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Discovery of Apparel < of ofMurdered ofMurdered ofMurdered
Murdered Girl Sheds ShedsLight ShedsLight ShedsLi
Light Li ht on Crime CringeCooti2 CrimeCostumed CrimeCo
Costumed Co Cooti2 eed od tr from First P Ps Psthe r rthe
the suit earns and the tv t < p o Chinese Chinesetolled ChineseTolled
tolled up to Harlem t ta a laundry the tneproprietor tlteproprietor theproprietor
proprietor of which is friend of Leon Leonand Leonand Leonand
and a fellowmember of the High HighTreason IiI1skT HuhTreason
Treason T reason Society Captain Carey has the theaddress theaddress theaddress
address of this laundry The proprietor proprietoraccepted proprietorncceptedthe proprietoraccepted
accepted ncceptedthe the suit pages IUI but he was w aua suspicious auapiclou6 auapk1ous ¬
picious of the trunk and refused to tokeep tokeen tokeep
keep It in storage for Leon under umlerthe umlertheretext underthopretext the thepretext
pretext retext that he h had no room for 1L 1LWhile It ItWhllG itwhile
While Leon was trying to persuade the thelaundryman tle1aundryman thelaundryman
laundryman he sat down and wrote tote out outa outa outa
a a telegram tele m on a blank blank addressed toElsie to toElsie toElsie
Elsie Sigels SI ers mother in Wadsworth Wadaworthave Wadaworthave1Ue avenue ave avenue ¬
nue He wanted to relieve the t e anxiety anxietyof
of the girls r18 relatives in ordar ord r that he hecould hecould hecould
could have plenty of time in which to tomake tomake tomake
make his escape He tten tl en Instructed Instructedhis
his partner to take the first train to toWashington toVashlngton toWashington
Washington where he was to file the thedispatch thodispatch thedispatch
dispatch dispatchHis dispatchIDs dispatchHis
His orders wero carried out with Chi Chinese Chinese CMttese ¬
nese cunning and thus It eoma0 com about aboutthat aboutthet aboutthat
that the telegram filed in Washington Is Isin Isin Isin
in Leons handwriting at an hour when whenXeon wheonLeon whenLeon
Leon himself hlm8 lt was in this city or on his hisway hiliway hisway
way to Newark This clears up one of ofThe oftile ofthe
The chief perplexities of the detectives detectiveswho S SWho j jwho
who have been working on the case caseWhen caseWhen caseWhen
When Leons Harlem friend positively positivelyrefused positivelyrefused Oslthl Oslthlrefused
refused to hold th4 suspicious trunk the theservices theserVIces theservices
services of a hack were engaged the thetrunk thetrunk thetrunk
trunk was loaded on it and Leon gave gaveorders gaot gaveorders
orders t > to drive to Newark where he heknow beknow heknow
know a Chinese restaurant keeper who whowas whoWas whowas
was under obligations to him and who whowas whowas whowas
was also a member of the High Treason TreasonSociety TrealtOnSoclet Treasonoelety
Society the Gee Gong Tong the head headquarters headquerters headquprters ¬
quarters of which are on the top floor floorof floorot floorof
of 18 Pell street streetBack streetBack streetBack
Back From Newark NewarkThis NewarkThis NewarkThis
This hack drawn by twohorses two horses ar arsived a aived airrived
rived at 6t t Market street Newark at
8 oclock on the morning of June 10 10the 10the 10the
the day following the murder ef Slate SlateSigel EleteSigel BIsieSigeL
Sigel Lat Sing the manager of the therestaurant tberpstaurant therestaurant
restaurant nas given to the police an anaccurate anaccurate anaccurate
accurate description dOEt lption of f the horses horsesWhen horsesVhen horsesWhen
When relieved of the trunk the hack hackTras backVas hackwas
Vas wheeled around and returned to to5s toeow totiew
tiew 5s ew York YorkAccording YorkAccordln YorkAccording
According Accordln to the testimony of Lai LaiSing LtSing Laising
Sing the trunk was taken up In the therestaurant therestaurant therestaurant
restaurant but the proprietor refused refusedto
to keep k p It there Leon spent several severalvther severalours severallions
lions ours in Now 1erk ork tryln trying to induce induceother Indu Induther
other ther friends or acquaintances to help helphim helphlm helphtm
him to get rid of it but was unsuccessfuL unsuc unsuccessful un8UCcessful ¬
cessfulHe cessfuLHe cessful cessfulHe
He finally returned to Lai Sings place placewith placewith placewith
with James Halstead a Newark cab cabdriver cabdriver cabdriver
driver and took the trunk away at 11 11o 11oc1ock 11o
o oc1ock clock that morning He again JIln arrived arrivedat
at the house In Eighth avenue at 2 2oclock 2o 2oclock
oclock o lock in the afternoon a time again againlearly agalndearly againclearly
dearly calculated when Sun Leung and andbis andhis andhis
his employes were down in Chinatown ChinatownIt
It is now known to Captain Cap Carey Careythat Careythat y ythat
that Leon Is plentifully provided with withmoney withmoney withrr
money rr oney His personal friend and mem members membErs members ¬
bers of the High H h Treason Society Society have havesupplied havesupplied havesupplied
supplied him with with fund But be also alsohad a18obad alsohad
had resources reSQuro S of his own amounting to toseveral toeverai toseveral
several thousand thousanddollars dollars It Is learned learnedthat learn learnedthat l lthat
that he took In at least ten of his de deluded deluded deluded ¬
luded countrymen as partners tajtne intherestaurant tajtnerestaurant intbeesteurant
restaurant which Sing P Lee of 42 42Mott 4 4ott 42dott
Mott ott street fitted out at S SW West eat lth lthstreet 14ithstreet 14thstreet
His Tactics Exposed ExposedHe
He employed the same tactic which whichenabled whichenabled whichenabled
enabled him himto to cheat his Chinese friends friendscut triGfidscut friendscut
cut of 58000 to t400J 4000 in the restaurant restauranthe re reetauraanthe uuant uuanthe
he had opened at Fort Georg George it Rashis Was Washis washis
his custom to get about four Chinamen Chinamentogether Chinamentogether Chinamentogether
together telling them he bad a splendid splendidchance splendidhance spleadldthence
chance to open a restaurant In a neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood where Were ti ere would be plenty of ofcustom otustom ofcustom
custom He would tax each man S08 S08Then iODThen 600Then
Then unknown to these partners he hewould hewould hewould
would gather together another group of ofhinamen ofChinamen ofhinamen
hinamen to whom he made a e similar similarproposal similarproposal similarproposal
proposal In all he would thus raise raiseseveral ralaeseveral raiseseveral
several thousand dollars on his venture ventureMuch ventureIuch ventureMuch
Much Iuch of the evidence in this t > extra extraordinary 83tra1rdinary extraordinary ¬
ordinary case baa ba been gathered by byQuan byQuan byQuan
Quan Wick WI < k Nam a wealthy merchant merchantof
of Chinatown t6 whom the officials of oftue ottile oftl
tile tl a police department accord the highest highestpraise highestI highestpraise
praise I > rRI for his shrewdness ability and anduntiring andUlIUr1n anduntiring
untiring energy which he has devoted devotedtoward devot6dtowud devotedtoward
toward fathoming the mystery mysteryQuan myaterlQoan myateryQuan
Quan Wick Nam ia 1 the proprietor of otp ofa
a 0 large hina etina and tea importing Imp rtinc house houseat hou8at houseat
at 14 Pell street He is also the bead of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two ginseng g1n eng exporting exporUngtirms firms He is a awealthy awealthy awealthy
wealthy man who announces ann unce that he heis heIs heis
is determined at whatever r cost to re remove remove remove ¬
move > from th the Chinese Cklne e In this country countrythe countrythe countrythe
the odium that the crime taui cast up upon upon upon ¬
on them by running down the murderer murdererand murdererand murdererand
and his confederate confederateIn eontederateLIn
In this he Is backed by other Influen Influential JRtluentlal Infiuential ¬
tial merchants of Chinatown and San SanFrancisco Sanlranclaco SanFranciaco
Francisco Quan in the past baa be ben benemployed beenemployed n nemployed
employed on special duty by the police policedepartment polJced
d department as an interpreter in import important Important Important ¬
ant cases In this Instance lr uuce however howeveras
as > s h M said last night he is using his hisown hisown hisown
own money In defraying the expenses of ofhis othis ofhis
his W work rk
Determination of Quan QuanQuan QuanQuan QuanQuan
Quan wa was located by a reporter in the theofllce tINoffice theoffice
office of a 111eJC merchant t friend of hi his In InChinatown 1ftChjnatowa InChinatown
Chinatown He was resting on a leath leather ¬
er couch from the exertions of the last tostweek Ia lastweek t tWeek
week having taken very little sleep sleepwhile Bleepwhile sleepwhile
while doing detective work in this city cityand c1 c1and cityand
and elsewhere elsewhereI
I believe Leon will in be caught oau ht soon soonpaid 1IOOftsaid soonsaid
said Quan I have in my pocket at atthe atthe atthe
the present pre ent moment the names and ad addresses addresH addresses ¬
dresses of four Chinese Cbh who were his hisaccomplices I hisaccomplices a aacompllC4111
accomplices and who may be arrested arrestedat
at any moment momentThe tponieatThe nt ntThe
The High Treason Society So Iety la protect protecting protectlng ¬
ing Leon and liking him Am I afraid afraidof afraidof
of the society Well maybe theyll get wetshot getphot aethot
shot hot first if they attack me No threats threatshave tbreataht threatshave
have ht f been made against me yet et Be Besides Bef51dpI Besides ¬
sides I am used to this Mad of work workIn workIn workIn
In 1896 1 when I was on special spscialpolice spscialpoliceduty 1 police policeduty policedaty
duty trying to break up lottery gambling pbUnhere < <
here I knocked dawn six Chinese Cblae in one
h house use and shot the proprietor in the theleg theleg thereg
leg legALL
BUT ONE EMPLOYE EMPLOYESuperintendent EMPLOYESuperintendent EMPLOYESuperintendent
Superintendent of Railroad in inNorth inNorth inNorth
North Carolina CaroIinaRuns Runs Regular RegularTrain R RegularTrain gutar gutarTrain
Train UnassistedWINBTONALEM Unassisted UnassistedVIX UnasiateWIN15TONALEM
WIN15TONALEM VIX TOBrSALBM N C Jun June 28 28AD 28All a aAll
All the etitpioy of the Ht Air AIIZ 0111 a aEastern and andEastel11 andEastern
Eastern railway a mountain line oper operating operating operating ¬
ating between Mt Airy Alr N C and andDanube andDanube andDanube
Danube Va a distance of nineteen nineteenmiles nmeteenmllel nineteenmiles
miles have gone out on a rrike that thatit thatII thatt
it t an of them struck except A White Whitethe Wkltethe Whitethe
the superintendent auperlnu > udent of the road who whodonned wbodonned whodonned
donned an engineer jumper took hold holdf holdof
of f > f the throttle and ran the th regular regulartrain re regulartrain w wtrain
train from Jit Airy to Danube and back backunassisted baoktma8shlted backunassisted
unassisted unassistedThe tma8shltedrtu unassistedThe
The striking trainmen hainm n cldm that the themanagement themanagement aremanagement
management of the sftad which baa baabeen hasbeen DJLBbean
been in the Mazda of a receiver since1s since sincelPf5
lPf5 has failed to pay them their sal salaries salaries 1 1ares ¬
aries for a long time past pastJar paatRed pastear
Red Oedar ear Jar Flakes FlakesKeeps
Keeps the Moths away and an there thereis
i is no disagreeable odor Large Xiargepackage Largepackage Largepackage
package lOco regular S5c size sIzeODONNELl
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Woman Makes Success in Law La After Husband Loses LosesSight LosesSightGets LosesSightGets
Sight SightGets Gets to Try 300000 Will WiIlCase WillCase v vCase
Case in Europe
Jf NIIW SW YORK TORKJune June 38 3SWhen When the eye eyesight eyealKht eyesight ¬
sight of other tear husband ml failed Mrs Sophie SophieMtgrar SophieX8r SophieMayor
Mayor took up the study of law la thoughabebH thoughshe though thoughhe
abebH she he hud roared six children H Her r hus husband husband ¬
band was U an attorney and aided her herin ber1ft herin
in hr studies studiesToday studtesToday studiesToday
Today she was w notified that the AMS AMSIrian Amr Amrtrlan Ausrtrlan
trlan government had consented to toallow tonow toallow
allow her to try a e will case Involving InvolvingTEN I involvingTEN VOhingTEN
Chicago Bomb Explosion ExplosionThirtyfirst ExplosionTh
Thirtyfirst Th e rty first Outrage With Within Within ¬ 1
in Two Years YearsCHICAGO Y YearsCffiCAGO at atCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 23 2STen Ten detectives detectiveswere deteot1veswere detectiveswere
were detailed today to investigate the thebomb thebomb thebomb
bomb explosion which wrecked wr c1ted the thecentral thacentral th thcentral
central exchange of the Chicago Tel Telephone Telephone Telephone ¬
ephone Company early today to ay and did diddamage diddamage diddamage
damage to other buildings totaling totelIng1S000 totalingThis
125000 1S000ThIs 125000This
This Is the thirtyfirst outrage of oftha ofthe ofthe
the kind within wlthlnthe the last two years in inthe Inthe inthe
the Loop district districtBesides districtBold districtBesides
Besides Bold wracking the telephone ex exchange excbang exchange ¬
change plate pla < < glass windows In twenty twentybuildings twentybuildIngs twentybuildings
buildings were blown out by the explo explosion explosion exploslon ¬
sion and a 5cent cent theater the ter was wrecked wreckedand wreckedand wreckedand
and twentyone twenl3 ne persons wejre Injured InjuredOne InjuredOne injuredOne
One of f these John Laduc a dish dishwasher dishwasher dtshwasher ¬
washer may die dieAs dieAs dieAs
As yet et the police are not sure wheth whether ¬
er the bomb was placed 1ecod by the usam usambUng gam ganiMing gambling ¬
bUng gang 3r r by b sympathizers with withstriking withstriking lth lthstriklngelOCJrlcians
striking striklngelOCJrlcians electricians of the telephone telephonecompany telephoneeompan telephonecompany
company companyT eompanThe companyTfie
T The bombs t In the past have been beenplaced beenlacetl beenplaced
placed in saloons or near rooms sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed to be gambling places It Is notknown not notknown notknown
known that there were any gambling gamblingrooms gamblingrooms gamblingrooms
rooms near the telephone exchange exchangeThe exchangeThe exchangeThe
The dynamiter placed laced the bomb which whichthe whIchthe whichthe
the police believe contained at least leasttwentyfive leesttweatyfive leasttwentyfive
twentyfive pounds of dynamite at the thebottom thebottom thebottom
bottom of a manhole in the rear of the thefourstory thefourstory thefourstory
fourstory building of the he Chicago Title Titleand Titleand Titleand
and Trust Company The explosion explosionpractically explosionpractically explosionpractically
practically ruined several big cablesrunning cables cablesrunning cablesmnnlng
running from the telephone exchangewith exchange exchangewith exchangewith
with about 5000 i telephones in connec connection connection eonnoetien ¬
tion tionPLAN tionPLAN
Newlyweds Will Make Long Trip TripThrough TripThrough TripThrough
Through Interior of ofMexico of11exicor ofMexico
Mexico MexicoRICHMOND 11exicor1tId MexicoItIfil33IOND
ItIfil33IOND RICHMOND 1tId MOND Va Sane 28 2SAtrlp 28A A tripof tripofISO trip of ofLIJ
ISO LIJ miles on mules over perilous moun mountain mountain mountainxoads ¬
tainxoads tain roads and ravines Is one of the thenovel thenovei thenoVei
novei features of the the honeymoon of ofStanley ofStanly ofStanley
Stanley B Weld a mining engineer of ofBoston ofBoston ofEoston
Boston Mass and his bride who was wasformerly wasformerly wasformerly
formerly Miss Charlotee B Latham Lathamdaughter Lathamdaughter Lathamdaughter
daughter of the late Arthur Lathamof Latham Lathamof
of Winchester whose marriage took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place several years ago following a romanhic ro romantic romantic ¬
mantic courtship at the Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church at Lamar Cal CalThe CatThe CalThe
The young couple will wlllgo go Into the interior In Interior Interior ¬
terior of Mexico a distance of 120 miles mileaOR mll65OR mileson
OR mules through the wildest section sectionof
of country in Mexico the trip occupy occupying OCCUPlng occupying ¬
ing seven days daysAt daysAt daysAt
At the end of the novel honeymoon honeymoonMr
Mr and Mrs Ir8 Weld will have reached reachedth reachedtheir
th their ir future home ho e A retinue of ser servants servants servants ¬ j
vants accompanies the young couple coupleon
on their honeymoon honeymoonWeeping boneymoonA honeymoonMF1LRSH
Weeping Eczema Kept Spreading Spreadingon
on Little Sufferer SuffererA A Score of ofTreatments ofT ofTreatments
Treatments T re tments Prove Dismal Failures FailuresGrateful FailuresGrateful FailuresGrateful
Grateful Father FatheiTelis Tells of ofCURE ofCURE ofs ofCURE
U It gives me great pleasure p1ea8 re to expressmy express expressxnr I
my deep gratitude grati ude in appreciation apprecia ion of Jf
> ene enethat
that the Cuticura Soap
Ointment and Resolvent Resolventdid
did my little boy He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had an awful rash all alloTer allOTer allover
oTer his body and tho thodoctor thodoctor thedoctor
doctor said it was eczema eczemaIt eczemaIt eczemaIt
It was terrible and used usedto usedto usedto
to water awfully Any Anvplace Anyplace
place lace the water wont it ftwould itwould
would would form another sore soreand soroand soreand
and it would become becomecrusted beoomocrusted becomecrusted
crusted A score or more morephysicians morephysicians
physicians failed utterly utterlyand utterlYnod utterlyand
and dismally in their theirefforts theirefforts theirefforts
efforts to remove the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble Then I wts we told toldto toldto toldto
to use the Cutiouraome Cutiouraomedies Cutioura rtemedles rteme aemedies
dies I got a cake C Ke of
Outicura Soap a box of Oint Ointment ¬
ment and a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent Resolventand ReBnlventand Reolventand
and before we had used half the Resolv Resolvent Re Resolyent olv olvent ¬
ent I could see a change in him In Inabout Inabout Inabout
about two wo months he was entirely well wellWhen wellWhen wellWhen
When people see him now they ask askWhat askf askWhat
f What did you get et to cure your baby babyand babyand babyand
and all we can can say say is f It was was the Cuti Cuticura Cuticum Cutcorn ¬
cum Remedies So in us Cuticura will willalways wiUways willalways
always ways have firm and warm friends friendsGeorge friendsGaorj friendsGeorge
George F Lambert 139 West Centre CentreSt CentreSt
St Mahano Mahanoy City Pa September 26 26and 26and 26and
and November November 4 1907 1907MILLIONS 1907JtIILLIONS 07 07MILLIONS
Rely on Cuticura Remedies RemediesMillions Remedie5Millions RemediesMillions
Millions of the worlds best be t people peo le use USACuticura useCuttcura useCuticura
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment Ointmentassisted Ointment8B5i Ointmentassisted
8B5i assisted ted when necessary7 necessary by Cutioura CutiouraResolvent CutlouraRe6ohent CutiouraResolvent
Resolvent liquid or pills for preserv preservfor preeerving preservins
ins purifying and beautifying the skin skinfor skinfor
for eczemas irritations and inflamma inflammations m infiammations amma ammatiOD8 ¬
tions for cleansing the scalp seal > of crusts crustsscales crustsand crustsscales
scales and dandruff and the ho stopping stoppingeeptic stoppingoi
oi fallinG faliin hair for baby rashes itchln itchlnand is isand
and ha ngs and many sanative anti antlI antiseptic
I septic purposes which readily suggest suggestthemselves suggestthemselves suggestthemselves
themselves to women women as well as for all allthe allthe allthe
the purposes pu es of the toilet bath and andnursery andnursery andnursery
nursery Guaranteed absolutely ab olutely pure pureCuueitfa pureJ pureterra
terra Soap r25e J > Ointment < 50c Resolvent ResolventcSOrj RosolYealot I J JhmThMJt
cSOrj lot and Cboeotete coated PMs rae > are told toldhrmvhmit col colhrrhnutthp
hrmvhmit hrrhnutthp the world Iottf lottfrDn PotterDrntChecitbrp PotterDrntChecitbrpS r Drue dc Chem Corp Corpvw Centl
S > > e i vw u ig TT hrthns unl > ii Arc Boston BostoneariUUed BostonrsllUed
l > eariUUed Fret Cuttcur i Book ok oa SJLa bk a 1 rUiiaatii
11IO00 a8000p In Tarnow Galicia This Is the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time known kno n that a woman lawyer lawyerever lawyerever lawyerever
ever received permission perml ston to direct legal legalproceeding legalpr legalproceeding
proceeding pr edlngk hi another country countryMrs contryMrs countryMrs
Mrs Mayer graduated graduatodtrom from tlje law lawschool lawschool lawschool
school of New York Unlveislty Universityand and has hassince hassince hassince
since appeared In both State Siateand and am Fed Federal Federal Federal ¬
eral courts courtsOne courtOne courtsOne
One of her grown rown sons Is also an at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney in this city cityCIV citySIX citySIX
Lawn Fete Receipts Devoted Devotedto
to Camp Good Will WillPlan WillPlan j jPlan
Plan PlanSix
Six little girls irls rls Helen Adams Mar Margaret Margaret Margaret ¬
garet Fishburn Janetand Janet and Doris LittleIsabel Little 1 1Tsefbet
Isabel 15 beT Middleton and Louise Steinberg Steinbergsent
I sent i30 30 to Treasurer Andrew Parker Parkerof
of the summer outings committee the theproceeds theproceeds theproceeds
proceeds of a lawn party given by the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little girls slrlsTho girlsTho girlsTho
Tho letter which bIen accompanied the theI thodonation thedonation
I donation stated that the young ladle ladlewanted Indlelwanted ladleswanted < <
wanted the money used to send tired tiredmothers tiredmothers tiredmothers
mothers and sick ick people p pe ple on trolley rides ridesand ridesand ridesand
and poor children to tr t Camp Good Will WHLThe WillThe ilL ilLThe
The other contrbutions received to todate todate todate
date Include IncludeMiss IncludeMiss includeMiss
Miss Annie M Lawrence Lawrence1000 Lawrence1000E 1000 1000B
E V CrlttonCen 200 200Francis 200Francis
Francis R Woller Voll r 300 300CharlE 300Charles 00 00Charles
Charles J March 1000 1000Miss 104Miss
Miss Rosa L Basby 1000 1400Mrs 1000Mrs 1000Mrs
Mrs Elizabeth Cottdert g03 iGMrs 1 + 49 49Mrs I IMrs
Mrs Eliza R Slgsbeo 600 600Alpheus 600Alptous 600Aipheus
Alpheus Davteon Dal8 n 600 640Miss 600lIJas 600Hiss
Miss S H Clark 600 600George 600George 000George
George H Barnes 1000 1000Mrs 1000ltlr8 1004Mrs
Mrs M W Goddard 500 500Clarence 500Clarence 500Clarence
Clarence K Dusseault 40ft 40faGeorge 40ftGeorge 485eorse
George eorse T Dearing 300 300Miss 300t1l86 300Miss
Miss Kate BradlEy 500 500Miss 500MIss 500Miss
Miss Nettle G Bradley 500 500MISSING 600MISSING OO OOMISSING
FifteenYearOld Victim of Wan Wanderlust Wanderlust Wanderlust ¬
derlust Has Been GoneFour GoneFour Gone JqneFour
Four Weeks WeeksBenny WeeksBenny WeeksBenny
Benny Klayman a e fifteenyearold fifteenyearoldvictim fteenyearoldvictim tt 9nyearold 9nyearoldvictim
victim of wanderlust who ho had been ieenmissing beenmissing leenmissing
missing for the last four weeks weekstrom weekstromhis from fromhis fromhis
his home 1207 Seventh street northwest northwestwas
was located this thl mornig in Buffalo N NT NY NY
Y according to a dispatch received at atFelice atPellCe atPollee
Felice Headquarters HeadquartersBenny Re HeadquartersBenny dquarters dquartersBenny
Benny formerly worked as messenger messengerboy me88engerboy messengerboy
boy for the r T stal HIs father how however however however ¬
ever ever insisted ihit th it he give up the job jobana jobanJ jobans
ana anJ help h bh hint in ins inshis his cigar store In InSeventh InSeventh inSeventh
Seventh street MrKlayman Mr Klayman thinks his hisson hisson hisson
son ran away becat becavse se he wanted him to towork towork towork
work in the cigar Clg store He said he hewould hewould hewould
would s send > nd the money to pay his way wayback waybRck wayback
back home
3West est Virginias VirgA ia s Former ormerGov GovCa Gov Govture I Ier
er ernorrWlll t W l1Tryto TrYao Ca ap apture P Ptore
tore ture Trade TradePresident 7radePre TradePresident
President Pre tdent Taft Tact has laid plans for a agreat agreat agreat
great campaign to capture trade in inChina inChina inChina
China ChinaThte ChinaTh ChinaThis
This Th Is J indicated by the fact that for former former former ¬
mer Gov W M O Dawson of West WestVirginia WestVIrginia NestVirginia
Virginia will be commissioned July 1 a acommercial acommercial acommercial
commercial agent to work In the Chi Chinese ChInese Chinose ¬
nese field flel He will be under the De Department Department Department ¬
partment Commerce o of and Labor and andwill
will be sent to China at pace with withlarger withlarger withlarger
larger authority than then is usually given givento
to special aIie faliig agents agentsAs agentsAs nts ntsAJJ
As former governor governor of West Virginia VirginiaMr
Mr Dawsons reports will have much muchprestige muchprestige muchprestige
prestige The selection of a man of his hiscaliber hiscaliber hiscaliber
caliber for this position is indicative of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fact the United States intends to toenter toenter toenter
enter on a new polcy In China Foreign Foreigngovernments Foreigngovernments Foreigngovernments
governments are devoting no end o or at attention attention attention ¬
tention to Studying the Chinese field of oftrade oftradc oftrade
trade with Its vast possibilities The TheAdmlnitratlon TheAdministration i iAdministration
Administration proposes to do like likewise likewise likewise ¬
wise and to develop a e new class of ofcommercial otcommercIal ofcommercial
commercial agents to be attached to tothe tothe tothe
the legation at Peking The same policy policywill polleywill policywill
will be extended to other countries In Inwhich InwhIch inwhich
which large trade possibilities are seen seenThe seenThe seenThe
The Administration also proposes to tostrengthen tostrengthen tostrengthen
strengthen the consuUvr personnel in inChina InChina inChina
China as rapidly as feasible Secretary SecretaryKnox S cretary
Knox will soon name a new man for forMukden forMukden forMukden
Mukden to succeed Willard Straight Straightwho Straightwho Straightwho
who has been retained by the American Americansyndicate Americans Americansyndicate
syndicate s ndlcate which will wHlshare share In the Chi Chinese Chinese ¬
nese loan loanORDER loanORDER
Trace Governor Magoons Edict EdictImposing EdictImposing
Imposing 300000 Payment on onCuba onCuba
Cuba for Spanish Armament ArmamentHAVANA ArmamentHAVANA ArmamentHAVANA
HAVANA June 28 2SIt It was learned to today today today ¬
day that Governor Magoons order for forCuba forCuba forCuba
Cuba to pay 100000 for Spanish can cannon eennon cannon ¬
non which wbi h has caused much dlssatls dlssatlsfactien dlssattstaction dissatisfaction
faction was not known to more than thana
a few officials until after lagoons 1fa oonst departure de departure departure ¬
parture partureThe partureThe partureThe
The order was given to the secretary secretaryof
of state in a sealed envelope and was wasnot W wasnot 3 3not
not opened by that official until several severaldays severaldays severaldays
days after Magoons departure It isunderstood Is Isunderstood IsunderstoOd
understood that the order was Issued Issuedby Issuedby Issuedby
by Maroon Ma oon under explicit Instructions Instructionsfrom Instructionsfrom instructionsfrom
from President Roosevelt It was some sometime somtime some sometime
time before other Cuban officials became becameaware becameaware becameaware
aware of the obligaton thus placed up upon upon upon ¬
on the government governmentFATHER govommontFATHER governmentFATHER
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