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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, July 18, 1904, Last Edition, Image 1

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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ CMcaao IIcKo July 17 17Ia IH a fig fgIItgrowing t tout 4 +
+ growing out of the meat packers ptlCkenfstTfke pckasUike +
+ strike at the stock jtadm this thisfterioon 4 t
4 + afternoon three men were in InJwred + 4f
+ jwed one fatally fatallyC + 4HICAGO
+ + + + + + + + + + ± + + + + + + + + +
1 HICAGO CAGO July 17 1iTtwJre There was little littleif 1t littleL l ljf
C L if any aa cbange in the atonukm of ortlte ofthe ofthe
the meat eat f packers pa ken strike here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today With VItIt M K J Domwily Y the thestrikers thetitrikers thestrikers
strikers leader la St Louis look looking lookinG looking ¬
ing after that end there was no noeffort DOeffort
noV
effort made to renew Cba tk peace peacenegotiation peacenegotlati pes pesxiegottnUets V
negotiation which hleh tested Uiroughthree through throughthree h hthree
three day last week and weretermi wereterminated were termi terminated terrniated ¬
nated ated last night without result resultWhether re ultaWhether reiltWhether
Whether another anoth attempt to reach an anadjustment 8Aadustment sitad3uzttnent
adjustment of the controverty eont1o y toy toyarbitration ryarbitration 117arbttration
arbitration will be made is problematicas problematic problenIticV
as the packers believing they had the theit theb V
theV
b 1ettei tter of the r UJRent it in last Ja week s sconference sconterencee V
conference are little inclined to offer offerany ofterany V
1 any conoessfone to the striker 1It i rikera One Onek Oneting
o k thing is l certain the tim packers say and andfc andt V VS4
fc S4 < that Is that they will not recede from fromv fromthe fromthe
v the position they the assumed d last week weekaui weekJNUl V Vand
and that the strikers will have to con conform ¬
form form to the employers ultimatum be be bere beV
Jpre re any further peace pea plans looking lookingV V
to t a settlement by arbitration will be beSuccessful bel beiuccomfuI V
l Successful ucce8 ful To add to the packers packersdetermination packersd peckorsdtterniInat1ou
determination d to stand firm is the fact factthat
that they have ave steadily Increased their theirworking theirWorking
working force at the plants until theirV to V
day it wa wa said 1d that things were in inalmost V Vmot
almost mot normal condition at several severalplants severalplnts severalplants
plants Under these conditions the thepackers thepackers
packers hare assumed a more indepen ¬ V
dent attitude and are more determined determinedtonight deternHnedtonlgbt determinedtonight
tonight than ever tht they and not
th t thc h strikers shall dictate th the terms on ontvhlch
tvhlch Idclt the controversy y shall be arbi ¬
trated tratedNo
No Hope of Settlement SettlementAs
V As the strikers declare that t they theyconceded theyo theyconceded
V conceded < o ed every point possible In last lastweeks lastweeks V VV Vweeks
weeks negotiations there is little likeli I likellV elt ¬ V VV
V hood that any further conferences for forthe
the present pre ent at Jeut least would amount to tomuch tomuch toS
S much toward a satisfactory tJ settlement settlementof
of the strike strikeThe strlkeThe atrikeThe
The point to the whole question of ofarbitration ofarbitration V
arbitration hi the reinsfaUement VV
V of the thestrikers thentrlkera V
strikers Mr Donnelly yesterday
F V waived ved every other demand he had hadmade hadmade V VV Vnade
made and agreed to order the men V
back to work leaving the adjustment adjustmentof
of all differences to arbitration arblt + tton if the theN theV
N 1 employers < gng poyers ° ere wo would W taie back all li the V
dtrfkers Jt trlkem in a body This the packers packersxtiCttead pack8SrGCu packerasheed
xtiCttead rGCu ed to do so maintaining JIIamtaJntn that
thfljp tJUW t1ter had many new men since the
strike began whom they could < not din dincharge
charge They promised however to
tak take back the th old employes as rapidly
as possible and in int theorder e order in l which whl h
their applications were filed ofce
union officials declare that they will
never accept this proposition as a they
say it would mean the disruption di fH < tf
the tbeunion tbeunionTo nnion nnionTo
theTo
To complicate the controversy COB 8rBy atm 8tUl
more the Allied craft at the stock stockaceme
ardB numbering 14 14WS workmen have V i 1
booome aceme restless and are anxious to toV
V Join the men already out In a sympa ¬
thetic strike Whether these men will
go on strike or not will be decided to V
morrow when Jir DounelIY returns
from St St LouIs LouIsThese LouisThese
tile These nnipn tIJ representte repre enltng thirty thirtyDonnelly ot ofC
C mechanical trades In the packing
c > I1ent5 1ank AYe decided to quit work it
1 V
Mr
Donnelly say so 210First noTiret
First Serious Trouble TroubleIn
In an attack this afternoon on four
colored J strikebrMLkers tr
by a mob com cornposed ¬
posed of spectators at an amateur base ¬ V
ball Sm ama in the vicinity vIcfnttor vof of the stock V VV
yards 8rd ardn two white men Daell men one policemaa policemaaahd PGlleemaaahd poItce poItceahd
ahd four strikebreakers were severely
Injured Revolvers and knives Qtt w wuttl were ere
uaad a d 51 d three of the injured men are
lu a serious condition conditionThe conditionV
V The Injured InjuredWilliam InjuredWInlam InjuredWilliam I
William Durand D raod shot bot in Jaw ja and
neck condition serious seriousJames erJouJames seriousJames >
James Kiely stabbed bed Jn left side 1
near heart heart may die diePoliceman diePolloeman dieV
V Policeman J W Yo Sweeney struck st on
iifl llMd li ed d and back by brides white trying tr
to quell disturbance severely MYerel cut CIItand and
V VJohn
iMTttisedJohn DndHdJohn bruised
John Hunter colored faee NO lid nd neck neckSamuel
stashed With knife HVereJr lteaten
about b body
5 Grant Baker eoIOld col red veceJY cut cutz I
z about bead and body I
Samuel Wood Vood colored cut and n L i
beaten condition onions serioaWilh
Wilh William n Riley eoiored faee fc ce cut and r
bruised r uised oat bo t body bodyCfolored bodyC V VCoined
Coined C lored Men ten Attacked AttackedAfter Attacked AttackedAfter AttaceAfter
After Untetiing ani8 their daYa ays w work rk at
gchwarstcMld a SHfetwrgeffe S D plant
the four colored strmebreakers
on
their way home had to paaa the
grounds where the same ame was in pro p
I i
greSfil T There WCr were billy 1 3e 1 Cr08 > f fV
watching the game most all of whom whomAs V
Wer Hrf4 frlea Of the u
men who ftIIt weu o
strike l last w wAs weer weerAs
As the four workmen appfooebed a appeeite ptoneh tlhe
place l Lf111 one In the crowd y Yelled H
scabs
and instantly a rush was 8 made
JTtbe for the nsro Degrees Wood had a reroivw rtTC ftl 1
and Baker aker a knife aad ae a the mob b 1
started for them th they dre drew t53j their r
weapons Before they could use them themground
however they were knOCked knoc to the
ground by a a dozen white men Baker I IStramhled
scrambled to his feet and began began4a slash I
ing right and left and bef befhad before t1e knife
could be taken away frees Jdm he I
had stabbed Kiely Wood fired into the I
crowd while lying l on the ground Two TwoIt
of It f the
bullets hit Durand one of the
attacking party part This opposition oppoel on of ofj ofuc
the negroes net the hi
uc v crowd wwu in In a irvnay frenzy
j
and had not the police made a quick
response to a riot call some me of the
men would undoubtedly undoubted1 have been
killed As it was s they were thrown to
the ground and knocked insensible InOenSU be bek
k fore thepolice the police could scatter entt the crowd
1 Several Sen ral of the th t he rioters r together t witk
I Wood and Baker Bek r were werePisto arrested arrestedPistole arrestedPistole
Pistole Pisto Distributed Distributedttoux Distributedioux Distr1butdsioux
sioux City Ia Ia July 17 17For For their theirprotection theirprotection
protection ia case of an attack by b7the the thestrikers theatrikers 1 1etrIkenl
strikers the theCudahy Cudahy Packing company
t today ts < > day distributed revolvers among all
1l hs nonunion employesMatters employeeIatters employee V VMatters
Matters at the plant were quiet to ¬
day no violence being reported The Theplant TheJiI T1j T1jplant
plant JiI nt will 111 resume killing with a it fair
force of men tomorrow morning
The ofilcials of the Union Stock yards yardsand yardsV
V and Transit company and a committee
from the firemen oilers and water
tenders employed at the yards yardswfll will
take a hard ITld in the strike tomorrow ank si siextdeavor
endeavor to t arrange another anotherferenc peaM peaMconference peaMconferenc
conference ferenc This Thi proposed inierference inierferenceCottaued lnjefley lnjefleyV
V V
V I
Cottaued on oz Paso 3 3 >
1 1KER
KER KERNS lJS VISIT TO TOJUDGE TOJUDGE TOJUDGE
JUDGE PARKER PARKERIndiana PARKERI PARKERIndiana
I t tI
I Indiana diana Man Did Not Make a aTalk aTalk aTalk
Talk for Taggart TaggartMATTER Taggartt TaggartMATTER Taggart1MATTEi
t
MATTER WAS WASNOT NOT DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDCONFERENCE DISCUSSEDcolBRBN
I IOONPBRENOB +
CONFERENCE B TO o BE HELD IN INNEW INNBYltORKTODAY INNBWYORK
NEW NBYltORKTODAY NBYltORKTODAYEsopus NBWYORK YOKK TODAY TODAYSOPOS TODAYr
r SOPOS xl Y July 17 17J 17Judge Judge P8Ikers Parki
j Esopus i ers second Sunday Sun ay since his nomi nomination nOtiltnation ¬
t nation was hll spent t quietly qu etb Hp ll hai hadj haiCOIlfeJces haiconZerigin
j conferinces with John W Yo Kern of In InI Inlianepeils
I I dtan dtanapofis pefls who Is his guest and with withI Withw
I W V F Sheehan and with Maurice Min MinLouis MlntOft Mm Mmtort
I tort ef New York who AUe attended t ed the St StLoaI6 StIJoeiIs
Louis convention and is said s k1 to bar barcome ba have haveV YO YOcome
come to Rosemount on a political mis misston missIon V
stun air lr Sheehan visited Rosemourit Rosemouritthjg Rosemouuitthis t ttJri
this tJri afternoon a m on for half an hour and andlater andJater andlater
later Judge Parker visited Mr lr Shoe Shoebans Sheehan Shoehans
bans han V VThe
home homeThe homeThe
V The question of who is to be chair chairman chairn ¬
man n of the national committee C e was not notconsidered notconaidered notconsidered
considered today That question will willbe willbe willbe
be discussed d at the conference of lead leadera Jden leadera
era which dch is to take place in New York Yorktomorrow YorktoJDOrTOw YorkV
tomorrow Mr Sheehan will go to New NewYork NewYOk NewYork V
York by train tomorroJudse tomorrow tomorrowJudge
Judge Parker wl not attend the con conference confeten conferenc ¬
ference ferenceMr ferencMr t tMr
Mr Kern today said that he came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from Indianapolis lla on business to Al Albany AIbaay Albany
bany and it wa wq at Senator Sills sug suggestton sugge suggestlon
gestton tlon that he visited vl Judge JU r8 Parker Parkerwhom Parkerwhom Parkerwhoni
whom he h had known for nine years yearsHe yearsHe
He and the judge he said had talked talkeda talkea
a a good ood deal of politics but had not nottalked nottalked nottalked V
talked of the national committee chair chairmanship chairntaqship chairmaqahip
manship He bad not come here he headded headded headded
added V in j the interests of f National NationalCommJtteeman NationalConunltteeman NationalCommitteeman
Committeeman Thomas Taggart of In Inviana Inana
viana ana nor to suggest to Judge Parker Parkerwho Parkerwho Parkerwho V
who should be national chairman chairmanChance chairmanChance chairmanChance
Chance For Taggart TaggartIt
It was pointed p jnted out to Mr Kern that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the newspapers De1 > JHlpers had intimated that thatAugust thatUtUBt thatAuguat
August UtUBt Belmont was ont of the race racefor racefor racefor
for national chairman 5V 5Vand and that It Itmight Itmight itmight
might be possible that Mr Taggart FaggartI Taggartwould
I would have charge efcactive et eE 8cti activa Q work in inthe InI Inthe
the west and Mr Sheeltam Sh Shelfliethi nftl Jn the east eastMr eastlIr eastMr
I Mr Kern K n said nothing but nodded his hishead hishead hL hLhead
head in a contemplative way
Judge Parker attended church ser service r rvJcc ¬ I
vice at Kingston Ktngs n this morning accom accompanied accompanl aecomIMiuled ¬
panied panl d by Mrs Parker ParkerThe ParkerThe v vThe
The trip was s made in Judge Parkers k
launch Niobe Many strangers were in inthe inthe hithe
the church attracted by b the hope of ofsaelng orI
seeing the presidential candidate and andpractically andpntctJcally andpractically
practically air all V stopped to shake hands handswith handswith hanthwith
I with him after the service The Parker Parkerparty ParkerJJ Parkerparty
party JJ rty reach re reactd ctad ad Roeemount at 2 oclock oclockwhen oclockwhen oclockwhen
when lunch was served servedDuring servedDuring V VDuring
During the services services a small colored
boy dropped a coin in the collection collectionplate collectionplate collectionplate
plate passed by the tb judge and left the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church as noon as VV the vestrymen had hadtaken hadV
taken the collection to the altar grin grinning grinning grinfling ¬ V
ning broadly as he went wentIt wentIt wentIt
It is said here oa what appears to be foegoodauthority beoodauthorlty begooduthorlty
goodauthority that Judge Parker has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not invited Tammany Tamm8 Y Leader Charles CharlesMurphy
F FMurphy Murphy to come to Roeemount RoeemountGRANDLODGE ROemountGRAND RoenmountV V
GRANDLODGE GRAND LODGE VL13I3EOFLKS OF OFMany ElKS 1
1 1Many
Many Entertainments Arranged Arrangedby
by the 1heA Antlered tlered Herd HerdCincinnati HerdCincinnatd HerdV
V Cincinnatd CincinnatiCincinnati CincinnatdcincInnati CincinnatdV CincinnatdClnctnnatI V V
Cincinnati cincInnati July 17 17The The grand lodge lodge5ventkm lodgevention lodgeevavention
5ventkm < vention and the reunion of all allElks aUElks all1ks
Elks 1ks will w l convene here Tuesday with withelaborate L
elab elaborate rate programmes for every day dayV
this week Today 1oda with the th ther thermometer thermometer thermometer ¬ V
mometer in the nineties V the local lodge lodgein lodgein
in detachments at the different depots depotswas depotswas
V was W5 busy escorting rting visitors to tothelr their theirrespective
respective re hotels V Three steftmers have havebeen haebeen haveboner
been chartered far excursions excural ns on the
V Ohio river Many XCII nle entertainments tn nts h havebeei have havebeen ave avebeen
been arranged for visiting Elks and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their ladles ladiesThe V
V
The grand lodge will in be opened Tues Tuesday Tu Tuday ¬
day morning morni Several matters of con censequeabe consequene consequene
> sequeabe sequene to the t order are to be de deeWed deekIed deelded
eWed The most JDC interesting contests contestsare co contestsare tests testsare
are for the positions nsof of grand exalted exaltedruler i
ruler and grand secretary seer tar For grand grandexalted grandeailted L LIted
exalted Ited ruler there are two V candi ¬
dates da William J OBrien o Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
and V Samuel m H H Needs of Cleveland
Per grand secretary there are several severalcandidates
candidates since George A Reynolds Reynoldsof
of Saginaw S gtnaw has announced that he will willnet I Inot
net be a candidate for reeleetion
V The local arrangements s are on the themost thefleet
most extensive scale ever known for forarty fora foray
V arty a occasion O 1on here Grand Exulted Exultedhnnlng LV V
Jbrter Tanning says the reunion will willMMtrfc L Lmark II
mark a new era in Elkdom
e S
V
STANDARD OIL MAKING MAKINGBIG MAKINGBIG MAKINGBIG
BIG FIGHT IN EUROPE EUROPEBerlin EUROPEIiertta EUROPEiedls
Iiertta Berlin July 17 1hf Tbe GennanAntevtMn G nanAmft1Ian nanAmft1Ian1eum
ttproteum Peco 1eum company of > f Bremen which is istJlija h ht
IN tJlija t V Standard Oil companys < German
bftUKh b has uodorgone reorganixatkm reorgargaflonOiU3flY
UMhStaBdard company buying dp the Gter Gtermap 0atock Germen
map stock aIM replacing r d most of the theGmut Uter the34n
r Gmut directors by Aaiericaos The Thestedc Thestoe1t Theat
stedc at bought t ttmrist of part of the 174WO 174WOnoaroOns 174noaYOtiIIg 174 l74nonvotlan I
noaroOns share V It is uwJcrstoot Ullderstooothat S Sthat
that th UIft srice nee paid 4 w Wall a mM per share shareand shareand
and V JUS for U Ute semlaaoaal 8eJ Ia dividend dividendinsneq dividendt1uvn
insneq t1uvn t1uvnV i
V The anorJanlation reOTRaniBation is interpreted IntfTpn > ted here hereto t
to mean that the German G nnan dtoectore cI were werenot werenot
not wllWfin < to support tti thw Standard in infighting InflptlDg itfighting
fighting the Rusfian and Austrian oil in Iiitemalo
t temalo temaloOKLAHOMAS eo V tnI
1Ef 1EfOKlAHOfidA8 I
OKLAHOSIAS TOUGH KID KIDV I IAGAIN I
V AGAIN LANDS IN INJAIL JAIL i
i
Lawton Okku Ok Jply 17 liWill Will Fair FairI Fairsheets V
sheets 8bee toe most notorious bad tt kid of ofthe of oithe
the territory who ho recently reoe ntly escaped escapedfrom eerapedfrom I
from the state reformatory at t Htttchln
Eon 50 Kansas 5fl3aa was today arrested arn near nearFcrt
Pert SHI SBland and placed in Jail Fansheets Fansheetsis
is 14 years y ars old and has twice seen con convicted cori convicted ¬ I
victed i ted of larceny He was sentenced sentencedto 5efttene d dto
to a years imprisonment in the Kansas Kansaspenitentiary KanseaIenitentiary I INnitenUatT
penitentiary but because of his youth youthwas ynuthwas
was refused admittance there wWere wWereupon wfereupon Were WereUpon
upon he was given a parole by y the gov governor bOvernor gorernrr ¬ I
ernor and transferred to the reforma reformatory retonn3tor reformatory ¬
tory toryVIOLENT tor torVIOLENT toryVIOLENT
o c
VIOLENT STORM AT ATSANTIAGO ATSANTIAGO ATV ATSANTIAGO
V
SANTIAGO DE CHILE CHILESantiago CHILEBan
V Santiago Ban ti tiaO De Chile Cb e July IT 17A A storm stormof stormof
of almost anprecedented violence prer prerTails pt ptnIts
Tails over the whole bolt country The lew1 lew1er lew lewpart IOWer
er part of 4 Valparaiso is completely completelycovered completelyCOVered oompIetalScovered
covered with Ith mud and water the Male Malecon Malecon Ialecon
con has been destroyed and great lees leesof lOilSof leesof
of property has been caused causedThe causedTbe causedThe
The Central railway has ha been broken brokenin
in Several pia piaRUSSIAN placesRUSSIANGOVERNOR places placesRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN RUSSIANGOVERNOR RUSSIANGOVERNORViCTIMOF GOVERNOR GOVERNORVICTJMOF GOVERNORVICTIM
VICTJMOF VICTIM ViCTIMOF OF ASSASSIN ASSASSINst
St st Petersburg July J ly 17 liThe The 41 + I I
vice governor of Ellzabethpol was wasaSSSllinated wasassassinated 4 +
assaseioated at 7 oclock this even evening evening 4 +
Ing Th The assassination iSsassln tlon occurred occurredat 4 4at +
at Adgsbkont a small place In the theathwet 4
smithweet corner porner orner of the govern governme1at 4 4meW
meW of BBzsrbcthpol EWz fbethpol close me to the thePersian 4
Persian frontier frontierl 4 +
4 + + + + + + + + + +
l
I CAME GAM EDOWN DOWN WITH WITHROAR WITHROAR WITHRQAROFNIAGARA
ROAR RQAROFNIAGARA OF NIAGARA NIAGARAThree
I
Three Hundred Million Gallons Gallonsof
of Water Turned Loose LooseGREAT loosef looseGHEAT
f f V
GREAT DAMAGE RESULTED RESULTEDWAIENTNG RESULTEDI RESULTEDWABNrNG RESULTEDV RESULTEDWAININ S
V V
V
I
WAIENTNG PIIBVBNTED p vIDlTED GREAT GREATIOSS GREATLOSS GBIIATLOSS
LOSS LOSS 4 OF OFtL I FE FEt FECOTrD4LE FE FEtCXJTTDAlE V VV VV VPA V
t V
tCXJTTDAlE PA PA Jury 17 17Wlth 17WithV With Withthe
S V the r rear er sseNlagncathe f f Xiagaca iagaqLthe the new neweer neweerV + re e 3r r rof =
V V of the tlleCttiaeJIs Cftiseii Water com comrst cQmlMtDF com3iny
lMtDF ant flrut rst at midnight ht and morethan morethanaeMtMflt more tmm tmm1It
aeMtMflt 1It IN gallons EIl on 4sf < tf wat water r rusTied rusTiedj ruShe4dOwn riiheddown
j down the valley va1I sweeping all before It IElaad ItI itand
laad I and inundating crops cropsVf OPS and wreckingI wrecking wreckingbuildings jveckingbufldhegs
I buildings in its path It was wascovered dls dlscovered d s
f I covered ered about 9 oclock that the dam damwas damwas
1 was > in danger of breaking and mes mess mes4sQhsen messhgere
s sQhsen igers were hastily sent through the thevaliey
whey hey to warn the people pe41pleHuQ VHundeof Hundreds Hundredsof leds ledsof
of lives liveswre ves v f Qre re thussaved thu saved for a tea fevfhours fe1hottrs teahours
hours later bit the whole valley was under underwater underwater underwater
water waterThe waterTh V V
V
The Th f18ma damage e to the machinery maehh ery and andreservoir ai1 ai1reservoir andreservoir
reservoir atone will amount to at least leastSoQWt lenstiO least60N
iO SoQWt 60N When the torrent swept down downupon downupon downupon
j upon the valley buildings buUijtn were torn tornfrom tomfrom tOrnfrom
from their foundations and carried on onthe onthe onthe
the crest of the great t wave like likemany V so somany
many washtubs V Crops valued V Vthousands at atthousands atthousands
thousands of dollars were completely completelywipeel
wiped out Bridges Bn es were carried away awa
In the gorge just below the thedam dam huge hugeI hugetrees
I trees were torn out by b the roots rootsweighing
weighing I tons and overturned by the
1 flood The neV pump and engine in 1nI installed installed
I stalled Saturday below beJo the face of o the
dam to pump the leakage back into
the t e reservoir were wrenched from their
foundations propelled pr pelJ twenty yards ards
from their original positions and buried buriedunder buriedunder buriedunder
under the mass of wreckage from the thewall th thwan thowall
wall of water waterPOLICE waterPOLICENOT V VV VPOLICE
V
POLICE POLICENOT NOT ALARMED ALARMEDAged ALARMEDAged
Aged New York Lawyer Seems Seemsto
to Have a Habit of Dis Disappearing Disappearing ¬ V Vappearing
appearing appearingNew appearingKew V VNew
I IDanIel
New York July J 17 lTJude Judge Dennis
DanIel lcKoon a New ew York ork lawyer
I has disappeared and a the police have j
I I been notified by byDarby V T W Darby a friend friendand friendand
and business associate that he was waskidnaped waskidnaped waskidnaped
kidnaped In lower Broadway shortly shortl I Ibefore
before noon oh Friday last and Is 1 no now nowbeIng v vbeing
being held for ransom ransomLetters ransomLetters ransomLetters I
Letters have been rAehred r tved from fromJudge fromJUdge fromJudge
Judge McKoon Mr Ir Darb Darby i9 pays YS ask asking askI asktog ¬
tog I g that 5090 5 demanded for his re release reetlsc release ¬
lease be paid According A ording to these let letters letters lettels
ters Judge McKoon who is 76 years yearsold yearS yearSold yeadold
old met three men who bo had arranged arrangeda arrangedbustness
a business appointment on Friday Frida and andthey andtDe andthey
they tDe topk him to a house the Icon location Icontion oca ocaUon ¬
tion of whjph was unknown to him himwhere hImwhere himwhere
where ne ie wa W was kept a prisoner V The Theletters Timeletters
letters IEtt rs he wrote he would WOtI Id throw throw out outof outof
of a window wioo w to a boy V Vwho wb who was pass passtnb passOaPtSiR J
ing Captain Ca j Langairof LanSlrirothc the detec det detecJJe
bttr N u saM today that Judge McK on onad on onbad
had several times been reported < to po polien
lien e headquarters as ml missing stng and that thateach
each time he had subsequently turned turnedup turnedup I Iup
up all right rightEAST rightEAST rightEAST
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JUMPED JUMPEDVTHE THE TRACK TRACKSpecial TRACKSpecial TRACKV
V Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldCleyenn HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo July Jill 17 17Wh 1Whatmight What Whatmight t tmight
might have been a very serious ac accident accident aceldest ¬
V cident occurred at Corlett six miles mileswest mileswe mileswent
west tof of Cheyenne Cbe enne yesterday when the thetngJne theengIne
1 engine trucks on No 2 the eastbound eastboundoverland e eastboundverlaud Stbound16verlaocl
16verlaocl V overland flyer jumped the track while whilethe whileUle whilethe
I the train traJnwas was traveling at a speed sp of ofJomiles of4mllen
I Jomiles J mlles an hour Tl The locomotive did didnot didnot didnot
not go Into the djtch and by promptly promptlyapplylag promptlapplyJRg promptlyapplying
applying the emergency air brakes the theengineer tbee theengineer
engineer e brought bro ght his train to Va a stop stopbefore
V before any damage was done Traffic Trafficwas Tramcwas Trafficwas
was delayed three hours in getting the thederailed thederailoo thedetailed
derailed tank back on the track trackVJCT1M trackV trackVJCTIMOFYELLOW
VJCT1M VJCTIM VJCTIMOFYELLOW VJCTIMOFYELLOWV V OF YELLOW YELLOWJACK YEli W WJACK V
V V JACK ON THE ISTHMUS ISTHMUSham ISTHMUSPanama
Panama July HT c Cunninhem Cunning Cunningham
ham ef New York a member of the thePanama thePanama
Panama Pa fkina canal zone police department departmentIs
I is dead d tl from yellow V fever This was wasthe 1asthe wasthe
the Hirst 1St case ca of the disease known to tobave tohave
1 have dccurred Curred in the zone since the ar arprtval arva1
prtval val of Governor oeTDOr Davis The reports reports0f
kef 0f the prevalence of yeMew fever on onless onthe
the isthmus are untrue This year yearlean ear
less than 10 1 cafes c bve occurred occurredJos occurredJos
Jos M Gorgas of the canitary de department depsrtJDeJlt depertinent ¬ I
pertinent is actively 8eUvel working upon im improvements improvements unprovenuents ¬
provements with Ut a view to the better betterment betterment betterment ¬
ment of health conditions conditionsAPOSTOLIC conditionsGI conditionsAPOSTOLIC
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STARTS FOR NEW NEWYORK NEWYORKRome YORKRome YORK YORKRome
Rome July 17 lilIgr Mgr Falconio Fa Icon io apos apostulle
tolic delegate In the United Unit States left letRome leftRome
Rome today for Naples Napl where he will willremain willremain m mremain
remain for a VE few days before sailing
for frfew Yerfc y He took ttfc him a aspecial aspe aspecial
special spe < ial paps paJJlr benediction bftM lctloa for his mis raisskm mission missloe
sloe in the TJnHed ned 3 mu S4ttM51 Mt ajt j sf sfMgr
Mgr M Falconto said d he Auld su1d be glad
to return to hfe worfL WV1 weJ in the United
States wnieh b he bag < K iome > n me e to regard regardwith regardwith
with deep affection atlec He said farewell farewellat
at the station to many notables of the theclerical
clerical world wbo wished him a safe s e
Journey jOurneY8l1d sand and expressed preseed the t hope that
he be h would w ra soon IIOOI be recalled to Rome to toreceive toreeehe toreceive
receive the t red hat hatSAME bat11m hatSAME
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Sra Scranton Oft Pa PaJuly July 17 17Delegates Delegates I
from iom the Central Labor unions of
Scranton ranton CarbondaJe Je Wllkesbarre i
Pittston Plymouth Plymo uth aad d Nanticoke met
today to t hear the report of the commit j
tee which w WM c unsuccessful unsu ful in seeing I
President RoOsevelt elt to present the joint jointV
petition of the unions in behalf of th thi V
Colorado miners Much Mue feeling was
shown according ue to tr the report repor of the thepress th thpross thepress
press committee < over the failure of the
committee to Secure ecure an audience with
the president bat after at a good deal of
talk the decision wajs 1S reached to send sendm
fc telegram m to President Roosevelt R ask askVI
V VI lap g for an early audience audf and when whenVU
VU it was granted gran ted then have the same samecommittee samecommittee
committee call on the president and andpresent andp aMpresent
present p t the petition petitionASK petiUoASK V
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ASK A SUBSIDY SUBSIDYMexico StrnSIDYMexico SUBSIDYMexico
Mexico City July 17 1iGeorge George C
Courtney and William W Ward of ofI I IVanoouer
Vancouver B C are here for the pur purpose purI purpose purpose ¬ I I
pose of inducing the government to togive toGlve togive
give a subsidy to a line of steamers steamersthey steamersthey steamersthey
they propose to establish between betweenCanadian betweenCanadian
Canadian ports on the Pacific coast coastand coastand
and Mexican ports They propose to tomake tomake tomake
make a feature of their business the tb tbImporting theImporting
Importing of Canadian coal Into Mexi Mexicanwest Mexican MexIcan ¬
canwest can west coast ports and for the sup supply supplyot supply ¬
ply plyot of V f the Tetiuanfepec railroad railroadAmong raUroadAmong rai1roadAmong
Among the articles artklesfor for a return cargo cargowould cargowoutd cargowould
would be Mexican exican unrefined sugar and andnative antInaUve
native woods I
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CAUSED CAUSEDTHRVEE THREE DEkTSYesterday EikT fS fSY
Yesterday Y terday the Hottest Dlnthe Dln Dayinthe Ylin Ylinthe
the Windy City for forThree fcrThree forThree
Three Years YearsChicago YearsCbieato YearsChkago
Chicago July Jul JulylTThis 17 = This yas t the e ftpfe ftpfetest b 110ktest
test V day Chicago has experfenped exper U1 edfII Itt Ittsfcore 14 11
thr three years and three death ani amml j jstore 1 1s
ore s of prostrations was ths th SesuJ SesuJThe i resm1tThe 1
The maximum temperature 61 OLt4 4 t9t1 t9t1gr < 0 0grees EF
green gr beats any record in thOweatho thOweathobureau thcweat1ibUreau thewonthebureau
bureau since nce 1801 when 198 Th Svasiso Svasisocorded va vas si zo zocorded
corded There was scarcely any 1 lwz lwzand F 8 8and
and the suffering was was4intense Intense Intensedownttavn ilnlj fl gj
downtown district the heat wass wasseral was waseral 13s 1
eral degrees greater than the emo emorecords etmailli elTibi elTibirecords
records show showAt showV
V At A t 10 oclock tonight the hmt ht alviwe4 Vie4 1
little abatement abatement1 nd the opinion ton of th thwdather lbw6ather thwOather
wdather forecaster was that nQ n xn8lkaldecrease xn8lkal morksidecrease k1tq I Idecrease
decrease Tvould be noted Jtar r it o dty y or ortwo ortwo
two yet yetDetroit < et etDetroit V VDetroit 1
Detroit Mich July 17 l 17ThIs JIhrs This was wasth wasthhottest thf th thhottest
hottest day da of the seasonin season in inthe Inthe D Dthe
the temperature temp rature reaching 96 l6 6 dega degahottest de degrft degrftIndianapolis
lndfanapoJlsJply Indianapolis July liTe1ay 17Tella 17Tellahottest I Ih
h hottest e5t in the year year and there Was as assuflerrnG pi pisuffering nmiT nmiTsurferfng
suffering the thermo thermoSt 1t 1ttrSJi ag agtiIJ
trSJi Ldfes N No Pi praf1ffThWt praf1ffThWtciiort1f
ciiort1f p rtti hi hoa ever
V V St Louis July 17 HThe The temperature temperaturehere t mpe ature aturehere
here todny was 92 There were a few fewprostrations fc fcprostrations cmv cmvprostiations
prostrations prostrationsEXSENATOR prostrationsEXSENATOR prostiationsEXSENATOR
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EXSENATOR DAVIS DAVISGOES DAVISGOES DAVISGOES
GOES TO NEW EW YORK YORKWashington VORII VORIWashIngton YORKWashington
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Washington July l7 11penQ 1Henr Ienry G GDavis GDavis GDavis
Davis arrived at noon n Gn and at 1 oclock oclockleft oclocklelt oc1ockleft
left for New YorkCity The only per persbns pers persbflm
s sbns ns to meet him at the station st fon were wereseveral were wereseeral wereseveral
several relatives It was stated that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the reports thaf he wouW ould stop at atLaurel atLaurel t tLaurel
Laurel Md to see se Senator Se torGorn Gentian Gentianwere Gorunanwere 8n 8nwere
were erroneous Mr Davis going goingstraight goingstntight goingstraIght
straight through to New fw York Yor YorCumberland YorkCurnberlnnd i iCumberland
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Cumberland Md Id July 17 17ExSen 17ExSenatbr 17ErSeeatbr ExSen ExSenator ¬
atbr Davis went east today from fromKeyser fromKe fromKeysor
Keyser Ke scr W v Va Yawhere where he bettp gpant nt the thenight thenight thenight
night sit t the home hOI1e of his brother brotherColonelThomas btotherCoJonel hiotherColonel
Colonel ColonelThomas Thomas B Davis Owing to tothe tothe tothe
the early ear1 hour there was no demon demonstration demonstration demonstration ¬
stration V either at Keyser K yseror torCumber torCumberdid jsrCumberland umher umherland
land He traveled In the theregIlar regular PUll PUllman PIiman
man car with other Pa paseengrs rs and anddId anddid
did not occupy his car Grapeland Grapelandwhich Grapelandwhich raFelandwhich
which was left behind behindSUNDAY behindSUNDAY behindV behindSUNDAY
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SUNDAY AT ATOYSTER OYSTER BAY BAYEoosevelt B BAYV BAYRoosevelt Y YRoosevelt V
Roosevelt and His Family Attended AttendedChrist AttendedChrist AttendedChrist
Christ Church ChurchOjster ChurchOster ChurchOyster
Oyster Bay L I July 17 1 17Tbisvas 17Tbisvasaj This Thl was wasa
a particularly quiet day even for a aSunday aSunday aSunday
Sunday at Sagamore JItU Ul The pres presand preS preSIdent preusIdent
Ident received ived no visitors visitors altboug he heand e I Iaud
and Mrs IrS Iooseveit Roosev 1t entertained ent rtatn d two or orthree or orthree t tthree
three house guests Including Deludl g President PresidentNicholas PresidentNkhdlas I INkhdlus
Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia Columbiauniversity olumMa olumMauniversity i iunhernitj
university As A usual J ual the president t and andirembers andipnibers
irembers of ofhls his family attendWl atten thp thpmorning thlmbhttttg th thinlftiiing t
morning service at Christ EpIscopalchurch Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch
church churchTheodore churchTheodore V VTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt ROOse t V jr the presi presidents presIdents pros prosdents ¬
dents eldest son resumed today the theteaching thete theteacluing
teaching te cl1jng of a class of boys bays1n lit Christ Christchurch ChrItUchurchSundAYscftool ChriOtchurch
church churchSundAYscftool Sunday school At the eon oencluslon 00 00cllslon eonclus1on
cluslon cllslon of his hi school work this year yearat yearat yearat
at Groton Mass when he rettirnedto rettirnedtoOyster retdrned to toO toOyster
Oyster O ster Bay he undertook this tltl work of ofhis ofhis ofhIs
his own volition volitionCAUGHT olitlonCAUGHT
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CAUGHT IN INBURNING BURNING MINE MINEFour MINEPour f fFour
Four Ken in Danger of Death at Oro Orovflle Oroville OroV OrorUle
rUle Cal CalOrovllle CalOrovllIe CalOrovilie
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Orovllle Cal July 17 1FIre Fire at the theBella theBella theBelle
Bella View minenear mtn mine near r Laporte today todaydestroyed t daydestroyed todaydestroyed
destroyed the mill engine fO room t1 and andother andother adother
other buildings close to the mouth of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the big tunnel A huge pile pilcof of tim limber timber jmher ¬
ber lay close to the mout month of the tun tunnel tunnel tunnet ¬
nel and this caught on fire Pour men menwere menwere
were wprklng w rklng In the tunnel when hen the thefire thffire thelire I
fire broke out and fear are enter entertained entertained entertslned ¬
tained for their safety as a the tunnel tunnels tun 1el 1elIs
Is I s strongly stronglytlmbered timbered and It te thought thoughtthese thoughtthese thoughtthese
these timbers will catch fire llrefromtht llrefromththuge 11 fromthe fromthehuge from fromhuge
huge nre fire now blazing The Thcmen men in the thetunnel thetunnel timetunnel
tunnel are I L Byrnes Morgan Mo gan n Bean BeanD BenpD BeanD
D McDonald and Bert Cumley CumleyIiTTMBEB CumleyLUMBER CumleyV
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LUMBER PLANT BURNED BTTBlfEDMontgomery BURNEDlIontgomery BVBNEDrontgomery
Montgomery Ala Ala July 17 17Flre Fire to today today today ¬
day destroyed d troedthe the plant of the Ala Alabama AlabalJ1a Alabaujia ¬
bama Rift Flooring company Loss Lo Los2QO000 5
200000 only partially insured The Theproperty Theproperty Theproperty
property covered four acres Three Threehundred Threehundred Threehundred
hundred thousand feet of dressed d ed lum lumber lumber luauber ¬
ber and 150000 feet of rough lumber lumberwas lumborwas lumberWas
believed the fire firewas firewas
was burned It is V Vwas
was the work of an Incendiary IncendiaryPOTTS Incendlart V Vt
+ + + + + + + + + + + t + e + 4Y + t 4 4OUB
t POTTS OUB DROWNED DROWNEDf DROWNED DROWNEDKansas t tV
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f Kansas City Mo Io July17 July l1Four l1Fourpersons Four +
4 persons were drowned today by bythe bythe +
the capsizing of a skiff V Jn the theBlue 4 +
Blue river at Sheffield Sbeffieldnear near here hereThey + 4I
They were Miss Hester Howell Howellf HoweJtaged Howellaged + I
f aged 20 and Miss Kate KatErCaiverr Calvert +
19 telephone operatorsA A R R RHouse 4
House House1 27 a railway clerk cler and andElmer 4
Elmer C Gelid Guild GUlldwas was the thesenlol 4 4senior j
senior partner in the 4 firm nqp of qt qtGulld V VV
V Guild Loeb Loebf broken HouJeL Houo Houoand EQt I
and j Miss jss Culvert were ViOOJl soon ioO i ibae W H V
have been married + f I
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V ATTHE ATTHEThree MERCY MERCY Of WilD WAVES WAVESTllr
Three Tllr e Masted Schooner Ashore Near Cape Disappoint Disappointment Disappointment Disappointmerit ¬
ment Crew Taken Off Vessel Vess l Will Be Bea e eV
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Va a Total ta Loss
iL 114VAC0 L 1 ACO CO Wash Dsh July iut 17 FThe The threes three1j u umasted
j I masted hooner Zampa en enfrom ratite rowtefrom ratitefrom
V from San Pedro to the Columbia Colwmbfcariver Cohnabiiriver Columbiariver
river in ballast balIutlp Ipst 1psji h her tru4I rrlidder rudiJer r at atand sea seaand neaand
and drifted ashor ash ashokthtgh f t t high highf fTfie de this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning at Leailbatterjs Leedb t1er point on the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north beach about ten miles north of ofCape orCape ofCape
Cape Disappojnimnt DlsappoJ nt During the past pastthree pastthree I Ibree
three days t tbre ere re have been severe gales galesoff galesoff galesoff
off the mouth of the V Columbia Cel BJbIa river riverduring riverduring riverduring
during which it is stated that the Zam Zampas Zampas
pas rudder was carried arri < tl away a The Theschooner Thes Theschooner V
schooner s bo mer was thenceforth at the will willof willor willof
of the wind and after wallowing about aboutfor aboutlor aboutorlseveral
for orlseveral several hours was < finally driven on onthe onthe onthe
the sands of North N rth beach where hE > re she
New Xe ew York July JGi if lHellry Henry G Davis th the tbeDemocaWc theDemocratic
Democratic iMnnineavifcr nomk1eti4ee mine < 8r rfce president pr tnt of oftho
the United S t BCarrive anh arrici iothis ID this city citytonjgjit
tonjgjit incnt ned IS s staying staY atyn q i tt t the Fifth FiftherBa FifthAvejube
Avejube 1n jib jibS
S OMer erBa Rn was men nod and tilt son sonator 1 1atar
atar asked several genUwss e tiolls abo ehout ut tile tileure
ure etesaent f8 nt ant his in majlrr j r of Jm Iivituq
And what is the1 th truth About t ut the thetrouble llietrouhle thetrouble
trouble with the motets1 m minqe t delegates atea who whofailed
to sfce the president he asked uskedwith askedwith
with considerable interest Irt
Tho details of the affair wrr were rx rxplalncfl
to him and s1 lie 1 listened U ttfht1E treiy > i iHeasked
Heasked HV ked in an n1nttr interesting n way W wd what bat ef effert effeet 1 1f
feet f t Judge Jud f Parkers cold etan li1taniu < trd tflc tflcKrnm thJIam Picgram
gram had in thIs M part or t the ea eat t aifl aiflhow 811 < 1 1how
how the work of the odnventfon wa was gen generally panerally ¬
erally regarded When told that j jFOUL
FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED SUSPECTEDLoomis i iI iLoomi
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Loomis May Have Been Killed KilledBefore KilIedj
V V V Before Being Jhr Thrown ThrownOverboard wn wnOverboard
Overboard OverboardLondon I ILondon
London July 17 17Reportk Reports to V both boththe I Ithe
the press association and the centra centraNews entralew9 eutraINew
News ew9 assert that a further V examina examination fxamlnatlon exmiflatlon ¬
tlon of the thebedy body o of F Kent Loomis Loomiswhich Loomwhich Loomiswhich
which was found yesterday at Warren WarrenPoint WarrenPoint WarrenPoint
Point some fifteen fttte Jtmlles mites from Ply Plymouth Pbmouth V V
mouth has hasgiVen given Vgjflrise V rise to grave rsve sus suspicions ausplclol enspiclonp ¬
picions on the th part of the local of officlals o oficials officlahu
ficlals that Mr lr Lpomie met with ih foul foulplay foulpla foulplay
pla play The wound behind the right rI t ear earIs e2 carIa r rIs
Is described de as being circular large largeand largeand largeand
and clean el n and d it is thought that it itwas itwas itwas
was inflicted In lcted before death It is lur lurmied surmired ur
raised that Mr Loomis body bc 7 fell imu imuthe intfJthe irnithe
the water near the Eddystone lignihouse lightho light ligathouse
house houseJeeeph ho V
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hoJeIeph
Jeeeph G Stephens American consul consulat consulat
at Plymouth in response to a lete telegram
gram sent by the Associated AMOC ated Press to tonight tonight ¬
night asking 8skf g him if t tub local reports of offoul 1 1
foul playhRd play had any basis or if he < had hadany hadan hadany
any an ground for suspicion s regarding tne tnedeath tnedeath 1
death of Mr Ir Lo Loomla m replied repliedI i
I regret I cannot make any state statements statements statements ¬
ments prior to the inquest which bleh will willbe mmliibe
be held tomorrow tom MOw Th wound on the thehead tbehead thehead till
head back of the right ear is the size sizeof sizeof I Iof
of a ahalfdolhrr V half dollar The < body bod1s i io fairly fairlrlpreserved fairlypreserved falrtypreserved
preserved especially about the top and andback DelbMk andbank
back of the bead considering the time timeIt timeit
It has been In the water waterWORLDS waterWORLD7S waterWORLDS
WORLDS FAIR F R ATTENDANCE ATTENDANCEOver TTENDANCEI TTENDANCEIOver
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Over Half a Million MilhionAdmissions Admissions Last LastWeek LastV
Week WeekSt WeekSt WeekSt Lastl
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St St Louis July 17 I 1The The attendance attendanceat
at the Worlds fair fairfor for the past seven sevendays evel1dag sevendays
days was more than a half millfchr per persons perSOUSe perSons ¬
sons sonsFollowing SOUSeFollowlnlf SonsFollowIng
Following are the recorded admis admissions admissions admissions ¬
sions Monday 74543 Tuesday lry 87 874i6 7
476 < Wednesday S7165 Thursday ThursdayH SS
791 H Friday 76859 Saturday 91522 91522total 91 91total I Itotu1
total 500359 500359Recapitulation iOO3 9 9RecapitulationApril V V VReciapltuiationAprlI
Recapitulation RecapitulationApril April one day daY1S7 1S7 1S779S
79S 98 May Iay twentysix days 100L3M 100L3MJune 1001381June 1OO131June
June twentysix days 12184836 July Julysixteen JutysIxteen Julysixteen
sixteen days 1279569 total 4063536 4063536TWO 4063iS6TWO 4O63 4O63TWO
TWO HUNDRED PEOPLE PEOPLEHURLED PEOPLEHURLED PEOPLEHURLED
HURLED TO THE GROUND GROUNDCleveland GROUNDCleveland GROUNDCleveland
Cleveland 0 July 17 HTwo Two hundred hundredpersona hundredpersons 1uunredpersons
persons were hurled to the ground to today today today ¬
day bV the collapse of a a stand staId at Brigh Brighton BrIghton Brighton
ton Dark a a suburb suburbA
A ball ballZame game me between amateur clubs clubswas clubswas clubswas V
was In progress and the stand wascrowded was wascrowded
crowded crowdedTen crowdedTen V
Ten persons sustained broken arms armsor arnmor armsor V
or legs while a B number of others were wereotherwise wereotherwise wereotherwise
otherwise bruised and cut cutIt I IIt
It Is said that th t the collapse was caused causedby Causedby dausedby
by the removal of ofsome some underpinning underpinningwhich
which had been carried off ottby by people peoplefor peoplefor peoplefor V I
for fire wood woodr
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r V > DEED D AGED AG 107L 107LIraouato p < V V Vteo C i
l1eX1co teo Clt itt July lTB44n R an1i1 L fit ol olIrouuato
Iraouato lr u ato is dead d < ad at the th agfe agna of 1 1leaves 19 He Heleav Heleaves I
leaves leav largo properties and a great num nUlUItci ¬
11 Itci or lICi ecqpIantf ecqpIantfV dants V V
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now rests high bf hand and dry Atlow At low tide tidethe tidetbe tidethe
the Zampa crew of nine men were all allrescued allrescued allrued
rescued without less of life lIf Although Althoughthe
the schooner fs not much neh damaged d m8ged it itis Itj itIs
is unlikely that she will w l be besalved salved as asno a ano I Ino
no craft < baa ever been dragged off offthee offthne ofithere
thee sand snndsad M she sheJp IK probably act of ofsufficient ofsut uisutildent
sufficient sut cjent value to warrant canaliiig canaliiigacross caft8l1 cailalingacross 1 1ar
across ar to WfHapa harbor harborThe brborThe harborThe
The Zampa is a schooner S of GSf 6S gross grosstonnage grosstonnage gromtonnage
tonnage She is 15149 145 14 feet long and 68 68feet tMfPet 64 64feet
feet beam She was built in 1SS7 at atPort afPort atPort
Port Madison Wash and is owned ownedat ownedat
at San Francisco Her value 1llu Is not notknown notknown
known She has for some time been beenin beenin beerIn I
in the coasting trade plying between betweenPortland betweenPortland I IPortland
Portland and San Pedro
DAVIS IS P PREDICTSHVARMONV PREDICTS E IGTS HAR HARMONY ONY IN THE
V V3
V V c V VV V V c < DBrOCRATIC D MUCRA1C PARTY THl THISYEAR TflIS YF YEA R
were rumors in some sections that thatI tha thaThvsns L
t I i Bryans followers Io1Ftroli were now coming for forI torr forward
j I ward r and nd tsfefctgr ta con eon4jui ol of ztSes 1 h he re rei reDLicd
loilod DLicd vJ f 7 7That
j DLicdTha Tha t canftot ean o be Ido J do not believe it itTher It ItThereis
i Ther Therejs is letatnf Jet ken Of the c communistic cemmu StJe and so soclallstic SQ SQI sociallutic
I clallstic clall tlc fe t feeling luir in the country today than thani I Ihas
i has ha existed for or many years and there therewfll S Swill
will be no qaarceis IS In tne Democratic Democratici D DemocratsDart
i oarty Dart DartU
oartywas DartI
i U I was on the cubcommittee that made madethe madetbe madethe
the St Louis LouIspitfm ptattarm tl and had an op opixKtunKv opuertcn5v
ixKtunKv 10 know kito something somctlu 1 of the theleel f feel feelhee ei eii
i ijn hee I cat betn between < en Mr lr r Hill and Mr Mrtrath Mryan Ir IrAryan
Aryan yan nail I nLn 25 a smure re yo yoti tber ts no is i
trIt trath 1 in the rumors of war in the party partyV
Mr r Davis D spoke sp ke vfry J ry highly of or Mr MrBryan MrL V
Bryan and ehararterixed eharadE > riaM hire as a astnjnic astrun S Sstrijng L
stnjnic strun Moral man Ran and very good in his ku I
family familyFAST bmihFASf V
FAST TRAIN TR TRAINDERAILEC DERAILED DERAILEDA
A Dozen Doz Persons V Injured One OneSeriously OneSe OncSerioqsIy
Seriously Se io4sly Near Dallas DallasTexas DallasTexas
Texas TexasDaHasy TexasDaB
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DaHasy DaB T TL x July 17Nearly 7 Nearly a doeen dUGenW doeenpersons 1
persons were W injured one dangerously dangereusih V
in the demifhient of a northbound pnswnarer pasIIfngtr pas pansonget
wnarer train No 87 on the ParisCIe ParisCIefcurne ParJsCJeuTtJe ParisClebuno
fcurne uTtJe line of the Gulf Colorado ColoradoSanta CeIomcJo1ta 1 1Santa
Santa 1ta Fe F railroad nine miles south of ofhere ofhere o ohote
here today todayThomas h todayThomas ay ayThomas
Thomas Gray baggageman ba ga JR1tn of Ckv Ckvborre Cleburre Cm Cmburre
burre was pinned plll ed under the heavy heavysrfe MVYsCe eav eavaVfe
srfe and a a trunk in the baggage car carand carhnd ca caand
and suffered < serious injuries Among Amongothers Ainon Ainonothems JnORtOtbeTS
others hurt were wereM
Mcp M t Birdie > Pair pa r V Dallas leg I cut cutMr cutuir
Mr lJ rS Lhnrie Crockett Cro kett Rock Island IslandTex IslandTfx IslandTet
Tex arm hurt hurtJ
J M Crockett CfO > kett her son leg bruised bruisedMrs brnisedMrs cd
Mrs Mr X n Curry CaMwell Tex p pside
side hurt hurtMany hurtMany
Many others were thrown about the theear tb e ecar
car V VJust
carJust
Just as the train w was making a sharp sharpcurve sharpcurve p
pe
curve at a a high lgJt rate of speed the thebaggage thebA th thluggage e
baggage bA car left the rails the remain remainder remxinder remainder ¬
der of the train With the exception r rof
of the rear sleeper following followingGAMBLING followingV OIlotin OIlotinIZII
IZII IZIIGAMBLING
V GAMBLING GAMBLINGINVWYOMING GAMBLINGINVWYOMINGV GAMBLINGINVWYOMINGfity IWWYOMIMG IWWYOMIMGCity IN WYOMI JG JGCity V
City Council of ofsheridan Sheridan Collects Collectslicense CollectsLicense S SLicense
license licenseSpecial LicenseSp LicenseSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldSteridan ReraJdSteridan
Steridan Wyo W o July 17 1The The law lawabMIng lawabiding lawabiding V
abiding people of Sheridan are great greatly greatI ea eay ¬
ly y Incensed lnce eet1 at the alleged unlavrul unlavrulaction pntawftru unlawful unlawfulaction I
action of the city council in passing an anordinance annlL1ute a ru
ordinance which w icb permits its gambling It Iti niJ I Ie Vt
i iJ alleged that a recent meeting meetin of the thecouncil t1coUlKII tt ttcouncil e
council an ordinance was passed HeeDs licensing Ilcenslag ¬
lag bIlliard bUnardsames games bowling games and andother andotber an U UV
other games mes The license for bil billiards billiards billird V ¬
liards and bowling is 5 and 10 O per perquarter pe pequarter r rquarter
V
quarter respectively while tne tli license licensefor licensefor lfcensfor
for other games is 180 l O per paquarter paquarterThe quarter quarterThe quarteiThe
The state supreme court recently de declared declared tiedared ¬
clared that the antigambling law is isvalid Isvalid I Ivalid
valid and leading le ding citizens propose to toan t tfluud
1 fluud ld out lf f th the city council an < pass passan pets S San
an ordinance permitting pennittingOgamb1ipg gambling gamblingwhen gamb1ipgwhen r rwhen
when the state laws prohibit the vice viceNO vices viceNO victNO
s
NO NEW CASES CASESI CASESJlexleo
I V Mexico City ty July Juf 17 loThe The superior r
board of health reports 1C orls no new cases of ofyellow orYtIlow f fyellow
yellow fever In the tltclaot hot country aDd on onthe onthe s 0 0the
the coast and in the cities citiesAGED cUieIf V VAGED
If IfAGED
AGED KANSAS EDITOR EDITORCOMMITS EDiTORCOMMITS
COMMITS SUICIDE SUICIDESt E ELouis
+ St Louis July 17 1iAfter After leaving leavinga +
+ a note containing directions for forhIs 4 4f 4 4his
+ hIs funeral and requesting that thatfiles + I
4 f files of newspapers he had h d edited editedin +
+ in Kansas In pioneer days be sent sentto 4
9 4 to the Kansas State Historical so society 4 f
4 f clety Frederick W Braunhold 70 70yearn +
4 4 years old a former form r printer and nndpublisher 4 4publIsher
4 publisher committed suicide to to today 4 4 4day
4 + day by shooting himself through tbrought throughthe 4 +
4 t the heart hea He EJ was Ya despondent depo1ldentO 4 4 4aver
+ f over O r qj ggalV IUffrevlousto 1tThlous jPrevious to the thech1 +
+ civil warfiq W ll published a German Germanweekl +
4 + weekl weekly 4
k + + + + + t + + + + + + + + + 4
V
POLICE OFFICER OFFICERKILLS OFFICERV OFFICERKILLS I IKilLS
V KILLS DETECTIVE DETECTIVELatter
V 4
Latter Had Been Attacked by a aCrowd aCrowd
Crowd at a Picnic PicnicSHOT PicRinI PicRinSHOT
4 I
SHOT TWO OF THE RIOTERS RIOTERSKILLED RIOTERSKILrmiBY RIOTERSC
C
V KILLED KILrmiBY ILL BY r T1P3 T PQjaBKAN PO N BY BYHISSAXE BYns 3YbIISPAKB
HISSAXE HISSAXEEW ns AXB AXBN
M EW EWYO YORK 1tK J Jllly fy 17 lAfter After shooting shootingWttliana shootingGorricy shootingl
N l Wttliana Gorricy and Atorixo A1oJ zo Do Dorondo 10rvnd
rondo of 2f Manhattan hattan during d rlng an anattack anattark anattack
attack made upftt vpn him ttmignt t by a acrowd acrowd acrowd
crowd of men at Sehurers picnic park parkat parkat parkat
at Cerbaa I 1 L L I Charles Conran a de detective detective ¬
tective en duty ty in citizens clothe clothesought dothftsought clothessought
sought refuge under a dancing plat platform platform
form and was there shot and killed by byPoliceman b bPolJcema
Policeman John J n P Gerrity GenityConrans I Ia
Conrans light with the crowd ca Hd Hdn eeti
a call to be sent in for police reserves reservesWhen Hervehen
When hen they arrived several in the crowd crowdtold crowdtold crowdtouT
told the officers that the mea who did didthe didthe
the shooting shoot was under the platform platformNothing platformNolJllng platformNothing
Nothing was said about Cosran be being beJJg behug ¬
hug a detective nor of hi his having shot shotIn shotJfl j jin
in selfdefense e Gerrity crawi craw crawled d under undflthe j
the platform and ordered Conran to tocome tocome i icome
come out Receiving no answer be hefired befired befired
fired and Conran was instantly In tantly killed kiltedNeither killedN
Neither N Ither Gorricy n1cy nor Dorondo who whowere whowere whowere
were shot by Cotoran during the at attack attack attack ¬
tack was dangerously dan usly wounded woundedIOWA WOUDdedCiiD
CiiD CiiDIOWA
IOWA IOWAMANBOLTS MAN BOLTS BOLTSXeittior BOLTSNeithor V VNeither
Neither Parker Nor the Platform PlatformPleases PlatformPlcpscs
Pleases One Max Maxvell MaxvellDes Maxrefl eH eHDCS
Des Moines roine la July 17 1A A W V Max Maxwell Maxwell Maxwell ¬
well who managed the Heat faction factionin
in Iowa and who has been generally generallyrecognized generallyrecognized Jly Jlyrerognlzed
recognized as the head of the t Hearst Hearstfaction H HfKctlon Beauutfaction
faction in the state sta in a signed state statement statement statemont ¬
ment issued tonight repudiates the ac action action solion ¬
tion of the Democratic national con convention convention convention ¬
vention in St Louis and declares his hisintention hisintention
intention of belting the ticket Mr MrMaxwell MrI
I Maxwell tenders laM resignation retd tion as a amember ammb
member mmb of the Democratic state com committee committee ¬
mittee and relinquishes rellnqul be8 all claims up upon up upon ¬
on the chairmanship of that body to towhich towbich
which he was elected by the Demo Democratic Demoerotic Democratic ¬
cratic convention but which has since sincebeen sincebeen
been in dispute disputeMr dleJutllr
Mr 31 Maxwell I ell says 1Ja he can countenance countenanceneither counteaaneeneither
neither the < candidates nor the plat platorm pJatorm
orm of the St St Louis convention He Hesavs Hesa Hesays i
says sa
sane The party has been bound bouaR sagged saggedand
and delivered bodily bodtlyinto into the control controlof
of the very Interests ts I have been flght flghtmg Alhthtg ght ghthig
mg for the th past eight years yearsWAR y yWAR yearsV
V WAR ON TUBERCULOSIS TUBERCULOSISWestern
Western Reserve University Will Es Establish EatabUsh Establish ¬
tablish a Dispensary DispensaryCleveland DispensaryCJ DispensaryCleveland
Cleveland CJ veJand 0 July 101 1 rme The trustees ol olthe o orthe t tthe
the Western Reserve R e university u have havevotMl haevot hamevoted
voted vot to establish e an antituberculosis antituberculosisdispensary aJtit alitituberCUJOSiSdispensary ubereulosis ubereulosisdi
dispensary di en ary in connectiop with th tM medical medicalschool
school This is the secoad dispensary d of ofits ofits ofits
its kind to be opened in the tt7nttPd lTnK tntPd d State StateIn Statebi
In France and Germany the dispensary dlsgvensaryhas
has nfecAdy f1rffl4lYcoto COOKS to xvpreeeirt 1 a most at atteetjve f ffertJve ftf1tJn
fertJve Instrument to the tit ciiisad against againstfntoprcxiloF agIOJnatfubp againstfuiboitu1oii <
fntoprcxiloF fubp V Cooperating ttDK with the themedical theedl
medical edl a1 fealty in the work w rk of the dis dispemtarv dlsPfl1ArT
pemtarv are the Association Jatlon of Naraes Naraesapd NDnfSa1Mi liiceeasl
apd the t Associated Aa Charities of Clove Cleveland C Cloveland e eJa ¬
land landThe Ja
landThe The function fund Ion Or f the dispensary > in in the theantitnbemilosis theantitultereulosis theantltflberCUIOSlS
antitnbemilosis movement is s chiefly chieflypreventive chlelYprevendft chieflypreventlYe
preventive It r registers stetr those who are areInfected areInected areInfected
Infected with the disease locates houses boosesin eS eSIn
in which tubercular t persons live educates educatesoervons educatesimersons ucatt8 ucatt8loenons
loenons oervons along fundamental tundam ntal hypenic hy nk lines itnefland Jinesand linesand
and its agents agentsdalt visit the homes of f the sick sickJnstructions 8iCkI
I giving Instructions In ft tbs care of those thoseSECURE tb tbafflicted
afflicted with the disease dtMaaec dtMaaeSECURE
c
V
SECURE SMALL BOOTY BOOTYThree BOOTYi BOOTYThree
i Three Masked asked Men en Hold Up Albany AlbanyHotel AlbanyHotelBartender AlbamtyV
V Hotel HotelBartender HotelBartenderThree Bartender BartenderThree BartenderThree
Three masked men walked into the thebarroom thebarroom thebarroom
barroom of the Albany hotel 606 5 West WestSecond WestSecond WestSecond
Second South street at t 12M 12 oclock oclockthis oclockI oclockthis
I this morning and held up the bar bartender bartender bartender ¬
tender They walked Into the t place placeshortly placeshortly placeshortly
shortly after fter it had been opened up upf upafter
j f after the Sunday Suada closing All the rob robI robbern
I bers were armed with revolvers While Whiletwo WiLlietwo VAileI
two of themen the5 men covered the bartender bartenderwith bartenderwith bartenderwith
with their weapons eaO the third thirdrilled rifled the thecash thecA thech
I
cash cA h register Between n 6 and 3 3xII 8 wa waall wnall
all that was secured as only a small smallamount smallI smallamount
II I amount of change is left in the till over overSunday overt overSunday
t I Sunday SundayPatrolmen SundayPatrolmen SundayPatrolmen
1 Patrolmen Lincoln andTCIive and blve were wereput wereput wereput
put on the thetrak track of the robbers but up upI upto upto
I to an early hour had not caught them themMANY themuI themMANY
uI uIMANY
MANY CONVERSIONS CONVERSIONSAND
V AND 42000 RAISED RAISEDLancaster RAISEDI RAISEDLancaster
Lancaster Lanca rter < Pa PaJuly17At July 17 toAt At the an annual anmlal anneal ¬
I neal missionary mi8sl nat services of the Chris Christian Chris1iAn ChrisSian
tian and Missionary Ut Alliance for the thedistricts t tdistricts thedistricts
districts comprising Pennsylvania New NewJersey NewTersey NewJersey
Jersey Maryland d and the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia held today at Rocky R Springs Springspark Sprlnppark Springspark
park over 42tW was raised for foreign foreignmissions foreignmiBSlons foreignmissions
missions missionsAll miBSlonsAll missionsV missionsAll V
All the services e9 were marked byeat by bygreat byV
V great eat enthusiasm enthusiasmThere enthusiasmTher enthusiasmThere
There were many conversions conversionsbaptisms con ani anibatlsmsand an anbapiIsms
baptisms batlsmsand and a number > testified te tiftecl to tojngcuretl be bein beV
in jngcuretl cured of bodily ills through tlIrou the thepower thelWwer thepower V
power of the healing services servicesDECIDED servIc servIcDECIDED
111 jt jtDECIDED
DECIDED INNOVATION INNOVATIONON
ON PART OF OFMENELIK OFMENELIKRome MENELIK MENELIKRome V
MENELIKV
Rome July Jul o 17 170ffici18 Officials of the Ita Italian ItaUnn ItaV ¬ V
lion government goernm nt are re absolutely ab with without without without ¬ V
out information regarding the state statement statement statemont ¬
ment cabled from here and circulated circulatedin
in the United States that Bmperor BmperorMenelik ElnperorlUeneJik idnuperonMenelik
Menelik of AbyseHnia Aby laia has decided to tosend toI tosend
send Has llakkennon one of Us prin principal principal prindpal ¬ j
I cipal advisers a vlsts as minister to Washing Washington
ton The officials say that the Abyssi Abyssinian 1byut11a11 Abyselmilan ¬
milan emperor has no representatives representativesin repre
in any part of the th world and that there therehas tbe tbehtL therehas
has < been no talk or other indication indicationthat indicationthat indicationthat
that such an innovation as that men mentionttd mentiontd mentioned
tionttd te 1 contemplated contemplatedDROPPED contemplatedDROPPED contemplatedDROPPED
o
DROPPED DEAD WHILE WHILECELEBRATING VHILECELEBRATING
CELEBRATING MASS MASSNew MASSt MASSNeW MASSNda S I
t
New NeW York July J Jy 17 11Very Very Rev RevStephen RevStephen RevStephen
Stephen Kealy provincial provJ clal of the Pas Passion Passion Pealon ¬
sion lon Order in the United States Statesdropped Statesdropped Statesdropped
dropped dead today while celebrating celebratingmass eelebratlngmass t tS
mass in the St Michaels chapel of the themonastery themonnstco themonastery S
monastery of the order at West WestHoboken WestHobOken
Hoboken N J 1 He was stricken with withapoplexy withapoplexy witiapoplexy 1
apoplexy and fell on the altar Steps Stepsdying tCP8 tCP8tljng i idying
dying almost immediately immediatelyFather tmmeditelFather V VFather
Father Kealy was as born in Ireland in in1S4S ii I
1S4S and celebrated the silver jubilee jubileeof C Cof
of his ordination a year ago He was waselected waselected wa C Celected
elected to the head of the Paseionists Paseionistsin r rln1Sili
in ln1Sili 1S99 l lKING
° 0 iii II IIKING
V
KING EDWARD A GTEBST GTEBSTLondon GUJ3SLondon
London July 17 liRilm King Bdward was wasa wasa wa C
a a weekend guest of an American Americanhostess Americanhortess Amerlcaihoatess I
hostess hortess Mrs George Cavendish Bent Bentencke Belltencke Beuiteudke
encke who was Miss Livingston of ofNew ofNew o oNew
New York at Higheliffe castle astirVhri5 Christ Christchurch Christchurch Vhri5 Vhri5church
church He accompanied a < a house hl > ue i Iart Iartwhfch lartwhich arty artyWhich
Which iBOluded F PPt verM Arsnri Anwrican an His Hismajesty Hismajesty S SmajestY
majesty today iJuurd uLtr iol 4 the ti irn r ou ouwhich o owhIch
which he was entertained fntert in at lunchoou lunchoouby OLlJ m
by Sir ThomaS Lilton
THROUGH THROUGHDARDANELLES THROUGHDARDANELLES THROUGHV THROUGHDARDANELLES
DARDANELLES DARDANELLESRussian V Vussian
I IRussian
V
Russian R Guardship Has Passed Passedin
V in Safety SafetyLITTLE
4 4LITTLE j
1
LITTLE NEWS FROM ROM FAR EAS EAST EASTSE EASTAPANESB
I
JAPAlESE J SE SSHMTO sm TO BB BBLY X XLT LmStrltE LmStrltELY
LY ADVASXJlilGv ADVASXJlilGvLondon ADVANOINGI ADVANOINGIoIIclen
I
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4London + + + + +
+ London July Jul llrTh Constar C COcatathuLpie taI1 taI1tlDopIe +
4 tiaoaie correspondent of oftbe the Stand Stanrlad Standard +
4 and in a dMpsAcfe dlQMCkdttted d dated d July i i4says 1an +
4says 4sayst + an +
anTIle
+ t TIle Russian Ru gaardskip gnard8 lp Cher CherSomorets > r rDOft1Oets +
+ aomoretx paaeed paee d through th the Bo Bophorus Bosphorun +
V + phoru from to the Black sea a this thismomjng thsmornIng +
4 morning morningThe momjngThe 4
4 + 9 9The +
4 4V The ChenwBtoretx is a gun yes 4 9net
V 4 4 net bek belonging > nKtn r to th the Black Sea sea1Ieet 4 4Sleet
4 9 fleet and carries tw tw SincOi guns gu ns nsone 4 4one
4 one 8Inch gun and seven quick qutckftrlag qulckV qulckCring +
4 + V firing and machine guns She is iseqKipped usequipped >
4 equipped with two torpedo tubes tubeand tub + 1 1sndcarrieaacreirefliS
4 + and sndcarrieaacreirefliS carries a craw of t 1M 1 1L 4 4I 4ONDON
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I ONDON July 1 1Tbe The Stan Stanimr StanimrL < iArd iArdTokte rlj rljTokto
L L Tokte correspoBdent cabling UD UDdate und unddte < >
date of July J1t IT says the Jlji Shirr ShirrJK ShlTto Stui Stuie
to JK y e in an editorial riaL expressed the b b4 bcthat > r rthat fthat
that Great Britain wfH see that Turkv Turkvleads Turk Turklends Turieends
leads l lI Ida no assistance by allo alloing alloIng alien alienng
ing I ng steamers of the volunteer volUlt r fleet i ipass tPft88 > ians
pass p ans the Dardanelles DardanellesThe
The Jlji Shirapo declares that thatBritaiit Or OrBritain r rBrital <
Britain hi bound under tile ts term termsthe termthe termhe
the t he AngioJapanese alHance to prevent preventsuch pre presuch s such
such s assistance being beI given givenCOIOCBNT ghrenCOMldENT givenCO3DIBNT
COIOCBNT UT INLOIIDON LONDON LOZTOOZTBritish LONDONBritish V VBritish
British Govemraent Govemm GovernmentUrged Urged to Take TkaEarly TakEarly TakeEarly
Early Action ActionLinden ActionI ActionT4MLdan
Linden I nden July IS 18AImost Ahnost without fX fXoeptkm ereption T Toeptlon
oeptlon c the newspapers this morntrr morntrrin t tIn rn
in I n editorials or otherwise cemanent n non 111 111on a an
on o n the Ruesian volunteer fleet stear stearers stearers si as asra
ers e ra passing pa eing the Dardanellee and tn tngovernment t t tovernment 1 1govCrJU1leIlt
government g is urged to take act acUrl a ti tispecially Inn Innespecially 1 1e
especially e e for the protection of orcommerce it itcommerce 1 1commerce
commerce in the Red sea ea aud a d neigh neigiboring neighboring eigt eigtoring
boring b watersThe watersThe waters watersThe
The Daily Telegraph coni COfhldtng dlng an anoutspoken anoutspoken a autspoken
outspoken o protest written with wi th traces tracesof trBMJof trarsef
of o f governmental go ernmental inspiration aays myaThere
There is a a limit to oomptateanr oomptateanrwhen comp1a I1 1 1JVben m mwhen
when neutral cofaraaarce under the Bm Bmish BrltWi Br BriiilnmoiesttiInawaytoui
ish i iiilnmoiesttiInawaytoui iiilnmoiesttiInawaytouiwe dag is molested in a way to whi wbli wbliWi h hwe
we have been for a century and a hai haiunused h hunused J j ju
unused unusedSpeetal u used V VSpedal
usedSpedal
Spedal dispatcher di8pl from from Berlin B Berlinhe rlin e ed edthe < r rthe >
the t he feeling of irritttioa Irrl that exists existsJTRTtT existsLoDdoa existsos
LoDdoa I os
LoDdoaBBLD
JTRTtT BBLDoUB FOUR HOURS HOUBSAnothea HOURSAnothe1 BOUBSAnothen
Anothea British BritishSteamer Steamer Stopped by bythe bythe byV
V the Russiaas RussiaasIx RusqiaBs RusqiaBsLoDdon BusiansLondon
Ix London > adon July lrA dh dispatch patch frnrn frnrnAden frnAden I
Aden to the Daily Mail Ila says that t tcaptalR tIJ tIJcap taptain
cap c IJa of the British itmajiar eiear Wa Waipara Wapara Wapam
para pam reports perta that the R Rnealkn e fen volun volunteer volult vol u i ieer ¬
teer t eer steamer St Petersburg signal signalhim aigntLIi aigntLIihint signalhim
him to atop Toy bring across the rJ rJor I Iof pov povof <
of his vessel on JMr 1i I6 while tw twt tw1 tsi tsV tsmiles
t t3 i V miles elf Jebei JSosjur naur in the R R Rsoo i isea Im IThe
sea a m
seaThe The Russians Ru examined th Itf papers paarthe o othe r rthe
the Walpara and declared that t ihf ihfwould thiwould t h hwould
would hold the ship as a prize Th ThcptalB Thcptlll rt rtcaptain
cptalB protested and wa was tak taken takenboard a r 4 > a abeard ubcId
beard the St Petersburg Pet where wheregave h hgave hgave <
gave the Russian officers a guarantor guarantorthat guarantthst guaratthat
that there were neither arms nor am ammunition ar armunition l lmuDfti ¬
munition muDfti n on board the Walpara des destined de detined d diLted ¬
tined t for Japan The vessel was w s d dtained dtafned i iahued
tained t for four hours and was then thenlowed tb tbowed H i ilowed
lowed l to proceed proceedThe prooeeflThe proceedThe
The captain confirms the report thy thythe th ththe t ii iithe
the Peninsular Sc Oriental companys companyssteamer companyssteamer coumpan s ssteamer
steamer Maiaica was seined in the R Re ItsSea < i isea isea
sea July 11 by the St Petersburg Petersburgthe n nthe < > i ithe
the ground that she carried arms ami amimunitions a r41 r41DlumUOns n nmunitions
munitions of war for the Japanese Japaneseernnient gov government gO gOernmeat ¬
ernment ernmeatSCA1P1 V
SCANT WAR KBWS KBWSJapanese NHWSJapanese NBWJapanese
Japanese AdvanciHg AdvancingBut But Seami SeembtgIy SeembtgIyin ly lyin
in N No Hurry HurrySt
St Petersburg July 1 14 55 a m mNews ml mlNews t tNews
News from the front both official ar axunoftlolaJ siunofIiol1 I IunoSloial
unoSloial is remarkably scant Ger Gereral Gereral Greral
eral Sakharoffs S report which w ich brings bringsthe brInthe 1uln 1ulnthe
the situation up to July 15 1i dos m mmentlon ntmention n nmention
mention the occupation of Yiakow buu buuspeaks bu i ispetlks cspeaks
speaks of the Russians driving out th thJapanese thJapanese UiJapanese
Japanese from the coast town of Hu Huantichan Huantlchan Huantichan
antichan between Tinkow and Kai Kaichou m al alehon i ichou
chou On the other hand according accordingto accordinuto
to General Sakharoff the advance dvan dvanT advanceTa T TTa >
Ta T Tche Kiao Is continuing C leisurely leisurelyThe lelsurelThe leisurelyThe
The Japanese e advance parties appar apparently apparently apparently
ently are retiring southeastward from fromTa fromT8 ZronTa
Ta Tche Klao while strong parties partiesare partieare partiesare
are entrenobins between Fenshui an ani aniMotlen I Iilotien iMotlen
Motlen passes passesA p mes mesA
A special s ecial dispatch from Mao Yang Yangthe Yangthe Yangthe
the date of which is doubtful thought thoughtseemingly thOUgtlseemIngly thougruseemingly
seemingly about contemporaneous contemporaneouswith
with Lieutenant General SakhawrfCs SakhawrfCsreport Sakhalottsrenort Saharoffnreport
report says saysA SaysuA sassA
uA A British gunboat appeared a peared off Yln Ylnkow Ylnkow Yinkow
kow July 15 The commander wanted wantedto want i ito
to enter the port to guard the inter interests mt lntreats r rMts ¬
eats of the British residents In vie vieof V1eof viev vievof
of the probability that the town ma mabe tziabe c cbe
be shortly occupied by the Japanese JapaneseStvoutch JapaJIepuStvoutch JapaneFStvoutch I
Stvoutch hoisted a battle flag went wentout wentout u uout
out and requested the British Tea vessto V Teato F Fto
to draw off ottwkleh which it 6M It Is re reported re reported reported ¬
ported the gunboat returned later with withtwo WHhtwo wlritwo
two other vessels ve All these put to tosea hsea t tsea
sea that night nightThe BightThe nightThe
The enemy is continuing the an anvance aiJ aiJvance a avance
vance General ilistchenkea force in inwarm inann inwarm
warm skirmishes es south of Kanchi dis discovered discovered dlscovered ¬
covered a big force of Japanese e mov moving mo moIng movlag ¬
ing toward Tanchi and Slwautchen SlwautchenThe Sl mutoheuThe utoben utobenThe
The groups of Japanese to the south southward south4ward souttuward
ward remain about stationary statloeiYIIrAY 7 7MAY
MAY BE OIBOTJBEE AHBAD AHBADBussia A J1JZA AD ADBussia 0 0Russia
Bussia Taking TakingOhances Chances in Stopping StoppingHeutral SoppingNeutral stoppingeutral
Neutral Vessels VesselsSt
St Petersbor July ITThe new newthat net nettbat n nthat
that the lan 1t1d volunteer steamshn steamshnSmolensk stelUll steaunohuiSmolenak hl p pSmolensk >
Smolensk and St Petersburg Petersb Petersburgcnuisluig rg nor norcruising no noctuiIg
cruising in the Red Sea are stopping stoppingships stoppingIPS stoppi i imilp6
ships of neutral nations and search int intthem i ithem rJ rJthem >
them for contraband of war Is eauptnc eauptncthe cau cauuIi cauuIithe fn C Cthe
the liveliest interest in all circles Ru Rusia R Peta u ubas
eta bag evidently weighed weigh d the questn questnbelieves questibelieves quest I IbelIeves
believes herself to be within ter righ righand tigrand rig rigand <
and neither fears nor anticipates inte intenational int intmLtloDal liiiimtlonal
national complications eompllc tlons Indeed sor sorof siof n nof
of the powers may have been aonndM aonndMby soundiby sound soundby
by Russia on the subject Neverth Neverthless Neverthless Nevertliless
less foreign opinion te awaited eagerlY eagerrand eagerlYand eagerxmore
and more or less I criticism is i expected expectedMembers ex oxpect tIL tILMembers I IMembers
Members of the diplomatic corps ai aikeenly alkeenly a akeenly
keenly dnxlous nx1ous to ascertain the vievs vievstheir view viewtheir eS eStheir
their governments go ernment will take of the pas passage pa pasage pasage ¬
sage through 1 the Dardanelles S of thes thesvessete thesvessels thesvessels
vessels of tt the volunteer fleet as mer merchantmen merchantmen merehautmen ¬
chantmen and their subsequent con conversion conve convendon ¬
version ionlnto into ships of war The general generalview generalview generalview
view in diplomatic circles even wher wheri1entlment whersentknent vhersentiment
sentiment is not particularly V friendry friendryto friendito
to Russia is that while the passage of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Dardanelles Dard nelleS might be considered con kleredpiece a apiece apiece
piece of sharp arp practice on the part of ofRussia otRu ofRussia
Russia Ru it is an accomplished fact and andthe andthe andthe
the powers will not now regard it as asa asa
a violation of othe the treaty of Paris bu buwill but butwill buwill <
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