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    Columbus Evening Dispatch {Newspaper} - 1909-07-22,Columbus, Ohio                                 LAST EDITION 14  pages  TKLO'UO.'ltt VOIB  lb*—41+1* CTT. 0144  THE ONLY AFTERNOON PAPER IN COLUMBUS RECEIVING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES  lútrnuQ  fgj WEATHEB: Showers tojlght or Friday; cooler Friday.  THROWS WATER ON TOP OF CAPITOL  COL UM II US, OHIO. 'nH'KSIMV, JTIjV 22, 19(0.  mo PEOPLE  attending church  miWENTlOK cm OFF BYTHE FLOOD  j[ 0  Word Recvived From Baptist  Youiiif People's Camp at Palacial ou ti«: Const of Testas.  SPECIAL TRAIN' SHNT TO SCENE!  Wires Are Down und Great Anx-jeSy Is Felt for the Safety of ■ JfiMe at the Camp Meeting.  Ben. Vtiiil S*ves Galveston and D¿unet" There la Not Very Great. ■■■Scores of Lives Lost.  THE DEAD, c. H. Dail't c.rculatidti manage«* Gal-  TRUST COMPANY'S SKY-SCRAPER  DAMAGE SUIT FOR  , Houston, Texa&,  manager of  nttzn Tnk,re.  R*y TKtthcri Cap*».!« £-  th« piir.  Mr*. £. L. Birt+ison.  ^rtaric« Jo^n^on.    »  Mr*. Clarice JoonRon.  C. D- Hcpki'n», Galveston.  Thr*« unknown negroes.    ■  XKfly werf aJ| Bwcpt off the Tarpon  Rihmg  N£W ORLEANS, JULV 23.—On sc-eatfflt *.^e anxurtv felt oyer the fate if t thousand or moro -par-aorta in _at-t«ftd«nce on m* State Baptist Young p#opp’s coiventian oncampmflnt at Pilac“>«- on t*e coast of Tanas south of Galveston, a &p«c<al train ha» start-itf [fom Houston, Te*sa. in an effort to puicn thjrt po nt. AM telegraph wires *rf down.    .    .  ■ TOWN iS WRECKED.  Parker and Attorney Davie Of* ay to the inquiry.  ME NEFF  Mrs. Stephen 0. Brown Charges Her With the Alienations of Her Husband 'a Afftutipns.  LAYS THE BLAME UPON MRS. NEFF  Alleges -That Latter Forced Her Charms Upon Ur. Brown on All Possible Occasions.  THE COURT OF INQUIRV" H Tin HlTH ¡TWl I'NESSES IN THE IN VESTIGATION INTO THE DEATH OF LIEUT. SUTTON  LUutinmtk  and Willing, three of the ne»*«*.  HeaHy E V ary Hûülê Ih? &ulf Coast  In Anglaton Damaged.  On  NEW hiIíLKANS. J t * L- V 2 2.-«-Oom-Biun^-nt^n vv¡u »-^litfiIisÎïîed this ftft->  • etnici >^:li A riijl'-l -ii. ;t town of 2000 p»cp!i\ n-: th>- jfiiif muisI itoulh uf Gal* Tratiiîi. Arih'i' i'-n    -rl^iü tput m-Jir-  ]y i-ver>* I;-'!,**' !jj the town had borti bsJIf ijiin:ni(>‘<bl and many of tlïwffi ^n-<kL*d as a rraultjif ycfc-\ Ont* XQflW WU  "iutrrir injured,  3ËA WALL SAVtS ClTTT ^ ™  Bambai^ment Of Might y    Falla  - To Bhsk-e Girvwion’a Pfotactinn,  ' G^LVKKToN, Tf-:X . jl T LY a,—  s  <3iÎT^rt».n haj 'ivrcih^'d a repetition  tí ti»    <>r i5Wi/>. tti*9 to ibis n?a  ♦ fill û!i»nr in attributed tho fact Vhat til* Clly !► F » :i n M1 n r,    Ih file  Vktnlir a 'fcLiv^i.-ri Hi* 1< n* rrf Hft ta ^ I fug’ll ].    flfcnUlg jwrfy  •t Tararti > p ,--r    niiii-*» in üj<*  ra" ’Pi* n.ci! I'rogerTf Iom, In La-Tj!tyU«xj at’f t»r»o. îl^ïriw-, ivjï ff'tjr    a^a at 4  Wt <»' J‘  ... ......'^y thv • 0>iVirtUtlliTlt  toi »\s. i \i-»*. r .-.-Mi.ijr. the wa wail a Ur»r.u : - ',■-<<» -,; n^rl-k »tul co;icn-líi j; f M6 .  aft(1 1 -  T|fcf , t  w..?- , r^î Jrrai)T94lly rl-a-inq- «.t ttf. I li i » »tw-r.11J-. niiTr^af'jlly urtflt-tílr    Of ttv- r.ìj,;n C gi iir  CAMPERS are safe.  Îî^.r.-#.! 1 i’fp-jit* Hf-rl ,t*i* ,y( lift  »Pt ïï Fi-wvit    jirtd pAttrïm   :,i xr     H^r* th^ro hm  ' t** - J -  rf "‘rP    and »or-  "Hm*!»«    r-rh[.i*rj o« f«i r  th«  1»« jïi nr? rr-pon til aoíe.  . Till* iTXTn«n R  ih„ w+M'itr wua warm •«J r>»r jjnd thiro w+n no ftrJnda.  SEA WALL SAVES CITY,  Hi**!/ W*».j Un.w.^to B*tUr Down 0»lv«ton'« Protactton. ^   0I,L ^‘S,"'jULT »JiTh* -I» th .V ’  and  oi^twrty ««ttctttf  „„  T I ’ , “ rlr "nc Whleh twrpt  tnB  ?“ lf r " >s ’ t     may b«  Hh .  1  "  ln ,h * «"r/nntliir. LievrU «h» trt^ph  w!rr „  ftild  j„ tWy)ng .  C»    with   W ? Md '  ti ”‘    >w«pt  Ä !„ r '  h ‘' eAr " r "'* -hör» frort to ttoJLt ttT  rT: * rmi  w t *h. Loul.lana, «    •itremtty   onw a * c *^*aInert. ^  th * tmtü,  !he     »o* w*ll ktpf  "i£sÆSZ5Jljâj5S'  »witrtLn««  ( 1,f *J. “""rtnêil to   c ,u*hi in th, ««I* ait Pjgl ;  Tha huge fire engine purch««d by til« city for th* n«w wWexale di*-triot eitg.ne hou»e ofi Fourth atroet at th«-+it»el of Chertnut »treet, ws* d*-'livBro<),. Wednesday «ftcrnnan, and tested by th* fit« department, Thursday morning, at Broad and High «tneia. The picture (hows th* pcwerful stream of mater from th* engine thrown above the 16-ctory building.  iContitniid  ***** *V Compel Him to Briand Win , P»b.  . Be ChoMo.  'rotf^vry mtrt .' n . _,  ■S2*W    to m>*ii»tir of  thKt k, L^i m ' nt * r y ettclM  ins*- «• “, L„S*i ->^<««1 the - a*. »wwiJay 1 . ¿ ■».»«■ ™-  tn *-    crini«  *ar*tlon. -  fcj.—i t* Í    aï  Í2¡*¡** ,t>,nièSî' '  •■SSSa^Ä.a.YK  NaSBS2EsSw3?ïr  BABIES SWEPT FROM THEIR MOTHERS’ ARMSJN STORM  Clondhiimt Wrecks T20 Duluth - Houses and Doei $1,5(X),-* 000 Damage. .  , DirLutTH, ilîüx., JT’LT ' is.— Jowin^ 16<. hîTTiflc ni h» tit Twminy. ioat »igrht'a ctuudi>ufBt rnuwjd a. pctrn# <J»-Y,u$iiHtJc»tt iti L>uhith loloy. -Tfi* lObf. It Ib îuSÛ, .will rrn*.-h Tl.SOO.ftOI). Thri-^ llr^s w<rrtiJo*t duKn« thFi utorro, TU’rt cbiklrvn w«rr•    rrntn '  rïï«>lhr'r'« «¿id»*:« at Ninth avonue^ eiKUit, oni» TK«]y tylHif lf>st in a ^*wrr f>t tlio  Ij'ttloni o' ii>c blU. AntM hf i r child wa«  li»nt 1» itcvrie vr^-rk at West l>ultith.  DR. W. GTCLIPPINfiER WILL BE PRESIDENT OF OLD  WORKING BASIS ON  Taft States He Is Not Irrevocably Committed to Free Hides; -Coal &&d Oil. .  ‘ANTIS’’ READY TO WRECK THE BILL  Customs Court Will Be Established m Washington Instead ■ of New York,  Plaintiff Eifuiea to Discuss Caae Beyond the Allegation -Made in Her Petition.  Anastasia Hrown.    w-lfe of  C. Hrou-n. b^sfan aiilt In com> a^on pleaft omrt. Thurndaj*,. la r<H.-over 4rttn;ig*»R from Mw. Nettie L* Jierr. for the aUHfreri alipnjitJcjn of the affection* of hnr huvbrtnd. Mm, N*fl. who h;us be<-n for    tlm? at-jia-fiiteiJ  from hp-r husyband. forftierly Hv^d in A ihsujtirul rriliionce o« Fnir avenue uo^r Sh<?rniun avtnue, while the Brown fam;iy fe-flldence ia at 70 North Oiik* avenue, Mr. Drown l& ii travel^ In« ^{Llft«innn. Mrs- N(»fT Is reputed to bo the tosses »or o-f at l^aat &■ com-fortabJii .fnrtune.  CHARGES ALIENATION.  In the petition    by Mr«. Brbiflm.  ah«? allfgrK that shr find h<>r husband Jlvod hiiiijjllj- until ho Iwoarlie &C-qiJnlnt<>f3 wttl Mrs,. Ne-ff. Th-n thetr troubles b^*fan. The* husband, an -¿Iro. ttnwti eayp,    a victim • ti> Mrs,  .NVfiTa biiin.llshmfnts. And hts lovr* for * hiB lawful wifi-    t*oli3 to the pnint  fHffldiiy. Mrs. Brown say« that' Mrs. Neff loat no Opportunity to throw herwclf in Mr. Brown“¡) pathway, an<l    every 6j>^>or4iifilty to br* Jn his ri»i7ip:iny (  that ah* ev^n ma.lc r trLji tv Tf»l^do with bim, and rruKii- horvt-lf n very &gTreiiJ>le com-panlon.  VWITING IN COLUMBUS*  It ti-as salJ, Thursday, that &ln. N^fT had no Id^A that th» 1  j*uit ifraj tK? brouffht till n.he arrived in Co^ lnmh.ua, Wedneadny jilfrhi, frmn Toledo.    she hiiB b#*«n far" pornfl Umfi, Shtj* whh not tit the h/>rrie. Thur»-doy. of her Jlster, Mm, Jbhe«, wife rf {. ,Dr* J. a Jonpft Oak street nadr-Ohlo. ' siV't.iiC, whvc f!)« ** rWting^X>r. Jnnrfl drrlar'd that hr knew nhrctlativ' i>' D°tblri(f Of the c££jse r  ajtrJ ihnt Lh^ nt'WK that thr suit jj-nti    brought wjis n. gTf'at ¡sitrjirl^u to him.  *'Whilf j hm'ivi* nn hriowIc<Ire c*f the cun*' aj sH. I do not ’bt^Htevp thi*r^ la on*» iota ai nr^HTid for the rhargres-. mnde in thf' salt."    T>r. JoOea.  IS ALSO RETICENT.  Mr*. Brown. whi»n    at her hom«.  Thur!»fiaj‘. _d»'rlrtr^d that h<*r n’nnld PtnnO f^r |ti»* , tT «ni that she did not ear«* to &uy anythlnjc further.  ARE PSEPWlrt SKIP INE COUm :  One Has Already Succeeded la Evadii^f Watchful Eye* oí tha Postal Inspectors.  OTHERS WATCHED : BY NIGHT AND DAY  Government Sleuths on the TraU of the ttbning Suspect,  Tam Are Guarded. ' : : r  *  St Í  nnval c°urt of intuir/ inveati fluting th* fact« ¡ti mysterious death of Lfout. Sutton. From left to rights M»jor NêviII, Commendar Hood and L <e«t- 4«r*oa.  ¿onnKtfixi with Major Leonard,  Hid Selection Will Be Ratified, by „the Board of Trusteei on Friday, ;  .._. .  NOW CONNECTED WITH SEMINARY  Is Toung Man, But Has B(«q Prominent ia U, B. Cbsroli  ' - for Tears. ' '  v ■ '  Ex-Pre*ident - Bookwalter Will *"  1  Probably' Enter Congrega-tiona] HinUrlly.  I^r. Vi’a I tor o.-,£Tl>pplnii?r, ,ins L tnactrtr U priKtlcn} th«o56pfy hI tb?« JRone-trafcrr Theo5(*glrr»T nftminory at. l>tyton will on Frl^y'iw    prtslilpnttif  Oterbrtfn UhJiserany to nucteed I>r. U. IX >RnnkwAkor» ;f?ht> reoeRtly res J ft nod,  Tavornvble to tho Mlwtlon of Rev* ilr."'Cilpplnifft who hats nlgnlilrd to iimrrn MathM*»g.of i^hirftyiy rvt\fTf> ^  .p f and    iron* or», and th* f*&t  that ht ealUd ittêntion thii tact today. J*ad* la thf ifnppnd«w if *ki Whit# Kûuie, that Mm« loii of work* ing bast«' U about to b* raachad.  T^ntítrnt Tnff wíi* nor    1ti  hia    tnitnv asr ti» tho tlniñ th-\t  will b** rr^ínlrí-il to »-hip th*' lintn ahnr«' •    ' '    ,  TWO-YEAR LIMIT TALK,  An effort uas m’iïile ill lakt ~ni£ÌU'n dTrtn^r hrfvv*    Tnn ìwp tw  tw'o V'-faf': ilniíí,>tj«-m •>t Ltio »-Xhfpo-Vülley coluto nt - Aim- ¡ration tAX. M#    to «jo &n, tv.Ln  ■ViUe,. Pa., wh*r£ ht^-fl’Padu&tPd at .tho j n^atti-r u - n* p'pi* int ■ r»r rh*»    ûï«  head of hin ciana In the early nineties. ¡ tflJC wnp     , t  , i1m 3 it nini th^ii de-  Me then entprea wh«l wax thrn call.-rt     lhM |H ,  liM „    t*  thi Union 'HHillcül ÄfltnliJary In Lay* ■ , • , . , t£h r  |at#*r t^iktnff chnnRA of the boofc    ,v,  ilepartffltnt oí thr;. ITnlted Br^thrrn ^herent* of ih jwjliahlny Vmti^e there,    : ^ >r lh "  r '' ,fl   In now Attending Ohlñtxo ^inivpmitj^ his vlllinfnom to jiuc^f and a m^t< Inn: or tlw board of irtmtce* uili <ho h*id at ttto United HrethreA, pabllnh-Ih# hcni** iittKrtL>n Fr Ma y tv íorm^ ôlly ehrt him. Rev. Cllprliiftr la now 44 y(V* oíd. ’  DOftN m OUáH SYLVAWI A.  “bom îir'Fflnniytvnma*'àì^d Pbítrr iftivipE the rurAl svhoola onter- !  ed Lebanon vaii«v ^i\ILvirA né A vm. I  House Conferees to Defide on Pr°-gra-m Begardiag Coal, fron,  . Ofl and Hosiery.  washi\<;-rt tx. jtjlt lì-—in an-ruK^tnR- tiMîny tho results of îa^t »»♦«ht*» tarín illnniir . ttt tho White -HtniiWï, prwtctfiRt Taft «‘Jtprt'PRed him* H*-\{ as r>nt|r«‘ly- Mtl«fl«*d. Tho prtin* d«*nt dóolared ,wlth rpffrerrrc to the 1  plarn** of rîi’*‘ nmtrrfai« ou the list f^ÿ^'tally h idra, that ble chief In-tereat'funv law In 4ln<itnfï out, vhat cpuId tw done, with rriiereneo to manu* '■fa^turoïi products:    ,  ■Western penniorH #tm nrv Tl^htl»^ the prov^KitioT) to put hldnn on tho free Tlat, are yeirii? tìicìr bopt end^nvofrt to - -feiiEo zt ctw.rqfo made ti^^llui ínjunirao tu red    ached ute tt> off pet any con-  ftwlfln, they may hftve fo trnke with msnni to the duty mi hirtex,  TAFT MISÜN&BRSTOOD, ' " Frnaldont Tnft dalWd attentine lodoy to tbe faet ttiat he ha* been mlauti* d<»ratood v demfoTiding 1  • fre» raw ma-tetlnln all alonx 'thn lina,  .TSi pnèidtntVpeiitii« in mtttir qT .fact *a Mtfintd *ñ hi# ttatamtfnt of FftéiK tttt» was that K* f«vof*d an Ift-4Ufry to finti out v*Hat/dagr** of pr*-tfCtlMV ,(f    tiiettttfy ia tii*  fnéttoe of hid««,    Tha  raaldant -    not ww^ttW h_  irr«lr|«vthl y :lV irtij Wtf*% fri* cOal t   i  BUtlET STRUCK LIEUT. Mffl TIP OF MS  L  Startled Woman Bees a Stream of Blood on Floor and Police ^    Are Notified..  WW, .to ax-ooc-tip-tee iiTtho T’fP' rt   .for th^  ^ Tilt f*. WoflTiT  fi-'T  Tfi th*- ^t^sm 1lf*d ÌO ttVtfl Vt'i.V! pnjïi*R th«+ thí'h.-  Í tested.  r  ■v,% -m. ,i - M-f, j 'í'TtítUí  . .nr-.-vnt' who votrd  r-on 1.SX    .i •luiistl-  l^tv î*■'■sï ' T^. I i l  -î:p-  fbe plAfT- “hr hovr *  . r^'(LU_HE-ENTER MtNlSTRV.  Dr. L t>, £tnnk-irall*r, whom 3M^,  CUoplnffiT will aiKreepil, is now occupying the pufcplt of tho Coniir^a-tlofTAl at (Tberlln dtirltift the afhn*r»ce In Europe of the |w*itor r  It la.aaM he hftj*  I_r<vc1ved ft nntt-rln^ hlducrment to Identlfr himself with the ministry of i vxport«*d fir that denomination and tt la not un- ' j n  rmrhlnir n «h likely that hrt ^fll ae<?«pt- Rev. xi. M, Ttiw Inrln.l- fr, flfAf.y nt, Ttorherlftn U mentioned —  T!v-  n4 rom pIÍAíI bn  FIÛHT TOR FREE HIDES The    r» r v, T‘^'d in TV. *,  Tafl that lh* y ■s- , N;>n w-suli] r^;o !i flfnrefmc-m on jiU    »h>- wx  «i vrn «r^At sTihji-ri 1 : ftb-««t  BULLET WOUND OVER THE HEART   7 -fOorpee, Fally, Clothed, Believed to Be Tbat of Mina« Worijiai!,  "" aa Armenian. -  Trank Jone», Shoo Factory- Worker, Being Scarehcd for by Lynb, Ma**„jWa«T», „  LTN'S. Mass!,    -it^A ixwlyi  ■fully ctothed and b^3l*»vM to N» that trf ui ATtn«n5an, w , &» four>d packf rt In trunk tn-a lodttnir Iioqm at" N'a lii :  ■t^RXirly"    todSy. “Tfift“'SeaSi ~>fSÌL  mutilAted and there watt a huilet wound over the heart,    .  J""rb< i, 'BSF'S' - irffhk W’ìk WKx .hearing the rt»me of Minns K. Iftorl- - ^lafL The room wb rented eight -w^ekK a^ro hy Frrtfffc Joned t  a fthoo ^ac4or^- fejorker, who. It Is    had  trot occupied H since last JSLonday.  The Vn-yTi- VVAft .dtprffivnrpfl-bJr  S»ss^ -ftoìlft^e -the lodnVnpf • h«>^i*e keeper, arid bor’ hunband,v who hnd fo^rti ft utreafc of blood tri-.-klini? from the h«ttom r^f the trufik. ^ The’ polke wrre notified and sbarri*-was begun for Joitem,    May !?T\ r  ;t orw  tnjnK waa hrought to tbr h.«nse for JoneA   A  Tn Ihe. banK Boóic, -.vrt« r not** w-hioli latiti “it "BTTything    . to me.  noiIfy^’EriSr* Ada ma, cvntijt* Mh*»*et, Jumatca P]nlh* ,r  . %  How Ion* the body ha3 been tn the inink 1« i»ot known.  Sentii Omaha Selected. -  Dlapnted ï^trfnt w to LocstfoiHpg the Wound la DefimtJly  J  Settled.  SURGEONGOES ON THE STAND  * ____ ■  Lieutenant Willing Defiant and Admits He Said to Let Adami Knock Off Sutton’s Head.  .ANNAi*« uSTlfLT 2*.—ftonrron  (î«ir(ta s. Picjif'rf.tl, who Lieutenant Jam^s X fluttn« nfl^r h<v waa t*hiit t  ti»wtirt*»d ¡u thr* Intiuirv io- | d«y that thn huil*-1 vtit<*rfd Su'inn'i | head-o& top thi- U^i'k nnd ;i little J ttj Itu- rlff’ht. Tî'.ia lias Iw^n a rnu<-h« dlaputed point, jjj» o(hf>r have teetlflMrl thwt th<- wound wo* Ju'ht hark of the rîjîM «■'nr.  Syrjproti Plrki'Ml fitHtf^l that tho shot warf fired within two fent of Sut», tnn's    HTYt% Ii: his opinion rotild  hav« b»eta VPff-lnflletetl* He- mM thnt Smton'e b«dy »bowed no f»th*-r injuries whleft mlfrht ha\'e? ._r. , iU5i«'d • h|a  death. The w|in^»a Identlfl^J a bpTJL and holster which he safd w.ia strnpp»»d On Sutton" 1 » Je»ç tttip i^icht of tho trakedy,  WILLING STICKS TO STOftY.. Henry F. Davlt^ cotiaw>| Tor Suttoh’» ■mother, mitlna^ his croiH*'e*iim<nA-tloti of Lleut^niint Wtllfnfr imm the point where he hAif leit off iT-stArdajr. WllHhfî, wcnnUng to hi* testimony, reached the i^ne of trairedj* In time  TAFT'S LETTER CREATES  SENSATION IH CHUTA  German Financiers Threaten to Break Concert of  Several of the Officer« gf the Company Seriomly Wounded Our-ingf Bloodj Outbreak.  TROOS ARE  ORDERED OUT  Aftenqrt to Open  J  the Big Wii-«main Plant Resulta in a Pitched Battle. -  PEKING. JUI>T 23.—The personal tel^ffrum a*»nt hy ft^Sident Taft to Piireif Chon, the Chlnaaa refenfc ¿ behllf or ihc Ärnetlaia cLalrn for 'equal partlclfiatlon In the. Uonkow-ßw-i^oan railroad loa«    $00,900,  ,Tui«    "-Ittp-’  lo^gií .uattk'rfii »nd legi&t-ínt * hrr»-. ' •""  r .    •-.  Tiie ifjjatlons con-cfifned' atitrin that th? question, unti] now,, waa not re«oimt*i-if (Unioinatically, birt the itri-inrwslon prfVJi(i B  that the matter now boi-omn* ^liticai. The German flnan-dera threairn to break the concert of banker*.  Thousand Furio« Stxiken Bon Amuck—Two Polix*men Are ; ... ' AmOty? the Iniured. . ■  ii  the prütMtUó *itce*acior to fttv. OJt-p-Dfncfrr    &ot)«br*k« Mmln«cx  in h i' dir.i. .  rtnltr lind^r*: n • oil. hid PI». C' m 1. :  ■ M »4* lUJlHHlI, 1*-.iIhVT    MTTd  4[C«ntlK^ on Pad* SbcJ  i >r t WA#t»tN«TOK; J1TLT i^-The  v ' .'.Tniprroiler of tííi» trtifreñ»“ -  todsy  .mn^nt>cri1 the ¿efocttoh qf Jî^uth  _r '• ''mflhn, Neh., ftp à re>#*rve r!ty Tor tS*  ", .hi-.i«=it «r jmvermtient fitndn Ttn*  ___aeî**!*?rr <*nds ft. Iwir gonteet for tfi«^.  f iionnr between fnin*ha and jiouth omaht,    •  to jK^e IjtOutenants Adame sn<t Suttnn In A ftatlcuA*. ‘prior (o the ahbotlnjdr. Me. Davi» toon tho wknesa nw£t the “scene ftf thè Qcht bftwffl A tí ami artd ^tit? ton, but could not materially àhake ihn office*:'« story. Lieutenant ^VllUns 1  Is'aald to be related to tho A atom ôf Npw Tprk. •    .    _  WILL CALL ANOTHER WITNESS.  In    to tb* pequhrt nr thn  ]mhti    canna» 1 for tho S\it-  toris    that' ihê^*' .had one  poenairt bf. the ^jtovemment, whom, they wQütd llk.e |o wit .He Is Charlen  Kennedy, a_ortvate - ttt thr .m.ftrlhe  corns at Norfolk» Vn. A lanre crowd of wnmij^n« mostly .holonítlñí In navftl clrcleK. attended tho hpairinjr today. The yoiin*. RïrlR fn thetr summer 9owna, aocompantert hy white unt--frtrrti«1hofRi!crs u  added i-olor to the «cene.    • ' .  Mr. Davis read rrom tho ¡(ieetirdu of ihr fiinnur inqurry; "hrtiijçtn* 'OT't íioHíw dlSÄT-rp^nctes Tn Ltem : tí*'n¡rñf' -  wilhnj£> ïestlmony. Tho witness liAid "his pt^s-'oht testimony wim i s <irrect.  •*The former teMlmony waa plvon on the jtam¡£..,dny of rh«' shi^otln^ and «rome Of H wap~ r^cklí'ss.'* tvn* the lientrm-r»nt*« e*plAM«tl^ti WllUttff w:^^ rl< v |lBTit anrt anira-erert tiin jawyer'e questions îtT' an i no vn (T/fiT dimmer flt nihnr fîmes. '    " . . -  - '"-J rflh’t i^mehìt»<*r    'eví-rx í^iis-  mUÌ anrt, »IM «in thr»t nliht.'" ho fl»^  et a red : ‘'no'one f on 111/ 1 ____ • ' ' “  ADMITS fTl“MAnp REMARK.  "Did you toll «no of thr officers to let Adams, fro ^hesd an(l_knnrjt sut-ton-s head off'’*' n»k^d Mr. Dnrl«.  “'Yes, I think I rond** s^cfr a remark.’* Lleutenunt Wllhnu mfsweyed,  Lieutenant Willtnjp whs enfimiwi. nnd  Surgerm fy^orjre-plickerelV r. R._N._^ ho_  was- In charife of the nflvnl aêa/lêmy on the filant «f th# shoot I nj:, testifScKl  IWOPS'iJTM • MIEN TO  «WHMBS  Iabynl Spaniah Soldiers Boihed to Scene and the Btoter*  . Quickly Zhaarmed.  BATTALION~WON’T FIGHT MOORS  Cosen People Shot in Madrid Wl^le Trying to Prevent Departure of Soldier Relatives,  War in Morocco Very Unpopular and PiimtirfiuidB« Bu tended to. the Army. BAfl«LO¿iÁ7swÚN,“jirLV aa—  A mot broke out today among th* troooa* who* wara abotrt to toa am*' barbad for Malilla. Aft anti«* battai* iorTrtvolM, and thraatanad tha cof-ona< and other cffTta<a with their bayoneta*. . ' / _ •’ r' ‘  Otfar troop« w*ra haaUty aunwionad And tha jnutÍMfV» wafa WMnrtad.  D#apar«ta Malaa Fbllowa Attempt To . SCop doldrara* Dapartura- "  MADRID, JULY 22^—Oueing tha night* whiia tha Spanish troop* which are t£ rairrforee tha Spulth garHson at' MeJilta ware  ( piepsring to leave for Malaga, the fa^illai. of tha soldier* BurrOuTTdsd the railroad ttahon end charged ^rth th» object of preventing  the depart ur« of their .ralatiye.e._____^  decparate m*l»e feilowed» In which P0~ lice t/ced thtir swords and revolwara. At- least a dozen par-ebne ware wound” ad, and many other* were arretted. Stringent maaeure* wEI! be taken to euppresa similar popular bietuf^anCea connection with tha tfaperture of troepi in the future«  KfNtr ALFONSO' ALArtMgJD. “  General Weyter. Formerly of. Cuha^ ..... May i Command tha .Ti^t^pa.  MADFtir». JVLY 2a.—Kin* Alfnrieo hrtjt riiTiCi»)ed atV his -enj? , nfff>n)«ntf on n,o<nint tfr thr seriou* situation that ^¡iii developed fn Morocco. Today the nrs,T    of roserve* wa« •nsmfnoned  ti-i colors  ■F>r?rlinfii,eht will be Mked to voti' further cnwHta an that more r+tntcxv**" -mnnU-iAn hr tf*nt io M^UIla. it le poa»  (Continua«! an tUb)  ■..... --------- ...  RsOTbBHA. ’W*C- ■ JW.I    a  riot’ nni  'tt U* Ailbit 1 «    dompwyr,  three n*«»  debts woand«tt.^ao*ift aerkkUiJy. ODe th^a«bd, fnetr iiad £one on etrlka tor ao Increase in. wmffce.  The rlata this morning etartod with ^he ^penlnjr of the bl* plant and wlillo Comnritee^^epreaentinfi the atrikef* was in the general oflM of the. company, seektnir to znake a aettleTntiit The. tn an augment, however, called off all ne^ottatlone and the - committee waa «Ported out of the ofllce, -the officials and deputies who had been In att*n<iAiice at tfw meeting Ib tha manntlme ■umlng' themaeivea for pro* tectlon. Crowds of stxikcra paraded the etreeta, many of thtai artnod-  STRIKER IS SHOT*    :  TT>e tlrs.t oatbreak occurrckl at the hijt central entrance dt Grtiuf avt&io, where one of th« stnxrrs wa* abot-The butiet paased throuffh hi* hip, A nrtnuto inter, a riot waa etarted“^ at North Chicago And  L Uolon attvets Ufi3 this resulted In another, m&n belnr sjint. It ta claimed this mail was ah^t by -ane of the etrlketi« w&o heilcved he wo« nrtnff on a deputy. One man was Vtrurk down with a- counting pin and' wfui inter taken to thr county iall and hr>ld on a chary* of rlottoff.  Tbe poll re wore able to do little with the etrlker^.hut uaed their clubs freely,    .  During the n^htlne, Holtartxwn Net' ; Bon of the city fnri’Ct antt Ifeputy Morrhouao of the ihcrtlfi forco. were struck down nft<l b<>th are In the hoe-pltivii ^rloualy injured. .  WONT TREAT WITH STRIKERS.  The oora^jiny has declared it wl£-hoid no further parley and everjr department of the bit plant haa -'beett clceed. People “of the ctty have rt-' fused to be sworn in. aa special of-flwufii, fearing their llrM Would h* )U ilanner. Tito sftle of reVolTere And other weapon* ha« been ordered stopped and It la expected tho irtrlke Jeadora will be undor arreat berarwi now and e von Ini, 'Thue fitr the property of tha company hA.4 not been iHUlly damaitetL A third man w*« shot nt ll'^'cKwfc.'  T-iny il!onlf^ Peter jiofuvotir u<j Charle« Clemtn--h Ar*tinjy . Chief  4  of J*oHce N'ewhofljt. w<ut badLy hruTpAd;' but-rK»!. eerloualy-nnvideon •' fatur ■ ■ plav^ed " stt'irtttnn undor the charge of General Otm F'Hik of Milwaukee.  -- troops" are" ready.  CAMP DOUGUAS. WIS.. JUL#Y it —-<Triiv»»rnor Davidson ha« received. a ‘report on tho rJot situation at Ken-oftha and haa ordered the troop** to hold. th«iin>«lv4ia in..4«adifveAfi to -teave af once for lhnt clly tg- nnppry*w|._tho strike 'disorder*, ...............•  Inspector Is Sent to Sicily to !b| veatigate Records of tbe Biadi . Hand Men Azreitedr' '  Anndier dUBeuUy baa Ima «Sm~ tered by tho United fitstoa jH»tal )t>< ¡' ^pectcra who ■» pmwitliy th* c«ro4 ■ cJjeratBcaiiop iaMna .la^iyi Hanis Society of "tìie Banane, 1  te OWii?  a ° a  mtddJo -wtAt, alno» ibtr iia9»c;£ leenwd that «>» nupect* «Ho errEBted and 'laMr aet' tree: sodar *ro pn?paring to toztett ttelr Wiuli ^* r  * leaTin^ u» cxastry. - ò^    "  one has disa^eared.  One of ite «nirixsrt». wlió*o poai-wÈÌf-<taed at JSOM, i* knòwn^'t*: a*»*. ■**;? Teadr «BJweaed In eladtog     :   -fm KVts of t&e"nenk nrrir« tom wba were set to shadowing. bh& »iifl . fcj>-diMijpoaiwl ^ui thooeh ttH..Ùri£i lwÀ<' Opened ana mralhnml bha.- -!n^«e^ tor« are on hla trAÌL aod newt wtrtt* airenta to bJU tlw parlm of tbe eovntrr ,«k m thg tMkoà to prainpnt him bea i&lppinr to BicUjr or other foreign. Pta**- ' Bov ka r miu>a«ea to chka tbe oAtCfn ' I* Hat ktmra; tor ■: '^*paoMf  Quntia n»d ln»»«ciier Htechan. .wb» sH»’ / OMitiDbu t  TbOTadar mornliMf.  •fé tò Simtmm tb»'«aiMter. «ràa t* tbe. t--*- L ^ —r mpif Ini' fn nim«i deny tliatona of  Inc.    :  , OTHKRft ARC WATCH CO.  T*ie " oil»« <o«r Ir1i6 ”*Mft : .(kniA «Bòni IMtti^biADÀJÉtlvatbk« VenhiU;  jw  rf ooo    '  it*»»- «ruj ator« 1« «ot*à luwl nvine coiMCaoUr- mÀOe to tbr ' de»utmcet So ettflrt !» teine iptngt ts: filmiti:.  v  them -from •■calling, ud liuuTs .U^H 1  ' nppKurance 1« V. S. court In Toledo t» " Dwetilw. f • ■■  INVE8T10ATÌIKQ RECOftO«.  It -ti» beenia« . knivtr», TbKndax tnomfhe, that * jxntol tupmtar baie beni dlipatLlHd 6y the dtptngtnt t* sidtr to itnrwtl*n(t And ropoxt the n.txo-d« of tHe vn'fHm» zaepeet» who ^r*' «.tlit chirp In Ohio Af con^ltlnf .nt  crtcreOei*On*‘to «tort mattar Hota Jobti Awlwa by btackmilL Tti% In»  • p*ct’5r». working in Ohio «niévnUna^  Ik* to gather nr*ore «TMtnef :iH«i the own unstrd. and bnpé t» <mU them onJer «nfflctent cónnta 'tli-nàBi-tholr tnta tcmt «nt Ian*. , - ,  %  I  IX  S"i  :a  OOZENK BEASISMUKE  £  Mrs. Rebecca Moore, Pioneer Resident of Missouri Town,. _ One of the Victina.___  BT-N.'ETON, MO., JÏÎUT ZÍ—Mn. jtrh«rr-H Moore, aired 4f r*iarm orkfi of Etanceton** pioneer reiïdèirtB, and .Moa**,: agmA . if.  year*» a merchant, are (!M4 heré to* 4+T frojn ptomaJne ' ÿotÉmtùÉ: / :=  Ex-President Galiäy Sho»i» IEpi. popotaniuB. WKle Sederai Offe*.;'  ers Are CSiargiDff HI» Bo*t.  •' ''. j——■ • ' •.! . .'•■> "■■ NAIVASHA. •• BRITISH!: . . BA**-':' ^ AFRICA. JULY. gL-^Gdlonri 'Staorném‘-velt but an üidÚRf exfwrteiiee Ttw«- : : while eixlenTortnt - tq jmat ~j> j <*w hlDpopommua. At .1' in  r .tb*.; momlr.s: tw *ent oot u> lake Ket. VttfliB in t nwtixil; «MÿmiairiM . If'' two na.nToa. Attér roirlhj.oflt aoiii»: .jiUHapc« tnm *bore.  ; .Cba bowt et) mufdad , tijr ;)(l <3o*en' Jhlpp-—■ ■»»lies *f-Itwbpwt, «HIM divine nnfder and (IHUik' th« of it vim tbelr bèck*.    . ..  - The nattvHi tKcaraa UtVaHsed^ beC.  Mr. Roo*ii^rtt  < «M/nòt iU«tnàrad awV ■etwtiar a»-lai*wt..<»»M..'J»e.'^ eta* .'■:■.!&■ rtcad. Eventual ly Ü» Mt of.tha -müht ■ mala were dilitu «A_>ir, SMimIt ar*. ' riving at e««!» at if ÿdadi wltwtoi iBorTilr.¿ after toTrlt».J>oma tit> «WH wltn n IcuiMlb, -»)l )ÖH .ICUjMOt ■ ob^_ «»7 •earcb far lb> lu.Ia.1.    '  Thr ...Bpatcr. KTf. 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