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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CaPE COUNTY HERALD
MEDIATE SEEK MANFG :hiL0 jTENSION, H ACREEJVi.. MEN" . RELAXED BY erg GOVERN- ! CHANGE. ! spirit ofc evid:;jt Provisional P '-nt Mtret B Ac ceptabtc to A '-' and Con ditlcns of ' o ina act the L'niti . . i r.Ua. ( WN Niagara Fa The niciii.'.tiii Ihoi.ilns Irciiu protocols to i for the new P Mexho. Th ! the man of tl lliitrta wkc ti tactions and cf Ico so iluit a, c may be held. A In. in of tl .11 feoupht. He iv prcjudici s, w 1 o tercsts, of t'.ia IJ' CB the constitui.o populace, too, i A round niid sV ' tie Inaugurated litcly reco;;ni;:i ' 1 find the world In , spirit ( ators iind d de! Jlicy f it that i tuu li by tin- a.-; eorics of proit- tho A nu l it a ii ; 88 Veil as tin live: or Argon cnt ri (1 into i transfer of pew i GlD, ilhtoita t prcsid' nl la tl. Definition c I A ( ovtnii tlltcll 111 Mexir be lad r pro- . r c niT.izi'd h. and tl' ton tjio mcdiato! Argentina, J .' (date t, lie fi. day lorward mi flllHtlOMH till!' im I d a -dent. Aii'uin r prntci )t r;-( 1 1 in 1 of II irnii nt and i rx(( nt i- phal' Jug r eni.ul.ed Cludiii:' all poi Tin- Mexican .III! ii. d i t .ni, ii m-- .: o. I. Till liT :. .-. r to ,ic to ail ni i:ir!yi ;;, Me : iii u; it i.al fnitiou i. ;.l ,li;h a i.i, ,i V. itilOUt . I. : i : 1:: i IM' till' ill- :i lollow era as wt II I. .Ms. Tin1 neutral In- s.itl.-uicd tha'. e!: lini.dr.itlon will ,i v. ill iiniiH'di i;ii' CmiirJ. Slates .aily. ! intern tin' ni' di Ijf'an their task, i'.i'l necomi h.-hed .if the fir. t o. the In this dneiii.i "it ' oxlcun di 1 --i : 1 1 s, i aiif r i rcs-'iita- .;; aii l l line, j ..' 'in nt tor the j ruin the haml.s of n-w pro hi nal . , i:r; maul. er: .v Government. !j be Col.sti- .i i Ii.iracter to .i in. ii shall bo pi. 1 St Hi s 1'id hy ail nil's, Chile on 1 v.hi eh that public in' ill- i n si- v. iin I lie null i;ov- ill.' 11 ".V a:''. r lr -I'ion.. in- :1 1.1" '1 ium i lh il 1 le.l. . ir iin'.(,ui i. II n'.ie of . h i. : !' !! !. i ':i pr e ' .t is lo ' i"i' i. o as u.: 'I'h p'trpose il con; it for ..a in accordance 'inn male reeontly an b'e;;al' -s, nani"- ' ire w In n Mexli o . :''i-;l." led by the mrr- MC iinitii:, not ma- that i the p ih:ed nine :;u i ,.-,.1, i : d lle.t bo I'' l 'liized well a:- toreli Of tin i is to : Con. I i.ii rta t With his (b'cliir throii!-''i the M ly thn! be wo ' was " i !l t tea i . This iu e lean ilop'Rat" i leriiil paeifUut an at rei iiieiit wliich all poll CPpt. School ChiU'r Clovelnnd, .', burfilars i nli ; d nnd Etole ?3.(i , had raved fur a , croam l eat. ! tV." . lilt ic: ioi i e Mii'rv. but 11. 'Pai ion ttntlhl ac- r.'s Pennies Stolen. ' 13. The meanest the Tr.inout School I in pennies, pupils ia.;t day-ol -school ice FRISCO TRAIN NO. 802 'Forty Injirtd. Doctors do Great Work in Aidinc Injured Passengers lictwocn 3" .ml 10 pie sender.- on tlio North I" i.;.d l'risco train No. 802 Snturi'.ay .slernoon vcre injured 01110 ipiitc f- I '.i.-ly, when the strcl LulTcl ami 1 e, vat ion roach -plit 11 hwitch, ju..t Icpue thr train had Tcacliiil u ft) oil trestle over a small Btreani, ,'iinl jut pi. I the track. The ill'cldcnt oci'iirr.' 1 about -1 o'clock at Mocassin prinj . thiity miles north f tlild rity, 1 tel that thnr were no OC.'ltLs, is nos remarkable, Jor tlie voodon coach wliich harliotcd 7,3 V0IUCIl niul children, w is completely cru-litd. Tim cries and screams of fhc pnsponnori lieinn heard for a tjualer of n mile. A nuuflur uf Cape pcoplr were on tbc train nt U e time but (tie only injured, reported from here, were Miss ly Il3rumi.:"l. who uns taken to tlio Frisco ! pii;,l ii, st; Louis. Mrs. Alice limit and her children, nil of whom hi iib-o taken to the LoFpitnl. It is -aid tlnd 1 hero wore EOVCral pliy.-ii-en-i 011 lioaril tho WTCCtcd train, who were heros in assisting tlie iiijurcil, dressing their trounils and apply emergency trcat mcill to tliose hurt ill the Hinash up. Hie Other trains on the l'risco were delayed, the south hound morning train not arriving iti the Capo until 8 o'clock. m IN m PRETORIA HITS STEAMER NEW YORK A GLANCING BLOW Ship Carry 1,370 Passengers, but No One was l.ijurcd Few Pas ocnger 'Azakened. I V. I ' ". w s S,-r li t'. ) New York, June l.'i. The Hamburg American l.ner Pntona, with 750 on hoard, and the Ami riean liner Now u; Ii, itinjiir,' (iiM persoiiH, were in collision in a dense tou during the t . - lit. ncci.'i'di.ii; to a wireless dLspatcb n iehi J li re. Tlie lollision was said to hav had n' serious results, as the New York u;-.s stopiied at the time. H:ie reimrted h"r i-ositlon 180 miles i ast ol X.mtnel.ut liht:-hi) shortly nlier ('ayl.i e;.. The l'reieri.i btrueli the New Yqrlt a s'l.i : einu 1,1. r.v. As the impact was no! le avy, tin ro was no panic aboard ( il'iiT e:-fi l and it is understood that iii"tiy ct t!u passi ni rs were not even nwaUi-r.cd. Th" At::-' r 'can line reoelvi d a (lis Iaii h s:;;iiiis that the New York was (slightly damaged when she was r.uiini'd by th" 1'rt'toria, lint that tiotb vessels were aide to proceed on their way. The Pretoria is hotitid for Pitrope and the New York for .hu ll y. The New York curried 130 second-class pa-s fuers, 120 third-c'ass and a rrw ol ."30, having a total of I.JO on hoard Sh" is commanded by Caiit. . .1 Koberts. Tho Pr t -ria, which sailed from New Yor'i on June 11, rarried 330 first c nhiii passetiyers1, 130 in (ho Kti erne nnd a crev of :'30, a total of 730 she Is c cnimatided by ("apt. Hit!',-e. MAKES CROWD TJaN HEADS Imprisoned 'e ioQ.-jpher Descend Laduer, Cit Pcl'comen Won't Let Crcv-.J Hav a Look. l W.NT N,:w SiTvt--(..l New York, Juno 13. II; If a dozen fire iti(;iiies, u niuad of t , rves and a few hundred liiter.-'s-(t'J tp-cctators gathered in front of tho Luihiin a. 4'JS Proome strict to rcsiiiie a stenos rapher who was locked in. Pven wlili ull the resciifi is it is doubtful if they would have achieved thtir purpose! bad it not been for the pallantry of ! Patrolman Harry WWh. At least the I stenographer, who is Miss Mollie Mat, would have waited until dark befoiv climbing down the ladder. Patrolman Welch made the men in the crowd turn lle lr heads away wliiln Miss bidiler. Mat skipped down th WQErilFJOORSESUFFflAGEi l-Oit TACNTY YEARS IT HAS! CEN A &TUMELING BLOCK. General F0-J1.1 ac jn of Clubs Adopts Resolution in C ecajjO Witn 0;:! -,;L'u.e. Ch ram, J .;:.' Woman's siiir,;r by the Ucieral 1 1. - 1 l.i pi inciple of was iuilurstd lure (.ration of Wouien'a Clubs. l;y this nuiou a I'm y ar finlit by the stifiraulsts to break down thn fed t ration's onstitulioual bar on iioliii- 1 af and riii;,.'ii;s subji cl.-. was sue ce- sl'ul. Tlie ai'.ii..! cptT..'ion riqiiircd has Ilia. 1 Li" iiii.iuti'S. I he motion was Hied" ly Mrs. 1). (J. 1 11:1:11 Uou of Sail I ranci.-.eo, chairman the resolution 1 0111 ni ti..'o. There wire seconds from all over 1 he lion e, but Mrs. James Lee of Ken I inky insisted on being beard and read a paragraph of the hymn like woman's creed. Others ould have spoken, but Miss Lutle K. Stearns of Milwaukee, Wis., object od. WTien tlie question was put there was a chorus of "ayes," tint scattered negatives wore plainly heard. Whilu Mrs. Percy V. Ponnypacker was de claring tho motion cnried und pound iiiK with her gavel for order, tho pro suffragists arose nnU clapped their hands. There were tears of emotion in many eyes. Then tho women raised their voIcob above the tumult In the "P.atile. Hymn of the Republic." The resolution follows: "Whereas, tho question of political finality of men and women is today n vital problem under discussion throughout tho civilized world, there fore be It "lii solvi d, That tho General Fed eration of Women's Clubs pive the ciiuso of political equality its moral support by recording its earnest be lief in the principle, of political equal ity regardless of sex." ST. LOUIS FINANCIER IS DEAD James Campbell, Reputed to Be Rich est Man in City, Succumb to Pneumonia, (WNP News Service.) St. Louis, June 15. James Camp bell,. said to be tha richest man in the city, is dead at his summer homo near Greenwich, Conn. Mr. Campbell died after an illness of five weeks. The direct cause of his death was pneumonia. But this was brought on by blood poisoning following an operation to remove a carbuncle on the back of his neck. He ww CO years old. Woman Burnt Self to Death. Kansas City, Mo., June 15. Mrs. Mildred McMullin, 27 years old, lay down upon a pile of quilts she had soaked with oil In her home here and lighted a match. Firemen found hei body burned almost beyond recogni Uon SHOOTING ti;e J Site-pit-. , Svt - ..' -fAi W -L- ' '. .'."'-.' .--S.-arj: . CAPE CITY Origin of Fire Which Destroyed Old Land Mark at About 12:10 ! A. M. Monday Morning is Not ! Known. LOSS $30,000; INSURANCE $10,000 Fire Department Labored Hani TorTwo Hours and With a Favorable Wind Kept t!;.c Angry Flames From Spreading to Surrounding Buildings Euilding ai d Contents Were a Total Loss. T In- Capi ( ii.s Mil! on liil Pro.; ' way v a ilestioyi.l by lire ll.i- 1 .or -ing at about I a. in. 'I lie Iin v. as f'l-t ii-covere, at about P:l(l :,. n . Sunday niuht the smoke v. :i - .- o stn ni; It striitiglid tho la iuhb,,i - aid v.i.I.e from their .-lumbers. .Va;v v i t'e diizcd and : 1 1 n i -1 -Irani !ed ;.: the heavy cloud:- of smnke. At 1 a. Iii. when the Ida, bii ki tl il. I: tho window n ml the natal r.nf fill ill it gi',e a liliif to thr i.l.iJl-bor- ami bystander-; at this th". ; r otif moment the llainrs shot out over the top of the I'oint nry brick v about ''.3 lei t and with this iuu ",-e heat and flames lightened the hr. .i and .-nt rounding-, so briuht tl I it would be impo-iblr for the ii)" lichtcvs to save the ,-uriouni'iiii' I uM ings, with three -dreams of i-iiudi water playing on the great Hemc At times the Halm s would hurst out over the wall the lull length itel width of the entire building. At about 1 :-! the track way Iron tie main building to the steel oh , iter gave way and fell to the earth with il crash that could he heard for a half mile. The walls of the building could be -ern to i xpand in ami out ward at limes from the cause of heat All that saved the surroundings, was' that at the hands of the Al mighty Put her, whom coiilrolls (lie winds and all things, has blcssnl this city many times from destruc tions. The Tribune has been informed that there was about $10,000 in surance with probably about SliO.OOO loss. Nothing saved of the contents hut the books and paper am! a cash register. The South wall was so dangerous that tho Hell Telephone Co., volun teered their service to tear it down, so as to protect their wires from being wrecked if the wall fell south to the street. The owners of the mill, Stciti ami Lance have not operated tlie mill for several weeks and they have been figuring with a company to sell their plant which was about to be closed, Mr. Lance had the misfortune of being kicked by one of their horses last Friday, his injuries resulted in 2 fractured ribs, though was able to bo about. Mr. Stein was in (lordon villo to visit his father yesterday. This mills was an old land mark of tho 70's has been operated by our late O. C. Thileniiis in those days. MEXICAH RAPIDS Slfi MILLS eui i The I:..-? 17 . l- I1' I. .n! ,:.- I.e. n r.i'id l.y ; :-d !.-! c. This i p s- iK ;.' i, ': ! n...;. la-ivor-. CAPAHAS WIN Cleans I'p Viili i'ctithein Tui:c cf Suburb by the 9 to 4 The boys ramr bai l, tli :;, ('bailee id !'! iv. iiiiii. ii.it making i. :.iiv ' ol;ci ii l. I., I !., t 'l.af'iee hoy.- in oi.testii! .!:.;. i iin, I pinch ,;( ri-ions. Score stood '.I to 1 in favor of the t'epe In vs. The spici.il tr. in run to (.'hapee lYoiii tin Capi earned over o.TO pass engers besides a ureal many ruing from lire in auto.-,. 'ihe attendance ut the ball paik was bet v. i i n 700 and SOO admissions. WOMAN HELD AS SWINDLER Lady Is Said to Be From Springfield, Mo., and Secured $2,500 by Fraudulent Meant, VNf News Service.) Cincinnati, June 16. John Tflug, a Cincinnati detective, has arrested In Detroit, Mich.. Kate Wells, alias rhocbe Yancey, said to be tha wife of James E. Yancey of Springfield, Mo. She was wanted in connection with the alleged defrauding of tho Fourth National bank of this city out of $2,500 by means of a fake draft. Two men aro Implicated. According to Tflug, the woman said the men had operated a bank swindle tn several parts of the country and she had been with them three times. Roadhouse Robbers Get $2000. Wichita, Kan., June 15. A robbet held up 14 persons In a roadhouse here and secured about $500 in money BDd $1500 worth of Jewelry. Must Cook Hubby't Meals. St. Paul, Minn.. June 15. In uphold ing William C. Hertz's divorce the Minnesota supreme court declared that a woman who compels her hus band to cook his breakfast la guilty of cruel and Inhuman treatment. Hertz bad testified he was forced to cook his breakfast for avnj y DIAMOND JUBI LEE CELEBRATION Sisters of Lorctta and Alumnae Be Kin 3 Days Festivities at St. Vincent's Churth co purse: presented Mrs. II. E. Howard, a Pupil of Gl Years Ajjo, Cave Her Pcuiir::? cences of Early Days The three days celebration of the Seventy-f.ft'i anniversary of tlie es tablishment of the Sisters of Lorctta in this city, was opcr.cd Sunday morning- at !l o'clock, with a solemn Mass, at St. Vincent's Church, tho 1,'ev. V. Pyrin- of Pcrryville, Mo., vim .poke at thu (oh'.cn .In .It c, Iilivcring the sermon. The church was well Idled with the local ami visit ing pupils, who had coti.e to join in the festivities on this nored occasion. At :p:;0 in the af;crno n the meeting of tlie .Minutiae took place at the ('invent, and the program arranged for the afternoon was one of the nmd biauti.'ul and impressive ever wii i .- i d . an institution of this kind in Seutheasi Mi-sottri. The large s'u!y hall wliich win attractively ' ' . rated in yellow and white, tho A ea-ieii'V colors, was crowded with . tier.- to .-funding room, most of v boiii had been pupils of this school, at .-oioe time in their lives, and the si; ih - and l.nppy greetings of exulta tion, .it once more being light-he atrcd 'Scloil girl-" and renewing old ar ip.aiii'ani e-i, vi. s ;, sjjjlit worthy of the sweetest reii.eiiibrituciv. At the fii.-t strains of the Jubilee Song olaved l.y Mi-s Helen (Yrroli, whose u 'tin' th" Into Mrs. Kate Cilrov ('alloll, had composid for the (biden .lubih e reh-l ration the curtains on 'b" .-'.age were par'ed, an I in a few .-hoit minute, a picture trei ted the Mliiiciiee, t,;it will he a la-tin i,;i mo iv to those fortunate in l.i ing pre-int, On the 1'rert row, with hi'pp.y smiles, were the "young girl-'' pupil, of years ami years ,, whin thin j,,. - it nt ion was still i;i is' youth, while I ; hind them wro .-t in. lb x ri ;.r .-elitati'.e- of the ; , -t.cr. . t ion s ,i i! .wn to ti e j re.-, r.t day. With idl tl h-,, .j ,y . , ji,.s ;,,,. !,.: .i,; ,i;.,. tl;.t greeted this noted a-e.i.!.higc, it eas ,i pic'ure tli't hr.iii'jht imn.y :i tear to the eyes of the ii.lere,.ti d -pertiltors. Mrs. Ii. Ii. liov.a:,, tiiother .f y.r. V.. M. Phillips ,f ,hi, ,-it, a pupil of ill years :tg ., entertain. I I er listeners, with rr:ni:;i-cenei -. of her days ;it the t'ovnt, ai .o'ig other lliin;:s, telling of the terrib!. tornailo i:i the early .'ill's, :uid Ihe dan ace it e.'Hi.-i.'d to the convent and the city. Hie then related a number of nthir oNperienci s, niul so on down (,. her return to the (ape !a-t . ': .rilary , where she state.! the old familiar facis i f the nuns ami girl-, had chang ed to stran.rers. Mrs. Howard told of liit chance meeting with Miss Miry Clara Mile.-', one of her old .'irl chums, and tho happy reunion they had after ill! these years of sep avati, ii. At th'e conclusion of h. r !!': the loud applauding f tho visi-loi;-. w is a worthy videnre of their enjoyment of her few minutes of old time recollections. . Tlie nest number on the program was "P.liap so.iie Migiiotino" (Koclling) played by the Misses Kniina, (Mile, Pliilo taene and Alice Sehwepkcr, tlie four accompli.-licd daughters of Mrs. M. L. Scliwciikcr, nil graduate ,,f Ihe Convent. Mrs. Reynolds, ac cempanic.l on tho piano by Mrs. 1 1 1 i 1 Hook, sand tlie well known and loved son't, "Annie Laurie," which was followed by a letter from Mrs. Maria Walker who is at present on the Pacific Coast, was unable to at tend tho celebration was read by Mrs. Bernico Wilson. The next number was to have been a trio, by Mrs. A. D. Speak, her daughter, Mrs. Thomas, and Mrs. Thomas' daughter, little Harriet Span, repre senting three generations, but owing to Mrs. Spoak's illness, this was omitted. Miss ltegina l'riant then gave a clover reading, "Where Igno rance is Miss," followed hy a vocal solo by Mrs. Stout, which was most beautifully rendered. "Poet and Peasant" was played by tho graduat ing rluss of several years ago, Miss Christeno Wheeler, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Mnrehihloii and Mrs. U'owling, and Miss listhcr Foley's reading, "I'nelo Daniel's prayer" brought many smiles to the audience. Miss Fannie Kohcrson, accompanied by Miss Gene vieve I loch charmed tho visitors with a beautiful vocal selection. The Misses Edith Kainnier, Mary Foley, Mat lily n Carroll, Francos Bohnsaek, Marie Weber, Helen Cocrver, Paulino Vogclsangcr, and Iimmn Wilson, played "Marcho Militaire;" and Mrs. Loyhe whose beautiful voice has pleased so many in our city, sang; "Tho Children's Home" a celebrated vocal selection, and was followed by the "Magnificat" sung by the entire T. R. ID FIX II RULE HE IS IN ENGLAND LOOKING INTO IRISH TROUBLES. Keen Interest Exhibited In Report that Colonel Hat Suggestion to Settle Question. (WNT New- Service.) London, June 15. Tho Strenuom Ono has arrived In London and the keenest Interest has been aroused in tho houso of commons lobby by a re pert that ho has a euggestlon for set tling the honip rule question. He has Hivou the names of persons he de tiros to mi oi, and tho political affilia tions of tlie.io persons gives strong color to the rumor that ho pronoses to lake the Irish probb- , , .. a view to fixing it ui 1 vxt. .! Ono of thcF.o, Lord Hohorts, is a strong am i homo ruler and ti loader of the movement to induce British army officers to refuse to suppress tlio projected Orango rebellion. Will Meet Editor of Punch. Others are St. Loewo Stracy, edi tor of the Spectator, ono or the strong est suppoitcis of the same movement; P. S. Oliver, author of a lil'n of Alex ander Hamilton; Sir Owen Seanion, editor of Punch; Sir Sidney Colvln, a friend of th'j lato It. L. Stevenson, and Mrs. Longworth. lie will go to a dinner early In the wek, will i ubmit. to Sir Kthvard Car son tho Roosevelt homo rule "cure," provided it has mot with the approval of tho ministers. Ono blank in the arrangement has been commented on. The Irish party does not appear to h-ive been taken Into account. It is said Uooscvclt is arranging to seo its leaders before he leaves town. He will dine later with the Hoyal Geographical Society and then de liver a lecturo to the members. It Is stated that tha lecture will ho In no sense an answer to his critics or an attempt to produce sclontitlo data in support of Iris claim t" tho discovery of the U'OO-milo "Hivcr of Doubt." RICH KAN INVENTS ASMSHIP Young Van Jer&iit, W,th Chum, Thinks Out New Typo to Insure Safe Landing. (WN'C News Service.! Concord, N. H., Juno 15. A new tvpo of hydroucri plane, Invented by A. M. O'Noil of Pittsburg, n 15 year old schoolboy, In collaboration with Cornelius Vandcrbllt, Jr., 10 years old, and said to be llnanced by Cornelius Vandcrbllt, Sr., will bo tried out ut Muskoka Lake, Canada, soon. Tho inventor worked on tho theory ut St. Paul's School in this city. O Neil is a student th"re and Var.dcrbilt has Just bovn graduated. If tho invention works according to tho Ideas of ih". young inventor, the craft will revolutionize aerop'ano con struction and niuko travi litr; through tho air practically safe. It is .said for the plane that no natter what position it may bo in v.h'ra the der-'cent is started It will light on even keel when it s'.rikos the water at the end of the flight. MADMAN STAC3 25 PERSONS Italian Becomes Insane on Voyage From Boston to Naples Fiva Are Seriously Hurt. i WNl News Service.) Panta Del Gardo, Azores, July 15. Twenty-five steerage passengers n board the White Star steamship Ca nopic were stabbed; by an Italian fel low passenger who suddenly went mad on the voyage from Boston. Five of the wounded men are in a serious condition. The incident happened shortly be fore the arrival here of the Canoplc, which is on her way to Naples. Beware the Grass Man. Mt. Vernon, N. Y., June 15. After telling Mrs. Mary Cammera that he admired her cow, a stranger picked some grass for Bossy to cat, waved it under Mrs. Cammora's nose and then relieved her of $;!oO. The grass was saturated with chloroform. assemblage, aeeoinpcuii d on the piano by Mrs. Phil Hych, end on the violin by Miss Freda Uioek. Miss (!cne vieve Hoch addressed tho nuns, priests and guit-ts present, and paid high tribute of respect . and love to Mother Plaeide, the Superior of tlio Academy, who has been in this same convent for tho past thirty-five years, and presented her with tlie token of esteem of many of her girls, a purse of 8.100. Father Murtatigh then ad dressed those present, with a beauti ful story of tin' life and work of those nuns, ami the great number of noble women they have sent out into the world to carry on t heir teachings. After tho entertainment, many of tho guests visited the display of old work, embroidery, paintings, wax work, und drawings, some pieces which had been made in lslO. It was quite interesting to see all of these articles und to note tho change in the modern methods of sowing, etc. This morning Solemn Muss was said in the Convent Chapel at 8 o'clock and nt 4 this afternoon the little girls will have their commence ment exercises. At 0:30 tonight the Alumnae Banquet will take place in tho Convent Hull, and nt 10 Tuesday morning the Graduating exorcises will close both the celebration and the school term.