Daily Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 27, 1906, Williamsport, Pennsylvania No. FRIDAY JULY 97, 19OG. A Ul ON A GENERAL STRIKE MOT YET REACHED ME The Government Has Assumed an Air to Create the Impression That the Crisis Was Been and ger Ended st July 26. The de- on file question of a general h still hanging No word received who again were In session In addition 'the to ENGAGED COUPLE WANTED BODIES TO THEN WOULD DIE With the Money Obtained From the Sale They Proposed to a Time and Then End Their Troubles By Associated Press 26- a and Miss Mat gie a young woman i once wealthy offered their bodies three lo soil have a good lime with tne and then it all with chloro- The doctors refused to buy and in- formed the put the pair under illr fill II KEPT THE OFFICERS AND CROWD BAY WITH ARMS mm AT LAST f. Dwyer Shot Who Attempted to Serve and Then Barricaded His By Associated Press July 26. With his house by hundreds of in eluding a large of policemen none of whom to try to capture him last night shot and fatally wounded Policeman Edward W. when the latter attempted to f AUTO KILLS A RAIN H. Motoring in Runs Down a Woman By Associated July 26. Two Americans got Into while toring In John ward while driving near the town ran down a who died in pital the effects of her Another from San Fran irver a little and in jured her MILLIONS STOLEN YEARLY AUSTRALIA IN mm LIKE n NOT A DOLLAR OF GOES TO RELATIVES Stolen Gold Purchased From the tual and the Utmost Vigilance to Prevent the Drain on Legitimate By Associated N S consequence July 26. In oT a circumstantial serve a paper from the nt that the mines Probate today meekly ered on the advice of his ter he had held the crowd at bay for a yearly teas of worth of sold by the Minister of Mines a detective to NO PUBLIC BE HIM III WILL As a of These it Believed the Troy Relatives Contest on the Claim That Was of Unsound Mind July 26. Every dollar of Russell great fortune is left to Mrs. Sage by a will made In 1901, ex- cept an Fannie of N. an only who died two years The will is to be read at home of Mrs. at No. 632 Fifth and will be probate The will undoubtedly will be contested by the Troy relatives SAD TO A She Murdered Her Children In a Year Ago and Her Condition Saved Her From By Associated Press St July 26. A daughter was in GOVERNOR PENNYPACKER STAFF ON HAND AND the state prison at Mrs. Brennan is serving a life for the murder of her step children at neapolis about a year The child sent to Mrs. Brennan's who lives Mrs. on of Mr. who will charge that the I her 4, 1905, the crime for the day he told the police that he would like to consult his K. E. was Several years ago the Downhour appeared he had a family was but in the natural j long Dwyer which ended in gas boom the father made bad In- vestments and was reduced to the Dwyer was locked up pending the the district Is advanced -is i became against a as I but Maggie did not want be burden on and moth i lawyer's mind became unbalanced er went out to She and two years it is to the acquainted uf liquor and he was sent to a hospital When aly regarded as. upright and January 2. He the stories a was to prison lor life on enormous which amounts to some hundreds of thousands but says the robberies are smaller than He adds tiat certain men breakdown on the part of Mr. and that Mrs. Sage exerted undue in- fluence Over him in the distribution of his Not one dollar of the fortune is left to The only contribution Mr. sunn runt THE Was the Closing Big the Annual and the Work of Breaking Camp Will Now Begin BT the that Mrs. was not responsible for her owing to her four who are spending the week in reviewed Ub 11 j would resent the earnings have been small and I have hot been able to save enough to i tae railroads upon re dependent on to keep get v matter they decided to commit The ministry of word today of several i cide after selling their bodies to destroy railroad I having a good on the Alter considering the decided to commit and believed that the Radicals to this means to force More Active are becoming -in the outskirts of Revolutionaries stopped a passenger byi pulling ilie gency After assuring the apparently cured he returned to ford and resumed citizen Sage was a vice up the meetings in no harm would be dons Today they a thp jobbers uncoupled the of which was held In a Of those aud a private I strong boxes filled in with receipts of lance under arrest for flve hours various The in charge was killed and the driver to proceed to a spot where the line passes through armed men ab- At a given signal thirty out at j open the boxe Russians and j and Outlawry In Moscow 20. Illustrative of lo cal conditions Is the fact that today the house was searched and has received that troubles have broken out between One person was mill wounded in the first Action of Government Thp government Is using every ten armed men fired a jeweler's store s at disposal to create the one of the both at-home and abroad I business streets of this seized crisis been j several thousand dollars worth of gems and the probability of d j There have been no ar- 111 upheaval has The press is filled i Robbery Near Syracuse Associated July 26. The home of at near this was entered by a burglar early Mrs whQ wag ln S with to V v taking with The application of hlm of The the confidently for a former boarder at the who is charged with the reu or an reu It companies say the estimate he the Is he begun to drink heavily and thefts is grossly The his friends obtained an order from the total value of the gold stolen does tourt for Dwyer to for a not exceed The ing as to hU mental most vigilance fails to prevent the A deputy sheriff was sent to his j home Us serve the but he when Dwyer revolver shots at The Police Department was notified and officers surrounded the but Dwyer them at bay for some with a the evening Officer Edward Boucher succeeded in setting into the He tried to induce Dwyer to to an but latter forced him t-o retire at the point of a Shortly alter Officer Beecher sot into and Dwyer ing in the He staggered where ho pie up by tnp and taken to p This tho physicians re- ported his condition ON AN ISLAND William Who Was Spirited Away on a Finally Pays the Penalty for His Attack oh Two Women h comforting assurances that the nt now has a hold of Moreover the official reports seek lo the Impression that there pas been little response the tin the plan RECEIVED IN AUDIENCE BUCKINGHAM PALACE AT the government ins already landed stress la also laid on the finance of the capture of a uf revolutionary ringleaders at which It turns out was the of obtained at imiH of the capture of the offices Thg accesi of in reality to the con- the disastrous fall IB Living on a Volcano AJ a matter of fact the government ah be blind to the fact that it f living over a volcano and that the r of an eruption la far from tho last forty-eight hours the committees of the Social Social peasant tue. Men's Union and Union and the have been conferring Railroad Man Dies By Associated July 26. Colonel A- J passenger and ticket of the Lake Shore and Michigan died today at N. in 'the where he was taken some weeks ago with the hope of saving his The will be brought here for Mi was one of the best known railway men In the City Hall Bv Associated San July 26, The City which coat was for- is pray Edward Expressed a Desire to Meet the and They Had a Pleasant Conversation on Various Topics Dy Associated Press July 26. W. J. who by Ambassador m at The visit special private audience by Buckingham Falace paid at the king's his majesty hav ng July 26. William By Associated the colored youth who was to death in Baltimore three weeks ago for assaulting two women was hanged by Sheriff today on Smith's Island in the presence of bis deputies and a few The hanging was The mob threatened burn Lee at the stake had been outwitted by the who spirited the av from Jail and took him Aboard the vessel were a gallows and a These were taken ashore this morning for the Lee suffered the death penalty fo assaulting two The crime was committed in Somerset county Fortune About The fortune of which was believed to be and even thought to be greater by the Brennan's case best informed financial men of Wall pardon amounts to only about The 1901 win of Mr. according a lawyer closely identified with Mr. by of the firm of Vanderpool Mr. win dipri two years The will was sealed by Mr. Sage and handed to Mr. Charles W. his confidential secretary and and has been in possession ever copy of the will was Mr. Goodwin for his office The will made many years ago by Mr. which was generally be- to be still in. fully described on That which covering a single page of gave to his wife what would legally fall to her in the event he died without making a will and they had no This would have given Mrs. Sage one-half of the personal The other half would have been divided equally among his next of There are twenty-six of the next of of them under the old will would received a little more than Relatives at the Burial The Troy relatives Mr. Sage were at the aloo from the funeral There were at the grave yesterday a of Mr Sage and his wife and Mrs. a niece The only relatives who were communicated with Mrs. Sage and asked to attend the burial services yesterday were Fremont Miss Helen Chapin and Mrs. Jennie son spoke very strongly when he today that the child hal and Intimated that Mrs. case might come before the HEIRS OF MILLIONAIRE FIELD MUSI PAY ENORMOUS SUM the regular and Adjutant eral took a position on raised ground the AS the In the colors were officers men the In order complete the review before the after parsing before the sUff were to make way for the ceremony lasting hour The Total Value of the Estate of the Deceased Merchant Is Estimated Be Fully July Marshall Field's executors be asked to pay taxes amounting will be by about This far the greatest tax Will UJ levied upon the property of an ual tax payer and is the practical re- sult of the decision by the Board of Review yesterday fixing the personal property on which the estate must pav at The real morning was between lug the Inspection of flve of the Third and IB trying to follow the of the tea troops of cavalry covered the parade with their extended order Shortly after 7 o'clock this General Dougherty mustered the men of his brigade and the arrival of the Governor and the conducting this of the work the Fourth regiment was ed into the field near the Brigade headquarters and the weary tion of each which has fallen to the lot of Governor Pennypacker inspector General was taken up The men of the Second though they remained in were put through a number of but many of them were later given an estate j worth about ad- I opportunity to roam over the making the total amount of aroused such indignation there that j all of They are the son and have OB which that to pay taxes estate will approximate The real Value of the Field estate been and still is a matter of The Board of by no means a reliable has set its own figures which are by samples furnished by the A sensation was sprung here day by Dr. B. H. of the State Dairy and Food when it was that he quietly slipped into the town made a test of the milk to the National had and Of of 'the It generally been accepted that Lee was taken to He was daughters of Mr. Sage's only estate Was worth in and convicted and was in great Mrs Fannie danger of lynching when the sheriff got him has the of quartermasters of the various 50 per cent of it contained an embalming notified Mr. Reid that he desired to Mr. The interview was quite was marked by the pleading cordially which the king ia accustomed show Americans in whom he is Only the Mr. Reid and Mr. declared unsafe at the meeting Bryan were The conversation of the Board or Public Works and notice was served on the and Jointly with the j that its station in the not only on the i building must find The t of calling a general actually on the question of at- Tempting a counter coup d'etat by set pnK a provisional Blunder decision yet been I'M all the bat Including of the ru but all pronounced In favor of many years and U is quite apparent to of several el persona of the situation p In entering on i policy made a perhaps in lacking entire building was Well Known Pastor Dies By Associated Press July 26. The Rev M. aged served as pastor C. turned on the subject of peace mni the conference of the with the objects of which his majesty showed himself to be thoroughly in Subsequently tho king received some eighty members of In the Congressman Richard of T. E. Burton of and AU IS QUIET AT CANANEA Mexican Authorities Have Town Guarded to Prevent Future Outbreaks Associated Press July 26. United States Consular John B. of rived last night with an e denial of rumors current along the border of an uprising at In which Colonel Green was alleged to have been stories of unrest or of trouble at Cananea are false and are circulated solely for The newspaper correspondents sending out this trash July are availing themselves of The lawyer who accompanied larger portion of the i Report on Coal Production Troy relatives of Mr. Sage announced the Field estate ia for Cy than unless these relatives were On personal property July 26. The remembered a contest of the j tne Mr. Field is by I Of the Pittsburg Coal will would be immediately of Review to have avoided j composed of subsidiary He said that he would be in this city paying The Bnard has gone embracing the tomorrow when the will is offered for i for years and levied entire i part of tbe producing plants In probate He said that on behalf of against the Field together with the Troy relatives of Mr. he had i for entire period of the existence been making a careful Investigation j of taxing of the latter years of Mr. Sage's which was in 1899. and had that had been of unsound mind for a j j. Morgan Home PRussell Sage announced today New July 26. Pierpont that the will of Mr. Sage be Morgan arrive on the steamer for probate when its Haltic from tents will be made Submarine Sounder Tested By Associated 26. Experiments with sounder were tried TUB'S in the Hocking was The increase the first six months of 1905. The gives coal increase tor increase 4H.422 gross increase net earnings 336.73; is Dead of Massachusetts fnr the American accompanied thousands of Americans T there can rest assured that they ar i a conspiracy against the Whun the plot la will be useless and the will atf In closing the political hag been followed by of the workmen's a Car July 28. A on the Mason and Line By Associated Internal Affairs Brown has Captain J. C. and J. C. of a com s at this Dreyfus Not Assaulted July An official denial Q mrv nf was the rumor 26. o nad heen assaulted a brother officer at the By to Military monuments North American Copper 0T New have opened they knew to be yesterday for the first in France priday and In A9 for the friends oy tne tug who niit to meet tho Kaiser also went VB see Piano Bargains We always have ly used Hadn't you terms If 8. 46 21 W. 3rd St. fine bodies of sulphide carrying copper and an average value of forty-five dollars per A. and 0. B. are both of this Not is there no feeling against but the Mexican government has taken the necessary steps In providing troops to prevent the possibility at ay future time of disorders ot even slight The Reason Why Vacation season and hot weather does not stop sale of pianos at W. when seven distinguished the sound miles from the It is said that other vessels not distinguished at a of from two to to Noted Engineer By Associated July 26. James Richard He civil July 26. way died of aged Tie wa- born at Matich Pa. Mr. De Remer built famous swinging bridge on which tho DoRver goes through the Royal and achieved many other difficult neering feats In the construction of For Western Showeis j mountain For Eastern Friday afternoon or bly light to fresh southeast to south and cooler Saturday partly three NOTICE The Abe Lincoln having gone under tho repairs is now lea ng F store because regular trip to the quality of goods is prices low j foot of street and terms Every Instrument Read schedule In this represented or money All guaranteed at W. V. the new and reliable piano Opera August list of records on sale at 8 o'clock a. m. W. A. 145 W. 3rd St. The Local Weather Record The official record for July 1906. as reported by Observer Henry H. on schedule at City Maximum temperature Minimum temperature 78 degrees 62 degrees 1.6 feet Governor Issues Requisitions July 26. Pennypacker this a ft PI noon Issued re- on the government of New York for the return to of Paul H. under arrest in New the return to Somerset of under arrest In York for All pianos as represented or money D. S. Andrus 21 W. 3d.