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i T7TcTT Fair tonight ight partly art1y cloudy cloudywith 11 r c REiDTHEMORNiNG TIME TIMEt
with rising lsmgtemf temperature ratureThu Thurs Thursday s ttbt otVttttUi ctiiuI Utme The News of AH I the World WorldBEST
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I Number 2197 2l9 WASHINGTON YASIIISGfO WED VEDXESDA Y AUGUST 13 1902 19O I Price PflC PrjceOnCent One On Cent CentI
i I EXPLOSION ON TUG TUGKILLS TUGKILLS
KILLS FIVE FIVEOF OF CREW
The Jacob Kuper Blown Blownto Blovnto Blownto
to Pieces and Sunk to toBottom toBottonl toBottom
Bottom of Bay BayA BayA BayA
A mm LiST OF INJURED mi miTha E E1h H HIh
Tha Ih Accident Ss S > Near Staten StatenIsland StatenIsland I
Island That Dbris DbrisStruck 0 bris brisStruck
4 Struck Vessels VesselsFERRYBOAT VesselsFERRYBOATTO I IFERRYBOAT
I II
FERRYBOAT FERRYBOATTO TO THE RESCUE RESCUEWrecked RESCUEI RESCUEWrecked RESCUEI RESCUEIWrecked I
I
Wrecked Craft Was Formerly the Reve Revenue Revenue Revenue ¬
nue Cutter Cheyenne aDd Was Own Owned Ownedby Owned ¬
ed edby by Kuper Brothers of New York YorkCotton YorkCotton YorkCotton
Cotton Lighter in Tow Undamaged UndamagedXEW UndamagedW Undamagedsw
XEW sw W YORK AM Aug 13 15Five Five men were wereof we weki11d werekilled
killed and six ojured b i Ute explosion explosionof exIosknor
of the boilers of the tag t Jacob Knper Knperoff K1I K1Ioff
4 off Staten Island ia the Kuper K8 r Harbor Harbora
a < l o this morning morningThe morningThe uiorntug uiorntugThe
The tug sank within ithiR thirty t hty seconds of ofthe ofthe ofthE
the explosion and the cottonladen cottonladenlighter otteu1adenlighter
lighter Stanley which bich the tag was w tow towing tow1ng ¬
ing was pulled to the t e State SUtteR Island Islandashore Isandasbore
ashore in a sinking condition condftlonList j jList
List of Dead DeadThe DeadTh DeadThr
The Th dead are areCaptain areCaptain areCaptaIn
Captain Henry JofaftsoB JcHIRs frf c the t e tg tgWilliam bigo
o t William Purdy PurdyFireman Purdytieik PurdytieikFireman e kbod kbodFireman
Fireman Henry HenryCcok Henrycok HenryCcok
Ccok cok Louis LouisEddie LoulaEddie
Eddie Dee 2S4 S4 4 Hides AveoiHS AI O Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brook1Nn ¬
lyn of the 6rew 6 Fw w of the lit lIghterThe lighter lighterThe ter
The Th Injured InjuredThe In ThjiredThe IIe
The injured are areNicholas areNicholas areNicholas
Nicholas Nicholastleton NicholasLawrence NicholasLawrence
Lawrence HauBeR badly Rur biirtreseied biirtreseiedfrom reseued reseuedfrom
from the water by the ferrYb ferrybt t Cti CtitJNon Casfleton
tleton and taken to Smiths Infirmary clnftrB1ryhristi1in InfirmaryChristian 1nthmaryrj1ristian
Christian Kraig 123 meoiry 12 Corry Street StreetBrooklyn StreetBrooklyn StreetBrook1yn
Brooklyn badly scalded scaldedCaptain scal8edCaptain acaldedCaptain
Captain Ned Larsea of lighter gbter Stan Stanley Stanley Stanley ¬
ley 88 S Walcott W cott Street Brooklyn badly badlyEralded badlyscalded badlysralded
scalded EraldedEdward scaldedEdward sraldedEdward
Edward Lawrence 98 Wall Street StreetBrooklyn StreetBrooklyn StreetBrooklyn
Brooklyn badly scalded SCIdedThe scaldedThe ld8 ld8The
The Boilers BoilersExploded BoilersExplodedThe Exploded ExplodedThe xplodedThe
The tug had takoube t Jlr e Stanley in tow towat towat towat
at Red Hook HookPnLyeok1i J Point > otntl Brooklyn earlier earlt rll In in
w thp day aDd ad Jyj ca 1t tl rOi Pf Pfrl 4 Sta
= f rl a Island Islan4L TWTKper TIJex1 Tteiad TteiadSLafPn per > had l lStaten
Staten Island shore and dropped drepPed back backto backto backshove
to shove its tow to into the dock doc when whenvathout WBeavithout whenV
vathout V Lthout a moments nwmenrs warning the tb boilers boilerson bon rs rson
on the tug let go wjth with dth a terrific noise noiseThe noiseThe noleeThe
The air was as filled with steam complete completely ¬
ly y shutting off the scene of the tragedy tragedyThirty tragedYThirty tragedyThirty
Thirty seconds later when the steam stesHhad steamhad steamhad
had cleared somewhat the tug was as no nowhere now nowhere ¬
where w here to be seen seenBoat SeeDBoat seenBoat
Boat Blown to Pieces PiecesThe PiecesThe PiecesThe
The boat had been literally blows to topit toIHCoS toyieecs
pit IHCoS ccs and the remnants of her hull sent sentto sentto
j
to the bottom of the bay bayside bayA bayA
A huge gap bad been blown iB Into tile tileside theie
side ie of io Stanley and the theupper upper works workscf worksd workacf
cf the cottonladen barge were straws strawsKith str strawath w wIth
Kith Ith th wreek wreckage e and groaning grotmi g mangled mangledxncxz maagleciIDtn masgiedceo
xncxz xncxzIn IDtnIn ceo ceoIa
In the water aboUt the barge b r e were wereinjured werecred werenIred
injured nIred men but the dead had M4 been beentlown DeenUown beenUn
tlown trot ut of sight sightWellKnown stghtWellKnown sightWellKnown
WellKnown VesselThe Vessel VesselThe VesseLThe
The Jacob J eob Kuper was one e of tbe best bestknown bestImown besticcwu
known of the tugboats which plied about aboutNew a abottta out outtw
New tw a York waters She was wa formerly formerlytfc formellytht foerlyrevenue
tht tfc > revenue cutter Cheyenne Cheyen e and was wasct wasrt wasrt
rt cue ne e time knows as the Bristol She Sheraeasured Sbewfasured Sher
raeasured r ij t6S 68 feet 1 t 2 22 I 2 feet beast ooa aM aadhfr aMhfr aMlr
hfr tonnage wa4 wa 144 She was b builtiB builtiBIij built Ht In InISS Ins
ISS Iij s at Charleston S C CFsrryboat CFm Cj
j Ferryboat Fm at Gives Assistance AssistanceThe AssistanceThe Assistanceflip
The f errboat Castleton plying be beK bet7 bet
t7 t f Siu K I Istaad 18la Bd and and the New York Yorkrtory Yorkrir
rtory rir r w WDefll was near the f e scene of the ex cxsion 1 1iosion
iosion sion and at once went to tbe as asr ul asLXC5
r stance l > ance of the insured i jure Hansen was wassrussling W1tBtruggling wasuggliiig
srussling uggliiig is the t ewater water and was picked pickedTbe ptekeT pIcketThe
The T e crew cre jaad and paseeBgers oa tB the ferry ferryFW ferryw
FW w no trv tr L > d of the dead among the theBrcrlc th thkgi thec
Brcrlc c kgi Ic s aDd ad the soppostfen fe hst that tbattcy thatt at atCO
tcy t C vere ere either blown b wn to pieces or orEfnt orECl orrcc
ECl Efnt to o the bottom bottomOnly bottOBLOnly bottomOIyOne
Only OIyOne One Killed on Lighter LighterIt
lilt liltIt
It I is s considered marvelous that oalyj oalyjCEP only oulyc onlycr
c cr CEP man qp i the lighter was was killed killedhe killedcs i
cs 3 he ie tug lay directly directl alongside when whfDt j jL
L < r t boilers bol lees sent 8ent death and destruction destructionrs destrueUonrng
rs rng ijg the crew The Stanley was cov covercd covHcd coyrcu
ercd rcu with Mood sad presented a grue gruesome grueome grassome ¬
some ome aspect after she S e had been warped warpedthe rped rped1t1 i iIito
Iito 1t1 the dok The side near > > ear the t tag tagv c ca c civaf
ivaf v a wrecked and but for prompt prompt promptt as asElstance asC
Elstance t C stance sanee from shore sli < < e the Staalejr would wouldsurely wouldsurel wouldnre1y
surely surel have gone down with the injured IBj injureden red redin i ion
her v vCaptain
on in
Captain Hot on Board BoardCaptain Boardra Boardaan
Captain ra aan tain Lunborg formerly tOn erly ia I command commandc
c the tug Kuper was not OB tae boat boata boatthe
a the time of the accident contrary to toLrst toLrst ioi
Lrst i est reports Hansen was blown from fromhe fromtp fromt
he t tug U into tnt the air aDd alighted aUgilt d on the theteuton tMc theCOO
teuton c COO on on the lighter He was seriously seriouslyInjured Jlertously1rJ seilouslyt
Injured InjuredThe 1rJ t red redTh redTl
The Tl Th explosion was witnessed wUne ed by scores scoresc
c f people N > ople on harbor craft and on shore shoree s re reEewitne
Eewitne i e witnesses a flneSsCS H say there wag a cloud of ofair ofam
air 4 a deafening desCeJUDgDOfse noise the air full 01 01T O or
T 1 rt r < Jtage age and aDCItben then the tug had dteap dteapBeared dl disepred llp llprared >
Beared rared red Two bodies were seen hurtling bartliagr hurtlingthe
r ugh the air airA air800n airaeon
A soon 800n as possible after fter the eipio eipioo
E o 01 a t petrol of o polfte pO was gotten te tegtt t8wber teier
gtt wber ier er and this afternoon att rnoon they are grap grappling grapJLng grepig ¬
pling ig for the bodies bodiesSlight bodiesSlight bodIeeSIiht
Slight Frost in New York YerkelLLSTON Yerl1tLLSTON
1 ALLSTON N f Y Aug 13 13AaflgJtt 13AaflgJttfrost 13A A slight slightfrcst 811gMfrost
frost w Win i aoiH DCIItkeaI noticeable Wa Ie at daybreak 3reak k today todayin todayIn todayin
in the lowlands ICJIlt nds seer Bettrhere here
TO PAY LASTING TRIBUTE TRIBUTETO TRIBtJTETO TRIBUTETO 1
TO PRESIDENT FtfKltfLEY1 FtfKltfLEY1ItHseis MKINLEYI MKINLEYImnois
4 I 1iIinois
ItHseis People Raise 850000 50000 Toward TowardtMj TowardtMjErection the theErection theErection
Erection of a National Monument MonumenLCHICAGO i Ii j jCHICAGO I ICHICAGO
CHICAGO Aug 13 1ZIUinois Illinois is the first firstof heatof I Ior
of the t e States to pay lasting tribute to1 to1the tff1t t tthe
the memory of William McKinley McKinleyThe McKinleyThe I IThe
The 500e O oo contributed by the people peopleof pe peopleof pe peof
of this State as their share1 sharetoward rowsard the thaerection theerection
erection of a national monument mon ment to the thelate thelate thelate I
late President has already been raised raisedand rasedand raisedand
and subscriptions continue to t come in inRUSSELL inDTTc1iTT j jRUSSELL
RUSSELL DTTc1iTT ttUlLiiIJiJ SAGE UttIil APP1flP SETTLES SETTLESTHI SETTLESTRE hth11 hth11J1E
THI J1E STRIKE QUESTION PSTIOHComes QUESTIONCOnJeS10 BESTIg BESTIgCornes
Comes COnJeS10 to the thtr t1i Rescue ue of the theManhattan thei1anhattan
I
Manhattan S rke rkeHadBeea r ke keHad e
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I I II
HadBeea Had B Been cn No Trouble far f9rYear Years and andCoufd andCoufd andCould
Coufd Not See Sense Sensein in Saving Savingf JiavingADYpow aving avingAny
f Any ADYpow ADYpowXEW Jf jtow jtowNEW ow owNEW
NEW YORK Y RK Aug IS nIt It Qeelo Qeelotoday erek ee1oped ee1opedtoday Fed Fedtoday
today that Russell Sage age the aged Sass financier fiBafteier Sasscier ¬
cier won the victory for the t i engineers engineersand aglneersand ngtneersI
and firemen of the Manhattan L LGeneral LGeaeral LGeneral
I General Manager Sfeitt and a majority majorityof
of the directors were strongly against againstgranting againstgranting againstgranting
granting the demands of the men menisse and aadless andless
less than two hours before the t trouble troublewas troub troublewas e ewas
was settled at a directors meeting the thegeaeral thegefleral
geaeral 5 tenil sentiment seemed to favor tavoral tavorallong al allowing allowing ¬
lowing the men to strike and filling Sitingtheir liUinstbeJr fillingtheir
their places placesIt
It was at this critical stage that Mr MrS lr 4rSage lrSag
S Sag Sage ge i took a hand handI
I do not see s a ay < y nmJtMlty tJ to f t a acbaoge a achaage achange
i change he said The Th compaay and andthe aD aDtite andthe
the men have ftaV always gotten Otten along 1oDg well wellenough welteneagh
enough before and what is I the use of ofmaking 0 0malda ofmakint
making malda a change c nge The men m have nave been beenworking beeDoddng beenworking I
working oddng nine hours a day and why make makethem DJaketbem nakethem
them work ten unless we give them ex extra catea ¬
tra pay payMr paylr payMr
Mr lr Sages view after some somediscussion further furtherdiscussion lrtlt t tdls
discussion dls < ussion triumphed triumphedWhen trtumpbedWhen i iWhen
When seen today and asked about his hispart Idspart hispart
part in the trouble Mr Ir Sage s said id I Ido Ido Inot
do f not deserve any a y special credit for forwhat forwhat forwhat
what I did I think things should be berunning berunning berunning
running along just as they have for foryears foryears foryears
years For years the company PDY and its itsemployes itsamp Itsemployee
employee amp loyas have gotten gottenllODg along Blee nicely 11 aDd aadwhy andwhy
why should we have a strike at this thl late lateday lateday lateday
day
t tRIK1NCMINERS STRIKING RIKiNG MINERS IN ERSAN ERSANDESTl IN INDESTITUTE INDESTITUTE
DESTITUTE DESTl UTE CONDITION CONDITIONWest CONDITIONWest CONDITIONWest
West Virginia WorkersSeeking Workers Seeking Funds 3Tundsto Fundsto Fundsto
to Relieve Suffering SufferingWHEELING S1 SufferiigWHEELING eri g gWHEELING
WHEELING W Va Aug 13 Utril UtrilinJ 13trlklug Strik StrikState
inJ lug miners In the central part or the theState theState
State are soliciting fu fuatereleve fuadf dc to relieve the tbesiiners t1MmlBers theminers
miners of 0 suffering sufferingThey sujferlngThey sufferingThey
They say that the allowance from tbe thenational tbenationaJ tbenational
national union falls far short of keep keeping keeping keeplug ¬
ing them and n that they are are is death destitute destlute deathtote ¬
ute condition
Dealers Maintain Hope HopeThat Hop HopThat HopeThat
That Strike Will V1I1 End EndSpeedily EndSpeedily EndSpeedily
Speedily SpeedilyKEEPING SpeedilyKEEPING SpeedilyKEEPING
NORMAJ NORMAJAgents
KEEPING PRICES NORMAL NORMALAgents NORMALAgents
i
t tWill
Agents of Big Operators Claim Mines MinesWill MinesWill
Will Will Be Working Within Two Weeks Weeksand weekSand Weeksand
and Say There Is No Occasion for forWorry forWorryIdleness forWorryIdleness
Worry WorryIdleness Idleness for Yard Employes EmployesThe Employesp EmployesThe
p
The total supply of anthracite coal a atbfe nthis J Jthis
this city it is conservatively estimated estimatedwill estimatedwill estimatedwill
will not last over thirty days longer longereven lODgerI longereven
even with tbe most careful handling aDd aadthe aDdI andthe
I
I the dealers aDd public in general ge rl ar arnow aN aNl710W areow
l710W now ow confronted with a most mo t serious rkNa sit situation 1IItuatloD sitnation ¬
nation With the coming of cold colder wealB weather
er when hen the absence of fires will j jmuch meaD meaDmuch meanmuch
much discomfort dl comfort and suffering especial especially especially ¬
ly among the e needy not a pound of hard hardeo hardcoal hardcoal
eo coal l will be purchasable urchasaJie In the markets marketsof
of the city cit unless there is an early re resumption reumptlon xcaumption ¬
sumption of operatiiiis operati at tbe mines minesIn minesIn minesIn
In this city for the f fast ast two montbn montbnit mootiisitbAs
it itbAs has b s been impossible Impos ible to obtain obf aln coal coalexcept coalexcept coalexcept
except for imnfediate consumption and andia andIn andin
In small quantitec at any price Jn the theface theface theface
face of o the fact that thatthe the dealers were wereunable wereunable ere ereunable
unable to replenish repleui h tbe supplies of coal coalon coalon coalon
on hand they have maintained the same sameprices sameprices sameprices
prices as prevailed before the strike strikewas strikedeclared strikewag
was declared In no otner city of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country local dealers say has equal equalconsideration equalcoJUdderation equalconsideration
consideration been shown to the con consumer consumer eonmimer ¬
sumer In New York and Boston prices priceshave prlc prlchave priceshave
have advanced 2 to 5 > a ton on all allgrades nflgrades 1 1grades
grades of anthracite anthraciteLocal aDtltraeiteLecal anthraciteLecal
Lecal Dealers Avoid Agitation AgitationEvery Agitati AgitationEvery n nEVfT
Every EVfT effort O < < ort has been made by the lo local local lecal ¬
cal dealers to prevent any agitation agitationof gttatio gttatioQ
of Q PC the subject bjeet as it could result r ult ia no nogood noCOOtl nog
good g but might probably cause eau e much muchsuffering mtHhilUfrering muchsuffering
suffering ilUfrering to those least prepared prepared to tostand tostand
stand It They The believed b < > lIeyed that if the ac actual act seteal ¬
teal t al situation were cre made known persons personsof
of means would ould rush into the t le market marketf5 marketa
apd a r rus tltepric of coal up te l 0 or ori
f5 i Ii a a tea t < H in their endeavor to t lay in intheir Intheir
I their r wi winters supply Iy aiH make sore Mr Mr1ta of ofhaving ofhaving
having 1ta the th8prcc precious s black ack diamonds dl s for fO fOt fOT fori
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MOROS igiUg 1URnBR fl1WO fl1WOAMERIGAl i ikMllIll
AfflMluAri AMERIGAl kMllIll AlERIHAM Ii Ai QWFlWHT ofirillMLo ofirillMLoAttack SENTiNELS SENTiNELSAttac IIiE IIiEAttack Q
Attac Attack Made on an Outpost OutpostIn Outpost I IIn
In Mindanao MindanaoPLACE MindanaoPLACE MindanaoPLACE
PLACE OF FORMER MASSACRE MASSACRECawp filASSACRECamp MASSACRECamp
Camp Vicars Where Army Lieutenant Lieutenantand Lieutenantand Lieutenantand
and Men Were Killed a Year Ago the theScene theScexeAggressive theSceteAggrcssive
Scene ScexeAggressive Aggressive Campaign Now NowecesslIY Nowccessary j jUecessary
Uecessary ecesslIY Officials Believe BelieveAn BelieveAn Be1ieveAn
An announcement was wa made this thismoru thismorui morn morning montlag ¬
lag i by Adjutant General Corbin of an anattack anattack anattack
attack by Moros upon aa m outpost at atCamp AtCamp atCamp
Camp Vicars in the Island IsJantlo of Minl Minlclanao Mm Mmdanno 1in 1indanao
clanao as a follows followsThe followsThe i iThe
The War Var Department is advised by bycable byca bycable
cable ca le from General Caffee that on Au August August August ¬
gust 12 1 at t midnight midnight ten or twelve Mores Morosattacked Moresattacked Iorosa
attacked a tackcd an outpost of Company G GTwentyseventh GTwentseventh GTwentyseventh
Twentyseventh Infantry at Camp Vic Vicars Vicars Vicars ¬
ars killing Henry HenryC C Carey and James JamesFoley Jam JamFole JamesFoley
Foley Fole 1tnd and wounding two other enlisted enlistedmen enlistedmen enlistedmen
men menA A clash between eiw en the American n sol soldier soldier ¬
dier and Moros has been expected by bysnay by8I1Br byarmy
army officers for a month or more Every Everyeffort Everyeffort el7 el7effort
effort has been n made ma e by the Americans Amerieaasto Americans Americansto
to prevent an outbreak among the fol followers followers followers ¬
lowers of the hostile dattos dattosbut datt sbut but tliC for forbearance forbearanee forbearance ¬
bearance of the troops has nearly been beenexhausted beeneJhausted beenexhausted
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exhausted exhaustedThe eJhaustedThe exhaustedThe
The importance of the situation in inMindanao inMludanao InMindanso
Mindanao is shown by the fact that thatGeneral tbatGeBeral thatGeneral
General Chaffed has gone there to to per personally personaUy personally ¬
sonally direct the operations of Amen American A Amencan Derl Derlcan ¬
can troops IB the opinion of officers offlcersat offlcersatthe at atthe t tthe
the War Departmen it t will wl1lnow now be benecessary benecessary benecessary
necessary to begin an active campaign campaignagainst campaigaIDSt campai campaiagainst
against IDSt the Moros oros to pueish them for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their treachery treacheryA
A Place Plac of Bloody Record RecordGamp RecordCamp RecordCa
Gamp Ca Vicars is a newly established establishedpoet establishedpost sablisbedPost
Post a few f w miles from Malafcang Min Mindanao Minoonao hia hiadano ¬
danao where wh re Lieutenant Vicars and a anumber 8 8I anumber
number nUNbf > r of l American soldiers were wer e mas massacred ma masacred massacred ¬
I sacred a year year ago It WES named ia iahonor iahonor inhonor
honor of the murdered officer officerOrders officer officerI officerOrders
I Orders Or rs have recently ree t1y been issued in increasing increafli IncreasIng ¬
creasing creafli the fcrce at the garrison points pointstfeiwigh pointst1sPUJh pointsthreugh
tfeiwigh Mindanao 3Iirn < aao and it is possible possiblets po8siNesun possiblethststiII
ts thststiII still further increases will now be beordered beor beordered
ordered orderedHAfflffl or orderedRAITTAIK ered
I IHAITIAN
HAITIAN INSURGENTS INSURGENTSCAPTURE INSURG INTJllENTCAPT1flIE ElITS ElITSG
CAPTURE G CAPT1flIE mam mamerPdweli GONAIVESW AI8 AI8Wier
Wier W erPdweli r P Powe1lCabls vel Cables C 151 Su Sucess Sue Suecess Success
cess of Firminists FirministsIn
In a aJelegr telegram to the the State Statbepatment Statbepatmenttoday Department Departmenttoday Departmenttoday
today William L Powell PO EJi the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Minister tDtster at t Port an at Prince Haiti Haitisays Haitisays Haitisays
says saysGoBaires
GoBaires is in the t1 > hands Of General GeneralFirmia GeneralFirmin GeneralFlrinin
Firmia FirmiaGoaaives FlrininGonaiwes po poGODatVefI
Goaaives is an important jlnportant Haitian sea seaport seaport seaport ¬
port Firmin fe the 0 leader of oftlte the prin principal principal principal ¬
cipal revolutionary party and its can candidate can candidate candidate ¬
didate for president
A LOCAL COAL COALFAMINE COALFAMINEONL FAMINE FAMINEONLY FAMINEONLY
ONLY ONL Y THIRTY DAYS DA YSOFP OFF
the frosty days that are to come come This Thisaettoll This Thisaction Thisaction
action would w uld of o eou COCfie rse result in ez ezhaustia exhaU8ti cxboasting
haustia boasting g the limited snpply now on bead beadand MadAd handsad
and Ad immediately exclude the poor from fromobtaining fromobtaID fromoldaintag
obtaining obtaID u any an that they might need needIt 1IeecLIt nee neeIt
It has Jteefi een with the greatest effort effortOB effortofit effortonthe
OB ofit onthe the e part of members of the Coal Deal Dealers DcaieN Dealens ¬
ers Association that the fears of the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public have been quieted up to the pres present present proseat ¬
ent time but they believe that unless unlessthe unlessJthe unlessthe
the strike is ended before the 23th th of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the present month the tbesitulltion situation will willbe willbe willbe
be beyond their tllel control and that there therewill therewill therewill
will be a mad scramble for the small smallamount smallamount smallamount
amount of coal now in the yards of oth othJarger the thelarger thelarger
larger dealers dealersAgents dealt dealersAgents > rs
I IA
Agents A nts Give Assurances AssurancesSeveral AssurancesSeveral
I
Several agents of the mines were in inconsultation inCOD8ultaUou inconsultation
consultation with the local dealers this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and assured them that the themines themi themines
mines mi will be in operation within two twoweeks twow twoweeks
weeks w ks The situation they stated wastit wasins was wasiava
iava tit ins a good way for immediate adjustment adjustmentajji adjustmenta
a ajji a fresh supply of coal would soou soouh SOODJteadlng soouha
h ha heading toward the city cityA cityA
A long conference was held today be between betwe4ID betwese ¬
tween them aDd the officers of the coal coalexchange coaltxchaqe coalexchange
exchange during which hieh the situation situationtras situationv3S situationvas
vas laid before fqre them in all its serious seriousness seriot seriouspcan ¬
ness The agents wore of course help helpless helpJcs helpless
less Jcs to relieve the situation but stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that they would wouldlay Jay lay all of the facts be before before before ¬
fore the operators by whom they are areelDpio areemployed j jemployed
employed elDpio ed The mere presence of these theseagents theseageBts theseagents
agents in the city is looked upon as a afavorable afavorable afavorable
favorable aspect of 1 L situation as un unless unless onless ¬
less the end of o the srike dke was in sight sighthey sightfhey sightthey
hey would hardly be e resuming their th fr ac activity activity actisity ¬
tivity among the dealers dealersMany dGalprsMany dealersMany
Many Empty Coal Yards Yardslost YardsMost j jMost
Most lost of tbe coal yards of the city are arecleared arecleared arecleared
cleared up of supplies of every kind a athe uW uWthe > t ttbe
the empty bins and idle carts are in instrong Instrong instrong
strong contrast to the usual activity at atthis attbls atthis
this time of the year ea when all teams teamsare teamsare teamsare
are generally engaged In hauKng the thewinters thewinters thewinters
winters fuel Even the Government of offices offices offlees ¬
fices are m compelled comlH > lIed to make out as best bestthey besttiley bestthey
they can with the sort and sooty loot variety varietyand varietyand varietyand
and none but this quality of coal is be being beiag belag ¬
lag placed in tbe vaults an Its of the big build buildInge buildIngs buildlags
lags for the winter months monthsThe monthsT monthsThe
The T small amount of coal that is still stillvisible stillvisible stillvisible
visible in the city clt is in the hands of a afew afew 1 1ff
few ff of the largest dealers who however howeierhave howeverlune howeverhave
have been extremely liberal in supply supplying supphing supplyhog ¬
ing the tit > smaller dealers with as much as astheir a atheir s stbelr
their customers needed for immediate immediateconsumption ImmediateconmmpUon lmrnedlateconsJinptlor
consumption consumptionIf
If work at the mines Is resumed be before bcfore besore ¬
fore the 25th 5th instant it is the present presentpJswt presentplaitoC presentplait
plait plaitoC of the local dealers to make no io ad advaaee adn advance
vance n ee in the price of u coal to the cu cutomer cut custcmer cuttemer
tomer although alth04l they maybe ft be called upon uponfor uponfor uponfor
for an increased price prl e at wholesale for fora rora fora
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Mr N L Burcheirs Name NamePresented NamePresented NamePresented
Presented to PresidentGUESSING President PresidentGUESSING PresidentGUESSING
GUESSING CONTEST CONTE T STILL STILLMr ON ONMr ONI ONIMr
J JSuccesso I
Mr Roosevelt ROOSCVC in KoHnny No JIurry to tOAP Appoint AppointSuccessor AppointSuccesso oi
Successo to t Mr Boss RossRumos Ros Rarhors Ruri1o < s of a aConference I IConference I IConference I
Conference at Oyster Oyst tBay Bay Tomorrow TomorrowAfternoon TomorrowAfternoon
I
Afternoon AfternoonA Afternoonnes
A new candidate for f J the e vatincy va < tm rick y on onthe onthe onthe
the Board of District Commissioners ap appear appeartd appearad
pear peartd 5d this morning la 1 hvThe the 1e person personoe of Mr MrN iIrLandon MrN
N Landon BurcheH the ib wellknown F FStreet FSlrPet FStreet
Street lawyer law 2r It appears apPeltrtiaat that ta name nameof DameIJr nameof
of Mr II Burchcll w waS presented to the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President a few day dan ago with ith some somestrong sometrong somestrong
strong indorsement from the members membersof
of the bar and the busin business men on F FStreet FStTet FStreet
Street Those who hare ave been en looking lookingafter lookingafter lookingafter
after Mr BwrcbellV BurchellsInteits Interests r stated to today today today ¬
day that they had confidence con i e that the thepresentations tbepresent thepresentations
presentations present tions made t tie r She t e President Presidentwould Presidentwould Presidentsould
would have eoasideia consldenIJiJ considereeeIght jfeiwalght eJ ht In the thecontest thecontHt theconthdt
contest and would ritwlt r l J Fa the claims claimscf claimscf claimsCf
cf their candidate befagjyery belfi be1ngvory ery carefully carefullyconsidered caref carefUllyconsidered 1ty 1tyconsidered
considered consideredAccording consideredAccording
According to the ternafe terI of a telegram telegramreceived telegramreceived telegramreceived
received in Washington Washingioll1atc late last even evening eveniag ¬
ing a prominent member m lr of Congress Congressand Congressand
and a member of r the Hase H ase Committee CommitteeOB Committ e
OB the t District of Columbia has made madean madean
an appointment with President PIe ldent Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt for tomorrow afternoon a ern on to toprescnt present presentthe presentthe
the claims of one oT of the candidates candidatesIt
It was az stated today that this member memb r of ofCongress orCcngress ofGcngress
Congress telegraphed the bG President last lastMonday lastXonday lastMonday
Monday that he desired dealredto 10 to consult with withaim withim withhim
aim im in regard to the tBevaeant vacant meant Commis Commissioaersbip Commlssionersbip > j
sioaersbip and requeatafttbat r requested 11blt that a time tinefor timefor
for the conference 1 Marranged be arranged This Thisis ThisJfi Thisis I
is said to be the reasoa reas4Kitbat resontbaL tbat the appoint appointi appointi3eut i iDtWllieh
i njeot DtWllieh which it was r 1eort rored orSed the Presi President Prestdent ¬
dent ent was 1rBs about ready readYW j e make was heW heWup beltup i iup
up upThe The name of the t e candidate whose whoPename whosename whowname
name is t to be presented prese presentedbythe etIlIithc ibjr the member memberof me moor mooror
of Congress could aotVB nOitlJe ascertained ascertainedbut ase ascertainedbut rtalned rtalnedbut
but the inference i In that It is the Dis District District Dietnict ¬
trict Auditor
There is Isa a good 44 J of gossip today todayto todayto
to the effect tint t1 t the HrewMieat 1ksideatwouldo 1ksideatwouldooutside d eatwouldC wouldso wouldsooutside o ooutside
outside of the list ffI flt C Candidates who whohave whohave whohave I
have been most persistently pe ly mentioned mentionedand mentionedand mentionedand
and select a man of his awn wn 1l liking The Theold Thtold Theold
old rumor was also revived that the thePresident thePresident
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President bad said that he would not notmake netmake notmake
make the appointment t Until U n t il he 11 c shouldreturn s shouldreturn should
return to Washington and have oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to consult several persons pors in re regard reprd regard ¬ 1
gard to the appointment without w1t t the thepublicity tMJm thepublicity
publicity Jm icity of a trip to Qfrter Blb B BQt i irXSfekleafcInfSBas
11 Qt belt8 belt8httm betiewc4w ear earlbeMea
rXSfekleafcInfSBas lbeMea httm n ntdee to take ia1resueh such a a coarsef coarsefThere C01Ir C01IrTher cour3 cour3There
There Ther > are jre e certain c rtalR reasons of some im lmportaate importa Importae i
portaate porta e why be h should set tl promptly promptlyI promptlyand promptlyand
I and it Is expected among those best bestposted beetposted i iposted
posted in the matter that the appoint appointment appointmeat i iment
ment will 111 be announced soon after the theinterview theInterview theInterview
interview referred merr to is over over overA ovenA i iA
A report was wasiinrent c1rrent rrent this morning morningthat morningI morningthat
that several of the men who have been beensjK beenltO beendoRm
sjK doRm ltO > ken np 4 jf In connection oonnecUonwith with the posi position i p06iion > osl osllion ¬
I lion ion have withdrawn in favor fa TOr of Mr MrCox MrCox t tCox
Cox This it Itis M A thought will better his hischances hIsI hischances
chances and the friends tr ft the the be banker bankerwere bankerwere bankerwere
I were in a confident frtfiie of mind to today today o oday ¬
day dayPEEPABM dayPREPARING dayPi1PAllhIrn
PREPARING TO BEGIN BEGINTMBK BEGINWORK EEINOBI
WORK OBI IN COLLIERIES COLLIERIESStrikers GOLLIERIESStrikers COLLIERIEStrikers
Strikers in Ugly Mood With
NonUnion Men MenWILKESBARRE MenWILKES MenWILXESBARRE
WILKESBARRE WILKES BARRE Pa Aug 13 13Barb 13Barbed Barb Barbed ¬
ed wire w re barricades are being erected and andcoal andcoal andcoal
coal and an iron guards are assembling at atthe atthe atthe
the Warnke colliery at Duryea which whichthe whichthe I Ithe
the owners are ani determined to operate operatedespite operatedespite i idespite
despite the efforts Of the strikers to pre prevent pr prevent ¬ I Ivent
vent them This rsorning a crowd of ofthe 9ithe ofthe
the strikers picketed th eplace but did didnot didnot didnot
not interfere with the men men building the thefence thefcnce thefence
fence who were under the guard of o a aforce aj ajforce aforce
force of armed police No workers were weretaken weretaken i
taken to the wasbery ashery but fifty fift await awaitthe awaitthe i itbe
the word to report Sheriff SherltrJacobs Jacobs fears fearsthere feanstberewll1 fearsthere
there tberewll1 will be trouble there when work workis workIs workis
is resumed resumedArrangements resumedArrangements I IArrangeBMnts
Arrangements are being pushed at the thePattebone thePattebone thePattebone
Pattebone f Woodward collieries of the tbeDelaware tltftDelaware theDelaware
Delaware Lackawanna and Western WesternCompany WesternCompen WesternCompany
Company for the resumption resumpt ion cf work workthis workthis ork orkthltl
this week and men are being quietly quietlygathered quietlygathered quietlygathered
gathered Such Is the temper of the thestrikers thetrikers thestrikers
strikers that these men will have to be bekept bekept bekept
kept within the stockade and not al aliowed 111iowed a alowod
iowed within reach of the strikers strikersLast strikersLast stnikersIast
Last night seven of l1te the latter were ar arrested arrested anrested ¬
rested and nndheld held under bail for riot and andwarrants anl1warrants andwarrants
warrants are out for forty more who whoare whoare whoare
are charged with ith interfering with olth work workers workers workens ¬
ers ersA
A few days ago President Pr > sident Mitchell Mitcheilwrote Mitchellwrote litc11ellrote
wrote rote to Father OReilly of Shenandoah Shenandoabprotesting Shenandoahprotesting Shenandoahprotesting
protesting against the priests attack on onhim onhim onhim
him and the organization of which he Sa Sathe i ithe lathe
the head Today Mr Mitchell received receiveda
a reply from Father OReilly in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the latter stated that he did not know knowMitchell knowMltchell knowMitchell
Mitchell nor had any an desire of making makinghis makin makinhis makinghis
his acquaintance He stated further that thaiI thathe thathe
I he knew little about the mine workers workersorganization workersorganization workersorganization
organization nor had he a wish to learn learnmore learnmore learnmore
more Everything is quiet in the region regiontoday regiontoda regiontoday
today todayPOSTOFFICE toda todaPOSTOFFICEROBBERS todayPOSTOFF1CE
POSTOFFICE POSTOFFICEROBBERS POSTOFFICEROBBERSSECURE ROBBERS ROBBERSSECURE ROBBERSSECURE
SECURE GOOD BOOTY BOOTYSafe BOOTY BOOTYSafe BOOTYSafe
Safe Tappers Carry Off 700 in Cash Cashand Ca5band Cashand
and Stamps From Williamstown WilliamstownW
W Va 7aPARKER3BURG VaPARKERSBURG VaPARKERSBlRG
PARKERSBURG W ya Va Aug 13 13The 13I 13The
The postofflee at WHUamstown wmiamstowntbig wmiamstowntbigcounty this tbiscounty thiscounty
I county was robbed about 2 oclock this thismorning thisJ thismorning
morning J ornin of over o eor 799 in cash and and stamps stampsby staIBISby stampsby
by two men and a boy boyWarren boyWarren boyWarren
Warren Guild while passing the office officenoticed officenoticed officenoticed
noticed three persons at wor Fork on ont the tbesafe thesafe e esate
safe He awoke woke the assistant Postmas Postmasttr postmas postmaster poetmaster ¬
ter and they the went Wf > Dt to the tki postofUtle posto pestoffle earm earmed arm armed armod ¬
ed tut the tk robbers rODlit rs bad secured their theirboots theIrJ
I boots and cone robe
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VENEZUELAN mm mmWEE11E1I1 CRISISIiA U II8 II8AY
WEE11E1I1 WEE11E1I1Sacking IiA AY YRE BE IMP 1PllIN 1PllINSacking ENDING ENDINGSa
Sacking Sa < king of American Con Consulate Conulate Conulate ¬
sulate ulate Unconfirmed UnconfirmedNO
NO WARSHIPS AT AT LA GUA1RA GUA1RAMinister GUAIRAI GUAIRAMi
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Minister Mi isterBowen ister Bowen Unable to Reach Mari Marietta Marletta ¬
etta on Orinoco River RiverRevolu RiverRevo1uonists RiverRevo1uonistsCut Revolutionists RevolutionistsCut onists I
Cut Cable Again AgainMeLeaa McLean Reports ReportsCincinnati j jCincinnati
Cincinnati Cin innati on the theWay Way to Barcelona BarcelonaWhile BarcelonaW BarcelonaWhile I
While W ile BO JH confirmation of the reported reportedaacktog reportedadDDg reportedsacking
sacking > > of the Americas and other 6t er con consulates COBsuates consulates ¬
sulates at Barcelona Venezuela has hasbeen ha habeen hasbeen
been received by b the State Depart Departor Department DepartJDeDtor
or the Xavy Department dispatches to today today I Iday
day from rom Jiplomatic Ji lomatic and naval officers officersj omcersin olficersin
j in that t t country afford evidence that the thesituation thesituation be besituation
situation in that place is regarded as asserurcs as8erio asseniots
serurcs serurcsi 8erio 8erioIr seniots seniotsMr
i iir Ir Bowen the United States min minister Dt1Rister mainister ¬
ister at Caracas telegraphed the State StateDepartment StateDepartment StateDepartment
Department today toda that he was JR2tld making makingan g gau
an effort to communicate with the gun gantoJBarcelona gunboat gunboat
boat Marietta so that she eo coUld Id be seat seattoBarcloRa senttoBareelosa
toJBarcelona The telegraph cable be between between between ¬
tween that place and Caracas bad ha again againbeen apinbeen againbeen
been cut he said The Marietta is issomewhere Issomewhere
somewhere in the Orinoco River where whereshe Wit whereshe ere eresht
she > was last reported r pcrted as investigating investigatingthe Investigz D Dthe I
the blockade blockadeIt bl klde kldeIt
It is Minister Bowens desire to recall recallthe recallthe recallthe
the gunboat gunbo t to either La Guaira or orPuerto orPuerto
Puerto Cabello or Barcelona There is isnow isnow isnow
now no American warship at a t La Castes GHairawhere Ghirawhere Casteswhere
where it would be necessary to land landmarines landmarines landmarines
marines and bluejackets for the defense defenseof defeDseot defenseof
of the American Am rican minister and other otherAmericans otherAmericans otherAmericans
Americans in Caracas should that place placebe placebe placebe
be taken takenby by the insurgents insurgentsWord iDSurg insurgentsWord nts I IWord
Word was received this morning from fromCommander fromCommander I
Commander McLean of the U S SCincinnati P i iCincinnati i iCincinnati
Cincinnati that his vessel in obedience obedie obedienceto j jto f fto
to Instructions from tromthe the Navy Depart Department Departmen part partment
ment men t had left Puerto Cabello for Bar Barcelona j jcelona
celona and Guanta QuantaThe GuantaThe GuantaThe
The latter is the port of Barcelona Barcelonawbjch Bareelo Barcelonawhich a
which w ich city is located about three miles railesup IBn milesup
up the Neveri River from the coast coastGERMAN coa5tGERMAN coastGERMAN
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GERMAN COMMANDERS COMMANDERSNOT COMMANDERSNOT COMMANDERSNOT
t tnstUcted
NOT ORDERED TO LAND LANDinstructed LANDnstructed
instructed to Use Best Discretion in iaAll inI inAU
I AU Actions
1 1BERLIN
BERLIN A Asent Aug 1IC 1CenInsciY hasas aa yet yetsent yetsent
sent no instructions for fox the landing of oftroops oftroops I ItiOOPS
troops in Vencviela VeIKJe and amIHaUi Haiti where wkererevolutionary whererevolutionary here hererevolutionary
revolutionary movements Di v ts are arem far prog progress prOFTE8S progres ¬
ress res The commanders of Ute Genfian Genfianvessels Gensaav Germbnvessels
vessels v ls in the ports of those cewKries cewKrieshave c cUitnteshave utttr utttrhave
have been directed to use their best t est dis discretion diScrUon diecrtion ¬
cretion in the protection of German eit eitJzens eitfz nitad
t
fz Jzens a ad a4 their interests < fatereststJwtr interestsaw i
If Ift1Je
tJwtr iliw Asserfean aeMf1 aeMf1pj DeWtPdtapJar
pj aw lr display no Jealeossy of Germanmoveitielits German Germanmovetoents
movetoents in those tl1 se cinntries cinntriesSTRIKE cuintrlesSTRIKEWONAFTERA
STRIKE STRIKEWONAFTERA STRIKEWONAFTERAFIGHT WON AFTER A AFIGHT AFIGH
FIGHT FIGH OF OFHREE THREE HOURS HOURSYONTCERS HOURSYONKERS
YONKERS YO ERS 2 NT N T Ao AUC 13 1The The trol trolley troJley trolIey ¬
ley service In a this city was tied up upthree upthree upthree
three boars bo rs this morning by b a strike strikeof striklof strikeof
of the men of o the Yoskers Electric ElectricCompany ElecticCompany BiectricCompany
Company a branch of the Union sys system system ayetern ¬
tem for 20 cents an hour instead of IS ISPresident ISPresident 16President
President Maher of the th Union Rail Railway Railway Railway ¬
way granted the demand The strike strikewas strikewas strikewas
was one of the shortest sho t OB record rec nL
War Department to Giv GivArms Give GivernlS GiveArms
Arms rnlS and Ammuni Ammunition Amnluntionfor Ammunitio
tio tion tionfor for Practice PracticeOFFICERS PracticeOFFICERS PracticeOFFICERS
OFFICERS TO BE DETAILED DETAILEDOne
One Hundred Men From Regular Estab Establishment EstabJishment Eatablishment ¬
lishment to Be Assigned Assibted on TwoYear TwoYearTours TwoYearTours TwoYearTours
Tours of Duty as Instructors I InstructorsTo InstructorsToProvide 1 tmctorsTo tmctorsToProvide To ToProvide
Provide Trained Volunteers VolunteersAn
An Important order providing for a ageneral IigeDeMi ageneral
general geDeMi 1 military education ia schools schoolsand schoolsand reboolsand
and colleges has just been issued at the tbeWar theWar theWar
War Department It contemplates as asextensive aliextensive anextensive
extensive cooperation by the army with withall withI withall
I all civil institutions the detailing of ofarmy 0 0army ofarmy
army officers as instructors and the thefree thefreedistribution thefreedistnibution
free freedistribution distribution of arms and equipment equipmentOne equipmertOne equipmentOne
One hundred army officers are to be beapportioned beapportioned beapportioned
apportioned to the colleges and univer universities unlvtrslUes universitles ¬
slUes of the States and Territories for fortbe forI forthe
I the purpose of carrying on a sysjtem of ofmilitary ofmilitary f fmilitary
military instruction along li lis es s adopted adoptedby adoptedby adoptedby
by the war college board Nine offi officers omccrs oificern
cern are assigned to New York and New NewWASHINGTON XcwWASHINGTON NewtVASHINGTON
WASHINGTON ENJOYS ENJOYSSPELL ENJOYSSPELL I
SPELL OF FALL WEATHER WEATHERAugust WEATHERAugust WEATHERAugust
August 13 a RecordBreaker RecordBrcaker for This TbisYear ThisYear ThisYear
Year YearPeople Yearl YearPeople
People who he only a few days ago were werecomplaining werecomp werecomplainIng
complaining comp iDing of the intense heat are new newconsoling D newconsoling W Wconsoling
l consoling themselves t1U msehes that U st the ther thermometer thermometer thermomefrr ¬
mometer has taken rx drop There Tberesome are aresome aresome
some of them too who whoare are not alto altogether altogether altogether ¬
gether satisfied with withthe the change in the theweather thewe theweather
weather we = ther and who take exception to tbe tbework tbework thework
work of tbe weather man in inde1tlfng dealing out outsuch outsuch outsuch
such cooling weather eat her so early in the thefall thefall timfall
fall The mercury last night dropped droppedto
to 55 5 degrees and it is not likely to toabove gp gpj gpi
j i above 75 5 during the day dayOB da daOn dayOn
On the corresponding C orres c lngda day last year ear the thelowest thelowest
I lowest point recorded was s 57 i gand degrees degreesand dereesi
i and the highest S7J 6 while 8l1e during the thewhole theI De DeI
I I whole month last year the lowest eW1iJt mark markrecorded markrecorded markrecorded
recorded WHSS u55 8 degrees degIeeson on August Au ugast st 3 3t 3to
o
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> < > 2
GREENE CREE NE ANDGAYNOR ANDGAYNORWIN ANDGAYN01WINTHEIRFIGFIT
WIN WINTHEIRFIGFIT THEIR r FIGHT FIGIITr I
KEtUeKIANS ADOPT NEW NEWPLAN N NPLAN NEWPLAN
PLAN OF EXTERMINATION EXTERMINATIONDynamite EXTERMINA EXTERMINATIONDynamite lON lONDYRamite
Dynamite Placed in in Engine of Grist GristMill GristlY1iI1 GristbUll
Mill MillSARfiENT bUllSARGENT lY1iI1SARClET
SARfiENT Ky Aug oU 13 130n On Indian IndianCreek IndianCreek IndianCreek
Creek north of f here a dynamite dDaml e explo explosion cxplosion explosion ¬
sion occurred Tuesday Tue day in a grist mill millWowing millblow millblowing
Wowing blow ng up the entire mill min fatally in injuring injurJng injuning ¬
juring Stcphin Sargent sr sixtyone sixtyoneyears sixtyoneyears sixtyoneyears
years eld and his son on Stephen Sargent SargentJiv SargentJ
Jiv J Jr twcntyswvcn years of age ageSome ageSome ageSome
Some one had placed dynamite in the theengine theengine theengine
engine engineWant engineW engineillIITG
W illIITG ASHlliGTON TON DELEGATES DELEGATESWORKIH BELEATE8UllKIIG
WORKIH UllKIIG G LIKE I4KE BE EEAYEII EEAYEIIWant VEBS VEBSWantNex
Want WantNex Next Typographical TypographicalConvention TypographicaIConventio TypographicalConvention
Convention Here HereSeveral HereSeveral HereSeveral
Several Questions of Interest JO to the theCraft theCraft theCraft
Craft Being Discussed at Todays TodaysSession Tody7sSession od ys yssession
Session SessionCINCINNATI SessionI SessionCIXCLXATI sessionCINCLXATI
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CINCINNATI Aug 13 13UD 13Unusual Cassaal sual ac activity activity activity ¬
tivity marked the opening of the thrc thrcdays thrcdays thircdays
days sessisn of the International Typo Typographical Typographical Typographical ¬
graphical Union convention today this thisbeing thisbefog thisbeing
being the t le day announced to receive thenames thenames the thenames
names of cities wanting next years con convention convention convention ¬
vention Washingtons delegates are areworking areorking areworking
working like beavers beaversDelegates beaersDelegates beaversDelegates
Delegates crowded crowd cd into the hall haUearly haUearlyalMl early earlyand earlyand
and there was lively electioneering for forthe forthe forthe
the various cities Tli3 TI Th Washington and andNewark andX andNewark
Newark X wark X J 7 delegates worked desper desperately desperitel deepertely ¬
ately itel tely agaicst each other but Washing Washington WashlngtGB Washingieu ¬
ton writ wii probably win The Th Portland PortlandOre PortlandOre PortlandOre
Ore delegation is booming tat city for f r
1905 190 Nominations for the 1383 conven convention conven conventioo convention ¬
tion will close Wednesday Vedne dy and on onThursday uti utiTbursday onThursday
Thursday a 1 vote will be taken A vote voteon Teteon voteoft
on the law committees commltt es propositions will willbe willbe
be taken tomorrow tomorrowDelegate tolOOnowDeIePte tomorrowDelegate
Delegate Wests proposition to intro iatroiduce introU Introduce
iduce duce U < < piece ple < ce work instead of time work workin workIn
in daily newspaper offices OffiC es and S nd time timework timeworkfonJJffleework work workOn workfospIeee
fonJJffleework fospIeee On ri ee work in job offices caused a astorm asWnR aatoniw
storm of discretion discussionThe discretionThe
The recommendation recommet aton of the laws com committee cornmittec ¬
mittee to lay on the t e table the amend amendment amendment amendmeat ¬
ment proposed by Delegate West of ofLouisville ofLoIIIsvilie ofLAaisvihle
Louisville requiring requiningall all unions to allow allowae alloWBet allowno
ae working worki g coder nn er a bonus system ltem was wasvetAl wasvoted
voted down aad anu the t e committee directed directedto
to prepare e a t law eliminating the bonus bonusfcigi bonUSDL bonusm
fcigi tlll tlllthe DL DL1iae m
the 1iae trades union tini tt demonstration cmo16t ation in infe Inkzce1ihngpIden
kzce1ihngpIden fe a < r l iJ3a i3J1den jIden jaBflee Jubileew uiitlee will l take takepWce
pWce at t XHremn Xtife Hall ttfflrigat t lg1n Governor GovernorWhite cov GovernorI
I i White bIte lte of West Virginia who in his hisOsily j jearly
early years nars was a compositor com > osuor will 111 be bethe beI I
I the tb nrfncioal rhci aI speaker speakerPresident speakerI I II
I President pruideot Lynch of the International InternationalTypographical Interna InternationalTypographical tional i iTypographical
Typographical Union tni n will preside presideFOURTH pesldFOURTH prasideI
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I FOURTH ANNIVERSARY ANNIVERSARYOF
OF CAPTURE CAP URE OF MANILA MANIL4MANILA MANIL MANILI MANILt MANILAMAThA
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MANILA Aug 13 13Thc The fourth anni anniversary anniversary analverasry ¬
t versary of 0 the thecaptCre capture of thecfty the th city of ofManila o olanlla ofManila
Manila by tbe Americans was celebrat celebratedjtoday cel celebrated brat bratedtoday
ed edjtoday edjtodayAH today todayAll
I All business in i the th city was s suspended suspendet
MILITARY iftiKiy TRAINING TRAIfIING IN INSCHOOLS INSCHOOLS INSCHOOLS
SCHOOLS GENERALLY
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Jersey schools Connecticut and 2DdRhole Rhode RhodeIsikad RhodeIshtud
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Isikad Isl 11d get three Massachusetts l1a9Sachusetts three threeIllinois tbreeHliBOis threeIllinois
Illinois and Wisconsin seven and Call Califenia Callfernia i ifornia
fornia and Hawaii two twoScope twoScope twoScope
Scope of the Plan Planriod Pl PlanDetails n nDetails
Details of o otlicera r are to be for a pe period period
riod of two years Reports are to be bemade bemade bemade
made each eac quarter in writing to the Ad Adjutant Adjutaut Adjutant ¬
jutant General of the Army as to theprogress the tbeprogress theprogress
progress of the military instruction instructionNo
No detail detaHof of military mUlta instructor instn1ctorshall stall be bemade bemade bemade
made at any institution which does not notguarantee notguarantee notguarantee
guarantee to maintain at least one hun hundred hunJ hunJdred huadeed <
dred pupils under military instruction instructionSuch instructionSueh instructionSuch
Such pupils are to be organized org nbed into intocompanies intocompanies intocompanies
companies and battalions of infantry infantrythe iufantrythe infantrythe
the drill aDd administration to conform conformin conform conformin
in all respects to that of the regular regulararray regulararmy
I Iarmy
army Under this system at least ten tenthousand tenthousand I Ithousand
thousand pupils will be e under military militaryinstruction militaryinstruction
instruction annually annual The order issued issuedtoday issuedtooay issuedtoday II IIinstruction
today prescribes a complete course of ofinstruction oCInstruction ofinstruction
instruction including lnclu ing provision pro is ion for tar target target ¬
get practice in gallery and on the range rangeThe rangeThe
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The order divides the institution into intothree intothree intothree
three classes classesnamely namely Schools and col colJeges colleges I Ieges
Jeges eges agricultural schools and nd military militaryschools militaryschools
I
schools The military schools include includethose inclu includethose e ethose
those already alread under the control of the thearmy thearmy I Iarmy
army such as the L LSchool Leave Leavenworth woth Service ServiceSchool
School and separate courses of study studyare studyare studyare 1
are arranged for each At the civilian civilianand civilianand
I Iand
and agricultural agri tllra schools hools the course is JsContinued isContinued
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IN BARTHOLIFS HOUSE IOHSSChicagos HOUSEChica IIUII8EChicagos
Chicagos Chica os Mystery Deepens DeepensBy DeepensBy DeepensBy
By New Finds FindsCHICAGO FindsCHICAGO FindsCHICAGO
CHICAGO Aug 13 13The The South Side Sidepolice SidetOlice Sidepolice
police tOlice have received a report that the thesearchers tft tftsearchers thsearchers
searchers at the home of William YiUial l Bar Bartholin Ba Batholin Bartholin
tholin have have dugcup dug alp an arm and a leg of ofa ofa ofa
a human body Detectives Det ties have been beensent beensent beensent
sent to the th spot spotApparent spotApparent spotApparent
Apparent proof that Bartholin was in inChicago inChfca inChicago
Chfca Chicago o as recently as Monday night nightwas nightwas nightwas
was Joomllast found last night Mrs May Iay Frances FrancesNoir FrancesXolr FrancesNoir
Noir who knew him is authority for forthe forI
I the statement that he and a young wo woman woo wooate ¬
man ate dinner at the Union Restaurant Restaurantabout Restaurantabout Restaurantabout
about 6 oclock It was Vat also discovered discoveredby dts discoveredbythe < overe overey
by bythe y the police that the latter part of last lastweek lat1week lastweek
week a mail ma answering his description descriptionleft descriptionleft escriptionleft
left laundry 1suMr packages at a South Side Sidela SidelaundQ Sidelaandrj
la laundQ ndrjr
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Decision of a Canadhn CanadhnJ Canad U1 U1J inJ
J dg dge Releases Releas s Noted NotedPrisoners NotedPrisoners NotedPrisoners
Prisoners PrisonersQEY PrisonersOIlLY PrisonersONLT
QEY W WRIT RIT CONSIDERED CflMBERBBJudge CONSIDEREDJ CUIllEREBJudge
J Judge udge Caron aron Excuses Ex uses the theAttack theAttack theAttack
Attack Made Upon UponHimself UPonHimself UponHimself
Himself HimselfGOVERNMENT HimselfGOVERNMENT HimselfGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT NOT BLAMED BLAMEDCourt BLAMEDCout1 BLAMEDCourt
Court Cout1 Room Crowded With Spectators SpectatorsDuring SpectatorsD SpectatothDuring
During D ri g Reading R ding of the e Judgment JudgmentDepartment JudgmentDepart JudgmentDepartment
Department Depart nent of Jurtice Not Officially OfficiallyNotified Officiallyliotified OfficiallyNotified
Notified as Yet by Quebec Authorities AuthoritiesQUEBEC AuthoritiesQUEBEC AuthoritiesQUEBEC
QUEBEC Aug 13 nJudge Judge Cares gave gavehis gavebis gavehis
his decision this morning in the Greene GreeneGaynor GreeneGa GreeneGaynor
Gaynor Ga norettradltion extradition case which decision decisionliberates decisIonliberitcs decisIonliberates
liberates the prisoners prlll JDers There r e was a alarge aarge alarge
large arge attendance attendBn e of both < legal lumin luminaries luminaries luminaries ¬
aries and spectators Colonel Gayaor Gayaorand Gaynrytand Gainorand
and Captain Greene came Came into court courtwith courtwi courtwith
with wi h Hon HonCharles Charles LaugHer the sheriff shPriffJcuge shpritLJet1ge sheriffJudge
Judge Caron ascended the bench at a 1030 1030and 1131anc1 l 30 30and
and immediately im edl teIY commenced the reading readingof readingoCthe readingofthe
of oCthe the very very lengthy gtby notes preceding his hisjudrsnent hisju hisjudynent
judrsnent judrsnentThe ju judynentThe IIlcnt IIlcntThe
The judge referred reCerrooto to the case as of ofgreat orgreat ofgreat
great importance iIlpo ti1nce if f only by reason rt rtthe efthe r rthe
the unusual proceedings employed and andwent andwent andwent
went on to say that he he would only re review rciew icview ¬
view iew his last twO writs writsHe writsHe its itsHe
He then read the thepetftions petitions of the pria priaonerlf pri4on9rifo pnisoner
onerlf on9rifo oner for write Wr1tCor of habeas 1J s corpus tipcn tipcnwhich 1JpcnwhlclI pca pcahlch
whlclI which hlch the writ was w issued in virtue > of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhIch
which the prisoners were taken out of ofthe orthe ofthe
the hands e or Governor Vittee V ee uf ufthe tlfthe ofthe
the Montreal jail as well as the > an aaswer anSWer ansver
swer thereto and the writ Itself ItselfThe 1ueHThe itselfThe
The events immediately preceding the theIssue thebsue theIssue
Issue of othis his writs he also reviewed r Yiewel and andwentr andW andweuton
W weuton wentr onr to toboneor ceneur in Hon Judge udg < An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews opinion with regard r gal1i to the man manner ma1ner macncr ¬
ner In which w ic the prisoners P1 OBers arrest was waseffected waseffected waseffected
effected here hereWith hereWith hereWith
With regard to fee attacks made upon uponhimself upon1lmseU uponhimself
himself he was sure that the Ameri American Ame Amecan Amercan ¬
can Government authorities and their theiragents thei theiagents theiragents
agents could have had badso ao band in i then thenThe theI1Tbe them themThe
The notice of tie 1Ie American Govern GovemteSa GoveuioU GovernVallee
ioU 5JP VaU Vallee to a adiary
teSa D1tiS tae dei d diary feX7 efycT e Judge Ju ge Andre Anirevjudgment Andrejudgment AnSrejudgment
judgment was was then quoted quot d and Valleys Valleysi Val1cscompliance Valteescqm
i compliance cqm Iance therewith tber wUh noted notedThat notedThat notedThat
That judgment IpsOfacto factQ dispossessed dispossessedJudge disp dispassess > ssess < t tTu1ge IJusge
Judge Andrews of the prisoners and iri irijder t tde u uder
jder de der this circumstance circumstance he Judge Carr Carertras Ca Carrwas I Iwas
was quite justified in his subse subsequent < ju < mt is issue i isue i isue ¬
sue of writs cf habeas corpus adarc adarcto d Ic I Ito 1to
to Jailer Vallee after he had taken T pn3 pn3s2ssion po posession > r5 r5session
session of the th prisoners following upcu upcuJudge u un
Judge Andrews pronounce pronouncement pronouncementJudge DEnt DEntJudge
Judge Caron nest net quoted authority for forprevious forhis tarhis
his issue of a 1 writ of certIorari in n h3 h3pevlous hsprevious
previous judgment and a showed that the thewrit thewrit thewrIt
writ of habeas corpus corpusDev nevertheless rtheless re remained remaIned noseamed ¬
mained in force even without the he extra extradition ettraition extradition ¬
dition ition commissioner commissi ner having havln pronounced pronouncedupcn pronaunudupen pronaunccdupcn
upcn the case for the prisoner has al always aIvaY5 alaya ¬
ways vaY5 aya a right to Question the justice o obis c chie of ofhIs
hIs being beingdeprived deprived of of his liberty IHtctyIijtMSUWs libertyUiUthd H rty rtyUnited
United IijtMSUWs States courts had1 bedtkeii bad Jake t n n a sirs sirailarHiew simW sirsilarview
ilarHiew ilarview > W in the case of a forger forgervas wt wticas wirn wirnwas
vas a fugitive from Quebec province provinceEis prc prasineHis 1 e eHis
His honor expressed the opinion oplB on that thatJudge thNTudge thatJudge
Judge Andrews judgment JD gment quashing bis
own own writ of habeas corpus did cot ot d dcide ne nechin l lcide
cide the merits of the ease and Dcl not notwithstanding notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
withstanding the pretensions ot t lawyers lawyersfor laWYf lawyersfor > rs rsfor
for the he prosecution to the contrary contraryhis contraryhl contraryhis
his hl writ rr t in no way W1Y conflicted con icted with Jt Ju Judge JudgeAndrewa Jj ge geAndrews e eAndrews
Andrews judgment for a prisoner may mayalways ma maalways mayalways
always renew his application provid providing provldlag oi oiingthat ¬
lag ingthat that some new facts are stated Stat as ashad ashid asbad
had been beenActing oocnActing beenActing
Acting Attorney General Seek BeewMm BeewMmasked when whenasked whenasked
asked this afternoon by a aTJm Times re reDorter reporter reporter
porter as to what action of the Depart Department Depument Depeatmeat ¬
ment of o Justice would ouM follow followthe Abe rei release releaseof sse sseof
of Greene and Gayaor Gay oi said saidI saidr
I do not care to discuss the t e matter asatterUntil maUeruntil matteruntil
until I have further particulars articular5 Until UntilI
I know upon what grounds the judge judgegranted judgegMinted jadgegranted
granted the release of the prisoners I Imust Imust Imust
must refuse to comment upon It even in ina Ina Ina
a general way The department departmenthas bas re received recetYcdno noeetved ¬
ceived cetYcdno no official intimation of the re release rclas release ¬
lease las yet A telegram of inquiry has hasbeen hasbeen as asbecn
been sent sent to our course cou counsel sel In Montreal cntrealin cntrealinqutrl In Inquiring inquinlog ¬
quiring qutrl g into the particulars of ofihe the case caseUntil C3fieUntil nateUntil
Until they too are re known it will be Impos Impossible iIBJOISsible impossible ¬
sible to say what action the department departmentwill depfutmentwiU departmentwill
will take and until that time I cannot caneotdiscuss cannotdiscuss anGotdiscuss
discuss the matter at aH aHI1ILMI allTI1iILLAN
I1ILMI MILLAN FUNERAL FUNERALCAR IllitIERAbCAR
CAR LEAVES LE VES BOSTON BOSTONNo EUTO EUTONo
No Services ServIcesPrior Prior to t Leaving LeavingManchesterbylheSea LeavingManchesterbytheSea LeavingManchesterbytheSea
ManchesterbytheSea ManchesterbytheSeaBOSTON
BOSTON Aug IS UThe The private ear of ofPresident ofPresident
President Ledyard of tbe Michigan MichiganCentral MichiganCentral MichiganCentral
Central Railroad bearing the body of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator McMillan l M cUUan passed through here heretbis herethis herethis
this forenoon on its way to the late latehome latehome lateborne
home of the Senator in Detroit In the tbecar thecar theear
car with the body bod were the widow the thesons tn tnsons thesons
sons Sad nd daughters and a few friends friendsof friendsof friendsof
of the family faml1 who were were visiting at Eagle EagleHead EagleHead lle lleHead
Head at the time of the death of its itsmaster usmaster itsmaster
master masterThere masterThere
There were no services at the nose hoasoat noseat houseat
at llanchesterbytheSea lant lt > SterotlteSea this tls after afternoon ¬
noon The body was taken from the thebouse thehouse thehouse
house direct dir t to the car and placed In iacne Incne Incue
cne of the large eompartmnets eompartmn ts The Thecar Thecar
car was brought over the Boston and andMaine aDdIaine andMaine
Maine Iaine to East Somerville a station jttst jttstnorth
north of Boston BostonHere BostonHere
Here the car was s taken ta ken by an engine engineot
of the Boston and Albany and hauled hauledaround Ied
around through Cottage Cotta Farms to the thesouth thestation thesouth
south station where it t was attached attachedto
to tl tlat the West 5fton hora s special Wbkh h1ck left lettat leftat
at 2 oclock cloek Detroit will will be bere reached reachedat8 re8heda dtoo
at8 a 8 oclock tomorrow raeraing morDlngamisr morDlngamisrIces morningnand ana ser services services ¬
vices Ices will be bheld held Friday

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