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I Fair Fr r tmd cmd e za rd Warm Friday FridayEK Frdr OZaO ay ayivTU1L73EIt Tonight Tonightcmd ht Qh a hinltan i OCime P 1 LAST EDITI EDITIJUIY EDITION lDEi o II IIUMBER
UMBER EK 6773 Yesterdays Circulation CircuIationy45y209 45209 WASBDCSTGrTOISr V lJlUJJCSJAY EVE EYL11iTG TING JULY S1 1S1O Fourteen Pages PRICE O2sTE CENT
Three Free Hundred Strike StrikeBreakers StrikeBreakers 1 1Free
Breakers Said to Hive HaveGiven HiveGi HiveGives
Given Gi Up Their Places PlacesDELAY PlacesDELAY PlacesDELAY
B Bail Placed on Disorder by Union UnionMea U UJlea UnionMen
Mea aod Qtiet Qt iet et Is IsLaiest IsI IsMliatuitxed
Mliatuitxed MliatuitxedWiest
I Latest Developments D lopments in inGrand inGrand InGrand
Grand Trunk Strike StrikeRend StrikeXatlto Strikeltoada
Rend may y appeal te President PresidentTaft PresideatTaft PresidentTaft
Taft f far r protection ef property propertyGovernor prellartG prepartyGeveraer >
Governor G veraer Prenty ef Vermont FermentcrhtieMed VermontcrtrJeI rcorBIeatcriti
criti crhtieMed crtrJeI e d J by l y railroad officials feracts feract fer foracts
acts act of violence l Ity y strikers strrkcraFully strikersKidly strikenJFully
Fully M8 a strike breakers deserttheir deMrttke1r desert deserttbeir
their positions teel leetoI Mecklac plaa te teresume 1er8S1 toresune
resume r8S1 He p poRes3er MW eBSer jer traffic trafficQn tra1llcQa trafficQa
Qa i weele elea aalil Oi dosed ea ac account aece ac account ¬
ce count at ef strike ad X 299 ee operatives operativesMr elleratl elleratlare I
are ihrowa 1 rewa out t ef work workfiat I Ifat
i iB1U
Mr fat t f faarie > a1l Hri e fat I threatened at atnmalter at a
t nmalter B1U Jter of cities ale alb railroad ranrealiNe railroade railroadJfe
Jfe e freight traffic eat ef Beaten BeatenIK
IK I either direction bat passenger passengerservice pseBbese paatacagersorice
service se 1ce Is slightly sllJ ktl iaaprevedlope improved improvedH bllpr vetL vetL1191e
H lope j e entertained that two 1w faG factions faetl faGtieas ¬
tions tl s may aj agree ree t te arbitration ef eftvage ofwage f fge
tvage wage ge controversy controversyChildren eIItr eoatreverayCbildrea versy versyCJiltirea
Children ef strikera strlke t d tie violence te terailroad terallr torailroad
railroad rallr tt property Pr tlerty alHl a d attempt aticJBflttrat attempttrata
trata trat wreekiag reekIBt
MONTREAL NlREAL July ZL II 1 Desertion of ofstrikebreakers ofstrIIIe ofstrikebreakers
strIIIe strikebreakers n8kera te tampering < < traffic of offidale o otIciaIIi offlcials
fidale oa the Grand Trunk with the thelooses thelo thelosses
looses lo IIes to the com company and shippers shippersmounag a amoemttg JIIpen JIIpenmoua
mounag moua 1IIr into mUi millions on account of ofthe oLUte ofthe
the delay te handling f freight freightdelay fNi 4rh 4rha 1t 1tthe
a want by the nken eei amsag amsaga aJD IIg IIgtIM
tIM TI F eaesrrres has ba bah a arasaania ennead toe toeAI
h deeerds AI 1 LI 8 8delay to todelay
delay its plans for sending uuc out freight freiiahttrafi fnII3bItraI freighttbe
traI fte partial victory claimed bJtbe bJ bythe
tbe company Y117 in keeping up its AU1rafAe u ugar pases pasesgar
gar traffic bag heed practically JnCdcaD wiped wipedout wipedout wipedoat
out by die hose of folly 3M men JDeI1to engaged engagedut
to take the places of Ute atrIken atrIkenThe strtksssThe
The anion leaders 1 have put Mat a heavy heavybath TY
bath 1 ut a on disorder cl order and none of any anygreat saygreet 7 75Teat
great moment t has occurred The sltusUes sltu situation sltuatI4Na ¬
sUes on this the third day of the thestruggle theatr1lr51e thestruggle
struggle seems to nave we developedinto developed developedinto eeY4dopedhto
into a waiting same Eaa > G with each cia aide aideboptna ld ldhoping we wehopia
hoping the be other will take the initia initiative taa tnlttattve a attwre ¬
tiveThe ttwreTM tive ttveThe
The expressed attitude at + Jt1Jd of each to toward toward toward ¬
ward the question Cue tloD of aroitratioa arvItratioetaken 1 1taken i8 i8tkeD
taken as a blunt and it is believedthat believed believedthat belley belleytIuLt
that both sides idea wouid W01l 4 accept any anyproposition IOY IOYropoQ y yproposition
proposition ropoQ OA that tJI Minister of Labor LaborKins LabcKXln LaborEing
Kins Xln < < would presentThe present presentThe prIMeIatThe
The children of the strikers are show showteg 1IbowJag showing
Jag a more hostile front than their pa parents pareAta parents ¬
rents At many places the ehOdrensteal children childrensteal eJaiJdreasteal
steal away from the home and going going goingto
to the railroad yards tear down signwiring signal signalwiring Jlllplalremove
wiring remove packing from the theswitches tilenrttches theswitches
switches and place stones in other otherswitches otherswitches otherswitches
switches Some attempts ttem at a spiking spikingswitches IIPIkiagInitch spikingswitches
switches have been madeROADS made madeROADS madeROADS
BOSTON BO roN July 21 ZLO 3tOUielals Officials < < idaJa of the theGrand tbeGraa theGrand I
Grand Trunk railway rail announced to today today today ¬
day that If any further strike disorder disorderoceans uonIeroccn i ioccurs
occurs on the Central Vermont or orGrand orGnm4l orGrand
Grand Trunk lines within the bor6ersof borders bordersPresident
of Vermont V aa appeal will be made de to toPa toPresident
President Pa t Taft for protection protectionof protectiTbq protectionThey
They declare that Go Governor Pnoty Pnotyot
of Vermont is not taking adequate adequatesteps adequatest adequatestops
steps st to safeguard the railroad nJl prop property property Keperty ¬
erty or eonpk employes 9lcyea yes To prove Weve this they theyU the theue theyNte
ue U the attack upon strike breakers
Showers SIaoe lowers nave continued on thesouth the thesouth thesoath
south Atlantic and east Gulf GtIlfami coasts castsand coastsera
and there have been 1 EeA J8ea1 rnisns b tile the3coeky tiletodt7
todt7 mountain region aM in tsortb tsortbern OItb OItbrn
era rn Michigan In all other parts o othe 0the ai aithe
the country the weatberfair weather weatherfair tyroaied tyroaiedfair
fair during the past xweBrtyfenr xweBrtyfenrhours twaatytoaboars
hours boarsThe hoursThe lOUTS lOUTSTh
The Th temperature has risen ne newbat somfc somfcThe sot sotwhat
what I die Atlantic Stat States north of ofaryl
Dtaryl DtarylThe aryl illd illdTbe
The indications are that the weather weatherwill weatherwihl
will 111 be generally fair tonight iOI 51n and 84
Friday in too States 8tat east of the theJI LhI Mteto Mtetosippi
sippi JI ips1 PI river rivermaterially riTeTIM
TIM be temperature will DOt change cllalqre1laterially changeterialily
materially > terialily in in the Eastern districts districtsFORECAST I
during the ly geU thirtysix tI rt7aJx boars boarsPTbRECAST be8nntRECAST
Fair Fairweather weather eatb < < and moderately high IdIda1eJr
terrwrature 1eJr tonight t and Friday diaay tfebt
to iMdoMtte gmrteble whetij w wSMVSStA
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Sun uRn 753 753TIDE I IIIDB
ttte 731 1 = a am and 742 742Tomorrow 7 7p < M I Ip
p rte 10 tide 11 a m a 18 18TtI s m mTsurrswHigh
Tomorrow TtI TsurrswHigh v HI High I tide i SI a atow aIS a sn8 sn8ii36
IS Po rr low tide lii 1 a aOOKIHTION IL ILp ILOOICDlTlON m and andA ± t
A p m
HAKPEftS BAREltt DUET W TJU Va a r SL SLSotbrtwars 31 31Beth I Ioda
Sotbrtwars Beth oda shots aiuaij this ttvsWlsMtanax tortSisg tortSisgWdeiu L LGII
WlsMtanax Stops GII GIFaeuAx pI i iar Stt 5 5Passat sFaulk
Passat Lay x a Cb tl a WIlt A rr < Sf X YAe YAeA JLve AseAdv
Adv A
Picture of Lad Bearing Tender Ten Tender Tenf
der Inscription Cherished Cherishedby
by Rigdon RigdonMRS Rigdont RigdonIMRS Rig don donf donDI
Wounded Woman Bares Heart HeartStats HeartSuits HeartSuits
Suits Be Begtta White Life Hangs Hangsin HaD HaDin Haigis
in Balance BalanceCHICAGO BalmceCIDCAGO BakeCAICAOO
CHICAGO July 2L LJNM From a mane ase of oframers eCca ofrmsse
ramers and tangled ca dues tit for a aRigdofi au athe
the u 111 belooded f cI f ell spin the 1aaIl Wiendbaned WiendbanedRiiou MIff MIffthere
Rigdofi tragedy there csseisjpos csseisjposnrnre a new IIeWtIfuN newriRtue
nrnre whose very axtet eistee bt ue f e e1II1IDIowa had been beenucknowa beenlmkaowa
ucknowa to every one except the prIIt prIItdpaJ pita pitacipals nrm nrmcipate
cipate te the case maoa m goldennairert lde8balred boy boyof I boyof oy oyOf
of about two twoWIth rears rearsWith yearsWith
With the appearance of the new actor actorin actor1ft actorla
in the drama d comes the revelation of ofoC a amass amaea
mass of love ova letters written by Mrs MrsCorretta KI1LCarretta MrsCorretta
Corretta or Kmrna Young y to CharlesW Charles Charlesbefore
W RI8doa which are aaopg the fc factors fcton
ton ID starting new IUIIIOIS IUIIIOISAmonc reuaoraAmong
Among tIteR is ODe hang Jetter JetterdeDt17 letterevi
deDt17 the last written by Mrs Young
before the shooting that may y cost oo t her
rife and which did cost Ri Rigdons RIIPIoabIcIa ions1a ions1awhich ta tawhich
which bIcIa she bares her heart picture her JIerlife herlife
life as that of a sewer wer rat among am II IItella
doves tells of a feeling of disgust for
Ron as a fiend and aDdJaer taskmaster taskmasterand tasikasterand
and aanouacas her determination UIII te
break from him a q qBa krewnbtyBaby irrevocably
Ba Baby h W WIt Waaiaats WaaiaatsIt
It wan tIa this Jetty it is 1NIJeIwe4 1NIJeIwe4cIAIeed b wed that thatcs
cs cIAIeed > oed Rbdoas A
v to take takown
Mr Kn y Youngs life
and his own It was wasoffice
bIac on ft Wit ot iii stack of ofeIICe cerrepsnd cerrepsndeSce <
eIICe Ia hill letter fie in Jolts Co Yetsers Yetsersoifke PeaeI PeaeIoId
office oId < < and showed evidence e IeIIre of OIlEvJdeDtly ayseh
handling Evidently the pitiless pitilessscribed ae aefa roamer
fa which his k irregular habits JaabltJIJ sad h4
treattront o JIJ Mrs Young land ham de doseied
scribed had sunk into
has 1DAe iaaermat a I se
Pibtiities PibtiitiesBut
But It II III the Sew ew principal P IIcIJIaI i fa u uItbe ih ihtercet tbs tbstiethe
tiethe < Itbe habr new belleged to be III III1JtJon an
haetkudon 1JtJon Ja Whshbtgioathat 1h b1alttoacbat Ole ID IDe
term e t of those wnx WI wtio o > are mvestigattqg hnve t1gatng N the
ease te centered The > child doubtless donbtkswill doubtlesswin I
WIll be 1 e the center of a legal Ie I battle for foroT
aaseesren VlUull 0I A = = a tererty Qo Qolit astir th j
woo ti Ssrw lit sbseidsa II 1 oT e 8fI1 mrst mrstthat
Y Yatmg aM It IB I this da cIv aasflo that thatcase thatany I
any tesaI Fth dsts s 0 of Ute case dIM
have v not been aired are expected to I
come < < lIe to light lightchOd I
Whether Rgpdon III the father of u the
bOIl chOdI ebIt aII DOt beat shows
conclusively ely
I It was evident however from a torn I Iale
page ale of a afinancial Jetter rderring d
tC is its baby
prattle that he Ie held M been tnaJJ tressurjng 11 Its
picture aM a written 1fIf refenrSCe
to It o on
ue hark oC the th
aboossvh ocnllb more
dourly y i
than the
stocks that
IIIII made e Jaim
wealthy a and thou had retNfted ed la his
financial raiinMrs ruin ruinEverybody rqtI rqtIJIIrs
Mrs y Young Jft N t IAf IAfEveorbody Iafotmed IafotmedEverybody
Everybody connected COIID rtcI with WIt the case in II ¬ i islats
slats siststence that they had DOt heard of the J
mOd that they kDew mew JIOthiD nothing < < about It
1 Mrs a y Foung who Is kI a preearloas eoa
dIUoa In St Luke s H Hospital has 1M not I
been told ot Ute discovery ery at the axi
tence of o the baby babyte became eeaUM of the p 0811
his e effect < < ect It might t bYe 1II upon OII her
The D pti picture poctCard
te in Coroner Hoffmans HoffmansHows
poePeseba IOU nlllL Oa
its reverse crateiMd with a coarse MA
dl are the words wonIaHows wordsHows
Hows our baby Twenty months monthspostcard
old m Then fa tile aIDe sty style of writing wrttln
XnJ DoDd sands ltiadest kIIIde t regards re rdIL The
postcard I picture J Icture rem had never been 11 mailed mailedfront mailedfacet I
With the plctvre was a worn pap pageerences
front a letter References Ref erences in it indicated
that the letter with the exception of
this page referred to business matters
But the pages referring to business
transactions had been lost Jo t while W fJe this thisreal thi thisth I
JJa < < e childwhh Oft whh whhadd Whlch was mention on oC it itr ts to
th the child had add been carried carriedon r about by the e I I
real estate te man with his htevaluables JJaDkbooIta yn kbooks and andpf nd
valuables In the I
middle of the paT pa re j jever
was a word or t two that could DOt be I
deciphered The These e are 1RI supposed P0ged Iao how
ever to be steam cars The portion of
the letter found reads readsof rea readsd
of 0 the Burling TItn < < stun But tIM d doer > r rContinued
tittle fellow is doing due Dc talks a little UttIcContinued littleContinued
Continued on Third Page
PillsburyWashburn Flour FlourCapital FlourCapital FlourCapital
Capital Lost in Gambling GamblingSays GamblingSays GamblingSays
Says Glyn GlynLOKDOX GlynLO
LO LOKDOX DON July y 2L ICIIarwa Charges that more moreth merethane106i6 8 8tbaa
tbaa thane106i6 have disappeared 11 Bared r ru frees freesthe
th the assets eta of the PiUsboryWashburn PiUsboryWashburnFtow PIDsbary Waa bana banaY
Farr ConmuBy Y of the United l States StatesMn StatesMt Statesbtt
Mn owned mostly JaWI y by 1 y Bngifsk mvatorswere investorswere investors investorsR
were msde at todaTS annual meeting by
R H Glyn who whoGIJa presidedGlyn presided presidedGlyn
Glyn declared that the WMW9M had hadbeen hadID badlam
been lost mostly mo Iy in ra wheat gambling and andimproperly aDdiaued andiapreperty
improperly issued notes Another JI8K JI8KWt ti45he I Ilie
Wt he added was not traceable traceable the thenotes tileta theStes
notes ta for this sum not baring YiDg been e reootded re recorded recorded ¬
corded or etee the records had ad been l eeD de destroyed deatlVJ destruyed ¬
stroyed atlVJ An addtttonal JIMUM had been beentost beeIIt beenlout
lout t hs II t agents balances debts uncoUect uncoUected UIIC8IiectaM
ed and bIDs receivable receivableCSyn I
CSyn stated that the t creditors of the thecom they 1 1y
com > any y already had received C per peranoe pertherr I
eeIIt elf therr eJabus fa cash aDd tile tilelICe bqI
anoe lICe Ia m second = oIId mortgage 1Dort bonds b Dda i iprofit
It le tee soon he aId to estimate the there therennin
re rennin uI1 tthe ot tbe Iea lase e Of the e plants IIaata but the I
J preen lMeftt accounts show that last years
profit amounted to SBlOQft SBlOQftaate 1IJ4
The shareholders present nt urged mime lDmei
diate aate i e prosecution of the t persons re resuMIng I
tlpmaibie for the great losses but the theat
suMIng was at adjourned
without ac
2i a any ny acj
dell teiUua toward ard court proceedings proc DP
l Prize Winners in Limerick Contest I
Of 332 33 ladiaua Avenue Who Captures site 10 Prise Offeret I Of 1519 Park Road Who Has Been Awarded war4ec1 5 For Beet BeatBy Beet13y BeetBy
By The Times T aea Lin Line For Incomplete Limerick
Captures Prize rlze Offered by byThe byThe byThe
The Times for Verses onCar on onCar onCar
Car Situation S i tua tiOD
Mtea Miss Martha 3 Hoyt H 7 of IB Indiana Indianaavwaue I IB IaVoas
avwaue hith hithK hlaR of th r rz l
K W Mai mail aliall u of ISO Park road k kttne w wthe ise
the e 1II1I wf tar w of tae i pre for tile b best bestline t tIIae
line to go 0 with die dietn1 teeoim iocortpiebs iocortpiebsfurnshd l tu Bmeridc BmeridcTMee
furnshd tn1 by TIae The TimesThames Times TImeLTIIMe
Thames are the awards rda made afterlid after aft < < care careful ¬
lid comnderarJon ll In eratlon had been given to each eachand eachand
and every one of the many hundreds hundredsof
of contributions eoab MIUoaa which Jaa haw been beenoelved re received ¬
ceived since the limerick contest opened openedthe openednot
decision m Ia each contest contestreached was wasreached not
reached until late ate last nght nshtIn nghtIn
In awarding a the prtee to Mtes JiI Hoyt Hoytthe HOttile Hoytthe
tile prime consideration cold doa Of coarse coarsethe wu wutile
the direct amUcation vt of 0 her rhymes to tothe
street car situation m w Washmg Wae rakre rakreThe ou ouTie i iT
Tie T e WiKUBg Limerick LimorirVXtes L Limericklima edek edekHen
Xtes lima Hen winning Umerk was W85TIIe as asfollows ereThe
follows followsThe
The car peoitroe people mcxtestty asca ePily y trIM trIMTlleir triedTheir UJeITheir
Their smiles III Ue from m the vcfcllc u to hide hideTour bideYou hideYour
Tour suffering < < eriDlt Us t to tne tneIs tneIs e eis
Is te deed sad to view viewWhat TIeWWbat viewWhat
What utterao natter tter so Ja tong as YOU ride rideJudging rider riderJ ideTJudging
Judging J Ae e merits of the limericks did didnot didDOt didnot
not begin be < < tn until after fter S oclock the hour hourat hourat hourat
at which the contest nte8t dosed At that
Wants 5000 of Colonel ColonelRoosevelt Co1onelRoosevelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt to Build Orphan ¬
age in Nazareth Nazarethi NazarethOYSTER NazarethOYSTER
i OYSTER BAY K Y Jwfar JL ILA ILAraJIk + A Acrank li licrank
crank who attempted to see MeR TbedssRoosevelt Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt
Roosevelt R canned eaD e I several MY bouts of ex axeitement excitement exJNn ¬
citement here today He declared he hewas lieBeY
was the Rev George Geo Kathiel NI eI of PWm PWmdetaiUa PhIIaar PhUadeleiiia
detaiUa archdecon ar hdncon n of the American AmericanProtestant AmerteaaPr AmericanProtestant
Protestant Pr testaDt Church C rdi and ad that h he wanted wanted9s wanted wantedlice ted tedmm
> 9s lice from mm the former f lJDlr President t to toan belie beliean oM oMan
an orphanage home 1tOI e m In 29aza aza eth Oaluee OalueeTwo 0aI1IeeTwo GenteeTwo
Two guards at f Sagamore agamore Hill turned turnedhim tu1lledhim turnedhim
him back Mk when he arrived there and told toWhim toldbbn toldhem
him that he would have to me s e Colonel ColonelBoosevelt Colonel1ooeonelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt in New York Y 0IIt He H dttMirted ned in inTAFT IlLTAFT laTAF
BAR HARBOR He > > e July JITbe JH The all allyearround aJIro1lDd nllyearround
yearround ro1lDd residents re Jents of Bar Harbor are sresorry arePerry
sorry President Taft te so popular with withthe withbe withthe
the be summer er visitors for the strang strangers srrangors ¬
ers as the real Bar Barborttes BartIoritatIae gall oallthe gallthe
the cottagers cotta < < en are monopolising < < thethe the thetime thetIBte
time of the President to the exclusion exclusionof
of the natives nativesThe aatiYeTIle nativesThe
The Pre8 Presidents eftts engagement Dgeme t bookshows book bookshows J
shows one round of dinners receptions receptionsand receptIoDaDd rcaaptlonsand
and other social functions here to which whichthe wb whichthe b btbe
the natives are not bidden IddeB First Se ¬
lectman John E Bunker Jr has there tberetore
fore been detailed to ask Mr r Taft to tobe tobe tobe
be the guest of 0 the town for a while whileand wbilead whileand
and ad mak a speechThe speech speechThe speechThe
The President is Iswitb decidedly impressedwith impressed impressedwith
with the golf links at the Kebo Valley
Club Be bad p a preUmtoary game gamethere gamethere me methen
there yesterday y afternoon and liked likedIt
It t so well that h be was back oh the thecourse mecoune thecourse
course before t oclock o clock this thisThe morning
The only chance the real Maine votershad voters sotersbad 01818Iaa4
had to see the President was when bea he hewas hewas bewas
was on his way to the links and n4 later laterwii I8DIIwhen Isteiwhen
wii when n he went to luncheon at atmer the theroer sea seamar
mar borne 0IIIe of K L Auiluiuuu of t ejc Win alrsir alrsirington ejcingion
in ingion 1on
Limerick Which Wins WinsThe WinsTbt WinsThe
The Times T mes X10 10 Prise PriseCT PmepeepJ
1e one peepJ peerlemedestly tJegu tried triedeir frletfr
CT eir r nmMen from fr lR the public te tobide tet
I bide bideTorr We WeMY
MY Torr awd Ml4lerlRfC ering t tis M true trueH trueIa
I Ia Indeed and 1 to view vlcuoWMt viewWhat
What rmltero Iesg as II wen a ritI ritIJJ3rlftf ride rideV
JJ3rlftf Ye e
< j jh
mnuag h 15 A rtSe rtSeaurtleBculw 0 0mnuag
+ l L ere sees sva aurtleBculw aurtleBculwr a berdeaod eW
4ener 4enerWho r
Who J ad all Je oeuZh I dvhea ke at atI
I dinner r rOM
OM H a Twkii bath oar oarMe oarX carIi
Me X they tllte traveled alarAs afurAs ntor ntorAs
As a so s atllfllt t4f t schema Hohemcevery ok Rle tuna a aer awinner
winner er erenII7
than every contrfbution t received receivedBare receIftdsiWft war wargiver
giver te ue lode and his assistants ataD1S ataD1SwItwa
Bare wit wItwa was jir s displayed m III many IIIa 7 of the thecontributions tbeCOII4 theeoutrthatkir
contributions condemnation COII4 PI of the8tftet the thestreet thestreet
street cars so a emphatic that The Tfanee Tfaneecould T Tcould Tlmeecould
could not publish the UntericJn was thetone the thetone 1 1tOD
tone tOD of several vera hundred while wI Je an a equal equalContinued equalnumber I Iaumber
number expraeed their news forcibly
but DOt IA limerldt style styleMiss t7le
Miss HoYt Hoots dueeat competitor was
Tom Sawyer of lit Plamat who wIaoC0IIt whoContinued
Continued C0IIt a1lell on Fourth Page I
Fort Myer Commander Sur Surrenders Surrenders Surrenders ¬
renders Cavalrymen Sus
peered of Shooting ShootingI ShootingChided
I I Chided CI h L FoUnobn and Thomas JMelneaux J JMrtyneanx T T1Ik
1Ik Mrtyneanx > IJ1IeaIIX inunlltii t t > r f t < C Troop C C Fif Fifteenth Fifteouth ¬
JI teenth Cavalry statioged stationed u at Fort Myer
jVa I II Va one of whom is i abed to have st stI sbot sbotj sitotand
I I and damGerausfv er3allb wounded WIlliam WiliamSmith 1 1Smith L LI
Smith a negro on the tileT lee Aqueduct bridge bridgeB bridgeMeaday
I Meaday T ui t were turned over er to Cell Celltn Cantnai
tn tnai Office trb Detecflvn B1IrJFI7 Buraspeme a aWaJftJ d dWarren
± Warren by Caot Win WlUh B Newbdi Newbdii NewhiliJWt
ae post scam 4er aDd brueght t to
i i Washington this thI at ernooo ernoooIn 4I orisonIn IOOIL IOOILIn
In spite of the fact that both bOtIa4kD vop opers opersdeny rs rsdny
deny 4kD any aI7 knowledge klliowled of the anair the thedetectives tMetecttv thedetectives
detectives etecttv believe they have woven amain a achain 1
chain eIu D of circumstantial evidence 1deDce thatwltl that thatwin tiIatwill
win be atr strong D < < enough to t hold d the prte prtewhen pxisooera JIW JIWoaers
oaers for the action or the grand jury JUr7hen jurywhen
when hen they are given a preUmtoary hearing hear bearing hearing ¬
ing in the Police Court tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The detectives went to Fort Myer thtemorning tJdsIDOrIi this thismorrd
morning IDOrIi morrd i armed with a warrant issued issuedby ia8uedbv issuedby
by the United States branch of the Po Police Po1i Po Police ¬
lice 1i e court un charging the cavalrymen with withassault withqaU withassau
qaU assault t with a dangerous weapon weaponPLlSFffllTSIP weaponGANNON weaponCANNON
ST LOUIS LOL Mo July 21 2LJo Joseph eph GCannon G GCannon GCaDDOII
Cannon te on his way to his home in inDanville mDavme inDanville
Danville IB and Is expected to ar arrive arrive arrive ¬
rive there today Ito soars a he want wantMackiuac wants arest a anet
net netx
q x am gsing to spend vacation at attaste atet
Mackiuac ire aMd and et a taste tasteI tasteof
ot die tits I enJsyed as a boy y I am am7ibaa I
7ibaa s I j iherr get the theT
Itte3 lisle lisleieed ieed ieedto T to 4 bltft = = meetn1 e were I Ii
Further Light Is Thrown on onRawns o oRiiwns n
1 Rawns Confection Coru ection With WithL
L 1 C Scandal ScandalCHICAGO ScandalCBI ScandalCHICAOO
CBI CHICAGO HL July > XL ILQIII8re yFailars yFailarsosstere Fmitere FmitereJiof oe
QIII8re QIII8retile osstere any taeaaa taeaaathe Wti
tile ninth u shhr lbaw ka8 Ira
allirlt 1 at IIIe IIIeJ 1 > irrasr allspr
J wh at alrst Us eeal reins is d lie lieJat hh1a
Jat h1a Jiof of e tsj ue polls today that tm > nmr 1IIILcIdef r reclat + Gael ud udFor
cIdef aM 4atd nd saleM saleMFor
I For mare than turn hours aomwaJ the tMties autner autnerttea
ties aJ of C Chi Chicago aa and lid waatn and
every town between them uae her e been IMeatbe be es ou outhe onthe
the lookout for any man who might mllhthave mightto
have done the shooting and fled Mom Mombore 1 1ben
ben of the Raton family famJI cling to the thetheory tiletJaeorJ thetheory
theory that a bcrglar kHled Mr h z Rawaand Rawn Rawnand
and dVclare elare that the btoodstams 1oaKa found foundwas I
a IIIaort distance ce from tile home bId1cate bId1catedIa tndkatethat
that dIa the marauder auder auderTIle was injuredThe injured injuredThe
The police p IIce combat this ma claim with title titledeclaration thedeclaration
declaration that if the man era had bee beewounded been beenwounded eea eeawoaaded
wounded It would be much cJa easier to mhare totrace tilttraee
trace aim and he would have havetared ba been cap captared coptoted
tared before this thteWatte thisWldle thisWhile
While Ralph G debars seeblaw son m law ofMr of ofMr orMr
Mr Mrwithin Rawi today predicted an IIITetK IIITetKwUJdD arrestwithin
within a few hours the p Bce worked ts isstrengthen tsstrengthen tetile
strengthen the suicide tt o oBaWD ry rys
BaWD s alleged Conner ya sa with the B Bhave
basis Oeatral raft scandal Is sold d to
have furnished the theKyxery motiveMystery motive motiveMystery
Mystery Skrevts CaseMembers Case CaseMembers CaeeoC
Members of Rawns Rawa family tamtlyt declare deehvreway declarethat
t that at two shots were sired Ia tile bell haIIa bellway
way a of the Wtenetka W1DaetkabeanI home Neighbors Neighborsbeard Neighborsbeard
beard only one and traces of only onebuUet one seabullet
I bullet can be found fcNDdf roundMystery
Mystery f shrouded the case ca e today as
evidence was wasby w found ID aupport t of eae each
of three varytag tIIeoI1lJ1 theoriesthat that be wa
killed by a bsr lribtIIr ttn la r that a secret aecrateeem eeretwu
wu de Be ajsaosix aws t and r rC teat be 1dIIeII
JLbnaieIt bimstiCThe JLbnaieItThe C
The mender theory tIIIeor7cr however hears bjearsA hearsmore I
more credence cr because of the reIvctaaee reIvctaaeeof
of die fam family y to discuss tile gr tt t 18 18y hiv
y tJoR at which be was recently
A 1 witness witnessRafiroad witsesRailroad WJtaaaRaiIroIId
Railroad men declare Iuewn Rtwa was waseb
larteir eb renreible for the n ssteer
Continued on Second Page Page1UBEFIMCIEG PacI Pagei
Robert Bacon Jr StartsCareer Starts StartsCareer StartsCareer
Career by Service in inTreasury inTreasury inTreasury
Treasury Department DepartmentBobert
I IBae
Robert Bacon Baconte Jr NIB oc Robert
Bae Bacon a American ambassador 1Jr to France
te to get his preliminary financial train tratapartment tnIDIa trainlug
lug Ia tile HrYtce oc the Government 00TenuneatHe
He began work at the Treasury Departaseat De Depart1IIeIIt
partment today as private secretary toAes4rtant to toYoung toi
Aes4rtant i nt Secretary A Platt Andrews AndrewsYoung
Young y Bacon te one of the beet oars oarsmen oa oaever oursmen ¬ I
men ever turned out of Harvard and andsenior andwas
was Wa captain or tile varsity CIIW raw In his 1aI8sor hisParlor
senior sor year He became acquainted aequ a ated with withAssistant j jlatter
Assistant 1It Secretary Andrews JIIdIeWIJ when the thelatter tJten tJteJMIPC I
latter was JMIPC jupfaosoi of economics economicsHarvard IM U at atHarvard
Harvard HarvardIt n
It te not expected that Mr Bacon win winremain wtIIID nUtremain
remain long in the Government service serviceHis serviceHis
His HJ father formerly was a member ofthe of ofthe oCthe
the arm of J T Pierpont Morgan A Co Coand CoIds Caand
and Ids soils are being trained for a aflMutekU aftaaaeI6I am
flMutekU m career Mr Bacon and Secre Secretary Secretary Seerstaxi ¬
tary Andrews were agreed reed It te under understood UDder8tOod understood ¬
stood that the best poaIbIe training for forwork torwork
work In a Wall street bank was to tofouDd be befound hefound
found in the Treasury Department Mr Mrthe MrBaeon MrBacon
Bacon ook up hill new duties today and andwill
will remain In Wa Washington hmctoR t CGIfIIIMK
the summer
i i
Many Injured Including Lieutenant Van Dusen rinsenand rinsenandSeveral and andSeveral andSeveral
Several of the Number Are Expected to toDie toDie toDie
Die From Their Injuries InjuriesACCIDENT Inju InjuriesACCIDENT es esACCIDENT
Officers Of ficors of High Rank With Many Man Women Watching WatchingTarget WatchingTarget
I Target Practice When Explosion ExplosionFrom x onFromUne From Unexplained UnexplainedSource UnexplainedSource x aaned aanedSource
Source Hurls Dead and Dying Into Air AirFORT AirFORT ArkFORT
FORT MONBOE Va July J my 2L 2lTwo Two noncommissioned noncom B0ncommissioned noncommissioned
missioned officers and eight privates pri ateo frilled kiIledLieut Lieut George GeorgeL
L Van Dusen severely hurt a number of privates privatesinjured privatesinjuredthis privatesinjuredthis
injured injuredthis this is the Iiivoc wrought wrot here this morning morn morning morning ¬
ing among tie officers and men of the Sixtyninth SixtyninthCompany SixtyninthCompanypf SixtyninthCompany
Company Companypf pf of the Coast Artillery by the prefiMutare explo explosion explosion a plo plosion ¬
sion of a twelverock gun and the blowing out of a breachblock breach breachblock breachblocik
block v vThe
The accident ac i ent came just after the opening opeD Dg of the battle battlepractice battleprMtice battlepractice
practice which is held annually at Fort MonroeOFFICERS MonroeOFFICERS Monroe MonroeOFFICERS
Assembled near the gun which exploded were eighteen or twenty twentyof
of the most prominent officers of the Unfed Stats Army who had come comebere comehere comehere
here from W Washington and other oth r paints to witne witness wit ess what was scheduledto scheduled
to be the most spectacular target pcacfice pil C ki m the history of > the army armyNearby armyNearby armyNearby
Nearby also were the wives and sweethearts of many of the officers andmen and andmen andmen
men engaged in the theThe practice practiceTbe practiceThe
The big target tar was being towed a across ss the roads at at a t distance oce of of6cxx
6000 > yards and al eyes were turned on the men as they worked with withthe withthe
the big gun ai turned turedtoward toward the target hb whic i gfetened tened white te in fee summer sum sumCAUSE summer ¬
mer SUShioe
N MfphiMti 0 1 sit i bee beat ffefaHy M e of f the cease of f the u toaster toasterTW ti8u r rrJe
TW T e aqplaaio lfIIe ioa was to isnialatir5 fcirf c Bring g MM Sum s of tile gem a kflkd w were e mangled agled agledI agled1lIIe
5 in a a idshtd idshtdof I Stars Starsln
1lIIe ln A is tI he i3 fk lesaisri u RRIiej from fromtM fromEat
tM 1M0f i t 6 r Ia i ht ire wag BIt d by ap r b hao6 atoms atomsseveral atom3X
of X powder left from m 1M rtiviMrs aisehai lit L 1IMaa hew Melt several in inIB inetf
planes etf ma nee r r ens tia is the army 7 before IB e efc sale the eq explosion explosionrasa expio oaion oaionJIM Kn
JIM rasa last Ute irk Wodt eoDI 1 be e do eeced d
Tbe toU9e odeial report of tile tbeaoddent tilecdde theaccident
accident cdde t woo WIlt to tbe War XtefMrt Depsrtnnent XtefMrtent DepIIrteDt
nnent eDt by 11 Gen ee W H Carter chief eC eCm eCRe ofstaff C CXegret
staff m < <
Re Xegret et te report aoddent accIde t at at1IIeIK cass oomoC cassmmcemat
mmcemat 1IIeIK oC student offtaen battle battlethe battlell8Ct battleprnetlee
prnetlee ll8Ct 5t tie twehtkick l4 CUD tn prob probMe probable
able Me fc pernartnre enjiledont JIr Taarsttsg inthe In IntIM
the death of fight fIIai men and probablefatal probable probablefatal proba Ie IefaaI
fatal injury of two t I Lleutant riiiaiH Yes YesDasen Vaaman Ya YaDaea
Daea leg beckon and three additional additionalmen 1 1mea
man slgbtiy 8f Pdy tttty injured bajt ed Investigation IJrnStlptIoIamad tm isbeing tmbetav
being mad and wm w l report through I veg vegTbe NC1IIar re6utar
1IIar chaoss chaossThe vida vidaTIM
TIM target practice which was In teprogress InJIOSr Inprom
progress JIOSr at t the ttn tIlDe > e of the eiculorion eiculorionwas exlo1lcMlloawas adosionwas
was tile lading JI I event hi the oeorse of oftastructto ofmb ofinstruction
instruction mb tIDa to thirty or more oMoerc ot Icen o otbe of ofthe ofthe
the cost artillery corps who bad been beente DeeDIa beeni
te attendance atteRd Dce at the artillery school at atPort atFort atFort
Fort JlfoaroeTM MonroeThe Monroe MonroeThe
The practice was to t have been tile tileMO themeet tbeFive
MO meet t spectacular yC held hi tile tilel1 corps corpsFive
l1 Five bt big sm batteries wore were e eready manaol and andready andready
ready to Are at the battle target wddwu wbldi wbldiwas nMclk nMclkwas
was ttemg towed towecl aer acroen the roads nII 6 at atdistance It It4IetaDee tdistance
distance o of 1461 N yards yardBOfficial yan18Oftk yardsOfficial
Official Oftk Report Re I IThe aThe dThe
The target et ts a rectangular ree structure atinctnreof
of canvas di by 1 1appT02ctiaatdy b M feet the arse bring 1IebIsap bringapgrosimately
appT02ctiaatdy ap roxtmately that of c a vital pert of ofbatUeaidp oCat a abattleship
battleship at that distance Iever N be before before Htore ¬
fore have five batteries been turned turnedAmong t1IraedJeeH turnedlees
lees at once fa practice of tJds kl kited kitedAmong l lAJDo
Among AJDo c Ute high ranking rdB oOeors o otac Ieers rs of thearmy the thearJIIT j jEL
army present were Mal GeL WhhmN WJPIam WJPIamH
EL Carter Carl < < assistant t mint tADt ant chief of staff st t
Colonel Bailey assistant a sttant chief of tile tbeCoast tileCoast theCoast
Coast Artillery Corns QIS and others on onstaJT ODMa onstag
stag Ma duty wbo went down to Hamptoa HamptoaItonds HamptanReeds HaPt3g HaPt3gReads
Reads from W Wssbiggton shteeton but night to toobserve tooIMerve toobeerve
observe the practice practiceThese praedceThese practiceThese
These officers were at the f forte rt8 at attbe att atthe
the t e time but fortunately fort1lDat were not near neartbe Dealbattery nearthe
the battery at which the fatal fa explosion explosionoccurred eXpIosioDocevrr
occurred occurredTbe ocevrr ocevrrThe
The Theedaccident edaccident accident occurred 0CC1 Ted Immediately Immediatelyafter 1 Immediatelyafter ateJy ateJyfteI
after fteI the opening of the battle pone practice p > rac ¬
tice Each year a score or more of ofstudent ofstudent
artillery oficers at t the FOrt FOrtMonroe PertMonroe
Monroe school are re pot MIt through thiir thiirpractice U thrpractice E EpracUce
practice on condiitons 81m111UII simulating < < as asfar
far as possible poe IbItheeGlldlClomloCact1lJ the conditions of actual actualwarfare actualwarfare I
warfare warfareIn wrlarIn
In recent nt years five new batteries ofbig of efbiy i ibl
big bl twelveinch guns have been beenmounted beenmounted eea
mounted at t Fort Monroe C It was waaFads one onefacts oneFacts I
facts Concerning Disaster Disasterat DisasterI I
at Fort Monroe MonroeCause MonroeCause
Cause of nccificat nccillcntPremature Premature ex eacploxion explodon explosion
ploxion of twelveInch gun cniuScene gnnScene gunScene
Scene jfl accident ntcldentDe De Hussy bat battery bntte battery ¬
tery te In center e of Fort Monroe 2Ionroecotnmantlingr Monroecommanding 3fonroecommanding
commanding entrance to Ch Chcsa ChcsaKilled Chcaarenke n npeak
peak bay bayKIlICllTuo baclillcdJrdro
Killed KIlICllTuo Trro noncommissioned of officers offltcIIJ ¬
ficers and eight privatesFaintly privates privatesFainlly privatC30Fainll
Faintly Injured InJuredTUo Two privates privateInjured i iInjnredSecond I IInjuredSecond
Injured InjnredSecond Second Intent I < lent George 1 1Van L LVan
Van Dusen of New 1cW Jersey leg Icsbroken legbroken legbroken
broken three privates privatesSonic prh3tesSome privatesSonic
Sonic of the dead deadSerprt d dgadSergi nd ndSeIit
Serprt Harry HessCorporal HessCorporal Hess I ICorporal
Corporal Bradford BradfordPrivate 4 4PrivnicA f
Private A J Sulllvae SulllvaePrivate SullivanPrivate > t tPrhatc f
Private Duff DufCyPrivate F FPrivate I IPrlynte
Private ling KlngPrivate IUn IUnPrl lingPrivate
Private Prl < ate Atklntf J
> r <
Of the new sons te wfefeh the oxplados ex explooion explMloa
plooion oecomd The Tb gas were be befng beta betag
tag ta nred red under ouiclcnrng fI1 Ck condi condiDisaster condithcas i itiGIIL
tiGIIL < >
Disaster Canoe Sheen SIIeckAJthoaCIa Sbocfcdents SheenAltboatk
AJthoaCIa thee lave been several acci accidents cd cdof
dents of this Mcd in die army this is istbe isthe isthe
the first InotBiifii ce so far as could be beof beIearaed belearned
learned bore todaT of such a severe severetbe 8eVeTB severeeatasrspbe
eatasrspbe B Ia U the handing et the big bigem bigguns
em guns of Ute any Mast of tile greater greateraeddeats ter terbave
aeddeats have M bosh ID ooaneetlon ecdon with withtb6 friththe
the operation of tile navys guns at sea seaat seaat a aat
at target practiceIt practice practicetarget IFCtIeeIt
It baa been 1 believed e1 here that UlS UlStarset thstarget
target practice InetI e was being carried on onunder onCOD onnnder
under condition COD and d regulations regulationswhich regulationswhich e < < UItlons UItlonsJdc
which Jdc made accidents vimifUly 17 Impoaihle Im 1mpoosUrto Imf
poosUrto f and the disaster here this thismorning thiscIDe thismorning
morning came as an wnnsnally anussa uy ly great greatshock greatslutelt greatshock
shock shockTbe sluteltTIle shockThe
TIle only commissioned officer in inHe
Jvred is Second Lle1lt George L Van
nae from New Jersey He serve serveas served ene enea
as a second lieutenant in the infantry
and ad was appointed to the coast artil artily artllonly
lory only Ia last May y and lid assigned to tothe totile tothe
the school at Fort Monroe for
a course courseof couneof courseof
of instruction instructionRoriacat IJStracUoaRe tratraetiotnResident
Resident Re i e t of Pu Passaic Pasenicwas PassaicSecond aic aicSecoad
Second IAevte Lieutenant aat G George L Van Du Duwaa
san was appointed to the artillery corps co s
from dva life on n July JuIyli S He Is a resi Tea rese11t ¬
dent e11t of Passiac X J Jlie JHe J JHe s
He repotted at FOrt Monroe a few few4an
dams uo ace and lid was a i a t a Ah
tile second lieutenant J D O the SlxtyVinth rNinth rNinthCorps
COIIIpIUay of the eat rtIIIeIT Corps
the company CGIIIPU 7 operating the three disatv disatvpearteg dlsanpearbac disarnearinK
pearteg guns te Battery De Russy Russylieutenant
Lieutenant Van Dime has bad previous previousexperience
experience In A tile any as the second
lieutenant of the Kighteenth gteenth Infantry infantryarhkh
wldeta > nich commission be resigned several severalyears SfV aFVeralyears ral
years ago agoAt ago agoAt
At tile time of
the explosion he was wassupervising 1Iastile gassapevleing
supervising the firing 1 ring There mm were weretwentytwo wereUrtlltYtwo weretwenytwo
twentytwo men with Ima him tile other othermembers othermers othermeibers
members mers of the company beteg themagMe the themagarine theF
magarine F and nnrnninj asing the botetfarg IIoI tIrg ap apparatns apNatatas p pparahL
paratns NatatasThe
The last aecI accident anent IIt of this sort n was as at
Fort Wndoworth W N T when one man manwoo manJdBe4 manwas
woo blUed and two blared A year yearbefore yeaore
before ore that nether man was tiled and andCarey sndMVeraI andsevetai
MVeraI inhered III Ii alt 4XpIoo expdosioa at t Fort FortCarey Fortclaey
Carey Conn ConnSeveral COlInSevftaI connSeveral
Several years ago seven men were in injured inJared injured ¬
jured by 1 y an explosion BPI OIO of block powder powderbehind powderbehind
behind 1 oae < < of die batteries at t Fort FortWashington FortW FortWasdhbigtua
Washington W Maryland en the river riverJust riverjo riverJust
Just jo t below INdo this city cityOfficers citYO skyOfficers
Officers O Atteaiiag Att Atteadia Practice Pre6ceThe PrM PracticeAbe ice iceJIae
The officers melded in J tbe peaty witSe wIt wIttJae nitneaeteir
neaeteir Se sing the practice are Brfg Ge Gen W WI1 WI1ttam WfIJIaIa il il11am
ttam Crosier chief < hief of ordnance J B BAkehire BAIe8b1re BAkshire
Akehire ouartemaster er sewn cenemJ W H HBixbv HBIxby HBubo
Bubo chief of soitteeers Cell Cs M H HMacomb Hb HMacomb
Macomb b general staff ff Lieut Cote R UF W WP RF
F Waltz anz and W TX D Beach general generalstaff pneraIIItIlff generalstaff
staff Edward Burr Engineer I goeea Corps CorpsCharles CorpsCIIarIes Corpsparies
Charles 7 J Bailey Coast Artillery Corps CorpsMajors C CorpsMajors J1jS J1jSJ
Majors J H Wes Ordnance Desrt Desrtment Dtartmeet rt rtJIMIIt
meet B H Root general staff wC wC W WC
C C C Davhk general staff Andrew
Hero Jr Jr Coast Artillery Corps Capts CaptsM Ca Capts31L ts tsT
M X J T 1 Lwijsan Leniban W S s Graves GI H G
I L IPareatd rnard P P eLanave Lachridge C D Rodes Rod
J P Tracy General Staff G C H Mc
Neil N n P P Bishop and Del Edward Edwar4ter Carpen ¬
ter Const Artfliery Artl lery Corps UeutCom Lieut om
Leigh c Palmer and Lieutenants Lieutenantsand
ldrIdce e and Howe of the target targetI
tne J ofee and Coemader II Jacksea Jack JackMIi
sea e cheo jC the oronee 4K j 1I08IIN9tB 1I08IIN9tBat pnxfng
greeds at H aaa H Head Md

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