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NUMBER 6735 673 Yesterdays Circulation 44235 WASHIKGTCXN 1V SRINGTO MONDAY EVENING JUNE 13 1910 Fourteen Pages PRICE ONE CENT
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60 LOSE LIVES IN INMONTREAL iNFire
MONTREAL BUILDING BUILDINGFire
Fire Following FollowingSweeps Explosion ExplosionSweeps Exp1osionSweeps ExplosionThrough
Sweeps SweepsTRAPPED Through Office Officeof Officeof
of the Herald HeraldVICTIMS HeraldVICTIMS HeraldVICTIMS
VICTIMS COVERED COVEREDWITH COVEREDWITH COVEREDWITH
WITH MOLTEN METAL METALWall METALWall AL ALWall
Wall Collapses When Big Tank TankFalls TankFallsEscape TankFallsEscape
Falls FallsEscape Escape Cut Off From FromComposing FromComposing FromComposing
Composing Room RoomMONTEAL RoomMONTftEAL RoomMONT1tEtL
MONTftEAL MONTEAL June 1IT 1The The Montreal MontrealHerald loIO MoAiroalHerald U aI aItrld
Herald trld banding bull S was destroyed by flr flrtoday An Antoday ltietoday
today with heavy Jtea toes ho of life lifeThis lICeThis lireThis
This afternoon Foreman Fore Taylor Ior oatl Oetimated oatlmated cM cMmated
mated the number of dead la the Herald Heraldcomposing Heraldmpo Heraldcomposing
composing mpo tng room at fiftythree aad the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total number who perished 8IiIIbed in the balM balM1ns bulldfnJ building
1ns Is thought to exceed sixty The Thehospitals Thehosplta Thehnepltale
hospitals are crowded The sorfowsly sorfowslyhurt aorto eertoayhurt l1 l1Imrt
hurt according to the police OI1ee number numbermore numHrmore numberMoro
more than twenty twentyTwelve tv8fttyTwel twentyTwelve
Twelve Twel ve bodI bodies meet mo t of o them charred charredbeyond c charredbeyond arred arredyond
beyond yond recognition have Jt 0 been taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from the rains rainsA ru ruA raiseA
A big water teak on the roof oaueed oaueeda IIMQ IIMQa
a wall to collapse coli and a gasolene oxploslon ex explosion exr108lon ¬
plosion followed setting Are to the thestructure tMftructure thestructure
structure The low will exceed eaXFlames lM lMFlam66 eaX IlfatlODFlamee >
Flames Spread Rapidly RapidlyThe RapidlyThe
The Are spread Jll lNd with oUlt great rapidity rapidityand rapidityand rapidityand
and by the time apparatus was 6n 6nhand Onhand Anhand
hand the entire block was as thraateaeC thraateaeCand t threateaecand rtenei rteneiand
and It appeared as if the Sautes would wouldwipe wouldwIpe wouldv
wipe v 1pe out a large sectionof Mellon or the bueiaees huMseeedistrict u lae laeIjstrlct
district 3 strict between St James street and andtin andt1tc Ad
tin river riverEvery dyerEvery riverEvery
Every Bit of apparatus in the city eU wasCalled wu wucalled wuaUM
called into play and the hospitals pltaltl pltaltla we weadvised wets wetsadvised
advised a rlsed when the seriousness of tjie are arebecame Arel Arebecame
became l came apparent to be In readiness readlne to toreceive torflve toreceive
receive the injured The ambulanceswere ambulances ambulanceswere
were marshaled about the building buildingMany buildingMany buildingMany
Many person were Injured sad 841 firemen fire firemen AremJl ¬
men keeled over from smoke in thebuilding the thebuilding thebuilding
building from the beginning begtnni begtnniThe
The rolls of paper stored < < eel in the base basement b8semt basement ¬
ment mt > nt of the newspaper plant gave off offease 011Ilse a aease
ease Ilse acrid smoke and chemicals in inti fAe isa
ti e etching room added to 0 the fume fumeMelten r rMelten fvrmeMolten
Melten Metal on Victims VictimsThe VictimsTl1e VictimsThe
The weight fNI bt o of the machine MBtttham MBttthamcrushing eeet ljtll ljtllC1shi theist theistCt
Ct crushing C1shi < < shing through UI the frame e of eCb the thebuilding thebuilding
building b u i ding as the tb support were eaten oatenaway eatena eatenaway
away a ay A treat mass of molten moltenrn tipsinstal type typerrKal
rrKal rn rat was s spilt over a 8 part of the de tieins delrj del
ins lrj l ri and is believed to have covered coveredborne coveredI coveredbonne
borne I > ome of the victims victimsFalling victimF victimsFalling
Falling F > llIrc telegraph and telephone wire wireadled wiresailed Ie Iea
a ailed It > d to the danger and greatly hampcrt ham hampered ¬
pcrt pered > d the fire fighters fightersThe lightersThe rightersThe
The fire attracted attr cttd a vast crowd and and5e andE
5e e E police had difficulty In handling handJt the
tnrongrs t < Tongs tOn s that Jammed Victoria square
dIrectly in front of the building and andevery andeHT andevery
every eHT street In the vicinity
ASHORE ASHORETWENTY ASHORETWENTY
TliTYiIDE TWENTY ARE LOST LOSTBritish LOSTBritish LOSTBritish
British Ship Wrecked on onReef onReefSome onReefSome
Reef ReefSome Some of Pas Passengers Passengers Passengers
sengers Saved SavedFORT SavedFORT SavedFORT
FORT DE FRANCE Xartiirique rU lque June Ttl1WI1
1 32 The British schooner Royal Sever Sovereign Severelgn ¬ I Ielgn
elgn was wrecked on a reef near here heretilay heret
tilay tilaySome t < Clay ldarSome ClaySome I
Some of the passengers and JNl crew C ew were werecaved werecaved I
caved a Hd but it is believed the dead wilt wiltDumber willi willLitunber
Dumber at least a score score35ie aoofeiIr I
35ie it iIr ° tie e vessel 1 18 s a total Iw IwWE loss lossWEATHER lossWEATHER
WEATHER WE THER REPORT REPORTlYith
Pith 1 ith the exception of showers during urln urlnthp
the last twentyfour hours Ours throughout throughoutti thro t
eiP t ti P Atlantic States and the lower lake laker JakeIPgi lakerig
r IPgi rig sjn jn and a at a few scattered points in In1ftro
th tlir iToclcy L achy mountain JD unWn region the weath weather ¬
C er r WMS falrdurins < < Sunday and Sunday Sundaynight StmdayIi Sundayight
Ii night I ight ht throughout Ute country Heavy Heavyjocal HvyIal Heavyr
jocal r cal rains occurred in the South Atlan Atlantic AtlantiC Atlantic ¬
tic State and on the middle lddle Atlantic Atlantice Atlanticcast
e cast castDuring aat aatDuring a t
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During tonight toui < < bt and Tuesday the thevather the1ather theis
vather is aher will be generally JreneraUyrair Valr fair east o oe of ofte I It
t te e Mississippi river except rxce t that show showers showC bowI bowIs ¬
C ers rs s will continue in the South Atlantic Atlanticpiates Atlanticsates
sates 1 tes and an tonight in southern Virginia VirginiaTlie VIrlnJThe VirginiaThe
The temperature F will rise tonight t t in iftth
tho th lp upper Onto rattey site ratteyth y T TI neadaty = fA fAt
t th h Middle 11 J dIe Atlantic Stat StatFORECAST StateFORECAST States StatesroRHCAST
FORECAST POR THE r DISTRICT DISTRICTPartly DISTRICTPartly DISTRICTPartly
Partly cloudy cloud tonight t tpsdg st t Tuesday T fai faiar f tah tahII Jr Jrcp1 r
cp1 II ar pl i warmer warmerllght light bt variable windsT1lh1siPRRATURK winds windsTBACPJERATUItB wbIdaJlKATURJI
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SUN TABLEq TABLE TASUSpu
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Fun un sets 7 7TIP 733 733TIDB
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CONDITION CO DTION OF THE T7ATKR T7ATKRHARPERS T TTATEBiTARPFRS lA TEB TEBHARPFRS
HARPERS FERRY V V Va June IS I
Potomac very err muddy mU4id and u4 thenand tatenamloah Heacloaklittle 1
little muddy that th morning wornimrVery mornlnVery morningVery
Very Pretty Mantels for 300 Apiece ApieceFraak ApiecePrqk ApieceFrank
Frank Li Li1Iej bey Co 6th N Y Ave
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ROUTE FROM NEW YORK
TO PHILADELPHL
CHARLES L K HAMILTON HAMILTONIt
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CHARLTONS COAT COATIS
IS FOUND IN LAKE LAKEFishermen LAKEFishermen
Fishermen Identify Garment GarmentAs
As One Worn By Miss Missing Missing Missing ¬
ing Husband HusbandCOMO
COMO June IS 1SA A atartlfcvt Jtart discovery discoverythat di discoverythat covery coverythat
that tends to confirm the theory th ry that thatPorter thatPorter thatPorter
Porter Chariton was also a1 o killed by thesass the theassassin theof
sass assassin h of his wife came C Jne to light JI ht white whitethe wltll wltllthe whilethe
the lake Iak was being dragged dra ed today todayPart todayPrt a aPfrt
Part of a mans coat was liaised up upnear UPMAr upnear
near the tb spot t where the trunk contain1n contain containing oontaJnIn ¬
In ing Mrs Charltons body was found foundThe fouBelThe foundThe
The fishermen who 110 discovered it de declared decIar1d dedared ¬
dared bat j they had seen Chariton Charitonwear Charltonwr Charitonwear
wear th the < garment which was badly torn tornSecond tornStCond tornSecond
Second Trunk Disappeared DisappearedThe
The disappearance d aappearance ppeat1u of a second trunk trunkwas trunkwa trunkwas
was wa revealed today by another thor thorough tb thorough r rOUGft ¬
ough search of the villa aod a closeexamination close closeexamination c cexamlnatIon
examination of those who helped install installthe lnatantho installthe
the couple here as a well as the pro proprietor pr0prietor proprietor ¬
prietor of the Hotel Suizze where they theystayed theystayed theystayed
stayed before Icpolatoft arranged tohave to tohave toMe
have them rent the villa after they hadbeen had hadbeen hadbeen
been asked to leave the hotel because becauseof Deeu e i iot
of thlr quarrelingThe quarreling quarrelingThe i
The second trunk from the descrip description description ¬
tion secured by the police is similar similarto milal milalto
to the one in which the womans body bodywag bodywa bodywas
wag wa found founda a large theatrical trunk trunkof trunkof I Iof
of a make considered a standard among amongtravelers amoRgtra8ler amon amontravelers g
travelers in the th United States StatesThe StatMThe StatenThe
The mystery my tery took a new turn when whenthe whenthe whe whethe n
the pollee authorities gave the order orderfor ordertor ordefor r
for a hunt for the dead womans re s rs
Jewelry bellevjn believing that if this could be b e rf
found they would be b i2 a n i fair way of ofsolving o osolving f
solving lYing the mystery The Jewelry foand f fob d
ia the possession on of the Russian Ru stan on his hisarrest hisarrest hisarrest
arrest was today compared closely clo ely with withthat withremaining
that thatCharlton remaining In In the gem < < em box of Mrs
Charlton While the police refused retu ed to toannounce toannounce t tan 0 0was
announce an n o unce the result definitely definItei < < it was
learned from one of the Investigators investigate investigatethat
that the Russians rings corresponded correspondedexactly corr08pondede
exactly e tly in size tze with those tho e known to have hav e
I belonged to Mrs 111 Chariton CharitonThink CharltonT1 CharitonThink
Think T1 nk Chariton Is Dead DeadWhile DeadWhile DeadWhile
While Consul M Caughy stoutly up UJ
holds the theory that Porter Chariton Charitonwas Charltswas n
was IUS done away with at the same dm dmthat time timethat timethat N
that his wife was killed the police polaofollowed have havefollowed e eoIlow
followed oIlow up every clue that might lend lendto letidto 1e t tto d
to his aDDrehenslon 3DDrthen Ion should he be alive live liv e de
The ISnxltsh police have been beenaeked asked
for cooperation following the report o of Ie f
the Switzerland authorities thut Chart
ton was believed 1 Yed to have been seen in 1
Genoa and a 1 left for Knadand
Every vessel y 1 leaving lesvln = a European port per t
for America in 1n being searched for the th e te
husband h b d who o 1 111 technically a fugitive
It was learned today that information informationof Informatioof n
of great Importance in the case c so had h
been obtained by the police from th thContinued the theContinued theContinued e
Continued on Firth Page
TRIAL COMMENCED COMMENCEDIN
IN BRIBERY CASE CASERepresentative CASELee
i Representative RepresentativeTRIAL Lee ONeil ONeilBrowne ONeilBrowne
Browne Brought to the theBar theBar theBar
Bar In Illinois IllinoisCHICAGO IllinoisCHICAGO IllinoisCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 13 13Jud 13Judge Judge e 11IcSsrelys McSure McSurelys XeSurelys
lys courtroom was packed to the thedoors thedoors thedoors
doors today at the opening of themost the themost themost
most important and spectacular politi political political poutcal ¬
cal trialof trial of a generation in Chicagothat Chicago Chicagothat Chicagothat
that of Representative Lee OXeil OXeilBrowne O ONeilBrowne en enBrowne
Browne charged chrg d with bribery in the theelection theeJectIon theelection
election of Senator Lorinter LorinterThe LoriJIMrThe LorimerThe
The opening addresses addre ea by States At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Wayman and TV S Forrest Forre t for forthe forthe
the defense were over by 11 oclock oclockand oclockand oclockand
and Representative Repre entatlve Charles Char A White Whitewhose Whitehose Whitewhose
whose hose confession confe lon opened up the whole wholemess wholemess
mess of legislative corruption took tookthe tookthe
the stand as the first witness witnessThe wltne wltneThe witnessThe
The sinsatlon sms tlon of the trial willcome willcomein will ill come comeIn comein
in the testimony of Representative RepresentativeGeorge Repre RepresentativeGeorge entathe entatheGeor
George Geor e W Meyers of Paris 111 who whotestified whotestifted whotestified
testified in secret before the regular regulargrand rigulrgrand regulargrand
grand jury last Thursday Tbuna lay It wasrumored was wasrumored wasrumored
rumored that the witness had a new newbribery ne nebribery newbribery
bribery story to tell tellRepresentative tellRepresentathe tellRepresentative
Representative White hlte was 88 taken to tothe tothe tothe
the criminal courts building bundln by a de detective dettctiV detective ¬
tective an hour before the oPoDI opening of ofthe ottle ofthe
the trial Soon after Representatives RepresentativesH Represent ves vesA I IH
H J T C Seckmeyer and Michael S SLink S
Link two Democratic legislators who whoconfeseed whoconfeseod whoconfessed
confessed were taken into the States Statesattorneys Statesattorneys
attorneys office officePUTIN I IpITTMAN
PUTIN ILL FACE FACEMoved i iTRIAL i
TRIAL a A T MANAGUA I IMoved
Moved Secretly From Blue Bluefields Bluefields
fields Bluff BluffEstrada Estrada De Demands Demands ¬
mands New Republic RepublicBLTJ1T
BrtJE1 BLUE IELDS = 00 June UWDllam 12 William P PPlttmrn PIlltma
Plttmrn PlttW > D the Boston man captured capturedthe by bythe bythe
the army rmy of o Madriz has been seared searedtaktt seoretly seoretlytakon MereUytakcl1 y
takon to Managua from Bhtenelds Bluff Bluffto Bluffto
to stand trial He was the director of ofmines oCmines o omines
mines for the Insurgent army armyGeneral arRaYGeneral
General Estrada today issued Is ued an officlal of official 0 ¬
ficial statement demanding a new repub
lie In eastern Nicaragua and outlining
the theboundaI7 theboundaI7I boundary boundaryf 1
I
f
t
LAST SHOTS J FIRED FIREDIN
IN BALLINGER CASE CASEBriefs
Briefs Filed By Three ThreeLawyers ThreeLavyers ThreeLawyers
Lawyers Bristle With WithVituperation WithVituperation VithVituperation
Vituperation VituperationParting
I
Parting Psrtln < < shots against apn t Secretary of the theInterior tMInterior theInterior
Interior Ballinger on tbe one hand and andL andL
1 L R Gtavis Qiflord Pinchot James R RGr1tekl R RGaarfiesld
Garfleld and the conservationist co were wereexchanged wereexchanged ere ereexcbDled
exchanged through the medium of three threestocky threestocky threestocky
stocky volumes filed today t with the Bal BalItngerPlnchot Ba1Ji BaltiradesPfnchot
ItngerPlnchot Ji erPtnehot Congressional Congre monl InvesstbEsating investigat investigating Ia ¬
ing committee representing Pt1Dg the briefs of ofcounsel orcounael o ocounsel r
counsel on bin b < ift sides sidesThe aidelrThe sidesThe
The 1 1uodd ltoo 6od4l < id pages of the doeumenu doeumenubristle doeUIneftbibrtatle is
bristle with the same me sort of vituperatloa vitupera vituperation vttnperatlOR ¬
tion that marked the trial from start startto startto startto
to finLih The committee I te asked ked to re rei resnl regird
i gird I I R R Glavte the former formeragent field atdacent
j agent as a patriot by Attorney It T TBrandete DBraDcIe D
Brandete s or a 8 traitor and a snake snakei snakebY snakeby
i by Attorney Att rnq Vertrees Gifford Piachol Piacholas Ptnc Ptncas
as the zealous advocate of o good govern government governmeet ¬
ment by Attorney Attonte Pepper andaihcoasplrator and an anaeonconspirator anaPGheoILJpIltor
aeonconspirator seeking Melt to destroy de destrw destrwthe troy troytho y
the good OOd tame of a Cabinet officer b by y
Attorney Vertrees VertreesExtracts VertreesExtracts VertreesExtracts
Extracts From Briefs BriefsIn B efs efsIn
In our opinion the record amply y
discloses Mr Ballingers knowledge knowledgeof e
of the situation and shows his hos ¬
tility to the peoples interests and his hisoooperatlon hIsoooperaUon hiscooperation
oooperatlon with the private special
Interests which were and are JJtrhlng strivln g
to take the ro ree les e x property In vIola
lion of 1 law strict from Brandef
brief briefr
briefWhatever
Whatever may lOa be the form or theIr
tSl r the committees hmitKeieS mitKeieS v vtSl reP report ° r w we trust
that they h will 111 r record cord their definite
conviction that the
immediate care of o
ine the pHbllS public d domain < > nai is now in unsafe e
hands handsExtract Extract from Peppers brief j
hIt It te no idle thing to assail U the char
acter of a n member n ber of the Cabinet H He
Is one n of f Ute ° e advisers ad dvi vl8ers ere of the President
and dishonorable conduct his
on pa part
not on only y brings disgrace to him as anTn an jn
dlvidual but reproach upon the Government Govern Government Goyernment ¬
ment of the Republic itself lt elt Consequent Consequentlightly t
11 such an IlccuaaUon ought not to be
lightly brought brought There ought surely to
be substantial sub tanUaI grounds Here it may be be
asserted there are absolutely none This Th b
prosecution is cruel an and it fa I ba base e
JeAExtract less Bxtract from Vertreas brief briefDwells brierDwells briefDwells
Dwells on Consipracy Charge ChargeTho Ch ChargeThe ge geTho
Tho above are the three summaries o of ofthe ofthe f
the widely divergent views which the thecommittee thecommittee
committee must mu t consider considerAttorney eoD8NerAttorney considerAttorney
Attorney Vertrees dwelt coadderablon considerably considerablyon y
on the th conspiracy con pIracy which he declared declaredwas declaredWM mistier I Iwag
was being belR engineered ct agaiMt a Baltteger Balttegerby BalU Ba Baby 6 er erby
by Piachot Giavis and ad Gwfield Aeld At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Popper P pper declares such an accuse accusaContinued accu accuseContinued a aContinued
Continued on Third Page
COLONEL CGLdLBOOSEHT CGLdLBOOSEHTCouncils t ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTTALKS
TALKS IN STEERAGE STEERAGECouncHs
Councils Immigrants on Du Duties Duties Diities ¬
ties of Citizenship Ci tizenshipSfill CitizenshipWillHold tizenshipSfillHold Wtll WtllHold
Hold Reception ReceptionOX Recept ReceptON l lON
ON BOARD BC JtD STEAMSHIP SIEAJI iIUP KAXSKRIX KAXSKRIXAUGUST XAJSBJtnAUGUSI EASRIIAUGUSTu
AUGUST O VICTORIA June 18 13By 13ByWtreln 13ByWireless By ByWireless
Wireless via Cookhaven Cookbavlrelad Ireland Jun Jun13Watted June JunelIWalted e
11 lIWalted Watted on by Itya a committee of his hisfellowpassengers hiateno1Pee hisfellowpassengers
fellowpassengers teno1Pee r Theodore Boos Hooeevelt BeeMvelt Boosvolt
velt today promised that before beforeCaierta the theKalseria theKalMrla
Kalseria reached stew ew York he 8 would wouldhold wouldbot wouldhold
hold bot a reception in order that all the thepassengers thenpra tII tIIpassengers e
passengers npra might pt have the opportun opportunity opportunIty ¬
ity ty to meet t himIr him himMr himKr
Mr Jteos Rssovett v lt spent t much 1ICIa time U ties 1 1his in inhis InJahi n
his cabin today writing writha < < Thethat The reason reasonthat reIIOatJaat
that be did not conduct services NrVJ yes yesterday yeeterday yesterday ¬
terday was that there wereclergymen were two twoclergymen twodel1ymea
clergymen aboardtbe aboard the Ret Re Dr Lor Loria lAraes Loren
es en ia of New York and theRev the the Rev Dr Drcongregation DrPhilips DrPhilips
Philips of Binghamton N Y AaIr AaIrcon A dal dalcongregation r
congregation con ptlon attended the ser serfachtding service serviceincluding IlelviceIIIDdu O °
including IDdu t g Kermit and d Xr Roosevelt RooseveltThe ROOMftltThe RooseveltThe
The former President ident appeared restlees root rootless rMtleBII ¬
less during the long sermon of t tRev the theRev theRev
Rev Dr Philips Dr Loren Lo as in islaborate an anelaborate antl
elaborate tl e rate prayer for all ashore chore bore and andaboard andaboard ad ane I Iaboard
aboard mentioned especially the thegreat uegreat th thgreat e
great one in our midst midstColonel mldatColonel
Colonel Roosevelt a tended tea dad mass mesathe in inthe I Ithe
the steerage t ce on Sunday Sun Sunda afternoon and andand andb
briefty b efy addrelllled the 1 1N RusatanIUMI Russian Russianand
and Pole immigrants wotleolBlDt welcomingthem welcoming welcomingthem < <
t them em to America and urging them to t tconform j jconform
conform to requirements > of good clti cltlsensblp ciUdeaship i ifcerpreter
sensblp The priest acted as hi his in interpreter interpreter
terpreterLater terpreter fcerpreterLater
Later he addressed a gathering of ofGermans ofGermans o oGermans f
Germans following religious services servicesin
in the sex se01Ni > nd cabin satinBongo cabinBongo
Bongo U betterhich Better The severe vere attack attackof t k
of Mmalderaer msldemarEthel which overcame Miss MissEthel M Mt Mof
Ethel l Roosevelts canine pet present presentto presented presentedto ed
to the daughter of the former t4 l1lMJr Presi President PrNIdent President ¬
dent Just before she sailed has giv givwas given givenwar clvenw
war w to the remedies administered adll al tered by bythe byue
the ecloneL ecloneLThe C ocloiseldo L LTite
T The Ta dog do + took t his constitutional to today p ¬
day with wtt his hi muzzle uule closely eI y snuggled snuggledagainst SIUI snuggledagainst gted gtedthe
against the colonels striped > > t > 1p trouser troueerSince trou trouserl trouserStave er
1
Since ince the party came on board boardEUtels boardEUtelspet Stheis Stheispet ablelspet
pet ha hAs attracted more attention than thanany thanJUly
any member of the party outside of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the ralg mi < < tty hunter hunterAftermath hunterAftermath heaterAftermath
Aftermath of SpeechLb3 Speech SpeechLONDON S ec1t ec1tLONDON
LONDON Lb3 ly0 June M 1JTheodoro Theodore Reese Reesereps R RveHs Rvelts
reps Guildhall speech on Egypt E pt had JaadattenPth a aaftermath as
aftermath m the house of commons COIIIe COIIIeday to today ¬
day when Foreign Minister 1aJMer Grey reply replying rePlyIng replylug ¬
ing at an interpelatJon declared that thatthere t thatthere t tthere
there was Uno no grave JtnL ye disagreement eement be between between between ¬
tween the government J8Vernm nt and Sir Etdon EtdonGorst EhIonGo EldonCoiet
Gorst Go M regarding the Egyptian adminis administration admu s st ¬
ration trationThe t rationThe
The government he declared sac tilt thegreatest th thgreatest tiltJi1eate
greatest Ji1eate t confidence < < in Sir Sldon Thetarsiga The Theforeign Theturelgn
foreign minister mJnl ter declared that there was wasaoWn wasfathltag
aoWn la the Roosevelt speeeh te SUb SUb8At
goof 8At a break between the government J8Vemmentand gevernmentand
and Gorst GaretFORMER GorstFORMER GonatFORltER
FORMER PRESIDENT PRESIDENTWILL PRESIDENTWILL PRESLDENTWILL
WILL BE SALUTED
When Col Theodoiv Itooeevelt tO eyelt ar arrives uIi artivea ¬
rives Ii oi off quarantine Friday evening eveninghe evealaghe
he will receive the booming nlute ute of oftwentyone oftweat7otte oftwentyOne
twentyone guns uns front the South Caro Carolina CaroU CaroLisa ¬
Lisa U the t 8 newest type of fighter h the thenavy UteBvy thenavy
navy which Whlchhe J be e did so much ueb to en envelop C1veJop Cevelop ¬
velop velopThe veJopn1e velopThe
President Pre8ld nt tho
The other day re requested req1 ¬
quested q1 ted Secretary o of the Navy Meyer Meyerto
to do all he could to have ba Ye a naval navaldenMnwtration na navaldemonstration val valtrt1on
demonstration trt1on to > be a part of thecolonels the thecolonel theeolrfll
colonel welcome home hom Mr Meyer Meyerfound MeyerfouD4lthat Meyerfound
found fouD4lthat that nearly all of the t Atlantic Atlanticfleet Atlaaticfteet Atlanticfleet
fleet had been ordered back to the thevarious thevarious
various navy yards YtUd for repairs to totheir totbeir tothen
their boilers and an other machinery ery
It was found poeetbie tO 8fbl however to tonave tohaye tohave
nave the South CMoII Carolina accom accompanied aceompanled ¬
pealed by five destroyers ateajn up upto UPt
to t the New York harbor hzo1t r front the Nor Norfolk NoIfolk ¬
folk navy yard y a and aa this will w I be done doneThe clooeThe
The Dolphin will also join the wel welcome welcomc we wecome ¬
come comeThe comcThe comeThe
The regulation la that a former formerPresident forrPreident
President shall have the salute of oftwentyone oftwentyone oftwentyone
twentyone guns
IS STOPPED STOPPEDIN
IN WONDERFUL FLIGHT FLIGHTTO FLIGHTTO
TO OBThlN OBT IN MORE ISO E FUEL FUELI
I Flies In Aeroplane From New York to Philadelphia Philadelphiaon
on Regular Schedule and Is Forced to Descend Descendat
at Perth Amboy on Return Trip TripAHEAD TripAHEAD TripAHEAD
AHEAD OF FAST TRAIN IN PART OF TRIP TRIPEffort TRIPEffort TRIPEffort
Effort to Beat Paulhans Record for Distance Prevent Prevented Prevented ¬
ed When Success Seemed Almost in Sight After AfterHaving AftertJaving AfterHaving
Having Completed Greater Part of Journey JourneyNEW
NEW YORK June 13 i3C1Iar1es Charles t K K Hamilton I miIkJn the most i iatepid iatepidaviator iafarpdaviator tr trtvDtor
aviator = the world has yet known was today forced f + o di to foRt forego an oppor cpportmiiy opportunity oppartunity ¬
tunity to establish a worlds record for crosscooofay cio aooaFry pi Sgiit fit wfcen kat he hewas hewas bewas
was compelled to alight at Perth Amboy N J on Us is way bide front fawia fi Il
a 3 round trip from New York to PhaaddpWa Pbilar because bec se of a scascfcY xa r of offtid offuel offnd
fuel
FIRST HALF OF TRIP SUCCESSFUL SUCCESSFULHatttea SUCCESSFULHlBltWNi SUCCESSFULAadfia
Hatttea bad suceedded ia fyteg fyteglalaad 1ftiIIaIIt a atop 9rose tr trIaJBd ro 6 ra rs rsIsland
Island to Philadelphia in recor recorthe reeord time sea a SGt 56 alias aa Ler Mr Mrthe fc fcwe
the distance di taDee of eightysix miles
u
HOUSE HOUSEGRANDFATHER 1 RECOGNIZES RECOGNIZESGRANDFATHER
GRANDFATHER LAW LAWSeats LIWSeats
Seats Representative Es Estopinal Estopinal EstoPinal
topinal Over Republican RepuWkanCandidates RepttblicanCandidates RepublicanCandidates
Candidates Protest ProtestThe
I ITbe
The House Committee CGMuolltt l on Elections today to today today ¬
day presented M I l ted to the House Bou BoudartDs reports de declaring doelating ¬
elating that Representative Joseph f fOCoanetl 7YCannell POCOIUMIJ
OCoanetl of 0 the Tenth Massachusetts Massachusettsdistrict IcIt IcItcH8trtct fasscbusettddbtr1ct
district and Representative IhlU e tattn Albert Albeittrlct AlbertAtopmal Albertof
Atopmal of tile l I1nt Lotdsiatna T 11 11trlet din dintract
tract ar are entitled to bold their tIIeIPaN asap asapand ieland
and that tb tiN respective 1eIIpeC eewtert eeatMtag a ntet broo ht htafr t tagilnt
afr agilnt fnat them are not valid vaUdOConnell uL
I
rtro OThmaell WM elect eJectTer fleeted
e ed ever Ter Jl J Ctelrin ttMn D by a majority Jodty of
4 v rotes te tu Th The House HO Committee de declares ¬
dares oIal that It nn4e aet nothing othia Ia < < to justify 1
tfc tba niweeUn nnser ef e s sir tTCOmh OfCtauOX L Th Thfrom Ebe 1M1t
It9r 1t eirtrr tJT from Lewisbuw Lhd Lhdete was wastecetHrbv tane
e tecetHrbv ete < < bsrabost about 1U 11 IlNI M majority ha ov over r
his Repiitllcaa Repu Re p utcaa caa opponemt at Warssoth Warssothwho Warowho W arntoth
who attacked the constitatioaallty of ofthe ofthe
the election on account of the u grand ¬
father clause In the Tjouslana consti constitution cot constttat3on t1 t1tton ¬
tution tton which disfranchises negro votTIIe vot roters votTbe
ers ersThe The Have Committee holds that 4k the
Louisiana courts hare held this law lawto Jawto lawto
to 6t constitutional and ad that it doesnot does doesnot doeeaot I
not dtire to go into the matter at atthis Atthhl atthis
this sad For this hl reason Mr lr Esto Estopiaal Eatop1aal
piaal credentials are accepted acceptedKITCHENER aeeeptedIiTCHENER
KITCHENER RESIGNS RESIGNSCOMMAND RE IGNS IGNSCOMMAND
COMMAND IN EGYPT EGYPTAttention EGYPTAttention
Attention Attel > xi ou Attracted to Act Because Becauseof
of Roosevelts Guildhall GuildhallSpeech GaiJdbaUSpeech
Speech SpeechLONDON SpeechLONDON
LONDON June U UTtNI Tbe The government governmenttoday governmenttoday t I
today accepted the resignation tioa of Lord LordKitchener LenIr LardKitchener I
Kitchener as asMediterranean la htspcter peeter general ot tIIIe tIIIeJledltelllMaa theMediterranean
Mediterranean forces War Secretary SecretaryHaklane 9ea etas etasHaldane I IHaIdaae j j
Haklane announced ia the house of ofcommons ofcommoss
commons that Kitchener did didtlae not not desbe desbethe sea JIB JIBthe I
the post and that the government JrOV had hadreluctantly ad adreluctantly
reluctantly accepted ed the resignation resignationThe re ignadoa ignadoaThe P
The Mediterranean statiea sta ee embraces embracesthe embracesthe V1Ivc = 1
the command of the troops troopeta x in Xgypt XgyptThe > 7pL
The resignation is attracting more than thanunusual t1Iaaunuaual tlraaunusual
unusual Interest t because be < aUM of TheodoreRoosevelts Theodore TheodoreHooeeveifs TIIecMIoNRooeveJt I
Hooeeveifs Guildhall speech speechVIRGINIA speechVIRGINIA
VIRGINIA JUDGEELOPES JUDGE JUDGEELOPES JUDGEELOPES
ELOPES AND WEDS
Marries Member of Prominent ProminentWealthy ProminentWealthy ProminentWealthy
Wealthy Family of ofTennessee ofr
1 Tennessee TennesseeBRISTOL TennesseeBR1STOL TennesseeBRISTOL
BRISTOL Va June Jua < e 1J 1IJI5 Judge J 4Orr V VOrr t tOrr
Orr of f Joneevlile Va a prominent prominentVirginia prominentVirginia MOInttlrgiBla
Virginia Jurist eloped elot ed to Bristol Bri tol last lastaight Ja lastnight t tRigbt
night with Mrs Olivia Xorrteon a amember ar amember
member r of a prominent pro and wealthy wealthyfamily wJt1Qfa1ly wealthyfaaily
family of o Cumberland Gap a Teas TennThey TfIIULT1tey TeasThey
They were married at the Tin Top
Hotel by Rev M P Cart Caria pastor JMWtwState of ofState f fState
State Street S rt Methodist lIet o4lat church art ardwill artm acdwill
will m go to the U bridegrooms home OIIM to today toda today ¬
day da dayJudge
daJudle Judge err rr i8 a awe wealthy t y dudes of ofVirginia ofVlrgl ofVirginia
Vlrgl Virginia and well known as 8 ajawyur ajawyurand aawyerr aawyerrand r r8td
and Jurist JuristDICKINSON juri juristDICKINSON L LDICKINSON
DICKINSON VISITS VISITSSOUTH VISITSSOUTH VISITSSOUTH
SOUTH AND WEST WESTBarbecue WESTBarbecue WESTBarbecue
Barbecue At Old Home of Gen GenAndrew G GciiAndrew iJ iJAndrew
Andrew Jackson to Be Given Givenfor Givenfor I
for Him HimSecretary
s Secretary et War 17 DlckIeeoa DR left leftexttllMlell for foran j
an extended trip th through the SMItIaW Jeuth amiWet ami aadWt
W Wt Wet t t today Accompanied Acct by Gem W WH Wif
H Carter acting ac nc chief of OilG altar and andGeneral amiGeneral 1
General G Allen AllenHe AI AIHe Alleattend
He will attend aU the Ie femraast tournament ant antNashville at atNaefcvttte I
Naefcvttte IUe next week and lid w will rerfewi rerfewithe rev1s rev1sthe I Ithe i
the troops Se 13 win lb be sgives srven PYeaetKo gives a barbe barbecue barbeeu6 ¬
cue at Andrew Jacksons J Jadc ons s home on Tune Tweeday T1M Tuneday
day after which he will wave ve tor torBILL Ctrfl Ctrflcago at = j
i iBILL
cago cagoBILL
BILL TO MODIFY MODIFYANTICATHOLIC MODIFYANTICATHOLIC MODIFYANTICATHOLIC
ANTICATHOLIC OATH OATHLONDON OATHLO OATHLONDON
LONDON LO N June 13 UPremier premier AsqvHh AsqvHhannounced A8QaItbIUIOUDCed AsquithannoanCod
announced In the house of commons this thisafternoon dalaattemeea thisafternoon
afternoon that the gwernsaaat will willtre istredaee Sm Smtreduee
treduee tre IIee a bm modifying the osconalton Ok opoaisnoath osconaltonath I It
oath ath t m refereaet te 1 tW tWoHc th Jloraaa Otth Otthoac Otttbole
ole f atth
mt > se MCe MCenot records have haveloss
not been cennpieted h rt is atoo bonewed bonewedthat 1NIIMIedthat ballMedthat
that l TlniuMtoti ta broke spiii records Her Hererosscoimtry ferern faraaeoemmtry
erosscoimtry ern tr Sight n Oa th t the e trip Ire IreOovenmfs from fromaamues
Oovenmfs 00 I IMand IIuId ad he traveisd tn at atspeed atIIPeed a aspeed
speed of KJ mUes sm hear Oa 0 the theter thereturn
ret1 return a trip It ka bsdMed h e nod4 HI HIter better
ter time II even than thin beeanee at attimes atU attism
times U he was rapt illy ftve mins4ea ill m ad adwhtt MAlICe advance
AlICe or the specil train wider wIII a awIaIt wdth wdtha
a whtt whit bteahot over overthe ene eusl II JIM JIMIII badshowed
showed the theAkemd non III their air tip way wayfrom 1117tn
tn from new Jeealr CI9 CI9ftIIIa ci kr is the Patrtagrt Patrtagrtvasia
ftIIIa netrpops netrpopsAhead
AMa Ahead of Own Schedde ScheddeHamilton Scl1edtdeWI e eWi
WI ea Hamilton left Governors s Isianl Isianltes Latisndat IMId IMIdat
at 7 741 after berg deIQed far tQw JaID mbutea JaIDate8
ate8 tes by the breaking of a propeller pra III be beobMites Jtrnit beaansoy
aansoy nit that be weuY M III PlMladel PlMladelphia
JIIda by ts l and be
anted there MIe two twordetrt 0 0fI
rdetrt obMites ahead of that time timeXew u dneNew
New Toslt y wt mo wM when W ea t6 the white whiteover whilewisged
wisged ftaft after CIItttDrb a few cInIu dre cs csover
over the water darted lAce a hawk wk over overor
phtas at ec N 3 vc 3erasy or acid yoadsdwest hoassjd hoassjdwtt
we west Wbiue aDd
dress shrieked a aaIId apared
pared and In each ec the be bethe tsrs aiiemg
the brie d < < > 1II bt IIt tis ell J L i I fIl fIlwilla ifwith
with wtt craned eIaa necks were on the thef listosnt listosntfor bdtentfor
for f hum A Abi Aa he new 1aetw7hltw factory whi4tiso whi4tisoblow
bi blow < w crowds cr yelled themselves I out of ofvoice eCva6ce ofvideo
voice sstomobOe a horns beaked and She SheAs dieexcf theexc
excf ad spectators At Mt Je back 10 10wOlk towork
work bat awaited the retwJI retwJIu fight fightJu
As u if m inisjinne te the treaded 11 a aIt1IM de delirium e eQton
It1IM d the oeorads Below when Bas Basilton sa saUt
Ut Qton who had been tying abosjt Ml Met Jeette frMtfa Metin
te the u afar reached Trenton Tr he Bided ehwleadown eINIeiareGIIcI Bideddown
down as around uad a chwrefc cbeIItIIea stiepta atoep e and andthem andtip
tip them winging away like a bins left leftore Jettthe leftthe
the crowd agape appeS agapeSea
S Sea Mere ore Records Eeeordsernor Re RecordsWien r rwJea
wJea after cIehe ring hg letters Ut Georer Geor Gvermsr
ernor er Stuart and ad Mayor lay Beybura 1Iaa Ham Hamilton HaaUtoD am amUton ¬
ilton climbed back into his machino in inPhiliBssphia JaPItI laPhhkEdphta
PhiliBssphia PItI with a lighted Jl tted esjnrevte etpr etprht
hachBg ht ha > daR from fI a corner of his mouth BIiMdIwlced he heannounced > >
announced wlced that be was goiag to toa smash
a few more records Away dotting dottinga
Hhe a streak of tight he flew ahead of ofhis e ebill ofhis
his special train stghtm Trwrtoa Treat at atISM atJ4 at12x
ISM J4 Just w vac thirtyone minutes after Ills IllsHe h1sIItart
Mart with the th apedl iedal ante based a4 to toIts
Its utmost almost be minutes behind 1MiIIIIIclBe
hs hs3a
He 3a mode de BO stops GpII or chess at Tvea Trestoa 1 1toR
toR en hill way aJ back to New Perk bat
true and D4 straight ralcht to his tII coarse eouxeeCONDITIONS cow cowCONDITIONS coarseCONDITIONS
CONDITIONS IDEAL IDEALFOR IDEALFOR
FOR AERIAL TRIP
NEW YORK Jumj J ML lLWtJMr lA Weather con conditions c cdltloaa ssditbus ¬
ditions were almost Ideal when Charles GhartesK
K Hamlltott the aerial broach IMOIdIeIIet buster buecorset busterset
set out at 735 a m today on his kinto flight flightto t tto
to Philadelphia and IIcl returea retun record recordbreaking recdhreaJdnc ridbreaking
breaking distance distanceA
A gentle breese far below the t e twenty
fivemite wind wi which marks dc the thet danger stenearlimit dangerunit
limit unit to t the aviator was blowing Asmthe tr trdie trop tropthe
the northwest northwestPromptly aorthwatPromptly northwestPromptly
Promptly at 7 i oclock TTnmiHsa at attempted attempte4 attempted ¬
tempted to start but a Made of ecJPIapIpeCI his hispropeller binropeuler
propeller snapped short He g IIud se om3ed om3edand rion rionand
and repairs were made with Ida all pesstsle peilespeed pesstslemachtoe JIII8IIeApMd
speed a propeller bebac takes t from sap dtemaehIDe sapmachine
machine of dean H CartfeM CartfeMThen Cu CuThen CurtissThat
Then he darted ahead gilding easily eaefirand easilyand
and passed the Statue ef Liberty LibertyCrowds LIIMr LIIMrCrowda LibertyCrowds
Crowds of immigrants at Bins EIIIIJatclMd islandwatched island islandwatched
watched him shoot ahead ahesdThen aheadThen
Then over the New Jersey Mm > he hecrossed Jtee becrrosed
crossed e aapMly trap iIly J aiming toward th taM At Attant AtJaatte Atlantic
Jaatte tant e Highland do dorm > wn Sandy hook way wayintending ugintending
intending I w pick JIek up lit at BMsahoth 1Ndt N J Jthe Jacesa
the special train chartered elaltorJMa to iispsny accom accompany ¬
pany JMa him himBoats
a
Boats Message e From Fr l Gay Gar GaynorBasdlten r rHnmHton
HnmHton U en was the guest last nlghjt oC oCEtmore ofImo
Imo v K Etmore > at the mtssrs mtssrsGovernors la latbcsquarters ers
q quarters on Governors Island Ua lJ at atdawn atawa atdawn
dawn awa today he received J p prrom + s dual sop aupphes soppiles
piles from a launch sent out from Man Manhattan a abattaIt ¬
hattan at i31 3t a m This hooch cIa cIaa bore
a message from Mayor Oayuor Gay nor to be beas 1teCtUTIeO beearned
earned to mays Reybwrs B et PItIIIIMI PItIIIIMIMIa pitilietshin
MIa as well as a Huosago p from rro the few 334ewortk KevrLedger fewYork
York ortk n Times to the Bbihdebhla Jlh JlhJedpr PnA3k PnA3kLedger
Ledger The T e flight was arrange IOIaIIII84tboee arranged arrangedthose y ythose
those two papers papersBrig JIIpeftLJ pltameBra
Brig J 1s Gen Walter Walt Howethe Howe come comeEast c ctbe
the Departasat of f the East Eastto EastwboIIe tbro tbrowhose
whose COUI catrt ny I Bamgaea Iq wee naNbd naNbdto
to 0 SMUI start nwm free Gaoeraoss JUIU MI s Island IJIIIuIdamo was wasamong wanamong
among amo the fret oat to witness the flaui fmttibme flauiproparatfcms aaIlid
proparatfcms ibme and lid wish the aviator good seitack 8MIIt goodit
tack tackIt
It emwtet be better 1M e seW Bmsmtoi Bmsmtoia 1
an he 1dIIred OW tat tatA the wsatlter pardpmb
A + that hose Bm it jitr jitr1M e t tsot
1M tJa3r lest tdrm ak yob a st That
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