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Men MenFORCEDTO Who Rushed Through ThroughFire ThroughFire ThroughFire
Fire Zone With Powder PowderAre PowderAre PowderAre
Are Discovered DiscoveredMERIT DisCoveredMERIT DiscoveredCERTIFICATES
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tkas t iI5 Held at Pheobus Pb Pheth Db s Report Reporton R ReportSo0II port portCNI
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Fort Monroe Disaster Reveals Re Reveals Reveals
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tifieates of f memo memoPrivate it itPrivate it itPrhBte
Private Fred FauHcaer FauHcaerC FatlDoterCtHtk FaalkaerCotek
C CtHtk c AVMMam jMi H HmTSlc HmTSlcPrivate J K r1c r1cPrivate lc lcPrhate
Private Charles X Parks ParksPrhBte ParksPrivate
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ices la time er Peru perHLI pertlLIet1t PeruLieut
LI LIet1t eat George P Xawe8y Havre JR JRJJe JrLle Jrheat
JJe heat d t Geerge I L Va Fan Dwsca D DeEeeaSergi DwscaSergt 5ea 5eas
Sergt s J H KlaeaM KlaeaMCarpers KIaeaHLCerpera1 hilaeaidCerperal
Carpers Jeba D H1HBPkrles H1HBPkrlesCerperal HawphrlesCerperal II < hrJe hrJeCerperal
Cerperal R1bletra W1H Bryan BryanFORT BQBLFOJtT BryanFORT
FORT Monroe Va Jury 2rTremb 2rTrembItog 3 IrTnmIJIR Tre mb mbfl
fl JIR Itog < g < stammering flushing AaIII Rnlthi DC as W I caught caughtla caa eattghtcome t tia
la some infraction Infract n of the thef regulations regulationsfear
fear f members of the Sixtyninth SixtyldDdap Com Comre Cootpeny
p peny ay OC Cost Artillery w were < re < e lined up upTownsJey upIa upfn
Ia the omee oC LIeut Cot Clarence P PTOWJI PTownedey
TownsJey TOWJI ey this JDOI11 morning DC to receive r < < che the thepersonal tbepenoaal theperonaj
personal commendstkm COMV r tftn sad ad praise of ofthe ofUae ofthe
the cuiiiuiiiMltiift j IJ officer of the poet poetfor po bestfor t tfor
for tiMir heroism in carrying e tryia 1 bags of ofto ofsalltehaas
salltehaas 1 nv powder to BafMy from the thebe tMgwaIJa thegun
gwaIJa gun platidsean of tIIe be naed De DeDuery 3tussdlnaLery Unasy Unasybattery
battery DuerySeIdo Tlimsnsy TlimsnsySeldom hordaySddor
Seldom SeIdo te the history of < < the army armyhas anDYbaa armyhas
has there been so rs much ac o difficulty V in inidentifying InJoihudf7bc InidemRifyhg
identifying men who had hdthentalves A4It4dMheclthe Jhulngulihnd Jhulngulihndthenninves
thenninves the as was enosune encountered eae aate1e4 ered by th thofficers the tbeotftcen theoileers
officers w wartillerymen who amrcbed ebeIl out outrtI11eQmeL these modest modestartillerymen
artillerymen artillerymenIt
It was not until late yesterday after afternoon afternooa aft aftnoon ¬
noon after the funerals fu aerates of 0 seven of ofand ofbe ofthe
the be victims tII that cape James PnDttee PnDtteeDIll Prwdceand
and DIll Lieut Jacob A Mack summoning summoningthe rn mmooing mmooingthe tww twwthe
the entire company 7 one at a time aad andexamintag aadtbeIa aadexambbg
examintag them closely obtained obtaIDecIthe obtaIDecIthe1tnIt the theX0O theBrad
Brad eID clue t8 tile t IeIItItr tile tiletear heroie heroiefour
X0O tear
Hot Ca CIMeIy dy y yThen Xxaauae XxaauaeThen Xx aei aeiTIIea
Then It was necessary to send end a cor corporal corponl corporal ¬
poral and squad of men to drag two twomethods tweof twoof
of hem t eIa Into tIN nom and U to resort to tometbocJ8 tometirods
methods resembling mc the third decree decreeexamination tJecneexamtua degreeexamination
examination examtua oa to obtain from them a aconfession aucoafellllloD ac
confession c of the part they Iey played tot totpreventing Iapreveat itprevestttg
preventing preveat a < < farther tartberTho disaster disasterThe disasterThe
The report of o Captain Prentice on the thefact tilef thefacts
fact f of the disaster was completed e corn I led ed ed1Iigbt last lastnight hatAlght
night and was forwarded to the dietr post postcommander pastcommander
commander tr today In this report Cap Captain Captain Coptama ¬
tain Prentice will recommend recommendFor rec r rFer
I For certificates of merit maltPrivate meritPrivate medtPrtvate
Private Fred Faulkner FaulknerCook Fa1lDmerCook FaulknerCook
Cook William H Hawk HawkPrivate HawkPrivate HawkPrivate
Private Charles B f ParkaPrivate Parka ParksPrivate ParkaPrtvate
Private D C Wigley WigleyFor wtpe7Fer
For special commendation 1I1I 1I1Ifor as a reward rewardlor
for distinguished services te atime time of ofPeC efperil ofPernIkst
PeC peril
PeCLleat Lleat George P Hawes BawellLteat Jr JrJUout f r rList
List JUout George L Van Dm n nSlllJ Doan DoanSeegpeeset an anSaraeant
Saraeant SlllJ J Jcaporal H H Kind KincaidCorporal KIBeai4Owpanl
Corporal John D Humphries Humphrlrpal HumphriesOsrpsral HumpIuieLQIIrp4waI
pal William W Uiam Bryan BryanHomec BryaaR
Homec R eel Are Disgusted DitastedA Disgusteddisgusted ei eiJa
A Ja more le disgusted ed quartet quartetthan wasnever was
ne never Mea than the four first named namedcommanding namedmea ed edmea I
mea when they wen ordered before the theodmmanding
01 commanding officer o Ieer this thith morning They Theycame Theyca Theycame
came ca sheepishly like small I boys 8iu 8iuOsotln suiy suiyfOonttoued INTItotLa
totLa fOonttoued ed on Second Page PageLEATHER Pa PaWEATHER PageWEATHER
The biloat IndKatlmn are that the itsstein wsaberastorm itssteinstorm ra ratorDI
storm area ar a will advance a YaIIce slowly eastward eastwardand ea8tWa ea8tWaCIaII8e eastwardand
and cause local showers tonight or Sun SuacIa7 Sunday j jday
day m me th onto Valley vane the Lake LakeDIIl1 reatenand region regionand
and DIIl1 Te Tennessee nne l see Scattered showers are arealso areaJIIe areoleo
also probable in the south Atlantic and andeast andeIUIt andeast
east Gulf States and the weather wilt wiltbe willbe wtUbe
nriandnlesettI be benriandnle unsettled settI tonight and sunday In I I the themiddle tilemiddle thetic
nriandnle middle Atlantic tic and New lahghsd lahghsdr bap
r States StatesThe r rTIle
The temperature re wfll rise tonight tOldcbt1tGtbera in inttochern ini ininorthern
4 northern Michigan Wh n and extreme northern northernXew DOrtbentNew northern2ew
New York v and it will continue highduring high highduring biIrIidudllr
during > the next thmidie thmidiehtyetz thirtysix htyetz hours hoursout tIuo8dt tIuo8dtout
out the Atlantic t Stat States the theafter 01d8 01d8VIIeF
VIIeF after and tile theeuthrmra euthrmra fIIMea fIIMeaJIi 1ltataSam
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ateht asdaamlay sad 9urrday light to toSUN aodeaaee aodeaaeewinds 1 1SUN
vaxiaifls winds
81m zises 43i 43iSon
it Sun now a = =
Tea7Hash T osarHte Bt a tide 1 a IlL m IlLP an aol aolm fcfC fcfCmTL
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Toerorr T + we13igh IaJa LM s Or ni mad madP
P 8 p m Low tide 3 15 a L m aad 4O 4Om 4OHABPER3 4C7 4C7HAKPKKS m mJ mHA1IPEJtS
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HAKPKKS yERRT W Tsx Vaclear July a aPotomac hsFataenae
Potomac dear and fltitnannnsh It very reryWfcsie Tel TelIIII veryoeddy
oeddy tbb IIII IDOIDbIc IDOIDbIcW moaning moaningWlsele
Wfcsie W eIe Wih WSaaowg W ndywa Gts GI Gisoei ea ei i Jc Jct c SXs SXsLtb1MJ x S SFseak
Fseak t 2k I4ba Ltb1MJ y c Oft tfh th h k N Y Ave Avev
Steamer teamer Momus With Fire Firein Firein Firein
in Hold Gets Aid of ofSister ofSister ofSteer
Sister Ship ShipSING ShipSING ShipSING
Passea P Pabseltgers ers Beiurve Braveijr Braro Alter AlterOrigin AterOri AlterOre
Ore Origin iIEt1 l Exeitemeat IsQW isQed Is IsQmeted
Qed QmetedCKAHUESTOX QW QedCgARLk ted teds
CgARLk CKAHUESTOX foN s C Co July a IThe 3LThenap IThelid The TheI
nap and lid Asa at o the whwism sending Mftdlrgout sendingout
I out the S O S caJItJM caO the high sea cry cryfor cryfor cryfor
for help helptoday today n resulted in the saving ing of ofscores ofsnore
scores of 0 lives after lames brok out outon outOlD outOs
on the 5 5CfetOll SO < Stos t < n coast liner Mpmusowned Mpmus Mpmusowned pm us us0WDed
owned by hi b the Southern Pacific Coin Coctpany CoinNews ComYo
pany Yo off tile FlorIda FlorIdaNewt ooaet ooaetNews
News of the disaster was received d hereIn here hereThe hertba
ba wirdas disDatdhtL disDatdhtLThe 1 II tCbq i iThe
The Comas c a sister ship It hnlonging It to tothe toUte tothe
the same line answered the can standIu stand standhue and j jIDIr
hue by while the pasaengerj 11 were transferred trans tramltand transferred ¬
ferredThe ferred ferredThe tandThe
The advices sent at oat whUe the vessel vesselwas vesseltnI8 ves < eI eIwas
was ablaze in twelve fatbcms ma of Water Watersaid W4tersaid 4ter 4tersid
said that there was a 3 I minimum of con confusion contu confuion ¬
fusion tu n among the pasenners and hat thatnearly hatnearly hatearlY
nearly au especially the wcmen actei acteiw acteiwJtIa actMwith
with helOima from tIN time the ft flmes flmeswere s
w were re discovered until they were safe safeaboard sataboant safeaboard
aboard the relief ship shipThere shipThere
There were sixty pssssngers rlrr purseas 1 11 is on O t board boardand boardDC boardant
and DC a crew of IS menThe men JIW JIWThe
The Morns 1Ioa ptte like + he Comes eo be between betweft1 between
tween New ew York and New Ort OrtOf nn She Shemade Shemade
made her that uq fa Nqyr JMt JMtOf Iil IilOf
Of steel 4J 41S feet Ionic she was built nt ntPhiladelphia JaPlaibdetDhia inPhfndelahia
Philadelphia by WlUtemh Crams ca and madSoar andSena aMSoN
SoN Her brun te 5L2 3l feet and her herd berMotb herdpth
d Motb > orh S S6 feet feetfine f fbe feetShe
fine be left New York test Woanosday Woanosdaywith Wedo W Wwith ky kywith
with a large Iari a PeDpr n Bniam list and a acarco good goodcargo goodego
cargo of freight She was due m New NewOrleans N NewOrleans < < W W0rIeaas
Orleans late tomorrow or early ITonday ITondayKM y yI orday ordayFite
KM I e Wen w Advanced AdvancedThe A YaJlCeiTIle vaaced vaacedThe
The fire was well wellyestenlay advanced when dhv dhvcovered dbcovered
covered yesterday afternoon For Formem a aBIe atime
time BIe dons were made de to keep the them db dbuatien
uatien m born tile knowledge 0 the pM pMllat parsuers
mem but eventually y this became tec hpesleia tectte 11I1I1Ii
pesleia an the Ml osSse tee t sained aIDed headway headwaypatting
111 tile meantime the wk we Ies had Iaadepittbqr been beenephtbsg
patting out lashes < rasne hee tntissnutly IDe afy tQ Wh When WIa8aIt n nIt
It was seen that the i J pnape TTngcn would wouldinevitably wealdIae wouldinevitably
inevitably Iae have ba to know the situation situationthe sitoattot4the
the answer of the Comus can was picked pickedup
up She was bound 1Ip p the coast front front2C fJwaKew ftemKew
2C Kew KewCapt w Orleans Orleansdered OrleansCapt
Capt John Boyd 01 the tbeered Momma Mommadered
dered ered aU bands to fight the fire It Itimpossible wins winsImpoeedbie
bn impossible 08llibie to penetrate the u ftamkw hold holdso boYtJie holdso I
so the hatches were battered dove and andthe andthe lId lIdtJae
the pumps kept going incessantly en Jlltl flood floodin ftoodI I
in lag the tJaeThe compartment compartmentThe
The vessel was compelled to toad slacken slackenspeed aleck n nspeed
speed and ad then lay to The life boats boatsscngers heatsre hosinwere
were re got In readiness to take the pas pasaIIbore pesosners
scngers ashore It was proposed to tend tendthem JaMtbeID landthem
them on the sandy but treacherous trMehea trMeheabeach treacherousbeach treacherombeach
beach if necessary necessaryA neeearySias
Sias An 1fpt 1fptA fi bL bLA
A few of the passengers C went to the theaid Uteaid theaid
aid of the officers oooperatta e > > operatIa te temaintaining inAJ1 b bmolnta
molnta maintaining cheerfulness xn through throughthe tiaroecItbe
the be night Jd at anxious groups of pMoaoaaiTH pMoaoaaiTHhuddled J pseeeogoshuddled I r rnIddJIid
huddled on deck but some were in induced Iato Induced ¬
duced to go to bed bedTIM bedThe i iwho
TIM saloon was turned ever Y < < to those tlIo8erIIo thosewho
who rIIo preferred to stay JIta awake and two twoscore UOecore twoscore
score passengers pa 11 1et4f sang aa c aU night white whiteone wofeewhen wJilleODe
ODe of t their etr nnmbec B plaYed the piano pIaaoen pianoWhen
when en the Corms C came up at las lamnd lamndher nd ndher d dMr
her master mast Captain Maxson alg si 8111111 8111111tIakt iiteJ iiteJthat ilkl ilklthat
that he was we ready to take aboard aI oar all allpassengers allUter allpassengers
passengers Uter the condition of those ib < MIe on onthe onthe onthe
the Momus Kma was as good as could L Lexpected ie ieexpected e eexpeetec
expected Some of the more nervous nervouso
however were m a tate bordering bonJeriD on onThe oncollapse I Icollapse
collapseThe collapse collapsepat
The smolt 1 boats oats of both ships were Weieput wereput
put to the task of transferring traD8t the men menwomen menWoaaeD menwomen
women and children from the Momma 0ImJS
Today the blaze was got under control controlFear coDtroLFear controlF
F Fear of toha Its flaring up should air be al ¬
lowed to enter the compartment prevented pre prevented prevented ¬
vented the t e opening of the hatches for
the time being beIJI however howeverUntil boweverUntil howeverUntil
Until the hold could be searched after
the process of smothering should be beabaDdoDed beabandoned
abandoned no definite estimate of the thee
damage e could be made de according to the theofficers tileotll theofllors
officers officersRude otll ofllorsRude 1L 1LRude
Rude investigations in ptJoa however clod ted ec1 to
the statement that the hull of the thewas ves vessel veasel ¬
sel was not damaged damagedcould and that she sheprobably Idleprobably sheprobably
probably could make port without diffi difff4culty difficulty 4ItfMcnh7 ¬
culty under her own steam steamALGERIAN steamALGERIAN steamALGERIAN
Attack t tCk Boudenir Mail and Are ArePursued AreParsaed
Pursued P rsued by StrongForce Strong StrongPAJtIS
PAIlS July 2L Algerian Al < < edua brigands brigandshave brigandsbare ripadsJIIme
have attacked the Boudenir Boude it JDdtw matt kRiing kRiingtwo ktIlia ktIliatwo
two tw whites in a hot fight according oocor ing to todispatches tetcbeB toalapatchen
dispatches tcbeB received received here today todayA
A strong force of troops has taken taJr up
the u chase of the robbers who looted the thesacks theauks thesacks
sacks Another fight is expected expectedMORMONS expecte4MORMONS expectedMORMONS
A Arraag fjIIIeIKs Kieirts Complete Sec Ceie Ceiebriion Ceebnl Celebratioli
briion bnl en of Entrance to toValley toValley toValley
Valley ValleySAXT ValleySALT ValleySALT
SALT LASE LAKE CITY CITr Utah July 1 1An 2iAi 1S 1Stbe
An Ai aagoents H ta ban been completed eoDIPIeteitile for forthe
tile customary 0IDIUy celebration tomorrow t au > rrow of
Utahs Utah L Ptoncer Day the anniversary of ofthe eldie ofthe
the entrance enttz enttzBrigham of Brigham Young and the thePioneers thepIoaeeTs thepro
pro Pioneers a rs into the Great Salt Lake Val ValJ8l Val1e7
ley to 1M7 1M7The J8lIbe
The ThePr day b ohseTVed h aItIo by the Latt + x xsetri0trnts
setri0trnts Day IdIIts of hriaho 0 0nt Oregon and otIa other otherFreot < M MPlMat
Pr PlMat at B Doors cs Gk Glased ed 4 400 + 00 Apiece ApfeceX ApieeFraJIIc ApieceTxoak
FraJIIc Libbey a 08 Ith if X T T Ave
r rn rr Jlaris ll1 ii iiDR s sDR U UDR
Pr Prominent raiaest Washington Clubman Whose hose Wife Alleges Bribery To Force Her HerTo HerTo HerTo
To Begin Divorce Proceedings ProceeuiagsWife Plocee ProceedingsWife iap iapVife
Wife of Dr J Wesley Bowe ee Also Begins Suit to Com Compel CompelP ComI ¬
pel pelP I Pa Payment yz 1erit of a L rger > ger r Amount of Money Moneyfor loneyfor Moneyfor
for Her H < < Support
Mrs Mm Eattearln AMMO wtt It Ue sC Or OrJ DrJ 1Dar1lyecAey
J J Wester IeF Bwe > a a prS srossrnent Inemt Wash wasllhiESioa Washcharged w wi1M
hiESioa Xffyei i1M 11 11Ia U e niMiA to1 to1cbargpd
charged Ia te ib Btstrtcf 9opn 9opnCourt epnCoart t prera preraCourt
Court that h her r hueb haahand r ad II it had attempt attempted at atbribery ¬
ed bribery te an eaTort to secure an anabsolute ansbssiate II IIte
absolute te dtvoree from froMShe her herShe basShe
She charged ed further that that her herformer herfonaer herformer
former allowance of 311 a month monthmonUi monthleas oath oathreeeatly
leas reeeatly been citt cut down to ilS 1i a amoat amonth
moat month for the purpose of coei coercing + etag her herto herto herto
to seek B elt the u divorce divorceToday dtvorceT divorceTodays
Today T > action a tlon was brought Qt in the thehope thehope i ihope
hope that the court would fix the theamount themellllt theamount
amount of the allowance < e from Dr DrBovee DrBovee DrBoyce
Bovee to his ht wife pending divorce divorceproceedings divoreerocee4l divorceproceedings
proceedings rocee4l Mrs Bovee Boy complained complainedthat
that t 125 a month was not sufficient sufficientto mndeato
to maintain her m her accustomed a < < a adaJ so social social ¬
cial stationPro station stationFro statloaYro
Fro RUM petition now before the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court It seems that the u doctor and aadhis andhis ad adhis
his wife were married m In ISSf in this thiscity thisctt7 thiscity
city by 1 y Dr Reese Murray K1Ift and that thatthey thatthey
they lived 1iT happily until 147 1O r when Dr DrBovee DrBoy DrBovee
Bovee Boy it is charged cba ch e excluded exd his hiswife binwife
wife from his home boIIteLived borneLived homeLived
Lived In Lasary LasaryThe L1X1IIYThe LlisuryThe
The couple CO lph lived in luxury so the thestory thestory
story 80 T a F occupying a double suite suiteof suiteof vIt
of 1 apartments in the t e Rochambean in inthis inthis
this city eft They had a summer home homeon homeOs
on the St Lawrence river aad there thereentertained thereentertained thereentertained
entertained lavishly Ever since the theseparation theeparatjon theseparation
separation the entertaining at the theTO theBANDIT theBANDIT
KTTEANING rnG Pa July a DA A masked maskedrobber maskedrobber maskedrobber
robber today toda held up near Pendteton PendtetonPaymaster PeDd1eConPaTJDSter PendletonPaymaster
Paymaster M f Brown superintendent superintendentof superlnt < < MIeDt MIeDt9f
of the WidaooB Coal Minion D Company Companywho CoIapaJaYwaAnrouteto Companywho
who was waAnrouteto en route to the mine at B Rey Reynoldavtle y 7DOI4svI1Ie ynoldsvilte
noldsvilte with SUit M and shot r a akilled 4 4lolled dkilled < <
killed Honon Hor en Craig trat oraig < < who wiloBToWR accompanied accompaniedBrown acaompmiied acaompmiiedBrown
Brown as Ii a guard guardThe guardThe guardThe
The bandit then escaped but a posse possete
te searchingfor aearehl searching for him himThe h hThe himThe
The robber failed to secure the themoney theJDOIMY
Bureau Bur iu of Animal Industry IndustryArranges IndustryArranges IndustryArranges
Arranges to Get All AllThose AllThose AllThose
Those Unclaimed UndmimedDISTRICT Uncla UnclaimedDISTRICT med medDISTRICT
After Sttppreawag Slippreef ig the Correspond Correspondence CorresPond CorresPondence ¬
ence the Letters Closing Ck ag Deal DealAre DealAre DealAre
Are Made PuWic PuWicDoge PutlicDop Ptzb ic icDots
Doge picker up on n the streets ak ta in inWashington Inw InWashingga
Washington w are to be sold to the theBureau theFanon
Bureau E fit f Animal Industry for re research repeprell ree ¬
search e work or te other words are areto areto
to he turned over to that bureau for forthe fortM forthe
the purpose of practicing vtviseetton vtviseettonriched yinsectionThe Uon UonTIM
TIM Distract p government 1la to De eft eftrld1e enriched
riched to the extent of ot cents for each eachdog eachd eachdog
dog d put under the knife in the burntTbls bureau bureauThis burun
This n action on the part of the health healthauthorities healthatt healthaathodtfes
authorities att of the District acting act under pnderiireo underJirect MIer MIerJi
Jirect Ji iireo t order 0 Ien from the District Com CommJMloiitr Comml8llollen Cymn
mJMloiitr n is omers was brought to light 1t tt ttafrr today todayafter todayafter
after officials o < < IehJa in the District Bofintog Bofintogwho BnIidIelsRho 1hI 1hIwho
who bad been connected with dtP tb trans transaction u uacLtc transaction ¬
action acLtc vrofesaed fxnoranc of the mat matter matter I Iter ¬
ter or 4e t e positively ely refused to dill dtoctase dill10M dierime
rime the nature of the deal aII with the theBureau theBureaa theBureau
Bureau of Animal Industry IndustryAt
At the Bureau of Animal Industry Industryit
it was declared that no request had hadbeen ha haheu hadteen
been made on the District government governmentfor OVenameDt OVenameDtor
for or dogs taken to the p p7nd p7ndIn md DIdIn mdIn
In the District buUdmg Health O Oficer Ofhoer
fi ficer = Woodward and Dr Tl Ttod rIadJ rIadJcl ideh a d dcKned de defamed
famed cl Ded to ithicinm the matter u until late lateno lateIn lateIn
In the at afternoon < < DOODo when JW pressure Aue became becameso
no great t that Dr TIDieD admitted that thatthe thatfM thatthe
the District officials otacIa had entered ed into intofar tat intoa >
a dealwtth wtth the Bureau fd Animal Ia into
to tand furnish all the dogs needed neededfor
far the labratory work m In the tMC bureau bnroauC bureauOrders
C mmiMisinrrs h1r Orders OriersTais OniersTIaM OrdersThis
This action was w taken upon order orderfissa or ordersfrom iS iSUte
from the Commissioners CoIIaml notwith notwithstanding BotwItetamc notwithataadbg ¬
standing the fact that the protestsagainst protests protestsAgainst protatIy
Against vivisection y iMetloa In Washington Waal BPon BPontame b boune by byme
tame me so o great eat two years rs ago that the theCommissioaers t tcaad theCsnmisdeaors
Commissioaers caad were forced by public publicopinion pabUcoPlnloa publicopinion
opinion to discontinn the nraetiee oC oCHsrnhig eCuq ofareas
Hsrnhig areas tie stray da s ever var ta the be busman busman14etai b poav poavSeveral
Several lenses lettsrspoottlcn 1 tmn 11awaC with tile dis disroeflticn
poottlcn of oCdoaam dean Ia the vound bane e paaa passed paaaed paaeel
ed between the Ou rhuiiis > r and Dr DiD DrD DrD
D A Melvin of fJlW1aen tare laaWhen tareWhen
When an effort 3rt was made Ie tor The TheTimes TheTimes neTimes
Times today to todo1M discover wnaj was wasdoss arfng arfngdon
don with the dom taken from rr th thrtrectis tM tMJo thenstreets
streets and also Jo to leant ra tfc tI the natnni 11 natp a of ofthe oCtile ofthe
the correspondence h an M Ii the s subject µ bet th threspondenee t the theofficials 6 6In
officials In tIe Bureau of AD Animal Indus 1Dd1IIItry Industry
try deeded < < that there hM been anv Y eM eMoa oorrespomlenee
respondenee on the tb snMeft TheY Mc PItwh Mcmade
wIsP wh seined that tbatmad artaranmeats bad bees beesrands
made whereby wbeftlwy wbeftlwyul1ld stray docs would Vi Viturned beturned
turned fIVer to them for sJtssvimentiI oxperimentelnnrnosea sJtssvimentiISimilar lU t
1110 nnrnosea nnrnoseaSimilar I ISImIlar
SImIlartM Similar secrecy was mamtained by byth b bthe
th tM District officials until at at1 lashCommhsdonor lash tongthTtoosly
Commhsdonor Sobtrbo 1 wb who lad pre prevloatsty 1ft 1ftVIoasly
Ttoosly rrren tT an ale that all curve correspondence curvespondenee ¬
spondence on the suet De B wlthhsld wdtibeidpermitted wlthhsldpermrtted In
permitted Dr Tindon to make tb the oar oarpubP osrThese e < <
JeIUIlI JOlt JOltTIleR pubP pubPThese
These letters phew tI w conctustveiy o1e1J that thatthe tiIKthe tintthe
the District i AjIh government > u HTim nt has mad MIMibarpln abargain a abargain
bargain to dispose 4ta cMIe of the done for r reents forcents m mcents
cents each eachThe eadLThe eachfbe
The dogs to hs turned over Orti to the ex ox7erhnezwus exIt x xZCThnenUKS
ZCThnenUKS It n are not boos afflicted WItitraWes with wtthrabies withrabies
rabies or < < w npe pxdad = ted of suffertmr from fromthat trolathat frownthat
that disease Such Sar dow dceai have beenturned been beenturced beeRblrce
turned blrce over ha the past without any spe special sPedaI special ¬
cial order and free of cbarjee The DeW aeworder DeWnr neworder
order nr er roncems ODceI perfeetlv y healthy MannT dogs dogspicked doRSJleked deanpicked
picked up upon on the theof streets streetsThe stnetaThe streetsThe
The desire a of the thestreets District otCicfeU and andofficials aDdotJCiaJa sadofficials
officials of the Bureau of Animal A Indn4ry In Industry IAduUT ¬
dustry makes it difficult to deterafiae deterafiaewhether tIetRewbether detecsainewhether
whether all U of the M correspondence vuHlullencebeen has hasbeen baabeen
been made public publicOn P1lblicOn publicOn
On the fact of the lie correspondence conUI II n II en as asK acIt asIt
It was given out today it would appearthat appear appearthat 1ItNIbat
that overtures overtu were first made to the thehnrean
bureau br b the District officiate officiateAmonc odidalsArnoncn
Amonc < < the letters which passed ed be between 1Mtefft between ¬
tween the t e bureau and the District DI trict offi officials oftichaIL ¬
cials are the following followingUnder r rUDMr followtnsUnder
Under date of July K Prof Pr f A A D Mel Melvin Helvin XeITIn
vin Chief of the Bureau of Animal In Industry lDI ¬
dustry wrote th the Commissionera ioners as fel falf felJoW1ii fellowI
I JoW1ii
JoW1iiHJ HJ f beg to acknowledge < < e the receipt receiptof
of your letter of the sixth instant instantinforming laetalatildonBIDc inetsatinforming
informing me that the Coimnisston Coimnisstonbnreau COJmIIIaIoDen
en have passed an order to seu ell tit titbureau till tillbureau
bureau dogs at not less than90 than IO cents centseach eentseach cutseach
each for use ta research work workBureau workThe workThe
The OoIIImIMtonen het v dieted July J 1IIy
21 1 was addre8 addressed ed to Prof K G Melvin MelvinBureau XeIvk1or
Bureau oc Animal Industry
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By GARRETT GARRETT P SERVISS Author of The Sky Pirate Moon Metal Efc EfcA EicA Eic EicA
A thrilling allab6or aUarD6orTiag ing story will take you to o the land of endless oodless night f far r from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the zone of everpreent everpra ent day dayMo
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summer platen Iaa lino oatniud V all eon the 11MYa theold
old seals the theyliead
yliead aihsrs aihsrsVa
Ya wht IIQI X nets ta the e doctor a vaua vauaisconm val valaeo vahuaM vahuaMIncome
Income aeo aad bIn practice In Washing Wa4inton ¬
ton brings the total up to 12506 5H All it
this the t wife shared until her herment a es ¬
trangement cece ment three ° years ago sg °
tth tthhati
Stace I n that time the husband has al ¬
lowed low lowmaintenance Mrs Bov Bores 1280 a month for h h1ISIDtenDCP her hernalntenaacP
maintenance This arrangement t she sher shesays
says r was satisfactory inasmuch as It Itallowed Itaile itshowed
allowed aile her to move te the same social socialelide socialcarries
elide as before Now NowCOIDpIaIn however she shecomplains shecomplains
complains the amount has been beeanduced reduced
by lOOn mane than half and she be is forced tC reed t tresort to toretIOrt toresort
resort to the th < < courts for help
The details of the doctors a income are areto aregiven
given to convince the court that thatShe more moren
than n as should houJc be allowed the wife
She says that his hI statement meelt that his
income has been reduced r to 96 000 G or ora
7 O8 a year is misleading He has that thater thatmueb thatmuch
much sheamerts ever er and lid above lift liftI Ji JiIafetidtiea Illsdrpeasea
drpeasea drpeaseaLnetidtie
Iafetidtiea I feHctt > Not ft State StateTodays StateiToday StatedTodays
Todays petition does not Jl t outline tI the thedomestic thedemetic
domestic infelicities which led up to tothe totIN tothe
the separation It simply states that thatthree thatthree thatthree
three years yearsed y aco Mrs Boy Bova was eject eheted ejected
ed from her home Since then u she shetablishment abeheeD shebait
bait heeD barred from
the elepaat M Mtabllhmeat oetablishment
tablishment which wl Ch the dOetor main 181 181taf ¬
talus taf and an barred from the beet 1 eet soclety so society soel4lr ¬
ciety and social functions which she
formerly f rmerJy shared with him hi hiIn
In a letter received a few weeks weeksI weebContinued weeksContinued
I Continued on Second Page PageUN PaceWOMAN PageWOMAN
SPRINGFIELD Mass au July 23 23MrL 23MrLEJor 3IiraEleanor Mr MrXHeanor
Eleanor Shepherd She h wife of PassengerAgent Passenger PassengerAgent Paa easer easerA
Agent A at WIWaIn W illiam H IL Sneoherd + d of the Bos Boskflled Houton
ton aDd Mates I1IIIro8d was shot ot otJ pad padkilled
killed J IJ < ed this morning morainby by George G G Creley Creleyaged Crecyaged
aged a d seventyone yooe father fat of Shepherdsnrst Shepherds plunr plunrlint
lint wtt wttThe wJfThe wife wifeThe
The tragedy occurred in the apart apartwhere aaartments
ments men J of the Sheubode OR Pork street 8treetwbere streetwhen
where Creley was as asCreoley rooming roomtnxCretey roomingt
Cretey t re who te in custody te believed beMevadto
to be insane i
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BhlUUZ T L SX Lli LliBile H HKilled
Killed At Mt Holly Wharf By a Beret BelietFired BeUetFired BeretFired
Fired From a Target Rifle JWleBy JWleByAa By ByAa ByAn
Aa TTaMCKtiied Persoa PersoaSEEKS PenoaSEKS PetseaSEEKS
Colorado City Offers Posi Position Position Position ¬ r
tion to Preacher Who WhoCriticised WhoCriticised WhoCriticised I
Criticised GovelnnlentQualifications Government GovecnmentQualifications i I II
Qualifications Demanded Demandedof Deman e eof
I of o Police Chief ChiefWhat Cfzie CfzieI CfzieVhat
What Greeley Cel CoI9 CoI9Trantll Want TrantllI WantOne nnuts nnutsOne
I One chief of pellcc pellccVbnt pellcchnt policeWhnt
Vbnt hnt his qualification must bi biThe be beThe beThe
The personal reputation of a Jo Joseph Jeop Joecpli ¬
seph ecpliThe op h hTIu f fThe
The Tvlsdom of a Solomon SolomonThe SolomonThe SolomonThe
The patience of o Job JobThe JobThe JobThe
The courage of a lion lionTo lionTo lionTo
To tell whether a man In L drunk dranlcenough drunke drunkenough
enough e ouJh to be sent to jail or ormerely ormerely r rmerely
merely exhilarated enough to 1e besent l 1esent > e esent
sent home heracTo bemeTo homeTo
To tell when persons are playing playlncnrd playingcards playlnjrcards
cards whether they tbeynre are engagedlit engaged
lit poker or or a harmless game amc of ofcrlbUagc ofcribbage ofcribbage
cribbage crlbUagcWhat cribbagehat cribbageWhat
What hat he h must do doInkt doUut dolust
lust walk his b beat from 6 In the theevening theeenlu theevening
evening eenlu till oclock in the themorning themornlnf themorning
morning morningGKBSUBT mornlnfGREliLEY morningGRFHLFT
GKBSUBT Colo July J1II St HBecause Because he hedelivered hedIyer bedelivered
delivered a a sermon from om his pulpit de denotfndmi cIeJHkncIaJ denoandng
notfndmi the cfty e Prfr Ica lc1ls Js for not en enforcing enfo enforoait ¬
forcing fo the law and expressing expt the thepolice dietrvId thefervid
fervid hope aoste that Jaa be e could the chief oL oL1OUee ofpolice
police for a willie ReT J J 1 I Lace LaceXathOdlBt ce a aMdthodtot aMethodist
Methodist minister has had bin g gcail hint bftnTJcalled hintcalled
called calledThe cail calledThe
The city conacft today y offered red redJob him a ajob ajob
job as DoMcenmn policemanwhb with a fine chance dItIeebecome 1 1become to tobecome
become chta of police aoHcela DGlkcIn policeIn
In offering ocr the Job tJ the e eovncll eMI8CIItbe asks asluthe asksthe
the preacherCats preacher preacherCan prMCher4Cu1
Can you dfstinKntehed dItdu d nlsbed between a wo woCan WOmR wen
mR who is bad aa one De who 18 JI jest jestgiddy t tgiddy
giddy giddycan giddyCan
Can you tell eIl the difference < < eDCe botweea botweeaa DetW1M3POker
a a poker same = ame and plain cribbage cribbageCan T Tenough
Can you tell when a man ii nIItk okuonkenough nIItken I
enough en ugh to be sent to Jail and when he hete beonlT heis
te only hilarious eaough to fee sent senthome senthennas i ihome
home hennasCan homeCan I ICa
Ca Can you distinguish d between young youngcouples you youngcog I ICOU
couples cog innocently laDo eDdy spooning m the thepark thepark
park and IMi those who should be arrest arrested azrete4 arJestpar ¬
par ed edthe r rOWnl
OWnl you walk JOUI 8e beat t from I in intile inthe
the evening until 7 the next JteXtIf morning atornrngTIf morningIf
If the n releaser taiser qptitttek the tilemek council eouncfimakee councilmakes
makes mek S this t ls offer offertI otrerUUter offerAfter
I After aoear K you have deoionstra deoionstratd demoastrated emon tra traled
td your aWHty te t d dete detect te < et t criminals erinhtatacatch ertM ertMatclt criminalscatedt
catch beotieesers and ad keep your cwn cwnskirts cwnskirts cwnskirts
skirts free from muck he J he > > e council will wfficome wi wicome willcome
come to you with open ope arms and ask askyou aaItyou oakyou
you to take the Job of city marshal marshalFor manba1For marshalFor
For years the council has been look lookhas Iookt looklug
t lug t feM a hnaa to mi that position pesttIoahas who whohas
has the personal perso aI reputation reputation donOC of a J JO Joseph Josephthe T0HDht1M
O the e patience of c a Job th the wisdom u uSolomon of f a aSolomon aSolomon
Solomon and ad the euorage e of a lion lionHoldings fleaMoldings IoILMoldings
Moldings No r for i Cent a Foot FootFrank FootFrank FootFrank
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Declares He Prefers Not to toKnow toKoow toglow
Know glow Who o Fired reed theB the theBaiet theBwlet
Baiet BaietLAD BwletI BwletLAD B ri let letLAD
Meets Death Dedt TOnfe Rowpiag g l With WithLitde jth jtha
a Little Girl WWIe a onPieaetie ea eaPteaswe we
Pteaswe e T TWith Trip TWith
With Ms J MI phreslis ami ascmrmc r that they theynever theyaemer
never wish to knew k th the name e of the thep
pe p nosi ot wia wa fired the aorManfil shot aaotthat shotthat
that seek u he boys lifer the e body Bo y of ofTMHMkr ofB
TMHMkr B rTiidth IdBad while wh l on a pleas pleasure pleasure ¬
ure 1Ir nip at Mt It HoBy Ta Valate tete Thurs Thursday Thuiraday Ihunscia ¬
day cia atfternoon lies at a his home 31 31StAntcn 5U 5U8tAatcat 5149taoto
StAntcn place northeast today todayThe 1OdYTIle todayThe
The tad ladw1D win be buried tomorrow ro aft aftChurch afteru afternoon
eru ernoon OD rr from Wasaelt It Memorial v ldal Churchtorssr Church ChurchoM Churcht1l
torssr eboehmatee t1l of l tM abrteen xtIeeI1 xtIeeI1old ear earoid
oM victim acting et c cl as pabearors pabearorslomm palbererssateg
lomm l sateg Snwth met et Iris > death while he heplayed heplayed heplayed
played among a groan of a dozenyoung dozen dozenyoung dozeny
young y peopte some of them from fromWashington fromw frontWashington
Washington w and some residence rlll I of Mt MtHoDy XtHoIIF MtHolly
Holly which Is tertynve tya miles a below belowCokmfal beloweoloalal belowColonel
Colonel Beach but no one today tod seems seemsoy seelllSto seemsto
to have any teen IAe of die IdIIadt7 Of theboy the
> boy oy or girl who held the rides ridesBattle TtteBcsmfe TMeBeIIaIe
Battle bad a few moments beforebees before beforeWit beforebea
bees aMgned in tarJftItlraetlce target praedte Wit Witnesses Wltwae Witne ¬
nesses ne sea were so overcome that they were werenabte werewise
wise tp give w any dear aceouac of the thepondair theMC1II thescts
pondair MC1II r accident Among them was wasWatt wasWablr
Wablr Watt r tettn the tiledie ynnnAs brother of ofnt f fsae
die L RJlr i nt the ho hotel botel hotd ¬
tel a dew rods SMMV iwnv M Mal a > Smith and andj andasIidDIttoa
j fcer 1 son reached Washington asIidDIttoa test highwith high itigbtwith J Kh Khwilla
with the body bodyPlrraec bodyI
I Fitter Reaches City CftyAaViteon Cityj CityjA6IIIIDn CityAson
AaViteon T Smtth the he boys father fatherwho fatMrwbe fatherwho
who te pHrao JI ti mm ser eereetarf etary ary to rtens imMor > ot r Hey Heybwrn Heybarn
barn was en route to Idaho when wileneaDe4 r rcaried re reealfed
ealfed by 2 aMsaaxe mess e telling teIIIa < < bkn of the theth thet1eadL thedeath
death th He reached here tote morains D19J r g
from Newark Ohio and hamediateiv to I de deia denice
nice a IeI resort Ort that be would demand ia an antavestinui0u JT1v
tavestinui0u Atv v tigatioo of 0 the manner er in which whichnesane whichfleunie hich hichneJe
nesane methte met his death and that he was wasH11 gasdimdsaed as asdaaecJ
dimdsaed daaecJ H11 Ifcd with the verdict of the Coro Coroner ComDeI Coroner ¬
ner who ho rendered a verdict of accident accidental ¬
al death deathcident deathThe tIa tIarile
rile 1IAf unfortunate rtate affair W8 an ac accklent accideuL
cident W e do not know who fired ftre
the theme cnascri shot ad I would prefer prefernot pn rer
not to team I small u let It > t thV the matter mat t er
rmtn as it te said w Mr SmithT Smith
Mysterylshrouds Mystery lshrouds shrouds 1Ida the entire affair affairQ
Yoaac Y ag SmIth nth aDd a compa companion oll lea
iAcer g 811I of Lieutenant Din er e o
1 i3 Q street nt et this city had been prac ¬
tiring target shooting for some me mo
meats meatsi meatsSenate eat eatBenaie
i Bennie reloaded reI e4 his hi gun placing
it against a tree Walter believes to tof
4ay y that the boys and Ad girls who later
came f e upon the scene were unaware
Lr that the SiSf gun A was 1 loaded S2J a4Ie4 and ad mat one onedischarged
of them l picked it d
a ap during pIa pity and
discharged it itM it1Ih it itMitber
M 1Ih Mitber tner er R Rune 6 T T5ce Te Scene Sceaetragedy SceneThat e eThat
That Is about all that la known of the thettaIredY theiregedy
tragedy Walter can recall recallnames none of the thenames h
names of those who w were present presentneither presentneither HNentIMitber
neither can Mrs J Kirby KIrl y White of the theboth
GInaaIda apartments DOr her husbandboth husband
both of whom were sera within a few feet feetof feetof feetof
of the little thrci throns IIOIIIS on the wharf wharfMrs wIIarfKrL wharfMrs
Mrs White Whj ran to the boy as soon D as ashe s splaced
he fell shot through the temple ant an1placed antplaced
placed a handkerchief to the wound tIIPOWId tIIPOWIdWho
Who did it she staked arfcedI
T I dont know replied IePII I a every one of ofJean
I tile doom o n JaC arsons ODII preant preantJean at atn
Jean n Dittger was th there < < e so was a Mr
Teething T of Colonial Punch who had hadtow hadtow hadtowed
tow towed < < d the tbeJaaach launch upon which the visit vlsitHoBey
frig bon aDd J girls rIs are drew ups to the Mount Iunt
HoBey wharf but Dinger and Teatling Teatlingwere
i were equally ignorant as to the u one OD who
fired the accidental shoe shoeWasfctagtoHi IIbotWa
WasfctagtoHi Wa Bs IK Party PartyMr PartyMr
Mr White recalled this morning that thatI thatseveral
I several Washingtonians were in the thePrty theJMUt7 theparty
party among them the owner of the theteuncL thetlaat thehint
hint that bore the pleasure seekers seekersbut seekersbut rs rsafter
but after thinking steadily for several severalmtnutos severalmantes eral eralMr
mantes Mr White said J4 that he could couldnot couldDOt couldnot
not remember the nannoe names I of the visitors vis1t4r3IIron visitorsfront visltortrOIa
front the Capital Capitalor Capitalour CapitaOur
our party bad I been eeD there but a day dayor dayor
or two said Mr White and cl they
were w aH virtually strangers to us The Thea TheaDd
boys a aDd girls had Just begun to charafter char charafter chatafter
after the visitors vt ltor landed when a shot shotwas shotwaa shotwas
was beard and Bennie fell dead It Itwas Itwaa Itwas
was on one of those tho e peculiar accidents ts that thatno thate thatno
no one e saw directly tUndl altnought it hap happened happened ¬
pened in our very midst midstMembers midstof midstMembers
Members of the Smith aad White
families left for Colonial Beach last lastMonday lastMoDdaJ lastMond
Mond Monday Wednesday edn they the met several severalyoung severalyoung v ra
young people who live li in the neighbor neighborhood neiChbohood neighborhood ¬
hood of Mt t Holly rn4 nd these tht > 8e came up upto upto u uto
to the hotel ht 1 Thursday afternoon to totbeIr see seetheir see seeheir
their newmade nfWma friends friendsi frlfndYOUDC friendsYoung
i Youa Young Bennie nnie Smith n4 his com compankm compaaioD companion
pankm Dinner met them and it was waswhite waswldle waswhile
white the Smith lad played with a auDlmown as asunknown a aunknown
unknown twelveyearold < i girt that he hewas 1 1was hewas
was struck by the tray bullet He H HDever Henever
i never regained Ined consciousness consciousnessAfter coacOliaDeSEAftr conscoisneseAfter
After the tragedy both Mrs nL Smithand Smith Smithand Smithyoung
and young Dinger became hysterical hystericalEnding hysterkato hystericsbiding
Ending to the th general confusion Mrs MrsSmith MrsSmith Irs IrsSmIdi
Smith is said to be in a precarious pre < arIous condition con condttten con4IIUoa
dttten at her home in this city ity today todayThe todayTbe todayrho
The boy died at a the th Mt Holly Hotel Hoteliboi Hot Hotelaboe l la1
iboi a1 > > o1 three hours hourR after being ifg shot The Thet TheAai
Aai t physician was at T Tsix Hague Ya Castn YaaU
six t Jes away He was Dr H M MTaylor YTaylor MTaylor
Taylor and he made the crosscount crosscountyrun untr untrrun ry ryrun
run to tthe the dying boy in twenty minutes min minutes mtnAa
utes As soon as he arrived Dr Taylordeclared Taylor Taylordvdared TaYlortJae
declared the wound wou fatal fatalvital fataLA
A mere vital spot could not have e been beenCoforaal beenCoiendal n nColenial
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