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I I Par PartcioudYthrn tly C cloudy tonig ili ht t 1 j t t1afttutnn F t + meet Employer one another and r = employe ifopugh T
J n t m f e
t and dtomorrow tomorrow 1 tt e I tn U d l c lu Jso I
4 Declares Detlar s Flatly CoRe ¬
ceiver ce ceiv v t Was Jhe the Guilty
Ev idence o of f Attorney Starj Star
Feature F Fatu atu re of f Long Lon v vr r
Tr Trial ial
Attorne AttomeyArtdr Attoriiy y Andrew w A A Lipscomb Lipsc mb on on
trial trl lln In Criminal CrJm In Court ourt No N 01 1 on charge cha 1 1e e
of embezzling e nbe zllng funds un ds Intrusted Intr usted to to liim
by b the thec cour court urt t as asr receiver r cetv c Jv r completed his
testimony testifnrn this morning nltirn tng He He was the t1i
last witnesbfor witness for the thedeiense defense
Llpscoriibs testimony has easily been
theteature the feature of ofth the trial BO o far although althQ although gh
a n sensation cmsat1onma may be sprung s rung this after ¬
noon neon hytheappe by the appearance arnnce of o tThomas Thomas M
Fields Fieldsupon upon the th witness w ltnessstand stand
Fields Je lds was coreceiver corec iver with Lipscomb
aiid pd ta was indicted and convicted conviC ed on the
charge c cu charge u lig oC o temb embezzlement zzlem nt some sOme six or
e ight Ig it < weeks w els ago ag Lipscomb has hasd de ¬
dared lar d that Fields was ast the 1 cr c criminal i1minalan iminal an and d
swot wOre out a warrant Tor iorhls his arrest arre t
FiCJ4 Fields FicldaaysLipscomb says says Lipscomb was the guilty llty
1znt1 man
S During the t recess cess for lunch Dis trict
Attorney ttt 4ttci1 IJ jil Beach B chana ch and Mr EasbySmith Enf ibYSmlth
discussed the advisability it sa llity of putting
tF1e Fields JdaUpcin upon the stand to contradict
BIpBcomb r l acoII1b and this may mnt be done cme
The featu aju re i of t tle the le m morning orning session
wasan effort efC rtol rt on the part par to o f i theGov the Gov ¬
ernment to introduce a a leter le t rwrltlen written in
J the latter 1 t r part part paftof of qr Miy i y 1904 JOOtby by Thomas
M M FJcl5 Fields s to t Attorney AftorMYJ1mes Jimes Bv E Pidgett dg tt
Trhp nhor ho represented presente < the th largest interest ntere tjn in l
ih flie Je trust fund In I this thlsletter letter Fields i lIS
threw threw the the Whqleblamc whole blame upon LIpscpmb
and and set set tortJis forth specific e lflcocc occasions oc sio Ions ns when
iiipscqm Lips ombleD12Iu ornb b demanded e d i ppney oney from the th
1r trusi rust t t iiirid tSd to tq meet t tp personal p erso n l expenses exp l es
1 trhj TJtJS ith sanie sa a ricIter letter r ette1sa w vaS asT introduced iI Intr trduc ducd dJn in t the
SUe 1ieId J id ld trial tri3t The he J letter hetW jwa wa objected cte d to Q
b by h t the t tCd Cd de derenseand fense tens sand t1cbbje the bbjectlp bbj cU UoJl n was Ya
susta aitatncd staln ined d by b the thecou coui coitiztwItl t with Vi1tli Vi1tlia a ixua qu al1fi iifi
t lm V I
Ar AVguments Argum 11m 11mn n nts in11ease in ghe a case will be begun
tbic llifis t1 r atternoon ftern ori This Th de dcfensc fence willprob wUl pro prob
ably blrm ma th ke k twp tW Q Qspeec s speec speeches peec hes ilajor Mai r Con ¬
rad lad z id and iln Mr l r Moore Uoor will most likely ad d ¬
dress drs the jury on behalf bellalf bellalfor of the defcn
aan t a fitati I Iand t an and d District DistdctAtornc Atorncy Beach and 1
Ass tsfstant sJstant istant Dlstri District t Atorney EasbySmlth Easb Sn lth I
will speak for the prosecution
Beach BeacbContrad Contradicts cts Lipscomb
District Attorney flOrneyB Beach ach opened the
trial this morning m nllng by contradicting a L
statement t t texncntma made de by Mr Lipscpmb yes es ¬
ttrda terday to t the e effect ffect that the District
Atprney AtoltleYl1adsuggested torney had suggested that he Lips
comb write xite put his statement about t
I Fields leJdg embezzlement emb zzlementMrBeach Mr Beach read j
f 1qnt ronri thg t1 copy op o of ot I Il lpscombs < scombs sta > Vmeht me t t
iJ3 ix hif h hh 10 office ffice on on June J Jln c 7 showing s th thi this thl5 5 I Iiij
suggestich ugges kl1or of writing out his dec decA decira delthrn A hrn ira
ticn u I tl of oftacts facts 6id yd not come come from the tI tIle le Dis ¬
trict Attorney tJomej Mr lr IJpscomb finally finall 1 1tTlct
admitted n mftted this thlssalng saying that it came came from 1
his l s attorney att rneo who he be thought got his
suggestion s uesti nfr from m Mr Beach
The next n xtpolnt point touched t uched upon developed develo d
4 the feature f ture of o the morning session
The District Attorney Attome asked the de d
fqhdant f hdal1t Jf Uhe he had seen any letterstrom letters from 1
fIelds wuching tu hlng upon the question of f I IfIelds
embezzlement between May Iay2 tay 22 1904 I I
thadate he hc hct received t ceied the Dear Andrew
letter le crm and ci June 7 7w when en Lipscomb went t
Be Jefore fore the District Attorne Attorney and made e
his bL statement
Mr Lipscomb admitted that lie ie had d
seen a letter written by b Thomas M
Fields cl S to tt Attorney Attom James E Padgett
Whiife Vhn VhitL the Dear Andrew letter letterwas was s
shown sbO n to the District Attorney AU mey the e
Padgett I letter tter was lopt secret for the e
i reason < ason that Padget had allowed 1 him to o
read the letter letteriu in confidence
WJieh njen this thlsadmlslua admission was made Mr rr
Beach B ach handed a letter to tothe the defendant defen ant t
aiid nl1dasked asked him if that W was lS the th letter
After 1 fl e r a careful c r C Ulcxa examination m Ina tIo II of ofthlS this let Ie t ¬
ter Mr Upscpmb identified the docu doc ¬ 1
ment mentas as the communication sho shown vn him 11
by b Padgett However he declared that t
there th r were certa certain in inter Interpolations P 0IatIons in the e
letter which he did not notrcmember remember read 1
Ing hU He made checks hecks opposite these e
interlineations Interllnea Ions
The District Attorney said that he C
Continued on Seventh S enth Page
Conditions are generally cnerall unsettled r
over the central portion of the country
and the South and showers have con I ¬
tinued over these districts and the up
iKr PC lake region u There wercalsolocal were also local II
showers in western Texas and the cen I ¬
tral trHand and southern Rocky Rock mountain dis ¬
tricts In the eastern districts and the
extreme West W lOttJlc the weather was wa fair
Tcmp Temperatures < rtltures J1a have ve generally risen
east f st of othe the Rocky mountains and are
nov no about normal The weather will bo
f fair lr tonight tonig tand and Saturday in the Middle
Atlantic AUantJcand and east Gulf States In the
Ohio valley alle and lower lake region there
vtlll flI ll h t showers Saturday Saturda and in the
South Atlantic States tonight and Sat t
urda urday
Terapera Temperature turo changes c will be unim
9 9a a m 72 i
12 1 noon o Ii 79
1 1pm p m 87
Registered RegIl3teredAtr AftlecUs ck sS Standard Thermometer Thermom t r
9a a mi in > 7 S5
12 noon to noo T So o
1 lpm p m < oo 88
sji Sun sets today > 7ZI >
Sun SunrIses rises tomorrow 4 438
Low Lowtld tide tod today no 1252 pm
High Hlgbtfd tide today todnym m hu > 629 pm
Low tide toniorr tomorrow tOmorrow12o4am 1254 12 4Lml36 am 136 p pm m
High tide tomorrow tomQrrow tomorrow64T 4 647arn azn 716 pm
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SUCCEED Su oiinorrn LbLtu WALLACE IIIAI i nor
Western W ste rnRaIlroadExpert Railroad Expert
Named to Dig Big
Given Complete Con ipeteSupervision Supervision
1 SalaryJlacedat Sa1aryIaced Salary Place d at 30000
a Year
Jobn IT Stevens Ste n5formerfirst former first vice lee presi ¬
dent of the Rock Rock Island railroad railroadand and
the man who built the Rocky Rock mountain
section of the Great Northern railroad rallro d
has been appointed appointed chief engineer en gineer of the
Panama Pana ma canal to succeed John F Wal Vi Val Tal ¬
Mr Stevens 5is is the railroad expert who
was was to have h voaccompanle accompanied Secretary S Secretar creta rY
Tafe Ta tz to the Philippines P U1pp1nes but gives up
this trip in the thcihterestsof interests of the canal
Mr Stevens is a native of New Eng
land He is fiftytwo Ct twoyears years old and has
three children
Chairman Shonts Shon this morning spoke
of him in the highest terms In IJhls his
construction work for orthe the Great North
erh er ± l he handled hand ed d a project for which
thousands thousands of dollars were expended
The Government overnmenthad had selected hIm to
have J complete supervision of the rail
11 IToad road oad building in in the Philippines
Mr Stevens salary will be 30000 30110a 3O a
year ear
The home of the new engineer Is In
Chicago W V A A Darling of the Rock Island
system has been offered o d the position of I
superv supervIsor isor of railway construction in the th
Philippines made vacant by the selec ¬
tion tioliofJohnFStevensas of John F Stevens as chief en
j girieer e r of the thePanamac Panama canal na
Secretary Taft t Makes
Official QfficialAnnouncement Announcement
The ThCfol1o c fQlIowthEofflcia1 fpllpwlh 1D 1Dofficial official announcement ann uncementin in
1 coc ocii 1e ectipn io nWi jwijtlrf MI Mr Stevens Stev tevs ns apppint
m Ji 1 1 1m m qd de thfaftiadon t rs rtC tn < bY byS Se
rolar itary Taft
Mr John F F Sf Stevens St VCnsl vcna If 1itis P s been b ao
pbmted pol lted c chier cli hief ief engineer engnect ngnecI o f fth the > Tsihm ThtIiniaU laiir 1i
canal c nal with residence on theisthmus th theisthmus isuimtig to
take effect at once
Mr rr Stevens is now nowintl1e in the service of o
the Philippine Pl1U1ppine Commission as Govern Gov rn ¬
Imcnt ment railway ra Ilway expert in the one thousand thous nd
miles of Philippine railways about to be
constructed nstructcd under Government aid Mr
Stevens SteVe15 was to tohaye have todav toda accompanied
Secretary Taft to the Philippines but
has been transferred to the Panama
canal can 1
lie l was vas pntil until recently vice president
and general g nef lmanagerof manager of the Rock Roc k Is ¬
Ula land nd system stem formerly formerlychJet chief engineer e nsIneer
arid general manager of the Great I
Northern railway and has extended ex
perience in inthe the theprojectfon projection construction c j 1 1
operation and a n management manasementor of large en 1
torprises I j I
The Thed duties dti J ties es of oichlef chief engineer of the
isthmian canal especially relate to the j
practical work of construction and i
operation oIH rntlon The technical te chnical plans IJ lans are to i
be determined by the commission as a j
body with the advisory dvlsoryntcrnaUon international l i
board boar of engineers en ineers recently recentlYapPolntfd appointed I I
by b the President and whose plans as
I r
dcide om stage to stage will be
cxecu execute n the isthmus by the chief
engmeers engme engincerWith er Vith v Ith the chief engineer en ineer con coi
1 fining hin hinif 8elf lf to the actual work of
constmctioiV con5tnlCtIJI constnictioitnd tnd nd operation and concen ¬
trating upon l1JJo n the execution e of the plans
1 as adopted by lJ the commission it ie
believed that the canal work wo woo rlc will ill be I
more actively 2cticl prosecuted
I I C Cv huirman qhaIrmun v Shon Shouts s announced announc o d that he h I I
would grant Mr Stevens St vens a I Itree free hand hancF i
in directing tht th active construction work t
J on the isthmus but the sunr supreme mc powers J
I which hl < 11 it now develops dec1opsv were rc accorded i
to Wallace will not be renewed with his hi
1 I successor at least for the present I Isuccessor I
Mr Stevens Stevenshowevcr however will get a l
higher hl hcr salary by S5 5000 OO than Mr Wal ViT al ¬ l
1 lace Tliis will represent his pay as 5
engineer only Under the former sys s j
tern of organization Wallace received i 1
17500 as a I engineer engi ne < rand7iOO and 57500 7300 more m ore as a L 1
1 member mem ber of the commission Wa Wallace llace 1
was a member of the executive com ¬
mittee 111 Ittce It will be necessary to make a ae
number of legal changes in order to i
I I keep the commission in the shape 8ha eau au ¬
thorized thor1 ed by Congressional congreSslOnalleglSlat congreSslOnalleglSlatPo legislation Po Pon n by byI j I 1 I
I Ihlch which s seven ven en members are arenecessar necessary i I
All of ofthese these thesedetalls details will be arranged 1 I j I
i at a quarterly meeting of the commis ¬
i I sion row rO to be held in Washington tom tomor or ¬ I
Secretary raft before his departurft I I
today held long conferences with
J Chairman Chairm an Shonts and William Nelson 1
I Cromwell and all the details were gone I
I over I I
It will be decided at tomorrows meet mectI ¬ I
ll ling ing when Chairman Shonts will start t
l I
I for the thelst1nnus isthmus He was to have gone e
1 or June 20 Obut O but postponed It on account t I I
jof i 0 Wallaces telegram asking for per I
mission to come home Mr Shonts ac
i 1 1companied companied by byUle the new engineer will II I I
i II leave e for the isthmus at the earliest t
I data atc possible
I Taft TaftPraisedForSummary Praised For Summary
Act in Dismissing Wallace
leKothlng Nothing but words of ofpralse praise are heard d
I today for the summary summar manner In which 11
Chief Engineer Wallace Vallacewas was dismissed a
by Secretary Taft j
What Vliat made Mr 11 Wallaces Vallacesaction action in n
accepting an outside outsl e position particu ¬
Iarly reprehensible repre l1enslble in the eyes of the e
Secretary and nd the President was that t
he should s lould take it tat at Just this time when 11
the Secretary was about to todepar depart for 1
the thePhlUpplneson Philippines on an official mission n
and on the eve of the the meeting of the e
bOard of consulting consu1tlngenglneers engineers which Is s I
Continued on Third Page age
37300 73OO to toPortJand Portland Ore Or and Return
Pennsylvania Pcnns lvana Railroad Tic TickeLs kets good for II
30 days going one way wil and returning g
another r Liberal L I beral stopover 8t 0 Po er privileges PrlIle gcs in 1 i
the West t Exceptionally low rates to o >
California points olntsConsultagcnts Consult agents for de ¬
tailed t 1Jed information 1 informaUoLAdv orma onAd Adv
11 Ii wt C r
Women Bowing J Necks ecks to j l 1 I
r rr CNa T3iatrirnojiial llataimoniai j JlloltaIYg4 Jjoke 41 H I
Wild 1 Excitement ExcitementPervades xe Pervades e Big Brick Br ick
Stxuc Strrictu SttutAntiipation ture tAntiipation Antic An tic ipation Is I iv
in intheAir f the theAir Air H
The TIJt usually usuallyol iouiet oul J t Pension 0fllce Offlcei < is
waking unohthe upo n he eve ve of ofthe thcl1e the neviiseal nejv v jf Jiscal al
year eaTThere There are tre seventyeight seventyeIghtelerkto clerksto
be pivimoted illim irim td for forolie one thing the sa sa isajaries jur iitrle lcs
1 Involved running all t the he wa way from ro innpoo 51pOO
11 110 to 2000 Then Thcl1 there are some som som brides
jQf Of course ih ThOre th re are not as many l 1an
1I IbrIdes brides I as pro promPtfons ofons but yQ two have Jl Jlve ve re re
ccntly entlygbten given up ut their thelrpositions positions to enter ent l
into j the state g atc of Ofd6ilblc ord doublclblesaedheHS ublcbiessed blssednCg ess and
Jive J IlvCmln more are threatening thrcatenIngtodoso tordb so
Incldontallyt Commissioner Co n nmis mis sion r Warner 1 I IIneidentaPy I
14 does Wot lfotknQw knoW what to todo dps do about hout it 1
An epidemic c cD1dcrnIcsecms l emlc seems s se e s to tohati have Struck 1rUck the 1 1
imwt musty mwt oid l building l pJd nSand and theCommls thjc the Commis ¬
i5Ione sioner 1 and a nd the t11c t11cdi r divisibri di dtvIi laI0 r ii chi chIesarc jfsarc r are won wo n
deriner I dC derin in how many n1a manjvictims victims it oi w ill carry carr
rorr off I j
Waits V 1ti i Twenty wenty Years Y ars
The fhetlsl first clerk clerkto to male the break was o
a maiden who Wh has h hslont slont long since reac r ac hed 1
years ycarsof of discreton discretion She blushingly bl an j i
nounced two weeks wee s ago that She was
going goIngon on h hr her r leave and an Svould would oulgo go to t the
altar before the th month of June had
rpa passed s dNoUl1nghas Nothing has bc b ben n hOard h arl from frQmI I
dller pier her since Sine e she he left le ft hut she shef5bellcCd is believed
to tohnv 1m linve vc been in earnest Her cngriRe cngrH c l
im m mOnt ntshc she sa said id was s one of long l long ng stand sta nd ¬
ling ing In fuel net she sh had been waiting
twenty years ears <
No Nosooner sooner vas wL < this thlsst startling st rtHng news I
noLsed 110 l ed a about bout the Ofilce than thananotTwr another
jwo woman wcrninfollowed n1 Jn < ColIowedsult followed suit But she did the j
trick offhand without it it a word of w warn rn
inK The T he first her her fellowclerks knew lcne
was that she Was married marrietJThen Then her
resignation 1Rlsn Uoll was received r rOci c h d
This Tliisonc one was young y ungnot not quite thirty
and apparently had no Intention of be ¬
Icomlngpart coming comlngpart party to ton a twentyyear tW Jtyear betrothal
Now there are rumors fumor concerning concernl lg
half r lfa a dozen others and the feminine
employes mploycso of the Pension Office are in a
flutter thlttelof of excitement C XCItt > mCIlt to see where the
lightning will strike next
Promotions in Order
Commissioner Warners promotions arc
those that come at the close cioseo of every
year He lIe Hloleout made out his hISlf list t toda today and an 1 1 I
will send sendit it to tome the tlieSecretary Secretary Secr < tary of the In j I
tenor for approval tomorrow The Com i
missioner said today that he was was not t
at liberty ltbert to make public the names of f
the lucky clerks until unt1iSe Secretary ret1r Hitch fl 1 1
cock bad acted upon his recommenda j i
IHons tions The vacancies caused by the re ¬
moval of the ten pension examiners a 1
few months ago will be filled by promo romo I I i i
tions from rom the regular employes emplo esof of the e i
examining bureaus j I
NORFOLK Vu YuJute30Thebody June SO iOThe The body
of ofFrancisco Francisco de Ollvcro a sailor from 1
the Brazilian Braz tflan cruiser Benjamin Con
stante noW in this thl harbor who died 1
sudden suddenly ly aboard abo rd the Constante of o I Ie
heart heurtdlsease disease was buried in the l
Unit Unttet i States Naval Hospital Ceme ¬
tery tet y hcr here iicre with full naval hon ¬
ors Aij Aijiorlcan iorlcan and Brazilian sailors s
participating in the t tie e firing of three vol 01 ¬
leys i YSOe over the thegrllve grave
1000 IOOOrnagara Niagara Falls FaIlsExcursions Excurs Excursions ions 1
Via Pennsylvania Railroad Leaves
Washington lashlngt n by special train 755 a m
July Jul 7 tickets good for ten days 1000
Special train co COSIHtR nsists of standard vest esti
I I hule coaches r vhd Pullman parlor cars car
through throu h without W ithO t change Ch anEe Nxt Ne xt t excursion n I
Julv 21 1 Addr Addr4ss A ddr ess ss B M L Newbold Nc hold P A
j 1 S E E Ii D 16th zflnd fd d G Gsts sts for descriptive d dtscnip scrlptic Live c I
jjamphlet l7amphletA Adv v
MftR0 Ml l L L RD t ELQtKS BLOE < ff > i il l KS
Fights the 1igltb IliglitofWay fT fTay ay
illlirou cwiroui lirou < lh h Nebraska
Trqu Trob1eBeforeDepartmcnt + hleBe Q J ef foreDepartrnent re D Dp p rtmcn rtmcnt t of Interior 1Dte 1Dterl rl rlor or
Omaha OmahiBacks Backs Sena Se a tor t trin rin inTight ight for
Its Its OwnE Own Ex istence nce
Senator Sen tor Millard lill < lrd of r Ne Nebraska braska brmkabaclte backed < l ll i l
by b the public opinion of his home hom city
of 0 Omaha Is engaged In a determined
tight against the th Gi Groat < atN Northern rthe 1n Rail ¬ I
way Company to prevent the latter cor or ¬
poration Poril tlon from fro 1 building b UIhlIn n t railroad ra HrO dh which ICh I
Omaha maha people conceive concei will be to t the
disadvantage of their city j
The question ques tion of rightofway privileges prtvOc ges I I 1
across theWinnebago the Winnebgo Yinncb Indian reserve rcsen
tion in eastern Nebraska Ncbr l sltt has brought
1 t
the controversy r before the Department 1
of the Interior Senator Millards MilIll scom com ¬ 1
pany pan which whicliowns owns a righto fway way across acO s i
the reservation has succeeded in secur j I
big a postponement of action on the j i
Great Gre Northerns application for a simi j i
ha lar lal privijece I I
Trouble Over RightofWay j f
The case is an interesting Interest1n one on > and j
has been several months developing to to j
ita present crisis A year ear or two ago j
llhe the Sioux SlonxCt Cty ty Homer and Southern n nI j I i i i
railway secured a rightofway lI l1tofwa across
the iheTeservaUon reservation with the announced announccdpuI pun i i I j
pose of fcom constructing HructIngan an interurban interurb 111 road ro d j 1 I j
from Sioux Slou City south to Oma Omaha ha Scaa na j I j
tor Millard was the chief backer i of OtthIS this I
company i 1 I I
There had been reports previous to
this that the Great Northern designed 1
an extension over a very ver similar slmilarronte route t I
pf f its line from from Sipux City CIt to Omaha 1 I
The Millard company proceeded Hocecdedto to con j I
struct stiuctIl a a few miles of Its It line and andthcn then
fell in Int hitto to 0 financial financildlOicu difficulties t1es and n 1 con enne I
atruction was w s suspended smper llcd i
Meantime the Great Northern N9rthrn matured 1
Its ftspluns plans made mudcsurW rnad surveys s and prepared i
to build its ILie I e from Sioux City to to1
Omaha Application Appllc itlon was made tt fewi few
weeks wceksngo ago to the Indian OfHee of the i
Interior Department for the therghtor rjghtof
way privilege across crOI > S the Winnebago
reservation Immediately mmedlatcl the thellllIard Millard
company through its secretary J J B I I
Haynes Ira n1s of Omaha who is also private I i
s ecrctaiy = ccretaryto to Senator Millard lllIlardformally formally I
objected l ihJcctcd to t such a grant i
1 I
Especial Public ITecessity recessit ecessity i I
Under the law the department may i I
not notgranta grant a second rightofway across
a reservation parallel l to one already 1read I
granted and within ten miles nineS of It un ¬ 1
less les s there be a showing of of esjJQcIal e p clal pub
lie nece necessity 5It for th tlie construction of the I
11It second road
In this case ca c h he Millard company pro ¬ I
tc tested Hed Insisted h1slstedoll on its own good goo faith falUII
and desire to t carry out its itsllafls plans show ¬
ed e that t at theGrent the Great Northern survey
crossed the rightofway of the Millard i
Continued on onSeventhPige nSeventh Seventh Page P ge
600 Seashore Se 1ore Excursions
Pennsylvania Pmnsylvanilttuilroad Railroad will have ha on I
gale sal every cer Friday and Saturday Saturda com ¬
mencing June 23 3 round trip tickets tlc1 ets to
Atlal Atlantic tic City CJt Cape May lI 1 AVIchvood Wi 1wood <
Ocean O e n City or Sea Isle Clt City good to t01e re ¬
I turn until the follow fQlIowlng ing Tuesday TlesiJ at
J 5600 Si 600 Atlantic City tickets are ar good go ci civia via L
the Delaware River Bridge Bri BrldgeAdv geAdv Adv
Will Spend SljendNearlY Neainya Nea 4yaflontI Montri MontA
i lii Pililippine J tfp Isithids < 1il d
s sT T
Secretary Secretary Hopes Hop s Investigation Will
Lead Lc ad to More Mo i Liberal Lib alLe Legisla gls1a ¬
tion tio n for the Islands Is ands
Secretary Sccretar of War i iar ar Taft and the dis ¬
tinguished party that t that hat will wilt accompany accompany
him On his visit to to the thePhUfptjineswUl Philippines will
leave lca e here this afternoon at 530 oclock
on their theirway way to to Sail Francisco They
will make m ake the jo journey rney across the thecon con ¬
tinent tinentuywa by way of o C the th Baltimore B dtlri1o re and
Ohio TJhion Union Pacific and Southern ScutheraPa Pa ¬
c chic ific and n nd expect c pecl to reafen rea hSan San Francis
cp J at ilt 030 p mi ni m on J July J ly y 4 1 1
Crossing the Pacific Pad fl flc c on the steamer stea mer
I ICJqsslng
Jir lIlunchurIathe lanLhur ia the purtj W will lllstoP stop a couple Cou Pl
of days in Hawaii three days l s in Japan
and nearly a n L month In the Philippine >
Elaborate preparations prep U mSare are being be lng n iade iadel l
at erich stopping place for the enter ¬
ita ta inment of the visitors At San Fran Frkt Frktn n 1
cisco there Vv will ill be excursions excurs ons ban I
quota and andrcceptlons receptions At tHonlulu Honolulu ar ari I I
mngements mn gcment8 have been made ma pc for Olanin an in I I i
terestlner tcrc SqIll trip about ab qu o t the islan islands ds a an n In m
spection of of sugar sug r plantations etc
At t Yokohama oko hama the t1l < pariy Part y will Il be taken 1 j
from the steamer in tl4 t1 royal yachts acht5
iof of the IMIkudo to toTok Tokjo o for fo r si i thl thfee c I
days visit at tli thf palace Then ThengoIn going
il by > y way of oCKohe Kobe an and < l Nagasaki Nagusakllts its mem I r I
rs are expected to reach Manila Au 1
gust 17u5t 0 ti A week we lc there filled l HedwIth with cute t
tainmcnts will be lJefollowed followed by a two I i
weeks trip by b steamer among tho
islands iSla nds of the archipelago during du dng x v hich I
stops will 111 be bemudeat made at all the I princ r1n ctpal ipal
iports ports
Prominent Lady Guests
From Fro m the social sJ cln point > int of view i w there
fore tho trip will be a 3 most interesting
one oheand ohe and it is not remarkable that thsre th r
hits hllsbe been n almost almo ti unprecedented pr ccdcnted pres
sure sure brought to hear from women m i
t Society society ocletj tu tz > obtain o bta h invitations inita tton to accom
psiny J1 1n the part MIsS lfss Alice Roosevelt nOOSV It is I
of OICJure if course the most prominent o f the t th 1
lady la guests guestsShe She will be accompanIed l
by her special friends frien ls Miss llis JSIabel I
Boanlman Miss 11ss v Amy Am McMillan and ml d 1
Mis 1ri s Helen Patten
A number of prominent members memherso of t I
tihe the Senatf Senatfand Senate and House are tl Qarnong e among the i I
r rnarty r party jiait Including In < ludtllSlIa Sena Snitators tors Scott New Ncwlands
lands lost Foster < l Long LVIl Patterson War Var I
ron and Dubois nepfcsentatives Gros
L vnior nor Ohio Payne New York Do i
jSrmond l rmond Missouri llissoull i Longworth L LongAVorth Ohio hlO 1
f fqssllllnois Foss qssllllnois Oss Illinois Cooper Wisconsin 1
v ivos i s of a number uumh > r of these accompany
Iflle tneir husbands Ecrymembel Every member of the t I
Jpa party rt with the exception of Secretary Secretar
IXafts Tafts official staff will pay pa his own
expenses dur du during ring ing the trip with the solo sol
exception cepUon of that for transportation It II t
I ls z estimated that t 11l t it will cost each one i
not less lesatliun than < 500
Not a aunket Junket for Taft
I There are a number llun her of very ery ery important t
r rU questions U sltons deman demanding ding Secretary Secletal Tufts Tar s i s
1 visit to the Philippines Philipplnesat at this time
and it will be by b no means a junket ju nke t t t t
1 ior or hlmhomattcr him no homattcr matter what hat it it may ma bfr f tor or r
the other members of his party
By J3 taking f kl11gwiUl with him a hutnber of the th e
I member tncmbers of Congress he hopes hopesto to secure e 5
I C Continued o ontinue ntinue ntinued d on Seventh Page
125 to toBa1tim Baltimore and d Return ReturnIZS 125 x i
PenrKylvania Penrs lvanl Railroad R Ur adSaurda Saturday and ant d I I
Sunday tickets good Ood on 11 all trains t alns ex x ¬
I cept Congressional Consr sslonal Limited and good goo I I
for or return rcturnntll until Sunday night niJhtAv Ao v
< 4 1 1u u f
R Rebe11ous l J lls c cS S Sailors jl rs to to the Num Number ber berof4QOO of 4000 4 4i 4QQ i QQ
l Re p ported dt to B Be Surrounded Surround d fey bySoldI J Soldiery Soldier ty y
4 4But But f Fitii giqtill 1 iting 0 gD gDs g Desperately Des s f p pr perateLy r tely j
Fusibility P ssibility That SMpsVCtew Ships Cre CreWs vy WinN Will ilot Not t Fjt Fire g
Upon Up rl Comra Comrades des d s and andM Ma May yRep yRepeatJnsur y Repeat eatJnsur Insur
ruction re t oJ1 Reported Mutiny at tCtO Gronstadt rtstadt
< J
LrAIJ J tJ Russ Russia a June 30 304 A strong st jng force for eo of finfantry Infantry reenforced eenforc d o
mac m maclilna ch1n hine guns Is besieging 3000 OOO mutinous mut1Ilousai1 Ailors sailors rB from ironl the e post of Alex Alex ¬
ander III lo located ated here in a small Trood WOQ woodnear < t tne near ne ri the theport port
FIghting between the re bels be1sand and the troops has been inprogr in progress ss for fr
some time The outcome is unkI1oWIi unknown o
The mutiny started Tuesday T esdayll n night ight ght in therevplto the revolt revoltof of fthe the First FirSt11qui FlrstEquipagf Equipage i
the name applied to the naval units 1mts against ag < the the bad badfQods food served erV dtl the e sa Safi il ¬
ors or The Sixth Ninth Thirteenth Thirteenthand Thirt fn th thand and Fifteenth Equipages at Oricejoi once joicsd d
the mutiny making 5000 men in in all
Of O ithese these 1000 I 000 have havesurrendereg surrendered surrendered T The e r r remainder n a ihderuefightmg n er are fl fighting bt nl the troops
sent sentto to subdue Su du them r > T = S
Tie 1i sailors wrecked the barrac barracks J and dthel1 then attacked tt cked the officers quar ¬
ters They l li i hey seized the t government stores sh shres res and an d secured e wed arms arms and an ammuni ¬
4 Early E r1r rly We dnesday m morning niingtroo troops psarriv arrived d on onth on the th the e scene eand arid begag b
systematic attadk atta k on the mutinous sailors They TJieyhave have been gradually gr d1 du lly
driven back into the forest an and d surrounded
The firing from the direction dire tjonor of the forest has been incessant jn sarit The
mutineers routineersdefend defend themselves themreh es s desperately Volleys and an d scattering catterlrigsbotS shots L
are heard 1fe rdat at frequent ir quent Intervals interrupted I terI1lptedbyt1 by the hum u 9ftl of the thI thImachine ema machine c14De
guns s
The Thelolice police taveiorcedthepeople have fOl fotced ed tQ tIe P people 0 1 l off offthesqeets the streets arid nd to ikeep ke 1eep epawa away t
from t the tbeports ports it It l is Impossible l r tb theef er rev revtb i4 tb Jifcai S ta tht TbTC TbTCi 1 i i h the e battle t t e has
t =
o e es s
J It J Isnot o lp1prQ improbable 4 blal th thatthe i t estro strong g re ev olutionarv tlo na e eI rn i f fmang mang
the wor WOrkingpeople orMng ldngpeople people here will wlllmnk aake a a dem Cemonstration nionstratf bns tratipn n and dg go > io to to l1 r tfiejassist the a assist i5t
arice aisce of oth the be beleaguered ieaguered f mxeredsailorn sailors
ODESSA ObERSA T Tussia ussia uss ia June ru 1C33 30 O 1130 a a
nr iIt It is 18reported reported that Umtn a a part of the
Black sea ea fleet under the command cori1m u1d of Qf
Vice Adm Adm11l1 fral Kruger is isappro approaching ching
the city although the vessels essels are still
some miles away awa
The The greatest gr cate stexcJtement excitement has been cre ¬
ated atedbjthls by this report and fears fea are ex ¬
pressed as to what hlt will come W to pass
when hen the fleet fleet arrives
The Th vessels which are expected d to toar ar ¬ I
rive rvei nyc In tlie ht Jleet are the t1 eSvlattlia Sylattelia Svlattelia the 1
Dvlena Dvtenadsat Di nnd dsat t ApostoloJt the Rostislav I
and Sipgen SiP9enDII oil battles ba battleships les hips 1iPSa and nd the th e
cruiser = liazaraski and several torpedo torp dq
Krugers Desperate Orders
Vice Admiral Krugers Kru er5 orders Qrdersl1 ar are to
call upon the Kniaz Poternkin Pot mkin to to tosur sur ¬
Ilender render mid in case asc oC 0 the refusal rHus l of the
crew e w to obey obe iVIs order toslnk the bat bitI ¬ I
If 1 an attempt Is mate mat le to carry arry out I
this prjgram prlJgrama a naval engagement be bei betweeniliere
tween tweeniliere the rebellious he lliou S battles battleship hip and an dthe the j
test t est of the fleet is certain to occur
Extreme Extremedouot doubt is felt however as to
the ability of o Vice Admiral AQmlralKroi Kruger > ertO to i
make his hissailorsne sailors tire on their comrades
on 011 the Kniai Xn laz Iotemkin It is generally
believed be l Eed that the th crews of theother the other
warships wa rhps will vli rather join the mutiny
Tlv > allegiance nllelianceof of the Black sea sailor
1hns has Jeen h < onquesUoned questioned frequ frequently ntl WIYat
they will do in the thecrlsls cr crisis isis whlchwHl which will face
them when they the arrive a rrle here is proble ¬
Issue Awaited Aw aite dAnXiously Anxiously Aiudous iy
Both government and rebels rebe1sare are await
1m Intr with the t he most intense interest 1nte st the the
arrJval arrival o of f the fleet fie tEac Each hreallze8 realizes that that
upon the attitu attitude ieQ of the vessels de de ¬
pends pen ds the immediate lmmedi2tefutureof future of Odessa dezsa
and a all ll the Black BlackS Sea aI1tt9ral littoral
If they join the Pptemkln the th city be
comes comezuntenable untenable If Ilthey they remain rem wllo loyal ial
the fate ateoC of the th mutineers mu mutln tlheers ers is 1ss sealed s save S3e
those th se who whQ w ho are ar are e uabl a abl able ble tomake id make their tlteiJT way aY >
a as ashore hore horean an d clremain remain u bidden until they
can be besmugg1 smuggled l out oJit of o the country
The fac fact t that they have hael1ot not arrived
is Istken taken as asago a good domeriby ome omen ri Tiy the rebel
leaders leade Rumors Rumo rs rshave have have been be lcn current rtent to
day davthat that several sQvernlcrews crews liready have
seized their ships and that Admiral Ad ± nhral
Kruger is isso so doubtful doubtr lot of those who re re
main nominal nominallY loyal lie 11 Is afraid to
bring them t9 to Odessa
One On report declares that tbattwoq two qf f Kru
gers battleships b3ttleshlpsand and two smaller 5Jn lleresse1 vessels
are now off Cape Fontaine Fontanewith with the
red r edfiag flag of the t1tere revolution olutlo dying y1g at atthe their r
peaks As Aset yet this report r port has lIasnotbe not beea n
verified rlfi
PARIS June 3OA 3L A dispatch d1spatchrecelved received
here heresars says Admiral A miral Kruger hay hasarr1 arrived ed
at Odessa and an i iaftera after aftera a a desperate dest elLteflght > fight
sunk the Knlaz Potenikln an atid il t all hands h nds
aboard her The report r p rt Is s notgeneraUy not generally
credited cr fdlt d
ST PETERSBURG PETERSBURGJune PETERSBURGJune3JIt1Sre June u 30lt 33 3JIt1Sre It iST is re
ported po rted that th t8JO 8ODO sailors 5a1 lors have ha ie mutinied au tin ied
at Cronstadt
The report reporthasnot reportlias has not yet et been beencf crnflrmed lfirm d
lHcrrorso Horrors H trors of o f fCivil Civil Civ il War
Visited Upon UponOtlessa Odessa
Special C Cqpyrlght < pjrlght Cablv CaN
1 1
ODESSA June CO GThe The sitxiation s hf UolI here l re
has htpsed p > rs tCiied ed 15e beyon beyond on d lhestage the stage of rioting I I I Ihas
and may m a fairly be l dignifie linifi d by the title I r
of 01 civil war J i I
Under Lnt nder ler the direction dircc ol1 and Instruction
I of the hc sa saIlors ilors from the Kniaz Kni zPotem Potem I
kin the mobs of citizens have hav bcgtm h g nlo to 1
assume m > the form of discipline 1 i iscplne Resist R t ¬ I
linen inc c to troops t ro O PSIS is better pc t 1 directed dl re cte d and t
more effective e 1 I
I They have havcannon cannon nov notl1e the big battle b ttI ¬ I
ship blp has been be > practically stripped strl ot o r
j jmadllnc machine maehlncandsniahl and nqsmall small rapidfire guns g ins which whhh
have hrrveb been in landed to fight the Cossac Clsa Cossacks c ks j
By the sacking lckin of armories and gov gO ¬
I ernment crl lment lmentsto stores sto res the tl e rebels rebels have l la a vc secured s curC 1 1
many man rifles rlOcsnnd and revolvers rcovers with an ample
store tor of ammunition
iJeservists Rc cscrvists crvists Persuaded PersIad 1 Over
It is Isrcpcrted s repented that many man reservists
have luneC cast ist < In their lot wth the rebels r e els l lluneC
including Includin many man officers Thls with the th
help given by b tlu th sailors probably lJrO babl ac ¬ 1
counts for the rapid evolution of the th
triub mob r into organization Olgunlt tlon
The Potemkin still has I1asher her guns
Poillted ppinteitrtowarl t OW3T1t the he city C > itJ and an d Is a con co n
l stant ta1t n menace Jenace I It
The Strikers trll trlkers ers and mutineers are de
I ttirmined tQl lllln d to U utilize ultze the battleship blttleshl wfticU 1 Cli j
is tlxe tW1r ir main > reliance Formal notice no Ucc
vas was served today fO d dY Y oa 0 the th commandant I
x6b IGOrO to Baltimore Ba1tin rc aiid Return I
Pennsylvania RaUroad Rtt hiroal Account of r c In
I ternatkmai Convention Cont ntion Christian En j
I deavor d CaYo 1 tickets will Ill be b e sold Sl 1 July Ul uly 4 5 aart U1
1 I 6 with return limit lImito of July Tll 15 5 Frequent FreQu nt J
I trains to and from Baltimore BaltimotcAdv Adv dv
r n r
pf 9fthe the lr troops o ps that t h tlf if li IiI lre < l re c Is a a renewal
of the massacre massacre of the people peope by b the
soldiers so Idiers dlers the bom bombardment bardment b r ment will be bere re ¬
newed newedard and continued contin d until the soldiers
rure are driven from tVie i city cit v
The strikers are areop open n Jn in a their theirthreats threats
to burn bU m the entire e to town n They T he say iia they tl1e y
will accomplish 3ecompllshthfs this under the pro prot protec tec
ton of the sreat n tgunsof guns of the Knias
Potenikln if necessary n ces ary
Threatens Ter Tcrr1blc rible slaughter jr
If the th mutineers on on the Knias Kn a Potem
kin fulfill their threat to bombard the
Iclt city in Incase case lh the soldiers oldlers again gain fire ftr on OIl
the people peopleil a Li terrible conflict c nfUet is isc certain rtain S
to result
At midnight n the Kiniaz 1 1az Potemkin potcmkin cs
tablished ta blishcdalJlockw n blocka de of o the harbor No
vessels flouthig nou In i ithe the Russian Rl sslan flag are re al ¬
lowed to enter or orleavc leave the port
Six steamers steamers te r1 ers which attempted t m t d to leave
were Stopped stoi > pedb by the battleship and
not now 11 lie at a t anchor under un der her er guns
Volunteer Ybl nt er steamers team rs arriving arrivh g In th the
harbor earlier e11 1ier had ha b been en suecessfuU successfully
A Dl number nbe i iO of O tR tRu Russian u ss ltn ships Shi PS have ll e been P be ee en n
burned So far as known mown no foreign
vessels els have been be en interfered with
Most Iost of the th foreign ships s hips have ha gone
out into the thcrbadstea roadstead where they the can c n
get to toscal sea if there is a fight between etween
I Krusertmdthe Kruger and the mutineers m1tin rs and where wber
they the are lr out of the danger r pf O f tne th thcr con c
I tlcsratlon
Looting to Be Sto Stopped pea
One ugly Ugl feature of the situation Situauonfor for
j the past few e nights had been b en the looting lootin
of private rivate housea l1QlSean and outages ou es on o Q itt U 0 i

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