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never na er again Ithlonow throw a furrow about itNt1MRFR it itNUMBER IL ILNUMBER
Nt1MRFR NUMBER zrz WASHINGTON TUESDAY
3313 JULY 7 1903 PRICE ONE CENT
I 1 MARTIAL LAW LA IN INEVANSVILLE
EVANSVILLE INo INoo
o Last Las Nights Battle Urges UrgesDurbin UrgesDllr UrgesDurbin
Durbin Dllr bi to Action ActionSIX ActionSIX ActionSIX
SIX DEAD FIFTEEN INJURED INJUREDAttack INJUREDAttack INJUREDAttack
Attack on Jail to Lynch Negro Results Re Results Results ¬
sults in Battle Between Mob Moband Moblnd Moband
< and Militia MilitiaINDIANAPOLIS MilitiaINDIANAPOLIS MilitiaINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS July 7Drlgadler 7 7DrlgadlerGen Brigadier BrigadierGeneral
General Gen ral McKee and Quartermaster Gen General General General ¬
eral Perry of the Indiana National NntlonalGuard NationalGuard
Guard were dispatched to Evansvlllo at
8 oclock this morning by Governor Dur Durbin Durbin
bin to take charge of the situation situationWhen situationWhen
When they reach It the city clt will be bedeclared bedeclared bedeclared
declared under martial law Governor GovernorDurbin GovernoDurbin r
Durbin only awaits their report reportEVANSVILLE report reportEVANSVILLE
EVANSVILLE ind July 7 7The The riot riotIng
Ing which this hls city has witnessed for the thepast thepast
past two days culminated last night in Ina t ta n
a battle between the militia and a mob ma b nb
1000 strong and as a result a score of ofpeople ofpeople o opeople f
people were killed or Injured InjuredList InjuredList injuredList
List of the Dead DeadThe DeadThe
The known dead deadHAZEL deadHAZEL deadHAZEL
HAZEL ALMAN shot In heart heartED heartED heartED
ED BUHL twentythree years old oldshot oldshot
shot in back backED backED
ED SCIFPMAN SCIFF IAN twentyfive shot In inhend i ihead n
head and back backAUGUST backAL
AUGUST AL GUST JOURDAN OURDAV twentyfive shot shotIn shotIn
In head and back backFRED backFRED
FRED KAPPLER aged fifteen shot In Inside Inside f fside n
side
Unknown man middleaged shot in inback Inback f n
back
Wounded Are Many ManyThe ManyThe
The wounded are areJohn areJohn areJohn
John Fares fortyeight will die dieTheodore dIeThcodore dieTheodore
Theodore Bee twenty will die dieWalter dieWalter dieWalter
Walter Miller wounded in Jaw JawWilliam jin jinWilliam jawWilliam
William Barnett hit in back back1I1rs backMrs
Mrs Adel shot In back backEdward backEdward
Edward Smith shot In arm and back buceSergt backSorgt
Sergt A Reese ankle wounded wound woundedSorgt < d dSorgt
Sorgt George Hv Koenig leg legaud and hip
Melvin Jacques private in n arm aru aruRichard armRichard
Richard Wolle WolleAnother WolleAnother WolleAnother
Another private slightly stlghtlywounlled stlghtlywounlledChnrles woundedCharles wounded woundedCharles
Charles Taylor shot In back will wnldie wnldieHenry die dieHenry cIleHenry
Henry Smith middle aged slightly slightlywounded sIJghUy1ounded
woundedRiley 1oundedRiley wounded woundedRlley
Riley Mayes rayesmIddle middle 1 1WlIJl agedj ngedEoHous1y ngedEoHous1ywoun age seiloual seiloualj seriously seriouslywounded y
j wounded woundedWIIlf wounded woundedWlIlfaSTKeller woun < ed
< <
WlIlfaSTKeller WlIJl n ijeller K ller twentyone twenty = fine slight slightly slightlywounded slightlywounded P Pwounded
wounded
Fired on Mob MobAt MobAt
At 1030 the members of Company AFirst A AFirst AFirst
First Regiment after a days guarding guardingof uardlu uardluot uardiuof 1
of the t e county Jail ind one liundredeputy hundred hundreddeputy huncIrcddeputy 1d d
deputy sheriffs under Sheriff Chris ChrisKratz ChrisKratz Chrf ChrfKratz a
Kratz fired into a mob of 1000 men mengathered mongathered me megathered n
gathered on Fourth Division and VinStreets Vine VineStreets Yln YlnStreets P
Streets surrounding the Vanderburg Vanderburgcounty Vand Vanderbur rburg rburgcounty S
county jail and attempting Its capture captureAll aptureAll
All evening the mob had been reviling revilingthe revilingthe revilin revilinthe g
the soldiers and deputies and asaailtn asaailtnthem assailing assailingthem asinl11nsthem g
them with stor storAt stOIAt stotAt
At 9 oclock the mob gradually became becamemore becamemore becamemore
more and more excited Its manifest manifestations manlfestatlons manifesttions a ¬
tions of uneasiness more m re frequent and andat andat an anat d
at 10 oclock It t was seon that nothing nothingcould nothingcould nothl nothlcould ng
could prevent an assault on the Jail At
1030 oclock the rioters pressed slowi slowiforward slowly slowlyforward y I
forward and innocent onlookers and the tbecurious t tcurious he
curious followed followedUsed followedUsed followedUsed
I
Used Bicycle as Shield ShieldSlowly ShieldSlowlY1hey ShieldSlowly
Slowly SlowlY1hey they forced the militiamen militiamenback mlUtiamenback mllittam mllittamback en enY enhe
back toward the Jail until the alley alleyway alleyway alie alieway Y ¬
way between Division Street and the theatone thestone t tstone he
stone building was reached Then the theleaders theleaders t I Ileaders
leaders with a bicycle in the fronta front au aua alla
a shield to the bayonets of the soldiers soldiersattempted soldiersattempted soldierattempted
attempted to enter the alley and storm stormtbe stormthe stor storthe m
the alleyway entrance entranceCaptain entranceCaptain entranceCaptain
Captain Blum of tbo National Guard Guardordered Guardordered Guar Guarordered d
ordered a charge char o on the rioters Grad Gradally Gradu Gradually Gradually a ¬
ally the crowd was forced back the thesoldiers thesoldiers ti tisoldiers a
soldiers using their bayonets and the thebutts thebutts t tbutts he c
butts of their guns Suddenly Suddenl the rioters riotersfell riotersfell dote dotefell rs
fell back Stones and boulders began beganto beganto begs begsto rsA A
to fly through the air A soldier was wasstruck wnsstruck w wstruck as
struck with a r stone and felled A riot riotwas rioter rioterwas rioterwas er
was knocked down with a gun butt ant antthen nnd nndthen n nthen ad
then a shot was as fired The ono shot shotstarted shotstarted sb sbstarted of
started a fusillade of musketry and andehotgun ti tishotgun nd nduhotgun
shotgun fie fire from the defenders of the thejail theJail t tjail he
jail and a scattered return fire from fromthe fromthe Ire Irethe m
the rioters riotorsSlaughter rlotorsSlaughter riotersSlaughter
Slaughter Becomes General GeneralFully GeneralFUlly GeneralFully
Fully 300 shots wore fired frqm the thejail th thjl111 t tjail ht
jail windows the courthouse stn stnimmediately stops stopsimmediately stopsimmediately ps
immediately opposite and by the sol soldiers so sodiers l ¬
diers on the streets No o ono no knows w wfired who whofired vhofired ho
fired the first shot The soldiers claim elnlmIt eta etaIt m
It was the rioters while the dote dotemake rioters riotersmake riotersmake rs
make no claim and refuse to talk about aboutIt abo aboit ut
It The soldiers and the
deputy sboni sheriffs ffs
fired into the retreating mob of mon monContinued monCent1nued me meGentinued n
Continued OH Second > 0000 Pane PageWEATHER PagoWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTIt
It is much warmer In the Missouri v val al
vey and the upper Mississippi
valley and a d
there has been a decided fall in tempera a ¬
ture over the Plateau region
and the t he
Northwest Fair weather js indicated lndfaat lndfaatr
r for tonight and tomorrow
except alone al e ng ngd
the south Atlantic coast and in Florida Flor 1 d
where showers are probable tomorrow j jI
I It will be warmer tonight and tomor tom tome tomerow or r J1
row In n the uppor Ohio valley and t the he heAt
lake region and warmer tomorrow tororrowthe in
the northern portion of the middle At ¬
lantic States
TEMPERATURE
9 a m 77 T
12 noon 80 0
i
Ip 1 P m 81 81THE 81TilE
THE SUNSun SUN SUNSun SUNSun
Sun sets today 730 p m i
Sun niece rises
tomorrow 439 a aTIDE m mTIDE mTIDE i
TIDE TABLE
High tide today 711 a ra t
filch tide tomorrow720 a a m 756 p m L
Low tide tomorrow tomorrow11S 118 a a nr ID ar160 150 p m i
R REGISTERS OFFICE nrnprThree OFFICEROBBED OFFICEROBBED
ROBBED OF PAPERS PAPERSThree
Three T hree Wills Stolen From Fromthe Fromthe ronl ronlthe
the Files MiesDETECTIVES FilesDETECTIVES FilesDETECTIVES
DETECTIVES ON THE TRAIL TRAILThief TRAILThief TRAILThief
Thief Believed to Be a Disappointed DisappointedHeiratLaw DisappointedHeiratLawPapers DisappointedHeiratLawPapers
HeiratLaw HeiratLawPapers Papers Given GivenHim GivenHim GivenHim
Him to Inspect InspectExcitement InspectExcitement InspectExcitement
Excitement was high among employesthe employes employesIn
In the office of the Register of Wills Wl11sestcrny 1Villsyesterday
5 yesterday when it t was discovered that thatmost thatmost
r most important documents had been beentaken
t taken out of the office without au authorit
t thorltr thorit thoritThree thorltThree
Three wills were taken from the thoRegisters
I Registers office on Friday last white whll whllnll
n all the employes were very busy Theirabsence Their Theirabsence TheIrabsence
a absence was not noticed until until tIl yester yesterday yestery
d day da y morning when discovered by Regis Register Register
t ter Dent DentAllowed
Allowed to Inspect Papers PapersAn
An Investigation was Immediately begun be begun begun
gun It Ilwas was learned that on Friday a apcron aperson
I person who is supposed to have an In Interest interest
terest In n the estate disposed of by the thewills thewills thewills
wills visited the Registers office and andasked an1sked andAsked
asked sked permission permlssl n to inspect them The Thedocuments Theocuments
c documents d ocuments wero handed him by Dr Grif Grifflth GrJ GrJmh
1 flth Deputy Register Jn the rush of ofwork o owork owork
n work nothing noth ng more was thought of the themntter th thmatter e
r matter until the wills 111s were missed from fromthe tromthe
I the files mesRegister
Register Dent after hearing Dr Grlffiths Grlf Gritflths
f fiths statement reported the matter to toCaPtain t o
Captain Boardman chief of detectivesetective 11etectlvesDetective detectives
Detective D etective Helan was put In charge of otthe aithe
t the case and yesterday yesterdl afternoon he hewith bewith
with Mr Ir Dent J 4dfecusaed discussed the matter matterwith matterwith mattewith r
with District Attorney Beach DeachNot
Not Yet Recovered RecoveredMr
Mr Dent said this morning the documonth docu documonts documents
i month have not no yet ct been recovered Ho Hobelieves Hobellevos Ii Iib o
1 believes b ltevos however the detectives are on onthe onthe 0 0the n
I the right trail and will soon not only onlyrecover onlyrecover onlyrecover Y
i recover the missing documents but also alsoapprehend ale aleapprehend o
i apprehend the person who abstracted abstractedthem abstractedthem abstractedthem
i them themMr themMr themMr
Mr Mr Deht will not at this time make makepUblic mak makpublic
public pUblic the name of the maker of the thel1s th thgals e
v gals ils as It would interfere In > rteNwlth rfera with thothancos th tho thochances °
chances c o ol recovery Tho Tl wills however howeverIt how howeverIt ver verIt
It may bo bq stated dispose of about 6100 100 10050Q 100QQQ
OQOKOrth 50Q worth of propertyThere property propertyThere propertyThere
There is s only one person named nameda as a abeneficiary abeneficiary E EbeaeHCtary
beneficiary It Itis Is supposed SUl osed that t1 it some s6wa one onewho onewho on onWho e
who might receive a a share of the estate estatehad estatehad estatehad
had no will been made disposing ot it is isresponsible Isresponsible i Iesponsible
responsible r far the disappearance of the tbedocuments thedocuments th thdocuments
documents documentsGENERAL
GENERAL J F WESTON WESTONLEAVES
i LEAVES HOSPITAL CU ED EDBALTIMORE EDBALTUIORE E D
BALTIMORE Md Id July 7 7Brlgadler 7BrlgadlerGenernl Brigadier r
General G eneral John F Weston Commissary CommissaryGeneral CommissaryGeneral Commissar Commissareneral Y rY
General G eneral of the United Unit dStntes States army who whohas wh
has been a patient at Johns Hopkins HopkinsH8spltal HopkinsH6spllal s
H8spltal since the latter part of Ma Maleft May Mayleft Maylert Y
left that Institution yesterday in perfeet per perfeet perfect
feet health and In the best of spirits spiritsIn
in spite of his long conflnmont conflnmontGeneral conflnmontGeneral
General Weston entered the hospital hospitaltho hospitaltho I
tho last week In May lay and It devol devoloped devoloped
oped that he was suffering from rhea rbeumatism rheumatism
matism of the heart General Weston Westonsaid Westo Vestonsaid n
said that he intended to take a fur furlough furlough furlough
lough for several months and enjoy enjoymuch a amuch amuch
much needed rest restGARBAGE restGARBAGE
GARBAGE COMPLAINTS GOIPIAIN1STOO
TOO NUMEROUS TO T COPY COPYCommissioners COpyCommissioners P I
Commissioners Will Not Put Extra ExtraWork Extr ra
Work on Cleaning Department DepartmentThe
The difficulties existing between tbe tbeStreet thtStreet U t
Street Cleaning Department of the Dis District District DI y ¬
trict and the Washington ashlngton Fertilizer Com Company Compnny m ¬
puny garbage contractors wore alrod alrodagain alrooagain air 1
again this morning mornln when Commissioner CommissionerWest 21 < r rWeat
West made a pertinent reply to an ap apparently a p pparently ¬
parently unreasonable request requc t made modeLouis oy oyLouis oyLouis ° y
Louis Beyer agent for the company companyBecause companyBecause companyBecause
Because of the fine approximating approxtmati n g
nn
5800 800 imposed upon the garbage con contracting contracting co n ¬
tracting company by Superintendent SuperintendentStutlor SuporlntendentStutler nt
Stutlor of the Street Cleaning Depart Department Departmont t ¬
mont Mr Boyar Door requested that he be befurnished bi bifurnlshod
furnished with a complete list of com complaints COO1plalntB L ¬
plaints made against the companys companysservice companysservice
service during the months of April May Mayand 1a Iay Iayand y
and June last lastTbe lastThe
The matter was referred to Mr Stut Stutler Stutler Stu Stuter t
ler wbo reported that hnt t to do this woo woonecessitate would wouldnecessitate wouldnecessitate ld
I necessitate a great deal of extra work workwhich workwhich wor worwhich k
which ho did not think the D1srlctcalled Dlsrict was wascalled wascalled + is
called upon to porform He recommend recommended recommen recommened ¬
ed to the Commissioners that Mr Beyer Beyerbe Deyerbe Bey or
be allowed to inspect In pecl the books in t the theStreet theStreet h e
Street Cleaning Cleanln Department and that thathe thatbe th at atif
he be allowed to make his own copy If Ifhe Ithe f
h he desired ono This report Commis Commissioner CommIssioner Commistoner s ¬
sioner West cst approved approvedMKENZIE npprocdI
I MKENZIE ACCEPTS ACCEPTSDISTRICT
I DISTRICT AUDITORSHIP AUDITORSHIPAlexander AUDITORSHIPAloxandor AUDI T ORSHI P
Alexander McKenzie M ZIC at present presentmembor a amember a I Imember
member of the board of personal tax taxappraisers taxappraisers ti tiappraisers x
appraisers of the District of Columbia Columbiatoday Columb 1n L
today signified to tho Commissioners Commlsslonorshlo rs s
hlo willlncnoss to accept the position of ofAuditor otAuditor lf
Auditor made vacant by tho transfer transferAuditor of ofAuditor ofAuditor if
Auditor James T Petty to succeed him himBoth h1 Lfl
Both Mr Ir McKenzie and Mr Petty Pettyhave Pet LY y
have much dotall work connected with withtheir withtholr tvi tvitheir th 1
their respective ro poctlc offices to close up and nndIt a d
it will probably bo the first of next as xt xtbe
I week made before the actual transfer will be bemade e
URGENT U NEED FOR FORHURRY FORHURRY
HURRY IN COLOMBIA COLOMBIACongress COLOMBIAongress
Congress C ongress Has Only Owl a Fort Fortnight Fortnight tortnight ¬
night night b bBOUND to Accept Canal CanalBOUND CanalBOUND
BOUND TO RATIFY TREATY TREATYNelson TREATYNelson
Nelson Cromwell President of CanalCompany Canal CanalCompany CanalCompany
Company So o Informs State De Department Departm Department ¬
partment partm nt This Morning MorningWilliam MorningWilliam MorningWilliam
William Nelson Cromwell president presidentof
o of the Panama Canal Company was at atthe atthe atthe
tl the State Stat Department this morning andhad and andhad
h had a long conference with Acting Sec Secretary Secretary ¬ I
n retary ro tary Loomis with regard to the canal canalsituation canalsituation canaltuation
8 situation si tuation in Bogota where the Colombian Colombiancongress Colombiancongress Colombiancongress
c congress has hasthe the HayHerran conventionder convention conventionunder conventionunder
u under un der consideration considerationWhile conslderatlonVhlle considerationWhile
While Mr Cromwells advices couldhardly could couldhardly couldhardly
h hardly be called definite so far as any anyassurance anyassurance anyassurance
a assurance of favorable action is con concerned concerned concerned ¬
c cerned they nevertheless tend to cause causehim causehim causehim
h him to believe believe that the treaty will final finally finally finalbe ¬
ly 1 be ratified Mr Cromwell is however howeversomewhat howeversomewhat howeversomewhat
s somewhat concerned lest J st the matter matter may maynot maynot maynot
n not be disposed of before the expiration expirationof
of ° the extraordinary session and the thebeginning thebeginning thebeginning
beginning of the regular session of thecongress the thecongress thecongress
c congress on July 20 20Wow 20Now 20Now
Now Has Right of Way WayDuring WayDuring WayDuring
During the extra session the President Presidentmay PresidentmllY Presidentmay
i may dictate what matters shall be con consldered consldered
s sldered and has already asked the con congress congress congress
g gress to take up the treaty tr aty which it t has hasdone haildone hasdone
d done But should tho question remainundlsposed remain remainundisposed remainundisposed
t undisposed of on July Jul 20 and go over overInto overinto eve r
1 Into the regular session it will then thenhave thenhave
1 have to follow the usual course be re referred reterred r
f ferred to committees and taken up again againwhenever againwhenever againwhenever
whenever there Is a favorable opportun opportunIty opportunIl
1 Ity Il y Now it has 1ia the right of of way and andcannot andcannot an d
c cannot cannot be sidetracked by any other mat matter mattcr matr ¬
n
ter te r an advantage which does not hold in inthe Inthe I
the regular session when it will not be bethe bethe b bthe
the special order orderMr orderMr
Mr Cromwells Cromwells advices state that the thematter thematter
r matter was to have been reported to the theColombian theColombian th e
Colombian senate from committee on onJuly onJuly o oJuly n
July 4 and that the discussion was to tobegin toI t tbegin o
I l begin in that body on July 6 This will willgive willI
I C give about two weeks for debate before beforetho beforethe octet octetiho e
the expiration of the extraordinary ses sesslon sesion
i slon s ion and Mr Mrcromwell Cromwell hopes hop os that ac actlon acflea
tlon may be had before that time timeBound timeo timeBound
+ Bound o ldto to Ratify RatifyJFhere Ratifyplliere Ratifyore
JFhere ore are re throe roe points po ts in n the feaso feasowhich as ase I Iwhich
which Mr Ir Cromwell bel beilevea beiYeves eves bind tntf tntfColombian tneGolombtli to toGolombtdn o
Colombian 1goycrI government incnt to ratify the thetreaty thetreaty th e
treaty permitting the United States to tocomplete tocomplete t tcomplete o
c complete the construction of the the > waterway water waterway waterway
way In the first rst place the Colombian Colombiangovernment Colomblnngovernment Colombiagovernment n
government made theprotrer the proffer of a treatto treaty treatyto treat treatto
to this Government Goernmentthat that Is It took the theInitiative theInltlnthe
Initiative i In the matter In the second secondplace secobdplace secoii secoiiplace d
place the Colombian government gave gaveIts gaveIts gaves
j Its it s consent to the Panama Company to tosell t tselt 0 >
sell its property franchises and hold holdIngs holdIngs holdfags
j Ings t to the United States a privilege privilegewhich privilegewhich
which w hich was ns forbidden by the original originalterms originalterms 1
terms of concession to the French com company company cumpony ¬
pany and thirdly it gave its consent to totbe tothe t tthe o
t the United States to make the purchase purchaseof purchasof
of f the canal property propertyThese propertyThese propertyThese
These concessions Mr Cromwell heloves be believes h hlIeves
lieves bind the Colombians to rant ratify ratifythe ratltythe y
the treaty treaty and will in the end oblltethe oblige obligetbe
the reluctant Colombian statesmen to toyield toyield t o
yield their objections and permit the theconvention theconvention th thonvention
convention c to bo ratified ratifiedREPUBLICAN ratlnedREPUBLIGAN ratifiedIIEPBLIA
REPUBLICAN IIEPBLIASEE LEAOERSSEE LEADERS LEADERSSEE
SEE m PRESIDENT PRESIDENTHanna PRE8fflE
Hanna Kearns and Fairbanks FairbanksLunch FairbanksIullch FairbanhLunch S
Lunch at Oyster Bay BayOYSTER BayOYSTER BayOYSTER
OYSTER BAY N V i July 7 7Sena 7Senators Sena Senators ¬
tors Hanna of Ohio Kearns of Utah Utahand Utahand Uta h
and Fairbanks of Indiana are and andPresident under underPresident e r
President Roosevelts roof this after afternoon nfternOOD afto r ¬
noon noonIt nOODIt noonIt
It Is expected that all three
will de depart depart d ¬
part before nightfall but in n the
coot course courseof courseot s e
of the th few hours they
are at Sagamore SagamoreHlll Sa8amo r e
Hill they may make much political hay ha
It is the understanding that the throe thr ° C
Senators arc here solely to attond the Li °
luncheon that Mrs lr8 Roosevelt will give givethis givethis gl glthis ve
this afternoon The practical
punt politicians If1It1clans ¬
clans take this statement with a grain grainof grainor grid gridof n
of salt however believing that it would wouldbe woo woob ld ldet
b be Impossible for or such managers to get gettogether gettogether S et
together without oiling up the wheels wheelsof wheelloC whee
of the machine machineSenator machineSenator
Senator Hanna was accompanied by byrs
Mrs rs Hanna and Miss Uss Phelps and camo can o
on the yacht Alvlna as the guest
of Mr Ir and Mrs Clement A Grlscom Grisco m
Miss lIss Grlscom is also of the party Guy GU y ly
Wctmorc Caryll the
author
was an at ¬
other guest ucst at luncheon
I CENTRAL LABOR UNION UNIONELECTS
i ELECTS ITS OFFICERS OFFICERSThe OFFICERThe c
I
The regular weekly meeting of tho th t he e
Central Labor Union was held in
Typo Typographical Typographical Typ ° ¬
graphical Temple last evening In addi addition addition addLion t ¬
tion to transacting routine business the thedelegates ti c
delegates elected the following officers officerfor office rs
r3
for the ensuing year President H W V VSherman
Sherman vice president J J C Lynch Lynchrecording Lyric
recording secretary secretar c W V Winslow Wlnslo a
financial secretary J M I Holslcy ser sereantatarms se r
geantatarms Bonneat arms W V T Trittlpoo audi surf surftore l ¬
tors Moses Peyton and J II Babcock BabcockPETER
PETER ISSUES UKASE UKASEBELGRADE
BELGRADE July 7 7Klng King Peter has hasissued hasl h as s
issued l aucd a ukase ordering tho elections electionsfor elcctlonlfor eleetlo ns s
for tho new skuptschlna to be held on n
September 21 l Tho members elected will w 111 II
hold office for four years
VATICAN PHYSICIANS PIiYSICIANSADOPT PIiYSICIANSADOPTHEROIC ADOPT ADOPTHEROIC ADOPTHEROIC
HEROIC MEASURES TO SUSTAIN SUSTAINSTRENGTH SUSTlINSTRENGTH SUSTAINSTRENGTH
STRENGTH OF DYING PONTIFF
PRE P RESifiENT SlOE NT PARDONS PARDONSA
A CONSUMPTIVE BOY BOYJolmson
A Johnson Jolulsonto to Be Released ReleasedFroin ReleasedFrom
Froin Reform School SchoolCLEMENCY SchoolCLEMENCY SchoolLEMENCY
CLEMENCY C IN FOUR CASESForfeitures CASES CASESForfeitures CASESForfeitures
Forfeitures Forfeitures of Recognizance Remitted Remittedin
in Two Tw Local Cases CasesEight Eight Ap Applications Applications Applications ¬
plications Denied DeniedPresident DeniedPresident DeniedPresident
President Roosevelt at Oyster Bayhas Bay Bayhas Bayhas
has sent to the Department of Justicetwelve Justice Justicetwelve Justicetwelve
twelve pardon cases of which whlchho he denied deniedeight deniedeight deniedeight
eight applications and exercised clemency clem clemency clemency ¬
ency In tour fourThe tourThe tourThe
The President pardoned Lauretta LaurettaEarl LaurettaEarl LaurettaEarl
Earl convicted in the central district districtof
of Indian Territory of wanton anton mlscon mlsconuct mlsco1duct misconduct
duct uct and sentenced to ten months in inail InJail n nfall
Jail ail Attorney General Knox the dis district district district ¬
trict attorney and trial judge recommended recom recommended recommcnded ¬
mended pardon In this case because the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman was Vas convicted on circumstantial circumstantialevidence circumstantialevidence
evidence weakened by testimony pro produced produced prouced ¬
duced d uced after She the trial as to her previous previousexcellent preiousexcellent previousxcellent
excellent e reputation in Canada her for former tormer former ¬
mer homo and because it appeared that thattic thatshe thatshe
she tic was driven from home by the mis misconduct misconduct ¬
conduct c of her husband who subse subsequently ubse ubseQuently ¬
quently was the prosecuting prof coating witness witnessagainst witnessagainst witnessagainst
against her herConsumptive herConsumptive
Consumptive Pardoned PardonedThe PardonedThe PardonedThe
The President commuted to a term of ofmprisonment otImprIsonment ofmprisonment
mprisonment i to expire Immediately the tbosentence thosentence
sentence of Augustus Johnson aseven a seven seventeenyearold seventecnyearold ¬
teenyearold boy convicted in n the thenorthern thenortli
northern nortli rn district of Florida of mail rob robery robbery
bery b > ery and sentenced in n November 1902to 1902 1902to
I to Imprisonment for two years in the theReform theII theReform
Reform School SOl I 001 of o tbe District of Colum Columbia Columb ColumThe ¬
b bia 111
II biaTho
The boy has contracted tuberculosis tuberculosisand tubcrculo ls lsand
and it1ts ims ItI bellc bollcred ed he b has hasa u a chance c1ian c to re reThe
l I veIf r eturnea ushome
The President Presla nt has also remitted remitttd the theorfoltures thetorfeltures the r
I orfoltures f of recognizance rec gnlzance in two oases oasesIn ases asesIn
In the District of Columbia namely thecase the tbecase thecase
case of Richard H Stewart John M MSpringman MSpringman
Springman surety forfeiture taken In
1867 and tbs case of Archie Robinson RobinsonJohn RobinsonJohn RobinsonJohn
John W Thomas surety suret forfeiture tak taken taken ¬
en In n 1897 1897Eight 1897Eight 1897Eight
Eight Applications Denied DeniedAmong DeniedAmong
Among the eight cases denied are arehrec arethrec
three hrec murder cases in each of which whichthe whichthe
the defendant is sentenced to be hanged hangedTanbara hanlt1Tanbara hangedTanbara
Tanbara Gisaburo a Japanese was wasconvicted wasconvicted
convicted In Hawaii of otl murder on thehtgli tho thohigh thohigh
high seas and was sentenced to be beinnged lIehnnged behanged
hanged innged on December 26 1902 On De December December ¬
cember 24 the governor of Hawaii grant granted granted ¬
ed an indefinite reprieve in order t termit to topermit topermit o
permit p ermit the defendant to apply to tha thaPresident thoPresident th e
President for clemency clemencyCharles clemenc clemencCharles clemencyCharles
Charles Barrett was convicted in tho thocentral thocentral thecentral
central district of the Indian Territory Territoryof
of murder and was sentenced to be behanged b bhanged e
hanged on July 17 He shot from ambush ambushan ambushan
an old man a miser who was supposed supposedto suppose supposeto d
to have considerable money scented scentedupon seer Itad Itadupon Eedupon
upon his person and robbed him bu buleft but butleft butleft t
left behind in the pockets of of the dead deadman d den ai aiman d td I Iman
man several hundred dollars dollarsA dollarsA dollarsA
A Case of Inhumanity InhumanityDora InhumanityDora InhumanityDora
Dora Wright a negro woman about aboutthirty aboutthirty aboutthirty
thirty years old was convicted in the thesame thesame th e
same same district of murder and wa was wassentenced wassentenced C Csentenced
sentenced to be hanged on July Jul 17 The TheAttorney TheAttorney Th ThAttorney e
Attorney General in his report to the thePresident thePresident th thPresident e
President said saidThe saidTbe saidThe
The real facts in this case are that thatthis thatthis the thethis t
this woman tortured to death a little littlechild littlechild iittl e
child seven years old her nleco whom whomshe whomshe who m
she was vas pretending to care for or and sup support support ¬
port She whipped the child most un unmercifully unmercitully unmercifully ¬
mercifully with large lar e switches struck struckabout it itabout Itabout t
about the head and face faceso so as to cause causewounds causewounds cans o
wounds sufficient to produce death deathburned cIeathburned dual h
burned holes in Its 1t legs and thighs with witha tick ticka b
a heated poker and committed other othernameless othernameless r
nameless atrocities upon tho person pe son of ofthe otthe o othe f
the child childNEW childNEW
NEW FERRYBOAT HAS HASNOT HASNOT
NOT YETJjEEN YET BEEN SIGHTED SIGHTEDFulton J
Fulton Expected Here This Morning MorningNow MorningNow
Now Many Hours Overdue OverdueThe
The fcrrryboat Fulton which has been beenchartered beenchartered boo boochartered n
chartered in lew I ew York for service be between betweon betweon ¬
tweon Washington and Alexandria was wasexpected wnsexpocted wn wnexpected s
expected to reach the foot of Seventh SeventhStreet SeventhStreet SoventStreet h
Street this morning morning Nothing had been beenheard beenheard bee beeheard u
heard of her however ho ever up to noon She Shehad Shehad Sh Shhad
had not been reported r ra portcd orted from down the theriver theriver th
river riverIt
It Is now thought that unless she has hasbeen hasbeen ha habeen s
been delayed by an accident she may mayreach mayrcnch tun Y
reach the city tonight tonightThe
The work of repairing the wharf an and andsUp d
slip has been completed and tho service servicewhich servicewhich servi cc
which was Interrupted by the burning of If
the Columbia Is expected to be resum resumed ed
in a day or two twoDAVID twoDAVID
DAVID SHAUD HANGED HANGEDREADING HANGEDnEADI HANGEDREADING
READING nEADI G Pa July 7Davld 7 David Shau Shaud Shauda I Ia
a double murderer was hanged at Lob Lobnnon Le Leanon b
anon this morning In tho presence of 600 fjOOpeople r 00
people The drop foil at at 10 oclock and andnt an
nt 1016 life was pronounced extinct extinctDenth t
Death was duo to strangulation The Themans Themans T Tmans he
mans family took charge of tho body
Incision Is Made Into the Pleura to Relieve Pressureof Pressw Press Pressure ¬
ureof ure w e of Liquid Upon the LllngsPatient Lungs Patient Stands StandsOperation StandsOperation StandsOperation
Operation Well But His Mind Not N t So Clear ClearTHE ClearTHE ClearlHE
THE PRELATE PASSES A RESTLESS NIGHT
HUGE CROWDS CHEER CHEERPRESIDENT CHEERPRESIDENT CHEERPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT LOUBET IN INSTREETS LTASTREETS
STREETS OF LONDON LONDONDistinguished L01VDONistinguislzed LO IDON IDONDistmgutsfied
Distinguished Distmgutsfied Visitor Visi or Confers decorations IJeco ecoraf afiov ons Upon Surgeon SurgeonO SurgeonOwmen SurgeonOvumm
O Owmen < wmen and Madame IngC Ing IngBiiiant Brilliant 1illiant cRecep cReceptlon PecryCon
Con in the Afternoon
I LONDON July July 7 7Presldent President Loubet IxmbetWho Loubetwho LoubetWho
Who Is the guest of King Edward was wasastir wasastir wasastir
astir early and had a busy morning morningHe morningHe morningHe
He first visited the French Hospital Hospitaland Hospitaland Hospitaland
and there Conferred the decoration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Legion of Honor on the senior sur surgeon surgeon surgeon ¬
geon Edmund Owmen He afterwarddrove afterward afterwarddrove afterwarddrove
drove through the French colony where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he was received with great enthusiasm enthusiasmHis enthusiasmHis enthusiasmHis
His next stopping place was the French FrenchGovernesses FrenchGovornesses FrenchGovernesses
Governesses Institute where he con conferred conferred conferred ¬
ferred the Order o of the Silver Palm on onMadame onIadnme onadame
Madame M adame Laura Ing the superintendent superintendentReturning superlnte superintendentReturning dent dentReturning
Returning to York House thb t tlbPresi tlbPresident Presi President Presldent ¬
dent was presented with addresses of ofwelcome otwelcome ofwelcome
welcome from the various lord mayor mayorof mayorot mayorsof
of the English cities from the English Englishmembers Englishmembcrs Englishmembers
members of the Legion of Honor from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the London chamber of commerce and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from the London county councilThe council councilThe councilThe
The President left York House for forthe forthe forthe
the Mansion House at 1230 He drove droveby droveby drovebyway
by by byway way of Pall Mall Iall Piccadilly Circus CircusRegent Clrcu ClrcuRegent
Regent Street Oxford Street StrcEt and andHol andHolbocn Holborn Hoi Hoiborn
born escorted scortedbY by the theLUc Life Guards A Abrilliant Abtl11ltnt Abrilliant
brilliant btl11ltnt sun sun n was wa shining shln1ngran shining and huge hugecrowds hu hugecrowds c ccrowds
crowds collected in the streets strl t through throughwhich throughwhich throughhich
which which w hich his carriage passed passedThe The bells b lh of ofthe othe
the t he churches along the route rang while whiteEUIIOPE whileGiven whileEUROPEAN
EUROPEAN EUIIOPE SQUADRON SQUADRONI sttiMiith sttiMiith1EUS
I INENGLISH WATERS WATERSGiven
Given Royal Reception by Fleet at atPortsmouth atPort atPortsmouth
Portsmouth PortsmouthPORTSMOUTH Port PortsmouthPORTSMOUTH mo th thPORTSMOUTH
PORTSMOUTH England July 7 7The 7The
The American European squadron con consisting conslsthig conisting ¬
sisting s of tho flagship Kearsarge the thegunboat thegunboat
gunboat Machlas and the cruisers Chi Chicago Chicago Chi Chicage ¬
cago and San Francslco arrived inPortsmouth In InPortsmouth InPortsmouth
Portsmouth Harbor early this morning morningThey mornhgThey
They were given a royal welcome by bythe bythe bythe
the British vessels in the harbor harborThe harborThe
The latter formed a double line and andthrough andthrough an anthrough d
through the lane thus made the Amen American Amensquadron Amerlenn ¬
can squadron pass to the accompaniment accompanimentof
of national salutes by each of the Brit British BritIsh British ¬
ish ships Following a return salute by bythe b bthe bthe
the American vessels vcs els the ships of both bothsquadrons bothsquadrons bothsquadrons h
squadrons fired salutes to Admiral Cot Cotton Cotton ¬
ton and Vice Admiral Lord Beresford BeresfordIn BeresfordIn
In charge of the British squadron squadronOwing squadronOwing
Owing to the ebb tide the American Americanships Americanships a
ships were compelled to remain in the theouter theharbor theouter
outer harbor for some time At flood floodtide floo ood oodUde d
tide however they moved inside and andcnme d
i came to anchorage anchorageVANOERB1LT anchorageVANDERBILT
VANDERBILT HERE ON ONHIS ONHIS
HIS WAY EASTWARD EASTVARDMillionaire EASTWARDMillionaire p
Millionaire Owner of Biltmore Pays PaysWashington PaysWashington Pay
Washington a Visit VisitOn Visit VisitOn VisitOn
On his private car attached to the theSouthern theSouthern th thSouthern
Southern express which arrived over overthe overthe ove ovethe r
the Southern Railroad this morning morningwas morningwas morningwas
was George W Vanderbilt the multi multimillionaire multimillionaire multiof ¬
millionaire of Blltmore S C CMr CIr CMr
Mr Ir Vanderbilt Is one of the directors directorsof S Sof
of the New N w York Central Railroad and andhe nndhe an anhe d
he Is on his way eastward to attend attendmeeting ameeting ameeting a
meeting of the the boardHe board boardHe boardHe
He is accompanied by his wife and andafter andatter an anafter d
after his business has been arranged the thecouple thecoupl th thcouple
couple are going on to Newport for th thremainder the theremainder thuremainder
remainder of July and August AugustMr AugustIr
Mr Ir Vanderbilt reached Washington at a t
8 oclock and remained until 9 oclock oclockThen oclockThen oc1oc1Then t
Then his car was attached to the Pennsylvania Penn Pennsylvania Pennsyhanla ¬
sylvania limited which took him through throughto throngs r
to New Ne York YorkENGLISH YorlENGLISH
ENGLISH ENGLISHSTATESMEN STATESMEN STATESMENTO
TO VISIT WASHINGTON WASHINGTONCommissioner WASHINGTONCommissioner WASH INGTW
Commissioner Macfarland was inform informed Intormed ¬
ed today toda that a I large party of English Englishmen Engllshmen Englishmap ¬
men members of the houso of commons commonsand commonsnnd commonand s
and house of lords will visit Washin Washinton Washing Washington Yashlngton g ¬
ton about the last u week w eeh ok In October OctoberThe OctoberThe OctoberThe
The Itinerary of the party will include includea c crt
a tour of Canada and tho eastern part partof pnrtat pa rt
at the United States Tholr first stop stop op I Ithis In Inthis Inthis n j
this country will be Boston and they theywill theywill the y
will visit Now York Philadelphia and andBaltimore andBaltimore an nd I
Baltimore boforo reaching reachln the National NationalCapital NationalCapItaL intion intionCapital al 1
Capital
the crowds sent up a continuous roar of ofcheering otcheering ofcheering
cheeringLoubet cheering cheeringLoubet
Loubet smiled and bowed to the cheering cheer cheering ¬
ing people being compelled com elled to keep his hishead hishead
I head continuously uncovered in order to torecognize torecognize
recognize the plaudits of the enthusiastic enthusiasticEnglishmen enthusiasticEnglishmen
Englishmen EnglishmenA
I A reception was was given the French FrenchPresident FrencilI FrenchPresident
I President at Guild Hall this thp afternoon afternoonIt
I It was a brilliant affair and tivas was as attended attendedby attendee1by attendatiby
by all the notables In London Including Includingrepresentatives Includln Includlnrepresent tncIudlrttrepresentatives
representatives represent Uves of the royalty society societypolitics societYpolltf societypolitics
politics polltf s science and commerce Among Amongthe Amon Amonthe Amongthe
the most most notable persons present werethe were werethe werethe
the Prince and Princess of Wales the tnoDuke UleDuke theDuke
Duke and Duchess of Connausht Connaufilit the lord lordmayor lordmayor
mayor of London Premier Balfour andthe and andthe an
the Archbishop of Canterbury CanterburyThe CanterburyThe CanterburyThe
The lord mayor the premier and thearchbishop the thearchbishop thearchbishop
archbishop met Loubet Lo bet at the entrance entranceand entranceand
and conducted him inside to the strainof strains strainsof s
of the French national anthem The ra raception r1ceptlon reeption
ception c proper roper was held In tho library libraryThere libraryTher libraryThere
There the th lord mayor tf ror presented the thePresident th thPresident e
President Presldentwlth with with an ana3dreba < aSfdifefes n dreir In a gold goldcasket goldcaskia
casket cask t to which Louber replied in ingraceful a agraceful agraceful
graceful spcpch full of 9Lt1r LtJe tKe friendliest friendliestsentiments friendliestentiments
sentiments sentimentsGATHERED se s tIments tImentsPROMINENT
PROMINENT tuUGATORS tuUGATORSGATHERED 1 1ATEEO
GATHERED IN BOSTON BOSTONTwo BOTO BOTOwo
Two T wo Washington Men Address the theNational th thNational e I
National Convention ConventionBOSTON ConventionBOSTON
i iBOSTOX
BOSTON July 7 = The second days daysproceedings day dayproceedings ays aysprocecdlngs s
proceedings in the National Educational EducationalAssociation EducationalAssociation EducationsAssociation l
Association convention began early this thismorning thismorning thl thlmorning a
morning when at 9 oclock a meetin meetinto meeting meetingto g
to select members of the general nomi nominating nominating nomInating ¬
nating committee was held heldAt heldAt heldAt
At 930 two great department pro programs ¬
grams were carried out At the Central CentralCongregational CentralCongresntlonal CentraCongregational 1
Congregational Church the session of the thedepartment thedepartment th thdepartment e
department of higher education was held heldthe heldthe heldthe
the topic under discussion being th thlength the thelength thtlength e >
length of the baccalaureate course course and andpreparation andpreparation an d
preparation for the professional schools schoolsOn s schoolOn hools hoolsOn s
On this subject papers were read by byCharles byCharles b bCharles sy y
Charles W Eliot president of Harvard HarvardUniversity HarvardUnlver21ty HarvarUniversity d
University Nicholas Icholas Murray Butler Butlerpresident
president of Columbia University Wil William Yil Yilliam ¬
liam R Harper president of the Uni University Universify ¬
versify of Chicago and Andrew Fleming FlemingWest FlemingYost Flemin g
West dean of the graduate school schoolPrinceton schoolPrinceton schoolPrinceton
Princeton University UniversityAt
At tho Second Church the national nationalcouncil nationalcouncil 1 1council
council session had for its topic Re Religious Religious Rellgious ¬
ligious Education Goorge Albert Coe Coeprofessor Coeprofessor Cosprofessor
professor of philosophy Northwestern NorthwesternUniversity NorthwesternUniversity NorthwesterUniversity n
University Evanston III Ilk read n paper paperon paperon Papeon
on Contributions of Modern Education Educationto Educatioto a
to ReligionThe Religion ReligionThe ReUglbnThe
The Rev Re Edward A Pace Catholic CatholicUniversity Cathol1Unlverslt C CUniversity
University Unlverslt Washington discussed The TheInfluence TheInfiuence Th ThInfluence e
Influence of Religious Education on the theMotives theIotlves th thMotives e
Motives of Conduct and W Tj Harris HarrisCommissioner HarrisCommissioner Hnrrt HnrrtCommissioner s
Commissioner of Education Washington WashingtonD n
D C spoke on The Separation S paratlon of th thChurch the theChurch theChurch
Church From the School Supported SupportedPublic by byPublic b bPublic Y
Public Taxes TaxesBesides TaxesBesides TaxesBesides
Besides the foregoing Important ses sessions sessions sc s ¬
sions section sessions were held in di div divforcnt dipCerent 4
forcnt church and halls on Child Street StreetThis StroetThis Stroe StroeThis t
This afternoon the delegates will at attend attend ¬
tend receptions given by John L Car Gardner Garlner Carnor ¬
ner Miss lIss Emerson of Milton Hill Mrs MrsMosos Mr Mrloses lr8 lr81090S a
Mosos loses Williams of Brookline and andothers andothers an anothers d
others othersRUSSIA othersRUSSIA
RUSSIA AND JAPAN JAPANON JAPANON
ON POINT OF WAR WARLONDON
LONDON July 7 7ln In the housecommons house of ofcommons otcommons
commons this afternoon Thomas Gibson GibsonBowles GibsonDwles Gibso GibsoBowles n
Bowles Tory Tor for Lynn Regis asked askedthe It ifthe Itthe
the government were Informed of t tfact the tbefact thetnct ha
fact that an outbreak out breik of hostilities be between between b bt e ¬
tween t toon Russia Rut sla and Japan in the Far East Eastwas Eastwas Ea Eawas st
was pending and would it t use its good goodoffices goO goOomccs go ° d
offices to prevent hostilities No o reply replywas reel replwas reelwas y
was given
KING OSCAR ILL ILLMANCHESTER
MANCHESTER England July 7Tb 7 7Th1 7Th1Ianchcster Thrt ha
Manchester Dispatch hears that King KingOscar Kin t
Oscar of Sweden Is suffering with an nnIneurable
incurable internal complaint and that a aserious
serious operation will orobably nrobabl be por poriorinpd pu puformed r
formed In n t tno Mollear o near near future futurecy futureD
cy
II
Extreme Unction Admin Administered Administered Administered ¬
istered Last Evening EveningAfter EveninQ EveninQAfter
After Which 1 the Pope PopeReceived PopeReceived PopeReceived
Received Messages 1lessages a aSympathy of ofSympathy ofSympathy
Sympathy SympathyOxygen SympathyOxygen SympathyOxygen
Oxygen Freely Given and andthe andthe andthe
the Room RO m Finally Fill Filled FiHed Filled ¬
ed With the 1h Revivify Revivifying Revivifying Revivifying ¬
ing Gas GdsEffect Effect Beni Benificial Pn Pnfi ent entficlal e
ficial ficialDespite ficlalDespite fi clal clalDespite
Despite the Encouraging EncouragingReports EncouragingR EncouragingReports
Reports R ports However How ver Dr DrLapponi DrLapponi DrLaPPoni
Lapponi Holds Out No NoHope NoHope No1lope
Hope of His Patients PatientsRecovery PatIentsRecovery PatientsRecovery
Recovery RecoveryROME
ROME July tly 7 7An An official bulletia bulletiaissued bu1letiaissued bni1eti bni1etiissued
issued by1 the Popes physicians physici ns late latethis latethis
this afternoon stated that Heroic meas measures measUIes meanores ¬
ores had been taken to save sa e the Popes Popeslife Popeslife
life The bulletin b letin read readThe r readThe ad adThe
The puncture of the thepl thepltura pleura ura has just justtaken justtaken justt
taken place place Eight Eight hundred hun t ed grammes grammesof grnnmesof
of matter were abstracted A rapid rapidexamination rapidexamination rapidxamination
examination e showed mucus rattling in inthe inthe inthe
the originally affected lung Ths Th patient patientstood patientst patientstood
stood st d the operation courageously and andwell andwell andwell
well maintaining his strength His Hisgeneral Hisgeneral Hisgeneral
general condition is better He is noW cowresting noWresting nowresting
resting well though his mind ind is not notso notI aukso
so clear
LAPPONIMAZONNI LAPPONI LAPPONIMAZONNL
I
MAZONNL MAZONNLPassed MAZONNIPassed MAZONNLPassed
Passed Restless Night NightThe NightThe
The full text of the 920 a m official officialbulletin offi off inl 1l 1lbulletin
bulletin follows followsThe followsThe
The Pope passed a restless night nightwithout nightwithout
without sleep Nourishment however howeverhas howev howeverhas r rhas
has been more freely takes tako and the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general condition of the patient is a alittle alittle
little more reassuring An objective objectiveexamination objectiveexamination
examination shows a change in the theright theright theright
right thorax and the middle lobe which whichup
I up to yesterday did not permit the thepassage t theassadge e eI
I passage P of air airs but now allows air to topenetrate toI
I penetrate penetrateOn penetrateOn
On the other hand the interior zone zonehas zonehas zonehas
has become more obtuse The transmis transmission transmission traasmislion ¬
sion of voal and tactile vibration is iswanting iswanting
wanting This leads to the belief that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is liquid in the peura An ex experimental e eperimental expetimeatal ¬
perimental incision will be made Theheart The Theheart The11cart
heart is depressed depess d so much that it itmakes itI itmakes
I makes the renal function insufficientand insufficientand insufficient insufficientand
and causes cyanosis in the extreme extremephalanges extremephalanges
phalanges of the hands handsROME hand handI handROME
I
I
ROME RO IE July 7 iTho The Pope still hovers hoverson hoverJon
on the brink of death as one standing standingon
on the boundary line of a strange landand land landand landand
and unwilling to take the step Into the thaunknown th3unknown
unknown
World Watching Struggle StruggleThe StruggleThe
The wonderful struggle of this wonder wonderful wondertul wonderful ¬
ful old man is s attracting the interest interestas
as well as the sympathy and prayers ntthe of ofthe nrthe
the entire world Not only onl in Catholic Catholiccirclos CathoUclrclos
circles but in Protestant as well there thereIs ther therIs thetais
Is a feeling of anxiety an letT for love is won wonto wont wontto wontto
to begot love and seldom in history has hasthere hasthere
there been a character with a more In Inelusive Inclusive In
elusive affection than that ot the passingprelate passing passingprelate passingprclat
prelateDispatches prelate prelateDispatches prclatDispatches
Dispatches continue to pour into the thaVatican theYatlcan theVatican
Vatican asking after the Popes condi conditlon condition
flan and many of these euerios uerlos espe especially especially espadally ¬
cially those from the various rulers ar arshown are areshown
shown to his holiness who expresses expressesgreat expressesgrent
great satisfaction at the interest in his biscondition hiscontUtion
condition One massage received short shortly shortI ¬
ly I after extreme unction was admintstoted adminis administered admlnlstored ¬
toted to the Pope last net night came from froma
a French woman who said t tmnde Swu Swumade
made a vow vow ow to Joanne D Dprelates Dprolatos
prelates ultimate recover recoversage recoversage
sage was shown to his h hexprossed hexpressed < 4 4expressed
expressed great satisfacti satisfactiof satlstac satlstacot satlstacof
of an hour lator asking askln ft ftmade fJ fJmade f fmade
made this request several severalasking severs socraasktng
asking that tho dispatch dispatchsld 1 1side
side sld j jThe
sldThe
The story of the night J JPontiff i iPonU
Pontiff PonU so far as can be besomewhat besomewhat
somewhat Inaccurate repo repofrom repotrom repoofrom
from the Vatican show

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