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R04IJJ 1 July iL ILI L a mThe largeSt largeetC largeStconcla
1 C conclave concla e In the history ht8tor of tile tJjeCatholic t V VCatholic 1
Catholic church hue ha now as assembled usembled s s8Ernblet ¬
sembled in the SlsHne chapel for the thepurpose thepurpoRe thePUrpo
purpose PUrpo ot eJ f electing electh electingSixtytwo a successor sU r to Lao
XIII > Sixtytwo cardinals with over 0Vtoo
300 oo clerical and lay attendants are Vo Voall t9aU
all 11 Intents and nd purposes es prisoners prisonerswith prisoneraWithin pr1onerWth1n
with Within In the Vatican One of them UH m Car Cardinal Cardinal Cardma ¬
dinal Herrara y Espirosa E plro archbishop archbishopof
of Valencia was prostrated lr tnLted Immediate Immediately ¬
ly after aftf > r entering the th conclave conela and lle JIM
III > 1 in i his cell Tomorrow morning the thfecardinals theC tb tbardiflais
cardinals C it rdlnal will enter nt r upon the solemn
duty dut of o choosing cho < ng the new pope by b bal balf
1 J Jot f > r qjhjB Ie general impression exists that thatwithin thatwithin
within ithln two or three days possibly po lbb
Iheughnot theugh ot probably prob bl tomorrow a pope popewill V VwIll
will have h e been chosen But no matter
hew Ion lng ong a time may be required the theabsolute thea1NtoJute theal1Jute
absolute al1Jute seclusion 8iKIu lon of the princes of the thechurch thechtlh thechu
church chu eh from the outer world must ac according ACcordtng aceoidlng ¬
cording to the chruch law continue continueuntil continueuntil continueuntil
until a choice IB h made madePrognostications madeProgzIosucationg
Prognostications us to who will wear wearth wearth wearth I
th tiura a a8 Leos Leo successor 8UCt StIOr have little littlevalue littlevalue littlevalue
value as even ven the cardinals rdlnal who thifc thifcevening thl thleenlng tJIevening
evening entered their cells l 1I8 seemed to tohe tobe tobe
be without definite ideas to the issue issueCardinals Iseueeanllnal Imue1rdinels
Cardinals Ram RampolJa polls Seraflno Vannu Vannuteiii VannuLeili VannuLeiI
teiii di Pietro Gotti and Oreglla con continue conttnue continue ¬
tinue to he most frcitvently mentioned mentionedas
as a the likely candidates but the mo moment moment momeet ¬
ment the name n me of one of them is men mentioned mentioned mentioneti ¬
tioned a hundred reasons rea ons are supplied suppliedto
to show alto that he could not possibly po lbly be beelected beelected beV
V elected
electedNo
No Organized Movement MovementSo
So seldom have the majority of the thecardinal thecArdinals theeartflnele
cardinal now here met each other otherand o otheranl her herand
and so widely do the they differ in na nationality natlonahty nationlity ¬
tionality and personality that no or organized orga organled ¬
ganized ga IHd movement in support of any anyone anyone anyone
one cardinal has thus far been prac practicable p1actI pracV ¬
V ticable tI ble nor in fact seriously s > rlousl at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted This dues not apply apl ly to the theItalian theItalian theItiI
Italian ItiI cardinals C1ird I n ls who nearly m arl all are arewell arewell areveli
well acquainted with each e < h other With Withtheir WithV Withtheir Vithtbllr
V their numerical strength the Italian Italiancardinal HaHancJrdlnAa ItalianV
V cardinal K united unlt practlcaly pracUcalylnsure pracUcalylnsurethe insurethe Insure Insurethe
the sleeting of a pontiff t of their own ownchoosing ownh ownchooaing
choosing h ng It is the tt disunion and riv rivalry rlvn1ry rhaIry ¬
aIry among the Italian cardinals which whichin whichIn whichIn
in fact tact leaves leav the question of Leos Leossuccessor LeosauoeMIIOr Leossuoceseer
successor so open as to make one guess guessalmost guess8Imoss guessa1monj
almost a good as another anotherThe anotherThe anotherThe
The rival claims of the leading Ital Italian ItalIan Ital1a ¬
ian 1a cardinals so freely ventilated in the thelocal the10Ca1 theV
V local papers are matters which are all allImportant allimportant allimportant
Important in connection with the de decision de deon dochIon ¬
cision on of the conclave because it is as assigned ass asV asst4jned ¬
V signed s ed as a ipregone regone ep > ne conclusion that the thexMQuTOt theC thenUMcu
nUMcu xMQuTOt t of the Holy See will be bean bean bean
an Italian The foreign cardinals have haveriewn hayeWI haveiOWI
riewn WI no location I 4lication of opposition to tothis tothl tothis
this thl aseumpUop but bU t however willing willingthey Will willingV I nb
V they are to honor an Italian it is istoelteved ISIIII isiselleveel
toelteved IIII that serious differences among amongth amoBft amongtha1tIns I
th tha1tIns iHaW ns themselves thtmlel upon matters of ofpeMtical oCpolitical ofpoKtIcal
political ana religious opinion mustbe mustbereconciled nmst be ber bereebselled
reconciled r Mnecl before one of them suitable suitableto
to all sections s ttong can < an lie elected The ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent difficulty of accomplishing at1ompll hlng this thishas thl thlhas thishas
has rendered reoderedlntere Interest t in the conclave conclavedoubly conc1aedoubJ conclaVedoubly
doubly doubJ acute and nd is largely responsible responsiblefor
for the frequently tNq ntJy expressed opinion opinionthat opirflonthat opirfionthat
that s seme m cardinal little talked of may mayemerge mayemerge mayemerge
emerge from the conclave eoncm ve as the next nextIKipe nextlt nextlope
lope lt pe
Changes Coming ComingMore ComingIorc ComingMore
More Interesting IDtere tlng perhaps 4S in a cer certai eertlI certLs
tai tLs way 1Iy is the impression alon which pre prcvailh preallh provails
vailh allh in certain cert ln n sections that no matter matterivhat matterwhat matterwhat
what the verdict er Uct of the conclave may maybe maybe maybe
be great reat changes chn are impending in the thepolicy thel thepolicy i
policy l ollc > oC the Vatican and that within H Hyear Hyear aV
V year or two the new pope popem will no long longvatican longIIIJ longw II
w IIIJ er lon conSider lder himself a prisoner In the thevatican thevatican
vatican but will 1U unlike Leo leave its itsprecincts itsprtClnct itsi
i precincts when necessary necessaryBy nelfltuBy
all allthe aUtit altthe
By 5 oclock this afternoon
the tit > eardlnate r tna had arrived at the theVatican thevaUtJui thevatican
Vatican and had gone to their theircells theirceJ1 theircells
cells The conclave has been duly dulyformed duhB dulyV
V formed B and its members m are now nowprepared nowI W WHhut
shut from the outer world Everything EverythingW Everythingrepered
W prepared for tomorrows t voting votingShortly votingSkortl3 olintSatortlr
Shortly after 4 oclock the cardinals be began be began began ¬
I gan to appear on St Peters a pjaxza pjaxzaNPhere piazza plRaatrhere piazzarhere
NPhere a small crowd watched inter intere Interfl Intertedly
fl tHb e tedly and raised their th lr hats h s as the theprinces theJrlnres the3rlnces
princes oC the church passed into the therear therMr thei
Vlth Vlthe W Vlthh Ith Ith4ch
i rear entrance en trance of the I he Vatican
e 4ch ch h cardinal rdinai were W er 1e the servants f rvants who whowill whowUl whoV
V will attend his wants luring the con conclave conclaYe conclave ¬
clave Some had ad bags in the carriages carriageswrh carriagesI carriageswIh
wrh I h them though most mo t of the baggage baggagehad l baggageI gg ge ge1tad
I had been sent > on beforehand The ma majority majorlt maV majorlty ¬
V jority of the cardinals contented them themselves themelve8 themselves ¬
and andhandbag andssa4lb5
selves with taking portmanteaus 1 11landbefL
handbag ssa4lb5 At the Vatican doors the theSwtoTswirds thesJUrdtl theV
V SwtoTswirds sJUrdtl SIss guards kept back the be curious curiouscrowd curloucrowtl curiousI
I I crowd among whom were ere many manypriest 111fin 111finpllest manypriests
priest Photographers Phot rapheNl vigorously vigorouslymanned v vIgorouslynpped orou ly lytmAJtpeCl
manned ° the occupants oc < upant of the black blackirrik blackNrta8 blackrriages
Nrta8 irrik rriages prior to their entrance to tonmU tuml tohnt
nmU ml on ODe cardinal called prison prisonStories prl prisonStories on onStocles
Stories Help Rampolla RampollnJust RampollaJust
Just bf beCp betpregolng r going Into his cell t n today todaya tIa tIaa
I a promffc Trontlt cardinal threw thrf an inter interrstinc Inteltini Interrtin
rstinc rtin tini sidelight upon the chances of ofKinipoil orI ofI
I Kinipoil I nlptUa Leos secretary of state has hast IlL IlLfn
t br > fn n persistently abused recently recfntl by bythe byth byth
V the th government oernntent papers for his temporal temporaltiower temporA1poUcy temporalV
tiower jnwer policy policyI V VI
V
V
I am not so sure said the cardinal cardinalto
to the representative repre entathe of the Associated AssociatedPITM AMOClatefPJtI AssociatedThg
PITM that the public attacks upon uponurJInal uponi uponj
C urJInal Rampoila by the government governmentp
j p fIf f not inspired Inpl with a view to work workIns workIn workV
V Ins In up among Catholics and cardinals cardinalsa
i a Fi f ilit of enthusiasm for him which whichjitigTjt whichiigJt hl < h
jitigTjt 11 i 1t greatly increase e his chances of ofr
r ddinn V fin ft Indeed it is Ii perfectly pelff < tly certain certainth certallithat certaintht
1 th that t the Italian government would not notli notb
V li b at all sorry to see Cardinal Ram Rampolia Rxmpalla Hampolls ¬
polls wear ar the tiara as at heart I Inot do donot donot
not believe the government has ha any an se serious enom atI ¬
I I nom disposition to alter the existing existingrelation ex existIngi Ung Ung1fJtlo
i I relation between the Vatican and the theqnfrtnal theq theV
V qnfrtnal qnfrtnalTher q qairlnaLV l naL naLTh
V Ther Th l r to no doubt that Cardinal CardinalRsunpolta CardinalIbimpolla ArdlnalDAmpollA
Rsunpolta who Is so well known to all allthe 811tile allL
L the cardinals because of the position positionhe
he held under the late pope > has 5 A AStrom Astrong astrong
V strong following but whether whher he her It I IT In IS ISen
en T n approximately strong enough to tobring tobring
1 bring rjn him within measurable distance distancepf
pf f l ih j p papal thnne will only onl be re rev ref ref
f v ald < alt > d when th thf > first ballot Is taken takentomorrow takentttrrow taketie
f e tomorrow Cardinal Seraono Vannu Vannutlll VannutdH VnnUhill
tlll WR certain according aHordlu to a t tate Ktat Ktatm stateV tatem
V m iint nt of one of those who wh entred the therm thenn tilecnn
rm nn lave 11 > tonight to secure ten votes votesBt votesC otI8at
C Bt th first ballot He is rejrnrded as asParticularly al4fJfiularly as7irtiulariy
Particularly friendly to Ireland and andIt andIt andit
It i ic understood un > rstood has ha the th support of ofcardinal orardinul ofV
V cardinal Lope archbishop of Armagh ArmaghanJ Armahan ArmagliV
V anJ an flflV It is 5 also said of Cardinal Gib Gibtors Glbbon GIbV
V bon torsf b rs
bonOn rsfl
f On > ri > of the IfitrrrstiiiK h1 frrff < t IIIJ features of to today tofla tolay ¬
day fla R preparations was wa the > compare comparative comp comparetkV ra ratip ¬
tip tkV ignorance displayed by some of ofth of1h ofcardinals
th cardinals concerning on rning the conclaves conclavesmethod conclaeTnftho
4 method < of procedure One of them themho themhn themhri
ho looks old enough to have partic participated partlcipat partleaV ¬
aV ipated ipat d in any number of conclaves toncla VflS al although althiIgh althigh ¬
though Cardinal Oreglla o reJrll a of course 1 1tlv 11 11ttl iinly
tlv ttl only member of the sacred college collegejh
t jh j h nr rvinms vio in UK s experience fOX ptrlllnc mgenlou tngtmloulUoaIm1ttPfl Ingeniously Ingeniouslya ly lyndmltt
a ndmltt aIm1ttPfl that he had not r reed ad the therules UteI
V I rules governing the technicalities ot otContinued oJContinued ofr ofCont1nued
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FOURLEADERS FOURLEADERSIN FOUR LEADERS LEADERSIN
IN THE CONCLAVE CONCLAVECardinal
Cardinal Rampolia Seems to toHave toHaye toV
V Haye HayeVthe the lheMost Most Votes VotesHEso VotesHRAtso VotesVV
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VV VVHEALSO +
HEso HRAtso HAS HASP MANY ANY ENEMIES ENEMIESGOTTI ENEMIESGO ENEMIESGOTTI
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GOTTI GO I A soNG CANDIDATE CANDIDATEx
x FOR FO POPE POPEROME
1 1ROlIE
0 July ILThe l Tbe four ur cardlnawhotte cardinals1S cardinals cardinalswhoe
ROME 1S whom names n mes have been most fre frequeaiy ireIU freUeJ34J
queaiy IU UeJ34J before ft the ift public recently recentlyin cen cenIn
in connection coun counoCtl Uon n with the thfdt discussion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the successor suc eM r to the papal JMll throno are areGottJ areGottl areOotti
GottJ Oreglls Vannutalli and Ram Rampo RamJCIh RainpoHsi
po JCIh JCIhGirolamo a aGJrolamo V
GJrolamo GottI was born at Genoa GenoaMarch GenoaMarch GenoaMarch
March 29 1914 He is 1 a son of a poor poormail poormal poorma
mal ma mail who went to Genoa G noa in search se rch of ofwork oCwork ofwork
work and was employed there as aquarry a 8qUlLrry aquarry
quarry porter a humble but some sometimes some somet1m somet1m ¬
t1m times sufficiently lucrative occupation occupationiGottJ o occupationGotU
Stuped ujS d inthe In the Jesuit college and andafterwards am1atterWards andaftertiards
afterwards assumed the habit of the thebarefooted thebarCoote thebsxeooted
barefooted Carmeltes Carmelte13ecame Carmeflt V VBecame y yBecame
Became a aV V Carmelite CarmeliteAfter CarmeliteAfter C rmelite rmeliteAfter
After having entered while still stillyoung stilloung Stillyoung
young the Carmelite order Gotti won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the affection and admiration of all allabout allabout allabout
about him At the age of 26 2 he was wasreader wasreader wanreadec
reader of philosophy in the Carmelite Carmeliteconvent Carmeliteconvent Carmeliteconveiet
convent of Loeno In 1S62 IS6 he wafe t iap iappol ap appolited appoiited
polited pol 1ted professor prot or of f navigation in th thpreparatory thprltparaOlY11aI1 the thePrePt1Y
preparatory prltparaOlY11aI1 naval college where among amonghispupils kmonghlspuplls amonghispuplls
hispupils were future Admirals Acton ActonSaint ActonSaint ActonaintBon
Saint aintBon Bon and tie Albertls and two fu future future fuVtUVO ¬
ture ministers of the marine In 18 1888 1888Plus I88PIUs S SPius
Pius IX nominated him theologian at atthe atthe atthe
the ecumenical council In 1871 he was waselected waseiected wanelected
elected prosecutor prOBeCU tor general of the Car Carmelites Carmelites Carmelitca ¬
melites and ten years yea S later he became becamegeneral becamegeneTal becamegeneral
general of the same me order Later he habecame heme hebecame
became me a member of the congregation congregationof
of the regular bishops doctor of the col college colIfge cotloge ¬
loge of St Tholwas Aquinas and con consuitor consu1tor consuitor
suitor of the popaganda Fide On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the 18th of of March 1S92 Leo XIII nom nominated nomInated nommated ¬
inated Gotti titular archbishop of Pet Petra Petra Petie
ra and on the 18th of May Iay of the same sameyear sameY sameyear
year Y ar sent him to Brazil on a special specialmission specialmlS8ion specialmission
mission with the title of internuncio internuncioand
and envoy extraordinary It Is known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that the holy see had in that time se sertous serIoU8 sorious
rtous differences with Brazil and Mgr MgrSpolveriiio MgrSpolveriuo MgrSpolverino
Spolveriiio had been b en recalled to Rome Romeand Romeand Romeand
and was substituted by Macchi who whodid whodid whodid
did not succeed In settling the points pointsat
at issue while GotH was more success successful successfu1Some successful ¬
ful fu1Some Some declare that Gotti did not notdistinguish notdlaUngulsh notdietinguish
distinguish himself him lr In his mission He Hebecame Hebtacalnf Hebecamp
became cardinal In Octobet 1896 189 with withtitle withUtle withtitle
title of Sta Maria Della Schola short flhortly shortly
ly after his return from Brazil and andfinally andfinally andfinally
finally attained to the office of prefect prefectof
of the tb propaganda prop saBda Fide which is of ofsuch orsuch ofsuch
such importance that the cardinal hold holdIng hOldIng holdlng
Ing It is called the red pope popeMan popeMnn popeMan
Man of o the Hour HourKb HourQ HourNo
Kb Q onecan o oie e cant an tell l1 who will be Leo XIIfs XIIfsor X111asesoeseor
sesoeseor or r > j but considering all thingsr7 things thln8G6t thinifaC
G6t C ttT Ie beHeet1 r7 d to t be the man of th thsituation tne tnettuatlon tflCaituatlon <
situation It Itle 1 said sid Id that he h has the cor cordial cordial cordial ¬
dial support pf t Qermany Mn and nct < l Austria Austriathat Austriathat Austriathat
that Italy Hal te CMorable rabJe to him hlmjj and andMm andwouJD andFrance
France wouJD woib no OPi4 Mm Hf Jil good goodpeaa soo1quaUUes 500 500qualitIes
qualitIes an l rtheegmiised lRd ran tbe euro europeas ro ropea
pea peas powers who do not forget bls tits titsIt ls work work1ft workIn
1ft Brazil
It 1 t Is it nit not generally g lert V VVlt ny known that t when whenGotti whenGottt whenGotti
Gotti was in Brazil razl1 he was officially ap appointed p ppolntt Ppointed ¬
pointed by b nian r niani an1 European governments governmentsto
to do his utmost to check ch k the civil war warwhen warwhen warwhen
when it brake out at St Pnloa against againstPresident againstp againstPreMdent
President p n Pelmoto PelmotoWhen PeimotoWhen
When Gotti Ji was elected archbishop of oftorl ofPttra ofPetra
Petra the fIrst and most valuable pretort pre pretoral
tort cross that he received was given givenhim glcnhim givenhim
him by the omperor of Austria AustriaGermany AustrtaGermany AustriaGe
Germany Ge nany alPO regards GotU with favor favoras
as she owes ow him the privilege granted grantedto ranted rantedto
to nor r of protecting the Catholics ot otthe orthe ofthe
the east eastHe eAetHe eastHe
He If s also belieVed to be a great flnan financier flnanrhr flnaneler ¬
cier principally V because Leo l eo XIII in intrusted Intrusted intrusted ¬
trusted to him the administration ot otPeters otPetCH otIeters
Peters pence after Cter the wellknown dls dlsastfers dlstst dieasters
asters tst JS due to mismanagement mlsman t ment of that thatfund thatfund thatfund
fund In this tb affair GotU rendered true trueservice trueeervlce
service n1ce to the holy hol see secThe seeThe
The Senior Cardinal CardinalLulgl CardinalIulal CardinallidI
Lulgl Oreglla of the family of Santo SantoStefano SantoSternO SantoStefano
Stefano was s horn in BesjeVsgienmi BesjeVsgienmiPiedmont Beae BeseVagiennuPiedmont Y glennu glennuPle
Piedmont Ple dm < nt July a ins He devoted him himself hlmIC himelt ¬
self elt IC eagerly to study atud gave splendid Jfplend1dproors pplendldproofs splendidproofs
proofs of hi hla ability and was soon known knownfor knownfor knownror
for his hi profound theology From the theacademy theacadmy timeacademy
academy for noble ecclesiastics he en entered entered entered ¬
tered th the pontifical court as a bishop bishopOn bishopOn
On April 16 1868 18Uhe h he was as made refer referendary rtferndao referender ¬
endary ender of SfRiwtUira St > lNttllra and then was sent sentMS sentMS sentits
MS intwnunclo to the court of Holland HollandThe Hollondfhe HollandThe
The Illustrious prelate was soon pro promoted promot promoted ¬
moted mot d to be nuncio at a t the court of Lis Lisbon 118bon Iisben ¬
bon and titular archbishop arrhbl hop of Bagnetta BagnettaAt
At his own request t he h was recalled to toBorne toR9me toB9me
Borne where Plus IX raised r lstd him to the therank therank
rank of cardinal 1 l conferring rrl upon hh him himthe h himtiw I I
the Uktt title of stanastaslo tanaftta llt o io On March r h 24 241W4
1W4 he h was Hpjx appointed lnted to the th fee of P Plestrlna PA PAlestrl Parlestrlss
rlestrlss lestrlna lestrl s holding holdlh besides in virtue of his hisrank hisrank hisrank
rank of abate commondatavio the theabbey l1 l1Rb theabbey
abbey Rb y of Saints Vlncenxo Ylnct > J17o and arastaslo arastaslos
Rt s the tre fontane He is camerlmiRO camerlmiROof
of the Holy Roman church < and was chan chancellor chancelioI cimancellor ¬
I cellor of f the Roman sacred college collegebishop collegebishop oJlegebllllhop
bishop of Porto and Santa Rufino and andIK andhe andis
IK now D W bishop bt hop of the United Suburban Suburbanrhurches SuburbHnhnrch8 Suburbanchurches
churches of Ontla and Velletrl and pre prefect pref prefeet ¬
feet f t of th the sacred 8 cnod congregation of St StSermonlufl StSfrmoJnhlfl StSermonhw
Sermonlufl He belong to the regular regularclergy regularcltrgy regularclergy
clergy ami Is I a member of several eccle ecclesiastical eccl ecclaU ecciesIastiai ¬
siastical aU al congregations and protector of ofmrfny oCmthlY ofmany
many ae 8 oriaUons odatk > n and academic Oreg OregIla OregIta Oregits
its Is considered by b many man cardinals a aI a8 a8I asLeo
I Leo o XHIs possible jo successor ttor owing to tohis tohiI toills
his advanced ace a t as well as to his of office offlle offlee ¬
flee of camorllnRO which was held by b the thetat thehttf thelate
tat late pep under idei Pius IX Out thin of offl ortl offlee
fl flee e of cmnerlinsjov which after th the death deathof
of the pope and until the nomination of ofhi otbla ofhIs
hi hIs successor MU e8M r places in his hands the nov government xo xoern novernMent ¬
ern ernment Qt of the th church so far from In Increasing InrrtAsn inereas1n ¬
creasing rrtAsn Is chances of being pope rather ratherdiminishes rathtrdh ratherdiminiabes
diminishes dh lnf lles them There > is a tradition traditionwhich traditionwhlrh traditionwhich
which has rarely rarel been broken through throughand fbrouhand through0and
and to which Leo XIII was an exception exceptionthat excptlonthat exceptionthat
that It is I exceedingly rare for a earner camerllngo camfrIIno earnerlingo
lingo to attain the dignity of the papal pupaltiara p papaltiara pal paltiara
tiara Oreglla Or glla had seven IIt > n votes in the theconclave thecontlave theconclave
conclave that elected Peed PecclAlthough PeccIAItJ10qh PeedAlthough
Although old Oreglla is still well and andstrong aadtroD andetronj
strong < He carries cRrrt himself well and Is Issensible hilleulblt Iswenelbie
sensible of the th nobility which hlch he inherits inheritsfrom Inheritsfrom Inheritsfroiti
from the ancient family of the barons baronsot ro 8 8ot
ot Santo 8tefano 8tCanoSerafino ° 8tefanoSerafino tsfanoSerafino
Serafino VannutelU VannutelUSeraflno VnnnutelUSfraOo VannutelliSerafluo
Seraflno Vanmitelll wan born in Genaz Qcnazaano Genazano Genazsans
sans = near Tlvoll Nov No 23 WW After Afterhaving Afterhaving Afterhaving
having successfully passed IMl8 t through his hispttndy histndy hisstudy
study in the th Gapanlc 08nl college in tome Komehe tomeIu Itomelie
he wan appointed auditor In Mexico and andafterwards andatterwarttl andsfterwr45
afterwards at Munich nnlrh and later held h ld the theoffice theoCfSe theoffice
office of apostolic 8pn delegate In Peru and andthat sndthet andthat
that of honelo in Brussels ls ITHfortuitate ITHfortuitatethis tT rttrtultRt rttrtultRtW
W this position k became almost Impossible ImpossiblejroMgh ImpoMlblethrowsh Impossibletbrogb
jroMgh the hmtllities be tntUf8 of the liberal lIberalpert lIberalpertsind party partyami par parlI1fl
ami VannteW was compelled m 11M to re ret4hn ret4hnhie reaigiihi lKti lKtihis
his hi offIce In 1ST 1S7 In the following year yearIeo IU
Ieo 1 sent t him a as nuncio to Vienna lie lieattssnttd H Hatt8l lieattesned
attssnttd att8l tId thJ th rankt > f cardinal on March MarchM MarlhH
M 1SS7 He Is at present xraixl pens peottfttUJt pensteutlari eni eniteiitiar
teiitiar and bishop of the suburban dw dwc dlOCCN diecsso
c CCN < s of Praveti He is I also iso a rcemlter rcemlterof m rnemlerof mlr mlrot
of the til iost oet Important eedcalasUeal eJdU al con conand COllI eongregtIdns
cregMt4ns and of U Ute commlsslo of ear earHe earUnals r reUn
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He comes pom ot a humble faintly tamU of asrt asrtcult B Bcuut agriculti4it
cuut cult rtft Ms H at a one tim time was Wa con considered coaI consoldered ¬
soldered worldly Y but now devotes himself himselfentirely hJmllplft himseitentirely
I t entirely to religion He Is especially especiallynoted eapecallYnoted essictatiynoted
noted for hH h diplomatic prudence He HeIs HeIe HeIs
Is liberal U llber r enlighten and modern In his hisIdeas hieIdcH hisIdeas
Ideas
Leos Friend FriendMariano Friendh1iano rriondMiwiano
Mariano Ramifolla del Tlndaro l h liionga liiongato CJonis CJonisto jonlSI
to a jiable J1 blp Sicilian SlcUt n family fa 01 II He was horn hornAug hornAug hornAug
I Aug 17 l UHL and was mad cardinal cardinally
j hy ly > y i leo o XIII In I 1857 with the title of ofSanta ofSa ofSe
Sa Santa ntu Cecilia Ho was also secretary ot otttbte otI 01itete
I ttbte ofi hl his bollQeM prefect of the theI sa sacred saI ¬
I cred congregaoon ecmr don of Loseto LOII to president presidentof
of the commission of cardinals for the theadministration tileftdmlntratloa theadmlnistratoa
administration of the th property of th thholy thholy the theholy
holy tea es 8 and the commission comml alon of Biblical Biblicalstudy Biblicalstudy Bb1icalstudy
study He is a protector prot etor of numerous numerousironastic numrouIIcmUc numerousworiat1c
ironastic orders fccth foreign and Hal Italian tal18n HalIan ¬
ian ianRampolia Rampolia having completed his studies studiesIn V
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cleslMtles of 01rt or Ttrik rtzI tk In JS76 IV he w was s sent sentto Bentto sentto
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of the propaganda for mattars mat rs connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with the Oriental rite Bi 18 18BZ he was wasmade wasmade Wasroads
made Archbishop ArchbIshoPLOC of Henulea Hen l and n tHint tHintas nt ntas
as nuncio to Spain Spa 111 wheref where he won gen general gesteral en eneral ¬
eral esteem and veneratWn < He Hepromoted v ni nipromoted as aspromoted
promoted to the ntnk of f cirttlnal 1 In TffSl TffSland land pi7and
and seen left SpahL Spaii Soon Sooii4 after fter he ras wasallvelnted rasappointed rasappeinted
appointed seeD8tRr seevetaryeeatW s eretHryiafcat ltJ8tItd Ui in bJw jvhiob lotl tc tcpaelty tot totPadt t tV
paelty lf lie watt the > tattm t tt e m n of the thomattts tHylo tHylomatipts l o omatlflls
V matipts with whop wb lie corresponded correspondedThaugh correspom1eThough correspoiiiletlThough
Though he 11 has wonxWgh cptcent teem he flue BUBalso fluealso
also made enemies The turning point poSntof ll nt ntof I
of Rampolias career was wasln in ln U85 v ihen ihenthe hen henthe hentte
the question of the Caroline islands arose arosebetween rirose rirosebttoween arosebetween
between Spain and Gtrxnary upon valch valchhe vllichhe vitchhe
he suggested the ideu oC referringitto referringittothe ferrtng tto ttothe t tO tOthe
the pope as arbitrator Thl Thhr was a great greatdiplomatic greatdiplomatIc greatdiplomatic
diplomatic success for the Vatican oecause oe I Icause because
cause it seemed like areturn I I return of thjc tt pa papacy ptipacy papacy ¬
pacy to its former position in EC rope ropefrom ropefrom
from which It had bean bf excluded st Iace c ce ce18iO
1870 The diplomatic crtr Cf cerear eel er of Rare Rartpona RartponaIs poJla poJlaIs
Is too cIosely Intertwliied Intertwl with tht po political poIItical politleal ¬
litical part of the jflorloUs Klorl s pontificate or ofLeo orLeo orLeo
Leo XIII io 0 b be Judged separately rom Ifomit I om omIt
it The verdict of hlstcry on the tote totepope Interope taterope
rope will depend maInly malnl on the th acttons acttonsof tt t fms fmsof
of Cardinal Rampolia hlllWry In AuweKS iuceessand UCteIUI and IJl1l IJl1lurc 11111ure ni niure
ure in good and evil bepause baU8CVV3w ausche he more morethan tnOrethan nrethen
than any other has becyi the hero of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the situation the directing dire4UI mind the theguiding Ul Ullcllng theguiding
guiding lcllng hand It is declared decl8 d that Ram Rampolia Rampolio Rempolla ¬
polio will enter e ter the thtconclave conclave sure of twen twentyeight twentyeight twentyelght ¬
tyeight votes votesHANGER t tHANGED
HANGED ON SAME SAME SCAFFOLD SCAFFOLDTwo SCKFFOLD SCKFFOLDI I
I I ITwo
Two Hundred People PeopleWitneis Witnep Double DoubleHanging DoubleHangilig
Hanging at Prescott PrqscotitPrescott PrescottPrescott Presco1 Presco1Prescott 1
Prescott Ariz July 31llario lv jjlilarlo Hi Hidalgo Hidalgo Hidalgo ¬
dalgo and Francisco Renter fl i murder murderers ¬
ers of C IS Goddard and Fremk Cox at atGoddurd atGoddurd atGoddard
Goddurd station in February Febru ry of this thisyear thlllyear thiSyear
year were hanged in the jail jal yard onere onerethiR nere nerethis nerethis
this morning from the saine sutrk scaffold scaffoldBoth RtutroldBoth scaffoldBoth
Both exhibited the greatest nerve erve The Theformer Theformer Theformer
former smiled < as he nscendt asclndf11 I the th scaf scaffold gtuffold scaffold ¬
fold and saluted a number otf f 4ic actl1JRlnt 4tcluaintminces < iuaint iuaintances I Innc
minces nnc In the crowd the th spectators spe tators bid bidding biddins bidding ¬
ding them Adios The Th death eath war warrant Wnrrant warrant ¬
rant was read to them In he cell 21t It t I
945 oclock by b Sheriff Roberts through throughan
an Interpreter fnterpr ter and tt tee lie concluded it itHidalgo ItHfdalso itHfdalgo
Hidalgo laughingly remarked remarl d to the theinterpreter theInterpreter theInterpreter
interpreter InterpreterI J J
001 I have lavc heard that repeRtqd repeHt f so often oftenthat oftenthat oftenthat
that if it was a a song J would vouldslng sing it to toyou toyou toyou
you i iThey
youThe They The were accompanied tovthe to the he scaf scaffold scafCoM scatfold ¬
fold by Father Quetu The nten knelt knelton knelton knelton
on the trap and repeated a prayer prayerafter pra prayerafter er erafter
after the priest The trap was waFj vasi sprung sprungat
I at 1120 oclock and In Inten ten minptes mfn ites and andfortyfive andfortyfive V Vfortyfive
fortyfive seconds life was mlnttP declprca decl rc ex extinct txtinct oxtinet ¬
tinct Hidalgos neck WaR d daloeeted daloeetedand Ioeated Ioeatedand lo ted tedand
and he died without Wlth ut n strugg > Ren Renterals Renterals Henterais
terals body twitched several minutes iminuteadeath minutesdeath nlnut nlnutdeath
death occurring from stranigulation stranigulationThe tran gulation gulationThe
The execution was witnessed by 200 200people 200people OO OOpeople
people peopleFEDERAL peopleFEDERAL peopleFEDERAL
FEDERAL COMMISSION TO TOSTUDY TOSTUDY TOSTUDY
STUDY OPIUM PIUM CONDITIONS CONDITIONSManila
Manila Aug 1 111a 111 11 JL m mA An an out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come of the late outcry omclYand and attempted attemptedlegislation attemptedleglsJotlo attemptedlegislation
legislation njrainst 1 lnst the growing tlft use of ofopium ofopium ofopium
opium by Filipinos the United States Statescommission Statesconnnlufon Statescothinision
commission today appointed the fol following followlns oh ohlowing ¬
lowing commission fon to cct e t as the federal federalmembers flleralmembers federaimembers
members In the tl1 approaching investiga investigation ¬
tion Major Surgeon 11 c Carter com commissioner commlsslon ¬ I Imissioner
missioner r of the pUblic health for the thePhilippines thtPhilippines thePhilippines >
Philippines Episcopal I Bishop Brent Brentand Brentl1d Brentand
and l1d Dr Albert The commission Jmml 8lon is di directed Itrected 11rooted ¬
rected to study st dy opium ocndttiona in Ja Japan Japan Scpan ¬
pan China blnR Singapore ntlr8or and Burma Burmaband Burmahand u uand
and wlU be b required requlr to make a report reportwithin rCjortwithin rcrnrtwithin
within four months monthsTHREE montbTHREE monthsTHREE
o a
THREE TRAMPS BURNED BURNEDTO BURNEDTO
TO DEATH DEATJIW IN COLLISION COLLISIONNeedles COLliSIONNeedles COLLISIONNeedies
Needles Cal July iLThe L The Santa Fe Felimited Felimited j jJlmlted
limited trains Nos No S and4 met head headon hendon headon
on at Mellen eleven miles oast es of here heroat hereat hereat
at 446 oclock this tbl mw morning ln Both IJoth en engines englnes ¬ i
> gines In were wrecked and the th composite compositecar i icar
car of the westbound train was wasburned wasburnro wasburned
burned The trahlnrew tra ma escaped scape injury injuryThree injuryThree I
Three tramps were ere killed end nd their theirbodies theirbodies I Ibodies
bodies burned Chi dnp of the tramps was wasAlbert wasAibert I IAlbert
Albert D Shepler who was on his way wayto wayto I Ito
to Los Angles An e The crew ere of No > No fo 3 ad admit isamit ¬ I Imlt
mit that they hey misread thelr orders ordersNone ordersNone I INone
None qf Use passengers was W hurt hurtCOLONEL hurtc hurtCOLONBL
c 0 0OOLONEL
COLONEL AF AI A F BOCE nOOKWELLDEAD nOOKWELLDEADParis ROOEWELL TELL DEAD DEADParis DEADPerle
Paris July SL 3LThe The Eurapeta EU eAn edi edition edltlon ediion ¬
ion of 0 the NAw w York Y ort Herald r81ft an announcealthe announces announceathe
nouncealthe nounces the fleah d ttf f Lteuteaant Lteut Lte tejant Hnt Colo Colonel Coltnd ¬
I nel nd Almon F Rockwell US U S A A re retired reUred retired ¬
tired f 1
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UNtONI UNONRAFTEWSIONC GRAfTER S LONG TERM TERMa TERMLawrenceMurphy
LawrenceMurphy a r n j M 2Se Sentenced ence For Embezzling mbe zli g U Union o2
one lmostCollapseitl While hllethetJufg hllethetJufgWas theJude theJudeV
V Was T Talking lking V
VTEW 1Ert YORK July 31 31Lawrence 31Lawrencel1urph Lawrence
NEW 1 1 N Murphy former treasurer treas rer of the theJourneymen theJourneynien theJourneynien
Journeynien Stonecuttersunlon Stonecuttersunlonwho Stonecutters Bunion Bunionwho
who wasarrested was arrested last December Decembercharged Decembercharged Decambercharged
charged with embezzling 12000 from fromthe fromthe rom romthe
the organization and convicted c last lastMonday lastI lastMnday
Monday I nday of grand larceny was today todaysentenced todfitsentenced todaysentenced
sentenced to five years cars and six slxmonths slxmonthsIn months monthsin
in states prison prisonThe prIsonThe prisonThe
The prisoners counsel asked for forclemency Corclemency forclemency
clemency for his client but the judge judgescored judgescored judgescored
scored the prisoner severely saying sayingthat sajzmgthat m ing ingthat
that he had spent the fUI unds s of the theunion theunion theunion
union In riotous living and that his histotal hlstotal histotal
total stealings amounted to 27000C In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the course of his remarks remarkshe he hesald said saidI
1 have a letter from John JohnlntcheU JohnlntcheUIn Mitchell Mitchellin
in which he h states that part of the themoney themone themoney
money mone embezzled by Murphy l1url y was paid paidin paidIn I
in by b workingmen who belonged to the thesociety thesociety
society socfet to be contributed to the th strike strikefund atlikefund tvikhfund I
fund of the miners in Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaThis PeznsylvaniaThis
This defendant received a large sumof sum sumof
of money from men who worked by the thesweat thesweat thesweat I
sweat of their brows to earn an hon honRYAN hoimRYAN
RYAN NEEDED TYING TYINGPeddler
Peddler Mrs Hodge Says Asked Askedto
to Be Bound BoundNew New Version Versionof I Iof
of the Murder MurderSpecial MurderSpecial MurderSpecial
Special to The Henjld HenjldOmaha I1erld I1erldOmaha
Omaha Neb July 31 nMrs Mrs Aurara Auraraiiodgb AiQlfa AiQlfaJiodg Agaflodgi
iiodgb confessed nurderess mtJrder 8 of Tfie Uesrectacle Tfiespectacle fle flesrectaele
spectacle peddler named naml d Ryan near npur Salt SaltLake S4tLake J Jlake
Lake City Cit is in jail here enrdute en rOOtO from fromGrand fromGrand fromGrand
Grand Rajllds Mich where shewas shewasarrested she was wasarrested as asarrested
arrested to Suit Lake in charge of ofSheriff otSheriff o oSheriff
Sheriff C Frank Emery Af Mrs s Hedge Hodgexplains Hod Hedgeexplains 8 8explolns
explains hqw and why she killed Ryan RyanThey RyanThey RyanThey
They were OVO traveling together through throughthe throu h hthe
the country in a covered wagon waost she as ashis ashis ashis
his assistant bookkeeper when Ryan Ryanwas Jl Ryanwas an anwas
was found dead near mca the wagon h hwas ie iewas e ewag
was bound hand and foot end nd h his hispockets hiII hiIIpockeL hIspockets
pockets < were empty Mrs lodge says saysthat auathat Y Ythat
that before the tragedy trn y occurred Ry lysn lysnat yn ynat n nat
at his own request or suggestion suSSUonbound ova ovahound U Ubound
bound hand and foot try b her to Insure Insureagainst i imisureagainst ure ureagainst
against any danger ol his hi assaulting assaultingher
her thatin the night he freed himself himselffrom hlmaelttrom himselffrom
from his bonds and tilartWd tart 5d toward towardher towardsher
her whereupon she became frightened frlgfctaneiland I Iki1lf
and killed ki1lf him She says she then jook jookfrom ook ookfrom
from his pockets 10000kets the money he hew wre4hr wre4hrand per perand herand
and left for lor or the homj or her herJNLren parents at atDenison 1
Denison Ia laMrs IaMrs
Mrs Hodge is > an attractive girl irl of t M Mand Uand iiand
and weighs only 105 lU pounds Jtyan Jtyanweighed jyaftweighed 111 111weighed
weighed more than 2VO pounds poundsNEW
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NEW NEWROUTE NEWROUTEFROM ROUTE FROM FROMOGDEN OGDEN QGDENAdditioal OGDENAdditiohul
Additioal Additional Proc Delivery DeliveryServic ery Service to toCommence toOommence toCommence
Commence Sept 11 11Special 1 1peelal LtSpetel
Special to the Herald HeraldWashinton HeraldVablnton a aWashinnton
Washinton < D C July JUl H 3 lAetthg lAetthgSecretary Acttnjf ActtnjfSecretary AettnrSec
Secretary Sec tanr Ryan today approved the MaSlo MaSlostate Idsitostats o
state selections 6f MO OO acres of lanta 1az for form
m of t tho State university universityAn >
An additional rural free delivery 4e1iV17rGuw 4e1iV17rGuwwns route routewas reuawas
was wtffeMelied t l today out of Qg 11g4n 11g4nITIak n nUtah nUtah
Utah tocommence L COIlUlleOe service September Sf b 1 1The 1Tbf lThe
The new route is twentyone e mlifeg anUMrtJertuc iMtg iMtgnuverhiK la lacayenne
cayenne In > n area of twentytwo t stpe stpemiles Kiuer Kiuermiles
miles servinit a population J of otthere 756 and andthere ud udthpre
there are 160 houses on the rout routThomas rou rouThnnuut out outThomas
Thomas C C Ivervon h IlIn > was today to4 appointed appointedrural appoiitvdrural DP9hjt DP9hjtrllral
rural letter carrier at OKUeH Ode and Uavl0 1JII VI I
1 Taylor was wa named as substitute substituteLYNCHED sus sukstbuteV ut
+ + + + + + + + + 0 + + + + + + +
+ p pLYNOHED I
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+ LYNCHED LYN HED UNKNOWN UNXNPWNNEGR UNXNPWNNEGRAlto NEGRO < + + f fAlto
4 + +
+ Alto Tesl Ten July 31 31An An unf unff un unkn unknown +
+ f known kn Wn nesro negro who insulted some 80 sob soblndie in inlRdloob +
+ f ladles lRdloob by cursing gnd nd ftting flijgtheir JHjJ Into4 Into4f +
+ f their house was lyneihedw 1 1ynehedr6t ncJhe4 eJ rerta + 1 1d 1day
+ d day v V h l > + + i if lp
+ + + + + + + + + f p t + + +
est UvinSc living that they might put honest honestbread h6nest h6nestbreu Imnestbreaa
bread breu 1lnto into the mouths of oCthelr their children childrenTwentyseven childrenTwentyseven
1 Twentyseven thousand dollars is a alarge alarge alarge
large sum sum of money indeed and the theevidence theeidence theevidence
evidence at the trial shows that it1 Itwas Itwasflpent it was wasspent wasspent
spent in riotousliving riotous JivIng and for a trip tripto tripto tripto
to Europe EuropeWhen EuropeVhen EuropeWhen
When thia th judge had finished Murphy Murphyfas Miphywas i lphy lphy1as
was crying bitterly andappearod to be beon beon beoil
on the theerge Verge of collapse collapseMy collapseooly collapseMy
ooly My God he shouted This s swrong 5wr awrong
wrong wr ng Every one of the officers of the theunion theunl theuni6n
union unl n got a share of the money There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was bot hot one that did not have a finger fingerin
in the graft graftJudge graftJUdge V VJudge
Judge Newburger paid no attention attentionto
to the frantic man Murphy wants te tego teo too
go o to Sing Sing at once His attorney attorneywould Rttorneywould attorneywould
would have asked for a certificate of ofreasonable ofreasonable ofreasonable
reasonable doubt so as to take the case caseto caseto caseto
to the court of appeals had it not been beeuthat beenthat beenthat
that Murphy opposed oPJX > sed such a step stepI
I am tired of the Tombs the pris prisdner prlsner prisdner
dner ner said The excitement and shame shameof
of the trial have made me sick and dis dispirited dispirited dieplaited ¬
pirited I want to get away from here hereIn hereIn hereIn
In prison prl on maybe I will hear no more morethings morethlngs morethings
things that are said against me That Thatwilldo Thatwihido Thatwill
willdo will do me m good I need rest restCHASE restCHASE restCHASE
CHASE IS ISABANDONED ISABANDONEDTwelve ABANDONED ABANDONEDTwelve ABANDONEDTwelve
Twelve Escaped California Con Convicts COi1viets Coflvicts ¬
victs Elude Pursuers PursuersThe PursuersTheGuardsmen The TheGuardsmen
Guardsmen Called Home HomePlaoerville HomePlacervilie
Plaoerville Cal July 31 nlwehe Twelve of ofthe ofthe
th the desrate desr rate convicts who emapedfrom escaped escapedfrom
from the Folsom penitentiary are stillat still stillat
at large and todaysdevelopments todays developments In in4Ucate lnvdpate
vdpate pte Ihat the pursuing officers havebteome have havebeVrome
beVrome me weary of their fruitless marchEohlowing search searchFollowing
Following false clews through H rough roughountry rotighcountry roughcountry
country under a hot sun lut has exhaust exhausted ¬
ed both civilians and militia Late toht to toJ3ay
tIll ht Governor Pardee ia issued an order ordrwlthdra orderwithdrawing orderwithdrawing1
withdrawing wlthdra whu the Placerville lOmpanof company companyof
of the National guard from the chaseand chase chaseand
and reports have been received thatJany that thatAany
Aany nrmmht members > I8 of the sheriffs possesdre posses possesare
are d l returning to their homes AH tracept tracepf trace traceof
of the outlaws 8pp appears ars to have bL beenlost been beenlost 4n >
lost and the prospect of their captureIK capture
IK mote inoe remote than everCONVICTS ever everCONVICTS
CONVICTS IN INTWO TWO SQUADS SQUADSSoldiers SQqADS SQTADSSoldiers
Soldiers Said to Be Preparing to toClose toClose
Close In InSacramento InSacnmento InSacramento
Sacramento Cal July 1ul 3IA special t tCl tothe
the Bee from the Folsom state sLa te prison prigonsavs pMlIOnS prisonsoya
savs S the fugitive fu fthe convict are now re reported ft ftortedto reported ¬
ported ortedto to have ha been located in two squads squadsAbout squa squadsabout JI
About six ix or even niilra i iha from Lotus otw >
This information 1t rmIUon comes from the sheriff sheriffafpce
efnce afpce at Auburn and has Just been bee re received rpceh received ¬
ceived ceh bv b Cantaln R J Murphy Th The The4saburn
Atibum office states that a message rne eag wa waJto waeetwd
rfftIwd eetwd from Shelft David Reese > ot the
SILtramento Jto county COnn Poise who had Just Justtmnr justf Just1qne
tmnr f m from the woods announcing that
thtro < te i no doubt the prisoners prttIQ ershae have been b ei
located l tec1 as indicated IndlCltt 1 This rbi is the lora loraCaotaln
tn Entrally which Sheriff Bo quh quhotaln
Caotaln otaln SwMer Swl ler and Captain Murphy
have v contended the fugitives have been
lf I ISV Wacc 11r last t Monday night Sheriff Sheriffecna
Keena ecna and his Demo and the militia w were wereJpng re
JI Jpng 11 to close Io e in on the suspects suspectsprom 8uepetUi1roll1 gp ta
1roll1 prom this noint It is difficult dlffi u1t to com communicate 001lI1unlexte cornmunicate < ¬
municate with Lotus The only mean meannXcommunication mHnlnt meansvtfnommcnlcatlon
nXcommunication nt is by telephone ttlt > pbonc The Theline TheUnf Thehas
line from Lotus to PlaeerviJle Is in the thebands theINmds thejsda
bands jsda of the militia and the posses and andoplv andfrQGW andcap
cap frQGW only be used uec when they do not re reuulro re reoutre
uulro it itThe Itba
The ba Tobner mine > near which the Con Convicts ronviets runvIto ¬
victs are supposed to b bf Is not far from fromthe ruin ruintitn
the mouth of the Webber creek 81t and an in inthat Inthat
that Vlclnltv n deserted cabin stocked stockedwith stockcllwith stockedwith
with provisions ha hat been discovered discoveredyonskjerable dhKoeredtonclderab1e discoveredconsiderable
considerable criticism of the attempt to tocatrhthe tocatih
catrhthe catih tb the escaoes ellla by the aid of the ml mlitia mltM
itia Is Indulged In at Folsom It IK said saidthat sattlnat saidfiat
that everv eVtrvmon move that the th soWlerv makes makesit makestMdd
it Iii nreeedcd bv rx bu bugle le call which is sent sentrnverheratin sentrtwprberatinx
rnverheratin through the foothills and andrtoubtlfts anddoubtl anddoubtless
doubtless doubtl s reaches the pars or thc th escaped escapedo Esca escapedcOpviets d dJII
o cOpviets JII nvlets tll Woods their leader I adr is an ex exsntdier exfcUer exsoldier
soldier and if in wlthn bearing b8rln call < of ofthe ortk ofthe
the tk bus ° 5H > a is In a position to anticipate anticipatefiverv flntltipnttVt1
ever mow mrs made Warden Wilkinson WilkinsonAfp YJktnsoni
n Afp 4he guards sent out from the prison prisonarf prlon1fr prisonr
arf 1fr r ftll l1 came > men and can be depended dependeduoan tIependtdUDIm
to do their best in case of a battle battlewith battleWith battlewith
with the outlaws
100 PEOPLE FALL FALLTHROUGH FALLTHROUGH FALLV FALLTHROUGH
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THROUGH BRIDGE BRIDGEWillamette BRIDGEI BRIDGEWillamette BRIDGEWillamette
I
Willamette Bridge Collapses CollapsesWithFatal CollapsesWith CollapsesWith
WithFatal With Fat Fatal l Results ResultsTHREE ResultsTHREE ResultsTHREE
THREE DEAD DEAb RECOVERED RECOVEREDCROWD RECOVEREDOROWD
+ 0 0CROWD
CROWD WAS WATCHING ABIC ABICiESS ARXLESS ARIttSANSWThL
LESS rrtANSVIM rrtANSVIMi SANSWThLORTLAND 3ffiAK rrtANSVIMPORTLAND SWOL
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0 ORTLAND Ore o July 1 IY 1L 1 1A A section aeettonr
PORTLAND
r r of the brtdnc irhJKMk hie sftaas the WH WHIMuneite WflJIa Wil1smettez9ver
IMuneite aef 1smettez9ver river at Morris street cal colJaj 001J callapsed
Jaj J s sftorUy 1IbOr 7 after 3 oclock o lock this after afternoon lterROO aftersoon ¬
noon ROO precipitating pntdptta K Ulan 100
JiPrt nprt1an pre people peopleforty peopleforty
forty feet Into the water Three people peopleare peopleare peopleare
are known to have been drowned and it itIs itIs itis
Is ftjared ed that tJl t the Met of dead will willmU be bemuch bemuch
much mU h larger when all ae ye accounted
for Many stuck on two small boat boatiOUes
i1 ho iOUes ° moored to a pier l r of the bridge
immediately < under the spot where it ii iijSM
jSM gs m wf way Ab About t twentyfive t ntyftve were in
3UrsH 0 a r either ell er by bYJltrlklng striking on the boat t
houses s or by byta falling lnK timbers Many ny
people fell frum fluQJtle the roofs of otthe the boat
houses bite t the water but dozens jofsmall optsmall opt pfsmall
small oats and 1 1rhousands laijuches hes In Ute vl viCItty
CItty hl t in in
an incredibly short time coat oonlm coatinenced
m inenced nced to pick them up p
Thousa rhousands or people had gathered on
the Mot Mo4rIson risen rI u and 8od Madison MacH oll street
bridge b and along alo alouthe gtke the docks to watch
Carence C ren Lutz an an1lIJ1 kimless e man swim
the itt river which WhichJs is about threeeighths threeeighthsOT
OT a mile in width widthLutz widthLutz widthLutz
Lutz started startedtrom from a boathouse on the thewest thee thewest
west e t side of th river and swam aJll to the
boathouse of the Portland Rowing Ro ng club clubmoored clubmoo clubmoored
moored moo on the east side Just above the heon1eou
Morrison on1eou street bridge As S he was wasclimbing wasiflimblag
climbing 1Jlmbln out o t of the water the crowd crowdrushed crowdruahed crowdrushed
rushed to the south edge of the bridge bridgein
in order to t get g t ii good view A section sectionof
of the passenger walk gave way under underthe underthe underthe
the heavy heav weight and the crowding crowdingstruggling crowdtngstruggling crowdingstruggling
struggling mass of people were carried carrieddown carrieddon carrieddown
down a distance of forty fort feet feetSome feetSome feetSome
Some fell on the two > boathouses boathousesmoored boatltouHSmoored boathousesrnooi
moored rnooi ed under the bridge while others otherswere otberawere otherswere
were precipitated directly into the theriver theriver theriver
river which is about fifteen feet deep deepat deepat deepat
at that point Many fell between the theboathouaes thebo theboathouses
boathouses bo thoWJe forming f > rmlng a pile ten feet high highof highof I h hoC
of struggling men women and children childrenHundreds chl1drenHundreds childrenHundreds
Hundreds of people at the > club house houseof houseof
of the Portland Rowing club men in inboats InboataJtdon inboata
boats boataJtdon and on shore immediately started startedthe strtedthe startedthe 1
the work of rescue Dozens of boats at atthe atthe atthe
the scene soon picked up those strug struggling struggling struggling ¬
gling in the water while the injured injuredwho injuredwho injuredwho
who were clinging clJ ging to the boathouses boathouseswere I
were taken into the club houses and andmedical andmedical andmedical
medical aid summoned summonedEvery SUmmonedEvery summonedEvery
Every ambulance in the city clt several severalfire seeralftre severalre
fire re companies and a large force of po police J1Olice police ¬
lice arrived arrlvedwlthtn within a few minutes and andthose andwith andthose
those with broken arms ms and legs were werehurried werehurried werehurried
hurried to the hospitals hospitalsThe ho pltaJ8The ItO pItaIs V
The news neg of the accident spread withal withalarming with withalarming
alarming al rmlng rapidity and within off thin a few fewminutes fewminutes fewminutes
minutes thousands of people gathered gatheredat t tat
at either end of the t eDrldge bridge anxiously anxiouslyseeking anxJouslyseeJ anxiouslyt400IcIpg
seeking seeJ iN InttrmajBoti iflt r3nUOfl about relatives rel tIv or orfrfsJHfc ort orfride
frfsJHfc t The T e bridge bridgeas waseed F ased and all allk allMaMt allset
MaMt k set et cars stopped In order to prevent preventfapetlton PreYtmtfEPetitron preventK
K fapetlton or r1be the acqMeatrfey eDt1t eDt1tQt arerwfe arerwfeaf wrushotpeaple
J JTheiKidge 1 1Tle
af otpeaple peaitfe V
TheiKidge The bridge IK an old wooden woo n struc structure strucure atruc1ure
ture ure baying been ti built sixteen years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago anahas and bas been eefl considered uneae unstuefor uneaetor uneaefor
for some time although it was not con condemned condemned coodemned ¬
demned The city was as granted au authority authority cuthority ¬
thority by the t legislature legi lature last winter winterto wtntuto
to issue 41 40 400eoo tOO In bonds for the con construction construction coostruetlon ¬
struction of or a steel sttelbridge bridge and the themayor themayor themayor
mayor and city city council are now prepar preparing preparIng preparbig ¬
ing the plansfor plans for the new structure structureThe structureThe structureThe
The present pre ent bridge is I narow and Is un tinable unable unable
able to accommodate the traffic trafficKilled trafficKilled lcXilled
Killed and Injured InjuredAt
At dark tonight two bodies had ha been beenrecovered Oetnrecoered beenrecovered
recovered The TI dead deadMiss deadn dendMiss
Miss n Lottie E ECameron Cameron aged 18 18Tenth 3 3Tenth I ITenth
Tenth and GKean streets streetsEdward stn streetsEdward ts tsEdward
Edward Shauk aged a 12 No o W2 42Sec 42Second Sec Second Second ¬
ond street streetInjured streetI streetInjured
Injured InjuredA I njuledA
A Johnson Piedmont t Mrs G H HRichardson IIRichard HRichardson
Richardson on Beva Richardson RI hardlIOn Ira IraHart IraHart IraHart
Hart Mrs Irs J W V Htfkman fll icman Eva Lucas Lucasof
of Prosser Ore Or face bruised Mary MaryMiller MU7MUter MaryMiller
Miller George Beede legs and tiead tieadbruised imeadbruised d dbruised
bruised Clarence Wells son of J W WWells WVlIs WWells
Wells back broken Mrs W r H Cal Calvan Calvan Calvan
van van Mrs W Anderson badly cruised cruisedThomas crui cruisedThomas ed edThor11S
Thomas Johnson Louis L u18 Harder Hard r Car Carrie Carrie Carrio ¬
rie Harder Alma Harder Edith Har Harder Harder Herder ¬
der Wildred Raymond Lou LouiseThomas Louise LouiseThomas e eThotna
Thomas Carl Mending I > ndlng Mrs KfC KfCRoyace ErcRoyace Effa EffaRoyace
Royace MM Webber Ada Parker Mrs MrsM MrsM MrsM
M J BeU B Bells seriously injured h jur l Maria MariaLinhard 1IiariaLlnhard MariaLinhard
Linhard Mrs H L McCumsey aide aidebadly aidebad sidebadly
badly bad hurt R L McCumsey ey Miss MissKenncolly MiasKenncolly MissKenncolly
Kenncolly Mrs Irs Eugene Raymond Miss Misserlle Mitiserlle Misserlie
erlle Tribou Mrs 118 Mary Tribou Mr Mrs H HJ HJ HJ
J Stanard Amos NJnlnger Ashland AshlandOlive AshlandOll AshlandOllve
Olive Oll Shannon Mrs Brown Frank FrankHayne 1rankHayne rank rankHane
Hayne C R EUlatt Ulatt arms arms and legs legsfractured legsfractured legsfractured
fractured Cart Mintie broken arm armotherwise armotherwitie armotherwise
otherwise badly bruised and aD injured injuredFrank IlrjuredFrank injuredFrank
Frank Love Clifford and Harry Moore Mooresons Mooresong
sons son of Dr Moore Mrs Frank Gllday Glldayand Gilda Gildaand Gildayand
and two children Mrs B BehrensMrs BehrensMis Behrens BehrensMrs
Mrs r F Holdart and two daughters daughtersMinnie daughtelRMInnie daughtersMinnie
Minnie Galloway Gala > wa 13 year old ol hurt in inback Inback inback
back Charles Ray Ra y 12 I years old In Internal 1ntern Internal ¬
ternal 1 injuries Miss Swingleton and andyearold andyearold 5 5yearold
yearold daughter severe bruises ee Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge II IIGeorge
George Puchs back painfully Injured InjuredMrs InJuredMrs InjuredMrs
Mrs Seyler Mrs T O Humphrey N NM NI NM
M D Rose to Mrs J H Littlejohn Mrs MrsA MrsA MrsA
A M r Worrell Mrs MraL lr L L Rose V C CGlidden CGUde1en CGlidden
Glidden badly bruised d Miss 1 1 Rogue RogueNela RogueNel RogueNela
Nela Nel Oakley Olive Fulton Astoria AstoriaMary AstoriaMa AstoriaMary
Mary Ma Murphy A H Beesan Olive OliveSkinner OliveSklnne1 OliveSkinner
Skinner S P Klahn Edward T Hall Hallright Hallright Hallright
right knee injured by timber George GeorgeHarworth GeorgeHarWorth GeorgeHarworth
Harworth right arm broken G B BHartrous BHrtmU80 BHrtznus
Hartrous badly bruised d Mrs listen listenseriously Hstonserlou ltstonseriously
seriously 1y Injured IDjrt Edith Parker D c cDupfcy CDUl1 CDutiby
Dupfcy DUl1 cut about face f8 James Crosby CrosbyBernard CrosbyBernard CrosbyBernard
Bernard Mrs Hicks Carl CarlWells Carlells CarlWells
Wells ells legs and back crushed S H HHaopnyer HHappnyer HHappnyer
Happnyer J Nelson Nel ou Mrs Louse GIl GlidesAlfred GIleles Gilden ¬
desAlfred den Alfred Harding Highland Mrs MrsCoratlHe MrFCorntlUe MrsCornellie
CoratlHe H H Daft DaffL who ho fell with the thedoes thfcrowd thocrowd
crowd and struck AoTflubtnerged scow scowdoes scowdoes
does not remember how he got out outTales outTales outTales
Tales of the Survivors SurvivorsI
I was on V the other ther side of the thebridge thebrldge thebridge
bridge said DaffVwhen it seemed seem d to tome tome tome
me that something omf > thlng was giving way I Icrossed IclOf8ed Icrossed
crossed over into the roadway and andstopped andstopped > nd ndstopped
stopped a moment I can sec very verypoorly verypoorlycnd verypoorly
poorly poorlycnd and when I heard a shout I went wentover Wentover wentover
over to the upper side Here too It Itseemed itseemed itseemed
seemed Insecure and I said People Peoplewe
we had better move back Then I Istarted 1started Istarted
started back It was too late and I Ilanded Ilanded Ilanded
landed on the scow in the river riverAlois riverA101s riverAlols
Alois Horan an attendant at the thePortland thePortland thePortland
Portland Rowing club quarters said saidI saidIwaa
I Iwaa was standing in front of the door doorof doorof doorof
of the boat room watching wat blng Lutz as he hewas hewa hewas
was making his b hi way txcross u r ss the river riverwhen riverwhen riverwhen
when some men came up u > in a skiff skiffThey lkltrThey skIffThey
They were so interested in n the swim swlmirer Rwtmmer swimrner
irer who was then but u few rods off offthat orrthat offthat
that as one of them was stepping on onthe ontht onthe
the platform he carelessly missed his hisfootingand hisfooUngand hisfoottngand
footingand fell overboard In getting gettinginto gettingInto gettingInto
into the boat andther was as pushed over overboard overboard ¬
board This attracted the attention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the crowd that was standing on the thebridge tbebridge thebridge
bridge There wsje w a good deal of oflaughing oflaughing ofleughing
laughing and pushing among the people peoplewho peoplewho peoplewho
who were on the end of the bridge close closeto closeto closeto
to the th b eatf house b until the boys were werefOontlmifed weretontlDu wereItontlnued >
fOontlmifed d on Pace Two
INDICTMENTS INDICTMENTSARE INDICTMENTSV INDICTMENTSAREPIUN V
ARE AREPIUN P1LIN9UP P1LIN9UPFour PILING GIUP GIUPFour UP UPFour
Four More Bills Returned Against AgainstAugust AgaJnstAugust AgilastAugust
August W Machen MachenMANY MachenMANY MachenMANY
MANY MANYORDEB OTHERS OTHERSORDERS IMPLlC Am AmI AmORDERS
I
ORDERS ISSUED POB nOflBDIATE nOflBDIATEARUBST DDmDIAT1tARRaST IBDIATBaBBSTE
ARUBST ARUBSTASHINGTON ARRaSTtI7 aBBSTEe
e V
tI7 T7 ASHINGTON Jury ul7 a aIThe aIThey 1TheY The feJlK feJlKj
y j J seal grand jury which has hasconaklertng JMML JMMLconsidering be becOnsidering
considering evidence of the theo sui suiollice M Moffice
office investigation today returnedis returnedisdictments returned retulnEddlctments returneddictments
dictments against the following Av Avgust A At AUgust >
gust t W Machem formerly torin rly general ceneralperlntendent su superintendent r rperintendent ¬
perintendent of the free delivery J TCupper A ACupper ACupper
Cupper mayor or Lockhaven Pa W WC WC WC
C Long of this city William A Craw Crawford Crawforo Crawford ¬
ford also al of this city George E Lor Lorenz rtnx 1iens
enz and Martha Lorenx his wife of ofToledo OfToledo C CToledo
Toledo 0 Maurice Runkle of New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York city Thomas Tho W VXcGre V McGregor or for formerly toImerl foemerly ¬
merly merl chief of the supply division OC Ofthe OCUte oCthe
the rural free delivery service and Le Leopold Leopolcl Luopold ¬
opold J Stern of Baltimore With Vlthtb Vlthtbexception the thsexception theexception
exception of Crawford all of the above aboveare aMvare aboveare
are indicted for conspiracy The tat tatdictment ia iadlctment Iadictatent
dictment against t Crawford is for farpre farpreenting pre presenting Pasenting ¬
senting a false tal e claim against the theernment gov government goiernment ¬
ernment V VArrest
Arrest t Ordered OrderedLong OrderedLong OrderedLong
Long and Cupper atoo are indictee Indl sep separatelV asparateIi p parateh
aratelV for bribery Orders for the tilerest therest ar arrest ¬
rest of all the t parties were Immediately Immlat ImmlatIIImIM
Issued This batch of indictment IndletmEntanot dees deesnot deasnot
not end t nd the cases before bt fore the grand nd jury jsar jsartlmer
Other tlmer matters resulting from the postal postaliavestteutlon postaliuestigutlon
iavestteutlon are pending before Mfortltbat that
body which may result re uJt in indictnMntit indictnMntitaminst Indict IndictallUlt Indleteatsagainst
against other parties in the near fiitmrn fiitmrnFVur futaNFtur I utuseFtur
Ftur of the indictments named Macben MacbentoSntlv la laiointb MacbeaIolntlv
toSntlv with Ith others oth n Machen Cupper eup Cupperaho CupperahoLour r and andLonr aDdl
Lour l na are named jointly in one indict IndletmerIt indictmejit indictment ¬
merIt for violation of the it nsnlracy conspiracy > sec section 8eCtIn seetIn ¬
tIn of th the revised statutes The indict indictment i IndictMont dlct dlctlfKont ¬
Mont act sets out that between betw July 1 1ad T Taul 1D7 1D7aid
aid Julv 1 1MI Cupper induced Slacken Slackento
to nyc = him Cupper the contract l for
futJ furnittnine Mhln nratenals for and employ employaiont emploJ1tnt employmont
mont in the painting of letter boxes boxesoacteKt boseoaru bossenaekas
oacteKt oaru bcxes OC and posts and that thatDel CM CMoer CUnor
Del naintcd oaint < d these th boxtes bo in Reading Al Albanv
banv Sorartott rarton and many other dUos dttesthroughout dathrouchJut dUosthroushout
throughout the country and in adJdMsm adJdMsmoainted addltleaoaintod addZtiSnainted
oainted 177T1 boxes at the box factory fac M MClcvtland JaCIH1and
Clcvtland 0 Cupper up r pay payt paying In a Maehcn Maehcncommission a aoommlsalon acommission
commission of ten cents on boxes boxes Loaf Loafaciine LoIIIracllnE Loegacting
acting as Intermediary IntermediarySterns InterrnedlalSterns InternmediarvSterns
Sterns Graft GraftAnother GraftAnother V
Another indictment against Stem StemLonr 5taLonc
Lone entered Into a contract to toJUon furoistt furoisttlation furDlation
lation of the same statute statutEchargM charges thai thaiLOUR tLon thatLong
LOUR Lon enered Into a contract to f fto turelsit turelsitto
to be supplied In each case caseletter wfta wftaletter a aleU
letter leU carriers and collectors satchels for fortnn f ftho fortan
tan free delivery service the th satdMls satdMlsshoulder satcllelllhoudel satchelsshoulder
shoulder strap The cost of aeh of these thesecontract uect theestraun
straun ty Stern In cciylng with his hiscontract
ct C 1m i d1 d1nt
i
contract would amount to twentyfive twentyfivecentM twentytivt twentytivttents w
tents nt The indictment charges that thatMachen tbaao thatMachen
Machen In his official 1a capacity to pro procure IWOrule ¬
ao w = 1atCatCCI tCatCCI tCatCCIs tCatCCItM
cure shoulder straws at the expense s ot otih otthe
ih tM United States Stt 9f and deliver the same sameto sameto sameto
to Stern to be used by the latter in tae taeiKrformance torfonnanee tieiwrfocmanee
iKrformance of his contraet in orddr orddrthat ord ordtMt ordthat
that Stern might save twentyfive cents centson lenhloa centisOR
on each ea h satchel delivered to the United UnitedStates LnltEoiSUItes UnItedStates
States It further charges that notwith notwithstanding notwlthIng notwithstaading
standing Ing the furnishing ofaneh shoulder shoulderUnited sbouldty shoulderstrep
strep by y tiIao United State Stern was waste waSte
te chargethe tiIe full cntrct < price for each eahatdlel eachsatchel aoh aohsatchel
satchel furnished nlllked try y hiss andtbat a por portion pordoll pertion ¬
tion of the savin saving vlD < to Stern should be re retained r rtained retamed ¬
tained by y him and the residue paid to toLone toLeII tosig
Lone sig to be divided between Long and andM andMachen
M tacnen caen Various overt act acts of Mtuh 1I11hOn 1I11hOn1MI8h 3jachinV n nstieh
V stieh a tb t the pro procuring urlAi ot purchases tut tutfttfe
be lted uteo fttfe of shoulder ulder ftra ftrans sir sirhd 8
Dd hd tile delivery of them to Stem to toV be beu
V ns u d in this way are recited Stern Sternalleged SterRalefed is isalleged
alleged to have presented Mils to topoetoftlce I Ipoetoffice lbs lbspoetoffice
poetoffice department without redS rednestasior r ror
or allowance for these shoulder 8boulderan shoulderand Straw Strawand
and an certain overt acts of Long Lo hi hireceiving Inreceiving OM OMreceiving
receiving of o money from Stem and ia iathe I Ithe Isthe
the furtherance of the conspiracy are arecited re recited iscited ¬
citedCl cited Clearly Cl arly a Steal StealA V VC1ariy
A third itrfictment iL lctment jointly names WB WBhnu W W1Iuu WItiasu
hnu Gordon Crawford wtil known knowcaalh so soCIliV o ocmllv
cmllv in this city t August W Macftwa MacftwaGcorsre IfW Mach Machltrse
Gcorsre fW < tr E Lorenz and his wife Martha MartkaI
I Lorons both of Toledo 0 for f con conspiracy COIts conspiracy ¬
spiracy s Lorenz was formerly an official officialot
of the oosioCflce DO department Crawford Crawfordrtnresentcd CrawfordtfntestIJtccl Crawfordcc
rtnresentcd cc the oostal d dP detlee vice lce and lock lockcomuanv lockCOtnUAnT lockcomusny
comuanv which wbl h received the contract for torfurntrhicir forurrnihI forfurnishing
furnishing certain of the letter carriers carrierssatchels carrtenet carrierssatchels
et satchels K ls The contract called for m shoal ahoula shoalaliens
a < r aliens IUNI for the satchels which tbe tbeiftdicUaent tbendtclmel1t theadIctnient
iftdicUaent charges char were never n ve furnished furnishedbv
bv t the th contractor being supplied in instead III IIIstead Instead ¬
stead hr tbe United States Stat under Ma Maebfns KaCbn Maehens
ebfns Cbn orders although the contractor contractoroecelved contrleti contractorusceived
oecelved i lved the pay for them For tide sCOll sCOllCt con concession concession ¬
cession it is charged char fd that Crawford paid paidtp paIfIfachen
tp Machtn through Lorens about thirty thirtyper tbhot tbhotpP thirtyper
per cent ci the th amount received from the tbegovernment t1lilaovcrnment thexovernznent
government The company it is said saidhas udhaf saidhas
has received since July IMS and up to totbe tothe tothe
the nres present ut aU ibout > ut 1 1600fJm lOsjO < 0 from th tM r rw rwem1ltEnt fivernment v vernment
ernment for these satchels Of Ofamount tin tinamount th thamount
amount It is changed that Cr C Czawtsrd twfwrd wrrdthe paw pawthe paidthe
the Lorenzes 7000 and thta the latter tetterdlvldtnl JalterdtvldHI latterdivided
divided that amount with Machen L Tlte TlteFtst IIIiece TheFoatal
Ftst Foatal j1 Trvice I ce e and Lock company y yar to toNew a aNew
New < Jrstv coporatk to 0 oratkn ra > n and = P its ntsrn ntsrnr mas maslers
lers > r ar are HMntlv iio StIv New York people JMOPiefra but butCraxfcrd butCraafcrd
Craxfcrd fra fcrd has ha been n its manager and at attorn Uttornv t ttorn
torn tornv v in this city < and has a a had entire entirechArcc enticb en enebarre
chArcc cb rJ of its i iHi buelnees lnti ine 3 here No oae onein else elsein eIIeIn
in the comtwny is implicated InplicatedJointly Imp1icatedJointly implicatedrointly
Jointly Indicted IndictedMaurce IndictedXatJre IndictedMaurce
Maurce Runkel of New York YorkTbom CUjr CUjrThomas h7 h7Thomas
Thomas Tbom s W McGregor formerly tn charge chargeof eharsof h
of 0 the suupUts 8UPpU for the rural free delivery deliveryservice delhfItyCerviC4 dellvC dellvCservice
service > and recently indicted in BaIt Baltimore BaItnur Bal Balmore ¬
more nude another charge and August AugustV
V Aachen af tn are named Jointly In another anotherIrdUtment anotherindk > r rIrdl
IrdUtment Irdl < tmeDt for a similar transaction It Itla ItIR Itis
la charged charllt d that Runkel iiMelv receIved d payment paymentfor
for Jhourtor straps which he failed tu tufurnish tuurnih tofurnish
furnish with w itb carriers satchels t a tchels as te teoulrjJ r zeouIr E EI
oulr oulrjJ under the specifications spedrh tiolUl and that thatihe thatlh thatihe
ihe lh T isotoffiec iofflre i department furnished th thstraps th8tra thstrans
I straps 8tra for 1 wnich the contractor < was paid paidKor paidt paidthis
Kor t ur this tlrl concession thfe th indictci indictment lf1Dt Dt al alleges al1tIrCs atieres ¬
leges that Runkel paid sums to Machen Machenanrt Machnanrl Machenand
and McfieKor aggregating R lItating about 2OW 2OWt OO OOto Uoulto
t to Machen and gj K JO > to McGreror McGrerorJohn McGresorJehn McGregorJtzhn
John T 1 Cpper > r mayor of o Lockha Loekhan Loekhaanfa nv
Pa Is L erueed du ned t d in a separate Indictment Indictmentith Jndktl Indictmentwith nt ntith
with ith liayinc ayill Machen a bribe of 180 SO SOAugust Ir IrAuirust r rAu
August Au st 19ii 1iM Loot is indicted separat separatizy separatizyfH iy iyfur y yfon
fur navinc a bribe both these th e brlber brlberases brlbeaS bribay bribaycases >
cases < being bein iu the same transaction traa actione in involved Inin invnvtl ¬
volved in tt UW conspiracy < indictment indictmentCrMforii Indlctm 1edIctmtsrwforI t5 t5wori
CrMforii wori wa wg separately Indicted for forrros4 trrr forrrcs1ttne
rros4 rr rrcs1ttne riinir n false c calm aim for satcbeu 8cbetchl l 5y 5yehirging > y ychirjdnjr
chirjdnjr chl n the > Kovcnment Jovc nment and andntv recei 1PCf1ng 1PCf1ngDU ng ngD
D DU herefor fr sfcoulder r ulder straps never neversucplifcl mnruvplitd nvversupplied
supplied bv him himCrawford tinlrawford tinsCrawford
Crawford came me Into court voluntarily voluntarilythin
thin afternoon and was released r1 on J10 J10noo 10
noo bond Lone was broufcht In on onbt a abench abench
bench bt n h warrant Arrangements for his hisbail hibali hisbali
bali Ore re now being beln made madeOfficial madeOfficial madeOfficial
Official Statement of Oases OasesThe Oa OasesThe es esThe
The nofttoffice department today loda made madeoublic mhieDubHe mtdenubiie
oublic the following official statement atat mcnt ut utthe ufthe ofthe
the cases casesIn caehln casesIn
hln In ISM 1 the department through the thefnc thefn theccc
fnc ccc deliver division entered into a colt colttract < t > u utract Utract
tract with the Postal Device and andeoznnanv lok lokconananv Iolkmoan
conananv moan for tht purchase of carrter carrtersmchelB earrterstRche carrterstachels
smchelB > 1s for a period rx rJod of tour years Tin Tinmanager TIJtmanaCfr Tbmananer
manager of this company with whom whomall whonialt vhoniall
all neeutiatluns neRutta lions were conducted ontl ucted was wasG IV IVI V VJ
G < J Crawford t r wfo = d of Washington d D C Tit Tlieatchels Titcatht TIeateheis
eatchels > l wore to be made de of a coated can canvass Ianau ta n nass ¬
vass au called ueiiamoid instead Inst of leather leathera
a ROC formerly Tbe specificatIons of if thiS ttuscontract thiScontract tOiscontract
contract reaulrwd tb the contractor to lur lurnifib t turslab ur urnJRh
slab straps the some aam as In the Stern con contract IOUtra coontract ¬
tract tra t George E Lorenz of Toledo Tol made madea
a contract with Mr Crawford represen representative represezitatfve r eu eutattve ¬
tative of th Postal Device Dei and u Lck Lckcotnoanv k kcomoanv
comoanv to aid him in securing securingthe the th eon eontract t011trart contract
tract and to to furnish the straps for or a asnecfic asr asrectfic
snecfic sr dfk amount per satchel tchel Pursuant tu tuthis t tthis tothis
this agreement which was alS a clande5tin clande5tinaereement c1anlt clsnIestinagreement < tin tinalilrefmtnt
agreement aud not a matter of record iu iuth inth iiithe
th the detMtrtment every ery time the Fostui FostuiDevice PostaJf PostiDevice
Device Jf vlce and Lock company mpany waa a paid paidj fu fuR u ua >
j a suDDlv fluu lv of satchels > l remittanct was wasI wasmade wasmade
I made bv the company < to bergs E 0 lor lorcnx 111nz l0iens
cnx nz for bbl uart in the onaiienfati onaiienfatiMr owlenutizMr
Mr r herons however did li < not furnish furnishthe iurnbhthe turnishthe
the straps They The were ert furnished tl > by th thdenertment t11O t11OdcmartJneont timdeoartnment
denertment through thr uldl Machen and paid paidfor lai1for Palsifor
for bv the department II < partmfnt Crawford there therefor thertfore therefore ¬
for fore nald Lorenz for r tlw tliStrzps trnps which whichtbe WhIC1the hl hlt <
the t oVoartment furnished and I Lorenz Iorfnzto orenz orenzI
I to show Rho his hl aoorectotkm of tIa MaChens MaChensHberalltv aChens aChensliberality hen henliberalltv
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