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SOME SOMEOFTHEM SOMEOFTHEMWILL OF THEM THEMWILL THErv1WILL
WILL GET GETAWAY GETAWAYIT AWAY AWAYHundreds AWAYI AWAYundreds
IT ITJundreds I
Hundreds of People in Pursuit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Escaped Ccnvicts ConvictsCOWBOYMEETS CcnvictsCOWBQV CcnvictsCOWBOYMEETS
COWBOYMEETS COWBQV MEETS TWO OF THEM THEMRANCHMEN i iRANC1IMBN
+ 4 4RANCHIItBN
RANCHMEN IN DAILY DREAD OF OFAN OFAN OPN
AN N ATTACK ATTACKLACJ5RVILLE ATTACKPLACK
+ 4 4P
LACJ5RVILLE RYILLE Cal July il 31Al 31AlUsog1i Al j jmen JUItHIt1t
PLACK P UItHIt1t hundred of heavily armed irmedmelt armedmen
men are now engaged in th tharch Ow Owtarch ChIParch
tarch arch for the twelve surviving prison prisonCTH
CTH rll r who escaped e from the Folsom P pen penIt penItntIz7 n nitcntiary
itcntiary It < UUal7 on Monday llondaymorntng morning the e out outlaws outla outliiws ¬
laws la 8 remain masters of the situation situationThey situationIhey 3ituatioflThey
They hare s > uccced uccee4d > d in eluding their theirpursuers thehpur8uer
pursuers and the ultimate eecape of at atleast aiIfut acieait
least a portion of the gang seems high highly hlg1I highly ¬
ly I probable Since the fatal fight at atPilot atPilot atlilot
Pilot Hill Monday night In which on onof oflof
of the convicts convlctlSwu was killed the others otherlihave othershave I Ihave
have not been seen unless the story iitorYf > torYuf j jof
of f William Green a cowboy who wto says sayshe sayIt saysIn
he It met two armed men In Placer coun counthem COUflty II
t ty today and afterward IdentUhd IdentUhdthem identiftedthem
them by photographs as a a couple of ofthe oEthe I
the outlaw proves to be true Bven Bventhis vefl veflthis en en1hls
this affords but a slight clew though thoughit thouxH
it i ie being followed SIiow by the officers Th Thconvlftlon The Thevtttton TheflVltIon
convlftlon vtttton L growing that the rte tlep4g tlep4gJlll11 ftePI ftePII1n ig igin
in Jlll11 Mi 1111 if > headed for the Sierra Nevada Nevadamountain N NevadaflLIJ1tajflS evatln I ItnfJuntain
mountain and are a being aided by ex exomvlrt e evIrL
omvlrt vIrL who reside Te ld along the route routetheyhuvr routt routethiy
theyhuvr t hpy have H Vf taken The people through throughthis throughthUs throughthis
this ckm of the state are re greatly greatlya gr8tlylarntftJ greatlyiItrnsetI
a Untied notwithstanding t lthlltandlRlt the presence presenceof pr e eIf
of many peace officers and a company companyof
of railitU Tho Th Thoec < residing In isolated isolatedlocalities IsollLtedIfclUea isohittedlocthltes
localities are in daily dread of attack attackby attackb
by b the fugitives who are re believed to tobe tobe tobe
be abort of both food and ammunition ammunitionWERE ammunitionWERE ammunitionWERE
WERE WELL ARMED ARMEDCowboy ARMEDCowboy t D DCowboy
Cowboy Talked With Two of the Es Escaped Escapod Escaped ¬
caped Convicts ConvictsNevada Convictsevada ConvictsNPVRdR
Nevada City Cal July Jul 80 30WIlliam 30WIlliamrIefl William Williamfireen Williamrfen
fireen rfen a cowboy who arrived here to today toda toty ¬
day da ty reports having seen en two heavily heavilyarmed heavlbrmed heavilyormed
armed men between what is known as asYankee allYankee a ataIkee
Yankee Jims and the North Fork of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th American Amc > rhlIn river In Placer county countyj countypven
j ItP even n miles from Colfax Green talked talkedwith talkedwith i iwith
with the men for ten minutes and in th the lhtflherltfs thehrtffs I Isheriffs
sheriffs office here he positively po lUvel iden identified Identifted identilled ¬
tilled the photographs phot raphs of Ed Davis D vis and andJoseph nnrJOHph awlJoseph
Joseph Murphy as those of the men he hejnot hplIrt he3iiPt
jnot Each fellow had two revolvers revolversone revoheron
one on Winchester rifle and a belt flllwl flllwlt
t ith cartridges Ilrtrlcl They The were dressed sed in inoverall In0pnI1I Inoeralle I
overall with plain = 1in shirts and were werecarrying werecarrying
carrying arryln their coats under their arms armKUrPfn armsGreen i ilireen I
Green came ca upon them on an out ot otthe ofV
V 4 the way wa path The smaller of the two twogreeted twoJreted twogreeted
greeted him saying Hello pard pardhow
J how far Is I It to Colfax Green replle replielseven rephieIseven l lseven
seven miles Guess we e wont go there theresjiid theresa
fH sjiid hI the man manThe manThe manThe
The men according to Green weighed weighedbetween weighedbftween weighedbetween
between 150 and 160 pounds Both were weresmooth werlmoolh werecmooLh
smooth shaven and their hair was as cut cutshort cutRhort cutshort
short One was about 45 and the other othert
4 years old Learning Letridn that Green wa wanot was wasnot 18 18r
not t an Officer tfce t e convicts allowed him himto hl hlonlable himtogoAL
r to togoAL go 7 d4 ft ftComrtatHe I IConetaille l
ComrtatHe StfcLsary LfMLIy of Colfcuc has h no notified noIIft nofined ¬
fined IIft the people in that section of C the thecountry thefnuntry theriwniry
country and they are arPmudl muqh mu ettettad ecltedLEADER fted ftedDER I ILEADER
LEADER DER AN EXSOLDIER EXSOLDIERConvict E EX5OLDIEflVonvict SOLDnm SOLDnmUonvict
Convict Woods Capable of Conducting ConductingGuerilla Cond ConductingGuerilla cting ctingGuerilla
Guerilla Warfare WarfareSacramento WarfnreSacramento WarfareSacramento
Sacramento Cal July 30 30A A po posse pOi5ec posseCa s sc
c Ca guards urdII has left Folsom to intercept intercepttl
tl t man reported to be headed that thatxvuy thatWay thatvay
Way from Daltons Bar For the first firsttime ftratimt 11rstime
time since the break occurred all th thprisoners thpriMOnera the theprisoners
prisoners were allowed to meet in the thedining thedlnlnlf thei1Inin
dining i1Inin room of the prison this thismorning thisrnornl9J thisInorflI
morning InorflI < Since Monday morning mornln the theconvicts tl tlonicts the4onvletS
convicts have been led out Into the thedining theInln thedining
dining Inln room ninety at a time for their theireals their1pal theirieaIi
1pal eals Yesterday they were given din dinPT dinJIr dinpr
PT in their cells owing to the fact factthat factt factthat
that t ha t they had been en very restless all allaicrnjng MilI1IrnJng allmrnjng
aicrnjng The prisoners pr1 oaer were given the themidday thenhldllY thenidday
midday meal in clone e confinement Af AfVr Afr A Ar
Vr r dinner they quieted down and made madeno
no disturbance the th rest or 0 the day dR dRTh
They Th > were let out In small squads for forsupper torRuppt forauppr
supper > r and this morning the entire entireROO entired I
d I ROO ° 0 were seated at table at once They Theyiriiide Theymade TheytItde
iriiide no demonstration however and andndjoumed andIIdjourned andniijourn
ndjoumed d quietly to their cells It will willbr willbc m mf
br f several veral days however before they theytir
tir tI rp > let out to their worl worlIt worlIt woriIt
It ha haM just been learned learn that Warden WardenThomas WardenThomas VardenThomatc
Thomas Wilkinson immediately after afterhis afterhi afterhis
his hi return to the prison J rl80n upon u On being re released relased released ¬
leased by his captors last Monday Mondaymorning lIondaymornin Mondayniorning
morning mornin went inside the prison and andordered andcrdered andcrdereI
ordered th the 800 convicts back Into their theirllo theirl1R theirlIe
< < lIe Wilkinson was unarmed unanl1 CI and en entered entrPd entried ¬
tried the prison rl on alone The 8W 00 con convicts conid conirt ¬
victs id were shouting and jeering In de demoniac dtlJonlac leiwniae > ¬
moniac glee Iee over the successful sucltI Cul out outtome outorne outtn1e
tome of the break b ak and when Wilkin Wilkinson Wilkinnon VJlklnfion ¬
son rame eftlfl among them they surrounded surroundedMm surroundedllm
Mm He ordered them to return to their theircells theIrlfI1 theirhl
cells lfI1 hl Some of them obeyed obe 4 on the In Instant Intant instant ¬
stant while others hung back and andsulkily andfulkl1y nd ndeulkily
sulkily sought their quarters Several Severalupenly Severalupnly Severalipeniy
upenly expressed exprH t d their satisfaction at atliis at11i atI
I his 11i safe return returnJ returni
i J T W V Wood Voods the leader of the con convict conIt ¬
1 vict It band Is said by prisoner rlsoneMl here hereto hereto hereto
to have been a soldier with the United UnitedStates Unitedt Unitedstates
States t ates regulars r lars inthe in thf Philippines Ac Aeiordlnr Aclordln AccordID
iordlnr < to their story he deserted de from fromth fromth frontth
th federal troops and joined the Fili Filipino FilipinoI Fillpines
pines He was quite a hero among the theronvkrtf Utefln theCflVktC
ronvkrtf fln lf who say 11 he h w was u once on ear surround tlUJtnundoo earrounded ¬
round rounded by a detachment o or troops troopsand troopsRnd troopsand
and managed to break through their theirlines theirIne theirlines
lines Ine lit t night and gathering U1t rnjl a force forceof rorteor forceof
of Filipino captured those who ho had hadtttort a ashort aIhort
short time before had him In jeopardy
He > took the United State soldiers pris prisoners prltJotJeMl pristmers ¬
oners and had them shot to death deathIater dNthloater deathLa
Iater La ter Woods was wa raptured and was wastried WR1trlfd wastried
tried by a mixed courtmartial on a acharge aChar acharge
charge Char e or < > f desertion df > sertlon and aiding aldln the en enemy enemy enonly ¬
emy He was convicted and the find findIngs ftndlop findlogs
lop of the th courtmartial sent nt to Wash Washington Washlngton Va h h1n ¬
ington 1n to The secretary lW tary of war disap disapproved dl disapproved ap apoed ¬
proved oed of the rinding for f r the reason reasonthat r reasonthat n nthat
that Woods nodI wa was as tried Jjy ay a mixed mixedourtmartlal mixedourtmartial mixedurtnlartiai
< ourtmartlal and that he could not notlv notl
lv 1 he hfj1 id being a regular by the th de decision dec delSiOfl ¬
cision c ion of a mixed court By some somermMMK 80lUenWdl somefl4Is
rmMMK or other Woods Yood wa WAil never tried triedngHin triedpgatn
ngHin 1 H hI and returned JP urnM to America It 1 1vtid Is IsIi IsskI
skI Ii hI he pardripMted pan1d lttfd > In many enroun enrount fmtOuntrll ncountrre
t trll rp leading leadl the Filipinos and ant to thor thoroughly thoroughl thornughly ¬
oughly familiar with the tactics of ofueriHa oJ oJJu ofLuerilla
ueriHa Ju rllla warfare warfareDIED wmfarlDIBD warfareDrBD
DIED OF YELLOW FEVER FEVERNeu FEVERIi FEVERNsa
Neu Ii York July 30 Smith
3fAlmon Almon Smith a aBailor aallor aaiior
Bailor allor who arrtvd n1y or the steamship steamshipBncj 1 1Rvana
fvna Rvana from Vera Crux run live das gO agoSTud
STud a 1Ie1 was 81 taken to the uocpltal ltal two days daysp a7zJ a7zJt
t p Jntrr died today of C what I III believed to 1
110 ho f yellow YflIu fever The chip sailed again
before ifOr do the th board of health was w notified
but w far a as learned there were wee no noother noDther noDher
other ea oaeee 01 f aick94a c on board
THIRD GREAT GREATREQUIEM GREATREQUIEM GREATREQUiEM
REQUIEM MASS MASSFinal
Final Fi alTribute Tribute Paid to the Late LatePope latePope Latet
t Pope Leo LeoPRAYERS leoP
4 4PRAYERS
PRAYERS P AVERS FOR tUS HIS SUCCESSOR SUCCESSORPROPHECY SUCCESSORPROP SUCCESSORPBQPEOY
PROP PROPHECY OY OF OFAN AN OLD WOMAN WOMANONE WOMANnYIVED WOMANBE3flVED
nYIVED nYIVEDo nYIVEDRO
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r ONE Ut July dUI 38 3OTb The ItftHa It says that thatK thatUte thatK
RO K K the constitution ecm tttuUon left by Pope PopeLeo PopeLeo PopeLeo
Leo to the conclave ha baa been dis distributed dlstrluut1tdamong distribud ¬
tributed trluut1tdamong among the cardinals ttUdinalll Accord According AccordIng Accordlag ¬
ing to this authority it was written in inLatin inL41tln inLatln
Latin In isw and and recall former consti constitutlpn consUtuUQna constitULIQP
tutlpn anil Conclaves conclaves especially e that thatof thatof thatof
of Pius IX and then complain of the theconditions theOncUtions theCOnditions
conditions of the holy see under hoe hostile hol11 hoetile ¬
tile l11 domination and recommends the thequick thequick thequick
quick etection e tlon of a new pope It ad advtee ndvJ advises
vises ea the holding of the conclave in inHome InHome InRome
Home unices the starred college should ahouklnet IIhouldMt shouldIbet
net be in the enjoyment enjo ment of full liberty libertyand llbert llbertAud libertyand
and recommends r the maintenance maintenance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rights htg fit f the pontiff It enjoins en the theelection thetlectwn thetlection
election of a new pope not according accordingto
to Ute personal pere < rial preference o of the car cardnatolut cardn cardnaietut
dnatolut dn l t according to the dictation dictationof
of their con consciences inspired inspl donlY only by bythe bythel bythe
the thel Welfare ltar of oCUte the church churchOn churchOn churchOn
On the tht cover of the pamphlet con containing contaming ¬
taming t lnlnglh the constitution constl uUon IB written writtenTo
To be l kept with wlthmostnb6olute mostabeolute secrecy secrecyand secrecyand
and wltk the duty dut of returning it itBEQ7M
s EEQTJIUM MASS MASSThird MASSThird
Third of the Great qroat GreatCeremonies Ceremonies For Porthe Fort Forthe
the t e Repose of Leos Soul SoulHome SoulRome
Rome July 80 IaThe The last tribute was waspaid wasP5d 5 5littJd I
paid to the late Pope Leo this morn mornIng mornIn zuoraing
Ing In with the third great requiem mass masscelebrated n1l3f ifl58celebrated
celebrated f in the theSlstlue Sistine chapel of the theVatican thevatiCMn thevatican
Vatican and the function was no less lessceremonious lessceremonious leesceremonious
ceremonious cand and imposing than the thetwo thetwo thetvo
two others While there were perhaps perhapsfewer perhapsfer perhapsfewer
fewer persons present there was a agreater areater agreater
greater reater display of gorgeus orge us uniforms uniformsOf
Of the sixtytwo cardlmls cardlr Is now in inRome InUome InHome
Rome all attended the uass aS except exceptCardinal exceptCardinal exceptCardinal
Cardinal Cretoni prefect < t f the con congregation conrgutlon congregution ¬
gregation of sacred relics who wa ill illTh illTh IIiTh
Th pl pltu1fpres pfrure ure presented pted by the presence presenceof preJ5en preJ5enor
of cardnala care nals In violet r robes bes and red redcapes redtltp reticapes
capes tltp bordered with ermine and es escorted OScorted ¬
corted by neble n ble guards in scarlet uni uniforms untforms ¬
forms and with drawn d wn swords the thes th tha thevenp
s venp < ien enp < being softened by the clouds ot otIntense otAnd otIncense
Intense and the chapel resounding with withthe withthe withthe
the strainsof strains of the Incomparable sistine slstinechoir sistinechoir sistinechoir
choir singing Llbera me domine dominemade dominemade doininemade
made those present feel as though lift lifted 11 t ted ¬ I
ed into another world worldPrayers worldPrayers worldPrayers
Prayers For the New Pope PopeIn
In the churches of Rome today be began beJran begas ¬
gas the offering of prayers t to the holy holyghost holypost holyjho
ghost jho t to assist and enlighten the th car cardinals cardl cardinals ¬
dinals dl ftls to choose the right man to sit sitIn sitIn sitin
In the chr ch ir of C St t Peter PetarDurliig Pet9fDurisig PeterDurtzfg
Durliig the th conclave conela Vt tl ta blessed ed sac sacrament sacajrnent sacrment ¬
rament ajrnent wljl be exposed POed In several severalchurches severn severalchurches I Ihurchn
churches for the special ecIal prayers prayers of the thefaithful thefalthtul thefaithful
faithful with the thcme ame object In view viewThe viewThe
The mayor ma r 0f Carp4 Carpleiothe totUte bIrth JMrthplttce birehplsee
e of Pope Leo who ho proposed proposederect lrOJlOsedtD lrOJlOsedtDereet proosedterect j
erect with local contributions a monu monument monuJteht monament ¬
ment to Leo XIII on top of Leplnl Leplnlmountainssurnouhdlng LepInlthe
mountainssurnouhdlng ntotaJn 8urno hdlngthe the village vll1a of ofCarplneto ofCarpiMOO ofCarpineto
Carplneto finding ft that his project vvai WaJchecked waichecked vvaicheeked
checked by the large lar e amount of mony monyrequired mOD mouYrequired Y YrequIred
required intends to make it an interna international Internalional international ¬
tional tribute to the late pope and will willask willak m muk
ask all countries to join In the move movement maYNent morement ¬
ment He says g he expects considera considerable considerable ¬
ble contributions especially e from fromAmerica fromAmerica fromAmerica
America AmericaS t 1
tWhs
S Was She a Prophet ProphetPeople ProphetPPeople ProphetPeople
People are now recalling a prophecy prophecywhich prophecywhich prophecywhich
which at the time it was made pro produced produc producd ¬
duced duc d considerable talk among the su superstitious SUperslhlom superstitleus ¬
perstitious who held It to be an in indication Indication indicatlon ¬
dication of who will be the next pope popeo
110 o much so that several large bets betswere betllwere betwere
were made in favor fav r of the cardinal in indicated indicated ¬
dicated by the prophecy Many years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago the late Cardinal Parocchl who whowas whowas whowas
was not then even a bishop one day daymet daymet daymet
met an old woman in the country She Shewas Sh4Was SheWas
was a typical witch In appearance and andplanted llndplanted andplanted
planted herself before Parocchl say saying saytn3 saylug ¬
lug The bishop of Santa Rufina will willbe wllJbe willbe
be the next pope popeThe popeThe popeThe
The woman refused refu to say anything anythingmore anythingmorc anythingmore
more Parocchl repeated the tale talewhich talewhich talewhich
which gained added circulation n when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was wa appointed to that see and be before betore before ¬
fore his death he was considered to tobe tobe tobe
be the most likely successor of Pope PopeLeo PopeLeo PopeLeo
Leo When hen Parocchl was dying he herepeated herepeated herepeated
repeated the old womans prophecy prophecyThe prophecyTh prophecyThe
The Th famous amous bishopric of Santa Rufini Rufiniwas RuftniWall Rufiniwas
was afterwards given to Cardinal S SVannutelli SVannuteJ1l SVannutelhl
Vannutelli and now people are asking askingthemselves askln asklntbem askingthemselves
themselves tbem elvC8 will m the prophecy I come cometrue cometrue cometrue
true after all allThe allThe allThe
The representatives of France Aus Austria Austra Amlrla ¬
tria Spain Sp ln Prussia Portugal Russia RussiaBavaria Ru RussiaBavaria SfiJ la laBa
Bavaria Ba varia and Belgium accredited to the theVatican th thvatican thevatican
Vatican have Informed d Cardinal Oreg OregIta Oreg1ta OregHa
Ita dean of the sacred sacr college that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their their respective governments have re received received received ¬
ceived from the Italian foreign office officemost OmNmOllt olileemost
most exhaustive assurances that all allthe allthe allthe
the necessary nece measures have been beentaken beentuk beentaken
taken n to ensure material and moral moralliberty morallIbert moralliberty
liberty lIbert at the conclave conclavePREPARING conclavePREPARINQ conclavePREPABINQ
PREPARING FOR CONCLAVE CONCLAVECardinals CONCLAVECnrdimi1s CONCLAVECardinals
Cardinals Find PindPault Fault With the Ac Accommodations Accommdations Accommdations ¬
commdations commodationsRome commdationsRome commdationsRome
Rome July Ju SO 30ihe tol The ht cardinals today todayvisited locIa locIavlalttd todayvisited
visited the th cells which they are to oc occupy occupy occupy ¬
cupy duringthe durlllg tbe conclave but It can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be said jEhiift they returned very ver en enthtMiastic enthU81a enthisiastic
thtMiastic thU81a tlc over the idea iea of being bein con
flne finffdperhapl fined < l perhaps perhapfur tor some time in what whatare whatare whatare
are rightly termed cells which are arewithout at atwithout arewithout
without running rater fter and necessary necessaryventilation necessaryventUatlon necessaryveattlatlon
ventilation it was feared that the theI8tLIth
health of Home of f the t hp older old and more
feeble cardinals might suffer Perhaps Perhapsthe
the most tno t dissatisfied dl satlafted was Cardinal Mas Masxary MasaIY ManZRTv
xary who as primate of Hungary te tethe 1ftthe Isthe
the wealthiest oftli of th cardinals He is iscredited iscredited iscredited
credited with an intcme of 1180000 an annually ann antiDally ¬
tiDally n ally lie insists that he can not eat eatwith eatwltb eatwith
with the others and must have his hismeate hlameaJe hismeals
meals outside Tonight experiments experimentswe
we were rrtfide e with the kitchen the theworking theotklng theorking
working of which bid Is considered < quite quiteImportant quitefmpotLanl quiteImportant
Important a II about 500 5 people must be befed befed befed
fed thrice daily fr an indefinite pe period period penod ¬
riod The trials were erf quite successful successfulTlu succe sucfuifhse rul rul11Th
11Th Tlu aolln revolving dumbwaiters u nl > walt1A were also alsotested ullfotNteeL alotestel
tested They The are tre e characterIstically Ro Roiraa Ron RoIran
Iran n and consist of shelves on which whichthiOfQi whichthl whichth
thiOfQi th fOL Mr ttrplaeed placed and are made to re revolve revolye reyolyeearrying ¬
volve yolyeearrying carrying things In or out but butiraklng butwaking butwaking
waking it Impassible tot fc persons on oheither onellher onelthcr
either side Ide to see each other otherIt oth r rIt
It Is said that Count Soderi whose whoseContinued wooeContfnued whoseCoatltued
Continued en n Pa Pas Two Tw
HE WAS LAST SEEN SEENSpecial IN SALT lAKE TAKESPOdftl lAKESpe
+ Special Spe < lal to The ht HeraTO HeraTOrJTVV Hers HeraNJfV < +
+ rJTVV mv YORK July JO IOThe The fact that John Blakuiy has been missing missingtime +
+ NJfV f I time t His mother J1IOth Nary B Blakely Blakel died Sunday of worry over o er his hisfrom hisrrdm hisfrom +
+ from his home eight months was made public t bUc today for the first +
+ di dUoaT dappearance ppparanee > pparan On her account the story had bean kept k pttrom from the public + f
L + Mi j Blakely Hlak > I was wa a cigar dealer d ler at Maiden Lonejuid Lane 4tnd d J3rt iJrotuh l3indway > adwny JIanhat + +
+ tan He was a prominent Masonand lIasonI tIaaon itni lc SJirlnere rlnersbave have gone goneird +
4 4 Ir I search > f him to Salt S It Luke wh h w wf uqke he ird from on klov No 23 23ice 3 +
+ f lest Jrl t Th Thfre re is no known reason ffir 1 1f HJI ice c His health had hadmind +
4 f lfrn Ior nd J his hi friends believe tbi t I i mind + f
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NINETEEN NINETEENWERE t WERE KILLED KILLEDLTst
LTst Will Probably Be Increased IncreasedLatest IncreasedLatest IncreasedLatest
Latest From Scene qf ofPowder qfPowder qfPowderExpIosin
Powder PowderExpIosin PowderExpIosinLowell Explosion ExplosionLowell ExplosionLowell
Lowell Mass 12ss July 30The iOThe 0 The number numberof
of deaths caused by yesterdays pow powder powder ¬
der expkslon E expl Xpl < slon at Wigginsville stands standstonight IStandstonight standstonight
tonight at nineteen but It may be beincreased beincreased beincreased
increased to twentyone at any mo moment moment moment ¬
ment by b the death oftwo of two of the ten tenvictims tenvictims I Ivictims
victims now at SU St Johns hospital hospitalAll hO plta1 plta1All
All day dn the th searchers probed through throughthe throughthe
the debris for any an traces of possibleunknown possible possibleunknown possibleunknown
unknown victims but nothing uothingwat uothingwatbrought was wasbrought Wasbrought >
brought to light which would indicate indicatethat Indicatethat
that the number would be greater than thanreported tbanreported thanreported
reported A Small bit of cloth later lateridentified laterIdentified 1
identified as the lapel of a coat worn wornby wornby
by b one of the victims already alread known knownaoid Imownnd knownand I
and a human eye e were unearthed unearthedThe unearthedThe unearthedThe
The official report of the Tewksbury Tewksburyselectmen Tewksburyselectmen
selectmen places the loss In the imme immediate immediate ¬ I
diate vicinity vlclnft of the powder magazines magazinesat I Iat
at there than 10WO and nd as this will willfall willfail I Ifall
fall largely upon the householders householdersmuch householdersmuch householdersmuch
much hardship will result Already Alreadythe Alreadythe
the selectmen have taken steps to re relievo reJIeve relieve ¬ I
lievo the suffering and In 11 addition 8ddltlon a anumber anumber I Inumber
number of army ar tents ten 8 J have e b been en ship shipped shipped ¬ 1 1JJ
ped JJ d here to be used USO4 as S temporary lenu orary > shel shelters 8hel shelrters ¬
ter tersA ters J JA i
A Belief eite fund started by the local Io hk1hadreached localpajWrs > l lp
pajWrs p haxlreached ttte4GQOmlirk the JStRJQ1 mark to tomsrht totiJ toit
msrht tiJ t i iIt lIt
It it Is probable that the three thre militia militiacompanies militiacompanles militiacompanies
companies which hlch were called out yes yoaterdny YC5terda yesterday
terdny terda will return to their homesto homesJtomorrow homestomorrow homestomorrow
morrow being rolleyed by bya a large largetl largetlUdl largedetail de detHil
tail of the state pollce which arrived arrivedtoday lUtlvedtOOn arrivedtoday
today todayDIPLOMATS tOOn todayDIPLOMATSPROTESTED 1 11t
1t 1tDIPlO P
DIPLOMATS DIPlO DIPLOMATSPROTESTED DIPLOMATSPROTESTEDSpanish ATS PROTESTED PROTESTEDSpanish PROTE TED TEDSpnnish
Spanish Consul dons l in Trouble at Li LiGuayra r rGunyrn L LGuayra
Guayra Venezuela VenezuelaPort VenezuelaPort 1
Port of Spain Island of O Trinidad TrinidadJuly TrinidadJuly TrinidadJuly
July 30 3Or 30ssengers passengers ngers who have just justur justurrived ar arrived nrrhed ¬
rived from Caracas say that in c6pse c6psequence copfi copfiquence coiequence
quence of the Incident Indd 1t which occurred occurredlast oCturredlast occurredlast
last Monday at La Guayra where as a 3result arlult aresult
result of friction frlctlofbetwcen between the Spanish Spanishconsul Spanishconsul Spanishconsul
consul and the locaUauthoritles th thexequatur thexequntur thexequatur <
exequatur of the consul con ul was with withdrawn withI withdrawn ¬
drawn the diplomatic dlp oma ic corps at Caracas Caracasprotesting caracasI araca aracamet
I I met and decided t6 tI send a joint note noteprotesting noteI
I protesting against agRlnsLthe the action of the La LaGuayra LaGuayra
Guayra authorities and the withdrawal withdrawalof
I of the exequatur of the Spanish con consul conI consul ¬
I sul They took this action it is said saidnot saidnot saidnot
not for the purpose urp05e of assisting assl ting the theSpanish theSpanish
Spanish claims before the mixed trib tribunal trIbunal tribunal ¬
I
unal but because of the pradfllent pradfllentwhich p ent entwhich
which would be establishedand establishedandthey establlshe a I c cthey ethey
I they considered it contrary tal taltocols 1 1tocoJs rtocols
tocols made with the pose imweiaby poseby taWe taWeby
by Mr Bowen the United Unitedlater Unitedleter Unitedister
later acting as the reprgKtot repr reprh pt tM tMPresident J JPresident of ofPresident
President Castro r rArizona f7 f7DISTRICT rreie rreieDISTRICTJUDGESLEQ
DISTRICT DISTRICTJUDGESLEQ DISTRICTJUDGESLEQArizona JUDGE ijEQ ijEQArizona
Arizona Man Man Claims Damages in ii the theSum theSum c cSum
Sum of 845000 845000Loe e45OOOLo 45000Los
Los Angeles Angel Cal July 30 J4J J R Con Conroy Conroy
roy 10 a local attorney brought suit here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today against agaJnst George G ol1fe R Davis judge judgeof judgf Judgeof
of f the First Judicial district of Arizona Arizonafor Arizonafor
for 45000 Conroy In his complaint complaintcharges complnlnthurges complaintcharges
charges that th t Judge Davis unlawfully unlawfullyrequired unlawfullyrequired unlawfullyrequired
required him to withdraw from the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States mall and deposit In court courta
a letter containing centalnlngtwo two valuable notes notesThis notesThis notesThis
This it is charged chftr ed happened d InArl InArlwere InArI30na in An Ansina
30na in May Ia of t thJs ye year r These n ifitts ifittswere tts ttswere
were the subject matter of litigation litigationthen litigationthen litigationthen
then pending In the district court Con Conrby Conroy ConrOy
roy claims that the notes were In his hispossession hispo hispossession
possession po sesslon as sseeurlw security for attorneys attorneysfees attorneysrees attorneysfees
fees due from his client Beauchamp BeauchampI
I H Smith One of the notes was for forthe fOithe forthe
the sum of 50 oi1o < 0 and the other for fori9i96
19196 19196 Conroy Con TO put them in a aletter aletteraddressed letter letteraddressed letteraddressed
addressed to Los Angales ARg le outof out or this thiscourts thiscourts thiscourts
courts jurisdiction For alleged dis disrespectful dlsre disreslectful ¬
respectful re lEctiul language addressed by Con Conroy Conroy Conroy ¬
roy to the court he was fined 100 by byJudge b bJUdse byJudge
Judge Davls Henow He now places his dam damage dame damage ¬
age e from the deprivation of the notes notesI
I at 36000 OOO and for the alleged wrong wrongdone wrongdon wrongdone
done him in the contempt proceeding proceedingat
at 10000 10000HOBART 1O004LHOBART
I 10000o o It ItHOBARTJ
HOBART OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMADEVASTATED OKLAHOMADEVASTATED
I
DEVASTATED BY FIRE FIREKansas
I
4 Kansas City ity Mo July 30 30A 30AIIpeela 30Aspeciato A Af +
+ f spociajto IIpeela to the Times from Fort t 4 4I fc
I + Cobb OhIo says sasI + t tr
4 r Firestartedthis Fire started thIs afternoon In inHoblrt inHobart + f fHobartpkla
I + Hobartpkla Hobart jDkla kla In a saloon on the tliesouth thesouth + f
+ 4 south aide nf the square and Is Isi 168tlJl +
I + still burning Pout blocks mve mveI invealrnd7 +
i + already been destroyed fnclud lncludInr facludfag + f
I I + f fag the Vell8Fargo expres eXleM of orI offlee + f
1 + f flee City National bank and sev sevI soyoral + t
+ era oral large largestorp stores The las loss will willreach willreach +
+ reach 290000 The fire te burn burnf burnIng burnins +
I + f Ing south and west from the tbesquarf thesquare +
+ square and nd the south and west westS + f
4 busineiw district is threatened 4 4NATIONAL s sNATIONAL
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
0 0rrATION
NATIONAL rrATION AL BANK CLOSED CLOSEDWashington CLOSEDWashington
I Washington July 30 30The The Doyles DoylgsPa Doylestown Doylestown
town NalfonaJbankoC National bank of Doylestowh DoylestowhI
I Pa has been closed by the th controller controllerof
of thfe th currency Bank Examiner J JW Jr J Jv
W v r Schofitild has been n appointed ap lnted re recolver reo receiver
colver colverThe celverThe ceiverThe
o
The statement issued ls ud by the control controller controlher ontrolIt ¬
her It > r of the currency says that the failure failureof
of the bank tV11 wo wus brought about by byspeculations byspeCulations bypeculation
speculations in stocks on the part of ol olfleers oft
fleers and am a number numb > r of the customers customersof
of the bank
FUROR OlfRRlJSSIAN OVER RUSSIAN SAINT
4 4Relics
Relics to Be Exposed For Fo Adoration of the Members of the Greek GreekY GreekCKurch GreekCtiurchElaboi GreekChurchEliborate
j Y
>
> CKurch CtiurchElaboi Elaborate t Preparations pr parations Have Been BeenMade BeenM BeenMde
Made M de
I
C T PETERSBURG PETERSB l1G July JuJ 30 30The 30Theceremonies The Theceremonies I Icerem
ST ceremonies cerem nles at atthe the monastery at atSaroff ft ftSnroff atSaroff
Saroff promise promiSJto to be interesting interestingThe Int resthig resthigThe I IThe
The relics of St Seraphim SQr phlm will wIl be ex exnosed ex exposed cxPosed
posed for adoration after live fledays days of ofreligious orreli ofreligious
religious reli lous exercises These ThE e relics h have havebeen havebeen e
I
been een installed in a solid Oliver lI ilv r casket
beneath be eath a silver baldachin bllJdpd1n The ex expenseQf cCe cCepenseQC expense
penseQf pense cf the installation Was 6 borneby borne by
the emperor from his rrivate rrlvateputse purse ana anflhis
his majesty testified testhl dhl8 his interest by
writing the th following original orla1nnl1tote note on onthe onthe onthe
the ait ot canonization canonizationRead anonlzatIbnRend anonizatibnRead
Read with feelings fe lln s of genuine g pleas pleasure pleasurl pleasure ¬
ure and deep emotion emotionThe EmotlonThe emotionThe
The monastery monasterywhich which Is the scene of
the ceremonial Js ri a womens asylum asylumseveral ast asylumseveral
several miles from the village of Safoff SafoffThe SaiortThe SoTfThe
The attendance includes Inc1J1d lncpdes the th imperial imperialfamily hpp ipenialfalflly rlal rlalfa
family fa n and a d court with 1111 many officials officialsand omCi ofkials ofkialsanti IS ISand
and multitude ofnjlailms ofnjlailmsJBelieve of n J8lms piImsBeiieve J8lmsBelieve
Believe Him tSaint JtSaintThe tSaintThe tSaintThe
The holy synod nan issued a statement state statement
ment that It regards re ards the iVppearance iVppearanceof
of a new miraculous intercessor in lerc ssor as asa asarenewal a arenewal arenewal
renewal of heavens blessing upon the thegovernment thegoVernment
government of our most exalted mon monarch monarch menarch ¬ I
arch who ho labors unceasingly unceasll1 ly for or the thewelfare theweIrar thewelfare
welfare of the orthodox Russianpeople Russianpeopleand Ru itizssiah slah people peopiand i iand
and embraces in his royal love and d care careall car careall
all ot his true subjects of every e ry class classand classand classand
and condition conditionMost conditionMost conditionMost
Most efaberate preparations have havebeen havebeen e ebeen j
been madefor made for the celebration All of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the pomp and magnificence of the theeastern thetastern theCastern
eastern pjfiurch P urch with its most mostlmpreS Impres Impressive Izuprensive I Ishoe
sive and elaborate ceremonies its Usdm1 Usdm1posing itsim itsimposing im imposing
posing processions and its solemn liti litiurgieswlll IIt IIturgtes litiurgiesWill
urgieswlll urgtes Will be employed employedThe employedThe I IThe <
The Hermit Prakeer Moshnin died
in 1833 l8 at an advanced ad anced age Bgllefin Bgllefinhis B BliefIn BliefInhis liet In Inhis
his sanctity and miraculous interces intercessjgn intercesaJm Intercossj
sjgn sj gpwlth with heaven seems seems to have been beenWUHeepread beenWjtIerspread beenwJUpread
WUHeepread during his life and to have havegrown haverown haverown
grown rown steadily st adl1y since sin e his demise An Aninoulpy AnnqulpY Aninquiry
inquiry was begun in 1892 into the al alleged alleged allCgedmiracles ¬
leged lCgedmiracles miracles attributed to hisrelics hisrelicsand his relics relicsand rehicsand
and satisfied the holy synod of their theirverity theirverity theirverity
verity verityAs verityAs verityAs
As a result an act of canonization canonizationtinder canonizationa canonizationtnder
a tinder the name of St t Seraphim was wasissued wasI wasirsuel
issued I su p on Jan 29 vhich date was added addedto
to theorthodox the orthodox calendar calendarSome cnlendarSom calendarSome
Some Miracles MiraclesAn
An authorized biography says that St StSeraphinvs StSeraphiIms
Seraphinvs father was a pious mer merohant merohnnt merohant j
ohant who built stone and brick brickchurches brickohurclJes brickobureIes
churches in South Russia His widow widowContinued widowdontinued
Continued the work w rk and It is related relatedthat relatedtht
I
that t e her little Uttleeon eon accompanied accUtpan ledher her on ona ona
a tour of o Inspection Inspo insa tion nd d fell from a ag agveat I Igreat
great g at ho halghfto ht to ihegroilnd t heYSro nd ndUioutbe wluioutbelnt11t1rt wlthoutbinglThrtNteboy ndUioutbeIng I
Ing lnt11t1rt inglThrtNteboy mar D1e nieboy boy entered the mon moiiistery montery mo moastery
> istery tery of Saroff when only 17 years yearsqld ears eansgld I
qld there he h distinguished himself in inall Inal1 inall 1
all religious exercises eVen carrying car i g aj ajCTeat a aqreat a agreat
CTeat great granite g ranlte rock into his cell in order orderthat orderthathis
> that thathis his knees might rest easily during duringMs duringiJ1ls duringlila I
Ms long prayers Later In life he spent spentfourteen spentfourteen spentfourteen
fourteen years in silent meditation meditationf medltatlonl meditationdththg
f during i11ng which time he did not leave his hiseeli hisO hisuell
eeli O 1l except ex cept when absolutely necessary necessaryWhen necessaryWheii
When he resumed Intercourse with the thetvbrld therlfl thebrld I
tvbrld brld rlfl all closses class s of people flocked to tohim tohlm tohim
him for f r advice It is said saidthat that hean heansvered heansWered heantered
svered sWered tered quesflons qU SOons before they were put putrfnd putlnd putitnd
rfnd letters that he never n never Er unsealed that thathe thathe thathe
he revealed the inmost secrets of the theheart theheart theheart
heart and foretold future events Since Sincehis Sincehis Sincehis
his death many millions of pilgrims pilgrimshave pilgrimsba pilgrimshave
have ba ve Visited his grave gra e
KING EDWARD ANDHIS HIS QUEEN QUEENMAKE QUEENMAKETOUR
MAKE MAKETOUR TOUR OF OIRELAND IRELAND BY MOTOR I
I
Galway Ireland July 30 30Klng King Ed Edward Bclward
ward and Queen Alexandracontinued Alexandracontinuedby Al xnndraconiinu d db I
by b motor their inspection todayof some someof sameot someof
of the wildest and most picturesque picturesquer picturesquerglons re regions r rgions ¬
gions of Ireland The start start was wis V s1 rqade rqadelit l11 ndeitt dc dc1t
lit 9 oclock from the little tovn of I Lee Ieel Leeiana ee eerana
rana l ana on the shore of Kljlarney buy buyVfhere 00 00here
Vfhere here the mayor the loco locaj rector tbeparish the thoparish theparish
parish priests and a deputation ropre representing ropresenting ropresenting ¬
senting 20000 inhabitants of the wild wildCcnnemara wildConnemara wildCennemara
Ccnnemara mountains presented an anaddress annddress analdress
address The king In replying said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he had already Inspected some of the thecottage tbocottage thocottage
cottage Industries and he wlshadto ae aesure RSsure assure
sure the Inhabitants that he was as equal equally ¬
ly pleased with the spirit of industrial industrialactivity il1dustrlalactivity Industrialactivity
activity and the warm heartyweleome heartyweleomeof
of the people which he and the queen queenboth queenboth queenboth
both woufd long remember rememberThe rememberThe
The hearty tone of his majestys
EXCONGRESSMAN NnRIGG DRI6QS S PLEADED PLEADEDNOT PLEADED PLEADEDNOT PLEADEDNOT
NOT GUILTY GUllTyrO GUILTTOTWO TO TWO INDICTMENTS INUICTMENTSI I
New e York July 30 ExCongressman 30EColIrr 30ExCoiigressmaflDrlggs ExCongressmanDriggs smnn smnnDrlggs
Drlggs appeared today bpforc Jud JUdJ50 JUdJ50Thomas JpdoThomas o oThomas
Thomas In the United States tlrcult tlrcultcourt elveutI
I court Brooklyn and plcadoduiot guilty guiltyto ultty ulttyI
I to two indictments which weJftfCofn weJftfCofnfound wereofltlr vver xeodnt xeodntly
ly found against him with leave J IYeto IYetowlthdruw 40 40withdraw to towithdraw
withdraw his plea and to demur One OneIndictment OneIndictment tIneindictment
Indictment was found by the federal federalgrand federalgrnnd federatgrand
grand Jury in June and the other by bythe bythe ji
the federal grand jury in July Tulyll TulyllDriggs Mr MrDrlggs I IDriggu
I Drlggs had previously pleadedto pleaded to five flveindictments fiveindictments I IIndictments
indictments which the June grund jury juryfound junI juryfound
found against him and the bail In iot inthos inthoscases thoaw thoawcoses
cases was fixed at GOOO OOO which whlehhe he fur furnished fpro fpronlshed fprnished ¬
nished That bail was continued to today toI today ¬
I day dayTh Th Tue lust indictment found r feundDrigga und usalos usalosDrlggR 11 nI nIDrlggB
DrlggR Is the seventh and ill bring brin In Inthe Ulthe Inthe
the name of George W J Bef JetLvsraIioW JetLvsraIioWGRAND eavars rs TOW TOWGRAND Jlm JlmGRAND
GRAND OFFICERS WILL WILLMAKE WILLMAKE i iMAKE
MAKE THE SELECTION SELECTIONCleveland S SiEOTlQtjCleveland LECTIO LECTIOI LECTIOCleolRJId
< I
Cleveland 0 July 3C 3tA A meeting zucotingof zucotingofthe of ofthe ofthe
the grand officers of r the thi Brothorljoodae BrothorljoodaeLocomotive Brot1OrhoOilotLocomoUc f fLocomotive
Locomotive Engineers vjlj ftj < bb bbvithhi b IjoJd IjoJdwithin l il j jwithin
within a few days to sojapt tu u hew hewgrand ncngrana new newgrand
grand chief ehl t and assistant grand clp clpto cblrtI ohipto
to succeed P M Arthui and A Bi BiYoungson B BYoungson BYoungson
I Youngson Youngsonthe f fThe CThe
The fact that Mr 1 Soungson unfson gust ustbe ustbefore ust ustfore be before ¬
fore his death nominated H M Mof SJhajr SJhajrof hpY hpYof
of Youngstowp as first Urst assistant gcarjdj gcarjdjchief gratdchief
chief will have no nothe effect etrEct > accdrding td tdthe t tthe
the best authorities as the th bpgra bprtLp pf pfgrand ptgrand
grand officers had no chancetq ch nce tq con confirm cOni cOnifirm cQtifirm ¬
firm his nomination before be ore the death deathof qt th thor
of the grand chief chiefHEAVY hief hiefBEAVY
11 11HEAVY
HEAVY BAINS IN KANSAS KANSASKansas KANSASnsas KANSASKansas
Kansas nsas City Kaii K July J ly 30 OHeay OHeayrains Keoyy Keoyycorn 5fi Y
r rains in illn fj In al all the Kn Kanaficorwjlf Kanaficorwjlftcday C
I tcdy tcday a anti sti still more monoHot rai Jn d
Hot wpufher w ither had not Hot Hotcorn fr
corn but butlhe the he rainwas ral vas urgeTJU urg urgfnllyeedett aJ nUy needed cded
speech was received with wih every evi evidence evIdence en enclence ¬
dence of appreciation appreciationThe
The royal party drove off of In motors motorsthrough motorsthrough motorsthrough
through the beautiful lake and moun mountain mounI mountaib
I tain t lh country everywhere greeted geeted loy loyally 10 10aly byally ¬
ally aly by the Inhabitants Inhabitnt many man of whom whomJourneyed whomjourneyed whomJourneyed
Journeyed leagues across the mountains mountainstp mountainstpctttch
tp tpctttch catch c tch a sight of them themI themThe themThe
I The The motort motorourney journey ended at Recess Recess RecessWhere RecessWhere
1 where the party had luncheon The Thei Theown Thetowfl
i town own was decorated and the hotel was wassurrqunded wa wasurrQunded
surrqunded by a guard of honor of ofConnemara oCConnemara ofConnemam
Connemara cavalry c cavalry vafr1 peasants pensant from fromthe rromte fromthe
the surrounding surounding country astride of sad sadi sd sddtefess saddleless
i dleless te mountain ponies and wearing weuringJerry wearingJerry
i Jerry hats decorated with tricolor tricolorclbbons tricololcbbons tricolorribbons
ribbons cbbons and green rosettes rosettesTfie rosete roseteTnfr rosettesThqir
Tfie Tnfr Thqir ir majesties lmjestcs took a train for Gal Galway Galy Gaiw4y
way < y ajid 8d arrived arived here her late in the after afternoon ufer ufernoon afternoon ¬
noon They met with wih an enthusiac enthusiasticreception enthusiacecepUon enthusiacreception
reception S Y
under Indictment for alleged allgcd bribe bribetaking blb bribetaking
taking and wanted by b the federal federl au autholitles autJotiites anthotdties
tholitles taking tJotiites The indictment Indictmtnt says sa > that thatthe thattno thatthe
the BrnndtDent BrndtDent company com pan manufac manufacturers mamtc mamtctUrer manufiteturera ¬
turers tUrer and sellers selers cJ automatic lutOJn c cash cashiers ch chitrM cashiers ¬
iers itrM sold oid Such suc machines mnchlnlfor for 125 each eachwhich ech echwhlb eachuhit4t
which was all ni the machine were rea reasonably ra rasonaaly reasonabl3r ¬
sonably worth There are other al allegations
legations le tons In the Indictment Indlctentthat indictmentthat that George GeorgeF
F Miller Mmpr at that time tme an agent of the thecorporation thecorporation thecorporation
corporation contriving and intending intendingto
to t cheat cant and defraud defrud the United Uuled States Statesby Statesby
by unlawfully unlawfuly inducing und procuring procuringGeorge Noculn NoculnGeorge lroeurin5George
George George W Yo V Beavers an officer of the thenqstoffice theltomce thejgrtQmce
nqstoffice ltomce department to secure scure from fromhe frome fromthe
the he e uovernment overnment a t contract contrct for or the sale saleiff sle slePC salepe
iff cash cah machines muehlnes did Ihug f11 hu effect the thesale tb tbalt thesale
sale alt of a large number numbtr of said ild ma maohlnes maeat
± chlne ohlnes eat at a cost of 150 15 each eaehSTUDENT ech echSUDENT eachjUDENT
STUDENT DROWNED DROWNEDIN
IN PAYETTE T Tpeolfl RIVER RIVERBoise RIVERBote
Boise r Id Ida July SO oi A Statesman StatesmanLspeolul Statesmanapeolal
Lspeolul peolfl from Pearl reports tlports that John JohnL JohiMarsesHoward
L Marseg Mare MarsesHoward Howard wus drowned in the thei th
i Fjiyette P lte river just just below b low the Black Blackcanyon Blackcanyon
canyon anYQ this thi afternoon a ernoon He was In the theflmplpy theimplPY
flmplpy implPY of J W V Prostal Prostl Son on o oniogrive a a16grlve
16grlve to S While Vhle wading in the stream streamhe strem stremhe streamhe
he was Jrlve vs swept from fromjils hls feet and started startedto
to swim As he neared the bank he hesink hetk hesdlU
te
sink tk sdlU and and disappeared He was VOLSyears wasyearg s sears
years ears old For four years aar he has hl been beenin beenIn beenin
in the state university unher51 and was wa work workS ork orklag
S lag during during vacation vacton to earn money I0 to tocomplete t
complete mplete a course c re in electric engineer engineering ¬
ing ng
MURDERER IUDERER CAPTUBED CAPTUBEDRevore CATUREIt CATUREItReor CAPTUREThRevere
Revere itass ts July JUI9 M HAnthony HAnthonyi 3Anthony Anthony
i lontanino ont nlno of Boston was pursued puned and andJiQjlpwith andat and9aptUretl
9aptUretl at red at Chelse CheIset today folowing following a aJ9sePb aqwith
JiQjlpwith J9seph J seph Cor Corso 00 o in which whih the theft ther theJ4r
J4r ft verwas r wn waa stabbed to death The mur murderresulted murder murI ¬
I derresulted der > rc5ulted from rom a quarrel Qu rrGl
ODELL SAYS IT ITWILL ITWILL ITWILL
WILL BE PARKER PARKERNew
New f wY Yorks rkJs Governor Goveror Discusses DiscussesRoosevelts DiscussesRooseveJr DiscussesRooseveIts
Roosevelts RooseveJr s Opponent OpponentDENIES OpponenDENIES Opponentk OpponentDENIES
k
DENIES A SPLIT SPLT WITH PLATT
ARES THAT LOW WILL WL BE BEREELECTED BERELEOD BEREELECTED
REELECTED RELEOD MAYOR MAYORUDGE MYOR MYORJUDGE MAYORJDG
UDGE JDG ALTON AT N BPARKER B l PARER PA1tRErt and nt
JUDGE I Theodore Theod a
I Roosevelt ett
heo both bth of New NewYork NewYork NewJ
J York York wlllbe wlb will be the te opposing oppng eandl eandloDlnfonf cnl
daeg a
for
oDlnfonf ° r P1111 Pet next txt year yer In the
opinion ef f Governor
Benjamin
GOTnQ B Odell
ii r ot rN Ne e v York enjmln Governor Governr OI Odell
rche reached Salt SaJ Lake Lake Lak yesterday ytny on Oel his hi
Sfl western Wt topr c Sand d consented cnnt to talk
pojltlcs 1IUc politi s and j taJk tak freely fly tlk
SuSft Ro Roeaeyelt eYet wilt U he the Republican
candidate In I 1HH l he said RepubJe in New NewsWered Ne
York We dont bea
he anybody else
sWered sJee skieredHow sWeredPZow aYb els cn con
How I w about aboutHnai Hanaar H he hewag w wa asked askedM
derable M There her Is an urtden uJera undenitandiug 3i lng that tbt ue con C
derblt underground Unegpund work wor tobeing is being
d dne I9ne ne in his hIsbelja hIsbeljaI behalf behalfI behn wor J bD
I fl dont ° nt thlnkha tlnkhe to i to be considered consideredrepliedthe eoealderedreplied
endee
repliedthe reple replied te the governor bOeror My opinion is
that that it I will wf be all al for Roosevelt Roovelt opnon He HeJflll
wm Jflll get the solid sld sol1dsuppot support supt of the te New Nework
York ork delegation deletin In the national natonl conven cnve ¬
tl tion and he will
a wi carry cry New Ne York
Will T I you yU or Senator snator Platt Plt deliver
the delegation < egtln to t o Him KimWill HimWil himwill
Will Wil Woffc Wor in Harmony HarmonyNow HaonyNow
Now thats tiasirther arather dircet dlrc t question qu Uon
Senator Senato Platt and ad I will wU iiI work la I har harmony harmny barmolly ¬
molly mny for the success succ of the t Republican Republicanticket RepiibUcnticket
ticket rcket AH Al this thi talk of a a rupture rupure Rep be ¬
tween t ween us u is nottrue nt true We Ve have ha9 minor minr
differences dlJerence of opinion on some sm things tn
but our relations relaUon are not Jotstln strained all allreportsto aUreport allreports
reportsto report reports to the contrary cootrar notwithstand notwithstanding ntwtstd ntwtstdI ¬
leg I g We shall shal work otk together In the theWho te tecoming theComing
coming cmpalE campaign campaignWho
Who Tho will m be the Democratic Democratc nom nominee nominee nominee ¬
inee for president prient in your opinion opinionif opinlonOt
Ot course that i is had hard tell but butI butif
if I I were ere to make mke a prediction judging judgno judglnfrom
from present pr ent indications IndlCtoI I should tuld say sy it itwould J itouid
would ouid uld be be Judge Alton 1on B Parker of ofNew orNew ofNew
right New York York along alongM alongWe alongWe He is I coming coming up stronger strongerright strger strgerright stingerright
M We ye have only one onecmplgn campaign of con consequence cn cnsequence eonsequence ¬
sequence in New Y Yok York rk this fall fal and andthat ad adthat andthat
that is in New York City Ciy I think there thereis thee theeIs
is little lte doubt that Seth Set Low will wi be berenomlpated b berenomirated
renomlllted renomlpated for mayor and will wU be b re reelected r iselected
elected elete He will wi have the support spt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the regular Republican Republea organisation orgnton as aswell a asneil
well el as 1S the other othe elements elment which sup supported supported p pprte ¬
ported prte him before bfor It I will wi be a a fusion fusionantiTammany fu fuSionantiTammany
antiTammany antTammany ticket tcket and I think thin it itwill I itwill I
will wi overcome overc overcome me theregular te the regular Democratic Democraticmajority Dmoric DmoricmaJority Democraticmajority
majority Lows administration admlnltration is 11n 11ncre In Increasing Increasing ¬
cre creasing ng in popularity popularityWill puJai popubanityWill
Will Wl 3e e No Reaction ReactionIsnt Racton ReactionIsnt
Isnt it true tru that in 1 New York there thereis
is i usually psuaJy a a reaction retin after afte eaeh ee so socalled 8 eocahed
called cle reform administration administrtn the te pee people p peepie ¬ I
pIe returning to Tammany Tamm1y Why Whywould Whywould Vy Vywoul
would woul that not 10t be true te this tis fall fal ac it itwas i Itwas
was Wa after afer Strongs S rongs administration administrationThe adiInloo adiInlooThe
The situation siuation is isdff different nL After AfterStrangle Atr AtrSt1n AfterStrongs
Strangle St1n f admlntotrarton admlnir the tatTa anUTam anUTamfMfiv antiTamsaiIv
fMfiv v lore forces were w re divided dlvle There The were werefour wer weretOur
four l urcndfdleiU candidates candidatesigtl t e flWO you Y0lf will r r t tmeluberLow1
member me meluberLow1 bl Low ow Tracy C Van V VaWyck Wyok WYc and aadHenry andHenry
Henry Henr George Ger Ge re This time t the ti anti antiTammany ant antiTamm
Tammany Tamm ny forces grc are united unte on Low LowMr LowI Lo LoMi
Mr I Odell Qdl remarked rpmarked marke that he h had k heard heardon h I
on the coast C0st considerable onsIderable nsderble talk t1k of W R RHearst I HHearSt I
Hearst the newspaper nespp neWspaper proprietor pro rtor as a apossible apsible apossible
psible possible candidate cndldateor candidate4or for the Dmocrtc Dmocrtcnominaton Democraticnomination Democratic Democraticnomination
nomination nominaton for president presidentI preident presidentIdo
I Ido do not think lhlnkhis his chances chc of getting gettingthe gettIngthe
the nomination nominato are any better bter than thanthose thanthose
those tosof of hundreds hundres of other young youngAmericans yung yungAmerl youngAmericans
Americans Amerl n he remarked remarkedGovernor remarke remarkedGovernor
Governor Odell praised pllse the beauties beautiesof lte
of Yellowstone Yelowstone parkNwhich prk which he has ba just justreturned Justretlned justreturned
returned retlned from visiting visitingEnjoyed visitng visitngEnjoyeqHJs visitingEnjoyed
Enjoyed EnjoyeqHJs His Outing OutingI Outng OutngI
I took the regular reulnr reguitr stage sa e trip from fromMdnida fromlIdnld fromMdnlda
Mdnida lIdnld he said sid and nd enjoyed enjyed it itthoroughly Itthoroughly Itthoroughly
thoroughly Several Spverl of the party p made madeit me
it on horseback holsbnk I like the west west any anyheW anyhew Y
heW I have been n out here here before bfe and andI an
I dont know kw where I couW cu have gone goneand gne goneand
and ndenj03 enjoyed d myself more moreTh moreThe
Th T1 The governor is accompanied aompnle on his histrip hi histrip
trip by General Generl Francis Frncs V Greene Grene po police police ¬
lice lce commissioner commisiner of New York under underwhom uner underwhom I
whom the Utah Uth bat bttery battdry Wry served srve for a atime atime
time tme In the Philippines phipplDS by former State StateSenator Stt StateSenator
Senator Sen tor T E Ellsworth Elsworth of Lockport LockportDr Lkprt
Dr S B Ward Vart of Albany Albny Frederick FrederickClark Freck
Clark of New York City Ciy L D Ward War i ison
son so of Dr Ward WarR andH and H R I and Bryan BryanOdell Br 1
Odell Odel sons sns of the te governor They were weremet wer
met at the station stton at 830 83 oclock ocok yes yesterday ye ¬
Secretary of State StateJames
terday terv morning by Seretry Stte
James T Hammond lammOid i the acting actng rover governor gver gvernor rovernor ¬
Jame nor Senator Re Rel Reed d Smoot Sm t the state stte of officials oCfclals ¬
ficials fclals including incudfn the supreme suprme justices justicesMrfjor
Major R W Young Young Major Wood Wo from fromFort frm fromFort
1tjor Fort Douglas Douglas Adjutant Adj tnt General Generl C S SBurton SBurton
Burton Burtn of the governors goverors staff stf and aadothers andothers
others othersThe othersThe othersThe
The party went to the Knutsford Knutfo Knuisfordznd Knuisfordzndthence xnd xndthence
thence thenc prt on a drive drlve about abut the city cty after afterwhich atr atrwhlcb afterwhich
entertained at atan atan
which the visitors were we enterthed
t1vlslon
an aninform1 informal luncheon at the tie Alta It club clubThence clubTence dubThence
Thence Tence they went to L Saltair Stlr and ad last lastevening lat latvening lastvenhltg
further entertained entertainedby
evening they the were furthe
by the Salt Liakers LiakersThe Lk LkThe LakersTie
b3the The govtrns govtrnors Sal party will wn leave lea in intheir intheir intheir
their special car c oveV o p the Rio Grande Grandeat Gne Gneat
at 830 oclock this morning for for Colo Colorado Colordo Cob Cobredo ¬
redo rdo 831 J Springs prinJ and Denver enver on their theirhomeward tlllr theirhomEward I Ihomeward
homeward trip tripMRS tlp tlpI tripMRS
I
S SMRS
MRS KELLY KiLtY WANTED W ANTEDAS ANTEDASA AS ASA ASA
A GRAND GRANDJURY JURY WITNESS WITNESSSt
St Louis L IS July JU 30 30A A subpoena subpna was wasissued w
issued ised by b Circuit Lrcul Attorney Atorney Folk today todaycalling toy toycflng
calling cflng on Mrs lrs Blanche Blache Kelly Kely wife wie of ofDaniel
Daniel Dnttel J Kelly Ken the te leglalatlve l iatve baking bakingpowder bg bgpowde
powder powde agent nt who i 1 is now at Niagara NiagaraontheLake NIr
ontheLake Ont Ont jto appear aprbfoe appearbefore before the theSt
St St Louis grand nd jury j ry on Aug Aug 6 a I as a wit witness wi ¬
ness nes The aublena 11 subi ena could oul not nt be beserved beserved
served sre as fS Mrs 1r > Ketty XUy could culd not be befound befound
found foundMrs foundlr foundMrs
Mrs Kelly Kely was wassre served with w th a subpoe subpoena 8ubp ¬
lr
Clt she was leaving leavingthere leavingthere leavingthere
na f 11 at Jefferson Je1ern City as a se
there last night to appear appa before bfor the theCole tbeCol theCole
Cole Col county cuntYVnd grand jury jur a as s a witness It on onAug onAug n nAug
Aug 3 It I was wa supposed that she sh had hadreturned hadreturned
lpp
returned return to St St Louis Luw but she be could not notbe nt ntbe nothe
be found here ller today todayTINAL tO todayo todayFINAL
o c
FINAL FINA INSTALLMENT INSTMNT C PAID PALDNew PA PAIDNew
New Ne York July Jul 30 30The The Tl final Al itaI itaIm installmost install installment ¬
most m nt of 10 per prL cent t due on n the te 50000 0
000 0 of bonds bns underwritten unntdte by the th In International Int Internatiohai ¬
ternational t rntoll 3Hercant j1er utereantfle < e Marine ri syndi syndicate syndicafe ¬
cafe Co cte ha ha baa been paid pid to tf J P Morgan MorganCo Morpn MorpnCo
HIS LIFE LIFEWAS LIFEWASCRUSHEDOUT WAS WASCRUSHED WASCRUSHEDOIJT
CRUSHED CRUSHEDOIJT CRUSHEDOIJTI OUT OUTFrank
I
Frank Holmes Torn Nearly tc tcPieces tGiecesin tcPieces
Pieces iecesin in Revolving Shaft ShaftONE ShaftONE ShaftC ShaftONE
C
ONE OF OFHIS HIS ARMS CUT CUTOFF CUTOFFLEG OFF OFFLEG OFFLG
+
LG LEG AND A JAW JAW BROKEST BROKESTDIBS BROX A AiD AiDDIES
DIBS DIS OF HIS INJURIES INJURIESHILE INJUBIBSIT7HILE I II IWHI
I
IT7HILE HILE engaged e in oiling o machinery machineryat mhner
WHI VtT ii at the t works wo of of the Portland PortlandCement PurUand Purtiawtii
Cement Celt Co C yesterday afternoon afternoonFrank ofternoorPrank
7erdat etror etrorrk
Frank rk Homes Ho was w caught CUlt fa a revolv revolving rvoivr rvoivrIDe revoivIng >
ing shaft shtt and ad mutilated muilte so 8 badly bdthato that thathe thatihe
> he dl die died d early eI last t evening evenig His Ri left leftarm let Itral tt ttann
arm al was w torn t off oJ his hI right leg le frac fractured frc frctur fractured
broken brokenThe broke brokenThe tured tur and a the t bones be of his Jaw Jw wer werbroken wet were werebroken
The accident occurred shortly after S Soclock
acidt oour shory afer aferock
ClOck ock 0 At Attetme the thetime time Holmes Hoe who wh wa waemployed WIl waemployed <
employed eploYe as aa an oiler oler > was wa busy b about aboutthe abut abutthe aboutthe
the crusher crher with Wt his he can cn There Tbre is h a a
large revolving reolvin revolvingshaft shaft shaf in that tht vicinity vicinityand Vjclnl viciniband
and he is thought tuht to have been b oiling oilingthat ollg ollgtat oiiiiigthat
that tat He apparently apPnty leaned lene his Jl arm armon am amon aynton
on the th shaft ahn and a got It caught in one oneof ouo Ofltof
of the fly 1y wheels wbe In a second caqt cO be was waswound wa waouO Wa5wound
wound ouO about abut the shaft shaf and flying nyinthrugh
through thrugh the air ar at a speed sPe that tht was WA al almost almot almost
most mot enough to tear ter him to pieces piecesMangled pltI pltIang1e piecesMangled
Mangled ang1e and ad andBieedlng andBieedlngAs Bleeding BleedingAs Bleig BleigAs
As soon sn as as be was wa caught cupt Holmes Holmesscreamed Holm Holmsrmed Holmsscreamed
screamed srmed add ad the engineer saw 1 en w him himdrawn hi himdrawn
drawn dwn into the t wheel whet Immediately Immatfly lie lieshut 1 lieshut
shut hut down the th machinery mchine but it wwr0 wwr0seme w wm waa waasome
some m momenta mom before bor the shaft st rouMT rouMTbe Otdd Otddbe
t
be b brought brUbt to a standstill sdti When Wn It Itatop did didstop < V Vstop
stop Holmes Hole was wa thrown twn to the th floor floorbeneath ft ftbeth floorbeneath
beneath beth it i and an lay Jy there tr a mangled mangledand maglt mangledand
and bleeding bleing piece of humanity humanitySeveral bWIt humanitySeveral
Several Se e of pece the te workmen workmn ran rn to toHolmes t toHolmes
Holmes Holme expecting ept to find fnd him hi dead de but butthey ba batbey butthey
they soon B discovered dvee that he w WU WUbreathing wasbreathing s sbreathing
breathing Dna Dr A A S Bower Bwer and Wil William Wj WjlL WiJ11am
liam lL Gleaacn Gle were we summoned sumO imme immediately Imme imrnedtately ¬
diately ditely to t attend atten him him When Whn the t phy physicians phY physicians ¬
sicians slcJns arrived arive they found that tat white whitebeing whlr whilebeing
being bing hurled hurlt around aound the shaft sh Holmes Holmesleft Holmes Holmesleft
left arm ar bad hd been bn torn from fro his body bodyand by4 by4and bOdyand
and it I hung hun by some sme fragments ftnt of ofcloth a otcloth
cloth clot His Bi right riht leg had been bn frai fraitured tral fractuned >
tuned ture above abv the knee and one side of ofhis ofhi ofhis
his hi jaw ja had been bn crushed cruhd in In The vic victim vi vietim ¬
tim tm almost almot died die from tro loss of o blood blo be before t 1 1fore ¬
fore the doctors doctor could culd get t to t him hima K Kwas Ewas
was a unconscious uncooslous and ad was wa removed rmove to toSt t toSt
St S Marks Maks hospital hpt immediately immediatelyHolmes Jmmtdtel ImmediatelyHolmes
Holmes Holm leg le was in such sUth a a condition conditionthat condit conditionthat
that tht it I was wa apparent apprnt tothephysicians tothephysiciansthat tOfthephyslCa
that it would wul have hve to b be removed rmved bat batat b batat
at the time tme an operation oprton was Ina impossible impos impossible ¬
sible without fatal fatl results resuls According Accordingly ccori ¬
ly the wounds were wer dressed dress an a hest hestthey v vthey
they could be b and an effort efor was wasto i ito me meto
to revive rvive the patient tent He lived Jve unfit unfitearly antUearly t
early erly last lat evening evning when he putted puttedaway P Paway pedaway
away sctousnees 8lusne aclousnessFamily sctousneesPamily without wihout havirig hvd regained regainedsctousnees repn c C Caclousness
Family Fay Living Lvng in Logan LoganHolmes Lon LonHm LoganHolmes
Holmes Hm had been b at work at a the cel celmeht c ce cemeht
meht plant plat for only a short time arid aridhd an4bac1 andhad
hd a wtfe and iWeyearold ihre yearokl ehlid lie lieing Ii lhtag i ihag
hag in Logan an < They were ePe notified ed of ofkte ofJHIidtband cChin4eath
kte JHIidtband hin4eath 4iaath and will come to the city citytoday cUTt04a cIt cIttoday
today While the affair wai wagparently wagparentlya parendr parendra iarenvlyr iarenvlyra
a pure accident it was reported r > I to tTie tTiecoroner r rcoroner y ycoroner
coroner and an inquest may maybe be held heldManager heldManager heldManager
Manager L M Bailey of the cemeint cemeintworks cemtutwork cenieurtworks
works stated last night that no or orknow O onknw
know jtljat Holmes was about the sn snvotMttey sbaU sbaUued4tieybeard ba
votMttey ued4tieybeard Jnard him cry and saw Sa Saw 1 him himjerk hUnj hI hIjerked
jerk jerked j rkhtt d mto ft th the t hewbeel wheel The Machinerywas machine machinewas Machinery
was stopped as soon as possible he hestates hestates
states but at the speedat peed at whi1ik whi1ikhas which hji1 Ithas It Ithas
has to move thte ooaKt not be done donequickly donequickly
quickly enough to save the man manThis manThIs manThis
accident this thiskind thinkind C Ckind
This is the second of
kind that has occurred at the works worlwin W Win
in the past year Another Anoth r work workwas workwas workfl workflwas
was caught in the shaft in the same sanwmanner sameroamier namemanner
manner roamier and his arm was torn frees frwnhis fr frhis freeshis
his body He was killed though be befere be betcre befere
fere the macninery could be stopped stoppedHOLDUP Bt BtHOLDUP stoppedHOLDUP
HOLDUP HOLDUPei MEN P EN ei IN HOCK HOCKFour HOGKFour HOCKFour
Four Toughs Taken by Portland PortlandPolice PortlandPolice PortlafldPolice
Police Charged With High Highway Highway jgh jghway ¬
way Robbery RobberyPortland s sPortland c 1 1Portland
Portland Ore July 30 3OSherltr 30SheritfSthas Sheriff StoBf
has arrested four men who are chargMl chargMlwith char charwith
with holding up and robbing robbiD an else elecrtrie electric elsetric
tric car on the Oregon City line with within wlthiDthe withinthe to tothe
the city limit on the night of July 14 14The 14The 14The
The men are Ira Landers Arthur ArthurHecks ArthurReeks ArthurHocks
Reeks Earl McIntosh and David Sim Simmons 81mmolUl Simi Simimoos >
moos The sheriff ha bas been quietlj quietljworking quietiworking quietl1working
working on the case for the past tw twweeks twi twiweeks twweeks
weeks and the first arrest was made madalast madelast madelast
last Monday night when Ira Landers Landerswas
was as taken from a river steamer and andlodged alldloded andlodged
lodged in jail Early Tuesday morning morningArthur mornin morninArthur morningArthur
Arthur Hicks and Earl McIntosh n wee weearrested weearrested weearrested
arrested M a edging house The last lastarrest lastarrest lastarrest
arrest was made late last night when whenSimmons whenSimmons h n nmmolU
Simmons mmolU was arrested in the park near nearthjtjpunty neate nearthunty
frested
thjtjpunty jail jailSheriff jailt3skerIff
t3skerIff Sheriff e rUf kept the fact of the ar arViet arlet arreslet
reslet Viet let until today toda in the hope that thatu thatthe thatthe
the u r two men concerned in the thew thcrob th throb
rob w might be apprehended ppr heBded On Oneach Oneach Oneach
each of the men arrested arre ted was found foundsom found110m foundsent
sent article of Jewelry which the sher sheriff shertlr sherIf ¬
iff If claims was taken from the passen pasengers passengers passengers
gers of the electric car and he feels feelssure feelsure feelssure
sure that he has the right men menAbout menAbout menAbout
About midnight of July 14 six sixmasked sixmasked cixmasked
masked men boarded an electric car carof carof carof
of the Oregon Or OIl City line and shot B B F FDay J JDay FDay
Day then went through the car an and andcompelled andcompelied < 1 1compelled
compelled the thirty passengers pa to tohand toltand tohand
hand over their money mone watches and andjewel andJewels andjowela
jewel Since that time many people peoplehav peoplehav peoplehay
hav been held up and robbed in th thcity thcity thcity
city and the sbernff tkinks he hehas has now nowbroken no nobroken nowbroken
broken up the gang which has been beenterrorising beenterrorizing n nterrorlJ
terrorizing terrorlJ Itg the community Day J ay who whohas whItbu whohas
has recovered from his wounds iden identified idt identilled > n ntined ¬
tined Mcintosh as the leader of the thehighwaymen thehlrhwaymen thehighwaymen
highwaymen who held np the car carMAN carMAN carMAN
MAN FOUND GUILT GUll GUILTHISWIACQUITTED U1LTYHIS TV TVHISWIFE
HIS HISWIFE HISWIACQUITTED HISWIACQUITTEDChicago WIRE ACQUITTED ACQUITTEDChicago ACQUITTEDChicugo
Chicago July 30 Toe Jury 1ur In in incase thtIUIe tivcase ¬
case of John and Elizabeth Wiltrux Wiltruxwho Wiitiawho Itlit Itlit1ho
who were on trial for the murder murderPul murdrPaul > 1 > i iPaul
Paul Pasxzkewski today toda > returned returiwclverdict 1 1verdict Ierdict
verdict of guilty against t inst John Wilt Whltrax WhltraxWhile i1tr rax raxwtttle x xwhtle
wtttle his wife KHzabotb was u auit auitted quit quitted juitted
ted Twentyfive > year ya r imprisonment imprisonmentin
in the > penitentiary penit Rtiry was tHe sentence sentencepassed 8fnten 8fntenP8St sentenepassed
passed P8St upon Wlitrax WUtr LC A motion for Cornw fo forIe a anew
new rIe trial was at one entered t d Th Thtrial Thtrial The Thetrial >
trial attraHed attra < ted much attention att ntiu from fromftct Uj Ujftct UIt UItf
ftct f ct that the 11yearold son tot of orthe the 0 0fendants a afEndants tp tpfendants
fendants gave the most rDO t 113 ilaniagtn ma tng tea testimony t tUD1Dny teatiinony ¬
timony against aift8t them dud afterward afterwardtook atterwardtook aflernardtook
took the stand for the he defense and an de denltd dpnitd don1I
nltd all his hi former form 1 testimony
WOMEN WORKED TO SAVE PROPERTY PROPERTYi
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+ i if rOI5ILE Ala July 30 3eA 30A A disastrous fire occurred oClUtre in tViba I elba Suu Siixni SiKtisli h hHonduras t tHonduras 4lvi
+ M lvi Honduras July 15 1 the particulars part culuns of which bleb luiv ha just l beeu > eeu ie iet ncelved 9 9celved +
+ t celved by by1teier fteiwner er The tire originated in the th dwelling Ivust and andf iln ilntQre +
9 + f sfqre of Antonio AutoaIoIiatl Maciati att and spread quickly to the thebniltling building ldin of t the he Vat VatcKro VIUctro Vareuro +
+ euro Bros Steaxnbhip Ste rilbip company flpafl a twostory frane frawebte h ttie largcsi 1arg 1 building buildingf buildlnJInCentral +
+ f inCentral in Central America Many house hou e caught are aj atatlams iitit tlain i 6 covered coveredthe coveretlthe eNii eNiith +
+ the th city ct y The stores s of Lafitte Aluere Alue P DYtofte D > pfea and several tie esveralthers eral erallhers +
4 + others < of like character were consumed together vrHvaMrny y small tois atoistird toisard tfS tfSurd +
+ ard recidenoeH rt ldenl The officiate and people under J Jno 1floAga1ria lio j galtrria alaria the com comf eemitandant Omuandant +
+ f irundant and Jose J e Tar TaTanta ant a organized a bucket buck t brigade Inwhi in w which hh h even evenf centho eventho +
+ f tho women orneft sei served ed The los loss is T 250000 250000The 2i00WThe IO08OThe < +
+ The k k ksses > 81 s s of DVoux Lafflte k Aluerez ur are covered Ctoved by hU Jnsniiaiivc llalhC llalhCt +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + it + + + + + + 1 tt l
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