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THE AMERICAN AEllli1AllPllllU8 AEllli1AllPllllU8AConfcvenco REPUBLICS REPUBLICSAConfcrcnco
AConfercnco Will ViII Be Held in theCitr the theCity theCity
City of Mexico MexicoImportant MexicoJlnlortnnt MexicoJiniOrtzflt
Important International Sa1 SobJectK SobJectKIll SubjectMrwIIl > jcctM jcctMWill
Will Ill lie lc DlKcnxactl DIcnl ccl Inclndlnfj 1neIudIn Ar Arliltratlon Arbltrntlun tr trIItrnt
liltratlon IItrnt Ion ni nuclUle l tlie protection lrote tlon of In InUiiHtry IndUNtrT Iniliistry
UiiHtry Agriculture anil Com Commerce COIIImcreeThc ConijnerccTIe ¬
merce mcreeThc The Programme lror Iroginninie lnlllle Arranged ArrangedThe ArrnllgedThe ArrniigedThe
The programme to govern ovcrn the projected projectedconference projEctedconference projcctedconference
conference of American Republics which whichwill whichwill whichvi11
will be held in II i the City of Mexico has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been completed by the executive committee committeeof
of the International Union of American Re Republics Republics Republics ¬
publics This programme has been em embodied embodied embodied ¬
bodied in a circular and copies have been beenfurnished beenfurnished beenfurntsbed
furnished to the representatives in Wash Washington WashIngton Washlngton ¬
ington of the several American Republics RepublicsIt
It Is expected ex cctod that the programme will be beapproved beapproved beapproved
approved by b the various Governments In Intereetcd intereetcd intereeted
tereetcd tereetcdThe tereetcdThe tereetedThe
The subjects to be discussed at the ccn ccnlerence ccnference ccnference
ference will be of great International im importance Importance isaparlance ¬
portance Among Amon them are the following followingFirst folowingFirstSubjects olowlngFirstSubjects
First FirstSubjects Subjects discussed by the former formerconference formerconference formerconference
conference which the new conference may maydecide mlYdecide maydecide
decide to consider considerSecond considerSecondArbitration coceiderSecondArbitration
Second SecondArbitration SecondArbitrationThlrdInternaUonal SecondArbitrationThirdInternational Arbitration ArbitrationThird
Third ThlrdInternaUonal International Court of Claims ClaimsFourth CialmsFourtllIet1sures CatmsFourthMeasures
Fourth FourtllIet1sures Measures for the protection of ofindustry ofIndustr ofindustry
industry Industr agriculture and commerce de development development development ¬
velopment of the means of communication communicationbetween communicationbetwcen communicationbetween
between the countries composing the theunion theunion theunion
union consular port and customs rogula rogulaUons NSulations ru1alions
lions statistics statisticsFifth st statisticsFifthReorganization tlstlcs tlstlcsFifthReorganization
Fifth FifthReorganization Reorganization of the Internation International ¬
al Bureau of American Republics RepublicsRegarding RepublIcRegordlng RepublicsRegarding
Regarding the first head the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee executivecommittee
committee found that the programme cf cfthe dthe Cfthe
the first conforence probably was too ex extensive extensive oxtensive ¬
tensive Certainly It embraced everything everythingpossible eerythlnspoeslblo everythingposetbie
possible and no new subjects except exceptthose etceptthose exceptthose
those above enumerated can ba brought broughtbefore broughtbefore broughtbefore
before the coming conference The pactl pactlcal p paetiA acti actical
A cal results of the first conference concrence though thoughlimited thousf1llmltoo thoughlimited
limited ID number arc declared to have had badgreat hadgreat hadgroat
great significance and it certainly fur furthered furthered furthored ¬
thered harmony harm on and a 1 good understanding understandingbetween understandingbetween understandingbotween
between the American nations Practical Practicalresults Practlcolresults Practicalreaults
results were the Monetary Ion tary Conference of of18W of1sI
18W 18 > > 1 the tll survey of the IntercontinentalRailway IntercontinentalRailway Intercontinental IntercontinentalRailway
Railway and the comnlldtion and publica publication publlcxtlon publication ¬
tion of the code of commercial nomencla nomenclature nODenclature nomenclaturn ¬
ture turnArbitration
Arbitration the second topic while dis discuseed dlsCUBEied discuseed
cuseed by the first conference it is de declared declared dedared ¬
clared was not treated treatedas as it should have havebeen havebeen havekeen
been keen and certainly not as it might be in inview Infew inview
view view few of the progress made toward the so solution solutlon 0 0luUon ¬
lution of that Important international ques question question question ¬
tion by b The Hague Peace Conference ConferenceThe ConforenceThe ConferenceThe
The International Court of Claims is isan isanentirely an anentirely anentirely
entirely new ne subject As indicated by the thetitle thetitle thetitle
title it Is proposed to create a permanent permanenttribunal permanenttribunal permanenttribunal
tribunal for the settlement on sound and anduniform andunlorm anduniform
uniform principles of all claims arising be between between between ¬
tween the American Republics RepublicsThe RepublicsThe RepublicsThe
The fourth head is very comprehensive comprehensiveand
and Important It is felt that by mutual mutualaction mutualaction mutualaction
action much can be done to further indus industry Industry Industry ¬
try agriculture and commerce by proper properlegislation properleglsllUon properlegislation
legislation and by direct exchange of com commodities commod cornmodi1es ¬
modities mod es between the countries represent represented repr ent entcd ¬
ed in the conference The development of ofmeans ofmoons ofmeans
means of communication will probably probablyor probablyorat or orKt
at least that is the intention IntentionInvolve involve the thecongress thecongress th thcongress
congress In a discussion of the ship sub subsidy subsidy subsidy ¬
sidy question from which will 111 result It Is Ishoped Ishoped isboped
hoped a uniform practice in expending expendingthese expendingthesc expendingthese
these subsidies that will avoid duplication duplicationof
of service and other unnecessary expenses expenseswhile expenseswhile expenseswhile
while securing regular and sufficient sufficientsteamship sutnclentliteamshlp sufficientsteamship
steamship communication between the theports theJ10m theports
ports of the American Republics RepublicsThe RepubHcsThe RepublicsThe
The commercial world is said to be deep deeply deeply deepIT ¬
ly interested In the subhead Consular ConsularPort ConsularPort ConsularPort
Port and Customs Regulations under underthe underthe underthe
the fourth article Here the purpose Is to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure so far as possible uniform classi classification classification classification ¬
fication of merchandise similar methods methodsad methodsad methodsad
ad valorem or specific spe specificin < lficIn in the imposition impositionof
of customs tariffs and uniformity of the thecustoms theuswms theustoms
customs and consular regulations so far as asthis asthis asthis
this can be achieved The committee feels feelsthat feelsthat feelsthat
that there is little need n of emphasizing emphasizingthe I Ithe
the recommendation that tho subject of ofStatistics ofstaUst1cs ofstatistics
Statistics be considered with a view Ie to tosecuring tolSecurlnJ toaecuring
securing accurate figures relative to trade tradetransportation tradetransportaUon tradetransportation
transportation and other matters of vital vitalinterest vitalInterest vitalinterest
interest to the American Republics on onwhich onhlch onwhich
which hlch to tt base be e future action actionThe actionThe actionThe
The date for the meeting of the con congress congress congross ¬
gress was not settled by y the executive executivecommittee executiveommlttee executivecOmmittee
committee It did however in view of the theapproaching theapproaching theapproaching
approaching absence aence of the members from fromWashington fromWuhlngton fromWaehington
Washington and to guard against delay delayroquect delayrequett delayroquett
roquect Secretary Hay to send cable des despatches despatcht deepatches ¬
patches > to the Governments of the Repub Republics RepubIlcs Republies ¬
lies Inlted to the conference aSking for foron foran
an answer to the invitation and should shouldtheir shoulc1their shouldtheir I
their answers be affirmative requesting requestingthem requC6t1nthem requeetingthem
them to authorize their representatives In laWashington InaahiDgton inWashington
Washington by cable to designate the place placeand placeand placeand
and time of holding the conference It is isexpected I Ipeeted isexpected
expected peeted therefore that the important importantquestion ImportantQuestion importantquestion
question of date will be speedily settled settledThere settledbere settledThere
There bere is talk of the assembling of the con congross congrC8S congreas
gross in Mexico some time next fail failThe CallThe fallThe
The attitude of the United States Coy Government Go GocrnmeDt Coyeracuent ¬
ernment toward this project has been one oneof nn nnof oneof
of reserve for though cordially approving approvingthe approingUle approvingthe
the projected congress the State Depart Department Departmeat Departmeat ¬
meat has consistently avoided taking any anyconspicuous an ancoalplcuous n ncODllpfCUOua
conspicuous part in the movement and es especially especially aspecially ¬
pecially has refrained from influencing the thepreparation theprClHratJon thepreparation
preparation of the programme It is pro proposed propMec propol ¬
posed pMec to demonstrate practically to to toother tn tnother tanother
other American Republics R publlcs that in this con congress congreaa congross ¬
gross the United States will stand on an anexact anCXHt anoxeet
exact equality with tho smallest of them themKILIiED themKILLED themKILLED
Locomotive Boiler Blow Dlo Up on onJlnrlnlid OflMaryland n n3Inrylntid
Maryland Kntlroa ItnUrunclBALTItORE ItnllroadBALTIMORE < l lBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE May 30 3 30The The toler of an anengine anengine anengine
engine on the Baltimore and Sparrows SparrowsPoint SparrowsPoiat SparrowsPoist
Point Railroad exploded yesterday yesterdaykilling yesterdaykilling
killing Engineer William II Faulds and andseriously andsorlously andseriously
seriously Injuring Fireman August Heise HeiseThe HeiseThe HeiseThe
The explosion occurred while the train trainwas trainwas trainwas
was running between tw n Sellers and Turners Turnersstations TurnersmatIons Turnersstations
stations and completely demolished the theengine theengine theengine
engine and nndblockcd blocked the road Fireman FiremanHeise FiremanI FiremanHeise FiremanHelse I
Heise was brought to Baltimore and taken takento takento takento
to the Maryland University Hospital Hospitalwhere Hospitalwhere Hospitalwhere
where his injuries were pronounced seri serious serlOUB sen ¬
ous The locomotive was blown Into frag fragments fragments frogmeats ¬
Younjr Man Inll Snlil to i Have liven Be Betrayed DetrnTecl Betzaycd ¬
trayed l b by y > Three Rivals RlvalxNEW RivalsNEW hnlN hnlNNEW
NEW YORK May 30 30Charles Charles N Bar Barretts Darretts Barretta ¬
retts ton CD of a wealthy New York dye dyemerchant dyomerchant dyemerchant
merchant was yesterday taken from his hishome bish hishome
home h me In Nordhoff N J 1 to Fort Slocum Slocumas
as a deserter from the Fifth lfth United States StatesArtillery Statesi StatesArtiiiry
i Artillery He had been missing from the thepost thei thepost
i post since February 21 and is liable to tothree t ti tothree
i three years imprisonment Barretts Is Istwenty Istwentyfour I Itwentyfour
twenty twentyfour four years old He had a host of offriends offriends offriends
friends in Nbrdhoff NordhoIlwhere Nordliof where he Is known us usPudgie 115Pudgle naPudgie
Pudgie Barretts BarrettsThe Barretts BarrettsThe BarrettsThe
The magnet which according accordln to the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young mans friends led him from the path pathof pathof pathof
of duty were the snapping snappng black eyes of ofpretty ofpretty ofpretty
pretty Lulu Dorman Dorman aged seventeen who wholives whoUvea wholives
lives with her father a retired wine wln mer merchant merchnnt merchant ¬
chant in a cottage on the Palisades at atFort atFort atFort
Fort Lee about two miles from Nordhoff KordhoffBarretts NordhoffBarretta NordhoffBarretts
Barretts jt is said has been spending spendingmuch spendingmuch spendingmuch
much of his spare time there since he ran ranaway ranlway ranaway
away from Fort FortSocum FortSocumHis Slocum SlocumHis SocumHis
His friends say he was secretly engaged engagedto
to marry Lulu but her relatives scout the theIdea theIdea theidea
Idea saying she la too jcung to think of ofwedlock ofwedlock ofwedlock
wedlock At any rate Lulu and her fath father father father ¬
er hastened to the young mans cell on onMonday ononday on3londay
Monday onday when they heard of his arrest and andLulu andLulu andLulu
Lulu wept while hUe the prisoner tried to com comfort comfort cornfort ¬
fort her herLulu herLulu herLulu
Lulu and her father believe Barertta was wasbetrayed wasbetrayedlntQ wasbetrayed
betrayed betrayedlntQ into the hands of his captors by bythree bythree bythree
three Jealous rivals who called < J at her house houselast houselast houselast
last Sunday evening while Barretts was wasvisiting wasvisiting wasvisiting
visiting her These rivals knew that the theGovernment theI theCovertimont
I Government had posted a reward of 30 30for 20for 30for
for his capture Because of this reward rewardBarretts rewardDarretts rewardflarretts
Barretts bad been keeping under cover covernever coverncver covernever
never leaving his home until dark darkLast darkust darkLast
Last Sunday evening be remained at the theDorman theDormon theDorman
Dorman residence until nearly midnight midnightOne mldnigbtOne midnightOne
One of the other young men left early but butthe butthe butthe
the others staid till Barretts started for forhome Corbomc forhome
home They persuaded him to go some somedistance 501Dedistance somedistance
distance beyond his home and while they theystood theysteOCI theystood
stood tailing with him 4n in the shadow of ofan ofan ofan
an elm tree Policemen Smith and Pyle of ofEnglewood otEnglewood ofEnglewood
Englewood raced up on bicycles and ar arrested arrested anrested ¬
rested him himBarretts himBarretts him2arretts
Barretts enlisted with the Second Regi Regiment Pegtment Pegimeat ¬
ment New ew Jersey Volunteers at the out outbreak outI outbreak ¬
I break of the SpanishAmerican w Wilr r His Hisregiment lIisregiment Hisregiment
regiment got no further than Jacksonville JacksonvilleHe
I He was a corporal when hen he was mustered musteredout musteredout I Iout
out He soon Joined the Regular Army Armyexpecting Armyexpecting
expecting to be sent to Manila Disap Disappointed Dlsapp Disappointed ¬ II
pointed p lnted in this he obtained leave of ab abscnco absence
scnco and vent cnt home in his soldier soldierclothes soldierclothes soldierclothes
clothes It was during this visit that he hebecame bebecame hebecame
became Infatuated with the fair Lulu and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when hts time was up he could not find it itin ItIn itin
in his heart fo go back backRelatives backRelatlvcs backRelatirce
Relatives of the young man will enlist enlistInfluence enlistinfluenee enlistInfluence
Influence to lighten hit punishment His Hisfriends Hisfriends Hisfriends
friends in Fort Lee yesterday talked or orstarting orstarting orstarting
starting a petition to the Government for forhis forhis forhis
his pardon pardonA p portIonA nlon nlonA
VirKlnia lr llIia Preacher l Charjjctl Chnr cel WithMnrcleninzr With WithMnrclerlnjr VHhUnrc1crln
Mnrclerlnjr Unrc1crln n Vliyslelan VliyslelanLAWREXCEVILLE lb IbaiciniaLAWRENCEVILTLE lclnll lclnllLA
LAWREXCEVILLE LA WR CEIL1E Va May lay 30 30The 30he 30Flie
The he trial of Rev J E R RIddick for tie tiealleged CIealleged thealleged
alleged murder of Dr W H Temple on onMarch or orMarch onMarch
March 11 was begun yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe yesterdayThe
The Commonwealth Is represented by byE byE byE
E P PBuford Buford assisted by E S Saun Saundors S1undors Saundors
dors Speaker of the Virginia House of ofDelegates ofDelegat ofDelegates
Delegates Delegat the thedefence defence by R B Davis of ofPetersburg ofctersburg ofIetersburg
Petersburg Va a one of the ablest crimi criminal criminal criminat ¬
nal lawyers of this Sate W S Pcae of ofWytheville ofWytheville ofWytheville
Wytheville Va E Eo C Co Goode of Meskloa Meskloabiirg 3ienkloaburg klc1 klc1burg
burg and Col iloade Raskins of Brus Bruswick Bruswick Bruswick
wick wickA wickA wickA
A motion was made by the defence defencefor deenje deenjefor defencefor
for a Jury to be brought from another anothercounty anothercounty llOthrcounty
county followed by a motion for a achange achanJe achange
change of venue enue because of public opin opinion cplnIon cpiaion ¬
ion here is said to be adverse to the prs prisoner prsonere prsoner ¬
oner These motions after elaborate ar argument argument angurnentand ¬
gument gurnentand and the Introduction of if ssveral ssveralwitnesses s saveralwitnesses eral eralw1tn
witnesses w1tn es were overruled by Judge Turn Turnbull Turnbull Turnbull
bull and an exception noted by the de defence defence defence ¬
fence fenceAt fenceAt fenceAt
At the afternoon session Turner and andWilliam andWilliam andWilliam
William Thornton the only eyewit eyewitnesses eyewltneb1es eyewitneexes ¬
nesses to the tragedy were examined examinedTheir examinedTheir examinedTheir
Their evidence was that RIddick rod rods up upto upto upto
to Temples residence early on the morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing of Larch arch 11 and when Temple met him himat himat himat
at the door Rlddiek began shooting at him himwith blmwith binswith
with a revolver and on Temples retreat retreatIng retreatIng retreatlag
Ing to his back yard he was followed by byRiddick byRiddlek byRtddick
Riddick and shot four times timesThe tI timesThe s sThe
The reason given by RIddick was that thatTemple thatT thatTemple
Temple T mplc bad insulted his wife 1fe on a pro professional poofesslonal professional ¬
fessional visit on the Wednesday befcre befcreOther bolereOther beicreOther
Other witnesses testified along the same sameline Slmeline sameline
line The plea of defence Is insanity sad atdeminent udeminent sademinent
eminent experts from various asylums will willbe willbe III IIIbe
be called on to testify later laterCOLONEL lateri laterCOLONEL
Merely 3Ierel Followed Precedent In Sur SurIsoiicr Surrellc1crlllJ Surrendering
rendering n Prisoner Isoiicr to Snli SnliNEW Subs SlIloHXW SubsNEW
NEW HAVEN IIA VEX Coon May Iay W 39The The oo New NewHaven NewHavea ew ewlIaven
Haven Register prints today from what whatIt whatit
it declares to be trustworthy private privatesources privatesources privatesources
sources details preceding pr cedlng the courtmar courtmartial oourtmkrUal courtmlsrtial ¬
tial of Col James S Pettitt colonel of the theThirtyfirst theThirtyfirst theThirtyfirst
Thirtyfirst United States Volunteers now BOWin nowIn nowin
in the Philippines PhilippinesColonel PhilippinesColonel PhiiippiaoeColonel
Colonel Pettitt was sent with his regi regiment regiment rogimeat ¬
ment to keep order among the Sulus under underthe underthe underthe
the Bates treaty and was under special specialinstructions specialInstructions specialinitructions
instructions to keep on good terms with withthe withtbe withthe
the chiefs The colonel was ignorant of ofthe orthe ofthe
the customs of the Sulus and followed followedprecedent followedpre followedprecedent
precedent pre < edent in surrendering to the civil au authority authorlt authority ¬
thority thorlt on demand for a civil offence a ahighwayman ahIghwayman ahighwayman
highwayman whom the local chief asked askedfor askedI askedfor
for and immediately executed while Colo Colonel Colonel Cob Cobad ¬
nel ad Pettltt was as at dinner on the Yojktown YojktownThe YUktownThe YojktownThe
I The Register in its story asserts assertsthat assertsthat assertsthat
that Colonel Pcttitis Pcttlt s troubles troub es are largely largelydue largelydue largelydue
due to unjust charges of cowardice made madeby madeby madeby
by the former lieutenant colonel of the theregiment theregiment theregiment
regiment Webb ebb C Hayes who resigned reslgn to toresume toresume toreaume
resume a n civil position at home and Is IsInfluential isln isinfluential
Influential ln uenUal with the Administration at atWashington atWashington atWashington
Washington To prove Colonel Pettllfs Pettllfscourage Pettlltscourage Pettiltscourage
courage details are given of his visit with withan withan withan
an unarmed escort to a Filipino camp and andhis andhis andhis
his successful rescue of a prisoner prisonerClinrKcd prlaonerChnrlcd prisonerCharged
Charged AVI With tit Couiilcrfeltlnjr CouiilcrfeltlnjrHAZLETON CoulItcrfeltlnJIIAZLETO Couii terfcitinj terfcitinjHAZLETON
HAZLETON Pa May iay 30 30JOIIeph Joseph Kros Krosinsky KrosInsky Krosinsky
insky a n man with several aliases was wasarrested wasarrested wasarrested
arrested here yesterday charged with withcounterfeiting withcounterfeiting withcounterfeiting
counterfeiting half dollars The arrest arrestwas arrestwas arrestwas
was made by Thomas F Berryman and andWilliam andWIIIIJm andWilliam
William Flynn United States Secret Serv Service ServIce ServIce ¬
ice men Krosinky was given a hearing hearingbefore bearingbefore hearingbefore
before Commissioner Hill of this city cityand cityand cityand
and held in UOO 500 ball for a further hearing hearingThe hearingThe hearingThe
The prisoner was arrested once before on onthe onthe onthe
the same charge but was set free for lack lackof lackor lackof
of evidence
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5 Tht Th only qualificatiot3 neccklry art artthat arethat
that the competitor own and ride a M Meytle
1 cycle equipped glib tdlhHartford glibHartford
Hartford Single SingleTube SingleTube
Tube Tires TiresXothing Tiresothing
Xothing othing e else so enh2n enhances < < S the J > lelsure lelsureof 1easureci
of cycling as hARTFORD TIRES TIRESThey TIREsThey
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I IWa4uington
Wa Wa4uington < ltingtoD Branch Branch1g13
1g13 3 14th 4th Street N W
Street Car C r Tracks in SI Louis LouisWrecked LouisVl LouisWieckeil
Wrecked Vl ckel by Explosives ExplosivesAn s sn
An n Effort Made Inele rio IIlow lbbo Up Ill the theIOTrer tbeloncr thelower
lower Ilbnuc JonaUen Men Growinc Grosvin Dell Delllcrnte fleajierate DCHpcrnte
pcrnte and Police Ready nend to Ile Ilexpoiul UeJoIlond SteIond
xpoiul to UrKcricj UreI UrgezthkaIlsFcnrs T < rcnU Cnll Fears That Tautthe Thatthe Thatthe
the Trouble Will I1i lieunit In Riots RiotsST i iST
ST LOUIS May 30 30Thls This the twcnty twcntythlril twcntythlrJ twentythird
third lay 3Y of the streetcar strike opened openedwith openedwith openedwith
with an attempt to dynamite the tracks of oftho oftbo oftho
tho Transit Gompanyjwhich Compnn whlch was partially partiallysuccessful partiallysuccessful partiallysuccessful
successful Atl a ama hi mtl a terrific explosion explosionoccurred CXpltslonoccurred exphsioaoccurred
occurred near Fifteenth Fite nth and Chambers ChamborsStreets ChambersStreets 1 1Streets
Streets shattering shatt ring windows wlndowsJn In houses for forseveral forseveral forseveral
several blocks The nol noise e of the detonation detonationwas
was heard as a far as Washington Avenue Avenuefifteen Avenueflftrea j jfifteen
fifteen blocks south southPolice southPoUce southPolice
Police were hurried to the scone when whenInvestigation wheninvestigation WhenInvestigation
Investigation showed that tho switch on onFifteenth onF1teenth onFifteenth
Fifteenth Street Just justnorth north of Chambers Chambershad Chlmbershad Chambershad
had been demolished a hole two feet feetsquare feetsquare feetsquare
square and one foot deep having been beenblown beenblown beenblown
blown Into the hard hard roadbed roadbedThe roadOOdThe roadbedThe
The damage to the track t lCk will probably probablyprevent probabl7prevent probablyprevent
prevent the operation or the line today todayQuarrymen todayQunrrymen todayQuarrynsen
Quarrymen in the th north end of the city cityreported cityreported cityreported
reported to the police that fifty pounds of ofdynamite ofdynamite ofdynamite
dynamite had been stolen from them re recently recently noCentiy ¬
cently and it Is bellaycd that a n stick of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this was employed this morning morningAbout moroln morolnAbout morningAbout
About the same hour a bomb was ex exploded explodcd cxploded ¬
ploded on the thotrnckslzi tracks In front of the power powerhouse powerhouse ¬
i house at Spring Avenue venueand and North Market MarketStreet MarketStreet IorketStreet
Street but by whom the pollee were un unable unable unable ¬
able to discover discoverThe discoCThe discoverThe
The men are evidently growing deeper desperate deiperate deeperate ¬
ate The Th shooting In different parts psr of ofSouth ofSouth ofSouth
South St Louis yesterday est rdlY has evidently
inflamed infi d them to the danger point Police Policeare Policelre Policeare
are kept in stations or at the temporary
barracks at the old Central Hall ready to torespond torcspond torespond
respond to a riot call at any time 1ay or ornight ornight ornight
night as it is believed this week wt > Ck will cul culminate culminate culminate ¬
minate in a series of 04 bloody tots beside besidewhich besidewhich besidewhich
which those of yesterday whl appear to tohave tobave tohave
have been insignificant insignificantTwelve InsignificantTwcle InsignificantTwelve
Twelve persons were shot three fatally
in three serious riots which occurred along alongtho alonltho
tho lines of the Transit Company yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terd11 ¬
day d11 Among the victims of the armed armedguards armtodSJJrds armedguards
guards placed on the cars are two boys and anda anda anda
a girl ten and eleven years old respec respectively respective respectively ¬
tively tive They assert that th t they were simply simplywatching SImplywatching simplywatching
watching the dlsturba disturbance disturbanceOn
On the side of the company co 1l 8ny two of its itsi Itsnonunion Itssonunion
i nonunion employee were shot two special spedalpolicemen specialpolicemen
I policemen were wer wounded with bullets bulletswhilo bulletswhllo bulletswhile
while the remaining eight were citizens citizenswho eiUIeDSwho citisens1who
1who who were shot down while in the crowd crowdof crowdof crowdof
of rioters riotersThe riotersThe riotersThe
The St Louis Transit Company and the tkestrikers thestrlkCI5 thestrikers
strikers are as far apart as over today todayand todayand todayand
and no movement looking toward a settle settlement HUlement settlement ¬
ment is on The State labor authorities authoritieslocal authoritieslocal authoritieslocal
local committees and citizens IB general generalare ge geaera geaeraare eraJ eraJnre
are making overtures but the company has hassiot BaaIet hasmet
met Iet ail these attempts with the reply that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is nothing to arbitrate arbitrateThere arbitrateThere arbitrateThere
There is Increasing lawlessness espe especially especlall capedaily ¬
daily clall in the northern and southern sec sections seclions seetions l
tions of the city where wires are being beingcut beingcut beingcut
cut as fast as they are repaired by tran transit transit transit ¬
sit linemen The operations opemU na of the mob mobare mobare shobare
are now directed toward towerdfDtJmidaUng ioUmidaUag pas passengers passengers peasengera
sengers and ane women art ar artxubjected subjected to groes grossintuits groeslDtults groesInauits
intuits while in many cases men are badly
beaten beatenThe beatenThe beatenThe
The company issues is ues dally bulletins as to totho tothe tothe
the number lines operated opemt and cars run runand runand runS runSand
and insists that with proper police pro protection proteciion j jtection
tection it could accommodate all its regu regular r reguJar > gU gUlar ¬
lar patronage But it is a fact that most mostcars mOitcnrs mootcars
cars on the transit lines cease eea running aft after after aftor
er nightfall that the owl car service is ispracticality 111practicallly sapracticailiy
practicality abandoned aDd that for three threeweeks tbreewcoks threeveeks
weeks the entire transportation transp rtaUon system ot otthe otthe otthe
the city with the exception of the east eastand cutand eastand
and west suburban lines has been com completely completcly coinpietely ¬
pletely disorganized disorganizedChief disorganizedChief disorganizedChief
Chief of Police Campbell has increased increasedthe Increasedtho increasedthe
the police force for e in South St Louie on ac account aecount account ¬
count of the strike riots Nonuniformed XOIluniformedspeelal Nonuniformedspecial Nonuniformedspecial
special officers have been replaced on the theears theears thecars
ears by uniformed men of experience xperl None XOIteof Noneof Noneof
of the persons shot Tuesday Tue ey had died up p to tonoon tonoon tonoon
noon today todayP todayPOTTERY todayPOTTERY
New Xc Jersey JcrJe Manufacturers Confer Conferon
Oil the lie AVa Wng nJec e Question QueHtloiiTRENTON QUCUOIITREXTOX QuestionTRBNTON
TRENTON N J May y 30 SOThe The wage wagequestion wagequestion wagequestion
question among the potteries pot pOtfnIee es la growing growingserious growingerlous growingserious
serious The Thl trouble in Bordentown BorcJentownalready ba baalready has hasalready
already spread to three Trenton stops shopsthe stopsthe opS opSthe
the Crescent East Tretaa and lid WHlets WHletsEvery WDletsEvery WilietaEvery
Every manufacturing potter 1 tterjol joined ed in1 ii a ai aconferenee aconference
i conference the object of r which Dlc was to pre preveat preveJlt ptcvest
vest labor troubles if possible but as some someof someof someof
of the demands of the men mean an la lacrease IRcrcale Increase
crease of 33 13 per cent the manufactur manufacturers ¬
ers say they will be unable to great them themIB UlemIn themIn
In other cases the increase I rease asked Is ranch ranchless mucl1leiS machless
less No action was taken the matter be being beIDg beleg ¬
leg left to a committee to to1owdder to1owdderThe toconaIderThe consider considerThe
The manufacturers are not particularly particularlysanguine particuluiysanguine parilenlaylysanguine
sanguine over the outlook for this summer summerOne summerOne summerOne
One reported rcport that during the past week weekthe weekthe weekthe
the orders had fallen off almost altogether altogetherThis alt03etberThis altogetherThis
This was ascribed largely to the labor agi agitation agitation agitation ¬
tation throughout the country which the themanufacturers theu themaaufaeturerg
manufacturers u ufl1eturers believe Is already beginning
to have its effect on trade it Tas wa said saidafter Aidarter sawaftet
after the meeting that if the trouble spread spreadthe lIPreadthe read readthe
the prospects were than many of the pot potteries potteries potteries ¬
teries would shut down for a large part partof panor pareof
of the summer summerCTSES summerEXERCISES summerEXERCISES
Tribute There and nt ProMjiect l roMlcet Hill HillSt JIIIISt 11111St
St MnryK InrIC and Mount Olivet OlivetTributes OlhctTributes OiiretTributes
Tributes to the memory of the Union Uniondlt1S Unio si sidiana 1 1dlers
diana dlt1S who are buried at Glenwood Prospect ProspectHill ProspectHIlI ProspectHill
Hill St Marys and Mount Olivet Ceme Cemeteries Cemeteries Cesietories ¬
teries were laid on their graves ves this mora jaorain moraIn metnin
in gby their former brothersinarriis At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the cemeteries named the decorating of the thegraves thegraves thegraves
graves was done by members of Goorge H HThomas UThomas HThomas
Thomas Post assisted by the Womans Re Relief Relief Relid ¬
lief lid Corps CorpsAt CorpsAt CorpsAt
At 730 a m the members of the th post postassembled postnssembled postassembled
assembled at headquarters at the corner cornerof cornerof cornerof
of Eighth and I Streets northeast and led ledby ledby ledby
by the post commander W W V Deloc pro proceeded proceC1led procorded ¬
corded first to Mount Olivet Cemetery CemeteryUpon CemcteryUpon CemeteryUpon
Upon the arrival of the party at Glen Clenwocd GIenwOGd Glenwood
wood Cemetery the column proceeded to tothe tothe tothe
the chapel where the following programme programmeof
of exercises was as rendered renderedReading renderedRoodlng renderedReading
Reading memorial orders Adjutant AdjutantSamuel AdjutantSamuel AdjutantSamuel
Samuel Beight prayer Rev N B Seg Segmoun Segmoun Segmoun
moun selection by philharmonic quar quartette quartette quartette ¬
tette memorial ceremonies cerem I1Ies officers of ofGeorge ofGeorge ofGeorge
George H Thomas Post1 Post martial music musicdrum musicdrum musicdrum
drum corps solo We decked their gray graves grJ grJes grayen ¬
es with flowers today Mr Thomas L LJones LJones LJones
Jones reading of President Lincolns LincolnsGettysburg LlncolnsGettysburg LincolnsGettysburg
Gettysburg address Comrade J B Dowd Dowdrecitation Dowdrecitation Dowdrecitation
recitation Night Ight on Shiloh Miss Bertha BerthaFrances BerthaFrance3 BerthaFrances
Frances Wolfe singing childrens choir choiraddress cbolraddress choiraddress
address Hon Thomas H Tongue mar martial martial martial ¬
tial music drum corps and benediction benedictionChaplain benedictionChapllin benedictionChaplain
Chaplain Honn HonnAT HonnAT HoanAT
Dedication of n Xeiv Xc Nei Chapel l b by > y a aG aG aC
G A R Committee CommitteeThe ConnulttceThe ConisulttceThe
The services at Harmony Cemetery jsrere jsrereheld avoreheld ere ereheld
held at 230 23 oclock thfe afternoon under underthe underthe underthe
the direction of William H Grimsfeaw GrimsfeawMaster GrlmsbawMaster GrimsbawMaster
Master of Ceremonies assisted by the fol following following fobbowing ¬
lowing committee Commander William H HGrlmshaw HGrimshlw HGrimshaw
Grlmshaw of Post 9 chairman Command Commander ¬
er George D Graham Grahamlot ol Post 21 Com Commander Commander Cammander ¬
mander James Wells otTPost 4 4Comrade 4ComradeFrederick Comrade ComradeFrederick ComradeFrederick
Frederick Fowler of Post 9 and Comrade Comrader
J r W Hunter of Post Po 21 secretary
The order of exercises Prayer by the theRev theRe theRev
Rev Re George Lane pastor of Israel C M ME 31E L LE
E Church vocal ocal music by the choir of ofIsrael ofIsrael ofIsrael
Israel C M E Church Chur h under the direction directionof
of Prof Henry Webster Lewis oration orationGeorge oaUonGeorge orationGeorge
George D Graham Commander Post 21 21music 21music 21music
music address Miss Mattie E Bowen ad addrees addrcEs address
dress Rev Dr Miller lllIer of Lincoln Mission Missionpoem Missionpoem Missionpoem
poem Prof S G Brown dedication of ofHarmony ofHarmony ofHarmony
Harmony Chapel under the auspices of the theG tbeG theG
G A R IL dedication oration Rev George GeorgeLace GeorgeLanc GeorgeLane
Lace assisted by Rev Re Dr Miller
Convulsion Follow FolIo the Sight of n nBloody nDJootly aBloody
Bloody AKunnlt AKunnltNEW AKNunltNEW AsanltNEW
NEW YORKT YORiC May 30 30WaUa William Gordon Gordonsix Gordonsix Gordonsix
six years old died yesterday at 13 Stant StantStreet Stoatan StoatanStreet > n nStreet
Street from fright On Saturday he caw cawa Eawa Lawa
a man attack his wife with a razor ra r The Thescene Thescene Thescene
scene so affected him that he became very veryweak veryw veryweak
weak w nk and his mother kept him in bad At
1 oclock yesterday morning he was seize seizewith seizelth aeizewitb
with lth convulsions anjl the thnaJ x jraused SiUJ ed his hisdeath hl hldeath hisdeath
death at 9 oclock His Hlsmother mother laid ld the fol following fol10Ylng foblowing ¬
lowing story storyOn storyOn storyOn
On Sunday morning Willie was playing playingwith p1tyl1gwith playlagwIth
with other children living in the th hous houswhen houswhen bouswhoa
when they saw a man chasing his wife wifeTho wifeTho wifeThe
Tho woman wa screaming with terror terrorHelp terrorHelp terrorHelp
Help Dent SeCbfrn ehm kill me shout shouted shouted shoutcii ¬
ed the poor j lcg as her husband husbandclutched husbandclutched husbandclutched
clutched at her with one hand bndr while in inhis Inhis inhis
his other he waved en ii open razor It was wtsan WISan wasan
an unusually large Jaria rapor rfor The bade big bigand bigand bigand
and bright reflected rcfloced t te e sun and the chil children children chlldren ¬
dren catching sight of It Joined the wom women won wonn woasen ¬
en n in shrieking with rUh 1error terror The wcman womanran wcmanrln wcmanran
ran Into a corner and andher her husband seized seizedher 5Clz seizadher d dher
her with his left hand hond while he flourshtd flourshtdthe fiourshldthe fiourshtdthe
the razor in his right rightHis rlghtHis rightHis
His wife wife seized seiztd hfe b bI > arm and cut her herhand bethand
1 1hand
hand with the razor rAzor Azort1 The blood flowed flowedover fiowedOVer flowedover
OVer over her face and dress Then a dozen dozenmen doenmen dozeninca
men seized her husband buS Ind and dragging dragginghim dragslngblm dragginghm
him away took the t e razor from him They Theyheld Theyheld Theyheld
held him while his wire ran to the street streetAll str streLAlb et etAll
All the children had been witnesses of ofthe ofthe
the attempted murder nrutder Willie was partic particularly particularly particularly ¬ I
ularly affected I had run down into the thsyard th thJard theyard
yard as soon as I could but I am sick and andthe andthe andthe
the fright unnerved unncrv < d me eo I could nt nitreach ntreach ntreach
reach Willie quick enough to drag him up upstairs upstairs upstairs ¬
stairs before the womans hand was cut cutWhen cutWhen cutWhen
When I finally got him to our rooms 10001 zoo he hewas heY1i hewas
was Y1i white as a sheet and was wild with withterror withterror withterror
terror He trembled all over I put him himto himto himto
to bed and made him some beef t tea a but butnothing butI butnothing
I nothing seemed to do him the least gool goolWhen ooJ ooJWhen ooJWhcn
When be went to sleep that night he heawoke heawake heawoke
awoke about midnight shouting shoutingMamma shouting4iamma shoutingMamma
Mamma help Those Tho e men are after afterme afterme afterme
me with knives Quick They want to tokill toi tokill
i kill me He kept calling out like that all allthrough allI sibthrough
I through the night I could nar D calm cam him himuntil himuntil
I until late the next day Tnen he instate instatethat inaistelthat
I that the door be kept locked lest tSe te meq meqcome mellcome me mecome
come up and murder him He awoke woke from frozna
I a doze at 1 oclock this moralng aDd began beganshouting beganshouting an anI
shouting again that they were after him himThen himThen himThen
I Then he went into convulsions These Tccsalasted TtosI1sted Theselasted
lasted until he died diedSo dIedEo diedSo
So violent were the convulsions s that the theleft theleft theleft
left fide lde of the boys boy face fneeturned turned blue blueVillio blueWillie bluetVlllio
Willie Gordons convulsion which whichresulted wbiehresulted whichresulted
resulted la his death were undoubtedly undoubtedlycaused UDdoubtedlycatlHd undoabteultycaused
caused by fright sold lcl Coroner Fitz Fitzpetrick FUzpatrlck Flespatrick
patrick last la night nightMARTHURSCASTrALTY nIght1ABTHURS nightIrARTJ
nenth Asuouug JUOI1r the rrOUpN III the the1111111Ihu theiluilippines
1111111Ihu 1111111IhuThe iluilippinesThe
The War ar Department has received from fromGeneral fromGeueral fromGeneral
General MocArtbur the following list of ordeaths ofdeaths j jdeaths
deaths among the lh tro u creepe in the Philippines PhilippinesTyphoid P PflhipplneTythO4dApriI UpplDetI UpplDetITyplloiclpril
Typhoid Typlloiclpril April S 23 Company C ThirtyAnt Vol Volunteer Yolwrteer Voiuatser ¬
unteer iBtutiv Lm em Gardoe M May y It OaMpu OaMpuA op OespeuvA I
A Fortyfatt Vohuttrr o IrtMtir Jotcph J kPh H IL Hoi Hoibrow HoIl Hotbrow
brow Slay lay 21 1 OMHPMV 1tY B D11IirtyB Thirty Thirtyalath ninth lth Voles Vohnl Volestcti
tecr t Infantry Frederick KliMke X1i Coeapanjr C CThirtyninth eThirtyuiAth CThirtynijith
Thirtyninth Volunteer YoIv tCft Infantry lJtIa tQ Temple T MpIe P Mor Morrison 34o 34orisen Iar IarmoD ¬
moD hay 25 CoaqiMy < 1 A Thirtyninth V ytwr Voles Volesties hw hwt
ties t r iBbatrv Henry lI y J Miller MilterVariola MillerVarioiatprii lilkruioIa
Variola Varioiatprii uioIa April prU 13 Troop E Eo Eleventh Vohtnteer VohtnteerCavalry y VolasteerCavalry oIlIIIteer oIlIIIteerCahy
Cavalry GeorKf Overtort Mr IS 1 Company eop 11 11Fcrtyeigbth nlc itFcrtyetghth
Fcrtyeigbth lc < < yrighth VobuKecr rtr Infantry Intutl1J Jwfaoa Mrowm MrowmMay IkowLlay rows rowsMay
May lay M Company X l Fortytutu YohMKur Y In Inlaotry IIIlaDtry is isIantry
laotry Charles Cbar Martbcwe Mar laI SI 1 CoMpaajr C Cca < ItIIIp8IIy aay H HFortyeighth nFonY 51Forly4bth
Fortyeighth FonY th Volunteer Yo18Dt < < r I Iatry fa tr Alvin n Wbrter WbrterDysemtrj WiMftoDWHttIJlay WiM WiMDyeeeleryMay
Dysemtrj DWHttIJlay May 19 Company y L Thirtysecond ThirtysecondVolunteer TtIinY TtIinYoiuuer TMriyaeeoadVolunteer
Volunteer Infantry William Vliiia IL 11 Thoaoa ThoaoaMalarial 1IIcI lluomea lluomeaMalarial aaL aaLlalarill
Malarial fever tevecby May It Compaq K TWrty TWrtyeveetfa T1Drrfltt Thriylohmteer
eveetfa fltt Volunteer laartrv Bward wIIrd Tawaaac May Mayit lay layt
it t CumpaBy C4IIBoiB M Fortjrfirat Vatasteer Infantry InfantryJanes bda IslaatryJa2s try tryJaus
Janes IV V Witterson WittersonAkoboUsnMsy Wilier5CInAkGIIoUm1Jlay WjlknaonAkeholfimMay
AkoboUsnMsy 5 Troop F Third Cavalry CavalryJokn aua auaJoim cvakylohn
Jokn F Bassos IfewtosIntestinal Da DaIBelt1 Bassosbateufisat
Intestinal IBelt1 ototrvction obttntedoAJlay May 19 1 Ctora lhmpaay aajr aajrFortysixth 1 Eo EoFcmysinh E EFurtyaink
Fortysixth Vkwteer Yelultt Infaatry Philip R Prescott PreseottPatyauuitifrMay Pr PrescottistnsiritieMy t tloIvalUri
PatyauuitifrMay loIvalUri Yay 2t Coaapaay < 0IItftA D PWtyrtrtk PWtyrtrtkVohtateer Ferty PottyMathVobiMeti Ut1t Ut1tYohI8IftT
Vohtateer Infantry WyiUm VIliam 1 iaJII s Kobiaww KobiawwDropjyMiy R RDrop Rob uoa uoaIknpySiay
DropjyMiy Drop Jby 2S S Oampany I D > Sixth Six Infantry InfantryMuckian IntrrYIi lalsotryMusician
Musician YIi cia Milton D Herawiez HerawiezSuicide If IfSuicitlrApril listmediaSuicideprui
Suicide SuicitlrApril April 4 Trace Troost X I Fourth F lh Cavrfry He Hetot Vietor ie iePFIS
tot Adair AdairPETS tdsirPE7rS
DO DORM H in the Lend n aM the Mo Most t Fa FaFraaB Fared Favored
vored red of tniiuabs tniiuabsFrom ulallnl ulallnlFIOIa
From the Sim Sa Fraattiee Praa Ice CalL CalLA thiLA L LA
A volume might mtg1 t be written of famous famousteresting famouspeople famouspeople
people aDd their lII a aM It would be 11 11terestlDg intateating
teresting reading Many books of biogra biography biography biograpity ¬
phy have scattered scattere along al Dg their pages ten tender tencler tener ¬
der er remlai reminiseescea eeaee ee ce ef an attachment to tosome tosome tosome
some dumb aaimal I from fr from ot BoSwells John Johnson JohnSOft iohnson ¬
son and u Cowpers Letters ters down to one oneof ODeor oneof
of the latest works efthe ef f the kind uThe The Life Lifeand LICeaDd Lifeand
and Correspondence of of Charles Kingsley KingsleyJohnsons KhagsleyJohDliOllS KingsleyJohnsons
Johnsons cat H Hodge dge M for which he used usedto usedto assetto
to go out to buy oysters lest the serv servants senuta aervants ¬
ants having that troabte should take a adislike adlsHke adialike
dislike to the poor pobr creature and Cow CowIm Cowpers Cowpers
pers hares which asset to amu amuse e him Im in inhis illhis inhis
his dull weary hours at Olney au aI as well wellknown wellkJowll wellkoown
known as the two men therasel themsetes themsetesCharles mHI116 mHI116Charles f e eCharles
Charles Kingsley seeac to jave ue loved lovedevery lovedevery ovedvery
every very living creature ere1u creaturearound around him and be betaught hetaught betaught
taught his children e Uc1rn to respect even the themot thet themoat
mot t loathsome insects la eets Mrs Irs Kingsley Kingsleytells Kingsleytells Kingsleytells
tells bow a family faml of runaway toads made madetheir madetMlr madetheir
their home in a hole of the green bank at atEversley atEversley atEversley
Eversley and the scythe wa was never al allowed allowed a alowed ¬
lowed to approach their retreat He had hadtwo ha hatwo hadtwo
two little friends in a pair of sandwasps sandwaspswhich sandwaspWMlcb sandwaspswhich
which lived lye in a a crack crc of the t window wn w In lahis Inhia inhis
his drawing drwng room ro one oe of which whih he had hadsaved bd bdsved badsaved
saved sved from fro drowning drownig in a basin bmn of water waterand wateran waterand
and an every spring 6png be b would wld look lok out eager eagerly eger egerly eagerly ¬
ly lor them or their thei young which came cameout cme cmeout cameout
out of or returned reture to the same sm crack crackHe crack crackle cracklie
He le petted pette the te white stable eat et and the theblack thebck theblack
black bck house hose cat ct and sat up with wih a sick sickdog sickdo sickdog
dog do during drir the t last two tw nights night of its It set suffering sutferins setfering ¬
fering life Wherever he le went he was w fol followed followe foblowed ¬
lowed lowe about abt the te parish pria by his faithful faithfullittle fathful fathfulltle faithfullittle
little ltle Dandy Dndy Dinmpnt DDlt whose who intelligent intelligentface intelgent intelgentfaee intelligentface
face was alwaj always lw to be b seen sen at the lectures lecturesand letures leturesand lecturesand
and school se lessen leCM and aD was known knw to toevery toevery f fever
I Ias
every cottager cottger in the tie place being bIng almost almostas alm
ever pl
as much esteemed etem by them as by the theKingsley theKingsley theKingsley
Kingsley children chidrn whose attached lttache friend friendhe friendhe friendhe
he was wa for ten years yearsDogs yers yearsDogs
Dogs Dgs perhaps prbp have hav been beO pets pet with witl a agreater agreater agreater
greater number of famous famo s persons person than any anyotler sayother ny nyother
other otler animtl Every one o will remember reraeaibjrSir reemb rememberSir r rir
Sir ir Walter Scotts ota canine cnne pets ps of which whih he hehad hehad hehad
had more than a score sore The most mot prized prizedwas Jrlz grizedwas
was the old Scotch hound Maida his com companion compaion cornpassion ¬
passion paion for many tny years yer whose grave Is n ar arthe arthe orthe
the gate ste at Abbotsford Abboford with It the monumtnt monumtntand monwtnt monwtntand monumtntand
and inscription Inscripton that tht he he designed degned for her herThen herThen betThen
Then there were the two pet greyhounds greyhoundsDouglas greyhoundsDouglas greyhoundsDouglas
Douglas and Percy which attended atten < d him himeverywhere hm hmeverywhre himverywhere
everywhere everywhre They Tey had a a privileged prlvnege pines placsin piacain pinesIn
in his library one of the windows widows being beingleft bEng bEnglef bringleft
left lef open in all al weathers we her so s that they theymight theymight theymight
might pass In and aD out ot when whln they peased peasedLord pese pensedLord
Lord p Byron had a famous dog dg Boaisaata Boaisaatawhoso D BoasssaIawhose s al alw
whoso w Q picture is I still lt to be b seen sen at Xev Xevriesd Xe Xerled Neartend
riesd Abbey bbey and 0 Hoods Hoos dog Dash 1sh will wl be beremembered beremembered beremembered
remembered as the one oIe that Barry Bar Corn Cornwall Cor Corwal Cornwall ¬
wall wal said should sould have been named Rover RoverHo Rove RoverHo
Ho H accompanied aeeopanled Charles Chales Lamb Lb in many of ofhis orhis ofhis
his walks walk nearly nerly worrying the life It cut of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the gentle gente essayist t9y who could coul1 hardly man manage ID IDage manage ¬
age to keep in sight of his hl restless rc four fourfooted faurfoote fourfooted
footed foote companion co pn lcD sod 8d was wa in constant con nt ten terror turor tenrot ¬
ror lest let he should lose los him himWalter bimWaler himWalter
Walter Waler Savage aage Lancer Lcor was wa another lover loverof loveror loverof
of dogs dgs He H had a number nmber of them Parigl Pariglwhich Parlglwhich Parigiwhich
which foll rolJed folisved ed him 1lm in all al his tramps trampsGaillo tmp trampsGalilo
Gaillo GaUa given to Im by the th sculptor culptr Story Storywhose Storywhose Storywhose
whose place lac wa to He 1e at his feet feet and moat moatcelebrated m03tcelebrated mo3tcelebrated
celebrated of all Pomero the Httlewht2 Httlewht2Pomeranian ltte littlewhitePomeranisa whlt whltPomernian
Pomeranian Pomernian < < og that tt thatwas was snt to him from fromFiosole fromFi I rota rotaFiceole
Fiosole Fi ole to Bath whefre whOe he was then living livingFor lvig lvigPor livingFor
For twelve years year Laodpr Lnqr and al his dog were werealways weraalwaY werealways
always together noticeable notheble figures fgre whtre whtreever whee wheeever wbcreever
ever they went and nd Romero Pomero omeo was written writtenabout writEn writEnabut writtrnabout
about abut and ao talked atout 10 nearly as much as aswas aswas
was his master masterMary mster msterMary masterMary
Mary Russell Russel MItford Mitord was surrounded surroundedby
by dogs d from fro her herchi1tfhood childhood hlh ood To T relate relat bier ITerhistory ler lerhistory bierhistory
history would btf to tell tel theirs likewise likewisefor lkewse lkewsefor likewisefor
for they were Inseparable Inselane Their qualities qualitiestroubles qualties qualtiestoubles qualitiestroubles
troubles toubles and ad general gencrlcolngs Yolngs oings have an im important ImI iraportnnt ¬
I portant place in her letters leters and ad they the have havetender hactener havetender
tender tener mention menton that night lgt lead led one on to tosuppose tosuppose tosuppose
suppose them tem to t be e human uman members mcmblrs of ofthe ofthe efthe
the household All Alour our pets arc ae well wellis wel wellIs
is her usual message in l closing and many manyof manyof manyof
of them them come me in for r special recla mention Dleton like likeMarmlon lke lkeoollarmlon like3larmlon
oollarmlon Marmlon and Modocv lodoC and nd Moss 108 Trooper Trooperthe Trer Trerth Trooperthe
the th hounds Marls Mats with wlt her black blac and andglossy andglossy andglossy
glossy puppies oo Miranda lrnda from Strat StratfordonAvon Strt StrtfordonAvon StratlordonAvon
fordonAvon Mayflower ayower and Mid Id and
i I IPennsylvania r
t fJ i
3 L Pennsylvania P nnslvania Avenue and Seventh Street Streetso Street Streeti ±
I i xoTErn Trn al all special sles sales we announce the goos goods ar are PITIVELY POSITfl BLL HEE HERF AS RPREID REPRESENTED Blt But te the gQ genuine lne I
J 1 nC2s ncasafid < lmpornce importance of Sak Saks Sale Sales are so well understood unersto that the response rpn is always awy precept perpt and a large making Dkng It J
+ i Impossible Irpssibhy upon the quantity quantityPlease quanty for us to t guarantee the th length l ngth ol o such seh sales se They may 1y last an a ho hothey r they maylast tYlt aM day dy daydepomIsent1rp daydepomIsent1rpi depends p entirety l r rupon J i it
i t Please Plese come cme early for the specials sptdalsChange sp6els j jChange +
i Change Cb ngeof of Buyers Cuts Ladies and andn 1
I 3 Children Chidrens n 81 t 9 s Millinery Milinery T5ff ° t to J the ji 6Quik c Quick QuickIts i IJ I II
I Its an unwritten uDwrten law of commercial commercal custom that one buyer buer shall shl not fall fal heir to anothers anothers stock stocktherefore stocktherefore X
+ therefore this clearance is necessitated The head head will
tIrefore dcnce necessiated new wi have new ideas and new methods methodsand methos methosand methodsand +
+ and thijt they tley may 1a have swing the tle way wa is to be b cleared ceare Such a course carries loss with it iDI itUI itUIMENSE IM IMMENSE ¬
I MENSE LOSS LOSSREAL LOSSREAL REAL LOSS LOSSfor LOSSfor for the popular prices iriceSthsit that have IUle prevailed Ireaied here are cut until unti penny pennymarks 1 I ImarI
i marks marI s take the tle place lue of the dollar doIar marks We c do not know of such another anotlll offering ofering having ever everbeen eerbeen everbeen
+ been made here l < re Certainly Ctrainlr not in il the heyday he da of the t1c season SCSOlnOr seasonnor nor among values as a positive posiive as these theseincluding tese theseincluding +
i + including incuding Trimmed Trmmed Hats for Ladies and Children Chidrn Un Untrmmed Untzinimed trimmed Straw Strw shapes Ladies Ladie and Chil Childrens Cli Childrens ¬
I drens drI J Straw Straw Sailors Saiors Flowers etc Sale begins tomorrow morning I
f Ladies Trimmed Hats Hatsworlhup Hatsworthup Hatsworthup
worthup to S7 S7The3 571 S798c
98c 98cThey
1 They arc all al Handsoine HandsoIle Hats Hatselaborate HatsI Hatselaborateflnd
I elaborate elaboltefnd elaborateflnd and effective efecthe made in inour inom in0th
our 0th own own workrooms and ad designed designedafter designclafter
4 after models brought direct direc from fromParis fromlmis fromPaiis
Paris They Tile h < Y are strictly stricty Summer SummerHats SUll
1 Hats Tuts and all a1 different diferent and a d a good goodIv goodh goodIs
+ ± Iv h Is assortment
T E c Ladies Fine Sailors Saiors Saiorsc Saiorssold
1 3sold sold up to 52 2 for forHere fori
r 3
i Here are ae Hats Hat that were weremade C r rJ
J J 4 made mae expressly 6lrely for to us W in the thevery thevry thei 98
+ i very vry latest late prevailing prevaing shapes shapesby sap
i 1 by mens hatters haterwh hatterswho who alone alonegive alonei Oe Oeg
i give g e that tt mannish J8Bi touch tc to the theMock te teI theA
I A Mock Wk that is recognized reglze as asright asJ
J 5 oorigbt right by fashion tahln Smooth Smoothand Smoth Smotho
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