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2 THE flIT 1V1NThTfl VENING TIMES TTM1 W WA ASIDNGTON mIJ1flN TUESI mTFIA > AY V JUNE LT11J1 5 1900
llBATHOFSTEPHENCRANH ITllBATHOFSTEPHENCRANH llBATHOFSTEPHENCRANHTho BIIAR IT OF EPIIII R11II
Tho American Novelist N a Victim Victimof Victimof
of Consumption Consumptionlie
lie Kxplrm Expire In the IJIacU Forc Foret t of ofGermany ofGerllln
Germany Gerllln Where Iaer lie Had Jlccn JlccnTaken n cn cnTaken
Taken In a Inst Effort to IlcHtoru IlcHtorulllx IlclltoreJlIM
lllx FuIllMK piiizii nJiluli StrciiKlh StiuJthThe tregthTbc The Sad In Information IntorllUltl
formation torllUltl to nzntl n nC Cal C b blcd > lc cl l to HltT 111M III Urothcr UrothcrBERLIN rotherDERLI
BERLIN DERLI = June JYn 5 GStephen Stephen Crane the theAmerican theAmerlcnn
American novelist and correspondent died diedat diedat
at 3 oclock clock this this morning morning at Baden Weller WcilorIn WellerIn
In tho Black Forest of 0 exhausUon fol following tollowing ¬
lowing hemorrhage hemorrhageStephen hemonlingeStephen
Stephen Crane was born in Newark ewark ewarkJ N NX
X J L November 1 1871 and was as a son of ofRev o oRev ofRev
Rev Jonathan Townley Crane a Meth Methodist Methodist
odist minister whose last pastorate was wasin wasIn
in Port Jervls N Y where he died and andwhere andwhere
where his son received part of his educa education education
tion In the public schools Stephen Crane Cranealso Cranealso
also studied In Newark and afterward took tooka
a partial course at Lafayette College Ho Hoentered Hoentered
entered Journalism when he was sixteen sixteenyears sixteenear8
years ear8 of ago and for several years was a areporter areporter
reporter and a writer of newspaper newspapersketches nCWspapersketches
sketches Since 1S96 he had devoted him himself hlmBelf
self chiefly to story writing although he hehad hehad
had done special newspaper work workS notably notablyduring notablyduring
during the SpanishAmerican war and the theGrecoTurkish theGrecoTurkish theGrecoTurkish
GrecoTurkish war In 1S97 when he acted actedas actedas
as special correspondent for to the New NewYork NewYork
York Journal While hlle on his way to Cuba CubaIn CubaIn
In 1897 with a filibustering expedition he hewas hewas
was shipwrecked and spent some time in inan Inan
an open boat until rescued It was during duringthis duringthis
this experience that Mr Crane contracted contractedthe contractedthe contractedthe
the fever that undermined his constitu constitution constitution ¬
tion and eventually caused his death deathStephen deithStephen
Stephen Crane Cr nc though not yet thirty thirtyyears thirtyears
years ears of age had done much that was wasstriking wasstriking
striking In the way of literature He first firstbecame firstbecame
became successful after a practical failure failureas failureas
as a New York reporter by The Red RedBadge RedB1dge
Badge of Courage although not long be before before
fore that appeared he bad attracted the at attentlon attention
tentlon of Howells and Garland by the re realism ro rolllsm
alism lisin with lth which he sketched metropolitan metropolitanslum metropolitanslum
slum life lifeSoon lifeSoon
Soon after The Red Badge ot Courage Couragebad Couragebad
bad gained a big sale the young author ap appoared appeared apIeared
poared as the champion of a notorious notoJiQus Ten Tenderloin Tendlrloln
derloin character Dora Clarke She was wasstanding wasstanding wasstandIng
standing on a corner waiting for Crane Cranewho Crmewho Cranewho
who was helping two women into a car carPassing carPassing carPassIng
Passing detectives arrested the girl and andMr andMr
Mr Crane appeared at the statlonhouse to tosupport tosupport tosupport
support the girls plea of innocence innocenceMr InnocenceloIr InnoceoceMr
Mr Crane also appeared In court next nextmorning nextmorning
morning and later with Dora Clarke pre preferred preferred preerred
ferred chargee against the detectives detectivesNothing detecthcsothin
Nothing othin came from the charges because of oftho ctlh f
the lh Clarke girls reputation Mr Ir Crane Craneat Craneat
at the time was studying Tenderloin char characters characters ¬
acters with an idea cf writing a new novel novelHe novellie
lie represented a syndicate of papers In InCuba InCub3 InCuba
Cuba during the SpanishAmerican war warand warand urand
and soon afterward took up his residence In Inan InIln
an English country house houseHis houscIlls
Ills bestknown literary efforts outsde outsideof outsdeof
of the Red Badge of Courage are Mag Maggie Iag Iaggle ¬
gie a Girl of the Streets The Bak BakIlWers Da BakItt4ers k kRlrters
IlWers and Other Lines Georges GeorgesMother GeorgesMother
Mother The Little Regiment The TheOpn TheOpotn
Open Boat The Third Violet and The TheEternal TheEternal
Eternal Patience ExcepUng some mag magazine m3gazlne ¬
azine contributions Including The Great GreatBoer GrGatDoer
Boer Trek Mr Cranes latest lat t work Is IsActive hAcUe I
Active Service in which the authors authorsodd authorsodd
odd and Interesting descriptive powers are areEbown areshown
shown at their best bestOn bestOn
On March Si 1 last Mr Crane had a severe severehemorrhage severohemorrhage severehemorrhage
hemorrhage of the lungs which greatly greatlyweakened grentlywE1kened
weakened ills cot very ery strong system This Thiswad ThisW1M t
wad followed by b other hemorrhages and his bisright hisright
right lung became me affected A mcnth ago agothe agothe
the writers physicians hslclans informed his fam family famIly ¬
ily that he could not D t recover and he was wastaken wastaken I
taken to the Black Forest in a last effort effortto effortt
to t steal the tide of disease diseaseJUDGE diseaeeJUDGE disease3UDGE
JUDGE CRANE CR E NOTIFIED NOTTFTEDThe NOTIFIEDrlae NOEui ± D
The Author Ailthor DentIa Announced inonncoil l b by > y a ai nCnhleJrnmlolll r I
CnhleJrnmlolll Cn1Ieer iu i Krom Ills JII Wife WifePORT Ie IePORT
PORT JERVIS JERI N Nt NY Y June 5 5Judge Judge W WU WS
U II Crane received a cablegram from the thewife theite tb S
wife ite of his brother Stephen Crane an announcing announelnghls ¬
nouncing nounelnghls his death at BadcnWeller Ger Germany Germany ¬
many which occurred this morning morningJudge mornIngJudge
Judge Crane said that It had been known knownfor knowntor knowifor 1
for some ome time that there was no hope for forhis forhis fo r rhis
his brother and that the authors death is isto Isto t C Cto
to be attributed to the fever he contracted contractedin I IIn
in Cuba during the SpanishAmerican war warBECOBDBREAXTNG warRECORDBREAKING warBECOBDBREAXING
BECOBDBREAXTNG OH WELL WEIXin WELLTrlllt WELLTrust
Trlllt UeIlrcentnfh LenluJ LensIi Lnnl LnnlIII C CIn
in Inillnnn InillnnnANDERSON IndlnnllJANDERSO InillanoAYDERSON
ANDERSON Ind June 5 5The The great greatest greatest ¬
est oil well in the Indiana oil territory has hasbeen hasbeen ba C
been found near Alexandria It is on land landleased landloosed ianileased I
leased by b the LIppincatt Glass Company CompanyIn r rIn
In Monroe townahop The daily output outputis outputIs I ILI
is 7 ioo < W barrels which is twice as much as asthat asthat a a athat
that produced by any other well In the theState theState th S SState
State StateThe StateThe
StateThe
The Madison county oil territory Is de developing deeloping developing ¬
veloping far better than It was as at first firstsupposed firstsupposOO firs firssupposed
supposed Representatives of the Standard Standardand Standardand Standarand
and ether oil companies are here leasing leasingoil lensingnIl lessintall
oil the land they can get hold of o and sink sinkIng sinkIng sinkIng
Ing many wells wellsNervport wellsli wellsNewport
Newport li I1ort XCTI > CTVJI Exports ExportsNEWPORT ExporbNEWPORT ExportsNEWPORT
NEWPORT NEWS WS Va June 5 5Th Ifhe Ifheexports The Theexports 0
0ii
exports from Newport ewport News eWs for last month monthwere monthVere moat ii
were Vere phenomenally heavy the value being beingthe beingtbe bela g
the largest in the history If f the port for forthe torthe to tothe r
the month of May Iay The value aIue was 3004 3004GOO
600 which is an increase ot 1549872 over overMay overMay ore oreMay r
May 1899 1S9
Wealth enUll of the Vatican VaticanIt ntlenn ntlennIt
It would be difficult ifficult to estimate estl tc precisely tlio tliototal thototal tb tbtotal
total weight Td t of cold old in the Vatican atlC2nt but it is issafe isfr i iI
safe to say that t there are at least thirty t tons t of ofL o I
It fr worth L rn I in the > nolilK n neighborhood r h > nnJ j of rs f CJ LOODOOO IVY t ftfVY at of su supresent tb tbpresent h hresent oC C
present resent msrLet price price of the unwrought racial racialf metalOf tnetalf
Of f this huge amount of cold there Is probably probablynot protablnot probabInot
not a single pound of the metal that remains in init Inita Ii Iiits
it its virgin 4Ut tat tts Nearly every ounce of it has haspaued IuslaIRd in inpeid
laIRd through the hands of lulled artisans who wholiavc wholoan sb sbhave
loan worked It Into countless forms thu thus adding addingperhaps addinlperhar addln ic icperhaps
perhaps a a third or quarter more to its value va1 If Iftbo If t
the wttlth W 1th of the Vatican atlcan can be estimated at i iOOd000
4000000 th the vralth alth and beneficial qualities qualitiesot qualit qualitof
of a glass las laM of Heurichs beer can also be estimated estimatedfar rstimatedfar estimatefir
far In excess exoe ol their real commercial value A Afflam Aglan
glass or two of Ileurich with m IDfIIls Is it conducire conducireto conducli e
to a go go1 l appetite appd tI and an a Rood digestion i tlon Drink DrinkMaerzen DrinkIaenm Drin ic
Maerzen Senate or Laser La r In moderation and andit andIt an anIt d
it will give you sound bones bon and vigorous body bodyPhone bodyPhone bod bodPhone
Phone sixthirtyfour Arlington Bottling Co Cofor 0for Cofor
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THE DEATH OE GUTSHALLFatal GUTSHALL GUISHALLtal I IFAtnl
Fatal Fa Faed tal Ilc Itcnlt ult of Drinking n Done D Ddse e of 011 011LnudnnuIIJ j jLaudanum 1Laudanuzi
Laudanum LaudanumCharles LnudnnuIIJCharles LaudanuziCharlesF
Charles CharlesF F Gutshall the laborer employ employed eoployed employby ¬
ed by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company Companywho CompanyWho
who wh o drank laudanum It Is said with aid suicidal sulcldul aiddul ¬
cidal ci dul intent at the home of Mrs rs Julia JuliaA JulbA JuliaNesl
ciA
A A Tealei Neftl lOOT PourandaHalf Street StreetIB StreetsOUU Streetuthwcibout
sOUU sn uthwcibout w ut 9 Ocl9Ck last night died diedt
at t the he IB Emergency rgency Hospital at 4 oclcck this thismorning thismrnIng thisornlng
morning d ornlng Every E + ery possible effort had been beenmade beenmade beenade
made m ade by the hospital physicians physlcla to save savetho savethe savee
the th e llfo ur lifo4Gutsha1I f Gutshall but ut owing to t the fact factthat fA factat l ltht
that th than at htsMOnditlon his IGutshall p dillon was 1S not discovered until untilan untilm untilp
an antin m hourjajter hour ttt he hid Mdtaktll taken the poisonous poisonousdos poisonousc
c dos tin tince e its deadly efifects e1TJ cts could coul not be suc successfully guccessfully sucssfully ¬
ce cessfully ssfully combatted nmbatte battedCnroner Coroner Carr was no notified notified noled ¬
tified tit led oftfKc otl death and issued a certificate certificateof certificateof
of suldoSKTThe glJlcl e body bodyY1s was then turned over overJ ocrJ
J 1 William WIlU m Lee Lee the undertaker and after afterbeing Atterbclng
beth being be ing prepared pr parro for burial was removed to tothe tothe
the th e home qf William Gutshall a brother at
314 31 4 I Street Strcetsouthwet southwest outhwea The dead man was wasthirty
thirty th irty years old and unmarried unmarriedClrcum6tanees
Circumstances would ould Indicate that Gut Gutshall Gutshall Gutall
shall sh all deliberately ended his life and that thatthe thatthe
the th e motive which actuated the deed was a alove aloe
love lo ve affair It Is said that he had been beenpaying beenying
paying pa ying attention to a young woman in inSouth InSouth
South So uth Washington and her name appears appearsIn
In a note left by Gutshall The note to together together ¬
gether ge ther with a Hot of the belongings of o the theman theman
man m an and the money due him from various varioussources Tarioussources
sources so urces were found neatly folded on the thepillow thepillow
pillow pi llow under his bead by William H Neale Nealewho Nesieho
who w ho was the first to discover Gutshall The Thenote Thenote Thete
note no te which was addressed to Neale read readIn
in part partAbove partAbove
Above Aboveall All of my last lastrequests requests please ar arrange arrange
range ra nge to have J ave my funeral take place from fromyour tromrour
your yo ur house Tell my people I would like likefor liker
for fo r them to attend My Insurance papers papersare papersare
are ar e in my trunk Please have a hack for forMiss tor1Uss forise
Miss 3l ise Dale and the family at my request requestand requestand requestd
and an d charge funeral expenses to Insurance InsuranceGutshall InsuranceGutshall InsuranceCutshali
Gutshall had been regularly employed employedand employedand
and an d made his home with Mrs rs Neale eale Re RecentlyIe
centlyhe ce ntyie had been taking life easily He Heappeared HeapPea
appeared apPea ap peared 4In In good spirits and ate heartily heartilyat
at noon noon yesterday He was at the supper suppertable suppertable
table ta ble at 7 7 oclock in the evening but then thendeclined
declined de clined to eat ant and went to his room He Hewas Heas
was w as not disturbed disturbed until shortly before 10 ioocloclcwbeq
0clockVwhen o clockwhezt William Xeale eale discovered discoveredhim discoveredhIm
him hi m lying lrl g partly dressed drC and unconscious unconsciousIn unconsciousted
In bed Nealo became alarmed and and sum summoned
moned in moncd oned Dr DrIlylt Taylor who diagnosed the case caseas caseas
as one of o opium poisoning Policeman Als Alswas Alswas
was w as then called and sent Gutshall to the thehospital
hospital hospitalPUBLIC hospitalJUBLJC h ospitalunti
PUBLIC JUBLJC unti HACKHEN COMPLAIN COMPLAINIlccrulatlon COMPLAINUeJUlntlon
Ilccrulatlon It States for or 1anMenKern > r lie IleKiir ItcJurtled
Kiir Jurtled Ie l an IiiMUflldoiit IiiMUflldoiitD hlHII lelent lelentD
D W Baker acting as attorney for a anumber Iinumber
number n of o public hackmen of the District Districthas Districthas Districtas
has h as written to the Commissioners calling callingattention callingIItlenUon
attention 0 to the fact that cabmen generally generallyregard generallyregard
regard r the rate of 25 cents for fifteen fifteensquares fifteensquaros
squares s fflr one passenger pa ger as too small smallcompensation smallCmpenSCltlon smallmpensation
compensation co for the work done doneMr
Mr 11 Baker states that the cabmen are of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he opinion that SO cents a trip of o fifteen fifteensquares fifteenequareS
squares s or less 1ess for one or two passengers passengerswould pusengerswould
would w ould b be reasonable This they say would wouldgive wouldIIc
give g ive two passengers pnssengersthe the right to travel travelfifteen travelfifteen
fifteen fi fteen squares or less for 50 cents and andwould andwould
would w ould compensate the cabmen for the trip tripin tripIn
in i n case there was but one Mr Ir Baker Bakeradds Dakeradds Bakerdds
adds a dds thft tbiMbe he is informed that the charge chargeof chargeof
of o f 50 cents a trip for five squares for one oneor oneor
or o r two nuseipere se segers ers Is allowed to the Balti Baltimore Dalllmore ¬
more m ore afwQSo ainl Obo automobile which come comewithin comewithin
within w Ithin the c clb b regulations of o the District DistrictContinuing Districtontlnuin
Continuing C ontlnuin Mr Ir Baker says saysI
I alsodeslre also de desire lre to call your attention to tothe tothe
the t he fact that discrimination is made at the theBaltimo theDaltlmolj
Baltimo Daltlmolj B and Potomac Depot between b tween tbo tboordinar tboordlnari
ordinar ordlnari o cabs Mbs and omnibuses omnlbu the omnibus omnibuses ¬
es a s being given the best b st stand at the depot depotThe depotThe
The T he regulation r allilD waich gives the omnlbusw omnlbuswthis omnlbur1thl8
this t his stand speaks of omnibuses of licensed licensedhotels licensedhotels
hotels h ote1s implying that this Is the special specialstand specialstand
stand s tand for hotel omnibuses omnibusesIf
If this is so the discrimination might mightnot mIghtnot
not n ot be unlawful unlawfulbut but these omnlburei omnlbureihaul omalbuC1haul I
haul h aul persons to every part of the city anti ardcounty udcounty antiounty
county c thus depriving the pub publl I cabs cf cfthat dthat
that t hat class of buein business < sss which should te tegeneral tegeneral hegeneral t
general to ail alL These omnibuses could couldeasily couldea
easily ea ily be prohibited while hlle enjoying the thespecial thespecial thepecial t
special s privileges at tho depot from doing doingany doingan i
any an a ny business S other than carrying persons personsto pS1fOIMto persomo I
to t o hotels hotelsAt hotelsAt
At prfcjent Dr5flt the regulations are silent silenton silenlon
on this point Formerly there was a reg regulation re reulation regulation ¬
ulation prohibiting the hotel omnibuses omnibusesfrom omnIbusestroID I
from doing d6h1 ordinary business This was washeld washeld wa 1
held void old by b the Police Court on the ground groundthat groundthat grouns I
that they were public cabs This objetion objetioncould obJetloncould I
could be beeaally easily avoided by merely prohibit prohibiting prohl lt ltIng ¬
ing them while standing on thc special specialstand spe lal lalstand i
stand frrico f fgdoing doing a general business businessA
A tesliase test teataso se vas as brought In the Police PoliceCourt PoliceCourt Polic PolicCourt
Court to determine the validity of the om omnibus omnibus ¬
nibus regulation ll1t1on but owing to the thefct thefctthat fact factthat fac I Ithat
that there Is no objection to giving there thereomnibuses theEeomnlbUfes Uieaiomnibuses
omnibuses omnibuses special stands if they wll wllmerely wUmerely wE wEmerely
merely Qrry < their passengers to and from fromthe fromthe I
the licensed hotels the case at the time timewas timewas S Swas
was not prosecuted in order that I might mightcall mightcall t tcall
call the attention of the Commissioners to tothis tothis ti tithis
this unlawful discrimination discriminationThe discriminationThe discriniinatioaThe
The Commissioners havex havexreferred have referred the thematter tbematter tlu I Imatter
matter to the Police F lIce Department for in investigation Investigation investigation ¬
vestigation and report reportTHE reportTHE reportTHE
THE QTTAKA QUARAKrINE rvTINE TO CONTINUE CONTINUETexan CONTINUETesnJlJ CONTINUETexas
Texan Hcnltli OHlccr Returns From FromIlls FromIII 11 11Ills
Ills III Son S n Francisco Inspection InspectionAUSTIN InlpectlonAUSTI InspectionAUSTIN
AUSTIN AUSTI Texas June 5 5Stato Stato Health HealthOfficer HealthOfficer 1 1Officer
Officer W F Blunt has returned r turned from San SanFrancisco SanFramLsco Sai a aFrancisco
Francisco where here he Investigated the bu bubonic bubonic buplague ¬
bonic plague situation He says he will willnot wUlnot wll wllnot
not modify tho Texas quarantine against againstSan againstSan t tSan
San FrancL Francico < w until he has absolute assur assurance assurance assurmice ¬
ance that th > infected area Is completely completelyisolated completc1rIsolatcd r rIsolated
isolated and neutralized neutralizedMr IeutraJlzedIr neutralizedMr
Mr Ir Blunt expressed the opinion that thatnothing thaln tha t tnuthing
nothing n thlng short > hort O of removing the entire popu population popnlaUon popalation ¬
lation of Chinatown to some suitable place placewnere placel1eresanltation plac 0 0sliere
wnere l1eresanltation sanitation and isolation will be en enforced enforced enforced ¬
forced will ill prove effective in eradicating eradicatIn eradicatInthe
the disease dls 3se in San Kranclsco KranclscoTllaj FranclscoIo FranciaenNay
Nay Io Not ot Exhibit Stamp StampIt StnmpIt StiunpsIt
It Is possible that the collection of ofstamps o ostamps r rstamps
stamps intended Int nded for the Paris Exposition Expositionby Expositionby a aby
by the UuUcd States Government GOVernmentmay may not notbe notbe na it itbe
be placed on exhibition Three sheets of ofproof otproot f fproof
proof stamps have c already been lost in inParis InParis I a aParis
Paris and I i4 is a matter of doubt whether whetherthe whetherthe r rthe
the full collection may be shown without withoutdanger withoutdanger withou t tdanger
danger of theft since It is said there is but butone butone bt btone
one clerk to look after the entire exhibit exhibitTho exhibitThe L LThe
The collection contains samples of every everystamp everystamp ever I Istamp
stamp issued by the United States StatesGov StatesGovcrnment ties Government tiesornment ¬
ernment and in order to make it complete completeIt completwas
It was necessary to borrow from a private privatecollection prlvatocollection 0 0collection
collection stamps to the value of 1200 1200Ilnnccd 1200JInncd l 200 200hanged
hanged Himself With lth Fence Wire AVlreYORK WirePa Ir IrYORK <
YORK Pa Juno 5
5An An unknown man mantook mantooka ma mateok
took tooka a piece pleceo of wire from a farmers farmersfence tarmerstence farmerfence
fence near nc r Logansvf1Je Ix > gansyilie York County yes yesterday yesterday ye S Sterday ¬
terday nvrning m rnlng and hanged himself with withit withIt wil th thi
it i to a tree tr The Thcb body dy y was still warm warm whsn whsndiscovered wh n ndlsfOvered adisrovered
discovered The name J 1 Hussey was writ written wrltten wri t ttenJn ¬
ten tenJn in his Is hat hatVcrrtlct haterfllct hatVerdIct
VerdIct erfllct for an E1lneerA Engineers AVIdoiv AVIdoivSIDNEY WidoviSIDNEY VldonSID
SIDNEY SID EY Ohio June Jun o riIn In the case caseAdelino of ofAdeline otJdellnc
Adeline Loy vs the Big Four Railroad Railroadfor RaIlroadfor Rallro Id Idfor
for 10000 damages lDnge5 for killing her hus hu I ¬
band at Springfield Sprfngfl ld Ohio the Jury after afti r
being out six IS hours returned a verdict of
95QO and costs costsThe costsThe costaTheUvers
The TheUvers Livers Duty DutyThe S SThe
The liver llTe has two twoduUes duties to perform performcleanse pertormcleanse performcleanse
cleanse the blood and produce bile bl c You Youmay Youmay Yt zu zumay
may know It Is working lazily if you are aretroubled arct a atoublcd
troubled t ubled with constipation dyspepsia bil biliousness bll10usntBs hi hiiousncss ¬
iousness and dizziness It is trying to tothrow tothrow tothrow
throw its work upon other organs Hos Hostetters Hostetters Ho I Itotters
tetters Stomach Bitters will 111 stop this It Itmakes Itmakes Itmakes
makes the tltfer 1r f r do Its dutv duty and nnrl thus m th thstomach the thestouuc1t U Se Sestomach
stomach bdske povIs 5 and nerves cease to an anaoy annoy ai 5 5noy
noy See thatia ht1 Private Revenue Stamp Stampcovers Stampcovers Stan p pcovers
covers the neclcot n clo clof the bottle bottleCUJtES botte
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FITZHABEISlMOLLETf FITZHABEISlMOLLETfv FITZHARRISA o NIULLETT NIULLETTo
v tttn tttnTheir
Th Their eir Appeal to toio Be Be Permitted Permited to toLaud toLand toLand
Land Being Heard ieaId Today TodayAxMiiMMlimtlon Todarcre
V cre ConTlced Convlcled r Coplclb ComptL tty hthe htheAuxxlnnton las the theAssaxalnatlon
AxMiiMMlimtlon Auxxlnnton of o Lord Lorc Lor CnvenUlKli CnvenUlKlinu Caenlh Caenlhnu1 tiaventliahand
nu and l Secretary Secretor Burke and AVcrcExcluded Were WereExcluded ere ereExeluled
Excluded an o exCouvlct ex exCouvictalolnta exCouvictalolntaflCfOrC Ioiiit IoiiitThe
corc C I I MIu lo 1ouegIy 1ouegIyThe erJ erJThe
The appeal npprl of Jamca Jamelzhalf Jamca1jzharrIs JFitzharris and andJames andJames
James Ja mes Joseph Joeph Mullett Mulett from fm the decision of ofa ota ofspecial
a special board b beard rd of enquiry enq lr at the port p rt of ofNew otNew
New N ew York refusing rtuslg thorn permission perissIon to toland toland
1 land la nd In this country is being heard henrdthls henrdthlsnternoon this thisafternoon
t afternoon nternoon af ternoon before beore Assistant AlstatSecretTny AlstatSecretTnylor Secretary Tay Taylor ¬
j lor r of the Treasury Treasur Department DepartmentFitzharris Depatent DepatentFItzharris DepartmentFitaharris
Fitzharris and Mullett Mulett were convicted convictedof
of < complicity complcly in the murder in Fhoenir FhoenirPark
1 Park P ark Dublin of Lord Cavendish Cavendih and Un Under Under ¬ I
der tie < r Secretary for Ireland Burke and after afterhaving afterhaving afterving
j having ha ving served seventeen s venteen years rears of their theirsentence lhelrsentenc
sentence sentenc se ntence of Imprisonment Imprls nmet for tO life lre they theywere theywcre
were W ore recently ecentypardoned1 pardonedand came cm to this thiscountry thiscountry
country co < untry for the purpose of visiting visitingfriends visitingtrlends
i friends friendsThe trlendsThe fr Iends
The following tolowlng letter was WR received today todayat toay toayat
t at the Bureau of
Immigration Immigation from George GeorgeM Georgel
M l Curtis Curti of New ew York the attorney of ofFitzharris otFitzharrs
Fitzharris Fitzharrs Fi tzharrls and Mullett ul tt containing the thepoints thepoints
i points po ints upon which the appeal was taken takenand tken tkenand
and an d upon which whic they thei claim admission admissionHon admissionHon
Hon Terence V Powderly Powderl Commissioner CommissionerGeneral Commsal ner nerGenerl
General Generl ol o ImmlgratlonWashington ImmlgrtonVuhlngton DC DCDear DC DCDear
Dear Sir Your letter dated June 1 has ha hasst
J Just jut ju st reached reachC me I venture veture to request reuest that thatyou thatou thatu
you yo ou u will wi communicate with wth me tho day dayand dayad
and ad an d hour of the hearing which is to be b had hadin hadIn hadWashIngtcn
in Washington Washngton and ad also give me at least leasttwentyfour leat leattwentytour
gve
twentyfour tw entyfour hours notice thereof theref so that thatI thatmay
j I may arrive in time to present prent my side sideof sideof sidethe
of the case I beg you will i1 not forget that thatsome thatsome thatme
some so t me of o tha principal positions poltoW taken by byus byus
us u s are ae tho following followingL folowing
L 1 L Although Alhuugh they thO thoSupreme Supreme Court Curt of the theUnited theUnie
j United Unie U nited States Sttes has ha recognized r cognlzed jho tb h constitu constitutional cnsttu cnsttutonal ¬
tional tonal ti onal character charater of this t Board Doar of Special SpecialEnquiry S Speclalnquiry al alEnquiry
Enquiry E nquiry still sUI It I baa never nevr given l license licenseto ense enseto
t to tose that Board DOa to condemn conden condea any hny ny gven person peron to tosentenlc a asentence
sentence se ntence of deportation deportaton upon evidence il 1 ¬
legal lCbl c gal incompetent and Insufficient I1ucent In Inother Inother Inher
other o ow her wcrds w rs while they possess pss the power powerwithin pwer pwerwihin powerithIn
within wihin w ithIn the pale of a a a lawful discretion dlscron they theyare theyare I
are a afo re responsible rlnslble to t the Appellate Applate Tribunal Tribunalfor Tribuna Tribunalr
for fo r an abuse of that discretion diceton and for a ajudgment ajud
judgment jud ju dgment cnt rendered rndered upon evidence eidcnce which ia iaInsufficient I
In Insufficient sufilclent and incomplete Incomplee in I law
2 2 Both of o these persons persn so 3 far ta as a the therecord therecord theecord
record r ro discloses dilos have bc Irecnthe eentba en tha recipients recipientsof relplelts relpleltsor
of o f a pardon prdon for t r the Qtlrne c1e whereof her of they theywere tbeyw theyere
were w ere re wurlcted cvlcted by bya a c cupt frupt upt British BJsh Jury Juryupon JurIupn
upon upn u pon fakv tal perjured perjure Ct ana pnrchased p1haad teed testimony teti tetimony ¬
mony m ony and it I will 1 be 1 k Kn nt nw vr cnltructo construction constructionof
of o ov the let of o Congress It people con convicted C conicted ¬
victed v Iete substantially sbtnUaly of political pltcal pope of offences of offene ¬
fene fe fee fences nces receiving reehlng a prdgn P4A from tro the Coy Government Go Goernment ¬
ernment e whose wle laws nlft it rl ificlaimed claimed calme lh they r of offended offende ¬
fended fende f should ahold be b puqjue PUtU puiuctP as outcome out and andfelons andteons antIelons
teons f felons upon the rriendljyoll re n of O the tI United UnitedStates Unite
States Sttea S tatesa a land again agia vnoee b Government Governmentand GoerDIEt GoerDIEtan
and an a ah nd institutions iwltutlO they Save a sre e never Dr raised rl a ahand ahao
hand hao h and and for the te prpot prlly perpotiity lity of o which wtic they theywill Uey Ueywil
will wil w ilt never ne1 cease ceas to pray pra
3 r 1 l will wi be b aotic notIcd that tht neither neitherof 1iher 1ihero
of o f thre thr f gentlemen came ce to t tne United UattedStates Unied UniedStte
States Stte S tates to remain Mr r Mullett IIulett is a trades tradesman trde ¬
man nn m an In the city of Dublin Dbln in good g standing ataadiagunmolested MDag MDagunmolee
unmolested unmolee u by his own Government GoernBHDt The Thecard Thec
card c c ard of his hi business bine was w submitted subited OB O the theoriginal theoriginal
original o enquiry and he h
original ad says SS that be In Intends laten ¬
tends ten t to return retur to to his own OWD country cntry but he hewill hewi heill
will wi w ill never ne submit without resistance r oe to tobeing tobeing
being b eing deported derte from tr m the th tailed tfe States Ste u ua
a criminal ciminl which he declares delue himself hl t act actto D
to t o be Mr Ir Fitzharris Fltbarls tells us UI that he hecurne heCI
curne CI c ame here for a visit visit blt to t se sz sea this country countryof county countyof
of o f whose laws and
wh0 liberties lbrie he has had hadsuch bads haduch
such s uch ch delusive delu e information I Informatlon forlt on That Tbt he has hassufficient 1uusutlent hasufficient
sutlent s sufficient means m n for hte hfmlaance bd maintenance that thathe tht ththe thate
he h e can get more mre oa o application applcato to t his hlafriends hisfrie
friends frie f at home ho e and a that tat he is enabled CDbe to towork towork towork
work at his hi business busne that thatof h1 of r an operator operatorof oprto
of o f the Singer SI er machine if I necessary neery to tomaintain tomaintaIn tomaintain
maintain himself Therefore Te orc ho h is not notin notn
o n
in i n the sensed sene sense f the law a pauper PuPr paujt r Leoides LeoidesMr tesdesMr Ece
Mr Ir Patrick Patrck OBrien ODrle and other othe eminett emlaLt emlaLtIrl1hmerlcnci1f eminertrishAmerican
Irl1hmerlcnci1f I IrishAmerican citlztjns Will T lll 1 gircbonds ti tiany t1an t ty
any an y amount that he shall shal r never gcn become bme a acharge achage aharge
charge chage c upon the people peple of o the United UnitedStates Unie Untiedtates
Sa States Stat8 S tates Fitzharris Fit has h received receivedassuming reeive receivedssuming
assuming aSI1g a the tht record recor to be b corret corretand cort corretnd
and a nd the evidence ede e properly propry admit admitted admitted admited ¬
ted t ed a pardon prdon of t the he Government GTernment wbos wboslaws wl wkosaws
laws l aws it is claimed be h offended oen and to this thispardon thispard thisardon
pardon pard p ardon n this act of o grace grac is attacbedbut attacbedbutone aUachedbt aUachedbtone
one o ne condition conditonthat conditionthat that while whie in the Old Od Coca Country COln COlntry Cocary ¬
try t ry he shall shal report reort himself hlmel at t the end en of ofstated ofsted oltated
stated sted s terms ter In joint oint of law law it it differs differ In Inno Inno Inno
no sense from fr the pardon paron of Mr Ir blat Mullett blateLt Iul Iullett ¬
lett lett l eLt so far ta as a the operation operton of the immi immigration Immigrton Immigratioa
cerned gration grton law of the United Unied States Stat is con concerned concerned concorned ¬
4 There la I no legal legal competent competentproper compEent competentroper
proper p evidence tn1ence that either eiher of the detained detainedpersons detined detinedperna I Ipersons
persons perna are convicts or ever have hve b bcu bcuconvicts bsczconvicts > cn cnconvicts
convicts and ad the only onl legal ll competent competentevidence competcn1evidence ompetenteldece
evidence eldece contained contine In the theecxd record fj d is that thatby thatby thaiby
by whatever whatver term ter the te offence ofence technically technicallymight Uchnicly UchniclymlJht trchaicaii trchaicaiimight
might mlJht be known It jvas raethe the result reult the theoutcome theI th I Ioutcome
I outcome of political plticl friction frcion and Is there therefore thereore therefore ¬
fore ore what the law Inw denominates de mlnnte a a political politicaloffence poltcl poltclotenc I Ioffence
offence otenc and these the mentfcre men menere political PUticl of offenders ort offenders ¬
fenders t nder in the sense sne that the laws of o immi immigration Iml Immigration ¬
gration gton of the United States Stl oc e sought to tobe tobe t tbe
be applied appled to them The Government can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not take tIe the record rod for one oc purpose iU asd asdemasculate ad ademaculate a I Iemasculate
emasculate emaculate It for another If I it Is good goo for forthe torthe fo fothe
the condemnation condem1aUon cf c the detained detined persons personsIt personsI personsmust
It I tion must be potent pOlnt as a well wel for their salva salvation salv salvation ¬
tionI ton
I feel naturally a very cry great gat Interest Intcret intc es t
in the outcome of this matter mater I feel that thatan thatan tha t tan
an effort efort is being belnl made to dishonor the theAmerican theAmericn th a aAmerican
American Americn name and to put my country in inthe Inthe Ii Iithe
the position poltlon of obsequious vassalage asaage to toGreat toGret t
Great Gret Britain when I know that the pro proper proper ¬
per application applcaton of the law teaches us to todefy todefy t 0 0defy
defy the government of Great Gret Britain Britin even evenwith evenwith eve a awith
with a sword sor in hand handVery hand handVery
i Very respectfully respectuly yours yoursCEO yoursI yoursGBO
CEO M CURTIS CURTISATHTiTlTIC CURTISATC CURTISATELETIC
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ATHTiTlTIC ATC TEAM TE FOR PABIS PABISMIclilKon PA PAMlchlgnn PAEISMIchigan
MIchigan to He Well Ye VclI Tlf Relrellented Repreiienteti presented at atthe ntthe a t tthe
the French Games GameaANN Gnm GamesANN s sANN
ANN ARBOR Mich Ich June 5 5Mlchi Michigan Michiganla a aLa
la i undoubtedly to be represented rerentedtIT rerevente l 1 > y a acrack acrcI acatch
crack crcI team at the athletic atbhlc gme games in Paris Paristhis Parhthi Pan La Lathis
this thi summer tmmer The Chicago alumni have havetaken havetaken bar 0 0taken
taken the matter up since the the Western WesternIntercollegiate Vester estern esternIntercoleiate a aIntercollegIate
Intercollegiate Intercoleiate meet met and are willing wiing to toback toback 0 0back
back the team tem with J300 50 500 for expenses expensesThe cxpc cxpcnneThe es esThe
The University Athletic Athletc Association Aoiaton will willadd wf wi II IImid
add ad 100 Director Drtor Baird Dar 100 and d more moreaid mor a aaid
aid has ba been ben promised promI ed by Matthew Kllli Klllilia KIU KIUla L Lha
lia la of Milwaukee Miwaukee Michigans lchlgans most enthu enthusiastic cnthuslarlc L Lstastic ¬
slarlc siastic alumnus alumnusOn alumnu alumnusOn
On the records rrd made mae this year Ihe Iheteam 11e 11etem 0 0team
team tem would wold consist cnslsl of Capt McFean Lel Leiblee Lelblee I Ihlee
blee Dvorak Dor Armstrong and Hays Hay Train Trainer Tin Tiner L Ler ¬
er Fitzpatrick Fizpatrick will wi also be sent sentA sentA sentA
A Challenge From From Champion ChampionBOSTON Canmllon CanmllonDOSON ChampionBOSTON
BOSTON DOSON June 5 5Dudey 5Dudley Dudley Marks Mark mans manager maa maager L Lger ¬
ger and pacemaker pcemaker for Albert Champion Championwill Ch mplon mplonwi 5 5will
will wi issue Ilse a a challenge chalenge on behalf behal cf Cham Champion Champion I Iplea ¬
pion for an hour race e for to 5CO C a side asd asdwhatever a d dwhateer dwhatever
whatever purse pure may may ay be obtained He will willgive Wi wI 11 11give
give Michael lchae a handicap handIcp of or from tromone one lap 1 1to Is is
to a mile mie In an hours contest conter Champion Championis Champiois isa a
is riding rding faster fater at present preent than any a ady y oth other other 1 1er ¬
er man in training here hereKEY herenrltll1 hereBrItish
nrltll1 BrItish Steamer Wrecked reeked un A Iteef IteefKY flee f fKEY
KEY KY WEST Fin Fl June 5 5Te SThe The Copes Copenhagen Copn Copnhagen I Ihagen ¬
hagen a British Brish steamship stemhlp bound bund from fromPhiladelphia fromPhiadelphIa fro 51 51Phitadeiphia
Philadelphia PhiadelphIa to Havana ran on a reef rf near nearFort nearFort nez tr trFort
Fort Lauderdale on o May y 26 and Is I a total totalwreck totl totlwreck tot il ilwreck
wreck All Al of tho crew cw were saved avel and andwill andwi an Ld LdwIll
will wi be sent North orth on Thursday next nextMarrlncc next next31nrrlnge nextMarrIage
MarrIage Licenses LleenAel Issued IssuedMarriage IulnedMariaje IssuedMarriage
Marriage Mariaje licenses UCne were wee issued ied today tody to t Walter WalterCornelias Wallr WallrCorelu Walt WaltCornelius
Cornelias Corelu and Marie Yal Parku Parktr Stephenson Stephenn Barton BartonL Duon DuonI Barb BarbL
L I Aodnu dr and Alice lc Ruth Gardner Orer Cosimo Como Joco Jocobini Joe Joeblat
blat bin and an Minnie lnnie Tcrroac Troe both bth of Icmnd Richmond Va VaSamuel Y3 TaSamuel
Samuel Smuel Andrew Adew Uucn luI Hacerstown I t ld lid and Fan Fannie Fa Ss a aale
nie Louise Lis Howson Howsn of this ti city ciy Thomas To P John Johnson Johnson Job a ason ¬
son and Ethel Ete E ElbU IsbcII Edward Ewar Hanford Sturges Sturgez a
New Ne Rochelle Roele N Y and ad Bessie te Hartwell lawel Uart lrt lia t
lett lctt William Wibm F Turner Tec and nd MarrDChcnworth 1btiCcnorh tIzzyD Olsenworti I
George G A A Wearer Wcvc and Beulah Beulh B Barnes Bar Iiw Reid Re Id
Bull Bl Wolkcta Walker and Uzde Le Scott St John Jot J Doyle yle and a Sd
Minnie SiinI C c Uant bantI Odrick Odrct Luca Lcc Luenr and Minnie lnie Day Dy Da 1
Edward Erd J Mudd Muddan and Gertrude Gerde V Catty C b
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OverWork O Weakens WeakensYour WeakensYour WeakensYour
Your Kidneys KidneysUnhealthy Kidneysnhcalthy II
Unhealthy Unealty U Kidneys Kdeys Make Mae Impure Ipure Blood BloodAll Bloc BlocAl BloodAll
All Al the bleed In your you body bdy passes pe through throughyour tough throughour
your y our kidneys once every three minutes
a nd d Is sold old on It its merits meritsy
by b y all alidruggists druggists dggt in fifty fiftycent fty ftycet fiftyent
cent cet c ent and d onedollar oneoll sin sizes sins i ¬
es C s You You may have a
The TokeY3 kidneys are e your yourblood yourbloodpunificrzthey I
blood bloodpunificrzthey purifiers purfer they Ill filter fl Illten ¬
ten terout out the he waste we or orimpurities orbnpurt orImpunitiecla
impurities bnpurt = ia the blood bloodIf blood bloodIf
If I they tey theyaresick are sick sIc or out outof ou outofordcrtheyfailto
of ofordcrtheyfailto order orer they fail fal to do dotheir doteir dotheir
their teir work workPains work workPains
Pains Pan aches ace achesandrheu achesandrheuinatism and ad rheu rheumatism rhe ¬
matism matsmcme come from ex excess cxzacf ¬
cess zacf of f uric acid acidin in the
so f blood iood due to neglected
kidney kIdey k idney troubfe toubt y = T TKidney neglecte
Kidney KIdey trobblacauses tri0 lc CU causes = quick quck or unsteady unsteadyeart
to unsey
heart h eart beats and d
bt makes ma one feel fel although althoughthey athoughtey nathoughey
they tey th ey had h heart h iie1t treuble trouble because bu the te heart het is isoverworking i isverworking
overworking overworkng o jri n jumping pupig umpthg thick kidney
tIck kide
poisoned pione p oisoned blood through thrugh veins ve arid ad arteries
It I used ud to be boIsd beeossidered considered = e that tat only aere urinary
lrnr
troubles trouble t were t ta be traced tced to the kidneys
but b ba ut now modertfitience moeM mode lenc ience proves proe that tat kdeys nearly nely
all a ll constitutional diseases have their
a1 conmuton1 tei begin beginning ¬
bgi
ning n ing in kidney kdney trpuble trpubleIf trtibleIf r 1le 1leI
If I you youare are slckyou sick Ick you can c make no mistake mistakey
mae mite
by b y first frst doctdring doctdrlIg your kidneys kideys The Te mild mildand mildnd
and a nd d the te extraordinary etrrdln effect efet cf G Dr Kilmers Kimes KilmerswampRoot mld
SwampRoot SwapRoot S the thegreat great gret kidney kidey remedy reedy is issoon I isoon
soon s oon on realized raie Ustandj 1ttd the highest highe for its itswonderful It itsonderfulcures
wonderful wo w onderfulcures erf lc cures of dfThe fe the most distressing cases
s ample ple btte bottle by mat mall no itsn i cf c SwapBoot
free fre fr ee also o pamphlet paphlet telling telng you o how to Bt find findout fid fidout
out o ut if I you have hve kidney kdey or bladder blad trouble troubleMention touble
Mention Meton M ention this ti paper papr when whe writing vtg Dr Khmer KilmerCo
Co Binghamton Binghaton N Y YSHOT YSROT
SHOT DEAD DED DEADIN IN A QUARREL QUARRELA QUAREL QUARELJ
A J Florida 1 lorlda Councilmen Slain by uy n nCapltallMt RCOIUnlllt
Capitalist CapltallMtTALLAHASSEE COIUnlllt COIUnllltTALHASSEE
TALLAHASSEE TALHASSEE Fla Jane 5 Taylor TaylorBradford TaylorDrdford
Bradford Drdford B radford chairman chalmo of the finance fnanC commit committee ¬
tee te e of the Tallahassee Tla18ee city ciy council coun lt and a aprominent
prominent promhrnt p roznlnsnt business busIne man mn was wa shot and andkilled
killed kie k illed almost almet instantly lIt hr here Sunday night nightby n ht
by b y John Joh A A Graham Grlhm a land In speculator scuatorad scuatoradman specutatcrcnd lind lindman
man m an of Qla large e business bslEcS interests Int r t whose whosehomo hose
homo homo h ome i is in avannah vann Ga GaGraham Ga
Graham Grah m bwsB ov1 i Z large l rge sawmill 8wm1 and shin shingle shingle ¬
g gle e factory tacory at St St Maria lara For several severalmonths fecral fecralmnths severalmonths
months mnths Bradford Drdtord bad hd been ben acting aeleg under underseveral uedrseel
seel s several different dltreent and nn somewhat s mehlt compli complicated compl ¬
cated cted c contracts cntrcts as n general georl manager Ilger of t the theGraham te teGraham
Graham G raham St St Marks ark properties proprte At the ead eadof eadot
of o f May the te mills mnrp and aD factory fatary ebut down downfor deotho
for Cr tho tII season SOcn and an Sunday Suay afternocnBradford aterotn aterotnBradford afternocn altersonnradford
Bradford Bradford B Graham Grham two of o Grahams Grhls rela relatives relaires ¬
tives tic t and an an anompoy employs met me at St St St Marks MarksHotel Iark
Hotel H otel to settle aele up up their teir accounts OlurS Ths T em employe e emloys ¬
ploye p loys was satisfied stsfe with th the conferenceevin < conference conferenceleaving fere1e fere1eleviD
leaving l evin Bradford Dradford Graham Gr and his hl rela relatives r relaiTe la ¬
UTe t tives iTe alone aoe at the tie hotel hotelGraham htel
Graham Grbm end eD his hl relatives relal cay f Bradford Bradfordwas
was wa w as greatly grUy dissatisfied dlUM with ith the Ue profbsad profbsadttle prob
a ettkmect tUIec ttle ttledrawing be became very agy angry and loIy naIly
drawing druIBI d a a putol pst aimed all it first fr at tins Grahams Gr tinsasas ¬
hams ls b asas brother brthe br theg then t1 at John A A Grahaia Grahaiasnapping Gralnu
snapping spng s twice twic at a each eMt but the UU pistol piso fail faUed frU
ed a d to fire fre Graham Grhm took tk a pistol freai freaihU fr I rent
hU hi h is relative relte and fired fre five fve times tme at Brad Bradford Br1 ¬
ford fqd f qed three thre bullets b les taking tking effect eet la II Brad Bradfords Brdfos ¬
fords fos l breast bre breasL t Graham mham says r he then tf ran ranfrom ra rafr ranrom
from fr f rom the room rom fail iDe anfi Bradford B on followed in inpursuit
pursuit p p siauit ult but bt upon iiion PD reacting r clg tle the bo hoel hoelorch el elporch e
porch ph p orch Drfon Bradford Ml ever dead Tn Ti The coroners e seen ¬
ners ars jury jur yesterday yety on O the te statement statementof stemet stemeto
of o o f Graham Grahm and iIIII d hIs relative relavw brought hoS1t In Ina
a verdict verlet of justifiable jllUlabe homicide hOcl Brad Bradford ¬
fo ford f onil leaves leve a Trld TI vridaveand nir aad 2o four fo young O g chIt children clU ¬
dren d ren Hte Ht > widow WIOW Is a daughter uglt r of o Judge JulgeWiliiiJai hllgeWli
WiliiiJai Wli Brooke Droksof of Birmingham Brlnbm Ala AlaCHICAGO Ala AlaCCAGO
CHICAGO CCAGO LABOR LAIW SITUATION SITUATIONBuilding SIUATION SITUATIONullding
Buldhl U Building Contractors ContrsctorH Resume n Mume Work Workk Workan or orw
k < w an nJ pu u te CoIUeum CoIUeumOB Collleul
cn GG Wk wa
fU fUO
OB O UIB te thu uoiiBtunx COI ColiLgLiInorning pKraoraing lriDg after ater tour tourroocths fo
months mt idl idleness Sdk D eps oa an D account acenl of the labor laborTor Jlr
Tor tr Grace Hdye Hdy contractors ctractor for the theOnM theo4Ieeum
OnM o4Ieeum 8UI euiH fcafee bave worlcod wke far a settlement temat tematte el elte
te labor lar Jiljicurtjps dilp J and faille taleg failing is 11 that thathave 11 thathave
have tve now DW gone goe ahead iadop idopdt independent adeat of or organized ot otghe ¬
ghe ganized labor laborPursuant labt labtPrant o
Pursuant Prant to anrrounc ani anneuncasnest me mea t the tie plate end endslab
pate
slab mills mUs o ot the t Illinois InDls Steel Stel Company Companyworo Copay Copaywere
were idle this morning moring and more mre than tha 3 3NO MO MOmen
men are outjof outo out3ofwprk prk rk The officers oIeer of the thecompany thecmpny t tcompany
company cmpny refused to tell tel the cause cus or pro probable probble ¬
bable bble duration duraton of the shutdown shutdownBOCHESTEB shutd WI
ROCHESTER ROCST LINEMEN LM OUT OUTTcleylionc OUTTeleI1onc OUTTeteilonc
Tcleylionc TeleI1onc Employei Caaxe Cnu Tro TroROCHESTER Toubl ToublThrouJbolt Trouble TroubleThrounhoat
ThrouJbolt Throunhoat the SiC CU CUR City
ROCHESTER R ROCHESTEILN ESER N Y June une 5 5Forty Forty line linemen Ine Inemti linemen ¬
men mti employed eployed by t the he e Bell Bel Telephone Telepone Com Company Cm CmP4ny Cornpany ¬
pany P4ny of lf Buffalo Dutalo are a out on a strike trike In this thiscity thll thllcty I Icity
city cty The men are le around the city ciy malt making m3kIng maltlag ¬
ing trouble for the new employes employe when whenever wbenee ¬
ever ee they can canForty cn cnFrty canForty
Forty Frty new linemen J en engaged in Lockport LockportGasport Lckp
Gspr GosP Gasport ° and Sandburn Snburn came here hee yester yesterday yeter yeterday yesterday ¬
day to take theploces tbeIc ot a the strikers stike The Thestrikers Te Testrker i istrikers
strikers strker declare deca tSat t1at they the will mi prevent the themen themen f fmen
men from taking their places p1c They Tey want want2I0
5250 2I0 50 a day ay and time and A half t for fo over overtime overtie oyertime ¬
time tie with wih double oble pay py for Sunday Sundy work workBUNKERS wor worM workWAGES
BUNKERS M WAGES W AGE ADDUCED BEDUCEDTronule REDUC REDUCTrouble ADDUCEDTrouble
Trouble Expected In the Western WesternZinc eltern elternZinc I IZinc
Zinc and Lead Regions RecloanJOPLIN UeloDIJOPLIN RegionsJOPLIN
JOPLIN Mo June 5 5One One hundred hundre zinc zincminers I Iminers
znc zncmIners
miners from the Gaddis Little Ltle Circle Cirle Big BigCircle Bg BgCircle Bil I ICircle
Circle and Oronogo Oronog mines mine have struck struckagainst strck strckagnst C Cageinat
against agnst a 15 per cent cut In wages wnge which whichthe whichthe 1 1the
the operators operator says srs Is necessary neces on OI account accountof accunl accunlof accoun t tof
of the th low price prlc of o ore oreMiners ore oreMiners
Miners Miner wages wge all ll over the Missouri Isr inc incKansas < nd ndKansas ndKansas
Kansas zinc and lead lead region are are being De Deduced reduced e educe ¬
duced duce and an it i is feared f rE that a big strlio strlio7lll mCu mCum Is Islll
7lll m be on in a few te days daysEASTLY daysEY daysEASILY
EASILY EY A AWATTFTTFn AWAXENTEDAn AWATTFTTFnAn W A AAn
An Order to Open 011 Ojeen n the tlc Eyes of Wood Wooden ood ooden L LEvangelists ¬
en Evnnsroliiits EvnnsroliiitsFrom ETnnJeIlt ETnnJeIltm EvangelistsFrom
From m the t Youths Youth Companion CompanionDr Cm CompanionDr nlon
Dr Blomfleld Domfiel Bishop Dshop of London Lndon half hal a acentury accntuy acentury
century ccntuy ago was w a man of much wit wit and andalso andalso an d dalso
also had a keen appreciation of o wit in other otherpeople oUst r rpeople
oter oterp
people be p ple whatever their ther walk of o life lfe ml mit ht htbe it itbe
beOnce
Once when a new church in his diocese diocesewas dioce diocewas doces ze zeto
was to be consecrated the Bishop recelvjd recelvjdseveral recelvdseeral receiv d dseveral
several letters leter complaining that tht the arch architect arcI arcItect I Itect ¬
tect of the new church had lad disfigured tbe tbeInterior ti so sointerior
Interior luteror and exterior eterior with useless useles gew gewgaws geWgaws gesgaws ¬
gaws Consequently Consequenly the Bishop weat weatdown we it itdown t tdow
down dow to the little ltte town to make an Inspec Inspection Inpec ¬
tion tn of o tho building buiding and summoned smmoned the thaarchitect thenrchIet ti Is Isarchitect
architect nrchIet to meet met him there thereTho thereTh her herT
Tho T Th Bishop could culd find nothing amiss with withthe wih wihthe wit witthe
the exterior etlor exteriorof jof thc lhurch theghurcb church nor with wit the in interior Intrc In I Itartar ¬
tartar trc until nnU JuSt judas ar he reached the chan chancel chancel I Ieel ¬
cel he e looked loked up and a d saw w four wooden iai iaiages l lages inagesapparently
agesapparently ages iappar apparently nty guarding guarIng the pulpit pulpitWhat pupltt pulpitVhat
What t do those figures flgure represent epre ent ho hoenquired h henquied I in incnqulred
enquired enquiredThe enquied enquiedThe cnqulredThe >
The four evangelists my lord lora replied repliedthe repled repledthe replie d dthe
the architect architectThey arciet architectThey
They appear appear to be asleep aeep said sid the theBishop theBishop U ze zeBishop I
Bishop BishopDo BishopDo BishopDo
Do you think so my lord lordThats lordTts lordThats
Thats Tts the way waythey T they look look to t ms Eald Ealdthe Ead Eadthe ra Id Idthe
the Bishop BIsop decidedly decidedlyJohn decdedl decdedlJ decldedlTJOhn
John J hncled called the architect arciect to a man manwho m ma n nWh nwho
who Wh was at work on one oe of the pews pewsbring pewsbrlng pew pewbrIng
bring your chisel clcl and open the eyes eyesthe c cthe cthe
the evangelists evangelistsAn cangeUsn
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the th other Cer department W t Sleeping Slln U not nt yu allowed alowl allowi allowihere
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ntLDES LADIES LDES CAN WEAR SHOES SHOESOne
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jxrarder to be bzzakea iJuken into nto the shoes sho It make maketitht make mat as astight
tight tght per or newffcoo J aeiTipco btSkc tel fel easy e gires instant intnt relict relictto rlef rlefto ret let letto f
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to cores n and bunions blo banionvi Its the greatest It t comfort rort rortcyer conic vu t
dlfcorerjr cyer of tl tbEage th ace Cures Cm and prevents rt swollen 10Ie menU en i
feet f tblstn blisters callous cUOt and sere se spots f1 Allens lcs Foot FootEase Fo Fec it itEase
Ease E i is a certain t cute for sweating sweatg hot aching achln cbI i
feet fet At t all al druggist and a shoes s stores dar 23c Z Trial Trialpackage Trl Trlpce Tr Trpackage i
package pce Le L Boy FREE FRE N Y 1bl ii Dr taiO Address Adda Alien Ale S S Oljnsted OII Olmste Olmstetie i
COE GUAfOBBIGN WEIGH COUNTRY COUNTRYThe
The Attorney AUo ney General Thus Refers Refersto Refersto Refersto
to tho Island Iland IlandIr Islandr
Mr Ir r GriKK GrIIK In an Opinion Asked for forlij
lij 1 Ii the Secretary of War pro Says ays That Thata TJnt TJntn Thatis
a n Soldier Charged Charet With Vlh Murder MurderShould Inrd4r Inrd4rShould iurdcrShould
Should Be lc Tried by Civil l Pro IroceUIJhtl Proccasltlghts ro roce
ce ceUIJhtl ccasltlghts M UlRlttM of the te 3Ian of Am AmSome Arms Arm ArmSome
Some tim tme time ago Secretary Secretry Root Rot asked askedAttorney aked akedAttorney askedAttorney
Attorney General Griggs for an opinion opinionin
in the case ce of Private Pvate John York a sol soldier soldier aoldler ¬
dier who is held at Havana on the charge chargeof chare chareor
of killing kilng a man named naed William Wiiam Fisher FisherThe FisherThe FisherThe
The point pit to be decided was wa whether York Yorkshould Yorkshould Yorkshould
should be b tried by courtmartial courtmutal or in the thecivil thecivi thecivil
civil civi courts curt of Cuba Today the Attorney AttorneyGeneral Atorney AtorneyGencral AttorneyGeneral
General submitted submited an opinion in which whic he hesays heys heanys
says saysIn ys ysIn
In the present situation siuaton of affairs atair with withregard wih wihregrd withregard
regard regrd to Cuba Cub neither neiher a courtmartial courtmartialcor courtmartal courtmartalnor
nor a mitar military commission should try pri private prlate ¬
rate ate York York Article Artcle 59 of the Articles Artcle of ofWar ofWar ofWar
War does dos not require him hi to be delivered deliveredto dellered delleredto
to the Cuban courts but it Is nevertheless neverthelessproper neverthelessproper neverthelessproper
proper to permit perit such courts court to try tr him himOn him
On the question questo of the te existence of an aninsurrection anInsurrecton aninsurrectioa
insurrection Insurrecton or a rebellion tbeJon zebel1i n In the Philip Philippines Phip PhippInes Philippines ¬
pines to which his attention alenton was wa called calledthe cled cledthe callede
the th e Attorner Alornel General said saidWithout sid sidWlthout
Without undertaking underting to t characterize characterizeprecisely characterizerecisely 1acterJe 1acterJeprecisely
precisely p the thesltuaUon situation of affairs alr in i the thePhilippines thePhlpplnes thehilippines
Philippines Phlpplnes P It seems sems to me m that if I we weshould weshold wehould
should shold s concede cnce the existence exitence there tbereot of an aninsurrection a ansurrection
inw insurrection Insurrecton in ino surrection against agnst the Government it itwould Itould
would w ould neither be b within the reals ream Intent Intentot Intentot intentf
ot o f Congress Cnges nor consistent cnsistt with the prac practice practc pracce ¬
tia tice tc ti ce concerning concrning martial mil law to say sa that thata thata thatcivil
a a civil cvi offence ofenc committed cmmted by a soldier soldierpart soldierpa soldierart
part pa p art of a Sody hy of troops tps stationed sttoned in Ma Maryland Maylanti la laryland ¬
ryland r or oPennsylnla Os Pennsylvania for service there therein thereIn thereon
in on on way connected connet with wih what was wa going goingon goingn
on 0 oe n la In the te Philippines Phippines should be b punish punished punished punishd ¬
ed e d as a prescribed prscbed in this article artcle If I Ar Article ArUcle Arcle ¬
ticle U cle 59 does dos not ot apply in Maryland aryland or orPennsylvania orPenDylTnl
Pennsylvania PenDylTnl P It seems seem to tome me that still stillless sunless
less le ss can it apply apJly In Cuba a foreign foreig coun country cun cuntr counry ¬
t
try tryAs tr ry
As A a matter mater of fact et the President Presidentstands Pesident Pesidentstnds
stands stnds s In such suc a f relation relaton to t the Cuban Cubancourts Cubn Cubncurt
courts curt c the no punishment can c be b inflict inflicted inflleted ¬
ed e d in oppiton opposition to t his will willTbe i
The opinion further states that tt the Cu Cuban Cuon Cueta ¬
ban on b eta should be b regarded rege as one whose whoserights whoe whoerights
rights r rA have ble btvTt bt bee displaced dlpla by a trustee trusteeAnd trusteeAndth
And Andth A nd the thdPredent Prvtdent P as such trustee cam camnot
ent 8uc ttee cR cRnot
not n ot oxempt the tht Army from the operation operationof Oratk
of o f former orQ Cuban Cub laws IlW8 even should shel he so soTHE s
deie d esire esireTHESTREET HJ HJT
THE T THESTREET STBEEP RE RAILWAY lAW AY BILL BILLSjntllcaf IL ILndlci
Sjntllcaf S ndlci to UeRln leJln Work ork Immediate Immediately ¬
ly I InCUrrylcsr hi ii UrrIJJ hrring Out Its I Provision ProvisionThe ProTIlonTe
The Te passage P yesterday Yeedy of the Oe Washing Washington Wahl S Sto ¬
ton to t on Traction T Uon and aD Electric Elr Companys Cmpnys bill billwherebytie bl
wherebytie wherb w herebtha syndicate YBte railways riwy may my ail be beceabiaed b bemWzsed
ceabiaed cWD co mWzsed in oe Oe Sye system under 1Dr one Oe har harBoaioiic harBDM
Boaioiic BDM m onlous mMgeaeut Igemt wa wao t6 the subject sbjet ot otdy a ofeoesal
g el eoesal e eemmea amng among bae busiaess mea t to
dy dy d ay The T quick qkk work of o getting glDg Utre Uufh UufhUte through gh ghthe
the t he bill bl Situ which wJId la I a very ery important Impt one O Ia Iavolviag laTovl
volviag Tovl v = g imu Immense public pbk and privateinter privateinterests pIvt Der Deret
ests et e ats WM generally geIJy spokes ske of o as a renarka renarkaWs r9k
Ws bs b in if act B a record re achievement acbieveraeDtOe aclvet
Oe o J sosgestioB heard ln in the l Street Ste was wasthat
that tt t tI the t ajradlcMe 1 yadicMeThaa e 1 as bad I an advantage advantagein HJtge HJtgeIn
in I n being bng largely ey an oauide ote carpomtloa carpomtloaana CtO cscpocatioand
ana a a nd thsittK t th1I if t I It bad ttd been b composed wholly whollyoC wlly wllyo
oC o o f local I f men nt its bill would wl Cp probably pby be bestill besi hatill
still si s till drugging d dmggi g along aiu in II eit committee far froc frocpassKjce tn I
passKjce p ase e The Te important Imprtaut New e York Yuk dma fioancfel nn nnle
cfel c le Bien en who are connected eDoe with w11 the th syn syndicate 5yac ¬
c d dicate icate hawwielded wll all the Influence lae laeI they theycould theyould
could c ould I bring to bear ba In its It favor tav andparenfljU aBd and ap p ppD
pD p parenfljU Jk has h been bn west n potent potentThe pet petT POtostThe
The T general g Tnersl rl feeling fulq among alg business bsJ JBP JBPregarding sa 1
regarding r the bill is that it Is o4 o4oao
lr a bl i tt a a g gr groC giod >
oao oC o ne for f the snost t part prt that tt it will wt facili facilitate leiftate c ¬
tate t e the tJe syndicate dlt in I the th carrying crrn on 0 its itsbtei It
btei b M eInee a a eM ad cannot eM hurt lurt the tl pub pb Ic IcSome k kSe
Some Se S Sp ome ito B ope Je e were inclined iD ID however bwner to topoint toput
point put p oint to t the tetK fact this Ol morning Drio that U tie tietwo e etwo
two t wo > big 1g street sre railway riway corporations cto nave navebe have y yale
be a able ale to 1 get se their thir measures meares pissed pissedwbl IUSd IUSdwbl passedhiti
wbl w hiti Congress Cr Co gress has b not n found fol time tm to con consider e eonIJer ¬
sider s th U the new telephone company bill billwhkb
soer telepne Cpa bUl bUlhk
whkb i hk i U i popularly pPldry supposed to t represent representthe reprJt reprJttme representhe
the t he peoples poples interests IBteeta spp against agaiat thoce tb them of o oae oaeof OBeaf osef
of o f the big bg corporations corporationsThe crptl
The Sdlcte syndicate will m proceed pr actively aetey to tocarry tocrr
carry crr c out the tbprovislns provisions of the bill bi as assoon a asoon
soon sn s si oon as the President Preient has signed siged it I which whichIt whichIt whicht
It It i t Is said sai will w1 probably probbly be b tomorrow tomorrowAs tomoow tomoowar tomorrowAs
As far ar sa the physical hysical operations oeration of the thesystem theystem thesystem
system throughout thrughout the District Dstrict are ae con concerned cn cneerDe concerned ¬
cerned eerDe the th new ne law will 1 have little ltte or orBO Or10cJect orno
BO 10cJect effect as a the syndicate plans plS are ae be being b beng ¬
ing in i ng carried crrie out in this regard rgr already
A great amount of executive work is
get aont I re required required required ¬
quired however and It Is thought that thatseveral thatseTeral thatseveral
several months month win wU probably probbly be consumed consumedIn Csmed CsmedIn
In the theDumerul thonuracrous numerous meetings meetnbor of directors directorssigning derectorssigning directorssigning
signing signing of otapers jjapere purchasing purc lng of outstand outstanding outtand outtandig outstandug ¬
ing ig l ug stock ana il probably legal legl proceedings proceedingsunder preing proceedingsunder
under the clause of the bill bi providing for forthe torthe forthe
the interests iteft of minority minoriy stockholders stockholdersbefore itockholdersbeforetho tokolders tokoldersbdorete
before beforetho ttio new corporation
bdorete corpration embracing embring the theentire theenUreaUy theentire
entire enUreaUy railway system sytem of the District Districtwith District District Districtwith
wit with the teecpton thecxception exception of the Capital Cpltl Traction Tractionwill Trction TrctionwI Tractionwill
will wI bestorzaally b raly In existence existenceThere existenceThere jstence jstenceThee1
There Thee1 has teen tee some sme discussion di5cusn rcgaU rrg
tog the probable 1rbble name of the te new n com company comny cornpasty ¬
pasty ny According cring to the bill bi the te Wash Washington Wa Washington ¬
ington Ingon and Great Gre3t Falls Fls Company Cmny is to tocome be become become ¬
come the C purchaser purche of all 1 the other oter tx iocn iocnpanics ia iapanles mpIEs
panics pIEs One of ee the provisions proYilons of o the te bill billis bi I Iis
is that this company may change its it name nameIf nameI S Ssees
If I it i sees ses fit ft fit The Th unofficial unofca statement is ismade 15de it I Imade
made de that th the name Iame to bo b adopted aopti will willprobably wi wil I IprobabIy
probably prbbl be b the Washington Whngo Traction Tcton TctonE an anElectric nnElectric < >
Electric E trc Company CmP this t being the name Wme of ofthe o ote I Ithe
the te present holding company compay under underwhich r rwhich
which the syndicate syndicte is operating operatingWELL oertng oertngW operadngWELL
W WELL CARED CA FOR TDKnejcttrd FORRegar OR ORReJd
nejcttrd ReJd i of the tle English EnJlh Parliament Parliamentfor Parlament Parlamentfor t tfor
for XevrHpaper XenKpoper cwspnper VorUersFrosx Workers WorkersFront orker orkerthe
Front the London Lndon Chronicle ChronicleThe Crnlcc ChronicleThe
The accommodation acmm daton provided prvid for the thepress thepres tb a apress
press pres in the te Palace Palac of Westminster Wetinter Is Isabout Isaut I S Sabout
about aut to be b enlarged by the addition addion of ofsome orsome 0 I Isome
some rooms which have become becme vacant act by bythe bythe b bthe
the retirement retrement cf c Sir R R Palgrave Palge If Ifsome I Isome
some some of Ofthe t the contemporaries contemporie ot Dickens In Inthe Inthe Ii Iithe
the gallery gler could culd c uld revisit the scene scne of their theirlabors theirlabor theI theIlabors
labors labor they theywculd would be astonished atonished at the thechanges thechanges Lb C Cchanges
changes that have h2e been ben made in the in interests interest InterestS ¬
terests terest of Journalists jourls Then only onl a a small smalldark smldark smalldark
dark lobby just just outside outide the gallery gJer was wasat eva 5 5at
at their command commad Now there ther are three thre e
large writing wring rooms roms a smoking smoking and nd read readIng tree r readtag
Ing room rm r oxu a tea room a 1 dining dinlz room with withample wit wit witample
ample kitchen kltcen accommodation accomoaton lavatories lavatoriesand S Sand
and a dressing resslngroom room a stationers shop shoppostoffxe shotpostoce
postoffxe Psotoce and a last but not least re a re refreshment retrelnnent refreshment ¬
freshment trelnnent bar hr of fair dimensions dimensionsIf dimensionsI
If I the House of Commons Commons be the worst worstclub worstcub wars warsclub
cub club 1n in London London lor its It members member this tis cer certainly certinly certainly ¬
tainly tinly is I not true tre of the press preS gallery salleryScarchliRhtn gallerySearchlIghts lery leryScnreblhtK
SearchlIghts ScnreblhtK Required at Suez SuezFrom SnezFrm SeesFinn
From Frm the t Philadelphia hlldph2 Record RecordTn Rerd Recordin
Tn order or to facIlitate belWe navigation nYltiot of the Sue SueCanal Sue SotCanal
Canal Cnl at aisht the company cmpn has hs ordered orden that tht no noship n is isship
ship shipsl shall go ro through thulb the canal cnal at night unless unlessequipped unl unto a aequipped
equipped upp with wth a searchlight shhjbt sufficiently sucentl nKt powerful powerfulto i ito
to light Ih t up the channel cne at least kt 40CO 0 feet fe pU ahead aho ahea aheain
in addition to electric elect t lights Iihts sufficiently sucenty powerful powerfulto pwerful pwerfulto i ito
to light lht up a etreuar crIa drcitat area 2rF around 2rud the th ship tbip of ofabout ofabout if ifabout
about 700 70 fret f t in diameter diameterBEEeSIAl8PSLL d diameterAii1LL meter meterBEECH
BEEeSIAl8PSLL BEEeSIAl8PSLLtaken BEECH Aii1LL Aii1LLtaken MS PillS
t
tken taken at night wi will make you youfeel youfcel
t feel right rght act right and look l lookright ok okt
I right right They cure cur Constipation Constipation1O Conspatkm ConspatkmlOcoDtQudDleDt Constipationoataandeaeents
t I 1O lOcoDtQudDleDt cont3 oataandeaeents and 21 cents nt n neoildmugslorrm nil al clrujr drstor stores j 1 1DISCOVERED 1
DISCOVERED AT LAST LASTA
A headache bclce wer powder that t1t relieves rI ein in all caset C3 cas ar arHeadache
Headache Headche or 01 Neuralgia Nf1Ia Ask U your y druggist dr for forWALTR I Dr
WALTERS WALTR POWDERS rWDE Insist Wt oa o baring hnio them te the in inonly
only ont Be sure s they t are Walters Wales package pwe of three threepowders t tin en enp9wdcts
powders Mailed Y2ill t to any addrcu ad for 10 cents ct centsWalter
Walter Waler Chemical Co Coje2tf COjet Coje2rt
je2tf jet SOI O1 Fourandahalf FoaahJ St 51 St a s l W D a C C
I I The Best Trousers Trusers in theCty the City for forI for5ZOOM i
I i o + 500 5 5ZOOMMade 00 i I Io IMade
e sorted Made Checks from a n a selected sell ted stock of Striped Stiped Worsteds ort d and as assorted a assorted
Our Stylish Stlsh Summer Suits for fori
f i I 18 20 and 25 25from 25from k f ffrom
from most anjTstyle ani stle of goods gods and are unsurpassed unsurpass as a to fit ft ftand fitand o oand
and workmanship workm ship These Suits Suis are up to the notch in every everydetail everydetai everydetail
detail detai and a trful trial will wi convince convince you ou that they are ae just what whatwe ht htwe J Jwe
we represent them to be beAI beAIi beAl beAlThe Al AlI
I The S Barnhartt Tailoring Co CoI
I 528 Twelfth Street N W Wt Wri
t i I n ri i Opposite Opposie Columbia Theatre Thahe 1 T 1 t
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HANNA II ANA AND THE MILLS MILLSOhios TILhios
Ohios O hios Senator Belittles Belites the Shut ShotDown ShutDon ShutDown
Down of Steel Works Worksates Vork
Gates G ates 7 as Blamed nll d for Depressing DeprJh the theMarket thelarket theMarket
Market larket But the Republican nelublenn Leader LeaderThinkK L LeaderThInks nder nderThink
ThInks Think the Su Supeldon Suspension pen ion Only Onl Tem Temporary TempornryHe TernporaryIle ¬
porary pornryHe He Says 507 Prosperity Prollperly Will AVI11Continue WillContinueIreuldent 11 11ContnuelrldentGo2
Continue ContnuelrldentGo2 ContinueIreuldent Ire Ident C Garys ry rySenator h lesv lesvSenator T TSnat
Senator Snat Hanna does do not DQ think thik there Is Ismuch I Imuch isuch
much m uch If 1 any Y significance slgUcee in the shutting shuttingdown sbutib sbutibdiwn shuttingown
down diwn d own of the Illinois llol Steel StoelCompanyS Companys Compys mills mlilsat mUlsat millst
at at a t South Suth Chicago Chlc He said s this tl morning moraiagit mori
it I i t was wa possible posible that tt the recent peculiar peculiaroperaUoes pr properaUoB peculiarperadoaa
operaUoB o operaUoes of John Joh Vf iS Gates Gate President Pilet of ofthe orth ofhe
the th t he American AmeIC Wire Ire and aD Nail 1 Company Companyhad Cmpluty Cmplutyha
had ha h ad bad a depressing dereig effect ete in the steel steelmarket stel stelmaket
market maket m arket and had hd probably probby can c caused by IY IYto buyers r rto
to t o withhold wiho their teir orders ore during derng a tailing falltegmarket talmb talmbmrke tailingarket
market mrke m arket but there was wa nothing netg t te Icdicate Icdicatethat lucte luctetht IcJlcatehat
that tht t hat the era er of commercial cmmeral a aB and d IndustrIal iadastrlalprosperity lehltil lehltilprporiy IndustrIalrosperity
prosperity prporiy p was ws coming eln te t aa a end eadThe e endThe
The Senator Setr said s that there t r w w wee DO DOfalling D DtaJlg noalling
falling taJlg f fw off o In i the demand deJK far te steel but butwhen IMItwhen huthen
when w hen prices Were failIng e elf It was o OBIT onlyatural Iy Iynatural
I
natural D3t n ral fr by buyers rs to witfcfceW their or orders 01dars orora ¬
ders d ora in aaUcipatJoa of raakios their per purchases JMlr1 perhines ¬
c c chases ues when lten the lowwater mark te prices priceswas priceswas pricesas
was w as reached reachedIt re reachedIt cltei1 cltei1It
It Is sIne cestomary at serials pert periode perfods pertde
ode o de added Senator Ha Hams aa for works of ofthat otthat ofthat
that character to shutd sIIuLdown shetdwu Wtt Lee f repairs repairsand repairsand repairsnd
and a nd far other legitimate IEgitl aJe usia usiaI sla8 5 r8He1t5 r8He1t5I ressensunderstand
I understand that UiIlHaote eoiapftsy eoiapftsyhas eoIBtIA8yItas eopayas
has h as a large stock ef material mitt risl OB band aad aadorders aadorders andorders
orders are stow in edntoe e rillDg ia just DeW aewThere newhere
T There is nothing seasalifcaal al or ahtrxteg ahtrxtegset JanBh1 JanBh1aacl alerssilignd
aacl a nd Ute 1l shutting 1lttiag downof al the JBUIs iIIe does ftSDet doesot
set n ot Indicate that ceauaeBCtal c a8 c da1 prosperity is isebbing Isebbing isbbing
e ebbing away awayPresWeat awayPresI4ent 0
PresWeat t Gary of tee Federal Steel SteelCeeapaay SteelCelBpaay Steeloespany
Ceeapaay C oespany correctly eorreetl tafrmmr the situatIon sitBaUenHe sltltaUenHe situatIonHe
He puts it ore ore eeBCi5 coarisajy than I nun eR and andbe aDdbe ande
be h e predicts that the ahut akatdowa wm is but buttemporary buttemperary butemporary
temporary t am < work will itUf be recanted by bytbe bTUte byhe
Ute t he middle of the mooetf mOat mOatThe mooetfThe P PTe
The statement st meat of President Elbert H HGary HGary Hary
Gary G ary of the Federal St S ei Company which whichcoaurolc ch chcontro
controls the Illinois Steel CoMpuys mills millsat ills illsat tlist
at a t South Chicago C1I te which Mr KrIlaa llama re referred referred ¬
ferred f Ic as follows followsTbe fo2kwsrhe oIlowsme
Tbe rhe Illinois min Steel Steel Corasany t COOIpS V iy Y baa dosed dosedits cJoeelIts clonedts
its i ts plate and Wag al atills partly rt1y because becauseit 1
it I t was as fouad tea necessary to make repairs and andpartly aDdpartly
partly p because orders were rather slow in incoasias laCOI
coasias COI c I along J just st BOW 1 Ve e are act likely likelyto likelyto
to t o shut down for more tb t1aLa a a brief period periodWe periodWe partedWe
We pro propose e to keep oar o rTneJtDry fnf ectory of stock stocksubstantially stocksUD8taJlUally
substantially s acrmaL Oar other mill Drills have havework inwork
work oa band for several several i months to cone coneTbe eomeTite
The Milwaukee mills are ar Easy sy with orders ordersand onIersand
and s uet conditions eoadtt l01Is generally are r Quite up to toexpectations toexPCCtaUon5
expectations e We e expect to reopen our Jo Joliet 10lIet SoBet
liet milks by oy the middle raiddlstot of this month monthA DMtRtkA
A despatch d h from Jotfet Joh Jo4t t III says that thatthe tlIatthe thatthe
the Merchant Mill Ull of tke Illinois Steel SteelCompany SteelCompany t1 t1Compauy
Company started sta ed up yesterday y stenlaY giving givingempieyaeat glTlagemJMeyDtellt givingemployment
empieyaeat employment to 59 5I meat The company of officials efticials ofdetaIn ¬
detaIn say the mill icU n UL1run run during the tbesummer tlesummer thesummer
summer It is ruiaorejI rumoregh rumoree He rod mills and aadconvener alldconVfl1er andconverter
convener wilt also resume reS resIb uHt operatives operativesAt sown 808ftAt sownAt
At the Americas Tiaplate Works the thehot thehot thehot
hot mills also started up aDd the en entire entire entire ¬
tire plant is once e more in operation fur feraisaiBg ftrnlshlcg furnishlag
aisaiBg work w rk for 363 men menBIOTOTJS menRIOTOUS menBIOTOUS
RIOTOUS FOWL POWI1ctn FXTT TTTt n nIct
1ctn Ict oC a Millionaire Deported for forLife forLlfe forLife
Life LifeThe LlfeFtoM LifeFrorn
FtoM Frorn tM t1Ucap Cb Ss SsThe c cThe
The aatiaoise crusade inaugurated by byDr hyDr byDr
Dr Jones the original or liaal antinoise man and aadseised andseized andseized
seized upon with avidity by tile city coun council councll cooncii
cil is responsible r iOBsibie for sentence ten e of banish banishmeat banishmeat i imeat
meat passed today upon three proud and andlustyvoiced alHllustyvoiced andlustyvoiced
lustyvoiced roosters belonging dog U to > Joy JoyMorion JO JoyMorton I IIorton
Morton the millionaire millioo re salt dealer dealerTbe dealerTbe deaIerThe
Tbe fowls tow Is which w ich have hitherto lt rto been a apert aper apert
pert of a household ho of pets bele9S belonging Bg to toMr tolli toMr
Mr Mortons son sonS Sterling named for his hisfamous l1isfamous hisfamous
famous Nebraska ebraska grandfather have ha be become become becaine ¬
come the subject of information lodged lodgedwith lodgedwith lodgedwith
with Chief of o Police Kipley As a result resultthey reswltthey resultthey
they will no longer liftv JUt their voices in inhappy Inhappy Inhappy
happy chorus nor scratch the inviting gra gravel grael graret ¬
ret el in exclusive Groveland Park but are aredoomed arecootmd aredoomed
doomed to spend the balance ot o their days daysin ys ysIn
In exile at Mr r Mortons Nebraska farm farmThis farmThis farmThis
This fate or a worse one one the ax ax was sag saggested sugeted auggested
gested by the police and Master Sterling Sterlingchose Sterlingchest Sterlingchose
chose exile AH 11 that now delays execu execulion execution execuLion
lion ol the verdict is the completion of a aerate a acrate
crate In which the brightly plumed birds birdsW1J1 I Iwill
will be deported deportedI deportedSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESTHE SOTICESTHE tOTlCCsTHEMEMBERS
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THE THEMEMBERS MEMBERS OF MT VERSION YEIL Oo COUX COUXcil COUocll COUNI
cil No 10 Jr 0 U A M M are arerequesteil arerequesteilto requested I
requestedI
to attend the funeral tuneralo of our deceased deceasedBrother deceasedBrother deceasedBrother I
Brother Walter S S Ayres at his late real residence realdance
dance 428 4 8 New XewJerseY Jersey Avenue enue northwest northwestWcd northwestWediesday
Wednesday Wcd es y June 6 at t 2 p m Sister SIstercouncns SisterT
councils are cordially invited By order of orthe otthe T
the council J W SMALXWOOD SMALXWOODItem S SMALLWOODitem ALLWOOD ALLWOODtem
Item Recording Secretary Secrcta SecrctaEDlCAL SecretaryMEDICAL
MEDICAL EDlCAL and Dental Departments of the taeNational theatlonal theNational
National = University UntTersltyThe The sixteenth aa aDnual annual
nual commencement Will be held heldWEDNESDAY heJelWEDXESDAY heldWEDNESDAY
WEDNESDAY JUKE JU E 6 AT 8 OCLOCK OCLOCKP
P M at the National Theatre Members Membersof embers embersot
of the medical and dental professions proCe aIons = anti aadtha aZk1the L Lthe
the public are invited to attend je5tTHE 1e52t jedtTHE 1e52tTHE
THE ANNUAL AX UAL MEETING OF THE THEstockholders THEstockholders I Istockholders
stockholders ot the Commercial Fire FireInsurance FireInsurance FirsInsurance
Insurance Company of o the District of ofColumbia otColumbia ot otColumbia
Columbia will be held at the office oce of the thecompany theI 1 1company
I company No 525 25 11th it at RW on THURS THURSDAY tIHJRSDAY tHURSDAY ¬
DAY JUNE JtT E 7 1900 for the election of offifteen otfltteen ot otfifteen
fifteen trustees to serve serv tin th ensuing year yearPolls yearPolls yearPolls
Polls open from 12 Jo 2 20cloek oclock p m mTransfer mTranster rnTransfer
Transfer books will 11l b closed from June
4 to 7 inclusive Inc1nslveu Inc1nslveJOHX InclusiveJOHN u ft ftJOHN
JOHN W SCHAEFER SCHAEFERje43t SCHAEFERje43l SCHAEFERje43t
je43t T Secretary SoeretaryDIJED SteretaryDIED SecretaryDIED
DIED DIJEDI DIEDJlJsTLOSSuddenIY DIEDI1ASTLTCSSizddenly
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lax at his late raideacr JIlt K Rwest Street nell nellwest rth rthi II
i west Comrade C lI112de SILAS MT Ii HASTINGS n1srl GS aged s d fifty fiftyi f filtyfour ty tyfour
i four yearsFuneral yea yeaFuneral years yesraFuneral
Funeral from his < late lat re r nescscv id 1Itt Tuesday June 5 5I 5lr
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lr Members bea beaf of f Barrtside d Ton P G A K f u far aj ajpossible a apossible a
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