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+ vVorkers Y orkeJs to Assemble in inPortland inPortland inPortland
Jane Addams of Hull House in Charge Chargeof Chargeof Chargeof
of Discussion of Neighbor Neighborhood Neighborhood Neighborhood ¬
hood Improvements ImprovementsThe Ir1provementThe
The great roundup of the year ear in inpliilanthrophy inIhl1anthrophy Inphaanthrophy
pliilanthrophy begins this week In Port Portland Portlanl Portland ¬
land lanl Me le Prom From June 15 to 22 the na national national naUunai ¬
tional conference of Charities and andCorrections andorrctlon andcorrecUons
Corrections orrctlon will be in session there therearJ therearJ thereard
arJ social workers from all parts of o the theiuntry theunlry they
iuntry y will bo in attendance attendanceA
A year Enr ago tho aatlonal conference was washild washId washeld
hId in Atlanta Ga As a result the city citystockade clt cltstoeku citystockade
stoeku stockade leo at Atlanta has gone the way of ofall otall ofaU
all such relics of the past A juvenile juvenilei juvenilecvurt juvenilecourt
i court has ha been instituted there new newvim newvim newvim
vim has been infused Intu ed into the Institutions institu institutions In1oltftutions ¬
tions and organized charities of the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South and a national child labor com committee commltttt committee ¬
mittee has come into existence existenceGreat existenceGreat exietenceGreat
Great Results Anticipated AnticipatedThat AnticipatedThat AnticipatedThat
That the Portland program ought to tomean toman tomean
mean as much for New England is the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion expressed etpr by charity charlt workers workerssettlement workersS workerssettlement
settlement S > ttlemnt residents prison reformers reformersinstitutional reCornlrInstitutional reformerslnsUtuUonal
institutional men and women alienists alienistsand alienistsan alienistsand
and an public ofllchUs o lcltJ Those who are aref nregrappl1ro aref
f grappling with the tasks of caring for forthe forth forthe
the th > delinquent and the dependent and andtlu nndtJse andthese
tlu these < se who are pushing some of the most mostnotable mostnntable mostnotable
notable social movements of the any anywill oa oawHl day daywill
will carry arr down East with thorn the themeesage themtsugC themeusage
meesage of a a years work In a hundred hundreddiffitnt hundroddi1T1nt hundreddifferent
different sections of the country countryThe countolh countryThe
The lh Hon Joshua L 1 Chamberlain forin for forir Cortr
ir r governor of Maine Jalne will give the ad adrtrss addr adof
rtrss dr of welcome at the opening meet meetInK meeting
InK 111 He will bo followed by the presi president president resl reslItI1t ¬
dent of the conference con terence Dr Jeffrey Jertre R RBrackett RBrackett ItBrackett
Brackett who 110 was head of the t mayors mayorscommittee mayorsummltteo mayorscmmlttee
committee which carried on the remark remarkable remarkabl remarkable ¬
able abl relief work following the Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more lire lireneighborhood fire1icizhborho lirelfcighborhobd
neighborhood d Improvements ImprovementsThe Improv ments mentsre
The re conference is l divided dlI ed Into seven sevenRations seen511on8 sevenfi
Rations fi bona The newest of those Is i under undert undertb underttr
t tb chairmanship of Jane Addams of
II lL11 ill House Chicago Cb lca SO wl who o has in the ther theI I Iwck
r < l week been made a doctor of laws
b the University CnhIl of Wisconsin Wl n ln Her Hernt Herf Herrctcon
f rctcon ton Is e that t Neighborhood 1m 1mJyyement Imprmement
Jyyement nt Under it there will be nd ndclrt ndGr adrlrcyse
clrt Gr rlrcyse aecs Es b bo such social workers as Prof Profrltam
Gruluim rltam Taylor of Chicago Commons Commonsv
v u 1 will speak on recent developments developmentsin
in 1 municipal activities in this fleW by b
ATr Mary Khigsbury Ktftg bury Simkhovltch of of4e orti1wlch ofa
4e a ti1wlch nwich New York who will urge urgein ur urenla urgeaee
in enlarged enla use of the public school schoolg schoolThis schoolIjt
Ijt l i 11 t tPj1s
g This hIs idea will be carried further by bysiph b byph
J siph ph Lw uf Boston millionaire and andithropl8t andi1mthroplst andi
i i1mthroplst ithropl8t who h ha bee 8 made thq the th de deopment doopment
opment of playgrounds and of boys boyspiayyrounds boysJ
J n piayyrounds pi + ygrounds a life work Another Anotheri Alotherpair Motherin
i pair uier in this section Is l Robert Hun Hunt
t j whose hose marriage to the dangittor d > > t1 1at r of ofi ofm
m TI uC New Yok Yo ks olde oldest t and Ad wealth 1111 1111I
i i f families mikes
at the time that he was wasi W waszst
1 i Kast E zst t Side Sk1 Settlement Settl ment worker created createdriirh enatclcommnt createdCl
riirh Cl rh comment comnuntTV commntT
TV T 11 section tion on the Treatment of off otrninulJ oft
f riiinuV krundcr is under the chairmanship e1aalrmansWpn
t n Fredrick W Wines of New Jcrt JLr JLrMr
t > t Mr Wines Ine was a ia assistant lstutt Director Directori
e i th the Census Cen ua5 of IMG and to one of the thei theLran
> i Lran a runs in correctional reform A Ailer Aj Atk
> iler tk j r of ot 0 the same generation who whovill whotiil M
vill 111 take part art is l Z R Brock Brockway way whose whoseiime whoseirne hose hoseme
iime me was wa in every newspaper n newspaper p per in the thecountry theCnuntr
1 country Cnuntr y in the years rs when as super superintendent superrtendent uper uperHtendent ¬
intendent of Elmira reformatory reormatqr h hv 1af he hesubjected
f v subjected to fierce elCe and unfounded unfoundedlacks unfoundedtacke
lacks 1 a cks for his methodsof methods of administra admlnt tnl ¬
Death of Dr Lewis LewisSince LewisSince LewisSince
Since the program was IUJ made up death deathiii deathil
iii il i called one e of this group of remark
able n IOK l men with the advanc advanct advances advanceset
t et d the east twcnqrftve years er1I in the thetreatment thetrtalment thetreatment
treatment of the criminal Dr Charl Charltfu Charlt1I1 Charite1
tfu T I Lewis of Morristown N Jyi J Jpisldent Jl
pisldent yi > l Jdent of the National Prison Prl on Asso Association AMOatlon AssoCrttlun ¬
ciation atlon and the former exponent in thin thinfuntry 1bllluntry thiscuntry
funtry untry of of the principles of 0 probation probationCIM t1Obatlonn
n CIM the indeterminate sentence sentenceThe sentenceThe enhmceih
The ih section aIe tI n on Children under the therhairmanebtp thee thechairrnartship
rhairmanebtp e ha irrnan lalp of Amos W V Butler who whohas whol whoI1robAbl
has l s probably done more mor for the snsall snsallfry a small smallire aJl aJltry
fry of the tb Hoosier State than any an other othernvn otMrn
n nvn ui In Indiana lJwlIa will be of interest for fortt tortt forct
tt itast two reasons Manual nual training trainings
< 13 s an educational lever hi dealing lln with withall withall withail
all crts and conditions of children will willt
I t taken up upTn upTn upTh
Tn head head of a Massachusetts aseachu etts school schoolf schoolfur
f fur or bal 11 < 41 boys and girls will n tell what whatit whatit
it means in work with white children childrenI
I superintendent of Kowaliga Insti Institute In Instittc ti tittc ¬
ttc will 111 tell what bat it means to Ut the negro negrofcos tlegroIN negrobFs
fcos IN and girls of Alabama The United UnitedSUitis UnltedSl UnitedMutes
Mutes Sl < 4hs Commissioner of Indian Affairs Affairsttji Affairsil Affairsusl
ttji il Know > > now how the present day papoose papoosegi
g gi 1 jvs v s up to the full stature of an annarican annHricanthroup
4 narican nHricanthroup through this addition to the theThr tbenle
Thr 1 nle ure e Rurriculum of the reservation reservations
1 h hu1 > > l house houseMrs houeFlorence houseMrs
Mrs Florence KeM Kelley y secretary of th thof the thoallonal theI
I aI allonal onal ConMImenr a League will ill ten tenof tellof
of progress regreM in the child labor oampai oampaiJiitnile ownJN ownJNJu in inJut
Jut Jiitnile Ju nlle Jlll court judges and probation probationufllc pro bat batotliors aUon aUonfbrx
ufllc otliors rs from half a dozen different differentBtatrs dUrerentstltS differentstates
states will describe the work of the thechildrens theCtlildlf thechildrens
Ctlildlf childrens court courtNeedy courtNeedy courtNeedy
Needy Families in Their Homes HomesThe Homerht HomesThe
The rht > section > > of Needy NeecI Families in in1ir In11r inlt
1ir 11r lt r Homes despite its rather tech technl technI technb
nb nl < a at title calls ot some of tho most mostlr mCNJtIrl mostJ
J lr Irl i testing rc sting contributions co trtbutlolw to the confer conferji confereta
eLl ji from from the experiences of charity charityworkers chantyworbra charitywort
wort workers e rs in such varied nd environments as asm asm asin
m 1 > 0 tp city life and neighborhoods in inU Inn Int
t U United States Ernest P Bieknell Bieknellfl
c fl f tc < > K Chicago Bvroau of Charities is isc isornan isc
c ihman ihmanhere ornan rrnaniere t titre
here is an Immense amount of work workaLcid workat workahd
aLcid at d in the education of the public as astu asto s stv
tu the t he defective and the t insane ln ane the thethe theiu
iu 1 < the feebNminded feeble minded and the epl epliitij epfj < > pl plhHr
iitij j kwhat what tbew really are who Ito they theyn the theTod
n ard Tod what can be done with them themDi themDI themDi
Di Walter B FernaW superintendent superintendentof
of t tn h 1 Massachusetts M chLNlCtt School for the theFc theltMhkCIed theFe
Fc ltMhkCIed I I Minded MIi ded to head of o this section sectionon sectionon eatlonon
on difectvea difectvead < i factivcs Jotectlveahael factivcshaei
d haei J Scanlon of New York cityIs city cityis
is liairmnn of the committee eOllunltt on State Statesuj 8tat6anti i3tatos
s suj 1t rvlBors and anti administration of char charItU char1tL charite
ItU ite sinstitetlowt Institution and Frederic Almyof Almy Almycf Al my mycf
cf Buffalo of the committee on public publicrl
rl < r pndn nd > ntK Men and women prominenttitN prominent prominentthis prominentnlH
this Held of administration In Omaha OraahaV OmahaIngton
V hlnifn Philadelphia Philadelphia New York
L a al1 ai < t uhiea Chicago o m in Richmond ana
In 11 n my ny Hlyr 11 rrure of the similar cities will willii 111
t th i part art artt
1 t methlmg m tblrK Ul uni1J Clue ue S is expected In the theot thea
ii > > or ot t Uu enrer onter nivrenee cone < < sermon by the U
Iir R 15amu aam amu M r Crothers of Cambridge Camb i4tc4t
1 M s pe uep > the th wittest wltt8 t and met
fx il 1 i h rest < IUNIllllt M > ist in New England today
lh author who last I > > t month set all Ro Fioe os
t t Tt r ncoK agog with his h irhimsieal portrayal of
A Half Hour With Our > Prejudices Prejudiceswcontribute PreJudl rejudlei rejudleiWT s sV
wcontribute WT V contribute something 8OrrIethI equally spark sparlcrg sparkr parltand
rg r and incisive in his hi discussion lscu slon of
th 1 jirtctlral prtc tiai propaguuda of modern modernof
I litantlrupy arUrlJpy
Barney Mullen s War WarOn WarOn Waron
On English Sparrows SparrowsNavy Sparro vs vsNavy
Navy Department Watchman Has Commis Commission Commission Commission ¬
sion From Government to Exterminate ExterminateThose ExterminateThose ExterminateThose
Those About the White House
He Has a Commission to Free the State War and Navy Building and the V White WhiteHouse Whit WhitHouse hite hiteHouse
House From English Sparrows SparrowsBarney Barney Is Constantly on the Watch With WithHis WithHis WithHis
His Trusty Rifle From Early ar1y MoinTill Morn Morn Till Dewy Eve
Burner Mullen hAs a commissionwhich commission commissionwhich eomml8 lon lonwhlcb
which would be regarded a as nothing nothingrhort nothlrizhort nothtl nothtlshort
short of second hoavonby heaven iy any ny real live liveboy Uvebo liveboy
boy bo It is his duty dut to free the War WarHt Warfitat Warstate
state Ht fitat t and d Navy 1oa BtdJdIn BtrikHnp and the theYTWto tbe11lto theWhite
White 11lto Houe of English sparrows and andthv andu andtin
tin u Government pays him a salary Jar tor forthis torth torthis
this th and arid furnishes f rnlahes him with alt tbe the am ammunition ammunition ammunition ¬
munition he desires desiresGun desiresGUll desiresGun
Gun report and falling CaUlD sparrows sparrowsfrighten sparrowsrrghten lXrrowarlehtcn
frighten visitors to the White hlte Lot and andthe Anelthe andthe
the threedepartmeuta lhreedepartment8located located Just across acrossI ACro ACrothe acrossthe
I the street from the Presidents office ofllceThe oRlceThe officeThe
The marksman Is always al ays hidden be behind behm behind ¬
hind hm a tree er 81 shrub and many man new newofficers newofficerK newofficers
officers stationed about the Government Governmentreservations Governmentreservations
reservations have searched In vain for forthe forthe forthe
the man who did the shooting In the thohope tbohope thehope
hope of distinguishing < < themselves by bymaking byullikin bymaking
making ullikin an arrest arrestBut KrrntBut arrestBut
But pedestrians need not fear the theshotr thebet theshots
shots bet of the skillful hunter and police policemen policenen policemen ¬
men need not try to arrest him He is isnot Isnot Isnot
not dangerous to anything but spar sparrows sparr ¬
rows 1 wa and he has 1 Uncle Sams permis permission perm permloJn permislan ¬
sion lan to shoot on Government reserva reservations nweMRdons reservations ¬
tions to his h hearts content contentWatchman contentWatchman contentWatchman
Watchman in Navy Na
Mullen rull is a wattehman wa hman in the Navy NavyDepartmentand NavyDepartmentand NavyDepartmentand
Departmentand was formerly Cormerl a master mawtersttHrms maHterIItarms masteratarms
sttHrms In inthe the navy He is a typical typicalships typicalshlps typicalslips
ships policeman and brings sparrows sparro to togrief tognet togrief
grief wltn the tb same me devotion to duty dutywinch dutywinch dutywbioh
winch made him the terror of trouble troublemakers troublemakert troublerankers ¬
makers on board ship shipThe shiprhe shipThe
The soarrow hunter learned the tricks tricksof trleaor tricksof
of Annie Oakley O kle and other fancy shoot shooters IIhootcrB shootera ¬
ers of the Buffalo Bill Ilk who haveshena have haveshells ba ve veIel
shells Iel loaded with shot hoL He uses a 22 22callber 2 2caliber 2tcaliber
caliber sun n and loads the shells with withmustard withrnustarc1 withmustard
mustard seed shot which Is so fine it itwould Itwould Itwould
would do nothing worse than sting a ainuii aJ amesa
mesa J dl if It struck him but is I fatal to tosparrows toapalTOWil tosparrows
sparrows when hen hit at close range rangeThe rangeThe rangeThe
The great court in the c center nter of the theWar theWar theWar
War State and Navy Nav Building Is IsBarneys IsDanls isBarneys
Barneys favorite hunting ground groundHundreds sroundlIundretl groundHundreds
Hundreds of the little birds bird gather eatherthere g1ltherthere gatherthere
there to visit 11I1t and the popping of Mul MulSUES 11ulSUES MulSUES
George A A Smith has filed led in the Su SuI Supreme Supreme
I preme Court of the District D ttrlct of Columbia Columbiaa
a suit for JWOOO IOOO damages damag against apln t the thePhiladelphia thePhlladelpbla thePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Baltimore and 1VashingtonRailroad Washington WashingtonRailroad VuhlngtonnallrOttd
Railroad Company the Chesapeake Che apeakts and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio Railroad Rallro d Company and the South Southern Southern Southern ¬
ern Railroad Company In n behalf of the theestate theestate theestate
estate of Robert Leon Smith for which whichho whichho whichhe
ho is administrator administratorThe admlnlstnltorThe administratorThe
The plaintiff lalnUrc alleges that while Robert RobertLeon RobertLeon RobertLeon
Leon Smith was w on June 17 1 IMC 1 being beingcarried beingcarried beingcarried
carried to Providence Hospital in an am ambulance ambulance anybulartce ¬
bulance the ambulance was struck by bya bya bya
a locomotive at the crossing at Fourth Fourthand Fourthand Fourthand
and K Streets Stree J southeast southll aL As a r rjNJult rjNJultor r9suitof ault aultof
of the delay caused cau ed by the accldont it itIs ItI itis
Is I charged that Robert Leon Smith died diedSmith diedS diedSmith
Smith S nith is represented r re Rted In the case by byAttorney b bAttorne byAttorney
Attorney Attorne John C Gettlngs Gettln and John R RShields RSJdeJd RShlehhl
tens len shotgun within the court is such sucha
a frequent sound that tho women clerks dorksin clerksIn clerksin
in the offices about the t e court never neverscream newcream neverscream
scream any more when wb n they the hear a asparrow arrow asparrow
sparrow rrow bite the dust dustBird dustBIrd dustBird
Bird lovers have ta VI objected to the Got Governments GO GOernment8 Goternments ¬
ernments slaughter lAuhter of innocents but butIt butIt butit
It hAil been seen demonstrated to their satisfitetot satis satisfaction saUsfJutlon ¬
faction that either the the1 thes sparrows crows or orifte oriftei the theWar theWar
i War Slut State and Navy ay departments must mustgo mustgo mustgo
go out of business and it is now granted grantedthat grantedthat grantedthat
that the foreign oref service and the army armyand nrm nrmAnd armyand
and navy nav are of slightly more morelmpor morelmportance impor importance importance ¬
tance to the nation than the chattering chatteringbirds chatteringW chatteringbirds
birds birdsIf W birdsIf L LIt
If Barney Mullen did not keep busy busywith busy1th busywith
with 1th his gun the great building In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the Ut departments are located locatedwould 10catedwouk locatedwould
would be flooded every time there is IsraIn a arain arain
rain Hundreds of the little pests build buildtheir buildtb buildtheir
their tb ir nests in the water troughs and andthe andthe andthe
the pipes leading leadln < < from the roof of the thegreat thoureat thegreat
great building The busy bus little llttl spar sparrows 1IparW1I sparrows ¬
rows W1I work faster than their nests can canbe canbe canbe
be removed r mOcd and ant conceal them In such sucha
a manner that workmen cannot findthem find flndthem findthem
them themIn themIn themIn
In spite plle of the war which Mullen 1ullenwages Mullenwages Mullenwages
wages oh on the birds they the succeed In Inplacing Inplacing inplacing
placing many man nests ne b where they the prevent preventthe preentthe preventthe
the water wa tel from passing oft tho roof in inthe Inthe inthe
the channel provided and send it cours coursing counIng courslag ¬
ing over the side of the building buildingGreeted bulhUngGroeted buildingGreeted
Greeted by President PresidentA PresidentArow PresidentAfew
A Arow few days ago Barney armed with withhis withhis WIUrhllJ
his small shot hot gun was watching a achattering aehatterlng achattering
chattering flock of sparrows near the theWhite thehlte theWhite
White hlte House office The President and andMrs AudMrs andMrs
Mrs Roosevelt while walking In tho thoWhite thoWhite theWhite
White Lot noticed the bird hunter Th ThPresident ThPrallident TbPresident
President called to Barney and the for former former or ormer ¬
mer masteratarms Immediately Immediate came cameto cameto cameto
to attention and saluted his superior superiorI
I am killing the sparrows MIrto by order orderof ordolor orderof
of the superintendent of o the building bufld ng he heexplained heexplained heexplained
explained with all thd th soldierliness of a aman atman aman
man trained to say My Iy I general orders ordersare ordersore ordersare
are to walk my post in a military mll1tar man manner mann mannor ¬
nor n r keeping constantly constantJ on the alert alertetc alertftc alertetc
etc etcThe
The President extended his hand handthrough haft1through handthrough
through the fence to Barney Banle and greeted greoteOhim aroute aroutehim greetedhim
him heartily saying sayingWell sayingYell sayingyell
Yell I hope you kill every ever one of ofthem otthem ofthem
them They The arc a bad regiment
NEW YORK June 11 llFlrt Fire which whichstarted whichstarted whichstarted
started In a a fivestory building on onBroome onDrfJOlne onBroome
Broome Street in the wholesale district districttoday dltrlcttoday districttoday
today soon became so threatening that thatit thlltIt thatit
it was found necessary nec ry to send In three threealarms threeAlarm threealarms
alarms for additional apparatus apparatusWhen apPftratuWhen apparatusWhen
When first discovered the he fire was wasconfined wa waconfined wasoonfinel
confined to the upper floor of the build building bundIng building ¬
ing but in a aCe few minutes the flames flamesbroke fiHm fiHmbroke flamesbroke
broke through the roof roo and burning burningbrands burningbrands burningbrands
brands falling down the elevator well wellstarted wellatarted wellstarted
started a fierce blaze in the basement basementMany basementMany ement ementMany
Many of the sixty employes om11oy < s werestill were werestill w < re resun
still In the building when the elevator elevatorwas eJ elevatorwas > vntor vntorWIUJ
was rendered reond = red useless by the spreading > >
flames but they got out in safety by bymeans b bmean bymeans
means of the fire escu C esc C1I4IS C1I4ISThe rres rresThe ss ssThe
The fire finally war subdued 8ubdu > d before
It had spread from from the building In which
it started The loss 10 is estimated e Umf1ted at atuooo
uooo 100000 i
i t Commenslng Tomcrrow We Close Clo o at 5 p m mSaturdays Saturdays at 1 p m mv I i iew
I New ew 2500 2500Zonophone 25OOa v I t e
I Zonophone Zonhrn > iv Talking Tll a g iaeiiigsa iaeiiigsaEquipped s fa faEquipped I II
Equipped with large turntable full brass horn concert sound soundbox I Ibox
box We Ve couldnt exaggerate its merits I ICash ICash 1 s sCash
Cash or Easy Weekly Payments PaymentsE PaymentsDroop t
t E F Droop t < Sons ens Co o5 o5Sole a 9 9Sole t
I Sole Distributers DistributersI DistributersPen
I 925 Pennsylvania Pen n5yvaaila Avenue AvenueHeadquarters AV enuea enueaHeadquarters t
Headquarters for Zonoppne Victor ViC to toTalking r and a nd Columbia ColumbiaTalking J
Talking Machine MachinesJ Records and Supplies SuppliesRECOB3S SuppliesRECORi3 I IR
RECOB3S R CORiJS 25o and up up1111INNIW11 T t tT to
1111INNIW11 e111 hWMw1cia o I wII4 OIMMMWW MM y MMM HM +
The Island Which the Government Will Develop Deyelop for aj ajCoaling a aCoaling I
Coaling Station in Aleutian Group
Kyska the Island toward which Ad Admiral Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Glnss and his squadron are now nowsteaming no nostenmlng nowsteaming
steaming will soon be the most promi prominent promlnnt pruinincnt ¬
nent of the Aleutian group because of ofthe t tthe ofthe
the coaling station which the th Govern Government GovernmCnt Government ¬
ment will locate there thereIr thereIn thereIn
Ir In 1900 the navy na began to to investigate investigatethe
the various nrlou harbors in the Aleutian AleutianKroup AleutianJITOUP Aleutiangroup
group for the purpose of determining determiningwhich determiningwhich determiningwhich
which was most desirable for coaling coalingpurposes COI coalligpurposes llg llgpurposes
purposes Dutch Harbor and Kyskn Kysknwere Kyaknwcre Kysknwere
were selected sel ctcd as the most desirable loca locations 10101tlons lucatlons ¬
tlons and the department deparlm nt finally tinalJ chose choseKyska ch choseKyska > > e eKyslen
Kyska as s the site for the first station stationAnother xtattonAnother stationAnother
Another will probably be constructed ftt fttDutch atDutch t tDutch
Dutch Harbor In a short time timeIt timeIt timeIt
It Is the purpose of rtmiral Glass Glassto Glallftto Giasato
to survey surv the site for the new station stationand statlonnu stationand
and nu make preliminary arrangements for forIts torIt forits
Its It construction as soon as he reaches reachesthe reachesthe reachesthe
the little Island in the th < Bering Herlu sea e Kyskr Kys Kyska Ky Kykc ¬
ka Island like all the other Aleutians Aleutiansis
is cf t volcanic vf lcnnlc origin It Is circular and andopens andopens andopens
opens to tothe the eastward affording a large largeharbor IllISe11rbor largeharbor
harbor which is I landlocked capable of ofadmitting ofadmlttl ofadmitting
admitting admlttl l vessels of any size ize and withan with withan withan
an opening one mile wide aideThere wideThere wideThere
There are no inhabitants on the Island IslandExplorers lelandExvlorers islandExplorers
Explorers have never been able to find findany fllu1any findany
any trace of man there with The excep exception exceptlon exception ¬
tion of a single deserted hut One of ofthe orthe ofthe
the first duties of the Navy Nllv Department DepartmentFRIEND DepnrtmentfRIEND DepartmentFIILE
Baron von Morawitz Stricken From the theList theList theList
List of Imperial Officials Officialsin Officialsin
in Vienna ViennaVIENNA ViennaVIENNA ViennaVIENNA
VIENNA June 11 11Dnron Baron von on Morai Moraiwltz Moe Moewitz 10ra 10rawHz
wltz states attorney of Vienna was wasstricken wasi wasistricken WItAstricken
stricken from the list of Imperial otU otUa 1H 1Htas
tas e ass a s for f < r the reason that he exceeded his hisfurlough 111sfurlough hisfurlough
furlough In New York and Informed his hlachief hishleC itschief
chief hleC that he would try and begin a new newlife newl newIfe
life l te In the New WorldThe World WorldThe VorJdrhc
The baron was known everywhere as asthe asthe asthe
the friend of Saharet the American Americandancer Americandancer Americandancer
dancer and spont money lavishly since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the death of his father seven years ago agoiut ago1ut agoslut
slut him In possession of a a million of ofIkrlnR officrlnIC oftlcrins
IkrlnR He lived Joyously off the capital capitaltaking capital capitaltaking capitaJtaklng
tooWhen too tooWh t tVhfJn
taking the money and the credit
for him himhe himhe hirnhe
Wh When n Vienna bocomo too hot
he asked for a furlough in order to set settle settle settle ¬
tle his affairs Hut though all his hiscreditors hiscreditors nlacreditors
creditors were w ro locn 1ocnd d j h1 the Austrian Austriancapital Austriancapital 1 1ca
the baron went directly to th thUnited the theUnited
ca cacreoVtors capital
hIs hIseredttors hiscreditors
United States As far as reported
florins florinsJY fiorinsMARS florinsrs
creoVtors creditors ore out 00000
Russian Russ ln Physician Assaulted by Rival Rivala
a General Has No Recourse RecourseLaw RecourseLaw
Law Refuses to Act ActLONDON ActLONDON ActLONDON
LONDON Juno 1un 11 lLA A story which Il Illustrates 111ustrates illustrates ¬
lustrates tho samlbarbarlc s conditions conditionsprevailing conditionsprevailing conditionsprevailing
prevailing In Russia Is going tho rounds roundshere roundshere roundshere
here hereA hereA hereA
A physician practicing In the Russian Russiangarrison Ru Russiangarrison lan langarrison
garrison town of Tamboff had the thetemerity thetemerit thetemerity
temerity temerit to admire a a lady with whom whomthe whomthe whomthe
the commanding general was In love loveThe loveTbe loveThe
The lady showed preference for the thedoctor thedoctor thedoctor
doctor doctorOne doctorOne
One evening a few weeks ago he wascalled was wascalled wascalled
called to the door and violently assault assaultI assaulted assaulted
I ed by several Cossacks and thrown Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the street The doctor dragged drasgt > d himself himselfto
to the police station and certified to the thdhighest thOhighest thehighest
highest officer there his condition conditionHe conditionlIe conditionIle
He demanded that the persons who whoassaulted whobSllUlted whoassaulted
assaulted him be punished The prose prosecutor pro prosecutor e ecutor ¬
cutor declined to take action actionLIQUOR actionLIQUOR actionLIQUOR
NEW YORK June 11 llChlcago Chicago has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been chosen as the next years meeting meetingplace meetingTlIHC meetingplace
place TlIHC by the National Natlon l Wholesale Whole ale Liquor LiquorDealers LiquorD LiquorDealers
Dealers D alers Association here Following Followingarc
arc the o ulcers elected President A AJ AJ AJ
J Sunstlne of Pittsburg Pa tint flrstvice tintce firstvice
vice ce president Samuel Verthelmer of ofPiltabunr otPJttbur ofPittsburg
Piltabunr Pa second vlcp vlc president presidentMarion presidentMarlon presidentMarlon
Marlon Taylor of Louisville Ky l y treas treasurer treasurer treasurer ¬
urer Ephraim Brice of Philadelphia Philadelphiasecretary l Phlladelphiasecretary > llilttdelphlasecretary
secretary David Stanbcr
will be to people the island that labor laborers laborera ¬
ers may ma be had for the station work workIt workIt workIt
It Is I likely Aleuts will be carried there therefrom therefrom therefrom
from other islands and established ta blt bed In Inhouses InhOlUleti inhouses
houses erected by the Government In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the opinion of Admiral Glass GI it will be bepossible bepoulble bepossible
possible for the natives of the Aleutlana Aleu Aleutians ¬ i iUan
tians Uan to become almost selfsustaining selfsustainingon Hlf8uatalnlnon
on Kyska in spite of the fact that thatgrass thatgraa thatgrass
grass Is I practically the only thin thinwhich thing thingwhleh thingwhich
which now srow gro grow on the Island hiland Na Natives NatheaI Natives ¬
tives from Attu and Nazan Bay a will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably be moved to the little island islandKyska IslandKska islandKyska
Kyska has many man cliffs rising to n nheight ahoht nheight
height of 3E 3it 6e feet and overgrown with withmoss withmou withmoss
moss and grass and brightcolored ilow ilowors 1Iowers 110wera
ors Near the harbor which the Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment is about to develop are two twolakes tolake twolakes
lakes which have been formed by the theaction theaction theaction
action of the waves bearing sand sandagainst sandplnat sandagainst
against the Island These arc Ill full of offish offlah offish
fish and some fIlt gh can be had in the theliarbor theJaarbor theharbor
harbor There are also a1 > > o some seal eal and andotter andotter andotter
otter Ptarmigan sandpipers baldeagles bald baldeagle baldeAgl
eagle eAgl sparrows and ducks have also alsobeen alsohelMI alsobeen
been found on the island but in limited limitednumbers limitednumbere limitednumbers
numbers numbersThe numbereThe numbersThe
The little island to 000 miles west of ofDutch otDutch ofDutch
Dutch Harbor It Is nearly 2000 000 miles milesfrom mUefloom milesfrom
from Yokohama and about 1600 miles milesfrom milesfrom milesfrom
from Hakodate HakodateII HakodateTWO HakodateL1VU
Her Elopement Causes Miniature Tro Trojan Trojan Tmjan ¬
jan War in a Galician GalicianCommunity GalicianCommunity GalicianCommunity
Community CommunityVIBNNA CommunityVImNA CommunityVIENNA
VIENNA Juno 11 11A A homorlc battle battlewas bnttlewa battlewas
was wa fought for torthe the possession ps s lon of a beau beautiful beautlCul beautiful ¬
tiful young oung woman between inhabitants inhabitantsof
of two villlages near Bosaanoz Gallcla Gallclayesterday GaUcmeterda Galiciayesterday
yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe eterda eterdaThe
The son of the Syndic of Teschoutz Teschoutzhad Teschoutzhad Teschoutzhad
had persuaded the daughter of o a a neigh neighboring nelghborln neighboring ¬
boring borln landowner to elope with him On Onhearing Onhearing Onhearing
hearing of o this her father informed the thevillagers thellIagers thevillagers
villagers and 200 of them set out to tobring tobring tobring
bring her home homeHer homeHer homeHer
Her lover however refused to give giveher giveher giveher
her up and the people of his village villagesspctblzing villageg l1Jagei
sspctblzing i = thIzlng g with the pair Pf r set upon uponthe upontho uponthe
the Intruders to drive them out outA outpitched outA
A pitched battle with stones in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which hundreds took part followed and andcontinued andcontinued andcontinued
continued with great fury until the rev revenue r revenue V Venue ¬
enue guards were called out and fired flredupon firedupon firedupon
upon the rival parties Both sides dis dispersed dlsversed dispersed ¬
persed carrying away many wounded woundedPflQQCQQm woundedMYSTERIO woundedMYSTERIOUS
PflQQCQQm i POSSESSED UooLootii RV BY DI A A A PUlin CHilD CHilDInanimate unlLlJ unlLlJInanimate llft llftInanimate
Inanimate Objects Attracted Toward TowardI
r k Her Wherever She May Be BeOtherwise BeOtherwise BeOtherwise
Otherwise NormalST Normal NormalST NormaLST
ST PETERSBURG June ILRussian ILRussianscientists 11 11Rus Russian Russianscientists lan lansolenU
scientists solenU ts are puzzlod by the case of o a agirl 8girl agirl
girl from Vladikavkas nvho I ho seems to be becharged becharged becharged
charged with strange electric and mag magnetic magnotolc magnetic ¬
netic forces lorc Her name is Ljuba and andshe andshe andshe
she is twelve years of age ageInanimate ageInanimate ageInanimate
Inanimate objects In her vicinity begin beginto beginto beginto
to Jump about as though possessed of ofevil ofevil
evil spirits at her approach If she shewalks shewalks shewalks
walks in the garden stones lying on ontho ontho onthe
1 tho ground ound spring Into the air Linen Linenhanging LInenbanging Linenhanging
hanging up to dry dr falls off the lines linesApart linesApart linesApart
Apart from this mysterious quality the thegirl thegirl thegirl
girl Is perfectly normal She is well wellgrown wellgrown wellgrown
grown healthy and neither nervous nor norhysterical norhy norhysterical
hysterical hystericalShe hy hystericalShe terlcal terlcalShe
She was In danger of being put to todeath todeath todeath
death as a witch Scientists Sclentl U5 discovered discoveredher dlscoyeredher discoveredher
her and took charge of her herSo herSo herSo
So far no explanation of the phenome phenomenon phenomenon phenomenon ¬
non has been made by those tho e who have haveexamined haveoCamlned haveexamined
examined the girl girlRAILROAD girlRAILROAD girlRAILROAD
SANTIAGO DE CHILE June 11 llThc 11Thegovernment The Thegovernment
government decree accepting the bids bidsfor bidstor bidsfor I
for constructing the Transandine Rail Railway Rallwuy Railway ¬
way has been signed The contract isdivided is isdivided Isdivided
divided between William IllIam R Grace GraceCo Groceco GraceCo
Co of New York and Clark Co and andS andS
S Pearson Son of London The ag aggregate 8ggreate aggregate ¬ I
gregate of o the contract is 6750000
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Witch Hazel 15c a Bottle BottleMarshalls BQttleMarshalls BottleMarshalls
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book and mind Begin Be tomorrow tomorrowprofit tomorrowprofit tomorrowprofit
profit by b the annual Mill and Factory FactorySale FactorySale Factor FactorSale
Sale at the Palais Royal At this sea season season season ¬
son owners of mills and factories aren are arewilling arewilling
willing to dispose n of surplus SummerStocks Summer SummerStocks SummerStocks
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trimmed White Enameled EnameledBed EnameledB Y YBed
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springs mattress and feather featherpillow featherpillow featherpillow
pillow all for 698 A Agood Agood Agood
good ten dollars worth worthd2
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f v i Sold singly or in pairs 49c to toV to89c tot
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s ts F prettiest prettiestGoCarts prettiestToo prettiestGoCarts
GoCarts Cheap CheapToo
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marked m rked on the one you youfancy fancy Note that thatthe thatthe thatthe
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