos
Malnos lI 1J10S Las ns filed a bill In Cecil County CountyCircuit CountyCircuit CountyCircuit
Circuit Court for an absolute divorce divorcefrom divorcefrom divorcefrom
from from her husband Henry F Stanloy Stanleywho Stanloywho Stanloywho
who in June Ju e 1BO 1001 practically had the thepeople thep90ple thepeople
people of Cecil County wild lid over a string stringot swingof i ioC
oC titles ho alleged was attached to his hisroame hismamc hismemo
memo mamcTho memoThe roameThe
The couple became acquainted a qualnted were weremarried waremarried weremarried
married and were separated all within withintwenty withintwenty withintwenty
twenty twenty days whbn the magnificent cas castles cast cantis ¬
tles t the bride was to preside over in the theold theold theold
old country countI pruved to be myths mythsStanley mthaStanley mythsStanley
Stanley claiming to bo Lord Preston PrestonEarl PrestonEarl PrestonEarl
Earl of Aberdeen and nd several other ti titles tities ¬
tics in 19ff7 became b came the guest of Joseph JosephMcVey JosephMcVey
McVey one of the largest land owners ownersin ownersin
in Calvert section Ho dazzled the Mc McVey McVey McVe ¬
Vey Ve family mf1 with a story of his high con cbnfactions con8cUons con consectIons
> factions 8cUons and Imense wealth but confided confidedt
to t the Dean family that he was embar embarrassed embarra emberresed ¬
rassed ra sed by the fact that he could not get getinto gethito getinto
into hito his hisfull full estate until he married and andhe andhG andhe
he Offered to give any an member of the fam family famIIYl am am1b ¬
ily IIYl 51680 GO If i they would introduce him to toa ton toa
a young lady lAd who had been accustomed accustomedto
to wealth and that could grace the title titleof titleof titleof
of Iiady Stanley Stanla in England Stanley Stanleywas StanleyWas Stanleysues
was soon introduced to several 5eer l young youngwoman young youngom youngwomon
woman om m among them being Miss Clayton ClaytonHe ClaytonHe ClaytonHe
He proposed to her he and she named July
2 as the wedding day dayMeanwhile da daMoanwhlle dayMeanwhile
Meanwhile the Earl accompanied accompaniedI ncoomI > 8llled 8llledby
I by Miss Clayton had lawytu Marshall Marshalldraw Marshalldraw Marshalldraw
draw up a a marriage settlements settlei1 nt giving givingtbe givingthe givingthe
the future countess countess S20OOO 20000 a year The TheEarl TheEarl TheEarl
Earl found the brides brstherg had haddiscovered haddlscovored haddiscovered
discovered hls hlsmQSqueri h1smasquerIng masquerc lng find f d skipped skippedto
to Oxford OxfordPn Pa where he tdok to k a Job as asbutchers 8 8butcherd asbutchers
butchers assistant Shottly Shottl afterward afterwardhe
he disappeared altogether aIto thcr
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BOTH 10TH SIDES SID S CLAIM CLAIMVICTORY CLAIMVICTORY CLAllVICTORY
VICTORY IN I TEXAS TEXASDrys TEXASU TEXASDrys
U Drys Get the Legislature LegislatureWets LegislatureW LegislatureWets
Wets W ets theGoyernor theGoyernorAustin the Governor GovernorAtItIA
Austin Tex July Jul 24 2tBoth < Both the 1 o pro oroMbldontets tNlaIbltionIatAI prohIbIt1onIat
Mbldontets and antiprohibitionists won wona wona
a 1 victory vie tory in yesterdays Democratic De Ue pri primaries prlmaries primarina ¬
maries m In Texas lexa The antiprohibition or organisation orpnbatlon organisatlost ¬
ganisation nominated its ItscandWat candidate O B BCokjqlU BCo1qu BCokq1tt
CokjqlU for governor sover r by probably pr 4MX 4MXplurality 4tQii 4tQiipl 4L 4Lphira1ity
plurality pl raUtY and the prohlbUkmlsts > > ohlbId nlsts carrlddJ carrlddJthe carrloI carrloIUte carrId4the
the proposition nro popolen n fior f W Statewide prohibition prohibitionhfca probl prohIbItodhya it tr tra
hfca a large Jtlrg majority majorityft orit t tis
ft It fa rinWad xs Fed d tHfc t1l tIj Mr Colqultt will willrefuse willreCUM willreuee
refuse to aoceprthls aoc tU1Ji Statewide prohibi prohibition prohlblt10n prohibilion ¬
lion feature f ture of 9f the platform In that thatevent thatevftlt thatevent i
event the prohibition clement of the thearty the18rQ theiarty
18rQ arty will 111 put out an independent canol canolWe candiaete
ltllfe We for governor g vrnor But for the fact that thatthere thattber thatthere
there tber were wer two prohibition proh1b1t1 n candidates in inthe Inthe inthe
the field ekl for f r governor that faction Ca t10n of the tbeparty theperty theparty
party would have also won the feature featureof featureor featureof
of the contest by a large ar e majority majoritySenator majcr majcrSeMtor majoritySenator
Senator J 1 W Baileys candidate candidateWilliam candktatewunm candidateWilliam
William Polndexter is the third man in inthe inthe Inthe
the raee for governor Cone Johnson oc occupying ocI oceupylag ¬
I cupying second place and running in the thelead theload theload
load In many man parts of the State StateR StateR StateB
R V Davidson former attorney gen general genenI gencml ¬
eral who made the race for governor governoron
on his record as a trust buster and in inhaving Inbavlng Inhaving
having collected a fine of S36S60QO L6IS000 i1 OO from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the WatorsPierce Waw > > Plerce Oil Company driving drhIngUtt drivingthat i ithat
that corporation out of Texas for violet violating vlolatD violetlag ¬
lag D the antitrust law la Is beaten accord according accordIng ccord ccording ¬
ing to incomplete returns returnsThe returnsThe returnsThe
The prohibition Zti Ztcrats < crats are reported reportedto
to have a twothirds majority m8jorj of the legis 1e1 legislature s sJature
lature which will give them plain sail sailing HIIIng sailing ¬
ing in antisaloon legislation despite the thefact thetact thefact
fact that the nominee for governor is an anantlprohibltionst ananUprohlb1t1oMt ananUprohlbltionat
antlprohibltionst antlprohibltionstBascom anUprohlbltionatBascom
Bascom Ba eom Thomas Is nominated for lieu lieutenant lleutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant governor by ta large plurality
His principal opponent Davidson took tooka
a a leading part In expelling Thomas from fromthe fromthe i ilatter
the senate two years ears ago becausethe becausethelatter because he helatter
latter had made ma e public iubll ubllc charges tKKt tKKtmembers t tlihtmembori t tmemberH
members of that body were wcrelnllu6llcGd wcrelnllu6llcGdbr influenced influencedby influencedby
by lobbyists in legislative acts actsChairman actsChairman actsChairman
Chairman Allison Wayfleld Way eld of the rail railroad ra11road railroad ¬
road commission is ronomlnatod Bob BobParker BobParker BobParker
Parker is nominated for comptroller comptrollerSam comptroller comptrollerSam comptrolleSan
Sam Sparks for treasurer and J H HLlghtfoot HLIghtfoot HLlghtfoot
Llghtfoot for attorney general generalNOMINATIONS seneralNOMINATIONS generalNOMINATIONS
NOMINATIONS IN TEXAS TEXASPresent TEXASPresent TEXASPresent
Present Representatives with Two TrroExceptions TwoExccptlons TwoExceptions
Exceptions Again Xamcd XamcdAustin amed amedAustin s sAustin
Austin Tex July 24 tThe The vote ote for forCongress forCongress forCongress
Congress In the different districts so noas fol folas fotas
as counted indicates the nomination of ofall otall ofall
all the U present members with possibly possiblytwo possiblytwo possiblytwo
two exceptions In the Twelfth district districtD
D M Alexander Alexander of Weatherford 1 lS run running runnln runfling ¬
fling nln Representative Ropr entaUve O W Glllesple of ofFort ofFort ofFort
Fort Worth a clone clo race In the count or orthe orthe orthe
the vote C C Stokes of Crockett is isreported Isreported isreported
reported in the lead over ov Representative RepresentativeA ROPresenttheA
A W V Gregg of Palestine Representa Representative Representative Representative ¬
tive C c B > Randell Is nominated by b a agood agood agood
good majority over B Q Evans of ofGreenville ofGr ofGr
Greenville Gr env11le in the Fourth district districtSenator dlstrlctSenator districtSenator
Senator Bailey used his influence to tobring tobring tobring
bring about the defeat of Randall who whohas whohas whohas
has long been his political and personal personalenemy personalenemy personalenemy
enemy enemyThe enemyThe enemyThe
The contest was spirited in the Third ThirdDistrict ThirdDistrict ThirdDistrict
District between sft sf candidates to fill fillthe finthe fillthe
the vacancy caused by the recent ap appointment appointment appointment ¬
pointment of Representative Gordon ROn Russell R ROnsell s ssen ¬
sell to the Federal F doral benoh H C GIddie GIddieof GlddlEot GlddIeof
I i of MImeoIa is reported rePorted to be in the lead leadAll leadAll
All 11 other Texas Representatives were wererenomlnated wrercn wererenominated
renomlnated rcn mlnated without opposition Re ReI Republican Republican
I publican candidates will be placed In the thefield tHefield thefield
field against them in several districts districtsKILLED dlstrctsRTTTETI dIstrictsXTLLED
KILLED BY BROKER BEOKEBWealthy BROKERWealthy BROKERealth
Wealthy ealth Italian Shot After Tres Trespass Tres1m Treshess ¬
pass 1m Quarrel QuarrelPoughkeepsie QuntrelPoughkeepsie QuarrelPoughkeepsie
Poughkeepsie N Y July 24 24Cloment 24ClomentDemerond 24ClementDemerond Clement ClementDemerond
Demerond said sn1 to be the wealthiest wealthiestItalian wcathicstItalian wealthiestItalian
Italian in I Ulster County was shot and andInstantly apd apdInstantly aidinstantly
Instantly killed at West Park this morn morning mornJng morningby ¬
ing ingby by b Louis Victor Saydel a New e York Yorkbroker Yorkbroker Yorkbroker
broker broker who has a summer homo in the thecolony thecolony thecolony
colony founded on the mountain near nearWest nearWest nearWest
West Parkrallroad Park railroad station by b John Bur Burroughs Burroughs Burrough ¬
roughs the authornaturalist authornaturalistThe authornaturalistThe t tThe
The two tw men had a disagreement over overthe overthe overthe
the use by Demerond ot the private road roadwhich rondhleh roadwhich
which hleh winds past the bungalows In the theWest theWest theWest
West Park colony and terminates hih hihup hl high highup h hUP
up in the hills where Mr tr Burroughs lives livesIn Uveam livenIn
In seclusion
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PANIC ON RIVER RIVERGirls RIVERGirls RIVERGirls
Girls Jump iinip from Yacht and Kelp HelpFight Kelpi
i Fight Flames FlamesFederalsburg FlamesFederalsburg FlamesFederalsburg
Federalsburg Md 1July July M tA A sailing sailingparty sal1fngparty nailingparty
party on the gasoline yacht Wlaeahlclcan Wlaeahlclcanowned WJsHbfckanowned Wiasahickanowned
owned by A Gilbert Longaker of PMM PMMdeltfhla PIII PIIIdJilplda Phfldplplila
deltfhla had a thrilling experience late latelast latelast latelast
last right on the Nanlicokts Blvur flr flrrnllos it itmUos lYe lYemiles
miles from here which nearly cost soy aavoral JOVoral soyoral
oral df them their rtv ItvteS w the boat taking takingfire tatJngflre takingfire
fire from a leak Mr Longaker accom accompanied accompanied aceompanted ¬
panied by Ills son Horace and > 0 ds brother brotherHiram brotherHI brotherHiram
Hiram HI nun made up a party to o take ft crutoe crutoedown cntIMcown crulonown
down own the river A spark from the engine engineignited tPstnel engineIguitod
ignited l IlUed the fluid and I1d in a 8 flash fe llamas llamasshot t tshot daisiesshot
shot along the line of the pt ape e Tie Tiewomen TIleJII100 Thewomen
women JII100 screamed and became panic pantostricken penlostricken panicstricken
stricken strickenOnly strickenOnly j jOnly
Only six of the party pkty could twtm ewm wtm The Theflra TAenra Thefire
fire gained rapid ra ld headway Two of the thegirls thegirls thegirls
girls jumped jumped overboard Albert McClure McCiureof
of Baltimore Baltimore a a good swimmer leaped leapedafter leapedater leapedafter
after them and saved oy both in twenty feet feetof teetot feetof
of water wat r The men in the boat heW th thother the theother theother
other young women from throwing them themselves Utemselves themselves ¬
selves overboard Meanwhile the engi engineer enstneer engineer ¬
neer his clothing partly aflame stuck to tohis to tobl tohis
his bl post and drove the boat closer in inshore Inshore inshore
shore The young ounG women took to k off their theirouter theiri theirouter
outer skirts and the man ccftd their theircoats thekI theircoats
I coats and the skirt to fight back the theflames tbeII theI
I flames fi mes When shallow water was re reachedall reached reachedall ebed ebedall
II all jumped overboard and waded wad d ashore ashoreSeveral uho uhoSeveral ashoreSeveral
Several of the girls were overcome by byshock 1 1shDCk byshock
shock and fright frightTorrid frightC frightSCORES
SCORES C R5 HUMElESIN HOMELESS HOMELESSIN
IN t 2000EJO0 fIRE fIREI fIREsrorrid FIRE1orrid
I
Torrid Wave Responsible Responsiblefor ResponsibleforOhicago for forChicago forChicago
Chicago Disaster DisasterGilAJN DisasterGRAIN DisasterGIRAJN
GRAIN DOST EXPLODES
Big Malting Plant and a Brew Brew4ery Brevery Brewcry
ery Are Destroyed DestroyedGrain DestroyeGrain
Grain Elevator Wrecked Vrcckc Ibr br Explo Explosion Explosion Explonba ¬
sion and Burning Durn Unrnln G Km lmbers mber her Carried Carriedfor C1rdedfor Cardedfor
for Block Dlockllt Setting Settln Fire re to Cot Cottages Cottn CotInges ¬
tages tn esln in the Vicinity Jcln1tQglen Qgden Brew Brewery Drewery Brewcry ¬
ery Scene > ccne of o Second Great Gren Fire Firefront Firefront lre lrefrom
front the Saute SameOause SameOausei SameOauseChIcago SaineCanseChicago Cause CauseChicago
i
Chicago July W tIA tA A property propertynearly pre b 108 o of ofnearly t tnearly
nearly ttXUA IIAAtt7 fifty SaaMes 8I roaawedJ roaawedJom rell rentdkominyadtjo ed edrtiOrng
rtiOrng kominyadtjo om lsss andtfe J f > > trathid trathidut thr at atot d aeotniaal aAb aAbat in inof
of hundreds AIIq bulaedR of bntUUpca mas the rosvlt rosvltof r reaultof t tof
of twg great fires Gr which swept over Yei the thenorthwestern tJIeDMthostern thenorthweotern
northwestern part rt of c the city today todayTbe t sodayThe cla clai
The Northwestern 1 rthwestorn Malt and Grain Com Companys ComJMU1S Cornpaas ¬
panys plane the largest Jarwe t malting a1t1ng < < con concern concern ¬ I Icern
cern in the world at Fortysixth Fort7Sklhveaue Fort7Sklhveaueaad avenue avenueand avenueand
and Cortiandt street was damaged to the theextent theutODt theextent
extent of SlE90OCfi 1 and te brewery of ofCharles OCCharles OfCharles
Charles F Ogden 8 Co extending from fromOakley fromOakle fromOakley
Oakley Oakle avenue to Leavltt Je vttt street on on Divi Division Dh1ston Dlvisen ¬
sion sen avenue was completely destroyed destroyedwith deItroY deItroYVoith destroyedwith
with a loss of nearly S8GQOQX S8GQOQXDue stOOOO1Due lDh005Due
Due to toTo Torrid rld Wave WaveBoth WaveBoth VaeBoth
Both fires were ere said aid Id to be the direct directresult ctlrectresult directresult
result of the torrid wave which swept sweptover sweptovr wepto
o over r the city elL from the Southwest being betngthe 1JeIagthe beingthe
the highest hlghe t temperature of the year and andcausing a aeaIng andcaneing
causing explosions ns of o gretA dust In both bothplants beULThe bothpIa4s
plants pIa4sThe plantsThe
The fire In the Northwest N thWNt Malt 1t and andGrain andGrain andGrain
Grain Companys Com DlS pleat broke out at t noon noonwith DOORwith noonwith
with a terrible explosion In the grain grainelevator graJaelevator grainelevator
elevator and before any attempt could couldbe eotIIdbe couldbe
be made to check the name AlUM the huge hugebuilding hagobulkUns hugebuilding
building was a mass of fire The burn burning butnlog burnleg ¬
1 log embers were carried earrl for blocks by the thehigh thehigh thehIgh
high wind 1nd setting settmglke are to a score ore of cot cottages eottages cottages ¬
tages and residences r 4cleaeGS in the vicinity vktnltyWhile vldRlt vldRltWhile vicinityWhIle
While the fire department was bending bendingevery bendhageCr bendingevery
I
every eCr effort toward extinguishing extl tDg the fire fireat Skeat Areat
at Cragin the Ogden brewery at Division Divisionand DlyJ Divielonarid lon lonand
and Oakley Okl y avenues became the scene of
the second great fire re of the day from fromIdentically i iIdentically I
Identically tho same cause as the first AntThe 1ratThe I IThe
The building is a threestory brick b ek and andwood andwood ad adwood
wood structure two blocks long and it itwas Itwas itwa
was wa completely gutted before the fire firewas firewas Irewas
was brought under control controlGRIPPES controlCRIPPEN controlCRiPPE
GRIPPES ABOARD ABOARDATLANTIC ABOARDATLANTIC ABOARDATLAT1C
ATLANTIC LINER LINERLondon LINERLondon LINERLondon
London Reports Doctor Do tor and andCompanion andCompanion aiidCompanion
Companion Caught CaughtLondon CanghtL CaughtLondon
London L ndon July Tu 2L 2tAs As Scotland Txrd YU Yxdre Yxdreuc re refueoe reusu
fueoe uc yet to oonnrm QOnftrm or 0 dany d any 117 of the thereports tilereports therQports
reports concerning con cern has Dr Cripaon Crt who M fc fcwanted IIwanted lewanted
wanted in on t the charge of murdering mur ertn ertntt his hiswf hiswife I
wf wife tt or to otherwise take the public into intoits IntoIts biteits
its confidence it cannot e nnot bo stated poet positive poett pealtiye ¬
t tiye tive ve what hat steamer Crippen and his com companion c m mpanlon mpanion ¬
panion Miss Le Nave ove are aboard off offThere or orThore otThere
There is a a probability prob blIlty almost amount amounting unoDotling amountlag ¬
ling lag to certainty however that they t are areon aroi ar aron
i on the Montrose bound for Canada and andas andas andas
as It is now no pretty certain certa that Inspector InspectorDew IDSpecterDew InspectorDew
Dew is on the Laurendc ne should shouldroach shoo shooro shouldroach
roach ro ch Canada twentytour hours ahead of ofthe ofthe I
the fugitive The story ascribing ucrlbln the in information Informatlon information ¬
formation regarding rega rdlns the whereabouts of ofthe otthe ofthe
the couple to the French police is more morethan morethan morethan
than doubtful doubtfulThere doubt111There doubtfnlThere
There is every reason to believe that thatthe thatthe 1 1the
the captain of the Montrooe sent a a wire wireless wkales wireless
less mesBnge message oft of the afternoon of o July Julyz
22 z announcing that a disguised couple couplewere eouplero couplewere
were ero aboard ab ard the Montrose A corrobora corroborative cOtwboratlve corroboratire ¬
tire message reported report d to include the thedefinite thedefinite thedefinite
definite statement that the younger agr sus suspect suspeet sunpeel ¬
peel who 110 was w draeeed dr Md as a young man manhad manhad manhad
had beenfound to be a woman wou Allowed Alloweda
a few tewhours hours later jt tt Is quite probable probablethat probablethat probablethat
that there was as a subsequent exchange u ge of ofmessages ormessages ofmessages
messages between the th ilontrote and andScotland andScotland andScotland
Scotland Yard It is stated that one tff tffthoee Ofthose r rthose
those announced that the suspects were wereunder wereu9der wereunder
under u9der arrest This however bOw ever IB likely to tobe tob tob
be b conjectural conjecturalWhen conjecturalWhn conjecturalWhen
When the fugitives embarked e rke4 on the theMontrose theMon theMontrosd
Montrose Mon ost at Antwerp they do not seem seemto Hemto seemto
to have hFoattracted hcwoattracted attracted notice suaptekm au lcl n not be being beIng being ¬
ing Wakened Lwnkenod until the steamer was well wellat wellat 011 011at
at sea The Montroso does not carry first firstclass firstclang rst rstclass
class passengers pM8 < engers She has about twenty twentysecond twenty1Ifirlnd twentysqnd
second 1Ifirlnd cla class s passengers and an 400 steerage steeragepaSsengers steerage3aI6engers steerageasengers
paSsengers asengers aboard aboarIt
It
OHIO HEPUBlIC REPUBLICANS N5 N5fUR
Fran fUR STATE T T is ISOST ISOSTDesperate LIE LIEDesperate lOSTJ lOSTDesperate
J
Desperate Efforts Will Be BeMade BeMade BeMa4
Made Ma4 to Stem stem Tide TideNO TideJ TideNO TideNO
J
NO SLATE IS FRAMED UP DPJudge UPJudge UPa UPJudge
a
Judge Bcosqi Broi of Dayton Dayt n Is Op Opposed Opposed Opposed ¬
posed by Strong Field FieldAll FieldUl 2 2All
All the State Lender and Former FormerLeaders FormerLenders FormerLenders
Lenders Will V1l1 DC at Convention ConventionTuesday ConventtonTneada ConventionTuesday
Tuesday Tneada with the Exception ot otForaker otFornker ofForaker
Foraker Who Was UK Not ot Invited InvitedGarflclcl InUedGarleld InvitedCariclij
Garflclcl Not ot as Likely a Candidate Candidatea8
as He Was Va Last Week WeekColumbus WeekColumbus reek
1 1Columbus I
Columbus Oh > July 24 24The 24TheRepublicans The TheRepublicans The TheRepublicans
Republicans began turning up to today today today ¬
day for Jheir State convention the thefirst therst thefirst
first rst sessiop sessio i of which is to be held heldin heldin heldin
in this city on Tuesday On only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one point was there anything like likeunanimity likeunanimity likes likesunanimity
unanimity of sentiment in the thethrongs thethroogs thethrongs
throngs of Republicans on hand handand handand handand
and this was wiseveI waseveithing eveiyrthing hing must be bedone bedone bedone
done to save the Presidents own ownMost ownState ownState
State net nextfall nextfallMost U U1ost
Most 1ost of the Republicans Rep bicans on the theI thegrou11d thegrotwd
I ground admit a mit that the Democrats emocrats
nominated an exceedingly strong strongticket strongtic strongticket
tic ticket et at Dayton and that the theslightest theslightest theslightest
slightest mistake here might lead leadto leadto leadto
to the reelection of Gov Harmon HarmonBLOW HarmonDLOV HarmonBLOW
BLOW TO TAFT TAFTFurthermore TAFTFvrtlMcJDCKe TAFTPurthmore
Furthermore it was ascarted aaeeCt that for forthe fo fotile forthe
the President Pre Ment to lose his own State next nextfan nuttan nextfail
fan in the ftrst election following the tbepassage ttltepuRge thepaseage
passage et f the PayneAIdrteh tariff bttl bttland WIu blilsad
and u other o r Important Taft maa measures eros at atW atWaddagtasu t tWaaMagton
WaaMagton W wo would W be a direct political pIttica1calamity politicalcalaoikr Jcal Jcalea
calamity ea aDd ad might ndghtlead sat lead to mfgftQr em omtarraMtac emCODdItioni emburrais
tarraMtac burrais eoodlHonfe in the Presidential Presidentialyear PredentiaLycarott e Nent1al Nent1aleIU
year ycarott ycarottSastors eIU of 1Ie 1IeSMaWs 2 2Saaaiors
Saaaiors Burton and audDick Dick and an < < their tfcelrfriends UtelrkIeRdII theirfriends
friends hv haTe dlscuseedVtha dlncueeedhe lsell liea a situation Ul Ulday hitdy It ItlfR
day as ta lfR awildatag na1detnaror fOr tovarnec r oVernr erMl erMlO and andjeVfr a aXMI
jeVfr XMI Ge O r r 3 fl ex ax aak azl fcis Its t teonttaae fj fjcontlnue frSfc frSfccontinue
continue to stoutly aKovttY assert that kea < Britt BcRtBrown BrittDrown BclttBrown
Brown judo o the Court of Cbtaiaoa CbtaiaoaPte2 ldmonPleas n nPleas
Pleas at Dayton is surely surel to be need aontnated ROOItDte4 needaMid
aMid if not on the first t certainly oa the tbesecond theaocond thesecond
second ballot the present iodfcatfeas io indIcadsosnr lcdI Ds8r ret retthat 11 111bat qtbat
that it te Brown against the field and A Astrop s sAeI4I astropg
stropg strop ftatd at that consisting QQa letSng of Warren WarrenG
G Harding James IL R GarfloW CarnH CarnHGranvHle C8fRIIT CalmiThoinpOosi
T ThoinpOosi GranvHle W Mooney OQn and andRepresentative aadBepneatative andReprnaentstlve
Representative Nicholas Loagworth LoagworthHardtng LonswwthHar LongwerthHarding
Hardtng Har lac is editor 64 tor of the Marion Star Stara Smrttaat Stara
a brilliant ttaat speaker P ker and o4dtimo friend frleadof friendof rleDdoC
of Joseph B Foraker and one of ottlle ottlleat the the4rst thekst
4rst at of Forakers lieutenants 1I tonants to desert deserthim desertWIa desertMliii
him when Roosevelt ROOiIOY lt began his assaults assattUsForkker assaultsn aMIW aMIW1orUer
n Forkker H Barding rdihg and aD l Feraker Ferakerlave Fwakerkn Forakerave
lave ave since become reunited Fecakor is isnot IsDOt Isilot
not to attend the convention conrenttonXot COftTentionot
Xot ot Invited This Time TimeIn TimeIR TimeIn
In the old days foianer t01lD HopoWlUn HopoWlUngovernors R Bepab4lngovernors n nIOYeIROra
governors and Senators Se ators wore WGI invited br brthe wthe b bthe
the State committee to come along Ntg and andJoin andjoin Ad Adjeia
Join tile band but with the advent a adve t of ofWade f fWade ta4e
Wade a4e H Ellis uls chairman of the txecit txecittlve UeGltUn oxecatire
tire coauntttee the tII happy MP custom has hasbeen 1tubeeat hasbeen
been suspended s peade4 and no inriauHKi bag bagbeen 1IubeeR banheesu
been sent to Foraker Forak to be pres pr presea a on this thisoccasion tMIC8 thisoccasion
occasion occasionlli C8
v vpdocees
C8tM tM lli > pdocees of elimination arid A indoc indocbtfan md1lCuoa biductio
uoa tio bean today Cox chimed ckdRa d4 m 4 jiole jiolegates date dategate dill dillgates < <
gates for to Brown of the LMS L In the con ¬
vention The Tb field insisted that Cox was wasoff wasolr wasotf
off his reckonft rechaning If Senators Burton and andDick andDIck andDick
Dick received recelTtid any encouragement What Whatever whatever Vo t ter ¬
ever er from ruin BrsMont 4sldent Taft on their visit YI t to toBeverly toBeerly toBeverly
Beverly it was to see to it that neither neitherJudge R neitherJudge k er erJudge
Judge Brown BrOm nor GarfleW was nominated nominaiodContinneil DOIIII nominatedContinued U td tdContlnu
Continued Contlnu l on Pnpe Pa e 4 Column ColumnTAFTS 1 1TAFfS 1 1TAFTS
TAFTS ANKLOETTERPresident ANKLOETTER ANKLE ANKLLBETTERPresiint BETTER BETTERPresicf
Presicf President nt Will Be Free from Pain PainTomorrow PainpmorrGw PainTomorrow
Tomorrow pmorrGw Says Dootor ItootorBr DootorDI6 DootorBi
Br Bi Harbor Me MO July 24PraBWant 24PraBWantTaft 4PmstentTart Pn l altt alttTaft
Taft to at tea once more His HsS tenured tenuredright fajllrooriSlal lnjuzretlright
right ankle is better and leas Ie painful and andby andD1 andby
by the th thdm time me he is ready re 4r to go ashore at atRBCjctend atROCrIaad t tRIHI
RBCjctend RIHI ad on Tuesday Te he is expected peeted to tobe tahe tob
be b free rea from from pain Surg Grayan of Ute tteauynower UteMa7QoWI tileMayflower
Mayflower thinks that the pain will will3 will3be be beanUmy bei beentireir
i anUmy aaUr gone by 11 l that time timeThe ttmeI timeThe
The Ae pnkto sa nklt was p pet t in II 1 a compress last lastnight lutRIght lastnight
night and the swofHn today had almost almostentirely aJm08teAdrel7 almostentirely
entirely disappeared Whan Vhen hen the ProM President PrP ProMdent I IdOllt ¬
dent stepped out of t his car at the door doorof 401Mof doerof
of the Congrtgftflonal ConST congt1gtlonal nal Church C Chur urch he did not nothavo nothave notho
have to lean on a secret ot service urvics Ic man M Mh0 ashe 8 8he
he did yoBtercky 7 1BCerda7 at Banger De BaigerMost gw gwYost N NMost
Most of fJ the members in mbern of the thF th Mayflower Mayflowerwent May Mayflowerwent oQr oQrwe
went we t to church chuI with the PrgsWeot Prsfdent Rev RevR RevR RevR
R B Matthews preached This after afterneon atterI altarnoon
neon Senator Hl Hale took the President Presidentand PresIdentaad Presidentaa
I
and aa the u others out to his summer home homeat b homeat m mt
at t NteoMa whore dinner was s nerved rved A Aapodal AalPoetal A Aspeelsi
apodal train brought t the party to the theMount tlaeftnt theMeant
Mount ftnt Desert Ferry where they t e3 boarded boardedthe bouMdUla boardedthe
the Ula yacht cht Sh sate steamed out for Bar BarHarbor BarHar1Mr BarHarbor
Harbor and n4I to t the Gray sea seaRooktend S08Rockaad seaRockland
Rooktend M Me July Sfe HThe The Mayflower Mayflowergot Mayitw Mayflowergot r rgQt
got to t Br Harbor at i i 51t tonight A Asmall A Asmall y ysmaU1toat
small smaU1toat boat went ashore ore and hd 1IIqked sl rtcksd ked lIP lIPM upthe p pthe
the M mall She sailed Oed again for Dark DarkSartor DukBarher DarkBarber
Sartor Isfeeboro IsI boro and Rotikjaitd Rodk RoCklalid nt atShe t tShe CJH CJHShe
She fe duo 4uo ue at l I8S00r0 osboro tomorrow to w mornInS mornlag morn mornlag
lag
Will Oppose WoodroiVfcTRIilson WoodroiVfcTRIilsonAsbury Woodrovst VoodrowUsonAsbll Ulaon UlaonAsbury
Asbury Asbll Park N Jr J July J SCrMayor 1I aor1i aor1iOtt8 KOtto K ItOtto
Otto Wlttpen of a Jersey JerstJ CIty who is vl vlittag vJc vJcIting vlitisig
ittag this 8 place and ACt is a candidate entJldate for fori t tgovernor forgovernor
i governor of the State of New Jersey Jerseysnakfe Jerse Jerse8D11 Jerseysike
snakfe 8D11 today of the candidacy eandNKClet Pre Predeat Fr Frd ProM ProMdea4
deat d Wootfrow We ftow Wilson of Prtaceton P oa TJnl TJnlverslty UaJvarslty TJnIvarsity
varsity for that office o lee Ho te said a1d 14 Wojfd Wojfdrow W Wrow d drow
row Wilson is being ng advanced a4v ed for gov govdrno so sorM govcirn
drno cirn rM of New Ne Jersey by th Ute corporate corporatelnte08ts co corporateinte1oatn ratQ ratQIntcQIJts
lnte08ts in the Democratic party There Thereis ZhereIs
is no foundation to the story that i I In Intend Intend Intend ¬
tend to pull out of the race before tho thoDemocratic thoDemocratic theDemocratlc
Democratic convention Is held H

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