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DURIIAMTn. C. TUESDAY, .7 UNK 27, 1911.
NUMBER 85 The Wrecked Maine as She How, Appears s J UfllTSlDE: DIES VOLUME 91, WOMEN MEET 11 ! ?. -- V t-t ' - r, T uuwnmm r'-'' ' ' V - ' .' " J- ' '.rr'Al ' JKff p - - WMMl DEATH IN FIRE Ur. Vlckcrs Soccosfes to Stroke ' ct Afttopleiy Last M;-t ' STRICKEN IN THE COUMRY Fsund by Pawr-hr and Taken Jlume He ever Utgt'.uvi ('ousrlou.ncMi Was Forrinaq (ur the American - Tobacco ('KUipajy and Had Mauj I'rlf uds. Stricken with appoplexy on the Fay ettevllle road several mile out from town Saturday afternoon, Mr. George W. Vickera dN at hia home on Alston avenue Sunday evening about 8:45 o'clock. . 1 Mr. Vlckers was found unconscious by the roadside lata Saturday after noon. He bad left the home of h!a brother-in-law, who live out on the S"ioM.t 111. rn .it .t Cilt. ..! - - ' ..... .j "i morning for hia home 011 Alston ave nue., fit waa found by yie roadside by a passer-by and waa taken to .hia home. Pr. Cheatham waa sal'ed and everything that merMeal akill could uo w uonr 10 revive nun. lie never regained consciousness, however, and gradually became worse until the end earn Sunday evening. Tbe deceased waa 3S yeara of diee and ia survived by a wife and one child. He i the brother of Mr. W. I. Ticker and Is also survived by three other brothers, Meaara. J. R., Zach and Joseph Yk-kers: aud by five sisters. ' Mrs. Cora Pickett, Mrs. Lula Ferrell. Mra.W. E. lllakwood. Mra. Xettie Holt and Misa Kva VU kera. He yu employed with the American Tobacco coninaay as foreman and had many friends about town who are (Tiered to ,tTh4.fiHiMt avftUdft wilt h-i ti-ta from the residence this afternoon at t:Zo'clork. and the Interment will M to ine unwy burying ground sev eral mile la tha country. , ,. : , e Death uf Mra. Khmm-II. Oiford. June 2. Mra. Emma Russell, the .wile tf the late John ('. Russell, died in New York city Wed nesday after a irotraeted (Usees, ind her remalna ere brought lo Taib Ho Friday an1 bu-led In the fauiiiv graveyard. , Sba waa the daughter of the late. Ur. William Harris, well known to aomo of our older people, and lesvea three grows sons all if New Turk ci. - ... . . . M. S. ItL Holton's 4 Funeral Saturday f ' ' - ' ; A ' targe roueoijrim of filend at- tended the luaeral seme or tin iMte o. m . ii.jiiuii, wmb mi iifiu faturday afte.noon at 5.30 o'clock The member i.f the Durham but at lennea in a noar. a romrniuee n.i" been appointed beaded by Judge ft , If. Sykea to draw up retoliitlnii ii reapeeta to be tead at the neit fern f rourt , - !! ' fmlirnt ot Wire Kramer Co. Test!!) tag In Tobacco Case ' Ral. !Kh. J in.- :C -At 1 o'clock Ibis aientmiit federal conrt reconvened In the trial of (lie fl.2no.M9 damage suit o' the Ware-Kramer Toliareo rnmpany a. tbi American Tobacco romiiaay, sMtt at the r'inmf of j.lAlntilf s roiiiiael court uxik a recess io 3:30, when tiUliitllT F. I. Ware took the Kind, The Trnn!eln eWdrnee s teiio tiirily withdrawn by jilafmlff'a eouti el. I In had "..(o st-x k in tile WarcKramef emnnnny, 'ami In bin deposition was deveJoMit the ri'Litlons Of the.po-defcnd.nil, W. M. Carter, to plaintiff and defendant corporation that le the Vital lesue Itt the suit. Tobacco Crop Short In Eastern Section ; Mr. J, V. Monk, of Fartnville. wtio la one of tnt leading u-ar oeaiers in Kastern North Carolina, sp4nt tediy III Durham vli'Cng1 relatives. U'll( hero be state ! that the toliareo rrop In I'ltt ami aljoinlng cotinttea wot.ld lie atmut only l.alf Ibis seawn, due In large hart .) the farmers nol ilnr.l Ing a full er,i. Mr. Monk fort.ittly lived here and la well known In thl ty. :. " , " , Rev. W. V. liarrett left this morning for Bessemer City, where a will con i ; rr-rral. j riEOiisu this Anuon By ChlcasoEdilor la His Teslf pony In the Lorlmer Case J Uerniaa II. Kulilsaul State That He Told ("uloiiel Utmsetelt the Enllre . . ! . - i ' Slory of nine Trjluc fo del Kank ... le Partly Reimburse Parties Wh llad Spent IOfl,owo for Lordlier. Washington, June 2C Many flgun-a ot catidnal prouiiueiice were brought into the Lorlmer Investigation Satur day for the first time, when Herman II. Kohlp.aat, editor and publisher of tbe Chicago Record-Herald, teat Hied before the aenate committee Investi gating tbe election of Senator Lo rimer. Former President Koi-tevelt's name was linked with the Investigation, when Mr. Kohlsaat testified that lunt August he told Colonel Roosevelt the entire story of the alleged attempt of KJward Hittea to collect f 10,000 from Clarence p. Funk, general manager it tbe International Harvester com pany, to reimburse thoae who had contributed lioo.ooo "to put Lorlmer arrow at Springfield." The bau of secrecy waa placed on the former president, but Mr. Kohlsaat testified Colonel Roosevelt wrote hint that he Jeclined, because of tbe Information given Mm by Mr. Kohlsaat, to attend '.he Hamilton club dinner later in August, lsin, if Lorlmer was to be there. The. lUwsevelt letter will be placed In the record of the hearing. The nanus of Senators Root, La- Follette and Cullotn were mentioned In a new light. Mr. Kohlsaat testified hat be had Informed these senator, before the senate passed on the Ln ri mer rae, of Ike conversation n which Funk bad tuld him of Hlncs' alleged attempt to collect money. To these men Mr. Kablsaat did not mention uim, because be considered himself under a pledge of aecre-y to Mr. Funk not to do so. Mr. Kohlsaat mentioned Senator Cullom'a name only at the close of the day's aesnlou. , Former Speaker Cannon and former Representative Tawney, of Minnesota, figured In the day's testimony. Juilge ltanecy, counsel for Senator Lorlmer, aicked tbe witness If Senator Lorlmer ;n V.mi did not drop a libel ault igaiiiKt Mr. Kohlnaat because Cannon and Tawney told him it was feared If iu h ftere not done the Chicago Rerurd-llerald ' would not- aupixtrt KMHevelt for president in 19t. "This la an ridiculous that no an wer Is needed to It," declared Mr. Kohlsaaf. 1 lit also denbd that the suit was dropped because It- waa made a con dition of Governor Vne-n'e "doing a favor for a young man In trouble." who waa Lorlmer'e friend. The wit ness underwent a long rmas-examlna-ilon by counsel f.ir Senator Lorlmer. He WAS asked if he did not tell the Funk afory ta every newspaper In Chlragu. The wttm-sa'said that be "oulil not remember if he bad. al 'hongh he had spoken of II, without iiint Inning names, to several persona, For Twenty-Five Cent Express In State Raleigh, Juno II The North Ca- ollna torpor it Ion rontmiasion lia.e made the foi'oalng amended order: "From an I after Ihla date, tar IP applying to Muthern Kx press com pany now renting: . " 'I'arkage not rsceedlng five proinds in wefhl, or IVOO In va'.ne, beta era any two points la North Carolina on a:y railroad or syatem f railroads, lll be carried for 2s nnt,' Is amen Jed by adding thereto tbe following: "A charge exteedlng 25 cents sh-" not be applied on account of value tinlena lbs apn". of express compiP) shall enquire of consignor as to value of tbe pfttka-re and thus smert-t'r. that the valve la held f.i exreeii f or unless tbe consignor shall rofii" to give Its value." , $1CO,000 Fire In Fori Worth Stockyards . - ' . Fnrt Worth. Tes . June ifl. Fire ftrtetnsllne In llie umlhoast rorheT ol this be? nheiM, swept thrctiph the Ferl Worth limit viir'i lur trire- the efforts of fire companies rrmn the iwn laree iikrk ne Mama, a n tit- dnen romin!s nf the rltv deutit- menl and hundreds of olnn(eeri, re st royed 2? acrta of pens, three vale houses, two Pismmotn hay ami tot: br.rna, tha ivMng docks. vlit-J't-l driveway to the packing couaea and the yardmaaWs office. Mannr.'r kina. of the atorkrardrt eoniu.ut estimates the loss at approslm-l ly t loo.niiu. The loss la covered by innHranre, fhj burned area will t raballt. ssssaas-aa-aaaaa-aasaaaaaasaaaas ; The pbotojfraph above gives a fair arboard aide, .fV iookins (Jiward. ! E,E, ID Wlii Prominent Commission llcrchant Vidian ol Paraljsls Mr. B. E. Thompson, the well-known TI broker and ou.missicn merchant of of ncW8pai)t.r g!or, lei Cha3 Ay the city, died at his home lu North!,, , - , , ... Durham yesterday nomine about 2:30fMorse to for w'u of habaa o'clock. Mr. Thompson had' been 111 ipr5'" I effort to secure bis re for .some, time and bis death waa not j lease from the federal prison here, de nnexpeeted. Paralysis began to take'itelept d In the hearing of the appllca- posseaelon of bis body about a weekltlon before Judge Newman In the ago, and bis friend realized that the Dd could ooLbitSns. '.- . Mr. Thompson was 55 yeara of age at the .line of bis dyath. He was a native of Wake county and waa the son of the lafe W. M. Thomson, a ronilnent and well-known citizen of he state. He cane to Durham a num ber of years ago and aeccpted em- ilvjyiueiit with Mr. S. T. Morgan, who w,t then engaged In the brokerage busluets. Afterwards be decided to enter buRiutas for himxe'.f and h;m been, very surcesaiul. Ho waa very prominent In church as well as buai iitrs circles. He was for many years consistent loenilK-r of Ihe North Durham llaptlat cburra and always took a lively Interest in the affairs of ho congregation and the community. ife was married Itt 1S!U lo MUs Jote- phlne S-emn, and she; survives with four children, M !' Llh -1 and Jose phine Thonist)n and Messrs. Fred and Kmtliett ThuttiMon. He is alio sur- Ived by two aiders, Mrs. C. R. Hlack- ey, of South Carolina, and, Mlns Ida Thompson, 1 of Durham, and one brother, Mr. J. M. Thoiniauin, 'of Wake county. , , The funeral aervlcea were held from the North Durham ItaptiHl church tlii fter:iiMui at 3 o'clwk conducted by Rev. W. C. Tyree. of High PoinL Thn pallbearers were: Mersrs. T. J. Audcrtion, Albert Phipps, J. P. Woody. Henry Terry, J. K. Mason, J. Kv Pattoti. The floral-bearers were: M'sirs. John Rogers. W. I Cmslcad, W. (I. Rramham. I. T. t'mstead, llober. Prper. T, J. O T.rlen, R. U Mont gomery. Robert Rlchnnlanti, All of the wholesale grocery stores of the city were closed for one hour his afternoon oit of respect for Mr. Thorn non. CeL Falrbrellier Here. Col. Al Falrbrother, of Oreenshoro, spent today lu the city, reluming to his home (his afternoon. Tar Hec! Quakers Are Represented Itovldenee, R. f., June 21. The society of Friends (orthndng brnn-hl eommomorated liere the beglnnlni; of the New England yearly meeting i'n years ago. 1 n. New Kng.and Year ly Meetlbg la ait annual gathering of the governing lody of the eh-irvh. embracing the territory east of the Connecticut river. . The prlncliml address waa de'ivcr- ed by Prof. P.dward C. Moore, of the Harvard Divinity school. Ii waa on The Rcllglmm Discoveries of (leori,e F." tlovertiir Poihter reirespn'.',d he attcular Interval l the aniiher- sary, and Mary Mendenhall ll.ibht of tho North Varollna Yearly Mat ing, also took part In the program. Bishop J.CKitfloat First Baptist Church Illshlip i. . Kllgo filled the p'il.)t al the First apli'st thtirrh Sundiy and tbe usual large audience greeted mm. lie preai tied a most powerful and totivlni-ing n-rnion, that loipres ed deeply hos who heard him, ' j - , Idea of how the niri i,.ti. .t,t ... ' ' 1 - T ! ',Wp Mato, Tlew- la of the HABEAS CORPUS Convided Banker Reads Chance f lor Freedom in Newspaper I i. Atlanta, Jm.e 2!. That tbe reading K'nited State district court. Morse is "serving a It 'een-year - .sentence for violation of 'ae national banking laws. Morse r.ii that seven nt.?a con victed and y-ntenced in federal courts would not le sent to the Atlanta pris.m became tbi? had not been sen tenced to "aard labor," and because the act a r lorizing the cosstrjctlon of the iiri.-f':i here specifically sla'ed that It mi to be a prison for felous. He determi;ied that tbeje facts fitted hi own ce and wheii Presid -nt Taft ec-ently d -iled hia application for a pardon he 1 nmediately tok itejia to have filed a petition for a habeas cor pus writ. , , . Tbe petit Un demauded a hearing on two ground, li c.iiiu-..d.-i that an Morse "ai coiive tid on a misde meanor eh.:rge be can not be Incar cerated lawfully lit a prison erected salely for l-lons. It la contended further tha1 the fifteen-year sentence is excessive in that tbe law limits the sentence (. ten years on any one count In te-offense charged ngninst Morse. He waa originally conviet.il oil Ilfty-thrie count, but the court of appeal siif 'allied only fourteen, all charging f.i!se entry. As no mention waa made of the cottntft by the court in pnltig sentence, Murse'a attorney contend It must be cons; rued ns lieltig on one co'iiit only, and therefore ex c xiive, Th government met Mor.e'a eoutetiiiun !.y r. calling a fa.ie where a man competed In a federal court on a tnisdeiU" mr Charge bad been sent lo A s'ate i rkon for felons. .Morse's attorney r-plled that the ctses were not i.iiiilln . Judge Newman will bear further. arftnieiit next. Wednesday.- CLARK ISSUES TO AFT Speaker Says Democrats Hill Take Ta rill Before People Wfit-hltiKton. June 2fi( Speaker Champ Clark l.isued a deft to the ad ministration fSatutday on' lrnlng of reimrts tbat Piesident Taft purpofed lo veto any gnueral tariff legisiatlm at tbe etra 6enlon of fongios, Th speaker in A formal statement de clared that th whole tariff ought to be revised nd that the demo'tatle party wfild test its case lth Ihe cetintr. "The tariiT ought lo be reH.?,l from top to bof'om," said Mr. Clark; "the t'eti'l" ff tbe land so de:ld-d ltsf Novmber. ThiU I thi-lr tat. id man-lale. Th ! kous-j decided that 't ia best to rev is v it schedule by -hed-nl. We havi Viade a good at art that plan. W will continue u. no b.ve Ngun. Tbe country end-use bat (he hous I doing. If the re publican senate heals our bills or t' e president fetor them we will ap!a to tha rountr and it will sustain us. We helievi we are right. We are not afraid of a contest," -4 0ESTH 8ESULTS Two Eroihers Injured; One Dead and Gifeer May Die Salisbury,- Jane 2. As a result of a railroad -ictldent at Majolica, nix j mile3 west of Salisbury',. Saturday it- U rnoon, Ralph, the lC-year-oId ain cf Mr. and M.-s. Thomas' P. Johiuton, ! Is dead and Satnnel R! Johnston,; a sr.n of Mr. Johnston, ia In a erltKal kcndiUou at the .Whitcbtud-Stokes ; sanatorium, i-'amuuf gnrt hls yr.tia:4er : half-brother a-id been oo a flahlni ,trlp and,' as rowda of others "had i done before, caught a:i ineoir.ing J frcivtht train to Salisbury. The ;rair. hr.d hardly gotitn under wt.y beior a coal car" wa derailed -wrecking the trcln, pll!n,r a number of ears i-n top of each uiher, tearing nu the track for som-s dlstanre and eaU hint: the two ben?uu the wreckage. Whan extricated It was found that Ralph's lega were both cut oS" an' ' .Saint-.el bad a brykea and smashed arm, v as Inj-.ired othe.".vise and was in a iiit1 cal eontlition. An ea .tboir.id pa.s.-ea-cer train was rnnnls 'clnse be-hlnd and a made-t:, i train was rush-d frtim Salishuty. The paaciigsrs wr re trsn.fei!l and the ' snfleri: g icuti and bor ru-ilied to Salisbury r.r.d ti.kcn to thn ranatorlimt, where Ralph died emitly arte:-. Sami!l was taken to th- oprratintt rooi-t a" 1 at last aeeonnta mi in o aerious eaa dltlon. The Johnston family Is on1' of the h-.-tt knori and nnttt prominent in the city, Mra. JoiuiKteti beln a sin'er of iV.f. R. L. Keesler, of Charlotte. Ifatph waa an extpption aliy bright lad and only laet m-th waa a niemn-e of the gfaduailiw clt.ss of the blj h achoid. Sam:iel a splnndid yem g n nn, an old ra't roidcr. and had run as cond i-tt.r o.er tbe nohtt tt which Cte accident Mctirretl hundreds of time. His afiiietlotia hiv ! ten thre-f( Id wHta- In the part ,everal mottha, I'll wife, whom its had 'taken to ti, Witithwet, died recently In Kl i'pt. Texas, and while there his yonngert child died at l.fs father's horn ir, this city. At'hniigli badly aoutided and bleeding, hi great ea rerrtt wl.llc awaitim: transportation . to Snlii-bury waa the vrllleal ronditji.-i of hia brother. The fond I'D'etita ne prostrated o.v the tejrible talamhy. Ittitli the man rd boy bin. e hes.: of fr-enda who are shocked -in acniii.t of the cwfnl r.eeurrenre. . ' Lightning Destroys Power-Light Plant Oaatonla. J tt.e 26. The e!ecir!al p.ver plant 'f the Spenrer Moun tain Power company, which fur nishes llsht oai d power for the 'on'i ol Gastonfa tnd power for a nnniVr of faefotlea in the loiinty. Is a ;nas of ruins, the. work of lightning fol lowed by fir. Lightning struck the building which aa totaled about even .miles east of flasiot.ia on tH south fork ( t.e Catawba river Saturday afternoon.' Tho loaa Is roughly estimated at $2n,y0. it is understood the the plant will ho re built et once, .... ... i - i Mr. Kv.f-Mi I let in ii- Home. Mr. Robust Ptdrett. who baa 'een ilsltitig his h.other, Mr. R. 0.,lJver :i. Tor several days, rct'imed .uv iy to Klmira, N. Y.. ,here he 1 taking a (out in dfalnae. Mr. MoeelM n .Ixhevllle, ' Mr. J. L. iloreheatl left Sunday tot Ashevllle, where be will spend so re ffme. While away Mr. Morrhexd ill attend th meeting of the "North Carolina Bar a.o'lattua. " - w, tor Many Cases ol Snlcidp, Say r ComaiUce ol Doctors SLfGGESTiO.N Br PUBLISHING i.. Asks That Pnoera Discontinue Ihiti. i l!!iiii) Euleblcs, Which CotiiiniCee Terina "Prfyato Affairs" If Th Will Print buch Xe-.va It Is Sit RCFtet! Sheet of Vellow Be laetl. Los Angele3, Cal., June 26. "Sui cide is a prlva-.e affair. There Is no mere justification for the publication of such accounts than' there U for publishing other private matters This la tbe f.gsertioa of a commit tee- of the American Academy of Medicine which investigated the question" of suicide, and In making Ks report hero yesterday requested the press of America to refrain from further publication or such affair i"lf, however," the report declares, "tho members o the press are still skeptical a8 to tbe fact that they are now accessories to crime, we Bugg"St that they aa.dht In the study of the conditions." A number of aueges- toins in this respect are made a.td it is also proposed that If tho papers ll.sifet UDon 'ir;nti!!.r srnndilu nm! news of suiciJes, It bo limited to' a separate sheet of diatimt - yellow ec!or so 'cleaa raiiia may tivoid the corruption. If such u rucibod is 1 Kirable for ath'ctic nev.s, why not sx- tenn Its use. 1 - ' - j "Tbe rapid increase In toe death n.te ; from auicide in tbe I'nileu States. . with tne conviction tha: a prominent cause of this deplorable act nag to be found in the suggestive ci:ect or newspaper publication of t'etnlls." Is itlVen as th reason At hhe Investigation. The repo t further ays: ., i "The averr.ee Value of a human lite has been .reckoned at 1.1 Odrt. On that basis, tb- loss from suicide In this country lit- 1908 wag $24.93(!.- 000. Is It wcr.h trying to are. even f one ia not actuated bv ar.r htenor motive of huuanlty?" Tbe nublitation of sulci le news on the plea of cevit la declared to he a maKe-shirt. The report says In part: "Your committee finds that allei st are nracticntlv unanimotis In the opinion that the auggestivo effm t of the reading oi tctaila of suicide is pov.t-rfiil factor in the ca isation c! suicides among susepp'ole Indi viduals. "After tho publication of a a.we- tctular aulcid-f by Jumpiiig from a hiKh Dlaco in Cblea2o. liKidaveil uron the frost page of Chltngo oi- fcrs. several cimllar attet.ipts wr niidi; within a few days.'' Tho renort Mentions norpral nthm instances of itttemptcd auit idea fid lowing publlca.-on of stories of a'-I- citle. Oif to Bar Jleclinr. Messrs. A. L. Wissburg and J. L. More-head left Saturday evening for Lake Toxaway to atteud the annual m-eting of the Xorti Carolina Par nssoriation. ' Runaway Aeroplane Injures Four Men New York, June Ifl. A wild aero- olane romped over the aviation field at Garden City, L. 1 for twenty mln iite yesterday. Injure! four men and finally wrecked Hrelf on an embank menl. And-e Harpert, aviator, sicp- l"'d out of the aeroplane, while the engine was grin-; at half speed to ad just. rear p:.u:e. A bo tried to re enter the seat the aeroplane started iff and he was thrown to the ground. it dragged him 200 feet and when he released bbl hold he Waa badlv bruised. Half a dozen mechanic gave chase and were low led over In succession, three of them being en ami bruised. The aeroplano remained in the ground dt;rlmr. the run away. Seventeen Dead In Steamboat Explosion Memphis. 7pn June 2Q. 8v-n teen negroes dead, two others who win aie. and Ktgineer Fioyd M.ngtn fatally scalded, la the r'tU of the ollapulng of the flue of the boiler on tbe t earner C!iy of st. Joseph Sit- ntttay afternoon. ' , t Ktigliieer Morgan, whose condition is regarded m critical, declared ha! he was standing, near the .ateum gt.age Just as t.ie boat was about f lar.d at Herktey Landing. Atk., tteven miles below Memphis, The tuaa?. he maintain i, stood at Mi degree. The limit preset ibed b the govern ment 1 144 decrees. The b,gh prc utm la believed to havt eaosed the llt.e to rollapw. An Intestlgatlor will b made oy tb, federal author-iUes, One Man Dies and Two Others v Burned fa Attempted Rescue I 1 lie Ladles Uua ,1'lirough 0or In f fort lo Ksrapc and ruud Them seltes lu ' ( lotirti-fialler arakes Heroic KiTorls io Beach Theni eHd Is Fatally Unrued. ::f ' - -. - 'i ' ' ' Nantucket, Masg June 26. Thomas Kerr, of New York, and Tburlow Weed Barnes, second, of Albany, N. Y,'are still In 4 critical condition as a result of the burua sustained In the fire which destroyed the boatbouse of young Barne' father, William Barnes, Jr., Saturday night Both ! are ex- peetAl to recover. ': . . Miss.Hele'n Wilson, of New York, and Miss Mildred De Haven, of Brook lyn,? we're burned to death and Ulysses Pahud, 21 years old, butler and ?alet of the Barnes family, succumbed-to his injuries, largely received in heroic but unsuccessful efforts to. save the young women.. The latter in their effort to escape had rushed through a door which led only to a closet and there they - were imprisoned , with flames' licking up ; the oil-soaked structure on every side.' ' Kerr is mote seriously Injured than Barues. His arms, chest and head are terribly burned. Young Barnes I severely burned about the arms and legs and is suffering particularly from the results -of inhaling flames and wnoke. t Both Kerr aud- Barnes re ceived their burns, 'as did Pahud., In au attempt to rescue Mi3s De Haven . and Miss Wilson. The parents of the two girls bare left for New York with the bodies. Mfcs Ruth Wilson and Harry Wilson. brother and sister nf Miss Wilson,' and Misa Pho-.-ba Judklns. who escaped frtm the burning boat by jumping. Iitto the water, were raid -today to be proa trated as a result of the mental shock. It is generally agreed that the fire waa started by a eitfnrettc stub or match thrown on an oil mop which bad been used to oil the. floor of tbe boatbouse. ' 1 Supposed Elopers Are Found Dead Together Cincinnati, June 26. Anna Kees ml Albert J Mancunian ml-ii since ThiiMila;- nieht. were foun In the Ohio river yesterday.- Miss Kees eas knoan m the vaudeville aug- is Bonnie Hai.ipton. Ilaiidunan whs a young c!ubt. i an and athlete of this city. Handt.tvn took Mlas Kees o.ic fur e ride in a launch Thu'wlav. Tie two had beeo Irlends for year nnl it waa believe j that they had elop-vl. their launch was found overt uin4 and their bmlles clasped In path other's arms. It ta believed "the launch struck i coat barge. To Special Representatives tby Their Country's Ambassadors Loiidiiii. June !!. According to, the program hi c.iuiiection with the coro nation anahtt' d by the"Jo:e!gn offlct yesterday evening was set aside for the entettatiiniimt by the resident diplomats of the-ie?lal representa tive of their count-les. A1I the em bjKgies and legations, therefore, gave dinners which were largely family, af fairs. That at !h" German emlnnsy was the most brilliant." Crows Prinre Frederick Wllltam and the Crown Ir!nees rud Prince Henby, of Prus sia and th trlnceg being the princi pal gneata, ' , . , Among thos who dined at Dor chester house, the residence ' White law R-id, the American ambassador, were John Hay . Hammond, the special entoy r-'pre-tentlnir President Taft at the coronation, and numerous other Ame-icans and their wives. In cluding Mr. and Mrss Charles P. Taft and Miss Taft. Ambassador ami Mra. Hammond ent to Windsor In a royal motor with other coronation visitors and looked over the palace. They re paired from there to Baron Leopold Rothschild's to attend a garden party. This ind other Important fsnattons) were spoiled by continuous rain vhlcb caused tbe guesta to stay indoors. Tbe foreign churches In London, as U as tbe Kogllsb cbnnbea, t held 'orutiaUon Ihanktiglvlng Service, ' MANY Dili-' GIVEN SUNDAY