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MINISTER M IMERty WU WELCOMB WELCOMBpitt
Petty pitt P ty Objectless to tile Chinese ChineseDiplomat ChineseDiplnmat ChineseDiplomat
Diplomat Overruled OverruledHe
He li e Will 111 Deliver the Fourth of July JulyOnitluu JulyOrntlon JulyOretlon
Onitluu lu ritllatleliihia an Arra Arraug ArraugedSpecial rranll rranlled c cod
od edSpecial Special Committee Co Conllng nil nilIVitNlilncrton to toVnhlnto toVTnslzlngton
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Quaker CHy Clhhnt AVIiat Uev Ite Poole Saya SayaPHILADELPHIA Sa SaPHILADELPffiA SnycPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA July 2 2ht Th Councils CouncilsCommittee CouncilsCommlttee Councilsommittee
Committee C Cti on the Fourth of July Celebra Celebration Celebratfonat Ccebraon ¬
tiJ tion tfonat ti on at Independence Hall onslstlng nslAting ol olJohn ofJohn 01ohn
John J ohn S Hammond chairman TSenry Clay ClayCcorgo C11 C11Ceorge Claeorge
Ccorgo G eorge W Y Sunflorlond George Jawtll W WS W WBatban V VS
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S Bathan and S G Miller together with withFrancis wIthF vIthrancis
Francis F rancis cls Tracy Tobin E Tracy Tobin and andntinry andIItJnry and1nfl17
ntinry 1 Budd will go to Washington to tomorrow tomorrow toorrow ¬
morrow m orrow to 0 escort to Phlladelphla Wu Vu Ting TingizTjs Tingl TingrJg
izTjs l < 1jg the Minister of China to the Unlt UnltStates United Unfledtates UnitedStates
States S tS tS tates who is to deliver the oration on onWednesday onWednesday onvcdnesday
Wednesday WednesdayThe WednesdayThe S vcdnesdayTbe
The party will leave at 1020 oclock oclockin oclockIn ociockthe
in the morning and will be accompanied on onthe onthe one
the th thth e return by the Oriental Orlentaldlpomat diplomat on onthe onthe one
the th e Congressional Congresslonallhnlted limited train at 4 p m InA usspecial mA
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A special car may be provided for or the dis distinguished distinguished d2snguished ¬
tinguished ti visitor and the Phllndelphlans PhllndelphlansThe s sThe
The T he minister will be juartered at the Ho Holel Hol
lel i l Walton during his stay Right Rev RevOzl ReyOzl Revzl
Ozl O zl W Whitabor Bishop of the Proteitant ProteitantEpiscopal Prot Prtetantpiscopal tant tantEpiscopal
Episcopal E Diocess of Pennsylvania will willopen wiUopcn wRpen
open o pen the exercises in Independence Square Squarewith Squarewith Squareltb
ow oS with w ltb prayer and the Rev JohaB John B Fitter PlttarS
S J of St Josephs Roman Catholic CatholicChurch CatholicChurch Catholichurch
Church C hurch will give the benediction in the theabsence theabsence thebenco
a absence of Archbishop P I J Ryan who will willbe willbf wille
be bf b e out of the city at the time timeWithin timeWlthln timeWithin
Within the past few days the Rev Dr DrGeorge DrGeorge Dreorge
George G eorge E ilees nees pastor of the New Tab Tabernacle Tabernacle Tabrnaclo ¬
Go ernacle o Go rnaclo Baptist Church and one or two twoother twoother twother
other o ther ministers have taken exception to toWu toWu tou
Wu W u Tingfangs selection as in bad tasto tastoat ustot
at t this th time One of these clergymen la laquoted 11quoted buoted
quoted q uoted as saying that while he esteems esteemsthe esteemsthe esteemse
the th e minister personnally he protests be because because bethe ¬
cause the latter comes here as the he repre representative representative repreentattve ¬
sentative s of a country committing acts of ofbarbarism orbarbarism ofarbarism
barbarism barbarismOn b arbarismOn
bw On the other band Francis Tracy Tobin Tobinwho Tobinwho Toblnho
who w ho waited upon Minister Wu Vu with the thecitys thecltys theitys
citys c cm itys Invitation 1nvitatlonabouta about a week wee ago and andmembers andmembers andembers
members m embers of the councils committee do not notview notTley notiew
view v vm iew It in any such light Officially they theymaintain theymaintain theyaintain
maintain m aintain the United States is at peace with withChina withCblna withhina
China C hina or the Minister would have been beengiven beengiven
given g iven his passports at Washington before beforethis beforethis
this t his Moreover he Is on the best of terms termswith torm tormwith termswith
with the President and aDd at the State
Department it is asserted assertedand and is anxious anxiousthat anxlolUthat
that the troubles which are due to the theBoxers theBoxers
Boxers of China shall be quickly ended endedand endedand
and a nd those who have been guilty of crime crimeagainst
against a Americana and other foreigners ba bapunished bapunished beunished
punished p unished The fact that the P po tant UntEpiscopal tantEpiscopal
Episcopal Bishop of Pennsylvania T r r4 c l the therepresentative therepresentative
representative r of the Catholic Archtlocese Archtloceseare Arch JJcese JJceseare
are a as re to officiate Is also pointed to as assustaining assustafnlog
sustaining s the action of o the theounclIs theounclIscommittee councilscommittee councils touncilsoimnittee
committee c and other citizens citizensReferring cItIzensReferring
Referring to the Rev Dr Rees criticism criticismRev crJUcbmRev
Rev Frederic Poole who conducts the
Chinese Mission under the auspices of f the theChristian theChristian
Christian League of Philadelphia said last lastnight ast astnight
night I consider the Invitation extended extendedby extendedby extendedby
by the Philadelphia City Councils to the theChinese
Chinese Minister to be the very esseruji esserujiof essereof esseraeof
of courtesy and politeness In view of th thdeplorable te tedeplorabie thedeplorable
deplorable conditions con ltions which at present presentprevail pre ert ertprenil
prevail in Minister Wus native land and andIn
in i n consequence of which American interests Interestsmust
must to a certain extent ox tent suffer It would wouldhowever wouldbow
however bow ever be the acme of foolishness to toaseunse toascume
aseunse that the acts of the Ignorant Ignorantlawless Ignorilntlawless
lawless hordes of China in the present presentdisastrous presentdi
disastrous di astrous uprising in any way reflects reflectsupon rellectsupon reflectsupon
upon Chinas distinguished representative representativeto
to this country countryFrom countr countrFrom
From my m personal knowledge ofMln ofMlnIster or1UnIter of Mm
liter Wu I have no hesitation in saying
that there is no man in the United States Statetwho
who so thoroughly doplores the present presentturbulent presentturbulent
turbulent conditions in Chin than he an2 an2his an anhIs anhis
his acceptance n eptance of the Invitation tendered tenderedto
to him by the councils is but an Indica Indication Indlcation ¬
tion of his sincere appreciation of this thisland thisland thisland
land of liberty which always has and I Itrust Itrust Itrust
trust always will maintain friendly trien re relationa relations
lations with China in the truest and best bestsense bestsense
sense of the term The presence of the theChinese tbeChinese theChinese
Chinese Minister with us and his willing willingness willlngness willingness ¬
ness to speak at such a historic place pl ce on onthe
the Nations birthday is the strongest stroD est evi evidence evidence
dence of his faith in the just attitude of ofthe orthe
the United States to his own Government Governmenteven
even though while he speaks on Wednes Wednesday Vednesday ¬ I
day moraine American troops and an war warships 1r 1rships ¬
ships are b beIng ine hurried to the Chinese Chinesecoast Chinesecoast Chinesecoast
coast coastI
coastI
I repeat that Philadelphia has again againexcelled againexcelled
excelled herself in courtesy and diplomacy
in bringing brIn ng about an incident which is isdestined Isdestined
destined rto to become historic even as It Is Jsunprecedented Isunprecedented
unprecedented and one which cannot help helpI
I but create a better understanding between betweenthe bet een eent1e
the oldest and youngest nations of the theearth tbeearth theearth
earth earthI I
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DROWNED AT ANNAPOLIS ANNAPOLISTrajcic ANNAPOLISTru
Tragic Tru lc SvrlmmliiRr Swimmizi Excursion of ofJinvnl a aXnvnl
Naval Aoadconjr ACnd Candidate CandidateANNAPOLIS CandldnteA CandidateANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS A NAPOLIS Mel Mt July 2 2YnrstonDoughnerof 2Ynrston 2Marstonioughner Marston MarstonBoughner
Boughner Doughnerof i of Clarksburg Clarks urg W Va who ar arrived arrived ¬
rived in Annapolis Friday night to prepare preparefor preparelor
for or the Naval a11 aval Academy examination in inSeptember InSeptember inSeptember
September for admission admI lon as a Anllval naval cadet cadetwas cadetwas cadet
was accidentally drowsed Saturday Saturdayafternoon Saturdaynftemoon I
afternoon while W ne bathing b hln near the entrances entrancesto
to Annapolis Harbor With eight eightcompanions eIghtcompanions eightcompanions
companions young Boughner B ughnerhlred hired a catboat catboatfrom CAtboatfrom cathoatfrom
from Capt William H Burtis and started startedon
on a trip Tbe boat was anchored between betweenGreenberry betweenGreenberry betweenCreenberry
Greenberry Point and Horn Point or orEnstport orEastport orEastport
Eastport while some som of the youngsters youngsterswent youngsterswent youngstersWent
went swimming swlmmlngotbers others of the candidates candidatesremaining candidatesremainIng
remaining in the boat boatBoughar boatBoughuer
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Boughar became separated from his hiscompanions htscompanions hIscompanions
companions and while he appeared at first firstto firstto
to be a good swimmer told his companions companionshe companionshe
he was giving out and requested that the theboat theboat theboat
boat be brought to his assistance They Theygot Th Thegot y ygot
got to him the only oar in the boat which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was about seventy yards away and he hewas hewas hawas
was told to cling to it which ha did for a awhile i iwhile 1 1while
while finally losing his hold In the themeantime themeantime J Jmeantime
meantime his friends wera doing all they theycould the theycould
could to rescue him It ltls is said the thsdrowning thadrowning thedrowning I
drowning man seized one of his rescuers rescuersby rescuersby
by the arm and dragged him under the thewater thewater
water almost drowning him This was wasEarl vasEarl
Earl Chaffee The young man brought him himto himto himto
to the surfaco four or five times and was wasexhausted wasexhausted wasexhausted
exhausted when picked up by his hiscompanions hiscompanions hilcompanions
companions companionsA
A steam launch from the Naval Academy Academywas Academywas
was sent out and parties were engaed In Indragging Indralng
dragging for the body Saturday night and andyesterday andyesterday andyesterday I
yesterday The body was recovered recoveredyesterday recoveredyesterday
yesterday afternoon by 11 four colored men menwith menwith meowith L
with oyster rakes rakesA TakesA rakesA
A Jury summoned by Justice ustice of the Peae PeaeCharles PeaeCharles PennCharles
Charles G Feldmeyer coroner Barry T TL TLevely TLevely
L Levely vely foreman rendered r ndcred a verdict of ofaccidental oraccidental 01 r raccidental
accidental drowning and attached no blame blameto blameto i ito
to those in the tbeboat tbeboatD boat boatD boatD
D W W Boughner an n uncle of otthe the drowned drownedboy drownedboy drownedboy
boy was present at the Inquest and andaccompanied andaccompanied i
accompanied the body home yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayartprnooD yesterda yesterdaafternoon r ir
afternoon A number of candidates for the theNaval theaal th i iNaval
Naval aal Academy accompanied a ompanled the remalxuto remain remainto I Ito
to the depot His uncle came on owing to tothe tothe tc tcthe
the Illness of the boys father fatherA fatherA fatherA
A Jail Without a Prisoner PrillonerWESnIlliSTER PrisonerWESTMINSTER
WESTMINSTER Md M July 2 2The The term termof I Iof
of Imprisonment ot the last occupant of ofthe ci r rthe
the Jail of this county expired on Friday Fridayand Frldayl1nd Fridaynnd
and he was discharged leaving that Insti Institution histitution institutlon ¬
tution without a h i prisoner This in a Con Condition condition conditton ¬
dition somewhat flattering The popula population populaCon
Con of the county Is scarcely zcarcelyless less than 35
000 A few persons charged cbal1 > ed with minor minorviolations minorviolations minotviolations
violations of law laware are out on bail and there thereare thereare thenar
are are ar two or three 1hreeugltives fugitives from the county countyagainst countyagainst r ragainst
against whom Indictments are pending for torlarcenT toi toilarceny
larceny or forgery forgeryI forgeryI oigeryI
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I I IE I I I iBniousneas Biliousness sick head
t Ive I 111 Ml < r r III iilQ i i S i ache Jaundice Indigos Indigestion IndigosL
LifUl L U I I lid I I Lion > constipation are arecared arecured eracured
cured by Hoods Pills KlisEasy mIsEasy PillsEasy
Easy to take easy to operate Druggists 25c
BLOLSE OP PALE BLtTK TAFFETA TAFFETAPalo TFFETAPaloblul TAFFETAPalo
Palo Paloblul blue is quite the craze this summer and Is showing itself In various variousstyles TatloUIstyles vagiousstyles
styles This dainty little blouse is of pale blue taffeta artistically comolred comolredwith com comoicadwith lred lredI
with a trimming of black net and white moussellne de sole The latter forma formatho forrastho formsthe
I tho vest vestln in front and the soft bow at the throat A circular collar o < r white whitesilk whlesUk whitesilk
silk is covered with the black net and framed by an Irregularly scalloped baud baudof badI baneof
I of the blue taffeta The sleeves aro trimmed toimmedin in the same easnofashion fashion
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL PERSONALMr
Mr and Mrs Westinghouse rbo cho Always Alwaysdispense JIlwaysdIspense alwaysspense
dispense di spense hospitality on a generous scale scalehave salebavo scaleave
have h < ave invited their neighbors and the theaum theaummer sum summer ¬
mer us er visitors at Lenox and all around that thatsection thatSection
section s to join them In celebrating the theFourth theFourth
Fourth F ourth ot July The finest pyrotechnic pyroteC ic dis display display ¬
1 play p lay ever ev r eeen In that country will take takeplace takeplace
place p lace next Thursday evening at their sum summer summer ¬
mer us er place at Lenox Erskine Park on the thoshore theshore
shore s hore of o Laurel Lake L ke Mr Westinghouse Westlngbousehas
has h as planned an Illumination of the grounds groundswith grouG is iswith
with w ith special electric lights and devices devicesfrom devicesfrom
from i rons bin private plant on the lake Red Redwhite Redwhite
white w hite afld lIii blue lights will be strung strun the theentire tbeenUre
entire e ntire length of a HO foot flagpole through throughout througbout ¬
out o ut the trees tree and shrubbery about tea teahouse thtthouse
house h ouse There will be a band concert at atthe atthe
the t he residence residenceThe residenceThe
The Ladles Association of o the Metro Metropolitan Metropottan ¬
politan p olttun M E Church have perfected ar arrangements arranements ¬
i rangements r for the celebration of July 4 4at 4at
i at a t Belmont the country home of o Mrs A L LBarber LBarber Larber
Barber B arber The committee in charge have havemade bavemade
made m ade arrangements for patriotic demon demonstration demonstratlon ¬
stration a which will begin at 5 p m Tiie TiieRev T e eReT
Rev R ey Dr Frank M L Bristol pastor of th thMetropolitan the theMelropoUtan
Metropolitan M JI E Church will preside presideand pe lde ldeand
and a nd the programme of exercises will con conslat con61st conlat
slat s lat of the reading of the Declaration of ofIndependence ofIndependence
Independence I by M W Twltchell a reci recitation recItation ¬
i tation t Who First Called You Old Glory Gloryby Gloryby
1 by b y Miss Hattie Walker and addresses by byWilliam byWilliam
William M 01 Springer and Miss Jessie Ac Ackcrman Ackerman Acermae
kcrman k ermae There will Ilso so be a programme programmeof
of o < f patriotic music rendered during the th af afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon t ernoon by a brass band bandMr bandIr
Mr Ir David Graham Adee and family are areat ar arat
at a t their summer home Yarrow farm near nearLaurel nearLaurel nearaurel
Laurel LaurelSenator LaurelSenrtor L aurel aurelSenntor
Senator Foraker and family are occupy occupying occu y ¬
ling i ing ng i haiidsome ha ld3ome cottage on Ocean Avenue at atSpring atSprbJ atpting
Spring S pting Lake N J The Senator spends spendshis spendshIs spendsis
his h is time driving lounging on the beach beachand bucband
and a nd vatching the golf players plaorshe he being an onenthusiastic anI
enthusiastic e spectator of the afternoon afternoonCaptain afternoonaambS
aambS aambSCaptaIn g ames
Captain and Mrs Rdber R ber were ere among amongthe amongthe
the t he wedding guests at the marriage In Moo Morristown lIorrlIstoWD
ristown r N J 1 Saturday of Miss Emily EmilyClark EmUyClark Emilylark
Clark C lark Poor and Lieut W S Montgomery MontgomeryU IontgomeryU
U S N Mrs Reber who Is the daughter daughterof
of o f General nernl and Mrs Miles was V3i the brides bridesclassmate bridesclassmate
classmate c at school schoolSenator
Senator and Mrs Irs Wetmore Wetmorehnve have opened openedtheir openedtheir
their villa ChateausurMer Newport NewportRepreisntatlve NeiJOrtRepre NewportRepreiaatative
Repreisntatlve Repre lItatlve Charles G Bennett and andhis andhis
his li la bride are aro spending the summer at his hisplace hisplace hislace
place p lace at t Bay Shore L IA L LJudge LJud I
Judge Jud Advocate General Lemly r t S SN SN
N and fanlly are occupying a pretty Inn Inncottage inncottage
cottage c at t Deal Beach BeachN N J JMlia JYlls
Miss Myers of this city who Is now at atBleak atBleak
Bleak B leak House ouse Atlantic City will w1l11eava w1l11eavaearly leave leavearly
early e arly this month for Europe It will make makeR makeher makeer
her h er twentyslxth Voyage across theAt theAtlantic the At
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antic lanticRet l anticRev
R Ret v J T A Asninwall Asninwalland and family have havegone haveone haveone
gone g one to Stelter Island N Y for the re remainder remainder r rusninder ¬
mainder of the summer summerSenator summerSenator summerSenator
Senator and Mrs Carter have arrived at attheir attheir atheir
their t home in Helena Mont MontGeneral MontGeneral MontGeneral
General and Mrs John Watts Kearney Kearneyof
of o f New York are visltlnc vIsttln Mrs Kearney Kearneywidow Kearneywidow
widow of Gen Phil Kearney at her cot cottage cottag cottsg ¬
tage tag at Caps Cn a May MayTINPLAJTE MayTINPLAPE MaTTINPLATE
TINPLATE WORKERS STRIKE STRIKETrouble STRIKETrouble STRIKErronble
Trouble at Cumberland Ov Ovflatter Over theMt1or the theIAtte
flatter IAtte of AVttKen AVttKenCUMBERLAND Ine IneC
CUMBERLAND C 1BERLA n Md July 2 2A A greater greaterpart greaterpart greaterart
part p art of the force employed by the Cumber Cumberland Cumberland Comberand ¬
land l Steel and Tinplate Company went on ona ona onstrike
a strike Saturday Eaturdaynlght night The men de demanded demanded ¬
manded an average advanco of 25 5 per cent centover centoer
over last years scale or the adoption of ofthe othe ofhe
the he union scale scae The scale that had been beenIn beenIn beenn
In I n force which President Howard Dickey Dickeywas DIckeywas Dickeywas
was willing to renew was a local one ne mode modefur mndef madethis
fur f d this thl plant plantPresident JlantPresident plantPresident
President Dickey says Cumberland Is not notsituated notsituated notituated
situated s to compete with Pittsburg where wherethe wherethe Vherethe
the general union rate is paid He says sayshe says1e sayshe
he has no more reason for paying a higher higherrate higherrate higherrate
rate than last year that conditions have havenot hsvenot havenot
not changed He declares the he mill will re remain remain yemain ¬
main idle Indefinitely before lie will grant grantan grantIn grantan
an In advance advanceAbout advanceAbout advanceAbout
About 200 men are Affected The ma machine machino matune ¬
chine shop bammershop and open o en hearthfurnace hearthrurnace hearth hearthfurnace
furnace will be kept ic It operation until the thestock thestock tbcstock
stock on hand is consumed consumedbut but all other otherdeportments Ctherdepartments othetdepartments
departments will be closed closedThe closedThe closedThe
The Independent tinplate company of N Nt NG Nfc
t fc G Taylor Philadelphia located here In Inihe 1nlhe L Lhe
ihe he same enclosure with the tin tlnmUlalso tlnmUlalsoIosed mill milL also alsoclosed alscIlosed
closed down Saturday night as thenresult thenresultof th result resulto
of o the inability to reach an agreement on ona ona L La
a scale < The strike will affect about 500 500Ben 500men 50 I Imen
men altogether altogetherPawn altogetherFarm tltogetherVarna
Pawn BalldinK D lldlDJ1I Burned BurnedELLICOTT DomedELL1COTT BurnedELL1COTI
ELLICOTT CITY Md July 2 2A A large largebarn largebarn largibarn
barn stables and two corn co houses hou e3 belong belonging beknljng belenglug ¬
lug to toFIedcrick Frederick Brosenne DrosenneDear near Oakland OaklandMills OaklandII11s I IMills
Mills II11s on the farm knows lrnomi us ns Bland Air Airwere Alrwere Mrwere
were destroyed by fire Saturday Henry HenryV r rI
V I 0 Brosenne Dro nne who tenants the estate was wasabout wa Vassbout 3 3about
about to t begin the work of placing in tae th S
barn the fine wheat crop on the farm oad oadt am I It
t escaped by only a day dayor or two The Tl1eCSJ Tl1eCSJn los Icsjon 3 3on
on n the building is partially partlallysecurcd secured by bi bfln bflnnrsnco in innrance n nQIrance
< nrance There are policies on a portion portionjf
jf f the personal pC JaI property destroyed which whichwas whicbwas I Iwas
was owned by Arthur Brosenne Alto Altogether Altogether Altogather ¬
gether the thl losses amount to about bout 3500 I
THE PHILIP FUNERAL FUNERALrrnUKeJlleD PUNERALrranseejuenta KiifJKKATArrauiremeatft
A Arrauiremeatft rrnUKeJlleD rranseejuenta I for Cite Obsequies ot ottbe ottbe ofthe
tbe Hear Admiral AdmiralNEW AdmlraJNEW AdmiralNEW
NEW YORK July 2 2The The funeral of ofRear otRear ofear
Ra Rear R ear Admiral John W WPhiJlp Philip Command Commandant COlIlnandant Commandnt ¬
a ant nt of the Brooklyn Navy avy Yard wh who > died diedon dIedon diedn
on o n Saturday will W I be held at his resilience resilienceCommander residencethe
In thoard the yard at 4oclock 4 oclock this atetrnoon atetrnoonCommander afetrnoonommander I
Commander C Clifford H West the adnlralsaide admiral admiralside a aaide
am aide a ide was busy yesterday making arrange arrangements arangem arrangeents ¬
m ments ents ts for the obsequies He said that it itad
had h ad not no yet been decided what clergyman clergymanwould clergymanwould clergymanould
would w ould conduct the services servicesTho servicesTho servicesIjio
Tho pallbearers at the navy yard ard will be boCapt beCapt beapt
Capt C apt Frank Wildes Capt H lL C Taylor Taylorof
oC of o f the receiving ship Vermont Capt C M MChester Mheater j
Chester C heater o t of > the battleships Kentucky which whichIs whichIs whichnow
Is now lying at the yard Medical Director DirectoiG DirectorW
G W Woods Naval Constructor F T TBowles TBowles Towles
Bowles B owles and Pay Director Edwin Edwl Putnam PutnamA
A military escort will form OL Main MainStreet Maintreet Iain IainStroot
Street S treet in the yard at 416 oclock ocloc consist consisting consisting consistng
ing i ng of four companies of marines and four fourompanies j
companies c of sailors under command of atLieutenant ofieutenant i
Lieutenant L ieutenant Commander Hellner After the theservices theervices i
services s at the house the body will be beconveyed becOlneyed beonveyed
conveyed c under escort ec rt of the marines and andbluejackets
bluejackets b to the water front frontThe frontThe frontThe
The coffin will be borne by eigit igat lg ll men menfrom menfrom menrom I
from f rom the receiving chip hIp Vermont and the thebattleship thebattleship theattleship
battleship b Kentucky The body will 111 be beplaced 00placed belaced
placed p laced on the tug Nina and taken to the thePennsylvania theennsylvania
Pennsylvania P Railroad station in Jersey
City C ity
CityDuring
During the march from tho commandants commandantsresidence commandantsresidence commandantsesidence
residence r to the pIer at the navy yard yardthirteen yardthirteen yardhirteen
thirteen t guns will be fired from the Ver Veri Vermont er eront I
i mont m ont The same number will ba bel1red fired from fromort rom
Fort F ort Columbus on Governors Island while whilethe whltethe
the body is being conveyed to Jersey JeDe City
Accompanied by an escort rt under Com Commander Commander Corniander
mander n West the body bod will be taken froia froraersey
Jersey J Jn ersey City on the midnight train to An Annapolis AnnapoUs Anapoils ¬
napolis n where it If i will be burled In the Na Naval Nal x3val ¬
val m l Cemttery CemtteryMEXICOS Oem CemtterytEfcOs Her HerMEXICOS
MEXICOS tEfcOs WOMAN WO3IANHuabarid BEALER BEALERiuisbn AT ATlIW1bnJ
I
Huabarid lIW1bnJ l iuisbn d Trie to toJ Kill IJI Her J er During During1Their DurlnJTheir DuringrJaeir
Their HUDeTmonn HUDeTmonnEL llonejmoon llonejmoonEL ioneynennnEL
EL PASO Texas July 2 2Santa Santa Teresa Teresarreek
Urreak U rreek the woman healer on whose head beadexico
Mexico M exico las placed a price and who Js ac accused accused acused
cused c used of having twice wlC Incited the Yaqui Yaquindiana
I It Indians of Sonora to rebel r bel against the es established1 established esablished ¬
tablished1 t Government Covornmentjs is novr no in Arizona Arizonaand Arizonaand Arizonand
and a nd a few days since she was married at
Clifton C lifton to one Juan Rodriguez RodriguezThe i iThe iThe
The couple went to Metcalf letcn1 to spend spendtheir spendtheIr
their t honeymoon and the next day word wordwas wordwas wordas
was w as brought to CHQon CIifon that the bridegroom bridegroomad
had h ad d attempted to murder the alleged saint saintwo
Two T Te wo sheriffs chartered an engine and hast hastened hastned j jened
ened e ned to Metcalf They found the village villagen
in t n an uproar After trying to kill his hiswife hiswIfe hisife
wife w ife Rodrlquez had shut up the town and
disappeared He was subsequently run runown
down d own by the officers and arrested arrestedSome arrestedSome axrestedSome
Some years ago while Santa Teresa was wasn I IIn
iw in i n El Paso engaged In healing the sick a awelldressed a aweUdrcsS aelldressed
welldressed weUdrcsS w dstranger stranger from rom Mexlo exlc sought soughtto
to t o make her hit 1 lii 1 wife and proposed that
they t hey spend their honeymoon in Mexico Mexicoanta J
Santa S anta Teresa was at the time a fugitive fugitiveront j
from lromher f ront her native land for political reasons reasonsand reasonsnd I Iand I
and a nd her father refused TeUSedto to sanction tho thomatch thematch I Imatch
match fearing that the Mexican Govern Government GovernmeIt Governmeat ¬
meat had devised the scheme to decoy BecOher BecOherbeck fleco her herback herack
back b ack across the border and thus effect her hercapture hercapture herapture
capture captureKEEPING captureKEEPING c aptureBEEPING
KEEPING MEMORY GREEN GREENCurious GREENCurlow GREENCurious
Curious CuxtomM CUJlt01l1Jlot of Co CoEint Country Folk In InEastPennrlvnnla
East EastPennrlvnnla EastPennrlvnnlaVrom Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaFrom PenniaylraninProm
From the theSewYorkSom theSewYorkSomOh theJewYork Jf w York SanOh San
Oh yes Ill always keep our dead deadmothers
mothers plate at her place at the table tablezald tab I e esaid
said z aid the th daughter of 0 a rich east Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania farmer We Y8 will also keep k p herknlto her herknife J
knife fork spoon poon cup and saucer and her hernapkin hernapkin
napkin I dont know why we w do it itOl only y j
that it Is the custom hereabouts among nmon i ithe I
the large landowner Whenever auy auygrown
grown person dies In the family f3m11 espec especially espeeaUy ¬ J
ially l an unmarried daughter or or1he the mother motherher motherher
her plate at the table Is never taken away awaysave 1
save once a a nonth onth when hen it is washed washedone No Noone N None
one ever Its at that place no matter what whatthe I Itbe
the crowd Is iio 10 one uses anything be belonging bElonging ¬
longing l to mother We hold the plaw plaweacred va vatered placacred
eacred eacredDown s tered teredDown
Down at the farm of one of o our neigh neighbors neIghbors ¬
bors they never remove the plate of their theiroldest thefrol
oldest ol olest est daughter who ho died twenty years yearsago yennago yearsago
ago All the table articles she used to use usearc useare
arc still there And no one has ever everoccupied everoccHpled everoccnpied
occupied her narrow bed In her room Her Herthings lIeIthIngs
things are just like she left them even to tothe tothe tothe
the chinaware on her bureau Her dresses dreseesare dreuresare dressesare
are faded and moth eaten and consider considerable consIderable considerable ¬
able bad to be taken away but a good goodmany goodmany
many of her things are still as she leftthem left leftthem leftthem
them themThere
There is not so much regard shown for forthe tarthe
the boys But when the head of the house housedies hous housdies housedies
dies his meant chair at t the thetabe table is never neveroccupied neveroccupied neveroccupied
occupied No one on would dare to lake that ttatseat tlatseat
seat At Alone one large farm they kept his hispicture llls lllspicture hispicture
picture In a frame on his chair until oneday one oneday ne neday
day the class dasscracked cracked and the therrame frame split fP
from some unkn6wn cause To this day
they have an idea tt tltt t tho old farmers fannersspirit farmersspirit farmeisspirit
spirit came back and gave that picture plctu a a acrack acrack
crack because he dldatiike to see it thorv thorvNext thJ thJNext
Next they looked Jo Lo the e plate to to toknocked toknocked heknocked
knocked off of the table but ut as that didnt didnthappen didnthappen
happen they take it for granted that the thefarmer thefarmer thefarmer
farmer thinks thlnkatha thats thas s all aJl right Over on onanother ODanother
another farm l where their elr oldest eon dltSiand dll dltSi l
ten jearsagObls years ago his IlOOnJ is closed forever foreverand
and kept Just as he left it with his gun gunboots gnnboots t
boots clothes clothesand and iflshlag shlag rods T vod ds in the cot COllier cotPer 1 1ner f
Per They TheystUl still call it Johns room and andit a 1D 1DIt 1 1it
it will so continue1 unftl until the 1arm farm paries payi payiinto payeainto j ja
into new hands Not Jqng the
lrig ago salt J Ja t ta
a farm arni waznearly was nearly blocked b10cl ed when the owvewanted owJ owve
wanted tc stipulate In the deed that thata thatacertain a acertain acertain 1 I
certain room was as notttori noL iWbe be > oce occupied upied until untilafter untilafter
after tho skach lioC1bot cah of the t bo e seller sellerWe sellerWe sellerWe
We kt k > y au aged lady who still pays paysfor paysfor Paysfo
for fo two seaC scia la their nhurch Jiur Ch Her He bus husband hU3bmd busband ¬
band died eleven levcn years yearsago ago She pays for forbis forhis forhis
his seat and and she he occupies OCCUJlf s hers never ncverhls his
HECHT AND COMPANY COl VANY
513515 513515 Seventh S venth Street StreetAs StreetAs StreetAs
As usual usu l the store storewill will close at G oclock tomorrow tpmorrow evening and andwill andwill andwill
will NOT be open on the Fourth of July JulyA Jul Julj JulA JulyA
j
A clean sweep veep of the shirt waists waistsjNbt waistsNot
Not a 3 single singl waist escapes the slaughter slaughternot not one is restrict restricted restricted restricted ¬
ed Immense tables are piled high with them making the choos choosing choosing choosing ¬
ing easy Youll declare the values Tal ues in this sale to be the most mostextraordinary mostextraordinary mostextraordinary
extraordinary ever offered by anybody at any time of the year year29c year29c year29c
29c for shirt waists worth up to 98c 98cLarge 98cLarge 9cLarge
Large tableful of ladies shirt waists embracing percales percalesdimities lerc perciulesdimities 1cs 1csdimities
dimities lawns and batistes batistesin in all sizes and plenty of large as aswell aswell aswell
well as small sizes which sold for as much as 98c to go for 29c 29ctomorrow 29ctomorrow 29ctomorrow
tomorrow Not more than enough to last the day out
69 cents centsfor
for shirt waists such as youll youllfind youllfind youllfind
find selling at 1 to L49 else elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere ¬
where whereEmbracing whereEmbraclnf whereEmbracing
Embracing dainty aheery white lawn lawnwaists lawnwaists lawnwatstz
waists In a a profusion of different ef effects effects effeels ¬
fects mostly tucked tucketlronts fronts also n80 India Indiallnons Indiallnons Indialinous
llnons percales batistes zephyrs ma madras madr1S anndma ¬
dma and piques trimmed with lace laceand laceand laceand
and embroidery embroider inserting And every everywaist everrwaist everywaist
waist in this lot was made for this thisseasons thisseasons thisseasons
seasons selling and embodies all l the thekinks thekinkS thekinita
kinks of fashion pronounced proper properWaists properWalsts properWaists
Waists like them will be seen selling
for f1 1 to 143 about town Choice for forCOc forCc forCite
Cite
Trimmed hats suffer a sacrifice sacrificeIn
In no former form season have we cut into millinery prices as we weare wearc weare
are cutting just now You can buy a beautiful trimmed hat hatan hatanuntrimmed hatanuntrimmed an anuntrimmed
untrimmed shape and flowers for prettying it at a 3 fraction of offormer offormer I II
I former cost j
G9S for trimmed hats up to 25 25pi98 2549S
pi98 498 for trimmed hats up to 11 11I 11L25 i iL25
I L25 for trimmed tHmmcd hats up to 3tlS 3tlSC 348111C
111C 1 1 IC C tomorrow for tableful of flow floirera lIowera flowI
I era embracing bunches ol o six sixlilacs sixJUacs sixlilacs
lilacs daisies roses violets foliage foliageetc foliageetc foliageetc
etc sold for Site c
598 hats 169 169Hatswhich 169Hats 169Hats
Hatswhich Hats which sold up to 593 98 Including Includingthe iMludlDgthe includingthe
the stylish sf Ush Mackinaw hats with ro rosettc rosette roacHe
acHe of corded silk edged with straw strawand strawand strawand
and bunch of wheat and velvet bands bandsJ bands5c bandscc
5c cc tomo tomorow w for tnbleful or flowers lIoweraconsisting flowers4s
J consisting of wreaths of blossoms blossomsand blossomsand blossomsand
and bunches of violets which formerly formerlysold formerlysold ormerIysold
sold for 25c 5c
Clean sweep sweep wash skirts skirtsRecent skirtsRecent skirtsRecent
Recent purchases of ladies ladi washable skirts and the values valuesresultant Taluesresultant valuesresultant
resultant have been immense arid the selling forms a chapter of ofthe ofthe
the stores history for 1900 Much of these purchases are still stillarriving stiUarrhing stillarrivingear
arriving arrivingear our ur deals were immense For instance the lot of white whitepique whitepique whitepique
pique skirts s rts at L9S This lot arrived Saturday and contains containsskirts containsskirts containsskirts
skirts just like those which we have had in our regular stock at 6
Of course these go down to L3S with the balance
19 101 for aCcwash aCc
C
11 i wash skirts skirtsLadies skirtsLadles skirtsLadies
Ladies linen crash wash washskirts washskirts WlShskim
skirts of a bettor quali quality Quality quailty ¬
ty and better made madeskirts madeskirts madeskirts
skirts by far than those thosewhich thoewhleh thosewhich
which are offered you youabout youabout OU OUabout
about town for 50c 50ccon 50cconalderably 50cconalderably con considerably ¬
alderably fuller In width widthand widthand widthand
and by far more perfect perfectly perfectly perfectly ¬
ly sewn and more perfect perfectfitting perfectfittloare perfectfittingare
fitting fittloare are ottered you youat youat youat
at the ridiculous price pi of of19c at19c edito
19c
69 till forI forIwash for 51 SiU
C
U wash skirts skirtsPlain skirtsPlain skirtsPlain
Plain linen crash crashskirts crashskirts crashskirts
skirts and linen crash crashskirts crashskirs crashskirts
skirts trimmed with blue blueduck blueduck blueduck
duck and white duck all allwith allwith 111 111wIth
with deep hams all 111 full fullwidth fullwIdth fullwidth
width and none worth worthless worthless worthless
less than fL L 1
and a nd no onv on else ever sits in that seat seatWhere seatThere
Where here a child over seven years of age fcgedies bgedies ageies I
dies d ies the plate is kept at the table a short shorttime sborttime shortime
time t ime only Where the child is fifteen the theplate thelate
plate p tp late is kept longer Where the son or ordaughter ordaughter oraughter
daughter d dies aged twentyone or more morethen morethen morehen I
then t the plate Patefs is never removed I know knowone knowone knowne
one o ne place where three grown daughters daughtersdied daughtersied J Jdied
died d ied within wlthlna a year of diphtheria Their Theirplates Thdrplates TheIrlates
plates p lates in a row row are never neverremovcd removed but butfresh butresh I Iresh
resh f flowers 1l0wersare are frequently placed near nearI nearthem nearhem j I
them t hem Their parents and brothers and andsisters andsisters andisters
sisters s isters have long since ceased c ed their weep weepng
injr Inland i ng and the table is no more sad but buteverything butverything butverything
verything e is merry and a d happy and 3D they theyrequentIy
frequently chat ylth iththe the dead people just justas justIS justs
as a IS s if i they were present It does no harm harmeven harmeven harmven
even e ven If l it Is foolish as some people say
Three years ago an old farmer died diedfive diedflve diedve
five fi ve miles from here He Ie left seven sevengrown sevenrown
grown g rown children two sons and five daugh daughters daughers j I Iterse
ters terse t ers all unmarried and uJi living at home homeThere homeThere
There is a rule In the family and it itas
has h as been so BOlrVerslmetbe ever since the old gentle gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
man died that once a week each child childshall chlIdahall childhall
shall s hall spend a half hour in the old mans mansbig mansbIg naansbig
big rocking chair and think lnkoC of him com contnruntf cornmun
nruntf mun with him h I pray for him ask hisadvice his niaadvice I
advice as to farm marogement They be ¬
lieve l ieve that he wants it to be thoroughly thoroughlyunderstood thorouShlyunderstood thoroughlyunderntoo
understood that he Is Still the master of ofthat ortht
that t hat big farm I guess he 1s too for fofthe forthe forhe
the t he children are areruunIng running the place on the thecooperative thecooperative thecooperative
cooperative plan and they are getting gettingalong gettingalon
along alon all right apparently apparentlyIt
It Is a common mmon thing for the daughters daughtersto dau btes btester
to I c take tak turn about in reading trom their
dead mothers prayer book That is about aboutthe abouttbe aboutthe
the only thfng belonging to a dead mother motherthat mothertbat motherthat
that may be handled l by > y the children A Anew ADew Anow
new fashion hercaOO hereabouts ts is to make a aframe arame 1 1trame
frame f rame for a photograph of the e dead one oneout oneout oneout
out of the th material from which her shroud shrouds
is i s made I SKYT aw a very Ta pretty frame made madeof madeof madeof
of pearl and purple silk some of which whichbed whclth
bed h d been used for the he sown gownoC of a a young
irl d who died dle They say that with the theEslor the1t thenn
Eslor t nn 1t and material of o the shroud and the tbaVt thsT thephagrapb
phagrapb Vt > TOgraph T Ph of the dead the remembrance remembrancefef
tIc i jn 1De ntre re vivid Probably It Is White and andblcV andbltc andblack
black bltc material Is not so much used as ashretoford ash ashetoford
hretoford h retofor for shrouds among the farmers farmersof
of this region The layerout of the thedead thed thedead
dead d d buys more shroud material ian Is laneeded IsDeeded isneeded
needed and tberelaUves the relatives set getsom some for forpicture forpi forpicture
picture pi tureframes frames That is if the thepcopls thepcoplsV people peoplejnren peopleltynt
ltynt < jnren V > t got their own shrouds made up p
long l ng beore be ore they e > died diedTeopie dtedPeope diedFeopie
Teopie have to be very careful of the theates tbei theates
i ates cups and saucers of the dead dca It Itfc ItIonsidered Itaonstdered
fc aonstdered considered very bad luck If any piece pieceiS pIeceken
iS Spoken ken kenrr
rr 0
I 98 cents centsfor
for shirt waists such as youll youllfind youll youllfind youllfind
find selling seHingat at 193 to 298 298elsewhere 298elsewhere 29Selewhcre
elsewhere elsewhereEmbracing elsewhereEmbracing elewhcreEmbracing
Embracing the greatest assortment of ofshirt oCshirt ofshirt
shirt waists of percales batistes batisteslawns batl8teslawns bntizteslawns
lawns and white India Indlalinons linons as many manyas manyas
as five hundred styles some trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with embroidery some tucked some somehemstitched som somhemstitched somehemstitched
hemstitched and others with fine finepleats llnepleats finepleats
pleats There are no finer waists mxte mxtethan mde mdethan an 45 45than
than are 4n n this lot and yoell find findothers findothers findothers
others asking L9S to 2J8 98 for them
98 flQ for S2 S2uC 2 2wash
uC C
wash skirts skirtsWhite skirtsWh1te skirtsWhite
White pique skirts skirUpolka sklrupolka skirtspolka
polka dot duck skirts skirtslinen 51drhlinen sldrttlinen
linen crash skirts black blackduck blzckduek blackduck
duck skirts and plain plainblue plalnblue plainblue
blue dunk skirts trim trimmed trimmed trimmed ¬
med with white braid braidwith braidwith braidwith
with the widest hems hemsand hemsand hemsand
and the most desirable
hang worth fully up to
2
ir L98 for white piqueskirts pique piqueskirts piqueI
I t skirts worth Torth up to 6 6The 6The 6tIflm
tIflm The values in this lot are the best that
I have ever been offered by anybody The
finest and heaviest welt white pique and
II 11 Marseilles skirts trimmed with knife knifepleating hllifepleatingwith
nun pleating pleatingwith with embroidery and straps strapsof strapsof
4f of same samewith with full flare tIarethe the highest highestgrades highestgrades
I I
grades of wash skirts
I to be had hadare hadareoffered are areoffered
offered at 198 It is a most gigantic
bargain and you certainly cannot afford
to pass it by
41 t1 98 flQ for wash skirls skirlstP skirtstlJIu
tP tlJIu 1 worth up to S500 S500ChoIce 500 500Choice 500Choice
Choice of the hasdSomest 1 zdome wash skirts skirtspossible skirtspossible rts rtspossible
possible to buy embracing white piques piquestrimmed Jlquestrimmed piquestrimmed
trimmed wIth two rows of embroidery embroideryall
all linen skirts trimmed with embroid embroidery embroidery embrolderg ¬
ery linen crash cl1I h skirts appliqued with withpique wIthpIque withpique
pique and braid new khaki skirts skirtstrimmed skirtstrlrllmed skirtstrimmed
trimmed with inserting and braid braidpolka braidpolka braldpolka
polka dot duck skirts trimmed with withstraps withstraps Withstraps
straps and with deep flounces some of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these skirts are worth up to as high as
5 and it is a most extraordinary op opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity for you to buy them at L9S L9Swithout 19 19without 198without
without restriction
2 7 ftO 98 ft for sKirts slcirtsV sKirtsworthp slir1sJLJu
V JLJu 70 worth worthp jp to SOD 509The SODThe iODThe
The above depicts the th style tyle of these theseuklrts thesei theseskirts
skirts i which we shall offer oer tomorrow tomorrowat tomorrowat
at 2JS and which we defy you to toequal toequal toequal
equal for less than 5 elsewhere Mad Madof M Made Madeof de deOtpWe
of OtpWe pure Irish linen all over tucked tuckedwith tuckedWith tuckedwith
with a flare bottom and full in width widthIn wldthIn widthIn
In this lot are also white pique skirts skirtsof skirtsot skirtsof
of the most desirable
HECHT AND COMPANY
513515 Seventh Street i
a
Mothers MothersBread M others othersBread I IBread
Bread BreadMakes BreadMakes i
Makes the theChildren theOhiIdFeII i
Children Healthy HealthyIts
Its the bread that is sus sustaining sustaining sustaming ¬
taining Contains 20 per percent percent peacent
cent more gluten than any anyother anyother an another
other bread made The chil ¬
dren like it and it likes
them Delivered fresh to your yourgrocer yonirocer
igrocer grocer rocer three times a day daycents 5 5cents 5cents
cents a loaf Refuse substi substitutes snbstit substitutes ¬
tutes t tcs
Corbys CorbysModern CorbysModern Corbysodern
Modern odern Bakery
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Camp Meetin MeetinThey
They used a Huntington Piano There Th Theres es some something sot n nthing ¬
thing enticing about the tones of a Huoting Huotington Huntin Huntinion Sf Sfcon
ton Paderevski just bought one and pre presented preRJrted Ire Ireseated ¬
seated it to the Paderewski Singing Society 5oclet of
Chicago AVe Ve hare bna a law cw used ones atS175 at atCStL I73
CASH CASHDROOPS CStLDIOOPS cAs cAsDROOPS
DROOPS MUSIC HOUSE HOUSE9SS tlOUSEt tlOUSEt95Pt1m
9SS 95Pt1m Prima Aye ATCStclnvray AyeStdnwJ AyeStclnwy
Stclnvray and Other Pilots PilotsPopularity PianosPopularity
Popularity If Continued ContinuedIs
1 Is i Wsed > rd 0 en on mrir < W Warners Sat af t Cure merit m mpC its Itjularity itsr
pC dularity > ularity ularlt for diseases d ie CS of the kidneys and line r
AMCSEMEJTTS A USE EYT EYTRACES f fRACES i iRACES
RACES RACESAt
At Brightwood Park ParkJuly ParkJuly ParkJuly
July 4 4FOUR 4FOUn 4Form
FOUR GREAT RACES RACESnKfxiXG RCESRID RACESflU2NlNc
nKfxiXG RID LG TBornxo TR6 rii6tnw c AND L PACING PACING71ACES PCISGJtACJS PACISOitacss
71ACES START PBOJUTTY AT 1 P MT MTCHESAPEAKE M C
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