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Wi LHiIMIN ELM I WAS WASVISIT s sVISIT
VISIT TO BERLIN BERLINSaid
Said S id to Have Been to o Obtain Emperors Aid Aidto Aidto Aidto
to End nd the Boer WaiV WatSta WaiStateindllt Statement el11ent by byCount byCount byCount
Count von Buelow <
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ng 11 g that Queen
1l g t hen rl > v WIS > ns meant to obtain obtainWilliams olltnlllII
ftI1 rt the South Southar SouthMwYl
Williams nld to eml on
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ar both the zwelbund Iw lbul1ll and andrd allliII
1lr 1lrI 1lrti
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0 jV rd 1 being bCIfl willing to do so soTil soIh o oti
I II rip Hnsfue nrbltratlon nrhl 1I111011 court courtthe cOllrtI
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I t the h emperor cemented and andbr unllt
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1 t I 3 1 i f fated atcd tQ1 a sensation here hereoi
I Th h oi 1 wted te1 Press bus Just oh ohMI ohIll oht
t Ill MI following statement from Crumlho CrumlhoI the therii theh
inf which Is authorized by byMi byJnt bynt
rii I h i61
Mi nt n Buelow the Imperial chan chanNr chnn11 chantreat
Nr < i 11 r treat Britain Prance ranco nor noru norIt
approached by J tier tierm GerrAPI Ocrrafly
It J u l be lxii > n 1
rAPI m o i MKlpate In any action aim 111mt
1113 IIII the th South African trlcnn war warMiun warji1Ur warur
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Miun ji1Ur ur i hai ha all II alone LtOjI distinguished distinguishedin I thigu Ishe1 Ishe1tuv
bIII in fferlng her good ofllocs and andn
t n To ri tender her good 00l1 offices officesi ottlconsflo
II i L n saiblo It both parties to t tutho tuthot tho thoit thoIt
it It t r t kd < d It but It will be reniem reniemj
j j I t Orent Britain only Joined Joinedif jolneT
T if ji confovence on condition that thati
II i 1 1ll1t tatS < S weio excluded exellllIellIhero There la lat 1 14I 11 11r
r t un 4I t that 3Ir h Kriiger rtIgr who la a auq 1rtatlslnlln ar
r uq U rtateaman rnmc to Europo 1 lIropo to toMa toolaln too
olaln o Ma tii tI uood onices of several of
MUIULK MC1U1RAl AND 8UIOID1J 8UIOID1JKciDltoil 8 SUIOIIERbnIteI Ul 0 11m 11mrclnltetl
KciDltoil from a Quarrel Between n < twcen a aHusband IIu aItibaitt
Husband u lJal1llllllll nnd n Iarnmour IarnmourXnr 1111111111111 11111111111111T
Xnr 1T r it 0 June 10 10Jomes Jnmca HamH HamHl Uaml
l b k rns ri to obtain proof against his hisMn hist
t Mn In n u u dHorco proceeding prceeding took a atiss I a atI
tiss ml tI watched watthld her house Salur Salurn Solurnt
< n nt < b t tlv ta milts mlrs north 10rth ot this place placei
AI A i a n I h In I saw sal tw Itobort Iolert Arcy Are re appear appearii nPJelr nPJelrII
ii l a n r r door 1001 of tho house hOU An n en entwtr cnHoar ent
Hoar t Jnt t tl J I vi wel we d Hamilton Homltol was WIS shot shotI
I u J kiira Iint itfl1 nd Arcy then thcl shot himself himselfml
ml In Clca tICI urt < < t niijht niijhtShamrock nlchtShanlOk iilihtSi3rnry
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Shamrock ShanlOk II I Ipcotcd < l at Glasgow ntGnsow ntGnsowGa atClagowJune GlasgowCUi
CUi Ga > gv go June JUlO 10 10Tho Tho Shamrock II III I 11is
I I is n J to arrive here Thursday Thursdayk
k Irn nni have hlo nvo her er new spar almost almost1r nlmost almostr41y
r r1y < n > uri rJ r I the work of reilttlng the theJifiitwiiU thoJ
JifiitwiiU J t 1i 4 immence 1 Immediately ImmellatelY re1ltng after afterrsrmai afer afterer
br er rsrmai arTh ari I n a their twlr yard arl Sir Thomas Thomasp
lip p n n I an nrranglngto jujglng to start her It pos posM posIn poshi
M In f i of f the races of the Clyde ClydeMUiv ClydeLgattJ
Igta LgattJ MUiv 1 1lllst h last n fortnight fortnightConnecticuts tortnlghtCnnpcltuts fortnightflUeetleutN
Connecticuts Cnnpcltuts flUeetleutN Chief CI Justice lltleo Hcslgns Hcslgnsr Icsllns Icsllns1r1fl ItcsIgniItrq
t Itrq 1r1fl r Inn > nn June lOChlef Jus Jusi Jusndrev
i Andrews ndrev of the supremo supremont
ntrw
ar M nt his resignation to Oov OovHI Go
f ff fr r M 1 1P 1He HI 1 health hln reslsnnton h Is tho reason reasonit reaeol
r it inn jn and tho date t fixed fixedl fxol
Ir nnl l
l MJ ri > ni n t It Is a October Octoler 1 1A IurJl 1A
A HtiVCULISTINO urJl TI UKCISION UKCISIONAction D1ClSIONAtlo aS aSActoa
Action Actoa of lt mfSk stock Slurknrd Ynrd YnmilIIrin Klrms mr Declared Declaredto nccllct
to bo lo lllrgil lllrgilTiMr 1r Illegal1u al
IL TiMr 11 1u a ar JUf M loJudge Watterman Wattermant1 Walermnn WalermnnlrlUlt
t1 5n lrlUlt rt ult court today totn an anI an1UOt anust
1UOt ust I a 1 ion that the blackllst bIMIlst
Ir t1 cr tr 1 r of
girls glrll by l stock yards
f11 Feb I 1 t The girls struck last lasti
i hr hr firms affected rofuicd rofuicdr
I frmi nreelec rurUetl
Ilk Lk r ri bark The case will bo bof hoIlL
Ip P Ji 1 wil
0 IlL llmll UHLIi MOHOAN WS CO nOsu nOsuHe O1INGlie IIXO IIXOTnko
He Wi vni vniI1 ill Tnko il lp i 11 tin thl Work ol1 tho thoLate thoIalo theIjato
Late liwlght Moody Moodyne llll llllll
I1 I1f b ll h f 3fle ne lOThe White Whie Star StarTeutonic StarTutonl
s Teutonic which sails sailsN
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I N Nw III w York June 12 takes takesngcra
tin tinJI p Jun tnke
JI JII 1II t lnterl ngcra Mr Ir nnd Mrs Mrsup MrsL Irs Irs1I
L > up u the th llev Ho Campbell Campbells Campbol
1I
1 i s fnmpbell nmpb 1 Morgan and nntlt
t 1 1 i fnlted ni el States minister ministerCampbell mInIsterI
I r1 1 Campbell ampbol Morgan Is ft ftdereyrnan 1 aI
I r Ft < dereyrnan Il ymnnwho who is isiHed IsV Isr
f V L I llltfd m ltd Plates flatls to to take up
t i f he latel late uf
Jail wight 1IIht I Moody MoodyRll Iootlyl1 toodylflgI1
J l1 lflgI1 Rll II ih h liny J Ilnycrol Crop op Poor 10nr
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r < I I Ir r 1 IOThe ° The Mark Lane L1e KK KKkly 11 T Tkly
t kly kl crop telew today todayV today todayI
I V 11 deficiency dl llonc In rain rainitably rln rlnIt rainvtab2
u Iitabl vtab2 itably nlll wi be b connlder connlderaverage conJldprh
h I N average apr erge e and nnl Importers Importersmplainlng Irprtfr Irprtfrlr Importersmplalnlng
lr mplainlng of the pIe picMistuffs IleI IlerHlstuls
I rHlstuls F Mistuffs such na oats oatsiI antIhn ontsthmn
Ihn I iI nnd fnll a I good sale Ille for tarf
f I I < 1 frc this time tme next net year yearn1i3ed enl
1 willed 11t r tjnt wih with t foreign foreignre tonlgnte
7i re < nit at all ni overstocked overstockedrepm oerstockl1
t tt repm rpjllrt show the French
t Ireneh
rp P II better beter than anticipated nnUclplted
Is Isalso I Ialso I Ialo
tho powers to end the war but there i
also llowerg no doubt that Great firlta BriaIn in does doesnot doesnot ocs I Inot
ool oiUccs At leaat It ItIH ItIflrUo itIs
not want their Lood olccs
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IH IflrUo true that since the thl South ROlih African rcn war wnibegan WRl warbegiLti I
eIther eItherverbally tier tierverbally
began Great Britain has never o Uhet Uheterbnly
bliln Irltnln
verbally or In writing confidentially or oroinelnlly 01olclolh orolnelally
oinelnlly erbnly lroached rolchel such tuch mi Idea lel It I w woult Iequi IsIUitl
olclolh side sub has hasnow hAsnow
oult IUitl possible that the Uoer 10tr hlll hlllnnW
qui now formally lulM asked MIlll rho 1 1110 lIrllttO aguo arbitra arbitration Irbltrn Irbltrnton orbitration ¬
tormll end to towar thownr thewar
tion court to lend Its old to cu
war ton somehow lent artd It1 that the court has hasheld hUHheltla hashold
recording the ma matter er bu buthat but butthat
held heltla a session Tegolllng maler
that of lesslon course COllSe IH 11 entirely entrelY dlffe diferent diferentfram tIIfieieIIt tIIfieieIItfrom rent rentfrom I
from any nlY rns serious steps to end entltho the vnr vnrTho wlr wlrwomt varIttCUfl
womt AT Tl TIJI lAOt 1IAItJi 1IAItJiThe
The Hague June 10Mr Kruger and andDr anl andDr
Dr Lords arrived Irrlo here Mr today They Theydrove The TheIQVU TheydrQve
drove from frol the railroad rnlroat station stilon at atHllversum ntJlver atJIIlersumn
Hllversum IQVU Junction JUIrllun t19 In a closed car carrlngc car carringe careringe
ringe Jlver and tln hro RIO staying Itn lng at lt the tU residence resldnnceof resllence resllenceot
of Mr 11 Wolrnerans Wolmerlus one 010 of the Uoer Uoerpeaco Uoerpeaeo linerpeace
peace envoys envoysKHUOKU olOS olOSImUmm envoysKIWOliIt
KHUOKU SUMMONS SlmONS MHS IS BOTH HOTHAIxjndon BOTHlndon IIOTIIALondon
London Juno 10 10Tho The Sun hears hlarl that thatMrs thatlrH thatMrs
Mrs lrH Botha starts Itnrlf Wednesday W no daY for Tho ThoHague 1ho 1holnguo Vhiohague
Hague where Mr Ir KruRotv l Ulo has been beensummoned henSUlma1t beensummoned
summoned lnguo to attend a conference of the theBoer theBoer th thJtoer
ntond
SUlma1t Boer agents Icents In 1uitipe 1 UIpe and the United UnitedStates Untoll UntollHnteH UnitedStates
States to consider consilor the report lelort Mrs Ir llotha llothahas 101110 flothahas
has hUlbrouuht brought from tlnl her husband In InWhich InWhich InWhich
Which ho ndvlseB nrvlsas Mr I Kruger as n the llmcointltutlonnl I thecontIttitiont1l hi hirn
cointltutlonnl rn Ultlonnl head hpa11 of tho Transvaal Trnslul to tosue tosuo tosue
sue tainable for fO jiencti llenc und alt thu thl best terms ob obtainable obtnlnable ohtalnabie ¬
I MYSTC siic srR NERS1N KANS fcrcr
Kansas Kanss nsas City It Mo o June Junl 10 Shrlners Shrlnersis
is t imlng to town by the thousands thousandsti
ti a I fitend the twentyseventh tent sewnth annual annualBct
Bct a nff of tho Imperial Imp rlal council counci of the thejlit th th1tl theltt
jlit 1tl Sihrlncra llccoptlon Hecopton commit commitlM
lM r f the visItors as IH they thc stepped steppedij
ij 11m a tiiclr tl lr trains trins and with wih bands cs csc el elc esthem
c id them froRi the trains trnlnllio to their dlf dlfIf ditt dlfir
c
If M 1 t t tdiiunrtcrs Prettier Pttor weather weatherel
el I i juartcrs Prettier Pretor weather weatherc
c cd In Itt tl t hav hI been ordered odere and every everyWilt ever everh everytht
Wilt tht h r t H wcn went to Indicate Indlcltc thatthe thatthet that th thuld the therVrg
t rVrg < rj Uld be one of the most sue suetMiMn suet IC ICtI
tMiMn tI t m H 4 wel as one 010 of the best at attail atte atfor
tail te d for Fviral years lnr The Colum Columtjiiv ColumI
tjiiv jt 0 araun came tQme In on Its Is spec epoctorain ElwcUrln specifrsin
torain Urln I hit 1 Vojnely 100lely decorated dcorted and anduitti andtSjttj nd ndIMII
uitti r 1 ii i titiln 1I0ln brought In 111 a large largei Ilr8
c i ID 1 r m Uuffulo lululc Ono of o the theti theblb thehb
ti blb t r r ut 4 tlon comc COIC from St
Uuls while whie others arc from tron Chicago ChicagoMilwaukee ChlcaJo ChlcaJoMIIYUlclo ChicagoMiiwaulceo
Milwaukee Omaha Oml1m Now eW York Mem Memphis MempluS cm cmIhlg ¬
pluS MIIYUlclo Ihlg Louisville IouI8le Denver Jcnycr tow and nnl San SII Fran FranTho Frn Frnclno Franclacu
clacu
clno clnoTho
Tho Imperial hnporlnlfQlontae potentate anti his suite suitewill sulo sulowill suiteIIl
will IIl come on a Special train some time timeIn lma lmaIn
In tho cOle afternoon Imperial Marshal 181hnl B BJ 1 1J lJ
J Alderman AJdctml ntotoon arrived IrrlvCI yesterday e terdaY from fromMarlon rrOI fromMarion
Marion Iowa In the Jurisdiction jurlRtlttlon of Ce Cedar eedur Cedar ¬
dar Mnrlol llnplds and so did di1 Imperial Ilecord Ilecordcr 1ecord 1ecordcr
1oplds nnl
cr It W Howell Howel of Aleppo temple Hos Hoston Boston l3oston
I
ton with wih a party of live 110 attendants attendantsTonight ntenlanls ntenlanlsTonhht attendantsTonight
Tonight a street parade IIRradl composed of ofseven otsown ofseven
seven divisions dl18101s and Ind made Up of nobles noblesfrom nobl11 nobl11trom nolhesfrom
from different dlIerent parts of f the tlle tlleStaltS UnitedStates united unitedStates
States and an Canada Clnlda will wi mark the open openIng upenIng openIng
Ing of the < gathering fAtherlng A feature tNlturt will wi be ben o
n 1 number of gaily gnl decorated declrate1 automo automobiles uUlomobies automobIke ¬
bIke There Is II but little l li talk ns yet y as anto asto asto
bies to the selection electon of a place for the 1902 1902meeting 192 192I 1O2meetIng
meeting I etng and what whit gossip Is heard llenfl in inrefitml InrCRPtl inrgartI
refitml rCRPtl to tho thm next Jext lmpHnl Imp tl11 potentate potentatefav Jut potatrLIefan ntte ntteCa
of fav Ca fan NII PJilllpelphia PJIIJelphln > rn the teeiectlon toclecton qf Philip 11111 Bhafftsr Bhafftsrof Shafer Shaferot Shstof
I UEA IIEAYV VY BOER BOERLOSSES LOSSES iOSE SDURIN6MA DURING DURIN6vIAY
London Lndon June 10Lord 10Lrd Kitchener Itchener In Inadlspatih Ina inya
adlspatih a from Pretoria under todays todaysdati to todaysLondon as asd1t
dati > o says sa ya s th number ot Boers killed killedImprisoned kletl kletlIplsond killediaprtsoni
Imprisoned Iplsond or surrendered during the thebit theJl thehut
bit Jl tn math > nth totalled Mllietl 2610 From Juno
let to June nth 20 Boers were killed killedfour klel killedfour
four wounded wountlel 409 < 09 were made prisoners prisonersnnd ptsoners ptsonersnld
and nld 33 surrendered and G51 rifles 1155M 1155Mrounds 1GG50 1GG50rounds 115650rounds
rounds of ammunition nmmunlton 120 1 0 wagons and ald
4000 000 horses were captured
Tho present outlook 1 Is thRt thero will willbe vihIbe 1
be lo a I large deficiency defcieny defleienc both In Kngland Knglandnnd 1nglaI1 1nglaI1Inll
and Inll Germany und a 1 large surplus In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the United States and ant rtusala The Thospread Thesprend TimeslreOd
spread of rust In 11 Hungary 1ungnr Is serious seriousnnd seriousnntlln seriousand
and nntlln lnAustrla n Austria A Us trio the prospects ate regard regardcdas rcgarl regardedus
cdas very unfavorable unfavorableTho
Tho Illinois 111119 at lt lloston llostonBoiton 10ston 10stonno liostonhasten
hasten no ton June 10 10The The new United UnitedStates Unied UniedStntes UnItedStates
States battleship Illinois llols arrived In this thisport thisport thisIort
port from Newport News early eur today todayShe todayShe todayShe
She was reported relortel below hull hul to await awaitthe Iwalt Iwaltthe awaittime
the tide tle She Is to have her trial oft oftthe of oftthu
week the New lcw England coast during durin thQ theweek thQweek thqweek
LT AXsajTsTiuxonn AXsajTsTiuxonnBorn A 4tSNSPltINGflU 4tSNSPltINGflUBorn IW Slm Gm GmHlrnlnlrancc
Born Hlrnlnlrancc In I n rrantie FranceUrmuluat Graduated GrlllnatflJrol ft IromAVest IromAVestPoint hromml cst cstI estiolnt
Point I > Killed IWIII In II I mu Philippine PhilippineHome 1hlllppllCS 1hlllppllCSHome iimI I I ppl mies miesBorne
Home N Y June 10 10Ilout Lieut Anson AnsonSpringer AnsonSprln AnsonSpringer
Springer Sprln cr killed Itled hi n the Philippines PhIlppines was wasborn WUKbor wasborn
born bor In France 1871 ISi11e He came to thIs thlacountry thIscountr1 thiscountry
country countr1 when a 1 child chid and ant m nLst st of hs hslife hslto haiIt
life lto iIt had been spent In II Home Ho at attended nttonded attended ¬
tended Cornell eornel and nlt was 108 graduated rraduttfd from fromWest CromWest fromest
West est Point In 1S61 1864 After ACer fter graduating graduatinghe IratuntnH IratuntnHhe
he was stationed statoned at Plattsburg Platsburg with wih the theTwentyfirst thowentyIrst timTwentytlrst
Twentyfirst wentyIrst Infantry He le served servedthrough serndthrough servedthrough
through the Spanish war wlr In Cuba Cula nnd nndafterwards nndnftrwards andafterwards
afterwards nftrwards was sent to the Philippines PhilippinesHe Phllppinos PhllppinosHe
He leaves a widow and child at Platte Plattsburg llaUsburg Platteburg ¬
burg ant
NOT riTiiOGii 1ITillGI LEU an anYoung JI JIYOlnJ JRYottng
Young YOlnJ Lieutenant Jcltenult Killed IIe < l In II Philip Philippines Ihllll IhllllpllCI PhIIIIIpities ¬
pines pllCI Was Wi Vn nn nnManila ni l itmgtrmeem itmgtrmeemManila n llrcl llrclnnln
Manila nnln June 10 GIG p m 1The mTlme The officer officernamed ofcer ofcernnme olhlcernamed
named nnme Leo who was WOI vat killed 1 < led not wound wounded ¬
ed In tho recent battle bntlo vlth lh the Insur Insurgents 1191 Insurgrate ¬
gents nt Llpa province of Dntannas Dntannaswas 1nn118 1nn118wal
was wal Lieut Lee of the cnttlneers clnlneer not notLieut notIleul notLiout
Lieut Fltzhugh 1lzhugh Lee Jr ns previously previouslycabled preylouslycobled previouslycabled
cabled cabledIJOXDHLAINi cabledhiONDlh1jAiNCO1NTION
IJOXDHLAINi 10 hiONDlh1jAiNCO1NTION hiONDlh1jAiNCO1NTIONNo fmJAII COXVUXTIOX COXVUXTIOXXo C I STI STIf
Xo f Negotiation Ncgotiatloismluirogress csotlutolroIIC In Progress H Tor Its ItsHcnnwal I uNRenewal
Renewal HcnnwalLondon Jcncnl JcncnlLonllon RenewalLondon
London June 10 10J1 Li the house of ofcommons atcomlon ofcommons
commons comlon today tolny the under forclgn forol fore1gnseero fore1gnseerotary n scfcro scfcrotnry secro secrotnr
tnry tnr Lord Ir Cranborne Cranhofl Informed Intormclf a t ques questioner questoner questioner ¬
tioner toner that the government j1crlmelt was not notnwnre notaware
aware aWlre that negotiations nlotatlJnl w Wfe were rc In prog progress Ilrl Progress ¬
ress between lehien the United Unie States HtttC and andNewfoundland andIewtoundianmh nt
Newfoundland Nowfounllal1 with n view 1101 of renew renpwlr rcnwng rcnwngthe HR HRthe
the IIondHlnlne 1on talne convention eonentcn or signing signinga
a 1 similar slnUar treaty treatyXAVV trcat trcatSA treatyv
XAVV SA v T SMOKIMSS S IIISS POWDIIL POWDIILImports POnm POIlItIx1erts I IJ
Imports J Awnll wnl vnIt Result Helnll or Invcstlgn Invcstlgnlion tneAtjn tneAtjnI
Ion I of 01 lleccnt lleccntNew t gXIII lxplolutiR lxplolutiRNew Ilf IlfNew
New York June 10 10Whlo 10While While navy nnvyBinoktlers M MImolwle navyTnokeler
Binoktlers Imolwle powder has h demonitiatid < lumantnted its itskeeping iK iKIttepinR Itskeeping
keeping qualities tlunltes In every test known to toBcltmce tQIlln toseinee
Bcltmce Illn o naval ordnance ordnn o experts IXllerlR are areawaiting nronaling arenwaltng
awaiting with wlh keen Interest the result resultof Itsult Itsultot
of naling the th Investigation hl08tg lon tit tt Mare Island Islandwhera Iland Ilandwhert Islandwhere
where whert a magazine mngalne was wn wrecked wrecke by an anxpioelon anutlnlon anpiotinn
xpioelon several unl days ago Igo says i a aWashington a aWahlegion
Washington utlnlon WUhh lon saeelal rlal 1 to ° the Ih Herald HeraldWhile HemldWh1p heraldhhie
While hhie crdnance rdnllc experts uprts insist Inl t that thatnnvy thatnavy
navy Wh1p smokel Imukll s pow powthir < r U safe fCe they theyhavo th8 th8Ia theyhave
101 1 JWtH
have Ion sight Illht of the foot that explo explosions c C1iUsloas < lu lupIons ¬
sions Ia IoP have occurred at the Indian Head Headproving lelj leljprhJ iIeaipmviflg
proving 1 grounds occurre Mare MaIo Island 1810111 the Uu Uupent Uupont Dupont
prhJ pont powder rrouls works ork and the works of ofLanlp orIArlr of11uiIn
Lanlp 1nce nntfIlnnd In none of these cx cxplculons explclonl cxpiFiOflP
plculons IArlr nntHnnd hoe hO the cause nOL betn bel established establishedNavy cSlnllshed cSlnllshedNt1 establishedNavy I
Navy Nt1 FiniJkeleis IIMkeua powder pwder U I made UIUe un UI
der ler tho formula forlulo of the th bureau btooU of ord ordnance ordiCe ordnanco
nance iCe The gun UI cotton coton from which the thopowder lhuIJowder theVoWtier
powder Is developed Icvelopol Is subjected suljpela to the thestandard thostnnlnrd timestamithmrd
standard stnnlnrd heat h at tost of 150 degrees for SO SOminutes 30mlnules 0 0minutes
cfIIICA
minutes A tnmplu llllle of time tl finished Otlher pow powder IIOW11er howder ¬
der Is subjected slhjuclod to n 1 heat Ilut u tust < m of 312 312degrees 12 12drecs 12degrees
degrees for forfeit fen minutes IIIUtPH In many caROl casosit caROlIlltuntl
it Illtuntl stands this tle temperaiury tOnlHfltUc for an hour hourThe hourThe
The 10 Ignition Ignltol test of smokeless lk ll powder powdermust powler powlermust vowerIflUst
must nut fall tal below 311 dcnreex dcnreexIf I el feo feoI
If I Die sample shows 8hols no n signs 118nl of dt dtcmruslUon d deemrtlsltion < 1 1eomrosillon
eomrosillon cmruslUon ns ni n I result resul of tlu thl1 thiesu > iu tests testsnnd teltnnd testsand
nnd the Inspection IIBIHiclon made Ild durlnl during manu manufacture manutacluro umanutorture ¬
torture Is satisfactory sutltlctnr the tht lot Is repre represents rOllroscnt reprosomitS ¬
sents Is IllOdoptod nndupted When Whol Thcn sutod sulollll In mag magazines nutlIZ1109 negnzipes ¬
azines IZ1109 oevcuil eell boxes have 11e their Illh lids lidsloosoly Idy Idy100solY Ittisloosely
loosely itt I t mt place 1111I iln a and It I I t U I the Ih duly 1 It ly of ofthe orthelJltetor 0 f ftime
the thelJltetor ir ii pector > octor who ho visits llls the manntinei IRlllne IRlllnedal
dally dal to vxamlne the powder Jloler to incur incurtain 1lortnln llcertrim
tain trim If decomposition has set in When Whensmokeless Whteiismokeless hon honsmol
smokeless smol < 18al powder IJwt r decompose denmpole It I throws throwsoff throwsof
off of nitrouii nlru nitr us vapors The lhe oUnr olnI and ap apponranco ap1ionrexi
ponranco IlonrlU 1ionrexi Q change 90 that detection doteton RI Is Iseasy II
easy easyHear 08
08Tfnr 005hear Hear Tfnr Admiral ONoll Oel stated slntP that the
force of the til explosion destroy the thecause theCltl thetitttso
cause Cltl mm 111 In the Indian Iltllnn Head lnl proving pryhlt lwovIngonnt1
gloiind tnollHI eiig PISt it I was In Impoaslbl 111Ja1111111 to es e ¬
tablish Inblsh a 0 reason rOUSOI for ar the explosion explosionAlbert eXIIIOl explosiondIhCIt l lJlhcl
Albert T Patrlolc 111101 Arraigned ArraignedNew 41111 rrmtiiiotiNew lot
New York June JUle 10 10Albert Albert T Pa
trick trik pleaded plendelnol not guilty culty of u be Ile inurdsr inurdsrof nurtcrof
of William WIIII Marsh Mllh Hlee m the Texas laX1 murtl mil 111
llonniie lunnlle when whe arraigned nrnllned b before foi JudK JuI
Cowing Cowlll In II the court of general Ineml seSsions selalon
today With Wih him hlil were wtr arraigned nrrnlgltd pavld
Jall
L I Slioit nnd 111 Morris Meyer charged chargedwith chulrell chulrellwih ehmtrgetlwith
with wih forgery in 11 connection connocton with wlthtb wlthtbCIBe thfl thflcase th thettIte
case CIBe They pleaded flenletllot not guilt guil alto All 1
three lhlee were remanded remulledhncJ back to the
tomb tors No application nplJllclton for hail bnl was wa wamnle
made madeThe nlHIl mnleThe
The men Wore om arraigned nrralgnol as a se sequence IefUenCe soquenee ¬
quence fUenCe to the decision leclllOI rendered rendero by
Judge Foster POl tor lust Friday lrltay overruling n I
demurrer demulrer entered entfled by b the Ih attorneys ulolno s for
time tlo defendants defendantsLiverpool
Liverpool 141 ftIlooI Wheat Wwlt tit a t Impoiu ImpoiuLiverpool IIIIJIrheflool I tim pm i t s sT4vorpool
Liverpool rheflool Jung 10 1Otmpuis Imports mpo 18 of wheat
Into Liverpool Llvorool last week were QtOO QtOOquarters 080 OeOoquarters
quarters ItURrter from Atlantic Attuitc ports 7000 70
from Pacific Paclc potts pOI Is and 2SOOO from iom oth other ¬
or ports portsSir rmortsSit
Sir Si Walter nll a1tci I llcnant HeRlnl lirad liradLondon UCIII UCIIIIonton lcadLondon
London Ionton Juno lOSIr William WIIAI Walter WUlOl
Bo UOnnl mt the novelist lovaJ81 died Ilftl yesterday at
Yetartny
his hi residence rcsltonco In Hnmpstetul Hnmpstcl1 after nCel u
fortnights forlllghts Illness Jrl ss from inlluenza Illuelz He Hewas HeIS Ifevas
was IS born bur In II 1836 1836Hesnnt J836Be JI6Itesant
Hesnnt Be ant was wu to have hal utendotl ni tHIt the At
lantln Innlc ITnlnn Un Inn illniiAp ilinn ln r fnnltht nti > i M
pose p0ge the th iorti toast to 11 Ungllsh sh speaking
communities communitiesBig communltel nii PIjl r
Big H Colliery on Fire FireShnmokin FimOSimamokin
Shnmokin Shm1okln Pa June Junel0rhc lO 1Orime Tlie Ore fltewhich Orewhfh timewhich
which whfh broko out In No I slop of the
Hoge HOfe Fldor I colliery colery Saturday morning 101nhlg 101nhlg11llol
iBIiltcd 11llol several largebodies large bodie bodies of gnsdast gas Iast ijest
night IIhl causing cll Jnf tho Harries tum s to 1proll Hprent so sorapidly sorapidly sorapidly
rapidly that the fire fre WHH lujond con 01
trol this morning The rh oillclali olcini hnd all
ht nl
the mules hoisted from Crol the shaft and mtm1oal
Coal oal Hun ore creek k was turned turel Into 11t the theslope thoslope theHiope
slope It I will 11 be several Ieerl months before beforethe boroltho befoithe
the shaft shat eon on resume On Ont thousand thousandmen
men and boys bo are Idle IdleA Ile IleA idleit
A IIKMMSNI 1MI hii11lCOIjI4IIo hii11lCOIjI4IIoOcctmmmed SfCOMjl COLLISION COLLISIONOccurred IOS IOSOClHIr1
Occurred OClHIr1 Near SUII CotfiSlinrg ICy None NonoKilled NoneK
Killed 11011 K I I I od hut hit lt ti t Some SIQ e Hurt HurtKllzabethtownMCy lu I I nit nitIlIzabethtovimM I IBJznbtthtoll
KllzabethtownMCy BJznbtthtoll Y June 10 10A A head headend hitatlend
end ent eolllslon Iollsion occurred on al the th LouisvIlle LuJ le lenshlle
Nashville railroad two miles
nshlle mtrad mit south of oftolesburff otlolesbul oIolesburg
tolesburff lolesbul Ky 1 K today between bet Iel 1 a afreight afreight i
freight enslnu rnllo and a southbound outhboull pan pansenger lO lOaemiger na I
senger selger train No passengers fas Jnerl wore Icr hurt hurtbut hiutbut I
but the thl folowing following trainmen trllnnHl were wc wetjured lg
Jured EiiRlneur hllwnu T r Ij 1 Olp O altun un h Pnjfl Pnjflaetr infIt3r II 1 1t
aetr t tr t3r J V K Yt iUzpiyrlfck plrlJlt Fireman IIfOllll Inl vita vitapatrirk 1I 1itspatrirk 1 1Imtrlre
patrirk Imtrlre Postal Ioltnl Clerk lli HhrgrtnO a Portal PortalOlcrk Pnllnl Postallerk
Olcrk Jerlt Shipley Shlpl J 1 W Johnson Ja111son porter porterExpress pOIlorExpress porter1xpreaa
Express Messenger 13d Cowherd CowherdLouis Coihorl Coihorlfoll Cotihmerdr1omils
Louis foll Stern Slerl Shoots SholllhnR8lr SholllhnR8lrBambur Illiimslf IlliimslfHamburg hIiimislrIjamburg
Hamburg Bavaria Juno 10 101ouls 101oulsS 10Louis 10LouisStern Louis LouisStern
Stern S ler the former commercial comlorclll agent agenthere acelt acelthere agenthero
here of the United Unied States shot 8hol him himself hlmselt hminiself ¬
self today In the public publc gardens near nearthe nenrthe nearthe
the town townRen tonGel tosnGet
Get Gel Miles 111 Stall Rtln Appointment AppointmentWashington JJolltllnfA JJolltllnfAWnshlnglol htlOhtlttliCIIt5Washington
Washington Wnshlnglol Juno 10 10Tho The vacancies vacancieson
on tho staff stnl of Lieut Iimf Gen MHoc 108 com commander commander centmander ¬
mander of the army caused by the thedeath thedenth theileathm I
death of LloutCol Francis Mlehler Mlehlernnd hichm1orand
Pmncs lchler lchlernntl
and tho transfer trAlsfcr to the Insnjector r gen general RenrlJ general ¬ i
eral rlJ department of LieutCol LlutAol Insjil H 1C 1CBailey I IBnle IcItalic I
Bailey Bnle Italic have hl 9 been lol filled I1ed by b the assign assignment asslgl assignmont ¬ I
mont of f LlQUtCol 1lcutCul Samuel helter to toduty totluty toduty
duty as military mllnr secretary and tho as assignment nsllmmOlt assigament ¬
signment llmmOlt of LleutCol M P Moan Iaul to toduty 10duty toduty
duty ns aide nltll de 10 camp Col Itcber Is laOen IsGen IsGrim
Gen Miles e soninlaw soninlawItroelvrd soninlavfleeeIeil onlnlawnlcrhl
Itroelvrd nlcrhl d the Moorish llrMI Anilm ilhnRlor ilhnRlorIonlan iihmacsntlor iihmacsntlorLondon < gndor gndorLondon
London Ionlan Juno 10 10NIng King Edward l dar and andQueen nnl andQueen
Queen Alexandria received the special specialMoorish specialMoorish specialMoorish
Moorish ambassador albnssndor KnldAIMohedl KnldAIMohedlHlMencbhl nltlAI loh9dl MohedlFiMenebhi loh9dll
HlMencbhl l I lenebhl and his suite sulo nt St James JameHpalace Jamesnaiaee Iamal
palace 1II1aee today In the presence preselcr of Ixird Irc IortlLanmdowne
LinFdowne 11nfdowne the foreign iorehn secretary and anda nlli nlliI
a I number of distinguished distnguishe people pPpll Tho Thoenvoys Thoenvoys Theenvoys
envoys wore driven In tnrf royal n carriages carriagesto
to the palace 1lllce They were accompanied accompaniedby GCllllRlled GCllllRlledb
by b Knltl MacLean IacLlan n I Scotchman Rfothlan who Is Ishead II ishicail
head of the army of Morocco MoroccoliSTMJCTION MoroccolISEIt IoroceoJ1
liSTMJCTION J1 lISEIt SIWCrIS JCTIO1 OK OJ TIII3 rnl SIAINK SIAINKGovernment 3A 3tt I I IGmrrnlontWIIlslst Immiernmimnntw9llhteslst
Government GmrrnlontWIIlslst mmiernmimnntw9llhteslst Will Heslst Proposition P Ollllll to toKir t toFit
Fit HcRpoiislblllty HC8lI lblll Cor t r llm I Same SameNew fIIC fIICJew mimie mimieet
New Jew et York Yorl Juno Jln 10 10A A special spec11 to the theTribune thoTribune timeTribune
Tribune from trm Washington says 18 the gov government go goornament Ol Olerlment ¬
ornament erlment will wi resist the proposition Ioposltcn that thatthe thstthe tufttime
the Spanish treaty tr nt claims commission commissionshould cOlnlsslon cOlnlsslonshould coriiimilsstonahould
should undertake coiiHldcrntlon con ltlertou of the thequestion thequeston theammestlon
question queston of responsibility relPolslblt for the dO destruction dOItruclon dostrilctlon ¬
struction Itruclon of the battleship batt shlp Maine In InHavana In11lnn inhavAna
Havana 11lnn harbor on February Flbrulry 18 18JS 18JSthat 181 19Sthat
that question Ilue8ton being beln Involved In n 1 batch batchof batchof teh tehof
of claims clnlll which have recently reconty been b 1 pre presented pN8tnlEl jr jrscnted ¬
sented 8tnlEl to the tl commission reciting roe1n dam damages dnn1ages damages ¬
ages for loss ot life lfe through that Ill disaster < ls lsaster Illaster ¬
aster asterCHILIAN aster011IAS asterOhhihsiAN
CHILIAN 011IAS CLAIMS O H COMMISSION COMMISSIONXnmcs CO COttlSlONature DISSI DISSISIICS
Nature SIICS of Americans 4 1mlnll Who him Will 1 hii He Hetjclvp Helch ileecho
echo Awards AwardsNew iinrdsew nrll
New c ew York June JUle 10 10A A Washington Washingtondi WIhlnlton WIhlnltonlMJltch Washingtondispatch
di dispatch lMJltch i > utch to the Herald Hlrnl gives Il the th names namesof mIatflmof ln 1
of four Amcrlruns A 1 ella II who huvo obtained obtainedawards obt1n obutineolairards d dnWIs
awards from frm the Chilian htnn claims com commission Iummlllon coinmistian
mission mlllon Mr Ir Hnllowes Halowls of New lelv York Yorkwill YorkvIll rk rkwi
will wi receive SJwX II 4J0 for the tlo detention l1 tenUoI of ofmachinery otmnlhlncr ofmachinery
machinery mnlhlncr during the blockuda hloklllQ of ofIoulnue otIqulque ofl4ulque
Ioulnue Andrew MOM Ao who llv Iht lives In InChill Inehl InChill
Chill ehl will wi lecelve lec le SO COM fjir t1 the des destructlon 1p destraction
traction of or hIs hllllrJrl property durtUB Ilurui g Ixittle Ixittlenear I itattienear te teher
near her VMnp4r llaJiIAI Aiaptisiso lo o MlekeUtrey Mick 1 k ll iatrej y and andOllrlen nld nldOlrlel aislOBrien
Ollrlen Olrlel who Bulaj lal uRed < ed a wreck near nearPuntn nlarPUltn ntarIimntL
Puntn PUltn Arenas tenl have hlt been aifwded IUfde K J
000 0 and Maurice Mllrlc 1ivc Levek k a naturalised naturalisedcitizen ntrllcl ntrllclellzon nmtiraiicedcitizen
citizen ellzon will wil receive reefhc rooo 000 for personal personalinliirles pClolal pClolallnJurNI personalInimirles
IKS IKSWllh IS9With 9 9Wih
inliirles lnJurNI iuitaln ullalld < d In I
With Wih the exception of the thm H I Itst U cs eltho caic caicthe c ctlio
the commission comlllslon has lus completed rlllelt1 Its I con consideration eonSsldrat1on on onsl ¬
sideration sl < rrntn of olulms of American Aterlon citi citizens rUI rUIzens ciiizens ¬
zens ngnlnst Chill Chii and nnl of Chllluus Chllluusaganst Chi ChIlImmaganat ni
aganst agnst the United States latfl nnd Itlc when whenIt vhnIL
It Aea cn by b limitation I11tl101 next nelt we wtk week k th thclaims thclhnl tieclaims
claims clhnl docket between tweel the th two h coun countries cun cuntries countries ¬
tries will be clean cleanHarping cleanltarplmimr
wit cenn cenn1lrllln
Harping 1lrllln on American lmcrlCII Khelneo KhelneoNew l IhmgIiiesNet hllll hlllle
New e York York June 10 A dUpatch 11spalch to totiie tothe totime
the Tribune from London Lndol say lll lllTho saysTIme
The Mali Ial continues continue Its Il campaign campaignagainst campalnngalnst campaignagainst
against American AmerlCn engines eltIn nnd has hOlllen hOlllenmlktn been beenmaking beenmaking
making mlktn Inquiries of various lrloUI railway railwaycnKlnecra ralIY ralIYemdnetrlnt railwayeneineers
cnKlnecra emdnetrlnt nt home hamp and anl abroad for Of some somecrlorrcment simeerIoroment me meclloroment
crlorrcment clloroment of the statement by r tb tbchairman tbcbRlrlan ths thsehiairnman
chairman cbRlrlan and superintendent tr uf < if the theMidland theillnd theMidland
Midland illnd railway rlwny regarding reiarlni the alleged allegedunsatisfactory ole oleulmlslctor oiIegdunsatisfactory
unsatisfactory ulmlslctor working vorklnl of locomotives locomotivesbuilt loromUe 1oeoniftivsbuilt
built buit In the United Unltc States Any m favor favorable ro faOiabi ¬
able 11 comments c lmentl have been blon suppr supprnnd sUJprpsHl ssl ssltiti
nnd 1111 titi this thlsmornllS morning the th opinion of the thl ni nidstanl RI asdetent
detent llnntnglneer engineer of otthe the Orleans Orlen railway railwayIR rlwny
IR l given Iln to tc the IIII effect cleet that American Amrlclu en engines enI engines ¬
I gines ed el < In to s French lench are tl too tCo grades grldu costly and Ind and arc not nt adapt adapted aapt aaptel ¬
I
DIPLOMATS 1PLTikii IPLOM TS BUSY BUSYIN BUSY BUSYIN
IN SOUTH AMERICA AMERICADoing AM ERIOA ERIOADoing
Doing Their Best to Disrupt tho thoPanAmerican thoI thoPanMlerican
I
PanAmerican P nAm rcan Congress CongressHOSTILE OongresslJ Oongress1IIOSTII4E
HOSTILE J sn I TO TOUNIIflD lJ UNITED lJBD STATBS STATBSXirt srlll sIm11ESImreatIimmtr lE lESllfilln
Xirt Sllfilln ImreatIimmtr < aillifflliii Ihl lime Ides leu Tlnit Jhl t Tlil Til Conn Connrj Coll CollIr
Ir rj Sl Seek k in cnCll U Control llll tMtlnlok Outllo ol ollli urlelllblrlt olfleImIlbhItl
lelllblrlt fleImIlbhItl to lli lit South SouthKev soml somllew htouthmNes
Kev lew York Junq 10 fOA A special spcial to the theHerald IhoIerald theIIeait1
Herald Ierald from Washington nsI1 lon ayi saysIceen ayiKe aYIl
Ke l Iceen en n Arnerlonn norlln Observers uvers of foreign foreigndiplomacy torelSI forsignmilpiomnucy
diplomacy and ntI conlmBrco ctlHirCQ put ut n 1 entire entirely 8ntre 8ntreIy ¬
ly new construction coustructoll upon llon the struggle struRgtob strugglebetween trulle trulleletween
b letween between teen South HOlth Anurtcnn nrf nl republics rcpubllCKwhich Iublel republicsvimlehi
which threatens thre tlns to wreck nek the approach approaching approch approchIng ¬
ing PanAmerican PanAmlrlcnntolflg COIIK vOmigrs SH to bo 1 held heldin heh
in the tht city CI of Jltv lf MSXfOO MSXfOOThey o oThey
They Ihe gay that bthjnd tub th dliputft Iilpute be betwee bet betsee
twee t weCn Jcru and nll ftoflvln ofI qn one hand handand hnndanll IiOndand
and Chill Chi hihi on the other Q ior over Cvor the arbi arbitration ntbltrolol arhitration ¬
tration trolol of the thln Tnfcjia ln mitt Mica Alcu dis dispute IUI tilspute ¬
pute lira the inuulilnnUuns li1I ii Uou of Kurvpean ot1uropeamidiplomats t Kurvpeandiplomats urleln urleln11plomnts
diplomats 11plomnts and Inl Utll J1utpn liuttkpean fpenn business bUlhl In Intfrent Intlrels interests
tfrent tlrels KuroiH I urp dOs Mi not want tile thaIsnAinorlcan IheJnlcrlcn tilePnAmnerican
IsnAinorlcan Jnlcrlcn congr cOlgres commgrece I s to be u I sue sueCOM IUCI IUCeOI sueeels
COM COMWhile eOI
While Whie the UnltodStalw UnI01SUI United Stat U i engaged engagedIn clgAged clgAgedIn
In an al effort ernlt to rapture rl lfre the markets nUlrkctl mcrh < ots of ofKur otFUInlli ofFur
Fur FUInlli pe all al Europe Jurope4H uro1s 4s buby bUlY m a I race racefor racetor FSVOfor
for the 11 market Iurlet of South Qulh mutli America lerlla Ku Kurope Europe Jtmrope
rope U i Increasing Incraalll Us ls Ix tjxport loh trade with withVenezuela wih wihVcn71wll withVenezuela
Venezuela Vcn71wll Hrarll nr I Argentina Arltnlll Ar ntina and Ind Chill ChillThe Chil ChillTime
The United enled 6tata Stntu kxpiirt h xpcmrt l1tt trade to toSouth toHoulh toSouth
South America Amlrln Is I rapidly fpldly falling Calln off offwith ar otTllht
with 1R wih II llht the thl exception excepton of o that to Venczuc Venczuc1R VEleZUe VEleZUeII OflICZUC OflICZUCIa
It IB II said Il to bo lo Important IJlparalt to Ku Kurop I 1uropan u urop
rop ropan an n trade tldo that thl I tfie t ll JanAnK J PanAnltrican PanAnltricanongress nAJlcan nAJlcanongrrs rlcan rlcanIongrrgs
Iongrrgs should Ihuulll not bo htW Iitd Anything Anythingthat inythingthat lWlhlngthat
that brings bllnll close llo unlllcntlon 1IIIlcntnn ititillmn thou between betweenthe beween beweenOle
the United Stntep Slate and otd the ttl Central elml and andSouth nlt andSouth
South Amerlron countries clnlrlll In bound hO ld to tolead Ie InhemS
lead Ilad to closer connn eotmnsrplal on1le rplnl lal relation relationA r lntOu lntOuA
A Bentlman ient man Who ho U vory ory clof colel closely ly In Intouch Intouch liitouch
touch with wih tho purpow l rpQe and scope of ofthe otthe ofthe
the PanAmerican lanAmlIIonn congfet says 8 that
European I urpen Influonco Inlunc cOlgep have h 8 wen fiIl busy bu In InSantliixo InSantllRo inSantiago
Santiago SantllRo fhlll chii lull enoourtiglhg the Qhlllati QhlllatiKovcrniiKnt Ghllln GhlllnIOVlrnm QhIhhitngovernnitnt
KovcrniiKnt IOVlrnm nl to lqk tlkttho the tana tllo that thatthreatcni IhntthrlltCl thattiireatems
threatcni thrlltCl tn dlirupt 1111rup the eonnrenB rOllfelf Ho Hoalso Hoalsu Healso
also says rYI that thl the same nlo Inmienre InI1nenC have havebeen haon havecen
been cen n at t work In Ilmfl urilUB ur < IIJ the th Peru Peruvians PernIals Peruinmis ¬
vians Ials to combat this io tiQeht100 < ItUol lHon taken by
Chill fbl hill Similar Shnlnl dlplmnntlr 1 effertu erortA h hll has 8
been blen In proKiMM Ilro IeR In it JJUenop Ayrea AyreaIfulnB Ayrecnrlnlng yrcl
IfulnB the Argentine Ar ellne government ornrenl to torefualnp 10 10rptusln torefusing
refusing to enter the thl th congress < unless unlenaChill unlessChili nles nlesChil
Chill Chil yl yIelds KlB KlBThe s nrro I V
The Thl Idea Iten put forth by b fnrclfii scents mgcntBhas aenIR aenIRha scentshas
has ha permeated permeated nil ni South Amerwa mer 1 that thatth thlt thlttl timetthe
th tl the United 1Tnltl Rated woks t > cimtrol < 11 iitr 11 l tho thoplans thoplonR theplans
plans of the thl various orlol couatn COIIJtrlR < i < ami Itl11 has hasbeen his hish hasipn
been h pn holding tIme PanAm Pn4mrItitn rkan
holln Ilo nAm rllln expo exposition e10 e10Iition expcmsition ¬
sition ami Iltl projecting projectng th tl 1115 Pan PnF AnmelcarcenMreAs Vmercari Vmercarirnmrrenn
rnmrrenn rn11nl for forIbe th the puipo putPOh tf r intkOiT mnllll mnllllSluHh innkitSiteth 1renr
Bnath Aiwrlfti rl apjienr 8PIMr an tii t11 to tho
North Ntrh America < n kite Jdtethp kitelbs t I Ithf
lbs statement has also bcn bl b n made madeto madoto
to to the thl war nnd 111 slate dapartm dlparlmntH deiartmrutim nt thit
In much mlli the thl same IBmp wav wn av have 111 the dldl dldlcultles dlI 1i111eimitlts
cultles cullll of tlf thm United Jnle Stolen Slll have been ln
Increased InllMllln In Cuba Clba A ppntlcman ntlmBn who has hassncnt hnsHpent hmnsspent
spent much mich time tmeIr itt Havana Tlvnnn says sa that thatthe thattime
the 11 foreign consuls CnnUII there th ro aie ne In II much muchcloser mich michloser muchcloser
closer touch wi h Influvntlnl clcnicrttB clcnicrttBIn Ilenmtl
In the constitutional constllutonll convention nvenlon than thanthf thnnthl titanthis
this thl AmpHcnnn timid Iml Imvobecn very sue suecapful iuiicesful UO UOCP
capful CP Rful II iii n snwlnpr mi iplelon tlI < and Illl discord dlrcnrdThe discordTime lfcoT1
The Th Pan American Attrlcal exposition oX Mon In nut IJufffllo nuttRio 13uffAlt
tRio IB II a direct dlrcl menaco l nc to the trndc trd of ofEuropean otFuropnn ofluiropean
European Furopnn countries countrlc It I threatens threllen for forfltfn or orcIgn
fltfn I < n trade tlo nnd nn If It I were w < re followed by I a aPanAmerican t aIanAmerica
PanAmerican lanAmerlcan U congress cungrES8 which should nhouldestablish thauh1 shouldcstabtisli
establish fMtnlJlah arbitration arbirAtion then the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States would l I he > In a nosltlon T llol to to restore restoreher restoreher
her falling rnln trade trat Pouth olth of Panama PanamaJohn PnnamaJohn PanAniaJohn
John C C C Ayres AyreMl IT 1 8 con cn consul ul UII to Uosarlo UosarloArgentina Hoarlor flosarieArgentina
Argentina r enllna who hl In II in Washlnrton Wahnlon said saidAmerlojan RnltlAmerln saidAnmerfrsn
Amerlojan mnchln machinery ry leads Ipuls tho Ihl t ito world worldIn
In Argentina Ar lnlna hut to Increase nrrase our trade tradeIt Irtle IrtleIt
It Is necessary neclsllry for our marclmnM mRrcllUl to toKlw 10Ivl togivE
givE Ivl more attfntlon nunlon to tl South American Americantrade Amorlennttlll Aniorleontrade
trade ttlll A reciprocity rlcillroel treaty would plvo plvothe r1o r1oIhe gtvetime
the hulk of the trade to the United UnitedStates Unied UniedSlates UnitedStates
States StatesAmerican SlatesAmerlo1 StatessmmierIeon
American Amerlo1 Itlt Supplies SIIIIlll fur fil Kdundnr KdundnrNow l 1lmmnmlflzNew dlnllO dlnllONew
New York June Junt 10 10Sh1111enls 10Simlpmnente Shipments of ofcars ot ofeats
cars Il locomotives 10eomott rails rl and steel Ittt1 for forrailroad ffr ffrIalrod forrailroad
railroad Ialrod bridges brl4f to Ecuador Junlor have h8P coin cnmmoneecl coininemmeed 0 0men
moneecl men rod In enormous onOrl0UR quantities Ijlulltcs qimami titles The Theheavy Timeheavy he hehey
heavy hey orders are nrf from frol rein the South SouthAmerican SoulhAmorllnn SimuibArnorican
American Amorllnn railway Ilway which Is belnff heln built builtacross hult hultnrrol builtacross
across nrrol the Andes rdtl from the port 10rt cif cifOuayanull lt ltGua1111 Ottauayaqmmii
Ouayanull Gua1111 to Quito Quio the capital caplnl about aboutSCO nhrut nhrutXO
SCO XO miles mils As 48 more than tht1 a hundred hundredmlUs hundrrmies hundrednilies
mlUs mies of o this Ihll road running through u unew Ilnel mine
new nel ne land has hnf now 101 been ben put In active nctlvooperation netve netveoperation activeoperation
operation and forty Cort miles mlee additional additionalwon ndtltonnl ndtltonnllon
won lon to bo ooened the th railroad rlrOul has hasplaced hnsplacel lineplaced
placed placel rush orders with wih American Amerl1 man manufactures manurlrtur mantmIaetures ¬
ufactures urlrtur for large InrE amounts of steel steelrails slcelrnl steelrails
rails rnl bridges hrlls and cars carsThe crehe rarethe
The he Carnegie CArne lo plant has hal begun he un a ship shipment shlpmlnt ahlpmeat ¬
meat mlnt of JOCO 4000 tons tonl of steel rails rais Two Twosixtyfive Twosixtyflvo fwofhcUIo
sixtyfive fhcUIo ton locomotives lormote equipped equippedwith rqUlpPP1wlh equippedwitii
with wlh driver IrlNI for mountain grades crtlos have havealso havcalso havealso
also been started startedThe 8tnrt 8tnrtThe startedThe
The American Amlrlcnn Urldgc Irllge company COIfn Is un undr und undr
dr d r contract lllrRct to rush 20000 200 tons of pttel pttelbridge leel leelIlrldro teeIhirldge
bridge Ilrldro material I A certain car company Cmlan Cmlanha
has ha begun b < un shipment shlpmentl un a contract for
300 3 Hat lat box nnd stork ft k cars Mrl anti nn a I Wll Wllmlngton WI Wilmhmmgtomu
mlngton mlnltl Urm Irm IK building bullln imts JuIStner JuIStnerroachC imassenger imassengercoechos nter ntercoaches
coaches roachC parlor cars and a I directors dlmtortcar Ilrator Ilratorcar
car for the same me road roadCamp rou rouGalI roadCanmim
Camp GalI Hyward lnl < 1 Oprtuul OprtuulHuffnlo OIJCIWlllufalo Opemiotlliuffalo
Huffnlo lufalo June 10 10Camp Camp Hyward Hwarl at attic ntIlle atthe
tic PanAmerkan lAnAllurlcnn Urount Grounds occupied by
United tnltCI Status St h marines melnos was opened ollne to tothe tothe tothe
the public IJullc luday loIR The marines larlll Are m mcommand iiicomnmanil ll llomnmnll
command omnmnll of Cupt iit Leonard 1lonal11 who lot lotan 10t 10tAl ioetan
an Al arm Arn duiliiK IUII the thl fight O ht near npnl Tlwi tHin Tslnon tHinon raimuen
on July Jul IS lr last lat while whla currying cr llIg Lieut Lieutliutler Lieulluler Liouthuller
huller luler from trm the lle field fehl and t1 who In turn turnWM turuWa toniwas
WM Wa carried aarle off o by y Rer Sergt t Adams AdamsA
A 4 Illlnd Tl ligem 1srl pr TragedyHuntivllle Tragedy flaellluotlI tragedy15untaihl
Huntivllle luotlI Ala June 10 10John Jcdui David Davidwa DIl DIlWil Davidwas
wa Wil was kllle kl < l liy 1 O d n Ilyrd 11 nt tt Pioneer IlonocrTonn PIoner PIonerTlnn PioneerTtnn
Tonn r Jl Duvll uvlt is said MilIto to have hle been bn ten tendurtitig < on ondurttng 01 01d
durttng d rtn a 1 bllnil hlnd tlf tI Ligem i tioarby ll rb DyrdH DyrdHstore Dyr Uyrdsstore
store and Dyed Hr objected obj tll David DIld It I W WnUKtitxTconfmcO 11 iiinllegedoonuinsd
nUKtitxTconfmcO nllfconfinll Hyrd Ufn In II n 1 liuuwc hUlN for A Aday Ala ftday
day la or t twIt und when h81 David wna wnl about aboutto nhoutto tlmoutto
to to enter the house Ilynl U nl shot him himPavld hll himimDavid
David 11all It t is said lid had killed Idle four men menLULU len lenIVU immcnIjtjlju
LULU IVU 1MIIXCI3 m cI KUXXi Im iciity Xlm V TUIAIi TUIAIiState TI TISlatl ritltlStain
State Slatl OfTcrK Olcr Hvldcncn 1 hlclco lr ti Ia Proro 1U 1UIstcnci 1 ltismCmi3 l lIAlelH1
Istcnci IAlelH1 of n Ctnifijilrauj CtnifijilraujKansas Ctliplrau18nMI CnmmspIraoIcanMa
Kansas 18nMI City CI Mo 30 Juno Jun 10 10Iull 10IullPrnreIlmnl1 10Luitt 10LuittprIncelenneW Lulu LuluPrlnceKenn
PrlnceKenn PrnreIlmnl1 U had hlI recover rocorl recoemt1 sum sumclently Ilm Ilmcleoty ammiliclentiy
clently cleoty from frm roam her breakdown brlkdowl of Batur Baturday Raturday Saturh
day h to nit t In court Nurt tills UIII morning mornlnl and andher am amher antiher
her trial for the nmnJcr luner of Plililp PhiIp II IIKennedy I IIiennedy
Kennedy lcnner was Iaa resumed nsurb The prisoner prlwmiirWHS lrionNr
out wits 18 pale flc and appeared nppcorQ entirely entrely worn wornout wor wornout
outIt OulI It I ltwss w only with wih great cret effort Irort that thnth tot tothe thatshe
she h he k kept ft Ht her eyes cyo o olln ObOfl > on suffering suferln ap appar imppanntjy
par panntjy nJy from trm extreme extNmo weakness wckne5 If or orth 01 orthe
Vrn th th the fMt te tltecta ciB if pedatlvto FeatC1 given Jlven to pro produe 1110 1110ducl proiuOS
ducl due deep p Ally AtI Uy Nearlng arlng for or the de defense dofence ¬
le leCenA
fence CenA oxpreswl 01prCe the fear Oar that she shewould showou111at shevouid
would wou111at not be able to continue cnlnuo tho strain strainfor Itrln Itrlnor strainbr
for or any In Afl length of time timeThe tme timeTime
The first frt witnesses ltoelo produced today tollY by y
u
the state were examined IXUIIII1 In an effoit effoitto CIOlt CIOlttl
to tl prove that the conspiracy cOlsJlr to kilt kiltKennedy 111 kiltCeimndy
Kennedy Ieunt y was UI hatched hltcholl und carried 1llrlol out outby outby outby
by tho Womans WIUIII father fllherl two brothers brothPtsand Irothls IrothlsulII
and ulII tint herself herllf Jack Jiek Cuidwell Cn IItl t tl t2tlIlet1 t2tlIlet1to tilled tilledto tlEll tlEllto
to u I conversation l11ellntol with wih Will Wil ihi IVlnc Prll on onthe onthe outtime
the day 1 following tolowll Ills sisters slslorl marriage marriageat mlrl mlrlII
at II the courthouse curthouo to Kennedy Kelllll at atwhich ntwhih mitwjmtclt
which whih ceremony elllony Will Wi iii Prince and nlll his hisfather hl hlrlther hmiafttthier
father rlther wore ore present Will Wil had related relatedthe
the scene nt lt the courthouse coutthoust to witness wltncsaand wltnesl witnessanti
and told 11M of Kennedys lcnnolys saying In hl when whenfriends whentllclds vimeflfriends
friends tllclds congratulated him I will wi lil not notho miutho
ho a live 111 man 11 three weeks rokl from trol to today tolny todny ¬
day lny IVIueo PrluC retorted Well WI ehI you youJiato youjmao 01 01Jmvo
Jiato prolonged IJolotliet your life lto by h this mar marriage Inl Inlr11Ie mimatnise ¬
riage nisePrince
riagePrince r11Ie
Prince had also admitted ndmlttl to witness wltnctmthat wltnOBthat witnessthat
that the marriage IIIln had bwi hOI forced forcedupon torcetlupon forcedupomi
upon Kennedy Then rlu later lale when whenPrlnc Wh0111lnrllt wimenInliwl
Prlnc 1lnrllt and his hil father fnthpl had called cnled at atKennedys lt ltJelll mit1enntbs
Kennedys Jelll olllce 01l8 and 1IIm tried trlel to collect rlecl 10 10for 1 h hfor
for Mm Ia Kennedy lnnIIY1 board hOlrll Will Wi Prlnco Prlncorelated Irlnct Inimmccrelated
related 1It0Q to the Ihl he witness witMI how Kunn Konnlli Konnllihad Kennedy Kennedyhiatt dy dyhad
had run out of the olllce 01c8 and gone sOl810n sOl810nlll down downstair downstairs
stair lll h h8 hesel fld < 1 first frli He II practically IlrRctcnll ad admitted ul adunitted ¬
mitted mltell that he hI und unl his father were werearmed 11110 11110rmnll wereumrmnd
armed rmnll nt the thl time Ihnr and that Kennedy Kennedywna Iulnely Iulnelywnl
wna under nre the tl shudrnv hndol of a gun gunKdinwly HunItelnfl gimimKezmmieitY
Kdinwly Itelnfl had hlll l heel > eii married but buta
a mptUlt mOltb when W hel he win Wii killed klell Saturday SaturduyU
11 w 544idteed 4 iWduwNl llC1 liert lert Prince Prllce had ll fore forecasted Corecalte forecacted ¬
casted calte th the rrurdor rrurdorA w Ider IderA
A newspaper reporter repoter told 1011 of Mrslummnedy Mrs MrsKennedy Irs1llnedy
Kennedy 1llnedy and her hlr brother bothel Will Wil lil coming comingto cmln cmlnto
to his olllrc 01t1 after thu nmrlnpe uarln l Mrs MrsKennedy Mr Mrshcetmmmetiy
Kennedy lelnoy wanted WIIIll Kennedy Kennty roiwtod ullttd In Inthe Inthe iiitime
the tpr PPII and Iml Wi Will had hntllul mid that the themarriage thoInUrlae timmarriage
marriage InUrlae was 01 forced foretd to prevent Ken Kennedy lonu iconmmeiy ¬
nedy u ly nuuTlng lrnJnl another nnotlr woman womanK womnl
K J Curtln Curtl testified testifed In a conversa conversation conVrIG conVrIGtol couiversulieu ¬
lieu tol wllh wih C W IS Prince Prilcl the father fatherafter tahtr tahtrnCer tathmerafter
after nCer the marriage marlne Prince hail llul mild 011
1 was wo not going to let this mon jilt jiltmy ji jiltmy
my 1 daughter < If I things thlnrt dont < go o right rightyou rightOU rightyou
you OU will wi have hn 0 n I good OI deal lenl more eon sensational Icn IcnItonnl eonantionul ¬
sational Itonnl things thhlBM to write wrie about aboutPrince ubouIrhlt uhoutIthmmce
porter porterTwo Prince Irhlt had hntmlslnlu mistaken Curtln Curln for ott a re reporter reo reoporler rehurter ¬
rwo witnesses WHIW88ES testified te8t101 to seeing seeingMrs tuceingMrs eelll
Mrs Kennedy Jel1edy anti Will Wi Prince golnc golncIn HollL
In time thl direction lictun of lt mf Kennedys elllIs uIHce on onthe ontha outtime
the afternoon uf the murder Hllzn Hllznb Elzn ElznIlh 1llzaboth
b Ilh both th Jackinnn Jacklnl lold of the two board boardIng loarll loarlltn boardlag
lag tn n per for down dowl town and of Will WillPrince Wi WillPrince
Prince 1lnc requesting roque ttg his hil sister 8111 r to do souls somothlnpr soulstimiim 011
thlnpr thilI timiim Wltnesft Wltnel did not catch Wills Willsword Wis Villsworth
word 101 but he heard hEarc her answer Alt Altright Al Allnight
right I will willIt wi willIt
It I Is the theory UIOIT hour of the state tltc that thntPrince IhntIrln thatpninos
Prince Irln furnished tho prisoner tho re revolvur reohul revolvvm
volvur with Ih which nho Iho iie killed kied Kennedy Kennedyand KlnMtly KlnMtlynntucomlJnltd
and nntucomlJnltd accompanied her to near linr tho tii sccno sccnoof sccnoor sconeof
of the killing ltll nerving her to tho point pointof Ilolnto
of o committing comllltnR the crime crimeContinuing crImI crimeCoimtinuimig
Continuing Inltnulll Miss Jackman Jackmnl tastlltoil tastlltoilthat t tastliludthat UII
that Will Wi Prince lrlnc cat called 111 ltd on her hot after afterthe nter nterthe afterthe
the murder IUre lie II believed beloed Miss ls8 Jaukman Jaukmanwould Juckmnnwould Jackimimimissnuld
would be le a wltncrs In the cato and andasked 1111 1111alked mindasked
asked alked her to totpMtl testify that 111 t she did not notsee notsee notsee
see him with wih Mrs Kennedy Kelnely on time day
In question questionliiilnhuifl IluesUonBUllhel Itmestiorlflmmtoimetsthpom
liiilnhuifl BUllhel flmmtoimetsthpom Co on Slrlkn SlrlknOakland SlrUmOailand 51 51Oakland
Oakland Oailand Cal Cn Juno 10 10Hetwoen Uetwocn 300 300nnd 300anti 00 00nud
anti 400 O butchers butrher meat uat choppers nnd nnddrivers nnlldrlel nntidrivers
drivers drlel wftjkml wAlkel out of the various variousbutcher varIousbutcher arlout
butcher shops shOJI of the city this morning morningand morntnl
and during dUtll1 the day la the thl only on meat to he hesecured hoceured besecured
secured was that puichased Iulchnaed In 11 shops shopswhere Ihop Ihopwhelo shopswhere
where nonunion men could be
lel em employed emplnye ciaplnyel ¬ I
ployed or where the proprietors proprl tors were werewilling worowlllG werewilling
willing wlllG to cut the meat IIpnt rime trouble IH IHbetween Ii Isbetween
between hOlwprn the men nnd the wholesalers at atthe atIhe atthe
the stock yard who refurcd returml to display displayunion dlslJlnyunion displayumilon
union cards lrd and threatened not to dq dqliver dtlIver
liver lver meat eat to union shops shopsMODIJIIX shopl shoplflIX shopsMOllitN l
MODIJIIX flIX WOOIIMKNH WOOI veiii t t XS CAMP CAMPDelegates OUt OUtIllc OtMIlciegntes
Delegates Illc ntc8 to It Pouring Imlll Into Ilto St Paul PaulIn 111 111I
In I meat Number NumberSt Xllhl1rH Xllhl1rHSt mumimtmersSt
St St Paul 1111 Mimi lnn June Tlle 10 10D 1OD1entoa 1OD1entoato PMofatoa PMofatoato IllnloAI I
to I this th h fld tll cintiji clrt cftflm of tt MKlern Jler AVoodmen AVoodmenof Wodmcn Wodmcnf
of f America Ancrlen which opens oIens It I fKflBlmm 1 lnnH
hero IJro tomascow lI1rtDW lUll pourijg In on every Of
trolti Mn Marchlns hlnr uniformed nlr rm t1 mwi nUN nilWIthe nUNthe flulOdthe
the streets early arl In the day and Camp Clunrlorthcot
Xorthcott t where the Uniform Wood Woodmen Woodmen WoodIncH ¬
men are located Is rapidly filling up
Caucuses CnU < USP8 of G29 delegates represent representing ¬
log In thirtyone states IIlat to be held tonight tonightwill tonightwill tonightwill
will practically settle In advance advancethe
the election of officers except the board boardof
of auditors There will be no opposition oppositionto
to the reelection of Head Consul ConsuNorthcott
Northcott or Head Clerk Hawctt It It ItBnilth HHmtth itHmliltii
Bnilth of MlHOiirl MI flollrl Is certain to be head headbanker hcnllhonkor heathbrinker
banker The hll election of tour or live flvodirectors 110tllreclolS livedirectors
directors can be predicted with certain certainty ¬
ty These are A It Talbot of Lincoln LincolnNeb JlncolnNeb IlncolnNeb
Neb II D Smith of Mankato Minn MinnB ttlnnv
B K Murphy Iurph of Leavcnworth Kaunas KaunasC
C I C Sounders of Council llluns Iowa IowaThe lownTho IowaTime
The fifth member I Is > conceded to Illinois t01l11nolltatlll Illinoisoild Illinoisnihi
oild the contest Is between he tween fJeorge Geor e W WHellly WHeJII V VIteill
Hellly HeJII of Danvlll and T I V Hopkins of ofIlockfortl atHooltorrl otiiocktord
Ilockfortl L T W V Otto of t Cruwfords Cruwfordsvlllo
vlllo Inil U also a candidate nnd ati op oppose 011pont altpose ¬
pose the Illinois men ff the board of ofauditors atlUt1ItOfll ofimuliltors
auditors A N Bert of Wisconsin IH IHtho hIthu isthe
the only one reasonably SUM of election electionand ollcllonanti electionand
and there Is a hot fight between a doz dozen doztm dozen ¬
en candidates for the remaining place placeon
on the board
M IfUJt1Jlmlm Uhtlilt iiCOS COSPERSIS COSPERSISnllcl iISS CS CSiilter
Waller nllcl Dornian hortmiatmlicnmls Pleads Ih IlI Guill Jullty ol olKllllnu otIIIIII utiCilhing
Kllllnu IIIIII Two Men MenPlllsburg lIen1lttsburg ilemmPitsburg
Plllsburg Pa June lOThe trial of ofJohn arJohn ofJohmm
John and liMward I ward Diddle and nn Walter WalterDorntan WnltcrDorman Walter1ornian
Dorntan alias It D Wilcox for the themurder theJlurdur timemurder
murder of Grocer Thomas D Kahncy Kahncynnd Knhneyail1
amid Detective Patrick Fitzgerald w waR waRtollay vtlsoImenOl n nopened
opened today The Diddles entered < a aplea 11II aimisa
plea II l1Il of not guilty but Dornian created createda
a surprise by It pleading guilty The tor torrlble torrlbl tonnibhe
rlble double tragedy for which time de defendants defen defenthants ¬
fendants fen nntl arc held responsible r occurred occurredon
on April 12 last For I or weeks preceding precedingthe
the city was as terrorized by a series M rltm 11 11burlutles if i iburglaries
burglaries and robberies Kahney lCahineysuet wni wnishot 1111shot
shot down In his home while standing standingunarmed stnntllnlunnrmcll standingummarnied
unarmed In his hI night clothes and Kltz Kltzgerald Fitagerald I Itoruhl
gerald was killed a few liouis later laterwhile latervimiie I
while attempting to arrest nrre t the defend defendants tlefendnnts defenolmints ¬ I
ants The Uves of Kihvnrd lllddle ami amiWalter IIn mimilWalter
Walter Dornian were arrested nt the thesame theMill th thMimic
same lime and will be tried on charges chargesof
of receiving stolen good goodiThe goo goodTime I IThe
The defendants will be tried separ separately s41IJarntcly separately ¬
ately and the case ca of John Diddle was wascalled 1IIScnIJId wascalled
called first It Is believed that Des Dorman Dolmall Desman
man will turn states sla mmtateeIdeneo mmtateeIdeneolIltis les evidence evidenceItldn cIllenceBII1R
Itldn for Indian I Supplies SuppliesXflw
Nth York June U lTho The Journal of ofCommerce otComlntree ofCommerce
Commerce nays l S The controversy over overthe oerthelllacc overthou
the thelllacc place of opening government bids bidsfor bidsCor bidsfor
for Indian In lnn fruppllen ls again attracting attractingattention RttracllnlnttonijQII attractingattomut4on
attention Some two years IIII ago a emil IIlnllar emilhar slnjllar
lar tujfuatlon resulted In Chicago belntr belntrdeidynated bellllCdIIIfJll1ted beIngdeigpnteoI
deidynated as the plnee of opening hfdfor bidsfor bids bidsfor
for supplies of provisions grpceriM grpceriMboots Irptlrltlbools grpceriesboots
boots shoe er eke while bids Tor dry drygoods dryJlJods drygoods
goods clothing rations etc te were left Itftto 11ftto leftIe
to New i CW YOlk The threatened transfer transferto tmnlltertoChlcmlfo transfertoChicgo
to ChlWRo toChlcmlfo of the bids that under pros prosrnt prosInt pnesmit
rnt mit arrtyntewwg are opened hero was WIIsIJl1u wasbreuhmt v s sbrought
brought IJl1u ht d > the attention of the cxeou cxeoutlVo execumtie
tie committee of the New Ne York board boardof
of trod and tranrporiutlon at Its last lastmeeting Illst1II0ltlng lastnmeeting
meeting antI the th < matter Is now being beingconsidered bilngcnnpllrOO beingceneldetod
considered by that committee committeeOne
One of the most Important points In Intha Intho intime
time present controversy and one on onwhich onwltleh onwhich
which much sirens U I laid by II local mer merchants merahnnt merohants ¬
chants Is I the prestige nttched to the thebusiness thebusne timebusiness
business bring bfln retained here hereA hlrenUlnb
A 4 number r of loot wholesale 1holp lc dealers dealersbeing 110RIersbeing tieslersbeing
being Interviewed strongly objected to toany toItny tosay
any additional changes chRn fR being made madeMystery mndeIlitcr madeMistery
Mystery Ilitcr of a llrndlcss IIra < lellq Hotly HotlyLowell 1101 1101lowell HotlyLowell
Lowell Maw June 10 10io No solution solutionof 1011Ilonorthe solutionofthr
of orthe the my mrtery t ry of the unknown woman womanwhoso wornallwhasc Worsenwhose
whoso headless body bod was 8 found yecter yectertiny yesterIa eter eterlIar
tiny Ia In the Cbelmsford hllml rI1 C Center nter woods woodslias woodlnll woodshas
has he been n rea relllhld hed The report of the themedical them9 theth
medical m9 th < ljeal examiner was to the effect effectthat ettectthaC eftectthat
that the head was severed from the thebod thlbody thebcidfby
bod body by a sharp lnstnim Inlltrnmlnt < nt tliSt the thewoman thlwQmnn tImew
woman w mnn had been dead for several revpralvcct lIe severalweek rnl rnlwcck
week anti that a hole under the arm armmay Itrmma ariamay
may ma have been made by b a bullet rrhe fThewoman rrheoml1 rrhewomanprobaify
woman womanprobaify oml1 probaMy was 11I about 30 years cars of ofagio ofagie
agio aglC
iA CANNOTJOIN NNot JOIN IN NA NAJOINTCUARANTEE A AJOINT
JOINTCUARANTEE JOINTCUARANTEEUnited JOINT GUARANTEE GUARANTEEUnited
United States Formally Communicates This ThisDecision ThisDecision thisDecision
Decision to the th Powers Interested in the thePayment thePayment I IPaYl11cnt
Payment of o the Chinese Indemnity
Washington Juno Jo no lOThe govern govorninont Joortimellt governumiont
inont has formally torlllnllolllnllnl communicated l tM to totli tothll tothis
tli this foreign rowers th the l Impossibility of ofJoining atjoining ofjoining
Joining In a nJotntttWrtll joint tfutmuitco et for Uu Uupayment tiltllQYll1nt tltltaylIlent
payment of 0 the Chlneae indarniiUy IUI1I 1 1l Tlldllllcultips rhedlllcultles Tll rtteditlIculties
dllllcultips In the way wa of such llohnll an nr nrrangoin 11mruolnnt orrangotnent
rangoin mruolnnt nt are net forth In the com communication comJIIunlcntoll coinumiumiicctticimm ¬
munication particularly Jose relating relatingto
to thu constitutional restrictions reslrt UoriB on tho thoPresident thoJrCHldel1t thePresident
President In making a I Joint joint dRreomunt dRreomuntof
of thin character In view VIOWOt of the de determination dotenmnimmatiori c ctermlllntlon ¬
termination of the United States not notlo IIotto imotto
to be a j arty J1nrt > to a Joint guarantee thore
MRS MKINLEY MKINLEYSTILL MKINLEYSTILL MKIPJLEYSTILL
STILL GAINS GAINSWashington GAINSVnmmhimigton
Washington Wnshln tan Juno 10 IOActer After tho con conflultutjon conslIltuton conetmitntjon
flultutjon thla mornlne1 the physician physicianof
of Mrs McKinley Issued time following followingstntetnont followlntlstntcmont foliowInistatemnont
stntetnont stntetnontMrs stntcmontIr8
Mrs Ir8 McKlnloyw physicians Ih slclanH report reportthnt roportthnt reportthat
thnt Iior condition Is Mvornhle and andthnt nnllthat nailtiitit
that chic continues to show Hho a gradual gradualImprovement grnclul11InlP1olctlcnt gradualliiipioveuiment
Improvement ImprovementThe
The Ihm continued Improvement In Mrs MrsMcKlnleys Mrlc1lnle8 MrsMcKI
McKI McKlnleys umieye condition reported rl by lnr lnrphysicians hurIlh imiriuhylclnmis
physicians Ilh i lclnns Is noticeable at the White WhiteHouse WhllrtJJoU8o hmito hmitohouse
House In a perceptible relief from the theIntense Ih IhIntense tieImitense
Intense anxiety that has existed there therefor tlwrefur timerefor
for the last ten days Although Hh HhIs I3hlit sue sueis >
Is by no means out of danger and andthere IInlthee antitheme
there Is constant fear of relapse for forthe forth forthe
the th present she seems on the thatlllJrttJ thatlllJrttJnnll upgradf upgradfnnd
anti the President Is more chourful He Hesaw 111ia litsai
saw ia W a few ow callers today And to hid ItUvisitors hidllIltorM lilanfl
visitors nfl tore expressed his oncouruj0mont oncouruj0montWhile ollc uruJGJ1antWhile
While Mrs McKlnleys eundfClon euntlt ion Jlu Jlutuatcd Jluttlaled iluhinted <
hinted he said she appeared npllonfodbrhhlw npllonfodbrhhlwthis brighter brighterthis
this morning than KIQ had for some somudays 80mu11a8 somelns
days daysAbout lnsAbout
About noon the President wont out outfor outCor outfor
for a stroll through the Whltv Whit House Housegrounds HOUleJrloundl housegrounds
grounds with Comptroller Ofthe ef ha Cur Curicncy Cummorley UI UIlncy
morley Dnwes In lus Ho 11 < lalltod Vgry en encouragingly 011lOuluglngly ciiouraglmigly ¬
couragingly of mf Mrs McKlnlys con condition condition contiltion ¬
dition und appeared much rcfroahed rcfroahedwhen iCfro3hedhmen tra3hodwhen
when hmen ho returned icturnedtothom to the White House HouseKennedy HouseJ11Ifl HouseIC
Kennedy IC tu mm mm cii Murder t mm mmi er Trlul TrlulNow FrI II a I INt INeu
Now Nt York Tune 10 1 OIotlay Today marked markedthe
the beginning be llln1ni of the sixth KlxthlVVjj wppk of the thetrial thetrIal
trial of Dr Samuel J T Kenriedyon lenl1 dyon the thecharge Iii Iiichiare
charge of murdering Kmlllno 1l1ll1JnolIQnolrJe 1l1ll1JnolIQnolrJeIn Itvynolda ItvynoldaIn
In lUp 111 Orand In trl ON the nltfht of ofAugust utUKII ofAugmst
August UKII t JS 1 16 UJH 1S J < Alfred Wagner nllor a ac IIrJIIJ acb
c rJIIJ h 4tiuAt itiwr ot t si Comae Q uIYI staicrtiisinndtCflfl staicrtiisinnd
tCflfl tta I1S the first wimesw 111i tidln tIIIJI iitli lleftcsU lleftcsUned 1o tOII tOIIIletl tetllieti
ned thai on the night nf j oXl tijflat13 1i tt 13Vr 13VrJlnnftIy 13 Of OfKennedy
Kennedy was o II pissciiffcr onlhc ferry
boat which arrted nt StGeorge at GeunQ at at12rlB ntnl4S at1m45
12rlB n m Dr Kennedy who wimscas Was In Intoxlcntcd IntJIIcI1ICd inloSlenled
toxlcntcd asked tln > witness 1I howjnuch howjnuchho how im smnuehi smnuehihue 111 1 oh ohho
ho would clmrcc to drive him him to New Newtlorp iewdop Newmiorp
tlorp and nmllw ho said 5 Dr Kennedy then thenwalked thenwnlkltI thenwnlked
walked toward a trolley car i ar The de defendant etcfentlant 1efondant ¬
fondant the witness said wore 010 ft dark darksuit tllksuit darksuit
suit nnd u black d derby rbv hat hatThe htThl hatThe
The prosecution sought to Imply bad badcharacter bndcharaetllr baddiaracter
character III the tlm crosexanilrmtlon cro srxnItlIi lllol1 of ofthis otthis ofthti
this witness The witness wltnc s deniM that thatthe thatthe thattime
the defense had offered him anything i
beyond his hil expenses eXpen eXpemiiesfor for his QlllUavlt QlllUavltKn flhiavItImghlsi
Kn Imghlsi Ilsli II lh Sugar 1I 1I1 DntleV DntleVLondon nlllr nlllrIonc1on
London June 10 10Tho Tho chancellor ohnI cimnuIhl jllor < r of oftho ottho oftime
tho exchequer Sir Michael Hicks HicksHeach 1IIolsllench hiCkslienehm
Heach In the house of otcoll1n16 commons 1 today todayjiroposod tallayJlroJlo todayJtOmOEOl
jiroposod JlroJlo etl alterations In thesugar thosl AI duty dutyus uty utyIS
us follows followsMolasses tollowsIolalel fcttiotsMolasses
Molasses anti nil extracts ot of sugar sugarwhich Iu sugarwhmkii nr nrwhich
which cannot be tested by the th t polarl polarlipo iiolarlecupe alarlfleOp
fleOp ipo < If containing 70 0 per cent and andunw antIulmwsrda
unw UIlItd rds of swcctonlnt nmttrtr 1IIntl r 2 2s Oil I
P pr r hundrcHl weight If Ifbetvc botwcon I7 70 and andfo n andho a aro
fo per mer cent 2s below GO 0 per cent Is
The duty 11ut on solid lucose Js to t ° bo h 2s 2sJd 2slid s stltI
Jd per hundredweight anti nl1l1on on liquid liquidglucose lIqull1IIlucose liquidglucose
glucose 2s 2sA 2sA 2sA
A resolution embodying the sugar Hu ar nl nlteratlons nlteratlons ulteratlons
teratlons was us passed without nl division divisionto
to take effect tomorrow tomorrowPrlncnton tomorrollIrlllCIJlnll tomnorroutlrlncrmom
Prlncnton Clans Day DayPrlnrcton tll1 I XI1Iul5ell IsimmItesPrinceton XI1Iul5ellPrlncelon
Princeton N J Juno 10 10The The annual annualclass annualclnsi
class day dll exercises of Princeton lrln olo 1 tail university unlorelty tailvarsity ¬
varsity were oro held In Alexander hall halltoday hnllIIII hailtoday
today IIII President Pntton In tton presided
The rJU class oration vas IH delivered dt1 iv ertmi by II
lialpli P I Swofford amid HalphgThomp ltaIpitST0m mp
son read tho class iweni At the close closeof Jloseor
of if the exercises Dewitt V Hulchlnirs
dcllored tho Ivy Iv oration on the steps stepsof
of Nassau Nas Iu hall hallAmerican hall4mcllcnll ballttmmieiIenn
American Trap Shooters ShootersImdon fhoo Simontezrndon cr crlJntlon
Imdon June 10 10Tlle The Ar American
trapsliooters had some t10m practice Ilrtlet a today twin tOllnns
ns preliminary to tomoiiows contest
lilt hey I found the conditions so dif 111 ¬
ferent from those thor have been ac accustomed ncCllBtOnltd noumettinteth ¬
customed to that shooting of tIme ho team teamis ttnllltll
Its is n whole was much below lie lienwrlOIl ItonurIean
American average All the thelIhootlnl shooting
lINE Is down hill The targets Il1h ct8 ar mime
thrown far and fast and at atA a much
lilHher elevation than Is thellmlt In IIIJmlrlrn
America The rise also Is 14 yards as asagainst 11IIlIfalnlt asagainst
against 1C In tho United States Thc Thceor ThIIIOIEII Thescores >
IIIOIEII eor j at the first practice wqro WIJI very
disappointing chauncoy Powers of of1ermitur
Decntur 1 lllitur Ills broke twenty straight
in the first event and then dropped droppedmow
mow than half in tho next IIOXt twenty twontr
Froth r 1 hilbert of Spirit Lake Iowa was W sit
the only 0111 other man to break twenty
stntlpht 1 K
K 1 II Trlpp of Indianapolis took tooii tp k 4 19
Some of the old reliables r fell ell down downiulte dowlIIUlto downmulto
< iulte seriously but while Uiey kcoro Crftl
low the KiiRlUhrnan xmorti oretoonVuvTl or lJolllJr iouurTlte The
Americans are confident ot o winning winninground wlnnln wInnilmmmmsmi
round Murdered MurderedAtlanta tIiurmtemcm1Atlanta fllrIlICI1Atlanta
Atlanta On in Juno 0 0Mi Mlia i1 o
Jackwm 1 tho adopted daughter of It J C
Plover 11low r n dairyman at Poplars Springs Snrlniwa
a suburb was found murdnrod noar
her home today tnda She had b bean n mill
lag sine In last Thunday A nogro nII J boy 1 0
employed mploy sl on Mr Flowers J proc has
been arrested on suspicion Her lIcrthront throat
wa > cut
Ariry Ant 111 ApiinlnliiicrilK ApiinlnliiicrilKWashlntfton 4lIlIll1ll11lnlWnlhln
Washlntfton Wnlhln ten Juno 10 10The The Prpsldent Prr ld l1t
has appointed It the following olllcers olll tlt of
the th Porto lllco t Provincial > regiment rcglm t of
Infantry InfantryLieutenant Info Infantry1Ieu1tCrmMntJaun ntr ntrIIutnntJaln
Lieutenant IIutnntJaln James A lluohanan l1uohnnan1ajonIIJlnm
MajorsWilliam A Almy Aim Eben
Swift SwiftCuptnlnsLouls SwiftCAlltlJnsIoull S
CuptnlnsLouls Ii J Dennett Chris ¬
lisa Hrland William P Hutler lutl r Charles
II Hamilton Osman Latrobe Thomas 1I
F M Ualotlnnl Klnnl James T Onl Allen lIen D I
Itaymond ItaymondFirst Itafll1onc1IIt ItaymnoummiFirst
First Lloutennnto LloutonnntpWtlllnll1 William D 1 Bal
lard Jr William W newel BeuelU Harry Iiar l Ty II
Cooper r Morris orrls K z Locke P J Martin
IB l anxiety shown In diplomatic clrtl dli1lts dli1ltsHit g gus
us to the outcome on the question quellonot quellonotIndamnltlo of ofIndemnities oflitdoimiiiitle
Indemnities One 1fl view Is that tIme ma majority maJority mn mnjorlty ¬
jority 01 0 f the powers being fnvorflblo fnvorflbloto tavor tbl tblto
to a joint guarantee will oxeeuty this tlilajoint thisJoint thismutt
joint Instrument and thtrenfter curry curryon
on a convert of their own In that thatevent thttOVtlI thitOvtqit
event It is said the United States Stateswould lInINwuultl Stntcswould
would arrange directly with China tlH tlHto nHto H Hto
to the American portion of the Indem Indemnity JldlI1nlty itidvamumlty ¬
nity The repiesentntlves reJ1rllfl nhlt111 I of most 1110 t Of Ofthe OCIhl Ofthe
the Kuroti 1 iumwpan lrotlnn an powers JlO lJr do not bollovo bollovothat hqlhwothlll b1iovothst
that a renurt to The Hague tribiimilnH tribiimilnHproposed trlbunrijnaproposed M MjlUpOlletl
proposed by b th the United States Sl hs will bu buiicvcptnble IJuIICteI betmcuuplmmble
iicvcptnble IICteI tllble > to their government 1
I
John Illnndcl John OsUgor A Owen OwenSeaman OI OssnSecmnmm n N
Seaman Orval P Townncnd lown cll Jacob Ii IiWyke i iVrko I IWykO
Wyke Wykewcond WykOEfecolul Vrkoecoimtl
wcond LleutcnnntH Clcorgo eorgo C C13moomime
Broome Ferrance Hnmlll Charles S II IIKemey UKPl1tey iiKerimey
Kemey Jean S Oakcw Kbtn Swift Jr JrPaul JrPaul JrPaui
Paul Nultke NultkeAssistant N nttlee nttleeJlillltnnt imttkoAeistiint
Assistant Surgeon Hank of t Captatnr CaptalnTOII
Jose Lugo In o Vina VinaAlso Inn InnAillo IimaAlso
Also the following In the regular son sonvims Qr QrVlee
Vlee 11 cavalry cavalrySecond 1lllrfpconll cavalrySicontl
Second Lieutenants lisutemmantsPtmgeno Kugeno ugen J 1 EI ElCluwioe EIClurlnrl EiClmirermcp
Cluwioe Llnlnger Llnln er Howard C Tiitum TiitumSecond IrlttUl11JlConcl fmtttmummtJtCofll
Second Lieutenants of Infantrjjr InfantrjjrDavid Immfantm ImmfantmIatti
David I avld A Hank Hllnkill Kdwnrd I 1C 1 Masses MassesShelby danaCeimeiby
Shelby C Jwasuie Pat M Stevens StevensWllllnm Steycoslilinm I
Wllllnm lilinm Little LlttloSwwnd LittleSsoiit1 II IISIGI1I1
Swwnd Lieutenants Artillery Corps CorpsHnrttjimn Corpq1Itrtimrnrm
Hnrttjimn L I IJutlar Frank T Thornton ThorntonJ ThorntOn1hmt n nJbn
J Jbn > hu H Musgnive MusgniveSurfieoti MUII MusguiiveSurgeomi J
Surfieoti of Volunteers olunt > orl Hank of Jla JlaJur MajuiiIramik I IjlJI
Jur jlJI juiiIramik Frank K 1 Artaud ArtaudA
A 4 Wealthy Wcult 1iirmcr Sulcldex SulcldexHuchoster 5ulclllII1tuehOSIlr StmlchmlesItuelmester
Huchoster MiamI June 10 10H H Jr JrKngle r rEnRlc rPmigle
Kngle a wealthy farmer living near nearthe noarthe nonethe
the city cIt committed l suicide by hanging hanginghimself hanl hangimmghImself > lng lnghlmselt
himself In his hl barn while his family familywere ramllYwere famnijyvere
were tiwny on a Sunday school picnic picnicNo
No cause Is known for the act actShot netShn actSimimi
Shot While iilk ItCHlNiliiK Itwlsi lug Arrest ArrestMemphis 4IIcstIOll1llhl miest miestMemmiimhlg
Memphis Tenn June 10 10V W W WKldd Y1IIII t tIciod
Kldd former superintendent of schools scliOdoat pehoolal
at Quinersvllle Olll1tlf lIIo Ala who IB chnrgotl chnrgotlwith chnrltldwtth clmart1whim
with embedding about JlROO ot otfunds ofecbOi ofecbOituimda 8ct l lrUUdM
funds five years Inra ago pasned through throughMemphis throughMUl1llJhl1l throuihiMomihilhiC
Memphis today en route from Miv MivYork SiuYork 1 1York
York Ark where he was oaptuml oaptumlWednesday llaptUlfllWodnelldn eaptumeihSednestiny
Wednesday to the scene of his Itl crliWO crliWOThe crll1lJTho ctIiaTIm
The prisoner was ehot while utlnx itlnKrtr itlnKrtrrested nr nrrst arrested
rst rested d and may not live to itaeh Iaehlds Iaehlds1l000tlntltlon Ws Wsdestination tiledostiummttiomm
destination
Condition of Whonl1 Whonl1Washington WhonlWuhlnJton YimonlWashington
Washington June 10 10Crop Crop average averagecondition aCfllljealllllllon averageOuiditlon
condition winter wheat S78 spring springwheat IprlnthEll pnmnntwimetit
wheat hEll JJ0 O acreage Inurcuw sprltt
1200000 1 OOOOO aerM on 81 per cent centLV oentl t tI
LV I Tin liniYs lUItYE iiiisCase HANDS HANDSCnsnoIDr JIXUSCnRoulUr
CnsnoIDr Case utflr Uniter Unll Charged iimuieLlsiuiraeY l cd With Wtltrlj Wtltrljl11111I1J Cijrt CijrtHplrnuy
Hplrnuy lo it llrlnnd leI niul IIHIIMIIOO I IIrtnuo Co CoChlengo fH fHChkngo ms msChicago
Chicago June I0Tho case of otDr otDrlnger Dr DrInger DrPager
Pager anti tharles Wayland DroWn DroWncharged flmntncharged 1 1chauell
charged with conspiring con plrlng to defrolirt defrolirtvarious deCr1tlll1IloU8 defriitL1valotms
various Insurance In urnnco companies that had hadwritten ha imudwmitteni 1 1wlltlen
written pollelcs on the life of Mils MilsMark lltsaIlrl iha ihaMath
Mark Ilrl IMonmach > who died soon ntjfir ntjfirbeing ar arIng atrusing
being Ing Insured under PusplolouE clrctim clrctimstances clrctJ1Isll1nCIII circupialouds
stances Is In the hands of tho Jury JuryThe J juryTIme Y YTho
The arguments of opposing oppo lng counsel counselweie Cou ul ulwIe
weie completed early ratl In tly afternoon afternoonitiicriiorSamford nttcrn JII n niimucmImor I I1lcllInr
iimucmImor itiicriiorSamford 1lcllInr all1fllrd Worse WorseTuscnlooaa VorseTuscaloosa or e eTuscnloolln
Tuscaloosa Ala June 10 10Gov Qov > W WH WII I III
II Samford who has been III for torIlC torIlCtal seV seVeral sos sosoral
oral < days Is reported worse todnjnwl todnjnwlIt lotI today nl1tl nl1tlIt iundit
It Is feared hl his lllenps will have hnoo n ffital ffitaltermination f0ttuhtermination fll l I Itllrllllnnllol1
termination tllrllllnnllol1SIIl terminationSingle
SIIl Single lo Tnt lii iu ICxplalnctl ICxplalnctlWashington 1 hji1alimeIWashington xJlllllnrllWuhlngtllll
Washington June 10 10J J H Halstbn Halstbnof 1 1at
of this city It explained the single tax taxmovement 11 iQl iQllIIolmenl l lmovement
movement to the Industrial commission commissiontoday cornml commiatontoday llDn llDntOOIl
today tOOIl In New e Zealand he said iho ihosystem IhotIslpm limosystem
system had been very lr gene generally rally adopt adopted ¬
ed 0 nnd had nmved 111011 quite popular popularIn I IIn I1mm
In the Inited States In recent YOM yoarstho yOArtime 1 1tho
tho experiment Ixp rltllenl had been tried only Ol1bjn 0111 n nthe Ct1 Ct1the ll llIh
the Ih one instance jn tanll of Hyattsvllle Md Mdand McIand I Iand
and In that < l ease had hcon declared declaredcontrary I1cclnrcacOlltrar declaredcontrary
contrary to the state constitution constitutionHIT con titutlomi
HIT 11 VI BY FASSKNOKitlutAiy FASSKNOKitlutAiyClirls PASSg PASSENG Glm Elt rpUAIN rpUAINChrl VItA IN INCurls
Curls Morttiison Morte1hSoilIC1t Meets llt Wllli a ralnlul ralnlulAcclilont IaIllfUlAt nllllIlt
Acclilont AcclilontAt t
At one oclock this afternoon Curls ChrlMortenstn ChrllIorteI1Sfn CurlsMorteimsen
Mortenstn a carpenter who resides teBld S at ati2 1
512 i2 west Pit Fifth South met with a pain painful pnlntul ¬ f 7 7iii
ful iii accident which nearly caused eaU9 111lm him himto hi hito
to lose his life lifeMortens liftsMortenHn IK
Mortens n who Is said to be b aflllctid aflllctidwith nliiotvdslth r rI rwith I
with deafness wn waking RI lne < down the themain timemulti 1 1main
main line track of the Rio Grande Wet Wfcitern I Iern iera
ern In the vicinity lelnlt of Third South when whenhe vhnIme cn cnhe
he wits struck by b the engine engineof
of the No o 1 passenger trAin trflfnThe trAinThe f fThe
The train was Immediate stopped stoppedand it itnlld
and the Injured InJur 1 man plck plclt1 d tip tipand lipnUll upauth
and taken to the baggage IItl Kal room at n t tha thadepot tllaepot ht htdepot
depot epot where he was placed until tlm tlmHoly thuHoly I I1I0ly
Holy Cross hospital hOlpltAlambulance ambulance ambuianceflrriI ambuianceflrriI1mm arrived arrivedIn I IIn
In response e to the call which wltl h had ha been beenHitit iiensent t tMent
sent In An 11 examination of the th Injured Injuredman Injllrtllman
man proved that he had sustain In Injurleii 1mmjuries I IjurleH
juries to bis hi back while ills iii legs wdro wdrobadly i VJrotadl ro rohimidly
badly tadl cut and bruised bruisedFrom IJrullldl bruIsedI1rnmn
From l rom halest t ad QIIlrt lets received from neal Urn Urnhospital tii tiihospital I IhOIl1t1l1
hospital Morienwn was resting as 5 eas easily ensI ¬
ily I ua CHUM IH > expectwl under th the cir olrrumstances eTrlmtl111e ciretimattmntet
rumstances It I 4 said that the train trainwas tnt traPuwas 1
was 0111 going It t a slow rate of speed peedmit peedmitthe at atthf litthe
the lime uf f the impact and that the en engimfr engino h h1lnur
gimfr gino r whistled several mt eruul tlm tlmH s before tho thounfortunate theumifumtUnte I Iuntultunah
unfortunate man was struck struckTAX IItru struck1x k II IIX
TAX X UN O TKLKIJIUXKS TKLKIJIUXKSConnty rt llgIiJW gS t tCOllnl
ta a
Connty COllnl Conimlsslmiew lrotoo to Put Intu I IIl
u License on Instruments oniustrmiimeiitThe InstrumentsThe
The county commissioners m lI1t t this thisRfternoon h19afternoon 1 1q
q
t tafternoon
afternoon and nll pa passed ed on n the watt dis districts 411Irlet misride ¬
ride known os Jordan Jllt > lan and llountulp llountulppn ountllJUIIn v vU1fl
pn the th lImes 111 heretofore publIshed publlilwdforc Ii Iirore
forc adjourning they the also I o defined tlu Ib du duties tuties u ¬ JI JItlPI
ties of tli time water commissioner commissionerAt
At four oclock this afternoon tlm tlmcommlriiiloncrK Uu UuctmnmnIsioner bofoJnlnl
commlriiiloncrK foJnlnl llol1r again went Into session sessionand seaibnand 1O 1Oand
and at the time tf tills > ls retmrt closed clu ed tOy tjioymn t tOyser Oy 1 1WT
mn ser discussing tJ tlaP t1i advtoablllly of If Ifccnclnif JIcfnelna Iicencitig
ccnclnif th the telephone > comp companltfl nl 8 whlci whlciare hll111all
are and propOM to operate In Salt L LH Lakacounty Kcj Kcjcounty 1 1COUll
county COUll Time TII measure will undJUbto41y undJUbto41ybe undubt 4r 4rbl
be adopted upled er lire the th meeting adjourn adjournthat adjournsa 1 1II
II < that h reoforth a llwnatf I nl of 24 n flta fltawill p pwilt Pwiil
will be placed llflC upon nil n tthoncs whiOli whiOliare whitiaare
are rented at SIG > 10 0 or o on r and liH 1 conti contiupon C01tupon coptaupon I
upon all other Instruments operated dby dbytelephono by1 by1telephone by bytelephono
telephono companies com unles

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