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I in the East EastSOME EastSOME Eastj EastYOUNG
R1 EW V YORK YORIt July Jul 19 iLWhile While the uie reort record recordof record recordFq
N Fq of denthe q8th and proHtraUoiiH prOtrlUOlM greatly greatlyexceeded gnty gntyexceeded greatlyeceeet1etI
exceeded that of yesterday eterday thoro thoroi Uero UeroA tharowis
wis A i a distinct tatnt diminution today todlY In the thetent thetemltrkture thetemperature
tent temltrkture temperature erHtura prevailing lreafng throughout the thethe thethe thethe
the eastern estern section HcUon of the country Al Although AJthoulh Although ¬
though thoulh the midday heat was wa everywhere everywhereterrific everywher everywhereterrific
terrific it was broken lroken by scattered satteredthun satteredthundertorme thun thunderwtormu thundentorm
derwtormu dentorm mnny of a very violent violen vlolez char charaster charater charaster
aster ater and toward evening evenln the tempera temperature temper temperature ¬
ture fell rapidly With j this welcome re relief r reHef ¬
lief came the announcement from the thetveather thew theweether
tveather w ther bureau bureu tonight that the abate abatement abae abaement abateflietit ¬
ment in the heated term had been gen general en enoral ¬
oral enl and an that moderate moerte temperatures temperatureswould temlHrature temperatureswou141 Jen Jenenl
would probably lrohKlly prevail prevnl for several sverl days daysfl
In fl the Middle Iddle Atlantic AUuntc and New England EnglandgUtes Englandstates
states gUtesIn statesIn Engand EngandI
In I New ew York the holiest hhrhet temperature temperaturerecorded temperaturererded temperaturerecorded
recorded rerded was J 1 5 one one degree degre lower than thal tha thathat
that t of yesterday when e the highest het reo reoonl reoPhlulephfL roeord
onl of 01ttr the season t was reached 1 a
Philadelphia PhlulephfL reported rel > orte a slightly sligh tly higher highermaximum highermxImum higherinexhnuni
maximum mxImum range ntgt and Ind in other cities clUe the
lllffheMt 1lluwt point of yesterday eterday WAS not nottouched nottohed nottouched
touched tohed while whie everywhere evtrywhere a sharp fall fallwan fdlA failwea
wan emcee A noticed hUced beginning beglnnlns early erly in the aft afternoon af aftemcee ¬
Yesterdays Record RecordFollowing RecordFolowlnl RecordFoilowing
Following Folowlnl aw Rl the maximum tempera tempeN
turea tun the maximum humidity humidiy and fl1 the
deaths of deth heat het and KJd prostrations IlrOtrltons from the effects effectsof effet effectsof
Max KM EuIew Prostra ProstraTemp ProtrR ProtrRlcmp
I Temp midity mlllt Deaths Deths lions lionsNew ton
New York 9 p 5 7B 7 75 7 1CT
I Philadelphia PhIRdlphla 058 9 S 48 4 10 16 W WmortT 41 41BaiUrnor
Baltmort BaiUrnor mortT 922 9 77 T 4 5 5ilngton 5I
VR Vsl11lfltOfl llJSt ilngton J 92 I a 95 1 34 34n 1 4
D Bot1l n 01 G8 G t 1 1ffA1 35 5i
I Piiti4narg ffA1 burs g 87 TO 5 6
8 g gAs
Buffalo 70 6 84 0 0 0Aa 0IHud
Aa limiHl the maximum IKxlmum official oCCclal tom tomperatureH t ternXieraturea m mpnturN
peratureH pnturN were everywhere exceeded xcetd by b bthu
thooe thu prevailing prevaing in l the tl crowded districts districtswltere distrfctswhere
where the actual temperature frequently frelluenty
r exceeded eceeded 100 10 degrce degrceAn deCre0 deCre0An
An Appalling Appalng Total TotalThe TotalThe TotalThe
The The cumulative eumulK 1ve effect of the continued contnued
torridity of these days wa painfully pKlnruly evi cviL ¬
dent In the enormous fnormOUK hwreKHt inerease I HITCHHO wUI of the num ¬
L bar br of deaths In Now N w York While the
dlth death roll rol of yesterday was only onl twenty twent
fllx lx that llat of today reached the appalling >
aln alnell
total ell of seventyfive HventYfve being bing nearly nealy uf half halfof hKIt haltot
of o thotte thO prostrated llrstrted This was almost almostentirely alm0t alm0tttrely almostI
entirely ttrely due to the collapse colal > of young
I children chidren and aged persons whose ex cxnsted
Jwtinted of tt further ttd vitality vltalh suffering was wa 1ln8 unequal untoual to the strain strainof strulnof strainof
After ror a t night of sweltering swelering hoat spent
J y by thousands in the
tholKnds streets stret in the pub ¬
lie l parks on piers pier along < the river front frontHid frontAll frontapd I
Hid All In every eer vacant place I > lace that promised promiseda promis < d
a breath hreU1oC breatliof of air the conditions coudltons that con ¬
I fronted 1rolted the people llople of New York this thisiMorning thl6ulonlng thisI
I iMorning ulonlng were w re terrifying terrlf lng The sun rose
In a M cloudless cloudles sky and hour after afer hour hOlr I
I the heat grew gew more and more intense intenseJSvory e
lery JSvory ambulance ambulancewag was kept busy and by b bnln
r nln niton flraru 111 the hospitals hopluls were crowded with wih sot sotr uf
Deluge D = luge of o Rain RainAt RainAt RainAt
At 3 oclock In the afternoon afternon came cme the
JoBKprayedfer OIKYMter relief relef when a terrific
tlMUMLeratorm thund8ntorm and a deluge of rain rhl terrIfc burst burstJimg burt
over Brooln Brookjyn and the lower part of Man lon
9itt4qfruntr ttunt SOtOR soctioss 0C New Jerse Jersey In
I p1roogTpn ORIr two men wor wore struck b bi light
Jimg 11 ng and seriously 8rlonsl hurt and in Jersey Jery lght
City Cit one man was WI killed kied While Vhle the ton
lasted a0le only onl a few minutes minute tad nd l loft ft the
Jipper uppr Jpper part Prt of the city untouched untouthed th the f re ¬
lief ief was almost instantaneous
WI almot instantneous and U j from
tlieii then on the mercury fell steadily and
mprUl fel 8te1117 ald a aII
II cool breeze breee springing up after a tlr rundown
gave Iave a assurance urace of a II comforiaoie comfortclDlenlght night
Hrven len the seashore stl hort resorts retrt in the vfrin n
3ty H Of New York did not escape the th hoar t8t
and nd many prostrations prOtratons occurred ecap among
the t1 thousands thousnds that flocked focke to Coney Is Il ¬
E lam and the other beaches bches on the th Long
blAnd shore shoreDriven 8horeDriven shoreDriven
Driven Mad by Heat HeatAmong HeatAmong HeatAmong
Among the distressing in Injents < Mlents of the Ueo Ueak
day ay JZ was the e ak kn killing I c of h he Infant J n nBUddEil m
Brooklyn o by a young g woman woma1 o who r vas as
suddenly BUddEil driven insane insn nean by th heat Sin S Si Sistabbed
stabbed stbbed the childto dlldto d deTh afh t and an then tien iad la iade iadea
a vain attempt on her j er own lie
Leonard JJtSr Sunders e a beored o red f man i1 rom
New Haven Haven went mad i th > public park
ia la S JCast Fost One Hundred and rnd Thirtieth IJblc sirfot sirfotif tr t
k and heaeI d into th the rivl river frorr r m the Hr
Jeni tm brCt brkIe if lIe was res resruld restiel < uod by tb boulmen
after afer a I fierce ferce struggle 2trugle in a which wlerl h he ms ul st < t
the he boat bit and nearly drowned ale nl lefecu lefecuSwveral lCU
tl Cls
tlSuerl ClsSeveral Several Suerl of the tle deaths dth reported reortet were
those thQ of person IICrlt who hfi hto fallen falen whi whiaw whl
ael n4esl aw ep from fire fre emttpes PtV writre W H h hey v wcr Wt were
MMleavoriitK 01eyorh < to escape elJ vhe he stlflin Ntfhl almo atinosi atinospliere lmO
phere of crowded crowde tenemeus te With 160
l i bedle btl in the cold cld storaKe sta ilez e room i11 at the th ll
city morgue the rcfri refrirratIu r ratinis
cit Mrri rut system stem was w s
j found 1oul to be b out of ordr t taLw lay and iwl It It
rI 1 J wmm u necessary nflr to resort r5ot TO o th I he u UM of
tons t9 of ice Ic in which dK < 3a H I loflpa u H i w
ii l packed JHke and fifty fify bodies bl wore hurried r
I to the potters I ter field fieldTheatre fiel fieldI wer
Theatre Closed ClosedAmong ClosedAnion
Among Anion I the tle results r ull of th heat was the t I
swkien 8en closing elolng of the Herild Her lid Square SIare Set are ute Ie
atre where The Te Rollictciuc Rolilu CiM Ci 121 I was
TtxriiiK performed performedlee ws
Fof lee rf the first r rihut time the New York City Iiv
BslIroed 1 alnd S compa compu cotnpay > It5Ut1 isSUed uetl a general Kelenl order or tI
J permitting emiting all HI motormen and aui conductors conductorslHR condu tort
g to remove their coats while on du duty cur
lag inl the hr heated hte1 < l term tfrm Almost AIDOt whie all I the uit th fur men
a availed them thameelvial lveB mfn
of thi
J privil fllvIlsgp K
lit order r renl renle renlOfllh to save e Ofllh all who r might i t f fLI fai l
into the hands of
ino luutK the police lJIk after coiirt coiirti2inV
i2inV ours ur i the torment of a night Mer in th the sta ¬
L then t house l the police vlle niHffiatratw mlltrtl liiade Jilide t
Mrrantcements arn empnt8 to accent act lMll Iw1 for pison
on ore ns at any I hour during the night during
tfce Ue continiMnce conUnknce of th < > heat heatMortality het heatMortality Illht
Mortality of Animals AnimalsThe AnimalsThe AnimalsThe
The sufferinjc lufierl sufIerhg among animals during lurin the thenmHv
dAY was 8 IfteW Iiftenoe hundres hundreds oC horses
nUt of which whih died die bnc being belli prostrated hurel
An extraordinary mortality Pltd4
mortlty HOgS HOgSe
a aed d extrordlnrr cat of r which h hundi hundrjeds edK of if Uodeg 1
were e sicked ke keu kep up u In the streets was re
port p ported rt d by b the police poUt pollee1woughout
J wMShout New York State
tNutMerstorms tk nderstorma crstQrm with wit rain rin and aldlligh high 1rf windt windtrvlrl
served rvlrl r to mo mot mo4erste < lTHt te the heat het In Albnny Alba1 wins
a terrific lernt storm in the afternoon aferon caused I
a at t rai tall In lf temptur tempsture P < t re from X 8 Ct to TO
within trations tton trationsOne willn five minutes mhat There Tee was Wit no pros ¬ 1
One inan lnn was Wiled kUIfd and two injured injuredHI
Jf Is Jlte thIs cf city Uy by the CIR eellsae OUHIW of a roof
HI at the Ue Burden Iron I rn works during durn ro thc
storm atwm atwmSx atormSix
Sx Six deth deaths due to heat and thirty
roatnittoiui tUona were re reM rel reported > rted rt in I Connecticut tnn
ID 1 Boston lton one bath ttath wag wa reported Iut luc
to t the heat heatGIVES heatGIVES reprteJ
a e eGIVES I I
John Jo Gola of Bingham Saves His HisPartner Hisarer IllsPartner
Partner arer From Frm Electrocution ElectrocutionBut Electocuton ElectocutonBut
But Dies Himself HimselfSpecial Hmsel HimselfJ
i Special SJJeial to The Herald HeraldBtngltam Herld HerldIsltam HeraldBIugnttii
Btngltam July W 19John John Coin an Ital ItaliRH Ial Ial1ra ItalIke
iRH 1ra was w electrocuted tledrouted yesterday after afterfer ater atern afterien
ien fer l In til the Bingham Bln ham New Haven mine mineattempted
A In Bfpgham H He WlS was found ded dead 3t it the theswitch
te teswitch
switch wh where he
I rt attempted to cut oft oftpn oftan
< pn electric current curtml to rescue relue his partner lHrtnor
who was running runnlnl a I car of ore out ot of
the mine and an in attempting atcm to stop it itcaught
I C caught hta htallal hold llal llalr of r an electric r tn wire with one I
ep IJ
hand and an air pipe with lrr lrrIJ the other t r
Til rho he circuit clnult was WI as connected through his
body WhenGola When hen Gola found his partner IHrtner in intlite Inthl
I title thl condition conditon he ran to the tl switch He Hepullod HepuJa
i pulled puJa the switch swfh key breaking breking swich off the thecurrent theooront
I current ooront and Having Mavll lila hl friend but re rea r recelvod
cevo celvod a shotk shock that kied kIIld him owing to toa toa
a woakttoss wOkn a of hin heart The body was wasiand I
1 found tsnld Orc Odrrd iand Shortly shorty uft uC att4lr r the accident oc o
1 lEuperlor 1SUDelor uperor wis s July 18 As a result resultof rul resultof
of o MKsklQse lMklO speeding me dln in an automobile automobie
3 P Morrow was Wf killed Idle and T A A flu Iu
brecht bht Injured < here today todayroatnittoiui toda
1 1
PAID THE 10000 10000District 10000Distct
District Distct Attorney Attorey Wants to Know KnowWhy KnowWJ1Y inowWhy
lu Ev YORK July 19 19The The books of ofthe orHie ofI
NEW I the Town own Topics opiC insofar insor r as hey theydea1 heydal he hedel
dal del with wih the book on American Americansojsicty Amercun AmercunsQlet Americaftsqi1ety
sojsicty entitled nUted Fade and Fancies Fancieswnleh
wftlch wnleh wassold was sold by subscription subscrlpton and on onwhich onwhich oILwhich
which the publiohers publohers realized realzed approxi approximately approxilifJ approxilpIktQty ¬
mately lifJ 5200000 OOO will wI be examined oamined by byrepresentatives br brrepr byreprefltatives
representatives repr eottes of the district < lstrct attor attorneys altorneys attorneys ¬
neys oflice oOee no matter mater what what opposition oppositionia OPlJsltOD OPlJsltODIs
Is made to such a step This announce announcement anno announcemeat nce ncement ¬
ment was made today by Assistant AssistantDistrict Asistant AsistantDistrict AssistantDistrict
District Attorney Atorney Cans after ater he had a aconference acozaference j jconference
conference with wih Assistant District Dietrlct At AttprjjjSy Attorny Attorhy
tprjjjSy torhy jCrotel who is in in charge of the theInvestigation thetvwtlguton tilelttvestigatlon
Investigation tvwtlguton of the affairs afair of the con concerii conceru coneerhl
cerii ceru which is I being made oy the din district d15trlct dintrict ¬
trict attorneys office ofCce ofCceCase officeCase J JCase
Case of Blackmail BlackmailMr
Mr Kiotel firSt frst came into the case casew casewbeu i iwhPU
whPU w u he c was assJgned assgned to prosecute prosecuteCharles proscutehnrles prosecuteCharles
Charles H Able who was arrested on oncomplaint onCOIflplaInt I
complaint of Edwin M 1 Post Pu t whO wh91 whOcharged vhOcharged
charged char d that Able hle attempted atemnted to compel compelhim compelj eompelliltti
him to subscribe blb crlbe 5000 for a book on 01
New ew York society societ He alleged aleged that thatAble thatAhlp thatAble
Able Ahlp tojd l him fn that a scandalous story stor
Involving IIlVOlVIfl his name was in lii possession possessionof pcI6101 XlS5e55iOl1of
of a New York weekly wetkly paper pa 1C but that thntIt thatit thatit
It would not be published publshed if Post would wouldsubscribe wouldsbscribe wouldsuKteribe
subscribe sbscribe for the book The money was waspaid waaptld wanpaid
paid ptld to Ahle in the presence of detec detectives detectves detectives ¬
tives tves and his arrest aret followed folowed His case caseis CRseis caseis
is now awaiting awaitng the action acton of the grana granajury grallejury
and Mr Krotel has announced that thatseveral thatseveral
several severl persons prominent In society societyhave societyhave societyhave
have announced their willingness wiingness to tojoin tojoin tojoin
join with Mr Post in the prosecution prosecutionTheir prosecuton prosecutonTheir prosecutionTheir
Their willingness wiingness to appear Is condi conditional conditonal conditlonttl ¬
tional tonal however on n the district attorney attorneypromising atorney atorneypromiing attorneypvoiitisiiig
promising promiing that no question queston shall shal be beasked beasked beasked
asked them them concerning stories storits which whichthey whlh whlhthey whichthey
they allege alege Able Alle mentioned mentone when he hesolicited heolcl1ed heollclted
solicited olcl1ed their subscriptions subscriptionsMrs
Mrs Huntngton Huntington Paid 10000 10000When 10000Vhen 10000When
When Air 1 Krotel examined the books booksof booksof booksof
of the Town Topics company ipy yesterday yeterday
he was refused refuse permission to inspectr inspectrsome InspeetrSome
some of o the entries having to do with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the book Fad and Fancies He Helearned Helearnedhoweel Helearned
learned learnedhoweel however he said that thl1 while whilethe whie whiethe whiletile
the regular subscription sub9Criplon price for the thebook thebook
book bok was w i1s s 1500 500 several persons perlons paid
larger sjiins snns Among A mong those was Mrs MrsCollistP 1lrs 1lrsCols tirsCollistP
CollistP Cols > Huntington Huntngton widow of the mul multimillionaire multmiionaire multImillionaire ¬
timillionaire tmiionaire railroad rairoad promoter who whowas whowas
was credited credied with paying 10000 for her hersubscription hersubsoripUo hersubsorlptlo
subscription copy of the book bok Mr MrKrotel MrKrotel
Krotel said sld today that If It is possible
to reach Mrs Huntington Huntngton she will wil be beasked beasked
asked to testify testf as to the condition conditionunderwfciclvshe conditon conditonunder condItionunder
underwfciclvshe under lyhichshe rblch heDald paid more money than thanthe thanthe
the regular regultr reg 1tr subscription subscripton price priceOthers price priceOthers
Others to Be Questioned QuestionedThat Questoned QuestionedThat
That the district attorney atorne is deter determined j
mined mine to toquestlon question < pther ther er prominent promln nt per persons perSons I Isons
sons In addition n dIOnU tfK tMz MrJ M Huntlifstort Huntlifstortwith Iunt1tigtonvlth
with wih regard rgard tb the th subscriptions bubscrptj uf r1tolf unt1rgton zhl for or
Fads and Fancies was shown today I Iwhen
when subpoenas were issued for former
Judge Elbert H Gary chairman of the theexecutive th thexctutve theexecutive
executive exctutve committee commitee of the United Unied
States Steel corporation cornorlton and Giovanni
Morosini Morosnl a Wealhy wealthy banker Neither Neithersubpoena Neithersubpoena Neithersubpoena
subpoena had been served today
Justice Deuel of the court of special specialsessions speh spehsessions specialsessions
sessions a director diretor of the Town Top ¬
ics company OJpl sent 8lt a letter leter to the district districtattorney dh districtattorneys tl t tatornejg
attorney atornejg s office today In which he said sid
he had noobjections noobjCtons no objections to Mr lIr KrotH KrotHmaking Krotpimkking KrotellflkkiiIg
making a thorough examination examinaton of the
companys books He suggested that thatan thatan thatan
an interview with Edward Lauterbach
counsel for Town Topics might Luterbach bring brln brlnabout
about the desired result resul The partial
examination oxuminaton of o the books which whh partal was wasmade wasmade
made yesterday esteJay was by consent of Mr
Lauterbach LauterbachSALT LauterbachSALT 1lr
Meeting Meetig of the Utah Uta Postmasters PostmastersAssociation PostmastersAssociation ostmaster
Association at Logan LoganBal LoganBall LoganBalland Ball Balland
and Banquet BanquetSpecial Banquet BanquetSiwial
Special Sp ill to The Herald HeraldIxrSHii Hcrak1 Hcrak1I
IxrSHii I n July ul 19 1rhe uhThe The Utah Pwtmaatcrs PwtmaatcrsiociHtIoii p PostmsstcrCiaocIatIon tmR > tcra tcraIlaUon
iociHtIoii IlaUon at its It secnd Iecma Annual nnUN I conven convention cnen cnenton convention ¬
tion ton held here today tday selected aJtte Salt Lake
flfv CI City is as rfo fVl the I Iext xt v vnamed pl llMOe oc oC meeting Slt LRk and
named the following foJovlnS officers ofCcer mttl for next
yo yer year r President Prsldeft A L Thomas Salt Lake
first frt vice Ic president Ir sident Joseph Jot < h Odell O el Lo
Kan In second secnd vice president preident Peter
TV salt en Circleie Cireleville ClOVlUei ClOVlUeithl thl third d vice vlfe l Jrecent President n lent C 2
A Clmirvs Price fourth
fouth vice vi president IJr hlent
Mary Griffiths OrUfths On ff1 ths Sn Snlthfild Snl Ithfiold th fiid fecreUiry and
treasurer James Jame D Thorns Thort Eecrehr Pleasant PliHnt
Gnovc GnovcIt GWVQI Gwveit
It I was the UII intention intenton to have hRVt the th he con ¬
vention cnton fast flst two days day but the insuffer ¬
ably hot weather and the th absents of
P11 man many ofJhc of tlc ti3o sPe spcalrl speakers l er on the abnee lrogrnmme programmeuu
Induced the member members to dr close frythh
uu today toUl President Pr id nt Clove presided at
the convention conventon which was attended by
about alut thirty postmasters p stmlstf1 and their wives I
The Th morning session > wie
sel n began bgan with wih a ahr sineon
of w wome cnm by b Mayor Robinson Hlwe01 and a
resK ronse response ns by I Mr Clove Iw lotc Congressman Con8rl mHn Jo Jooth
> Jo
s sop1 ph How IowIi J also ala delivered an addr ltldreSS s8
on the progress if f th the tnlted State <
tOl tal srlce prog8 Tlii hl Registry Hnlte System i0S was O
ttedbY treated by POtm Postmsters < str Booth > Sstm oth of Brlg
h hfn lld tnth < Griffih Griffith at Smithfield Ithfield and Knde
rhe e l Mdzioy le Order System was handled
by pougall Dou Dougall Rl cf f 1 Springville Sprlngle and Frv
ar r of Deweyvllle Deweyvle Salaries Salarlu and AI J
lowa 1wan SP rViiS es 3C M1 the thieme theme of P Postmaster tmaster
ROBsB Of LalU b Lively
R0 hl Lhc1 discussions dleuslons followed folowed I
the presentation prsO aUon of o each paper Ad ¬
dresses druoa were weretn to have hlW been made by Sena I
tors tOr Sutltfirland SuUlhmd find nd Smoot Smoot but both Scua sent
their theirrlsreu regret Postofflce Postofrce Inspector Sharp
and Congrman Congressman He Hewel Henell wall were the only
visitors Islor of note not Tcnlght Postmaster Potmaster
Odell Odel save av a banquet banllUlt and ball haH in honor honorof honorof
of th the visitors vtsior most Jot of whom will go
hornc on t the tht morning = train trainPOCATELLO trin trinPOCATELLO trainPOCATELLO wi I
Sn Special ial to The Herald Heral lierakiPomtello I
Pooatello POCtelf July Jul U UIThe The city council met
in regular rgular session slol last night with Mayor I
night wih laor
CJ Car Clear In the f hr > After Aftr the minutes minutesof mlnut mlnutof
of the th last meetiug meUI were wer read and ap ¬
proved M > > tftioii from F H
I Jtton Jones Jone was wasread wusrea wasread
read rea asking Isklng permission rmi8ion to erect llct a booth boothwhich boothwllch boothwhich
which wllch was a granted Sartfd Ordinance No ISis 138was ISiswas
was UI rend red the second fnd time tme Ordinance Ordinanc No
UK 1 known as the th sidewalk ldewult ordinance ordinancewas ordinanceW
was W referred back bac to committee lommitec for forre foranienhmenL
amendment anienhmenL > < re r A iuuiuui number ff of i cinzenB citizens at ¬ I
tended tende the tht meeting m Ung of the council counci and andmade ant andmade I
made madt known their desires deires in the matter matterof mate 1
of material for sidewalks shewalk and also as a
to the time tme when the work should be becompleted becompleted I
completed Suggestions SuSSeUOUB were w re also made maderegarding maderfardlng maderegarding
regarding rfardlng the water and sewerage sys eye ¬
tems temsF
F M 1 Watson VKton as U chairman chalr1Hn of a com commlte com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee mlte asked that permission perission be granted granted1nr
for a I street fair from tom th the 7th to the 12th 12thof lthof 12thof
of August AU Bt inclusive IncluslvtThe The request rltuest was wasgranted wasganted wasgranted
granted ganted The Th city tlty will wi take tke 10 per cent centof ceutof celitof
of the proceeds proceed Numerous Numerou bills bis were
then allowed alowod and warrants waJants ordered orored drawn drwn
for the same after which the council counciladjourned counciladjourned
adjourned adjournedMURDER adjournedMURDER adjournedMURDER counci
4 + St 5t Petersburg Petorburg July 19 1l 19fl It Is re rc + f
4 + ported orted that nUt an attempt atompt on the life re reof 4 4of +
4 of Constantino Cm18taitno Petrovitch Eetrvltch Pobiedo PObledo Pobiedonosetzef +
4 + noaetzeff noetefC chief procurator procurtor of the 4
4 Holy Synod Syno as he was W was alighting alhthUnrrom 4
4 from a train today toda was WIS frustrated fruttated 4
4 4 by b the prompt prmpt seizure of the would
4 4 bo b assassin u uslln + +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
Asks Aks Court Cou to Make Jake His s Wife Carry CarryOut Car Can CanOut
Out AnteiNupJtial Ante Nu Nuptial laAge Agreement AgreementWOMAN mentj 1 1WOMAN 1 1WOMAN
r DIUBURGH DIB rRG July Jul JOi 1 ilLSingular Singular Sin u lar docu documents dOCUmlml ¬
E 1 ments mlml war we submitted u1mlt I today tlY toda In w thes thessuit lh the thesuit
suit of Xuthaittol Gibbs Ingralmm Ingralmmfarmerly Ingnham Ingnhamrrmerly Ingrhuniformerly
formerly of Itfow l eW w York against arlnst his wife wifeformerly wife wIfeformerly
formerly Cormerl Edith Edltl Newcemb Ward ar now nowpending nowpending nowpending
pending before bfor the court of aessiens aessienshere selens selenshere sesslenahere
Mr Ingrabam IRrafam asks ask thai his wife be beordered beordered beordered
ordered to carry crry out > their antenuptial antenuptialsettlement untenupt antenuptialaettlemnt al alsettemEnU
settlement settemEnU under un er whlc which heclaims he claimB hois hoisentitled he belsentitled IS ISentUed
entitled entUed toJlBOO t to l 11 IiluO ayear a er andalso and also claims claimsSto
1000 Sto per yearly yer year by virtue Irtu of a bond grantj grapt graptt nt ntId
t Id 4 in his favor The 1ne wife wlfl contends that thatthe tlat tlatthe thatthe
the contract contnct and bOld bond wasobtained Wl obtaine by b baud byraud
I fraud aud She Sh alleges altges that t at after aCe her epar Separation eparalon eparation ¬
ation alon froTh Irn her first frst husband husld Reginald ReginaldI Reinald ReinaldH
I H Ward the plaintiff plaintff induced Induce her by byvarious byvrlous i
1 various inrUUmus In > luQU devices like lke fqrtwne fqrtwnetelling rqrln fqrtiltetelling
telling telng to institute divorce proceedings proceedingsagainst pro proeeelingsagainst dlngs dlngsagint
against agint Ward Vurl and alfc ali < induced her bud husband hmband budband
band to consent eon ent to the thf proceedings proceeding Theyj Th ThMr They TheyMr
Mr and Mrs Ward rardl ard were divorced inj in inBUS
BUS 10 and Mrs Mr Ward then married ln1 ln1graham In ingraham
graham rhlm Before the tl t1i marriage marrilse Mrs lr8 WardS WardSsays Wsrtlsays Vard VardYS
says YS she Was as taken to a I a lawyers a office11 office11I office1ahd 1 1ahd
I ahd was induced to sipm uii l unte untenUPta untenUPtalottemeut nuptSaii nuptSaiisettlement
settlement lottemeut contract ontret without 11F heading leating tha thapapers thl thdPapers
papers or knowing what they contained containedThe containedThe
The JJallrs plaintiff plulnUf says tU the thf defendant d cCo datt proffered profferedmarriage prorfPrec profferedmarriage
marriage marriogl to him first andhe am1 he declined declinedJnit declned declnedhut declinedhut
hut afterward aferward consented to to please pl618e her as asshe asse asshe
she se was in poor health healthMrs healthMrs
Mrs Irs Ward 7artl nId was healt Miss lUs Kdith cltl Nowcomb Nowcombof
of Kentucky daughter dUJShter of H Viotor New Newfonib Newmb sewiOnili
fonib mb at one on time tlmf an important factor factorin
in Wall Val street strelt Reginald Rlginald H Ward who whowas whowas whowas
was known in I London as Count Ward Wardwas Vardwas ard ardwas
was at one ont time tme Roumanian consul there thereAt thereAt thereAt
At one period verlol of his career cur r Ward Va Id was wasknown wasknown wasknown
known as the Copi CopJer > er King He is i a aBostonian aBostonian aBostonian
Bostonian by birth The Wards were weremarried were weremarried weremarried
married in New York on Nov 26 199 199and 1 1und 1S09and
and were divorced diored here May 25 2 1908 13 Mr MrTngraham MrIngraham Ir IrIngraham
Ingraham is a grandson of Justice ustce In Ingraham Ingraham Ingraham
graham of the supreme court of the City Cityof Cl Cityof
of New Nc York York Mr and ad Mrs 1rs Ingraham Ingrahamwere
were married Sept 22 2 1003 103 in London LondonHE Lndon LndonHE LondonHE
Gottsehalk Gottschal Under Sentence of Death Deathat
at St Paul Minn Mnn Hangs HangsHimself Hngs HngsHimself HangsHimself
Himself HimselfSt HimselfS1
St S1 Paul July Jul 19 19Edward 19Edward Edward GottscTialk GottscTialkunder GottCalk GottCalkunder Gottsclialkunder
under sentence of death committed committedsuicide commited commitedsuicide committedsuicide
suicide suicide by hanging in It the the county jail jailtliis jai jailthis
this afternoon afternoonThe afernoon afernoonThe afternoonThe
The s guard nrcl who had been with him himconstantly himcnstnty himconstantly
constantly cnstnty since sentenceof sentenoe of death was waspassed waspassed
passed pased absented himself for about ten tenminutes tenminutes tenminutes I
minutes and when he returned return < d to the thecondemned thccondemned thecondemned
condemned mans lhs cell col Gottschalk Gotchalk was wasdead wasdead wasdead
dead Gottsehalk Gotschalk had torn a piece of ofticking oftcking ofticking
ticking tcking from frm his hisbed bed and winding one oneend oneend oneend
end about his hi ne neqk k fastened the other otherend otherend otherend
end to a hook in the wall wal of the cell cellraised cel cellraised
raised himself hhn e1r from froi the floor foor and andstrangled andstrngle andstrangled
strangled strngle to t death deathGottsclmlk deth dethGottdmlk deathGottschialk
Gottsclmlk Gottdmlk in February F brur last lat mur murdered murdlIed murdemed ¬
dered dlIed Christian Chrstan Sohindeldecker Sohlndeldeker n nbutcher nbutcher abutcher
butcher in his shop shop on a prominent prominentbusiness prominentbusines prominentbusiness
business busines street hacking his 1ls victim vlctm to topieces topieces topieces
pieces wih tr U meat cleaver ceaver A young youngfellow youngfellow oungfelow
fellow felow named Joseph J Hartmann artmaln was wasassociated wasa wasILsOCitLted
associated a olat < d with wih him in inthe the crime Soon Soonafter Soonaeet SoonafteP
after aeet the murder the body boqyof of Hart Hartman Hartman Hartmoan
man heavily lleUl Weighted elghted with wih iron was wasfound Wasfound Wasfound
found in the Mississippi river near nearFort nearFort nearFort
Fort Snelling Snelng His skull skul had been beencrushed beencrushed beemicrushed
crushed Gottsehalk Gotschalk confessed to the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Hartmann claiming Iuimlng he heacted heacted heacted
acted in il selfdefense self < efcnse He denied hav having having haylog ¬
ing killed kled Schindoldecker Schindold cker saying that thathe thathe thathe
he watchEd outside while whie Hartmann Hartmannmurdered Hartmannmurdered Hartmaunmurdered
murdered the th butcher butcherKOREA butcherKOREA
i iWashington
Two Representatives Represent tves Will W I Be Sent to toWashington toWashington
Washington WashingtonSeoul I
Seoul Korea July 19 19Against 19Against Against the theadxice theadke theadvice
advice of members of the foreign le Icgatiomis I Igallons 1gto
gallons gto s here Korea Kor a has h s decided dol < edto to tosend tosendtwo send sendtwo I
two representatives repreentUcs to Washington to toattempt toattempt I
attempt tempt tQ secure a hearing hering before eCore the thepeace thepeace
peace pecE plenipotentiaries pleniltontarJo Both of the themen themen themen I
men chosen were formerly students in inAmerica inAmerca inAmerica
America Amerca They are young with wih public publicstHiuling publc publcstanding publicstmtriIiiig
standing and bear br no credentials The Theemperors Theemperors Theemperors
emperors private purse supplies supples them themwith themwith themwith
with 10000 1000 yen to inaugurate Inaugurtte a news newspaper newsQapr newspaper ¬
paper Qapr campaign to t td interest Americans Americansin
in Koreas plight plightJapanese pHShtJapalwse pllhtJapanese
Japanese Minister 1nlster Hayashi Ha a9hi has pro protested j jsuitaticm
teted tested ant II11U suggeted suggested a persnal personal eon cOn cOnmultatloia I
suitaticm ultato before the tlE departure of the theKoreans theKoreans
Koreans Korlls which whi h it is t thave asserted sortfd they theyhave theyhave I
have tried lrie to avoid avoidThe avoidThe I
The scheme Is considered by the theJapanese UleJapnese theJapanese
Japanese Japnese here as a useless expense and andnot andnot aitilnot
not as a serious attempt to interest the theworld theworld theworld
Officials Oficials Get Trace of George GeorgeWade GeorgeWadeEscaped Wade WadeEscaped j jEscaped
Escaped > Convict ConvictTacoma I I II
Tacoma Waph Va Vah h July 19 l liLA A A special speial to tothe tothe tothe
the News from Kahuna la1a Wash Yus states statesthat sttes sttesthat statesthat
that George Wdde he only onl one of the theeight theeight
eight egnvicts from torn McNeils iICeHs Island Islm un uncaptured uneptured ur urcaptured I
captured eptured was rowed rwed across acros the te Colum Columbia Columbin Columnbia ¬
bia bin river from St Helens Ore O e last lastnight last lastnight
night by a man mon named J Matthews Matthewswho lh1thews lh1thewswho Matthewswho
who states that Wade drew a a rifle rife on onhim onhlmii
him and obliged obl e him to obey his com commands commands cornrntuids ¬ l
mands Vade Vad yas as put ashore near nearCaples ner nearCaples
Caples Cpleg There he commanded Mat IMatthcws Mutthews Matthews I
thews to build buid li fire and dig some somepotatoes somepotatoes
potatoes vhilc he h went in search s rch of a acalf a acalf I
calf to kill During the
ki supposed eon eonvicts eonvicCs i ivicts
victs absenowvvMatthews absenoe Matthews escuped escupedSheriff ti5CttpedSheriff >
Sheriff Sherif Kirby Klrb has a avposse in pursuit pursuitGENERAL PUsul pumsuitGENERAL CCUPeol
Scuttle Setle Wash July Jul 19 19Gpnml 19Genrral Genrrul Oliver OliverO Olver OlverO
O Ashton S hton of if Boston BO Bo ton to dropped dead in thc tlKHotel th thcliotel
Hotel Washington Wahln ashinton tn in this city cltv about aboutoclock abouttfeioCk 0 0oclock
oclock this afternoon aFfOmnoon front ffoma a stroke of ofapoplexy o oIpopl ofapoplOxy I
apoplexy Ipopl x brought Irought on by bth bythe the heat heatGeneral het heatGeleral 7 7Gatteral
General Geleral Ashton Ashton accompanied by b his bmwife hiswife j jfroma
wife Gatteral nrrlvlt arrived In the ccomppnle cty city on Wednesday eneday
froma from trip to Ala81ul Alaska They rle spent ent the thelast thelast thelast
last winter in I Iol Los os Angeles An eI and came camefrom c camefrom me mefrom
ern from trip there to Seattlotto SeRttoto make makl the north northern northern northera ¬
He had just returned from rota a drive rl and andhad andhad andhad
had been sitting sitng in the lobby lobb of the hotel hotelfor hotelfor hotelor
for or a I few minutes when the seizure or orcurred or orcurred
Portland Portand Ore Or July 19 10An An unsuccessful unsuccessfulattempt UiUHIessrul UiUHIessrulatempt UflsiircessfLllattempt
attempt atempt was made shortly after aClr midnight midnightthis midnightthis midnightthis
this morning mornlnl to wreck the the northbound northboundNorthern northboundNorther northboundNorthern
Northern Norther Pacific PaclCc trn train known as a the Twin TwinCity TwInCity Twincity
City express at a point two miles mlos west westof westor westof
of Scapoose Scapoosl Ore by b placing placng a steel rail railweiRhlng ri railweighing
weighing 7W f pounds across acrss the track trackAt trackAt trackAt
At the point where the attempt atempt was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made the track trck hart hat a slight down grade gradeparallel gradeparalel gradeparallel
parallel paralel with the river The engineer or ofthe orthe orthe
the train saw the obstruction obstrcton in time tme to toslow toslow toslow
slow down the train but the force forc of im impact Impact impact ¬
pact when the pow oW ow catcher ut her struck strck It was wassufficient wassuCfcent wasufficiont
suCfcent sufficient nevertheless ne < rtnelees to bond the rail railinto rl railinto
into the th shape ofhhorseshoe1 or n hojseshoct hoC The rail railwas rai railwIts
was carried for tortout forubout1 < Hpout100yards 10 yardt rds before the thetrain thotrain thetrain
train was wa brought to a a dead stop
Burglar C M Kissler Discovered Di covered in the Act A t of Sawing His HisWay HisVay HisWay
Way to Liberty LibertYW LibertyWholesale Wholesale olesaleDelvery Delivery Nipped in the theBud theBud theBudby
Bud Budby by Sherif Sheriff Bailey 1
Special tp The Herald HeraldGDEN Horld HorldOGDEN HeraldO
GDEN Utah July 19 19Clever1 Cleverly laid laidI lal lalplans laidplans
I OGDEN O plans on the part pat of Sheriff Sherif Clevery Joseph JosephV
W V Bailey Baiey and ad Deputy G GSebrlng Alva AlvaSebring lva lvaSebring
Sebring foiled foied the plot of C M l Kissler Kisslerto K issler I
to break brek out of the county jail j ltonight ltonightand tonight tonightand tuiightand
and prevented a possible pssible wholesale wholesle de delivery de denvery do dolivery ¬
livery of prisoners who were in the con conspiracy conspiracy conspiracy ¬
spiracy with wih Kissler Tonights cap capture capture capture ¬
ture of Kissler in the very act of awing sawinghis awinghis awinghis
his way to liberty lberty was wa the culmination culminationof culmhl ton tonor
of a plot plol the existence oCwhidlV of 0 widh i l has hasbeen hasben hasbeen
been ben suspected supQtc sinceJuly sinceulr ST 3when vhen vhenof qae qaeof II
of the prisoners pr oners tippddthe trpp tfpped a the Conspiracy Conspiracyoft <
oft ot to Sheriff Sherif Bailey BaileyKissler Baiey BaieyKissler BaileyKissler
Kissler a Burglar BurglarKissler BurglarKisser BurglarKissler
Kissler Kisser is awaiting trial tral on he charge chargeof
of burglary He Hels is uccused of having havingbroken havingbroken havingbroken
broken in into o the agricultural agiculurl implement implementstore implementstore implementstore
store of George Gerge A Lowe Shortly Shorty after afterthe ater aterthe afterthe
the burglary burglar was wa reported reporte he was wa ap apprehended APprehende apprehended ¬
prehended at Elko Nevf Nev and nd brought broughtback broughtbKck broughtback
back to Ogden O < en Had it i not been ben for the thewatchfulness thewatchfulnes thewatchfulness
watchfulness watchfulnes of the officers ofcer he would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have sawed his way through the cell cellbars cel cellbars
bars bar into the corridor corrdor would have haveliberated have havelberated haveliberated
liberated lberated his companlons companlonsand companlonsand and witlijthem witlijthemescaped with ii them themescaped themescaped
escaped through the east east wal wall of the thejail thejal thejail
jail jal In their anxiety anxiet to hide hije their theirplans theirplans theirplans
plans the prisoners prlsones went too far f = and andit andI andit
it I was wa this fact which led to Klsslers Klsslerscapture KTsslergCpture KTsslerscpture
capture Cpture tonight tonight In order to o mislead misleadthe mlsled misleadthe
the officers ofcers officersand and to hide the nftise nbsemae nbsemaeby made madeby madeby I
by Kisslers saw sw the prisoners rlsoner sang sangand sag sagand sangand
and laughed during the day They Theyoverdid Theyoverdid I Ioerdid
overdid the part and gave gye Sheriff SheriffBailey Sherif SheriBailey
Bailey Baiey warning waring that all al was waslnot not right rightSheriff rightSheriff rightSheriff I
Sheriff Was Suspicious SuspiciousThe Suspiciouhe
The he prisoners prsoner kept up continual continualsinging contnual comitinualsinging I
singing dancing and jollying Jolying through throughthe throughthe
the day dy said Sheriff Sherif Bailey Baiey tonight tonightand tonightand tonightand
and I made up my mind something somethingwas
was wrong rong I decided decidc to use a little littlestrategy ltte lttestrategy littlestrategy
strategy so when I went to 16 to supper suppershortly suppershortly I
shortly shorty after afer 6 p m I left lee Deputy Se
is MOINES iIOINES la July 19 19FIve 19FIvemillers 9Fhe 9Fhemlnersw Five Fiveminers
b DES Jul
miners mlnersw wore rc literally lterly blown bloWf tor torpieces t tpiees topieces
pieces piees by the explosion6ftwenty explosion6ftwentyH exploson explom4ton br twenty twentytNe twentytWo
tWo H pounds 1ounds of dynamite dynamie in a storag4 storag4powder 8torg 8torgpowder ntorag ntoragpowder
powder house at the West Vot Rlweraid Rhersldwil Rlweraidcoal Riucrsidcoal
coal wil mine m 1e two t 10 miles mie from this thseiy city i y Th Th4ead Th Thel Theldead I Iead
dead 4eadCharles deadCharles ead
Charles Brown engineer engineerHarry engln engineHarry er erHar I
Harry Har Belknap sinker sinkerDell sinkerDell 0 0Del
Dell Del Vance sinker snker snkerGeore sinkerGeorge T TGeorge
George Arrowwosd 1 1Brown
Geore pumpman pumpmanBrown pumimon pumpmanBrown
Brown Vance and Arrovvpod ArroWOd leave leavefamilies leavefamilies
families familiesHeads famie familiesHeads
Heads arms ars and > limbs were scat scattered scattered scattered ¬
tered for a distance dlstanle of 500 50 feat The
bring brinS inside insde the he corridor corridor unknown to tothe tothe
the th prisoners prisoner Sebring was in his hisstocking hisstocking I Istocdng
stocking stocdng feet feetHardly feet feetHardly I IHarly
Hardly Harly had I left the jail jai when whenSebring whenSebring
Sebring heard someone cautiously cautously saw sawing sawa sawIng ¬ I
ing a bar He located the source of the thesound thesound thesound
sound as cell cel No 3 and before Kissler Kisslerknew Kisslerknew
knew that tat he had been trapped trpped Se Sebring Sebring Sebring ¬ I
bring had a revolver shoved through throughthe throughthe
the bars bar directly directy under his nose Kis Kissler Kiss Kissler ¬ I
sler s er jumped back about three feet feet let letting letUng letting ¬
ting the saw sw with wlh which he had been beenworking beenworking
working drop He had sawed two bars barscompletely barscompletely barscompletely I
completely through in the front of his hiscell hiscell
cell cel door dor and was wa half way wy through th rough the thethiroT thethird thethIrd I
apprehended apprehendedOfficer apDrehended apprehendedOfficer thIrd third and last l t bar to safety Sfety when whenapprehended whenapprehended 11 11apDrehended I IOficer
Officer Oficer Had a Tip TipTonights TipTonights TipTonights
Tonights Tonights capture cpture is the culmination culminationof
of a plot which was made known to us usearly usearly usearly
early in the month A prisoner gave gaveme gave gaveme gaveme
me a a tip tp the night before the Fourth Fourththat FourthtHatthere Fourththat
that tHatthere there was to be an attempt at atjail atjai atjail
jail jai breaking AH Al day July Jul Fourth I 1lay Ilay Ilay
lay concealed conceaed In a boiler boier room waiting waitingfor waitng waitngfor waitingfor
for some sign of disturbance The Themen Themen
men took fright fright at something and made madeno
no attempt atempt to get out I have not yet yetlearned yetlerned yetlearned
learned lerned how Kissler secured the saw sawThe sawThe sawThe
The saw sw Itself itelf is about five fve inches in inlength inand inlength
length and had been inserted in the thebottom thebotom thebottom
bottom botom of an old broom handle Kis Kissler Kissler Kissler
sler had taken some old insulated wire wirefrom ire irefrom
from from tho incandescent Inc3descent light lght in his h Is cell celland ceI celland
and had bound bou d the steel securelyMo the thehandle thehandle thehandle
handle He used soap to muffle muf the thenoise thenoise
Kissler who is crippled has been beena leen leena
a mean prisoner to handle and I believe believethat beleve belevethat believethat
that his record would be well wel worth worthlooking worthlooking
looking up He claims to be only 21 21years 21years 21years
years old We re wl will file fe charges of at attempting attempting ¬
tempting temptng to break jail jai against aginst him himFollowing himFolowing himFollowing
Following Folowing Kisslers discovery the theman theman theman
man was placed in a newly newl completed completedportion completef complete4portion
portion porton of the jail jai and will wi be kept keptthere keptthere keptthere
there under close cose watch watlh until untl his trial trialthis trialthis trialthis
this fall fall
Five < Miners Blown to toPieces Pieces in Powder House Near Des DesKoines DesMoines DesMoines
Moines Iowa Heads Arms and Legs Scattered in inall inal inall
all al Directions Directons 1
explosion was as not known until nti the day dayshift dy dyshit dayshift
shift shit appeared to go to work The Thevictims Thevictms Thevictims
victims victms were engaged in sinking a new newshaft newshat newshaft
shaft shat and during the earlymorning earlymoring
hours a rainstorm came me up which com compelled comple cornpolled ¬
polled ple the men to stop work They Theysought Theysought Theysought
sought shelter sholer in the aowder wder house houseLigJUning hous houseLjgtnlng
LigJUning Ljg ing struck a tree tre hear ne r the build building buid buidIngand buildlug ¬
lug Ingand and Ignited Igie the dynamite as well wel as astwo astw astwo
two tw kegs of powder The building buiding was wasb wasbowr wasllowl
b bowr llowl own into fragments Some of the thebodies thebodies thebodies
bodies wer so badly disfisured dlsf red that thatidentification thatlenUfcaton thatidentifIcation
identification lenUfcaton is impossible The The near nearest nearest neareat ¬
est house was 800 feet away and the theinmates theInmates theInmates
inmates knew lcew nothing of the accident accidentattributing accidentattributng accidentattributing
attributing attributng lightning lghtning the noise to the bolt blt of oflightning oflghtning oflightning
Washington YaehingtonJuly July 19 19Assistant Assistant istant Sec Secretary Secretar3 Secretary ¬
retary retar3 of Agriculture A icu1ure Willet Vlet M 1 Hays Hayshas Hayshas Hayshas
has taken hold of the affairs of the thebureau th thbureu thtbureau
bureau bureu of statistics statstc with instructions instructionsfrom instuctons instuctonsfrom instructiodsfrom
from Secretary Secretry Wilson YUs u approved approved by byPresident 1UPresident byPresident
President Roosevelt Roosevelt to cleanse ceanse the bu bureau bureau burettu ¬
reau reau of the stigma stga left by b the tle cotton cottonleak cottotileak oton otonlek
leak lek scandal His authority is up unlimited uplmied uplimited ¬
limited lmied It I Is i likely lkeiy there will wi bea beacomplete be becomplete beacompiete
complete reorganization reorganizaton of the force forceemployed torceemployed forceemployed
employed In the statistical statstcal department departmentSecretary department departmn0nLSecretary
Secretar Secretary Wilson Vison said today that here hereafter hereafter hereafter ¬
after If there are accusations accusatons against againstthe aginst aginstthe againstthe
the integrity integriy of the bureau It Itust must be bedirected bedirected bedirected
directed against himself himsel or Assistant AssistantSecretary AsslstantSecretry AssistantSecretary
Secretary Secretry Hays as he has no Intention Intentionof Intenton Intentonof
of allowing alowing any other persons perns access acces to toinformation toInformaton toinformation
information Informaton that might m ght be used in stock stockjobbing stockjobbnJ stockjobbng
jobbing jobbingMr jobbnJ jobbngMr
Mr 1r Hays Ha s probably will wi be In charge chargeOHIO chargeOHIO chargeOHIO
Dayton 0 July 19 19The The farmers farmersbank Faner Farmersbank
bank of Springvalley Sprngvaley 0 a a a private In Institution insttuton l lstittition ¬
stitution sttuton owned by George Gerg WC Vt Smith Smithclosed mlthclosed lhr lhrclosed
closed Its is doors dors today todv A receiver reeiver has hasbeen tinsbeen
been appointed appinted The assets asets are 16000 16000with 1600 1600wih 16000with
with wih liabilities labite in excess excessThe eccs excessThe
The failure faiur was wa precipitated preDitt ibJ by thee the therecent therecent
recent e t closing ofthe or he YelloviSjSprinsa YelloviSjSprinsabrink rollojlSprlmj rollojlSprlmjbank l ll s
brink T T
I Unm
tl tlJ
li lif
tt tttUlnl J tUlnl
J 1J 1 IHff llf I
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of the bureau until unti after afer congress as assembles assembles assembles ¬
sembles as it is believed that
beleved a com competent competent cornpotent ¬
petent man to take the place of Mr MrHyde lIr lIrHyde MrHyde
Hyde who resigned yesterday as chief chiefstatistician chlefstatstcian chIefstatistician
statistician statstcian cannot be had for the sal salary salary salary ¬
ary paid by the government 3500 a ayear aye ayear
year ye r Congress Conges will wi be asked to in increase Increase Increase ¬
crease the salary salaryA salar
A rumor has been circulated that thatwhen thatwhen
tat tatwhen
when congress congess assembles a movement movementwill moementwi movementwill
will wi be started strted to have the crop gather gathering gathering gathering ¬
ing bureau transferred to the
ing department depart department department ¬
ment of commerce and labor in order to toinsure toinsure toInsure
insure a more complete reorganization reorganizationSenator reorganJzton reorganJztonS reorganizationSenator
Senator S nator Dolllver Doliver of Iowa a warm war per personal personal personal ¬
sonal friend of Secretary Wilson Wison Wisonslated Is Isslated isslated
slated for the chairmanship of the son senate sonate ¬
sn snate
ate committee commitee on agriculture agriculure He is isopposed IsopposeB Isopposed
opposed to any change of the char character charactor har haract ¬
actor act r suggested suggestedWIFEBEATER suggestedWIFE suggestedWIFE
Portland Ore July 19 19Clem Clem Bicker Bickera BieJer BieJera
a wlferbeater wlfQbeater was wa today subjected sbjeteto sbjetetoter to toten toten
ten ter iahes lashes under the recently enacted enactedlaw enactedlmts
law 1 w providing provdintfol provldingfor for the thrashing hrhing of 01 wife wifebeaters wIfcbOt wifebentses
beaters bOt Bicker Bi ker tried trl d his best to be bebrav bew bebriybmt
brav briybmt w < Lbrat b the te lat last fewblows fe lows from from the thewhlp thewHljusehi thehc
wHljusehi whlp hc caused used him to cry cr cryout out in agony
Meeting ceting of the tlcZntvo Zcinistvo Z stvo Congress Cong s in inAncientvHcscow inAn init
it AncientvHcscow AncientvHcscowPOLICE An Anci i rt tccow tccowPOLICE osco oscoPOLICE
A OSCOW OSCO Juy Juy l 1The Th Thzm swnsivo zemnetvoI ho con congross CI CIgros
M I VI gross gros oii omioled I ed at tm midday today ta tn n nthe nthe 1 1tho
the reaWenee ret < oEJPrlaecr CPr I DiHBOtwlMtt DiHBOtwlMttgates D
The OoiigT l littended tte It 2ide 2idegates et1
gates g te else Courft Court H P fldttfl yd dJe i let leaWer er r of o the thedeputation thedeputaton thedeputation
deputation deputaton represwCtos repret the eongreas msr Rt ss re recently re recnU tocently ¬
cently cnU received reefvedby by the tb emperor presided presidedM pred
M 1 Golovine president l > resid nt of the organiz organizing ormz ergfliZIng ¬ I IIns
ing committee mmite ° hud hld hardly harly started a state statement i stateniemit tte ¬ I Iment
ment dealing delng with wJh the obstacles obtcl placed Jla in inthe Intl inthe
the e way of the thl congress e ngre announcing announcin that thatGovernor tht thatGovernor
Governor Grfneml G netl Kozloff l ozlef Jd ltd promised jiromiseUtliat urmid urmidUtat promisedthat l
that there woUhl wodt be b no n recourse reon to ex extreme eAtreml cxtreme ¬
treme treml measures wiles W I the chief chif of ofwit o 1le 1lewity iwlic iwlicivitt > <
aid officials officialsentered r I Ientere Ientered
wit wity ivitt numerous commiasariee cmmiai af J I IDocuments
entered the room roomDocuments rom roomDocuments
Documents Seized SeizedThe SeizedThe I IThe
The chief Cliff announced annocnt that the prefect prefecthud prefet prefeth prefecthtd
hud h d prohibited the he meeting meetns of the con coiigre COILgrass j jgre
gre gre grass s and lUd ordortrtthe ordotttle seizure sIzure of the docu documents dou documents ¬ I Iment
ments ment Count Harden H dn protested irUte against againstthe againstthe I Itht
the proceeding procce ln but but in d Uw chief of police policebean l 1oUcebegan lke lkehesan
bean taking tul ng < ine monies of the delegate delegateThen delegae delegaehen delegatesThen
Then hen cries cri tu1tns Vere were inen raised is < of Write rte down downthe downthe dowlithe
the whole hole of Russia Many Man persons personspresent prsons prsonsjresent parsonsliresetit
present the who were not delegates delete to the thecongress te tecongres thecongre4s
jresent that their names also alsoorder alsobe
congress requested tlat nm alS alSbe
congres In Inorder Inorder
be taken The pollee then delrte departed
order to draw raw summonses summonse ple and the sign signing sln slnhg signing ¬
ing was resumed resumedNational resume resumedNational
National Assembly Discussed DiscussedThe
The scheme of C a national ntonal assembly a5mbiy on onthe onthe
the basis outlined outine by the committee ommite pre presided Ire Iresided iresided ¬
sided over by b M 1 liouligan loulgan minister gf gfthe i ithe C Cthe
the interior was wa minutely m utelY and critically criticallydiscussed criticll eriticlbdiscussed I IdlcU8Sed
discussed and denounced dtnouuce as totally totly made inadequate madetuate ¬ I Ituate
tuate to remove Rus Russias ias internal griev grievances gre grlefances ¬ I Iance
ances because including a nroperty quail ttualtfioation qua quaIuaton quailflcjaton
fioation beeaut and an electoral electoal incuding system by classes classesit cases casesIt classeit
it Iuaton prevented the assembly > tmbly from truly trulyinterpreting trulyinterpretng trulyinterpreting
interpreting the will wi of the nation naton while whilethe whie whiethe whilethe
interpretng the exclusion ef numerous categories categor or orcitizens o ofcitizens 1 1ctzens
citizens from fro the tht franchise was a con contradiction contrudiction ¬ 1 1trdlcton
tradiction ctzens of the principles principle of equity eui and andreasonable andreasonable andreasonable
trdlcton reasonable state policy policyVoted oJicy oJicyVoted I IVoted
Voted to Participate ParticipateAt P < I IAt
Same time it was recognized recognizedthat recognizedthat 1 1that
At the ime ht inc tml re izc
that the proposed lr oe assembly a1mbly would wold com comprise cm cmpri5c eemprim ¬
prim a considerable coniderable portion prton of the social socialtionai socislrces socialfQrces
fQrces rces otthe of the empIre which would tend tendt
polItical liberty and regular na nattopal
t secure poltcl Ubrty n
Therefore It was wasc wascnsidcred
tionai t ttopal OflUI reprtsseiii rlpresentation represeiltatioli ii un o i iivrY iivrYconsidered
considered c nsldered desirable that tlnt in the event eventot eventot eventof
ot the carrying carying out of the Bouligau BouUgu or a asimilar asimiar asimilar
similar ot project the delegates delegate of the Zem Zemstvos ZemStV05 Zemstros
simiar stvos and municipalities munlchlaltes should partici participate JJlrtci JJlrtciptc lstrtieip440 ¬
pate in the assembly to the greatest gellt pps ppskibie pos P08ble postdble
kibie ptc tdble ble extent with wih the thE object of forming forminga
a compact croup and to obtain a guar guarantee guarantee ¬
antee n of individual i afn and Jo nubile i n1e n1eResolutions liberties libertiesResolutions libertiesResolutions
Resolutions Adopted AdoptedNumerous AdoptedNumeous AdoptedNumerous
Numerous resolutions embodying the theforesoins theAreolng theforegoing
foregoing Numeous criticisms w Ivare re e adopted unani unanimously unanirOusb unaniriniusly ¬
mously Areolng as critcisms were also resolutions reolutons complain complain1T complain1ig
rOusb nh of excessive ad administrative inistte and p pa palieu
1T lieu < control of elections electon and insisting Inslstns that thatpublicity thatpublcIy thatpublicity
1 publicity be b given to t the proceedings > rocedh of ofthe ofthe
the publcIy proposed assembly which should be bein beiQ belu
in direct relations with wlN the emperor with without wfh wfhut without
iQ out ut interference relatons from rom the council c uncl of the theemoire theemDlre thethOire
emoire emoireBOTH thOire thOireO1H
4 4OTH
Denver Society Societ Excited Over News of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the BinghamBondy Bingha1ondy Carriage Carriagein aage aagein
in This Ts City CityCSr Cit Cityc
c CSr Special > ecial to The Herald HeraldDenver Herld HerldDenvor HeraldDenver
Denver Colo Cob July 19 19Denver Denver Deer so soqlety s sQtety soqety
qlety circles are excited ocited over the he an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement today of the marriage marriag of ofMrs ofMrs ofRaleigh
Mrs Raleigh Bingham a beautiful beautful di diXorcee diyQce dioycee
Xorcee yQce oycee of Denver Denvclat at Salt Sal Lake Lke last lastMonday lastouday lastMonday
Monday to Louis Bondy Bond son of a New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York York miionaire millionaire who died recently recentlyleaving r recentlyleaving enUy enUyleaving
leaving an immense immens fortune to be b di divided diided dilded ¬
vided betweenthree betwellhree sons and a daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter terThe The bride is a daughter of one of the theoldest theOldest theeldest
oldest families famies in Denver and is a grad graduate graduate graduate ¬
uate of the manual manual training trainlng high school schoolShortly shol sholShoIty schoolShortly
Shortly ShoIty after leaving leavilg school schol she figured figuredIn fgred fgredIn
In a sensational sensatonal elopement case and be became became became ¬
came the wife wle of Raleigh Rleigh Bingham a atraveling atravelng atraveling
traveling travelng salesman salesma For several severl years yearsshe yearsshe
she made mae her home In the east east but was wasdivorced wasdivorced
divorced divorce and came back to Denver DenverBondy DenverBondy DenverBondy
Bondy became beame acquainted acquainte with wih the theoung theyoung
1 divorcee in the east and
young dvoree the cat soon soonlanded soon1aded soonlanded
landed 1aded in Denver with a big green au automobile automobie autolnobile ¬
tomobile tomobie This mQtor car was wa much muchoverworked muchoverworke muchoverworked
overworked overworke for several severl months and the theNew theNe theew
New Ne ew York man became becme a prime favor favorite favorite favorite ¬
ite In the set in which Mrs Mr Bingham Blnghamvvas Binghamwa
was wa a a leader The couple were were so s well wellknown trollknovn
known knownwat that iat whenhoy GY tried to steal a ai
Whenlt ds nere b WBt WBtw
w h tl tfto It 1 Lake Lke thoy tGY < were werecsiy
i easily csiy discoveredr discovere
s Father Fater Was Found Foud Guilty Guiltyas Gut
as Charged ChargedAPPEAL Ohae OhaeAPPEAL
I I OLA ICan I n July Jul 19 11E 1E E H H Funston FunstonI Funso
IOLA I I former foBer congressman c m from t this u tftatrfct tftatrfctXHd t Iptrctand
and father fKthr of General GerlFrk Frederick Puns Punston FUD Funaton
ton was wa today to y In police > ilce e court cr found foundguilty to fotmdguIlty
guilty guiy of disturbing dltrbln the tl peace lee and ad with withhaving withhaving 1tb 1tbhaving
having carried crre concealed cncele weapons wp He Hewas Hev 110was
was v fined tn 15 5 on O each ech charge claIe and In the thecosts U thecosts
costs cst of the th suit sit were charged chrg against againsthim aalDt aalDthim againsthim
him making makln a total tot1 of ofTho 3la 3laThe 3155The
The charges charles against ain Mr Funston Funton grew
of the wrecking wreking withdynamite wlUtynlte by a atemperance a atemperance
temperance tempernce fanatic fanai on July J1Iy 10 14 of three threeIota th thloi threeIota
Iota loi Joints joint or saloons slon The Te explosions explosionsfollowed explosionsfohiowed
expoons expoonsfollowe
followed followe an agitation against aphat the tb saloons saJoonsin ODS ODSIn
in which Governor Governr Hocn Mon was as appealed aplJale to toin toin toin
in an effort efort to secure ure the enforcement etorlnt of ofthe o ofthe
the te state prohibition IrhiblUou law lw Intense Intese lnteneeciternent ex excitement e ¬
citement followed rolowe the act of the th dyna dynamiter dynaden dynamiter ¬
miter and for r three days d the city y was wasmany wascrowiled
crowiled den denlf with lf people who o oBtany came f from frommany
many aolnts ont of the state to t view the thewreckage tb thewreckage
wreckage wrek e caused eusdand and to join jn in a a hunt huntfor buntto huntfor
for to the < dynamiter dynamiterFought damlterFought dynamiterFought
Fought a < Policeman PolicemanBurins Potceman PotcemanDurn PolicemanDuring
Burins Durn the height of the excitement txctement Mr MrFunstoii MrFuntott r rFron
Funstoii Fron it i was charted charled had made mde in inflammatory In tofiamniatory ¬
flammatory flmmator utterances utetuc to t crowds rwd that thatgathered th thfa thatgathered
gathered about him 1 on op the streets When WhenPatrolman When1atrelman
Patrolman fa Cannon tried t r tht to persuade d dluuston Mr MrFunstoit MrFUlLtOi1
Funstoit to desist teist a quarrel quarr between btwen the thetwo th thetwo
two ensued and Kunston 1n8ton it I was alleged allegedattempted aUee allegedattempted
attempted attmpte ensue to draw drw a revolver Funstpn Funstpnwas Funtn FuntnWiS Funstpnwas
was WiS arrested arree and formal fral chttrse made madeagainst mad madeaSlLlnst
against a albt him alter which he was W re released re toleased ¬
Jst leased upon his own recognizance recognizanceIn renizne renizneIn
In the upn trial which was I attended attende by byhundreds byhundreds byhundreds
hundreds of i torsons > ersons nont one witness tnes testi testitied tet testilieu
tied that Mr lr Funston had said I am amglad amglKd antglad
glad that some sme one had nerve enough to tooo tou
oo u it The I1e only regret reet is that tbt the men menSHloonkeepers me menisaloonkeepers
SHloonkeepers Ionkeper were not no there to be beblown b bebown
blown own out of o their buildings otdln If the thepolice theplce thepolice
police plce officers offieen had done their duty this thinwould thiswould thiswould
would not have happened lutpne I have no nosorrow n nosortow
sorrow 8rtow in my heart helt for the men along alongthks alng alngthi alongthis
this thi street stret that have hve suffered suffer loss J be because b because ¬
cause lU they have done business buh1 with wih these theseimit the thesemen
men and have not nt put ltt a stop to the th sa sakoii s saken
ken Ilun business businessCalled businc busincCaled businessCalled
Called Caled Witness a Liar LiarPatrolman LiarPRtrlman LiarPatrolman I
Patrolman Cannon testified that Mr MrFunston Mrulston r rlston
PRtrlman Cannn tetfe tht
Funston cursed ulston lston him himlliafs him1ats had threatened threatene his hi life lfe and an had hadcursed hd hdc1 hadearsod i I
c1 ant hats 1 1ats a lie Ue interrupted interr1td the te defend defendant deCen defendant ¬
antMr Mr Krnstoii testified testfd in his own de defens d doens
fens r ens n He admitted admite he had come com to town townatmed townaimed
aimed atned with a shotgun shogun and had purchased purchasedsnot purch
snot sht on that day He asserted asrted that he hewanted h hewanted
wanted the tht shot sot to protect prott his hl property propertylocated prpry prprylOte propetYlocated
lOte located some ImQ distance dlstaR out from lola lolaagainst 101 loinagainst
against Igalst a I threat thret that tht had been ben made mde to toburn tourn toburn
burn > urn it He denied denie having hving made infant inflammatory Jnfam Jnfammato infantmatory ¬
matory mato utterances utterancesThe uteranees uteraneesThe utterancesThe
The loss J caused by the explosion eplon was wasestimated wa wasestimated
estimated at Cus MOOW O and the alleged allge dy dynamiter dynamiter dynilmlter ¬
lstmate namiter C L MelviM is il still sti at large largealthough lare largeaithoegli
warrant has been issued lor lorhis brhis
although a I warrat ha hen iud lr lrhh
his hh arrest arre anJ an hundreds hunre of men have havesearched he heEearhed bawesearched
searched Eearhed for him himJudge hImJ himJudge
Judge J ExpressedRegret ExpressedRegretJudge Expressed Regret
I Iton I
Judge JUde Adair dai in l sentencing 5ltenl Mr 11 Fun FunBion Fn Funetonsakl
ton etonsakl etonsakltt said I IIt
It t fe f with ih treat eAt r regret rtt that t I r rbeen b haw hawbeen
been I called e uWmt uiop to render reDer judgment dmen in inthe I inthe
the te matter 1u While7 Wtl this thislo > IsJ 1 not a matter matterof mtt
of testimony ttlnn I wlb wish to state stte that I have have1known hve haveknown
known klwl Mr Funston ever since I have havebeen
been bn inKansas in KanSt Kansas that I know him to be b bean
an honorable bonorble upright citizen citzen and a a man manof
of exemplary exemplry character and reputation reputaton I Iheartily I I
heartily icartiy syrar smthl sympathize > athize e with wib his hi feelings felns in inregard inregard
regard repard to the joint jint question IUelton A man who whoregards whoregards
regards r ards his family famiy and children chidren would wouldnaturally woul wouldnturahiy
naturally nAtur resent rent anything which would wouldtend wouldtend wouldtend
tend todisgrace to disrce or injure them I do not notwish notwlh notwleh
wish wlh it understood undertod that tht any judgment jud nt I Imay Imany
may lny render indicates lndkate that 1 do not nt sym sympathizc
pathizc IWthlz with the th sentiments SnUments and feelings feelingsof felng
of those tho who believe beleve in the enforcement enforcementof
of if the prohibitory prohibitor law I have decided decidedthe deide decidedthe
the matter mater disregarding the standing standin standlm of oftiie ofthe ofthe
the defendant public I > ubll sentiment senUme and andeverything anderythin andeverything
everything except exc Dt the law and the evi evidence ¬
dence denceContinuing denceContinuing I
Continuing Contnuing Judge Adair said sid that the thetestimony tbeteimoy thettiinony
testimony teimoy showed that the defendant defendantcame defendantcame
came cml to town with wih a gun and bought boughtammunition bught bughtMmmuniton boughtammunition
ammunition Mmmuniton that he made gn loud utter utterances uter uteranc utterances ¬
crowds that gath gathered gathered ¬
ances anc before bfoe several 8veral croWl gt
ered about himon him on the streets stret and an that thathis thath thathis
his h language lanage addressed to Patrolman PatrolmanCannon PatrolmanCannon
Cannon was insulting insultingMr Insultng InsultngMr
Mr Funston was wa not in court crt when the thedecision t thedecision
decision decion was wa rendered His attorney atorny im immediately immediately hemediately
mediately filed fied an anappeal appeal to the district districtcourt dt districtcourt trict trictcourt
court There were but few persons perso in inthe Inlbe inthe
the court room at the time and there therewtas thereas therewas
was as no show of a demonstration demonstrationNot
Not Surprised at Result ResultLater ResultLater ResultLater
Later Mr Ir Funston who had come into intotown lutolown Intotown
town from his country residence reti said saidthat saidthat
that he had not expected a favorable favorabledecision favorabledecision favorabledecision
decision and was therefore tl erefore not dlsap dlsappointcd disappainted
painted pointcdl
l hI > n discussing discussl g the result of his trial trialMr trialMr
Mr Funston said saidThere SKidThere saidThere
There is not a citizen of Kansas who whobelieves whobelieves whobelieves
believes that I am guilty of disturbing disturbingthe
the peace We shall win out in in the dis district distr1 dintriot ¬
trict tr1 t ceurt to which we have appealed appealedthe
the ease easel
I have received letters from all over overKansas overKansns overKansas
Kansas expressing sympathy and the be belief behief
lief that I am innocent Not one of ofthese
these letters but has expressed the hope hopethat hopethat
that I mao win out outThe outThe outThe
The people are waking up The dyna dynamiting dnale dynamiting ¬
miting of f the lola saloons was most t de deplorable tieplorable ¬
plorable le but at lat latloa the loa same e time it will willanswer willanswer i
answer a good purpose in stirring the thepeople thepeople thepeophe
people of Kansas to action It will call callattention calLattention
attention anew to the fact that these thesesame thesesame thesesame
same conditions exist in almost t every everyKansas eeryI everyKansas
Kansas I ansas tow town townCrusade townCrusade i iCrusade
Crusade About to Start StartThe StartThe StartThe
The prohibition law will be enforced enforcedThe enforcedThe enforcedThe
The time is coming soon We e must not notleave notleave notheave
leave it to a few preachers and enthusi enthusiasts enthusiasts enthusiasts ¬
asts or the thing will drop right here hereThe herePhI herePhe
The bone and sinew the solid men of ofthe orthe ofthe
the country must take part The time timewill timewIll timewilt
will come when a member of the legis legislature leglslatun hegisJattire ¬
lature will ill have to declare himself he hewill hewill hewill
will have to say sa whether he favors favorsstrengthening favorsstrengthening favorsstrengthening
strengthening the law and he wont be beelected beelected beelected
elected If he doesnt The law Ja should be beamended beamended beamended
amended so that a saloonkeeper who per persists persists perslats ¬
sists in the violation of the law should shouldbe
be disfranchised he is not fit to par participate participate participate ¬
ticipate in the government I have ha faith faithin faithIn faithin
in Governor Hoch It is a big question question1He questionH question1ic
He is i going slow But he will act And Andthe Andthe
H rif1tbftl rif1tbftllgiis lgiis h
the prohibitionists will v win winDEMONSTRATION winDEMONSTRATION
St Petersburg July 19 193I M I Wlt Wittfes Wttsdeparture Wittfesdeparture s I
departure for Paris toda todawhilesy today > v whilea s sdomesUc very verydomestic ry rydomestic
domestic affair was the occasion for a aremarkable aremarkable aremarkable
remarkable demonstration in his honor honorThe honorThe honorThe
The compartment occupied by Russias Russiaschief Russlaschie Russiaschief
chief plenipotentiary < was filled with withflowers withfiowers withflowers
flowers and the platform of the station stationwas stationwas stationwas
was crowded with friends who bade badehim badehim badehim
him good bye and good luck in the thegreat thegrent thegreat
great mission before him The whole wholeaffair wholeatfalrwas wholeaffairwas
affair atfalrwas was a testimonial of the strength strengthof
of M Wittes personal following followingAmong followJngAmong followingAmong
Among those present were all the theprominent theprominent theprominent
prominent officials offi < ials who have seen seenservice seenservice seenservice
service under the former minister of offinance offinance offinance
finance The secretary of the Chinese Chineselegation Chin Chinaelegation e elegation
legation and the Korean minister mlnist r were wereboth wereboth wereboth
both in attendance Mme Witte will willnot wIllnot willnot
not accompany her husband hUflbandIt husbandTRAGEDY husbandTRAGEDY
Rome Ga July 19 19Geore George Wright Wrightcity Wrightcity Vrightelty
city passenger r and ticket awst here herefor herolor herefor
for the Southern railway ralha wasshot was shot a id idkilled adkilled d dkilled
killed today by Vincent Vlnc l1t T Sanfofd SanfofdSanford S nforo nforoSanford nCo nCoSanford
Sanford refused to talk and the cause of ofof ofof ofof
of tho tragedy is not known knownCARRIERS knownc knownCARRI k own ownCARRIERS
< Special to The Thp Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWa HeraldWashington
Washington Wa shin toll July iaAtJps0h 8ItOh < sP P Gill Gillhns Chlh ChlhbLabsea
hns h bLabsea been eea appointed appointedJ ptlSlitttd 19JifiiJ r1J r1JJ m1lU Gill 3t
J r Chiiin hlnn substitute substitutecarrier i5ril 1W de1 delce1 delce1carrier e ecarrIer
carrier on Route 3 Boise Ida
Jury in the Williamson Case Is IsStill IsStill IsStill
f 4 4 + 4 + + + + + + 4 + i + + + t + t + t + t tPortJaad + + + + + + + + + +
+ +
4 + PortJaad Ore July aTho The j jJ > + e
+ in the WHMajnsouGessner W W1lftamsoaGnanerjcase KIK BHeaae +
+ f case failed to arrive at a verdi vz I I Iat +
4 at HJI tonight and were looked nr i I < + 4
+ 4 The Jury at that hour had been bee it out i i co <
± few minutes more than thirtytw thirt t n +
+ 4 hours There Js practically no qm qmtton < 111 111tlon m +
+ tics that the jury stands at 11 11iORTLAXD J m 1 +
+ favor of conviction to 1 for acquit +
t t tP
iORTLAXD ORTuUD Ore July IS DAft After er r re remaining reo reomalnlDc tor ¬
P r maining In secret deliberation < n amore > r rmore rmore
more than twenty boom the jury jtrvthe a athe tthe
the WIlHamsonGessnerBlggs W1lltam onGe snerBlggs subonui subonuitton subomtUon subrnlion
lion of perjury case reported to Judg De DeHaven D DHaven LHaven
Haven In the United States sircuit sir t court courtthai COiltt co cothat
thai t it was unable to arrive at a vcx vcxdfct verdiet 1 1diet
diet and asked for additional instructions instructionsJudge ins Instrm InstrmJudge t r Jr r i n nJndce
Judge De Haven Iia n read some addit ad addiinstructions it t > < > n nJn < V VIiMtroctioM
instructions Jn trnctlollll and instructed them to t I r rand rand t tand <
and deliberate further At noun tiivy tiivywere t twere Li y ywere
were still in conference conferenceOne coaferenceOne conferenceOne
One Stands Out OutCommon OutCommon OutCommon
Common report has it that the tii tiistands jury jurystands J Jstands
stands eleven to one for conviction convi m un d1 d1the IP I Ithe Ithe
the story if i going the rounds that t hat V t tCook u uCook iCook
Cook a brickmaker of Eugene is it th thdissenting trdissenting tl tldissenting
dissenting juror This looked plauM plauMwhen plau plauwhen pkuwhen >
when the jury appeared for Cook Cookthe k v vthe i ithe
the first to o ask k for instructions instrueti nit Ho Holooked n nJooked i ilooked
looked worried worri d and worn and desired tho thocourt th thcourt a acourt
court to read again his charge as to what whatconstitutes whatconstitutes whatconstitutes
constitutes the crime of perjury TTIS TTISwas TL18wa T is iswas
was done doneJudge doneJudge doneJudge
Judge De Haven read from a decision decisionsustained dei dcsustained < iolL iolLsustained
sustained by the supreme court in wMn wMnwere wh11were a ii iiWere
were some instructions pertinent pertin nt to tit titpresent thpresent ti tipresent
present condition The instructions wrrc wrrcin WII WIIIn v r rin
in substance that in a large proportion pr p rtz rtzcases > t oj ojcases ofcase
cases absolute certainty cannot be is oxin oxined Xl x xed
ed that while the verdict must mu t be b tio tioindividual tLoindividual ti tiindividual
individual verdict of each juror it mx m > t tbe tbe Cbe
be not simply a matter of C acqiil aepIibut < s t1iC t1iCbut r r rbut
but must ba founded uson a reas reasoijab rcasoidconviction nab a aconviction
conviction in his own mind mindUrged mindUrged
Urged Them to Reason ReasonHe ReasonHe
He cautioned the jury that tile I i o oway v vway vWay
way to determine the facts in a a criminal criminaltrial rimlI rimlItrial rim I Itrial
trial was by the verdict of a jury jut arI arIthat aI aItbat tx I Ithat
that this jury could not expect exisetto anntitT anntitTto 10t r 1 1to
to be more J re reasonable or intellijrrnt tiiaa tiiaait t Jc1 Jc1it s 1 1it
it is It advised ed them that if i t thtre t ii rt TV isa 3 3a 3a
a majority of jurors for conviction cons m Lion > n tha thaminority U UmlnorJty i iminority
minority or one dissenting dl juror jun r h h14 i < vu M Minquire 1 1Jnqulre IInquire
inquire of himself whether the d lv 1 > ubt ubtwhich lbthleh C Cwhich
which hleh he entertained and which was as r r > t tsuch tsuch tsuch
such as a to make an impression upon u w n tia tiaminds tL tLminds t a aminds
minds of the great majority of jurymen jurymenwas jUryILCnwas juzrcrwag
was a reasonable or sufficient doubt ai lj ljthat r rthat a athat
that if on the other hand there was wasmajority w 1 1majority i imajority
majority for acquittal the minority should shouldexamine shou slo 1 1examine Iexamine
examine its mind and see if its I La oi opiTl opiTlwas o > irn i iwan < i iwas
was just since the reasons upon whir i iwas < it itwas itas
was as based had not made an imprt imprupon irnprupon s supon >
upon the others The court lnstru insttlJtke lust ri < 1 1the 1the
the jurors that the jury rom is not notplace t tplace
place for pride of opinion opinionOUT optnioDOUT opinionOUT
OUT OF DANGER DANGERPhysicians DANGERPhysicians DANGERPhysicians
Physicians Delighted With Senator SenatorClarks SenatorClarks
Clarks Condition ConditionA
+ f A dispatch to The Herald yostT yostTday Yfst estr < r rday +
4 day from J H Anderson Senator SenatorClarks 4 f ft
4 Clarks secretary says saysThe saysThe + f fThe
t + The doctor in attendance Is d alighted + f
4 4 lighted with the senators condiUirt condiUJ1following conJi i + f
4 4 following the dressing dres lng of the wnir wrnr1 wrnr1Tue w < I 4 f fTuesday
4 + Tuesday Tue day He says the indlcatlor JndkatiLpoint indic tti ttipoint s + f ff
+ f point to rapid healing of the w wundo wundoand und u I 4 4and f fand
+ and a short convalescence cence Th > sf Sf1 Sf1ators n + 4ators
+ ators temperature is normal and he heis hels L + 4 4Is
+ is resting comfortably comfortablyorSnt + 4New
+ 4 +
+ orSnt New York kviiWruA July 19 19The The cnndiMra ndi fr frl8 4 4of f
+ 4 of Senator < William A Clark J wlio w o 4 f
4 f is ill at his home in this city eit Is 1 1reported + 4 f freported
4 reported today by his physician s ssatisfactory lsatlstactOQ 4 4satisfactory
+ + satisfactory The senator continues ontinsto 01 tifl S S 4 4to +
+ 4 to improve and he Is practically out outoC 4 f
4 4 of danger dl1lerf dl1lerJAPAN 4 f fJAPAN
4 4
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Has Little Faith in the Sincerity of ofTokio ofRussia ofRussia
Russia RussiaToklo RussiaTokio
Tokio July 19 19It It is believed that thatEmperor t113tEmperor thatEmperor
Emperor Nicholas recently sent an i en encouraging encour encotiraging ¬
couraging cour ging message to General Lurf Lir1tCh Lir1tChpromising I vitch vitchpromising j jpromising
promising him men menprov1eions provisions ar a oth other other other ¬
er necessities for attaininr a vi 1 < ory oUIt tir tirIt oryIt
It is also reported that the Kusan Kusaneroperor R1Fsanemperor Fx van vanemperor
emperor recently ordered the mobiliza mobilization IDQ ireblization > liza lization ¬
tion of four army corps Thi Thitaken lav lavtaken Lttaken
taken in connection with the reprrt reprrtlimitation rc > Jtt v tel tellimitation l llimitation
limitation of M Wittes power p wer as a apeace Cnr Cnrpeace Co Copeoce
peace plenipotentiary r3 is deemed to Z > be bea it ita
a sign that Russia Is not sincere Ir r Lrr Lrrexpressed ltrexpr r rexpressed
expressed expr ssed desire for the conclus > n of ofpeace o opeace ofpeace
peace Heavy He vy seas are still racir cf cfthe ofthe c r rthe
the coast of the island of Sakhalin arj arjfurther ari arifurther a I Ifurther
further reports of the Japanese Jap nese orci orcitions OI o ct cttions > 3 3tlons
tions there are not expected In the n nftiture var varfuture 3 3future
future futureCHINESE futureCHINESE
4 Washington July 19 19The The state statedepartment 4 4 4department
+ department has been informed tor h ifs 1Sconsuls 4
4 consuls that the Chinese boycott boy bo rtt t tagainst + t
4 4 against American goods which W Winstituted va 4 +
4 4 instituted today was organiz organized d b bthe 4 4 4the
4 + the trade guilds in five ports portsSha portsShahai SJiar Sla Slahal + f
+ hai Canton Tientsin Hankow HanknwNewcbuang Hank w wNewchuang u I + t t4Newchuangr
4Newchuangr + It is believed the trov4 bCty bCtycott bo 4 4cott
4 + cott will not be successful or d dparticular > a 4 +
4 particular injury inju to American gofJS gonJexcept g + + I
4 4 except In the cities of Canton ar a 1 1Sbangh81 4 44Shanghai 4
4 Shanghai where the guild a astronger 4 44stroncer +
4stroncer 4 stronger than elsewhere Tlre Ti re 0 0no 4 44no 4no
4no + no official action which the I lrtrd lrtrdStates I cited rc 4 +
4 4 States government can take as iongr lDgas g 4 4t
4 t as it remains a simple bcycoit bcYCOLtrefusal ht yctt r + 4
4 4 refusal to purchase Americn i L gon goI goIbut g < a 4 44but
4but 4 but it is thought the boycott Rii4 a 1 1be 4 4be
4 be discouraged by the Chinese Chit me g v v vernment
4 ernment as far as possible possibleI 4 4u +
u + + 4ROOT
44 I + 4 4 + + I + + + + I 4 I 4 4 4 + I + 4 4ROOT t I t I IJI
ROOT SWORN IN INWashington INWaShington INWauIngton
Washington July 19 nElihu Elihu R RXew Rn flot t of ofNew ofNew
New York was w S sworn in as secret secretof sPtrtot s r rof
of state today The oath was admi admitered admtered a1r1toted
tered by William McNear ass assistavt assistavtbrari assist 1st an anbrarian tvbrarian
state department departmentremain de1 departmentretary S Sretary
brarian brari n of the >
retary Root announced ed thalt he v uui uuiremain I Iremain
remain here during duri the day as 1v Ji Jisired i isired 1 1sired
sired to to1ook look m > some legal inatt inattconnected mJtt3 mJtt3connected ir t tconnected
connected with the state departTn departTnHe departJHe deparrHe
He expects to return to New Newnight York Yo h hnight to toSALT >
Portland Ore July 19 19A A oomm a aappoiated IappoiJllted s sappointed
appointed to select the z 1lace > lace of m yring r rIng t tIng
Ing for the next annual convent convnr convnrthe if n of ofthe
the national conference of charitie chant c a acorrections c > x xcorrections
corrections today selected Philadi Philadiphia Ph I la I Iphia
phia as the place of meeting lor i r rcxt rcxtyear r rydar
year The vote stood stoodPhiladelphia t tPhiladelphia
Philadelphia IS Richmond 6 lli llineapolis 1 1neapolis
neapolis Salt Lake and Denyer 1 rah rahHURRICANE Ii IiHURRICANE
t tMadrid
Madrid July 19 19A A hurricane has alr alrmost fl flmost
most entirely destroyed the harvest ir irthe ir irthe
the provinces of Saragossa and Vaieres Vaieresttius nit res restame
tame adding Immensely to the genera generaaiatxeae geraillstress
aiatxeae aiatxeaeIt
It has fteca be it decided to entirely sus suspend su suped ¬
pend all work as a a protest against tuci tucilack thqlack
lack of provisions here

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