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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 26, 1916, Wellsville, New York                                 V--  Wwterft New Yörk-rDtqfetdeirfttormii thl« afternoon or tonight. Thura'day partly cloudy.  fM  WÇDNWA^ jütv «e, i»ie.  ^IfiiiiJMd'i ilfWf ftotigli CxoSnglTV Ftaaefaitei Wilh Ute Auoçùiwd Pmt i^d IhrAm^iftii ^mm iUfoototkm  Maud Cmnliats.  imswiouw  RuMklàh« «Continu« to Make Progresa ---Atp»hT8t "llí«nréüí0rnc Tn ' t he  Voljiyni« DI»trlct, Driving Their ' WRr>^cro68 the Slqnevke River. ' Turks Flee Before Slav«.  London, July ' 26.—Fierce» fighting Is BtUl going on between the BritUh - Ùinict'i[}erinan.s In thè Somme r>gioii of  i^jijcè, the men In their endeavors to press fojrward or to hold back at-. tacka £requ«>htly engaging In hand-to-hand comi>at8.  The Dritlph are tenacioiwly holding to the portion» of the vilK^ of Po-ziereB, from which they dr<J|^hc Oer mans, and with their urtiliery fire have repulsed there an attejnpt by -1 be • Oe^-maiV' in fantry-to-r^^JiA I » - possesi Hipn of the northeast portion of the  village. ■............... r-*  , „^..CflilRV JR-revalUk..»».. Erencfek. Jiiront^  Calm has prevailed on the French section of the front in the Somme region. In fact, except for a violent bombardment of La Faufee, northeast of Verdun, Paris reports there has been no important action on the en tlr^ Fteneli tròni...........'  gresa against the Teutonic nllios in the Volhynia dlRtrict, driving their uien across the Slonevke river, despite the fire of the Teutons. One thousand pri-sonera and four cannon and five machine Rvms, -which iat^r were used a^iainst the Au.striana and Germana, were taken in, thS.s region by the IlusHiana.  Berlin admits iha' ptmetration by tiro Russians of part of General von LiniiiniieniH^ firtrt-llne-trinrcliés lif Wr _hmlft,____________________ _____  ________________  ' trIanH at fi,^|;eral points attacked tne Russian cavalry operating against them^ bttt Petrograd says they were everywhere repulsed. ll Turks Flee Before Russians.  The drive of the Turks in Armenia la still going on, and, with the Ru.s-sians on their heels, the Turk.H are fleeing, abandoning gun.s hnd anutmni-tion along the mid.slde. The RuiJaians have thrown their advance gyards to within 10 mile-H of ilzerum, in Central .1 Armonia,-and the Turku thrre arA-declared unofficially to be preparing to withdraw from thl.s fortified town to a ..........nevr bas^e'at SIvas, ISiT miTés to the  ..■.-r.r.-U ^'^fh..................... ' -  ians report the capture by their troops of Monte CImone, in the Posina-As-tico Bcctor, a further advance in the Monte Chiesa recrion and the repulse of counter attacks on trenches they had captured near Sasera and Zebio, on the "Atìiago plateau.  A  Ti - --f?  ALASKA SENDS $50,000,000  Sales to United Slates-ln Fi«cal'Y«ar Double the Average.  WAshlngton; July 26. — Alaskan sales to the United State's in the last fiscal year aggregated ' $r>0.0u0,0(j0, double the annual average since iyi2. The chief feature of the year, according to an analysis by the bureau of foreign and domctUic 'commerce, was . thCinHe of copper to first place among Alaska's exports, supplanting salmon and'gold.  ,,, i^Sj^P®''» obiS'po^  is ionr times the average for the 'threo" Receding years and exceeds the combined copper imports of the Unit ed ^tdteg from Chile, Cuba, Canadli imi r-lteatteoF;^^^ source« of supply.  Canfted salmon exports amounted tc ,216,000,000 pounds, valued at fl8,333, 000. Gold shipped to the United States amounfetf to $16.200.000, or 11,000,000 more tliin the total for 1915.  Jgaiiist onÄtfoo!!.: :  Boston, July 26.—Dr. WlHrid E: Ilisr-riB, who was shot lafit Tuesday wêtîftf WDí. Eldrldge ÂWôodLVdëà^^^^ "wifè~wâ8 wííKISIrñ ât the end. • • The i>olicè aiinouifced flic» charge SpiJJìM  from a.sMault to first degree murder.  Dr. Harris failed to rally from the stato of coma into "whjch he lapsed Tuesday night. He made no statement bearifig on the "daiie, according to the police. An autopsy w^ill bo held today.  An extra guard has been. placed over Dr. Atwood as a result of his display of extreme nrrvousnesa, the first he lias shown since his arre.st. He was not told of Dr. HarrLs' death last night. TIip poHce pay he would be formally charged with first dearer? murder today.  CONSCIENCE FUND GROWS  Total of $54,923.05 Received by Fed  eral Treasury In a Year, ---WfiHhiRiffonvnly sff.'^eoTtirib1ItKma^ to the treasury "conscience fund" for the fiscal year ending Juno 30 amount. .=>d to $54,923.05, making a total of 1498,763.54 returned by per.sons whose con.sciences were uneasy over frauds against the gpyernnient. ' FiguresJc^ Tepareinent show the returns wtTc much,liirger during the past year than ever before, chieily" because of two unusual contributions, one of |30,000 and one for $10,000.  It was in 1811 that the first $5 came with a letter' saying that the writer had taken that amount from tlie gov ernment. The money was turntd into the treasury, and, although actually there never has been a separate con .■íclencé _fund, njcordj? of_all .such, con tfibutlons have been kept.  AtJs_ftn unwritten law of thc_dei>art  mWEreiNBEMNED SlAYERr TRIES TO DIE  Guts His Chest lii Sliape of Gross With Glass.  m^ftt-t-hftt-fio- -et fort- fibali- taf^mari learn the identity of conscience-strick en contributors, and even In cases whero the writer haj^ -twnfiî.'-Hetl—to theft from the government, tho money ha.H been accepted and no. effort n)n<h to proiieputc. Prom ISll until 1H27 there were no reeeipts. Since then except for 1818. not a year has pass ed without amounts, hirge or énuill coming in.  TO SCATTER, $1,25p,aOÖ  Thousands Will Share In Trust Fund Left by-Hetty Green.  Ne\v York, July 2ti.—TJ.i«'. desccnd-  father of the late Airs. Hetty Gri--«.'ii, will participate in the disXribution of appro.\imately ?1,250,000, it was an-nouncwi last night by Frank II. Washburn, counsel for some, of the several thousand heirs.  Mrs.-Green was trustee" of'a'fund bequeathed to her by her aunt, Miss Sylvia Howland, grandaiighter of Gid? eon Howland, with the provision that upon Mrs. Green's death the fuud -ehould - be distributed-amon>r~tHe sccndants of Gideon Howland, Mr, Washburn said he had been informed that the ropresentutives of the o.-.t:it» of Mrs. GriK'n would not contest tht right of the Howland heirs to receive the fund.  The trui^teps of the Howland fund, he said, wili'fiir tneir aecount in Mas-eachusetts and under order of- the court the money will bo diiitrihiited to those--furnj.>hlng proof of their relationship to Gideon: ITowland:  hospit:il,'but ho steadfastly declined to nnswrr nurrtlon?;. The prî.Mon au-  Sf^jr Lightning Kills Farmer.  —Zaneafille, O,, Jui^ 26. YalLey  fê "htîT compalitdw^siaw a greaFbïack .fin  while «t irork in a hay field by a bolt of lightaitt« irom-a olear sky. There was no storm within 20 miles of Dick-erson's itarm.  Pills Deadly for Child.  Vineland. N. J.. July 26 -The threfr - -year^M'-di^HghtiT of Charlt^-Sa^ui netti," a'prosperbua farmer, fonnd sonit ■ 'Strychnine pills tntend«d"f(»r- hjer filth ^ er, and taking lour of them ,dled vrithin an hoOT.  Will Open Hudson Bay.  Ottawa, Ont., July 26.—-The department of marine is preparing for tlie immediate opening of navigation ot Hudson bay an4 the straits. Construe' tion supplier are on Its way for W lighthon.se», 10 In the straits and tiro at Port Nelson.  SHARK BiTE^ DRUM FISH  Anglers Scared as Man-Eater FoIlow> Boat.  ^^^ MniVilTéV K^ J.. July 26.—ThoT:irst man-eating shark rrported to havo been seen in Delaware bay appoaretl when Arthur Crosby of West M ill ville and three friend's in a .small motor-boat were fishing off Egg Island. One drum fish had been landed and a second had been brought to the surface, and as Crosby leaned over the side of the boat to catch the drum'.'; gllln  20 feet awayand fast approaching tho boat. - They - shoutfd, and as Crosby fell backward into the boat the monster turned on its side and  Wt the ^rum in-half. ^ - ..... •'- ;;  . 'The launch was at once lu^Vd'ei foV the mouth of Maurice rí^er and th« Rhark. foUo^^ed ln_ Its wake for two mif?if: "Two' Other" j^ftniPiT-of^l^hc^^^ men repui;r having seen the shark.  Tabbing Ihe Gasoline. ........  Lincoln, Neb., July 26.—Heginning yesterday", all Nebraska' dealers not announcing on containers the specillc gravity of gasoline will be vigorously prosecuted, according to State Pure Pood Commissioner Harman, The enforcement of this law, which has been on the statute books three years, will considerably affect the quality ot the gasoline, it is naid.  IsHaltsit  AtrTOfS''irii¥rXnf of the 12 Meh  Trapped In Tiinnel Are Alive Has Been Abandoned —> Four Invcistlga-tion« Will Be Started Today—Eight InjUrcur Wen Will ^l^ccover.  Cleveland, July 26.—Federal ofliclalg investigating the water works tunnel  d.luaster which ct>at 22 lives, latç. Tues,- V îi k. .:l>.ut. .overruled...Üie -dcnlsioa -ot day afternoon ordered all attempt»  Photo hy Ainvriuan PrcBS AsKoclatlon.  r*ach the bodies of 12 men Ipiprlaon ed In the tuuncfiaibandonod itntü some timo today.  This action was taken because tests of the gas .-in tho. tunnel through which the resouer.% -had to pas.s, show ed it is highly explosive aivd the of ilcial-s teased another explosion. An - W411--J343--  gatr BO work of re.-^cue may prugVe.w.  Abandon Hope for Trapped Men.  trai'ped in the tunnel arc allvo has bei>n abandiined. Ten bo.lies, those of members of two rescue' parties which tried jo^ nach tho doonied men but thcnifc'eTyc? succumbed to the deadly  Sing Sing PrI,«;on, July 26. — ijt. A rth UP  ■ita», arc te'-ifag- moraran.--- Thi^ »1 Kb 1 l»-; "inrrTl™Tmm",''Tl1"ft"mrm'ïïers 'of tho rïis" cue parHes, will recover.  Four invertigations -- city, county, state und frdeial-- will be started today to dett rmlne tho- cause of tho gas explosion near the five-near crib end of _tlio iunuel Tuesday which cntombf'd 12 ittcn nnd released the ga4j which overeai;;e the two r«^scue par ties. Lark <;f .•^rifily devicf^s, such as gas heluK ts a:ut pu!n';otors at tho cr'.b and ¡ Imre und.-^ of the lO.OOO-foot  Frantic efforts of Gustav c:. Van Duzen, ¡^iii r ri n t o nò en t of. walerwor ka  tist, awaiting electrcution here "for the murder of his father-in-law, j;ohn E. Pock of Grand Rapids, Mich, was  foimd-fn-hÎTî cc}hitrthí»-^'deathr-htmíTC^--- -^«f^ h^hn.-H or pulmnfor?» resulted In  l.'isl night bleeding from a wound on his chfi-t made in tho shape of a ero.-s. The prisoner had eut himself with a pi(ce of broken gla.ss. ,  IIow Walte got possf-ssion of the gl.iss could not be explained. It Is {vroi'Uineti that when he was ta]:en out for exprci.-^e in the courtyard he picked it up when tho vigilance of hi.T puard'w.'is rolaxcd, and roTicealed' it until he returned to hi« cell.  Wait" n.mo.ved t{> tjie prls.on.  kill himsi'ir he would havo InflicffMl the wound elsewhere than on his chest. '  The injury Is not seriouf^. A strict watch will bf; kept on Waitc when ho returns to the death houso. ..........  parliament Ducks Irfsh Problem.  London. July 26—Parliament managed to steer clear' of the prickly trtsh "proTnem",' exc'r-pF for'a"PÌairrTÌént by I'rciiiier A.-iquitli to 4he effeet that the p-irts of tli'i home rnlo ncrrecnifnt approved by Jchn Redmond, Xation-ali-^t li-adf-r, and .Sir Edward Car«on. TTnionist hader in ITlster, would be. piibli^ht'd as soon possible.- an'l that if tlif-re wrt.-< n penerai de'itre ori the part of tho^house, thi* premier would off^r faellitie.'; for nnother di.-^ rufc=sfon of the hfime rule que-tion. The ffplinc l.int- Rlrht more favor-abie to an .acTf'emf-nt uithTi\nit»tv beitìr.'  Mr, Ro'lmond and Sir Kdward f'arfion in harmony mran.=! will be found ttT overcoTTWP^ objectionF from other quarters.  construction, and the rnoiTibers of tho two rf ^•tnle partiei-.tP i^-'ach the men imprisoiu'd by the explosifn without  the increase in the death list.  Ypstf-rd.'jv aifernoou a third rescue party rquipped with safety device.« entered the tunnel and rocpvered the re.«puer.«, 10 of whoTu wt-re dead. Van Duzen was among the rescucrs who were revived.  U, S. Experts Help Rescue.  Headed by D.. J. .liiirkej .ami, L. M. Jones of the T.'nlted States bureau ot mines, who arriv(>d ht^e from Pitt.s-burg .with the mine „re^cuje. car,..the third party of rescuem penetrated 200 fet't into the wreek(!d tunnel frcnn the  ♦.wo experts, i.nd even equipped a," tiiey wero with the pas helmets, they found diíHculty In making their way, HO heavy was the gas.  Tjiey found the force of the explo-_ -Ftnn''híí<r'rnrñ"Tir Uu s'nìall car tracks on the bottom of the tunnel and had twisted air and conduit pipes. With their safety lanterns they could see at the far end of tho tunnel that a large cavo-ln hatl-occurred.  \ l'uiiiifiLir  "m  Alboniv July sn.-^lVe reaipiwrtteh-mt'nt not Of tlie liVlG Legi«latiiro wan InyajjíJfttod hy-tîro iCotíft" öT " Appeals today in an opinion dwjàring tho-leg-í^lailobL.«. .íluácímia.Uut4í»ii«l í antü - voWÍ'' As Govcí-nor Whltmiui ia undoratood lOjbe op))o»ed \x) <?alllng nn fvxtra se»  iïiTm"-T(rTîïffT;ëKî5î5r5m to ortn*!t a r&-" apportloiiment art that will stand the  .j^^.tlons iWordiui In  test of tho oourAfi, the fall probably will he conducted ní^rording  to tlie a]>j>ortlonm*>nt previously forer».  The court hoNls that tho lOK» ròap-l-oi tionment act la unconstitutional so far as It nrpüo« to the county of New  tahllshment of r.l, Senatorial di«trÍct.H Is^ unrohstltutlonal.  ";rhe Intention oT the peojde," the court says, "to limit by Con.stltutlon the number of iSenator»-to fifty is ex-jire.sstnl in language that cannot be mlsunderstoofl, as follows: 'Tho lionate shall aStia.vy ho composo.!' of fifty îiJLfiiîiberaJl—;xiuiL.2UuitaÜ¿ív444K>-w~ rvnr Kîîhjpoted to f-te exception «lated, therein. It Is provided that if any  at the -time of any fipportlonnvent If entitled on the ratio prescribed 'to an additional Senator or Senat.iirH, .Ruch additional Senator or Senators shall he .tsiven to such county in addition to  tfì t!iat extent. * * We do not think  öarrr ont. .v lt te oxiïrëssly j^Vî  tlmt the-íHstriiTts shäll bé 'aa comípact m prajc'tleable. Thi» permit« <A a «on fttdor.itlon Jp good falfh. òf «xjfíttwg }ÎBei«i-tb)ïogràphy, iñóans'of traná^forta.  "We do not Intend b>s this -to  liold that it is not. iwsflblo for the court« at anytime to set aside tt»^ of apporiJonment In t»ttrt «ad W biiik tain lt|dn part.' Comjrftefttîo»»« mlÄlit arise by Rettin« ááide the ap-Ijortlonmont nnder CfongiiJlßrfttldn the county ot Now York, cir tn thé counties of Ne-w Yorkjmé 4íu»tftlnlng a »!n «thor cotrirtiwTrt^to^ -lljat- eoniwel _h$ve inptcttd -of flfty.j^greert that~nîé"ftcreitîtër be «ustaiíied of s«t aside a« a "wtiole.  TJjo order of the Appellafc l>ivision sliould be reverted and the niïjrortion rnent art of dodarerr mtirottsütitu tionál and void. Knies« the Loglfl".«  . n.ir.J- a nn  pf li n '■ 'wH-oí ■ vM  More New «eventi'{»«i^\ >  lit sute Outelde of New York CHy,.-«lirgeoii Advi»«w New'Verk Prnm^ I me« to Keep theíií à» :  Höme. ■ > . ■  N«w York. July  poHsiblei Ük^ «preadíng of Utftattífr ^ paralysis t<rT;ttrei'itiirTö^rö8liggir oí Kfrw York, were Bt^onfthiefiigd an order was itsued that m cWt^' If years old or under pertBiiU«d to ; leave - Neir Yortt «rllbôiit ; certi»' :. cato froz^ th« federal-«ûrgiêôRsV  t—^r-n-^-yrrrr  'TiTc-ír-T  BRITISH MAKE GIPTURE  that the Constitution was violatf'd In lividing the state Into .'il Senate districts,  Concorninii the, alleged violation of IJie ..CoJiatltution-ln- Uic Senatorial portlonmnnt. In the county of New York, the court holds that tho reap-fiortionment art does not meet the re-fluirement that <-it,y idocks which from their location may bo Included in Pltlir^T 'T)T "rw(Y "Tltfftrim Ko-^m^-ltn  plai-ed OS to make ther'o distrlets. most nearly, equal in nurobor-of-inha;b^antjh  excluding aliens.  The opinion declares that by constitutional ijrrovislon a town and bloci^ arc oarh ma-de a unit of r>opnlatlcm for the puriio.'ie at determining fjr/uaHtj in -the ttumiier of inhaiJltaiitS lii Senate. districts. It cites Instances in the New Yorli C^ounty Senatorial reai»^ }>nrticnment where there are blocks on the lino-ibi-'tWeen -Spnatorial dis trjrt.s containing a le^s nunyi)er of In ¡-.aliitants tiian one-half of tho differ-jince 1)t;UvGt>n tho pojiulntion of the lijaocnt Senate districts.  "It i.s .said," tho ojdnion stfiteji. "that theti.s-diffftr^nce» arl.se- from -inatH'erf-c'n(;o a«d ralstakfi and Xhat-thfty.-ar« iJiKli-t ..,LhjiL_thej:._a,liauld.Jiii!...dlia:iig»tdiML  provision is  High Wages Not High Enough.  Paui.-iboro, N. J., July 2G. — More than 300 workmen, including lead burners, carpenter.^, Iron workers and laborers, went out on strike, at the Harrison Brother.^ Paint company's new. plant here, because of refusal of an increase in wa.ges. The , lead burners are receiving $10 a day and  they want Carpenters a receiv. ing $6 and waiii  workers and laborers are after 51 increase.  WEATHER EVERYWHERE. 1  ...........I  "OMiTvatjtma «{-líqUed. i j  wçather burrau taken iit 8_ p. .m. 3.1 1 ye^terdaj foUowi _ " ' Teinp!  New York ...  Albany -----  Boston .....  Uuffalo. .....  Chicago______  î:1 Pa.-^o .... St. l.oitis ... New Orleans ishington , Pittsburg ...  ,70< 74 76 T3 84 »2 î>0 82 7fi 7ft  Weather liain ItaIn Cloudiy Cloiidy Clear Fair Clear Fair Fair Clear  ■H-ï^-î-f-H-1-M-M-l -tM-hH 111-M  HOT IRON CURES ANTHftAX  fllyerhead, L. I., Doctor Uses Heroic Treatment on Victim. Rlverhead, L. L, July 26.~Dr. Allen G. Terrell here prononnced" a.s curt-»! a well developed .case Of anthrax which had ¿riven grav»' concern to the local health authorities.  Alexander Waupenskl -vii^ited HF>r.-  T'erreirs otlife recently. i^ufrerih^Trom ^■^at" aW^eTerl bed as' a n  aggravated of-th«- diveaKe. The  patient had little exp«'Ctation of living. ,The UMe of serum had faibyl in the cafie of ex-Judge George F. Stock-  RecolhHjting that a brother practitioner, Dr. John H. Rcnjaraln, was in possession cf an old-fashlioned cautejr-izlng iron. Dr. Terrell borrowed it.  "Tlie remedy was a liarsh one,- but the exlconries of the case warranted its Ui^e," df-claretl the doctor. J'l cauterized the postuk's. repeating the operation three times, and the patient J£sponded nicely— tg^-ibe . treatments  that the Constitutional mandatory,"  The court refuses to set aside thr ai':»ortionment by reason of laclî of  (ITiy Aasoclated Press) _ _  Pozlerës has been romipletely captur ed by the Hritish, tlie war ofllte an îîounces, A ptatoment says, ' tho whole village of Poziero«! . 1« now in our hands. We»t of-the vllîi»gp our ter ritorial troops ma-'io a fiirther ad  examlsAtloa hy federal surffeofis.  Dr. Charle« £3, Bank«, »««tle^ ttOf. oral surgeon here, advised htmfii^^ df families in New Y6r)( to kei^ children at home, fife night there waft little ditngerr vanee and jHured twtr strong triihrH-I rrvtrr, if chItdrPli »leafIn«' ifew" ToiPii.  es and prisoner«» Including five oflfl-cer» Klsewherft' in the battle front there 1« no change." Pozieres gives the Rritish domination of the highest point overlooking the plateau on which the Oer-  THüItS0ATWdOÑaÉS88  senate  IMet ot 10 A. W. ^ ^  Senator .Martine's resolution requesting clemency for Roger Case mejit referred to Foredgn Relations Committee.  iResumed dobato on army appropriation bill.  Agreed to conference report on |)lll to e??tai)llsh national park on l.slan<|s of Hawaii and lAiauì.  Recessed at 6:26 p. m, until iDli. lii Wedne.sday,  Federil and city health .ft — twing the cfty and the railroed» vm aiding th«in. Many cbltdren wetw t©- . » fused eoti^cg to thé ci^y todNiirriy*  free Twyrir years »Id imd wi^eï'.wliii»  and say.s In this conne'^tlon that the Constitution does not provide unqiiali-fiedly ^for compactness, "Senatoriai "istii<t!i," ijayH The opinitm, "are no'.  EPIDEMIC-GAINS  (I5y ABSOCiate'd Pro.ss) .X'^w York. .July 2«.—The epidemic of infantile jjaraly.siH gained head*^'av to: iy. Tbirty-nvi? d+^tths and new cu.se.s wero rejiorted.  AUTO IN RIVER — TWO DROWN  - my Associated^-Prosrs.)--------^  fi-ilirÄy - "Tl^effee was conferred hy a team  i^BYffiiir,  "Steadman attd her two year old.dauirb ter wore drowned when an automobile backed off tho dock at Waterworks Park into the river. Three. othe ItmiiWKoI n.ie parly .were.Baied' by' Hafry Hiolman, outfielder of the Detroit Amcrirans, who jumped into the water and brought fhem to the spiling.  DIRECT TOURISTS  TO HOME FORESTS  . .Wiishington, July 2.'.—-Totirlsta seek ing .\m(>j'if a"H ■l)eauty sij-ot.i are beinp  •wont to work."  Today he returned to his farm and Xational Fore.st^i as \aratioiii grounds  The fofe.stry ser\Tre " i.s díst'ríllVútine l.vO.OOO, maps, .^howing mmp ; sites hunting and tìshing grounds, road.s  Heat Kills Canadian Children.  Jicnitreal.. Que^. Julil,^^^^  responsible for the death In Montreal of more than 250 children. At 3  ed , 3 d'^rrepsr the hottest in five the heat.  Storm Damages Crops.  York, Pa., July 26.—Damage to com and other^propertie^ was caused by a heavy storm which paf-scd over York county last evening. The barn on the farm of A. R. Kauffman. south of this city, was struck by lightpiQg and destroyed. Crops were ct^umed aiMl ♦"Mr nowsjjerlalied. The damage waa |3,000. . »  «<»cOTnpanyîn^ the maps show -hcfjir'tö  reach tlie forest».  NEW TRIAL REFUSED  House  - Mot ai noon. V.^  fricts as to .Vational '"liará! organizsa tions short of minimum peace strength sent to border. iKesolutlon introduced t>y Chairman  Pä^gHröfnavai committee to expedite naval appropriation bill to cohierence Thursday. Adjourned at ;!:21 p. m. until noon  Thursday,  <ÎÔV.-Wt+m*AW NOW A PYTNfAN  Degree of Knight Conferred on hinck at Large Attended Dunkirk Meeting  liunkirk, July 2f>.—<iovemor Charlo» S. Whitman this aveniniy •became a full-fledged member of the Knights of i^ytliia.s, the degree of knight being conferred iii>on him at ,a - lar^lf at>  pii-ked from the tniffalcrTodgósVTliè work was conduetod- under tl«s sn jiervifiion of Clarence MacQregor. grand chanccllor, and Howard 6. Herr  ery the lodgeroom was made to represent a Roman forum. At the close of the ceremony a reception was held to afford the large number of members present an opportunity of meotkig the governor.  At 10 o'clock tomorrow morning a public reception • to Governor Whitman is io l>e held in the I5lk»' clnt>-tootnsr^^n-ilio afternoon he will take  i^art In tho grand parade and after the i^arado will visit 'the encampment of the uniformed rank at Point tiratiot and wittiess the prize drilling, ,  trail.» lÎBéÂ.-  Coofier wUI «tve » dtnn«r>«t htir ifom^'  to the governor. Captain Spencer, the grand lodge  iimam-ès and V7¿w other guests.  JTheDiokles^ wlîf^gire an «JtìWltóléiì. Ijííü-aae.io jníncrow jpiirfiL-SKhifili^Ä bé:  ÄtielQ», ihft Orl^3Lí»..CQUotx, MurJ^^ t^viejved by the governor.  WIM Be Executed.  , Buffalo, July 26.—Justice C/ole today denied tiio application for a new trial for Cljarl^s P. Stielow. the Orleans county murderer. . .NjUxecution has been }>Qst])oned three times, one on ttppeaf to the Court of Appeal» attd twice oa; respite« gjranted by the Jastfce CDle beid Umt ftU  Ibeei) iMilbedi»  The moetlng featured the Pythian state oonvenUon which opened here last night and is to coattnne uotfl Thuraday. Cfovemor^ WbltK^a' |U^ rived here early thia evefttni oa the Sew York CentrftI Mny. ,  Mm  -Jtllv  railroads leaving the city are eo^ frati«« with täte federal->TrtaeiiltM« 8ad--no"ttíílKélirwiBre »oJd mtleee Ut»  22  «îîô  Mm  iM  To obtain federal certificate»^ dren first mast t(«t «mtfieâteaHEn»» the Ne# York bealth d«p*rtm«ilt, showing there have beeti no eâ»et ot - i infantll« paralysis in the haaié» ta S?.Wc!Lil  fîtes âfeâ aiùingigrinr  w«re watched or kept undei qtsares* tine for two weeks. The city hetMh department tf«»ued nearly 2,800 certificates in \h'6 lii4t 24 hottrsi. A^iit V 000 federal health certiflciU«» Jbeett-Issued- thns far  work ills Ni&w York Uytr the City, wrt-e warned tfiatl^Mir 'BWwi remain either lxt«i<|e or tlt0  city, . ' ' -  Thlrty^ight Death» RtfMrt««.  The number of deatha and n0trtMe§ incroasod > during the iwat itoimu  now cftsea wen& t^poHa^ ttiM lltl five boroughs of the city.  At the oiBc» of  Health Commissicmer Haven tSnm^"  jmE-  tnsHOTir^iiHïSnrëënôn lltt«r?tlijt  Ißrräi  time they leave Qoaranttn« imtÜ ttb» paralysis is relieved.  It was reported tbAt alxiiit <!hHdren would jreantra hoarttal ^aat»--  to i^event them irom beeomtng pmp- \ ,1 manently crippled,. Measures vtHb* ' ' taken to reUeve.-the congesttoa m -, fìrdókl^m hospi^Ia, whleb are orti» crowded with paralyaiB mum, . i - ^  \ .  Albany, July 2$.«->^Nineteea «««^M fnfaxiitne paralyeis, inalciiiff « total 2&S !n the state, hM incl^ttt city of New York, we» reptnpCed ! the etate department of be«ltb-fai tÌM».. .jtast : 24 hours.:  In the liame period, two de«tbs '  reported, one at Sast Meadow and . one at Olen Cove, brfoxrlfig to ^ IH» numhkt. J  Tèmnie.  Each Sat Want« the Other RectrtHMd from Interfering. , .  aim oi two of the biggest looali U the UnitM Mine Workers firom tb» organization because of illegal J«y, ment of dues dudni^ an imaatboi^sed' strike resuiM tn an'«MJeatto« ^^J : court for two tnjun^tons.  Internationa) President loltti K White and District President JnalM, , ° Matthowfi appUed for an lnJun«tkNii to  any of tbo 18,000 dné tbe Inttfimttliin^ trwswTínow^-^irlbinto''«!;"^*^  cal's treasury. Officials of tbe expen«<l IMbl  return the books of the loeiil«  ir mi$e4 when.Skâmm^Ê^msÊm  ' IMÄ.'W'lgittÄBiÄ^^ .....'  . latti« IÖHC  t«r, * p.métm Im U» jmt. mkiitmeè m " "  Ite  jrULta»   

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