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   New York World (Newspaper) - August 1, 1902, New York, New York                                Forecast fte Wonder Kiiy of the NEXT SUNDAYS WWrtftif 6re4st CUGtffffi Circulation Books Open to Itv the FnhlUhltlK Vcw York EARTH OPENED HILLS F Bf Circulation Books Open to Sportsmen Will Be Interested lit tN Sporting NEXT SUNDAYS NEW AUGUST In Greater Nciv York nnrt Jornoy Town of Los Alamos in California laid in Ruins by Seismic Disturbance that Transforms the Face s of the MANY PERISH IN MINE HORROR IN Twentyseven lloilicx Ilcrnvcreil mid n Hundred Entombed with No Hope of July ex plosion resulting in heavy loss of life has occurred at tho Mount Klmvbla col liery at a port forty miles from Twentyseven bodies have been recov One hundred and mlcieis but a hundred are till It Is feared they cannot be The buildings at the mouth of the pit were A part of the colliery is en jt In Greater New York nnrt Jersey b ontnldc of Greater tfoir Vork and city nnd on A VIGILANCE L PEOPLE FLEE IN FEAR vFROM FALLING Most of Them Desert the District Where 75 Shocks Have Been Rolls Like a Great Fissures Open and Springs Gush SAN July of country fifteen miles long by lour miles rent with craping fls and dotted with and knolls that sprung up during the night as If by a village in ruins and hun dreds of people fleeing for their the results of last nights carth quake In the valley of Los In the northern part of Santa Barbara During the last four days that section of country has been shaken by a series of earthquakes thatis without prece In the history of the Pacific and the continuance if the Pa of fhe isturbances fe4 arjd the Increasing severity of the shocks so terrorize the Inhabitants that leaving thedistrict as rapidly possible and evennow the village of is almost i disturbances began Sunday a shock which caused sev worth propertyIn tho village fahd the sirr rpiindlnK being more uevere arid nWedisastrous in the vlolndty of lie Western Union Oil Companys oil on the Carrlga Thl shock was followed by a number of disturbances less severe and less dls continuing through the remaln Sunday night and On Tuesday beginning at there was another series of seven all of which were Surface most revere shock of the entire occurred at oclock this Hills shaken and twisted to their foundations and the valleys and rolled like the surface of tfhe Great fissures were run deep In the and knolls appeared inlevel springs of water bubbled places that and the general topography of the valley was greatly changed in many The distunbanice no general direc ibut is known as a It was preceded by a rum Wing like of iWcih Jnareased Until the earth began to rise Bnd twist and tho ihills began to v the first warning of the ap proaejilng disaster the terrorstricken rushed Into the streets and places of safety in vacant lota and whllemany fled towrad tho neighboring BET 26 JULY DAYS WOULD BE RAINY AND WON Deverman Xow Sorry He Didnt Illn llcfore the in Tho July Is the twenty sixth rainy day of In consequence Herman superintendent for Krocihell Is while John the oldest salesman at Peacocks jewelry Is Devcrman having bet Schatib that there would be twentysix rainy days Mils Deverman Is now waiting for Emmett a superintendent at Warner who is to hand over the Who told mo it was going to rain twentysix days said I have in old friend who gets a revelation from the stars Wllllmm who lives at Dlversey Boulevard and Sheffield gavj Deverman his The latter says he Is sorry he dklnt visit Metzger before the COLLISION INWARD OF GRAND Trains Crushed Together In Cnt mid Two CtllH Were Two cars attached to trains being made up in the New York Central cut at Fortynlhth street and Park avenue came together last evening with a crash which could be for blocks and caused an excited to The cars were empty no one was Tho accident is said by the police to Establish Permanent Body for Their Defense Whose First Object Is the Punish ment of Those Responsible for the Indiscriminate Club bing at Rabbi Josephs GATHER TO DENOUNCE Mayor Low Demands an Explanation from Commissioner and Inspector Cross Makes a Prelimi nary Report Absolving the Police Meeting at Cooper Union have been caused by a misplaced Employeesof the road refused to crewcleared the tfacicq In about two and during that tlmn Incoming trains were switched over to 7The first vibrations were similar to the preceding indirection and they were Immediately fol by most terrific shock over in this section of the i People Thrown The earth trembled and rolled until Imposjlblefor people to terrorstricken inhabitants ptrouchd together or wore thrown that the earth beneath them open and swallow Tn9 ferrpr inspired by the rumbling of tne earth ln by the sound of falling bulld Qj save some Idea of the de tlvat was the most serious shocks had and the rumbling sounds had r the people gathered In groups and FOOTSORE AND xiiccteil it lint Wore Ar restcil an Special loTIio July and William MaWoy and his reached Washington to having travelled from In the belief that a pension awaited them Malloy ils a civil war They started with three horses arid a but the horses died and the Journey was contlntted on They had spent their last cent when the only to learn that MoHoys claim for a pension had not been With starvation facing them the hus band and wife started out to hunt em The weak from lack of asked for a cup of antl the couple wero arrested as When thelrstory told how they were and with tha and ot tho Prisoners Aid Society thty started back for rulns of Continued nn Second Page ind 7 i b Ikirntirokan tf ij 7 7 1Unoi ftiiit 7 1rofeliluual bltuatloat 6 IliiobDM and d HE NEVER ASKED THE Orniid Duke Dnemit Know Whether Emperor Special to Tim SAN July Grand Duke cousin of the arrived from Japan today on tho steamer I am a long way from the said he in answer to a and I sincerely it will never como to me totake the I can get along very visit hero Is elmply for pleasure and no political or com mercial I know nothing about regard to the pol icy of the Government I know no more than you Your vthe is friend ly to this Goyernrnent was I never asked and the Grand Duke laughed The attack upon the mourners at the funeral of Chief Habb on Wed and the clubbing by police of hundreds of unoffending Hebrews which resulted yestorday In the for mation of theEast Side Vigilance1 Com V This Is to be a permanent organization first to procure the punishment of those for Wednesdays but mainly to insure protec tion against police persecution In the when a Hebrew has just cauae for complain against the Vigilance Committee will supply him with see that arc and1 iprbtecrhlnvfromtbtf intimidation frequently practised when a complainant stood Broadway merchants will subscribe ns a starter for tho A committee was appointed to gather evidence of unprovoked police clubbing in thn recent This evidence will be turned over to the Law Committee of the new and energetic prose cutions will A attended by persons was held last at which the police were denounced for Another will bo held this evening at Cooper Joseph Barondess will be among tho A complaint bureau has been opened by the Jewish Dally and it is ex pected that fully 250 witnesses will be obtained from this Mayor Low yesterday demanded from Polico Commissioner Partridge a full re port on Wednesdays Inspector Cross In a preliminary report to the Commissioner absolved the police from Low yesterday wrote to Police Commissioner Partridge requiring Him to make a thorough report of the occur rences of His letter Is as follows John Polico Sir I you to make a caroful re NATIONAL GUARD OFFICERS COMMANDING THE PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA SENT TO ShENANDOAH TO PREVENT Leaders Fear Coal Will Reopen Their Mines and Telegraph Stone that They Can Control the PRESIDENT MITCHELL NOW Two Militiamen Attacked on Way to Join Their Guard Shot from Killed the and Another Is in in Dangerous of the Mob fPOLICETlD OEGBEI r Woman Accused of Shooting Hus band Made Hopelessly Her Friend Also HE SLEPT OVER 3 lionar Nap Which Clime from Inif on Cnr Special to Tho KANSAS July of 3214 East Twelfth this fell April 26 In and after ho had slept ten days was brought where physicians have just succeeded In awakening The doctors theory was that by sleep port to mo on the disturbance yesterday of Rabbi Such an Incident Is discreditable to our and I want to be fully Informed as to the origin of so as to be If to see that those who are responsible for it properly dealt SETH In tho mean time leading Hebrew resi dents were not The East Side Vigilance Committee was formed at a largely attended meeting of business lawyers and storekeepers of tho east held In the Educational Alliance at Jefferson street and East Julius Hal of 250 East pre and some of the vicepresidents were Leon of 62 El drldge street of 203 East and Maurice Fish of 207 In a speech said We must effect a permanent organi zation to protect our brethren In tho city from brutalities on the part of the The action of Hoes employees Is nothing compared to the brutal out rage on the part of the members of the Instead of protecting the mourn ers who were praying In the and who were filled with sincere grief Ojn the death of their rabbi the police treated them as loafers and and without a word proceeded to club them with their night Special to Tho July Elizabeth the former who Is indictment for the of her Jacob in his office in William street on inn night oC June Is now a raving a vic tim of the police Jthlrd Shn was committed to the Buffalo State In sane Asylum this afternoon by Judgo Emery In the County on the recommendation of five experts who examined her yesterday and declared she hopelessly The third degree was worked on while she was locked up at Police Station 3 tho day follow ing the ihootlnj of She IB Officials of the Miners on Suit of a New York Coal Prohibited from Incit ing Employees at West Virginia Collieries to Houses of Two of the Men Found Full of Goods that Police Declare Was sajd to have been treated In a frightful manner on that occasion by the police and two representatives of the District Attorneys Since then her mind ivas been Thomas a close friend of regarded as the States most Important witness In the Meyer shooting has also become In The coupling of her name with case by tine police and DistrictAt torneys office caused her to lose her and yesterday she was com mitted to the Insane SPRING GUN UNDID Hemiculiil Younw Man in Jail Ancanecl oC JIuiiy July By the use of a spring gun a local mill Is to have trapped tho of a series of robberies which havo been going on In this town and vicinity for Clarence hitherto one of the most respected man In this Is under charged with the and at It Is a large quantity of stolen prop erty was Announcement was made morning ing on car which he frequently Leavltt dislocated theend of the so that while the artery took blood Into the It was not carried back by the vein on the other This produced a stagnant condition of the blood in the causing sleep kneading the so as to give the vein room to tha Wood along Leavltt was gradually until POW he has freen yholly awakened OF Meetings Are but Police Are Careful to 4void Twenty thousand Indignant Hebratyi gathered In tho vicinity of Grand and Clinton last night tQ protest against B Hoe Inspector this week that Adams had been waylaid and The night before Watermans spring loaded with 6 bad When It became that 6 shot was removed from Adamss suspicion was aroused and the arrest Adams wna not seriously Good Time To UK to Corner 1arlt wash suits VeneUan July President John of the United Mine together with other of have now been A bill in equity was filed In tho Fed eral court hero by tho Chesa peake and Ohio Coal Agency a Now Jersey corporation which has its principal odkcs In New In which fifty the Chesapeake and Ohio Hallway John Car Ulclmrds and about 160 mem bers of thn United Mine Workers of America urn made Tihe bill sots up that the complainant is engaged In selling coal and coke and has a contract for the output of the collieries ami a contract wltih the railroad company for of tho coal purchased that tho coal Is resold by the complainant under contracts to manufacturing con cerns ami to the United States Govern ment fuel on naval It alleges further that because of strike In the coal field the coal compan les have failed to live up to their con tracts that theere exists a secret or ganlzatlon known as tho United Mlti Workers of of which Johi Mitchell Is President and Wllsoi is under the orders of whid the union men employed In the mine havequit w ork and In addition thereti assemble In marches and meetings am so conduct themselves as to ImimidaU employees of the various companies The bill says also that the defendan occupy tenementhouses of the various companies and fall and refuse to vacate them at the request of the coal Companies owning This bin was presented to Judge Kel ler and he Issuod a temporary order restraining and prohibiting Mitch ell and the others from in any way in terfering with the operation of the either by threats or in timidation used to prevent the em ployees of the mines from going to or from the oillterles and coko or from engaging in mining In the mines or laboring at the coke The purpose of this restraining Judge Kellur Is to prevent unlaw ful combinations or conspiracies and to restrain all of the defendants engaged In the promotion of siren unlawful com binations and and all other from entering upon the proper ties of the coal companies and from In any way Interfering with the employees of the coal or from In any manner unlawfully Inciting persons who are engaged In waning the mines or cpke ovens to cease and from unlawfully preventing persons who desire to work from entering Ijito the services for the coal JSie motion for permanent injunc tion Is set down for hearing at Charles ton on The Court appears to tave taken no cognizance of request to have the companies have never been ablo to find Juries that will bring In virdlcts for The efforts la made In this nuw to have the Federal court take cognizance of tho alleged unlawful oc cupancy of those tenementhouses that It may Issue mich mandates as may be necessary to force the strikers to TRICK HIT THREE l to Tlio defendant coal companies force the de ul the tene city and Iron ton and Htuitington wore in darkness last night and sired cars stoodIdly on tho tracks while tho entire fordo of ompMyoes pantlcnlly searched for two little springs that had been taken from an The Interstate Hallway Company from Its plants here furnishes tho current for lighting the three Its dynamos are driven by a gigantic engine built by tlie Buckeye engine company of A dIsputo has arisen over the terms of payment for the engine and last night the machine suddenly as did hundreds of cars on the lines in Kentucky andWest Examination of the engine showed that two small springs wero After a long they were found In a vacant An asent for the Buck eye Company admitted taht ho had taken the saying he had acted on Instructions from his SUICIDE ON CHILDS Mnllitrl Daily to Cemetery 10 u a with a Uave of Gertrude of 333 lam Thirtyninth committed suicide yesterday with carbolic She died on the grave of her fiveyearold daugh two months was burlud n Linden Hill Island The mother made dally visits to the As usual yesterday she visited he and was last seen weep ng at the side of the little Late n the afternoon shei was fpund lying Itcless with a which contained ho acid by her to July of the West Shore wlHi the assistance nf tho local has unearthed the most elaborate system of freight stealing ever heard of by thn officers of the For more than a year the company has suffcreil from but so cleverly have tho thieves onoraUd that no clue to their Identity could As a of recant eight employees of company are In Jail hero charged with burglary and lar Tho accused men are ifnrry a car Alexander freight handler Harry railroad clerk Arthur trainman Isaac brakoman Michael brakoman Philip and John Doylo AJ1 reside In this Other warrants have biwn Smith at first denied but later Hefnre ho had done a search of his house had been made and a large ciuantlty stolen goods was Tho booty Included re peating one hundred poundM of large quantities of shoes hats trousers silverware canned and bottled goods and Duwson and Torwiillger were both very Indignant when accused and threatened TJicy mid Dean pleaded not guilty when Odell and Smith plead ed guilty and the others have not been A search of DawsonH home revealed n large quantity nf goods said to have been These Included two kegs of gunpowder and a Tho railroad officials nay that the men broke the seals on cars and opened the packages of Only lt of the cjiucnts was The lids would thn bo restored In good new seals would bo put on the cars and tho pack ages sent on to their When tho losses wero discovered the fault was placed on the shipper and not on the DrovriKMl Struck Gold Vy be Special to no Is said to have been discovered n according to M to July Anna n Worcester school and Jean of were drowned In tho undertow wihllo bathing here Miss Christian of had a narrow escape from shar ing their he Jie Oolorudo m omcagg u only day cblcigo tad July despatch to the Central Ncw3 from Ilome suys num ber of Anarchists were arrested there yesterday ana Tho prisoners are said to ihaye Ijaen In correspondence with comrades In tracki ul New York you Special to Tho July State have restored law and order here the wihlch during the week were controlled by riotous are as quiet today u on n Not another act of violence has oc curred In the town since the conclusion of the riot last but near It i soldiers were attached on their way to join their and one coal was shot from Tho arrival of the troops here marked by the gathering of curious crowds wihlch lined the but neither cheered por They were Impressed byithcslght of the forms and were ready and1 quick to cbey the order to move The strike haye appealedto Stone to remove the de claring that they have thalr in but havo been Informed that the conditions demand the The quartered on a hill looking the are ready to start for any place where they are f Martial law has not been i and will not be unless there Is further j The Is that the by tfif presence of the have had their fill of violence will be At their homes the wounded police and strikers with two doing Joseph tjio hard ware merchant who ran to the aid of his Deputy Sheriff Thomas Bcd died at 10 oclock tonight at Miners Hospital at Policeman who was severely also In a dangerous f Sixteen At their homes sixteen of the rioter are having tho attention of It Is believed that many slightly have not called There was a report that some of wounded strikers had but the police have unable to flnd Two arrests have been Peter Shomas and Joseph with bullet wounds In their bodies walked olghteeh miles to the Potjavlllo were arrested there after their ivounds were dressed and are now In The police force here was com pletely knocked out All of the six policemen are nqw hors dta com bat and no substitutes have ap Tho arrival of the troops was as enr pedltlous a move as the State has ever Tho orders were issued at at Harrlsburg and at 030 commanding the alighted In this tovvn with four companies of the Eighth Regiment an one conjpany of the Fourth at his Before noon all but three companies and tho Governors Troop ere At 2 oclock the full of men arrived and The artillery of the Third battery of three one tery of six Gatllngs and one battery at six Colt automatic guns is ready to sor the summons to the wjjj not be called unless Hie Ninth and Thirteenth stationed at Wllkesaarre and It has been decided to keep at hdme In tho event of trouble breaking out If needed here they can reach the In a few In Ing tho said One Soldier It is my intention to cooperate wlttj the civil I do not believe In declaring martial and will not do so unless there Is further So far there have been two upon eaoh at Olulr early thJa morning while tile enen on way alone to join their of K Eighth was knoocked doown savuggjy and o jt Eighth two but thrashed both away flere and there has io   

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