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STONE DISCREDITS DISCREDITSALDRICH DISCREDITSI DISCREDITSALDRICH I
ALDRICH REMARKS REMARKSON
ON BERMAN COURSERea COURSE
Reacw Rea Dispatches to Prove ProveEuropean ProveEuropean Provef
f European Government Is IsOffended I IOffended IsOffended
Offended at Charges ChargesDEPEW ChargesDEPEV ChargesDEPEW
DEPEW SUPPORTSORIGINAL SUPPORTS SUPPORTSORIGINAL SUPPORTSORIGINAL
ORIGINAL SPEECH SPEECHTilt
l Tilt lt Follows Charge That Mis Missouris IlissourPs Missou14s ¬ i
souris Senator Seems to toRepresent toRepresent toRepresent
Represent Germany GermanyTariff GermanyTariff GermanyTariff
Tariff discussion in the th Senate nat6 took tookon tookon toakon
on a highly important international internationalhase internationalphase
phase > hase today todayThe today1he todayNie
1he The recent attack of Senators AWrlch AWrlchnd AJdrIchjind Aidrichnd
jind nd Depew on the course of the German Germangovernment Germangovernment Germangoverzxnent
government in sending to this country countrya countrycertain
a certain document dealing with tth wages wagesand wagosJlIld wagesnd
and nd cost of production in Germany was washeard washeard washeard
heard from further Senator Aldrichs Aldrichsrecent 4ldrlchstecent Aldrichsrecent
recent declaration that the course of ofthe ofe ofhe
the he e German government was an imper impertinence ImperUnence 1mpeiLAnence ¬
tinence was taken up by Senator Stone Stoneof Stonef Stoneof
of f Missouri who nought to call the theHhode thethode thethode
thode Island Senator to account The Theresult Theresult Thetesult
result was an acrimonious debate thatcupled thatbcupLed that thatDecupled
Decupled all of the morning session sessionSenator sessionSenator e stOn stOnSenator
Senator Stone read dispatches from fromGermany tr fromtermany m mGermany
Germany to the effect that the German Germangovernment GermanSOernment Germangovernment
government was offended at the recent recentremarks recentremarks recentremarks
remarks by Senator Aldrich on the floor floorof floorof floorof
of the Senate He took the ground that thatFenator thatfEnator thatenathr
Fenator enathr Aldrichs remarks were werepolitic Im Impolitic Impolltlc ¬
politic if not Impolite He pointed out outtiiat outthat outthat
that Senator Aldrich was w s the th lender of ofthe orthe o othe
the majority of the Sonata a and d what whathe whate
he e said on a 8 matter of this kind was wasInevitably wasinevitably wasLnevltably
Inevitably given weight weightPrecipitates weightPrecipitates weightPrecipitates
Precipitates Tilt TiltA TiltA TiltA
A sharp colloquy e eoctirred c rr6d in which whichSenator whIchpenator whichenator
Senator Aldricb A1dr1 h declared he stood by bytvbat by byhat byvhat
tvbat hat he said but disclaimed any inten intention intenon intenLion ¬
Lion on of offending the German govern governlnent SOornlent governpient
lnent lent wix wixThe ii iiThe
pientThe The Senator from Missouri I sowmEe Ea6ins4R Ea6ins4Rfame acems rirs ln lnJome Intome
fame way to be representing represllntltUt the J Jtoan iman e eman
man government ia 1 this matteii matter said saidSenator sa1dSenator aid aidSenator
Senator Atfhrich AtfhrichThat AIiiJich AIiiJichThat c11 i iThat
That A1PE 3 a1d id S Senator Nlt r Stone with withgreat withfreat withrat
great rat emphasis emp1 It Ills and no tlo1IttJe litOe hUb ginger is isan tsfln I In
an n impeftfBaace impNn tmper lflenCe ce It Is 1 worse rse than an anSenator antm anlmpr1iniiee
tm lmpr1iniiee lmpr1iniieeSenapt rtj nte ntesena
sena Senator AJdrieb AJdd said Sf T How the S Stary Seers Seerstary e etary
tary of 0 ortta tata tJt or r the Sendfcbr Sen from fromb fr from fromcoUj m 1IU8 1IU8S
S lUl coUj kn rnw w what t W ls s fnt1lJ8 hi the d dec11 dec11tn4nt CU CUtnent
tnent 10 4eetJor u G was S1 move lA un unf1IiD tn tnwJth
f1IiD 69 1rrJ b accused the SfeRfflttfr SfeRfflttfrfeald SendrPh ddr ddrpn
pn Ph IJfPr flTfsutt 91 Of f b bash1g slitk 115 gtttt statements statementsTh ments mentsTl1
Tl1 1DPt n prJ prJtaid Liull Liullpaid
paid senator Stone that I am in some someway someway someway
way representing the German govern government govemP1ent governITLent ¬
ment He had not any right to say saytaat sayt11at sayIULt
taat I am an n American citizen rep representing representing repI ¬
resenting I American interests as much muchas muchJLS muchIs
as he I resent it and it is a a grow gro im impertinence impertinence impertinence ¬
pertinence I told him in the debate debatelion debatthe debatetile
the other day how I got my Infonna Infonnahon informalion
lion and there is utterly and absolutely absolutelyBO absolutelyexcuse
BO 4 > excuse for him to make this accusa accueat accusaon accusaIon
t Ion on I do not call a11 upon him to retract retractp retracttit
p tit at I do not think any Senator should shouldrake sheo1dlake sheuldrnake
rake such su h offensive utterances as this thisSenator thisSenator thinSenator
Senator Aldrich asked what the Kale Kaisfcr Kalth Kalthr Kaler
fcr r would say if American interests interestsBought interMtsought Interestsougbt
Bought to influence the relchstag relchstagGermanys relchstagGermany roichetagGermauys
Germanys Position PositionSenator PositionSenator PositionSenator
Senator Stone said If the information informationbad Informationbad Informationbad
bad been asked by the German foreign foreignOffice foreigntr1ce foreignpifice
Office tr1ce he did not think that any login legislator leglsator loginator ¬
lator ator in the German parliament or any anyJrslnlster any1lnlster anyrlnIuter
Jrslnlster 1lnlster would denounre e it as s an im impertinence Imertlnence tinert1nence ¬
pertinence ertlnence on the part of the United Unitedptates Unitedt1tates Unitedtates
ptates ptatesThese t1tatesThese tates tatesThesn
These gentlemen were not satisfied satisfiedWth satlst1edWith satisfiedIvith
With presenting the facts factsu said sai Senator SenatorAldrich Senatorl SenatorAldrIch
Aldrich l drich Thy undertook to deny fiaots fiaotspresented 1Botsrtsented featnpresented
presented rtsented by the Ways and ad Means Com CemJatton Comlttee Cornpiittee
piittee lttee with a view to Influencing login legisaUon loginatlon
Jatton JattonSenator aUonSenator atlonSenator
Senator Stone contended it was regret regrettable regretbl regrettable ¬
table bl a a Senator so prominent as the theSenator theenator theErnator
Senator enator from Rhode Island I8 lld had so far farjrgottenhimself farJrGotttnhlmselt farrgottenhlmself
jrgottenhimself and the proprieties as asto asio aso
to o have offended the German govern governfrent governent governent
frent frentThe ent ent4The entThe
The German government he oontin oontined oonUft11ed contlnis
11ed ed 4is 1s not guilty of any Impertinence Impertinencewr
wr impropriety improprietyHe
He proceeded to explain how h w the thelets thedS theets
lets dS had been asked for by our own ownovernment ownvernment ownovernmeot
overnment He did not know why W hy the theinance tbeJnantf thefInancu
fInancu inance Committee bAd sought to tomother tomother tornother
mother and suppress the information informationPerhaps IfttenBaUonPerhaps IntermationFerhaps
Perhaps if the information hml he been beenput beenwhat beenphat
what they desired it would ha heve Men Menput beenput
put put on the desks of every m miimlm of ofhe ottie ofC
he tie C Senate nILte ard House Ho My an 0411 chief chiefpurpose dilefplTpOse chIefpirpose
purpose is 1 that attention mar ma be catted cattedr
tr r the roattar matt hare so 0 that the Senator Senatorjrom Se SeutorlrIn ator atorfrom
from Rhode Island may explain hte htei hieJUnie
I i juree
Explains Attitude AttitudeSenator AttitudeSenator AttitudeSenator
Senator Stone said that he e wanted wantedihe wantede
ihe he e German gwrenuneit nune1t to understand understandjnat un understandaat entand entandl1at
jnat l1at the tb Senate did not n > t stand bjr b the theContinued theCCOJlttaued theCOJltIfllMd
Continued on Seventh Page PageWEATHER Pages Pa3eWEATHER PageWEATHER
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WEATHER REPORT
Temperature continues above th the nor norSal R Rpal norpal < <
pal in the Eastern States and Jbd generally generallythe tr6r4117p
Sal p the extreme xtr ne West W and Dt1 Northwest HortbtlNMtThe tforthwtThe I IThe
The indications tb tM ttoat there will M Mneral beeneral b bteneral
teneral neral showers during toe next thirty thirtyttx tbIrt tbIrttIX thirty1La
ttx hours in the middle Atlantic AUantfctoHh nod nodlouth aa4touth
touth Atlantic ulaJl LIOJItk t States Stat and lid sU slightly slightlyfww ulrtiyfwOr kUy kUywAr
fww wAr temperature Is 1 Indicated tect for uniddle the theIliddle U UVliddSe
VliddSe Atlantic State 8 Temperature Temperaturemanges Temperaturemanges
manges lewher wh re In the BUt BUtol1lh Eastloith ast and andJ04
J04 ol1lh h will be slight slightThe slightrho lIchtThe
The winds along alon the middle Attaetie Attaetietoast AtlMtIolOut AtMUCtoast
toast wilt be light to moderate variable variableBecoming YUta YUtaecomlng vrIb1ecoming
Becoming easterly aDd nd lacr Ift Inerersg InerersgFORECAST r rFOREC Mteg MtegFORBCAJTT
FORECAST FOREC 8T FOR OETIIZ TH TlUI DnWRICT DnWRICTBain DI81 DIWIIUCTRain < < ICr ICrRain
Rain tonM and 1rt4q 1rt4qlOoler Friday J smewt smewtiooler f t toler
lOoler oler rn mdlrIe rt variable wind fcManu fcManuig 1MoMt1g b eo eoig
ig eastorty 4St rb aM 4 lang langTIaIPERA lnereeaigTXwE1wruTt
TIaIPERA TXwE1wruTt TXwE1wruTtSnrn Tt11tJR Tt11tJRB
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781 781TIDE 71TIDE
Sun rn se se8i t
TIDE tABLE 1ABISToday tABLETMa1High tAaL tAaLTodayHigh
Today TMa1High High tide 782 a m 768 7 B J BV m mJJW uiiw
V JJW > r Ti I X a m 211 2 p m mTomorrowHigh tnTomoN mTomorrovHInh
TomorrowHigh TomoN HI < < h tide Sflf a m S Sj 141 141J
j m tAw tid268 tjd tjdC 24 a m ST IT p prn prnCONDITION in inCONWT10N rnccnlDITtcN
CONDITION OF lIltS MVEnSHARPERS ltIVJRSHARPER lIltSARE
HARPERS ARE FERRY W Va June i iJlienandoah J JJhtnandoah 3rienandoh
Jlienandoah clear and Potomac cloudy cloudytoday cloudyICidaY cloudyicday
today
ATTACHE OF Cl Clmm CIRCUSHANGEDON CIRCUS CIRCUSHANGED
mm HANGEDON ON BRIDGE BRIDGENegro
Negro Taken From Jail and andLynched andLynched andLynched
Lynched Near Govern Governors GovernorglVlansion ¬
ors orglVlansion orglVlansionRA141tFORT Mansion MansionBAKKFORT MansionlwqTvFo1tT
BAKKFORT Ky Jane IWithin IWithint Within With1itnight Withinsight
sight t Qd nd d soyrid of the governors man mansion manaloft manon ¬
aloft on JOhn Menlo a negro attache of a aeireofii 8elre acIrcu
elre eireofii alter escaping e death at the hands handsof
of a a mob of his own race was taken takaafrom takQAfrom takenfrom
from Jatt early today by a a white mob moband mobaft mobat
and aft 1 lched Inched ed from a bridge over the Ken Kentucky Kentucky ICentueky ¬
tucky river Maxie was discovered by byBert byJierte by8ert
Bert Jierte C Bower of Wichita Kast Kas sup superlitendent super superintendent r ripteftd8l1t ¬
intendent of labororerr of the circus In n nripplnk nrIpp1n
ripplnk the canvas and nd When ordered orderedto
to daiTst turned on Dower ower and shot him himin himIn himIn
in the the8bdomon the8bdomonA abdomen abdomenA
A mob of negro laborers from the thaoircus theo1reus theo1rcis
oircus at once attacked Maxie when whenlocal when1oea1 whenlocal
local Officials succeeded in getting him himaway himaway himaway
away and placed him in Jan afl Further Furtherattempts Furtheratt Furtherattenpts
attempts att ts at lynching were feared and andsi andat andt
si t lw 1 a m a man of masked mas ed white whitemen whilenlQJl whitemen
men surrounded the jail took the negro negroout negroout negroout
out and escorted him to the bridge brmgeacross b bridgeMross Hlge HlgeJ
across the Kentucky tff river that sepa separated sepeBowW neparatee ¬
rated = North J and South hr Frankfort FrankfortBower FrankfortBower t
Bower the white man who was shot shotis shotIs shotIs
is probably fatally injured He is a amember amember antenber
member of the Elks at Valdosta Ga Gahis Gabls Gahis
his former home homeRelatives homeRelltUves homeRelatives
Relatives attached to the circus are areoaring areoaring areoaring
oaring for him himLOSES himLOSES
LOSES 0 BRACELET BRACELETNEWPORT BRACELETNEWPORT BRACELETNISWPORT
NEWPORT R I June 3 3A A valuable valuablediamond valuablediamond valuablediamond
diamond and sapphire bracelet has been beenlost beenlost beenlost
lost here by Mrs Reginald C Vander Vanderbllt Vanderbilt VanderbUt
bUt It is understood that the bracelet braceletwas braceletIaS braceletwas
was one on of her wedding gifts giftsSympathetic giftsB giftsB
B O MACHINISTS MACHINISTSORDERED MACHINISTSORDERED
ORDERED TO STRIKE STRIKESympathetic STRIKESympathetic
Sympathetic WalkOut Ex Expected Expected Expected ¬
pected and 3000 Men MenWould MenWould MenWould
Would Be Affected AffectedBALTIMQRH AffectedBALTUrORJt1 AffectedBALTLtOR
BALTIMQRH June 3 3A A general generalstrike generalstrike eneral eneralstrike
strike of machinists employed emplo ed by tho thoBaltimore thoBltJmore theBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio railroad was called calledths CAlledtilts oaIedthis
tilts xnomlfrg mor ijlg It Is believed 1000 mo moWill mowlJl msr msrwill < <
Will quit quitTfce quitTJte quitThe
The walkout fellows fi JoW8 a serJas sm s oT ottruttc ottruttclGU fruit frultlees fruitlosi
lees con OO cOrn eflcinc bet between 7een Third Ird Vice ViceUrton V VicePreridsut Ice IcePi1Jd
Pi1Jd Preridsut nCc 1 > > P9tt Pottor 1f 4t the e etoact rl rlr0a4
toact r0a4 at and 4 b1fpqf Ii Du thetntternatflInal thetntternatflInalThdnii trtt t rnathfnd rnathfndUuktI1
Urton tff tJtj Jf t tpresident 1hJilI SQf libed a y Its lisresl ItsprenldenL
president prenldenLa1 resl t J
CJijy
is Mrajjasnent of the thedtrurrencas
a1 dtrurrencas ences which resulted from the in introduction introduction Introductlon ¬
troduction and operation of the piece piecework pleeework piecework ¬
work system to which the men ob obJected ohJected
Jected
Others May Join JoinSealed JoinSealed JoinSealed
Sealed orders have also been forward forwarded ¬
ed d to the blacksmiths boilermakers and andsteam andsteam andsteam
steam fitters and it is stated by b the thestrike tbestrike thestrIke
strike leaders that these tb e branches brancb s of the themechanical themechanical themechanical
mechanical service will join the strike strikewithin strikewithin strikeWithin
within the next few days probably pro bably on onSaturday onSeturday onSaturday
Saturday In this event which h ch Is be believed 8 8IfiVed heIfved ¬
lieved IfiVed to be very likely 3000 men will willthen wntt1 wintilan
then t1 n be on strike strikeIt strike1t striket
It t IB reported that the company will willat willat willat
at once employ strikebreakers In an angffort anfort
gffort ftort fort to put a quick end to the trouble troubleas
as there is said to be urgent work on onhand 011h 011Ordinarily ciihand
hand handOrdinarily h handOrdinarily
Ordinarily the machine shops of the theBaltimore theBdUmore theBaltImore
Baltimore and Ohio system employ near nearly toarly ear ¬
ly 3000 men but since the business de depression d6pre8Bl61 dcpreseton ¬
pression which begun in 1907 which whichwas whichwaa whichwas
was followed by a policy of curtailment curtailmentof c rtaI1mentof
of expenses there has been employed
less than half that number numberTrouble numborTroub1e numberTrouble
Trouble At Cumberland CumberlandA
A dtepatch from Cumberland ssjrs s ss s that thatsixtyfive tatsixtyflve tIatsixtyfive
sixtyfive members of the Cumberland CumberlandAssociation CumberlandAMOC1atJon CuzulierlandAisoclat1on
Association of Machinists Macbl lgts went on a astrike 8 8trlke astrike
strike at the Baltimore and Ohio shopin shop shoMIin shopsin
in that city The dispatch adds that the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company has been strengthening its itspolice Uapolice Itspolice
police force and nclthat that the shops will j
be picketed At Cumberland it is un I
derstood that the company c mpany has the ser servie servie ncrvIce
vie vIce of about eo expert machinists from i ithe
the Baldwin Locomotive works of Phiia
delphia A number of cars box and andotherwise andotherwltte andotherwise
otherwise have been converted into intocamp Intocamp intocamp
camp cars temporary as homes for the thestrikebreakers thestrlkebrealeers
strikebreakers strlkebrealeersMEN strikebreakersMEH trikebreakersMEN
MEN FOR HOSPITAL HOSPITALNAMED HOSPITALNA11EDBY HOSPITALNAMED
NAMED NA11EDBY BY BYCANNON BYCANNONSpeaker CANNON CANNONSpeaker
Speaker Cannon today announced the theappointment theappointment th thappointment
appointment ot Representatives Representatlygem Star StargMs 8tllOf
gem of West w Virginia and Dd Foster of ofIBittofe ofIwM ofIUhiis
IBittofe as members of th the Board of1 of1Directors ot
Directors of the Columbian Hospital for
Women
FOLLOWED TO CHINA CHINAAND CHINAAND
AND KILLED IN BED BEDCelestials BEDCe1estia1s
Celestials Defrauded Here Hereby Hereby Hereby
by Countryman Chase ChaseFar ChaseI
I Far for Revenge RevengeDEALT RevengeDE RevengeIYEALT
DEALT DE L T IN ALLEGED ALLEQEDBAD ALLEGEDBAD ALLEGEDBAD
BAD MINING STOCK STOCKI STOCKCaught STOCKCaught I i iCaught
Caught in Bittsburg But Relcsed RelcsedThrough Rel RelciasedThrough ed edThrough
Through Efforts Effor SolMin SolMinister of Min Minister ¬
7 ister isters2 Wu WuSAN WuSAN
SAN IANClSCQ3run ANCISCQiiZLUrtble ANCISCQJ ft 3 iturble Unable to tosecure t tsecure > 1 1sea
secure sea re rjsdres redr stJ In A Ani i6nca ftoa because of oflite ofthe
the fte intervention on of Minster Wu Ting Tingfang Tingfang lingfans
fang Chinamen Chln men from this city eft and an the theBftst theJ thest I
Bftst J aet st followed Lew w Sue Gay Chinese Im Imperial Impedal mipenal ¬
pedal inspector of industries from San SanFrancisco SanFranclsc3 i iFranclsc3
Franclsc3 to Hongkong and murderedblie murdered murderedhhn i ihh
hhn hh soon after he arrived in his native nativeland nativeland nativeland
land according to a cablegram received receivedhere rece receivedhere ved vedbere
here today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The murdered man was accused of ofhaving ofhaving ofhaving
having sold worthless mining stock to tohundreds tohundJed tohundreds
hundreds of Chinamen on the Pacific Pacificcoast PacIficcout Pacificcoast
coast and inthe in the East It ItJs Is thought thoughtthat tho thougiitthat glt glttbat
that his h accusers who failed to secure securehis secUlOhis securehis
his puninhment in this country followed followedhim followedhim followedhint
him to China The body was found In Inbed Inbed Inbed
bed with eight knife wounds woundsLe woundsLej woundsLer
Le Lej came to America lart February Februaryto Febnj8lYto
to study st dY American Industries ard so soproficient soproficient soproficient
proficient did he become that he started startedto shrtedto strtedtoseIl
to toseIl yell e 11 mining stock at ock on e a large scale scaleHe scaleI scaleE
He E I J and two companions were accused accusedof
of pertinc s entnh fraudulent fraud lent stocks sto ks and Low Lewwas Lowwa Lowweb
was wa web arrested In Pittsburg on April 10 10on 10on 10on
on charges preferred by some of his hiscountrymen hiscountrymen fs fscountrymen
countrymen They alleged that he had hadcleaned hadelMned hadcleaced
cleaned up half a million dollars Min Minister 1d1nster 1ln 1lnInter ¬
Inter Wu intervened and secured his hisrelease hisrele hisrelease
release rele se Lew returned < to t China Inmate immediately lIi1medlately Inmatediately ¬
diately diatelyThe dlatelyTbe diatelyThe
The cable message says that the Chi Chinese Chln8iO Chinee ¬
nee government has offered a reward rewardof
of W 8MXX 0M00 < < IO for the apprehension of the themurderes themurdertS themurders
murders murderesWOMAN murdertSWOMAN murdersWOMAN
WOMAN RECOVERING RECOVERINGFROM RECOVERINGfROM RECOVERiNGFROM
FROM POISON DOSE DOSECondition DOSECondition DOSECondition
Condition of Mrs Kate Saffell at atEmergency atEmergenCY atEmergency
Emergency Hospital Hq pital Not Notthat NotSeriou Noteriou
Seriou SeriouSIItter eriou eriouSIferig
SIItter SIferig J kQmbfOhlodd from bichloride bichlorideIib a 1 1p1
Iib p1 peiJtntts < a jotpf
r T T1HL
1HL she 18 IaMva Kate J c > > lk Is Isiospttal na natBt
tBt At 6UJCl ospttal Dr DrWarK1I Driparza
WarK1I wile Js attending Iter says saysthat saysthat
that her condition ie not serious seriousMrs serIousllra seriousMrs
Mrs Saffell S ttell was found last night nightlying nightlyJng nightlying
lying on the bed In her room on the thethird thethird thethird
third floor of a small hotel In Four Fourteenth Fourteen Fourteenth ¬
teenth teen th street She told one of the
employs that she had taken poison poisonand PolsonIlnd poisonnd
and nd a hurry call was sent to the Em Emergency Emergoncy Emergoncy ¬
ergoncy Hospital The doctors found t und
that she bad only swallowed a small smallQuantity smallquantity sthaflquantity
Quantity of the bichloride bichlorideENDS bichlorideENDS bichlorideENDS
ENDS LONG FIGHT FIGHTFOR FIGHTFOR FIGHTFOR
FOR ERB PROPERTY PROPERTYGoods
Goods Removed From < Red Ga Gables Gables Gables ¬
bles to Chester and Placed Placedin
in Storage StorageMEDIA StorageAIEDIA StorageMEDIA
MEDIA Pa June 3 3Ylth With the work worksuperintended worksuperintended workSuperintended
superintended by Deputy Sheriff John JohnM J < l m mt
M t L Kell of Media the persohalproperty persohalpropertyin
in Red Gables the home of Captyj CaptyjClayton CaptjJton CaptJClprton
Clayton ton Erb in Aston township towns lp where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he was shot to death was Wa removed to toChester toCheater toChester
Chester and placed in storage storageThe storageThe storageThe
The goods had been replevined today todayby todayby todayby
by Mrs M Florence Erb widow of ofCaptain otCaptaJn ofCaptain
Captain Erb in a legal action in which whichMiss whichM88 which3llse
Miss Kate Lllla Erb rb sister of thu cap captain oaptaln captam ¬
tain tam was named ae n defendant defendantTARIFF defendantTARifF defendantTARIFF
TARIFF BILL SIGNED SIGNEDBY
BY JULY 1 SAYS ROOT ROOTNew ROOTNew ROOTNew
New York Senator Confers With WithPresident WithPresident WithPresident
President and Sees Ijarly IjarlyAdjournment lar1yAdournment arly arlyAdjournment
Adjournment AdjournmentThe AdournmentTb
The Tb tariff bill will be signed by the thePresident thelr the1reeldent
President lr l4ent on a day near July 1 ac according aceolfilag acoording ¬
cording to Senator Root of New York Yorkwho Yorkw Yorkwho
w who o had a long 1011 < < conference this morn mornIn ¬
lug In with Mr tr r Taft TaftMr TartMr TaftMr
Mr Root said he thought there was wassmall wassmaU wansmall
small probability of Congress being in insession insenton Insession
session unUl July 16
SIX PLUNGE TO DEATH DEATHFROM DEATHFROM DEATHFROM
FROM MOUNTAIN PEAK PEAKTourists PEAKT PEAKTourists
Tourists T ounsts Attempting to Climb Almost Inaccessible Grand GrandDent GrandDent GrandDent
Dent Lose Footing and Are Swept Down DownIce DownIce
7 Ice Into Valley
TURIN IN June 1 iotIe One of the worst ac aceMoMte aceMnots c cis
eMoMte is te the history 1IIfKorTot of t the e Alps Al is re reported 180terted r rperIod ¬
ported from tfc me Grand Dent Four Four7r FoulR FourYpsndsmn
Ypsndsmn 7r nCBntcn R are daad d and two Italian ItalianwBl ItalIalwill Italianswill
will lout tlwif r lives II as the result of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their uTttwceopsfql v unsuc omfpl t l effort to conquer nquer this thisalmost thJtlmo thisalmost
almost mo t inaccessible Inacce lbl4t point pointT pointJ1a pointrhe
T J1a rhe party which vl ch included noted notedmountain notedIIIOUnuln notedmpunain
mountain climbers had been stopping stoppingHi
Hi the ls neighborhood n for or a fortnight fortnightptapnli forthightinIng
ptapnli inIng 101 to t ascend uo n4 to the top of the theGrand theGra theGrand
Grand Gra cl Dent which has heretofore heretoforebeen belstotorebe heretoforebeen
been be considered inaccessible l hl8 Yesterday Yesterdayaccompanied yterdaya Yesterdayaccompanied
accompanied a mpnled by three experienced experiencedguides experlenccclp1d8fi experiencedgIdes
guides it started startedWorking startedWorking tat ed edWorJdn
Working alone a I circuitous route routethe routethe routethe
the party of nine all linked together togetherslowly togetherIowly togetherlowly
slowly worked Its vay ay toward the theclouds theelou theclouds
elou clouds < isVhen When about twothirds of the
way to the top one of the men m n In tho thomiddle thoMtthlle theMiddle
middle lost h tilt balance and toppled toppledstriking toppledIItrlJdft toppledstriking
striking IItrlJdft th the man immediately below belowhim belowhim belowhim
him The sudden Jar parted the he rope ropewnteh ropewAJch ropewhich
which anchored the tourists touri ts to the theS1 thecutd theguides
S1 cutd guides who had braced blacedthamselves themselves for
the he shock shockGaining shockGaIning shockGalnlnj
Gaining momentum tha th six si tourists touristsswept touristswept touri8tsswept
swept down the mountainside which whichwas whichwae whichwas
was encrusted with ic J Ice frantically try ¬
ing to check eb k their downward passage passageand passaseand passageand
and all plunged into the valley below belowa
a drop of 580 fe teet t The horrified guides guidesmade guidesmade guidesmade
made their way to their charges only
to find al of the Frenchmen dead and andthe andthE andthe
the Italians 1 tall in8 while still alive terribly
injured injuredThe IRj1lredThe injuredThe
The Itttter were carried to a neigh neighboring nel neighboring h hboring ¬
boring tillage Uage where it is s reported reportedthey reportodthtty reportedthey
they wilt not live No blame attaches attachesto
to the guides they having taken all allpoeeiblb aUpoelJlbl allpoaslbie I
poeeiblb precautions lIrecautlonst
t
I IT IS NOT ALL RIOTING
PEACEFUL STRIKING CAb CA MEN IN PHILADELPHIA PASSING THEIR TIME PLAYING CHECKERS
I
SUGAR EMPLOYES EMPLOYESPLEAD EMPLOYESPLEiD
PLEAD 1 iD NOT GUILTY GUILTYSeven
Seven Sock Men Are Ar Arraighed Arraigped Arraigned
raighed and Trial Set SetHOT Setor SetforJurie
HOT forJurie or June J uue 17 17NEW 17NEW 17NEW
NEW YORK YQR1JW1e June i tThl Th trial trI lof of the theseven t4eseven theseven
seven for former mar employes of the Have Havemeyer HavePleyer Havemeyer
meyer reftnary of the American rloon Su Sugar SugarRefining SugarRefining arj arjKenning
Refining Company Indicted 1ndict ed for con conspiracy consplracy conspiracy ¬
spiracy to toaetraud Defraud the Government in incausing Inauslng Incausing
causing ssbdrtwelslit iWelght record of sugar sugarThegevan a sigirrcct K 1r 1rdbekeln
rcct dbekeln docks In JjfOO rookln I tQp to b bSpitseri 6 6f
f + U < P i
s ta rt hI tt Jhfrr Jhfrru
u Thegevan fUft II which Includes Oliver OliverSpltzert urer urerSplt6n
Spltzert formerly superintendent of the thedocks thedooks thedocks
docks and six men IXlen who were employ employOK employ1 employ1as < < 1 1as
as woighers were arraigned in court courttoday courttoday courttoday
today and entered pleas pl S of not guilty guiltySCENTS IulltySCENTS guiltySCENTS
SCENTS A MENACE MENACEFROM MENACEfROM MENACEFROM
FROM MUSTY CORN CORNDr
Dr Babcock Declares Harvesting HajrvestingMethods HarvestingMethods HajvcstingMethods
Methods Responsible for forDread forDread forDread
Dread Blind Staggers StaggersATLANTIC StaggersATLANTIC StaggersATLANTIC
ATLANTIC CITY June 3 3A A form o othe ot otthe ofthe
the blind staggers that effects etI ets hu human human human ¬
man beings known as pellegra pellegracaused pellagracaused pellegracaused
caused by eating products of musty mustycorn mustycorn mustycorn
corn which hich is as lothsoma loth ome as leprosy leprosyand leprosyand leprosyand
and drives its victims Insane before beforekilling betorekUling beforekilling
killing them is due to sweep the South Southern SouijIn ¬
ern em n section of the country unless bet better better better ¬
ter methods of harvesting hane Ung corn are areadopted areadopted areadopted
adopted according to Dr J W V Bab Babcook Babcook B b bcook
cook superintendent of the State Hoe HOApltal Hoepital Hoepltal
pltal for the Insane of North Carolina Carolinawho Carolinawho Carolinawho
who read an extended paper on the thesubject tbesubject thesubject
subject before the America Medico MediooPsychological 1100100Psychological MedicoPsychological
Psychological Association of Insanity InsanityExperts
Experts here last evening eveningDr
Dr Babcock has made ma e an exhaustive exhaustivestudy exhaustivefludy exhaustivestudy
study of the disease dl e < < se which he declare declarethe declareathe declarettue
the present methods of intensive culti cultivation culUvatlon cultivatlon ¬
vatlon is increasing in an alarming de degree degree degree ¬
gree throughout the country Only a afew afew afew
few isolated cases have been found in inthe Inthe inthe
the North but south of the Mason and andDixon amIDixon andDixon
Dixon line 1500 cases were reported reportedduring reportedduring reportedduring
during the past two years The disease diseasete
Is frequently fr quently called Italian leprosy epro y in inEurope InEurope inEurope
Europe where here It has became a menace menaceVENEZUELA menaceVENEZUELA menaceVENEZUELA
VENEZUELA SIGNS SIGNSCOLOMBIA SIGNSCOLOIvlBIA SIGNSCOLOMBIA
COLOMBIA PACT PACTA
A dispatch patch from Minister Russell at atCaracas atCaraCIUI atCaracas
Caracas dated today state that Colom Colombia COlombia Colombin ¬
bia and Venezuela have signed a pre preliminary preUmlnuy re rellminszy ¬
liminary agreement as a basis for a atreaty atro atreaty
treaty tro ty of commerce and navigation and andthe andthe andthe
the boundaries renewing the diplo diplomatic dlplomatlc diplomatte ¬
matte relations between the th two coun countries countries countries ¬
tries which have been severed for some sometime sometime sometime
time timeSonor timeSonor timeSenor
Sonor Cobo the Colombian Colom lan commis commissioner oommlfisloner eoinm eoinmsioner ¬
sioner will be received by the Venescue Venescuen VoftezulaD VenezuIan
laD n government overnlDent as envoy extraordinary extraordinaryi
to i Venezuela VenezuelaCAPITAL VenQZlleJaCAPITAL YenezuelaCAPITAL
CAPITAL SELECTED SELECTEDFOR SELECTEDFOR SELECTEDFOR
FOR NEXT MEETING MEETINGLONDON MEETINGLONDON
LONDON June 8 SThe The next Interna International International Jutarnational ¬
tional Congress Con re of Applied Chemistry Chemistrywill Cbetnl Chemistrywill try trywill
will be held in Washington V8htngt J1 > In MIS De Dectolon Decillion Dcelites
elites to this effect was reached at t the theclosing theclotdns theclosing
closing session of the present congress congressin congressWs
in this WsProf city cityProf cityProf
Prof B l W Morley of Hartford HartfordConn HlJtfordConn HartfordCoen
Conn was elected honorary president presidentfor
for th the 1912 ISl gathering and Dr W H HNicholls HNlebolls HNicholls
Nicholls of New York was elected electedpresident electedpre electedureeldent
president pre ureeldent ldent More than 2000 0O0 delegates delegateshave delbRtMhave delegateshave
have been in attendance attendanceNEW attendanceNEW attendanceNEW
NEW COUNSELOR COUNSELORON
ON HIS WAY HERE HERELONDON HERELONDON HERELONDON
LONDON June 3 aRusten Husten Bey the thenew thenew thenew
new counselor of the Turkish embassy embassyat
at Washington has left Southampton Southamptonfor Soutb mpton mptonfor
for New York ork on the steamer Kron Kronprinzeesin Kronprlnzessln Kronprlnzessln
prlnzessln Cecelie CecelieSUMMER CeeelleSUMMER CecelieSUiMER
SUMMER CRUISE CRUISENEWPORT CRUISENEWPORT CRUISENZWPORT
NEWPORT June 3 3Navy Navy transport transportPrairie transportPrairie transportPrairie
Prairie has arrived arriv for the th draft of ap apprentice apprentice apprentice ¬
prentice seamen for the battleships soon soonto sOOnto soonto
to start on the summer cruise They Theywill TheywfU Theywilt
will go aboard this afternoon and the theship theship theshin
ship will probably sail immediately The Theorders Theorders Theorders
orders call for 776 apprentice seamen seamenthe seamenthe
the largest large t draft taken from this eta station etation ¬
tion at one time
BOARD MAKES VISIT VISITTO
TO ACADEMY MEN MENVisitors MENVisitors
Visitors Casually Drop in infor infor infor
for FirstHand Informa Information Information Inforiiation ¬
tion From Cadets CadetsANNAPOLIS CadetsINAPOLIS CadetsANNAPOtIS
ANNAPOLIS June Jun 3 3The The mapner mapnerin
in which the board of visitors dropped droppedIn dr41 > ped pedIn
In unannounced upon the mess hall l all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Naval Acadeny Ac deIJ9Y is one of the mal xnaijtopics maltcp matrtops >
topics tcp s of l conversation conver1 tlon today t y among amongjjratlaatea am9ngrqtlq amangratuates
jjratlaatea rqtlq ratuates tes as well as under clansmen at atAnnapbUs atj atAnnapolis
Annapolis AnnapbUsiii j Us UsI1t >
iii op gg4 Jgal > r Juiji toPecrra toPecrraUtlg ° tcm tcmltld
Utlg I1t t fniTdb f ijj Information to m tl l aSout 6 ict hazing hnzln hnzlnand hazingand
I
and kindred kln r d topics f Zrim r m t this oedets oedetsthemselves tdetathemselves
themselves and thought t ught the best way wayto wayto y
to obtain It ws to hav havft a little heart hearttoheart hearttoheart
toheart talk at the evening meal yes yesterday yenterday ¬
terday Accordingly the members ltiembersthe of ofthe Ifthe
the board distributed themselves among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the different tables rnbbed ejix ep e3bows > > ws with withthe wJththe withthe
the clansmen and proceeded d to ask askquestions askquestions askquestions
questions questionsWas questionsWas questionsWas
Was there any hazinggoing hazing going on If Ifthere Ifthere Ifthere
there was as the midshipmen didnt know knowanything knowanything knowanything
anything about it The conduct of tho thoupper thou thenpper
upper u p r classmen the lower classmcqi clas m said saidwas saidwas
was most exemplary and the freshmen freshmenwere fi ffeehmtnwere hm n nwere
were treated like they were human humanHow humaoHow humapHow
How about the food and the general generalsystem generalsystem generalsystem
system of the Academy They gave the theboard theboard theboard
board members a pract prac pract4ml paT aT < 1emonstra 1emonstration omonstra omonstration lJmonstraUon
tion that the food was all rlgft and andthen andthen andthen
then substantiated the fact by verbal verbalexplanations verbalexplanations verbalexplanations
explanations and compliments complimentsPleased complimentsPleased complimentsPleased
Pleased With W th Badger BadgerThe J3ac1gerThe BadgerThe
The board members informed Info the he irld irldshlpmen uJdshipmen irldshipmen
shipmen of their desire to hav have any anysuggestions anysuggestions anysuggestions
suggestions that the cadet body might mighthave IrJghthave mighthave
have to o offer and It was then that the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors were told that as a whole the theclasses theclasses thecasse
classes casse J were well satisfied tlsfted with the a1 a1mlnlstratlon 11minlst1LUo1 nimlnistrattoi
mlnlstratlon cf G the Academy und under r the thedirection lhedtreotlln thedirection
direction ofCaptain bf Caltaln Badger and that thatgeneral thatgenersl thatgeneral
general gx god > d f ctHnJl fttin injt existed existedFollowing existedFollowing existedFollowing
Following the call paid by members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board to Bancroft B roft Hall Captain CaptainBadger CaptainBadgerl CaptainBadger
Badger later < < fer held a 8 conference conreren 6 with the thevisiting the thevisiting thevisiting
visiting body and he too expressed expre Hd his hisconfidence hisconfidence hisconfidence
confidence in the cadets statement that thathazing thathazl thathazing
hazing hazl S was a thing of the past at An Annapolis AftnapoJls Annapofls ¬
napolis He confirmed the r rgood repOrt that thatgood thatgood
good feeling existed all 11 arora aroraWould aromeWould arousd arousdWould
Would Enlarge Academy AcademyCaptain AcademyCaptain AcademyCaptain
Captain Badger was < aeHed as for his hisopinon hisoplnon hisopin
opinon opin n on the report of an examining examiningboard examiningboard examininboard
board which wt1c recommended that the themidshipmen themidshipmen themidshipmen
midshipmen be given a recreation re reatlon period periodin
in the morning He expressed expr8ll ed his hi disap disapproval dillapproal disapproral ¬
proval of the plan and argued that the thepresent thepr thepresent
present pr sent distribution of of york and play playwas playwas playwas
was the correct arrangement He Hestrongly Hetrongly Hestrongly
strongly urged enlargement of the theAcademy theAcademy theAcademy
Academy by annexation of a part of ofAnnapolis otAnnapoU ofAnnapolis
Annapolis and the construction co struction of A Amore Itmore dmore
more commodious academy dock dockComments dockComments dockComments
Comments On Battle BattleIt
It is no wonder that there is asborU aabortate aabortateoC ashorteof e eof
of naval officers said a mwsber of the theContinued tbeContinued theContinued
Continued on Seventh Page
Affidavits declaring that a deputy deputyUnited deputyUnited deputyUnited
United States marshal tossed the sum summons summons stunfleas ¬
mons in the suit filed by Dr Charles L LEnglish LEnsllsh LEnglish
English against Queen Lll of Hawaii Hawaiito
to her while she he was In an automobile automobileand automobUaftd
and that the wind blew It away < re resulted resulted resuited ¬
sulted today txt y In the setting aside ot the theJudgment thejudgment thejudgment
Judgment of 11 11100 00 entered against the theformer theformer theformer
former queen In favor of Dr English Englishwho BngUshTho ThigUshwho
who was her court physician physicianIn phslclanInsetUnb
In InsetUnb setting aside s lde the lodgment 1ud ment Justice JusticeStafford JusticeStafford JusticeStafford
Stafford also took Into consideration con deraUon an anaffidavit anaffidavit anaffidavIt
affidavit that Dr English EngU b had taken taken1h0
1300 in full payment for his hl services servicesIn > > ervkesIn
In entering suit against Mrs Lydia LydlaDominus LydiaDominus LydiaDominus
Dominus as the former queen is I now nowknown nowknown nowknown
known Dr D English declared that he hehad hehad helied
had traveled with her under contract contractand oontractand contractand
and that she had refused to settle the theamount theamount theamount
amount due him Judgment was takeu takenS
S
MAN AHunuulSStLf AHunuulSStLfSuicide AM OUflflTP SHOOTS SELF SELFIDENTITYUNKN0N Ou n
IDENTITYUNKN0N IDENTITYUNKN0NSuicide mENTITY UNKNOWN UNKNOWNSuicide
Suicide in Agricultural AgriculturalGreenhouse AgriculturalGreenhouse AgriculturalGreenhouse
Greenhouse Leaves LeaVeS No NoTrace NoTrace j jTrace
Trace df Name NameSeeking NameSeeking TameSecldngJI
Seeking SecldngJI n secludp spot In Ina a shed I Ithe in inthe lthe
the res r of olon one of o ti 1114ogreenlloUSfgot 1114ogreenlloUSfgottha the greenhouses of ofthe ofthe
the Departm Departmt ht ttr eZ r Agriculture In B Bstreet Bstreet BStreet
street Street neal jf Bc bceenth > < 9Uth8Ueetso ntn street south soiithwest southwest th thwest
west an unldwttfiSff unld tJMCiwhite white man m D about aboutfilstyfiv6 aboQtsltyftV aboutsiztyve
filstyfiv6 yeart carr of t age aiV t iiat ratcba at ojt a bag bagrol bagof I Iot
rol ot of fetIUanddbiw eStiu < t = iti ibr w yitt1iS13ta fifs brains lns ts1Xt ts1Xtttb d Ot OtTJI t twas
ttb tttrJ Me1D xu1n t tnot TJI TJIwas
was not ajttiislc on the e manS man a clothing clothingor cl0th1n cl0th1nor
or a paper paPer in 1 any liny fly of his pockets pock tS to give g4vathe givethe givothe
the slightest sUghtestclue clue to his identity identityi idcnUt idcnUtThe ldcntltpThe
i The man was dressed In the clothes of ofa ota ofa
a laborer He had no money and th thonly thonly the theqgly
only things found in his pockets were a apair a apair apair
pair of spectacles sp otAclqs an old knlte and nndplug a aplug iiplug
plug of tobacco tobaccoWhen tobaccoWben tobaccoWhen
When two colored men Aromas 11 q1as > Le Leand Leand Lee Leeand
and liouls Jones entered the th shed this thismorning thisnaming thispiornlng
morning they noticed a man nt3 sitting on a ahag ahag ahag
hag in the b blclt > ck part p rt of the shed He Heheld Heheld Heheld
held a arelhrer re > lver In his tight hand Fear FearIng Fe Ferlug r rtng
lug he would shoot they did not go gonear SOnear gonear
near him Lee and Jones are both em employed employed employad ¬
ployed by the department and they ha had hadnevor hadnever l lnever
never seen the man man around the grounds groundsbefore groundsbefore groundsbefore
before beforeBefore beforeBefore beforeBefore
Before they had an opporunlty to toleave toleave toleave
leave the shed the man placed I1bcedthe the re reI revolver revolver
I volver at his temple and plIed pr Ied the thei thetrigger thetrigger
i trigger triggerHe triggerHe
1 He fell over overon on the floor and tho thoweapon thoweapon theweapon
weapon dropped from from his hl hand Wheu Wheua Whe Whea
a surgeon from tile Entergency Enterge cy Hos Hospital Hospital Hoepita ¬
pital arrived he said the man had died diedfnctantlTr diedIns diedInstantly
fnctantlTr Ins Instantly tautly The Ivirlv body Tvnn was taV taken ri to the themorgue themorgue Vit Vitmorgue
morgue where it will be held for sev several sevcr ccvoral ¬
oral cr l days in the hop hON that it will be bei4entified beWenUfied beIctentified
i4entified i4entifiedTAFPS WenUfiedTAftS IctentifiedTAFTS
TAftS TRAVELS PUT PUTEDGE PUTEDGE PUTEDGE
EDGE ON APPETITE APPETITEi APPETITELuncheon APPET1TELuncheon APPETITELuncheon
i
Luncheon Vins Apples Banished BanishedThree BanishedThree BanishedThree
Three Meals Per for the thePresident thePresident thePresidon
President Now NowThree NowThree NwThree
Three solid meals a day for the Presi President Pr President l ldent ¬
dent now thank you youMr youMr youMr
Mr Taft ha hag broken away a liyfromhfs liyfromhfseustom from his htecustom hiscustom
custom of taking only two t o meals a day dayand daYaDd dayand
and since the Gettysburg trip he has hasadded hasadded hasadded
added luncheon lun heon to his breakfast and din dinner dinner dinncr ¬
ner Before that he left I Ct out the mid midday midday midday ¬
day meal and contented himself with withtwo withtwo withtao
two apples at 2 oclock in the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon He did without lunch on the ad advice adviC advice ¬
vice viC of Ills physician physicianThe
The daY he was at Gettysburg he hahad hebad hehad
had luneneon lunOi on in his private car with his hisbrother hIsbrotber hisbrother
brother Claries CI art arise P Taft Since nce then he hehas hebuhad hebaa
has buhad had luncheon every day and he in intends intends intends ¬
tends to keep it up
VERDICT SET ASIDE ASIDEIN ASIDEIN ASIDEIN
IN QUEEN QUEENLILS LILS CASE CASEAffidavits CASEAffidavits CASEAffidavits
Affidavits That Summons Tossed Into Her Automobile AutomobileWere AutomobileWere AutomobileWere
Were Blown Away Knocks Out 1 1600 11600Judgment 1600Judgment 1 600 600Judgment
Judgment for fo Dr English
by default Queen Lit not having en entered ent entered ¬
tered t red an appearance appearanceThe appearanceThe appearanceThe
The Queen says that she was prepar preparing preparIng preparIng ¬
ing to answer the suit which she learn learned learned learned ¬
ed of through the press as seen as the thepapers tbeELpers thepapers
papers were served on her and that she shenad shead shedad
dad ad taken the advice of her relative and andbusiness andbuslnes andbusiness
business adviser Prince Kuhlo Kalaui Kalauianaole KaIaulallole iCalaulanaole
anaole the Hawaiian delegate delegateShe delegateShe delegateShe
She further says that she was in an anautomobile anautomobile anautomobile
automobile in front of the Hawaiian Hawaiiandelegates Hawaiiandelegates Hawaiiandelegates
delegates home 1410 Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue Massachusettsavenue Massachusettsavenue
avenue northwest on March 4 when a aman aman aman
man approached her and throwing a apaper apaPer apaper
paper toward her said Heres some something something something ¬
thing for you your majesty She Shedeclares Shed Shedeclares
declares d dares that the wind blew the paper paperaway paperaway paperaway
away and that she never saw it again againShe againShe againSh
She Sh is supported in her statements by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John Desha of Milo Hawaii a Harvard Harvardstudent Harvardstudent d dstudent
student and James K Parker of Hono Honolulu Honolulu Honolulu ¬
lulu She is represented by Attorneys AttorneysGeorge AttorneysGeqrge AttorneysGerge
George B McClella and W C Cle Clepbane Clepbant Clephanc
pbane
if
SHOTS EXCHANGED EXCHANGEDAS
AS POLICE CLASH CLASHWITH CLASHWITH
WITH SAILOR MOB MOBRiot
Riot Follows When Blue Bluejackets Bluejackets Bluejackets ¬
jackets Jeer Quaker CityStrikeBreakers City CityStrikeBreakers cnWjS
StrikeBreakers StrikeBreakersSUBWAY S StrikeBreakersSUBWAY trike Breakers BreakersSUBW
SUBW SUBWAY TIED1 TIED1FORSOMlii TIEDT TIEDTFOR D DElevated
FORSOMlii FORSOMliiElevated FOR 30 30Elevated
Elevated Also Embsrrassedvhen EmbarrassedWheniJl Exnbarrazsed en
iJl 31 11 Employes Are Galled GalledOut 6alI 6alIOut CalledOut
Out OutRESULTS OutRESULTS OutRESULTS
RESULTS OF STRIKE STRIKEIN
IN THE QUAKERGITY QUAKERGITYNumber QUAKER eIIT eIITNumber ClTYiTumbcr
Number of men Idle 4000 4OQOttimber 40001tnmbcr 4000umber
umber of men at work 2OOO 2OOODuration 2000Duration ZQOODuration
Duration of strike six slxdnya slxdnyaollt days daysCost dayaCost
Cost ollt io company 9300000 9300000Coat 3300000Cost S00000Cost
Cost to men jJ44OOO jJ44OOONumber 544000Number 44000 44000uinber
> Number of persons JnJuredGO JnJuredGO1umber lnjured50lumber Injured 50 50A
A umber of person arrested 300 300Number 300Number 300Number
Number of strike breakers tMO 100Number 1 tMONu 500 500Xninber
Number Nu nber of cars In IUlJcnice service 550 550Xnraber 550l 550Number
Number l mber of curs Idle 1800 1SOOPHILADELPHIA 1800PHILADELPHIA 1800PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA June 3 3The 3Thesubway The Thesubway Thesubw
subway subw y and elevated employes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany were called out at 9 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning in the strike against againstthe againstthe agaInstthe
the company and within ten min minutes rnin4utes mm mmutes ¬
utes the tieup on the line from fromFront fromFront fromFront
Front street to Sixtyninth street streetwas streetwas streetwas
was complete completeSpecial completeSpocial completeSpcdal
Special policemen and detectives detectivesfrom tkteclivesfrom 1tectivesfrom
from city hall were immediately immediatelydispatched immediatelydispatched ffilTlediatelydispatched
dispatched to every subway and ele elevated elevated elevated ¬
vated station stationand and after a delay lay of ofthirty 01thirty ofthirty
thirty minutes several of the th trains trainswere trainswere trainswere
were started wnkslsre wit wisne sirikeQrf Jjreiikers JjreiikersRioting leakersRioting keiS keiSRI
Rioting RI fuig Is Is Resumed ResumedRioting ResumedRioting iz ed
Rioting In Kensington I e1l5lngton was wairesumoo wairesumoonEapli11t resumed resumedagain resumedaga1thtJiit1iigand1t
again nEapli11t aga1thtJiit1iigand1t tljt jT iilnff nitiSll and It is ja s feared ur 00 that thatthe tha thatthe t ttbe
the disorders will be eVai eigictliun eigictliunthose gifgfgcftiffin gifgfgcftiffinthose g tmh tmhthose
those of last night when tEesfrlKe tEesfrlKebreakers the thesftflcebreakers strike strikebreakers
breakers are sent out with cars carsAt carsAt careAt
At the League Lea Island Navy Yard Tardtwenty Yardtwenty Yardtwenty
twenty sailors cUsnati with the police policeat polJceat pouceat
at the gates of the navy na yard early to today todayThe today ¬
day dayThe The bluejackets boarded a north northbound northbound northbound ¬
bound car and iKid d hajrdly b bo seated seatedwhen seatewhen seatedwhen
when one of the party called scab scabat Icabat scabat
at th the motorman ana the rest jeered jeeredloudly jeeled1oudly jeered2cudly
loudly When on o ozIi ii of the two joUcem police policemtfn polleemn
mtfn m on guard oft l the tie e car orderea ordered them themto wmto thcmto
to keep quiet tffe t > e sailors reaved r wed Hit Hitjeering 1l1tjeering tI tIjeering
jeering and laughed at the officers officersThe o oThe onmcgraThe
The shooting followed an attempt by bythe bythe bythe
the o oers 3ers ers to arrest one of the Ring ng ¬
leaders Attracted by the sound sount of offiring offiring offiring
firing a squad of marines came out outfrom outfrom outfrom
from the yard and nd drove the sailors sailorsinside sailorslt1slde sailorslsIde
inside
tsoo oo StrikeUreaJcers StrikeUreaJcersWith Strike reaJters reaJtersWith
With 1500 strikebreakers fw the city citythe cItythe citythe
the Transit Company is making etery everyeffort eteryetrort eteryeffort
effort today to lY to run at least SK 0 of its itsi ItaiOurfaoa itssurface
i surface cars carsSeveral CaJSveral camSeveral
Several veral hundred b1ln red special policemen pollcement1t policemenhlf policementalf
hlf of them a motley crowd crowd of negrses negrsesf uegtnonfgsm
f fgsm a a9IT1 m the downtown districts were weresworn weref7om weresworn
sworn In 11 by Director Dlre qr CIy CI y this this morning morningCorridors morningC morningCorridors
Corridors C rrIdors in In city ball were w re crowdoe crowdoeearly crowdQitearly crowdoearly
early with men recruited by police lieu lieutman lieutenanf
ienanf f In various variou parts of the tb city for forpolice forpollee forpolice
police duty Three hundred ndred were In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the building and clamoring for admls admlslon adm adm1sIon Is IsIon
Ion tp Director Dtr tor Clays offloi o omo before 8 8oclock 8oclock Sociock
oclock Assistant Superintendent Sup lntendent of ofFelice ofpc1ke ofcIIce
Felice cIIce OLeary said that as many as aspossible aspossfble aspossible
possible of the 2000 ordered by the di diraptor diretor diregtor
raptor will be sworn in bafodfc nightfall nightfalland nightfallatid nightfalland
and dlirlbuted d r1buted in hJ the he troubl troublvsoie K > iwe e sec sections seetione e etlons ¬
tions
Policeman Dismissed DismissedBocavse DismissedBecalse DismIss DismIssBecavse
Bocavse he sat in his private office officeall ftceall fflceall
all of last night and took absolutely 8b abelut lut ly no nopart nopart nopart
part in the effort of the police to stop stoprioting stoprioting stoprioting
rioting in that section of the city clt Lieu Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant John Sykes of the Thirtieth and andWestmoreland andVestmoreland andWesimoreland
Westmoreland street station was today todaysummarily todaysummarily todaysummarily
summarily suspended by Dicctor DI ctor Clay Claypending Clayndlng Claypending
pending ndlng a trial before b fore a pollee board of ofInquiry otInquiry ofInquiry
Inquiry Crowds of hooting disorderly disorderlypersons disoIclerJypersons dlso derly derlypersons
persons kept the police busy bUJ In the thelieutenants theUtut thelieutenants
lieutenants Utut nants district Hinging atcge 8 U at atthe atthe atthe
the cars and in a J number of instances instancestbeir IlitancesstrUt 1ygtanoesstrikerbreakers
strUt strikerbreakers bteakers were dragged Loom Loomtetr gom gomt
tbeir t elr places and beaten by the mobs mobslu mobsIn obs obsIu
lu the hospitals today upward of thir thirty thirty thirty ¬
ty riot victims lie on oots Two uo most mostseriously mostseriously moStseriously
seriously injured are Policeman Joseph JosephMcLaughlin JosephMcLaughlin JosephMcLaughlin
McLaughlin who received nlC lved a concussion concussionof
of the brain and William TalbOt whose whoseside whoEside who whoside
side was bruised with a brick brickFiremen briCkFiteIl
C
Firemen FiteIl n May Qo o Out OutThere OutThere OutThere
There was Intimation this morning morningthat morningthat morningthat
that the firemen f em8n in I th the power stations stationswill s stationswill tlons tlonswill
will b be called out in sympathetic smIth tic sbrike sbrikethis b tsike tsikethis < lke lkethis
this afternoon afternoonConcerning afternoqt1Concerning afternoqnConcerning
Concerning the allegations at f violence violenceand vIolenceand violenceand
and brutality against agatn t the police and the theswearing theSW6 theswearing
swearing SW6 nnt in of special policemen by byDirector byDirector byDirector
Director Clay C O Pratt In charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the strike said this morning morningThere 1110001lngThere meritingThere
There is no power po ot stronger than the thesource thesouree thesource
source from which it conies Our reply replyto
to Director Clays tactics is a dlre direst t ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal to the people There will be beeighteen beelgbteen beeiuhteen
eighteen public mass ma mao meetings tonight tonightThere tonJghtThere tonightthere
There were about 20 riots rlot In various variousparts variousparts variousparts
parts of the city last la8 night during duringwhich duringwhich duringwhich
which 40 cars were more of o pass passbadly Jessbadly ess essbadly
badly torn up In some eases I ses after the thecrews thecrews tnecrews
crews had been beaten and driven off offthe offthe offthe
the wrecked care were burned on the thetracks thetracks thetracks
tracks Angered because the Transit TransitCompany TransitCompany TransitCompany
Company had attempted to run cars carsmanned carsmanned carsmanned
manned with th strttcebre sttikehre4kers kers a mob of ofMayer of6OOG
6000 persfl1S hanged Mayer Reytirn Rey 111 in inwire ine1fftgy inclIngy
clIngy from a talley wire wirePrompted wirePrempte wirePrompted
Prompted Prempte by the rioting r1o 1IK of last night nightDirector nightDirector nightDirector
Director Cl Clay y will probably again order orderthe orderthe orderthe
the saloons ef the city closed tonight tonightat
at 6 oclock oclockStrikeBreakers oclockStrikeBreakers oclockStrikeBreakers
StrikeBreakers Leave LeaveDeeiaririg LesveDeelarhtg LeaveDeeIarltIg
Deeiaririg that they had been b 1l brought broughthere brouglrlbere broughthere
here under false representation pras p entaUon ntatk > n fifty im imported Imported Inported ¬
ported strikebreakers deserted from the thebarn thebam thebavn
barn in Frankford today and gave gavethemselves gavethemselves gavethemselves
themselves up at t the strikers head headquarters beadQuarters headquarters ¬
quarters They were sent back to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkAccording YorkAccording YorkAccording
According to these men the detective
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