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Historic Frigate Finds Last LastBerth LastBertI LastBerth
Berth at New York YorkWON YorkWON YorkWON
Known as a Water Witch WitchDistinguished WitchDistinguishedNaval Distinguished DistinguishedNaval
Naval Heroes Served Apprentice Apprenticeship Apprenticeship Apprenticeship ¬
ship on Her Decks DecksNEW DecksXEW
NEW YORK June 17 liFrom From Newport New Newport NowOrt
port Ort where hre for tho past ton yours OAlS she shehna shehas I Ihas
has been In service as a a receiving ship shipfor shipor shipfor
for or navy apprentices tho Constellation Constellationoldest Oonstollntlonold Constellationoldest
oldest old st ship of tHe U e navy has been beenbnught beenlJrtught beenbrought
brought to the Now York navy nav yard yardand ymdand ytu d dand
and made fast to the Cob dock whore here horeh heresh
sh h will await such fate as the Navy NavyDepartment Nm NavyItcpartmont
Department has In store for her Her Herplace Herlace Herplace r
place lace at Newport has mq boon taken by byone by1c
one 1c of the vessels of the new navy nM nMrnder
Under command of o Xiout A A Pratt Prattthe Prattthe
the Constellation wasH brought down d wn in intow Intow inton
tow of the navy DV tugs Pentucket and andlohatan
Iovhatan The crow of thirteen which whichshe which8h whichshe
she 8h had on board returned to Newport Newportby Newportby Newportby
by the tugs
Built in 1797Asldairom 1797 1797Asiuftfrom 17978I
Asiuftfrom 8I trom the Constitution tho Con Constellation ConlcllntJon ConateIIatlon ¬
stellation is tho most notable of the thefine thefine thefine
fine old oak ribbed ships which thisnation this thisnation thIsnJ
nJ nation Uo 1rset < set afloat in the early part of ofits otIts ofIts
its history I1lsto Built in Baltimore in 1717 1717alt 1Mall 17Uiall
all of ofthe the le art of the patient shipwrights shipwrightsof
of herjtlme hertIme her time seems to have lived in her herhull herhull herhull
hull as n Jess ess than a dozen dozeny yoars ytarsp rsft nirfl saw sawthe Jw Jwhr w wher
hr voflglng voyhging across the Atlanf1W1fth Atlanf1W1fththe At1an er t tthe
the French governments exhibit to the theCaicago thoCaicago theCaicsgo
Caicago Fair stowed In her herhQld hqldv und nndaooui undaoou andabout
about aoou her decks decksHer decksR decksHer
Her R r Baltimore architects also als put into intothp Incath mwthe
the th > craft some of those fine fin lines Htl S which whichsubsequently whichub8 whichubadgUOntly
subsequently ub8 < it nU made the clippers from fromthat tromthat fromthat
that port famous around tho world worldWater wurldVater worldWater
Water Vater Witch WitchAlways WitchAlwiQs WitchAlways
Always fast on every point of sailing sailingthe samn samnthe sailingthe
the Ccufttellatlon CO tlJation became known as the thewaterTVltch Utewater thewaterwltch
waterTVltch water waterwltch wltch and throughout the early earlypart earlypart earlypart
part of t the last century contur her fame as the tlwfastest tha1ast thefastest
fastest 1ast < 8t frigate afloat went ent far and wide wideIn wideIn wideIn
In Vii years ears a ship of war can crowd crowdin crowdIn crowdin
in many exciting experiences The first firstnotable firstnotable firstnotable
notable one came to the Constellation Constellationtwo
two years yoanafter after shewant afloati afioaUThe1 afioatiThem V VThere
There The1 are many hoping that some day days < < lll llls
s ems > m one will write tie story IItor of the en encounter encounter n ncounterwith ¬
counter counterwith with the French frigate Lln Llnsurgtmtfi LIusurbuttle LInsurguat
surgtmtfi which took place off Guada Guadaloupe GuadatUp4 Guadalov
loupe lov tUp4 The vessels engaged eng ged in the early earlyafternoon earlyafl earlyafteernoon
afternoon afl afteernoon > rtl90n and after a long conflict th thFrenchman thlr tha thaFrenchman
Frenchman lr nt rnan struck her colors colorsEleven COlorsleven colorsEleven
Eleven leven Men Against Three Hundred HundredLieut HundrcdLI HundredLieut
LI Lieut utJohn John Rodger with Midshipman MidshipmanDavid UdsblpmanDavid
David Porter and eleven men mop wore sent senton 5nlon senton
on board b < mli1 the prize rlze whose decks wrre wrrethere WfOrethen were werethen
there then < < 3Minbered tll pbered with seventy killed i e I Iwounded Iwounded Iwonndcd
wounded But there were still 850 wif wifhurt 1U 1Ul1urt un unhurt
hurt ou du board when a sudden sud on squall squallspan IIqu111sptutcd squalls
sptutcd s span par4ted ted the Constellation Const lInUon from her herprize herprize herprize
prize prizeHow prizeHoy prizeHoW
How HoW the Mercy le y prisoners were 4re kept keptsubdued keptf keptsubdOed
subdued f > ubd d of how the ship Ip crippled ass as she shevrn sheUi e ew3c
vrn w3c by br the fire of the Constellation waft wafthandled Wo Wohandled vathandled
handled and how the wounded were werecared wereared werecared
cared cared < ared for or in this crisis Is something somethingwhich somethlnaIch etng
w which > Ich historians hayo have never nevertold adequately adequatelytold adequRtelytold adequatelyetng
told toldBut But kdgod teomehow Rodgers Rod ers and this his jttlSii jttlSiimanaged tnDh tnDhrnan1sod milt miltmandgo
managed dRanut It and an three three days later late brdBgnt brdBgntthe brdllhtltc >
the tb prize to port portA portA portA
A short time later later the Constellation Constellation Constellationengaged n i iengaged
engaged the Vengeance Yengeunceanother another French Freochjfrigate FrencJ1frIgate
frigate but although the latter vev vevwas veAel veAelwas t 4i1 4i11t8
was 1t8 badly shattered she shec shemanaged managed to es 98ape escapC1nknt1IR esapedarknesx
c capC1nknt1IR ape darkness favoring her flight flightThe flightlbe flightThe
The Constellation Constt > JlaUon later took part in inthe Inth inthe
the th war with Tripoli and was again con conspicuousr eonSplcuOUr conspiCupllb
spicuousr in the war of 1S12 1S12Her 1212r 1812Her
Her r DistinguishedOfficers DistinguishedOfficersSheIsshlp Distinguished Of Officers OfficersShe icers icersShe
SheIsshlp She is Itshlp ship rigged rlJ ed and and was originally originallyclassed orlghmlll1asfled origlsaliyciassecl
classed as a fortyfour gun ship Later Laterthe lAtertht Laterthe
the > number mf nber of her guns gun was reduced and andheavier andbt andheavier
heavier bt > avlcr ones on ones s substituted and the ves vessel vesSt vessel ¬
sel St > t rated ratedM as a thirtysix The vessel ossel has hasbotn hasbf1n hasb
botn b cn in the tbetralnlnl training service almofet alm t since sincethe 8lncethe sincethe
the civil war warDuring warDuring war warDuring
During her long career the Constella Constellation CooetetJatlon Constellation ¬
tion has been be n commanded by many mAn ofll ofllcer offirlf ofllcern
cern cer > rlf j whose wh names are now inscribed I llerlbed In tothe Inthe Inthe
the navys nay hall of fame First of these thesewas tht thesewas > 8e 8ewas
was Commodore Truxtun who com commanded commal1dtd commanded ¬
manded the frigate when she foughtthe fought foughtthe foughtHe
the LIndurgentc I and tho Vengeance He Hewas HeWU H Hwas
was succeeded by Capt A Murray lurra who whohad whohad wh whhad o
had command during her Tripolitan TrlpoUtanperltnces ex experiences experfencee ¬
periences periencesLater perltncesLater perfenceeLater
Later camo Capt John Casein who whcdirected whodlNcltd wh whdirected o
directed her movements at the time when whenshe whe wheshe hen henshe n
she was In action with the barges of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the British Admiral Cockburn three tbr e ofwhich q qwhl of ofwhich
which whl < h she sunk killing and wounding woundingninety woundingninety undlng undlngolnet
ninety olnet men and taking fortythree pris prisoners pr1J pr1Joners prleoners ¬
oners onersJUDGE onersJUDGE onersJUDGE
By B direction of the President a thorough thor thorough thorouSh ¬
ough investigation of the Alaskan A laakan court courtscandals cuurtscandal courtscandals
scandals will be made The three Federal Fed Federal Federal ¬
eral judges of that Territory and nd thetwo the thetwo thtwo
two wo United States district d rlet attorneys attorneyshave attorneyshave attorneyshave
have been accused of discrimination In Infavor Infavor Infavor
favor of corporations s The President Presidentha Presidenthat Presidenthas
hat ha requested William A Day assistant assistantto
to the > Attorney General Gen I to go to Alaska Alaskato AlaekAto Alaskato
to conduct the inquiry which will be bemade bemade bemade
made on broad linen Mr Day will leav leavWashington Jea JeaVashlngton leaviVashington
Washington for Alaska within the nest nestten octten nextten
ten days daysNEWS daysI
4 i iI
3 +
ROCKVILLE ROCKVILLFLLF Md June 17 17The 17TheRoekv1t1e 17TheRoekvine The TheRockvltle
Rockvltle Academy commencement ex exerctees excrctfta exercises
erctees were wer held In the town hall here hereon hereon hereon
on Wednesday YednefMla evening The hall was waaprettily w wprettily wasprettily
prettily decorated for the occadon and anda
a large number of patrons ad frionOs lrlondawere frionOswere trlOJt trlOJtwre
were present preseriLThe pr presentThe l lThe
The medalists me all tlS were Hattie Hat tie B MacFarland Mac MacFarland MAcFarland
Farland scholarship F Bache Abort AberUlanguages AbertlanguagH Abortlanguages
languages Arthur M L Isherwood mathematics mathe matheThe mathematics
matics Margaret T Stoke Isherwoodr Jun junior juniorThe or orThe
The honor list comprised F Bache BacheAbert BAcheAbert BachoAbort
Abert Dau J T Carr Reginald T Frlebus FrlebusV
W V Guy Hicks U L Paret Hicks Hic Mary
L Hurley Arthur M Isherwood Hattie llattieB
B SlacFarlaad Kate L L > Packard Mar Margaret Margart Margaret ¬
garet gart > t T Stokes James 1C K Wilson The Thegraduates Thegraduat Thegraduatee
graduates graduat + were Hattie Hat tie MacFarland MacFarlandMary MliCFarlttrnd MliCFarlttrndIary ac arln4nd arln4ndMary
Mary Iary Hurley HurS and Bache Abert AbertThe AbertThe AbortThe
The next quarterly meeting of the theAntiSaloon theAnOSaloon theAntiSaloon
AntiSaloon League of Montgomery Montgomerycounty lIontgomelTcount Montgomerycounty
county count will be held at Damascus Dam Hus to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow In picnic style ty1e The executive executivecommittee oxocuUVtIommlttee oxoeutivecommittee
committee wit meet at 16 a m mPubJle mPubJlemeetings Publicmeetings Public Publicmeetings
meetings wilt be held at 11 a a m and 2p 2 2p ZJ
p J m Governor Warflaid arfteld expects to b bnresent be bepresent a aprtflent
nresent present and address the meetings also alsoev
Rev Re ev A C Grlse suporintendent of the
State league league Charles W V Prettyman Pr ttman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ltoek Kockvllle lle bar oar and others othersOn othersOn othersOn
On Wednesday evening the town councll coun council COYncJl ¬
cil hold a meeting to consider the railroad rail railroad railroed ¬
road question General Harries Rani of the therailroad thtrailroad therailroad >
railroad company having returned warn
Europe the clerk to the council was
Instructed In tructea to communicate with him and andarrange andarrange andarrange
arrange for a date for a mooting be ¬
tween the companys representative and
the mayor and council The council aisv at
determined det rmlncd to make further Investiga ¬
tions looking to the rehabilitation i of ofSpecial o <
the electric light ht machinery for th the put purpOle putpose
pOle ot lighting lJ hUng the streets streetsSpecial streets streetsSpecial
Special Rate 6350 350 Every SaturdayDuring Saturday SaturdayDuring SaturdayDunDg
During Run urriTtr UTJr r r o IeOd od r rf turning jrl1nG uili >
Monday Mond Norfolk Wash Sieamlwat Seam teamiuat 1 at L < v
Deported Miners Drink DrinkWater DrinkWater DrinkWater
Water From FronlLocomotive FronlLocomotiveBread Iocorr Locomotive LocomotiveBread otive otiveread
Bread B read and Beans Provided at the State LineManyMake Line LineMany LineManyMake
Many ManyMake Make Their Way Back BackMoney BackMoneySent Money MoneySent MoneySent
Sent to Them
ANTONITO ANTO ITO Col Juno 17 liThe The sp spclul ape apeelkl apeclcI
clul train carrying the thirtyfire de deported departed deported ¬
ported Crlpplo Cccok minors has ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived in Antonlto AntonltoThe AntonltorIle AntonltoThe
The men were taken from the train trainat trainat trainat
at this place and photographed putaboard put putaboard putaboard
aboard tho train again and taken six sixmiles sixmih8 sixiles
miles m iles below the town to the New Mexico Mexicoline i1exkoUne Mexicofine
line Here they the were taken from the thetrain thetrain floeain
train tr ain and again photographed andmarched and andmarched andmarched
marched across tho linoBread Una UnaBread UnoBrc3d
Bread and Beans Beans Provided ProvidedThey Providedihe ProvidedThey
They ihe wore each given a loaf of breadany bread breadana breadana
ana a can of beans Some of the men menate menate matate
ate the food given them and others othersthrew othenstbrew pilfersthrew
j threw It t away awajvThe awa awaTh awayThe
The Th > officers supplied thorn with Uh can canopeners canopcners
openers < and drinking cups and they theywere Ute Utewerfo theed cany y
were allowed Wileyv Wileyvfrom ed to draw water to drink drinkfrom
from tho locomotive which pulled their theirtrain theirtrain theirrain I
j train t Tho men were supplied with food foodby toodb foodb
j by b the officers en routeAfter route routeAfter routeAIter
After the men were across the lino line linebeyond
1 beyond the jurisdiction jurl dletlol1 of o the Colorado Coloradomilitia ColoradomlUtin Colors Colorsilitia
militia m ilitia they the amused themselves by byharanguing byhuranguing
haranguing the officers o lcers
NEW YORK Juno TUlO IT liBaron Baron Spjwk Sp1I0kvon Spjwkvon S k kyon
von Sternburg tho tholmn Impjartal IILI Gernfcm Gernfcmambassador t frn rrfitn rrfitnambassador ln lnnmbasMdor
ambassador was th the guest suetttOfhoaor suetttOfhoaorcsterdA of afilwaor afilwaoryesterday honor honoryesterday
yesterday csterdA at the 11Ltlohit 7 < ttlohdl atioh LL Schueteen SchueteenBunds SchuetenBunds SchuotxenBonds
Bunds shooting festival al Schuetren SchuetrenPark SchuetzenPark ScbuetzenPark
Park Unlbn Hill 13111He HillHe HiliHe
He was received received r iJelvcdttbe at the castle CM e by byPresident byPresident byPresident
President Henry Hent Irocger Krueger and officers officersof officersor officersof
of the Bund J He made de a speech sp h in inGerman InGernan InGerman
German and decorated deco fed Mr hire Kroeger Kroegerwith Krctegerwith Iroegerwith
with Emperor William Ylltl lt > lltim m Hs token of the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German national organization organizationThe O OrganizationThe ga dzatlon dzatlonThe
The decoration was wits a solid gojd f go i1 1 Ger Gcrman German German
man eagle on a black bandThe band bandThe bandThe
The baron visited the ranges rang and nd fired flredthree firedthree firedthree
three shots sh ts He was presented pre entoo with 1t1t a aJUDGE IIJUDGE aUDGE
Declares eclares Building Unsafe UnsafeA A Rush to toGet toGet t tGet o
Get Out OutCourt Court in Opera OperaHouse Operaouse OperaHouse
House Houseuitlzeri ouse ousetii
tii tiiVAD
> r
41 VAD VADiIc Mo IO June l ltr Tb rh 10 10oxState f
axState Rtm Rljpragsentldtve > < BQl1tUe Dr L J T 1 j Todd Toddfor
I Co for kUt kiilfngJRd4tr ngJ rt t T Wall 1V 1 ft wealt w iq l leldzeript Yv
eldzeript uitlzeri dzert t iRl JUphards iRtclmrd Imrda en n 2 51lay T at q w6 w6called wasaUed wsceillod vac
ceillod called Ih m tile the lemon l erhon mon oowitr cot iitp cireiilt cireiiltcourt olrealcourt Jmiltcourt t
court by b Judge Thnmond Tt mmonds who announcod an announced announced ¬
nounced that owing to the deplorable deplorablecondition d deplorablcondition plorAble plorAblecondition e
condition of the building court would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be dismissed to meat at Coores oore Opera OperaHouse OpelaHouse OperaHouse
House The Th The court was wa crowded and andthere andthero an anthere d
there was something of a apanic panic in the therush Utemah t trush
rush to get out and to escape nc3Pe being beingtrampled beingtramplod bein beintrampled g
trampled to death deathOne detltbOne deathOne
One hundred and seventy witnesses witnesseswere witn witnes witneswere ses sesWere
were summoned from RIel RleanI > ardf where whereevery whereevery VlMnteQ
every eQ business bmln buslne s was suspended su pended only the thepostoffloe thepo t tpostofllce
postoffloe po tomce remaining open openOnly openOnly openOnly
Only about half of exRepresentative exRepresentativeTodds exRepresentativTodds exReprClMntallvfTodds e
Todds witnesses have testified te Uft Todd Toddshot Toddshot Tat Tatshot d
shot Wall throe time times although the tb tet tetter ldtel htter ¬
ter drew no weapon Todds plea will willbe willbe wfl wflbe
be selfdefeneo selfdefeneoUnited seltdeCen8Ornlt
United rnlt 1 State Senator W V J T Stone Stonea
a particular friend trle d of the slain man manhas m manhas n nhas
has b bf been < > n employed by b the Wall Vall heir hel ce
for the trial
As soon as the train loft them the themen thomen themen
men started tartod back ck to Antonlto whore whorethey whorotblY wherethey
they had friends who 110 took up a aoiloc aoilocben colloe colloetion 001100ben
ben and paid for a good breakfast breakfaSt at ahotel a ahotel ILh
hotel hotelThe h hotelThe < Ael Aeli
i The men were in nowise nowl e mistreated bythe by bythe bythe
the mllttla mUttl except that they tho were kept keptunder keptun keptunder
under un < < 1er strict discipline dl cIpUne They The wore notallowed not notallowed nottHowed
allowed to accept money or food from fromtnyone tromryone fromicyone
tnyone other than the militia and wereallowed were wereallowed wereallowed
allowed to talk to no one or leave the thecars thoears thecars
cars The report that money was taken takenfronr tnk takenfrom < sn snCror
from them IB s untrueBack untrue untrueBack untrueBack
Back to Alamosa AlamosaAbout AIamosaAbout AlamosaAbout
About twentylive of tho men boarded boardeda
a freight train here and wont back toAlamoss to toAlamora toAlamOll8
Alamora The others are faring well wollhere woUhere wellhere
here at the hotel hotelIrealdent hotellre hotelPresident
President lre ldont Haywood sent them th m 75 i i by bymail byman bysnail
mail and directed dlr ted them to work theirway their theirway theirway
way back to Colorado City CityMany Cityllan CityMany
Many llan of the deported men are no nomtners not notminers notmillers
miners but are sympathizers sympathizersHaywoods areWhat What WhatHaywoods Whatno YhntHuywoods
Haywoods further plans are in regard regardtw
tw them the men men do not know 1
A Ii IiVon r
Von on Sternbiirg Sternbllr af ifSGl1uettenf a n v S Scnueteenfesr chue ze alert tOecorat Decorates President PresidentKroeger Presid nt ntn
4 4Kr
Kroeger Kr egerGliesf Guest of Honor aCNationarBunds ai rN Nation tionalBurids aVBund s Festival FestivaL
ban handsome llOme silver cup He also inspectedthe inspected inspectedthe Inspectedthe
the bowling alleys and watched wntch d the thebowlsrs thebowlers thebowlers
bowlers for a while Ho held a recep reception reception reception ¬
tion nt t the park last nightThis night nightThis nightThIS
This message was received recel d from fromvisit CromMnydr fromMaydr
Mnydr McClellan MeCl lIan who hud pannd ulA1lfd to toJ toS
S visit J iettthe lt the big festival yesterday yesterdayI ostercfayI
I am compelled to go to RIkers Is Island Island Island ¬
land to see what aid can be rendered renderedto
to the victims of the recent terribledisaster terrible terribledisaster terribledtter
disaster This will of course prevent preventme pre preventme ent entme
me from following out our plan for forthis torth18 fo fothis
this afternoon I regret thl this thI3will fact act ox exrrentMy oxtremely cxtrem
tremely trem t but foal that thl you will wl w l agree agreewith agreewith agreewith
with me in saying that however re regrettable reI r rgrettable e ¬
grettable the fact may be it can Iin have Jiaveno hav havtoo e
no weight when opposed to the greater greaterobligation gr greaterobligation ter terobligation er r
I obligation which 1 am subjected subJect to by byyesterdays byyesterdays byyesterdays
yesterdays disaster disasterHis dl8 disasterFARM ster sterFARr
His H is Father Was Killed in Railroad RailroadDisaster RailroadDl d
Disaster Dl ster and He Was Was Thrown ThrownOff1 ThrownOff Thrownoff
Off the Cars Carshavft
J JO I Iscd
> scd S fVflCUS s qtr y June Tun 27 7 Amn Amn16Ca An AnmCs
16Ca mCs have hav an ltocasttng I nrastfng subjatotT 8tI9t wtp7At f In InO n
George O Oeer e Davis baIs ± avls a farm hand trr r reeled reeledhOTj7itor Sfcd SfcdJ to d
hOTj7itor g0rp otttr otttrrF rF for an attempt to wreck a an tfela tfelawar lila lila1afIi
J W war 1afIi ifcml Hudson train By B his eon eonfeaafon eon eonfenion conrealon
fenion the tboprl80l prisoner er has developed an aninttuie a ainsane n
insane Antipathy to railroads rallr 8d alleging allegingthat aUElngI aUElngthat g I
that his father was killed in a rntl rntldisaster raggy raggydlnawter r
disaster and that he himself hlm elt hadibpin hadibpinthrown had1bJli6ili hadi hadithrown n nthrown
thrown off a tralh tralhA trafitA uIhe
A farmer living nlSfer Iit < ttr the Cha Chacrossing Chlle ChllecrOllIlUt Chacrosstng e
crossing crOllIlUt refused him him food and ho he heties hQUes > >
ties on both tracks The Th first tr trencounter t teneounter tencounter
encounter the obstruction was wa Va goiilg goiilgexpress got t teXP
express eXP speed and ntl the 1e dell werei wereioft were Hfij fib fiboff
on oft toe track Davis DaIU wa fuss taptui taptuia capturatf capturatfa apturMrYn apturMrYna n
a swamp swam near the station He coneased con confessed confessed ¬
fessed his guilt to the physician called calledto call calhto e3 > I
to examine him as to Mm hi sanity samt an and andto nd ndto e3d d
to the court H lie WM found to be pos possessed poaaeued p0aaessed ¬
sessed of the one Idea l fd to wreck trains trainsWhile trAinsWhile trainsWhile
While waiting for the train that wato was watto wasto s >
to take him to Mattoawan Asylum A hm he h e
beard that it i was overdue He ex exclaimed exclaimed exclaimed ¬
claimed claimedIf
If its late I would like to wreck wreckthat wr wrec wrecthat ck cktbat k
that train in too
Battleship Ohio 945 Per PerCent PerIN
Cent Completed CompletedTO
Armored Cruisers and Protected Ships ShipsPushed S ShipsPushed ips ipsPushed
Pushed Along Rapidly RapidlyList RapidlyListof List Listof
of the th Vessels VesselsJune VesselsTune VesselsJune
June 1 found tho battleship Ohio 1 1per lper > 4 4per
per cent nearer nearer completion than It was wason wason wason
on May Mt1 L 1 It Is now 945 9t par cent completed com completed completed ¬
pleted in the ways at tho Union Iron IronWorks IronVorits IronWorks
Works yard urd in San Francisco and andshould andshould andshould
should be commissioned this fall incase in incase Incaso
case there be no unforeseen delay
The battleship Virginia also made madesatisfactory mndotlsra madesatisfactory
satisfactory tlsra tory progress in n May Ma At tho thofirst thofirst thefirst
first of of last month It was Us 604 per cent centcompleted contcompl centcompleted
compl completed tod and it t is now G12 per cent centfinished centfinIshed centfinished
finished The battleship Rhode Island Islandranks Islandranks Islandranks
ranks third In degree of completion completionamong completionamong completionamong
among the battleships now building buildingand buildingal1d buildingard
and is 607 per cent finished as against againsta agnln againsta t
a 11 degree of 69S per cent at the beginning begin beginning beginning ¬
ning of May
The Now Jersey Terse Is now SS7 per cent
done and the progress of the thl other bat ¬
tleships is as follows Georgia 413 per percent percent
cent Louisiana 4931 Nebraska 49
Connecticut Conpeottcut 421 Minnesota 29SO 040 Kan ¬
sas 96 Vermont 19 t9 9 Mississippi 35
Idaho 32 x xThe
The The Armored Cruisers CruisersEven CruisersEven CruisersEven
Even better progress was made by thearmored the thearmored thearmored
armored cruisers now building bund1n than by
the battleships The West rest Virginia Irglnia ad advanced adanced advanced ¬
vanced from S34 per cent to 8b49 648 4 percent per percent porcent
cent In degree of completion The
Colorado Colorado progressed from 809 per cent centto centto centto
to 849 per cent and the Maryland ad advanced adanced advanced ¬
vanced from 7SSS per cent to 828 per percent parcent percent
cent The other armored cruisers show showthe showtt showthe
the tt following degree of completion
Pennsylvania Pnns Ianlll SU S05 per cent California
C08 South Dakota 175 Tennessee 1ennes ee 344
Washington 283 283Of D3 D3Ot 03Of
Of the protected cruisers the Chatta Chattanooga ChattgnOOIl1 ¬
nooga made the greatest progress in
May advancing from rot 01 per cent to
84JJ 84 ft per cent in degree of completion
The Denver advanced from 999 per cent
to 100 per r cent and the degree of f com completion completion completion ¬
pletion ot o the other otht > r protected cruisers
Is as follows ton V8 Galveston 81 Charles ¬
ton 731 St Louis 426 Milwaukee boa
Tne gunboat Dubuque advanced from
Paducah 40 per ter 9r cent to WG per cent and the I
Paducah is now 357 per cent done hav ¬
ing progressed 2 per percent cent in May The Thetraining Thltmlnlng Thetraining
training ship Cumberland is s now 42 per percent prcent percent
cent done and Its sister ship Intrepid Intrepidis
is 233 per cent completed completedThe completedThe completedThe
The torpedo boats Goldsborough GoldsboroughBlakbly GoldsboroughBlak GoldsboroughBlakely
Blakbly Blak h and Nicholson are ar 99 per cent centcompleted centcompleted centcompleted
completed and did not make any prog progress progI progross ¬
ross in May Ma The Strlgham advanced advancedfrom advancedfrom
from 93 to 93 per cent and the OBrien OBrienmade OBrienmatte OBrienmade I
made no progress progress and is still 9S per cent centcompleted centcQmpleted centcompletLECTURE
completed completedLECTURE cQmpletedLECTURE completLECTURE
Barry Bulkley has returned from Brad Bradford BradCord Bradford ¬
ford Pa where he delivered his lecture lectureon lectureonYellowstone J Jon
on onYellowstone Yellowstone Park the Wonderland Wonderlandof Yonderlalldot
of America Amorlcn1o to a large audience at the th thNew theNew i iNew
New Bradford Theater Tho Thejectureh Jecture Jecturewhich lecture
which was delivered under the auspices auspicesof
of o the John S Melvin Post No 141 G GA 0A
A 1 R was as most profitable to that ori origanization OT OTganlzaUnn orgtinizatton
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The stereopticon views used by Mr MrBulkiey MrBulkle MrBulkiey
Bulkiey Bulkle are from photographs taken by byGovernment i iGovernment
Government officials They were present presumed presunted presented ¬
ed to the tholecturer lecturer by b the Secretary acratn of ofthe orthe
the Interior IntfrI < r and ar art unusually unu8uan beauilfut beauti beautiful beautiful ¬
ful After the lecture a reception was wastendered wasten
tendered ten orod to Mr Bulkiey BulkieyBLAINE BulkleyBLAINE BulkloyBLAiNE
This evening the BlaIne Invincible Re Republican ReClub ¬
publican Club will celebrate celelrnte the election electionof
of Dr Robert Reyburn and andTohn John F FCook Feook FCook
Cook as delegates and James L Turnerand Turner Turnerand II
and E S Wescott an 8 alternates to the theChicago h hChicago
Chicago convention add the twenty twentyeighth
eighth ennlversary of the club with vlts an anold anold anold
old time roast and barbecue at Eureka EurekaPark EurekaPArk EurekaPark
Park AnacoHtia D C CThe CThe
The delegates and alternates > ti will be bepresent bepresent
present pn ent and anu deliver addresses addrII8
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Mumma 4fLlurcd by AMERICAN STOGIE Ca PIUsburgb1f
Wheat King HarperGoes Harper HarperGoes Harperions
Goes Bankrupt on Iron IronFormer Ironformer IronFormer
Former Head of Famous Grain Pool Sup Supposed SUppQsed Supposed ¬
posed to Be Again a Millionaire Says SaysHis SaysHis SaysHis
His Assets Are 50
BRISTOL Tonn June 17 liEdward Edward L LHarper LHarper I
Harper of Now York city ell who has an anironproducing anironproducing anironproducing
ironproducing business bu lness at Big Stone StoneGap StoneGap StoneGap
Gap Va where he was thought to be beworth beworth beworth
worth 8KK000 has flsd f led a petition in inbankruptcy Inbankruptc inbankruptcy
bankruptcy in the United States dis district district district ¬
trict court nt Abingdon Va VaThus VaThuR VaThus
Thus far no schedule of Harpers Harpe s In Indebtedness Indebtedness indebtedness ¬
debtedness has been placed on recordbut record recordbut recordbut
but tho memorandum places his total totalliabilities totallIablUUes totalliabilities
liabilities at 53840134 S4M34 OJ3 while his assets assetsaccording assetsaccording assetsaccording
according to the memorandum consists consistsof
of nothing except J60 O worth of clothing clothingJackies clothingHEVEN clothingREVEMUE8AILR
Jackies Drag Three Men From a Watery WateryGrave WateryGrave WateryGrave
Grave in Lake Ontario Just Justin Justin Justin
OGDENSBURG N Y June 17 l7Jack l7Jacktars 17Jacktars Jack Jacktars
tars of the United States Revenue cutter cut cuttar cuttor
tar Dallas rescued Joseph St Andrews AndrewsJames AndrewsTames AndrewsJames
James Mitchell and Joseph Martin Martinwhose MurtInwJioae Martinwhose
whose boat had been capsized in the St StLawrence StLawrence StLawrence
Lawrence River opposite this city cityA olt oltsudden cityA
A sudden puff of wind upset the sail sailboat sailboat sailboat
boat throwing the three men Into the thewater thewater thewater
water They climbed upon the over overturned oyerturned overturned ¬
turned boat boatThe boatThe boatThe
The accident was as witnessed by an ano anofieer of officer officer ¬
ficer on the deck of the Dallas and he hesent hesent hesent
sent out a a boat boatJust MoatJust Oftt OfttTust
Just as the th lifesavers lftesav rs reached tho
imperiled yachtsmen a big excursion excursionsteamer excursIonsteamer excurston
steamer nearly ran them down The Therescued Therescued Iherescued
rescued men were thoroughly exhausted exhaustedTAKEN exhaustedTAJ exhaustedTAKEN
ST PETERSBURG June 17 liSeld liSeldwho 17Saidwho Sold Soldwho
who murdered the Rev Re Benjamin BenjaminLabarte AV AVLabaree IVLabaree
Labaree son on of Dr Benjamin Labaree Labareethe Labaretthe Labareethe >
the superintendent of the American AmericanMission AmericanMission
Mission Isslnn has been taken by the British Britishconsul Brltlsrconsul Britlsnconsul
consul to Tabriz Persia for trial
Mr Harper Is president of the Big BigStone BigStone BigStone
Stone Gap Iron Company Com pan which up to tolast tolast tolast
last fall was as operating a a ISOton 1 Oton blast blastfurnace blA blastfurnace t tCurnace
furnace The companys property prope ty be tiesides besides besides
sides the iron furnace consists of iron ironmines Ironmines ironmines
mines and stone quarries in Wise and andLeo andLeo andLeo
Leo counties Va VaMr VaMr VaMr
Mr Harper Is supposed to have been boonthe beenthe beenthe
the principal stockholder In the ironcompany Iron Ironcompany Ironcom
company com pan and tho people of southwest southwestVirginia 80uthw06tVirginia southwestVirginia
Virginia have looked upon him hrq hl as the thehead thehead thehead
head of the Ironmaking business bus ness in inWise Inlac InWise
Wise lac county count Va VaSAYS VtlSAYS VaSAYS
RADIUM CHEAPLY CHEAPLYPhiladelphia CHEAPLYPhiladelphia IIEAPLYPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Doctor Asserts He Will WillSoon WillSoon WillSoon
Soon Produce Metal for Less Than Than500OOO Than50000o
PHILADELPHIA Pa June 16 lBDr lBDrGeorge 16DrGeorge Dr DrGeorge
George F Leea of this city declares he hehas hebas hehas
has discovered an electrochemical el pro process process ¬
cess of manufacturing radium for less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than 500000 5OO < YJ a pound At present regentthe regenttherare therare the therare
rare metal is valued at 16000000 a apound 11 11pound apound
pound poundDr poundDr
Dr Lee says oa5 ho 10 learned from the dia discoverers diacoverers ¬
coverers of radium in Pans that barium bariumand bariumand
and thorium rock particles clung to ra ¬
dium He set to work to thoroughly an analyze analyze ¬
alyze these rocks and abstract their theirbox
lumInous properties propertiesIn
In an old packing box which he rigged riggedup riggedup
up in his library the chemist placed ltteed the thecombination thecobination
combination of barium and thorium thorium and andfound andfound
found t und after a time that they produced produceda
a fluorescent substance that would ould pene penetrate pen penetrate ¬
trate metal He declares it will be only onlya
a short time before he will be able to toproduce toproduce
produce radium radiumSIGSBEE radiumSIGSBEE
Rear Admiral Sigsbee has sailed on onthe onthe onthe
the flagship tJug hlp Newark from Puerto Plata PlataSan Plat PlatSDn PlataSon
San Domingo for San Juan Porto PortlIUco PortoRico
Had Given Deeds to Estate Estateto E5tateto
to Two Sons SonsSCH SonsEACH I ItACH
Successful Hustler Lopes Fruit of ofVictory ofVictory ofVictoryby
Victory Victoryby by Decision D cIion of ofCourfey ofCou ofCourt
WATERBURY Coma June ILde n Be i
tore her death Mrs George Geor Grille Grll of
TYaUrvllle Watan ll1 gave to each of her two
sons William F Griltey Gr Iey and ad Homer F poAtkins
Atkins a dead to her real estate In this thiscity thisclt thiscity
city clt
Each half brother claimed priority IXlorJt of
deed over the other and bitter feeling ellng
resulted rcau1t d The question was never set ¬
tled while their mother was living She Sherefused Sherefused Sherefused
refused to decide d clde It ItSignal ItSignal itSignal
Signal for Race RaceWhen Racehen RaceWhen
When hen Mrs Grllley died William Gril
ley was in New Haven He heard tho
news over the telephone and cano ca no back
to Waterbury as fast as a railroad train trainand trainand trainand
and an automobile which hlch he chartered charteredat
at Ansonio could bring him determined dtern1ln
tc have his deed recorded first
When the big automobile puffed up
in front of Town Clerk Blahs office
Brother Homer Atkins was sitting on
the steps stepsYoure 8te 8teYou stepsYu
Youre You re a little late brother he hesaid heMid hesaid
said I got here on my bicycle a few fewminutes tew1t1nutos fewntinutes
minutes ago agoInstituted agoInstituted agoInstituted
Instituted Lawsuit LawsuitBrother LawsuitBrother LawsuitBrother
Brother William Grllley Grille hustled to an anattorneys anattornes anattorneys
attorneys office and started a lawsuit lawsuitDeputy lawsuitDopuU lawsuitDeputy
Deputy Judge Peosley who heard the thecase the5e thecase
case 5e listened to much evidence from fromi tromle1aUes fromrelatives
datives i neighbors and servants
He has handed down a decision hold ¬ I
ing In that William Grilloys deed had
been b > en drawn first and that consequently con quent1
hc was the owner of the land landi lands
Darn 11 t exclaimed Brother At Atkins Atkinsi < tn5
1 i i had all that hustle for nothing nothingTEACHER nothingTEACHER nothingTEACHER
ANNAPOLIS A NAPOLIS June liNln 17 Nine civilian civilianprofessors ch1lIsnprofessors civilianprofessors
professors have been appointed at the theNaval theN theNaval
Naval N wnJ Academy Aco emy Among them is s I L J JP JP T TP
P Carrots of Boston who is a son of ofa ofa ofa
a Spanish Sptnlshcolonel colonel of artillery arUllei killed at atSantiago atSantIngc atSantiago
Santiago He is assigned to the deportment dJpcLltment deport dopertmeat ¬
ment of modern languages
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clothing isnt isnta lsn t a copy copyT copyof f t l 1 II IIof l lvof
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it and watch every i idetail t < <
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to see that their tHfcirideals th ir irI > I ii iiIdeals
ideals are faithfully faithfuIlycarried j3 j3carried a ii iicarried
I carried out The resuit re resuIt ft ftsuit +
suit is j clothing that thathas 1 t a ahas 1lrd +
has climbed the led ledder liedder 10 10der 1
I der of popularity popularitywith popula ty r 1 Zft2i Zft2iwith
with giant strides stridesMen stridesMen z t
Men tell us that they thcycan can be fitted in oun ourc1othing clothing as well as any x 111 111g + t
t tailor has fitted them Theres Ther s no motive in their making g such a state statement I Imeatbut t
+ ment mentbut but many do feel that the tribute is due and a d venture it almost almostspontaneously almostspontaneously I Ispontaneously
spontaneously We Ve want to prove to I you how well we deserve that thattribute thattribute
i tribute tributehow how well youll dress if we dress you youand and how the balance balanceof balanceof i iof
+ of economy is well in favor of your wearing clothing of the Parker ParkerBridget Parkeri tint +
i Bridget make makeHens makeflen
t Hens flen s Threepiece Three piece Suits SuitsHens SI2 12 i to t0flea S35i S35 1
b i Hens flea s Two Twopice piece Suits SuitsYouths 10 b Oto to S30 S30SIO 30 30Youths 3
+ Youths Clothing SIO 10 to 0 0Values 20 20Values
t Values Exceptional in inioys i
Boys ioys Suits and Trousers TrousersWere I
1 Were giving n Yo you two garments n for for the price of one in many Y instances and i in all allwere 11 t
were wCnrgiying giving you unmatchable values ParkerBridget goqds are doubly bargains when the thetime thetime thetime
time to reduce them comes comesBoys
Boys Two lots in a sale of clearance Allwool or we wouldnt wouldnthave wouldnJ t
+ have them tbemmixed mixed fabrics and serges sergesall all seams taped tapedaU afl
Trousers trimmed and an finished with belt beltstraps straps straps1C t tFor +
48C 1C For the Knee Trousers 7QC 79C P For ° r the Knee Trousers Trousersthat Trousersthat 1
> that sold up to 85c I S 7 that sold up to 150 150Showing t tShowing +
Showing a complete line pf f Boys Separate Trousers Trouersmade made of washable fabrics in inBloomer inBloomer t +
t Bloomer stylesBrown styles Brown and whm white whit ducks Something about the prices thats mighty inter interesting interesting ¬ t
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Blu Blue Serge Sere e e Suits that sold solduPto O 7C
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The ParkerBridget Blue Serge Suits for forBoys forBos forBoys
Boys Bos have made the greatest great t sort of a hit this thisseason thisseason
season The odds and ends in Blue Serge and andsome andsome
some cheviots go now at 375
Boy Boys S Mixed S Suits its that 2 9 fl flsold 5 J Jsold
sold up to 7 7Etons 7Etons
o oEton
Etons Blouses Norfolks and Doublebreasted Doublebreastedstyles DoublebreastedWhile i istyles
styles While 1 hile theres not every size in every ever y ypattern t tpattern J Jpattern
pattern p every size is represented in the lot A I IChance thance
Chance pchance hance for a snap purchase at 295 +
Parker BrIdget Co Coiead I IUead
Head = to = Foot Outfitters Ninth and the th Avenue AvenueW
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