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Numb Number r 22t1 224D it p WASHESTGTO2S THURSDAY THURSDAY TIIURSDAYAUGTJST AUGUST 28 s 1902 ioo Price One Cent
HandtoHand Encoun Encounters Encounters Encounters ¬
ters Between Bt v en Strikers Strikersand Strikersand Strikersand
and Troops TroopsFER3 i iEEffi j jPEARJ
Miners Attack Soldiers and andMake andiake andiWake
Make Efforts to Wreck Wrecki WreckTrolley V reck reckTroUey
i v vTrolley
Trolley Car GarCAPTAIN CarC CarCAPTMN >
Strikers Seem Se to Have ITp Nfipear Fear of ofMilitia otMiliti ofiMflitia
Militia and an Officers OfficesExPectThat Expect ExpectThat That Mob MobWill 1f MObWill b bwm
Will Be BeRe IZeaaforced SlforcM by 1w Others qtherslrom qtherslromDiiierent OthergFrom OthergFromDieret From FromTJinerent
TJinerent Sections Se tionsSituation Situation TsrCrit TsrCritIcal TSJC IC t ticaJ tica1
TAMAQUA Pa Aug 2S 2Bl Bleofl Bl od o was wasshed wasshed wasshed
shed betweOTstsHters between 7iGik staikers rsand and soldiers at atLansford atLarsfordIatehIs atLarsford
Lansford LarsfordIatehIs latefhismorniog 1ioralnl Jam James s Mar Martine 11artine Martine
tine was bayoneted bayon ted In the shoulder and andCapt andC andapt
Capt C apt pt J 1 Beaver B ver Gearhodrt was braiseS braiseSen
en n the shoulders by a striker hurling hurU g a astone astone astone
stone at him m Following the clash clashstrikers clashstrikers clashstrikers
strikers attempted aUcmptecf to wreck a trolley trolleyrr trolley1T trolleyesr
rr < 1T containing troops on their return returnlere return returnbere returnj
j here with forr fop prisoners from the late latescene latescene
scene 5cen of conflict conflictThe con eoaillctThe lct
The situation has grown extremely extremelycritical extremelycritical
critical Captain C1p n Gearheart says he can caacope cancope
cope with ith It Strikers Strlk s must m ust not here hereafter hereafter ¬
after interfere with the troops in any anyway anyway
way under penalty of f being shot shotStrike sboL sboLStrjze
Strike leaders I ders are Burrying here e from fromvarious fromvarious
various parts of the tlledlstriet district to prevent preventfurther preveetfurther
further rioting riotingStrikers riotingStrikers
Strikers Attack Soldiers and Cars CarsOwing CarsOwing
Owing to deputies cpUties and strikers ex exchanging exChangingsoo exchanging ¬
changing Changingsoo shots sb ts at 1 each ac Ii other at the theLe theLeh Xe Xehsgh Lehigb
hsgh h gn Coal and Navigation NaVigaUonCompaDYs Companys NOi Noccn Nt
4 collfery ccn lferj In inthe the western end end of o tie tiePanther tile tilePantherCreekV thePanther
Panther PantherCreekV Creek Valley ley boeauge booa because e strikers strikersheldup strikersbeldup tikersheldup
heldup 3 Bonaafn 1lOnUDlfjnman nonunt man the colliery ooJHery of offieials or1elals ofela1s
fieials ela1s sent word to Manila ManUaCamp Camp for foraid foraid forai
aid ai Jfajof aioi Geaclart GeacBartimmediately immediately pIled jpalledout pIledout called calledout
out Companies F Danville and K SUn Saniury SUnl
iury l I U ury They Th < harried into two trolley tr 1ey cars carsand earsand rs rsend
and in thirty minutes drew up in battle battlearray battlearray battlearray
array close to the thecoUiey colliery Several eeral hun hundred hundred buntired ¬
dred strfkei str strikeseang ke ae s ng them t em teas 1e leaaa the cars carsto carscursed carscursed
cursed t oo K1 Ihda4o Ihda4oZor lL r1 r1tord
tord Zor Tb Theoleirseinbarked e8Q < mbarkeil aa onto rs rsto
to return return td tam camp As A the earsbagaa earsbagaamoving esrsb9 esrsb9mcing ears begaa begaamoving
moving a eiea trikers ik ikers rs ran ranalont along alon g the thetrack wetr thetrarit
track tr iek Oiw One > of them fired a stone ax t the theSuabary theSUilbUTy theSunbnry
Suabary soldiers soldiersCaptain soldiersCapta soldiersCaptain
Captain Capta 1 Grappled GrappJ d With Striker StrikerThe StrkerThe StrikerThe
The missile grazed graH the th head eC a apri aprivare pri private privats ¬
vats Captain Helm leaped from the car carfollowed carollouedbyBlscommand earfollowed
followed ollouedbyBlscommand by Wo command Personally he hegrappled J legrappledth e egrappled
grappled grappledth Ith th th the first striker at hand handHe haniHe hauLe
He e was James James Martine a burly fellow fellowvho fclowvho fellowo
vho o landed his hisftst fist on the captains captainshead captaInshead captalnsbead
head He Hestruck struck Martine OH o the chin chinand chinand chinand
and knocked 1mOOk Mm ht ll down dowsOther d downOther wn wnOt1
Other Ot1 r strikes st kersr rashed Jshe to the scene scenefrom scenozfrom scencfrom
from all parts parts arts of ofth ths town Captain CaptainGearbeart CaptainGearheart OaptatnGearheart
Gearheart ordered ord red his soldiers seldlersto to leave leavethe leaethe leavethe
the car they were la IL Tivv Tb two con coaipanle conpanI conpar1e
panle panI > then pushed push the theemob mob back inch inchty inchty
ty inch until a suiBcient space was wascleared wasd wasbared
cleared d < ated to afford Captain Helm i ichance l rJsnce lhance
chance to agala close is on Martine MartineTho Martinev Martineho
Tho v ho persisted in fighting As the cap captain captain captam ¬
tain tam was about to drag dragMarUn Martins into the thecar thecar thear
car ar the mob mo made ma e a second secooorU6b rush at the thesoldiers tb tbsoldirs thesoldiers
soldiers who charged e arged on them with withbaronets withbayonets withtavonets
baronets during which Martine Martineouxded was wasRotiEded wasnurde
RotiEded nurde When tl tile foremost of the mob mobjeqjized mo mobelized
jeqjized 1 elized that the troops tro ps meant bust bustr beetrirs bueirss
rss r they retreated retr ted after which hlch the thetoldiers th thLoldiers theldiers
toldiers ldiers resumed tfcrfr t 9ir josira Journey jouraeyTime JourneyTime y yTime
Time to Begin n to Shoot ShootStrikers ShootStrikerS ShootStmlkerh
Strikers sent eut word ahead to Summit SummitHill SummitHill SummitUill
Hill that Martiae was V s a aprisoDftj prisoaw When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the cars reached Summit Hill theywere tneyVeresurrounded theywereurrounoed theyweresurrounded
surrounded by a big crowS crowI of t men wo women women woamen ¬
men and children some of whom hurled hurledrocks hurledrocks hurledrocks
rocks at the soldiers A rock landed landedvrtth landoouUk landedwith
with much force f9tceOll on Captain CaptatnGearheart CaptatnGearheartwho Gearbeart Gearbeartwho Uearbcartwho
who for a few seconds ec9iU i was waS rendered renderedbreathless renaered renaeredbrfathles renderedbreathless
breathless On Onreeov recovertes recov rhg rlul he jumped jumpedf jump Jumpedfrom 1 1ror
f from roar the car caIand and made straight for forj forJmes forThmes
j Jmes 3es McGann a young man from Sum Summit Summit Summit ¬
mit HilL The captain was confident confidentMtCann confidentMCanu confidentMeCanu
MtCann was his assailant McGinn re resisted resisted reslated ¬
sisted The mob tried to drag him away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from the captain whose soldiers rushed rushedto
to his aid as did Captain Heims com command com1and cornmand ¬
mand They began pricking th The more moreobstinate moreoLstInate moreobstinate
obstinate of the strikers with wlt ti tceta lscetsOne tcetaOne gpcets gpcetsOne
One of the strikers shouted i his hisfriends hismends hisfriends
friends to begin to tm shoot shootThe shootThe shootThe
The soldiers formed a hollew square squareand squareand squareand
and leveled their rifles at the mob and andthp andt
t thp hp csptaJas ea capt5 tiiSSDf of the companies c JDpantea gave gavewarning gavewarning gavewarning
warning they tb ywouW would volley lno JD their theiropponents thekoIP theirOppoueuts
opponents oIP 61ens
Attempt Attemptlo to Wreck Cars CarsThe CarsThe CarsThe
The threat caused c lllsad the mob to draw drawaway drawaway drawaway
away a number of young men at the thesame thesame thesame
same time striking vieiowftly vletOU ly at soldiers soldiersand sol soldiersand lers lersand
and calling them vile Ue names John Xing XingFrank XingFrank KingFrank
Frank King Jog and James MeCana were werecaptured werecaptured werecaptured
captured and takes on a car A A8 the sol soldiers soli aoldiem ¬
i diem dieI again started for camp they were weres wereslopped werestopped
s slopped opp d for a third thir < tine by tbe the motor motorMan motorman motorman
Man discovering the track ahead was wasgreased W2Sgreased wasgreased
greased tor or half ba18 a mile with soap sad sadOil IUteloil andoil
Oil oil it being JJeleg the intention of the guilty guiltytbe pantyparties uIIty uIItyparties
parties to canes the can to run lnva lnvathe swathe
the mountainside aDd plunge fate one oneof oneof oneof
of the numerous miRe Drea breaches 1es lining liningthe
the track Soldiers throw sand OB the thetracks tb tbtracks thetracks
tracks and the troops finally finan ndHy landed in incamp hiC2II1P i icamp
camp Their prisoners prJson rs were ere placed In Intbe 1nthe inthe
the guardhouse gu rdbouse which wffle is surrounded surroundeda by bya bya
a half dozes do un soldiers who whowftl trfil not per permit permit permit ¬
mit any frIends of the rioters to con coav COlverse converse
v verse rse witbbem witbbemHave wlth witbjemThtve em emRtve
Have Rtve No Fear of Troops TioepsCaptain TzoepsCaptain TroopsCaptain
Captain Helm exngetc ex ex1ecis tIi the themen ea a will IHJ IHJhanded Mbnded aehanded
handed over to thff twe1vf1 th civil auterities auteritieswithin uthorltieswitl1in uthorftieswtbtn
within a day dayor or two The soldiers com complain eomplain coinplain ¬
plain that tbatma Hiariy nany 1 atrlkers atrJ ltatbe im the attack attackare attacKare attackare
are under bail bailtorrevIous for previous alleged vio violations yb ybIt1ona ¬
lations 1t ons of tfie tAe law lawS lawtJ
Vcte 5 ooo to Help the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaWorkers Pen Peniis4vaIiaWorkersjn tva ia iaWorkers
Workers Workersjn in Their TheirFig TheirFigLONDOX TheirFightIONDON FightSrx FightSrxJwONBON
JwONBON Aug 2S SThe The South Waiefc Waiefculcers Waie WaieU WaieMucrs
t tlcrs
ulcers lcrs Federation at a meeting at Car Cardiff Carduff ¬
diff today voted v tc JOM 1003 LOO for the ad 4d d of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the miners en strike s iike In the anthraGite anthraGitecoaldistrict antha anthacoaldistrict anthracite anthracitecoaldistrict
coaldistrict of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaThe l lT11e
The racney will be forwarded at atonce atonceCnUNTERFEtrER atonceCOlliTEfFEIPER once onceCOOITEMHf
I Says He Is Guilty Guilt GuiltyBut But That ThatBrother ThatBrother ThatBrother
Brother Is Innocent InnocentCisto InnocentCisto
Cisto Cto1nCjgnoli Incognolia and andOthers Others Ph Arrested AttesteaW at atWilkesbarre atWiijcesbarre
Wilkesbarre W Wiijcesbarre esbarre by b Secret Service ServiceMen SericeMen ServiceMen
WILKBSBARRE WILK SBARRE Pa Aug 28 SThis 25ThismorniugCisto SThismornln This Thismornlng
mornlng mornln morniugCisto CiSto Incognolia the he clever clevercounterfeiter clevercountrreiery clevercountorftiter
counterfeiter countrreiery and his brother other Joseph Josephand Josephand Josephand
and Dominick Williams who were ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested last 11st night Jjy y New York aDd Pitts Pittsburg Pittsburg PIUsp PIUspburg
burg Secret Service men were were tshen tshenbefore t ta3ieubefore KC I Ibefore
before the United States St tes Commissioner CommissionerTfcsre Commi5sionerThgre CommissionerThere
There Cisto confessed and pleaded pl ded for forthe forthe forthe
the release r lease of his brother whom be de depled deDIed deriled
pled DIed was guilty guiltyCisto gumyClsto guiltyCisto
Cisto said tbatlie that he had made aadidis aadidistrlbated and dis distrlbuted distributed
trlbated fifty ty silver dollnrsfbut dollarbut 1oI1ars butthede butthedetectives the de detectives doteutives ¬
tectives believe b llee that U at1er over ver 2W8 W have havebeen havebeen lae laebeen
been made and disposed of in the last lastfew lastfe lastfew
few fe months These three men were held heldwithout heldthout Beldw1thout
without thout bail for another hearing next nextWednesday DextWednesday nextWednesday
Wednesday Cisto was released rele sed from fromStag fromSing fromSiag
Stag Sing six six months ago after er serving servingthree servingthree servingthree
three three and anaa a halt 1alfyears years for counterfeit counterfeiting cOUDUlrfektlng counterfeitlug ¬
tlng lug
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Honor tolhe r01hePresident totheTPresidentTWENTYONE President PresidentTWENTYONE
Guest Guestof of Honor Honorat at It G A R PEn IL Encampment Encampmentand
and Delivers eJivers an Address Which Is IsWell IsWell
f Well Received by Thousands of De Delighted Delighted ¬
I lighted ligh ed Listeners Listenc and Admirers AdmirersMANCHESTER AdmirersI AdmirersMANCHESTER
I MANCHESTER N H Aug Au 23 SThree 28ThreePresidents SThreePresldeots Three ThreePresidents
Presidents before Roosevelt have h3vevistt haveviMtedthe visited visitedthe
lthe the State of New Hampshire They were wereWashington wereWashington
I Washington Monroe and Jackson The Thensaaaer Themanner
i nsaaaer of Presidential visits isits has haschanged haschanged
I changed 0 greatly since sln e then The Presi President President
f dent no longer comes c es1x In I a coach to the thetaverndoor thetaveradoor
taverndoor and walks in In to partake of ofdoughnuts ofat ofdoughnuts
doughnuts at the threshold of the hitch kitchen hitchen ¬
I en while Wh ne he chats with Wlthth the e cook e k ss did didJackson didJacksos
I Jackson But the sturdy spirit of ofAmericanism ofAmeriCanlsm ofAmericanism
Americanism AmeriCanlsm which made the thepoople thepooplesurge people peoplesurge peoplesurge
surge around JacksonTs J cksons f oaeh keeps keepsthem iceepsthem ps
them shouting and cheering 61ro around nd the tbepalatial thepalatial thepalatial
palatial railroad train on which which Mr MrRoosevelt MrRosevelt MrRo
Roosevelt Ro seveltbas has come to them themIt the tbthuIt n nIt
It was as inspiring as the strains of ofYankeeDoodle otYankeeDoodle ofYankeeDoodle
YankeeDoodle Itself 1tselfthat that scene in inNashua InNasbua InNashua
Nashua at 830 this morning mornfr g The square squarein squarein squarehi
in front of the city iall all was crowded crowdedas cror ded dedas
as far as one onectm1d could see seeGiven seeGiven seeGiven
Given Tremendous Bouquet BouquetWhen BouquetWhen BouquetWhen
When the carriage with its four pfaHc pfaHcing prancing ifranclug
ing horses their heads all al1uttering guttering with withplumes withplumes
plumes 1 > lumescanre came up to the platform in front frontof frontof
of the city hall the band was chirping chirpingout eblrpiagout chirpingout
out Hail to the CWef and the driver driveron driv driveron
on the box was wagging his high pat mat at in intime intime Intime
time with the music The President was wasbowing wasb wasbowing
bowing b owing right and left laughing as s light lightheartedly lightheartedly
heartedly as a boy boyAfter boyAfter boyAfter
After the President had told t6ld the folks folksof
of Nashua how much the nation de depended depended depended ¬
pended on the sterling stcrHngqualities qualities of the thepeople t tepeople e epeople
people of Key England to carry this thisnation thisIl11t1on thisnation
nation to the highest bl est greatness a 3 little littlegfrl littlegIrl littlegirl
gIrl aU la white from her hat to her hershoes hershoes aer aershoes
shoes Mary Hamblett the daughter daughter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the district attorney attorney was led out aad aadpresented 3 ant antpresented l lpresented
presented Mm with a bouquet which whichwas whlclwas whie1was >
was bigger than she was The Presides Presidesbowed Presideatbowed Presidentbowed
bowed very low to Miss Ham HamWetiw HamWett Welt who whowalked whowalked 1o 1owalktd
walked off the platform pffitformwlth with her pretty prettyIfttle pretty prettyJitUe prettylittle
little head very high In the air airThe airThe airThe
The Mills Close Down DownThe DownThe DownThe
The mills of Manchester were ere closed closedl eJosedby closedby
l by > y the request of the theerupinyss employes empllJY for the theferty theforty theforty
forty minutes that the President Presi ent was washere Viaehere wanhere
here There was a much larger crowd crsWIfeaa orO orOthaft crowdtime
time there < had been at Nashua partly partlyearned PArtlyeinltled partlyesniod
earned by b the incoming of great eat ex excurstoa exCU excorsica
corsica CU trains tralnsfromallf1te from all fits aurrouBd aurrouBdfag IllUITocud IllUITocudIng aerroundlag
fag country countryA eountITAt
A At tweatyono entyono gun salute was fired firedfrom tiredtrom firedfrom
from a gun Un that made more noise than thana thana
a a rapid rapldCrat1 frarffcit U subway blast The horses horsesof hOneot horsesof
of the th Presidents carriage tried to run runaway runay runawny
away before the distinguished guest go gofa goin
fa but were restrained by bY half hat a dozen dozenpoiieemea dozen18elt dozenpoenaezt
poiieemea 18elt Banging at the t1 e bits bitsTh bi biThe bit bitThe
Th The speech of the day da was atWeirs atWeirswher at t Weirs Weirswfeere Weirswbere
wfeere wher the President Is istbe the guest e6t of ofbonp ofat ofhouoxat
houoxat bonp at the theG G A R encampment He Heftitiil Heaid Heth
aid ftitiil ftitiilABy thAm th
ABy Am American who has a proper propcisem5e propcisem5eof senseof sense senseof
of the relative proportion of C1 things must mustrf mustIF
IF rf
To o Start September 3 Ac Accompanied Accomparzied Accompanied ¬
companied by His Wife WifeWILL WifeWILL WifeWILL
Una unable ole to Attend A Decampment ncarnprnent campmentLal campmentLalol1gh al although although ¬
though ol1gh 1 < 1 Will endIEn BeWresent B Brcsent lcsejJt in insP Spirit SpiritHe Spiritir ri
ir He H Says Eve EvenIf Eveip My Bones Are AreForced AreForced AreForced
Forced to Be in Another An therPart Part of the theWoria th theWorld
World WoriaGeneral WorldEI WorldGeneral
I General Nilsoa N I90nJ lsoa MfiesjHl Miles iies will i1 nor be bepresent bepresent
I present during the t annual encampment encampmentof cncnrgpe Iit Iitf
f of the Grand Gr I1d Army Arl11t of the ReptiMic Repit > iic to tobe toI tobe
be held in this city eityr1y = early rlyn m n October OitoberI tober toberI
I cant be two places Pla plae s at ntonceu once said saidGeneral saidG saidGeneral
I General G ral Miles > If15 this t is morning 6i 1ing and a nd al althouSh nlthoughl
though thoughl I will wlllbe Se e present in the spirit spiritmy spirltI
I I my bones bo boics es are forced to be in another anotherpart another anotherI anotherpart
I part of the world worldAccording worldIt worldAccording
It According to his plan General Miles Milcdwill Mileswill me mewill
will leave Washington for or San Fran Francisco Fr1nCISC FrancIsc ¬
cisco CISC en route for the Philippine Islands IslandsSeptember IslandsSeptember IslandsSeptember
September 3 stopping stoipingone one or two days daysIn dysin daysin
In Chicago Mrs Miles and Lieut Cals CalsMarlon c31sM CnisMarion
Marion M tfon P Mans Mi s and Henry H Whitney Whitneyof 11ttney 11ttneyor
of or his personal staff will nr accompany accompanyGeneral accompanyGaneral
General Miles to t the Philippines They Theywill Theywill
will sail from San Francisco Fra Fr 1c cisco sco for Ma Manila Manila ¬
nila nil September se Pt em be 16 160 on n the the transport transportThomas canSiJo trsnsportThomas rt rtThomas
Thomas ThomasIn ThomasIn ThomasIn
In speaking of bis trig today to a 3rcp 3rcprcsen rep representative representative ¬
resentative rcsen tive of The Times TlmesGn General < l Miles Milessaid Milesl Mileslsaid li es essaid
said saidI
I Iexpect expect tobein to be in the th PhUippines PhUippinesabout Ph Phiiipp1nesabout IIPpine3 IIPpine3about
about one month and while there thercwUl thercwUlvisit will willvisit llF llFvisit
visit every important army post and andstation and andstation
station 3tt n a manner mannery my n trip will be beJust b bat bejust
Just at like any other visit I might make makeilo maxet maketo
t lo to an army post in the United States St StatesOf tes i iOf
I Of course I shall look into the condi condItt condition j jtton
tt tton n of o the troops from all a 11 sides with witha witha
a VieW to increasing the efficiency of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the army As yet I have made no defii defiinile d deS deSnile fi
nile plan governing my actions after I Iget Iget 1get
get in the thePhiUpplncs Philippines After Miu t I arrive arrivethere arriveI
I there will be plenty of time tor for that thatBefore tbltiBefore thatBefore
iBefore Before leaving General General1Iiles Miles expects expectsto
I to make his animal report rep rt to the Sec SecI SecI Secretary
I I retary of o War
rssiine lDe > ijiutste < omeantbofdugbtIir omeantbofdugbtIirt3iisn cctii6df cctii6dfi
t3iisn i s t1i thedark darkil ys ilicr 1h iilVU iilVUwar Hil Hilnr
war nr tliare Js 16owl owlrfg owi g a greater debt of ofgratitude ofgratitude 1 1gratitude
gratitude than to to 1oany any others ethers Great were werethe werethe i
the deeds dee11syou you did and vital v1t l the need of ofdoing ordcing ofdoing
doing them t1 em and many were w rc the lessons lessonstaught lessonstaught j jt
taught t ughtthe the rest of us both by what wh1tyou you youaccrfmpHsfeed youaccdmplislred I Iaecdmplls
accrfmpHsfeed aecdmplls ed in the war and by the way wayin wayin 1 1In
in which whwt whert the thewat war was over you youturned youturned I
turned t to the wtfrk of peace with the thesame thesame 1 1same
same spirit 5PlrltwJi wfiih h Sad isl e5 V < Ho itotriumph itotriumphon a to triumph triumphon
on the tented t ntedJ In ndds nddsDuring Ids IdBDuring I
During tbe th thelifetime lifetime of our Republic Republiceach Republiceach I Ieach
each generation gene18ti n has had its alloted allotedtask allotedtaskStatesman task taskStatesman taskStatesman
Statesman and soldIer the mstn mdnin in public publiclife publiclife I
life and te man in private lIfe has had hadwork hadwork
work to do for the nation nationTells nationTe1JsThem nationTells
Tells Te1JsThem Them Their Duty DutyWe DutyWe ut utWe
We have moved forward forwards swiftly ItUy or orhave orhave orhave
have stumbled and halted according nccordlngas nccordlngasth as asthe asthe
the th work fork as as a whole was well or ill illdolie IIIdOlle illdotie
dolie We Ve have encountered many ma y crises crisesof crisesof crisesof
of importance and from time to tt to time timehave timehae timehave
have been brought face to face with lth the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great ptoblcnis upon tb < j rightful solu solution soluion solution ¬
tion ion of o which much of the nations future futurewelfare futureweUare futurewelfare
welfare depended But to you alone It Itwas Itwas itwas
was given en to face f ce with victorious IctQri us valor valorthe valorthe valorthe
the one crisis in which not merely the thenations thenations thenations
nations wellbeias wellbeing but the nations life lifewas lifewas
was 15 at stake To you it was given to tosolve tosohe tosolve
solve the one problem which if not notsolved notsolved notsolved
solved aright meant death for our people peopleAll peopleAI1 peoplell
All ll of the work of the men who
founded fou ded this Republic would have gone one
for nothing had you YOUlDot not done your part partwell part partwell partwelt
well wellIt
It was the statesmanship of Lincoln LincolnCbatimx LhicolnComi LincolnContinued
Continued Comi on Sixth Page
Mrs McLeran Sold the theAnimal theAninlal theAnimal
Animal to Mrs Stanford StanfordMARE StanfordMARE StanfordMARE
J JQuestion
Question Involved IIlY01v d Expre Expression ion of War Warranty WrrantyJustice ¬
1 1Characte
ranty rantyJustice Justice Paine Decides Horses HorsesCharacteristics HOrs2s HorsesCharacteristics
Characteristics Characte stlcs Were Exploited to toAssure toAssue toAssure
Assure the Sale Salescene Scene in Court CourtThe CourtThe CourtThe
The MeLeranStanford McLeranStaDrordhorse horse case has hasbeen basheen hasbeen
been settled but the strained relation relationship relationship relationship ¬
ship between sojourners soourners of Fort Myer Myeraffd 1IIyeralfd Myerand
and the residents of staid old George Georgetown GeQrgetown Georgetown ¬
town still quivers at the breaking point pointIt poinLIt pointIt
It took t ok a justice of the peace peacewlth with an anarray auarray anarray
array of legal talent which could have havegraced havegraced ave avegraced
graced the Supreme Court to settle the thehoree theJore thebores
bores Jore > trade TIle animal In question was wasa wasa
a mare maretbe the story of the the transfer of ofownership ofowner1lhlpr ofownership I
ownership equals the celebrated horse horsetrade torsetrade I Itrade
trade between David Karum and an the theDeacon t4eDeaQn theDearon
Deacon DeaconMrs DeaQnMrs3Icreran DearonMrs
Mrs Mrs3Icreran McLeran WIfe of Mr John E EMcLeran EMcLeran EMcLeran
McLeran a real estate tate dealer and andlI andlIStanford Mrs MrsStanford MrsSianford
Stanford wife of Lieutenant Stanford Stanfordstationed StanCoIdstationed Stanfordstationed
stationed at Fcrt Myer are the char characters charUe charactors ¬
actors Ue rIJ in the deal dealMrs dealMrs eal ealMrs
Mrs McLerac M Lenl owned tInt mare and andMrs an anXrE andMrs
Mrs Stanford Stanf rd bought the theTunimal animal Mrs MrsStanford MrsStonford Irs IrsSta
Stanford Sta iord declares that Mrs la 1rcL McLerab McLerabsakl eLern2 eLern2said ran ransaid
said about as many real nice nl e things thingsabout thingsbout thingshout
about bout the mare as she would of a alorth aorth atitorth
lorth orth gown gown The mare marewas was as sweet sweettempered swecttempred sweettempered
tempered as a > n a clover blossom broke t ti
IN APARTMENT HO IIUUB IIUUBDistressingScenes sB sBDistressing
Distressing DistressingScenes Scenes S enes at a New NewYtjfck ev evYonkFi
York YonkFi Fire FireWOMAN FireWOMAN re reNi
ii iiiuxnber iSftSfv iSftSfvfe
fe Jife
lumber iuxnber cf Persons P Pdad djifs Injured njt ed in Efforts Effortsto
to Escape EscapeDojDoes sca DogflJoes ocs Good Service iii iiiArousiag iiij iiijArollsijJgtki in inArousing
Arousing ArollsijJgtki theJiSIeepuig l epinzInmates Inmates by byGoing byGoing 1 1I
Going From FromR9i Room 4nn to Room Boom7sTEf RoomNBW RoomNESt
NESt YORK JMg 23 28A A woman 00 was waskilled waskilled as
killed by jumplnggltroni jumpiDg r m a window window and andfour andCour andfour
four persons Inj inju injure4ln reJPSn ln a mysterious mysterlo s fire firewhich firewhich firewhich
which started in iI Hhf she e flvestory apart apartment apartmcnt apartmeat ¬
meat house at St5Twest SfSlWest One Hundred Hundredand Hundredand Hundredand
and TweBtyfifthrfSftfeet TwentY th fire t shortly after after1 after1oclock 4 4oclock 4oclockthis
oclock oclockthis this moraTnjpi lOOri moruiTn l The dead Womanwas woman gomanwas womanwas
was Mrs Eva Aixi Aawidow rVa t widow She re received recalved recelved ¬
calved internal jrlJ IdJiIIOS irijtjles s tad dalso also a frac fractured fractured fractured ¬
tured skull Sh ShI gled Odat ad at the J Hood HoodWright HootWright HoodWright
Wright Hospital HospitaLThe tf tfThe fl flThe
The injured ara araHazel arQHazel ara3 ara3Hazel
Hazel Arndt efgffiEyears 1 jears old severely severelyburned severelyburned severelyburned
burned about tliljabki tliljabkiMrs t1iE t1iEMrs tliboic tliboicMrs
Mrs Hagar agar thirtytwo r ytwo years old oldburned oldburned oldburned
burned about srniSSiip arz arrSnd body bodyMiss bo boMiss
Miss Victoria Aiber Albert ifrer suffering from fromshock fronrshock I 1 1Sh
shock Sh shockFrank tb
> aF
Frank nkBI Bissea nKsbber lire 1re re patrol No I
5 bitten on band loOian fVonan yjwonian he was yes rescuing yescuing ¬
cuing c IDg i iDos
i iA
Dos D g Saves Many Ma MauyEoin EiiDm m Cremation CremationA
A fox terrier fa ididngthg ltijnglng 1dngfng to George GeorgeWise Georgcrise
Wise rise a lawyer MgSJo atro t N 17 Park Row Rowsaved Rowsaved
saved many occjipjalfts ocm occupafltK iH j t of the flathouse flathousefrom I Ifrom
from being crematel cremata crematodin sJn lti their beds When Whenher Whenher
her barking awoke awok JJar iil Wise he detected detecteda
a strong odor it f sm smjke smke Opening the door doorinto doorInto doorInto
into the nallay Wt l was almost over overcome oercome overcome ¬
come He shouted JitC fire and closing the thedoor thedoor
door awakened his hlEtm mother other and father fatherand faUlerand fatherand
and took them to tOJfety ifjifety ety down a rear rearfireeacape rearfirceJCape rearfireescape
fireeacape fireeacapeAroused fireescapeAroused
Aroused Ar ousea by his ShPJJ shouts < ts the other ten tenants t tenants n ¬ i iants
ants sprangfrom sprang from tS thelrbeds beds to find es escape ¬
cape by the hallway Impossible When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the firemen arrivedsHhe arrlvedf1be windows win owsand and andfireescapes andfireescapes i ifireescapes
fireescapes were crowded cro ded with the fran franvie irantic frantic
tic tenants tenantsWoman tenantsWoman enantsWoman
Woman Leaped LeapedtoEEr ttfE t HE r Death DeathPoliceman DeathPolIceman DeathPoliceman
Policeman Scblampf Schl Schlsmpfwent mPrJ iwjsat Iil into an ad adjoining adjolningfiathouse adjoining ¬
joining jolningfiathouse flathouse anil ari nnl1Ieancd l1 leaned anGd from the thevrlndow thevIndow i iindow
vrlndow indow of a fourth l MbQ flor r apartment to torescue toSCue torescue
rescue SCue Mrs Irs Aradt rodtanih andjhlr and bc daughter Ha Hairel Hatel Hard
irel tel rd who were standing standi g on a wiudpw wiudpwledge WVI5 wiudow wiudowledge > W Wledge
ledge outlined by thejglare thegl re of Sri The Theroom be beroom Pt Ptroom
room b behind hind them thamThere 3C f fThere f fThere
There was a space spaceTqf oj lfhreef > three t t ttween Jpe Jpetwoen fJc fJct
twoen t en the thewindoVs windows aid pS 3te 1UlC1z Jly loan loanaffg J > fg g far farout farO faroat
out O t the t eRO Boi poibcetn ie en e nr lS s i < abI abto bf to reach reachthe reachthe 1 1tbeJJHI
the tbeJJHI JlttSe Jt1e tiliUar tlS ia f Pi In Inhct InhctJj ner nerdo her heryes
yes do uiitIa uiitIaoutstretched paWm Jj 01rc Sps aana aanaoutstretched Y1ioi Y1ioioutstretcl19darms
outstretched outstretcl19darms arms He swung her Jn Jnsafety Insafety Itssafety
safety through the window into Mr MrISndbergs jfr jfrL1ndbrgs MrIindbergs
ISndbergs arms arnisand and then t en turned to save savethe saetbemot savethe
the tbemot mother motherAt motherAt i iAt
At that moment the flames burst burstthrough burstthrough I Ithroug
through throug the windows about the woman womanwho womany womanyI womanywho womanwho I
who was frantic with fear and when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she leaped she jumped far beyond the thepolicemans thegETT1 thepcilceiuans
policemans rtach end fell to her death deathSETTLEMENT detbETTLEtflT ab abFOR
Commission dommission Finishes Work Workat Workat Workat
at Tientsin and Pekin PekinPEIdN PekinPEl PekinPEKD
PEIdN PEl aN Aug 28 28The The American com commission commIsSion cornmission ¬
mission mIsSion for the settlement of claims of ofAmerican otAmcrl ofAmerican
American Amcrl an missions ml slon and citizens for forlosses forlosses forlosses
losses sustained through the Boxer Doxeiout Doxeioutbeakhas out outbreak outbreak ¬
break beakhas has finished Its sessions at atpekl atpekland Pekin Pekinand Pekinand
and Tientsin Tlen lnand and has started starte for forSbang forSbanghai Shang Shanghai Shanghai ¬
hai haiIt
It has allowed private claims aggre aggregating aggremiJllon aggrehating ¬
gating about a million and a third taels taelsMost taeIsMost tueleMost
Most of the other governments goer 1ments are treal al already a aready ¬
ready paying the claims elai g of their nn nntionals nntforials flutloOals
tionals and there is great dissatisfac dissatIstactlon dissatisfaction dissatsiation ¬
tion among American Am crican claimants at the thedelay thedelay
delay in settling their t eir demands 1
iide 1fde ide drive single and double not notafraid notLlrah1 notafraid
afraid of the cars and as sound as the theproverbial theproverbial
proverbial doTlar Milar MilarJr r rMrs r rMrs
Mrs Jr = McLeran avers she said satt nothing nothingof
of f the sort and decla declad d that b tc Mrs MrsStanford MrsStanford I1s I1sStan
Stanford Stan Cord had an opportunity to lest the te tetemper
temper and qualities of the mare be before berore before ¬ I
fore sheIn2dc she made the th trade and that the thehorses thebornodloo thehorses
bornodloo horses disposition changed with Itb the theownership
ownership The court however iowecr sus susSaJm sustdJ1 sustnfud
SaJm tnfud Mrs Mr Stanfords Stanf rds contention anl anlxvrnt anlrt lDlrt
xvrnt rt jn i fBTor of airs Stan Stanford sian Stunford ¬ 1 1fcrd
ford In the sum of 100 and costs costsScene
Scene in the Court Room RoomThe RoomTbe RoomThe I
The case was tried bffore b ror ore Justice JusticePaine JusticePaine JusticePaine
Paine The court room was crowded crowdedwith crowdedwith crowdedwith
with with friends of the lawquarreling la quarre1inK par parties parties
ties All the scorn all the haughty In Indlgnant Indignant indigimant
dlgnant feeling which could be por portrayed portrayed portrayed ¬
trayed In expression prevailed Heads Headswere HeadsYcre Headswere
were Ycre tossed high In he the air skirts were werecarefully werecarefully
carefully drawn aside and the general generalatmosphere generalatmosphcr genera generaatmosphere
atmosphere of otaloofness aloofness and acrid cold coldness coldneSs coldflees ¬
ness which permeated perrneatePthe the court room roomwould roomwould roomwould
would have given a temperature of 105 105n 105n
n congestive chill chillJustice chillJustice chillJustice
Justice Paines Decision DecisionSeveral DecisionSeveral DecisionSevers
Several witnesses were heard and a adecision adecision j jdecision
decision handed down long ago by the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Supreme Court C urt was wasappealed mis misappel1led wasappealed
appealed to The vices ices and virtues of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mare In question were involved so sowas soWas sowas
was the truthtelling of otthe the he former f < rmer own owner owner ownor ¬
er Mrs MMIMcLeran McLeran contended eonteIdCd there had hadBeen hadljeA hadbedu
Been no noespresaion expression of warranty J that thatwas thatwaswhy
was waswhy as why wh the case tas east of C ShJ ShlHn v n vs vsRouell vsRouellwa Rouen Rouenwas Rouenwas I
was wa cited The evidence seemed s Dcd to in indicate iudicato indi ¬
dicate di ate that the talents taientsof of the mare bad badbeen badbeen nadbeen
been exploited for l r the yurpose of ofmak ofmaking mak making niaktug ¬
ing the sale Believing this to be so soJustice soJustice soJustice
Justice Paine finding ftndhlgthat that the Shippen Shippenvs
vs S Rouen decision had nver been over overruled over overruled Overruled ¬
ruled decided In Mrs Stanfords favor
Dispatch DispatchFrom From Gen Chaffee ChaffeeTells ChaffeeI ChaffeeTells
I I ITeHof
Tells TeHof of Severe Shock ShockFEAR ShockFEAR ShockFEAR
Dorrunt DOIJI nt Volcano Near ar Manila Which WhichHas Which WhichHas WhichHa
Has Ha Wrought Much Mucl Havoc in the thePast thePastFanaticismof thePastFanaticism
Past PastFanaticismof Fanaticism of Natives a Cause Causeof Causeof Causeof
of Alarm AlarmThe AJa ± m mThe nrThe
The War Department this morning morningpublished morningpUblished morningpublished
published the following fo lowing bulletin b lletiny being beingthe beingtbe beingthe
the substance of the dispatch received receivedfrom recelvetifrom receivedfrom
from General Chaffee Chatreerelative relative t t t the theearthquakes theearthquakes theearthquakes
earthquakes in the Island of Mindanao MindanaoP lOndanaorP
The T e War Department Is advised adV SedDY SedDYcable fey feycable bycable
cable from General Chaffee of severe severeearthquake saereearthquake severeearthquake
earthquake shocks In in the vicinity of ofLake ofLake ofLake
Lake Lanao August 21 2 stables and piles pilesof pilesat plIesof
of stores stores stox s being thrown throWn down at Camp CampVicars CampVIcars CampVicars
Vicars Reported 20 Mores killed at atTurbaron atTurbaron atTurbaron
Turbaron by by b falling houses Mountains Mountainsand Mou Mountainsand talns talnsand
and streams damaged roads are not af affectied affect affect
fectied fect d No o attack atta k on Camp Vicars by byMoros byMoros byMoron
Moros since ince August August1f August1fFurthet 15 15Further IPFurther
Further information Infor nat1 n from General GeneralChaffee GeneralChafreels GeneyalChaffee
Chaffee Chafreels is expected by the War Depart Department Departmeat ¬
ment at any time Although he reports reportsthat rep reportsthat rts rtsthat 1
that no attack has been made by by the theSloros the1or08 theMoros
Sloros since August 19 the War WarDe WarDepartIDent De Department Dcpartment
partment fears that t the e seismic die disturbances dieturbances listurbances ¬
turbances may again agalnar arouse t1se the thefaoatl thefaoatlc fanati fanatical fanatical ¬
cal c l spirit of the Moros and bring pa on a arenewal aren arenewal
renewal ren wal of the fighting SghtingThe fighUngThe fightingThe
The last serious s i Usearthquake earthquake In Mia Mtedanao Miadai1ao Mm Mmlanao
danao occurred about 1S72 1872r but here iherehave h herehave re
baebeen have been severe disturbances of thi thicharacter this thischaracter
character in Luzon ds recently as 1SS 1SSbut isebut 1 1butane +
but butane one year before the American Amerlcanoc occsa occsapation occupation u upatlon
pation of of the Islands IslandsFear IslandsFtar IslandsFar
Fear Ftar Other Disturbances DisturbancesThere D DisturbancesThere sturbances sturbancesIhere
There is some fear felt that t at the thoeartk thoeartkqu earth earthquakes earthquakes ¬
quakes qu kes in hi Mindanao JfndaI1lo are re but a forerun forerunner rore forerunncr 1m 1mner ¬
ner of ogeneral general outbreaks In the other otherislands otherislands otherIslands
islands Only a few CewmfIesrom miles from Manila Manilathere Manilath Manilathere
th there re i I lii an imrnense mense dormant volcano volcanowhich volcanowhich volcanowhich
which In years past has worked ruin niioiupon nd ndupon ruinupon
upon that city Manila IanUa is hardly In dan danger danger danger ¬
ger of being destroyed as Swas was St StPIerre StPIerrein Pierre Pierrein Pierrein
in Martinique bu butIn but Jn the case caseo of oferuption an aneruption AA AAeruption
eruption of Its volcano serious damage damagemight camagemlght damagemight
might be wrought to Its buildings with withthe wlththe withthe
the possibility p SlbUity of at a large loss of iff 1If t
st7 Y
New N = v Civil Service Rule RulePromulgated RulePromulgated RulePromulgated
Promulgated Defining DefiningJust DefiningJ DefiningJust
Just J st Cause CauseFOR CauseFOR CauseFOR
Any Cause Not NotPoliticat Political oc Ox Religious to toPromote toPIomot toPromote
Promote Efficiency Ei EfficiencyRo ciency ITo o Trial or orHearing orHearing
Hearing Hea ng Required Except in Discretionof Discre Discretion Discretion ¬
tion tion tionof of Officer Making MakingRemoval MakingRemovalf MakingRemovalPresident MakingRemovalPresident Removal RemovalPresident
President Roosevelt hinlself himself has set setat setat setat
at rest the agitation of those who > have liavebeen havebeen hve hvebeen
been exercised e erclsd over the intended mean meanIng mean meanIng meanlog
Ing of the term just cause in dismis dismissals dismiscain ismls ismlssals ¬
sals under the theehI1Mrlce civil service rules In Incommunication a acommunication acommunication
communication to the th Civil Service ServiceCommission ServiceCummission
Commission CummisslonThe The interpretation given giventhe giventhe
the clause in the rules which accom accomplished accompllshed ¬ I
pUshed the retirement of Miss Rebecca RebeccaJ
J Taylor for criticising the operations operationsIn
In the Philippines and of Lorenzo War WarMOODY WarMOODY WarMOODY
ATTEMPTING to TO KILL KILLAssailant KILLAssailant KILLAssailant
Assailant of E J Marcy of Ballston BallstonVa BallstonYa BallstonVa
Va Formally FormanyCom Committed itted to Jail JailThe J 1I 1IThe IJThe
The condition of E EJ J Marcy who Ishhig Is Islying islying
lying at his home at Ballston Bnllstonr Va Vacritically Vacritically Vacritically
critically ill llIas as the result of a blow lo on orthe onthe onthe
the head from a a brickbat said to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been inflicted In lcted by bYJ Janjes s Moody during a aquarrel aquarrel aquarrel
quarrel at Roslyn Monday onday evening eveningshowed eveningshowed
showed show d no improvement this morning morningMoody mornin morninoody morningMoody
Moody oody who ho was as arresled arresed oar early y Tues Tuesday Tnesday Tuesday ¬
day morning and has been held In the theAlexandria theAlexandria
Alexandria county jail since S In ce that thattlme thattlmeWas time timewas timewas
was formally committed today on a awarrant 8 awarrant
warrant charging Cbargi g him with assault withintent withintent with withtintent
intent to kill He wlllbe will be taken before beforea
a justice of the peace p ace for fora a i preliminary preliminaryhearing > relimlnarybearing eHmlnaubearing
bearing on September 2 If the facts factsappear fa factsappear s
appear ta warrant such action he h will willbe willbe
be held for the grand Jury JuryNo JuryNc
No warrant for the arrest of Chance ChanceMarcy ChanceMarcy ChanceMarcy
Marcy the brother of the injured man manwho manwho
who is alleged to have assaulted Moody Moodyafter Moodyafter
after the assault on Marcy had been Is Issued Issued Issued ¬
sued up to 2 oclock this afternoon afternoonMAN arternocnrtfaAN afternoonMAN
Supposed That Victims Had Gone to toBuilding toBuilding toBuilding
Building to tc Fight the Fire PireBRIDGETOWN FireBRIDGETOWN FireBRIDGETOWN
BRIDGETOWN N J Aug 23 28John 28JohnS John JohnS
S Holmes of Bowentowa and hi his house housekeeper hous houskeeper housekeeper ¬
keeper were were burned to death during the thenlgli t1enlgl thenight
night t In a fire which consumed cODetune4 a bart barton ha barton 1 1on ¬
on the Holmes place The charred charredbodies cba chredbodies red redbodies
bodies were recovered rooove d this morninglr morningIncendIarism morning morningIncenaisrisin
Incenaisrisin lr p liJaris6t Is suep 8U8 suspeoted ited ted A negro negrofarm negrofarm negrofarm
farm hand recently discharged dllclutrgedbyMr dllclutrgedbyMrHolmes by Mr MrHolmefl MrHolmes
Holmes has disappeared disappearedIt
Jt It is believed that Holmes and hite hitehousekeeper 1 1h his hishousekeeper
housekeeper h usekeo rseelngthVftames seeing the flames In lac lacbarn the thebarn thebarn
barn went to the building to fight ftghttB ftghttBfire the thefire thefire
fire and perished in the attempt I
State Department Not Informed of ofProbable ofProbable ofProbable
Probable Cuban Crisis CrisisHAVANA C CrisisHAVANA si siHAVAiA
HAVANA Aug 28 28The The chargesagainst charges chargesagainst hargesagainst
against President Palma growing out of ofPalmas ofPalmas ofPaitnas
Palmas granting certain executive con concessions concesskms concessions ¬
cessions which ich were preferred by oy the theHouse tbeHome theHouse
House have been b en prepared and printed printedand prIntedand printedand
and impeachment proceedings against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the President are liable to be sprung any aayday anyday anyday
day The nntiPalma antIPalmaelem element nt Is can canvassing canvassing canvassing ¬
vassing the Senate Vwherethe majority majorityof m jorIty jorItyor
of members are on the hePrEidents Presidents side sidein sideIn sidein
in the matter matterPresident matterPresident matterPresIdent
President Palma and United States StatesMinister StatesIinlster StatesMinister
Minister Squiers are holding long daily dailyconferences dailyconferences dailyconfereuces
conferences on the matter The speci specifications specitIcations sped spedficatlons ¬
fications have been handed bandedto to Squiers SquiersNeither SquiersNeither SquiersNeither
Neither Squiers nor Palma will speak speakfor speakfor speakfor
for Dublicatlon DublicatlonThe DubUca nublicatlonThe ion ionThe
The State Department has received receivednothing receiednothing receivednothing
nothing from Minister Squiers > at t Havana Havanato
to indicate that there was any prob probability probability probability ¬
ability of an impeachment impeachmeritQt of t President PresidentPalma PresidentPalma PresidentPalma
Palma of the Cuban Republic OE OEcourse orcourse Ofcourse
course Minister Squiers is in close com communication cornmunicatfon ¬ i imunicatfon
municatfon with the State Department at atall atall i iall
all times but he has not cabled the thedepartment thedepartment I Idepartment
department that any crisis regarding regardingPalma regardingPalma i iPalma
Palma Is to be expected expectedOTSIDJIT ex expectedPREIBUT > ected ectedPRESIDENT
Steel Corporation Cofj Coricration cration Officer OfficerLooking Officerlci OfficerLooking
Looking lci kipg Well WellHAVRE W WellHAVRE JI
HAVRE IIOVREAug Aug 2S 28Char1es Charles orle II Schwab Schwabpresident SclnabprestdontoZ
president prestdontoZ of the United States Steel Cor Corporation Corratlon CorpOration ¬
poration ratlon arrived arjjed here her this morning on onboard onboard onboard
board the French liner La Lorraine Lorrainewhich LorrainewhIch Lorrainewhch
which entered the roads at 630 oclock oclockMr oclockMr oclockMr
Mr Schwab Schwabwho who was looking 100king1ell well welltold welltold
told the correspondent that the uoeJect sole ob object ¬
ject of his coming to t Europe Europe was to to get getrest getrest getrest
rest from fromwotry worry wo ± ry He declined d 1lned tO to speak speakabout speakabout speakabout
about the reported intention of the steel steelcorporation steelcorporaticu
corporation to extend tend its operations toEurope to toKurope toEurope
Europe He expressed the opinion that thatthe thatt1e thatthe
the greater centralization of human er effort erfort ¬
fort through the trust movement tends tendstoward tendStoward tendstoward
toward social progress
field for his connection with a racing racingscheme racing racingscheme
scheme is given iven to the Commision in intbe intheioliowHng inthe
the theioliowHng followiing language languageFor languageFor languageFor
For the purpose purp purpOse Se of preventing all allmisunderstandings allmisunderstandings allmisunderstandings
misunderstandings and Improper con construction eonstruction < on onstructlon ¬
struction of said section It Is hereby herebydeclared herehydeclarM herebydeclared
declared that the term Just cause as asused asused asneed
used in section 8 civil civilseryice seryice rule 2 2Is 2r 2rIs 2Is
Is intended to mean any any cause other otherthan otherthan otherthan
than one merely mer ly political or religious religiouswhich rclfgiouswblch religiouswhich
which will promote the tbe efficiency of the theservice thervlceand theservice
service rvlceand and nothing contained In said saidrule saJdrule saidrule
rule shall be b construed to require the theexamination theexamination theexamination
examination of witnesses or any trial trialor trIalor trialor
or hearing except in the discretion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the officer making the removal removalAs removals removalAs
As s the President is the th fountain head headof heador headof
of the civil service senIceruJesthls rules this declaration declara declaration declaration ¬
tion has the force force of f a new newlaw law and andIs andis d dIs
Is of equal force for e and effect with all the theother tb tbother theother
other rules rulesThere rulesThere rules1here
There Is some surmise in the depart departments departmens departmnenta ¬
ments mens as to t6 whether it can c canbe n be held by bySecretary bySecretary bySecretary
Secretary Root in the case case of Miss 1155 Tay Taylor TayJor Taybr ¬
lor that this new new rule Is retrolcUe retroactive In Inasmuch Inasmn inasmuch ¬
asmuch asmn < b as In reality it is only a adefinition adefinition adefinition
definition of o a rule already in effect effectMiss effectU5S effectMiss
Miss U5S Taylor recently instituted suit suitagainst suitagainst suitagainst
against Secrotary Root in the District DistrictSupreme DistrictSupreme DistrictSupreme
Supreme Court for reinstatement reinstatementPOWERHOUSE reinstatementPOYJERIrOUSE relnstatemhatPOWERHOUSE
May Remain in Place Until Un Next NextW Week WeekContractors WeekContractors ek ekontractors
Contractors SayThe Say SayThe SayThe
The big stack on the site of the new newDistrict newDistrict newDistrict
District Bonding did not fall todayThe today todayThe todayThe
The work of removing the upper upperpor upperporlIon per portion pertion
tion of it for a sufficient distance to in insure Insure insure ¬
sure a safe fet has not yet been com completed com completed cornpleted ¬
pleted nor have pockets for the dyna dynamite dynamile dynamite ¬
mite yet been drilled It will probably probablybe
be the last of the week or the first of ofnext ofnext ofnext
next week before the old powerhouse powerhousestapk powerhousesta powerhousestapk
stapk sta k finally lmnalhytopples lmnalhytopplesFurthOrmore topples topplesFurthermore topplesFttrth
Furthermore Fttrth rmore Mr lr H FoIHn who Is In Incharge incbarge incharge
charge of the blasting stated this morn morning mornIDg morntug ¬
tug that for purposes of safety the thedeto thedetopations deto detonations detoatlons
pations nations would probably take place at atnight atnight atnight
night when uh n the streets are deserted to toreduce toreduce toreduce
reduce to a minimum any possible dan danger danger danger ¬
ger to passersby passersbyEUROPEAN passersbyEUROPEAN passershyEUROPEAN
King Victor Emmanuel and the Kaiser Kaiserto Kaiserto Kaiserto
to Talk the Matter Over OverROME OVH OVHROME OverROME
ROME Aug SS 2SAprhate 28A A private telegram telegramtrow telegramfroJ telegramfrom
from froJ Berlin received re eled In a wellinformed wellinformedquarter wellinformedquarter wellinformedQuarter
quarter here her today says that the chief chieftopic chieftopic chieftopic
topic which the th Kaiser alscr and King Victor Ylc VlctorEmmanuel or orEmmanuel i iEmmanuel
Emmanuel will discuss during durlD the lat latters latters latters
ters visit laVjerrnanywill i iiGermanyw1l1 frmanywlll be the forma formation formation formation ¬
tion of a European EU 1JDean league to bar out outAmerican antAmericau outAmerican
American trust competition competitionSuch cOIIH competitionSuch etltlon etltlonSucheffors
Such Sucheffors effort have been talked talkedot of forl forlsome forI for forsome
some oR1e time
Murderer of Man ManandWoman and Woman Dead DeadXEW DeadXEW DeadNEW
XEW YORK Aug 2S 2Schristlan ChrisUan Gana Ganawho Ganswoo Gaaswho
who shot and killed kiiledMrs Mrs Lizzie Hall aJl and aadArthur atdArthur andArthur
Arthur W Campbell Campb ll yesterday in the thewomans thewomans he hewomans
womans apartments apartm ntsat at 214 14 EastTwenty EastTwentyfifth Bas East Twenty Twentyfifth went wentAfib
fifth St Street oeetand and afterward puta put < abuIJet abuIJetInto bullet bulletinto bulletinto
into his own ow head died in Bellevue BellevueHospital Belleruenos BellevueiIostal
Hospital nos iIostal tal last lastnlgbt night
Say Foster Was One ofGambling of ofGambling ofGambling
Gambling Ring Bent Benton Benton Benton
on His HisRuin HisRuinEFFORT Ruin RuinEFFORT RuinEFfORT
Judge Refuses to Admit Tes Testimony Testimony TestIrnony ¬
timony to to Substantiate Substantiatethe Substantiatethe Substantiatethe
Jury Is IsExcl Escluaeo dedBut But After Full Dis Discussion Discussionthe Dismission ¬
mission cussionthe the Entire line of Evidence EvidenceThiovra EvidenceTh EvidenceThrown
Thrown Th wn Out OntWitnesses Witnesses Say Nelson KelsoaWas NelsonW NelsonWas
Was W ia inCity City When Fire Started StartedThe StartedThe StartedThe
The counsel for the defense In case caseof Caseof caseof
of John C Nelson who is on trisi tri at atthe atthe atthe
the Alexandria county court house on a acharge acharge acharge
charge o ofJaving having set fire to i tne shanties shantiesat
at Jackson Jackson City ity sprung a surprise s prise this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning when they charged that Frank FrankFoster Fran FranFo FrankFoster
Foster Fo ter Nelsons former partner and the theman themall theman
man who > swore out the warrant for forNelsons fotNelsons forNelsons
Nelsons arrest was as a party to a con conspiracy cOnspfracy conspiracy ¬
spiracy of gamblers g mblers to convict Nelson NelsonThe NelsonThe NelsonThe
The defense further charged that ef efforts efforts offorts ¬
forts had been made to suborn wit witnesses wltne witnemes ¬
nesses ne < sesofferlng offering to submit depositions to 10substantiate tosubstantiate tosubstantiate
substantiate their claims clahnsTheir Their efforts effortswere effortswere
were were unavailing un vaUlng on this point as the thede thedepositions de depositions dopositions
positions were not admitted in evidence evidencebyJcdge evidCncebyJodge
byJcdge byT dge Love LoveNelson LoveNelson LoveNeison
Nelson Nelson was w able to sit si Inthtcourt Inthtcourtroom In incfCourt incfCourtroom tbeeourtroom
room room this morning but but severai revera era times timesduring Umesduring timesduring
during the thesessl session n medicine wastgiven wastgivento wastgiventohlm was igiven igivento
to tohlm him
1 Stationed at Long Bridge BridgeThe BridgeThe dge dgeThe
The first witness put on the stand this thismorning tbisornlng thismorningwas
morning morningwas ornlng was was J JW 3 Albrlttain of 1212 1212East 1212Ea 1212East
East Ea tGaJltH CapUol Street this city a tele telegraph telegrapb telegraph
graph operator 9P lz tor In the employ ploy of the theennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania company campaUY stationed st statlonedlat Uonedf at the thecauseway thecauseway
causeway cans ClY on the Long Bridge Mr MrAlbrittaic Mrtibrittain oil oilubit
Albrittaic ubit n was station stationedat stationed iatthe at the tower on onthe onthe onthe
the bridge on the nigit night of July 14 He Hesaw Hesaw
saw s wt1ie theflre tIrE < break bre k out outh he thought tho ght about
1020 1ft 20 oclock thateve that evening evesiiugHe ng 4He He eorrob corrob corroborated corrobcrated ¬
crated the testimony of Orange OrangeMcNeal OrangeMcNealwho McNeal McNealwho McNealwliO
> who tesUfi testifies yestertay Y terdayas as tothe to the time timethe timethegrentarteLand
the thegrentarteLand SrEttertefifKaniJ ir Startedknd said s dh heJ h1bad had haa seen seeaThe seenThet
J 11 t t11ifft
The 11ifft towar w wf E pcre 2re reli Tiff hQ was statlbB itatione g gwas j jwax
was about onequarter oneqta ter of a mile from fromthe fromt1 fromth
the t1 th place where the fire started startedOn startedOn startedOn
On crossexamination he said he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not seen Nelson N lson that night He fixed the thstime tretime thetime
time time at which the fire broke out as 1020 1020because 1020becnuse 1020became
because a trolley car is due to pass the thebridge zhebridge be bebridge
bridge at 1021 and he had telephone ta tathe tathe tothe
the station to ask askiethhr jj ietber eth r to allow the thecar thecar thecar
car to pas > r in view of the fact that he hehad hehad hebad
had noticed a fire at the south end ot otthe otthe ofthe
the bridge bridgeWilliam bridgeWIIlIafu bridgeWIlliam
William WIlliam A Carroll of SOS 3oFaurteenth 3oFaurteenthStreet Fourteenth FourteenthStreet FourteenthStreet
Street southwest was the next t witness witnessHe wItnessHe witnesslIe
He saw Nelson in Almans saloon be between between between ¬
tween 1015 O15 015 and 1030 oclock ocL ckon on the thenight thenight thenight
night of f the fire Witness left eft Almans Almansat AlmansatJO25
at atJO25 1025 and Nelson was still there thereWitness thereWl thereWifn
Wl Wifn Witness ness ss stated on crosseramination crosseraminationthat
that he be managed a barroom at Thir Thirteenth Thirteenth Thirteenth ¬
teenth and H Streets northwest northwestAlleged northwestAlleged northwestAlleged
Alleged Attempt at Bribery BriberyThe BriberyThe BriberyThe
The defense attempted at empted to introduce introducethe iJ1tioduCthe inthoducothe
the deposition depositlonat of a colored coloredman man named namedWilliams namedwm namedWillIams
Williams wm ams This deposition was was to the thaeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that Williams had been ap approached approached approached ¬
proached by Fcste and asked to swear swearagainst swearagainst swearagainst
against Nelson Williams averred that thatTie thathe
he had been told by y Foster to tell the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand jury jur that he had seen Nelson In Inthe inthe inthe
the building that burned pouning coal coaloil coaloil coaloil
oil on the floors the night of the th fire fireH fireHe fireHe
H He was further to assert that th t he saw sawNelson sawNelson sawNelson
Nelson strike a match and light Ughtthe > the oil oiland oiland oiland
and that when Nelson saw him he or ordered ord ordered ¬
dered d red him away awayIn awayIn awayIa
In consideration c of otthis this testimony the thadeposition thedepostfon thedeposition
deposition stated Foster had offered ti tibuild to tobuUd inbuild >
build him a house and give him a t half halfinterest halfinterest halfinterest
interest in a truck farm if Nelson Nel > on should shouldbe shouldbe shouldhe
be convicted and sentenced to twenty twentyyears twentyyears twentyyears
years imprisonment In case Nelson Nelsonwas Nelsonwas Nelsonwas
was not conviCted convlct dWmiam Williams was always alwaysto
to be oe provided with a place to live any anyway anyw anyway
way wayThe w way wayThe y yThepTosection
The ThepTosection prosecution argued against the thaadmissibility th thadmissibility theadmissibility
admissibility of this evidence and It Itwas itVClS ituas
was excluded The defense again noted notedan notedan notedan
an exception exceptionDrove cxcepUonDlove exceptionDrove
Drove Helson N son A 4ma t ross oss River KiverWhen RiverW1tn RiverWhcn
When the thejuiy jury wqf wr recalled the fifth fiftbuitness fifthimess fifthwitness
witness imess of tile t1 day James Burke who wholives whollves wholives
lives on onColumbl Columbia Pike like Alexandria Alexandriacounty AlexandriLcounty Alexandriacounty
county county and is employee Eimploye by Nelson was wassworn wassworn Wa Wasworn
sworn Burke testified that he left Nel Nelsons Nelsons Nd Ndsons ¬
sons store stOi in Alexandria county for toruggy a abuggy abuggy
buggy uggy about 3 90clock oclock on the night of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fire and nn went to Jackson City Not Notfinding Notfinding Notfinding
finding Nelson there he drove across acrosstbe acrossthe acrossthe
the bridge and located him In Almaas Almaassaloon Alman AlmansaMon lmaaa lmaaasalOon
saloon at the corner of Fourteenth and andC andC andC
C Strents Strentssouthwest southwest Nelson told him to toRO 10go togo
go outside and he would be out In infew infew 4 4few
few moments It was about 103tt 103ttoclock 1036riclock l03GGcloek
oclock w when n Nelson left the saloon saloonand saloonand saloonand
and witness drove dr ehim him over to Jackson JacksoaCity JacksonCity JacksonCity
City CityOn
On Bridge B dgeWhen When They Saw Fire FireThey FireTbey FireThey
They were on n the bridge when hen they theyfir the thefirtsaw theyfiy
fir firtsaw saw the fire The first stop was at atJaies atJaLes atJates
Jaies Wells place plac in Jackson City Citywhere Citywhefe Citywhere
where whefe thoy alighted and remained about aboutan abotltan aboutan
an hour Witness afterward drove Nel Nelson Nelsonhome Nelson ¬
son sonhome home and after aUe stabling the thehorsa thehorsaw horse horsewent horsewent
went w nt to his own home and retired for forthe rorthe forthe
the night The witness was critically criticallycrossexamined criticallycrossexamined criticallycrossexamined
crossexamined by the attorneys for the thaprosecution iliaproeecuU theprosecution
prosecution proeecuU u but his story was not cotshaken notshaken notbn1ien
Charge NolProssed NolProssedThe NolProssedThe
The charge chargeagajnst against William Otis of ofattempting ofattempHng ofattempttng
attempting to t assault Role Gray aged agedten agedten
ten years ear3 was waS1folprGss solprossecfc 4 this morn morning morningOtis morning ¬
ing ingOtis Otis was wasrrested arrested bj bjPOlfceman by Policeman PolicemanCowne PolicemanCowne
Cowne of O the Fourth FO U tb precinet preci last night nightHe nightHe nightHe
He conducts a a grocery vtoie store st iC at Four Fourandahalf Fourhalr Fourandahalf
andahalf halr Street StreatandM and iTeiiean ean Avenue Avenusouthwest Aenueuthwestand Avenuesouthwest
southwest uthwestand and the r eMltl aa Hves 1Iy in j tit titvicinitv thfvicinitr thivicinity

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