Boston Daily Globe, June 12, 1896

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Finn &: COOLIDGE BUILDING, Bowdoin Square ONE PRICE. OPEN EVENINGS. ' Mail and Express Orders Carefully Filled. SEE Our display of Shansi, Mackinaw, French Palm, Sennitt, English Split, Rustic, Yeddo, Manila,Shin-kee and Panama STRAW HATS. Kelley, OPP. REVERE HOUSE. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOES BEST IN THE WORLD. On* quality, nu* Brio* I I dirty I*, ami width, in C.lt, I'.t.nt Calf, \ lei Kid and .ll .ha t.. ..I KmhmL Yin lunk* and wit mort ail .ho*, than any athar manufacturer in th* world, by making only Ona bn* and developing that to tba h eh*«t degree wa ar*, abl* to product aud a*ll through our own .tor*. the twat aho* .rn earth for ail. I. mal in aalue to , any f> thou. Sty I*, tit and wear guarautead. 572 WASHINGTON ST., 12 CITY HALL AV., _33    CREEN ST. , FOBTAGE STAMPS FOR PORGIES. Poquonock Fisherman Got 8 Ceti ta for 08 Barrels of Flab. NKW LONDON, Conn, June ll -The ! first of the week tt ((Sherman front Po* enionock, named Wells, caught tis barrel* of porgies in his pounds. As tin Halt Vero rather plenty in the local mark I In' concluded lo send them to New York. He iMiTelrd the Hell up lit tee, and after (eveAl hours* hard work shipp'd them to a New York cotnmtysloit merchant. Today he received from the merchant the proceed a from th'1 se Ic In a letter ! contenting a statement. For his (TS h.tr-rels of fish he received four 2m em post-oge Starr pa, Who n his hah arrived In New York porgies were a drug In the market, and the .merchant had to teke liny ofter! made. TBS} WEATHER, WASHINGTON, June ll — Forecast for Friday: For New England, fair, preceded by local showers i n northern portions; fresh and brisk westerly winds. For eastern New York, generally fair; northwesterly winds. Local Forecast. Fair sightly warmer; west to southwest winds, diminishing In force. The Temperature Yesterday, As Indicated by the thermometer at Thompson’s spu: 3 a rn 54s, 6 a in 55° 9 a m WF, 12 rn 70®, 3 p rn 71®, ii p rn To®, 'J p rn 68®, 12 mid 62®; average temperature yesterday CO U-2lJ. The Weather Saturday, The indications are for a continuation of faith weather through Saturday, and possible Sunday; slowly rising temperature; winds brisk, westerly, moderating. Refrigerators Ranges, COMBINE BUSINESS WITH PLEASURE. When yon go out for a walk, wheel baby in one of our now carriages. $1.00 per week buys it. $1 Down, $1 poi Week. TERMS OF CREDIT $1 Deposit on $10 I and 60c. per Week j $2 Deposit on $20 and $1 Per Weak | $3 Deposit on $30 and $1 Per Week $4 Deposit on $40 ba DB S.    1 and $1 Per Week UUI |JU IU)    |$6 Deposit on $50 Prnplforu    • and $1.25 Per Week UlUlmulVl    I Anil 1.1*11 amounts wr • wwi.wi J s    un sam* proportion. Order ne to Take your Old stove in et-obange for a modern range. We acoept $1 Per Week thereafter until the balanoe is paid. ■•lid A eta. ail am na for I Nee Catalogue, Over see Illustration*. Chamber Sets, EVERYTHING —TO- FURNISH A HOME. CONTENTS OF TODAYS GLOBE. .’UKC I. Hanna select* Hobart for rice preal- I dent and decides to straddle the financial question; Missouri democrats are solid for Wand. Strange conduct of Manley condemned by Reed and his friends. Patrolman Coughlin of division 7 attacked by three men and forced to firs one shot. Mc Kinley men alarmed over the turn . of events In St Louis. John Cyr of Biddeford proud father of j triplets. Lenora Cousen*. the actress of West J Newton, dies In New York. 1*1, *e ‘J. Opening of Combination park, Med- j ford, with three good races. Four pretty professional bicycle races j In the national circuit contest* at Gal- | veston. D’Oro beats Kby In the first block of I their match. fnge 3. Harvard crew gets a ducking; Pennsy’s I men In fine form. I Council again refuses to pass the I reboot loi.r. order. Application for warrant for arrest of j James ltonovan agata postponed to fiat-J urday by Judge Forsalth. Page -I. Boston beats Cincinnati; Cleveland I and Baltimore lose. Union q Baptist church, ftomervllla, to be occupied tonight for the first tim* Augusta, Fall River, Brockton and Portland win N. K. league games. Beautiful day at 'amp at Framingham. Bilge ti. Meteor again shows her wonderful power In a light air. Fifty-first annual regatta of the New York yacht club Mailed In a rattling breeze; Emerald beats the Colonia In her new rig. Tom Sharkey, who will meet Corbett at San Francisco, Is capable of taking severe punishment. Big New York horse exchange burned, loss $156,000. Bu Be <1. Wedding of Fred K. Wood, B. A. A., and .Miss Caroline IS, Peaslee of Kingston, N H. Hawley, the American artist, acquitted. and Gen Weyler w ill release hint in a few days. Interscholastic athletes who will go from here to compete at the national meeting at New York. Public library to use a new book mark, Bu ire 7. Lively session of the trial of Belasco’s suit ugaiust Mr Fairbank. Three* negroes lynched aI Bryan, Tex. John Mulligan reelected supreme dictator at the session of the supreme lodge, Kn'ghts of Honor, in Louisville. R. L). Wrenn beats R. Stevens at tennis at Orange, N J; Hobart will play the ex champion In the finals. Bu |*e 8. Evangelist Moody Invite* International Sunday school delegates to Northfield. Bilge ti. Real estate matter*. Few' licenses to sell fireworks to be Issued. Company to build the southern union station gets promptly at work. Point of Pines will not run this year, because it cannot fence-in the beach. City hospital trustees recommend the purchase of IO houses for attendants. Sinking of the schooner Maud R. Wetherell by the steamer Croatia and the rescue of the crew. Page IO. P'ay and Lynch fined and sentenced to imprisonment for illegal voting in ward 19 caucus. Bilge 11. Important auction sales of horses and carriages. Page IS. Congress adjourned: unusual compliment paid to Speaker Reed. Dorr and Pilling, the Harvard students arrested during the celebration, fined $50 each; Briggs fined $15. Assessor Segee to be investigated by Revere selectmen. Board of officers, of the Young Men’s metropolitan republican club now complete. CLOTHING ON RIVER BANK. Police of Division 16 Have a Mystery to be Solved. Tile pollee of division 16 are Investigating what may prove to be another case of suicide or simply a hoax. Shortly after midnight a policeman found a black serge coat and vest on Back st, near the corner of Gloucester st, on the banks cf the Charles.! The clothing might have been left there by some world-weary mortal or dropped by a thief. Although of good quality, there w*as absolutely nothing In the pockets or about the garments which would lead to the Identification of its owrer. Patrolman John J Fottghlfk bas gained the reputation In (vast Boston of. being a terror to the toughs. De has had tussles with many, out th** most severe was probably that of last night. They tried hard to do him up while he was making an arrest, but he kept his man and had them arrested, beside. Coughlin was kicked and pound* J and pummeled and choked and vlubb *d w Itn his own club. but that didn’t "do" him, and finally one of his assailants got a bullet In the face from Coughlin’s revolver. Coughlin was call'd to 233 M trlon st about 7.10 to arrest Patrick Welch >f 149 Chelsea st, for alleged irunkennes*. While he WM* taking hi* man to the box at Bro iks and Marion sis, he says lit his written statement of the altair, he was attacked by Jot ti Ryan, Edward Winn and Martin Norton, all pf whom are more or less known to him. now certainly, hut were before. Coughlin states that Ryan got his long club from his belt, Winn grabbing him by the throat at the same time, and Ryan stru k him with it, smashing his helm"!, which probably saved hts skull By this time, she officer says, the men had both his club*. Winn still kept his grip on his throat, and they fell to the ground. "While I was trying to get up," say* the officer, "I was assaulted by Ryan, and Winn grabbed me by th* throat a second titre. "Ryan was raising my long club, whlia Norton had the short one, when all hands of u* went down on the ground again. Winn had me by the throat, and I drew my revolver and discharged one shot. It atruck Winn In the face." The shot had a decidedly cooling effect on Coughlin’s assailants, and they* got off him and out of the way. He picked himself up, bruised, battered, and with his uniform, hair and skin covered with dirt. Ills prisoner made no aftemp* to escape. Everybody within hearing dis-wss gathered on Bremen st, the scrimmage took place, and was plenty of excitement and Had not the officer suddenly put an end to the thing by firing a shot it la not at all improbable he would have been overpowered, as there were doubtless other* In the crowd who would have been glad to pay off a grudge against him. He took his man to station 7. and immediately on their arrival Lieut Fro-hock sent patrolmen Griffin, Farley and Rpillane after the assailants, directions having been given wfiere they might be found by patrolman Coughlin. They met Sergt Mullen, and In a short time Ryan and Norton were under airest on the charge of assault on an officer. Patrolman Coughlin sent a doctor to take care of Winn, and another physician had already arrived. The bullet entered the right side of the face near the mouth, passing upward and backward by the bone in front of the ear, lodging under the scalp above the ear. It was removed without difficulty. Winn’s Injuries are not considered dangerous. The other two men will be arraigned In the Kant Boston district court this morning, and Winn will be brought In as soon as he Is able to be out. He has received some punishment, however, and his face will be pretty sore for some time, while he had a mighty narrow escape from getting a bullet In the brains. The officer was not seriously hurt, w hich certainly ) * due to the excellent condition he Is In physically, tor he had the severest possible strain In many different ways. Ile lost both of his clubs. A boy brought his revolver case into the station after the affair was over. All three of the men are single. Ryan Is 25, and resides at 245 Paris st. Winn la 28. and resides at 240 Paris st, and Norton Is 22, and lives at the corner of Havre and Marion st*. The police assert that Winn was arrested last Monday for drunkenness, and allege that Ryan has served time for highway robbery. She was accompanied by two women friends from South Deerfield. The horse became frightened and all three Were thrown from the carriage and severely shaken up. MCKINLEY MEN ARE SCARED. Foraker Will Go to St Loth* in a Hurry, and Bradley Will Not Let Hi* Boom Drop Out of Sight. CINCINNATI, Ji ne ll -Gov Bradley will go to St Louts, leaving Frankfort Sunday night In a special car. His visit has much political significance. He ha I no Idea of gotng to the convento I city until he received new* today from St Louis that McKinley’* nomination was impossible en the first ballot. Bradley's letter yesterday Indicated that he Is still a candidate, and that he will not permit his name to be w ithdrawn, and was his tit st aggressive step. The news from St Louis tonight I* alarming to the McKinley men In Cincinnati. Gov Foraker suddenly mads up his mind to leave for St Louts, and he Is to take a special train early tomorrow rtiiin lug. All of the McKinley leaders here have been In conference since early evening. <tnd the long distance telephone betwe«fii this plats* and Canton has been steadily In use since 8 o’clock. The nows fro fit Louis is that the silver men have gi t together, and have declared that they would violate their Instructions if sum*' on* of the spokesmen for McKinley should not come out and definitely state hts exact position on the money question before Wednesday. and that the sound money men from the east, having arrived at St Louis this morning, were confident sine* Hanna’s Interview of yesterday that McKinley wa* out of It, unless he should positively declare at once that he was In favor of the gold standard. Among politicians here tonight It Is believed that Foraker’s appearance in fit Louis will he to the detriment of McKinley, whom he Is to nominate. HIS HAPPINESS KNOWS NO BOUNDS. John Cyr, a Biddeford Milkman, Apprite* Customer* of the Birth of Three Bouncing Bove at His Home. BIDDEFORD. Mc, June ll- The happiest man In seven counties tonight Is John Cyr, whose wife gave birth to triplets * •*rl> i.his morning. John owns several cows and peddles their milk In this city. un I when he came down town this morning bls customers were greatly surprised when he Informed them that he was the proud futher of three bouncing bays. Tho trio of youngsters are all doing well. As soon as the news spread through the neighborhood the people living th> re visited the Cyr house to look ut the triplets, and throughout the fore* r<on friends of th' family living ta tog city made pilgrimages to the farm to congratulate tie- overjoyed parents sud to Inspect the unusual addition to the city's population. This is the first time In the history of fit Jostip i s church that triplet* have been baptised there, and Dr Thlvierge *nys he ic cm not know that triplet* wars ever born in this city befere. HANNA SATS HOBART. IS MANLEY AJRAITOR? New Jersey Man Selected to Run Strong Suspicions Regarding tile With McKinley. j Reed Manager. Ohio Clique Decides to Straddle the McKinley’s Spokesman Was the Money Question and East and    Only Person Consulted About West Are Expected to be Satis-    the Surrender—The Speaker and lied - Missouri Democrats Are    His Friends in Maine Are Bitter Solid for Bland and Free Silver.    in Their Denunciations of Him, MISS COUSENS, THE ACTRESS, DEAD (anc* where th#r# noise Death Certificate Issued by Dr Anna C. R. Stevens Did Not Satisfy the Health Department. NKW YORK, June ll Miss Lenora I Cousen*, an actress, abu for th* past nine months had lived In tin* boarding house at 44 West 27th st, died there suddenly last night. Dr Anna <’. R. Stevens of 247 West 42d st was called to anend MI** Cous-1 ens on Tuesday morning, and when she diet! Dr Stevens gave a certificate de-! daring heart disease the cause of death. The certificate dbl not satisfy the ; health department, which referred tbs I case to coroner Hoeber. The autopsy mudtj at his .instance showed death to J be due lo malpractice. Coroner Hoeber ordered Dr Htevett* and the dead actress’ friends to appear before bim tomorrow morning. Miss Cautions wa* 32 years old. Hh* was born In West Newton Mass where her parents are said to be wealthy She was a member of the Verdi quartet lr "The Sunshine of Paradise Alley," which Is now playing al the 14th st theater. Last year she Bung a soprano role in the Bostonians. McFaddeu a Victor at Waterville. WATERVILLE, Me, June 11-At the republican caucus this evening 470 votes were oast for a county delegation, favoring Perham 8. Jfeald for senator and City Marshal A. L. McFadder for sheriff, against 165 for the ticket favored by the Waterville enforcement league against McFadden. It was the largest caucus In the history of the party In this city Mr McFadder, was serenaded after the caucus. Old Lsdy's Arm Thrice Broken. GREENFIELD, Juno ll—Mrs S. Clark of Chapman st, 70 years of age, was thrown from her carriage this afternoon while driving and received three fractures of her right arm, one near the wrist, the other two above the elbow. I,ting Kuro heals Sore Lungs. SLAUGHTER RT LOUIS, June ll - McKinley of ’Ohio and Hobart of New Jersey, upon a platform that will mean gold to the gold men and a larger use of silver to the silver men. This seems to be now the outcome of the convention. lf McKinley could have his way he would be nominated by acclamation. This la pure sentiment with him. It I* a sentiment which he would like to have gratified, but the pleasure Is not to tx, hts, There will be a roll call after the nomination* have been made, and although McKinley will have a large majority of the delegates there will be no unanimous action until the stat** have gone on record. Senator Allison knew three months ago that McKinley would be the nominee, but he felt that, as his people had stood by bim, It wa* nut til* place to throw up the sponge. Rcnato** Quay Is In the same boat. ll** assured Mr Allison within the last two weeks that although McKinley was certain to be the nominee 56 votea In Pennsylvania would be cast for Quay, even lf they were the only votea which tho Pennsylvanian received. Gov Morton will also be voted for, lf for no other reason than that Mr Platt wants a show down of the men who are for him and who are against him In th# New York delegation, He proposes to make the roll call a page In the political history of New York, even though It may have no effect on national affairs. As for Mr Reed even Manley concedes that hts name will be presented and that votes will be cast for him. As a matter of fact, the paltry hand- j fill of votes which Reed, Allison, Quay j and Morton will receive will be a pitiable spectacle from which one would think they ought to ba spared. it Is their wish, however, to have thU record made, and they have the gratltl-< tutor) of it least preventing the nomination tty acclamation which Mr McKinley so much desires Chauncey M. Depew will nominate Mr Morton, fienator Lodge will name Speaker Reed and John ll. Baldwin of Council Bluffs will place Senator Allison before the convention. AU these three speeches, with the attendant oratory of seconding the nomination, will bo so much waste time, but It will all be Inflicted upon the crowd*. Hobart of New Jersey for second place. This, too, seems to It* written upon the slate Now that his name Is upon everybody’* Ups. everybody wants to know who bu Is, and why he should be selected as McKinley’* running mate The answer mignt be written In three words .McKinley wants him. This is sufficient, perhaps, for the faithful followers of tits Ohio man, but it does not satisfy public curiosity. Why does McKinley want him? Because in the light that is so Moon approaching. the republican candidate for the presidency knows that h# must carry every eastern state lf he <|oes not want to be landed high and dry by the silver wave. HAKKI: TI A. MOHAKT CM NFW JF.RSF.V. Hanna’s Chutes lur Vies l*re*idrnt. FINED $125,000 FACH. Terms Imposed en the Four Leaders of Johannesburg Reform Committee. PRETORIA, June ll—It la announced that the terms imposed on the four leaders of the Johannesburg reform committee. John Hays Hammond, Lionel Phillips, Col Francis Rhodes and George Farrar, whose release has been decided upon by the Transvaal executive council, require that In default of the payment of a fin)' of $125,000 each they shall suffer banishment from the territory of the South African republic. The conditions of their release upon payment of their line* are the same us those required to be observed by the other members of the reform committee who were recently set at liberty, namely, that they shall abstain from interference In the politics of the South African republic. SUICIDE OF lO-YEAH-OLB GIRL Took Paris Green Because Bhe Thought lier Hair Would Not Grow Again. POUGHKEEPSIE, June 11-A 10-year-old girl named Mary Coklln, an Inmate of the DyPeyster orphan and industrial home at Tivoli, a Methodist Institution, died today from the effects of a dose of paris green, taken with suicidal Intent on last Tuesday. The reason assigned for the act Is disappointment caused by the loss of her hair,'which was of a beautiful golden color and fell in long, curling ringlets over her shoulders. It was cut off because the rules of the institution required it. The Idea was fixed in lier mind that her hair would never grow again. Pennsylvania who ha* not been aligned with oil# faction or the other. We could not be put in the position of rewarding fri* rids or punishing enemies. "We were forced to go to a stat# where fa-'tlofial difference* did not prevail. New Jersey presented to us this neutral ground The republican < om en lion of that etal** bad agreed, wi'h great enthusiasm and unanimity, to present Mr Hobart’s name to the convention, and his large personal following (ii that Btu(e in-in* accessions to th* r puhl lea ti ranks "He is w 'll known both In New York and in Pennsylvania, even though he may need some Introduction to the west Ile Is ab* • 111(v<I> round oil lh# money question, which Is a matter of supreme importance to the east, "These are Home of hi* qualm,tatlon*. but above all wa regard him as the man who redeemed New Jersey from dr ii-Otra I Ic rule, and we believe that with his name iii the ticket the IO electoral voles of New Jersey are as good as counted now for Mr McKinley. "Ten vote* are not to be despl* sd. They would offset the vote* of either Kansas or Nebraska, and would be MARK HANNA’S RECEPTION ROOM. Bend for oar Bicycle Catalogue. FREE. C H. ROBINSON & CO., 138-140-142 Washington Street, j onc-rnn Adams Square and Oook Square, i Depot Ours Fuss Our Door. Liquor Offenders Arrested. ! BROCKTON, June ll—Michael Mur-; phy was arrested this evening on a I tench warrant en a charge of breaking the liquor law, and Antonio Ransbottom and Pa a qu alo Constanso were arrested tor the U 8 revenue officers. Lung Kuro relieves Croup Instantly. 25 JACKETS & CAPES Worm $5,00 IOT- • $2.00 17 Wortli $15,00 tor. $5.00 19 Wortli $16,00 tor- $6.00 16 Worth $2500 for--$7.50 TO CLOSE OUT AT ONCE. William H. Brine, NO. I TREMONT ST. It’s wilful waste to use this old method of lighting when you can get the Improved Welsbach Light, which burns half the gas and gives three times the light. For Male at JU West St. All genuine good. have tnHe-m&rk— "Welsbach," on eaeh Ii©*. Mark Hanna Is anxious and worried over the outlook. This fact, communicated In confidence *to his closest friends and telegraphed exclusively to The Globe last night, Is still whispered In secret, and is of far more Importance than Mr Manley's abandonment of : I Reed for instance. j The necessity of carrying all the east- j I em states being therefore apparent, the I question as to where should be found j I the strongest candidate Iii that section : became one of pressing moment. "We should have been glad lf -dr ; Morton would consent to take the see-i ond place," said one of Mark Hanna’s ' close friends to me ibis evening. "Bu; there loe:i not t eem to be any I kelihood that this will occur. As a whole, this is probably the best tiling. There am factional troubles In the state; the Raines law, which Mr Morton approved, would have become a national Issue, aud brought an unnecessary complication into the campaign, u.id even New York might hale been endangered. "Depew is too much of a representative of the millionaire, and too bitterly hated by the granger, anti railroad element to be considered fur a moment. Cornelius N. Bliss selection would be resented by Platt and his faction, and would be politically unwise. "Ex Sec Tracey was thought of for j sonic time, but it was finally concluded i to abandon the Idea of taking the vice 1 presidential candidate out of New York, j and the same conditions prevailed in j Pennsylvania. "Senator Quay came to us with the I name of Gov Hastings, but it is easy j to see that no man could be selected In more than the aggregate votes of Colo-i ado, Idaho und Nevada. "It is easy to see. therefore, why Mr Hobart is most available from our standpoint. His name will be a salve to the torn factions In New York and Pennsylvania, and he will bring another eastern state Into the republican col-limn,"    ___ Ho much for the political considerations which have governed the selection of Mr Hobart. McKinley has been dubbed the "Ohio Napoleon." not so much for his dash and strategy as for his facial duplication. If .McKinley resembles Napoleon, then Continued nu the Fifth Page* More Curative power, more cure aud skill in preparation, more sales, more wonderful cures by Hoods Sarsaparilla Than any other. Tho One True Blood Purifier. Hoods Pill* do not purge, pain or gripe. All druggist*. 26c. TWO PARTIES DIVIDE ST LOUIS. Democrats Shout for Bland in On* Part of th* City, Whit* th* Republicans Try to Com* to Terms in Another, HT I.*MTH. June ll The guide book poet mlgh* say thai Die Mississippi rivet washes lh© feet of tit Louis, tut aa u guest of iht* hospital!I* city I hesitate to cast such a cruel aspersion upon the pedal ext refill I tea of my gracious hostess, Therefore I content myself with the simple statement that the father of water* flows In a wide. yellow at re* rn un th*' eastern .-t.de of the r tty. Five blocks up from the river bunk Is the Heathen! hotel Un th** parlor Moor of that botel “It the national committee of the republican party, com posed of a member from eat h stale and territory. In a nearby pallor stand* the magic Henna, working bls wonders through tide man and that, In the procession that pours by hint all day long Down In tin vast corridor lounge u Jabbering crowd of early coiner* from everywhere, with nothing to do but Jabber and eut their meals, while brother Abner McKinley of New York, anti cousin Osborne of Boston, look on In pride and amusement from a relatively quiet corner. Hoven blocks further up, or 12 from the river, I* the big, plain, white building that has been built for the aesaiot.a of the lith national convention of the republican party, and half a dozen blocks beyond that, or about 20 from the river, I* the union station, where the gates of Continued oil the gerund Filar. HT LOUTH, June ll-’ Has Tom TW<J been betrayed?" appear* In the flaming headline* in an afternoon newspaper, and that question In a dozen different forms has been on the lips of every politician In fit Louis today. lf Mr Reed has not been betrayed Mc Joseph H. Manley of Augusta, Me. th* recognized leader of the Reed force* tar several months past, tm the most unfortunate man In this country. Rut let the farts speak for themtclves. When Mr Manley mad- hi* statement last night, the statement In which h» said that Mi McKinley would be nominated on the flr-t ballot, friends of Mr Reed were amazed at Mr Manley's bad judgment In giving utterance lo such an expression at that time, It was true that th-*# friends of Mr Reed knew perfectly we I that Mr Reed j could not be nominated, and that Mr I McKinley would be, but all the sam** they    no necessity of proclaiming I that fact from the housetops so long as | Mr Heed was a formal candidate. \V. Murray Crane, the national committeeman from Mamachusetta and who for many months past has been most active In try it « to bring about the nomination of Vc R-ed, felt hurt ai Mr Manley’s ill-advised move. Mr Cran* had not been consulted about the statement, and knew nothing about It until after It had been In fho I hands of the newspaper correspondent* for some time Mr Cran# told Mr Manley that ha ought not to have issued such a statement without having first consulted I with him ami the other friends of Mr I Reed. Mr Manley’s excuse wa* that he had not been able to Ste Mr Crane. Mr Crane suggester that Mr Manley I could very well have waited a short-I lime, a few minute-, « r an ho I*-, before < he bad mad- hi- statement, and that no i harm could have ccm** from the delay. Ho for na Mr Crane kn • .v at thati time no om* in fit Loui- knew of Mn Manic vs tnt-ntton until the ■.ta'eme.a I had been typewritten, signed by Mr i Manley, and wa- general prop Tty. Apparently Mr Manley artel on hi* [sole authority, and without asking tho J advlc# of any en# Here It is or >p#r to say that fit* ' statement w i- «n such form twat na refraction’ was possible; there was no It upholr of escape through the denunciate n -w-papal- man as hayed or exaggerated Mr Man orial! af some lug misquoted ley’* words. The Stateline and typewrit’ It was Glen si having been dom of the two press i for. and to them af this statement. By handing it ti on a Mr Manl-y appear In every it try this morning. want his literary I ted circulation. Mr Manley took every proc,* aion tv secure the publication of hi* -tatement in the exact anguag# used b; him. ani to have lf appear simultaneously In the cities of the east as well as tho*# of th* wert; lr. Boston, w here Mr It,* d’» friends would he the first to r-ee It. as well aa lr. Washington, where Mr Reed himself 4 <i ii 11 ii lied on th# Seventh Boa#. A LUXURIOUS CHAIR. was a refill y prepared Iii Mr Mauley'* room, cil bv Mr Manley. Title ne, Lie i#pre«entatlve* ti 'sociatio*.* were *#nt wa* delivered a copy * th# pre** assocla-Ln en that it would t w epa per lit th# oou.i-KvLlerUy he did not effort to have a lim- BICYCLES ^5Down $1.50 Per Week From tills <Jsl« till June 17th w« will sell oar *45, $55 suit •lift t’riiRO* Bicycle* fur 15.00 down slut I' 3o pir week. We are selling agents fur several other STANDARD SIOO BICYCLES $10 Down PS, w«?k° Bend for our Bicycle Catalogue. FREE. C. H. ROBINSON & CO., BOSIO* 138-140-142 Washington Street, Adams Square and Dock Square, Depot Cars Pass Our Door, fiend 4 ids. Slump* for I HWU Furniture 4 staloau#. Over SOO I lint! rut iou*. Employers Can sa ye time and trouble in hiring their help by using The Globes Help Wanted Column. Try it next Sunday. WU ft ii you have finished th© ques-, tiona that affect your life and youis honor, here is u matter that touches, your sacred comfort. Never have we offered—never hay®, you owned —never will you find—aa, upright seat that rivals this in pure, luxury. There is no explanation oft Its virtue; the fact is all that can b® giveu. To be sure it has arm rests, nearly* six inches wide, that follow the entire outline of the arm from tho shoulder. Then it has winged corners, with an extra deep seat and. sloping back: vet these features do not fully explain the secret of its wonderful charm.    ■* ll is a chair that oil" never forgets. You feel sure that you will conia back ami buy it some day. The price, by the way, is only $22. Paine Furniture Co, 48 Canal St. COMPLIMENTS GALORE aro bf*rd fvcr* <la> st St. Clair'*, ,oiii.r 'tViuplf 1*1. aud Ws*WnifU>u st., fur St. Clair's superior cboeolst#* and I'aruuicta, alod# frosh ♦•very day, aud positively uuaquaUeU for quality. flavor, fr#!*Uui*9* sud pries. Bare you trlrd t ti# rn J 7-20-4 Hv Whets**I# HA    crs”    ti*lti62d *** B®*Uku' J MeUREF.StKYbgcB. JU lion©*re st (HOUK I Of. 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