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VOL VIII NO R21 62 PENSACOLA PENSACOLAFL0RIDA FLORIDA THURSDAY THURSDAYIORNING MORNING JULY J 61905 1905 PRICE 5 I NTS NTS i
REMA REMAINS INS OF JOHN HA YATREST1NCLEVEJAjVD Y YAT YI YAT I
AT ATREST1NCLEVEJAjVD REST IN INCLEVELAND CLE VELAND
tt ai Attended by President and andMine andCaiinet andCaiet
Mine and Many Other Dis Distinguished Distinguished Distinguished ¬
tinguished MenSIMPft Men HenSiiMPLE MenSI
SiiMPLE SI 1PLE SERVICES SERVICEStte
Were 81e Held at Request of Dead DeadSecretarys DeadSecretarys DeadSecretarys
Secretarys Family Family9ODY
9ODY ESOORTCD D BY CAVALRY TO TOLOT TOLOT TOLOT
LOT IN LAKEVIEW CEMETERY CEMETERYWHEBC CEMETERYWHERIL CEMETERYWHERt
WHEBC IT WAS CONSIGNED TO TOITS TOITS roITS
ITS LAST RBST4NG PLACE PLACEPRBStDBNT PLACEPRBStDSNTRETlJIRNEDAT PLACEPRBSDENT
PRBStDBNT PRBStDSNTRETlJIRNEDAT RETURNED AT ONCE ONCETO ONCETO ONCETO
TO WA1SMNGTON WA1SMNGTONBy WASH NGTON
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By Associated Press Pressjfv PressCieYeI ±
CieYeI jfv nd 0 Jl1 Jtilf iAt I At almost ex exa oxar
a ar r Tiy DOOR today to y the t e boiy boi of John JohnK Johnr2
K r2 was laid to rest is Lakeview com comC
C ur < T r > AixMmd AnHllldtH the opea grave at the theA
1d A > momoat m6llt Rt stoad with wtt towed heads headsf
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b > f prttgidwt a4 vicepresident of oftb oftil oru
tb tnited States Sta members and ex exrf exrrln exrrnbrs
rf rrln rrnbrs nhors of 0 the present cabinet c inet and andrfii andJn andti
rfii who 00 bad Aa ad la former years served servedvh senoofh
vh 1 ti th hl d deatl ad secretary in the official officialfiiuily officialuily officIaiauily
fiiuily uily of 0 ProakRrat Pro lwnt McKinley McKinleyTnre lcKlnlYTIPf
Tnre were many man others who willnl will w1lIW0U14 williKy
nl iKy would haTe haepaid paid a tribute tributeinr c5 c5Siior 0 0lIl1r
Siior lIl1r and respect ro peot to Mr Hay Ha but it itxa itTtts
xa 3 > tU wish of his family that the theH thel theliI thehovtd
H shXHrtdpe hovtd 4e conducted for John Johni Johnthe
i the Man an they knew and lovedrvte loved lovedprivate lovedrate
private life If 1 and not for the bril brilji briLand
ji 11 and fbrcefuiiipreffiier IorcecuJt remier whose name names namlonored nameuionored
s honored Ttfhefever clean and sue succ sueful suecfu
c cfu fu statesmanship is esteemed esteemedraea
aJg lJn men raeaA mea menA 1 1J 1A
J
A Small Assemblage Assemblageir Asse ge I Ia
r a aeba Dlagraf hnJuneral1U1d hnJuneral1U1dlIld
ir ad his hi grave was therefore thersoreIT small smallT sma J JI
T > > visible I iblp hoBOTE accoiitei aocorU him in inn Iflwere
n were ia a ratio directly inverse inversehose inorser
r hose ho oe e freely given him ia life and andtiai an anapt anaps
tiai apt ps > K no greater reater testimony to the theof theIn theh
In h of the man could have been beeup
p on n than the quiet manner in which whichLie whicht ivhlchlass
Lie t 6 roumrymen ountr untrvmen men who ho appreciated his his1iarecter hist hisharseter
t 1iarecter aad ad nchJeveaieats lICh eemeals stood stoodtrifle stoodide stoodp4j4
trifle ide at hit hi familys wish i8 to take hoso hos hosajf hosazt
ajf of o the future for the t e endurance endurancetf e Quranceflf
tf I his hi fame Tb The events te ts of o the day dayf dayfl4ZftftCC I
f imnwnoei fl4ZftftCC with the arrival arrt l of o Pros Prosin pren ProsRooeceks
in n Roo Rooeceks v tIt1i < Hi trate at 9 a m and andd andj andjwith
> > d < i with its tf AefMutwe dtepaolt re at S p m mTjv mftI infuneral
Tjv funeral ftI tral itself tt eV wa heW between betweenard
aid t1l1 12 l oclock o cl ck the th tatenaeat be ber
r a noon noonwi DOORHn flooat
wi Hn t on n at 9 oclock the special train trainp train1Ug
p vine v 1Ug 1y Presld President ot Reeeeveit lt and the thev thetrs
v ot < > ers > rs of his cabtoet arrived at t the
I of th the Feaasrtvaaia road a ari re ren
n committee < e composed of mem memthe momS
S > the chamber of o commerce wa waAng was wasing as asing
ing and greeted the t e presWentsIderr president presidentslder preeklonttJlden
slder th then < li walked q kJkl dckhi kJklV icktIt
i V e > train toward his carriage carriageIt carriageined
It f anied by b Mr X Swase president presidentJc
Jc C amber cc commerce As soon soonU soont
U t had taken their seats the theof ther th throLthecanetaadthere
r roLthecanetaadthere roLthecanetaadthereo4naIttee of 0 the cafciaet aad ad the re reCommittee reo
o Committee entered other car carani carand cara1
and heeded by D the riding mom jaemI memTroop
I I f Troop A the t e proee proonioa sioa of oflf orf elmoved
lf f 0 g moved off at a smart trotibec trot trotH
H haafeer 1uu ter oC commerce two twoif twot
t aa vav
aaThe
The Presidents Party PartyTreBfdeattml PartyI PartyTire8WeflRI
I TreBfdeattml Te Wendal partj were Hon HonM Hon5haw Honhaw
M Shaw secretary oC the treas treasaies tre tred
4 aies d 1f6 J BoM4 enaqrte rte secretary secretaryuy ecretarry
1 uy q ry Jamef J Wllswn secretary secretaryare secretaIre
fi r are E A 14 Hitcfccock secre secrche secreh secrehe
he h Interior Victor H Mot Mettary Mottary Iotpta1
pta1 tary of o commerce an and f lat la laaarter lanaeiter
if t aarter maM er Geaernl l G B ILrnPy Oortel OortelHP Oortelnp1
np1 HP G eral 1 W T V H Moody MoodyP Moodf
f P C s Kaox of Pennsylvania PeansylvaaiaJ
to J Tiey nn general gt > > Recal Charles C ades Bm Dinrmer Bmfarmer Emf
f farmer fn rmer r post postmaster ster geaeral geaeralV gCDE > ra1 ra1Pc
Pc p V iformer oimer secretary of the thea
a 4 Ellhtt Root fOrmer ecre secr secrTa secrev ecreE
ttrv ttrvst Ta v 1 T E Ia addttfoa a dltloa there were vrereleriis weref wereiets
f leriis jts stenographer st apher M A Ahe AI Aa
I 3 a he presidents secretary secretaryb cretaryn
c b Jr Jraud and Dr D Rlxey s sr srot r rof rt
t of the TJnUe4 Unlt t States StatesJ Statesirmens
st stir J n rmotts crowd had gath gathof
0 r of the t e chamber cka r of cow cowe co
r e > the 1 roafag of the i prep prepdeprtwre treB re
5 V 1 departure df > 18rt re of the theI funer funerzmng
I ° 2 zmng rang detail of police wasi wasij waskeep was waskoep
j keep k p them in line Side SideMr Sideno
4 no Mr Swasay an r closely closelyYicePresideat closelyVieePreswent
1 YicePresideat Fairbanks Fairhanksr
ip Her Herpfesideat Hert HerrdOt
r rp gjjy an with Governor
° t pfesideat p esidORt at t the depot depotri
ir 4 ri It bets t I rs of the cabinet and andmmittee andmmfttee i ir
r mmittee the president presidentakmg presIdentaleng resldenta10Rg
akmg the haH toward towardT towardandhorlnm
> T thp auditorium in whichav which i iThe
av The two sentries onp on ondoor 1 1f
p f door fell oil hack with pre preand preand preand
> and givlac vi thea a aite qalck qalckHe 1 1It
He It the preHdent entereA entereAT entereAi entereAiY
l T the casket The mem memv memprIdenthI
v i prIdenthI > rp > ideatial party follow follown
n all had entered the doors doorsP
t
OJ P and the sentries resumed resumedonce
once Qn e wore woreIP
t 7 IP I eiarogood PXHe M wish of Mrs Mrsr Mrsrsi4ent
r sidaat f > nooseeaK Booseveltsee shoald shoaldee sho 1d
0 see ee the t e face of the sec seeti secn secJ secJt
t ti isn < > n if f he e desired jesirodt9 t to do so soie soe J Je
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Caricature Sketch of The TheT Theflfime
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Prime Minister M nijter of Canada CanadaSIR
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SIR SIRWILFRED WILFR WILFRED ED LAURIER LAURIERPRESIDENT LAURIERPRESIDENT
j jPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTEN ROOSBVELTEN ROOSI3 VELT VELTjr
EN jr ROUTE TO THE EASTGREETED EAST BASTGREETED
GREETED BY BYtARGE LARGE CROWD WHEN WH EN TRAIN ARRIVED AT ATPIT PITTS PITTSBURG PITTSEURG = TS TSBURG
BURG BUT DECLINED TO MAKE ADDRESS ADDRESSSUBECT SUBECT OF OFSUCCESSOR OFSUCCESSOR OFSUCCESSOR
SUCCESSOR TO lR R HAY CONSIDERED BUT NO NOANNOUNCEMENT NOANNOpNCEM NOANOUNE2IENT
ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOpNCEM ENT MADE
By Associated Press PressPittsburg PressPittsburg PressPlthburg <
Pittsburg July Jul 5 5The The prestdents presidentstrain prestdentstrain
train arrived here as a special sp cial from fromCleveland fromCleveland IromCleveland
Cleveland at 860 tonight and left for forthe forthe forthe
the East at 9 Quite a large crowd crowdgathered crowdgathered crowdgathered
gathered at the station to greet him himand himand himand
and after repeated calls for a speech speechthe speechthe speechthe
the president responded saying they theyought theyought theyought
ought not expect him to make a aspeech aspeech aspeech
speech after returning from the t e fu funeral lun duneral ¬
neral n ral of Mr Jr Hay who had been a afriend afriend afriend
friend of all the people peopleThe peopleThe peopleThe
The president spent the afternoon afternoonand
and night after leaving Cleveland in inan inan inan
an informal conference confcr nce with the tb cabi cabinet O8l cabinet > i inet ¬
net on boar his train He had as his hispersonal hispersonal hispersonal
personal guests Elihu Root Paul Mor Morton Morton Morton ¬
ton Charles Emory Smith Secretary
the president he deolined to disturbthe disturbthe disturb disturbthe
the existing arrangements rraDgen ents in l the theslightest thesUghtest theslightest
slightest degree and andthe the casket casl t was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not opened openedThe openedThe openedThe
The Funeral Cortege CortegeThere CortegeThere CortegeThere
There was a brief pause during duringwhich duringwhic duringwhich
which the president and members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cabinet cati stepped forward to pay paytheir paytheir paytheir
their respects to Mrs frs Hay as she en entered entered entered ¬ 1
tered the auditorium 3JJditor pnI from an an ante anteroom anteroom anteroom
room Krd rd t Vn > 1tlI all was readytfpr r ready a for the thedeparture thedepart thedepartvre
departure depart eo IUt > > the hail The Theme members membersof nbers
of 0 the u caT A r et present and past rang ranged range4 ranged ¬
ed tkeaeevts In tdvance v1ice of the bier bierand bierand bierand
and the six ix t n > H1c ncesinssione4 noom mn sloned officers officersof
of Troop H took their plal1esat places at theside the theside theside
side of 0 the casket When the honor honorary honora ¬
ary a BI pftlltecrerf pUt Telf moved forward the thecasket thecasket thecasket
casket was raised raiselby by the cavalrymen cavalrymenand ca l men
and followed by the members Of < tf the theHay theHaY theHay
I Hay family ami the th president and mem meml memobers members
l bers > ers of the reception committee C wmitee it itwas Itwas Itwas
was borne tilmis a7on cmg the Railway aU ay and a d out outto outto outto
to the f ftln funeral a Ml oar r atlhe at llie Jbor The Thesabros Thesabres Ihesabres
sabres of the cavalryman jjashed in inthe Inthe Inthe
the sun in a salute ss ts s the casket ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared in the Jborway cona 3nd every hat hatin hatIn hatIn
in the great and waitics wa1tj crowd wa wasremoved waremOTed waremoved
removed The membars mc bQrs of th cab cabinet cabInet cabmet ¬
inet formed in twO > Hpes outsH j of ofthe ofthe t tthe
the door and the casket was borne bornebetween bornebetween Wrn Wrnobetween
between them and placed Iia ed In tfce tfcehearse t1ehearse 1ehearse
hearse The carriages s or the pa pabearers iahearers pahearers
hearers then formed a line in advaiof advat advatof dva dvaor
of the hearse and those tbo e of ofthetam ofthetamlof the tarn tarnof farnof
lof of President Roosevelt BooseT 1t and of ofcommittee f t tcommIttee V Vcommittee >
committee followed on on A A few shar sharwords sharords sharwords
words of command scurrying anfl anfltramping anttramping anfltramping
tramping of hoofs hoofsan and the t tb e cavalrywheeled cavalry cavalrywheeled caalrywheeled
wheeled into column and an 1 passed to tothe tothe tothe
the front of the cortege There was wasno wasno wastb
no tb delay and thfr theta th cavalry aIry ry moved at a aiuick ailwck aquick
quick < trot passed straight stIght4cth sonlb to toi
i 0
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Shaw Attorney Attorn yGqneral General neral Moody Post Postmaster Postmaster Postmaster ¬
master General Cortelyou Cort lyou and Dr DrRlxey DrRue DrRtxey
Rlxey RlxeyDuring Rue RueDuring RtxeyDuring
During the afternoon the president presidenttook presidenttcok
tcok up important matters with members mem membors ¬
I bers of the cabinet individually but butno butt butno
t no announcement was made concern concerning concernI concernIng ¬
ing them The president talked long longand longand longand
I and earnestly with Former Secretary SecretaryRoot S SecretaryRoot cretaryRoot
Root who has h s been almost constantly constantlywith const nfIy nfIywith
with him since joining him hi n at Jersey JerseyCity J Jerseycity rsey rseyCity I
City yesterday yesterdayIt i
It is yet et too early to tomake make any an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement regarding the successor to toMr 1011r toMr
Mr Hay but it is known the subject subjectwas
was considered informally by the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president today with friends aboard aboardthe aooardI aboardthe 1
the train I
I
Euclid avenue and then due east eas tothe to tothe tothe
the cemetery five miles mi1 s away awayAt awayAt awayAt
At the Cemetery CemeteryThe Cem tery teryJhe
The drive to the cemetery occupied occupiedthe
the greater part of an hourand hour and it was wasalmost wasalmost wasalmost
almost 11 oclock when the cavalrySwept cavalry cavalryswept cavaJrswept
swept under the arched gateway and andhalted nd ndhalted d dhalted
halted at the side of Wade chapel chapelForming ch chapelForming pe1
Forming a line on one side sl e of the road roadway roaday roadway ¬
way ay the horsemen stood with pre presented preented prosented ¬
sented sabres while the casket was wascarried wascarried wascarried
carried into the little chapel chapeli followed followedby
i by the family and the pres president d nt and andmembers andmembers andmembers
members of the cabinet The services serviceswere serviceswere serviceswere
were strictly private and indeed the thechapel thechapel thechapel
chapel is so small that it was difficult difficultfor
for all of the properly accredited per persons persons persons ¬
sons to find room within the thewaUs thewaUsThe walls wallsThe wallsThe
The services were simple sl ple A hymn hymnTennysons hmnT hymnTennysons
Tennysons T nnsons Crossing the Bar ar was wasrendered wasr6ndered wasrendered
rendered by a male quartette a pas passage passag passage ¬
sage sag of the scriptures was read readRev by byRev byRev
Rev H C Haydn pastor of the old oldstone oMstone oldstone
stone church This was follbwetf fo1J wea we by bya
a second hymn For All the SaintsWho Saints SaintsWho SaintsWho
Who From Their Labors ResV Rest from Jromthe fromthe fromthe
the quartette and a brief prayer p a r by byContinued byContinued byContinued
Continued on Page Three I
MANY KillED B BTEXASTORNAIIC DY DYTEXAS
TEXAS TEXASTORNAIIC TEXASTORNAIICReports TORNAUn TORNAUnReports
Reports Indicate That Th t Number Numberof
of Dead and Woundsd Will WillPossibly WiIIPossibly WillPossibly
Possibly ReachS Reach Sixty SixtyPROPERTY SixtyPROPERTY ty tyPROPERTY
PROPERTY DAMAGE DAMAGEWill
I Will Be Large arge Many School Housesand Housesand Houses Housesand
and Churches Being DeStroyedSIXTEEN Destroyed DestroyedSIXTEEN
SIXTEEN DEAD IN TOWN OF NA NACONA NACONA
11 11CONA
CONA ALONE AND CROPS IN INPATH INPATH II IIPATH
PATH OF STORM DESTROYEDNINE DESTROYED DESTROYEDNINE DESTROYED DESTROYEDNINE
NINE KILLED AND ANDfdANY MANY IN INJURED INJURED INJURED ¬
JURED AT MONTAGUV MONTAGUE MONTAGUEBy
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V I IBy
By Associated Pr PrNacona Pre PreNacona Press PressNacona I
Nacona Tex July Jul 5 5A f4 TT tornado tornadopassed tornadopassed tornadpassed
passed over Nacona this thlaatternoon thlaatternoonkUlIng afternoonItilling afternoon afternoonkilling
killing the wife of Sam Tumbler Tun bler and andher andher anc ancher
her three children Mrs John Lester Lesterand Lesterand Lesteiand
and her two children and destroyed destroyedthe
the Harrington house houseOther huuseOther i iOther
Other lives were lost but detalhare details detailsare
are unobtainable unobtainableCrops unobtainableCrops unobtainableCrops
Crops in the path of the tl tornado tornadowere tornadowere tornadcwere
were destroyed destroyedTh A AThe
The Th tornado killed k1llednln ninetaU f Mon Montague Montague Montagu ¬
tague tagueQEAD taguDEADAND f fj
j S SDEAD
DEAD DEADAND AND INJURED INJUREDMAY INJUREDMAY INJUREDMAY <
MAY REACy REAc j J SIXTY SIXTYDallas SIXTYDallas SIXTYDallas
Dallas Tex July 5 5A A t special tothe to tothe tothe
the News N ws says Fourteen were killed killedin
in the Nacona tornado and a large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number injured Thirteen ThIrteenare are are known knownto
to be seriously injured Many school schoolhouses schoolhQuses schoolhQuses
hQuses and churches were we e destroyed destroyedand
and damaged damagedReports d damagedReports magedReports
Reports from the tornado tornadoare are aresUIl aresUIlcoming still stillcoming stillcoming
coming in The number of ofkllled killed and andInjured alldInjured aijInjured
Injured will possibly reach sixty sixtyNINESKILLED sIXtyNJ sixtyNNEKILLED
NINESKILLED NJ NNEKILLED I5I t D IN INMontague INTOWaJNTAGUZ
TOWNOF TOWaJNTAGUZ TOWaJNTAGUZMontague < MbNTAGU MbNTAGUMontague
Montague Tex July 5 5The The tornado tor tornado tornado ¬
nado which passed through here this thisafternoon th1safternoon thisafteriioon
afternoon killed nine persons destroy destroyed ¬
ed fifteen dwellings a number of o busl buslnESS business busLness ¬
ness houses and hundreds hun reds of head of oflive oflIve oflive
live stock 5tO k The number of injured is islarge islarge islarge
large but at present r sent unknown unknownATTEMPTED unknownLTMPTD 1 1tTlEMPTED
ATTEMPTED TO TOMURDER TOV1URDR TOMURDER
MURDER WlfE WlfEBy
By Associated Press PressRichmond PressRichmond PressRichmond
Richmond July July5Joseph 5 5Josoph Joseph W Le Lebauer Labauer Lebauer
bauer an employee of the local barrel barrelworks barrelworks barrelworks
works shot his wife four times andIhen and andthen andthen
then tried to end his own life with a abullet 01 01bullet abullet
bullet in the abdomen It is doubtful doubtfulwhether doubttullwhether doubtfulwhether
whether he will live The woman was wasshot wasl waslslH washqt
shot slH t three times once in the right rightshoulder rightshoulder rigicshoulder
shoulder once in the upper lip and in inthe Inthe inhe
the neck She may ma recover Jealousy Jealousyis Jealous Jealousis
is given as the cause of the shooting shootingINDIANAPOLIS shootingINDIANAPOLIS shootingINDIANAPOLiS
INDIANAPOLIS RACES CLOSE CLOSEBy
By Associated Press PressIndianapolis PressIndianapolis
Indianapolis July a1 5Secretary Ho Hof Holt Holtof
of f the Indianapolis Racing Association Associationannounced AssocJaUonannounced Associationinnounced
announced tonight that the race meeting meet meeting meetng ¬
ing ng at the grounds had been closed closedSeveral closedSeveral closed3everal
Several bookmakers were arrested to today t tolay ¬
day dayBASEBALL BASEBALL BASEBALLJuly
July JulyS JulySBy 5 5By 5By
By Associated Press PressSouthern PressSouthern PressSouthern
Southern League LeagueMontgomery Leaguefontgomery LeagueMontgomery
Montgomery 0 Birmingham 1 1tittle 1Little 1Little
Little Rock 4 Memphis 2 2Nashville 2N 2Nashville
Nashville N shvl11e 6 Atlanta At1 nta 0 First Game GameNashville GameN GameNashville
Nashville N shvllIe 5 Atlanta 5 Second Secondgame Secondgame Secondcame
game called in the ninth on n account Of Ofdarkness Ofdarkne5s O OIarkness
darkness
American LeagueNew League LeagueNew Leagueew
New ew York 1 Washington 8 8Boston 8Boston 8Bostan
Boston 4 Philadelphia Phil delphl 3 3Cleveand 3Cleveland v vCleveland
Cleveland 6 Chicago 1 1Detroit lDetroit 1Detroit
Detroit 2 St Louis 1 1National 1National 1National
National League LeagueBrooklyn LeagueBro LeagueBroOklyn
Brooklyn Bro klyn 0 Boston 7J 7JPhiladelphia 7 7JPhiladelphia J JPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 7 New York 9 9Chicago 9Chtcago 9Chlcago3
Chicago > 3 Plttsburg PlttsburgSouth 8 8South 8South
South Atlantic League LeagueCharleston LeagueChar LeagueCharleston
Charleston Char eston 0 Macon 4 4SavannahColumbia 4SayannahColumbla 4SavannahColumbia
SavannahColumbia rain rainNomore 1alnNomOre tam tamNo
Nomore No mbre games scheduled
DJ3CLAR DECLARATION ATION BY BYTHE BYTHB BYThE
THE M MUTINEERS MUTINEERSStandard
I fStandardf Standard of f Rebellion Formally Raised on Board Battleship Potetn Potetnkine Potemkine otem otemkine
kine in BlackSeaTorpedo Boat Forced Authorities to toFurnish toFurnish toFurnish
Furnish SuppliesMutineers to Be Shot f
By Associated Press PressTheodosia PressTheodosia PressTheoclosia
Theodosia Crimea CrlmeaJuly July 5 5The The mu mutineers mutlneers mutineers ¬
tineers of the battleship batth ship Knlaz Po Potemkine Potemklne Potemkine
temkine today formally raised the thestandard th thstandard thstandard
standard of rebellion and issued thefollowing the thefollowing thefollowing
following declaration The crew of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Kniaz Potemkine notify foreign foreignofficers foreignofficers foreignofficers
officers that a decisive struggle has hasbegun hasbegun hasbegun
begun with the th Russian government governmentWe
We consider it our duty to declare declarethat declarethat declarethat
that we weguarantee guarantee the inviolability of oforeign ofForeign oforelgi
Foreign ships navigating the Black BlackSea BlackSea BlackSea
Sea as well welllls as the inviolability of for foreign foreign foreign ¬
eign forces forcesDemanded forcesDemanded forcesDemanded
Demanded and an l Secured Supplies SuppliesOdessa SuppliesOdessa SupplIesOdessa
Odessa July 5 5A A torpedo boat en entered entered entered ¬
tered the harbor of Akkerman yesterday yester yesterday yestera ¬
day a and demanded coal tuf anci provisions provisionsThe
The authorities refused to furnish furnishthem furnishtbem turnishthem
them and the torpedo boat fired two twoshots twoshots twoshots
shots The boat afterwards obtained obtainedall
all supplies required
CHRISTIAN ClfRlSTIAN BNDBA VOTERS VOTERSGATHER VORBRSOATlfER VOIEISGA
GATHER GA THER IN BALTIMORE BALTIMOREEIGHT BA L TIM ORE OREEIGHT
EIGHT EIGHTTIiOUSAND THOUSAND DELEGATES PRESENTWHEN P RESENT WHEN CONVENTION WASCALLED WAS WASCALLED WASCALLED
CALLED TO ORDER YESTERDAY YESTERDAYNEARLY NEARLY SIXTEENTHOUSAND SIXTEEN SIXTEENTHOUSAND SIkTEENTHOUSAND
THOUSAND PEOPLE I IN N VAST ARMORY HALL
By 8yAssoclatedPress 8yAssoclatedPressBa1t1mQreJuly Associated Press PressBaltimore PressBaltimore
Baltimore Ba1t1mQreJuly July 5 5rl1e The formal open opening opentng openIng ¬
ing of thetwenty the twenty second International InternationalChristian InternationalChrlsUanEndeavor InternationalChristian
Christian ChrlsUanEndeavor Endeavor Convention took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place this afternoon afte rno on in armory hall hallwith 11a11with hailwith
with about eight thousand delegates delegatespresent delegatespresent delegatespresent
present and an < i nearly all of the sixteen sixteenthousand sixteenthousand sixteenthousand
thousand seats In the vast ast armory hall hallOccupied hallocc balloccUpied
Occupied occ pled The hall had been neatly neatlydecorated neatlYde neatlydecorated
decorated de orated for the occasion and the thescene thescene thescene
scene presented pres nted one of extraordinary extraordinarypicturesqueness extraordinarypicturesqueness extraordinarypicturesqueiiess
picturesqueness and animation animationIn
In the absence of ofPr President siden Clarke
By Associated Press PressChicago PressChicago PressChicago
Chicago July JUly5Borids 5 5Bonds Bonds were fur furnished furnlshed furnished ¬
nished today by the three packing packingcompanies packingcomp packingcompanies
companies comp nleB and thirteen of the individ individual ¬
ual packers indicted by y the federal federalgrand federalgand federalgrand
grand Jury Four of the indicted pack
s By Associated AssoclatedPres AssoclatedPresRoanoke Press PressRoanoke PressRoanoke
Roanoke July 5 5A A disastrous ex explosion exploslon cxplosion ¬
plosion occurred in the Tidewater Tidewatercoal
coal mines mln s near Vivean W Va to today toda today ¬
day da First reports were that nine ninemen ninemen ninemen
men had been killed k fifteen injured injuredand injuredand J Jand
and many more imprisoned I
Mutineers Wiii Be Shot ShotOdessa ShotOdessa ShotOdessa
Odessa July 5 5SIxtyseven muti mutineers mutIneers mutineers ¬
neers from the Georgi Pobledonesetz PobiedonesetzIncluding PobledonesetzIncluding PobledonesetzIncluding
Including the ringleaders were imprisOned Impris Imprisoned Imprisoned ¬
oned today It is expected that all allof allofthem of ofthem ofthem
them will be shot shotHeaded shotHeaded shotHeaded
Headed For Batoum BatoumBucharest BatoumBucharest
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Bucharest July 57 5The The captain of ofa ofa ofa
a vessel which h hs s just arrived arrivedllera arrivedllerafrom her herfrom herafrom
from Galatz reports t that 1at he met the thebattleship thebattleshIp thebattleship
battleship Kniaz Potemkine going to toward toward toward ¬
ward Batol1l1Black Batoiun BatoiunBlack I IBlack
Black Sea Squadron Returns ReturnsSevastapol ReturnsSevastapol ReturnsSevastapol
Sevastapol July July6 5The The Black Seasquadron Sea Seasquadron Seasquadron
squadron under Rear Admiral A mlral Kru Kruger Kruger Kruger
ger returned here tqday from its sec second second seeond ¬
ond voyage to Odessa The squadron squadronincluded squadronincluded squadronIncluded
included the battleship Georgi G orgi Pobi Pobldonosetz Pobidonoselz Pob1donosEfIZ
donoselz
Rev Howard B Goss of New York Yorkpresided Yorkt Yorkpresided
presided A letter was w read t from fromPresident fromPresident fromPresident
President Roosevelt expressing re regrets r rgretsat regrets ¬
grets gretsat at his inability to be present presentand presentand presentand
and deliver an a address A reply was wassent wasa was8eflt
sent a nt to the thcpresldent president again urging him himto himto hinto
to be present pr tientand and deliver an address addressRev addresdRevOUer addressRev
RevOUer Rev Oliver Huckel a minister of ofthis orthis ofthis
this city cUydellvered delivered an address of ofwelcome ofwelcome ofwelcome
welcome and nd was followed by TV v O OAtwood OAtwood 0Atwood
Atwood of Baltimore chairman of the theconvention theconvention thoconvention
convention committee TY wpo O also wel welcomed welcomed welcorned ¬
comed the delegates
Americans i Ahead Aheadinthc AheadinthcLawnTennishampionsJii in the thei theLawnTennis
1t 1tLa
LawnTennis La LawnTennishampionsJii wn Tcnnis ehampionsi jis
I By y Associated AssQclatedPres8 AssQclatedPres8LQndon Press PressLondon PressLondon
London July 5 5Beatfe Beatle C Wright Wrightand
and an Holcomb Ward W rd retired tpday from fromall fromI fromall
all the English double championships championshipsonly ch InplonshlpsonlY
I only after what was conceded to be befthe behe bejho
fthe he most magnificent magnificentexhibition exhibition lot Aflawn lotlawn f flawn
lawn tennis ever seen at t Wimbledon WimbledonS l lS
S H Smith the Welsh champion and andFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank L I Ulsely Riselyone one of the best expo exponents expOn expn ¬
nents n nts of tennis in England Ei land said in intheir intheir Intheir
their opinions they played at top topform topIform topiform
Iform IformIn formIn
In the first set the theAmerlcans Americans sim ¬
ply smothered the Britishers but the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect seemed ta tire them and they theylost theylost theylost
lost the second and third set The Thefireworks Thefireworks Thefireworks
fireworks began in tho fourth set setwhen setwhen setwhen
when Wright commenced playing the thegame theglime thegame
game of his life ably assisted by byWard b bVa byWard
Ward WardThe WardThe Va rd rdThe
The Americans won the first four fourgames fourgames fourgames
games with the Britishers British contesting rscontesUngeerypolnt rs contestingevery
every eerypolnt point but in the fast playing playingwhich playlugwhich playingwhich
which was continued to the end the theBritishers theBriUshers theBritishers
Britishers finally got the upper hand handand hanand hanaand
and took one set 9 to 7
I
I Indicted Chicago PackersFurnish Packers PackersFamish PackersFurnish
Furnish Bonds for Trial Tri 11
ers are still absent from Chicago Chicagobut ChicagobutUnited but butUnited butUnited
United States District Attorney Morey Moreyson Ioreyson
son announced t tonightthat these ab absentees absentees absentees
sentees will be given ample time as astheir astheir astheir
their holdings in Chicago are large and andthey andthey andthey
they would not attempt to escape trial
Disastrous Explosion ExplosionIn I IIn
In West Virginia Mine
MYTHICAL STORY STORYOF STORYorMoBVIOLINCE
OF orMoBVIOLINCE orMoBVIOLINCEBy MOB VIOLENCE VIOLENCEBy
By Associated Press PressNashville PressNashville ress ressNashvnte
Nashville Tenn Ter n July S 5A A Russel Russelville Russelvllle Russeville
ville Ky Kdi dispatch patch to thfr th Banner puts putsan putsan putsan
an entirely new phase on the alleged allegedattempt aIlegedattempt allegedattempt
attempt at mob violence at that place placelast ph placelast ce celast
last night A party of friends it ap appears a apears appears ¬
pears attempted l to torelcase release the four fourwhltemen fourwhite fourwhite
whltemen white men in jail jaIlat at Russellvllle Rms Ilvl11echarg Ilvl11echarged charg charged ¬
ed with wIthcrimlnat criminal assault on On a German Germangirl Germangirl Germangirl
girl near neatthatplaCe thatplace that pl c some weeks ago agoand agoand agoand
and whose trial trialis is now in progress progressJohn progressJohn progressJohn 1
John Sacra one of the prisoners Inattempting In Inattempting InattempUI1g
attempting to escape was shot twice twicebut twicebut twicebut
but not dangerously d Qunded The Theprisonerswith Theprisoners TheprisOners
prisonerswith prisoners with the excoption pf Z Jim JimLyon JImLyon JimLyon
Lyon were taken t ken to Bowling toBowl1ng Green for forsafekeeping Corsafekeeping forsafekeeping
safekeeping t <
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if you y ti think h nk so sof if you YOUjO dont 1t think so o perhaps p rhaps a want nt z zyoualiff ad adi1give adi1givea Ji l g ve veyoul1
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Norfolk and Western officials have havea h c ca
a report received late this afternoon afternoonsaying afternodnsaying n nsaying
saying that nine injured miners were weretaken weretalten weretaken
taken from the shaft and sent to the theminers themIners theminers
miners hospital at Welsh Va No Nomention Nomention Nomention
mention is made of any anydead dead Details Detailsfrom Detailsrom Detailsfrom
from rom the coal fields are meagre
STRIKERS fIRED fIREDON fiREDON UIREDON
ON BY COSSACKS COSSACKSBy
By Associated ssociat d Press PressSt
St Petersburg July 5 5CossackS 5CossackSfired Cossacksfired
I fired on the Putiloff works strikers strikersthis strikersthis 3 3chis
this morning The trouble was started startedby start d dby
by the arrest of Ofayo a youth th who was wasentering Walt WaltenterIng wa waentering
entering the works The policeman policemanwho
who took him into custody suspected suspectedthe s
the young man of having dynamite in inhis Inhis
his possession The latter on being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made a prisoner drew a revolver and andkilled andkllIed andkilled
killed the policeman pol cem n The strikers strikersquickly strikersquickly
quickly congregated In the Peterhoffroad Peterhoff PeterhofIi Peterhoffroad
i road and Cossacks were ordered to todisperse todIsperse
disperse them The soldiers charged chargedusing cbargusing chargeduIng
using their whips and then fired a Vol Volley YoIIey 01 ¬
ley causing using several casualties among amongthe amongthe amon amonthe
the strikers The excitement In the thedistrict tl1edistrict thedistrict
district Is intense intenseFLEW intenseFLEW IntenseFLEW
FLEW STARS STARSAND AND STRIPES FOR FORFIRST FORFIRST FURARSI
FIRST TIME IN INITS ITS HISTORY HISTORYBy
By Associated Press PressRichmond PressRIchmond PressRichmond
Richmond Va July 5 5For For the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time in the history of the institution institutionLee insUtuUQr1Lee
Lee Camp the Confederate soldiers soldiershome Soldiershome so1dIerborne
home near this city yesterday y terdaY flung flungto fiungt
to t the breeze from its itsJlag flag staff the thestars thestars thustars
stars and andstrIpes andstrIpesI tripes j
I f is
1
c 0 0CONDIffiNS
CON CONDIffiNS ITIUN5 BAD BADUN BAD0N
UN THE ISTHMUS 15THMUJTen
Ten Graves Always Ready for forEmergepcy forEmergepoy forEmergepcy
Emergepcy Deaths in Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery
tery at Colon ColonDISEASE ColonDISEASE ColonDISEASE
DISEASE RUNS RIOT RIOTSickness RIOTSickness RIOTSickness
Sickness is Increasing and Con Conyditions Conditions Co v vditions
ditions are Becoming BecomingWorse BecomingWorseWORKING Worse WorseWORKING WorseWORKING
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WORKING CLERICAL FORCE IS ISABOUT ISABOUT ISABOUT
ABOUT ABOUT NINETY PER CENT CENTSHORT CENTSHORTMANY e er eSHORTMANY
r
SHORT SHORTMANY MANY LEAVING TH THISTHMUS THE THEISTHMUS THEISTHMUS
ISTHMUS AS FAST AS NECES NECESSARY NECESSARY NECESSARY
SARY FUNDS CAN BE SECUREDi SECUREDiBy SECURED4I
I By Associated AssocJatedPrcss AssocJatedPrcssNew Press PressNew PressNew
New York July 5 5The The steamer steamerAdvance steamcLAdvance steamerAdvance
Advance has arrived here lete from Pana Panama Pana4ma Panadma ¬
ma and the passengers have brought broughtbad
bad reports of conditions there one onesaying onesaIng onesaying
saying Things are very bad at the theIsthmus theIsthmus theIsthmus
Isthmus The diseases prevalent are aremeasles are aremeasles aremeasles
measles smallpox yellow fever feverchag feverchagres chag chagres chagres
res and malaria fever and there is one unaease onecase 011ecaSe
case of bubonic plague The dead deadtaken d dUadtaken ad adtalmn
taken from Colon to the cemetery al always always atways ¬
ways number one and sometimes four fourteen tourteen fourteen ¬
teen a day Ten graves gravesare are always alwaysready alwaysready alwaysready
ready for cases of f emergency The Theworking Theworking Theworking
working clerical force on the Isthmus IsthmusIs
Is about ninety per cent short The Thegovernment Thegovernment Thegovernment
government seems to be delaying pay payIng payIng paylug
Ing them and forty of my mateswere mateswerewaiting mates mateswerewaiting were werewaiting
waiting for money to catch this steam steamer ¬
er 0 but only six got it in time to sailA sail sailA sailA
A nurse has also returned and say saythat sa saythat I Ithat
that none returning to states now wil wllgo wilgo wilgo
go back as sickness is increasing ani anithe anithe antthe
the conditions are becoming worse worseAIRSHIP worseAIRSIP worsei1K1P
AIRSHIP MADE A ASUqESSFUL ASFUL A24ctsUUL
SUqESSFUL 24ctsUUL SFUL TRIP TRiPBy
3S 3SBy
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew f fNew
New York July 5 5Leo Leo Stevens at ata
a nearby nearb pleasure resort has sailed sailedJ
J j H Baldwins airship the Califor California CaUfornla Califorala ¬
ala Arrow 200 feet into the air and andafter andr andafter
r after a trip skirting the ocean front frontfor frontM frontror
for M some distance distanceretllrned returned in safety safetyto
to the th place of starting startingWhile sto startingWhile rtlng rtlngWhite
While the airship was a hundred hundredfeet hundredfeet hundredteet
feet above the groun the long drag dragline draglIne dragtine
line which was trailing caught in the theelectric theelectric thelectric
electric wires Stevens sent the air airsblp airship airli1p
ship ahead at full speed the wire gave gaveway gaveway gavevay
way and released the drag line per permitting permilting pernitting ¬
milting the airship to continue its itstrip itstriP itsrlp
trip tripStevens
Stevens declared that he could easi easiQy eaiy
Qy 1 y navigate the California Arrow Arrowaround Arrowaround Arrowtround
around the borough of Brooklyn a afeat 3feat aeat
feat which he declared he will attempt attemptwithin attemptwJthln attemptvithin
within the next few days da s He added addedThe addedThe addedThe
The ship was under my controlroni control controlfrom l lfrom
from roni the time it left the aerodrome aerodromeuntil aerodromeuntil aerodromoIntil
until I returned and I had ha no diffi difficulty dimculty diffiulty ¬
culty in describing curves descending descendingor dcscendt1tor
or r ascending while in the air airTHUNDEROUS airTHUNDEROUS airIHUNDEROUS
THUNDEROUS CELEBRATION CELEBRATIONOF CELEBRATIONOFTHEFOIIRTHIN
1 OF OFTHEFOIIRTHIN THE FOURTH IN CHICAGO CHICAGOHundreds CHICAGOHundreds CHICAGOlundreds
Hundreds of Patients in Hospitals HospitalsSubjected HospitalsSubjected HospitalsSubjectcd
Subjected to t Nervous Shocks ShocksThat ShocksThat j jThat
That May Result Seriously SeriouslyBy
By Associated Ass clated Press PressChicago PressChicago PressChicago
Chicago July 5 5As As a result of the thethunderous tl1 tl1thunderouscelebratlon thehunderous
thunderous thunderouscelebratlon celebration of Independ Independence ¬
ence day c1ayhundreds hundreds of ofpatIents patients In Chi Chicago Chlcago Chiago ¬
cago hospitals ho pita1s were subjected subje tedJo to ner nervous nerYOUB ncrous
vous ous shocks that may eventually eventual y re resuit r rBult reult
suit seriously In many cases it was wasnecessary wasneoossary wa waiecessary
necessary to call upon the police polfcetdisperse to todisperse toLisperso
disperse the crowds around the hos hospitals hospitals hosItaIs ¬
pitalsSHONTS pitals pitalsSHOUTS ItaIs ItaIsHONTS
SHOUTS ARRESTEDrFOR ARRESTEDrFORyiOLATlSG ARRESTEDFORYlOtATI ARRESTEUFORVIOIATIGSPEED
yiOLATlSG YlOtATI VIOIATIGSPEED VIOIATIGSPEEDBy SPEED LAf LAfBy
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By Associated Press PressNew PressNew PressNew
New York July 5 5T T P Shonts Shontaof ShontsofChlClgo
ofChlClgo of f Chicago president of the iP Panama PanamaCanal namaanal nama namaCanal
Canal Commission has been arrested arrestedat
at I Stamford SlamfordConn Conn for violation of the theautomobile theailtomobilespeed thetitomobile
ailtomobilespeed automobile speed law He1iad a party partyof
of r women with him and it said to tolave tohave toave
have lave made an eighth pf a mile in 22 22feconds 22econds 22econds
econds He put 1 > ut up a bond to secureis secure securejls securebls
bls jls is appearance in court He was wason wasonthe on onihe onhe
the way to his summer home at atGreenwich atGreenwIch atlreenwlch
Greenwich at the time timeERRONEOUS timeERRONEOUS timeRBONEOUS
ERRONEOUS REPORT OFDESTRUTION OF OFDESTRUCTION OFDESTRUCTION
DESTRUCTION BY BYBy BYBy IFlftL IFlftLBy
By Associated Press PressCarbondale PressCarbondale PressCarbondale
Carbondale Cob July 5 5The The roj rojort r rport re reon
port > ort circulated last night that this thisown thistown thIsWfl
town own had been destroyed by fife was waserroneous waserroneous wasrroneous
erroneous The conclusion arrived iit iitwas atwas ntma
was ma probably due to the theact fact that tela telaphone t tei teibone lg lgphone
phone c0mmunication c hud h d been lnteiupted inter interrupted interrupted ¬
rupted by the burning of several poles polesOne polescOne polesne
One ne brick and several frame buildings buildingswere baUdingswere
were were ere destroyed destr ye the h loss being belngaQ about J
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