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S THE Tn WASHINGTON W rIMES MONDAY JULY 20 201003 1903 fJ
p1 DoNE7S NEWS FROM FROMALL ALL THE WORLD WORLDTOLDBRIEFLYFOR TOLD TO Q BRIEFLY BRIEFL FOR BUSY READERS 0
MOB KILLS ftLS CONVICTS CONVICTSm CONVICTSAN NV1T8 NV1T8ANII
m AN B U DEPUTY E EUTY P U TY SHERIFF SHERIFFWyoming SHE 8IIEIFFWyoming R IfF IfFWyoming
Wyoming Lynchers Threaten Fur Further Further FurV Furflier ¬
ther Violence ViolenceRED ViolenceRED ViolenceRED
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RED LODQK LODU Mon July h17 tJbll tJbllGorman John JohnGorman
Gorman who killed kmeci his d brother bntther about a1 out a ayear aenr a7enr
year enr ago s aj and ran off with his brothers brotherswife MoUteraVt1I brotherIfc
wife Ifc and a man named cl Walters who whokilled whokJ1t1 whokI1ci
killed a widow named eeI Hoover at the theHot theHCt theRct
Hot Springs Sprln two years u ago because beea she sherefused whorefuseel slioreuse4
refused to marrt him were ere lynched at atBasin atBasin atEaEfl
Basin Wyo yesterday J terda C B 1 Pierc Pierce a adeputy adtputy adeputy
deputy sheriff was wa kilted in the attack attackon aUnekon attnekon
on the he jail jailSheriff janSheriff JaILilicr1ff
Sheriff FentoH oC Big BI Horn county countywho countytho count7ivho
who has arrested a t number of prominent prominentcattlemen promlaentfntt1meJI prominentatlemu
cattlemen near Thermepolts has 1t ap appalod appalod appa1ed
palod to the govorflor goororoC of Wyoming for forassistance forn forai3tance
assistance n igtance of th the militia in getting his hisprisoners hispr ht htprsoflers
prisoners pr 1onera to Basin hinH j
it was as reported to Sheriff Fenton last lastWednesday lutWdnfMtL7 lentWednesday
Wednesday morning that a mob was wasQiuing wasClwlng wasQtuIflg
Qiuing up to Basin Ba ln V from Hlattsrllle Hlattsrllleand BlaU Hiattevilletfld lle llefnd
and Tousllp to lynch Gorman and Walt Wa1trs Walters I ICTS
ers rs and the sheriff took these two and a aliorse aItottle abOtee
liorse thief from jail j and secreted them themin themIn themt
t in a gully under guard guar of Deputy Deputyheriffs DeputyhrUr Deputyheriff
heriffs hrUr Alston and Pierce PierceGorman PierceGorman Pierceforman
Gorman managed IIuma ed to slip his hi handcuffs handcuffsand handcuKand handcuffsand
and make his escape He H swam the Big DigHorn BigITorn j
Horn Rlror and made for the moun mounaius mOURlins mOULiins
> aius A posse was w quickly organIzed and andCorman andorman andorznan
Corman orman was recaptured about fifty fiftymiles Iltt7nils fiftyni1cs
miles from Basin BasinSaturday nalrtSaturday Blniaturday
Saturday night a mob proceeded at atonce aton atOnce
once on < e to tJle the county Jail and fired Or a Tolley Tolleyinto 1OUyInto 7117Into
into tbVjRll th thjall jal1 Deputy Deptlt Pierce and Special SpecialHeputy SpecIallJtputy SpecialV
V Heputy Meede Mend were guarding the pris prisoners prl prlcnlrs prisCflrs ¬
oners at at the time One bullet graaed graaedMrades graaedIades grasedMsadeg
Mrades shoulder and entered Plerces Plercesheart Plerc Plerchart P1rcvsheart
heart Members of the mob then tore up uphe up1I
< 1I he hI telephone poles and battered the thejail theJaU theJail
jail doors down downSNOWFALL downSNOWFALL downSNOWFALL
SNOWFALL AND FIERCE FIERCEGALE FIERCEGALE FIERCEV
V GALE AT NEWPORT NEWPORTNEWPORT NEWPORTEWPORT NEWPORTNEWPORT
NEWPORT July 29 GThero There was a fall fallof faUof fallof
of fine snow ow in Newport soon after raid raidnight mklnightSatun1a raidnight
night nightSatun1a Saturday night an accompani accompaniment accompaDimEnt accompanimeat ¬
ment to the big storm which was one oneof oneof oneor
of the worst that has ever visited this thisEiction th thlctlon th1stction
Eiction The snow flurry was brief but butlively butvely hot1iv1y
lively vely and is attested to by many who whohappened whohappened ho hollnppened
happened to be out at the moment omeut of so soremarkable 10rcwar so7czuarlcable
remarkable rcwar abJe an atmospheric condition for forJuly forJuh forJuly
July The storm was of rain driven drivent drl drlty driventy
t ty < y a fierce gale which hlob destroyed flower flowerbeds flowerbcds crner crnerbp
beds bp s and devastated the trees of lawns lawnsend lawnsurn
end tI urn ad woodland
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NEWS OF RAILROADS RAILROADSAND I IAND
I 1 AND OF RAILROAD MEN I 1
Great Display DisplayIt
It is the Ulelhte11tton intention of the Pennsylvania PensylftnlaRailroad PennsylvaniaiaIlrod
7 Railroad ail road to make a great display at ih iht 1M 1Mft thezt
ft zt t Louis Exposition On One of tb the fa ftaftres fattrf fuatrs
ftres ttrf > s of the exhibit is to b be a complete completeloeomo coml4teIoomo eomlctoloeomove
loeomo loeomove ve vt testing plant It is I the jilan jilanto jlanto lan lanto
to have this plant in operation dttrlvfe dttrlvfeJii c1urlt c1urltllll dnrIrti
Jii ti Li of f the exposition so that the UI engl engln eRglnf enginrs
n nf nrs rrs > rg railroad men generally and others othersinterested oUtersIntrrestd otherslntrrested
interested in railroads may have an op opportunity opvrt oprtuutty ¬
portunity vrt rtuutty unity of witnessing a practical dem demons derncsratIon eaa ¬
ons csratIon 111 ration of the testing of locomotives locomotivesTilt locomotivesTIE
Tilt 14 officers of the road who are to to toI 1Mh
I h charge hurg of the affair are to use a pa JH JHnKr pansvngr s sa
vngr a nKr er a freight rrI ht and a shifting engine enginev
v h whIch to demonstrate the work to tol tob toI
l b > > done These are to be tested 1eat as to totraction tofctloD toctIon5
traction ctIon5 speed power aad ralve Tal ialv motion motionis
l is i taiii Ita i d that t bu t the only testing tntlA plant plantc jIanttht
c the kind in the country U I the one At AtIVrdue Atpdue ati
IVrdue i rdue University lnivraU The Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniahlbit PenlWlyhanlaI
I hlbit Is I t to be 89 0 per cent larger larleltlulJI than thanCoal thanCoal
15 15Coal
Coal Roads Roa Censdfaatod CensdfaatodTbt CoJlHlf atod atod1Ile
Tbt Psnnsrlraaia P and NorU N Nortbetern Nortbeternthe estarn estarnthe
the fl e raofbria J r1a and Del C1 CtoarAett reM and a aL aL Jwia JwiaL
L < r z of 1I t other small railroads aUI in 1 the Key KeyS
B > tie it t State which whl h are sent e SOUILrOIIed SOUILrOIIedtnnsyvania tro rolled Ue4 by WhlU1SilftDia TVs TVsI
I tumylrania system ysto vsteJD J bate V oe neca a emscJt emscJtdu cdldit cnicJid
du d ttfld d mjder naderReturns em 11 management managementPcturns mana manaRC
Returns RC u to the City ci Cityol V
1 ol L s 0 Brown the general rl 4g4nt t of ofSouth oti orouthrzj
< < South foutru outhrzj ru who has been In I New Ydrk Ydrkci ykCi
ci Ci uslK u > > IIJ returned to Washington Wbact last lastght lastght lastg1t
ght i I looked over the subway as ason asiI
on 0 iI exjer laljroal r lJrrat man and he VII1 al l eon eonerning canV
erning V rfltflg Th Th fl > undertaking undenaJd Is I one of ofth
4 th 1 h gretf grea 5t t i piLea jii ites tea of railroad ongtaeer ongtaeerlrj onst1rtr ongtneer1rg
lrj tr 1rg this lht oiintrv Ol ur ro has ever known knowDnr knowDnrt Fit FitMTI Firt
MTI t fa mll mIl41 > s of if great tunnel have been beent en ent
t t thrtuh thrcIJ h solid rock It Is expected expectedthat expeetndthat cpectdthat
that the nv n rapid r pld transit system Is i go goto o oJ
J to b be II in up ration in about eighteen eighteenr elaIUe elaIUerlIbe eighteenroiuhs
r rlIbe fin be t jUI u < N w Yorkers york ha hat hatto reason reasonto r aJIOIt aJIOItto
to le l < c otoud Jl oud of ofThe i iThe jThe
The Royal Blue BltwTht BlueTh Bin BinTht
Tht Th Baltimore and Ohio has Issued IssuedThe IAaedIIJe IssuedI
I The Ileyal Blue DI Magnate If far r July JulyTho JlyTh JulyTh
Tho Th publication deals deal with the beauties beautiesc beauU beauUtbe bueutlt
c < the t be mountain and seaside aa de resorts resortsr
r Ti < ached hed by the l system It Is a preten pretentioug prec prectlIJU pretsettus
tioug tlIJU affair a < < air the halftone Illustrations Illustrationsa UJaatraU UJaatraUall Iliustratleasai1
all a i M the typographical ttpo rapblcal work being equal equalto equalj
to j 1 if no It much better than many aT of ofregular ttH ofIh
H Ih < regular Tp I1ar monthly monthl magazines In ad addiion aditl1n adtlitOfl
diion itl1n to describing the resorts the their themaga therDagaZini
ir maga rDagaZini > ugazin DJ < i contains oe a whole lot of la lattrcBtlnf isftrstlng
ttrcBtlnf tcrfUn reading di1a matter matterPlans uaaUrPJans matterPlans
Plans of the mint 21IsThe Jl1Janl i iThe
nl The loeni 10e l ledge I0d8 oC jBlks have Jta hae arranged arrangedTVth arrangedith d dw
TVth w th the tbfltlsaor Baltimore Batth and II d Ohio ft fOr r a al aseial
2 seial l < cia train to tak take them u ever uisc r to the thetJ tileNg thelt
tJ Ng affair in Baltimore B lt Wednesday WednesdayTraveling Wu8 WiaesiayTraveling ta7 ta7Travelln
Traveling Travelln Passenger Pu Agent H P Bald Baldwin BaIdW sId ¬
4 win W j b of the Baltimore and ct Ohio oies oieshave Is to tohave tohave
have charge char of o the train trainRussias traiLRuuias trainRuesias
Russias Railway Interests InterestsThe InterutsThe InterestsTho
The extent with which the gover goverctnfols P PCtnLol govoreussat govoreussatento1s
ctnfols the railroads ratho in I R RrhOn Russia Russiaehown Is Isshown
shown In a report made 11I4 by Consul Goes Central 0 0Hal GoesVrtl ¬
Hal Richard Ouenther of l Pra Praakfert PraakfertCfnnany PraiskZartCcrnuany kfe > rt rtCrnnany
Crnnany He gives gl to the theof Department Departmentof
of State the following follow figures figuresPassenger ftcvrePassenger figuresPassenger
Passenger cars on all the therubllc therubllc theyubllc
rubllc railways of Russia RussiaFinland RulaXSnlaD4
4 Finland excepted on Janu January Januar January ¬
ary ar I IMS ThO ThOTraI 15MS 15MST 15145Trral
T Trral < fal value vale aloe of passenger cars 50707868Total 50707868 50707 50707TI 4077SUTtai
Total TI > tal number of freight cars Stfi046 Stfi046Voial 11I0MIOlal ZILOIIoaI
Voial oaI value of freight ears earaIOS07JA5 earaIOS07JA5Of 1X08072055 1X08072055Of O8O72d5 O8O72d5Of
Of the total unmb unmber r of pa passenger enger rant rantthe earnthe a athe
the government owns s 1t33 > 733 in European Euro EuropuuV tsu
< V V
I IOPENING
RUSSIA OPPOSES OPPOSESOPENING OPPOSESOPENING
OPENING OF WIJU WIJUYOKOHAMA WIJUi
i r rYOKOHAMA
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YOKOHAMA July 20 2OM M Pavloff Ivlo th thRuMiaa the theRui1I theRussian
Russian minister at Seoul the capital capitalof
of Korea has h had an audience with the theEmperor theEmperor theKmperor
Emperor of Korea In which b he opposed opposedthe oppoeedthe opposedthe
the opening of WIJu the port on the theYalu UIeiaht theVale
Vale River theopenluK the opening of which whl k was wasaaked wasa wasasked
asked a ked by Great Britain and Japan JapanHORSES JapaaHORSES JapanHORSES
I ISTEPS
HORSES HOOF BLOWN OFF OFFSTEPS OFFSTEPS
STEPS ON DYNAMITE CAP CAPTRENTON CAPTRJNTOX CAPTRENTON
TRENTON July 20 20J J H Romain Remainand RomainaDel Romainand
and his son were out driving yesterday yesterdaywith yMtltrdawlUt yesterdaywith
with a 1 1800 00 team when one of the thehorses thehOl1Ml8 thehiwues
horses stepped on a dynamite cartridge cartridgeand cartrlclceanti cartridgeand
and ooo of his hi hoofs was blown off The Themen Themen Themen
men were hurled out but not injured injuredAfter InjuredAfter injuredAfter
After the accident the horses started startedto
to run away awa and when finally Rally caught caughtthe caalbtthe caughtthe
the injured Injur horse had I ad to be shot The Thecartridge Thecartrld Thecartridge
cartridge cartrld e is I supposed to hv u been beendropped beendropped besudropped
dropped by Italians ItaU who were blasting blastingin blutlAf blutlAfIu biastln V Vin
in the vicinity vicinityON TldnltyON 1c1nityON
ON BANK BUILDING HE HESEES HESEES HESEES
SEES VISION OF SAVIOUR SAVIOURKNOXVILLB SAVIOURKNOXVILLI SAVIOURKNOXVILL1
KNOXVILLB Tenn July 30 JOOn On the thedark lh lhdark thedark
dark wall of the sixstory East Tenses Tennessee TenneH Tensessee ¬
see H National at1onal Bank building build InK Ernest ErnestLiuestone EfnestLillatone ErnestLlnestone
Liuestone a local leader of the Salva Salvation Salvation Salvation ¬
tion Army Arm says he saw a vision of Jesus JesusChrist JeausCarlt JesusChrist
Christ on the cross Saturday Saturda night and andfrom anatrom andfrom
from an early arl hour in the night until unUIBeRt untilnear
near the break of day he knelt in the thestreets thei thestreets
i streets and prayed Half way ay to the thetop th thtop thetop
top of the building buUdln the darkness was wascut wascut wasi
i cut by a long lon line of light Nearer the theground thearound theground
ground the deer 4ee shadows l Iadowa were broken by bystray byetrar bystray
stray rays of light from an R are light lightand IIsktand lightand
and it was in this thl place that Llaestone Llaestonedirected Llne Linestonedirected ton tondlroct
directed dlroct d his III rase raseCROSSED nec necCROSSED ue ueCROSSED
CROSSED WIRES PLAY PLAYCRUEL PLAYCRUEL PLAYCRUELJOKE
CRUEL CRUELJOKE JOKE ON RABBI RABBIPOTTSVILLE RABBIPOTTSVILLE RABBIV
V I IPOTTSVILLE
POTTSVILLE Pa July 20 Crossed Crossedtelephone CroBledtelephone Crossedtelephone
telephone wires yesterday played a cruel crueljoke cruelJoke crueljoke
joke upon the ReT Samuel Spero rabbi rabbiof rabbior rabbiof
of Oheb Sodeck Jewish congregation of ofthis ottll ofthis
this tll place and caused great excltemelltthroushout excitementthroughout excitement excitementthroughout
throughout the entire community commuDltyi The Therabbis Therabbis
i rabbis rabbi wife was expected hem hems from a asuburban alturHn asuburban
suburban lturHn point The rabbi received a acall acalI acall
call to the phone Some one on the theother tileother theother
other end of the line said Your wife wifehas wlr wlrhas wifehas
has just and then the lre was waacrossed wascrossed U Ueroesed
crossed with another one and lie heard hearda
a voice saying ylo Yes y she has h just been beenkilled beeRkllItd beenkilled
killed After Aft this Oat all wire connection connectionwas eoanecdoQwas connectionwas
was cut off 1he TtIHJ Th family was nreimrtu nreimrtuto p55pa p55pato
to receive the dead body of Mrs Spero Sperowhen Sperowhen psro psrowhen
when she In the best state of health healthwalked ItlUtWalkecl heslthwalked
walked into the house hoes
Russia and 141 on the Asiatic govern government aovernment overn overnment ¬
ment lines 11 as against 386S of Lh Lhformer u uformer LbS LbSformer
former and an 418 of the latter owned by byprivate byprhale byprivate
private trunk lines The total number nVldberor numberof
or mail cars in Russia RI is I 621 1 and of ofbaggage oCage 1 1baggage
baggage age cars lSi The Tla total carrying carrylNgcapacity carryJaccapaelty carryingcapacity
capacity of the th freight cars is set down downas d das downas
as 41M751 tons tonsOpportunities tOUIOpportunities V VOpportunities
Opportunities in the South SouthThe SouthThe SouthThe
The Southern Field for July de devotes Ievot dovotes ¬
votes vot considerable coutdera1 lo space to pointing out outthe outtho outthu
the irresistible Irre laUble tendency of o great in interests 111lr Intirests ¬
terests lr ta which are geographically far taraparlIlke farapartlike farapart
apart aparlIlke like the meatpacking and cot cottonmanufacturing eotlOamaButaeturlnc cottonmanufacturing ¬
tonmanufacturing interests Intereeteto to come cometogether co cotogethttl cometogether
together in the South and unite along alonglines alenslIa alengUses
lines lIa of more JD4 re economical production productionIn
In line with this thought the paper paperaddrenses paperIIddrer paperaddreraes
addrenses IIddrer s this tbl appeal to the Northern Northernand NortbrnaM Northernand
and Western farmers farmersThe tarnThe frmrcTh
The Th relation or cotton and wool in inthe InUte intue
the hands haAd of the manufacturer the mer merchant merehsst er erehaat ¬
chant and the h consumer is I obvious and andIntimate UMJlaUmate ad adIntimate
Intimate This nt relationship reJaUoa lp should log logically 10X1eaJ17 logkelly ¬
kelly begin at the point of first pro protection procluett prodection ¬
tection cluett in lia adjoining fields Ida on the theMate same samebone sea seabarn
bone barn farm in close proximity to the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local mill 11 In the only section of octRla octRlaCOtIRtry of this thiscountry thiscountry
country where the two great textiles textilesmay totil textilesmay
may 7 be produced pr sloe ay 0 iy side Iddetbe IddetbeoQth sidethesout the theSouth
South SouthThe sout oQth oQthTIN
soutTISO
The Northern N rUaern and Western farmer farmershould tarltl farjnrsshould nr nrsHulci
should feel more re than l a passing interest interestla
In the revolution which is transferring transferringthe
the great textile interests of the coon country eounlrT coontry ¬
try to the South SoutJaMlfiDtereBt selfinterest should shouldmake ahouldmake shouldmake
make him a part of that revolution revolutionThe reToot reTootThe revolutj4sThe
The paper describes the life of the lit little IUUe littIe ¬
tIe colony of WaMenses Wal ea s on the South Southern Soatbern Southera ¬
ern Railway at Valdese N C and andpoints aDdPOl andpoInts
points POl ta to thefr thefr remarkable success succe un under andel under ¬
der exceptional difficulties as a signal signalindication alpal1u4tcatJou sfgaaiindication
indication of t th the foreign colony Idea Ideawhere Id Idhere ideawhere
where here the right sort of material is se selected Hleewe soleeted ¬
lected lectedThe leeweThe leetedThe
The paper comes eo to the assistance of ofthe ortI ofthe
the tI prospector and investor with peril pertinent pertlDeBt perilnest ¬
DeBt observations and suggestions suggestionstouching aautleutoutJdJle suUsstenstoueidisg
touching business It opportunities a at va various Yarloua yerbous ¬
rious points In all the sections traversed traversedby tra traby traversedby
by the great reat aad aBdgrowlap grewlBg Southern Rail Railway Railway ¬
way system systemMay systemMay te l lKay
May COme East EastIt EastLI
It Is reported that Superintendent SuperintendentAlexander SusperlstssdentAlexander
Alexander Robertson of o tile 1M nMilo di division 41Tl dlvision ¬
vision Tl D1I of tire WabAsh Is I U tAt Issvs that tllatroa4 thatrod thatroad
road August 1 next to take Me a luoroim luoroimportNt morsIsnportast I Iporut
portNt position In the t Bast aat WK Urttn two twoGould t1IeOoal4 1 1Could
Gould system eaa He has bees for the theWMk past pastweek pestwe
week we k with lth George Gould and President PresidentRaatsey Pr PresidentRoascy tcldt tcldtaaey
Raatsey In the theNew Vast VastKtw aat V VNew
New B 0 Bride BriagThe BriqMte BrideThe
The work of erecting er t1nc the new ne bride bridefor brtdaefor bridgefor
for the Baltimore awl Ohio over the Big BigMonocacy HlconocaCy RigM000CaCy
Monocacy onocaCy River at Dlckensons is to tob tobe tobe
b be begun next week k The masonry con construction eonIRMlctloD contruction ¬
struction has been bee contracted for by a aBaltimore ualtlmore t tBaltimore
Baltimore altlmore firm widi while 10 the steel week wk is isto Isto
to be b done by the American Bridge BridgeCompany Brl4 BridgeCompany
Company The r bridge brt4 Is t to be ooe of 0 0t1N
UM largest on the lines of tk the Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
and Ohio OfcloMr O1alo1JIr OhioMr
Mr Puller Return ReturnM RetunMIH
H W Fuller Uer general passenger r agest agestof cat catof t tof
of the ChesmpoAke and Ohio has re returned returned
turned from his trip to New N York Yorkwhere Yorkwbre Torkwhere
where ho hO held a coafern > with ith severs fiter1 fiter1railroad esysralrailroad i irailroad
railroad officers He H also Inspected tlte tltenew Ut Utnew tuenew
new dining cars which the railroad is isopcratinj is isoppraUnr s soperating
operating on the trains between Wash Washington Wallblugton WashIugton ¬
ington and New w York
IB MEL PLATT WANTS WANTSALORICH VANTSALOHIGH ANT8 ANT8AllIG
ALORICH ON TICKET TICKETSuggests TICKETSugg T1ETSuggeflt
Sugg Suggests ts Rhode Island Man for forSecond forSecond forSecond
Second Place PlaceJuly Place1tW PlaceNgw
Ngw 1tW YORK Jul July SO OSenator Senator Thomas ThomasC j jsted
C Plat Plett sugjeeted utieeted sted yesterday that his hiscolleftsuf hiscoUeapl hiscolleegel
colleftsuf Senator Nelson W Aldrich Aldrlchof
of Rhode Island would make a strong strongcandidate atrongcandidate strongcandidate
candidate for Vice President on the Re Republican Republlean Republicait ¬
publican national naU nal ticket this thl year The Thesuggestion Thteatton Thesuggestion
suggestion eatton was wa brought out by the an announcement anuouDcelDent announceinent ¬
nouncement of Gov Richard Yates of ofIlrtnois ofImnols ofIllinois
Illinois on his hi return from Europe on onSaturday onSaturda onSaturday
Saturda Saturday that he was not a candidate candidatefor candldatftor eandldntsfor
for second place on the Republican Republicanticket RepHpanUekel l1epblantickeL
ticket Coming after the refusal of Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator ator Fairbanks of Indiana at Manhattan ManhattanBeach ManhattanBc1i laDhAttanneack
Beach two weeks ago to permit himself himselfto himseltto
to be looked upon a se an aspirant for forthe forthe forthe
the oHlco the refusal of Governor Yates Yateeto Yat YatlO Yatesto
to allow hIs hl name to be included in the thelist thellilt thelilt
list of possibilities narrows the field fieldDUBLIN fieldD fieldDUBLIN
DUBLIN D LIN IS EXCITED EXCITEDOVER EXCITEDOVER EXCITEDV
V OVER ROYAL VISIT VISITLONDON VISITLONDON VISITLONDON
LONDON July 30 OExcitement Excitement in inDublin InDublin InDublin
Dublin Increases Iner hourly hourI and by Tuesday Tuesdaywhen TuelMInywken Tuesdaywhen
when the King and Queen arrive the theenthusiasm theenthuslum theenthusiasm
enthusiasm should be great indeed indeedPeople IndeedPeopJe indeedPeople
People are pouring into the city by train trainand trainand trainand
and boat On Tuesday the scene prom promises promI prom1se ¬
ises I to be a very yel brilliant one More Morevessels Morevessels Iore IoreTe
vessels Te e or the fleet eet are to be Hon in inKingstown inKln InKlngstown
Kingstown Kln ton Harbor Among them is the theRoyal llieRo theRoyal
Royal Ro l Sovereign with Ith Capt Alfred Patel Pageti Patelon
on i board bottrd The public entry of the th King Kingand KIngand Kingand
and Queen will III be Imposing In the thefirst theArat thefirst
first carriage will be seated the Lord LordLieutenant LordLieutenant LordLieutenant
Lieutenant and Princess Victoria with withthe withtbe withthe
the King and Queen the Duke of Con Connaught OonntuKht Connaught
naught and General Morton riding on onthe onthe onthe
the right of the carriage carriageSEARCHES carriageSEARCHES carriageSEARCHESEUROPE
SEARCHES SEARCHESEUROPE EUROPE EUROPEFOR EUROPEFOR V VFOR
FOR AN OLD ESSAY ESSAYITHACA ESSAYITHACA ESSAYIT1ACA
ITHACA July Jul toProf > Prof Willard Fieko FiekoCornell Fisk FiskCorJlell FleheCornell
Cornell Universitys UnlTrslt first librarian after afterfifty alterafty afterfifty
fifty years 81S of fruitless rntl search areh for a lost lostmanuscript lostJaanUHript lostmanuscript
manuscript has gone to Europe to con continue contlalM eontine ¬
tine the hunt huntHe huatHe huntHe
He is now In Copenhagen Denmark Denmarkwhere Denmarkhee Denmarkwhere
where hee he bl is I looking through the archives archiveswhile arehlv arehlvwhile archiveswhile
while Mr Harris of r Cornell is making a asearch arch asearch
search rch through this country COUD 7 The manu manuscript manuerlpt menuscript ¬
script contains the first mention of oCchess ofcJMu ofchess
chess by any writer in America The Thetreatise ThetreatS Thetreatise
treatS treatise was written by b the Rev Lewis LewisRoux LewisRoux LewisRoux
Roux 174
MARYLAND MARYLANDANNAPOLIS MARYLANDANUAPOLIS MARYLANDAIWAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS ANNAPOLISThe AIWAPOLISThe
The Anne Arundel Democratic pri primaries prl81artSaturday primanes ¬
maries 81artSaturday manes Saturday tturday resulted in placing con control oont contrplV ¬
t trplV trol eC the convention In the hands han of oftae oCtM ofthe
tae WeilsBannon combination The Theeoaveation TheaU Theoattn
eoaveation oattn aU will meet July JuITI 2S The only onlycontest ORI ORICOlttNt onlyVeoctest
Veoctest contest likely Ubi to be made will be over overthe 001t1le overthe
the nomination for sheriff sheriffTHROUGHOUT aherllTHROUGHOUT sheriffTHROUGHOUT
THROUGHOUT THE STATE STATEThe STATEThe STATEThe
The contract for the th construction cn trtlcUon of ofthe ortile ofthe
the sixtyfivemile connecting link be between belWMR betweca ¬
tween the West Virginia Central at atCumberland atCIUftHrlaBcI atCuanberlend
Cumberland and the Western Maryland Marylandat Marlnndat
at Cherry Run has he been let to Degnou DegnouA D DegnonMcLan gnol gnolA
A McLean contractors of New York YorkA YorkA YorkA
A frame building In Dover Street Streetowned Streetowned Streetowned
owned by J 1 Edward Hubbard and occu occupied occuple4 occupied ¬
pied by b Howard A Bradley Bradle as a con confectionery conteetlonrr confectionery ¬
fectionery store and restaurant was wasburned wasburned a aI
I burned at Beaten last la t night Mr Brad Bradleys DradII Bradlrs
leys Ie loss is estimated at 1600 1 with an anInsurance anIR3Uranee anInsurance
II
Insurance of 1200Vernle 1200 1200Vernle i2OOVernie
Vernle Crane and Oscar L Sraaltz Sraaltzboth SmallzboUt Seneltzboth
both of Martlnsburg W Va were w mar married JRttrrlMI userrll ¬
ried at St Pauls Paul Methodist Episcopal Episcopalparsonage JIIplacopalpanonage piicopalparsonage
parsonage in Hagerstown Saturday night nightby nightb nightby
by b the Rev E T Mowbray MowbrayA
A Loudest Burke of Roanoke con contractor contrIIetor contraetor ¬
tractor for the Norfolk and Western WesternRailway WternJtnw7 WesternRailway
Railway dle died l suddenly yesterday terdaT after afternoon aflorROOn aftersoon ¬
noon in his hi room at the Hotel Hamilton HamiltonHagerstown Hamiltonaprlllown Hamiltonl1ageriLown
Hagerstown or heart disease aged for fortyseven fort7Men fortysven ¬
tyseven t7Men years yearsMxTreaswrer yraJIhTrPa yearsBaTreasurer
MxTreaswrer JIhTrPa C P I Castle of Prince PrinceOeorge PrlneeOeore PrinceGeorge
George county has sold his 1 farm near nearLaurel ooarlArel nearLaurel
Laurel te t Sylvester Smith of Anne AnseAruRdel AnB AnBArtiRdel AnneArusndei
AruRdel county COUDt for 3tot 3totThe 2 2The 3255The
The Hagerstown Printing and Book Bookbinding nookbledla Bookbinding ¬
binding bledla Company has purchased the theMarr theMarl theMarr
Marr property corner Jonathan and andFraaklin audJliaaklln andFranklin
Franklin Streets for 102M 10 and will willerect willerect willerect
erect V a xiOOO fl5 building bultdln OH 0 the site siteCol alteCot siteCol
Col D 1 T r E Castecl U S A who whohas whoMea whohas
I has been stationed with his hi regiment at atLuxon atLaaon atLzon
i Luxon Philippine Islands for sixteen sixteenmonths 8ixtntha sixteenmonths
months tha is spend spending 14lh Mg his hi vacation in inOakland InMd inOskIsnd
Oakland Ma Id with his sister Mrs A AOOttd P POonder PGoeder
Oonder OonderGOVERNOR OOttd GoederGOVERNOR r rGOVERNOR
GOVERNOR GOVERNOR WAS WA SLOW SLOWTO SLO SLOWTO J JTO
TO LEARN LER OF LYNCHING LYNCHINGATLANTA LYNCHINGATI LYNCHINGATLANTA
ATLANTA ATI NTA Ga July 20 2000verllol 2000verllolTerrell 20GovernorTerreli Governor GovernorTerrell
Terrell has broken the record In the thematter thematter thematter
matter of unique rewards rt > wards by offering 150 150for 1110for 5fl 5flfor
for the apprehension appr henloa of o a n pegro Ho gro who it ittranspires Ittraa ittranspires
traa transpires plres was wa lynched ten days ago axnTh agoThe O On
Th The negro was wa BM Claua who attacked attaekcxlBuaie at attackedSusie tackfICl tackfIClSule
Susie Johnson a young youn < < school teacher teacherin
in Mcintosh MeJ toela county ouDt7 90 July Jul 9 He was waacaptured wa wacaptund wascaptured
I captured after a chase across acru ver seven seveneouflties n ncounties
I counties taken back to the seen scenc of hl hlcrime hilt hiltertme lilacrime <
I crime and after Afte h he was as ldentlit4Ml Id Dtlfted by byMLKH b7Mill byMa
MLKH Mill Johnson was shot ana a burned The Thelynenlni TileIDeblne Thelynching
lynching was wa reported in the papers but butGovernor butOOTenaor butGovernor
Governor Terrell explains that he has hasno h hItO hasn4
no n4 official know knowledge led that the negro was wsulynched waHIDched waslynched
lynched lynchedKOTBD IDchedHOTED lynchedMOTED
I
KOTBD FIRE CHIEF KILLED KILLEDI KILLEDLOt1ISV1LL
I LOUI8V1LLJB July M 2OMajor Major Edward EdwardHughes EdwardHue EdwardHughes
Hue Hughes LoulsTlllea veteran Are fir chief chiefwas ehler3S chiefwas
was 3S killed yesterday afternoon by a atrolley aj atrolley
j trolley tro1 < > y car ar lie war one of the best bestknown bestknown t tknowu
known fire flr chiefs in thu th country
CUNARDLINETOBE CUNARDLINETOBEEXCLUSIVELY CUNARD CUNARDLINETOBEV CUNARDLINETOBEEXCLUSIVELY LINE TO BE BEEXCLUSIVELY V
EXCLUSIVELY BRITISH BRITISHLIVERPOOL BRITISHLIVEHPOOL BRITISHLIVERPOOL
LIVERPOOL July 20 20The The directors directorsof
of the Cunard Steamship Company call called called called ¬
ed a special 5Pc lal meeting of the shareholders shareholdersfor
for July Jul 29 to consider a change In the thearticles thearticles thearticles
articles of association with a view iew to topreventing topreventing topreventing
preventing foreigners from becoming di directors direetors directors ¬
rectors or principal officers of the com company comNtn cornpany ¬
pany Ntn Other provisions will insure that thatthe thattho thatthe
the company will remain exclusively exclusivelyBritish excluslelyBritish exclusivelyBritish
British and also increase the capital capitalby capitalbr capitalby
by the creation of a new share worth
100 called the government share sharewhich sharewhich sharewhich
which will be Issued only to a nominee nomineeof
of the government governmentWHOLE governmentWHOLE governmentWHOLE
WHOLE TRAIN FALLS FALLSOVER FALLSOVER FALLSV FALLSOVER
V
OVER EMBANKMENT EMBANKMENTMIDDLETOWN EMBANKMENTnDDLETOWX EMBANKMENTMIDDLETOWN
MIDDLETOWN N Y July 20 20In In a awreck awrtck awreck
wreck on the Scranton branch of the theNow theNew theNew
New York Ontario and Western Rail Railroad RnIJroail Hallroad ¬
road near Proston Park early yesterday yesterdaymoruinp yesterdnymorning yesterdaymorning
morning fortynine loaded coal cars and andI andan andan
I an engine went down an embankment embankmentj embankmentTho embankmentThu
j Th Tho engine driver named Terry and the thefireman thefireman thefireman
fireman named Burke were Injured but butIt butIt butit
It is thought not fatally The accident accidentwhich ncchlentwhich accidentwhich
which occurred on a steep mountain mountaingrade mountaingrade I Igrade
grade was due it Is said to the In Inability Inability Inability
ability of the engine driver to shut off offsteam oclsteam of ofsteam
steam owing to a defect in the working workingof
of the throttle and also to the failure failureof failureof I Iot
of the air brakes brakesWHISTLERS brakesWHISTLERS
i iWHISTLERS
WHISTLERS DEATH DEATHDUE DEATHDUE DEATHDUE
DUE TO PAROXYSM PAROXYSMLONDON PAROXYSMLONDON PAROXYSMLONDON
LONDON July 20 20lt It has been ascer ascertained nscertalned ascertamed ¬
tamed that the Into James McNeill McNeillWhistler McNeil1Whistler McNeillWhistler
Whistler died under peculiarly distress distressing dlstressIn distresstag ¬
tag In circumstances He had been ill for fora tora fora
a year enr but his condition had improved improvedto
to such an extent that he ordered a acab acab acab
cab to go for a drive As ho was about aboutto nboutto aboutto
to leave his house In Chelsea he was wasseized wassol wasseized
seized sol zed with a fit He recovered tempo temporarily temporarily temporarily ¬
rarily but was the victim of another anotherparoxysm anotherparoxysm anotherparoxysni
paroxysm from which ho died Three Threeomlnent Threeominent Threeominent
ominent London physicians wore sum summoned summoned summonod ¬
moned at the first attack but they were wereunable werounable wereunable
unable to afford him any relief The Thearrangements Thearrangements Thearrangements
arrangements for the funeral which which is isexpected Isexpected isexpected
expected to take place tomorrow have havebeen havebeen nave navebeen
been made madeROYAL madeROYAL madeROYAL
V
ROYAL EXPLORER EXPLORERCOMING EXPLORERCOMING EXPLORERV
V COMING ON A VISIT VISITROME VISITROME VISITROME
ROME July 20 OPrince Prince Luigl the lheDuke theDuke
Duke of the Abruzzl nephow of the late lateKing InteKing lateKing
King Humbert will soon visit the xlieUnited l theUnited e eUnited
United States The famous young ex exploror explorer oxploror
ploror will reach American shores on onboard onboard
board his cruiser Llgurla and will stop stopat slopa stopat
at a several Atlantic coast ports
TITEMS ITEMS OF b INTEREST INTERESTi
V V i j FROM FRO 1 NEARBY STATES ST A TES <
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VIRGINIA VIRGINIAJ
J 1 A Bvans was shot throe times about aboutmidnight aboutmidnight aboutmidnight
midnight Saturday night at Norfolk be because bAusa because ¬
cause usa he refused to lend money mone to Elijah ElijahHouse ElijahRouse ElijahRouse
Rouse Evans Is now at the Hospital St StVinc SeVilleent StViucent
Vinc Villeent nt de Paul In a precarious condi condition coadlU condition ¬
tion U n Rouse = is at large largeThe largeTho largeThe
The Star warehouse on Spring Street StreetDanville StreetDanvlIIe StreetDanviilo
Danville operated by C D Nooll Co Cond Coand Cocml
and nd the fourstory prlzery owned by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John B Anderson Co wore burneJ burnedSaturday burneJSaturday burneJSaturday
Saturday night The loss is about 75 75MO
MO including between 15000 and 20000 20000worth 2000worlh 2000Jworth
worth of tobacco tobaccoBy lobaccoDy tobaccoBy
By the explosion of a large quantity quantityof
of dynamite and blasting powder stored storedIn storedIn storedIn
In a magazine near Pearlsburg Cues Qllascounty OlIoscouJlly Cuescounty
county Saturday two men were killed killedoutright killedoutrlghl killedoutright
outright sixteen were more or less in injured Injured injured ¬
jured and about 100 others severely severelyshocked severe severeshocked severelyshocked
shocked The two men men killed wore woreJames woreJam woreJames
James Jam Phillips of Blair Va a and George GeorgeNoel Georgf3Noel GeorgeNoel
Noel a negro of Elliston Va VaHorace VaHorace VaHorace
Horace M Pattlloon of Dinwiddie Dinwiddiecounty Dlnw1cldlecounty Dinwiddiecounty
county died at his home near Forda FordaDapat Ford FordD FordaDopeL
Dapat D IHJt Saturday aged twontyflvo years yearsMr yearsMr ears earsIr
Mr Ir Pattlloon married Maacha Boisseau Boisseauof
of this city elt who survives him with one onechild onechild onechild
V VThe
child childThe childThe
The schooner Mary Adelaide Adel lde Randall Randalllight Rnndnlllight Randalllight
light which was wn ashore in Chesapeake ChesapeakeBay ChesapeakeDa ChesapeakeBay
Bay Da was yesterday morning towed Into IntoHampton IntoHampton intoHampton
Hampton Roads by the steamer Storm StormKing StormKing StormKing
King KingChester KingChOlltor KingCheater
Chester aged eight years ear son of Cal Calvin CalIn Calvia ¬
via In Bradley of Dobbin fell from the side sideof sideot sideor
of a house and was Impaled upon u uwooden 1 1woooou awooden
wooden picket The lad is recovering recoveringThe recoveringThe recoveringThe
The present prospects for an apple applecrop applei applecrop
i crop ero in Shenandoah county are flatter flattering flatlcrling flatterhug ¬
ling hug and a heavy yield is anticipated One Onefarmer OneI Onefarmer
I farmer has sold the products of his or orchard orchard orchard ¬
chard as a it now stands for 1500 1500A 1500A 1500A
A B Coleman member of the Roanoke Roanokecity RoanokeellY Roanokocity
city council has resigned He is a can candldste candidate candldate
dldste for the Virginia Legislature It ItIH IthI Itis
IH believed that A J Camp will be elect oloctbd electlitd
bd 4 by the council to succeed Mr Ir Cole ColeMILLIONAIRES Colemall Coleman
mall mallMILLIONAIRES manMILLIONAIRES
MILLIONAIRES WILL WILLSENDS WILLSENDS WILLSENDS
SENDS HIM TO HARVARD HARVARDCHICAGO HARVARDCHICAGO HARVARDCHICAGO
CHICAGO July 20 20A A bequest of
4000 in the will of the late Gustavus GustavusS
I
S Swift will enable Clifton P Iledger Iledgera
a Northwestern divinity student to toreality tol torealize
reality l aHze his ambition of attending liar Harranl HnrYard liarYard
Yard University Unlvcr lty for four years Young
Pledger was wa employed by b Swift Co Coami Cothe Coand
and the favorable Impression he made madeled madeieel madeled
led to the bequest bequestCROWD bequestCROWD bequestCROWD
CROWD WAITING TO TOLYNCH TOL TOLYNCH
LYNCH L Y JCH THIS NEGRO NEGROMONTEVIDEO NEGROMONTEVIDEO NEGROMONTEVIDEO
MONTEVIDEO Minn lInn July 20 OA 20Aposse OApoa A Aposs
poss poa posse in pursuit of a negro who attacked attackedMiss altncledMis attackedMiss
Miss Olson brought him to hay in a awheat I Ihoat iwheat
wheat hoat field near uiear 18ar Milan lIe made a des desperate desperate denperate ¬
perate resistance and was badly bud wound wounded woundOct wounded ¬
ed Oct before he submitted aubmltl He will ie iebrought I Ibrought e ebrought <
brought to Montevideo today Excited Excitedcrowds Excltellcrowdli Excitedcrowds
crowds are waiting altlng his arrival and It Is Isboliuved hibollucd I Iboiiuved
boliuved ho will bo lynched
RUSSIA AND tllI JAPAN JAPANSEE JAPANSEEM
SEEM SEE ON ONEVEOF EVE EVEOF OF WAR WARSt AII AIISt
St Petersburg Trying to Deprive DepriveIsland DepriveIsland DepriveIsland
Island of Allies AlliesPEKIN AlliesPEKIN AlliesPEKIN
PEKIN July 20 20Accordlng According to diplo diplomats dlplomatd diplomate ¬
mats here the greatest factor In the theEastern theEastern theEastern
Eastern situation Is the increasing dan danger dancer tiangor ¬
ger of war between Russia end end Japan JapanThey JapanThe JapanThey
They The believe it is becoming plain that thatRussia thatRussia thatRussia
Russia Is willing to fight Japan itcon itconvinced UconIneed ifVconvinced ¬
vinced that no other powers wers will vlll assist assisther assisther assisther
her herThe
The Russians are confident of their theirability tbelrability theirability
ability to easily defeat Japan and are aresaid aresaid aresaid
said to be anxious to settle definitely definitelyher definitelyher definitelyher
her position In Eastern politics and end endher endher endher
her ambitions to oppose Russias prog progress progress progrena ¬
ress In Manchuria ManchuriaThe MancburlaTI1C Manchuriarho
The belief Is attributed to the Japa Japanese Japanese Japaacne ¬
nese that the Russian Russlnn policy ID to at attempt attompt attompt ¬
tompt to placate Great Britain and andAmerica andAmcrlcn andAmerica
America and provoke Japan into begin beginning beginning beginning ¬
ning hostilities They regard Russias Russiasconsent Russlasconsent Russiasconsent
consent to opening ports in Manchuria Manchuriathe Manchuriathe lnnchur1athe
the Czars promised visit to England Englandand Englandand Englandand
and the occupation of the Korean bor border border border ¬
der as parts of that policy Russias ac activity activity activity ¬
tivity on the Yalu River is more Irritat Irritating IrritatIng Irritating ¬
ing to Japan than the retention of Man Manchuria Manehurln Manchuria ¬
churia and all Japanese officials In InChina InChina InChina
China speak ot war as a probability probabilityBEEF probabllllyBEEF probabilityBEEF
BEEF TRUST CASES CASESGO CASESGO CASESGO
GO TO SUPREME COURT COURTCHICAGO COURTCHICAGO COURTCHICAGO
CHICAGO Ill July 20 20The The Chicago Chicagopacking Chicagopacking Chicagopacking
packing firms made defendants In the theBeef theBeet theBeef
Beef Trust cases have appealed ap ealed the suit suitto suitto suitto
to the Supreme Court of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States the order being entered by b Judge JudgeGrosscup JudgGrosscup JudgeGrosscup
Grosscup after a conference with At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney John S Miller representing the thepackers thepackers thepackers
packers and United States District At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Bethea who conducted the prose prosecution pros proscuUo prosecutioii ¬
cution cuUo The six defendant firms who whotook whotook ho hotook
took the appeal a > p al are Armour Co Swift SwiftCo SwiftCo SwiftCo
Co the Nelson Morris Company the theHammong theHammong theHaunmong
Hammong Packing Company the Cud Cudahy Cudahy Cudahy
ahy Packing Company and Schwarz Schwarzschlld Sehwnrzschild Schwarzschild
schild Sulzberger SulzbergerSOLD SulzbergerSOLD SulzbergerSOLD
SOLD BY CLARENCE MACKAY MACKAYSAN MACKAYSAN MACKAYSAN
SAN FRANCISCO July 20 20Clarence 20ClarenceMaokay 20ClarenceMackay Clarence ClarenceMaokay
Maokay and andhis his wife have ha e deeded their theirhalf theirhalt theirhalf
half of Nevada Block at PIne and andMontgomery andMontgomery andMontgomery
Montgomery Streets to the Nevada NevadaBank KeadaBank NevadaBank
Bank corporation This ends the own ownership ownership ownership ¬
ership of the Mackays In the historic historicbuilding historicbuilding historicbuilding
building erected by Mackay Flood FloodFair FloodFnir FloodFair
Fair and OBrien in the height of the thebonanza thebonanza thebonanza
bonanza excitement in 1875
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MARYLAND lINSURGENTSttPUT INSURGENTSPUT INSURGENTS INSURGENTSttV INSURGENTSttPUT V
PUT PLANS ON PAPER PAPEREach PAPEREach PAPEREach
Each Leader Leader in the New Combine Is Expected to Pro Produce Produce Produce ¬
duce His Share of State Delegates
BALTIMORE July 20 20or Of the most in intense Intense intense ¬
tense Interest In Maryland are the do doIngs doIngs doings
Ings of the antiorganization Republic Republicans ¬
ans and every bit of gossip concerning concerningtheir concerningtheir concerningtheir
their plans and the new combinations combinationsthey combinationsthey Jomblnatlonsthey
they are forming Is eagerly read rea and andmade a1Jmade nadmade
made the subject for discussion In city citytown clt clttcwn citytown
town and at cross roads roadsThe roadsThe roadsThe
The purpose of the new combine Is to todown todown todown
down first Senator Louis E McComas McComasand McComasnnd McComasand
and secondly to gain such a grip on the theState thcState theState
State organization that all of the Sen Senators Senntor Sonator
ators ntor henchmen will tumble over one oneanother onOanother oneanother
another to get a good seat in the band bandwacon bandwa bandwagon
wagon waconThe wa wagonThe on onThe
The whole scheme of the plotters can cannow oa11now cannow
now be told in detail and the purpose purposeare purposeare purposeare
are settled settle ones if there be anything in inpolitics Inpolitics inpolitics
politics that can stay put Here It is isEvery 1 1Every isEvery
Every effort will be made to give the thegubernatorial th thJubernatorlal thegubernatorial
gubernatorial nomination to former Gov Governor GO GOernor Governor ¬
ernor Lowndes and then to elect suffi sufficient suficlont sufficleat ¬
cleat members of the Legislature to in insure Insure insure ¬
sure the election as United States Sen Senator Senator Seaator ¬
ator of William lllIam H Jackson As the old oldorganization oldorganization oldorganization
organization Is for Stevenson A Wil Williame Vil Villlams 11 11lIam
llams lIam for governor and McComas for forSenator torSenator forSenator
Senator a mighty battle at the primaries primariesIs
Is In sight sightThat shthtThat sightThat
That the issue depends on Baltimore Baltimorecity Baltimoreclly Baltimorecity
city Is generally admitted It will be beCongressman beCongrossman beCongressman
Congressman Wachtera achtcrs part of the com common common common ¬
mon enterprise to deliver to the new newcombine newcombine newcombine
combine the twentyeight city delegatos delegatosIn
In the State convention If he succeeds succeedsthere succeedsthere succeedsthere
there appears to be no doubt that Son Senator Sonntor Sonator ¬
ator McComas goose is cooked to a aturn aturn aturn
turn If the old crowd wins it will win winthe winthe winthe
the State and the th fight Hence this city cityIs cllyis cityis
Is to be the battle ground groundThe JtroundThe groundThe
The State convention will be composed
JEWS IN UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYARE UNIVERSITYARE UNIVERSITYl
ARE TREATED FAIRLY FAIRLYATLANTIC FAIRLYATLANTIC FAIRLYATLANTIC
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ATLANTIC CITY N J July M GTItJewish GTIt OTheJewish The TheJewish
Jewish Chautauqua Assembly yesterday yesterdaywas ye yesterdaywas tenlay tenlayWas
was devoted to a discussion of Jewish Jewishstudents Jewtehstudonts Jewishstudents
students and their relation to Jewish Jewishproblems Jwi8kproblems Jewishproblems
problems The Attitude of the Uni University UIvorsity lJalvorsity ¬
vorsity Man to Religion was the sub subject StlltJeet subSect ¬
Sect of the address delivered by Ralph RalphJ
J Schwarz of Tulane University New XewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans Horace Stern of the Uni University University University ¬
versity of Pennsylvania read r d a paver paveron peron paperon
on the status of the Jewish Je 1sh student at atthat atthat t tthat
that institution He said he found that thatso thatso thatso
so far as the university was as concerned concernedin concerlte concerlteIn
in an official capacity there was no noreason norenson noreason
reason for supposing that there was any anyprejudice 4n 4nprojudlce anyprojudice
prejudice against Jews as such He Hepointed Hilipointed H Hpointed
pointed out the fact that there were weremen Wet8 Wet8men weremen
men of Jewish faith in the faculty facultythat facullythat facultythat
that students took a prominent part end endreceived endrecaled andreceived
received high honors honorsHER honorsHER honorsHER
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HER BURIAL ALIVE ALIVENEARLY ALIVENEARLY ALIVENEARLYPROVED
NEARLY NEARLYPROVED PROVED TRUE TRUEPHILADELPHIA TRUEPHILADELPHIA TRUEPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Pa July 2 21Lying 21Lyingburied Lying Lyingburied Lylntburied
buried in a grave gra e six feet under ground grounda gr uoo uooa
a woman almost lost her life Saturday Snturdayby Saturdayby
by drowning She Is known as Mine MineLavelle llmeLavelle MaeLavelle
Lavelle and was burled in Woodlynne WoodlynnePark VoodlynnQPark
Park Camdon Friday a crowd being beingpresent belagpresent beingpresent
present Mme 1m Lavclles intention was wasto waeto wasto
to remain under ground until u tll S41nil S41nilShe Sunday SundayShe
She is i the subject of a man named namedHolt nnme nnmeHolt namedHalt
Holt who has been giving exhibitions exhibitionsof
of burial alive The woman spent spentFriday spentFriday spentFriday
Friday night In hor grave and prepara preparations prepnrnlions preparations ¬
tions had been made for a gala day deywhan de dewhon daywhen
when suddenly the big storm came HI HIThe IIIThe siThe
The gale was so violent that nobody nobodyventured nobodyvontured nebodyVventured
ventured to the place except Mr Bolt BoltMme BoltIme ZioLtMme
Mme Ime Lavelle was brought to the Mr Mrface at atrace ourface
face after half an hours hour labor laborMANY laoorMANY laborMANY
MANY SNAKES ESCAPE ESCAPEAND ESCAPEAND ESCAPEVAND
AND OVERRUN A TOWN TOWNALTOONA TONiALTOONA J JALTOONA
ALTOONA Pa July Ju1 20 GThe The little littletown littletown littletown
town of Highland Flln six miles north northof northof northof
of this city is in consternation over the theaccidental theaccidental theaccidental
accidental escape of eightyeight big Mgrattlesnakes bigrnttle bigrattlesnakes
rattlesnakes rnttle nnkes which J C Albright bad badcollected badcollected hadcollected
collected for an Eastern Fa tt > rn agency age cy None Noneof NOlieot Noseof
of the reptiles measured leas le s than four fourfeet rourreet fourfeet
feet They were lost accidentally Since Sincethen st Sincethen ee eethEln
then the little mountain town has ha haocrrun been beenoverrun beenoverrun
overrun with rattlers rattlersMAFIA rattlersMAFIA rattlersMAFIA
MAFIA SUSPECT IN JAIL JAILNEWARK JAILNEWARK JAILNEWARK
NEWARK N J July St IAloD8o 55AlfoasoMarceiio IAloD8oolarcelIo Alfonso AlfonsoMarcello
Marcello who ho recently arrived in ths thscountry thl thlcountry thscountry
country and who is 1 said to be a abor mess member messbor ¬
bor of the Mafia who came here 11 to toseek toseek toseek
seek revenge is a prisoner here He Hewas Hewas H Hwas
was arrested late Saturday night by byPoliceman byPoliceman byPoliceman
Policeman Dauber while attempting te teshoot t tshoot inshoot
shoot another Italian on River Street
of 128 members mom belS and it will require r tlUlre the thevotes tlt tltoles thevotes
votes oles of 66 to nominate The new com combine cteJ1blne oembine ¬
bine has got to produce the following followingresults rollwln rollwlnresults followingresults
results as allotted to each of the elder efclefconspirators elderconspirators chiefconspirators
conspirators as the organization orgrnlzaU calls callsthem tan tanthem callsthem
them themMr themltr themMr
Mr Wachter Baltimore city 2S 8 dele delegates tleJegates ddegates ¬
gates Mr Ir Lowndes Garrett and Ana Allegany Anagany ABegany
gany 9 delegates Mr Ir Mudd Charles CharlesHoward Chari Chariliowardr Charleshoward
Howard liowardr Prince Prince George Anne Aruadel Aruadeland ArnBdeland Aruadeland
and SL St Mary Inn 18 delegates dele atos Mr Ir Jack Jackeon Jaekson Jackson
son WIcomico Worcester and Somerset SomersetI
12 I delegates Total 68 delegates delegatesJackson dolegatesJackson delegatesJackson
Jackson insists in lsta that he will nl carry carryevery carryeery carryevery
every county on the Eastern Shore Shorecopt ex except e ecopt ¬
copt Dorchester and Talbot and lId that thatthe thatlhe thatthe
the above estimate of the combines combinesstrength eomWaesstrengtb combinesstrength
strength is a moat mo t conservative one oneIt oneIt oneIt
It is generally conceded that Mudd will willcarry wilJcarry willcarry
carry out his part of the contract and andmay aDdmay andmay
may add the scalp of Calvert county COURt to tohis tobls tohIs
his belt beltSo beltSo V VSo
So this brings it up to the city clt again againand agaluand againan
and an what Wachter can do is the all im important important Iaportant ¬
portant thing There te no doubt of th thCongressmans the thtCongrossman theCongressmans
Congressmans plurality and he has h the theprestige theprstlge theprestige
prestige of having defeated the machine machinelast mwb1aelast machinelast
last spring But Wachter may and it itonp Iton Itone
one on thing to carry the city for himself himselfand hlseUand himselfand
and the carrying of it for some one else elseHis elHHis elseHis
His friends claim that the same me support supportthat supportthat supportthat
that was given him In the mayoralty mayoraltyprimary mayoraltprimary mayoraltyprimary
primary fight will be accorded him hi this thistime thistIme thistime
time
BAR OUT CHINESE SCHOLAR SCHOLARSAN SCHOLARSAN SCHOLARSAN
SAN FRANCISCO July JUI S HHerded HHerdedwith 25Herdedwith Herded Herdedwith
with dirty coolies on a Pacific Mall Mailsteamship Mallsteamship Mallsteamship
steamship here awaiting deportation deportationto
to China is a bright young oung Mongolian MongolianTeng MODgoUanTeng MongolianTeng
Teng Hwee Lee a graduate of Yale Yaleclass Yaleclass Yaleclass
class of 99 Lee has not his entrance entrancecertificate eDtrancecertificate entrancecertificate
certificate and officers here refuse to torecognize torecognize torecognize
recognize his Yale degree or any of the theletters theletters theletters
letters that he shows
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circulation Unless the body is nourished with rich pure blood there is islack islack islack
lack of nervous force For Porovorfouryoara over f four our y years oars I suffered with general debility debilitythe debilitythe dobilityth
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tern Debility insomnia nervousness indigestion dyspepsia loss of ofappetite ofappetite ofappetite
appetite strength and energy and the hundreds hundredsof
of little ailments we often have are due directly to toa toa toa
a bad condition of the blood and circulation and andthe andthe andthe
the quickest way to get rid of them is by purify purifying purifyI purifying
I ing and building up the blood and for this pur purpose purpose ¬
pose no remedy rexnedyequals equals S S S which contains the best ingredients for forcleansing forcleansing
cleansing the blood and toning up the system It is strictly a vegetable vegetableblood vegetablehlood vegetable1lOod
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it the entire system is nourished and refreshing sleep comes to the tired tiredneverrested tircdneverrested tiredneverrested
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Tex July 28 ORecent Recent mail advices ad IQes have havefee bavebeen havebeen
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lag the canal treaty troat situation in con congrew COQgr congross
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quieter but t only slow progress is made madeIt mad madeIt
It is generally admitted that the strong strongest strongest strongant ¬
est opposition to rati raUfkIc1t1on Boat ion Is In the thesenate theftna thesenate
senate ftna on account of Senator Caro In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the house hoo the opposition Is much less lessPreatdent lessPre lossPresident
President Pre tdont Marroqula is reported as ashaving aaha ashaviaj
having ha admitted that tJta there is strong stronghostility stropgbosl1l1ty ntronghostility
hostility to the treaty In congress oongress but butas butas butan
as adding that more difficult dl leult affairs have havebeen haVfbeen havebeen
been carried through congress before beforeIt beroroIt beforeIt
It Is declared that Senator Caros Carosoriginal Caro Carooriginal Carosoriginal
original filibustering tactics against the thetreaty thfttreat thetsaty
treaty treat and his efforts to make it a po political potltleal palltieal ¬
litical issue appear to be complete fall falloree taHare failores
ores are indicating that he is politically politicallyweak poUtlcallyweak politicallyweak
weak notwithstanding his control of ofonethird otoBetbkd ofonethird
onethird of the nationalist senators cSenatorawho senatorswho senatorswho
who were w elected in his term as presi president president prestdent ¬
dent of the ropublle Their support lSupportor is isof isof
of no aractleal value to Sonator Caro it itis itIs itis
is asserted because the present session sessionof sessionor sessionof
of congress is extraordinary and din discusses dlsCUSH5 dincusses ¬
cusses only the subjects submitted by bythe b7the bythe
the Marroquln administration administrationLEANED admlnls adminisrationLEANED 1aUoD 1aUoDLEANED
LEANED FROM HIS WINDOW WINDOWAND VJINDOWAND V VAND
AND FELL TO THE GROUND GROUNDHarry GROUNDHarry GROUNDHarry
Harry Spofford sixtyfive years old oldwas oldwas oldwag
was found yesterday morning lying in an anunconscious anUllCoueeioa anweconselous
unconscious condition e ltloB beneath hene th the win window window ¬
dow 110 of his hi bedroom at 16J7 10 Marlen MarlenStreet MarleQStreet MarieaStreet
Street northwest It is not known how howhe ho hohe howhe
he got there as he is as yet jPartlalIycOOHloue partlallv partlallvconscious partIaliyconscious
conscious but it itV itIs V is supposed that ha haleaned baleaned heleaned
leaned out of the window 11M1ow in an effort to tofind toAnd tofind
find cool coo air lost lo t his balance and fell fellHe rollH V VHe
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been be able to completely diagnose the thecase thoca thecaee
case ca but fearhe fear he may have Vsflsthln Vsflsthlninternal sustained sustainedinternal < l llaterDalinJurleL
internal laterDalinJurleL injuries His condition Is criti critical critical critical ¬
cal especially o poelally in view of his hi advanced advancedage advancedage advancedage
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