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I VIOLENCE PROVOKED PROVOKEDBY
BY ORDER TO MOVE MOVEFRBGHTTOMORROW MOVET
FRBGHTTOMORROW FRBGHTTOMORROWGrand FREIGHT FREIGHTGrand T MORR0
Grand Trunk Prepares for forSerious forSerious forSerious
Serious dashes Q sbes With WithStriking Withraien VithSot
Striking StrikingPROTECTION Sot king TraiQ T TPROTECTION raien en enPROTECTION
PROTECTION ASKED ASKEDOF ASKEDOF ASKEDOF
OF CITY OFFICIALSDed OFFICIALS OFFICIALSCopeor OFFIC ALS I Ied
Copeor Deeiwes Ded ed es s It Has Strl Strifce StrifceBrtittoers ke keTr
Brtittoers Br to M JhI a 1 TrwoUtMon TrwoUtMonjfaft Tinl Tr i IsU u iOn iOnU on onUm
jfaft in Hgty U MRd MRdSltt1fi 1rac1 1rac1a d dSveonm
Sveonm Sltt1fi oftm a f Strike on Grand GrandTTW Gr81ZdT Grandrrrr
TTW T rimk System Systemeral SstemXaAreatl S skein skeinRaKread
XaAreatl JRR araaean aevee gea geaeral gen genera
eral JCrel freiclmt cfct t traffls will be re reStrtke reetI resussed
sussed etI t temnerrbsr temnerrbsrStrtle w wStrike
Strike breaker IIrea er have ve been ltee armedthe armed armedthe arJRolIte
the raetHt rar HHt H Iee e p pet It t vader guard S1Ieriaatl guardSevere guardagd
aatl pie prMeothR arik J la j jI
pregmazatioa I might mightmteveatemt thMt Jr r reBe1 gllt gllt2RVeJReBt
2RVeJReBt mteveatemtSevere 2RVeJReBtSevere
Severe e ken are a < Ie regarded a aa ia Inevilable iaevitaMe 18evl
evitaMe evl We before tae end et the theday tile1a theJay
day dayla JayIn +
la 4ta ikerLee e x > dacnc + s eeefwrte nl at several severaltews severaltewaa eral 1 1teT
tews teT a In 1 Verm gent eat a strike strikebreaKejCrroaev AtrikeJJreak etrlhebreakervvaa
breaKejCrroaev JJreak arrested Clttetl far ttereat ttereateaiiH7 tJJI8StealR lreatenini
eaiiH7 ealR Offal Wl fi tf Itk I revolver cttJter cttJterea Gtkeraeaulea tker tkers
s aeaulea a e xaea ea have been ateaed stenedand ateaedand tBellaat
and aat beateB bee en and 4 a train was deratled de derailed tleraIIeti ¬
railed ia I station yard yardB yardBeek
B Beek Ch jrfrf aldea are ad arbirra arbirrat arWtratiea arbltratiea
t tiea a offer or of t grevcoaneat eDINBt refusedby refused refusedby
by the t xtrtlsers xtrtlsersMONTREAL atrIL trf trfKOnREAL ses sesMONTREAL
MONTREAL July J H StIlaiocs Serious clashes clashesbetween cIMbee1tet dd ee eebetwwess
between 1tet the oapostitg forces ta the thetrainmeas tbet thetralnmea
t trainmeas atrlkc oa the Grand TrunkaDd Trunk Trunkand Trunkand
and Central Vermont raMrods were werereared wereeand werefeared
reared for today with the theof announcement announcementof ai oaaceseet oaaceseetr
r of General Superintendent Brownlee Brownleethat Bewneethat L Lthat
that a general movement of freight freighthave freicJUwoaIII freightwou
woaIII wou been 1oodDOa tOmOrrew moaabg moaabgStripe JIhW JIhWYIlt
Stripe bashers have YIlt been b arssed c1 c1eLw tb tbasked the the2inrt
2inrt eLw eLwaMed E Easked
asked is m preparation for this step while whilethe wJaiIethe whilethe
the strflcer a a are already stirred to to1IgIy an anugly nauagly
ugly mood SmaH Bois beginning 1 eeJ Met taatnight MetHight a t tn1Pt
night nightof have We tnaeaaed in bequeeley a 7 and aDIlin andin
in lIIHDeM with each stag 11IIJ he hooof heof
of the struggle When the attempt to toman toman toman
man the freight trains actually to mad madit madIt madt
it t is feared the incipient disorders Ao will wingrow willgrow willgrow
grow into mu serious no ons violence violenceFor vio1eDceFor violenceFor
For autos in their fid nest Adatof arbitration arbitrationera
of which hey have re reinaed the Btrik Btrikef5 atrikera
era have been COUII oounthur upon the oom oomthe CORIl dnonepiete
piete l < < e tie tieup of die reight 1ndOc It Ittile Ifthe
the company Is successful 1Il ta iU effort etrorttomorrow efforttomorrow I Itomorrow
tomorrow it to believed it will mean meaneventual JDeAeventual meaeventual
eventual defeat def + at for the thetraimDeD thetraimDeDteDcIeIt trainmenSureriutemdemt trainmen trainmenSupermtendeat
Supermtendeat teDcIeIt Brownlee Bvwul declares dectareathat declaresthat ecIaIesthat
that he has all the necessary men en engaged eftlted ensated ¬
sated lted to resmne freight treI It traffic trametrain Each Eachtrain ach achexperienced
train hr II said wade be In ebsa dIuJfe a of ofD as asezperlenced
experienced D = ed man The be new men mearkiIIIIt were wereworfctaa wereworklrq
worfctaa rkiIIIIt oa their exandnations today it itwas itwa itwan
was wa announced announcedCity aaDOUDC911City announcedCity
City Autariti K Natifee NatifeeAndduattn < < txie txieAntldpatinK W WuoIbIe
AntldpatinK possible outbreaks on thepart the thepart thepart
part of strike sympathizers Ympati3t H era the Grand GrandTrunk GraIMlTnIDJt GrandTrunk
Trunk company today sent oat notices noticesof i
of the intended movement of freight freightand frelshtaDd freightand
and asked various city authorities that thatadequate thatadequate
adequate pollee protection be a affordedrailroad afforded affordedrailroad < < onIed onIedrailrOad I
railroad properly properlyDespite pI 1 1De I
Despite De ptte the announcement aft ement of the rail railroad railrued railroad ¬
road managers the determination detern nllUOIi of ofthe atth6 ofthe
the strikers to t light totbe to the end eDdto aes rnmr rnmrto ms msto
to grow w firmer with every hour thestrikes the thestrikes tilestrUres
strikes Is prolonged On the other hand handthe haMthe handthe
the companys officers declare that not notonly BOtonly notonly
only win they continue to refuse the themens themens themens
mens demand but that strikers was wfllnot wIDDOt wasnot
not be taken back on the old termThe term termsThe termThe
The arbitration proposed ptop < kd by the Canak Cana Canadian CaIIadlan ¬
k dian government governmenteaste t through W L Mac Mackenzie KaekeDZie ¬
kenzie King minister of labor laboreppar laborepparto appears appearsto
to 11 have small chance of success suece suem The Thegovernment TIMenuDeDt Thegevernmeai
government enuDeDt stipulated td that the decision decisionshould decJadonlihoaJd decstonshould
should be beYlce beVie btodtag
Vice President burdock JIh A who sent sentContinued IJeIItC sentContinued
Continued C on eleventh Page PageWEATHER Pa PageWEATHER e eWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT
TIM temperature has not changed me meany e
terlaDy any te any By section etioa and te near the thenormal tilenor1 thenormal
normal in all parts of the country countrywfll
The iDdicationa are that the weather weatherwilt fber fberWiIt
wilt b be partly cloudy with local bowers showerswithin bowerswtthta aaownwltbID
within the next thirtysix hours te the
Atlantic Statet States Sta north of Jaaryteaa In
the South Atlantic States the weatherieaerail weather weathertertefiy Weatberwt11
wt11 M ieaerail fair tonight and Sat Sat1II SatutrdaTh7
1II utrdaTh7 a aTIle
TIle e tmnp teIII rtnre will not change ma
tertefiy ta the States mot fI1t dN dNIII Mf1w Mf1wideatppi
III ideatppi IppI rtYer dwlug tM DIat thtetyafcc thtetyafccFORECAST
hoIIr hoIIrFO houra houraF031fDCAST
FORECAST FO POll OR THE DI PgyTJUCT PgyTJUCTI TICT TICTFact i iFaIt
I FaIt atr Inssght n and aadwarm itufay 7 o oswill I i
swill warm at w0ahi to tosouthwest LJI t fa fa6v1II roeo
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OOJfDITION OF 0 TfCB WATER fTATSRHARPERS W WATERHARPERS ATiWL ATiWLHAItPERS
HARPERS FERRY W Va July J Jy 25 2 2mac
Poboaac Pt > mac a little cloudy and Sbenaa
doafa very muddy tin morning morniagPairs I morningPairs OIDI8s OIDI8sP
Pairs P irs of Ho fo i Blinds for forrank r 1 125 15
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I i BLACKMAIL ALLEGED ALLEGEDI
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BY WOMAN SUED FOR FORBREACH FORBREACH
BREACH OF PROMISE PROMISEDivorcee
Divorcee Declares She HadMotherly Had HadMotherly HadMotherly
Motherly Interest With WithNo WithNo WithNo
No Thought of Marriage MarriageASSERTS MarriageASSERTS MarriageASSERTS
ASSERTS GRISWOLD GRISWOLDNEEDS GRISYlOLDNEEDS GRISWOLDNEEDS
NEEDS GOOD CANING CANINGHetrtBrokes CANINGHeartBrokea CANINGHeactBroken
HetrtBrokes Youth Wants 50000f 50000 50000Bar
Bar f f wAl r Alleged D Damages tgfs to Affec Affectim Aff e etioR cti
ti tim by jilting JifejagiKBir JikiAgJ1IJW jiltingAHw
iKBir YOIU YOWJC rt x July 4 SI Tong > i < Yoaaj Koaey Koaeyhuab t eeey eeeylamb
lamb RasataIamh 9 do Oeaausar Seg Sedgniueel Segfrtead etg etgtrieIId
frtead Sweet Boy Bar JCaT Rus ItaaseH Russell Jtu Jtuau ¬
sell Grtewote of Ho Rvwt Rewt7tonn nytown coon Connstands coonstands
stands up 11 without wincing wiIIchI < < under the ex excortetioa exCIII1at1oll exceriatfoa
cortetioa of preppy > j0ay y lover cad and andbounder a andbounder d dbaaDder
bounder swept upon Me Siosy lc y blondhatred blond blondhaired bioDdJIairec1
haired bead by wealthy Helea Wood WoodCTMT Woodna Woodruff
ruff na Snath oT Stamford StamfordI 8talDt0ld9be StamfordShe
I She IB s tae defendant ta Us salt It for forebrseh forthnt tortlftlach
tlftlach ot IIIOIDIM oC marriage aUes1 aUes1tIr alleging allegingbeat
beat tIr she be Jared away hte boyish after aJTecand alfecU afterriese
U riese and that after nine years of play playing ¬
loll IIIf a youthful faithful Romeo ROI eO to her hermatronly herJuliet hermatronly
matronly Juliet be BOW finds 4II Is himself himselfwith lihnselWith himselfwish
with a 7 ffiMH puncture UIIdan ta his anguished aasuishedbead UIC1IhedMart anguishedhen
bead beadMA henA
MartA
MA A bteclria biacksma Irr n came is what Mrs MrsSmith YnSIDitIi MrsSmith
Smith cans tee matter and ad she declaresthat declares declaresthat eciarestbat
that what QrUweht Heads most is a agood aGood i
good dung She adds that abe ae has hassen hasacIII8g hasSant
sen Sant good friends issds aching a to give it to toban iob ioFaliswkm
ban b
banFoOowfag
FoOowfag a uiataiiucu f CII with her at attorney ¬
torney trney Wilttam A A McQuald this after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Mtes 3mKh announced w that she ahewould 3hewould shewould
would s seek ek to yeweat pie eut further pubUa pnbU < a adon a awold
don of letters wrIttwt It by her to Grls Grisvoid
wold She stated that she would as astae asdie asA asAa
tae a court to enjoin the young man fromany from fromString fromy
String any y more mar of the letters to the thenewspapers thenewspapers
newspapers newspapersTil newspapersTIM
TIM stci the UtUe scamps = p dirty work workif WOrKIf
if there Ieft is any redress i Bnraai ta law said saidMiss aaidM saidMies
Miss M Smith There Theretection rJMr inset k some P4 P4tec petectbn
tection tec oa for forvteers tae JIll sprat him and his I ad adYieens advisers
vteers publishing p m my letters lettersMiss Jettetnilia MatronsMiss
Miss Smith SraIUkwyer was accompanied te her
lawyers wyer by William Harder JiI2 er a young youngBrooklym 7OIIACBNoItI7a youngBrooklyn
Brooklyn engineer rT e er who bar hasbeen b been a aueat aueatof sues suesof pegfit
of Miss SmKh on Ilk bar yacht toe thoGriswold Vikingriswoids Viking VikingGriswolds
Griswolds mother alleges that It itbecau8e w was wasXtas s sbecause
because of tile atMaUoD fIf Harper HIJWIIrJIDIIa that thattlse
Xtas Smith fhrew over JMcINm nor son seqIF i ibetas
IF > Ae Jawe being d4tltrargdi set sethetng
betas INm xn ° object oCr Ci contempt with wtdtWh eato eatowa ae aewh
wa Wh he aeetaras seance BJC made bane the theMol theliot
Mol 01 of her heart young Mr Ode Odeweld Grteat GdItwoI4
weld grinned w when seen by a reporter reporterat
at bin New York Tor apartments ta the theneighborhood tileeIPbodaoo thenelgbborbood
neighborhood > > of Long Acre sgeareSays square squareSays aqw e eSays
Says Wemaa Eacoeraged EacMra ed B BTt His HisIt Himt
It t was to be expected ted that she shewouldnt shewouldnt shewouldnt
wouldnt like this whole wtt Ioe affair to 0 Cone oomeout Coneout 1 1out
out said he and of coarse I p ffjtacs ffjtacsshe IQIeMshe i ishe
she so mad shell never JHY < < have eve anything anythingto
to do with me agate But mow CJW about aboutme aINMtme abaKmehew
me mehew how w about my leeHngs all this thistime UaiBtime Lisletime
time She didnt care about me wea weashe wItea wItea8IIe wm4leashe
she turned me away with a flat refusal refusalta retu l lto
to marry me after she had kept me medaactta Metedandier IIaeaIoIN
dandier alone adoring her ever everI atace ataceI
I was a boy hoybefore before I had learned how howloved howto howto
to see a ruor wkbcMIt cctttac t baK baKaoroe hey hey91ce
91ce aoroe oft oftSbe
aoroeShe
She eaa a3 what site pleases but I Iloved Iloved r rJored
loved her ana aM I r know she loved ma mado m monce monce +
once ADd It t these letters I r Reevem Reevemre Y
rYe rot ot a CAMI CO rDie ol hundred lut red of them themdo 1bemDOt 1
do not prove roVS that she cave e me every fIIfJCYeDCOUlAfe everyencoeraeeasat
encouragement eDCOUlAfe Wat ta my infatuation and andled acl aclJed ndled
led me on to think sne shE would marry marryme marryme uTT uTTas
me as she finally promised to t do Idj Idjstbtv rd rdlikE Idle
likE > to know mow abet hat else their y c cu a pos posJIti poeslbgr
stbtv JIti mean Well sites she made rae suffer sufferGrteweld sWlernew suffernow
new let her berGdsweld suer suerGriswold
Grteweld is a rather nteetooking DleeJooId g young youngman youagmaD youngman
man m a dapper sort of way wai meotant medtaMheight meotantheight DMCItaIiIhelsht
height slender smooth 3IBOOt shaven 8 Yea with withauburn withaabarB withauburn
auburn hair that is thinning very ver ex exactly exactI oxactiy ¬
actly actI parted ta the t e middle and very exactly ex exactly exactly
actly brushed despite Its disobedient efforts ef efforts eCtorts ¬
forts to crinkle a bit bit He has ha a big nose noseof no noesof e efIC
of sharp outline a rather rat er thinlipped thinlippedmouth tldnItppedmouth thlalippedmouth
mouth that expands ta a a smile sm e that thatshows thatsbows thatshows
shows big white teeth Pale blue eyes eyesbetween ePe ePebetween eoebetween
between Tds l prone to narrow are re revealed reVeled revealed ¬
vealed behind rimless rlmJ neeeglasses neeeglassesHe D8MgJa ee eeHe
He was dressed in a modish brown brownContinued browaContinued brownContinued
Continued on Eighth Page
WO AN TO TOENTER TOENTERAMERICANAIR ENTER ENTERAMERICAN
AMERICAN AMERICANAIR AIR RACE RACEI RACEMadame I
Madame JadameFrancke Francke Plans to toFly toFly toFly
Fly inNew in New YorkChi YorkChicago Y YorkChicago orkChicago ¬
cago Contest ContestCAXkAIS ContestCALAIS ContestCALAIS
CALAIS France July 2MJae 22 Sliae Xa XaaMe Mdathilde
thflde Franeke wife of an II Sngltah EadI EadIJIaIIIJt h Jour Journmltot joemrmalhet
nmltot and one e of the moat daring w wr WTJJH WTJJHen n na J Javiators
en a aviators ta the world will emupet1R compete
ta the MfrmHe mile aeroplane raee betw betwrei betwreihew 1l 1lYork I
He hew r York and Chicago ChicagoSbe CJdeagoSIte CltlcagoShe
SIte made this announcement today todaywhen totI todaywhen J
when abe arrived from Paris to undertalte under undertake wHIccta1ce
take a night to ta a Farmaa biplane acrofs acrofsthe 8CrOfStIte acroesthe
the English Channel ChannelI
< I hope that my entry will be accept aecapted aeceptedakl accepted
edakl ed said Mme me F Francke who In private privateBfe privateDte N1Yatelite
Bfe is 1 Mrs Frank Hewartson 7 I am amconfident amoteIt ameaddent
confident oteIt that I could cover the distance distanceespecially dIstaDceapeciaI1y distanceeatpecify
especially ta view of the oond conditions loos pro prevldtoc proYi1IBr proviJiug
vldtoc several days for the completion completionof
of the race That i JKJtt > I61N priee te one I Iwoul Iwoul4 Iwoul4
woul woul4 j like to wIlL wtaCowtrary wIlLwiDd8 whcontrary
contrary winds preAgMled J pre ranted her fromstartlag from fromt com comtla18
startlag t tlnK this merman 1IIOIId on the cross crosschMin CIOS8cluumel cro9echannel
channel l flight but she said that a start startwould start1I1d startwewld
would 1I1d b he made as soon 8I Oft as possible Her Hermachine Bermacldne Hermachine
machine was carefully gone go e over and andshe andate acl aclshe
she made a short land flight without withoutattempttos withoutattemptJn withoutattempting i
attempting anything aDr spectacular 1
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Gun Gunners and Fort Involved in Explosion ExplosionINTERIOR I IINTERIOR
INTERIOR VIEW OF PORT POR1I FOR MONROE WHERE ELEVEN ARTILLERYMEN WERE KILLED ON WEDNESDAY
LJJ LI < = DISAPPEARING GTJJf GTJJfOf
1 1b
i < b H > 1 P A COASTAR CQASJD CQASJDjuy CQA A ER a i Of the Same Type As the One Whieh WhiehExploded h
EI juy 10 W i X 9 hAiJJIt1fT IJLAecid c J cas v r t Exploded At Pert Moan > e
1
LAB LABORITE 0 RITE ATTACKS ATTACKSKINGS ATTACKSKINGSCIVIL
KINGSCIVIL KINGS CIVIL LIST LISTj LISTBarnes LISTBarnes
j Barnes Insists on Surrender Surrenderof
of Royal Revenues From FromTwo FromT FromTwo
Two T Vo Duchies DuchiesLQNIXOK DuchiesLONDON DuchiesLONDON
LONDON July SL IA A eers s ver attack attackupeu a atsICkupon ack ackUte
upon tae royal l07I f84nIIT f et l y ws was made Ia h tae taehouse thelouse
house of 0 eommeno this tWsGeege rts evening by byGeorge byGeorge
George Barnes the u labor JaMrwas leader who whowas
was speaklagr spe Jdng in opposition oppe Ittoa te tJtesage the thethe pes pessege
sage of Ute civil listthe Jlstt e ethe money pid pidthe
the King and ad members of tbe royal royalfamily NlaIfOy royalfamily
family by the nation nationBarnes nttonBarDe8 notionBarnes
Barnes declared he would oppost to tothe tothe tothe
the end e d the graatia of the holed holedcivil ImiUMMdetvtt IDa I r 1ft 1ftetvIIIst
civil etvIIIst list unless Ute King aad the tbePrince thePrlDee thePrince
Prince of Wales would agree ee to war surrender sarreDder warrender ¬
render into the public JJD Ue treasury the t e eTeYeIIIM large targerevenues largerevenues
revenues now received by them from fromtbe fromthe tramthe
the Duchess of Lancaster and Dd Corn Cornwall Contwall Cornwall ¬
wall wallHTtte
wallTbe
The royal Income is excessive aDd aadtbe aDdthe andthe
the expenses expe es of the royal hone 1 aoesshold tUi ahold II oW are areboneyeombed arehoneycombed lC lCwith
honeycombed with abuses be said saidmasmneh Baldlalld
1 masmneh lalld b as it conceals eouce ls a nest of ofparaettes ofpua ofparasites
parasites pua ltes who are fattening upon 1IPORDtIoD the thenation thenadoa
nation uader the shadow of the thethrone tIaerone thethrone
throne throneThe throneThe rone
The The 1 te civil el < l list asked by the t e Ktafr and andtbe andthe ad
the members me a1MnJ of the royal family this thteyear tbkyear thisyear I
year as amounts sunta to S3ltSfa S3ltSfawould f31IIOIear1Y 1MtOO >
ear1Y faQEO 1 > > 100 > would he cut oft 0 < < the I
income > of the royal family f mlb If t tie do domains do domains ¬
mains in the duchies named were sur nrrendeced surrendered arreadetecL ¬
rendered renderedExPremier readetecLExPremier rendecedExPreceMr
ExPremier Balfour leader of 0 the theConservatives theConeervatlves J JCoD
Conservatives CoD ervatlYos replyiag replyt g s said Jd that that the theroot theroot I
root of t Barnes objection seemed to be bethat DetIiat bethat
that the royal family was overspent overeacpenstve ov overspentslue < < upea upeaaIT
slue stveAn aIT slueAn
aITAD
An unidentified uridentl ed I Laborite without rts rtstng rialag relag
lag from his chair cried Not over everexpensive overexpeostve overexpensive
expensive overiininoral overiininoralTbe overimmoraLThe
The audacity of the remark s seemed ea > ed to todase toe todace
dace e Balfour for an instant and hecould he hecould Aecould I
could only reply that he did not know knowthat IDOWUI8t knowtest
that the Laborites deemed royalty to Tu TutaunoraL 1JtIBuDoraL i ilanaoraL
taunoraL taunoraLCRAWLS IBuDoraLCRAWLS lanaoraLCRAWLS
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CRAWLS TO CHURCH CHURCHTO
TO SERVE PENANCERuuawa PENANCE PENANCERaaaway PE ANC f
Ruuawa Raaaway Y Woman Yfom n Repentant RepentantObeys Re ntant ntantObeys
I
Obeys Mandate Mand te of Her HerHusband HerHusband HerHusband
Husband HusbandWAUKEGAN HusbandWAUKEGAN I
WAUKEGAN m July 22rCbar 22 2Chrt8Ci 2Chrt8Ciwtt Charged Chargedwith M
wtt with hawing eloped but ut having repeated repeatedaad ted
aDd returned to her family Mrs J An Anderson Andeesee n nclerseB ¬ I
derson was forced by ber husband tocrawl to tocrawl tocrawl
crawl a block oa her knees ever ever tAe tbecobblestones tAeeobbleetonee thecobblestones
cobblestones to church churchA
A large crowd ivitnsssd the woman womandotes womaadoIRg womandoing
dotes penance as sobbing pittally she shemade shemade shemade
made her painful way wtl but no Do oa ORe of offered offered offered ¬
fered to assist as Ist her or Interfere with wlt her berhusbands herhasbtuMIs herhusbands
husbands mandate mandateArriving mandateArrtv1ng mandateArriving
Arriving at the church she W8 was fur further tU1titer further ¬
ther required to confess c e s her le ate ateTbe slnThe sinThe
The woman and her companion g g4 get t as asfar asfar asfar
far as Buffalo when her oeasdaaee oeasdaaeesmote o8Ds oenseieaeesmote a a3I
smote 3I Ote her and while he slept te the thedepot theepot thedepot
depot epot waiting for another anet er train SB she sBeillJ sheshed
shed < illJ fppe ped away and boarded a train bound boundfer boundfor
for the West WestI
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GET A GOAT IS ADVICE ADVICEOF AI ADVICEOF VICE VICEOF
OF HEALTH OFFICER
Baby Bab Then Assured of Germ Gerrnless Germc Germless Gernlless
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less Food F < > od Declares Dr DrWoodward DrV DrWoodward
Woodward WoodwardMAY WoodwardMAY V oodvardMAY
MAY SNAP FINGERS FINGERSAT
AT MILKMAN TOO TOOSttggestiofi TOOS
Sttggestiofi S Is OfFege Olf Offend Gonsusws GGns GGnsW Consuil ConsuilWho
Wfao W Who o Would < Solve lve th thDairy the theDairy e I IDaicy
Dairy Psbblem PsbblemGot Plt bIemf bIemGet blem blemGet
f
Get a goat goatThe 5t goatTb U UThe
The Tb above boy suaettMB tIea Is ordered K mer ered by byHealth byhealth YO YOBea1t
Health QCfteer Of Weedward war to those thosewho uo uoWho thewho
who would solve i the milk problem problemIn
In the care of infants Dr Woodwardis Woodward WoodwardWhile
18 oC the opbdeR that many dYD advantages dYDeg
tages eg are to H derived from keeplarOt keeping keepingagent
agent agentWhile Ot OtWhile
While the milk Uk la my 7 opinion is isnot Jaot isnot
not ot superior to tC coWs milk la Itself Itselfthe ItseUtile Itselfthe
the principal argument r t ia favor r of ofKeeping 4 ofkeeping f fkeephag
Keeping a goat lies ia tile fact thatthe that thatthe tlMLttlae
the owner Is in entire command of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the situation and all is not dependent dependentupon depel1d4mtUpoll dependentupoa
upon the th producer pro aeer middleman or orvendor orveador orvendor
vendor said Dr Woodward today todayIn tOO7otber todayIn
>
In other words tile consumer can canbe canbe canbe i
be absolutely b eIwtel7 assured that the milk milkfrom milkfrom Ilk Ilkfrom
from the animal aptly aptlyItermed Itermed termed the thepoor t thepoor e epoor
poor mans cow eo ow is absolutely aD otlltely dean deanpurchapiaf cleanTllere eau eauThere
There w weld De DO advantage In Inp Inp
purchapiaf p ofbesack o othe goat goats s milk Ok but ut tile own owner oWner ownofbesack
er of such s1k au aa animal by observing observingthe obervla obervlathe
the proper properr propercautions precautions r cautions would have havethe havethe Y YtaM
the comforting comfort knowledge that the tbefood th thefood
food fed to his baby 1ML y is free frvm frvmeonta frmcontamination = Dl DlcoatamtBtlOB
J
stale eonta contamination mtnatJon and that it is not notstale notstaJe notstale
DESERTED WOMEN BEG BEGHELP BEGHELD BEGHELP
HELP OF CENSUS MEN
The Census c Bureau Is expected exp oted by bytBeny byt byany
tBeny any peraoao persond tMraagbout t the co couDtty couDttyro try trySeldom
ro serve as a mater of J lost st persons penoRSlees personsieidunt
Seldom does < < a day go by without a let letter letter etW ¬
ter W to t the chief clerk asking the tlt bo borear himrear bUreI
rear M It can locate some missing JB per person peron pereon ¬
son on
sonBecause Because o of its confidential COR de1tJal work te tecollecttaa lacoIJectiB Incollecting
collecting < < tIN personnel of Uncle Sams Samsgreat Samseat Samsgreat
great eat domain many believe that thebureau the thebureau theUreau
bureau Ureau can place Its finger on any ay man manwoman 1RIIIIwoman roanwomen
woman or child in any section of theUnited the theUnited tlaeUlt
United Ult States with only the name and anda lid lida
a slight sllg t description of the individual to togo toby toCo
go Co by byBrokenhearted byBrOkeaheartetl bBrokenhearted >
Brokenhearted wives and sweethearts sweetheartswho sweetheartswho weethertswJle
who have been deserted pitifully ask askthat asktJaat askthat
that the records of the bureau be used usedta ti8edta teedin
ta mi effort to find the object of C their theirsorvw theirW theirsorar
sorar sorvw W + o Mothers of children eh ren who w haveedgier have haveeltMHr haveett
ett edgier C been lost 10 t or stolen or who have haveVUK 1taveHmo haveaw
Hmo VUK aw away ask If any one a athe answering answeringthe
the names of their offspring has as been beenrecorded 1 beenrserded > > eeI1 eeI1ree
ree recorded rdeIL And so 80011 OB runs this cores eorresnondence eonoespeAdeuee
snondence e which fur the greater grooterpsrt grooterpsrttens part partteOs parttens
tens of aching hearts and dWrdtinghopes dwadnag dwadnaghopes dWHltllhtgho
ho hopesSome hopes hopesSome
hoSome Some of the letters are arc of lighter vein eino
Get a Goat GoafI
<
I III Tmbys oink teaBare teaBareBeat r rDont
1
Beat work ork there a care careact care CHreGet careGet
Get a gent peatlThey eat eatT1Iey p pThey
They say far r babys i feed feedfiheren e8tlJlkereIII ed edGet
JlkereIII sothIng etkl fllite so gsed gsedGet g ea eaGet
Get a seat geatAad seatABII goatAad
I
Aad If the wall l k t to high highDont Jalgo JalgoDoat als h hDeat
Deat kick kJckJlMt Jw t wink year use oy oyGet Oe j
1 Get a a seat seatAnd goatForget oat oatForget
Forget year ar troubles eSy tJ tbea tbeaAnd eB
And let net dairymen dairymenGet daireaGet dairymenGet 1 <
Get year Y ar seat seatAnother geaUAnother 8at 8atAJ10
Another AJ10 Ier argument a ta ftcvur of the thegoat tileaoat tengoat
goat to its It freedom from disease a to ease It ItDOt to hnot tonot
not an expensive animal to buy and aadtb andthe 11II 11IIthe
tb the cost ef Its maintenance to smalL u
The principal objection to the aahaa1 aahaa1Its aahesiis rtr rtrand
is Its teDCIeDeT to destroy young JOuag tr trlid trees treesarid
and lid shrubs sIaru but this may J be beby overcome
by tethering t A permit IJIdt to keep k a goat goats goatnot
s s not regture1 enl ta the thets District
featr ts MIlk It tadoraad atoo by other otherauthorities otJMrtbOr1tIM otheratbaitles
authorities on the tb mils q1M question tIoIL In Ina 111a Ina
a recent artlcW on the C Cctf Common Sense Senseof S ne neof
of the Milk Jk Question Q John Spmrgei Spuj8Mya Spergarays
says I IAU
MyaAU AU things considered co ldderec1 the neglect oft et etthe ofthe
the goat t as a miles miIcIkas animal animalas especially especiallyas
as a arovMer of milk for 1 1much infants is isJRueh ishnaeh
much to be deplored That an II extensive exte extensivee slYe slYee I
re > e off ofrUs its milk In place of that of the theow the1r
ow would lead to a considerable a Ie re I
ductkxi te the mortality from various
forms of tuberculosis ft which afflict In Infants IIItams ¬ i
fants Is highly probable indeed I8 eecI prac practically Ke I i iseevral I
tleaHy c certain < < tbL It Is to be hoped that thatthe I
the Department partIDeftt or Agricmtpre e and Ute theseeeral I
seevral state bureaus will see fit to tomike 1 1mlke i imike
mike known this truth cone coacerahMr the themt thenotch
mt notch > ch maligned maJl < < ed scat oat and to toits encourage I i
its breed breedtar sag and use f nK r mUch JIdIc per pecPOH perposes
POH poses S
One middle aped sporran Uvia living ta inn B J2e s ston
ton n has u written asking the bureau to tolocate tolocate tolocate
locate her husband who deserted de erte leer leercalf berthe er er1It
calf a dGm dote veers wo aDd J hfdmoad eIWId Ia liete Iatee
the WaR w est with wtt
a youacer YOU and fairer wo woman woJDI1 wemu ¬
man mu on whom she described de c oecl as a 4wede 4wedeI Swede ede edeweal
1 I would like to wrins the necks of
both this woman writes and ad ft 1tDOt should shouldnot gbeIdnot
not Ve dfeHcn dilitculj to distinguish cI them ue by b bthe
the eenaa eeD aIJr records 1 because I dont be ¬
lieve there are 1 many 7 Irishmen Irt Iamea married nuirriedto
to Swedes in this country countrySbe COUIVTYSiae contShe
She signed ea her same but the Census CensusOflSee CeD8USomre CensusOffice
Office has been unable aIe to help betIn her herlost her1R
1R tact UteoCJIee the offlee is DOt a tracer of ofJo8t oflost
lost persona eFSOIIS as is supposed by JBaD7It many manyporttinity
It pointed out tJwt wbils It Jaaa aD ep epJHrtHnlty opportunity
porttinity to shims te this particuter particuterKs MLItIee1ar MLItIee1arIts
Its records arc ar maintained ta such a amanner a amaDDer amanner
manner as to serve for statistical parposes par purposes parpo ¬
poses po es and ad not 1I t for personal or tadl tadlvWual btdIM1IaI Iedividval
vWual reasons reasonsThe rea reasonsThe oaa oaaThe
The mflttoBB mII of names collected are arenot wenot arenot
not arranged ta atauabetleal l order orderwith onIerwIUt orderwith
with the t e niece of residence r beside the thenaiaa tJtee thename
name e as fa the eeo case e ft af netrlGS
They T1I y era U < it axvased e aec aecmerattea l1 J t8 t8merlt1 owe owemetatin
merattea merlt1 n districts eetntfes and 1Id States StatesI I
I
RATES SUSPENDED SUSPENDEDI
By WESTERN ROADS miProposed ROADSaProposed
I
Proposed ropos Freight Tariff In Increases Inr
i creases Voluntarily With Withdrawn Withdrawn r
drawn Until November NovemberIncrea NovemberIncrease I
Increa Increase ed freight rains r on aD rail railroads railnrrda
roads bet between the Atlantic Atlan tJaa tJaa1bNky coast neatlit aad aadtbe aa > d
lit tbe RMky mountains have now newwithdraws been beenwithdrawal
withdrawal withdrawalThte withdraw withdrawTIaIs withdrawsThin 1
Thin condittJon COIM tuoa was made madefollowing pesslbN pesslbNCaatrmaa
following eI1e g ap 1 esoe today be bet DetwMa DetwMaCftaIrm tw I
Caatrmaa CftaIrm t l airmaa TViapp apg of < < the > Interstate InterstateOosnmeree I Iouerce InterstateCaaameroe
Oosnmeree Osinailssisa I 1 said ta the theangers trams traJBcmanagers i
managers enJ representing rei ntt < < railroads rann wtta wttaa wv wvis tilt II
is a the jurisdiction Ju ledea of f ta 1M Western Westaratrunk W Westerntrunk atent t
trunk lines 11 Similar action wa ww taken takenof taJeatwo takestwo I
two clays all4 Ity the traffic uicc meaagsra meaagsraof
of c the ant pad the agreement agreementtared t es estared i
tared Into today to tolines slang aaatI only tin tIaoeIt tinnme
nme lines It as that thatTbe A811 agreement agreementThe at
The The Interstate In Commerce Coma C Comashah
shah 3 et te now n ta a QUOD position tion to prb prbtetlaer proceed proceedwith PIOCeedwttII I Iwith
with its invvstteatlost tD as to w wthe whether whethertbe wbetMrae
the ae proposed rates are arewithout reasonable rtNPP rtNPPrUbout reasonableamount
rUbout being g hampered pend IIF an ease eaect easemess
mess amount t of detailed office officewhich work workbefore workwlaJeh
which would ordinarily y 1te JMoC1 aaremsr uy uyor y
before or The investigating machinery machinerycoaid ma macould eIbaery
could be pat RIt into effect effectincidentally effectJaekloMlt effectincidentally
incidentally JaekloMlt lb the railroads and lid ship shippers shippers shippens lp ¬
pers throughout t rougboa tbe country will willContinued be beContinued DeContlnued
Continued on Eleventh Page PageTHE PageSUES
SUES TO DISSOLVE DISSOLVETHE DISSOLVETHE
THE BATHTUB TRUST MISTGovernment TRUSTGovernment TRUSTGovernment
Government Starts Proceed Proceedings Proceedings Proceedings ¬
ings at Baltimore Against AgainstSixteen AgainstSixteen AgainstSixteen
Sixteen Firms FirmsBAITIMORE FirmsBAL FirmsBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE BAL RE 34d July J 2L LThe L Tbe Gov Goverament Goveminent
eminent fled suit here ere today W ay to ieodvthe cusaoive cusaoivetbe
Ute Bath Tub trust tnJ t the t e annual out output output t tput ¬ I
put of which Is ttCMsMThe ttCMsM 14LM94MThe
The suit which was filed ta the t e United UnitedStates U UStates UStates aim I
States circuit court Is ta the form ofbill of 0 a abill 1 1Wit
bill of equity under uo er the Sherman Sben R anti antitrust aafitoast DtI DtItntst ¬
trust act asking the dissolution o solutbte o ot otSaaltary ofSanitary ilea tbeSanitary
Sanitary Iron Ware Combination Combinationup made madeup madeup
up of sixteen sL teen manufacturers roanufactnrersThe
The T 6 bill was flied by Edwin P Gros Grosvener Grosveft9r G Gvener r
vener special assistant to the Attorney
General and Del Joseph Darling Darlingagent specialeot special specialagent
agent eot of the the department departmentThe departraeatTbe
The investigation of the Bath Tub Tubtrust Tubtrusr T Ttrust nb
trust disclosed that the sixteen sixteenfaeturiDS mans maaufacturtng mansfactoring
factoring firms control the prices Pricesterms and andterms aDdterms
terms of sale of their preduets prfH letS through throughout the theout ugh ¬
out the United States StatesTiie StatesThe StatesThe
The bill alleges that tb they t eJ compel aH aHJobbery aUrs a allJobbers
Jobbery rs to sign ironbound tro CMGMI contracts C8II CUJ as ascoDdtlen
coBdJtien of obtaining g their good goo <
refuse to sell to anyone e not sign ¬
such uaifarm oeatraete 0 IItr8et8 They nave e
advanced a vanccd prices It t is 1 charged
1FT FT MONROE HEROES HEROEWHO HEROESArmys
WHO H0 SAVED Efl LIVESREMAIN LIVESREMAIN LIVES LIVESArmys
REMAIN IN HIDING HIDINGArmys HIDINGHonors
Armys Highest HighestH0 Honors HonorsAwait HonorsAwait HonorsAwait
Await Men Who Carried CarriedPowder CarriedPowder CarriedPowder
Powder as Sparks Fell FellI FellFUNERAL FellFUNERAL
I FUNERAL SERVICES SERVICESHELD SERVICESI SERVICESHELD
HELD IN OPEN AIR AIRI
I
I t j Bodies af SeveR of Eiewea en Vic Victiats Vicatiflas
tiats Borne o 8R as asCarrie Gas Qewi
i i Carmge CarmgeFOKT Carrie Pfil PfilI PfilII
I
i
I
II FOKT < MratBOV Va Va JoJy 2i VStronger L LSt
j Stronger St er even evenj tIIIIa tile 8IIocIt eC grist p1eCI
j and horror cawed by the crushing cn IaIIIg IaIIIgof out outof outof
of the lives u of eleven men of the Strty Strtyninth SlxtyIlnth Ststyrtnth
ninth Company of Coast Artillery is I the thechorus tileebGrua thechorus
chorus of praise for two tw medBiit sol soldiers 801krs eeldir ¬
diers dir krs ra wheee names are yet unknown 1 unknownbut Imown
j lIMIt but for whose cjonlutsu CG rl usaraaa seu ag and andI
i I presence of mtasl the ewckv craw of ofKo orI ofIto
Ko 1 gun of that Dsitusn DIJD DIRolsy battery batterywould 1IIr batterywaouid uy uy1d
I would 1d have beam wiped out It ta yester yesterdays yMtercIaT yeMerdays ¬
days cIaT cIaTi eKplosloni eKploslon
i i f I K Nothing 4hiDS could have e saved the remain rematajdec ftIDaIDJ
jdec J del at the ofncers and men ta > d the em emI emherd
i p1 r t herd I not these m two nameless namelessheroes eu eutbreaD
I iI heroes embed through a shower of steelfragments steel steelgin steelbaraID
gin fragments amines and burning baraID powder ea carrying carryingta rying ryingI
I In their arms fiftypound flftyP d sacks Its of oftinokttim ofsmoeiee st st11111I1
tinokttim 11111I1 powder that wore likely to toIgntta to1p t4igabe
Igntta 1p at any second sal hurl th the e mennearby men menJamas menetendQ
nearby is eternity eternityJanes
etendQL
Jamas 1 L Prentice and Lfeot LfeotBE UeutI
I t r Gearp BE Bawes Baw Jr who worked withthe with wttbto wfthto
the ides to get the powder pow Ir to safety safetybut afetyshaN safetyshare
shaN Ja tM general glory but the two twosoldiers twosc
l
soldiers sc are bailed as the real heroes of ofyesterdays ory orTe ofyeoreisys
yesterdays y disaster diaactvT disasterTe
T Te Award A Merit t Centres CentresBemeadatlea Cert eatsc eatscPueiiiiiii eat8LtIIat
Pueiiiiiii Bemeadatlea iidarion that they be given gtvencertificates givenef givencans
certificates cans of merit the hfafamt honor honora boDoroNIer
i a soldier can obtain te rise of ofm peace peacewill
i will m be embodied te the report of the theofficer theI theof theoffleera
I
officer of appointed to investigate the ac accident accldeGt accident ¬
cident cidentAfl cldeGtAD cidentAn
Afl day the board of of officers otaIcentOr cers appointed appointedfor
for the M purpose have beau SnaR taiostiftSTjiii taiostiftSTjiiitfcst iga tn tAg tAgu 8 8r6
u tfcst accklanar nA hja tojaManta I It IsaAtag IsaAtagaave r6 r6iis
iis t lave aave been unable to totwo tohioesa todear
dear two hioesa hioesaI men are are16e
16e Theat I e andw r their queries meet Is that thatBnyone thatWOUW thatanyso
Bnyone would have done doaetlle toe same thing thingunder th1Dgullder thingunder
under tb the same circumstance drcu Colonel
Townatey T is determined to find out whothe who whothe whothe
the men are however ever and he has promland prom promised COm COmJIteI ¬
land to see ee Mat that uuu they are rewarded rewardedKQtoi rewardedXiIe rewardedTilled
Tilled la Lime of XNrty XNrtyXnied DotyBllhed wty wtyIn
Xnied In the line of duty Is heaissple the thesimple thesimple
simple epitaph embodied ta the morning morningreports JDOn1 JDOn1reports mornin
reports or tile mints Cmpuay v OJ OJdie opposttt
postta the nsmra of th the eaves men sacriioed sac sacTnto sacI
I riioed riioedThis Iced IcedThJ
This afternoon the entire tamsninJ of ofofficers oretfteIn ofohtae
ohtae officers re and enlisted mea at Tort Mon Monroe Monroe Monroe ¬
roe turned tiwn d out to attend the funerals funeralsof
of 0 seven of the tileJIcft dead dadiota deadMore
More than 2 W men and women as assembled assembid 5 5tile ¬
sembled under the trees ta the eld fort fortbuut forttile fortbait
bait by the chief eaauyvi 1 of Na 2apeetoafs NaarI7 Napeelea
peetoafs s army as nay a test J st tribute of ofsoldlerc orloft
loft and respsst to 8eftL soldiers whohad who whohad wbo11M
had given then lives ttvesTae ItnBTIae
Tae chapel was too t o small to bold the thecrowd L1een thecrowd
crowd en WCI C Colonel IoDel Towns To1ev knew would wouldwant nit
want 10 attend the services and a tem temporary temp8IaW7 ¬
porary altar was erected in a bountiful beartifulgrove beeo bountifulgrove tIful tIfuleC
grove of o trees tIeee near the entrance of the theMat therIMa thegoer
Mat The Tb bodies of the seven men on onhospital OReantaa88
gas anion prere conveyed from the theto
hospital to the openair chapel escort escorted e eort eorted ¬
ed by tile he surviving lrvh1D < < m tubers of the theSbctyntatb theSIxOeIItli thetyainth
Sbctyntatb Company Chaplain Wil Will WtlIissta WilIteat
Iteat l R Scott conducted the services servicesand eervicesaDd servicesand
and the Fourth Coast Artillery Band Bandfsratebed Bandr1l Bawdferamed
fsratebed r1l the music musicSeUtives mu muReJatiws musicRelatives
Relatives Hemg n FroThe Fro ProaThe FHILTIae
The bodies that were laid In a row be before before befors ¬
fore tae minister m liRer were those of Private PrivateH
H II L A4ry Private W Cnadwiek private privateBoy Prtvatuaey PrivateItsy
Boy Duatey uaey Private Judd E Hogan HasanPrivate BosanPIhae
Private dive W Stag Private James JamesSnlli JamesJL
JL Tlet IIIIWr > aer and Privet Andy J Snlli SnlliTbe SulliT1ae
vas
The relatives ee of f these men nave asked askedthat askedtllat askedthat
that their bodies be sent to their homes homesfor Domesfer
for burial and they ue are to bo forwarded forwardedby f fby
by boat ani train tonight tonightThe tonightThe tonightThe
The funeral of Sergt Harry Q Hesswill Hess Hesswin Hessw
win w I also aao be held ta Phoebus tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowattnooa tomorrowattwaoou
afternoon and a 4 services for Corp Charles CharlesO C arles arlesO
O A Adfcins aad Alfred W Smith will also alsobe also1teId alsobs
be held ta Phoebes sometime tomorrow tomorrowFull tomOrrowFIIII tomorrowFull
Full military honors will be accorded accordedeach accordedeadI accordedeach
each of the dead menThe men menThe JDeJLTbe
The body boe > r of Corp Albert Al Bradford hasnot has hasand hasDOt
DOt yet 1 been eea claimed and lid will be held helduntfl heldUBt helduntil
until UBt tomorrow IU when C if no directions as asto asto asto
to its disposition 4 11tiou are received it will willbe w11lbe1Ierte4 willbe
be be1Ierte4 buried In the poet cemetery cemeteryKings cemeterYKia cemeteryTags
Kings Kia s Funeral P + uera1 Ia Daytee DayteeThe DaytHTIIewest DaytooThe
The TIIewest saddest of the funeral will be bethat bethat bethat
that of Private Olive W King which whichThis whichto
Is to be 1 e held im Dayton Ohio Thissddier This ThisjaMia TbiaSllJldlerp
jaMia a young man had enlisted eaIt ted In Inthe InUte inthe
the army nIQ to obtain g commission co hn His Hisfather Hisfather
father te a pvonrineat physician of Day Dayton DayU Daytoe
ton U and his famuy is i one of the wealth wealthiest w wealthIewt alth althhilt ¬
hilt ta that section of the country The Theyoung The70UIIC Theyoung
young man had ad only been in the ser service Mrvice service ¬
vice three months but had already alreadyshowm alreadyshown
shown such ability that he was slated slatedfor slatedfor statedfor
for early rb promotion His work bad not notonly Tlotonly notonly
only attracted the attention of the thecompany th thcompany theoIIIJIIUIY
company officer offJ < oeno but Colonel Townsey Townseyand To Towns e eaDd ey
and many other of of3cet8 3cers rs had noticed and andColonel andhlPlv ando
ap o ok highly of Wm this mornin morninCoIceI morning < <
Colonel Townsley this morning morni sent senta
a telegram of sympathy and condolence condolenceto ndole
to Dr King the dead soldiers father fatherand fatherand
and win also write a letter telling tt1 th thstricken thE thEuIeI thegriefstricken
griefstricken stricken uIeI D parents something of ofs oftJIdr ofseas
tJIdr seas s n Cfreer reer In the army armyvs rmJ rmJv
1Y vs v u Slide Broken BrekenThe BakeJ1The
The supposed breaking b of a safety safetyslide atetysUcIe safetyslide
slide which had five minutes before bef C6 sue successfully sueee ¬
cessfully ee tuI1y withstood a heavy bea test Is theonly the theonly tbeonly
only cause that can be assigned am < < fted for the theaccident theaccident
accident No one yet kn kDWS > ws whether or ornot orJI8t
not this W slide llde was brokea beolidmnThe brokeaThe aok aokTJIe
The eon had not been fired In the thegraetlee thaFadIee thegradies
graetlee that was In progress pr t Ta Tile men menwere menwere
were marking ready for the first shot shotCantata lIbotCaptaIa
Cantata Prentice was In command c of ofthe o otIae othe =
the battery 1 tter7 Lieutenants Haws ant antVan an anVan aniVaa
Van DaMn were with Xo I gun gunSevere g < lD lDScere
Severe lasts were aopiied ap 4ied edto to evcij eq
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