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mon Houses Take < Over Holding Holdingand 1I01lInglland Iloltltngiitntl
and Will onl Bring Dr1n About Peace in inTronic inTrunk InTrun1
Trunk Iilnea Llncsperehnl LInePcrctrn1 Perclval Farqulmr Fnrquhnr FnrquhnrSpeenlntor a aSpeculator aSpeculator
Speculator Soldier oldler of o Fortune lfrtune and nndPromoter RlUlPromoter andProznotcr
Promoter on a Large Scale ScaleNew SenleNew ScaleNew
New York July 28 28The The audac audacity audacity audacity ¬
ity of the transaction whereby whercb Dr DrF DrF DrF
F S Pearson Pcrchml Farquhar Farquharand Farquharand Farquharand
and their associates hoped hop d to gain gaincontrol gaincontrol gaincontrol
control of an American transconti transcontinental transcontinental transcontinental ¬
nental railroad system stpod out in ineven ineven ineven
even bolder relief when more mor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the facts became known today todayTheir todayTheir todayTheir
Their operations were on an even evengreater evengreater evengreater
greater scale sc le thai than at first reported reportedAltogether reportedAltogether reportedAltogether
Altogether long before the re resources resources resources ¬
sources of the syndicate were im impaired impaired mipaired ¬
paired they had bought stocks of ofthe oithe ofthe
the roads in the proposed system systemto sstem sstemto
to an amount certainly in excess of
950000 shares and representing representingcash representingcash representingcash
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The ilgurec gurQII suggest au e t the magnitude of ofthe orthe ofthe
the undertaking In the course of the thedevelopment thodev thedevotimont
dev devotimont development topmont of the scheme Ch chem they tho must mustperforce rnuetperforce mustperforce
perforce encounter e COuutor every big Ig group of offinanciers orfinAnciera offinnciers
financiers and most of the powerful rail railroad raJltoad railtoad ¬
toad systems in the United States Stat In Insecuring Insecuring Insecuring
securing control of Rock Island they theymust tharmuet theymust
must have havt had a bitter contoet with withJudge withJudgo withJudgo
Judgo Moore and D G Hold R ld man who whoin whoIn whoIn
in at least one bitter bltter ltter fight gotjhe gotthe got the bes besof b8Sot best bestOC
of Harriman
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cording to their plans 1as3 Ians tffiiy thy mutt mvo mvoincurred JftLvoIncurred I15voIncurred
incurred the th bitter hostility h tllty of the Read Heading Reading Reading ¬
ing Jersey Central Lackfiwanna Brie Brieand Brieand 3rloand
and other roods ro a backed by b the Morgan Morganand Morganand MorganandFtrst
and andFtrst First National Bank Interests InterestsIn Intero InterestsIn t tIn
In giving Wabash abuh an outlet to the coast coastthey e coastthey Ut Utthy
they could uld have had a a joyous battle with withthe wWtthe withthe
the New ew York Central C ntral system on one oneside oneside onelde
side lde and the Pennsylvania P nnsJlvanl on the other othorto othocto otherto
to say nothing o 01 of the other trunk linos linoslike lInMlike lInoL1 lInoL1like
like Baltimore and Ohio OhioDlidnliivd OhioDhulnlned OhioDhidalned
Dlidnliivd Jnmen Tame J Hill HillIn HillIn 11111In
In the West they threw down the thegauntlet thegauntlet thegauntlet
gauntlet first to the Gould from rom whom whomthey whomthe whomthey
they the proposed to take their choicest pos possessions pos8P8slonl poesessIons ¬ i
sessions They disdained the power of ofJames ofJamea ofJames
James J Hill who does doo not want any anytranscontinental anytran anytranscontinental
transcontinental tran contlnuntal system while he controls controlsthe controlthe controlsthe
the Great Northern orthern Northern Pacific Pacificand Paclftcand Pacificand
and Burlington Finally they tho reckoned reckonednot roekonedriot reckonedLot
not of the wishes of the richest rlcho t of all allsystems aUsystem allsystems
systems Union Pacific with which they theyproposed the theproposoo theyproposed
proposed to commence a sharp arp struggle strugglenor strugglenor truggienor
nor did they seem to take in the reckon reckoning reckonIng reckonIng ¬
ing the bankers for the Union Pacific Pacificand PAcl Pacificand e ennd
and Pennsylvania Ponns1n Kuha Iub Loeb Co CoInto C CInto CoInto
Into whose hands the lb syndicate finally finallyfell finallyfeU finallyfell
fell fellAs
As the transaction now stands though thoughDr thoughDr thoughDr
Dr Pemrsbn and Mr Farquhar retain a adiminished adlmlnlsbed adiminished
diminished interest inttreet in the securities the thesyndicate tl1l1syndicate thesyndicate
syndicate bought Kuhn Loeb Co Cohave cohave Cohave
have absolute control of them j and nd Otto OttoH OttoH I IH
H Kahn the banker who was w HarrI Harrlmans HarrIman Harrimans
mans man most trusted tr tod and respected ad adviser ndIsorand a avisor ¬
visor Isorand and closest confidant is sitting on onthe ontho onthe
the lid of the the strong box wondering what whathe whathe whatho
he will do with them
No Plans for Future FutureIt
I It may be stated authoritatively that thatup Ulatup thatp
up p to the present Kuhn Loob Co con consider conflidt conelder ¬
elder flidt > r the matter as a a banking transac transaction transaction transaction ¬
tion and have no plan pan for using the thevariegated thoarlegated thevariegated
variegated assortment of securities for forrailroad forrailrOAd forrailroad
railroad aggrandizement The syndicate syndicateheaded s syndicateheaded ndlcate ndlcateheaded
headed by them has as a its principal En English Eng118h Engush ¬
gush participant Sir Ernest Camel often oftenContinued ortenContinued oftenContinued
Continued on Pn PnJfe c a Column ColumnKEEPS 5 5KEEPS GKEEPS
Rejected Suitor Kills Husband of ofGirl ofGirl ofGirl
Girl After Five Years YearsMount YearsMount Yearsb
b Mount Vernon Ind July 28 BFive Five years yearsago yearsago oars oarsago
ago when Harry Long was married In InHenderson InHondoraon InHenderson
Henderson County Ky ho sent Leo LeoStallyflda LeuStalbRd LeoStallyfids
Stallyflda an invitation to his worffilng worffilngthe weJtHngthe woUIngthe
the two having been rivals for the hand handof handor handIt
of It the bride Staltyftue replied ropll d I will willkill willkill willkill
kill you ou Uke a dog the first time I see seeyou seeyou seeyou
Of OfLong
you youLong
Long and his wife cams hero to livs livsand JlVIlJlnd livoand
and unknown unkno to thjfo Staliyflds StaJl ds ao aocurod 10curad socured
cured work near hero some S mo weeks ago agoLate agoLate agoLate
Late last night n ht Long and his wife were weresitting waro warositting weresitting
sitting in the string in front of their theirhome theirhomo theirhome
home and Mrs Long was holding the thebaby Uaebab thebaby
baby bab in her lap SUtllyflds Sta1b c1s passed P I OO by byand Ibyand y yand
and seeing thorn without saying a word wordopened wordop wordopCned
opened op ned fire He shot three times One Oneshot Oneshot Oneshot
shot struck Long In the leg and the theother theother theother
other two passed through his abdomen abdomenGeorge abdomenGeorge abdomenGeorge
George Bishops Bl hops a neighbor sitting a afew afew afew
few feet away knocked kno ked Staliyflds Stan ds down downwith downIth downwith
with Ith a brick after the third shot and andafter am amafter andafter
after wrenching his revolver away awa held heldhim holahim heWhim
him until an officer came and nd arrested arrestedhim arrostedhim arrestedhim
him Long died diedpopular dlOOpopuJor diedpOpunr
popular Excursion Baltimore < Ohio OhioR OhioR OhioB
R n July Jul 31 31Leave 81Leave n nL
Leave L ae Union Station 815 n z m JLOO LOO to toHarpers toHarpers t tHarpers
Harpers Ferry and Martlnsburg 136 to toPerkeley toFErkele toPerkeley
Perkeley FErkele Springs and 200 to Cumberland Cumberlandand Cumberlandand Cumborlandand
and return returnS by special train returning returningsame returningnme returningtame
same day Splendid opportunity for a adelightful adelightful
1 delightful outing cheap cheapoao
000 to Mountain Lake Pork Md nnd nndKcturn nndn andReturn
Return KcturnBaltimore n ReturnBaltimore turn turnBaltimore
Baltimore Ohio R IU R July 20th to toAugust toAugust toAugust
August 23d valId for return until Au August Auliust AuUBt ¬
gust UBt 31st
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaiJary1and
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaGener VirginiaGenerally Gener Generally ¬
ally fair today and tomorrow tomorrowlittle tomorrowlittle tomorrowlittle
little change in temperature temperaturelight tcmperaturelight temperaturelight
light variable winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
Pages Pages1Vt
1Vt 1 Vast Y t Scheme Goes to Naught NgughtCotton NaughtCotton I IColton
Cotton Mills in a Trust TrustMilliondollar TrostMnliondollar TrisLMihliondollur
Milliondollar Repairs at Capitol CapitolTwo CapitolTwo CapitolTwo
Two Strikers trIkors Are Killed KilledSpain KilledSp KilietiSpain
Spain Sp ln and Vatican to Break BreakCrlppon DreakCrlppon BreakCrtppon
Crlppon Aboard AbO rd Ship in Canada CanatlnaTroops OnnadaSTroops
3 aTroops Troops ih War Game at Gettysburg GettysburgSmuggled GQt GettystiurgSmuggled s6urg s6urgSmugglod
Smuggled Chinese Tricked Tricked3Taft Tricked3Taft
3 3Taft Taft Returns to Beverly BeverlyBryan BoverlyBrynn BeverlyBryun
Bryan Loyal to County Cou Option OptionGarneld OptionGarfield OptionGarfield
Garfield to See Roosevelt Roosevelt4Edltorial Roosovolt4Edltortal RoosovelL4dItorial
4Edltorial 4Edltorial5In 4Edltortal51n 4dItorialSIn
SIn the World orld of Society Sod Society6Nationals at at6Nat1onals >
6 6Nat1onals Nationals Down Athletics Athlotlcs7Amateur Athletics7Amateur
7 7Amateur Amateur Sports and arid Races RacQS RacQS9Commerclal Races9Commercial
9 Commercial and Financial Financial1ft FinanciallHay Financial10Hay
1ft lHay Hay Fever Sufferers to Meet MeetCOTTON MeetCOTTON MeetCOTTON
S Davies Warfield of Baltimore Balti Ealtimore Baltimore
more Heads BoardHAS BoardHAS Board BoardHAS
HAS CAPITAL OF 20000000 20JOOOJOOOe 20000000ew
Take TakeOver TnleOer TakeOver
ew e Organization Plans to
Over Large Number o of 3I111M 3I111MThroughout Inla Inlarhronghol1t 1i11sThroughout
Throughout the Country CountrJlyron Myron C CTaylor CTnlor CTaylor
Taylor President In Largely LnrKe Kc KcHpoualblc neHlOlUtllJlc Reepoiilblc
Hpoualblc for the Combine CombineNow OomblncN CombineNow
Now N York July 2t The organization organizationof orsIzailonof
of o the International Cotton Mills 1115 Corpor Corporation CorpOration orpor orporatlon ¬
ation a a combination of cotton interests interestswith IntQloetlwith Interestswith
with control over many man of the textile textilemilts toxtUomills toxtil9mills
mills of the country was announced by byMyron b bMyron byMyron
Myron C Taylor its president It WM WMincorporated waaIncorporated Wasincorporated
incorporated at Albany Alban with an author authorized autborIzed authorized ¬
ized capital of mCQO000 OFOGOGO and the corn company cornpAnT cornpany ¬
pany will acquire either by direct own ownership ownerelll ownership ¬
ership erelll or by b stock tock control a large al1 number numberof numb numberof or oroC
of mills mUl and companies companl which handle handlesales bandloMle8 handleseie
sales seie and an distribution in Canada ntd as well wella wellathi
a 81 athi this tltl country countryThe couatryThe countryThe
The products of the combined mills millswill matswfll millswill
will represent about MO N8ElotJea varieties of cotton cottonfabrics cottonfabrics cottonfabrics
fabrics The negotiations which have led ledto 100to ledto
to the formation of this tb corporation have havebeen havebeen 1avebeen
been going on for several months The Thelargest ThoJa Thelargest
largest Ja e t acquisition acqultu n will be the preferred preferredand preferredand preferredand
and common stock of the Consolidated ConsolidatedCotton COMOUdatodCotton ConsolidatedCotton
Cotton Duck Company which owns the theStark theStark theStark
Stark Mills in Manchester Mancho tor N H be besides 1 besides > > e eakIn ¬
sides a number of plants pltn in the South
This concern con < orn TMSB W86 Incorporated I in 1ai 1aiDelaware 31l IftH In InDelaware t tDelaware
Delaware to acquire aCCfUlrotbe the securities of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the UnlUtf States Cotton Duck Coy Corporation CO1paraUon Coyporstion ¬
poration and the Mount oWltVornonWood oWltVornonWoodborr1 VornonWood VornonWoodberry VernonWoodberry
berry Cotton Duck Company The follow following fOllowIng followlag ¬
ing year tho former concern went out outof outof outof
of existence exl tenee and up to the present time timethe timethe timethe
the Consolidated has secured something somethingmore Mmethlngmore somethingutore
more than H per cent of the Mount MountVemon MountVeronn MountVernon
Vernon Companys stock stockAcjinlred stockACllnlrell stocktejjnlreil
Acjinlred Turner urner Company CompanyThe CompnnyThe CompanyThe
The Consolidated also acquired in 1806 1806the 1006the 11106the
the entire capital stock of the J Spencer SpencerTurner Spon SpencerTurner er erTurner
Turner Company which now acts as its itsdistributing Itai Itsdistributing
distributing agent To do this the prin principal prIncipel principel ¬
cipel and Interest on I20MOOO 2001000 < per cent centdebentures centdebontur centdebentures
debentures were guaranteed guaranteedAn
An appraisal Apprat al of the consolidated prop properties propertlo propertlos ¬
erties ertlo was made bthe bf the engineering Arm flrmof Armof firmof
of C R Makepeace Co of Provi Providence Proldence Proyldenee ¬
dence and the international concern do decided doclded docidod ¬
cided that they should be acquired An Another Another Another ¬
other concern that will be taken in is I the theBay tbeBaT theBay
Bay State Cotton Corporation of Massa Massachusetts M Mcbuectts Massachusetts ¬
chusetts of which Mr r Taylor was U the theoVganlzer therganlzcr theggnizer
oVganlzer rganlzcr The Boston Yarn Y rn Company Companywill Companyv1IL
will v1IL 111 also > bo acquired acquiredS
S Davies Daie WarfleW president of the thei thccon theconsolidated
i consolidated con oUdatel concern has been Qen elected electedchairman electedchairman electedchairman
chairman of the board of tho new com combination combination cornbinatlon ¬
bination Myron C Taylor Is its presi president pre8ident preeldent ¬
dent and ml the vice Ice presidents pre k1ent8 are Charles CharlesM
M Warner arner Thomas M l Turner and P PT PT PT
T Jackson Jr J T D Armltage is the thegeneral thooneral thegeneral
general oneral manager A P Loring Lorln treasurer treasurerand trla treasurerand urcr urcrand
and D H Carroll secretary secretaryTaylor socretaryTllor secretryTaylor
Taylor a Young Man ManMr ManMr UanMr
Mr Taylor who has h s boon largely re responsible responsible responsiblo ¬
sponsible for the new concern is a man
of about thirtyfive who first rat made a aplace aplAce aplace
place for himself in cotton interests by bystarting bystarUng 1ystarUng
starUng a factory for the manufacture of ofmall otman ofmall
mall pouches for the government He Hestill Hesun Hestill
still has a factory factor at Tyon N Y where wherethese wherothese wherethese
these are made madeThe Inft madeThe c cTho
The directors are Augustus Augu tu P Loring LoringR
R P Snelling Edward Levering Frank FrankJ
J T Hola J D Armltage P T Jackson Jaoksonjr Jacksonjr Jacksonjr
jr and A L Scott all of Boston F A ACarpenter ACarponter AOarpontor
Carpenter Manchester Manche ter N H Charles CharlesM ChArlesM
M Warner E A Brinckerhoft Thomas ThomasM
M Turner Myron C Taylor of Now NowYork NewYork NowYork
York S Davies WarflelOf War ellGr David H Car Carroll CarroU Carroll ¬
roll J H Wheelwright and William H HGrafflln HGt8fflln HOrafflin
Grafflln of Baltimore BaltimoreThere Jftatimoro JftatimoroThere JaUImoreThere
There are to be offices of the company companyIn
In New York Boston Baltimore Chicago ChicagoSt ChlcIOSt
St Louis San Francisco London aid aidManchester aadManchester aidManchester
Manchester England and agencies in inother Inether Incthor
other foreign countries In the employ employof
of the International will be more than
10000 persons and twentytwo mills are areincluded arcIncluded areIncluded
included in the properties Outside of the themill themill themill
mill properties the concern will 111 own ownsomething own owhsomething I Isomothlng
something like 10000 acres of land part partof partof partof
of which Is now under cultivation for forcotton torcotton forcotton
cotton It is proposed to broaden the theoperations theoperations theoperations
operations in this thl direction directionDecide dIrectiOnDecl11e directionDeCIde
Decide Against Amcfl AmcflManila Ain AJ11Manila AinManila
Manila July M mTho The courtmartial in inthe Inthe inthe
the case of Lieut Col Co Robert F Amos Amosof Amosof Amosof
of tho Twelfth Infantry InCantt charged with withconduct withconduet withconduct
conduct unbecoming U bocomlng an officer and preju prejudicial preJudicial prejudiclal ¬
dicial to military miUtDr discipline the charges chargesgrowing ch chargesgrowing rgoe rgoegrowing
growing out of the suicide of Lieut Clar Clarence Clarenco Ciarenco ¬
enco M Janncy at a a > mer given at atLieut atLteut atLient
Lieut Col Ames house has returned a averdict nvordlct averdict
verdict reducing the defendant twelve twelvefiles twelvefllCii twelvefiles
files Ho IB however left in cemmand of oftho oftho oftho
tho regiment during Col Bowens three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months of enforced absence absenceOperate abiencer abienceOpernte absenceOpcrate
Operate on Evangel Eangellllt EangelllltBerlin EvangelistBerlin int intBerlin
Berlin July 2S 28Charles Charles M Alexander Alexanderthe AloCanderI Alexanderthe
the ovengollst was operated upon today todayfor todayfor todayfor
I for appendicitis So far as can be stated statedat statedat statedat
at present the operation was successful successfulWeekEnd successfulekEn1 successfulWeekEnd
WeekEnd ekEn1 Seashore Excursion ExcursionBaltimore ExcundonDnltlmore ExcursionBaltimore
Baltimore Ohio Route IloutcEvery nouteEvery RouteEvery
Every Friday and Saturday to Atlantic
City CIt Capo May Sea Isle City and
Ocean City N J valid for return until untilfollowing until10UowInC untilZollowlng
following Tuesday 5601 GOQ
AT NATIONS SEAT SEATMilJIonclollar SEATMilliondollar
Milliondollar Repairs Start StartIn RtartIn Startln
In Earnest EarnestNEW EarnestNBW EarnestNBW
Statuary St unry Hall and Office Build Building Building Builtiing ¬
ing in Wake WakeArmy WakeArmy VakeArmy
Army of Workers Vor rs nt Capitol and andSenate ana anaSennte andSenate
Senate anti nonce oue Edifices EllI ees Are Put Puttlnx Putttlng
ttlng 1 tins Down the Hunt and Klnka and nndBrushing andDrl1lbln andBrushing
Brushing Drl1lbln Up and Expanding for the theXext theNext theNext
Next Session of Congress Which WhichWill WhichWill VhlohVUl
Will Sec Many lUlLn Improvement ImprovementImprov ImprovementsImprovements Improvement1Improvements
Improvements Improv onts of more morOt1tn than 109MD9 1 aro arobeing aroboln srobeing
being boln made at tho Capltoj the Senate Senateand Santeand Senateand
and Houiie office omes buildings and in coarse coarseof ooar ooaror courseof
of time will oxfend to the City Hall with withits withIts withIts
its new addition In the tb Court of Appeals AppeakBailding AppoalsBalWlng AppealsBudding
Budding BaildingI BalWlngSince BuddingSince
I Since July 1 a t email ia1I n army of laborers laborersunder laborO laboromunder l lundor
under the siSpervioion M penln of Sup Bfllott BfllottWoods DllluttWoods 3lllottWoods
Woods and David D vl4 Lynn his hi assistanthave assistant nseletanthave latant
have been going over the Capitol from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the tip of dome to basement basementFourteen buimMntFourteon basementFourteen
Fourteen new suttee of 0 ofUceo costing costingtt COIlingttOOO
111000 ttOOO tt arc being fitted out in the baM baeemont baMmont basemont
mont of the Senate office building buildingScores buU4IhtgDrllHhlng bulkihigBruNhing
DrllHhlng Up Dome DomeScore DomeScores
Scores of laborers labor are at work Ork on the thebig tiebig e ebI
big bI dome going Inl ov 0 over r every 811I inch I of the theexterior theexterior theexterior
exterior and interior with paint and andscrubbing aatt8Club1alnc andscrubbing
scrubbing brush and not even en the God Goddess GoddlltS Goddoss ¬
doss of Liberty nearly neart 3W I feet above the theground OleJIOUftd theilrOund
ground has been forgotten forgottenIn
In addition to the perilous perl and Irksome Irksometask Irk Irksometask ftme ftmetuk
task of painting the dome do the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court section Statuary Hall and the thecorridor thecorridor UIecorridor
corridor between the rotunda rotu mad the theStatuary tbeStatuat7 theSttuary
Statuary Hall are marked out for the theline tIM11ne theline
line of o work Every square foot of tb tbwalls tM thewalls
walls 1111 ceilings and floors of these sec sections liettOIUl eections ¬
tions are being beln restored to the original originalwhich oMcmaJwhich origInalwhich
which means the scraping of fifty layers layersof Ja7 Ja7or
of paint off ot the stone work workWork workVnrk workurk
Work urk nt Senate IJutltllnpr IJutltllnprAt
At the Senate office building the entire entirebasement enUrebaaement entirebasement
basement is being torn up for repairs repairsand repa1nand repsIrsand
and and additions When the building was wasoriginally wasoriglnaUy wasoriginally
originally built it was thought that there therewas tbMewas therewas
was sufficient sumcl nt room but quarters have havebeen havebilen haveb
been b on cramped until it was seen fit to toexpand teaXpand toxpand
Xpand EMIt office room will 111 bo botltt fitted fittedout fittedout l lout
out with mahogany mab gany and the latest fur furntehlugs turnl furnishiugs
ntehlugs nl bltp plumbing and doors doorsla doonIn doorsIn
In the House office o ko buildIng SMW9 has
t bo > aefr it especially lJpeclaU appropriated a proPrlaiod for or refitting refittingand reAttl nUttingand g galM1
and painting the buildIng and a d when whencompleted whoacompetfMl whencompleted
completed the whole structure will UI take takeon ta takeon e eon
on an appearance of f newness newnessThe Jaew JaewTho newnessTho
Tho work on the Capitol Ca to1 dome ta the themost themost themost
most difficult undertaken Exposed xpoed as II it itis Itla ItIs
is to the weather the year round cracks cracksand cracksand cracksand
and leaks appear constantly con tant1 and the thework thework thework
work of painting every square inch of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the huge hU e surface au rtaee Inside and out is one oneof onoor oneof
of pains and peril Thlrtyftve painters paintersand palntoraAnd paintersand
and ten laborers have beeo at work on onth onttl onthe
th the dome 9tnc tIIInee July 1 and already k y nearly nearl7I nearlyt0
2000 I t0 > > > gallons 81Jona of o paint have been used usedWednesday uaedWedne usedWedneedsy
Wednesday Wedne day during the electrical storm stormwhich stormwhich stormwhich
which struck the th dty workmen outside outsidethe outsidethe outs4dethe
the dome received a close call from In Injury Injur inJury ¬
jury jur being forced to return to shelter shelterEach shelterEach > > bellerEach
Each year when the gutter running runningaround ronnlngI runningaround
I around tho baeVof bYe or the dome is repaired a anumber anumber anumber
number of curious articles are found by bythe byI bythe
I the workmen most mo t of f them dropped by bysightseers by8I bysightseers
sightseers 8I btseers
Many Article Found FoundThis FoutHlThIs FoundThis
This year ear was wa like the others Hats Hatscoats Hatscoats Hatscoats
coats coins col documents and many man other otherarticles oth otherarticles r rarttcl06
articles were found foundEory fomdEvery OtJnd OtJndEvery
Every piece of iron k n must be rubbed and andContinued andContinue andContinued
Continued on Page 3 Column ColumnPHOTOS 2 2PHOTOS 2PHOTOS
Police Work on New Clejws Ol ws in Dr Dri DrKeeler DrKeeler
i Keeler Case CaseDetroit CaseDotrolt CaseDetroit
Detroit July Tul 28 SThe The photographs of
thirty thlrt women women found In the trunk of Dr DrHarry DrBArr DrHarry
Harry BArr Keoler Klo1 when he was arrested here herearo heroare hereare
are being befn studied and copies are being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made and sent ent broadcast Dr Keeler Keelernow to tonow Isnow
now in custody cu tOd in Brooklyn BrooklynThe BrooklynThe BrooklynThe
The authorities think they the may be plc pictures plctUfOlJ plcturee ¬
tures of other victims victlm I < tlma of the dentist dentistProm dentistFrom dentistFrom
From all over the country the police are arereceiving aroreceiving arereceiving
receiving letters from women asking askingabout aakingabout asicingabout
about the doctor and telling of how they theywere theywere theywore
were wooed wedded and robbed by a man mananswering manI mananswering
I answering Keelers description A Los LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles eIOS attorney attorne writes that he thinks thinksKeeler thinksKeeler thinksKosher
Keeler married marr 41a a client of his and then thenduped thenduped thenduped
duped her6ut her ut of of2t 2600 2600fETON 600 600TON
Guest of Maryland and Virginia Aii AiiHoclntlon A Afloelntlon tn tnsocintion
Hoclntlon at Hot Spring SprlngrnHot SpringHot SpringsHot
Hot Springs Va July 5Justico Justice Hor Horace Horace Herace ¬
ace G Lurton of the United States at08 Su Supreme Suprome Supromo ¬
promo Court was the guest of honor hon r at atthe atthe atthe
the final session of the Maryland and andVirgin andVlrglnl andVirgini
Virgin State Bar Associations this thismorning thislnornlug thisinornhig
morning and a d delivered delivered the principal ad address address address ¬
dress dressJustice dressJustice dressJutlce
Justice Lurton was escorted to the hall hallby haUb haltby
by b William Shepherd Bryan B n of Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more and Eppa Hunton of Richmond RichmondTiie RchmondThe RIchmondThe
The entire assemblage a arose to its feet feetto featto feetto
to pay tribute to the repre representative entattve of orthe ofthe ofthe
the highest court in the land landOn landOn landOn
On the the platform Justice Lurton shook shookhands sbookhands shookhands
hands with Col Co David T McIntosh pros president prosWent res resIdfnt ¬
Went of the Maryland State Bar Associa Association Aeloclatlon AiCocIatien ¬
tion and President Pro ldent R Walton Moore of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Virginia association The Th Virginia Virginiaassociation Virginiaaasoclatlon VirginiaassoclaUomt
association acting a tlng as host to the Mary Maryland Manland Marylaud ¬
land association President Moorelntro Moorelntroduced Moore Mooreintmduced ntro ntroducotl
duced Justice Lurton to the convention conventionJustice comentlonJu conventionJustice
Justice Ju Uce Lurtons address was an answer answerto answerto answerto
to the question Shall it be a govern government govornmen governmont ¬
mont men t Of r law la lawor W or of men menViclt men menYIlt menVisit
Visit the Guard nt Gettysburg Gett bttrJ To Tomorrow TonlorrO Tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowOnly nlorrO nlorrOOnly morrowOnly
Only 200 via Ia Baltimore Ohio by byspecial byspoelaltraln byspecial
special spoelaltraln train at 730 7 1 30 a m returning
leavo Gettysburg 615 G1 p m mOO
300 OO to Pen3Iar nnd Return ReturnJuly ReturnJuly
July Jul 30 30Baltimore 30Baltlmoro 80Baltimore I
Baltimore Ohio from Washington nshlngton at
780 a m returning leave PenMar 716 716p 7151p 715p
p m same day Good opportunity for fordelightful fordelightfUl fordelightful
delightful outing OUUD I
Two Thousand Engage in inJ1attle inBattle I IBattle
Battle at Sugar Plant PlantNew PlantNew PlaiitNew
< New York July 28 2STtO Two thousand 010 men menI menpoI menpolicemen
I policemen poI men strikers sad v strikebreak strikebreakers sU1kebreakersft1Psec1 strikebreakrsengned ¬
ers ersft1Psec1 encased In a a deadly o I handtohand handtohandftbt bandtohandgbt
ftbt gbt te front of the American Sugar Su Re Renuiax BeCtmpu Reilulag
nuiax Companys Ctmpu pleat at South Third Thirdstreet Third8trtet Thirdstreet
street and Kent avenue Wllliamsburg Wllliamsburgabout lVllilamsburgabout IUamaburl IUamaburlAbout
about sJt M oclock this morning and as a aresult aresult aresult
result two tw men me are dead d and a score or ormore ormore ormore
more are badly btJdl injured some of whom whommay WbomDUL whommna
may DUL die dieThe dieThe dieThe
The riot resulted from the attempt of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the company to send out a consignment consignmentof
of sugar in defiance of the throats oC the theaW
1 aW striking employs em lo7No Fifteen FUteeabUlHlred FUteeabUlHlredatrlkCrs Fifteenstrikers hundred hundredstrikers
strikers gathered around t U tho e plant t this thismorning thl thlmor thismorning
morning mor Jng tQ t ace S that the paoaigainent agament did
not lot mojje m according to schedule aDd aadwhen andwhen
when the pone po attempted at to interfere interfereOR I
OR the compaajr eOmpanga behalf the th battle took tookform tookCorm tookform
form formPistols CormP18t formPistols
Pistols P18t Ja clubs and brickbate br1ekbl 1s were freely freelyused freelya freelyused
used a and the affray spread over an area areaOf areaOf f for
Of four blocks b ocks and raged for ton or fifteen fifteenminutes ftCteeamlnut fifteenminutes
minutes mlnut 8 Tho sidewalks atdeW1 k in places became becameliterally beeame1tt8l8U becameliterally
literally 1tt8l8U covered with the uneonaciotw uneonaciotwformr unC0 unconeciouformr 8Clouti 8Cloutiform
formr of f Injured men More than a dozen dozenpolfenen doz dozpoJIc dozenpoIIcanori
polfenen poJIc nOtl were badly hurt by bricks brickshurled brlckhurled brickshurled
hurled from the roofs and fire escapes tWCIlt t of ofadjoining ofadjoining ofadjoining
adjoining buildings by strike sympathis sympathisers ¬
ersTho ers
Tile police did not get the situation situationthoroughly situ situationthoroughly a tlon tlonthoroulhly
thoroughly in hand for more than an hour hourafter bourater hourafter
after the cessation of hostilities o 08t1I1UC8 and then thenthey thonthey thenthey
they stood ready to cope with 1th an out outbreak outbreak outbreak ¬
break which momentarily threatened threatenedSupt throatelMdSuP1 threatenedSupt
Supt Pool called Police Commissioner CommissionerBaker Comml CommissionerBaker toner tonerBaker
Baker on the phone late in the after afternoon aneenoon afternoon ¬
noon and told him that the first thing thingtomorrow thingtomorrow thingtomorrow
tomorrow morning the refinery people peoplepurposed peoplepurposed peoplepurposed
purposed to move thirty truckloads of ofsugar ofSUpr ofsugar
sugar to the Eastern district refinery refineryfurther re refineryfurther nery neryturthor
further up the Long Island shore of the theEast theEast theEast
East River There were 60000 60 barrels of ofpf orJJf ofpf
pf sugar in the beleaguered refinery that thathad thatbad thathad
had to be moved said ald the he superintendent superintendentand
and this would ould be the first consignment consignmentCommissioner consignmentCommissioner consignmentCommissioner
Commissioner Baker ordered that 500 500policemen iCIOpollcemen OO OOpolicemen
policemen in two shifts should cover the themoving th thmoving themoving
moving operations tomorrow and trouble troubleis troubl troubl1s
is feared fearedTWO fearedTWO oaredTWO
Columbus July 2S 2STwo Two thousand sol ¬
diers under command of Gen W V VMcMaken VMcMaken VMeMaken
McMaken of Toledo are encamped here heretonight heretonight heretonight
tonight pursuant to a call issued S 8ued by byMayor bylaor byMayor
Mayor Marshall who after after four days of ofintermittent orIntermittent ofIntermittent
intermittent rioting incident Inct oot to the street streetcar streettar streetCar
car strike declared his police force ox exhausted oxhausted oxhausted ¬
hausted and no longer able to to cope co with withthe withtho withthe
the situation situationNo slUmUono situationNo
No o cars Cftrs were run in the city today todaysave toda todaMve todaysave
save those of interurban lines and none nonewill nonewm nonewill
will be until tomorrow when Gov GO Har Harmon Harmon liarmon ¬
mon is scheduled to to arrive from from his sum summer summer summer ¬
mer home at Charlevolx Mich So far farmartial farmarUal farmartial
martial law has not been declared and andMayor RndMQ1 andMayor
Mayor MQ1 r Marshall still Is In charge of ofthings orthings ofthings
things Since cars were withdrawn last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night at 10 oclock there has been no dis disturbance disturbance dieturbance ¬
turbance and none is expected so S long longas longas longas
as cars are not operating operatingTroop oporatIngTroop operatIngTroop
Troop A of Cleveland most of t whose whosemembers whosemombors whosemembers
members aro either rich men or rich richmens rIchmens richmens
mens sons has ha roped off a section of ofBroad ofBroad ofBroad
Broad street to quarter its horses hors S The Thetroops Thetroops Thetroops
troops themselves occupy cots in Trinity TrinityHouse Trlnlt TrlnltHouse Trinityliobse
House opposite Trinity Episcopal Epls OJml Church ChurchAll ChurchAU ChurchAll
All the companies of the th Second Third Thirdand Thirdand Thirdand
and Sixth regiments of infantry Infantr are arehere arehere arehero
here Battalions have gone into camp campabout campabout campabout
about the street car barns where rioting riotingwas riotingwas riotingwas
was lively The State arsenal is under underguard underguard underguard
guard of Battery Batter C of Columbus ColumbusW
W v D Mahon international president presidentof
of the Street Car Mens Ion8 Union is i direct directing directIng directing ¬
ing the strike for the men The men menwent menwont menwent
went on strike In April because the Co Columbus Columbus Columbus ¬
lumbus Railway Rnllwa and nd Light Company was wasdischarging W wasdischarging s sdisCharging
discharging every man suspected of be belonging belonging belonging ¬
longing to tho union An increase in pay paywas PR PRwas paywas
was also asked askedBusiness askedBusiness askedBusiness
Business men brought about a poacoful poacofulsettlement poacofulsettlement peacefulsettlement
settlement after six days but ut since then thonthe thenthe thenthe
the union alleges the company com pan has con continued continued continued ¬
tinued to discriminate against members membersSince membersSince membersSince
Since the present strike was ordered orderedSunday orderedSunday orderedSunday
Sunday the men have demanded a fur further turther furthor ¬
ther increase in pay at a minimum of 25 25cents 2icents 5 5cents
cents an hour and recognition 6 of the theunion theunion theunion
union unionJOO unionp200
JOO 200 to Gettysburg Pn and Return ReturnJulr ReturnJuly ReturnJuly
July 30 30Baltimore 30Baltimore
Baltimore Ohio R It R account N G GD GD GD
D C army maneuvers by b special train trainat trainat trainat
at 730 a m returning leave Gettysburg Gettysburg6l
61 p m same date A splendid oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to visit Ialt the guard In camp
Dead Woman and Child Found in inTexas inTexas inTexas
Texas Freight Office OfficeItaly OffioeIiIJ OfficeILy
Italy Tex July 2S A large larg square squarebox aquarebox squarebox
box which was unloaded here by byIIMI mistake mistakemore mistakemore
more IIMI than a a yew ago and had been beenstored beenJttored beenstored
stored ever Mace in the freight hones bousewns houMwu honeswa
wns opened ope d by tho station agent last lastevening Jutevenl lastevening
evening evenl l and a 4 found to contain the nnm nnmmifled IDUIIImtW mummifled
mifled bodies boc1h of a woman and child It ItIs Itfa ItIs
Is thought that they may ma be the victim victimIn YietbMIn victimsIn
In a murder mystery mysteryThe mSter mSterThe mysteryThe
The box was unloaded from an ex express expre88 oxpress ¬
press car at Italy Ital because the address addressupon acMr acMrupoa addressupon
upon it had been obliterated obIt rated An effort effortwas e4Wtwu effortwas
was made de at tb the time to discover the theshipper thoshipper theshipper
shipper but we unsuccessful The box boxwas boxwa boxwas
was wa shipped from rom some point m ba Utah and andIt aa4It andIt
It was u thought that It was consigned consignedte
te some person in Mississippi MississippiThe MississippiThe appl applThe
The bodies are not clothed and Dd there therewas therewaa therewas
was nothing in the box whereby the theIdentity theidentity theIdentity
Identity may be established Mtabl18bedMARRIAGE establishedMARRIAGE establishedMARRIAGE
Aged Husband Says Former FormerCountess FormerCountess FormerCountess
Countess Is In a Plot PlotCincinnati PlotCtncfftMtI PlotCincinnati
Cincinnati July Jul JS When the case in involving taotyfn Invoirlog ¬
volving otyfn tn the transfer of 4009 worth ot otProcter orPreet ofProcter
Procter Preet Gamble stock claimed as a amarriage a amarrlago amarriage
marriage dower by the young wife 1r of the theaged theased theaged <
aged Porcy Procter at las lass 1 came to aj ajtrial a atrial atrial
trial today tod Lawrence LarODeeMaxwoll Alaxwoll Proc Proctors Proct Procfors ¬
tors t rs attorney sought soughtto HO tlO file an amended1 amended1petition amended amendeclpetition amendedpetition
petition alleging thatf the Baroness Na Nadine Nadine Nadine
dine von Klifusc now n W Mrs Procter and andher aDdher andher
her London agent Joseph Jo epb De WyckoO WyckoOwere Wyckoffwore vckoU vckoUwore
wore conspirators con ptratGrs in a nlot Iot to get c t as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much money out of Procter as possible possiblehi poaRbieIn
In the shape of a marriage portion that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the baroness never intended IDtOD ed to consum consummate con consummate um ummate ¬
mate the marriage and never did so soMost N1I06t soMost
Most of the afternoon was taken up with withthe withtile withthe
the reading of depositions depo lti0D8 made by wit witnesses wltness66 witnosses ¬
nesses abroad abroadPercy abrOAcIPen abroadPercy
Percy Pen Procter P ter was the only witness at atthe attbe atthe
the afternoon session He identified the tbernart1age themartage he hemarriage
marriage contract contnt < t in the possession of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the kron6 baroness S as genuine The antenup antenuptial aJatenuptlal antenuptial ¬
tial contract was signed lJIed while she was wasstill wustilt wasstill
still tho wife 1te of Baron de KHfuse and aadProcter andProcter ad adProcter
Procter agreed to pay her 300 xoOJO 00 francs francsif
if she would marry nt8rr him as soon as she shesecured slaeaecured shesecured
secured a divorce
After the baron died he said the core ceremony coreinony re remony ¬
mony was performed but the marriage marriagewas Jarrla marriagewaa Et Etwa
was wa never consummated He said that he heonly heoab heonly
only gave g ve her the lID 1 shares of Procter ProcterGamble ProcterGtunble ProetarGamble
< < Gamble stock as security for to his note noteand noteand noteand
and that UtR t there was a distinct understand understanding und understandlug lstand lstandIDC ¬
lug that It was never to t be sold sok He de denied denloo denied ¬
nied that he hed had given gIv n De Wyckoff yekoCf the theEnglish theE theEnglish
English E Jisb attorney permission to sell the thestock thestock thestock
stock Proctor was subjected to a severe severecrossexamination severecr05H severecrossexamination
cr05H crossexamination xamlnatlon by b Attorney ttorney Germany GermanyHe Corman CormanHe CormanyHe
He admitted that he nad often kissed kissedhi kissedbllt kissedhis
hi his wife but said that they had never neverHvod neyerlIvod neverlived
lived as man and wife Most of the thecrossexamination th therO thecrossexamination
erO crossexamination oXamlnatlcm was along this line lineAftSr lineAftlr lineAftOr
AftSr court adjourned Procter attempted attemptedto
to follow follo his attorney Attor W Lawrence Maxwell Maxwellinto Maxwellinto laJCwonIntp
into the courthouse elevator but th thelevator thelevator the theelevator
elevator man seeing that the former formerbaroness form formerbaroness r rbuoneS6
baroness was W8 calling him slammed the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door an nun > started the th car The baroness baronessnnd OOron baronesstnd sa sand
nnd nd her husband walked downstairs to together togethertMhe togetherhe
gether gethertMhe getherhe he clinging cUnglng to his arm He es escorted escorted cccortod ¬
corted hcKjo he her attorneys office a block blockaway blockaway blockaway
away To hrr h entreaties to return to her herhe b herhe r rhe
he replied tlNJ No you did wrong wron when whenyou whenou whenyou
you ou trio trJ to sell that stock stockThe sOOck1t sOOck1tTho stockThe
The case will be continued tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmornIng tomorrowmorning
morning morningBiOOSEVELTS mornIngROOSEVELTS morningROOSEVELTS
Utlca July 28 iTheodore Theodore Douglas Rob Robinon Robhleon Robbison
bison nephew of former President Roost Roosevelt Roostvolt Reesevolt ¬
volt two weeks ago announced announcc his can candidacy CJdldac candidacy ¬
didacy dldac for the Republican Congressional Congressionalnomination tongressionttlnomination Con lf8lonftl lf8lonftlnomination
nomination in the OneidaHerkimer Oneld Herktmer dis district district dintrict ¬
trict against Representative Charles S SMilllngton SMtntngton 8Milflngton
Milllngton had his hopes rudely dashed dashedIn d dashedIn shed shedIn
In the Herklmor County primaries pr1marl So held heldtoday heldtoda heldtoday
today toda and tonight in the various towns townsFrom toWnRFrom townsProm
From the returns at at hand up to M Moclock 1toclock IIoclock
oclock Robinson was soundly beaten by bythe bythe bythe
the regular Republican organization led ledby ledb ledby
by b State Committeeman Stroberl and all allindications AllIndications altindications
indications are he will go into Saturdays Saturdaysconvention Saturdayscenentlon SaturdaysconventIon
convention at which delegates to the theCongressional theCongressional theCongressional
Congressional convention will be chosen chosenwith chosonwith chosenwith
with only onl apout Gbout 20 of the 65 j delegates delegatespledged delegatospledged delegatespledged
pledged to tl his support supportU2t
I 125 12 to Baltimore nnd Return ReturnSaturdays ReturnSaturdays ltc1urnSaturdays
Saturdays and Sundays via Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad Penns PennsylvaniaRailroad rlvanla rlvanlaRailroad
Railroad Tickets good returning until untilSunday untilSunda untilSunday
I Sunday Sunda night nl ht All regular trains ex except except cxcept ¬
cept the Congressional Limited LImttedC
Rupture Between Holy See Seeand Seeand Seeand
and Madrid Reported ReportedLondon ReportedLondon ReportedLondo
London July aA A dispatch from Mad Madrid 1 Madrid d drd ¬
rid rd to the Central News says ys the negotia negotiations INIKOtJatlODII notiatInes ¬
tInes between SpaIn and the Vatican in inreference IDretereDCe Inreference
reference to a a modification mo Iaeatkm of the con concordat CODeonIt concordat ¬
cordat are m In such shape that a a rupture rupturebetween rupturebeteen rupturebetween
between the holy see and 114 Kins K1D King < < Alfonsos Alfonsosgovernment Alt0D80sgoYerDment Alfonsosgovernment
government may be b regarded as certain certainBl certainEI certainEl
Bl Liberal states that the Vatican Vatieaaaddreue4 has hasaddressed hasaddresee4
addressed a a curt note to Spain breaking breakingeft brea1dagall
etc < < all negotiations The Vatican note notepractically DOtepractteaJI7 notepractically
practically amounts to an ultimatum uttbDat jpl jplLiberal 1JJtLiberal I ILiberal
Liberal vaderstaxdc that the Spanish ass arni aato assbassader
i bftussfter to Ute Vatican will be MteI tamedi tamediateiy Immidiately
ateiy teI retailed a and that the dieat a0l mad madat undoat
at Madrid wH be kaated his h a mmpirln mmpirlnPrime If rtsPrime T 1 ta taPrbD
Prime PrbD Minister I CanaJAjas aaJejaa virtually ad admitted admltttd admnitted ¬
mitted the eeurV7 of the stteIDeDt
that the Vatican has broken brok off 0 < < nogottt HIIDtJaBe negodetIoas I Ilions
lions He said MAkldte the Vatican note net tad IIIdmated ladmated 1 1mated
mated that t at negodaHos zmegodadoseouId ioud uJd not be e con continned eonu continued
tinned u d until te government suspended snspesdedIts nD 4 4U
Its U recent edicts edictsSenor edictsSenor edictsSenor
Senor Canalejas CaJaaI JM added that be would woulddo weuNdo woulddo
do his utmost u t to maintain ID 1ItaIR the tbGtJone negotia negodalions negotiations ¬
lions within the limits limit > > of prudence but butanyway batAaY butanyway
AaY anyway 1a7 he b was W resolved to fulfill his hispromises bI8promlHs hispremise
promises to tothe the nation nationNEW nationNEW nationNEW
NEW PARTY P FORMED FORMEDPennsylvania FOM1EDPennsylvania FORMEDPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Independents Name NameFull NameFull NamePull
Full State Tioket TicketPhiladelphia TioketPhiladelphia TioketPhiladelphia
Philadelphia July Jul A convention conventionwithout CODlIttonwtt conventionwithout
without wtt oat a a boos the State convention ot otth 0 0the othe
th the new third party sat t in this thI city d tT to today t tdar toIa3 ¬
day Ia3 and produced as its it campaign CIlm G 0gmlog otter otterIng er erInlr
log a a ticket headed with the name aam of ofexState 0 0exState oCexState
exState Treasurer William H Berry of ofDelaware ofDelaW1Ue ofDelaware
Delaware County for the governorship governorshipKeystone pYernonhipKeystone governorshipKeystone
Keystone Party Part is the title adopted by bythe bythe bythe
the independents independentsBerrys Inclepeadenl8Dorrys independentsBerrys
Berrys associates a odates on the ticket are areLieutenant areLleuteDnt areLieutenant
Lieutenant governor D Clarenc ClarenCe Gib Gibboney GlbbonlT Gibbomley
boney president of the Philadelphia Law Lawand Lawand Lawand
and Order Society State treasurer Cor Cornelius CorI CornoUns ¬
I Deltas D Scully ScuU of Pittsburg Pltt bwr secretary secretaryof
of internal later affairs John J Casey aaey former formerlegislator formMlogbmLtor formerlegislator
I legislator representative of labor and andauthor a aauthor andanther
author of the State employers liability liabilitytew liabilityIa
tew Ia a of Wilkeebarre WilkeebarreBern WilkosberreBerry rn rre rreBerT
Bern BerT and aJMICa8er t 1casey Casey are Democrats and andGtbboney andGibboney andGfbboney
Gtbboney anti Scully are Republicans
Despite His Refusal Minnesota MinnesotaDemocrats MinnesotaDemocrats MinnesotaDemoorats
Democrats Take Action ActionSt
St St Paul July K SMtnneeota Minnesota Demo Democrats Democrats Democrate ¬
crats today toII nominated John LAnd for forgoxernor forgovernor ot otg
governor g < < wernor In spite plle of his peodstent peodstentdeclaratfone pe slstent slstentdeclarations tent tentdeclraUon
declarations that under no ci ciwould cIrCuiuJanCeS cIrCuiuJanCeSwould
alne alnewould
would he accept the nomination Lind Lindis LIndII Lindis
is In Everett Wash a b on his way to toAlaska toAlaska toAlaska
Alaska Months Montbsbet0r6 before the convention conventionhe
be demanded that the party should shouldadopt shouldadopt shouldadopt
adopt a oounty option plank in its I plat platform platform p1stform ¬
form It was insisted by the th leaders M Issd It Itthat Itthat j jthat
that plank were adopted Lied would ouk uld ac accept accept nocept ¬
cept the nomination in > spUe plt of his pro protests protests protests
tests to the contrary The antioption antioptionists aatloptlonlats antioptionists
ists however Aowever secured control of tb the con convention convention convention ¬
vention and adopted a platform in which whichno whlehno whichno
no reference was made to county option optionor
or to any form of temperance legislation legislationThen legislationThen don donThen
Then the convention named Und LtndNo UndNo LiedNo
No other name was AS mentioned as a acandidate acandidate acandidate
candidate Llnds son who is a a prom prominent promInont prowmont ¬
mont business buslne man of Sverett verett wired to today todn today ¬
day dn that his father would not and will willnot willnot 1111 1111not
not accept the nomination under any anycircumstances anyclrcumetancCCi anycircumstances
circumstances The result re nlt is that the theDemocrats thel1emocrAts theEtemocrats
Democrats are very much up in the air airThe airThe airThe
The nominations were Governor John JohnLind JohnLInd JohnLind
Lind of Minneapolis Z nneapo lieutenant governor governorGeorge gOYtrncKGeorge governorGeorge
George M C Tlftt of Prairie secretary secretaryof
of state Fred Johnson of New Ne Uhn a abrothec abrotho abrotho
brotho of former Gov Go John A John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son State treasurer tree uror C P Lsdner of ofSt orS1 ofSt
St Cloud auditor T J Ji r Melgnen M ea of ofPrestlon ofPrestIon ofPrestlon
Prestlon Justice of the t e supreme court courtT co coT courtT
T D OBrien of St St Paul and A A ASnow ASnow ASnow
Snow of WlnoiMU WlnoiMUDrowned WinonaDrowned TInona TInonaDrowned
Drowned in the th Yaillcin River RiverSalisbury RhcrSaUsbury RiverSalisbury
Salisbury N C c July K ilAt At t Cooleemee CooleemeeDavis OOoleemeeDflls CodeemeeDavis
Davis County Count this afternoon Smith SmithLloyd SmUllLloYd SmithLloyd
Lloyd a young white man was drowned drownedwhile drownedI drownedwhile
I while swimming in deep water He at attempted 1LtI attempted ¬
I tempted to to cross tho Tadkin Ya lkln River and andsank andsank andsank
sank in the middle of the stream before beforehelp beCorehelp beforehelp
help could reach him
5125 11 Baltimore nnd Return Baltimore BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhio
Ohio U R REvery REvery ItEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday SUD y All Alltrains AUtrains Alltrains
trains both ways was both days except exceptRoyal exceptRo exceptRoyal
Royal Ro al Limited
Scotland Yard Detective ta taMake toMake tc tcMake
Make Arrest ArrestSEL ArrestETS ArrestBJLTS
Montrose With Quarry Will WillLand WillLand ViIILund
Land Tomorrpw TomorrpwPursuit Tomorr TomorrQwPursuit w wPurlJult
Pursuit of If Sniincctcil Slayer of Belle BellaBlmore DelleElmore BelleElmore
Elmore Who ho Li L Yew o Nearing Cap Capture Capture Caplure ¬
ture After a Clm Chase e All Over the theWorld theWrld
World 1Vorld 1 and Is I Under an Annumed AnnumedMamc Anmellnme Assurneilnmc
Mamc nme Will nl End in Montreal if ifVlrelei IfYJrele ifWIrelesS
WIrelesS YJrele Vlrelei McwsnRes Carry Cnrr Truth TruthMontreal TruthMoatre TruthMotitreal
Montreal l July 28 28A A wireless wirelessmessage wirele wirelesmeseage s smeseage
meseage received here this morning morningfrom morningfrom morningfroni
from the steamship Montrose via viathe yiathe viathe
the the stttion at Point Armour on the theStraits theStraits theStraits
Straits of Belie Isle 500 miles be below below below ¬
low Father Point announced the
presence oa board of Dr H H HCrippen HCrippen HCrippen
Crippen The message read readDr readDr readDr
Dr Crippen wanted in London Londonfor Londoltfor Londoitfor
for the murder of Belle Elmore die tteactress dieI t tactress
I actress is oa board boardNo boardKo I INo
No mention was made in the diG dispatch diGpatd1 dspatch ¬
patch of Miss iiss Le Xeve who f sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed to have left England with rith Lr LrCrippea qr qrCrippen 4tCrippen
Crippen but she is with th him it is isunderstood isunderstood iswidersod
understood understoodI understoodSCOTIAn widersodSCOTLAND
Detective Det ttft Dew ot the Scotland YaM Yarttdetective Yodcleteetlve YaMdetective
detective force who crowed in tfee tfeeetoanMhip ttle8e8mIIbtp tkenicasuskip
etoanMhip Laurentic on the trail of Dr DrCrtppen DrCrIppea ThCI1ppeI
Crtppen is now in Canadian waters hit hitveeoel h hveI hiovemel
veeoel having paned the Montrose at atyfll atyoaierdsy S < M Myesterday >
yesterday yfll lenJa It if I believed t M will u1 be aHt aHtAfcok ahlto ablOtook
to took Afcok a return passage J8 at once with withprisoner withli ith ithprteoJKOr
li prteoJKOrTbere prisonerIltere prisoner prisonerI
There fat no 0 doubt d dou as to the identity of oftbe oftile oft
I tile t two rmnonjprrn ps8 psssim ir travel traveling tog second secondQuebec seconltcJn secon4darn
darn on the Mentrow from Antwerp Dtw < < p to toC toQuebec
Quebec C eItec and retfetered r under the names nameseCUte name namee namesa
eCUte e a u Rev Re Mr Robinson R nsol and his son sonXManey sonDeIaDQ eonDelano
XManey Delano the wlrelM operator ratar at Point PointAmour PointAJDOUl PointAmour
Amour has been in communication
with the Moaneose both IU < lirectly tly an ant anlthe antthrough I Ithrough
through the Allan Line steuner Grain Grainplan Grampian Graiiplan
plan since 8In 330 3 oclock this thl afternoon afternoon3eageff 8fternooneage ifternoctnMessages
Messages eage Conflrn ConflrnHis ConllrnHIs ConfirmiHis
His official 1mesmge messajge JIM8A < < e to Col Pery PerySherwood porYSlaerwoo PervSherwood
Sherwood of the DoWnion Dnlnlon police at Ot Ottawa Otta Ottawa ¬
ta tawa and th UK head office oftko of the Canadi Canadian Ca1a Canadian < 1 1at ¬
an at Pacific show that there th r is no doubt doubtin douHIn doubthi
in the mind bId of Capt apt Kendall and others otherson othf5on othrson
on the tb Montrose oatroee that the ReWnsons aro arothe ar arthe arthe >
the muchsoughtafter mueb ougbttter Dr H Cripptu Cripptuand CrlpptnaDd Cripp rt rtand
and Miss L Le Neve NeveInspector NetIupector NeveInspector
Inspector Dew of Scotland Yard Yardwho TarTwho rar
who is on the Laurentic with a warrrnt warrrntfor warrnttor warrnntfor
for Crtopen C n will not be able to make makethe m makethe k kthe
the actual arrest without having his hi war warrant warrut r rrDt ¬
rant indorsed t8dor ed by b a a judge of the Coetti CoettiKing ec ecIe ofgIngs
Ie gIngs King Bench BenchThis B BenchThis nch nchTId
This TId cannot be done at Father PoInt PobItJUmousld or orRimouskl orRimousid
Rimouskl the nearest judicial district districtbeing d dIstrict1 dIstrict1being
1 being > > etDC the city of Quebec Q bec some 200 200awar nuKv nuKvaway milcoaway
away or FrazervUte Fraz 100 miles to the thewarel east endward eastward ¬
ward It wag arranged today tQc1ayview with wttfcview with1ew
view to aOi avoiding any An le legal nl 1 extnnitiiOa extnnitiiOatangle extr extrtaDp extradidetstangle
tangle later to t have Chief Chl f McCarthy eCar Cl Clthe eCthe f fthe
the Quebec Que provincial ial force and CMof CMofDenis CN CNef CIdDeals
Denis ef f Levis with Chit Chitf C CGauvreau CGaUYIMu Cettis CettisGauvresu
Gauvreau of the Dominion police DOI take takethe a athe eshothe
the doctor and his companion an4 u un4er r toCbr toCbrwing tIIIkOft thekwing
wing on suspicion of being Ing ur urdtfatens uldt1lea unIssbla unIssbladtiaens
Arrest at Grossp laIr IIcThis IIeTltta laIrTbIs
This little 11tt1 act In n the tb drama wfll t tplace a1Ia a1Iaplace ae aeplace
place at Grosse Isle J where whereas > UinBtgranCs UinBtgranCsare rn rne
are as e examined on inbound vessel vesselWhen WlIelben veelWhen
When ben Inspector I Dew w arrives 3 em the theLavrentic tbelAarentic theLaurenUc
Lavrentic at Father Fatb < < Point he wfB he headvised lieatTIaed headvised
advised to go ashore and rush Ba pp >
Quebec by train where he h can aD hart tIN thawarrant tINWarrant thewarrant
warrant O Kd K d and proceed down downrlnr the theriver thezivet >
river again to Grosse Isle In r the immi immigration 1m 1mgrattoit m mxratton ¬
gration sheds there tbfJ a a place somewhat somewhatsimilar somewhatsbDlIr somewhatsimilar
similar to old Castle Garden in i New NewYork X XYork NiwYork
York on a much smaller nal wale sae Crlppea Crlppeaand CrlppeDaDd Crippenand
and the Le Neve woman will have tuft tuftwarrant tMwarrant tb tbwarrant
warrant rend to them and they tbe will m lieplaced lie t tplaced haplaced
placed formally orman under arrest As o oas Ol Olas oas <
as Quebec is i reached the th pair will be bearraigned bearntaRed b barrigned
arraigned before Judge Chauveau Ar Arrangements A Arrangemente r rraagement ¬
rangements have been made mad to send them themback tht thtback ther therbeck >
back to th the old country eountr oa the Royal RoyalGeorge RoyalGeo RoyalGeorge
George Geo e which hkh galls on August Aug1 t 4 4Bvory 4Every cBTerJ
Every iarm house use in th the Rimouskl dig district dilw dilwtrlct digtrict ¬
trict has become a boarding house The Thtqvota Th ThoC Theqsa
qvota of newspaper men brought down downthe downt downthe
the t e river rlT r on the Ua Intercolonial Ocean OceanLimited OceanLimited < X an anLImIted
Limited tonight brings the total up to tofortyfour tofwtfoar tofortyfour
fortyfour From Rlmouski to civilisation civilisationthere elvtlisatlol1mere dvihlzatoothere
there are two telegraph wires wi operated operatedby operatedby
by 1 y French Canadian with a capacity capad eapscIy of oftransmitting oftraJUlllltttloK oftransuiltting
transmitting about 200 words an hour in inEnftleh IuJDgU inEflgiis
Enftleh EnftlehActivity JDgU h hActh1ty
Activity of Xetvx NeT Reporter ReporterEvery RellOrterEvery ReportersEvery
Every reporter naturally hopes to get getaway getaway t ta1l
away a1l a story t r ahead of the other fellow fellowand f fellowand Uow Uowand
and there is t some great Jockeying jock for the thepole thepole thepole
pole Yachts and tugs what few fe there thereare thereare thereare
are are rb at a premium The little gay government gayermsmest O Opilot ¬
ernment pilot boat is berthed to capacity capacitywith capacityI capacitywith
I with wl detectives and officials of the Cana Canadian Canadlan CansdIanPact1c ¬
dian dIanPact1c dIanPact1cSandy Pacipc PacipcSaady PaeqkSaadr
Sandy Me Mean ca B wan onetime lighthouse lighthousekeeper lighthousekeeper thou e ekeeper
keeper on th t North Shore will run an anexcursion anuQuralon anexcursion
excursion out to the Montroee MOII O I in his hisscltoener hisIener hisichener
scltoener scltoenerThe Iener IenerTIa ichenerThe
The TIa report in circulation today that thatInspector thatIDSPeetor thatInspootor
Inspector Dew of Scotland Yard was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not In tealitr aboard the tb Laurentic Laurenticcaused Laur Laurenticcanoed ntlc ntlcC8usOll
caused the Montreal ontreeJ agents aK nts of the tb White WhiteStar Wh1teStar WhiteStar
Star Line to send end a wireless private cod coctft coctftmgc codomessage j jmessage
message to the captain asking for par particulars particulars perticulars ¬
ticulars Up to a late hour tonight this thishad thishad thishad
had not been answered an wer Cot Sherwood Sherwoodsaid SherwoodMJId SherwoodsaM
said however that he had definite ad advice advie advices ¬
vie vices vice that Dew was aboard the vessel vesselDans6 v vesseLDeis0 ueL ueLDw
Dans6 Dw tog is reported in the Gulf to tonlght ton tonight
n night t and very poor weather r conditions conditionsfor ro con4ltionsfor ltlons ltlonstor
for v sending wireless wtr lea messaged mesg r The TheLaurentic TIeLaurentte TheLaureatic
Laurentic should be dff a Rtmouski about aboutnoon aboutnoon aboutnoon
noon tomorrow and the > Mentrose should shouldput shouldput shouldput
put In an appearance twentyfour hours hourslater h hourslater urs urslater
If 1t

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