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mER 1523 WASHINGTON FRIDAY JUNE 15 l 1i 1900 PRICE ONE CENT
CHINBSE MOB IN CONTROL CONTROLTicntsiu
Ticnfsiir Authorities Unable to toCheck toCheck
Check Disorderly Natives NativesCon NatiOesConllnl
Conllnl Con nl Racffdalc Notifies Xotl es the State StateDepartment StnteDepnrtnlent1or
Department Depnrtnlent1or DCpartrnentFor1gners ForclRrnera lltn rlt Safe Up US to totheTime iotl1eTlale totlteTlpte
theTime the Despatch 1Va Oall SentIndication SentI Sent
Indication I cUealoa That That Rear Admiral Admiraltjl dmlral
tjl 1 e eiupn pir p Erpectn Serloua Trouble Troubler TroubleRenjeyto Trouble10Scntl
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> Renjeyto iw7to 10Scntl Send the Iris From Ca CnVUe
cite to Taku With OUh Coal and Store Storefor Storell1or
for SIne Hundred Men IcnThe The York Yorktown ort orttown
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town at Chefoo CheCooTrooPM TroopB Likely to toRe toe
Re e Sent Front the Philippine PhilippineThe 10hUlplJlneJlThe PhilippInesThe
The situation in China Is growing stead steadily steadIly ¬
ily worse and the State War oar and Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartment
Department officials are becoming thor thoroughly thoro1ly ¬
oughly alarmed alarmedThe alarmedThe abrmedno
The following despatch was received this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon by Secretary Hay HayTientsin HayTientsin
Tientsin June 14 1900 1900Mob 1900ob
Mob ob In control of city Authorities Authoritiesappear Authoritiesappear
appear ppear unable to do anything For Foreigners Foreigners Forcigners ¬
eigners thus far sate
RAGSDALE RAGSDALEUnited RAGSDALEUnited
United States Stat s Consul ConsulThe ConsulTh
I IIh
The Ih following despatch was received at atthe atthe
the Navy Department this morning morningCavlte morningC1vlte
Cavlte June 15 1900 1900Bureau 1900Bureau
Bureau of Navigation Washington WashingtonAt 3shlngton 3shlngtonAt
At KempJTs request shall send sendIris sendJrls
Iris to Takir about 20th with coal and andstores andstores andstores
stores for 900 men for three months monthsREMEY monthsRE
REMEY REMEYThis RE IE IEThis
This message Is i regarded as meaning that thatRear thatRear
Rear Admiral Kempff expects a continu continuance continuance ¬
ance of serious trouble with the Boxers Boxersand Boxeaand Boxcsand
and Is preparing for It ItTho ItTho itflo
Tho Tho Yorktown arrived at Chefoo Che oo this thismorning thismornIng
morning according to advices received ct ctthe Itthe atthe
the Bureau of Navigation but no word has hasbeen hubeen hasbeen
been heard from Rear Admiral Kempff KempffIt KemptJl
It was stated at the War ar Department to today today ¬
day that Secretary Root had held a two twohour twohour
hour interview with the President as a re result result reult ¬
sult ult of which It was W decided that In case of ofhostilities ofhostilities
hostilities In Pekln General MacArthur MacArthurwas lacArthurwas
was to be Instructed to forward 1000 trcops trcopsto treopsto
to Taku to be disposed of by Minister MinisterConger lInlsterConger
Conger CongerCommunication CongerCommunication CongerCommunication
Communication appears to be still cut cutoff cutoff
off or on all lines leading to Pckin Minister MinisterConger 1UnisterCongcr MinistexConger
Conger has not been heard from since sinceTuesday sinceTuesday i
iL
Tuesday and an attempt made to reach him himby himby bitsby L
by the State Department yesterday failed failedA failedA
A high official of the State Department Departmenteaid DepartmentsnId
said today todll that the reports of large num numbers numbers numbers ¬
bers bers of o Boxers gathering south southof of Pekin and andthat andthat an I
II
that all foreign legations were were barricaded barricadedshowed barricadedshowed barricadedshowed I
showed that serious trouble might be ex expected expected expected ¬
pected within a few days daysThere daysThere daysThere
There will probably be a good deal of ofbloodletting ofbloodletting o r rbloodletting
bloodletting before this matter Is set settled settled settied ¬
tled said he and we are rather In Inclined IncHned indined ¬
dined to be prepared for It In the event eventof eventof even L Lof
of a horrible massacre and I believe such suchthings suchthIngs 1 1things
things are contemplated our interests interestswould Interestswould I Iwould
would remain remt n helpless and unprotected for fortwo fortwo foi r rtwo
two weeks until untU troops could be had from fromMacArthur from1lacArthur t tlacArtbur
MacArthur Therefore we e are inclined to toland toland t tland
land at least one regiment at Taku to an anticipate antIcIpate anticlptito ¬
ticipate any trouble troubleThis troubleThis troubleThis
This Government was not asked con concerning concerning ¬
cerning the further landing of o Russian Russiantroops Russiantroops Russiantroops I
troops and guns at Taku The only com communication communication cornmunicatlon ¬
munication had between the United States Statesand St1tesand Stateiand
and other powers came In the form of ofInterrogations ofInterrogations ol olInterrogations
Interrogations as to our course in the thematter thematter liii
matter I am confident that Russia acted actedwith actedwltb actecwith 1
with the full consent of the other pow powers powers powerg ¬
ers While the United States was not notasked notasked not notasked
asked for and did not grant this consent consentIt consentit
It Is very Cry evident that Minister Conger Congeracted Congeracte Congaacted
acted acte concurrently with other powers in inmaking inmaking it 1 1making
making no objection objectionCONSIDERED objectionCONSIDERED objectionCONSIDERED
CONSIDERED BY THE CABINET CABINETRelief CABINETRellet CABtNETflelief
Relief McaMnrcft Iean reM for American In InChina InChinn Ii a aChina
China Thoroughly 1hr01l hlY Discussed DiitcuHHedThe Dl DiscussedThe euMMed euMMedThe
The Cabinet at its meeting this morning morningpaid mornIngpnld mornin g gaid
paid aid almost undivided undivided attention alt ntlon to mean measures mcp mcpures ¬
ures for the relief of the Americans In InChina InChinn L LChina a
China The Oriental situation ie deemed deemedby deerneby med medby
by the members of the Administration to tobo tobe 0 0be
be of o the utmost gravity Nothing has hasbeen hasbeen ha S Sbeen
been heard from Minister Conger at Pe Pekin Pekin PtItin ¬
kin for some time The silence can cat be beaccounted beaccounted b C Caccounted
accounted for only by th cutting off of all allcommunication aUcommunication al i icommunication
communication out of tbo Chinese capital capitalSecretary capitalSecretary capitaSecretary
Secretary Long laid before b ftre the Cabinet all allthe allthe al II IIthe 1
the Information that he tad concerning the therelief thereUee Ut e erelief 5
relief of the beleigured foreigners Ho is isIn isIn S Sin
In a position to tend 300 more marines at atonce atonce a aonce
once and plans aro being laid to despatch despatchadditional despatcbadditional despatcadditional j
additional troops from Cavitc to join the thorelief thereIlef th 0 0relief >
relief column Thus far it seems that the thereenforcements theJeenforcements th 0 0xeenforcements 3
reenforcements which the Administration Administrationwill a ae1ll i
will withdraw from the Philippines will be belimited belimited b e elimited
limited to the marines marinesAdmiral marinesAdmiral marinesAdmiral
Admiral Crowninshleld was called Into Intothe Intothe lot 0 0the
the conference of the Cabinet by secretary Secretai a T
Long to furnish Information as to the theresources thertFourCes th C Cresources 5
resources of the Navy On account of his hisposition hIsposItion hi a aposition 3
position as Chief of the Bureau of Naviga Navigation Navigation Narigaflon ¬
tion the admiral was in position postion to t give giveaccurate giveacurte gis 0 0tecurato
accurate acurte knowledge of the time tme required reuird to todespatch todepath t 0 0despatch
despatch depath relief relef to Taku TakuKTTJVrTD Taku Taku1T TakuKILLED
KILLED 1T n BY THE T BOXERS BOXEESA BOX BOXA
A Boston Woman ooman the Victim letD of Chl ChlIICHC ChlIl I Islese
IICHC Il Me FnuntlclHBOSTON FnuntelMm FnuntelMmBOSTON FnuntlclH FaunticismBOSTON
BOSTON June 15 ISDr Dr Edna Edna G Terry Terrywhoo Ter r rboee
whoS whoo boee murder by the Boxers Boxer is reported reportedwas rported rportedS I Iwas
was S from Boston BO ton and bad been In China Chinaas Chinaa Chin a aas
as a a a missionary since 1SS7 She went from fromthe fromte trot n nthe
the te New England branch brncb of the Womens Women S
Foreign Missionary Misiolar Society of the Metho Methodist MethocUst Metbcdist ¬
dist cUst Episcopal Episopal Church Her destination destinationwas destnato destnatowa n nteas
was wa Tsun Hua where here she began begn the firet firetmccical frt frtmeClc1 fire firemeClcal
mccical meClc1 work undertaken undorken by a woman In Inta t a athat
that ta city clt She opened a hospital hosial and ad dis dispensary dbpenry I Ipensary ¬
pensary and began the work of training tralnin C
nurses nursesAn nures nursesAn
An n achievement achievement that had ha made her fa famous famous Iamans ¬
mous among amng the Methodist Methoist missionaries miionares In ii a
China was her Journey of 1200 lw miles In a
Chinese Cinese cart cat during which she exercised ii
bar be medical knowledge for the alleviation aleviation alleviatlo exercsed
pf the physical pbyslcl sufferings sufering of the people
A After er four years of untiring labors labor Dr DrTerry Drerry Di r
Terry erry was permitted to return to the
w ermited retur Unit United Uni L Lsd ¬
ed States on a leave of absence and In I a
1891 191 she paid a visit viit to her home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The home directors dlrcctor of the th missionary missionarysociety mIssionay mIssionaysciety missionas 5 5society
society sciety held hel her in the highest esteem esteemand esteemad estee in inand
and ad say sy of her that no missionary misiona of their theIrrd the ir
board rd had hada a more successful succe6 ul record recordIlarconrt recordJareourt recordliarcourt
Ilarconrt Jareourt Not to Retire RetireLONDON Retre RetreLO RetireLONDON
LONDON LO DO June 15 15Sir Sir William WUlam Vernrn VernrnHarcourt Vern Vern n nnarcourt aIlarcourt
Harcourt formerly the Liberal Lberl leader in inthe Inthe I In Inthe
the House of Commons denies the state statement statement t tbent ¬
ment that lie Is to retire retre from political poUtcl al 1
life at the close of the present session of
Parliament ParliamentSpecial Prlament PrlamentID Parliamentpecinl
Special ID elnl OrKnnlcatlon Or anlnton Train Prnissto aln to Phil Philadelphia Phi i indelphin ¬
adelphia via 11 Pennsylvania 10ennsylvnnln Rail Railroad Rl I Iroad ¬
road roadFor roadPer oad oadFr
For Fr tbe accommodation l < mmton of members rm B and Snd friends Irj frien 15
cf the te Blaine ndne Invincitilcc InncLlr Virginia ni Republican RrbUcn RrbUcnoton Republic
Association oton National atonl Liberty UbCrJ League and Vir Virginia V Vgfttia Ir Irefnla r ¬
ginia Republican Repubtcn League ge to the Xatioaal tioZ1 Republic Republican Republ ic icso ¬
pblc pblcan
an Convention Cnvnton special 1 lal train trln will wi wil leave l ve Washing Wain Wasbit is ¬
ton tn 9 a n m > Monday ondT June June 19 18 J round rund trip tripCan tripCn tripCnn
Can You lIve DI e SO S Feet KcetThe I FeetThe eetr eetre
The e Thompsons Tompn do at t Chesapeake Ct e Beach daily dalI ly
J cny
150 90 and nd 730 1120p p ra raOntoftovrn mOntQ1tonn atOutoftown
Ontoftovrn OntQ1tonn Lumber Ilnycrn Ducr alway alwayft nlnaTI nlsr r rirt
ft AOo r k Cu best bt service lmie with wih the oUcstTfinn OJCt f F F Libbey Lbbey Libt ey
ANXIETY IN LONDON LONDONLade LONDONLnclc
XlE I
Lade L ack of Information Informnton From China ChinaCnnncn ChinnCnnscs ChinaCauses
Cnnncn Cnnscs UnenHln UneaMlutJ UneaMlutJLONDON Uneasiness UneasinessLONDON H HLONDON
LONDON LONDON June une 15 15The The actual condition conditionof conditon conditonof
of o f affairs aalr in the disturbed dIsturbe districts dlstrlct of Chi China Chino ¬
na no n a Is a matter matter of conjecture but the worst worstIs worstfeared orst orstIs
Is iste feared It Is is believed beUeve here that when whentelegraphic whentelegraphic whenlegraphic
telegraphic te tere communication communicaton has been beenrestored beenrestored beenstored
restored re stored details of many outrages outrges upon uponforeigners uponforeiger
foreigners foreiger fo will wl be b forthcoming forthcomingA
A despatch depatch frwn fI Tentin Tientsin says that that the thejealousy thejelousy thealousy
jealousy jelousy je alousy on the tbe part of Russian Ruian and French Frenchauthorities Frenchauthorte Frenchuthorities
authorities authorte a on account of r f the supposed fa facilities fa facIte Iauties ¬
cilities cIte d uties granted grnt to the English EgUsh by the the Brit British BritIsh Brith ¬
I ish isb is h employes emplore of the Chinese Chlnte railways riways has hasbeen hasben haseen
been ben b een growing constantly and ad reached a n cli climax cl cliax ¬
max ma m ax Wednesday when Inspector Insptor Weir re refused re reused ¬
fused fus f used to hand bad over over an engine enge to some someFrench sma smaFrech somerench
French Frech F rench marines mrne One of Q the latter later at attempted attempted atempted ¬
tempted t to bayonet Mr Mr Weir but but the theweapon theeapon
weapon w eapon passed over his shoulder shoulderPrompt shoulderPrmpt shoulderPrompt
Prompt Prmpt action aton by the British Brish naval and andconsular nndcnsfar andonsutar
consular cnsfar c authorities autholes backed up by the theAmerican theAmercn
American Amercn A merican Consul Conul brought about abut a con conciliatory conciatory ¬
ciliatory ciatory c settlement sttement of o the affair affairAt atalr atalrAt
At a ameetng meeting of o the Cabinet Cbct In Paris Paristoday Pris PristOuy
today tOuy t M I Delcasse Delcasse the Minister 2lnlster of For Foreign For Foreign ¬
eign e ign Affairs AfaIr confirmed confed the report reprt that thatthe thatthe
the t he telegraph lines lne to Pekin had been ben cut cutHe cuLHe
He H e stated stte that no despatches had been beenreceived beenreceve
received receve r from M L PIchon the French Fench Am Ambassador Ambssaor ¬
bassador bssaor b to China since sinc June 12 12A 12
A Berlin despatch to the Magdeburg MagdeburgGazette Mcgeburg McgeburgGazetc
Gazette Gazetc G azette says says it is regarded there as a a agood agood
good g ood omen n that the Boxer troubles in 1 Chi China Chlnaare ¬
na naare n it are confined confned to the province of PeChl PeChlLl PeCh
Ll Ll L i Meanwhile eanwhUe however Germany Gerany has de decided decde ¬
cided cde c ided that it is necessary neeSEO to send reen reenforcements reenfocements ¬
forcements f orcements to Taku where 2COO 2CO more Rus Russian RU5sian Rusian ¬
sian s ian troops are expected and the Germans Germanswho Germansvho
who w ho it was originally orIginaly intended to with withdraw withdraw ¬
draw d raw have received fresh orders order to remain remainOTIS remainOI
OTIS OI DAY IN I ROCHESTER ROCHESTERParade ROCTE ROCTEPara BOCBISTEBarade
Parade Para P tIe ami nm II lultluet llziniuet ii < iuet In the Major MajorGeneral 31nJorGelernl
General Gelernl Honor HonorROCHESTER liolor liolorROCHESER
ROCHESTER ROCHESER June 15 15The The celebration celebrationin celebrtion celebrtionIn
in I n honor of the homecoming of Major MajorGeneral Iajor IajorGonerl
General Gonerl G eneral Elwell ElweU S Otis Is I in progress here heretolay heretola
tolay tola t The city Is well wel decorated decoratedGeneral decorte
General Geneal Otis who stopped stpped off at this city citya ciy ciya
a week ago on his hl way to Washington to toconfer toconfe
confer confe c with wih President Pident McKinley 1lcKnley returned returnedlast retureo
last l ast night In a a special spebl car cr To4ay Toay when whenhe whenhe whenie
he l ie placed plae himself hImsel in the bands hans of the com committee commlteo ¬
mittee mlteo of arrangements arrngement a majorgen majorgenerals major majorgenrals en eneras ¬
erals eras e rals salute slute of thirteen thirten guns was wa fired firedAt tre
At an early hour the Ninth Inth Regiment Regimentof
of the Pennsylvania National Guard GuarOrenched Guaraeached j
reached r the city clt from Wllkesbarre Wlkebre The TheSixtyfifth h hSbtffth
Sixtyfifth Sbtffth National atlonal Guard from Buffalo Buffaloarrived Butalo ButaloarrIved
arrived a soon after Twelve hundred
son afer hunde regu regular reg ¬
lar t ar troops trops from various parts of the State Statehave Stte Sttehave
have have been ben in camp cmp at one of the city cityparks ciy ciyparks
parks all l the week week Col Edward Moale loale Is IsIn IsIn Isn
In i n command Three companies cmpanies of infant infantry Inflnt Inflntry ¬
ry and the regimental band are from fromPlattsburg tromPlattburg
Plattsburg Plattburg Barracks Barrcks two companies companie from fromFort fromFort
Fort Ontario one from Madison adlsn Barracks Barracksand Brrcks Brrcksand
and two from fo Fort Columbus Columbu A detail detailfrom detai detailfrom
from Governors Island with wlb Lieutenant LieutenantI Leutenant LeutenantBotford LieutenantBotaford
I Botsford Botford in charge two heavy hear batteries bteries of ofhea
1 heavy hea artillery arIery one from Fort Hancock Hancockand H ncock ncockand
and one from Fort Wadsworth 01dsworth and Mc McCombs e
Combs Cmbs Battery Bater of the Seventh Artillery Artilleryfrom ArtUel
from Washington D C comprise the de detail de dotail ¬
tail tU The Marine Band arrived arred from fromWashington rom romWashingon
Washington Washingon last night and gave gve a I concert concertthis concet concetthis concertthis
this morning morningAt morningAt morningAt
At 2 oclock ocock there will be b a parade In Inwhich inwhich
which General Genrral Otis will w1 ride at the head headescorted hed hedescorted headescorted
escorted by b the Marine Band and regulars regularsStands reglas reglasStands
Stands have been erected erete at almost every overyeoncelvablo cerycnnclvable
conceivable cnnclvable place along the line of o march marchThousands marchThouads
Thousands Thouads of visitors vIsiors crowd the city ciy thor thoroughfares thorougbfares thorougbfares ¬
ougbfares The schools will have chil children chi ¬
dren in the parade prade and local national nationalguardsmen nationalguardsmen nationalguardsmen
guardsmen and Civil Civi and Spanish Spansh war vet veterans vetcmos et eterans ¬
erans will UI turn tur out outThe out
The old 149th Regiment recruited reruied in inthis Inthis
this city ciy for the Civil Cvi War WarS and in which whichGeneral whichGenerl
General Generl Otis Ots rose roe to lieutenant leutenant colonel colonelwill colonelwl
will wl tender him a reception epton immediately immediatelyafter Immeiately Immeiatelyafer tmmedtatel3after r
after afer the parade parade Fifteen Fifeen bands bnds will wl give giveconcerts giveconcerts giveconcerts
concerts this evening Fireworks FirewOk will vU be beshown beshown
shown on four floats foat on the Genrsec GenrsecRiver Genlsea GenlseaRiver GenesecRiver
River RiverAt RiverAt RiverAt
At 630 oclock there will be a banquet banquetPresident banquetPresident
President Henry B n Hathaway of o the theChamber theChamber theChamber C
Chamber of Commerce will wl presldp presldpCharles presldp presIdrCharles I IChares
Charles Chares J J Bissell Ds l a a a wellknown weIknow lawyur lawyurwill 1 lawyurwill r II
will wI be toastmaster General Generl Joe Wheeler Wheelerwill tvheeletwill eler elerwi
will wi respond to the toast General Otis Otisand 0thand 1 1I
and his hi Record Recrd Dr David J Hill HI of ofWashington of1Yashhtn o oWashington
I Washington 1Yashhtn Assistant Assistnt Secretary Secretar of State Statewill Statewi Statewill
will wi speak on Our National atonal Develop Development Development Developmeat ¬
ment Hon J Sloat Fassett of Elmira Elmlrawill Elmirawl Elmirawill
will wl speak on 0 Expansion Expansin and Hon Jaxei JaxeiS jame jameS
S Sherman of f Utica Utic on The Te Begin Beginning Beginnig BeginCElRCE ¬
ning ningCHiraCH nig nigCHURCH
CHURCH TROUBLE TOULE AT HOME ROM ROMClerle BOMBClerleels
dcrlccla Clerle ls Prevent a Reformed Cntho Cntbole Cutbolb
He le lb 1rlent Irl Mt Prom Preaching PrcaohlnprROME Prenchln PrenchlnRO PreachingROME
ROME RO IE June 15 ISThe The Clericals ClerIcls last lst night nightprev nigh t tprevented
prevented prev nted the holding of a private meeting meetingat meetng meetngat meetiniat
at the American Methodist 11ethodlt Church Church at atwhIch a t twhIch
which a reformed reonned Catholic Ctholc priest of the te tenao Ut e ename
name nao of Miraglla lrgla was to speak During Durng DurIu g
the excitement exciement many women became beCme panic panlcctrlcken p3nlc p3nlcItlcken panicstricken
stricken Itlcken and tbe police polce were called cled in i to toclear toclear ti ticlear
clear the church churchThe
churc
The Te Americans here deplore deplor the pro pr prolonged
longed absence of the United Unite States Am Ambasfdor Ambassador
bassador bassadorDIED basfdor basfdorDID bassadorDEED
DIED DID IN D A SLEEPING SLIG CAB CABFormer CA CAFornler CABFormer
Former Captain of the EIInorth EIInorthZounvcs Ellsworth EllsworthZouavca t touzscea
Zouavca ouzscea Expires In AVlnconnln AVlnconnlnKENOSHA VisconsinKENOSHA Ieonln IeonlnK
KENOSHA K OSHA WIs WIs June 15 15John John H HDonlln HDonln I IDonlin
Donlln Donln a wealthy wealhy Chlcaco contractor contrctor and andInsurance andInsurance an I IInsurance
Insurance adjuster ndjulter died suddenly in a asleeping 0 0sleeping asleeping
sleeping car cr just before his train trin reached reachedthis reachedthis fi fithis
this city ciy last lat evening His death is sup supposed suppoed supped ¬
posed poed to have been caused by heart dis disease dlsf8se discase ¬
ease f8se f8se11r easeMr
Mr Donlin was wa for three tree years yars captain captainof captin captinof a aof
of the celebrated Ellsworth Elsworth Zouaves ZouavesTO ZouavesTO ZouavesQ
TO Q POBoHI OR OB5 A 1VA EIVAL CHAPTER CT CTIrs CHAPTERMr
Mr Mrs Irs Springer Sprlnser of Chi Chicago en so Applies Appliesfor Applcs Applcsfor S Sfor
for n D A n n Charter CharterCHICAGO ChurterCHICAGO CharterCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 15 1SIr 15ttrs Mrs Warren WarrenSpringer WarrenSprnger a aSpringer
Springer Sprnger wife wie of the millionaire milonaire Is trying tryingto tring tringto tryin tryinto
to secure a charter cater from Washington Wahigon for for a anew anew a anew
new Chicago chapter of the Daughters Daugbter of ofthe ofthe o t tthe
the American Amercan Revolution Revoluton The Chicago Chicagochapter CblcagoI a achapter
I chapter D A R R IL of 700 members Is I fight fighting fght fghtIng fightIng ¬
ing her efforts effortsMrs eforts efortsMr effortsMrs
Mrs Mr Springers Sprngers chapter is to t be limited Umted limite I
to twentyfive twentyfve members and she is to be bl b I
Regent Secent with wih her mother as s treasurer Mrs Irs I
Springer was refused reused admission admlElon to the Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago chapter of the D A R
ch3pter A R some time tme ago ag
on account of her alleged connection c000et tion with witha witI witIa
wlb wlba
a bribery case ce tried tied in the courts cour a cou couple COuple coe coepie ¬
ple of years Yer ago agoAnother agoAnothcr agoAnother
Another InnnrKCut InMur elt Lender < raptured rapturedAdjutant Iltured IlturedAdjutant 1 1Adjutant
Adjutant General Corbin today received receivedthe receivedthe ci cithe
the Arthur following folovlng despatch depatcb from General Gener Mac MacArthur MacArthur
Manna 1n June Jue 15
General Macabules 1cbul with wtb 8 officer ofcn 124 1 Ifn men 15 124 124rifles 12 12rle 11 is isrifles
rifles surrendered to CoL Emerson H Liscum
rle rrender Ct Eern I Ls at atrlc
Tarlie this morning Macabules the he
rlc tl loming YaCLule meet I0t ira iraportant imprbnt is isportaut
portant prbnt and last insurgent i ent leader leade in Tarlac and at ei
rangascman 1nD MacARTnUR MacARTnURI 3CnmUn 3CnmUnt an
I 12 t To Baltimore Daltulre and ad nnilfle lie e 9125 5i 1 1turn ni niturn 5
I turn via Ia Pcnnnnylvanla Pcnnnyhnnia Railroad RailroadTicket nnlrond nnlrondTice flnIlroaTickets
Ticket Tice on ale Saturday Stuny and Sunday SWcy June J 1C 1Ci 16Ind I 16 16and C
i and Ind 17 1 good go to return rdur until untl Monday ond June unc 13 1 S L
I > 11 1 trains tnin except uCt the Congressional CngeoD Limited LimitedService Lmt LmtQuick LimitedQuick 18
Quick Service SCrlec to Chicago via na B O OOn OOn 4 p pOn
On B r O new train tin leaving leavng Washington Whn on at
1050 10 a m daily arriving at Chicago 830
ciy avng ChCgo 83 a n m z a
next morning morningI morig morigLumber m rnlng rnlngLumber
I Lumber Business established 1S21 1821aim 4 4si J JStill
Still si continued cntlutU contisuedstili tlU the te best bt Frank Fnn Llbbcy Lbby Co C C is
DEMAND B IIAB FOR PSBVET PSBVETBosses ROSEVELT ROSEVELTBossesPuting
Bosses BossesPuting B osscsPatting Patting His Party Pn Loyalty Loyaltyto LoyaHto
to the Test TestR
I R Rclublcnn iul ubIIcan > llcan Leader at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaApparently IOhlatellJhln IOhlatellJhlnApSlnrent
Apparently ApSlnrent Determined Deteruliled to Force Forcethe Foreethe
the Governor of New York on 01 the theTicket theTlctet
Ticket With air 35 Ir r McKfnley MciCtuleyIian lcIClnleTJaunn lcIClnleTJaunnSalcl Hanna HannaSaid flu
Said to Have Ine Received Uecelved a Telegram Tele rlm rlmIronl
From Cornellnx N > IHi DI Bliss PositIvely IOoMlthclynetnlln
IlefnanK netnlln to Accept ceeSJt the Nomination Xomlnaton Xomlnatonfor
for tho tb tbo1ice VIce fee Presidency IOrelldencDoIUvcr IOrelldencDoIUvcrnIIJ lresldeneyflolflvera Dolllvera
Fading nIIJ Booralct DOolllet for the Honor of orOCCUITInl
Occupying OCCUITInl the Tall Tl of the Ticket Ticet TicetPHILDELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA PHILDELPHIA June 14 14It It I looks as asJ
If J The Te Times TIme contention contenton from the incep inception Incepton
tion ton ti on of the Vice Presidential Preidential question Queston Is to tobe tobe
be b e proven to be correct That is to say saythere saythere
there th ere can cn be no doubt at all al now that The Theodore Theodore
odore od ore Roosevelt Is again uppermost In the theminds th thminds
minds m inds of the Republican Ref bUen bosses bsses or Ofcourse orcore
course core co inse it make no difference diference at all al what whatRoosevelt whatRoosevelt whatoosevelt
Roosevelt R thinks think or desires to do The Theplain Theplain Theain
plain pl ain fact Is the party needs Roosevelt Roosevel to tostrengthen tQstrengthen
strengthen st Mr f1 McKlnleys cKlnles chances chaces for re reelection reI ¬
I election eecton el ection Wih With such tremendous responsi responsibility respons ¬
bility bUt b ility as this placed squarely upon Roose Roosevelts Roosevels ¬
velts vels v elts boasted party loyalty It cannot cnnot be beunderstood beunlerstood
understood unlerstood u how when wben the crucial teat teatcomes tCt tCtcomes
comes c omes he can cn decline declne the nomination nomlna lon for forthe forthe
the t he Vice Presidency Presidencyfour PresidencyYour
Your correspondent is i aware that this Is Isconsiderably hconsiderbly
considerably considerbly c at variance with the tc tenor ot ofdespatches otdlspatches
despatches dlspatches d on the subject during the past pastfortyeight pastfortyeight
fortyeight f hours But the developments doelopment of ofthe ofthe
the t he last lat eight or ten te hours hour make this view viewof ew ewof
of o f the situation siuaton not only entirely etroly reason reasonable reln relnable ¬
able a ble but absolutely correct cor6ct from tr present preentlght presentlights
lights lght li ghts The foregoing statements stateIent are arebased arebad
based bad b ased upon upn Information InoraUon Use Uo reliability rellbUty of ofwhich o owhich
which w hich cannot be b question questoc questiouel to the effect effectthat
that t hat Mr Ir Hanna Hann late last night nlst received reeIved a apersonal
personal prsonal p ersonal telegram elegr trol froni the Hon lo Cornelius CorneliusK Cornelui
K Bliss Bls stating in terms ters that arc are incapa incapablo In p
blo b lo of ambiguous ambguous Interpretation Interrettion that tat he hecould hecoul
could coul c not consent consen to have his name nme voted votedon votedn oted otedon
on o n for the Vice Presidency Pesidecy In the Conven Convention COentOD ¬
tion t ion
tionThis tOD
This TIs positive posive declination deliatIn of Mr Ir llliss lllissat BUs
at a t this time tm undoubtedly unobedly was 1S caused cuse by bythe bythe byhe
the t he strong Importuaites Imprurte of Senator Senaor Alli Allison AU Allion ¬
son s on wno w who o as t 3 stated state by b The Te Times TIm this thismorning til tilmrnng
morning mrnng m orning went to Xew York Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wednesdayight eBlay eBlaynIght
night n ight as a the authorized nutborlze agent of olr Mr Haana Haanaand HaDnaand liannand
and a nd Mr McKinley McKnley to prevail prevai upon Mr MrBliss Ir IrBUS
BUS Bliss B liss to accept the nomination nominton Roose Roosevelt lte lteve ¬
velt ve y eIt It is confidently confidenty expected epeced will wi pro proceed pr prcee ¬
ceed cee c oed to kick lck vigorously against 3gins being beingdrafted beng bengdr bngrafted
drafted dr d as a is well en known kO he has bc been beendoing ben bendong
doing dong d oing for months month But it Is believed blee the thecolls ttecnls thecoils
coils cnls are being bng drawn so S tightly tghty around aroundhim aound aoundblm
him h im that either he will in be b compelled Cple un under unde ¬
der de d ci the first frt law of o nature that of self selfpreservation sel
preservation prsnaUon p reservation to yield yield to the demands demas of ofthe o othe
the t he partys masters or suffer political an annihilation annlhUaton anihllaton ¬
pays mters pUtel
nihilation n
nlhUaton nlhUatonThe
The Mean Sienna of Coercion CoercionIt
It t Is broadly Intimated Intmte by b men very veryclose verylose ery eryclose
close c lose to Mr r Hanna Hana that if I Roosevelt Rosvet at this thiscritical thi
critical cricl c juncture of party prty affairs afairs shirks the theobligation theoblgton th I II
obligation oblgton o which now nw presses ptee heavily hevUy upon uponhim I
him h im the stupendous supenos powers pwer of the National NationalAdministration Xalonal XalonalAdministration I
Administration will wi be b turned ture against 3giDt him himIn hi hissn I
In I In n New York and with the aid of the thePlatt C 1
an o te tePlat
Platt Plat machine in that State Stte Roosevelt Revet will willbe 1 I Ie
be b b e defeated defet d for the gubernatorial gubrnatorl nomina nomination ul ¬
tion ton t ion This Tis threat thret bold bd as a it is I has ha been beencommunicated bn bncommunletc beerommunicated I
communicated communletc c to Roosevelt Reelt since siDe reiduight reiduightin mlaight mlaightin
in i n a manner that he cannot cnn misinterpret misinterpretOne mislaterret misinterpretOne
One little Ute feature of the deliberations deUbrUons of ofthe ofthe o r rhe
the t he Republican Repblc leaders leader which whl may be b of ofconsequence ofCnseuence 01 r rconsequence
consequence Cnseuence later on o if I things go g wrong wrongis WrSo WrSoIs
is induced Induce by the settled setUe conviction cOlhflon that thattho tt ttthe tha t
the t he Hon Tom Tsggart Tggrt of o Indianapolis IDapoUs is isvery I Se Severy 5
very er apt to be the chief campaign cpin manager managerfor maner manerfor managefor
for the Democrats Demort It I is not n known kown among amongthe amng amngthe amonithe
the Republican RepbUC leaders leders here that Senator SenatorJones Senatorone r rI
Jones one is to retire retre but bt it It is understood undert that thatwhether tbat tha thaI I
whether he does dos or not Mr Ir Taggart Tggar will willbe w1 WI WIbe I
be the head hed of tho Campaign Cpig Committee Committeeif Cmmitee CmmiteeI
if I not Chairman Chlran of the National Xatonal Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee The general generl significance Ilgnicnce of this lies liesIn les lesIn lie I Iin 1
In the fact that giving Mr Taggart Tagart this thispost tblspost Ut 5 5a
post would ruld be to place plae him hi in a position positionwhere poiion poiionwhere posttioiwhere a L
where he could do more good ood to the politi politicians plt ¬
cians of Indiana if I tho Democrats Democrt should shouldwin shouldwin shoul shoulwin 11
win than tan would be done don for them the if 1 they theyhad theyhad the g ghad
had a candidate cndidatc for the Vice Presidency PresidencyIndiana Pidency PidencyJndlana ProsidencyIndiana
Indiana is a doubtful doubtfl State StateAside State StateAside
Aside from the great gret efficiency efcIency of ilr ilrTaggart Mtf5gg5r r rTaggart
Taggart Taggart his being bing the Working workng head bod of ofthe ofhe c cthe
the he Committee mmiUee would be b a great get stimulus stimulusto stm stlm lus lusto lu S Sto 5
to the Democratic Demotc workers worker of that tKate tKateThey ttateThey tte tteThey
They would sec se great geat reward reard in sight and andwould andwould an d dwould I
would work for all al that is in them The Thearousing Te Tearousing Th C Carousing
arousing of these the e politicians pllcawi could culd not help helpbut helpbut bel p pbut
but have on a important imprtt effect efI ct in a a doubt doubtful doubtful < oubt oubtful ¬
ful State StateTo Stte StteTo StateTo
To counteract counterct this there is some talk talkof tk tkof ml k kof j
of placing plaing Senator Fairbanks Fairbnk on the ticket ticketThe tcket tcketThe L LThe
The Republican RepubUc politicians poUtclans from Indiana Indianastrange Indiaa Indiaastnge 5 5strange
strange stnge to say sy are not particularly pariculaly enam enamored enamored L Lored ¬
ored of tho Idea Iden They say sy that Fairbanks Fairbanksstrength a astrength
strength strengb in Indiana Indana depends entirely entrely upon uponthe uponthe upo n nthe j
the fact tct that he is a a stanch supporter eupprter of ofthe ofthe Cf Cfthe
the Administration Administrton Therefore his add addition add addlion ¬
lion ton to the ticket would not help out a abit aI abIt a
I bit bitWlnfield
Wlnfield Winfeld T Durbin the Indiana Repub Republican RepubIcn Repulliran ¬
lican Icn candidate for Governor is 1 here and andadmits andadt an anadmits
admits adt to his bs friends friend that he has ba a n hard hardfight has U Ufight
fight figt on his hi hands He says sy that tt he would wouldlike wouldlke woul d dlike J
like lke to t be helped out oull If possible although althoughhe ii iihe j
he is i making maing no suggestions It cannot clnol be belearned beleared ii a alearned
learned leared that he i i is willing wlUng to advise advse that thatFairbanks tal talFaIrbank Ut It ItFairbanks t
Fairbanks FaIrbank be placed place on tho ticket ticketMr tcket tcketMr ticketMr
Mr Ilanna lana Politeness PolitenessIt Polteness PoltenessI Politenesscertainly
It I was wa certainly very ver polite pole of Mr Han Hanna Hanna I Ian ¬
na to call cal a meeting meetng of the National 1rtonal Com Committee Commitee 1 1mittee ¬
mittee mitee a a week before beore the Convention had hadIts badIt ha 1 dits
Its It first frt meeting This was distinctly distncty a apart apart apart a
part of the obligation obUgaton of o tho Republican Republicanparty Republcan Republcanparly U Uparty
party toward the te City Cit of Philadelphia Phiadelphia for forthe Corthe ft ir irthe r
the 5100000 10000 100000 subscription Even so very veryfew veryfew vet yfew y
few chairmen would have been so obliging obligingin oblging oblgingin ohligin Is IsIa
in carrying crrying out a contract contct which was only onlyunderstood on nly nlyundertood ly lyunderstood
understood undertood by the gentlemen gentemen representing representingthe representng representngtbe representin ig igthe
the city cty and ad of no consequence co1equcnce to the Re Republicans RepublCns Re 1 1puhlicanz ¬
publicans publCns In general generalBut generalBut generalBut
But Mr Hanna Hanna Is a very ver polite pnte and ob obliging obUglng ci 3 3liging ¬
liging gentleman genteman when he sets set himself hlmse1 ut utto utto i itto t
to be so s and In this tis case ce Philadelphia Pbladelphl is isprofltlng i Isprofiting a
profiting prottng For Fr it is the understanding understnding here herethat herethat he e ethat
that that the country countr is In the throes thoes of o graa graapolitical g2t g2tpoUtcl gsa at atpolitlcai t
political poUtcl excitement exciement and ad Philadelphia Philadelphiathinks Phiadelphi In Inthinks l
thinks It is about to deliver something of ofvast ofvat ofvast f
vast vat importance ImPrt1nce to the te whole world word It ItPhiladelphia t
Philadelphia rhladeJvhla and Return via vinjs B DO Jfc JfcO
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C1IESAPEA1CG ClESAPEUCE BEACH DECIOS BEACHON OX THE BAY BAYDally DYDaly ISA a aISaily
Dally Daly Schedule ScheduleTrains ScheduleT ScheduleTrains
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m m 2 a 5 G p P m I foe round trip tripLoTTCKt trp trpLoweMt tripLowest
Lowest Prleel Prices and ald Hoard only 150 150sewcscd 1OsC4ed 15 to toseermed >
sewcscd sC4ed bright b Cht and d dry dr at 6th 6t and a N Y ave a re e
feels Iee Ie Iele e1s s that tat it I istbelng Wblng Tyatcbed with wih breath breathle breth brethle
le a attention atenton Tnculentally rnc rn4ientaliy entaUy a few hundred hundrednewspaper huwred huwrednew
newspaper new n men mei andjthree times that many manystatesmen xnaayatesmen
nst pper me andlree tme3 t3t mny mnystatemen
stas statesmen st atesmen have hTe havq assembled a ebled beforehand befoeand tosist to toassist o oassist
as assist sist in the preliminaries preliminariesThese wc prelinsnaries
lmnarles
These stat statesmen meD and these tee newspaper newspapermea newspapermen newspaperen
mea m en are not taking tkfn takln themselves themseles very ery seri seriously seriously seriusly ¬
ously o usly exeeptln ep Jn th t th4 presence presenc of William WilliamPenn WnUamPenn williamenn
Penn P enn and other Philadelphians Phl delphlans They T ey will willsubmit willubmit l
submit s to nojlevity nolevity In tober truth even evenwere evenwere
w were ere a hot Presidential eldenUal contest on there therewould therewould thereould
would w ould be difficulty dUl ulT in i keeping keepig the te excite excitement ecie eciement exciteeat ¬
ment m eat up to fever fev pitch pic ditch for seven sven days pre previous previous proious ¬
vious v ious to the ti t tiae fle of holiilng hoi holding ng the Conven Convention Cnen Cnenton Convenoa ¬
t tion ton ti oa That Is I what what is being b ing attempted attempte by bythese bythesc byhese
t these early cly sessions sesIos of the National atonal Com Committee Commitee Cornittee ¬
t mittee mitee m mt ittee The committee cnQm1ee is deciding decidg con contests contest conests ¬
t tests test ests In I which wblc there th gc is no possible posible nation national national nationt ¬
s al a t interest Interet Texas Tens Tennessee Alabama AlabamaDelaware Alabamaelaware
I Delaware Dlwre D and adn a jew ew other States Sttes have havehad haveh havead
had h h ad some quarrts qurJs quarreIls among aong themselves themselvesThey themselveshey
They T hey bring them here for a settlement settlements setUemenLAs
As A s the votes votc of the te delegation delegton are not notneeded notneeded
needed n eeded for any particular partcular candidate cndidate no noone noone
one o ne is taking any any interest in the te settle settlement sette settement ¬
ment m ent The AddlcksDupont AddlcksDulont fight fght of Dela DelaI Dea Deaware Dim
I ware w are Is i having havng its Is quadrennial quadrennial airing airng but butthat butthat buthat
that t hat Is as old ad a the misunderstanding misundertnding be between between ¬
tween t ween the houses of Montague Montage and Capu Capulet CpUle
let le l et
DoIllverM DolherH Jolly Boom BoomThe DoomThe
The most 1ost Interesting Inter tD thing thlnl in the Vice VicePresidential Vie ViePreidental
Presidential Preidental P business busln s Is the te large propor proportion proporton proporion ¬
tion ton t ion of tho DoIHyer D Dolliver 1ve jolly joly There Is a large largesentiment largesentment
sentiment sentment s from the theest West and ad Middle Wet WetI West WestIn
In I I n favor of o his nomination omInaton So E much muc is issaid Issaid
said s aid about abt the velveteyed gentleman from fromIowa frm frmIowa fromowa
Iowa I owa in the newspapers newspapers and ad by b outsiders outsidersthat
that tt t the professional prof slotcr observers oberver occasional occasionally occaiona ¬
ly l y make an enquiry enq ir as a s to whether the lead leaders led leder ¬
ers er e ra have ble underestimated underetmte the strength stng of ofthe orthe
the t he Dolllvor Dolver boom bo They Tey calmly c1my say sy that thatthey tat tatthey
they t have not They cay that they th y are aretreating aretrotn
treating trotn t it I with wIb the th respect repect and ad considera consideration conlderatIon ¬
tion U oa due a 1 chaste chte and eminently eminenty respectable respectableLoom repeble repebleL
Loom L lj com but they theycan can cD prevent prvent It becoming bming of ofany ofny
any a ny more Importance Importnc than tha a source surco of ofgreat ofgret
great gret g reat personal peronal satisfaction stsacton to Mr Dolliver Dolliverand DoUver DoUverand
and a nd his thousands possibly pslbly millions mUlons of ad admiring admirIng ¬
miring m iring friends frIens Wr lr r Hanna Hnn and his mon associates as moniates ¬
ciates c iates say that they tey ere not nt preparing preprIng to torun torun
run r un the Convention Convecton for anyone anyoe but bt this thisdoes thisdoes
does d oes not mean Jen that tht they will vl not not try t to toprevent toprevent
prevent p revent the Convention Convetion from making mis mistakes mlst1ko ¬
takes t1ko They do think it i would be a po political p ¬
litical ltIcl l ilies mistake mistke to give to Iowa Iow through throughMr tugh tughMr
Mr Dolliver Do1er the te second se place on the theticket te tetcket
ticket tcket t J J D DWOODRUFFS DWOOlRUSiLY
WOOlRUSiLY WOODRUFFS XIVELY BOOST BOOSTRcpnbllcnnM BOOM BOOMIepuhlennN
RcpnbllcnnM IepuhlennN I Annoyed nuo d by h his I1J Spec Spectacular Spectnculnr ¬
tacular tacular Canvass CanvansPHILADELPHIA Cn a aPHILDELPHf
PHILADELPHIA June ue 15 15YO 15Moat Most of the ttetl i
talk tl t alk among the te Republican ePblcan leaders leders today todayand toy toyan todaynd
and an a nd some sme cf o it is very er plain pain speaking sking Is Isabout Isab I Ibout
about ab a bout Woodruff Worut and a the leaders of the New XewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York organization orgulzton There is I a general genrl be belief belef ¬
lief lef l id here that Senator Platt could culd IcdueeWorff icduee icdueeWoodruff
Woodruff Worff to t retire retr frem trm the Vice Y Presiden Presidential Preien Preiental ¬
tial tal t ial race re and that tct If If ifthe the New York delega delegation deeg de4egaion ¬
tion ton t ion would ul unite UtIt upon Bliss BUs aDd ask him hi to totabc totlc C Cake
tabc tlc t the te nomination nolot b he he < would wodd do so s There Thereare Therear Therere
are ar a re some e Republicans RelbHc here bere who express ere a abelief abelef a L Lbelief
belief belef that tt there the Is i come eo me plan back 3 of the theaction theacton th C Cction
action acton a ction of the New C e 3 ork ok loaders 10der that tht has hasnot hs hsnot C Cot
not n ot been bn diselocQ dlloQ jher Qbers Oiher say sy that ta tho thoJCcw thoNew I INew
New York leaders leader probably rQbl would woud not do doanything doanything I Inything
anything a to t prrw peat > nt the nomination nlDtl of ofGov ot r rCovesseer
Gov Goverr Covesseer nt r Roosevelt ROvelt ptt for Vice Vie President Preident if ifsuch I i E Eonch
such possible possibleThe sch possibleThe ibe ibeThe an outcome otcme of o the te situation slUaton semel aeemo seemed seemedpossible I Ipossible
The national ntouI leaders l r say sy they tey do d not notunderstand Dotundert I Iunderstend
understand undert why Woodruff Woruf persists prs ia re remalog reBatning
nMtaing malog i on o ta ti the fleift se and aD conducting Outng a aFpedaeuiar apcaclr 1 1rpeclacuiar
Fpedaeuiar pcaclr campaign camPp when whe it is apparent apparentto t tto
to any an novice no IB pttl politics that he cannot cannotbe canDt canDtb cannel ta t
be b nominated nmlpte nomipated Wee4ruff uff ie to t be here herethis heret hereafternoon a
this t afternoon aferno and this thi morning morng his press pressagents I Iagents
agents and ad advance adBI advaa guards gards announced 3Wunc that thattonight tht thttonight the t ttonight
tonight he would wok 1 have n ve headquarters betuare open openin on onIn 1 1in
in four for hotels hoels H4 Ho baa h rented rente a n large largenumber largenumbr Iarg S Snumber
number numbr of room rO ronina here in various vrios places placesaad vlacHand placesand
and his agents are prepariBg perag to hang ban banners bl banness
ness Ber and lithographs ltoghs ia profusion pru810n A big bigprecession bg bgpeloD bI g gprecession
precession peloD with wthbrS brass bonds bd and a red fire fireis fr i iIs
is also on the
all programme programmeTalk pe peTalk programmeTalk
Talk of o Dolliver Dlve LOBS LO Scott Sct Wokott Wokottaad Wolcottand ott ottad
and ad Fairbanks Fairbnk as a possible pAi candidates cDdldte for forsecond to C Csecond
second sd place plce has h almost almt ceased ceue Noon Xo of ofthem ofthe o I Itu
them the tu has ha developed denlop any aY following felowlng and an all alleyes nl nleyes aS I Iye
eyes ye are ae still turaetLto tur tuned to New York and the theorod theoly tb a aonly
oly only ma man frm from that state tato 5erlouly seriously cnsld cnsldore cunsid cunsidoted
orod ore Is Cornelius Cornelus N Bliss Blisswill BUswi prob probably probably probably
ably be nominated nominte for Vice Vi President PreIdent un unless unles enless ¬
less les he is able to resist relst the strongest stronges kind kindof kIn fi fiof
of political poltcl pressure presure and ad refuses to take te it itHis ItHis ii iiHis
His acceptance would promptly protpUy clear cear a asituation
situation that tt is becoming beming troublesome troublesoe for forthe forthe fo I Ithe
the National Xatonal leaders leader and ad if l he says sy the thoword theword th 0 0word
word ho can cn be nominated noinated even if I Senator SenatorPlatt SenatorPlat r rPlait
Platt Plat throws the thectlre entire vote vo e of Xew York Yorkfor Yorkfor y05 k kfor
for Timothy Tlmoth L L I Woodruff WoodruffThat Wodruf WoodruffThat
That Tat is the political pltcl situation sluton in a nut outshell nutshel nutshell
shell shel according accrding to t many of the leaders now nowhere nowhere noi S Shere
here Two To days and ad nights nlbt of o discussion discussionhave discussionhae a ahave
have failed faied to develop a candidate for r Vice VicePresident VicePresident Vie 0 0President
President who can cn begin begn to compare in Inpopular i a apopular
popular favor with wih Bliss Blss or even with Al Allison AIUson Allison
lison The New York man is the first frt frtchoice firs it itchoice
choice of every ever3 important Importnt Republican Republicanleader Republcan Republcanleaer a aleader
leader leaer except ecept those of o bin own ow State StateSenator St1teS StateSenator
Senator S nator Hanna HanI and ad other tber leaders who whoare whoare wit 0 0are
are close to the the Administration Administraton know that thatMr thatMr tb it itMr
Mr Bliss does dos not want wat the nomination nominationand nominaton nominatonand a aand
and they had agreed themselves
ageed among themseles themselesthat a athat
that they would not attempt atept to force it iton Iton 1 iton
on him They Tey want wat the New York leaders leadersand leadersand leader a aand
and delegates delegtes to unite unie on Bliss Blss and nd pre present present C Csent
sent his name nae to the convention conveton This the theNew theNe Ut 10 10New
New Ne York leaders leer have so far refused eused to todo todo I to todo
do The result result Is that tht within wlbin fortyeight tortcigbtbours it ithours
hours a situation sluaton may maydevelop develop that will willcompel wi 11 11compel
compel the national leaders lender to appeal appea to tothe tothe I 0 0the
the patriotism patrIotsm and ad party loyalty loyly of Mr MrBliss Mt Ir r rBliss
Bliss and ad Ak ask him to take the nomination nominaton nominatonThey a aThey
They believe beleve that 3f such suc a stituatlon stituatlondocs sttuaton sttuatondoes In Indoes
does arise Mr Bliss Blis will wi yield as a he did didon didon dl Id Idon
on the question queston of o going oig into the Cabinet CabinetIP CabinetIt Cabini ti tiIc
IP It 1SS6 1SS6For 189GFor 2190For
For two days dy the members member of the Re Republican H 5 5publican
publican publcn National Natonl Committee Comitee have been beenworking bet in inworking
working eighteen hours h u in every twenty twent I
four This Tis morning morlnbr moruinrgthey they tey did not get out outof outo oc it itof
of o bed until ut a late hour hourThe hou hourThe
The National Committee Commitee kept at work workunt wet k kuntil
until unt after afer midnight midght and d cleared cered up the theLouisiana theLuidana ii iiLouisiana
Louisiana Luidana contests contcu alrtd ad settled stted the te Hess HessGoddard HessGoddard Hes HesGoddard
Goddard case cS from frm New York in favor of ofCaptain ofCaptin ofCaptain
Captain Captin Goddard GoddardAnother GoddardAnother GoddardAnother
Another Another h htcb tch of Federal Fer ofilceholder ofilceholderwere ofceholde ofceholdewere r rwere
were thrown out In i the te Louisiana Luisiana cr cs csand croe 3es a aand
and the committee commitee committeewlll will try t to clear up upal I Iall
all al the Southern Souther cases cses before betor tonight The TheDelaware Te TeDelawre Ti TiDelaware
Delaware Delawre case cse was ws still unsettled unsetted this thismorning thismorning th is ismorning
morning but rumors rmor indicated Idicted a probablo probble probblecotromlse probab le lecompromise
compromise cotromlse which whch would olld be regarded regrded regardedos as a a apartal apartial
partial partal victory for Addicks AddicksTroops AddickaTroops ddck ddckTroop
Troops Return Returll RcturnIn Inff From Manila ManilaGeneral ManilaGeneral lnnln lnnlnner
General < ner MacArthur 1hcArU MtcArth r cabled cble to the te War WarDepartment W Yar YarDepatment Sr SrDepartment
Department Depatment this ls morning ornlng rng that the trans transport trns trnsprt txan a aport ¬
port prt Hancock Hacok sailed saie from Manila today todaywith toay toaywlb ted iy iywith
with wlb a a returning returing battalion battalon of the Eigh Eightcenth Elght Eiglteenth
tcenth t enth Infantry Infantr This Tis is the theinvalid invalid invald bat bt bttion ha I Italion
talion tion of that regiment regh ent and makes mkes the thetblrd tI e ethird
third invalided innIlde battalion btflon ordered home homefrom homefrom hon ae aefrom
from the Philippines Pblppine PblppineThe PhtllppineThe
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leave Baltimore Batio and d Ohio Oho station tten 11 1 JL a a ta m Mon Monday 3c 3cday wn on ony iiifl fl
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leav leaving Wungon Washington at 10 lOriO a a m rn daily Ia Iarcing a nj njmUting d
I reaching rcing Et St St Fan Pu Paul at 10 lop p m next day dayI cT cTEver dayEveap dt
I Every Ever kind of Mlllvrorlc HInork ready readye rcady rcadyto
1 to use w And doors On eaSy Wl LS5 F Libbey Uby Co C
ADMIRAL 4 BMII1A1 DEWEY HAPPY HAPPIGlaH HAPPYGatI
GlaH GatI G Iii1 ile He jla Has 1fa Withdrawn Withdrawn Vi dl wn itsa as sca a Pres Presidential Presidental ¬
idential idental Candidate CandidateThe C ndidate ndidateTe
The Te r le Manila Jlanla Victor Ictor Declared the Af Affectlon ACfecton
fectlon fecton of the tJe tli American People IK IKHonor INJonorEnou
Honor JonorEnou Enough 1 for Him 11mSaT SlimSays Sayn HeTVnn Slot
Was Vnn n Induced to Enter Politic loltlC l bT bTLea v vLender
Lender Lea erN o of high II h Stank llnk Who ho Told Told11m
Hint 11m It I 1Va Vas HIM 11M Duty DutTXov Now He le I Is
Content CoutentIs Ia Fond of Hf lf liCs Home Jome JomeVUh
With Its U Garden Shade Tree Trees and nndI
Its I 3IyrlnU of f Son Sung Bird DlrdDoe DlrdDoeot BirdsBeen Doe DoeXot
Not ot Care Very erT Much for the the City CityAdmiral Ciy CiyAdmral
Admiral Dewey leaned lrned against aginst the rail railing rU rUIng
ing l og of the broad veranda verd of his hi country countryhome countryome
home h ome today and ad said sd I thank thak God Go that thatthe that
the t he people appear apper not to t want ine Ae for forPresident forPreident
President PresidentHe Preident P
He was V asked asked by a reporter reporte for tor The TheTimes Te TeT1osChe
Times T1osChe T imesLf if lie had any ay statement sttement to make makesupplemental makesupplementl
supplemental supplementl a to that tt which whIc was wa published publishedin
in i n The Te Times Time this morning and in which whichbe wblchhe whiche
be h e formally announced anounced hid h withdrawal withdrwal as asa asa ascandidate
a candidate Cndldate for the Presidency PresidencyAdmiral Plesldency PlesldencyAdtlral
Admiral Adtlral asked aked the reporter what whatinduced whatInduced whatnduced
induced i you yu to conclude cnclude that tat you might mightgive mhh mhhgive mightIve
give g Ive up the happy easy life le you now OW lead leadto
to t o become beme embroiled In politics politicsMany poJtlc
Many Iany of the te most mo Influential people peoplein peopleIn
in i n the th country and some whom wbom I regarded regardedas rgre
I as a a s party Prty leaders leader of high rank rank assured nsured me methat methat
that t hat it I was my duty as an American Ameican to toserve toEene
serve Eene s the American AmerCc people pple as S their Presi President Prsi Prsident ¬
dent d ent By repetition repeUtm they impressed Impresd this thison thison
on o n me They told me it was wa as a much muchmy muchmy
my r ay duty to act nt as a President PCld nt as a it had hadbeen badbeen
been b een to enter Manila 3lnUa Bay Dy I felt fel that tht If Ifthe Ifthe Ifhe
the t he American Amercan people peple wanted nted me to serve servethem servethe
them the t as a President Prsident it was wa my duty to obey obeythem obeythem
them them t As A I said sd last night nght to the gentle gentleman gente gentem gentleran ¬
man m f ran who called cUe to Interview InterIew me me after afterthinking ate
thinking thin1ng this proposition prIton over several severalweeks tevr
weeks I said Yes and
wek ad accordingly ncrrnJly an announced annonc ¬
nounced nonc n that if I the people pople wanted me to toserve tosere
serve sere s in that tht capacity cpciy I would gladly do doso doso doo
so s o bt I thank thnk God Go they th y do not appear appearto ppearto
to t o want me moI
I would like to be President 1 1t but > ut would wouldnever wuld wuldnever
never n ever enter eter p j scramble scrmble for flr it it Presidents Presidentsare Prsident
are a re n ant t chosen choen by the people pple but by a afew afe
few fe f ew political pltcl leaders leader My Iy recent reent trip bad badno bad badno
no n nt o political potl significance sgfcance whatever hateve I know knowthat knowtat knowhat
that tat t hat I bear ba the affection ateUon of o the American Americanpeople Amercn Amercnpeope
people peope p and a that tha is 18 honor enough enob I am amno amn
no n longer an a aspirant asirnt for the te place pl e of ofChief ofChief
Chief Magistrate MagistrateIf tag5tC
If I the te socalled sle gold Democrats DeIrt should shouldnominate shl
J nominate n you yo with wih the te view of drawing drawingvotes drwing drwingotes
votes v otes from the te Democratic Dmortc candidate candidateweuM cdIdate cdIdateweul
would weul you y consider cDhl r the offer offerI ofe offerr
I am not now a candidate cndldate Admiral AdmiralJewey Admiralewey AdmiralJewey
Jewey ewey continued eUDUe I received receive a letter letterfrom letterfrom
from f rom Scbley at Rio some time tie ago He HeEatd HeE
E sI Eatd s aid Dewey D wey if you are to be a candidate candidateI Cdhlte CdhlteI
I am fer first rst and last
a you ro lat People Peplr usual usually uua ¬
ly l y refer to t the te public pbic policy pll of the United UnitedStates UnitedSttes UnitedStates
States Sttes as the ship of state stte Dont Dnt you youthink yo
think it I is about abt time tme that we bad a n sail sailor saUor ¬
or at the helm That Tht was w pretty good gooddont go gooddont
dont you y think so soWhat s
What 6M dk you think of what I said saidaboit Eld Eldabt
abet abt < the t Chinese Ohines question QueUon1f the Admiral Admiralenquired Admil Admilonqte
enquired onqte I thought thoulht that tht was w pretty pret good goodYou go
You see as a I said sld last night I regard re ard it I as asan i
a an act of Providence PThlence that tht we have so many manyships maY maYships manyships
ships and al mea me over there the e Why Wy if I we weLad weLad
Lad not DOt those thOe European Erean naUsea natl would wou sot soteonskter DoteB notconsider
consider eB IK u any more than tn they would wouldafter wouldater wouldafter
after ater A pause pu uaeMexico Mexico lexlc But Jut for the theSpanIAmeric theSpanishAmerican i iSpanishAmerican
SpanishAmerican SpanIAmeric war ar we would not be beable bebe8 t table
able be8 as we W are new to say sy to Europe Erov We Weare Wsare 8 8are
are in on this deal gentlemen geateen Look Lok at atour ator atour
our or commerce coere in ChiD China They Tiey are taking takingour takng takngour
our flour 1r in 1 preference prefereDc to rice rie Look Lk at atthe atthe atthe
the great get ships sll that tbt are being bing built by the theXertbru theXertbnl i iNerthrn
Xertbru Pacific Pacl Railroad RailroadI Rairod RairodThe RailroadThe
I The Admiral Admirl reiterated reierated the te statement statementmade stement stementede statementmade
made ede by 1y him last night and an published pbishe this thismorning thi thismorning
morning monag that tt in I his hi opinion opli the United UnitedStates Unie I IStates
States State should retain reain the te Philippines PhilippinesThis PbUplne
This Ti was w about abt all al of a political pUtl character characterthat eeter eetertt
that tt the Admiral Admirl said sid Then The he fell fel to todiscussing toliu8g isdiscussing C
discussing liu8g the te beauties bute of his very ery beauti beautiful but beceutlto ¬
ful to country cuatr place on o the te Woodiey Woley Lane Le a afew a I Ifew
few fe hundred buadre yards y east e of St St AbI Albans The Thehouse Thehouse Ther
house house which hlh is on 0 a a Mil hl above ave Woadley Woodle WoodleLane o Uey r
Lane Lne Is f surrounded uroDe by grounds os in which whichgrow whlh whlhgro I Igrow
grow gro several fine tae white ht oaks oks and ad a sew red redoaks r ret I Ioaks
oaks ok pin pi oaks oks and ad a black blac oak ok or two twoThen twoThen twoThen
Then there are silver slter sugar sugr and a English Englishfield EngHshfield t tfield
field maples mape big elms and ad firs fir cedars cer and andpines an anpines
pines pine Looking Loking eastward eatwar same sme large largebuildings largecuidlng i ibulldings
cuidlng buildings in the northern norther part of the city cityare cty ctyare c1t r rare
are visible viible and to the southeast souteat shines shine the thedome thedome I Idome
dome of o the Capitol Capiol and ad the Washington WashingtonMonument Wahigon Wahigononument Sashingto 1 1Monument
Monument onument The roofs rofs of the Naval Ob Observatory Obsertor Ohseteatery ¬
servatory sertor buildings bulhHng may my be seen above abe the thetrees thetes the 3 3trees
trees treesIn tes treesin
In speaking spaking of his home hom Admiral Admil Dewey Deweywas Deweywa Dewe I Iwas
was wa as full of enthusiasm enthuslsm as a a youth ot oteighteen otelghtten o oeighteen
eighteen elghtten years yearsPointing Yer yearsPoenting
Pointing Pointng from the porch Ir to toa toa a tree of box boxhe boahe
he said sad There is a a catbirds cblrs nest net in there thereWhy thereW i iWhY
Why W the wrens robins rbis and flickers cer fly flyaround fy fyaround fi fiaround
around here her without withot fear fer and ad sing as hap happily bapply happily ¬
pily ply as can c be b Those Thos mocking moking birds bang ¬
ing Ing over there ther are very er fine fne ones one and they theymock the themok I Imock
mock all the other birds to
mok tie bir perfection perfectionPointing perfelon perfedtionPoicMng
Pointing POlrg to the bottom btom of the hill bU where wherethere wheretbere wher C Cthere
there were rows of green corn cr wax w beans beanspeas bas baspeas beanspeas
peas beets bet onions and ad tomatoes the Ad Admiral A ¬
mien mirl said That is my gardeu gdel You Youdont Youdont Yo Yodont U
dont know how much muc pleasure one onec can canget cat a aget
get out of a good goo garden garden like Jke that thatSweeping thatSweeplnhls thatSweeping
Sweeping Sweeplnhls his hand to the eastward eatward the theAdmiral theAdmr Ut e eAdmIral
Admiral Admr said There is Gardiner Hub Hubbards Hubbuds Hubbards
bards old home and ad there Is the Cleveland Clevelandplace Clevland Clevlandplace ii iiplace
place Isnt it beautiful beautful I dont go into intothe Int let 0 0the
the city much and then I in hurr
ety ad am a a hurry hurryto burryto y
to set et et back bck But I am going away awy next nextweek nextweek nex t tweek
week you know with the board
wit bard but I Ishall IshaU Ishall
shall soon be back backYou backYou backYou
You ought to be the happiest man ma in inthe Inte I a athe
the te world said the reporter reporterI
I am a said the Admiral AdmiralINSTS1TCTED Admirl AdmirlISTRUCE AdmiralINSTBUCTED
INSTS1TCTED ISTRUCE POS BBYAIT BBYAITCalifornia BBYANCalifornia BRYA BRYACnUfornla
California Democrats Elect Elet Dele DeleKate Delegate Deligates
Kate to Kannn KllUll City CitySAN CI CityAN
SAN AN FRANCISCO FRCISO June 15 15Te 15The The Call California Cl I Ifornia ¬
fornia forna Democratic DeorUc Convention today toay se selected Eelected as aslected ¬
lected James Jae G Magulre Magi and ad James Jame D DPhelan DPhelan I It
Phelan of tf San Francisco Fcl o and Michael Micel F FTarper FTrer I ITaxper t
Tarper Trer and S M M White Wie of o Los L Angeles Angelesas Angelesa a adelegatesatlarge
as a delegatesatlarge delegatesatlare to the te National Natonal Dem Democratic Democrtc 1 1ocratie ¬
ocratic ocrtc Convention Cnventon All the te delegates delegtes re as i iceived
ceived Instructions Instrucion to support Bryan BryanThe Brn BrnThe BryanThe
The resolutions resolutons adopted favor an Income Incometax Incometa incon Ic Ictax e
tax ta election electon of Senators Senator by the te people peopleand peopleand peopl e eand
and the construction c01tcton of a Nicaragua Xicarga Ca Canal e Cs 5 5nal ¬
nal They express expres sympathy sypathy with th the theSouth theSouth U xc xcSouth c
South African Republics Republc oppose oppse imperial imperialism Imperal ImperalIsm i ilana ¬
ism and wars was of conquest conquest condemn condem the thePorto te tePoro U ie iePorto e
Porto Poro Rican Ricn Tariff law ask ak the te abolition abolitionof abUton abUtono aboliuc a aof tt
of o unnecessary unnecesary war taxes taes declare against againsttrusts aginst aginsttrst again St Sttrusts
trusts trst and demand a a stricter stIcter exclusion ecluslon of ofAsiatic ofAsiatc afAsiatIc
Asiatic Asiatc labor laborQuick laborQuick laborQuick
Quick Service SerTlce to Knnn I nBuI City via viaB VIaD vi La LaIso
B Iso IsoAnd A O OAnd OAnd
And points pit beyond byond as a well we as a intermediate Interett on onB taa l
B k O train tIn leaving levng Washington 1005 100 a a m mreaching I a areaching
St Louis at WAsgn 1210 and Kansas
reaching racg S LW 10 ad City Ct ty tyg3o f
930 93 p p m m m next net day day3Iynn dayIynn y yVITnn
3Iynn Iynn Business RuBuclJl College Cone e Stfa and 1C 1CThe I C CCema
Cema om lt ltThe
The Music luBlent at ChcsapcaKc Ccsnpeae Beach BeachIs DeachJI
Is Haleys Band Ind and ad Orchestra Orbe Ir every fef afternoon afternoonand afternu ni niand a
and ad evening evg Dancing Dcng Pantinginn
1 inn to Baltimore laIID0re and Return vt via viaJl I In a aO
Jl it 5 O Saturday and Sunday Sunda SundaI SundayJune
Jane 16 and 17 1 good for fO r return rra until unt following fo1own fo1own1n fallowi its i
I Monday 1n Limited Lmite Limited1x12 1 Tickets Tces good g on all al trains tnin except excpt Royal RoyalLimited Hoi HoiLmite Ro ai aiLimited ll
1 1x12 1 Shelving SlclTlnJ dressed 4 Hide sidesocl
1 only 0 ocl 2Iic c and ad up at Gtn Ct and td Jf Y ave a
CAPTAIN CAPTAI DEMINGS SENTNECE SENTNECEDishonorable SETNCE SETNCEDIhoRorable
Dishonorable DIhoRorable D Dl Discharge charKe From Fr the theArmy theArnlY the4rnsy
Army and nnd Imprisonment ImprisonmentTbe huprbonmeatThe ImprLsonmenLThe
The findings 1ndlnk at o the courtmartial cnurma lal 1 Sn a the thecase thece these
case ce ca caco se of o Capt Peter C c Deming Dming assistant assistantcommissary aslst aslstcnmmisry
commissary cnmmisry co of subsistence subsstence at San Sn Francis Francisco Frnci Franciswho ¬
co Cosl who was wa arrested areste on charges chare of ember embezzling emb embering ¬
slS zing sl zling ing the public pu lc money of the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStte Unitedtates
States Stte S tates forgery and ad conduct unbecoming nnbemlng an anofficer anomcr
officer omcr of ficer and a gentleman genteman were made public publicby pubUcby publicy
by b y Adjutant Adjutnt General Genera Corbin CrbIn this morning morningCaptain mornlnl morningaptain
Cptin C Captain Demicg Demig was wa found guilty gly of ot ofal all of ofthe otthe ofe
the th e nineteen charges cae in the te indictment indictmentand Indictent Indictentand indictmentnd
a and nd was wa sentenced to three years yea Im Imprisonment Imprinment Insrisonment ¬
f prisonment prinment in the penitentiary n1entlr at Fort FortLeavenwortb FortLvewor Forteavenworth
i Leavenwortb Lvewor L eavenworth Kansas Ks and i b dishonora dishonorably dlshonor dishonoraly ¬
I bly bl b ly discharged dischged from om the te Army ArmyTbe ArmyTe
The Te prisoner was found to have drawn drawnmoney
money m oney on many my occasions occsions by placing placing the thenames te tenames theames
names n ames of fictitious his
nli tctUou persons perO on salary salarylist
list Jst li st and drawing the salaries salres More than tl
13000 was w obtained obt1lne in this way wy although althoughIteming altboughDeming althougheming
Iteming D Da eming is I a comparatively comprtvely wealthy wetY man manand
and ad a nd owns o much muc property propertyIt prprty prprtyI
It I was further fuer proven that Deming Demng had hadforged Mdforged hadorged
forged f a a large number of checks che an and had hadcashed hadashed
cashed ca c hed these these The sentence sentenc was s approved approvedby apprOed apprOedby
by b y President PesIdent McKinley and the order orer car carrying c en ¬
rying rlng e eG it into effect efect was the te first ft signed sige by brGeneral byGenerl
General Generl G eneral Miles as a Lieutenant Leutenant General Gener of ofthe ofte ofe
the te th e Army ArmyTj4
ArmyT
Tj4 T TEE K P2IZLADELPHIA PHE CENSUS CENSUSEnumerator CSUS CSUSEnumeaiors CENSUSnumerators
Enumeaiors E Enumerator Informed JnforDed 1st formed That Tat They TheyMuitt TheylUnllt
Must Walt alt for Their Teir lay 1ayPHILADELPHIA 10aTPHILDELHIA
PHILADELPHIA PHILDELHIA June Jue 15 lAt 18At At the te office officeof ofce ofceof
of o f the Census Cecu Supervisor Supenlsr Beaston Be on in the theCity theCiy
City Ciy C ity Hall HaJ yesterday eterday It was w announced annouce that thatnone thatnone
none n one of o the te thousand toud or more mor enumerators enumeratorswould eueratrs eueratrswould enumeratorsould
would w ould receive receie his hi pay pay before next net Septem September Scptember Septenier ¬
ber h er This will wl be unpleasant unpleuat news to tomany tomany
many m any of the te census censU workers worker A large lae part partof
of o f the men looked upon uIn these thee positions psitons as asa axgreat
a great grt boon they having b ng been bel out ot of em employment e ¬
ployment p for a long time tme and in some somecases someces someases
cases ces c ases hardships h ihip will be experienced experiencedIn expriece
In explaining explining the delay in paying the thesalaries thesalares thealaries i
salaries salares s those thoS in i charge chrge said all al of o the thebooks thebk i iooks
books bk b ooks will w1 have hve to be b completed cmpete here and andwill ad adm
will cil m have to be sent
b to Washington ashlngn where whereexperts whereexpr i ixperts
experts expr e are ae to go over oer them and endorse endorsethe enore enorethe endorsehe
the t he enumeration enumertoI before the pay rolls are aremade areade
vy ae aemae
made mae m ade out Part of the men had ba been ben ex expecting explng cxeeling ¬
pecting plng p their pay within Wthin a a week wek or two twoSupervisor twoSuprisr twoSupervisor
Supervisor Suprisr Beaston Beutn arranged arnged with wih Die Dtswarrant Di Dielet
tlct is let Atorey Attorney Bek Beck yeteray yesterday to Ise issue a awarat a L Larrant
warrant warat w arrant at 10 oclock this tls morninf mn1 for the thearrest thearpt thirrest
arrest arpt a rrest of the te man mn who refused ref Wed to t answer answerthe a aDsacthe Swer Swertbe
the t he questions que5tons of enumerators euumete until uaU ta taGovernment t thi thiovernment
Government Gverment G overnment made good go his h foeees J ia th thKeystone the theeystone
Keystone Ieysone K eystone Bank failure failureEnumerator faUureEBtertor failureEnumerator
Enumerator EBtertor H C Genaer nr of o 5 5P > North NorthThirteenth I Ihirteenth
Thirteenth Thirtent T Street Street was the th first Ar ceases e offi official G ofilitl ¬
cial ca c itl to be b robbed robb while whi performing p og his hisduties
duties dute d utIes Cornier Geer was at the U census eD head headquarters hed hedQuarter headuarters ¬
quarters Quarter q uarters ia City Cty Hall an yesterday Y tnday and an teid teidhis ted tedbl tote toteis
his bl h is story sry He was wa halted hte by twe high highwaymen hlgbwyen highaymea ¬
waymen wyen W aymea at Ridge Rige Avenue A veaue and an Harper Harr Harpertreets
Streets St S treets t was wa compelled cpele to go g upstairs llr into intoa latebetiding
a a building bUdDg where Ms Jb purse r containing cBtilng centainin
187 lS was wa takeR He made mA his hi escape ev by byclimbing byclmbng bI
climbing clmbng c through tgh a n a window i8 and aD sliding sItdin sItdinown
dews dow d own a pest t to the th street sre The T outrage outrageoccurred otge otgeor i iccurred
occurred or o zs he was wa E gong going Bg home hme Friday Fridayevening Fridy FridyeenIDg Fridayvening
evening eveningUp eenIDg e veningUp
Up to t yesterday ytey noon n 5M 5 of o the te l 1bks l2 l2ooks 24
bks b boots ooks taken oat ot by enumerators ecumerter had ha been beenreturned ben benretume beereturned
returned retume r to t tie t City Cty HalL It I Is I hoped hopedthat
that tht all the th books Ok wilt 1H be b ia i by tamorrow tamorrowevening r rening
evening e enln ening the te work being practically pe ely fin finished fn fnIshe ilnsland ¬
ished Ishe i Many DY pnOBS persons who wb were wre net nt found foundat I It
at a a t their ter homes hOe are facilitating faclltag matters maters by bI r ralling
caHiag clng c at the te Ceases CeB Office om and d giving the thiesired
deelred dUlred d esired Information IDCratln IDCratlnI InformationTALIANS iafenaatlonTPATTAVg gng
I I TPATTAVg TALIANS COWED COW BY TVTARSTTaTT TAPEALRefused
Refused ReflCtI to Give I ICenitnB InlormDton Information to n nCenlua a I ICnsns
CenitnB Cenlua Enumerator Elumerator ElumeratorW EnumeratorNEW EuuiuerntoiNEW
NEW W BRUNSWICK BRlTSICK X J June J l IS ISThe I la laThe
The Te intelligence fnteUgen that tJt a United UaUe State Stte mar marshal m marbel ¬
shal al a bel would woul arrest arret the te ringleaders rlgdr browght browghtabout I Iabout
abt about a a hundred huBre Italians Iallu to 1 ta t their ir s syesterday sonsei I Iyesterday
yesterday yeety The Te men mn are in il eaarga eaargaPhiladelphia ear thar D of ofPhiladelphia a aPhlaelphi
Philadelphia Phlaelphi contractor cntrut wb w1 who is detag detagsosne dg dgs OiS1 OiS1some
some s excvtDg excavating near ner Metacben e a Edgar EdgarS dga
S Campbell Cmpl a census cD enumerator Numerto visited visitedtheir I Itheir
their camp cp Wednesday OBe and aD tfe Uy they y refuse refuseto re l lto I Io
to t o answer aswer his h QHesttoos fes They Tey bad M gained gainedthe game I
the impression Impe that tt a 1 he was w working workingscheme kag a ascheme ascee
scheme scee their the Jobs JobsEnumerator jo JobsEnumeratoc to t tax ta them t and make mke them te lose toeetheir 1 losetheIr
Enumerator EDm rt Campbell pl reported rtrte the t1 mat matter m matter ¬
ter to C C S Tunis T1ois the t supervisor supr and andinstructions a aistrctIo anE 1 1Instructions
instructions istrctIo were er received roelve from rrm WasMas WHD WHDton
ton to employ empoy a a United UBlte States Stte raarsbal raarsbaland m marahaand hal haland
and to arrest sres those who refused rerus to give givethe give a athe
the required rquire information informatioaYesterday Inoati informationYesterday ge gethe
Yesterday Yeterdy aTternoon a ter Campbell Cmpbl through throughan thrgh thrghan t tan
an interpreter Interrter apprised apise the te Italians Itl8 of ofthe o f fthe
the steps seps that had been reD taken takeno and D rather ratherthan rther rthertan rathethan
than tan go o to jail the Italians Itin answered aswere all allthe aUthe al althe
the interrogatories Integtores of the enumerator eDumetor and andwere andwer an d dwere
were wer officially ofclaUy counted count d as a among aron the pop population DP DPulatn pepelation ¬
elation ulatn of o this country coentr For Fo a a time Um it itwas i I it itwas
was feared feare that serious srous trouble tuble might mlg t re result Iesu cc t tsuIt ¬
suIt sultPENALTY suItPENALTY t tPET
su
PENALTY PET OF LABOR LOR TBOUBLES TBOUBLESDepopnlntlnsr TBOUBI 3 3Beeopulatng
Depopnlntlnsr Deloopulatn Movement Iovement Affects Afeet Chi ChlcnROH CblCBJO I Icnos
cnROH CBJO Census Ambition AmbitionCHICAGO Ambiion AmbiionCICGO AmbitionCHICAGO
CHICAGO CICGO June 13 1 1gChicagos Chicagos hcgos Two TwoMillion To ToUmon TatMillion
Million Club Cub may prepare prepar for a a disap disappointment disp disppintet disa C Cpolntrnent ¬
pointment pintet as a to the United Unt States Ste Census Censusreturns Censuretr Cease is iste
returns retr According Acrdln to enumerators enuetor the theshowing theshowing U Ushowing te
showing of the June Jue census cesus will sill I be b consid considerably conid coniderbly consicerably ¬
erably erbly below blow what hat it might mit have hve been in inJanuary InJanuar I IJanuary
January Januar bIos and all al because becue of the th the3abor labor bor trot troubles tou touble I IbIos ¬
blesI ble
I wouldnt attempt attemp to say s how boW much muchthe nice h hthe
the returns reum will be diminished dlmfnibe by working workingmen worklnsmen workin i imen
men leavl leaving the te city cit said sld Supervisor SupervisorGeorge Suprir SuprirGeorg Cr CrGeorge
George Georg F Gilbert GUhrt of tfthe the Census Censu Bureau BureauOn 1 1On
On all al sides side however enumerators enumertors are areattracted areattact at 0 0attracted
attracted attact to the depopulating dplat movement movementIn movemen 5 5In
In I many u parts par of the city cty where many manyworkingmen manyworkngen mar I Iworkinigmen
workingmen workngen have hve been en boarding bardinl rooms roomshave coon is ishave
have he been ben deserted desre in In Ingreat great get numbers number Tiiis Tiiismovement T3 T3movement Tb 13 13movement
movement is noted Dote in such districts distct in all allparts cl clpart a 11 11parts
parts part of o the city cityLodging cty ctyLdgng cityLodging
Lodging Ldgng houses house are ar effected elete in the same sameway se seway san ic icway
way The Te complaint compaint Is universal univerl We are aretaking aeting at e etaking
taking ting a careful census cenus with the intent intet to tolist tolit tolist
list lit every ever resident reident of Chicago Chicgo but bt I c er ta tasay a asay nsy
say sy that tt the showing will wi not be nearly nearlyBO near iy iyso
so great iat as a it I would have been had the thecensus te tecesus Ii Se Secensus
census cesus been taken In January JanuaryTKACTION Janua JanuaTACTON JanuaryThACTIO1
TKACTION TACTON DERECTOKS DmECR iEEET iEEETK lT lTF
F C Steven SteTcnl to Be President PreMldentEntlre PreMldentEntlreReorgnlntlon PrealdentEntit Entire EntireReorganization Ce Cefleorgunlzntion
Reorganization Reorgnlntlon Contemplated ContemplatedA
A meeting meetng of o the directors dIrctor of o the Wash Washington Was WasInglon ah ahIngn
j ington Ingn Traction Tcton and ad Electric Eletrc Company is isbeing Is Isbeing isbeing
being held at the offices ofces of the company co vny vnyin F Fin
in the Loan Ln and Trust Ts Building Buldng this tIs tIsaferon fit is isafternoon
afternoon afternoonThe aferon afternoonThe
The Te meeting meetng will wl take tke action acto on the thereorganization theI II IIreorganization
reorganization reorgnl ton plans that have been bee under underconiderton end endconsideration
I consideration coniderton for some days and ad it i iilt iiltunderstood is isunderstood 1sunderto
understood underto that President FesldeI Truesdell TesdeU will wl wi wiresign
resign resIg and ad F C C Stevens Steven be formally foraHy elect elet elete cisc t tpresident
ed e president prsident in his stead steadThere stead steadThere
There Tere has h been bee much secrecy serc regarding regardingI rgrding rgrdingthe regardix g gthe
the other chang changes to b be made but It itknown Is Isknown
I known that an a entire reorganization reorgnltO Is l lcontemplated
I contemplated contemplatedCHESAPEAKE conteplated conteplatedCHESPEAIiE contemplatedCIIEStPEAIjE
CHESAPEAKE CHESPEAIiE AXD OHIO 0110 RAILWAY RULVYChnnJC I IChange
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FATAL F ATAL FIRE IN I M IIY YOB YOBTen YORK YORKTen
Ten T en Persons Burned fo Death in a aTenement aTenement aTenement
Tenement House HouseSeven Honse HonseSeen houseeven
Seven S even Other Injured and Likely to toDie toDleJlen toDieMen
Die DleJlen DieMen Men Women and Children ChildrenAmon Cidren CidrenAmonI ChildrenAmong
Amon AmonI Among the Victims VletmDelaT VictimsDelay Delay In Turn TuraIns Tra TraJnl Turnlug
Ins Jnl In Alarm AlarSI AlarmSlight Slight ht Danube DaIKC to 0 the theBuilding theDuldlnlLbt theiluildingList
DuldlnlLbt iluildingList Building Lint of Dead and Injured InjuredNEW InjuredNE InjuredNEW
NEW NE YORK YORK June une 15 1Ten 15Ten Ten dead ed seven sevenInjured seen seenIjured sevennjured
Injured Ijured i and ad some of the seven likely Jkely to todie todie toie
die d ie Is the morgue more and ad hospital h0plt recordof recordofthe reordof reordofthe recordiofhe
the t he worst wort fire fre in this city cty since the te hor horror horror horot ¬
ror r ot in the te Andrews Adres house houe over a year ago agoTFlames ag agoFlames
Flames aes swept the old fivestory festry brick bricktenement brc brickenement
tenement t at 34 3 4 Jackson Jack Street Stet about abt 3 3oclock 3oclok 3clock
oclock oclok o clock this thi morning and the ghastly ghty work worlcthey workthey workthey
they did Is I only relieved eleed by the bright brgbt talc talcof tc tcof talcf
of o f the te braveryof br ver or policemen pHcemen and 2d firemen firemenwhose fremen firemenhose
whose w hose efforts eort kept the loss lo of o life from frombeing frm frmbeing fromeing
being b eing greater geater than t It was Babies Babie young youngboys YOUD YOUDbys youngoys
boys bys b bw oys and girls grl and ad grown gwn men and women womenwere woen woenere womenere
were w ere among aong the fires fres victims rlctimsIf victimsIf Icts IctsI
If I It i had had not been b for the ignorance Igorce of ofthe orthe ofthe
the m man who first fst tried tIed to send in i an analarm a anlarm
alarm aarm a larm and ad who bo delayed de1yed the finnen 1ren ser several seT seTem serr31 ¬
eral c r31 minutes minute and ad for the unconquerable unconquerablehabit uncqnerble uncqnerblebbt unconquerableabtt
habit bbt h abtt of tenants tenat of firethreatened rteatene houses housesto houes houesto houseso
to t o open doors door and windows thereby pro providing pro prohilng ¬
viding v not only a draught drght but a n path pth for forthe for forthe
the flames nme lives 1ve might miht have bave been spared sparedthis spa sparedthis
this ti morning morIng The efforts effors of o the te imper imperiled Impr ImprIed imperied ¬
iled Ied l ied persons pron to save themselves themc discount discounted dscount dscounte discountd ¬
ed e e d tbe efforts etot to save them themTbe themTe themThe
The Te list of or dead de and ad Injured iue Is I as a fol follows follows folowa ¬
lows lowsDead lowsD I owa owaDeadWilltotm
Dead D DeadWilltotm dWll WHHrfm Cotter Ctter forty years yers old oldKate olaa oldworkman
a workan workman In a a brewery Kate Kte Cotter Cotterwife Cter Cterwie Cotterwife
wife wie of William W Mantle Mie Cotter Coter thirteen thirteenyears tireen tireenyear thirteenears
years year y ears old Joseph Joeph Cotter Ctter eleven elee years yearsold ye yearsold
old Kate Kte Cotter Ctter nine nie years yea old ol John JohnCotter JohnCter JohnCotter
Cotter Cter three thre years old ol Louts Ll Marion Marionforty Mron Mronfory Marionforty
forty fory years oW ol cigar cl box bx maker mker Albert AlbertMarion Albrt Albrt11alon AlbertMarion
Marion 11alon fourteen Erten years yer oW o Elsie E Marion Marionsix Maio Marionsix
six si years ye old o and an Emma Ema Marion Mrn Marion three threeyears te threeyears
years year old oldlajHred ol deLInjuredPatrick
lajHred IaurePatrlk InjuredPatrick Patrkk Byrnes Bynes twentythree twentythreeyears twetythree twetythreeTears twentythreeyears
years oH o longshoreman Jughromn dying dyng in Gee Gouveneur Gu GuTener Geeveneer
veneer Tener Hospital Heptl George Gerg Cotter Ctero four fourmonths fourmnt fourmonths
mnt months oW o Mary Ma Marion Iaion thirtysir thirtysiryea tirtysi thirtysityeas
yea yeuD oW o wife we of Louis Ll 11aen Marion Mantle MamieMarten Male Malelar MantleMarion
Marten lar seveaucti sa sevenk years yer old 0 < Frank Fk Fkfon Mar Marion Maron ¬
ion I on twelve twele years yer oW o Margaret aget Marion Marionnine Maron Maronnln Marionnine
nine nln years yer eW e Antoinette Atonte Merlon Maon Marion six sixmonths sIxmot altmonths
months mot old ol oldall all al In Gouveneur Govener Hospital HHpt Ia Iaa fna ina
a pre1 precarious condition coaditionNone calon conditionNone
None NOe of the te Cotter Cter or Marion Marin families familiesescaped familiesescaped ale
escaped espe death deth or injury There Ter were wer three threeother tee teeother threeother
other other households hHebold or families rale in the tene tenement tee teemeot tenemeat ¬
meat meot bat bt Byrnes Bye the longshoreman longhorean longhoreante was wasthe wasthe
the te only member of any ay of them who wb f fail faKe failcii aH aHed
ed e to get oat t safe sfe and sound s4 cave JTe Maggie MaggieMulbeara Me MeIul MaggieMulhearn
Mulbeara Iul tenant of the t top t9 floor 3r across acrossthe acrossthe c
the te ball from the te Marlene 11arla One of her herfeet her herfeet
feet was w slightly sHgUy burned be As it chanced chancedthe chac chancedthe
the rooms rm Just jt beiow W the te Malherns Yter were wereoccupied waB waBopi woreoccupied
occupied opi by the Cotters Cter who wh suffered sere so sodfeaetreasly s sodisastrously
disastrously dlaetsly Policemen Plemen and a firemea rme remen pass paseod p passoil
od o by the te windows wno of the Cotters Cter seeing seeingno seeBg seeBgD
no D signs slg of life fe and aD thinking thinkg that tt all al alOPts the theoccwpeats theoocupants
I OPts occwpeats had escaped CPM The Te rooms 1 ef the theMartoes t theMarloos
Martoes Yaris and Cotters Cters war were net n entered etere bgr bgreither hgeither
either etr firemen freen or policemen Pen aatt tl the theflames t theameahMbeeaputont
flames ameahMbeeaputont ameahMbeeaputontThe bad beea bn pet pt out outThe L LThe
The tre sese < re was w ail oat tt in less le than ta aa hear hearafter hHr hourafter
after afer it i started ste The T Bremen reen drove trve it cy cylack 1 upleek
lack I by bash la to the te reeL re A property pry loss lossof lo lossonly
of o only enl S W or thereabouts tJerett TOSS w caused causedThe eue onusedThe
The Te building 1hb was w sot Bt gutted gtt A little ltl re r soplacing j jplacing
placing paDg cf f woodwork wwork aa aM plastering pe will willmake wil willmake
make mke it I as good g as a it I was w or o better betterThe bter bterTe betterThe
The Te saloon sl 1oon of o Alderman Ale James J Saitk Saitkoccupies Sm Sitkthe
occupies olJ tae te wbofe wJ ground g S A laos or of o the tbebtriidteg theIllg thebulidlag
btriidteg Illg Rimming Riming Ute earnfeo over ovors Ms MssaleoB hissalons
salons s and aD extending eeBg across aer the frost fr of efthe ofthe I
the t MriMfag 1lka to i a large lg wire wr atga s Mg which whichmakes whl whichwekos I Imke
makes mke a a balcony IDy with wth the comics c and aadwa a andwag
wa w wag very ver useful 1ui this t morning morr oa 0 that thatacceuat tt ttaat thataccount
account aat There T are ae fireescapes freep both bothfreat bh bhfre bothfront
front fre aad 8 aa rear re the ladders Mer la i each eu case caseextending c caseextending
extending eteBlat up p from the te top te of the te first firststery 1t 1tst8r firststory
story st8r to t the windows wDdo s of the te fifth 1t with withlaaAtags withlandings withlag
landings lag in front fret and aD at a the te rear rea of every everyapartment eve everyapartment
apartment aptnt ia the tenement tenemet The Te fact factthat factth factthat
that th there tere were such easy ey ways wys of escape escapemakes escapemakes 5pe 5perke
makes rke it difficult d1ul for for the police pli and at fire firemen fre fremea firemen ¬
men to understand Uera how the tenants tennt of t the thebuilding thebldlg thebuilding
building bldlg failed fled to t use us them them The Te fire firefighters fre lirefighters ¬
fighters fghter and ad lifesavers liesver went up and ad down downthese dow downthese
these ecapes epe after ater they tey had ha reached reced the thePatrick thesene thescene
sene scene scenePatrick
senePtrick Patrick Ptrick Byrnes Bye a a lodger logr with Miss 11i6 Mary MaryJordan Ma MaryJordan
Jordan Jordl who occupied ouped the te whole whoe whoefor second secondfloor secondfloor
floor for discovered dovere the th fire fre about abt 235 23 3 oclock oclockHe ocok oclockHe
He awoke to find fn the rooms rm filled fle with withthick wth wththIck withthick
thick smoke mke and growing srowng hot hot hot He gave ve a ayell ayel ayell
yell yel Jumped jumpd out of bed and rushed rshe to tohis tohis tohis
his landladys ladiads room rom He dragged d = d her to tothe tothe tothe
the front frnt window widow and nd then ran rn back bc and andspread ad adspre andspread
spread spre the te alarm alar He failed to save Ee him hhaself hl himself
sel self as a it turned tured out out He discovert dlc disccviS the thefire theOe thefire
fire Oe and ad gave ge the first frt alarm aI to t the house bousebut houe houebt housebitt
but bt some madness Ies tempted him hm back rc Into Intothe Ino Inothe Intothe
the rooms rom and sent sent him down by the theblazing te teblazig theblazIng
blazing blazig stairway stairwayPoliceman stray strayPoUcema stairwayPoliceman
Policeman PoUcema Purfield Purfeld of the Delaney Delanc Street Streetstation steet steets1to Streetstation
s1to station making makig his way along the ground groundfloor groundfloor
floor for hallway hlway to the rear re rlortly Porl after afer g the theJordans theJordns theJordans
Jordans Jordns escaped ecpf found fon the stairway alray a a pit p4tof pitof
of o flames 1ame from fro bottom bttom to top and an just jUt pt pto as ashe a ashe
he got to the t foot of o the stairs str Byrnes Byrnesjumped Bye Byrnesjumped
jumped jumpe through the fire fre and fell fel at at Ms Msfeet h hisfeet
feet fet ail al ablaze ablae He died lter laterThe lterTe lterThe
The Te first frst alarm alu of 0 fire fre was turned tr In I to totho tothe tothe
the department deJrtment several severl minutes minute after afterByrnes afer aferBye afterByrnes
Byrnes Bye had h alarmed alare the house or so SI much muchof muc ranchof
of It as a woke up A German Geran baker ber who whoturned whoturned whoturned
turned In the te alarm aJar wasted waste several sverl pre precious precious predoes ¬
cious does moments through his ignorance Igo of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the mechanism mecbaplsmPoliceman mechanismPoliceman sm smPolceman
me
Policeman Polceman James T Knowles Kowles of o the De Delancey Delancey Dclancey
lancey Street St t station sttIon at the risk rik of o his hisown h hisown
own life got st twelve persons peron out of o the up upper upper upper ¬
per floors for of o the te building buidig and ad only ony quit quithis qut quthis quithis
his post pt of danger when driven from frm the tbefireescape thefrepe thefireescape
fireescape frepe by flames fe and Id smoke smoke Other po policemen p policemea ¬
i licemen lcemen and the firemen Oee made heroic heroc res rescues rescues es escue ¬
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He Will 11 Seek the domination Xomlnaton for an anUnexplred anUnexpired anUnexpired
Unexpired Term TermBURLINGTOX Ter TerBULINGTON TermBURLINGTON
BURLINGTON BULINGTON VU Vt June Jue 15 lTe ILThe The state statement stte statemeat
ment made mde In i a newspaper newpaper that thattbe the ap appointment appintent appoIntment
pointment pintent of Jonathan Jonatha Rosa Ro to t the unitedStates United UnitedStates nie
States Sttes Senate Snate was wa made with wit the under understanding tder tderstdig understanding
standing stdig that the te appointee appintee would not be a acandidate acdidate acandidate
candidate cdidate for election electon this year ye hasdrawn hasdrawnfrom hawn hawnfrom has4rawnfrom
from Senator Ross Ros a n letter leter in which bich he hesays hesays besays
says he will wU stand stad as a candidate cndidate for the tbenomination te tenomnaton thenomination
nomination nomnaton to fill fl ou uf the unexpired term termof ter torusof
of the late Senator Senator Merrill Morl MorlD MerrillO
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