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S sMK I CITY SATTEDA SATIBDAY Y JULy 16 1904 ew Tor k kt
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< Ha Harriman rriman riman Wins a Point Against AgainstPresident AgainstPresidentH AgainstPresident
President Hill HTILANt HillAN ll llt4
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ f New York Y < rk July l 1At At the office o oce oceof leeor + 4r
+ r of the Northern Securities com comf eoIDJMJ1y cornTy +
+ f nany Ty in I U this city dt it was said td that tllattretiid thatsident +
+ president tretiid sident nt Hill would oold not say any a7 a7fhing iaytbng +
4 + thing on the th subject until at atlifter t least Iettter + f
+ a lifter er he had read the judges de decIsIon decIson 4 44chflon +
4chflon + cIsIon cIsIonRepre1lentatiyes cIsonRepresentativeM +
+ Representatives of J P Morgan M0rgnCo D DCo +
4 Co and K K H Harriman said saidthey ealdthey +
4 they did nt care are to discuss the tiledecision tbedecision 4 +
4 decision until their attorneys a had hadread iadread 4 +
4 + read it in full It as said at Mr Mrld 4 44i
4i 1 Morgans ld ns office however that an 4 9ajagaI
4 appeal 1 would be taken takenTRE takeilRTOX 4 4RENTON +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
RENTON TJX N J 1 July 15 1IJudge 1IJudgeDr Judge JudgeI
TRE I I Bradford Dr idford < today granted a prelim preliminary prelimInary prelimmary ¬
inary Injunctiini in the suit uit brought broughtby broughtby broughtby
by Edward H Harriman Winelow S SPtwce 8te SPktee
Ptwce te and others lth rs to restrain the pro proponed propr propid ¬
poned pro pr rata distribution of the as asset as assetl a asets ¬
set sets of th the < Northern Securities ei2rlt1e urjti com company comPD cornpsEy ¬
pany PD This Thi is a drf drfcat u of > f the Hiil in interests Inteftst intersts ¬
terests The opinion is fifty type typewritten ty tyrittn typerfttri ¬
written rittn pages in Iei lelgt IeighTh h hTh hTh
Th decision of Juiljre JuJ e Bradford does doesnojt doesgo doesnoI
nojt di1flO iispose f of the main ma 111 points oints at issue issuei
i th tw < af at = e which utre trt rr whether or not notarim notarnn notand
arim arnn u and Pieno Pier ri ould nave re rethem renIll reulT
ulT nIll i them the tk of f the Nrth Northirrii NrthJi
irrii Ji Iiciiii l company which they put putIrtti put1rti
Irtti 1 t the t hi Northern Xorthf > rn S curii < ijritifs ltrit i company companyjt com any anybHh
jt k > i v hethcr bHh r they should t shout have dstrib dstribid di ditribI trib
I id 1 1 tu II them the SUKK of both both the theNoVrfhtrn theNI theNothru
NoVrfhtrn NI htrn Securities company or orv orhet
3 v hefWr her > r they should have distributed distributedto
J to t them the th stock trO < k cf < > f both the Northern NorthernFacUk NorthernFacIflc orthernFad
Fad < and n Great Northern Oothf > rn companies companiesccrarany cotapaniesn ompan es esn
n tJ1F pr rn ta t bn bai i proi provided tor by bye bythe
the e drors dl tots of tbe th Northern SecurIties SecurItiesCOIDIi1iY Securitiesi SecuritiesInjunction
i ccrarany
Injunction Nowssarj NowssarjJug N NcearyJu ece ary aryJug
Ju Jug g > Bradford devotes most of his hisoptoi Idsopini hisopini
opini i to the discussion dic OO of a legal JecaIqUell ieaique legalquestii
qUell questii t lll i i as to whether whet he r he should grant granta t ta
a pi pljl > Uniinary tl nar injunction iujuiv tiU and he taker takeathe takerthe tak takthe
the r itioii jt on that as a long as utlaerets utlaeretsany avthere there Is Isany isany
any d < 1 uibt in the case ca t and no injury injurycan
can 311 < iniv In to t the complainants a pre preliminary prelmi1 pre1Irntiiv ¬
lmi1 liminary > a I injunction would 0111 be granted grantedJle grantedHr grantedH4
Jle H4 > says sa < a further that the failure to togram tograrl togrart
gram t a preliminary injunction wovld wovldpernii 1nMIIcIernl woidpernii
pernii ernl ibe JP distribution of f the stock in inthe Inthe n nthe
the NfiJrtrn fri h rn Paclftc company td t which whichHarriniiii whlcbHarrirl1 whichHarr
Harriniiii Harr ni I and a i id Pierce claim ci at rn title title and andput andput andUt
put Ut ihe 1 th h complabiants in a position positionwhere petlitlonwhere pOsiUOnthere
where th 1 ihy h v would ould be b unable to acre aecnrerelief iIeC8IerPllef acrerelief
relief t < I which hieh they v were ere entitled entitledehouM eatitkdshoUl entitledthoulrl
ehouM th > vase ase be dfcided tl cide in their fa favor
vor or on II iiml hearing hearingEntitled hfarlngEntitled 0 0I
I Entitled to Benefit 1Jen fit of Doubt DoubtThe Doubtne DoubtTlit
The judge > also said ai that a prelim preliminary prelimthaT ¬
0 inary thaT iijniii lion should only be refused refusedwhere refusedwh
0 wh whe where it vi l absolutely ab dutely positive po itiv that thatthe thatthe thtthe
the i Miirlaiaants mpltia 1ls tould not win the therase the3Je
00 rase 3Je v > hii it i t came a lIIW n to a final bearing bearingTbe MariniT bearingThe
The T ccmplainents flIaiflaflt5 were entitled he heraid heFaid heraid
raid to tjnefits trt ts of f every reasonabie reasonabiedoubt TeaS nable nabledoubt
00 doubt as a Ia to I th t h d disposition pogiUon of the case casetvher I Iwhet
whet ii i should > ul1 come up on final hear hearing hearI ¬ I Ilng
I 0 trig and h intimated that it was not notalways liotalways I IalwSty
always ii k > y to U anticipate a judicial judicialdecision jUdi Judliialdoeltin 1al 1aldec <
decision dec ion rven r tn en when all the facts had hadbeen hadbefn
0 been pr entd 1 It the present case casehe casebe casebe
be ftaud fat 1 thre wer a number of ofpoints of1Oint ofE
E points upon which jch it wouldbe would be neces necespary ne neces5uI37 < es i iary
pary for or the presentation lr foniation of more evi eviden
00 den < than tlia is now no before the court courtInjunction courtInjunction courtInjunction
Injunction NOL No Injurious InjuriousJuitr InjuriousJuic 1 1Judi 0
Juitr Bradford i disusIng clis uglng thr ad advisability adi adiahi1ty ¬
visability i rIiliTY II < f urantiiiK Jrant i A preliininary Irelilt inary in 1
0 Juhction 11 said < Iid that u uh < h an injunction iDjunctionou
would ou I iiot t nterfer ntf > rfer with the operation operationrjf ion ionof
0 of eihi hI ailroad r would Ould It be to tojuri mjuri Inuri
juri uri s to 1 the t hp pubH He said id it might migltthe
0 1 he > c cnllHd Tittnii d that th t tv t injunction inJ nctioB would wouldlute wouldnteft1
I lute nteft1 f Vrc with ith the l snribotion of divi divilmb dlviri
den lmb < L on > n the t Iw stock sto < k > the Northern N rthern 8e 8euritj Be Be1rii
0 < uritj Company npany < r at least on a part partvf partof rt rttf
vf of tha thastoek tock but tIt Ut tit it was within th thc the tJaeour theeur
c eur our uris fo power to n nuift rc mre bonds bon to pro protect protpct ao aoj ¬
j tect any an stockholders S tockhoId s from any possi posetble
ble Bosses Judge B141ford Brri tord in his de dei doCi5i4n
rifiQn i cjn do dlp dos s not n t pra prQjdet provi1 ide for the form of ofa ofa
0 a dte cen ree > e and asks a Q thata tha form be sub submit sultn1it subnitet ¬
mit n1it nitet to < i < to him himFollowed himJ himFollowed
Followed Preoainnt PreoainntIn
I In granting a prelimnary prw > iminary injunction inJunction Injunctionhe
ihe ih he judc jud has folk lolk1 > v i practically the thejiollcy tbenUcy
00 jiollcy nUcy that controlll J Judge Kilpat Kilpatrick Kilpattick
rick whn Iiii the latter srantod an injunc Injunction Injunclion
lion restraining r the ivnnsyhrania Rail RailA
A ruad < onit 1Iany iny from taking takin down the theaIIl I
0 0 jolfK ami wires of th to Western estern Union i iT
Tolesraph T lerajlh company v hen she company i iIJad
liad been ht n ordered nr ered to t r r move those poles polesiinj polesilnJ polesJ
iinj J t ins from the railroad iiro companys companysT companysTTPrt companyTrrty
T TTPrt > r p < > rty The point then thn as If now was wastlirt w wtht wastht
tht uiii a prei flreLni rJreininxy ninory Injunction 1aJunctioa11a1
ha 11a1 hrn h ii granted th relief yJl sought soughtf
f 0 uK ul j t be obtaiii obtai even though a
0 d d0tifl i d ion might be ited in favor of ofthe
0 the ffl oinplniant 01 ne > final bearing bearing7n 1
7n th present JIf tnt cas a Harriman HaITi and
0 Fierce > ar asking a king f fr r the return retamor of the theparticular the1utkula theparticular
particular l stock of the Northern Noyjbe Pa Parifle j IiflC
rifle iflC Railway 0
company which they put
0 into i th ho ombination < If the pro rata
distribution were not to tf t be enjoined o1aDd and
Ilarriinan Hatri m a ti and a ud iPiert iPfre would win in on o the j
T final hearing hsari ug the particular plutkular8tock stock which
0 they are ar suing to rcover would woui 01IJd al aI ¬
ready rad ie I + distributed and their victory vIcto
would ould bt a barren one oneQuestion Oil OilQuestion OiIQuestion
Question of Title TitleThe TitJeTM T1tI
0 The litigation I it igat ion turned largely on the theluestiun
question as to the tick t tPailfi he Northern
Parffic stock which hleh E II II Harriman Harrimanand Hantmanand Rarrtnzanand
and Rinsl n Iw w Si SpeYEr eyf r put U jnto nto the com i ibination
bination and which amou anwntEd ted to t abmi bOll i i
79600000 The ont o of tj
Northern Securities < omiy < 4fl1 Iy was that
the stock had become h ab a abinlut olut olutproperty nlutpro
0 property pro rty of If that compai tnd that it itwas itwas ittas
was perfectly legal for r > Northern XorbtluritifS Nor hc ri riecurities
Securities uritifS < company J1 to t <
ry out II IIpro th thpro >
pro rata plan of distn strdltil1 ustion ui UliWhkJt > i
which the th ompany had hadu Lrett t
0 ront i Irtman r i
riman contended eoutf > ndfl that b by > >
am lln i o th thcorporation thcorporatiol1 thCorporation
corporation being doclan dedartoi i illegal aJ ly i
the United States supremt court tith tithlai tithtai i
hai tai not been n passed from p Harriman Harrimanand j I
0 and Spey Speyer eyer r and hi con DSitnce erHnre they I
0 fere 0ere entitled to have retun Mun1 1 to them
0 the th particular stock they the h h hei j put int into j 0
the combination and which bkh involved involvedrcmtrol involvedlItrol I
rcmtrol lItrol of the Northern Pacific com I Ilany I
0 lany lan I
St S t Louis July 13 WiiUam liam If EIJIS EU
< ker and Charles Stiller
iasi iRspector > ector In
t fi > concessoni
departnetit of the
Vnrlds rld rds fair who were held prisoners prJ for
I TTj than twentyfour honrs he te the th hope
f I Karntar Jan 1 n trnlng from them the details deti of a
imposed plot to rob the exposition com
0 nv I have been bt released relissedrrj
Nrrrts nis rrj B j Gregg Ono S director of th the ti di
fipion pion p of admisalona and concessions nB said
fday 11 that it had been decided that th the
rr rf > fn had no information regarding regardj regardja1gd th
aa aiHed ped plot plotCHOIrEKA platCHOLERA pintCBOLDR
St Pe Ptttrs Iny i tA A FT spt > c crti j Ipatrh 111
ratrh j to I IPersJa
ra rato > V rti H om omuiu rn z zero
PersJa d dtaerc i i uiu wf tjfi r
taerc ero
i lit
4 4Representatives t
Representatives of the Two TwoSitfs TwoSides TwoSidGs
Sides Did id Not Meet MeetPRICE Meetf MeetPRICE MeetPRICE
CHICAGO HICAGO CAGO July 15 1L2egotlstleas Negotiations for forpeace forpeace forpeace
C1 G peace in the butcher tdaenf strike rIk are at ata ata ata
a standstill ataad8tW tonight ton ht and tJW tJWwID thike thikewill ti strike strikeI
I win continue until one sMe or U the other otherabates ter teraDetes
0 abates the demands made up to the thepresent tilepretJent thepresent
present time timeBoth timeBoth timeBoth
Both side are anxious for forable a > jitacjt jitacjtaWe e eable
able settlement bat the 8tnmMtB 1t > IIek IIekto jPck jPckto
to a final naI adjustment ia Chat it flower 1iIIJkrAle flowerMe flSterside
Me i Ia not prepared to allow allowto tfc the aster otherto asterto
to dictate the basis of arbttrWD arbttrWDThis ar ari arb4trst4This
i This afternoon the t4e Backers packersered afafcatfl afafcatflered 1l 1 1erect
ered Mr Donnellys reply to their pro proposal 1ropOaal ¬
posal 1 of orJut last night and annotwettl alUlOtlllGl1 annosmsettunsatisfactory lt ltunatlstaetOry It Itunsatisfactory
unsatisfactory Union officiate oftIeiditadvhled IMP IMPadvised t tadvised
advised that it would be imposofttety imposofttetyreach I Ireach 1mpossIbI 1mpossIbIreach
reach an agreement nt along the lines Se Segested 11I81I ig iggrated
I grated ge ted by Mr MrPonneUy MrPonneUyj Donnelly Donnellyj
j j Beady ReAd to Arbitrate ArbitrateI
I In Inthelr6 their answer toMr to Mr Donnelly the thepackers thepackers thepackers
packers declared red themselves ready resAyarbitrate to toarbitrate toarbitratE
arbitrate > but stipulated that the tb arbi arbitration artIitratlon arbitration ¬
tration houM include the entire scope scopeof MOPeof seopeof
of the strike and not be limited in any anyway aDYway anyway
way This communication of the pack packers peeJten peekers ¬
ers was identical with the one sent sentyesterday sentyesterday sentyesterday
yesterday by them to Mr Donnelly Donnellyand
and to t which his counter proposition at attoday ftoday oftoday
today was w a reply replyWith repbWith
0 With the t he reply of the packers was wasserft wuserft wasseik
serft a note to Mr Donnelly advising a4v a4vbim
him that they would be ready Nad for fo his aanswer hisanswer
answer tomorrow and that if he de desired desired dosired ¬
sired another ler conference with them themthey tIIeIftthey themthey
they would uJd be pleased to meet him in inanother Inanotlter Inanother
another effort to reach a basis of ofbitratlon ar arbitratiOn
bitratiOn bit ration i arrangements have as asyet asyet asyet
yet been made for another COftfereabut conference conferencebut
but the reply of the unions to the latest latestnote Jatestnote
0 note of the packers will wi be sent tomor tomorrow toseorrow ¬
I row 10 morning morni after which Mr Donnelly Donnellyill Do fteIlyym Donnellywill
ym ill leave for f r St Louie where he will willaddress wiltaddress
address a mass meeting of strikers strikersSunday ri1IenJSunda atrihersSunday
Sunday Sunda afternoon afternoonStrikers atterDOODStriken afternoonStrikers
Strikers rte t Proposal ProposalMr
Mr Donnellys s latest proposal to the thepackers tkepackers
0 packers folio folioi followsAll follows followsAll
i All grievances to be submitted to ar arbitration 1bltraUHn arbitration
bitration all strikers to be reinstated reinstatedin rel
in a body men employed Yed by the pack packen packff peckers
en since the strike may be retained retaiDec11f retaiDec11fuse if Ifuse
use can be found for them the tern i i
porary wage ace scale to be that t ia effect effectpreviously eftectpreviously
previously to May 28 8 This means that thatunskilled J Junskilled I I IuMkilltd 0
unskilled labor is to be paid pending pendingthe
the decision of the arbitrators < 18 18cents 1 1rents I4 I4eents
cents rents instead of 15 to 17 1 cents eeatat the theprices ep
prices p paid since sin e May28 May28i
i Following Foll wirg is the reply of the packers packersto
to the proposal of Mr Donnelly DonyellyAll
All grievances r eaJ1es to be 8111 subonUed te teAl 4tr
bitration the he strikers to be reem reemployed reemploYeci ¬
0 ployed as rapidly as places can be befound befound befound
found fjr them preference to be given giventhe giventhe en enthe
the strikers in the order of then tItetrc jHn p I Ications i ications
c cations for work ah aIIte men now at work rk rkto i ito
to be retained and the tilee tenMipfacyJ tenMipfacyJwages
0 0wAgeS wages e to be in Ina InacheduJ accordance aeeWrdanceschedule wfflr a aschedule
schedule in effect at the t e time tI of the thestrike i istrike
strike 0 j I
Allied trade unions at the stock yards i ian
are becoming restless 1e8 and unless a set setI settleinent 1 1tlement
tlement t is reached in the near future futurethey futurethey
they may decide dt < ide to stop work in sym sympathy syrnpathy ¬ I I
pathy with the men already out The Themembers Themembers Themembers
members of the allied crafts at the theChicago j
Chicago stock yards ards number some 15009 15009men 15 15mn 15t 15tmen
men mn and most of them belong to tounions tounion tounions
unions A mass meeting of these men menwilt I Iwill
will be held tomorrow night t when the thequestion
question of their quitting work will be bediscused bediscu bediscuseed
discused discu d dWork I
Work Contifi Continues > 1Ias es
i The work in the packing < plants In InChicago InChlcagl inI
I Chicago was continued < ontjn today on a amuch amuch amuch
much larger Ia rer scale than t ha n at any an time timesince timesince timesince
since the ptrike rike began Many new newmen DeWmen newmcii
men have ba ye been employed > d among whom whomI
j I it is said are many skilled workmen workmenI workmenand
I and the packers declare that they are aredoing aredoing aredoing
doing better than they expected they theyj tbeyould
j would ould he able to do at the time the old oldI
I employes quit jrork JiorkI
I i With the increase in working forces forcesi f fI forcesthe
j i I the packing houses today were able to tofill tofill tonil
fill all orders Slaughtering was done doneon doneon
on a sufficiently heavy scale to warrant warrantsome Warrantsome warrantannie
some buying bu ing at the yards in the morn morning monIIng moraing ¬
ing W irkmen who have taken the theplaces Uteplacoee theplacer
places of the strikers were ere not molested molestedwhile molesteclwhile molestedwhile
while in the yards and as long as they theycontinue theycontinue
continue 0 at work ork the packers declare declarej
a meat at famine can be averted for many manyeek manyweeks
weeks weeksAround weeksAround eek
Around the stock yards today the ex expressed oxpressed
pressed opinion was that the strike strikewould strikewould strikewould
would last well into next week Com Commission
mission men and feeders who are gen generally genorally ¬ i ierally
erally in touch with itb the situation sent sentdispatches nt nt4Upathe50 ntdlptches
dispatches to shippers throughout the thecountry theCOIIDtr theeonntr3
country advising ad a i5ing them to hold their theiroek
livestock oek until later and warning wamifttcthem wamifttcthemetlpedally them themespecially themespecially
especially to refrain n from sending the thenaval theimoal
naval heavy hea Y shipments Monday morn
tag Ia111iDER
HOUS 1OuIIcs mms K at Kansas City G Con Coat Contine a atiaHe
tine Business BusinessKarris BusinessK Businesshajn
Karris K hajn i City Cit July 15 JiJlive Five aektn pt1tlng
house operated ratEd tocay ScbwaraotSd Schwr2dIUdItzberger A
Sttfzberser 8ufzbEr r killing sheep for the first time timesince
since the strike began 11 A number Dua er of ofnew ofmw ofiaw
new men m 1J were nut t to work at each plant
but all are ar still far from having their thenusual theirtHual theirItsual
usual iiuuta iiuutaThe IIII eta etaThe < ta taThe
The strike leaders say y they are arek malt ¬
ing inroads on the packers pak4 forces f and andthat andth8t andthat
that thf th thov have persuaded nearly a hun hunIred bunIced i
Ired hi htrNJ rod since lIin Monday to Join the un union uninn ¬
ion and nff go o out aside from 101II the LM an anskJiieA nflSkJ1lCd
skJiieA > nif mn n coopers COOp Coers > r5 and boxmakerfl who whostroek wbostn1k whostrtek j
stroek on 01 VtHinesday dnesday and Thursday
Represntatives Rprf1o ntathtfI of Armour Swift Cud Cudahy i iahy
ahy For and a d Schwarschild Jd ft Sale
berger < r wfe w F e on the market mark today for forsfwk tort foratsk j
sfwk t k and quickly cleaned ap the t supply PIJb i
Retail dealers l > alers in the packing hoses dht dhttrht dbT
trht T r kt ticv 11 advanced 1 aAted the wire of meats meatsfrom meatsfrom >
from one to two cents < a pound but there therewas tJt tJtwas therewas
was no chance at the majority Jortt of the thefhopj tMhp theand
fhopj < and big dealers reiterate that they theywill t tII theyai
will ai II mak ma k no farther flirt Jwr advance advanceAt
At the th stock exchange after the t market marketclosed marketclnl marketels4
closed clnl t today Armour our t Co posted a not notit note notie
it < e to t the effect ff cthat that they the would be hethe pn on onthe
the market mark t tomorrow for 4flW 4Ge8IITTLB 4C boss bossUTTLE horsLITTLE
Omaha Packers ackersere Were Hot ia I the Mar MarI 1Iarket
ket Yesterday YesterdayOm YesterdayOmha
Om Omdha ha Neb eb July 13 Twentyfive JiTweDt five cars carsoived carsp
p 4 t bogs ho a ax4 two caN of cattle were werenivEd re reived
oived ived at the stockyards today toda most of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which were sold ty t small independent independenttwtrhcrs lP4kpeedeI1tbutch Independentbstchra
twtrhcrs butch Local packers were not In the themarket themarkct themarket
market markctVery marketVery
Very Httl I slaughtering Ilau sla tIght hlrin ering was done at atthe attbe atthe
the South Omaha abattoirs today and but
few men I were w at work WrkConlder workConelderable
Considerable Conlder ible disappointment wan felt at atthe atthe t
the th failure fa uTe of the union leaders and pack ¬
ing house owners to reach a satisfactory satisfactorysettlement 88ti satisfactorysettlement factorT factorTMttlment
settlement Second Vice President Vail Vailreceived Vailt Vailrereited
received nC ed a telejrrf t 1Jrrm in from fro frontPresiprt President itnt Don DonnIly ponni nn nnflIty
nIly ni stating statjn th that t the th negotiations thus thusfar thufa thusfar
t far fa r hnd failet fai aid ld that t ha t the th strike was wasstii WaS1ti was5tI
stii 1ti 1 on onThere
0 There wa waa no disturbance d llr aDCe in the pack
Ing hou houee e district Employers are hiring hl hiringsuh nl nllIIu
such lIIu < b meat m n as a present J nt themselves them elvee for work worrhut
but pickets Ji < keta are permitting very few non nonunion nonullien nonuntmj ¬
union mento mn to n sees w through their lines linesck Un Unck
131 ck Hills Affected AffectedDeadWlod AffectedD A1ectedDeadii
DeadWlod D Deadii ad 00 S S D Jiiy Jl1j i5Ti TIt Black lak
HUte I wul nil be Mriou serloesly aftected by the tbeDacklnc theJJarJjaJ theuaikLiu
Dacklnc tfcuse use strIke Althoush uh the Black
All Kinds of Meat t Products Up m m2few in inNew in2ew
New York TorkNew YorkNew YorkNew
New York July 13 lStriking Striking Strl meat han handlerri Jumdk bandIer
dlerri dk > wer wefty today waiting for the an announ annoo annouriemT
noun noo nouriemT > enMHr of the setttement of the thestrike thej
j strike against the big western we tem packers packersThis packenI
I This was expected almost any hour front fmmChicago fnt fntChlca frontChicago
Chicago o but in the meantime prices of ofbeef ofbeff ofbeef
beef continued to go 3011 up and other pro proj proi plovisions
j i visions were also affected Poultry aDd aadeggs aDdeggs andeggs
eggs have been advanced V8D and fish f1 h dealers dealersI dealersannounce
I announce that sea food will be the t next nextto nextto nextto
I to go up upCoW upCold
1 Cold storage poultry has been advanced advancedj
j 2 cents stosrUltry a pound Incubator chicfc chickens n and andducks aDdI andducks
I ducks are abundant but the price te al almo9 alI atinoe
mo9 prohibitive to the t poor poorUnion peermien
I Union = teaMstera e refused f = to handle handlefortyfive IumdIeI handlefortythe
fortyfive carload of beef that arrived arrivedhere arrivedhere arrivedhere
I here within the last twentyfour hours hoursTrouble hoursTrouble bournTrouble
Trouble at Sioux City City5k CitySioux OItyhoux
5k Sioux houx > ux City Ia July 15 l 13As As the non nonunion nonunion ¬
union m men n were leaving 1eaTf the Cudahy pack packing pIICkIll pecklug ¬
Ill < plant after work today they were ere set aetupon ttetupcm setupon
upon by a gang of union workmen who whoJeered whoaad whoJeered
Jeered and threw bricks brlc and stones at atthen attbet atthent
then Street reet car r windows were smashed smashedhot smashedbutt
hot no one was seriously S4ri injured tnjuredCots iujureCots injuredCots
Cots have been p provided at the plant piantfor plantfor plantfor
for the nonunion OII men and in the event eventof eventof ent entof
of trouble tomorrow they y win sleep at attbe atthe atthe
the plant plantTip pltUp
Up Two Cents a Pound PouadBoston PotudBostoD PoundBeston
Boston July 1uJ 1 IZAs As a result of tile tbestrike tileatJ1Jreof thestrike
strike atJ1Jreof of tjrc meat cutters the retail retailprice retailpr1ee retailpiles
price of beef was advanced from I to kcenta 1ucents 2 2cents
cents a pound on all cuts cu in Boston BostOllday t tdav IQ IQdav
0 0 0 Bill Butts In Enj
j l li 0
0 i e
mile HjJ is in the center eeot r of one of the thelargest tileIaraest thelargest
largest cattle shipping districts ts very verytie Bt Bttie Uttie
tie of the meat use mmed comes from the therange therIIfe theranpa
range fed cattle The packing companies companieshave companieshave PllJlleoffices
have offices m ha Deadwooa adweo4 from fro which whichpoint whichPGlatMeat whichpoint
point PGlatMeat meat is distributed to all parts of ofthe ofthe
the bills hUlaA country countryA COtIII COtIIIA
A raise in price has occurred and the themanager thestill themanagers
manager predict a antlil still further f8rtkrAIV adVance adVanceADVAHGB advanceADVANCE
Meat Oat of Reach of Poor People at atSt I ISt
0 St Louis LouisSt
St Louis Lo uis July TUIY15 15 15The The advanced ad aDeed m the tbeprice theprlc i ipric
price of fresh meat continued fttiDued today All AUcats AllCUIII Allcuts
cats rre f pork have ve gone up from 1 to 4 4c 4XQttoan 4eot
eot c ns a jiouad Mutton XQttoan and lamb h Dave Davehlcra haveIncreased v vrocrostd
Increased fiaai one to five fiveBOW cents neJers neJers01r Deslernmew
BOW ert urt that a advance aovanay anee of ofto fme fmeto
to 1i y Rur t r ait meat wilt wilttc aos aosDes os oswherever
tc tcthe
Des the fcttbed tItdreta rta1l Iealerrs Iealerrswherever ieIT ieITWIaftoeTer
wherever possible an kitong and cutting cottingtheir cattIDCtheir cuttingtheir
their own best the f finer r cuts such as aeporterbome aspOrt aspotterbosee
porterbome pOrt and tenderloin tea are practical practically ¬
ly out of the market Other cuts show showan showaD
an increase of 9ft to 4 cents t8 a pound poundThe poundThe poundThe
The packers are operating oPera ag on a very verysmall Terysmall verysmall
small scale at East st St StLou Louis while the theonly tbeonly theonly
only firm tJnad effected cife ted by the strike in St StLouis StLouis StLoMs
Louis has entirely suspended suspendedAccording luspeJdAeeonIjIl suspendedA
According A sordlng to statementsmade statemeltts tat made today todaytbe by bybeen bythe
the officials of the loCal union there have haven havebeen
been n no defections de from the ranks of the thestrikers Utetrlkers thentrIkrs
strikers There have been no distur disturbances cUstlJr1IaJIees distarbuncos ¬
bances 1IaJIeespmOEPROHIBITIVE 0
Everett Wash Whi July IS iNews News eWs has hasbeen hasbeeon hasbeen
been receivedhere received here from fromiMackias Machias that thatMrs thatJi1 thatMrs
Mrs Jennie Holcomb committerV roIDmUteflAdcide roIDmUteflAdcideat eoinmItte suicide suicideat
at that plate yesterday by shooting her herself herself hersuit ¬
self through the head with a a revolver revolverOn
On her dress was pinned a note con confessing CODfee confeasing ¬
fessing fee her guilt of tbemurder the murder tr of her herchild Mrcbtlel herchild
child by means of poison The child childdied chIlddied childdied
died July 11 and owing 01 to the peculiar peculiarcircumstances CV1briremnstances peculiaretremustances
circumstances surrounding Its death deaththe deaththe
the coroners jury Investigated with the theresult theI8UIt theresult
result that suspicion sa attached to Mrs MrsHolcomb 1115H MrsHolcemb
Holcomb H Fearing arrest she commit rommlted eommlted i ited
ted suicide The father of the child cb d is iaaJd iisaid i isaid
said to be in Spokane SpokaneCRAZED SpokaneCRAZED
Buffalo o Man Kflls jjrTj jjrTjand Wife Wifeand DUC1t r rand
and Himself
Buffalo 1alo N Y July 15 tiEd Edgar T TWashburne TWashburne TVashburne
Washburne of the firm of Heathfteld HeathneldWashburne Heathfteld6c HeathfteldWashburne
6c Washburne W hburrtf shot and killed his wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and l lyearoM year yearokl < rfd daughter today at their theirresidence theirre theirresidence
re residence idfonce a and wt then committed suicide suicideIt uicldeIt
It Is believed be the deed wan committed committedwhile commfttfdhile committedwhile
while hile Mr Washburne W was suffering sufferingfrom ufftTlncfrom sufferingfrom
from a temporary ftt of insanity He Hehad Hebad Hehad
had written a letter to a relative re recently reeentiT recently ¬
cently saying rtDg he was having trouble troublehi
hi business businessrSBIGgT bumftFREIGHTSHEDS
Duluth July H JITIIe The big freight sheds shedsi aIIIedsot eds edsof
i of the t be Omaha railroad in this city were weraI
I burned this afternoon causing a heavy JteaY1S8
I loss as yet anesamated uaesdmatep Several of lit Ute
freight fr > i ht handlers were severely 8eve ly burned
before ht for they could escape Three tugs ly l
ins in at the docks caught fire Two are areBTTSSIAJre area
a total loss 088MId and ODe badly damaged damaedG damagedaUsSIANS
Island ot o Ptcam Straits of BabetMaa BabetMaaeb BaMl raa raaeb
teb eb July Ju IS IThe The British lt steamer Draso Drasoman Dnt Dntman Dragoman
man at 4 odoek outward bones atg atgnalfd aIgna signaed
nalfd na d that she had l hem en delayed cW ed by a
Russian cruiser rU fr in n nu Red Or set < = ti LC LCTwo
Two steamer one On iur a j ind i on r S Siiev suuii suuiihicii
thte hicii P piiatd J std h r al t mifighr t the rii
iiev he ii ° v d to t be e Kussian crul ctnsr b for
TIbtfJ D7enclJ SomwIuui
ExSenator Ex S Senator nator Davis of West Virgi Virginia nia Goes 6 es to New NewYork NevYork NewYork
York Will Confer WJth Judge Parker Park r and andHis andt andHis
t His Advisers
LIONS LKIN5 LKI w W Vsu Va July lly J ILHenry ILHenryi Henry HenryG
E i G Davis expects to leave eeve El Elkins Elkins ELkUis
kins in the private car Grape GniPeJaeMl GrWe1d Grapeload
load JaeMl tojuprrow morning JIt for for0pek Nofgp N NCIty
Jpek 0pek CIty lty to join joIna z oDttfiutence oDttfiutencenot Qollfsfe5E Qollfsfe5EDov1 late late1tlr
1tlr Dav DavBOt Dov1 Dov1not
not exi expect ect te t make any formal speech speeches sPeecla sPeeclaes ¬
es during the campaign except that thathe thathe thathe
he will follow the McKinley policy and andreceive andreceive andreceive
receive delegations He HeNUI has expressed expressedhis
his approval of the McKJnlev method methodIf
If he cannot avoid it he will make a afew afeY afew
few speeeches but under no DOeircum circum circumstances eircumstances ¬
stances more than six Charles M MHendley MHendle3 MHendley
Hendley > of Washington D C form formerly formerly ¬
erly secretary of the West Virginia VirginiaCentral VirginiaCentral VirginiaCentral
Central railway railwa and later a clerk in inthe inthe inthe
the White House wilt m assist Mr
The military mRttarroe mlfttaryiecerds records of Utah prior priorto
to the e establishment of the national nationalguard nationalrd
guard rd in 1304 are being collected and andHied aDdIed andle6
Hied Ied in a modern cabinet system by byAdjutant byAdjutant byAtijutant
Adjutant General Charles S Burton in inwhich inwhich I
which shape they will form part of the thepermanent thepermanent thepermanent
permanent files of the adjutant gen generals generars genorals <
orals office Among the papers of pio pioneer pioneer ploneer ¬
neer days were found V number of com commissions commissions coatmissions ¬
missions of officers in the forces organ organized O organmed A Aized ¬
ized to fight Indians given by Govern Governors G Weniors < ¬
ors Charles Durkee and Brigham BrighamYoung Bt1 Bt1Young BrighamYoung
Young in the period from ISM to 1M ii iiAs Ut UtAs I IAil
As these belong to the officers for forwhom I Ihom Iwhom
whom hom they the were ere made out out an effort h hbeing JJ JJbeing inbeing
being made to locate those who are arestill arestill
still Alive Uve or their immediate descend descendants descendants ¬ 0
ants in order that they may maythe receive receivethese receivethese l
these interesting souvenir of former formerservice formerservice I
service The commissions for the fol following following i
lowing named named11 still await claimants elahnahtaLieutenant j i
Lieutenant I e teRflnt Thomas Frazier Lieutenant LieutenantC
C Pulsipher Lieutenant J Pulsipher
I Belmont 2 K Y L July 15 1iThe The whole wholestory ole oleI
j I story of the murder of John Job Van Gorder Gorderand Golderand GorderI
I and his h italfstetar Anna Fferabam Farshainthe at atthe atthe
the Van Gorder homestead honae ttd near Angelica Angelicaon A I8 I8on
on the night of May S t wan told on the thewitneeff theWltae thewitness
witness K stand by GtthMppe Versaela one oneof OMof eonof
of the Slayer Versada Ver a a made a deeper desperate des desate deeperate ¬
ate effort by putting MIld th the I he brunt of the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime on Antonio Otorgia who was con oonI convktted
I victed yesterday 7et1t tJay < to secure a life e see sentence 1Iettte seetoflct ¬
tence te but after tter fifteen minutes Mlnut deHb deHberation deMltelaUon deliboration
oration the jury returned a verdict ftad
tug hi him guilty fzflt of murder In the first firstdegree nnKI flintdegree
degree lTawual0 I awuai Ulat Olivia and Sebastino
PfezatU alsO Indicted for tbe murder mnrdorVersachV mu14lelwere murderwere
were dbar dbarVcfrsacl LiChatged LiChatgedVetmcias
VersachV story u ry of the crime < follows followswalked
On t the JI ni ht or May Z Okiegla aDd 1 1walk 1wced
walked walk to Van t 1 An Oorder ri and hid until ata
dark Then we went into the house
Mr M Van Gorder passed me a chair and andKANGAROO andKArlGAROO andKANGAROO I
N New w York r July July1LBo1 IS Bob o6 Fitxsim Fitxsimmona FibalJdmona Pitzslmmona
mona the tenser champion prtx prt aghi aghir ftchtwu
er r wan held In 1000 1 < MO ball in the Omey
Istaiwl J jwrtce court today on the charge chargeof I
of graiKl InrMAj preferred by an ani animal 81mal aninsal ¬
mal trainer trainerFlUuimmons 1 I IFitasijiunons
FlUuimmons 1IItu mno took a lion cub from frO om m the theanimal tbeantmal theanimal
animal inn tii last Is Saturday night t He Heay HeIt Hesays 1
says ay it waa given Tell to Klin 1iJi 1in The trainer trainerdenies Wainercknt tgainerden4ss
denies cknt this and demands lathe the Ko Jto IIOObSL IIOObSLItmmoiz1 bufck bufcki 1MtkIIImO
i PltsalmitOM IIImO rafuses reru and says 88 that un 1m
Davis tinting d the next three months monthsand monthsand monthsand
and will conduct his campaign campaignJohn camp cmmpgtrJohn 1flf 1flfJoim
John T 1 McGraw of Grafton W Va Vawill Va Vawill
will be oe an n adviser er of FormerSenator FormerSenatorDavis Fonner Senator SeaatorDavis SenatorDavis
Davis It is said s that Mr MeCrnw MeCrnwwho MeGraWY
who fe xhe Waat Y Virginia VirginiaItDMH vt vt01DIIn 0 0tc5fca
ItDMH enMtfi 2ba9 h JOO JOOrcee
tc5fca rcee m faffhl5Mat this Btattf welt we wehe welornfkcd orsBnffc orsBnffche and andhe
he Is booked beoke < to succeed Scott SC4 lt in the thesenate thesenate theSenate
senate In the event of the election of ofa ofa ofa
a Democratic legislature legf Mr MeGrawaDd McGrawand MeGraw MeGrawand
and Mr Davis I have always been very veryclose veryco veryclose
close e personally personallySenator persoHIlySenator permnallySenator
Senator Davis has accepted Judge JudgeParkers JudgeParkers
Parkers invitation to visit him at atRosemount atRoeemount atRoeemount
Roeemount said Secretary Bobbins Bobbinstoday RoIJDlnstoday Itobbinstoday
today but the date is uncertain de depending depending dopending ¬
pending upm uJmthe the length ugthoC of the con conference confe1mce conference ¬
ference whl h begins ia I New York on onMonday onMonda onMonday
Monday Monda Nothing more than this can canbe canbe canbe
be given out now
Lieutenant Jacob Wiley Captain CaptainThomas C CaptainThotga ptaJnTooQUUJ
Thomas Tanner Lieutenant J A AThomson A1hoD18On AThomson
Thomson Major ajor L H Goddard Cap Captain Captale ¬
tain J H Tippets Lieutenant Colonel ColonelWilliam toionelWilliam 1
William Hyatt Captain W V Scott Cap ¬
tain tam J C Switzer Lieutenant T Ste Stevens Stevens Sinvens ¬
vens Lieutenant J P Steele Lieuten Lieutenant Lieutenant Lioutenant ¬
ant S S G Goddard Lieutenant D Gam ¬
ble Captain J W Yo Norton Captain CaptainThomas eptaJnTbomea cptalnThomas
Thomas Rich Captain aptaiu A Theme
Lieutenant T Almond Captain CaptIDM M M MAll
All AJlred red Major James Allred Captain
John Ashworth Colonel John Brown
Second Lieutenant William Brown
Colonel William Burgess Major Ma or Wil WI11am ¬
liam Branch Lieutenant Colonel Harri Harrison HarrI80n Earnnon ¬
son Burgess Lieutenant William Car ¬
ter Lieutenant Harmon Chrteenthal Chrl eDt
Lieutenant G GCampkJn Campkin Lieutenant Ira
A EMredge Major W V France Lieu ¬
tenant A T Mead Lieutenant F Sny
der Major M L I Shepherd Captain C ptaln
Fred Collins oJlln Major E W Thompson
Captain Robert Kirshaw
ij I sat 1 Iwn < Just tb then n Giorgia drove 4ro two
kttlv knlva into nt0 the he DIAD I0 one with each < hand
f and 1gS killed Irtl rim Turning to me he saM
You kill the t e lady or I I will km you both bothi
i infnt I was afraid = and I rklck rklckrl drove = rl my attests r =
knife into her body and she felt fell I then
ran Into tbe tb road rotML Giorgia GIo 1a cam came oat it
fifteen situates later He H had a bundle bundlethey
In his hand r said Why dCJ you Kill
this man ana woman He Mid Beea
they hJtv n fve money moneynl mOD I
We 8tnIek 8 ecr the new a4 met
nl Olivia Jiy JIll 0 1 Pfczattl 821 We watt walked to
F Swains oJI f station ttoa ° S5 where e w we took a train
to Buffalo The next 11 t day w we were ar I
rested rwweoVers nste nsteVeIWda restedVerenela
Vers VeIWda cla prayed J fervently while the theagain
jury was oat ea repeated again and
again Mother ret er m never e e yw pIn again1A
A year > ear 1 ago Gtorrfa and Versicli Vdacame Vemnscia came nie nief
from Ita ltaly where 0ImtIt had
f served erv terms ern >
in flrison oft for criminal eISm1 offenses offensesder otteneader offenae4cr
der no consideration con will m he return retu the
lion lionFitzaimmons lionPI 1 0
Fitzaimmons PI mmons readily retU1 y secured ball
The Hon was locked up in a cell In the
Coney Island station house house3SATOB
Philadelphia July 15 ILlThe The court to ¬
day declined to grant an injunction re restraining restraining ¬
straining the mayor of Philadelphia PhIladelp
from interfering < with the proposed pro con t ¬
test between Plteafmmons Pttz and nd Jack
OBrien but ordered the director of
public safety to allow the fxhilrtuon to
be rIv z1vn
I Dooley and andthe the theDimmycrats theDimmycratsThe Dimmycrats Dimmycratst
t The sago 8 se ofArchey Road attended the big powpov of national netionajI F
I sachems at S St Louis and to ready to give the public the benefit of hilt
it jc shrewd observations Under the head of t Tbte Th Dimmyeratle Coirvia Coirviai j
i iC tIon he vvlll take thereedars of The e Sunday Herald tomorrow into
J his confidence c v t 0 0John it itJohn s
l John Mitchell the pWiftrant if at < li2 rCite united Min MinVQrkers Tk WorJcer olker will 1 OOJA eop
t Ic tribute the flrst of a sarieM Je IesMi 9SB8 Iclils Its subJeSk sub subtilljte Tll H3 b JlWirlSr aO Bow iw i c
t London WorlCSfeman vor n nv Lfeei x ET r 5
v Vv t
There Was Evidently a Bailie Bailieat
at Port Arthur ArthurJAPANESE ArthurI ArthurJAPANESE
9 t
RTFSjsiAJirs 1tUS IUSMffOL S yaarnr JfOIr A 3o JJoenoJr E3ioir TO TOdoet 10JaOV rorlow
0 JA London rely l IGJrh eorrpiit eorrpiitdout n ndoat
doet of o th ue t Xarniiyr X QmniItS 1 ot mVto sbU 1tu im imdao ad wdov
dao d data d flit t Jtly KJy m m mA fli > Js JsA
0 0A A XRSttftl OMMfailMAt etMIftt tMk tMkLondon tNkoff 144L0S 144L0SoffPsrtArtIts
off offPsrtArtIts Pt Art ArtLoa 0 0London
Loa London on Jwly 10 10lJJw Tfco ToW Tokrr 0 ser serreopotdztt r rre
re r reopotdztt p mi nt of tho Tlin Times In a tifR 4Mfttek lUa lUajHttek
jHttek fttek fUnd fU d at 84C Q4 p m Jwly JuJ u1y I Itmyn 1that IL ILsole
sole that tli tIle St Fitartburgr tenfbu atf1r tiy tiya T t1f t1fa efa
a Japanese repulgo with Jioasvy Jioasvyvaltfos 1 11Ialtl ca casaitlas <
1Ialtl valtfos at t Port iA APthuJ thur July 10i 10iwl1r 10 tot totwkolry Iswholly
wholly dl discredited r dlt d in Wklo where wbttrltM wbttrltMNeIL lui luisuck nosuck
suck report han tavs boost t received c iv d It Itis Itis Xtis
is believed eyed that the story orifiaatad orifiaatadin
in Shanghai ShanlhalPkInS 0 0Peking
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ Peking July 13 nCNOOft1be nCNOOft1beof < Noon Th + 4f
+ report of the Japanese reftIIItt at 1 1Pbrt 9Pbrt
+ f Pbrt ArthUr Art is not cooflrm co d h here JwftIt hereIt r rf +
+ f It is comMeretf In official circles ctrdestbat 9 9that f ff
+ f that it te probable heavy beT7occorredo fisMJaff jhdmghas +
+ has occ occorredo rr d but the tmntnoe tinmSneoloss III V V10IiJ +
+ loss of 21 1W men reported III re regarded iv ivgarded +
+ garded hi all quarters as much ucla es esanerated z +
4 asperated aneratedLon4oa + 4London
9 +
+ London July 16 ltA A dispatch to totbe 4 9the
+ the ncfws agency from St Pt Petbuor Peters rs 9 9burg t
+ bane says the war ar alike cethe announces 4
4 the receipt of a dispatch dllltMatdttrona from Port PortA 4 4Arthur 9Jrtbur
+ Arthur A ftbur confirming tiliport t1Rf th ft1tIKt tin that tlMltt thatthe + 4tbe
+ tbe Japa Japanese sustained consider Oft fer feraltIe 4 9able
+ able looses It AH J July ty 11 the exact exactpartlculeni exactprticukri +
+ partlcnters M which 1deJt have ve net yet yetJIeeR 4 9been
+ been ascertained According to Ithel4lapatcb 4 4the
+ thedispatch the dispatch the Rassfano recap nCptared recaptamed +
+ tared all the posttlow lately taken takenby 4
4 hy y the Japanese JapaaeaeST JapanieC + 4PETERSBURG
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
ST C T PETERSBURG PETICRSBURGTuly July M 228 2 5 am amThe LIDThe nmThe
The lack of further official news newsregarding DeWSrepnftng neonregarding
regarding 4h tile engagement at Port PortArtJior PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur on the night of July 19 1 to pw pwling pus pusIbM pusaling
ling That the Japanese Ja were Leavily Leavilydefeated luTiIycJeleated 1avilydefeated
defeated is not doubted here but in the theabsence theab theabsence
absence ot 0 further information the ex extent extent cxtent ¬
tent of Out disaster thai befell them is isbecinninp Isbecinni Inbeginning
becinni beginning to be seriously questioned questionedDefinite ques questionedDednite oaed oaedDeanlte
Definite news neWs has been received from fromViceroy fromVthror trainVittteroy
Viceroy AJexJelTs headquarters at atMukden atMukden atMukden
Mukden that the Week before the en ensagvment enpgement engagemeut
sagvment at Port Arthur rthurGeneraI General Pock Pockadministered FoeItadn ForkahnIninterd
administered adn a severe defeat on the theJapanese theJap theJaimnese
Japanese lDeile on July 4 and on July 5 driv driving drtving driving ¬
ing them from tbe heights command commanding ¬
ing i Lunaantan Lun aabm pass with a loss of ofThIs 2fM 2fMThis tSS tSSThis
This is regarded as proof there baa hasbeen baabeen baabeen
been heavy lighting hting before the fortress fortressof
of Port Arthur and the silence of Tokfo Tokforegarding TokJoreaantiDC Tokinregarding
regarding it te all the more si significant significantJapaaese lflctmt lflctmtIl
Il IlJap1M8e EswThtATE EswThtATErapnese
Japaaese Now Said to Sffre LostOOO Lost LostS6OOO
0 S6OOO OOO Men JffenTa MenTa Ten TenTa
Ta Tche Kiao July J ly 14 14Delayed < Delayed in intransmission intnuJsmiNiPD intransmissipnThe
transmission tnuJsmiNiPD transmissipnThe The latest reports re regarding re reI regarding ¬
garding the attempted storming stonnift of Port PortArthur P PortArthur rt rtArtbur
Arthur on July 1 place the Japanese Japaneselosses JapaneseI e e110IIiI
losses I etI In killed or wounded at atI 3tM 3tMand ISS ISSand
and those ot the Russians at 5SM 5IO The TheJapanese TheJa TheJapanese
Japanese Ja retired and the Russians oc occupied oc orcupied ¬
I I Icupied
cupied the position positionThe 0 I
The Japanese Japanesehavengw have now changed clta 3ed their theirfrontal theirfrontal
frontal poeitiOH po tOtt and a big 1M battle is ex expected oxported ¬ I
I ported at the eastern portion tIoR of the de defenses dofetiacs ¬ I
fen es owing owln te the Japanese turning turningmovement turningmovement I
movement movementA lDOvementJapalJeBe
A Japanese spy was captured today todayHe todayHe todaylie
He wa dressed in the garb of a Chi Chinese ChIaOO Cliinose ¬
nose and was as reDlJkt remarkably ly cool and de deftant deftaDt doflsnt
ftant in demeanor He said he was a aKorean aKonoan aKorean
Korean by birth had lived in Japan Japanfor TapanI Japanfor
for twelve years and loved that coon country e Nntry coontry ¬
try Thousands like e him he declared declaredwere deelredwere declaredwere
I were convinced that the Japanese JapaDNeeventually Japaneseeventually J Jeventually
eventually would be successful and he headvised 1IeI headvised
I advised the Russian to sue for peace peaceas peaceI
as soon as possible possibleECGHTUTG pe lbIeFIGHTDfG
Japanese rp naee Batxeaehed d Six Miles South Southof Southof
0 0of of Ta Tche Tc11eRiao Tc11eRiaoLiao T ha Kiao KiaoLiao KisoI
I Liao Yang Yan July IS l5F1CIrtiD Fighting is tan tanj imminent Irarnlnent
j minem at Ta Tche Teb Kiao and Hal HalCheng HalCheng HalCheng
Cheng The TheJa Japanese are entrenched entrenchedj
j six miles south of Ta TcLe Klan Much Muchi M Mskirmishing uh uhskirml
i skirmishing skirml is taking place The Theweather Theweather Theweather
weather is favorable for the movement movementof
of troops No rain has fallen for forwhole a awhole a awhole
whole week eek The thermometer has hasregistered hasreldaered hasregintered
registered as high Ift as fifty degrees degreesi decree4centJcrade dveescentigrade
i centigrade It is rumored Dored that a Jap Japanese Japanese Japanise
anese column has appeared ecI on the theMukden the1Iukdea theMukden
Mukden road roadThere roadT roadThere
There T ere are several Japanese wounded woundedat
at lAss Tang They are well treated treatedand lhattdand trottedand
and contented Their sole anxiety is iscaused laUMd iscaused
caused UMd by the prospect of wintering at atKOfiCOW atMoscow t tMoscow
Moscow KOfiCOWAmerl
Americans Amerl s Wore Calm GnImSt CalmSt j jSt
St Petersburg July IS 15631 6 p m mA mA inA
A correspondent of tn ib St S Petersburg
Gazette in a mall letter describing dftt in incidents Incldents Incideuts
cidents at the battle of Vafangow Vafangowsays
says saysLieutenant ys ysIMu Lieutenant IMu tenant Vokoulin stood by y two twoAmerican twoAmerican twoAmerican
American attaches attac Dentenant Colonel ColonelWalter LolonetWalter ColonelWalter
Walter S s Schuyler U S S A and Cap i itain I
tain tam William V Judson Uttit United d States Statesmarine Statesmarine
marine corps He was greatly Uy im impressed 1mlIOd ImPrOsed ¬
pressed lIOd by b their soldierly IIOldt1HiAnna a0141f1 botr1n bearing They j I
did not leave the Sting ft line a amgle amgleminute singleminute
minute but stood calmly obfervias the thebattle UNobattle thebattle
battle raging ra nc around and 4 an unconcn4 onc NIIIM IIIIqIeI rned
ly smoked ok cigars although shells were I
bursting and bullets Uet whla4ng whla4ngHAND whisaingHAND hlaln hlalnHAND
Kmporift t pur Ka xa July 15 litA A freight freighttrain frtQhttmin freighttrnfl
train ran down a handcar today on onwhich onwhich
which hirh four young yo persona w were vr return U
ing from the coon Country try John Owna was wa
killed and Arthur Dtaluun and Ma Maand Waad Lne Lneand
and Pearl Miller were fntally ttft tatIl Injured ttI4
TIt freight t llfht train Ira attar trtktof t th thhandcar tM tMuUtur
handcar T > na ti < M Without ut utmd Mapping MopnillSjuirl MappingII
juirl II tI Owen tw Ows Body 1Ind sIy and th the Injured were Wfrfnot werenot i inot
not found until two heft later ftr ftrtnd Owen Owenand Owensand
and I IH lknutm > > nhum were fre roandhoua M Mployes em employcs
PntaT IIllTSt ItA Y1tBNT DROIrrn DROIrrn8t
St Louts utf July Ju1 1 IG1IM Ele ftomt ravm 61Mof a aof nt ntof
of IfcWow OOVCO oeo on the oyifnmont nnt town 1M of
Wsooooo ooooo t tn < the th LoutetftiM Lou L tiIsItn purchnn Rx Rxpoi lbp irapneltion
poi pneltion > liion Company wa WM 4f > po P ltt t > d tn th thsubtrea t t8ub the thesubtreasury
subtrea 8ub subtreasury rfUtJry ury at tit t J J4tUltl ui today tact ° The Thet 1h thebeet
t beet > e t answer auw to any 117 talk Ue that th titattlon eJ IH
Htlon vtmtMtny onmPAllJwouh would bnv limuHv
in making mnkJ in lM paymtnt tnt to t the th h f tet i th Ih41 Ih41the 11141the t tth
th the money ts m new w ta the h i uhtrw5lir uhtrw5lirsaid unlp ajiu ajiuw
said 4 1 rII1tI > PIflW Net only have haveWt
w We mad 4 th the pajrm payment nt t but butdono It has been
done a day aliMd of tlw tlwSj time timeIDMIO
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EoPU 1 at st m4i in the himmy hi 4llJ1 y lor < rf f i Jt fes fesmount < s smount
mount t cam m In f fur r Judge lark larki
i today UIda and an n eiorniou lrrn4 J1 number < f ftqfu i itw It
tw t tqfu went t out otitAlmoat outAiniest t tVtfY
Almoat every state tat in th < 1ni lrllW4 Ut UtttVtIMied A Aml
ttVtIMied ml W4 d in n the mall mallpertant maltJ
0 J Judge lsrkr allo alloeM 1 thitig h l III urn urnpoftant rn rnportani
pertant to Interfere whh 01 11 h hlr hl Hrl Hrlra arl arlmomlnf arlteaming
teaming ra swim 1m and nd bright and t h riy riyhwwas riytn riyiewot
hwwas iewot In th UM Hu Hudson ion Th rho arl srly irl > tnc tncof tn tnof
of tn u lbs steamer Mary Ma ry Po Pv a e ii I I fflm sotnet > inetirri tirn11 tirn11br A rn a abrings 5bring
brings br her past th the ito H itrisemount fw Iuot > unt t h he < > f fjtt rJUa fjUat
jtt JUa t as n be in taking lakh tH fIH11 s to n and it ithis tL tLt IIpsesetigam >
psesetigam t try to me th indldat 1ttddsPhs 11 11cUmh
his dlvtag cUmh h J is an extTt tn but butways t he heW3y i iWs
ways Ws rtttre tfr to the br btat at eUSe > < t oU e uriil uriilthe url iI iII 1 1ihe
the steamer in i gone goneTiijjsy goneJu
3 Ju Tiijjsy 1e Parker wax untinualiv Unnf4U I early Irl in instarttog illfUT III IIIMfllng
I starttog fur his hi h hnfIeherk > nveb ric ride goine goineaway loir2hdorr goirirsway
away before he had read F t > mall H Hytancod Ht Hglmnc >
ytancod glmnc d over the Nrw N w York iMM I tW japere r Hr Hrbut atbreakfast < t tbreakfast
t breakfast hut hu t had not ge Mr Ii r Bry Bryans Brya ry ryans ¬
a ans la Ia t stat tAtJJVot < n n rrfaiif rdati f to 0 fll fllDemocUc tl tlDemocratIc h hDemocratic
Democratic i 1Itttorm > l tform wb whn a hn ii hf h t a aasked auJred as asasited
asked about it t as a he was starting < art nl for forhis ftHItla
his ride
0 Lottter Prom Miles MilsaJudge XU XUJ MilesJudge
Judge J Parker 1 rkr received Ie a letter today todayfrwm toda7Ofn todayfrom
from General Ofn al Nebv Ne1on Jgtn > n A Mile li1es The en entire eDtire entire ¬
tire letter tt r IK I in General npr tl Miles own ownhandwriting ownhandwriting ownhandwriting
handwriting and Is a as foll follows followsSt 11 11t < nrs nrs9t
9t Louis Mon 110 July 10 l SBoa < Bon Alton AltonB
B Parker Esopna X T YDear Dear tr tratet7 SirSafety r rSafety
Safety for the good ship of state lta t ia of offirst ofJIm of1rt
first Importance ImportanceAt l portanc portancAt
At a time when a mateial mat ial rrisis rji is ispending j jpendlft5 ispending
pending when Democratic DeIDO ratir institution institutionare iN institutiaare titutif1lit
are in peril when great evils should shouldbe shtudbe hudbe
be eradicated when important polAr political polirleal polArIcal ¬
ical Questions Ion must t be decided it is isfortunate is isfortunate 1 1tortanate
fortunate that the Democratic ic arty a ny han hangiven p pPVeD s sgiven
given to th the country a candidate < for forpresident rillent fu fupresident
president ent in whom that great council councilof founqIC 0
of representative men hav every everslidence < n nA > n nftdence
ftdence and we have the best h t of rea reasons riaSons a aJ118 ¬
sons for believing < that that conflclerc conflclercwill clnnderpwm eonfldeewiA >
will be confirmed by h the intelligent intelligentpatriotism intelligentpatriotism I
patriotism of tbe people ple ft < the coon country eoaatrY coontry ¬
try tryWe I
We all do know kno that the instinct instinctand instinctsand
and traditions of the judge ju are to hold holdin JIoIdin holdin I
in sacred regard the constitution on titatkm and andthe andthe
the faithful interpretation tation and execu execution esecatio executineS ¬ I
tineS of laws inn Hence we believe belh e that thatunder thatUDder thatunder
under your administrations its it laws lawswfll 1a lawswill > 8 t tw
will be administered with fidelity and andintegrity andinte8rit7 andintegrity
integrity I believe you will be elected electedand elctdaDCl electdend
and thereby have an opportunity of ofrendering ofrend ofrendering
rendering rend qg our country a service of im immeasurable tinmeasurable m mmeaaatable ¬
measurable value val that will redound to totbe t ttbe tothe
tbe honor of the Democratic party and andthe anlthe andthe
the glory of the republic I have the thehonor th thhonor thehonor
honor to remain very truly tnlJyyoun tnlJyyounNELSON yours yoursNELSON yoursNELSON i
Mij M4EftIAM1 EflA 6Attf ± B OUT OUTNew OUTNew
New Jersey People Threatened Threatenedto
0 to Lynch Two Colored ColoredMiscreants ColoredMiscreants Co1edMiscreants
Miscreants MiscreantsCamden 0 0Cainden
Camden X J 1 July 15 wIn In re retlJIIO reepsonse pson e to toa toa toa
a telephone message m from the siterift of ofBurlington cfBurliQlJtOa ofBurlington
Burlington county Governor Murphy to today tOa tOaday today ¬
day sent nt a detail of the oationai Dati guard guardnow gti uaci uacinow irot irotnoW <
now in camp at Sea Girt to this ciy ci y to toescort toe toescort
escort e Timbers had Sinn the negro r o as assailants 8SMiJarab asmilants ¬
sailants of Mrs Elsie Bfddto to the Jan Janat jaRat Jailat
at Mount Holly Boll The Th sheriff nher f infonoted infonotedthe juf juftbe
the governor go that tbe feeling in Baring Burangton Burtlqtonand Barington
ton tonand and Mount Molly te biter b ter against a the thenegroes then thenegroes
negroes n and that be considered < nsNe the > pres presence pressues ¬
sues of the troops necessary as a precau precautionary pncautlonary torsu torsutionary ¬
tionary measure ure The T troopers will willrort es escort esrort ¬
rort the negroes to tile county jail il and andthen andtbn andthen
then will go into eam emg to await the re result ft mesuit ¬
suit of the trial After the t trial the thetroops thetroops thetroops
troops will escort rort the men te the state stateprison stateprison stateprison
prison at Trenton TrentonMount TrentonMount 0 0Mount
Mount llolly ioly io l N J July 1 tAaron tAaronTimbers Aaron AaronTimbers AariJnTIII
Timbers TIII rs Jonas Sims and V i iHiam Austin Austinthe Austinrh Austinthe
the rh colored men mt > n who coaf ccatseed aaed to as assaulting as assaultin assanDing ¬
sanDing Nod nd robbine lire Mr BkMie 1ikld 1ikldtoday were weretoday weretoday
today ecencd to fortynte year lJS < each eachin eaettIn t tin
in the state sta prison prisonID ID
Maryland Leader ConcTfttnlates ConcTfttnlatesMaryland I IMaryJaBCi
0 Maryland Delogaltau DelogaltauBaltimore Dele DeleBaltimore 1 I
Baltimore Md July Jul 1Senator 1 et Goer QorTman 001I Goerman
man 1ntIn who ha h refused to t ae all inter interviewers iDt laterviewers f fIwen ¬ I 1
viewers or 1 newspaper n aptr men m 1 aiixv PJtCs the or organisation orj organization ¬ i
ganisation of the St St loui > convention cenveutioasent en conventionsent < tiOL
sent today tod the following letter to I each eachmember e ecbIThmber eachmember i
member of the lh Maryland 1 de deSt 1l1qaUoa at atSt I
St Lows LOUJHSir Lou LowsDoar f
Dear > Sir SiwA2 As < 1 was aol deprived d nW of the thspleasure t I
pleasure I UN of 0 u UCNrntap < roni Jal > ur > ins in Y > Hi HiLouis a t to itt StI
I Louis 1 wlah now to thank y t tor th thpan the tbt1M I Ipan
pan 1M you took 100 ts a a delegate tH lrglt rorc this tbtsstate thisstate
state In th the convention ctnventionthe I tion Thf v urse us ft fthe r rtbt 1
the he Maryland d dolegatkin < j tiPltlcn ation m St L Lt1 Lt1fuld I > i S Scould t tiould
could not 1 think th naff h b tt cr o xceii xceiiend XCie XCiesad Ui Uiend
end they und undu UfldOUhtOiIIy < > utvte4ly t y ex t1krd eXtt r ix i s gres gresfluen J t tflu
fhieBf flu in bringing brln about iho ll h hTh < iU iUTh Ilt IltTM
Th TM tins actK action > n of Jud Jutte Parr tstrfers Parii Pariinding Parrsending
sending s ndinff his Id telegram tttl 1n irivirg his hi vtew vi a ato iito 1 1to
to the monetary qiMtitoo QU I UK tI th t h r rwpAfiae r1IJOftiH rspotter
spotter of f the cxMiventton i > t hIs s te Itkgr > egrti egrtihave 11 11haYf t thave
have placed the Democrats t i jMriy iirl in inpoaittftn inposition i
position where whe with th liik tlditt t noroinuivi noroinuiviand nomina nominaand looxninaand
and the rlatfotlU platform adopt dO adopted hi < xi it h hnt < a c cIfi i isoceemful c csiicceaaful
siicceaaful Ifi a fU in the th thetomn lvD omin 1 i uct0n < tt tn
Spokane S Wah VahJuly July l I5teore I5teoreilammond C CHammottit > ie ieUannon4
Hammottit alias lIa ieorge Ue fCt Wilnou Wl1 aKa aKat9 alaakolge
t9 kolge orge IlamJtii IIU susputlCd usp > PtJt Kted Itd v o r being in inpUvated im imptkatect iitipunted >
punted in the Xorlheni rtht11 rSivific dlk hold holdup thhlup Ld Ldup ¬
up at t B Beer ar r Mouth > ou fotu > t h Is = identified KleritineUby
by 9p SebtJ eial A Agent nt MdVtHd 1It hiertridge > l of t tht thtNorthern I tit heNorthern
Northern Pa4lni > ftt aa haviujc hn ha iq hn n VOM VOMvleted i it ntteed
vleted t ted of robbing robbin a shsiiherdera ht h ikhervi ib rhrp r ° 9 vamp vampIn ampInlonM ant antIn
In InlonM Montana and l III v > 4n jrlHh rresied > N itt in intan Mon Montana vn vntana ¬
tana tan last iwmwp r w t 0Il aUii aU5liiil uiiii < Jidt14 u uf f Wow WowIng bhwUp blOWlag
lag up Northern ratltic Pad bintgv bu budo b1s4tCt buwas
was released ieetrttIg states 1 1not 1do
do not ot tiubl < to lM in th tM lat that he t b the them tll tllman theman
man m > n wo want at Hanunoiktl wilt Ut nrot nrotahly prob protably I
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Pat Smythe Dangerously Hurt Hurtby Hurtby Hurtby
by James Bottomer BottomerLATTER Bot1D1R r rI rLATTER
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I fSprial pda1 to The Hera H HeraiOIbfN ra raOOl rt rtQVKN >
QVKN Jts July J uly 1ft DPat Pat Srry rry rr ie xv U8 U8bot ti tii 4a 4aShot
i OOl t j shot and danferoMly da y if n nnt < n fa faly faJy f fy
ly y wounded this afternoon afternoonj astrni a aelect
j t > flock by James Jan Bottomer who wt h iirr iirrI irrIiately irr irrI
I UUtely gave avp harwetf op opttottomer epnottorn apltottoTni
ttottomer toi4 tie t onlcers a an rit riti rf r rated i t tatd
i at atd > d a little itth later ft ot reporters I tha thai hal hali ha hafired
i fir fired d the he s 1C siot hot ut dijftumtely aat iuttI is istnant
1 nv tnant ant nt to kill and an tf he did no ki kij ki1 ki1I k kwas
j was WEl sorry There > had t been tr it 1tIf 1tIft lbI lbItwppn e ei
i twfen t 1n the two mas since last M f5 f5Rot ar arBottomT r rj
j Hmtomer Rot tinner who wh h wa wpI spioyed ployed a s wa waman wJmart d dI <
man at the Bear BtVer sink on the theiiLucin th thIjfiLu thii
I IjfiLu < iiLucin i LUCIII n ufolT < claims that N1 N1h 0Ih s sh
Ih h ated out 11 It of UM aIIUt Opsrt part of ofI a awhih awhh
whih h h hp had left there with Smyth Smyththi Sinytithe m7thh
I the h tatters ssUxn fw safe sa saferthe fceft fceftSn Itt < 1 1rl >
Sn rl rthe > thes friertda < leay tela this thisi t1l184mnh4 thistitiythp
i Smythe > i is r ropri rropr1Mo > toi of the Rytl r 1 F tI tihange K KI
I I r hange han e saloon iTJ Tj j Twentyflfin Twentytifard 1 sn snj tr tri
j arid was 4 behind hnd his ht own count coot r ri rshot v
1 shot hot The pt plup < ue was ras beir being tl K d danl 1 1anl >
anl 01 there were in the saloon Ionn at a i h htwi htw v vtwi
twi > carpenters carpenr rs two paper sri anetwo argtwr sritin
two boy bo playing pool and t tJoune I I7O1ifl > or oryoung
young 7O1ifl men harley I ha rley Irwin and 41 I Jinij JinijJtrim J Ji JiKent lm lmJoPn
Kent n Ke Keenan > nan had ha ht = ba bafrtint MItnnt h hfrert < < >
frtint door witrhing the pool ai altv altvlnln > nyo nyoKrwln
Irwin wan lennins le ninlif over the th bi to 1 1 1fa jI i ilag
fa I lag K a glass Kla of water > 1 and Smv SI h hCArding hefIr11nr I ICording <
CArding to hi his own account nt wn w K th thU I Ithi h hth5
th5 U p cigar cape < oi which is i jut juIof i f fof fof
of the bar and separated hy a atiOlt pur purtion IHtion
tion Irwin says Me heard no nobetween i > r rtiirj 0 0ti
tiirj ti between the > two men m n ivitto qt t taai O
vai 3i concealed from him by th thF thI swirj swirjins sYi sYiin
I ins iig doors dOols and th b partition Ii hf hfrh l > ttho
rh tho > shot and andw saw aw the smoke bu at atthoucht ri rithought
0 thought it was a nreeracker 4m myt mytihowever rny rnyhowever T Thowev
however howev r staggered back k belrnd belrndi hPl nd ndi nilharrn
i bar harrn holding his hl hand to his brist bristsaying hr it itsaying I IaytD
saying < Charlie Im shot Irvin Irtinhdpiag I t thtptng v vhelping
helping him toward the rear r l the theloon thlInon
loon when wh n the man who h had d ione on onshouting ° T Tshooting
shooting pushed pusb through the SI i 111 111dOlMl ci cii e eii
i doors ii gun In hand a an though vo 0 sin sinaain sha ii iiaais
aain a
Only Shot Once OoceJrwin OaeeIrwin OnceIrwin
Irwin shourfd uH Hes comlnsr aea aeaboys 0
boys 11 and th there r was a generil gen5 ti titoTing stvi stvims <
toTing of the few ev peIIIODS ms in the t rooni roonibnt roonLb
bnt b Bottomer made no further att attem attenito np npto f
to shoot and Irwin helped Smythe out outat ut utat utat
at the back door and into Hddlrtr i44dtngdrug < Hddlrtrdrug cldtnlfdru
drug dru store whence he was ater ter r
moved to his apartments in t be LA LArence Lar w wrence
rence r nce hotel and attended by Dr Co Coroy C Croy i iroy >
roy royThe
The bullet bu1I t had gone clean cleanthe throus throusthe throuthe
the right side of hi hi body enterfty enter entPbelow ju jubelow j jbelow
below the right nipple ranging n nWlrd itnw itnwward w > wrr wrrward
ward and out at near the small maJJback antallback < s tl tlback
back striking a rib and then racster raD racupward r rupward
upward burying itself in th thcaae tht thtcaae vtVe <
At the city jail when W ben visits by byporters D Dpo bi biporters
porters Bottom ttQmlr was at first disir disiretibed 1irird disiicihied <
etibed d Ded to talk Later be h said that thatacted thatI thatacted
acted in selfdefense That he heto eferr eferrf r rI
I I f to their trouble of last March aDd nd d in intimated y ytimated 1 1I ¬
timated without directly stating th thStavtbe thn thivte
I Stavtbe n ivte was making a hostile bo tiJei rtaae rtaaei am amward
i i ward him when be drew his gun a afired aIftnd aftre
Iftnd fired firedTm ftre
Tm rm the boy that did It he I sai saiTn sai saiTa saiTin
Tn not trying trYi to get t out lH w > it itshot itbot
shot and I meant to kill He ought oughtI lght lghtdie
16 I die and I hope he wilL wilLBottomer wilLBottomer
Bottomer is about 63 year < if > f AS ASHe azHe
He says he was for many ma years yt S < m mpftoyed mpiorld rnplayed
played as teamster tearn ter for the gov go manors rtiwtjwtacipally IIrH IIrHprillcipal1y t tprincipally
principally in Montana He H was wri wrii w h hCUllters r rCmaers
i Casters brigade ia that eapa i wh ow n nthe n nI
I the latter laU was at < Fort Tellovs YenOilD ne tneTrouble nei
i Trouble Over Time Checks ChecksAfter 0 0ket
After ket spending spn ing several V > rs 1 > u uBottomer i1BDttoaaer I ISettoiner
Bottomer talked snor > fr rt < f ttiou ftomMa
tomMa tiou l han it h he first int imI inrvts rvi v jr jrsaM IrsaId
saM s that in Mari far last at he h > ame earn > r rfrees O OI 0rrc >
I front the cutoff with about t tys t tyears v vl
l years savings H fIt depo deprnltd depostIchecks itfii < tir tirI
I checks with it h Pat Smythe lDyth for foraBd for1g u v kt kting
ing and nti latr Smthe refa rifI > tJ i ithem z zthose
them M BotMinr Bt t m im se 5 < tjr J d ifi to i iof r rof n nof
of Attornev Chtz fliz J g vt t thtrr theyra r t ta Ia
a bill Of atxrjt Si i wii wflih hih h tti tilt r rrun rna S Sina
run ai t Smythes Smyth Ais is de durtI iurte i c > tha thacheek thedisesent
disesent t harx1 v h n hchaeks I
cheek His Hiso HI Ur aztrys bill wa m msotlathewasuT
sotlathewasuT o that he was a > ru rua ut lIUy illySYOand JIjI lIHi 1 l la I Ia
a lot of it was r rBttT rni4IH < tresentetl hy d t that 11 11ar
hat bIll Attorr Attorrthat urp Chez statI al n11 n11t ritt rittthst
that t Sntythe the read readbut 8a 5av Ui u tJI tJIb1It i
but snnpiy piy m I115i4t nsit nsitpaid < Ltj that this II IIpad In y ypaidhim
paid paidhim him m mBrMat
Kraest Maxpey Maxpeyreach agnt < the fi fie fir first In AL 1 11NCta 1 1reach
reach him aftr ail r it e shot shotfrom w an fi firuslw fn fnV
Macney V rushed from h hlt hf hts Ti TikiDwbich 1 1isi
< 3rill kiDwbich isi which is isBottomer i s 11 door lt or ornys a aBllttomer >
Bottomer saio ai i i e shot PT P An f fand t tand
and want ant to t gi g > nys myiidf rff up upn upMBn 0 0Mnane
M3nev MBn kept h hrivwl hn n till the of ofiin f f s srival u urivell
rival At t the sia Laun tat iin n 17 1 WH WHe Jj1i Jj1iPl i
few pockets Pl ke FVit FVittoei Friolds i5 of Smyth Smy t h ta tatonibt iN iNtOl
toei tonibt bt that Hoi Hoibint Ktn hall < I Ibla
hint that he woi woiBHUie w hill him ui uitter 11matle ntntatle
BHUie that old m mttler ma tter t tee right rightu t tDr
Dr D Conro > slat slatwas la tat t u i tonight thai thaingfa 1 thatw h nif nifabot
was w i shot right hi hihis hrtg tittgh ngfa the lung lungiUon lun uni It t th tl tlhis
his h genera seerai wr 1 or vldiuon J iUon is is goycl goyclmily g IOiJ l Id Idtat1 iid3nl
tat1 d3nl Ii Vj > hjIe I e of f puihng rough roublidni roughltt
ltt ntidnigbt lidni bt 1 t v IS a TeStiftf w saL I I In InD ri ritnv
D tnv event nO fl z U 1evelopm 5 aicted u uted
> icted > e ted for s sKmvthe St eiiI days dav8md 0 0ttrnvthe
Kmvthe has hasf 3 fatally mily and ts a wotner wotnere
f r P A V S Sljr S lytiJ e proprietor St f in the the1lrIiaD the1ir
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against Ross Saahorn SanIl orn Joseph Ca Cabonetti Cat Catbonettt
t bonetti and Prank ank Napolii charge e charguIwiUt 1 1with lith
with ith tbe dynamiting dynami of the Sun ani aniMoon anjOD anIMoon
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0 cerned U ue state having failed to secure secureconviction e51lre5IV 6 6CQltlviedoaof
conviction CQltlviedoaof 5IV of any of the nuineroua nuinerouanwmbera nunetOusI
0 memberS n mbera of the I4aho Springs Springswtloa ntoers ntoersiui Dlnerswioa
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