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   New York Times (Newspaper) - August 25, 1905, New York, New York                                 “All the Fitte  Л'ОЪ. Liv...  ■-»»•    -    vT-«-'    .IÇ    -  .%  iNews That’s Print.”  THE WEATHER.  Thunderstorms, cooler; brisk northerly winds.  До. 17.880.  JEROME FOR Mi(YOR IS  CITIZENS’UNION DEMAND  GIRL ADMITS PERJURY.  Its City Committee  30 to 17.  FIXES THE PRICE  Action Taken After a Private—Somewha  Says Mr. Cl tting  Jerome for Ma\or,. '< fusion, is the demand w lated behind closed doors xnlttee of the Citizen.s' after one of the. hitter» history of that organiza of R. Fulton rutting's, mittee, which brought was adopted by a vote of  So Decides,  Rothschild’s Stenographer Confesaes to Jerome.  May Trimble, who was David Roth-■schild's stenographer when he was the head of the wrecked Federal Bank, and is supposed to have typewritten the agreement under which Armitage Mathews, Sif innel Ferguson. John • '\\ooten, ^  OF FUSION and Kothschilfl were to divide certain _    .    ■    I pWKWH acrrulns from the Wrtsoll estalo. !  Finht in ,    District    Attorney  ' that Tfiuch of her testimony at the Woolen trial was untrue; She told Mr. Jerome H.nl Assistant District Attorney Kresel all she knew about the relatiuus of Rothschild and -the thre»'> attorneys'  NEW YORK. FBIDAY. AUGUST 25. 1905.-TWELVE PAGES  WARSHIP CRUSHES SCHOONER I FATHER DUHIGG REBUKES  MRS. CLARENCE MACKAV  SHIP iND WAREHOUSE SET AEIRE BÏ LIGHTNING  ONE CENT FLAGSHIP GOES ASHORE.  la Greater New Terk. Ì Jereey City, and Wewari.fTWO CBWTi.  The Mulberry Hill Ablaze Off Staten Island Shore.  CREW ESCAPES IN BOATS.  Then Kearsarge Saves Vessel and Crew and Takes Them to Newport.  NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 24,—After colliding with and damaging the little kerosene oil schooLier N. S. Gallup of New York, the battle.shlp Kearsarge arrived in the harhcM» ta-nlght with the disabled |  For a Letter About Romanist Parochial Schools.  craft and her crew of two. consisting of ; SHE CALLS THEM A MENACE  ('apt. John W'allace and hhs son \Villlam. j    ^  The warahip was not Injured and the los.s 1  The Rainbow, with Admiral Reiter Aboard, Grounds in Butuan Bay.  MANIUA. Aug. 2.'».—The cruiser Rain-D ! bow, the flagship of the Philippine s«fuad- j ron, with Rear Admiral Reiter on hoard.; w-ent ashore this morning at the mouth ^ of the Agusnn River, ^Butuan Bay, in ^ Northern Mindanao.  A report to Rear Admiral Train say.s that the Riilnb(»w is not damaged, and ia ;  tZU lEffi OPEN Í Ю FOR PENCE  Informal,  Jerome yesterday I One'Section of the Bush Stores  Brooklyn Destroyed — Flames Light Up the Bay.  in !  to the ow'iier of the schooner, the Na- And the Priest Retorts That Polite-, resting easily.  of  к the price hlch was formu-  A tlnfnderslorm which swept over Staten Island, the lower bay. and South Brook-  tional Gil Company of New York, does not  1  extM'od    j  The little vessel capsized after being i struck by the big warship, but she was j rlgh(<’d by hawsers run out from the Kearsarge. and after divers had tom- '  ness Is Taught to Children in Them.  i The converted cruiser Rainbow' Is a ¡steel vessel of i,S<X> horse power ami t».2o0 I tens displacement.  President Making Other Appeals to Him.  The Rev. Father Thomas B. Duhigg. j  JAPANESE TRANSPORT SUNK. COMMUNICATIONS DIRECT-  u .IS „ш1е.«оо,1 that SI.C al.'O decUred :„.„    ¿    j    last    night    .auand'two , ,-.аП hact hon,    'he    »«"hlp^    olle    РиМог.    ln  iKirarilv repaired the damage ;ind the i o”®    iitfluential    Roman    a    -    Collision    with    British    Steamer    and  •    *    .    ...      .    •    '    I    J    t    4-    »-1    i    tr    Vy    t  l>y the L’ity <'oni- ,    disavowal    on    the    stand    of    the    .serious fires on the witter front. The four-  mi'>n last    ,    dni'ument signed by h«.‘i’ in the prosence .    niH,    lying    in    j  St lights in the i ,,f ]\ir. Kresel wiis heeause of gi oat pt es-,    stream    midway    between    Tnm)ikins-  na k Y-i'iim-f SEire hrovight to hear by some of the pet- i    Stapleton.    Staton Island, was sot .  ion. Ihe repoiL I    ■    Mr    Kresel    in-|    _    ,,    ....    !  brought her to Newport. _  MR. SHAW DRIVES A CAB.  ; The Secretary of the Treasury Has a  Ktve her    a    lesson    in polite-;  ,1 transport    Kinio was sunk    in a  ness after    receiving    a    letter    from    ^    British steamm-    Barab.ng  Little Adventure in His Home Town.  Spriiel to The Yen' 'It ork /'a--; ?.  to  .sons concerned. All that Mr. Kiesel j    and    blaZ'-d up brilliantly,    lighting  sominiiting ^    j    duced her to make afUdavit to preceding |    Narrows from ejul to end.  bout this result, ¡ the trial of Wooten is just, as true now ,as j д    story    building cotton wairc-  17. hut only i it 3vas then, she declared, and her state-¡    Bush's    .Stores, at tlie fool of i    XTFNiSON, Iowa, Aug. 24.-^Secret;iry of  ivo Tin the 1    witne.s.4 st:md that her    j    ycorty-fourth .Street, Brooklyn, cau.ght ; Tre isurv ShaAv. who lives In Denison,  after МГ. » ичпж и.о..,'. .ало up    made    under duress wa^ untrue.    another    holt, and four alarms-Д‘ ^    .    ...    ^  chair and took the floor to -whip his m- |    ,,poffioiiilly    that the I is- |    turned    In for engines enmi.gh to fight ; "'aehed vom* \    .    .    .  ganization into line for    his prograBime.    ] tpict Attonn’v's ofiice would not prosecute j    flanie.s. At U.'IO o’clock this    morning    t a train.  This stand taken by th|' Gitizt ns I nion.    'primhle    for pcrjiiry. in view of 4^« |    j-tTll    blazing    brilliantly,  followed a meeting of tlie RepnUlican or- j    aid    she    has reiidercd in the case. |    ijgiued    the    hay from tlie  ganization earlier in the day. at whic h ;рро oxact nature of the    |    {:tj^„dy    jjook.  Brooklyn, .said last night that he had Avritten to Mrs. Clarence H. Маска у to  a lett<T  i which he considered anything but polite. Father Duhigg said he had not consulted his Bishop before Aviiting the letter, but had willingly taken the respon-  sibllity on his own shonhh'rs.  Father Duhigg is the rector  127 Invalids Drowned.  NAG.\S.\KI. Aug. 24.-tT.he Japanese  iHsioii on  of vSt. in Tweil-  , Avltli the British steamer ! .  Aug; 22 In the Inland Sea.  One hundred and tAveiily seven Invalid Japanese solfliers Avere droAvned.  j  i  Roosevelt Also Sends a '""ssage to  many steps were taken for Fusion on lines of mutual ronce.sslon. : cided astonishment in a It wa.s learned at the ters last night that t.  Cutting organization  largely because'the Repul    ............  the initial steps toAvanl holding a Fusion ,    p-pr    statement Avas regarded  conference.    j    Pv the District Attorney's ofJioe ;i.s being  The Citizens’ T'nlon expected to    «»’1    j    of pppat importance.    *  such a conference at last night’s meeting,    j,    Neither Mr. Krc.sol nor    Jerome  but the RepubTic:tn org:inlz:ition    j    the w'ord confession    in connec-  them by Issuing, the call for siu’h a meet- i    case.    Mr. Jerome said:  ing to be held at the RepnbTican (,’lnb on j p^^^p \ypoten and Miss Trimble have Aug. 31. Mr. Cutting phiinly Avas angered j    statements.    These    statements  because this lead Avas denied to his    .,,.p\vpat they uoav declare to he the act-  ganlzation, and, while he said hist night ^ facts. But, until this office has had that he ” presumed” the T'nion Avoiild    fia-,p    for the <llsoussion and investl-  representcd at the coiiference. he did not |    ^yhat'they    have    put    before    us,    1  allow the question to come before his City    rnake    no further statement."  Committee meeting in any form Avhatcver. Oonrge G. Battle. Wooten’s lawyer, was  MINE OWNERS KILLED.  oniing on i .Tohn’s Roman Catholic Church, in Twni-  tv-first    Street, near Fifth Avenue. Brook-    Wife and    Son  !    Ivii The church ministers to one of the ;    '    Perish  y. The two I    fp(,    i^tatlnn    a    single    «'¡»b stood.    j    p^i.gci-t. parishes In the horpu.gh. having  j ,p.jyp,.    |^,sl<M'.]>    within    the    A    chiele.    Seere-'.    yojiop    parishioners. Rf'cently balhet  ; (ary'Hhaw    tried    in    yain    to    Avake    the    m:in,    |    j>j,pigg    completed the building of a new  LAMSDORFF HAS HOPE  one of the ■ost $lt>U.(WH» un-  1    > * , ! door hef(..............  The crew of twenty-four men    fiv to understand tlm situation,  tlie Mulberrv ITill just after the fire start- j    ;    —    -  r,l ,„ul la.„lo<l „(    Word    LvaH    fo„,    j    FLOWER    GETS $7,500-000  Daughter of Charles Lockhart Forces a Settlement with Other Heirs.  to Manlnittan for firoboats. The and .«Several tugs Avent as close to llu' burning ship a.s possible iuid began to flood her with w'ater.  The lightning, the crew said, hit the mainmast and passed down the steel pole into the hold, Avhere there was an explosion. Rockets and lights were burned, but no one paid any attention to tJie.se j di.stress signals. At Stftploton those who  Special to The Nezv York Tunes.  PITTSBURG, Aug. -‘T--According to an-j    ^    дцд«,    McNamara    wrote  fnrnishtng it that tablets class room, giv-o c»)nlrlbut<'d  toAvard their equipment. The Avomen of the parish lmm»‘diately set out collecting funds for tlie pmyiose. ‘ One of these volunteer collectors Avas Miss B. A. McNamara.  Seeing that Mrs. Clarence Маска у was interested In school matters and had Viceu 1 elected a member of the School Board at  of One of Them Also ^  shed in Explosion.  BAKFRSFIFI.D. Cal , Aug. 2-5-By a| terrific explosion of giant poAvdt i- tn-ilay . at Paris. Cal.. Mrs. A. TV. Mcfiae. Avife ! of a mine "Avrn r; her son George, and ^ (,)scar Duclose, anothi’r mine mvner, Avere i instantly killed.    1  McRae suffered fatal injuries.    |  However, He Declares Officially That Russia Will Never Pay Indemnity or Cede Territory.  CAVANAGH SPECIAL HELD UP.|  Delayed by a Small Freight Wreck—-| All Well on Board.    I  'The (’;iAan,igh Special, the boi'kmakers ; train from Sar;iiog;i. Avas held ni> for an , hour or more just helow illgli Bridge .U ^ midnight liist night.    ;  . At the Grand Centr.al Stiitlon it Avas j said th.at a freiglit ('ar hail broken (Ioavm thentic reiiorts circulated here to-uiay a Mr.s. Mackay, asking for a contribution .,,„j punked th<‘ tiiieU. .\noth.-r sp.M i.iU  * ' 1    .    ...    X.______r..    .vIft    :_______ ..I,.,, iw.i.i    X    i    K    iiiAi)    WilS    ll    »»»    f  to  settlement has been reached in the Lockhart will i’a.sc, and there will he no contest of the last testament of Charles  to the sehool furnishings.  Prior to the meeting of the City tom- asked if he had anything to .say about the j celebration o^i bojird an Italian    |    i^ockhart,    the    Standard    Oil    man    and    [by  Mrs. Mai'kay vvas also In Ld np. No on«    ' --    ,    ,...,1    I    tlie aeeident. .\ lato bulletin I rom the  Is not a Çatholic, but Mr. Macka.A is, an    report<'d    .ail    Avell "U hoard.  hls Avife. as Miss Katherine Duer. eon- r  mittee at the- Union .IleadQuart'-rs. in    i-ds    (.lient. The first    he knew of  Union Square, there w:is a. meeting of the j    Wooten    had    done,    he said, was when  subsidiary Nominating Committee. This |    q,-,    the newspapers.  Is one of the Avheels witiiin wheels in the ^    ^    fjaw    Wooten    to-day,"    said    Mi. Bat-  Citizens’ Union and. Tike other Important |    didn’t tell me what lie hid  features of that organization,' is h<’:yled    Disfriet    Attorney.”  by Mr. Cutting. The Nominating Com-! ^^rmitage MaM.eAvs, it Avas learned >es-jnlttee immediately agreedmmn the pro-    rettirned    from I'Mirope    on Saturday  gramme Avhich Mr. Cutting had announced "unofficially” a few days before. Jerome for Mayor on a (ntizens Union ticket, Avith or without fusion, Avas | agreed upon as the: stand of the organ-j Izatlon. The report ciirried instructions to the Conference Committee of the o'r-ganlzatlon to imesent the name of Jerome to the I'nion's City Convention as a ciin-didate for Alayor.  Fight Over the Report.  on the American liner Philadelphia. lie could not be found at hi.s home yestiidav i hut it Avas said he AA'as in town.  ABUSES MAYOR DUNNE.  Atlanta's Mayor Creates a Scene at the Toledo Convention.  SpCAiHrl -to 'T'Tc ■  Tni.LDO, Ohio, Aug. 24,—Just before  '„'H repon ,;o,    n.H    i  Finding their alarnis were unheeded. I    ofAohn    D.    Hoekefeller.    Avho    died}    ‘д    few  Mtnd to tl.oir marnai,- being perfo.n.e.i jgg даД|_1_ДСН’8 LONG SWIM. ^    '  I' a Roman Çatholie priest.    ^       ^  men loAA'cred (he boats and miide for the chnvn Nn tin<> remai-ned on board.  Five minute.s after the alarm av;is given ashore one of 'the hatches about amidships hlcAV up. The flames poured through the hatcli. rtnd' began to eat away the soils and eord.age. After these burned the fire settled doAvn Into the hold, from which explosion after explosion vomited flame.    P-  Lightning struck one of the storage Avarehouso.s o:    the I'-u.sh Terminal and !  AN’arehous»! ('ompanA', at tlie foot of T'‘or-  seAU'ral montlis ag»>, leaAing an estut.  valued variously at from''$hi).dtXD)00 to letter on purple tinted pa-er  В. A- McNamara or Fother ! Johii's Parochial School."  .liiya ago Kailmr I»'''''««, 'vhn :    Taylor    Townsend    She Covers;  I'resldi-nt Tv  One and a Half Miles at Ne\A/port.  knew nothing of the rcqiu'st. rc<  addres.?ed  .sl4tî.(»(M).liOO. with the latter figures more I •• Miss  probably torrecl.  Duhigg, St.  Bv the ternis. of hl^ wib DockharUprac- Father Duhigg. not having Miss Mc-  Niunara's address, opmied it. He found this. Written from Saratoga;  Tn Miss B. -A. McNamarn;  Matlain-Yours of the loth has been f.>r\var;le«i Die here. In reply. I Avish to tell you that I  tlcally disinherited his Tavoi'lte daughter. Iqleanorc. hc'catise she had married Dr. \V. S. I'lower, the family dentist.  According to reports to-day. Mrs. FloAver Avill rec«‘ive .57..5t)h,(MlO outright. At first I she demanded .810.OOP.Out), but the family would not listen to her and offered her .^o.OuO.tMH). She red used to take that.  I,v cominitt.-. I.Ud n imv mi.mt.-s j ^    ^    G»..    who was a"-’  or tuo loagim.    Mayor*-™    In'-'-'«'  ........... ..r.    ’    iA,inne    of    Chicago Avith such abusive recommit t»  of the  later, the biller contest was on  ting himself, of o'ourrt. pre.?ided at  meetimr. Avhen ln-, as , Dunne of ( hi . g  ty-fonrth Street, Brooklyn, just «Der |    the courts  midnight. The Avarehou.se. '"'hich Avas one I    I'hcn    ;i    (’oinpromise    Avas    effected,  of .-iqrL&o^^    Forty-fourth    j    the    diffcrcjice was snllt.  Fifty-eighth Slret t; A\as completely de-j ^ ps ' said that the arrangement A\'as stroyed. For a time the others    {    .satisfactory    botli to Mrs. FloAAcr and the  threatened. St- amcrs tied up near by had ito he cast loose, and taken into the bay  other liii inbers of tlie Lockhart family.  Sp 'eio! to 1 he Л loe l e' /,- ./ w:e^.' NKWl’GRT. Ana. 21. Mis.? .Teannie Wall.ach, danghter of Mrs. .Tlaude B.arger Wallarh. and    Taylor    'r.iAvns'Mul. son of  5irs. J. R. ToAvnsend, : AAatn to-day froni Balh’.v's Beueh to I lazard Beicb. and return, a distarne (»f one and a half miles. In    one hour    and    thìrty-    miuntes.    The  absi lutely disapprovo ot parooldal hl bo,.ls I    -wrre    aL'companied    hy    Mi.'-'S  thè Rouianist    falth,    gnd    i »ui.sidor tb.uii    ;i    Kravo    fb,rger.    aimt    of    Mrs    W allach.    in .t  inonaro'    to    our    country..    Хо'нПонн to    яау,    I    am  not a Romanlst, and avìH not bolp you.  , Y'enrs t ruly,  K.ATllBIiIN'B MACK.W.  Augnst 17.    ,    ,    1    .    '  The tene of the reply, and partlcularlA thè use of thè Avord " Romanlst." whieh is regarèfd by t’atholies a? particularly !  surf beat, hnt n.'ither 1-е(|п1г«м1 an\- a.?-slslanee. Mis.? 'Wallach is bul sixte.ii ví'iirs «)ld. She made om -half о!' tin ois-tàm-e in the fac’ of a strong south.wly 1 wind.    _  OIL BOOM STARTS RUSH.  Pml Him n dnHcr fpi-llPK r-xlsis Ivuvoi'n    Inii.iti-ii    I-.ulii-r    ImlilpK.    on    Jefferson    County    Pennsylvaninns    Ex-  waroho'''.S(.  e sudden combustion inside. The  Chaitrr.an of t handed in the as the report element took  Boulton, late Sociati.'-L  ..........-    -    ,    del-eates    MaA  ernor; by Tinfolhy liealy. the Brooi- lyn W '    h'e    reiterated    his    well-Warehouse doors, which .were flung open  labor leader, and by ex-Benator John ■.....•    ’    municipal    ownership,    by  place was full of cottici.  got out of the automobile scene of the fire.. He ^was ll policemen who h.id also trike the building. A fire  orftlty candidate. ‘    |    7,-j;.,|ving:    ¡alarm    was turned In and fire lines estab-  They took the stand that Jeronw did not ,    Dunpe. do not take any of my 1 lished.  represent in any respect the    j    ,    a.s    peiz'onal;    I    lim    going    to    ox-    j    The    flames spread with great rapidity.  them noAV than ha.? shn'c-Mls.s Loi-khart became Mrs. FIoAver. Frlend.s ¡ire of the opinion that,a complete reconciliation will lake T»la< e.  WAGGAMAN GIVES BAIL  ow^el-shlp idea which they insisted    j    '    ..jmor  paramount In the campaign. 1 hey al.so i ^    -  insisted that Jerome did not repre.sent th.> ^  idea that pnblie service corporations i < AAinmeiu iiv n  luea I lici t jM'M'c    I    . fi-oni one side  should be (’omp'dTed to . pay their lull,_    .......  ion on municipal oWncr-  In Adew' of the fact that tiiere was onlv a ten-foot alley betAveen eaidr .«eetion of Unul tones and stagger-| the stores ,and also that the Seandinavian. to the other he abused i (’alifornia, and Prine Line steamers Avere ; Mavor l.tnnne and other prominent advo-'l hear by. two more alarms were turned  Former Washington Financier, Aged and Broken, Appears in Court.  S'peeial t'o 7 /ir. .Vrrc York Times.  the following day he .?"nt this ni>ly:  nmoltb'iv. N V . Aug. IS, hs»5.  Mrs. Katherine Mackay.:  Madam; Rather nstonl.^bed. I apsure y<m. l>y a note re.-elvecl from you this morning. I was not HAvare of the fn.-t that any one hi this parlrdi had written to you In relation to our uew school/und regr.'t that you were disturbed ever the fnntter. The Information you votun-teer vl/.,: that you absolutely disapprove of  lai.vt’OX TIME'S Nkav V"RK TtMES Syeelnl I'abie. I'opyriKht. 190.".  ST. PKTERBUrRG. Aug. ‘JL-To-day brought tin con\jction that the highest-Influences are at work, here as avcII as at I’ortsmouth, to bring about pc:tce. 'I'h's, added- to eptiniist;.’ Telegrams, k«’ops alive the hopes of a settlement. The Bourse to-day lespciidcd to this s.anguine tendency.  Fhe pi incipai f.actor Is ri'-cognlzed to he the peisonal negotiations betAveen Roosevtdt and the t'zar. Ambassador Meyr still 'l.'-.lines to talk fop publication, but f:-otn an ciithorita-tivo soiirce I learn that ‘he I'zar. Avhile refraining, out of hi;- high esteem for Air. Ro'tfecV'-'lt, from giving iv point-blank refusal to the Bresid’nfs informal suggesticns. non Ihe less intimated that It A\as Impos.sible fer Russia to make further concessions.  The liussian Go\i'rnmcnt remains I obdurate (o tld suggest lens bt-ied on the paynieni t»f an liKbirnity, hoAvcver disguisfd. bcir It is j'.oir' 1 IS signifi-cftnt that ihe «’zar li m »n ? -dosed, the avenue t(C rurtiier n g li-ms.  It is Avhis{>ere(l that Mr. R-oir.--vpit ha.s a dcTcrminetl all\- am 'ug the Czar's  cited Over a 40-Barrel Gusher.  Speeiiil to 'Th.' .Vicc V •»’/■ ■ n> -v TiiDGWAY. Penn. .\ng. 'J-l. NoTtlnrn Jefferson County is gi'-atly . .vcited over oil. Tavo /avcHs luive eo;ne in. t»n»'. a Ihree-barrel pnmpi r. \a;e.? ppv le d iq» b »'kinsmen, \\ i'lo are Striving h.'lrtl to eouh-daAS a.go. Slnci'. on tlie farm of Washington Kahl. a fort\ b;un> 1 gusher e.as j been struck. No preparatrniis had been i; made for sueh a st r'ike. ' ;of Í (he oil is; running f)\er the fiehls. Six  teraet'the А\;1гИке eoun.st ls.  'AV Avells  ST I’FTERSBURG. Aug.  at Delaplane,  from Washington. He spent last YYinter | •• provoked this by her langmige.”  . *    tpG    Word    'Viavo.    i.nnun-            V------   -    and Fall in Southern Califorhia, but i-e-    p.,Fuhlgg last night. " xMy reply  share of taxes, as rcpresenteu in    i    cates    of municipal oAvnership, declaring in. Chief Binns arrived in an automobile, ¡    fcAv    months    ago    and    took    qnar-'  parpcliiul schcnls of the Ho.manlr,t faith, nnl  WASHINGTON. D. ^n, a 1'mv days .cor.'s : HgU MinisP r Lamsdorff Avent b . haggard, and tot eiing n s pijsta ; opinion Is charactrrlstte. In tho . arhoots ;    q,,i,]cr    Ava \.    i    hof last nfght and discussed AAith  Aveakness Thomas L. Waggaman    vvc    teach    our    children    the    :    oounti    v in Avhich the avIIs are ’ ^  peared in court to-day to giA'C .bond for    wc    :    V    '    "    h       i    l^mpernr the eommui leation  his appearance for trii the ehai-ge of haying from a trust fund  amount of the bond wao li.-wi    Fauhfully    your?.    ■    1    p.,„      .  Mr. Waggaman said he had been llvlrg |    THOMAS    S.    Dl'llIOG.    ‘around,    and    I'artners are re.iping a bonnti- |  \'a., about thirty miles }    Rector    of    St. .John’s. j ftil haivest.    .__„    j  told a friend that he considered there  2!.-For-Í‘ererbe f rom  presentid to ’nis  Tor Мел ег yesier-  Tlic Minlst u', on the returning ti'ain.  CARRIED HIS 'i/ICTIM.  cmitlngont’ tbHt Mr. num..; had rspaawd this cause  and turned In a fourth alarm, which be-  Franchiso Tax bill.  So bitter did the anti-Jerome become take and of he hr by Fre  expects to be th** * itizens I niun * andi- ^    fulfill    your    doctrine,    ja    one-story    brick    afftilr,    Ava.s subdivided  date for e'ontrolh r. .    -    .    ,    '    you    are    .at    a    loss    to    accomplish    what    the    .    by    brick    partitions    as    a safeguard in  - Both Alessrs. t’ntting and    people    want."    '    i    case    of    fli’e. It was not long before the  tlie 0)1 5 man    audience    arose    in    indignation,    and    |    fire    ate    through the AA'alls and attacked  the cotton on all sides.  Beeing that there was 110 hope of saving  vas simply a lesson in politeness such as  lAAas still hope for- peace.  tens at Dehiplanc. ТА*av recognized bim    mur    children    in school. ; Old Man Hit by Car Rode to Police I No information as to aa hat. transpired  as he had alloAVf'd his beard to groAV, and    о    excn.se    for    her    action. If I    Station    on    Mdtorman’s    Back*  d ,?hof‘m:ik. r, Ava.? | Emperor y steniay has been given out.  ; at Ambass;i*lor Ale.ver’s audience of the  hls.n0.se was covered with a cottOn ban-I    Avant    to    contribute she could ^    *    rr,    ,  dagp on account of some affoetlon. His},; written to that effect without being! lùdAvard (,offe. an ”    m .,,-o*wUi i    -    ^    *    •    a- »  anq Ip, looked twenty i    ■    •'    <    kuorked    down    last    night    Ua    a    Metropoli-,    correspondent    of    Reuters    Tele-  offensive  beard was white,  years older than a year ago before his  financial troubles took him into bank-|    ,    ^    letter,    la    Impolite    and in | Thirty  u bus an Inaultln.* »hade, i pa.rllall.v boarded UP o„ aerouut  .    1    i'v,И-OSS    car at Sev'Uith Avenue and  rue u»e ot ,hb> "-.ord- • Uoma„(»t. «• | Off_ex, g .    tbe    -el    1»  ruplc.A’. It Avas .stati'd b.A members of the j    form.  street is  of the  argued that Jeroim-Avas    _    ...........................  who, as a candulate for Ma.''». V'n    t    if-    Ih.-re Avere shouts of "rut him out!"  feat McClellan, and th.-y insisted    |    p,-esident Crolins of Joliet caMed for or-  the Union took a fiitu    Uer    aii*!    requested    Mr.    WoodAvard    to    coii-||pp    building,    the    firemen    turned    their at-  all of the ariti-TannnanA    !    ,,y,. hi.s re.tnarks strictly to the subject    ! {pjiiion to saving tin* ndjoiniiig .sei-tlons,  compelled to    Tfrome'bufE u"t 1)0 so personal. Mr. WoodAvard, I the wharves and the .steamers.  ^Vhil6    vvou    f    Sii>    J    stnrtod    off    i11V, !    tiiir»    stDvt    of    tlic    blnzp    initll    li  morning, when the fire Avas control, the departm'-nt  family that he .suffb*red from acute heart troubles.  \Vhile neither Avoiu I ,.    -    I    again started off iacohorently. 1 p'rom the star  would    L    idenanng hlmself to he the representative j    ^orr  tlon they intimated t la    |    of 1 he wealthiest real estate and .corpora- } ^gld to be under  CAMPERS LOST IN SWAMP. „„y plaee with a capital ‘ R’ and In | b'  ---   nnother    placed- .she used a small * r.’ A j  rio difficulty on that scote.  Others Left the Meeting  Three Women and Three Children  Found After Two Days’ Search.  ESCANABA, Mich.. Aug. 24—Huddled together in an open and dry spot but a tew fi*et square in the immense Blueberry  Ition owners in'Atlanta, Ga.  i exporioneed tlie usual trouble in  that 'Swamps north of this city, thre*' women  " There , Avas just one man .who was i ,^,.[£rbborhood of a lack of water pressure.  and three children, all half starAed,. were  which  i ' lh ured people, people of intelligence. | railroad *‘x*-avations. talLi.na pc I . E    Tbp iTiotorman. John Smith, .stopped the  „■o»W not mako u»e of It. 1 bt-n In the    ™  »ho botln» the tvord Bomohi.», 1 ¡-Av,'/ Oorfo snO 1" vu» »,x.y-th.-oo  eiirs old kiad iust been released from nnother plaee(î .she used a small r. ^ i (po almshor.se, and A\as looking up hi.? pe>-son of culture and «'dueation would 1 ^ipiqi-cn, Avho were " som<‘Avh(>re in the be .»nre of the chpitallr.atlon of the word. |..-rw"    „„„.„od    by jl.e ««ry.  T oouUl not let the thInK pnas. for "o j.^tstod ' Goffo on his bark and carried seemed to me that she merited a rebuke.” I    to the Tenderloin station.  The ptirple-tlnted    Chvelope in which    j    "Get    an ambulance.  Mrs. Mackay’s letter arrived carried    a    Seigeant.  3-e*mt instyad of a    2-ceut stamp. A    2-  "onE «tamn Is red.    The 3-cent stamp    is    }    geant.    ,    *    ,    .  - nnS match«, the complexion of Sml.l. went, back l«-hle-ca.y   elope.    j    THREAT WITH A PISTOL.  irenoe H. Mackay Is a regular at-| i iiiii-rA _    ___  at St. Mary’s Roman Catholici    Lehon Demands That Central  In Roslyn, and two years ago prer  he said to the and ti-eat the old man good." " Do you Av:int me? ’’ Smith then tisked. " No, you’ve done fine.” said the Ser-  cont and sec iTvcd snri d'^tails of the meeting wen- known to the j Availing ney.spap'M- rnen Avhcn the hea<l | of the- or.ganizalion cann- out.  •• Really, tlnn-e is    nothing 1 think    of    }  that T care to say."    said    Mr. «'utting,    as    ',  he came out ami Avas asked what In-liad ,  to giV" out.    .  •• But, Mr. Untting. the or.ganlzation ,  came' out flat-footed for Jerome for  ¡Mayor, did it not    orw    que.-tioner p>;r-    ;  si.stod. Mr. I’utting    Avas    t.aken .ahaek.    ;  ‘•That might be a little strong-,’^ he re- ;  piled. gnardoillA'.  the l'or«‘inan an ith a rovolAcr if ; he (lid not stop his men from working  gram t^ompany a\ as to-:lay nuthrirlzed by Fount I.amsdorff to slate officially jind in the most formiil -manner that Russia would pay Japan no contribution. direct or indirect, and would make no cession of territory AAhate' .r.  This e\'cning the offioiaf spokesman of the Foreign Of fhe declared that under no circumstances and no disguises Avouia the principle of-Indemnity be admitted, and this decision is accepted by the Russian public as final.  It Avas declared at the Foreign. Office that Rii.ssla’s sincere desire for peace Avas manifested in the spirit of concession shoAvn by the Russian mission on the other disputed points, and that if Japan Avere Avilling to Avaive this de-niaiid, Avhich was cosisistent neither iEi the only ; Avith the honor nor the dignity of Russia, there would be no trouble in ar-not hoen torn I ranging peace. Japan's insistence on .-nlral Riilln.acl i Indemnity beins the only I,.trier to  THREE WOMEN IN A RUNAWAY • ' The building burned rapidly and was ' special train with    ^    ^    l    r   --  i    gutted    before    the    firemen arrived. Trees } them four mile.? from camp. _ All were ,    Special    to    J    he    Sezo    fork I mcs.    ^    -to-mi    shovels.  W H Crdssman, Who Sat Still,    Iiit    all    over    Staten IshiEid. The tele-j    v,„ro    ¡та    received medical atten-I taecWHTI f!nl.. Aug. 24.—The life of there Av i s .  Mrs.  th<‘ ho.sj'ltal and re-  Was the Worst Injured.  Sj^eeial to 'The .\'е:о York Times.  T.AIK’HMUNT. Aug. 2L—While driving this afternoon near tl'C AmericaiE Yacht cinl) at Rye on the Sound, Idi\s. \V. И. rrossEiian, Mrs. T'.dg ir BaE-k. and Mr.s. Irle, Avife of George E, Ide, I’resldent .of the Home Life Insurance (.’отрамУ, weze throAvn froTTE a carriage in a nuEaway accident. - The worst injured of the three  .    .    ,    ,    .brought hcE-e and received medical atten-' DENVER. (!oI.. Aug.    .    ,    „  graph and telephone wb-is were wrecked,} **    '    I    tnrlqt    was recently saved bv i She has been m  i electric lights put out. HEEd all trolley cars tion.    a    Krnn'k    D Bald-Uurned to the hen.qc a fcAv day.s .igo.  } brought to a standstill. ,    .    c* v, '        daring    of    Gen. b niiEk 1 . Ba _    *;pv    e!l    of    tiie    Muri    av    .Hill    Ho-  ^ In the last of the cEowds leaviEig South 1 npiTIQH FRIIITFk iiRRnilNn    'win, Commander of the Southwestern De . A\ - .b. * \ c i  BHIIIbM httUllth MUnUUIVU.    niviqiom    who killed a grizzly } tel says she is .-eriouslA ill.  Beach there was almost a panic. The  the termination of The Avar.  With E'cgard to a dispatch th. has been rec.Mveti Inme saying C *t M. W’ilte AAiis aAvaiting instruct.ons. the Foreign 'ifficc siiA's it is diiil.c in ' (oi-st:int I'ouiinunicatton .with M. Witte, and that he Avill be fullv abiv to go ahead on Saturday,  ; sleamsnip    joih.-'h.    ifuni* iivm oci ^ paii.» '*1    ..  ST >RM FLOOD DROWNS NINE. } maica to New York with a cargo of ba- } of Trinidad, went hunting big game^n the ;  But th.' Union a.Iopted by 80 to 17 a ■    ('rossman,    Avho    is    th.-    Avife    of    a    i    Communication    with    Trinidad,    ;    luiet.    Slie    came    ashoE-e    lo-d«iy    in    a    dense    Parker    ran    acro.ss    a    liuge    grizzly    one  nanás, is ashoi-é on tl.e beach near 'Zach’s , pintah Reservation in    Judge    :    HUSBAND    DIES    OF    POISON.  report of yoar Nomin.iling Uommittee    imivorter.    One    of    her    legs    i.s    ^  'whicli n;im''il Jerome.; .lidn’t iU’" ugaln ,    .mjffpred    internal    Injuries.  Col., Has Been Cut Off.  which she had beep sailing by : ,i,„i at close quarters fii'®d Jwo bullets  < Into it without touching a vital spot    he  : maddened beast charged upon th*' Judg*'.  Mrs. W. E._ Green and R. S. Cooper. .'iecr* tarA lance    „    ,    ,  to M Witte from Ure.s; lent  th*. Rua-  .y left for '.lagncdia nios!?agc Th Ur. .cidr.nt  special to Ihe Seio Yv ’ i PORTSMGITH. N R    A '    J*  Ti'.K Nvva    TiAii.?'-*    r, p    .<ip‘    t  Avas informed thl« a ning <*n abs -luti'lA i-elKihl* au^h .ntA *n t A us* nt nan lcd u i vis. mil  mcs sag*'  R.Miv \ U this uva ’"'g ЬеГ*-1 Stan СПА ln th"  Tge.I  M. Wi te . »    I ‘    the * '-тч  by Bar. 11 K‘ I'lma a toida\.  *v .niA' sum ‘f in »1 •  И  n.»t sp*'C.  ATnusementK. U.age ..  Arrival.“ of ( Mit-of-ToAvn Buyer.“.-"-Page BnsiiKSS Troubles. Page-.'..  * Vi-rnmerelal \\ orbi. —Pag> ....  ('ourt ('alenda rs - I'ag«'  Alarinc inttlligcn.ee and Page  New c'oi’por<.Et ions. — P eg'’  Real Est at-'.- P-'-m*' b'  Boclety.-'Page 7.  United Servil-.;,-Pag^  Weather Report - P.ige 7.  Testerday’s Fires.—i’age 2.  ter of a mile, then dashed iqi a hillside ; and overturned the ; oaiTiage. Mrs. Ide !  J‘'o;-cign Mails.-  0.  Storm's Damage in Connecticut.  and Mrs. Park leaped before th*' vehicle | _ NEW HAVEN, Aug. 24.—-Gonnecticut ■ w.'i's oA'crt.urned. and thus escaped, serious }    ,yas visited hy one of the fiercest  ¡injury, hut Me-s. (.'i-ossman remained iu ; electrical storms ot the yetir, atEd with It ' bin- seat and avus throAvn undCE-neath the ,    a doAvnpour of rain that sAvellcd  carriag«:'^ She Avas uncdnscious when help 1 vtrear.is. flooded eellars, and did groat  : ariived.    i duETiage to crops, e.specially through the  I    -       —------- Uycntral and eastern parts of the State.  !    I    Cihinnmn News    , 'riiree persons wei'e struck by lightning. * *.n.  I ,    Latest Shipping News.    u^^ FnionviUe W’llliam Shaw of Bi*>okiyn,  i AviiAed—Steamship Valdivia, Itiagua, ;    Y.,    was killed.    *  Bane.s has a chance of getting off.    lYiAT    5 I UT IFIC DV I V/U I I* , o’clock last night. The :itt. n.ling ph\ .“i  Tue steamer Bams is ■U>4 tons net and ■    _      '    'clans state Urna his d.ath Ava.? um- to  74S tons gross. She is I80 feet long. ’-’8 ; Chinese Official to Proclaim In Favor ,    uoop.    r,    a    piano    tuner,    also  feet Avlde, and 10 feet in depth. She was }    -    American    Goods.    ; {-„..nierly of N*'W Ym k ami <mlv. ston, an.l  built in April, U" at GriingOEHOuth. {    Me's. Green hav*' he* n arr*'sted. charg.'l  Bcotiand. She is vised as a fruiter. atEd ; SHANGHAI. Aug. 24.-J. L. Rodgers.    ,,.„rder.  I'uns l-o South*'!'!! ports.  The ilgent of the steamer is Daniel B ('Oil I'*roduee E.xchange Annex, New York  Mhe American Uonsul General, to-day had, They Avaived examination l..‘R.re Ju^^'i'e ».:...e -rao..i, »ho »„e h„;    'Mh.';-;bjr    iM'.?';'.i'S;off  rk ‘ liiteiT(1''iI to issue a proclamation ordering    chtnlned    bonds    ;imi    av.is    releas.'d.  ire aecme d in E. Gr» .11 bv  A tig. 20.  Steani.ship Nooi'dara, from New York for Rotterdam, Scilly.  The \Vest Я1и)гр Railroad is the $Я.<Ю line In  IH Adv.  , the Uhinose merchants of Shanghai to , The man |s In jail Jhe.v  di-i  t-ä. be  paid 1 Kii-' b'it Si i lA Eiiged the compnnaiso on half tb. Islai-i of Si.ak-halih and payment for tin \,.*’ . es in-ctin. d by Japan m b. hdf of ll) Uus-siau r-iisoners.  M. Witte ropli -1 that 1.    \    \'\  accei-L su' b ' 'iti'UEs. l'Ut he l>-,-esidenUs n s.-a.,e -'U to tb p. t‘ rhof,  Although th- ' Fresiden ’s p'*'a    "    as  out successful vuth the Hussian envoy,  net nt h t'/ar at   

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