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   Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Newport, Rhode Island                                Second Edition Second Edition ESTABLISHED 1846. NEWPOFKT, fi. A, SATURDAY, MAY 27, PKICE TWO-GENTS. r THE REFRIGERATOR GOHEY ISLAND E4S DISASTROUS FIRE. That afxVCB ice, that pre- serves food, that's ensy to clean, that Iciuts a lifotime. That doscribes a Rauucy 'to a T. It ifl built of selected hard wood perfect insul- ation, ia lined throughout a-itl.i galvanized eteel, has no iiiterior that ca-nnot be in- -atantly and easily removed fpr oleaning.haB an aliBoluto- ]y .dry air withont tiuestion tlie best adapted refrigerator for Ke.wport clima-te that is iu tlie market. Nearly one thousand of them in New- port to-day. It ia the re- frigerator for ybvV to own if yon have an oyat-o tlie econ- omies, of housekeeping. Prom Dreamlaud, An Amusement Park, Wholly Wiped Out. snfijgration to Hni Startid IrsE HotTar IB "Hell Bad." A. C. TITUS GO., THAMES BTKBET. NflAV YORK, May Is- ,11 tl, (.lie playground or York, offered tho vvorsl Jire disaster of IUJ latory early today. Dreamland, Hie tho aniuaemeni parha, TVBS wlpod out, and about four -blocks ad- olnlog, covered .with boolha, TCS- a.urcjitfl, Uolcle, moving Lplcluro ofl ana rcsortg of various types, were destroyed. Thb Jlre broko oui t 2 o'clock In th moralng And was oL under control'until ihrce "hoars arid CL htUf lator. Tho loaa will .mount to between and Piazza Time 13 Now at Hand. This of courao suggests our Pinzza Ohairs, comfortable and durables. Well made frames of maple, with [xmplc Beats doubly wovon of best A value for PORCH SHADES, fOO. XnttliB common tiualrty, but made from boet oxiside bam- IJDO bnrk. Seclusion and vontilaUon scoured theac very small pricep. Complete, with fixtures, u II.IB it, a x a ft. 10 V YorK in of great 'block of the collateral of TennciiaeQ Coal Jron Company made possible the acquisition of that com by the United States Siecl Corporation. Mr. Gates said he gardcd ihe transact Ion as a Xorccd Tho dp octal KiominiiLcc, of Representative Stanley of Kentucky Is -had, .determined liial Investigation of ihd Tennessee Coal Iron Company dec.1, which Is said to have been approved by President Roosevelt, should bo Lhc dirat subjcci taken up. iMr. Gates Ihu first wit- nesa LO appear .before Iho commission, Asked toy'Mr. Sttmiey it the deal with tho Untied Slates Seed Corporation was not iii'omptotl-by tho nictit the TrusrL -Company of Amer- ica. MT. Gates debJareJ he had hoar a that J. Picrpont Movcan naU suggested iho transaction 'to relievo tha dJg- treHsed condition of a banking "house, "It lias been stated on apparently food said LMr. Stanley, "that at' t he time the Tennessee Coal Iran Co. was acquired by the Unlied States Steel "Corporation, a certain business firm, iho name not gives, would have Iftllcd if help hart no: :at ihli 'Unas.. May Krncst Hamilton, cashier of tha SouiLinbrldgo National 'Bnnk of South- bridge, who disappeared Tuesday, was Cound at o'clock this forenoon -at the railroad atnilon ai Albany, N. V. A daspauch from _thiu -cliy 10 friends hero atiUca that Is mentally III. The of H ami Lion's discovery come thronffh a telwpnouo moss ago trom ilio xiT iho Albany to Ernest D. Alexander of'fMs town, who hag been active In the search for ,Lho missing bauk olliciaJ. According Lho Albany chk-i. Hamilton wa silting- Jn the rJiJHvay .sliUlnn al Al- bany this foreman, reatllns a news- paper, when lie noticed Iris own pic- am! u story af his (ILsati and the search lhal was made 'or him. Then It v.'aa that Hamilton to realize where he was. He finished roacJInyr I'lic account of hlj? dts- rind -ihcn, njiLiroiu- he showed him Hid said "I am II ami lion for -whom they arc 'The iiolxomon tin-w thrxt The m.in un- awured the ditscrLpLion of 'Ilajiillton, and asked 'him to gX) to Lhu Leo station. The thief of police Hamilton mid him- self that ulio man .who bocn hini WAS rlu; bank ofllcial. lie sent 'Hainflion to, a. hospltn.1 and callril .Mr. AJex.iHdi'r" ol this town by telephone. A tew Jays .Mr-. tin- pollco chlof or Albany and other cllltg to be on iho wut-ch fci Hjjniliou. rlio lolo- phone conTinttnicatlnn 'had estalf- been given, und that ihls fiun had amonf ILM assets .the majority of Iho stock uf Uhe Tcnnosatc (Coal and Iron Company, and ihat advances wero mada to the -U nitccl Situcs yiccl Oor- Dennis Shanahan, Hay, Grain and Salt. POULTRY UNO DAIRY FEEDS. COMMERCIAL WHARF. M. BIESEL, Goods And all Materials; Wool, Hand. Made, Knit and Croohet Qooda.. Toyi, Dplli, dtamplhg, PUMng and RInklng. 160 BELLKVUE AVENUE. EVERY TON GUARANTEED In quality and weight. la ho We mean Just what we say. Try us on your coal supply this year. NEWPORT COAL COMPANY, OPP. PO8TOFFICE. ESTABLISHED 1332. TELEPHONE 79. Pictures and Framing, Our equipment, of this department is tho best in the Bring your pictures and diplemna hero and let us do your framing, you done. save money and have ae WINDOW SHADES. We cut and fit to any size wiivdows and represent ful in quality and colors to select from. Have your Oriental Rugs repaired and cleaned at a verj price. THE KAZANJIAN COMPANY, BUILDING. A. H. BOETAX, nearly concluded. Then tlio tJlsgeslof the 'pan.Ic, broke TronV his bonds." smashed MR way" through -the barriers and leaped Into the street, already-packed by a throng" of specta- tors. He dlvei straight Intq tho middle of ihe throng1, Consternation, seized, the multltud.6 'and tlic crowd nuslled poil- ihcll in an directions In panic. A. mounted .policeman camerat the crouching beast hi the of the wide iivenuo with drawn revolver, Twlcu.he shot and "twice missed1, tho lion bucking away from tho glare and noise of the explosion. Then- six: more mounted police lined'up in front of the lion and opened a fusllade. Hacking snarling and leaving1 a trail of blood from many wound--, the lion made his "way across tho avenue Into Ihe darJt wooden tunnels of "The Rocky Tload to Dublin." In a -black coiner be- nealh painted scenery of equatorlo-1 he -mado hts last sLand. Three ma] volleys were required to finish 1m and "he sank to the rldilled ke a bleve. To rnnko sure Lhui he was ee.d, one ot the policemen pulled down EXC from behind the seencryand r.ocked the skull In two. Aa soon. as.the crowd waa he lion .was no .more, they rusredr In nd. literally tore Lhe carcass to blln I or souvenirs. The llrst man on. Lhe scene look the tasseJed. :iall, tho next I hreo divided tho long mano .and GO ,ien fouffht ajmongr themselves for the lonor ot possessing one oC his- teeth. tho escape of the biff 11- >n had cut snort the" work; of the an- mal men and flre was already tn he menagerie before their work was ompletod. Sixty of the 105 animals were left to die by flre. Almost before Uie their josc connected to the hlffh prcasure aps along1 tha street ,the grea-t Dreamland, tojver with lis glare of many thousand electric bulbs, fcJl In- 0 the lake and the swept on- be- oiul the bounds of Dreamland to the iorde of little booths and: concessions vhlch lined the narrow streetas be- yond. The Dreamland pier Jutting far out Into the ocean, with Us riroad bur- den of stancia and booths, was swept j to KB steel foundations. The only casualties reporter! toy the police were overcome by the smoke, one a fireman and Iho pther two nurses In the Incubator hospital] All three revived" without diffi- culty. Had. the nre atarte'd two hours' r-orl- ler, when (hn. crowd oC sightseers thronged the concessions, [he disaster "d have been an appalling one, DrearoJand closed up shortly after midnight and! tlie were nearly by 2 o'clock. -About MO om- ployc.s Htlll In but all escaped. "le nre all over Brook- lyn and Jowcr NOT.Y Vork before 3 o'clock the rapid transit trains were bringing a throng1 of elghtscers1, whtjo 1 'nD wore crowdfid. with automobiles bound Conoy -vvfird. Tho slrceta o( ijie Is'.and are not wide and Incoming1 crowds Interfcrcrt porlously with tre work of tho firemen and awamped tha pollco- rpacrvea- Tlio flre, coming on the ovo the flrst srUffiincr hoKday, aasurriea greater financial Importance to Iho manage- ment than ,it almost .i.ny other time during the senaon. Practically all of the concessions opened their dnora lawt Saturday and beginRlns today tl'.sy counted on practically four days of large Th6 cause of the flre will (probably ncyrr-he deflniitly dc- tnrmlncd, though It (3 supposed U had Its origin ftvwn the hoi tar In "Hell Hate." A new I25D.QD0 scenic railway built by flhlcapo InvcrJMr.q, "which wsi to liavc- been opened was among lha slructurofl destroypd-- FormcT Slate .-Wllllaro H is Iht principal oivncr of DrcamlanJ. notified of tte flra [Coatlnued on -Ninth FOR REE. UPPER TE1TBUBNT, 172 Thames Street, ii lished tho Albany f.JHofs fot jioralion Lo "purchase this stock in or- der 1.0 averi a -IJIULLC. do you know aliout iitat "In the oxehangc of tills Gatii-s replied, fi. dollar ciui hande. No "bank galneil an1-' as.set uy ft." any member of SL firm, or bank jnakk.1 a pronoslllon to the Ualled ytateg Steal to ihe Tcnneasee- Cual -iron Cu. o_s a. com- liaratively worthless .proporty aaked Mr, Stanloy. "There ure a. great many Mr- Gates replied. was told tha: a cer- tain bank In November, 1007, ap- plied lo-the clearing .house for as- A com mil tec was ap- pointed .to examine tta aagcts. They ULscovcred several 'million of the hank's funds out on slock oC I lie Tt-'nncssea Coa( Iron Company. They ropon cd to Ihe clearing housa that (QJ muali had -been loaned on Coal t Iron collateral. Stock brokers loJd- mo that as a rc- yult of this Investigation a gentleman was Invited to Air. Morgan's Mr. -Morgan suEecsted to him that TO relieve the situation the United Slates Corpornlon might acquire the Tonn- Coal Iron Co. That led up .to tlie negotiation afterwards concluded." Mr. Stanley wamcd to 1C Mor- n and others JiaJ ever tried to ac- quire Iho Tennessee before, wILli a to securing a monopoly. _Ur. Gates said he could not tell -what wus In :ihc mind of Lhc pur- Jn reply to a Question hu aaldi that he regarded It a's tt forced sale. "-What financial power forced asked Air. Stanley. "Woll as I have said, I surmlgo It was HID finding of too much Tenn coal and Iron as collateral in one of the >xur tnnn. you euru asked Mr. Alexjui- dcr. ropTIod chief, j'ho nn- sivcrs ;Jic rJi-scrjptlon In every reaped." Tho oC 'IlanU-U'on'a dciciulon was Immcdiaioly commiinlcalcd n> family, ami a seiU u> lYif inlssing jnan's -brother, went Lo North A'clam a this forenoon to prose- cute Uhc? search. As soon ,-LS Herbert tCamUtoii Mud received the liu left for Albany on the Drat train- (o iMr. Alf-x.inder did not give any details regarding Jlani- IIton's menial condition, but H was understood thai ho -was .somi.'i.i'Jiai de- ranged and .llin.t he .waa se-n-t Lo tho Hospital on I'liai account. Later in the forenoon, 'Chiof. -Maiiiilnff of iho Greenfield "-police 'had a. tolnp-hono con- versation with tho Albany- ohlefr.....It- was them Jearned. 'that ihe policeman to whom 'Hamilton upako iwaa also reading thry account nf sit the time, and recop. nlzed Hnmllion as sopn as the Inltor hud made known hla Ulentlty. HnmlU ton then falhted'-in tho -iwllccman'a orms. TlainHton's F, ll'amllinn, und Eruc-si Atoxanclci Ic'fl Grcc-nlield for Albany at 1.1: Ip a, m. UPPHU TENEMENT, 70 Mill Street, per jnonth. UPPER TENEMENT, 2T Greon vStreet, S18.00 per mouth. COTTAGE, Road, if 20. 00 per mouth. Wm.E.Brlghtman, 164 BelleTue Avenue. Phone 6. OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED Tuesday, May 30. t 4M acllf to your THE BEE HIVE, "-Did Mr. Morgan haye a decided In- Huencc over this- norslsled Mr. Stanley. "I don't said Mr. Gates. "It Is dinicult to -tell where a man's in fluoncc starts or end3 In AVatl Streci." Mr. Gates anid Ihe bank In ques- tion, the Trust Compojiy of wanted ho added, they got li." TO ASK FOR CHANGE OF LAW. Pothfar Fossae Reply fh gard to Leprous Boy, tUlOVID'RN'eD, May to the request of Governor Penh Mint Harry Sheridan, the leprous .boy of .Pa.-wtuckct, be admitted to blo-nd, GovcTnor Fosa Indicated In letter received today that ho will ask the to chanpo law Ir order Lhat Ihe proposed orrangemcn can ba iocorapUshed, Vnllcljiatlne the request of Rhoda Iala.nrl Oovcmw asked -the at- torney general .for an opinion. The- at- torney general declares that the board of charity, -which, has of Pcndkea, no authority to ednilt a. person irom anot'hnr and that log-iBlalion would be ncceJi- PROBABLY OVERWORKED. Cashier Hajmilton of Southbndge Na- tioral Bank in Health. SOUTirBIUDGE, MJJB., Hay Caahler Ernest D. Hamilton of the outnbrldgo National Bank lofc .Hie hk at 3 p. m. ]ast Tuesday and b-jarclcd a car for Springfield on hin way tu Greenfield, hlw former he-mo. ProvJoua- to his npnoJniment as cusliler of Ihe Soulhbrlrtfe National Bonk, last mornH, he had been, teller of the Franklin County National Bank of roenlicld. When ho cHsappcnred It woa sufipoctcd thai he had broken down mentally throupft Illness and overwork, as hlHJiocounts were In per- fect condition. Three years apo, whan Hamilton -moved -from Ornnffp, where ho -was teller In iho Orange Nailonal Bank, to Greannelu, ho had1 an attack of loss of -memory, lie founoJ himself one night on his hands and knees near the residence of hln fnther on Chestnut Tcrriico wlih a cut on hta face, Since coining to Southbrldg-e he haa Ijee-ii working very hard gelling in touch -wllh hJa work. Mrs, JJamlJlon li In GrcenfieW, and Is staying wUh the father of Hamilton, an cx-po3Unaater of Greenfield. Hai.illlon, when he left was on his way to GrcenfloIcTto mnke arrangements to move his family und ffootlff to .Wnon he Ui roach nhomo Tuesday night, Mrs. Ha-mllLon, hJa father. and other frlonUs .were naturally disturbed: at MJ non-arrival. Judpe Field. Chief of Po- llco Manning and olhor OreonAeld frlonds of Hamilton and n eijuad of hlffh school boys searched tha country about Sprlnpnelcl and GrcenAeld for fioreral days, but founiT no clue to the misaing caslifer afler ho was seen In on of his disap- pearance. Edward A, Brown 274 Tharnw Street. George E. Vernon Co., Cabinet Makers, Dpliolsterers and Decorators. just opened our varied Siiortmeiit of Coverings and Wall Papers 91 JOHN STREET, R. I. Governor aald he laka the mauor up at once. As there la now a boy about at tho U-per colony he thinks it would be to furnish hfm with a- com- panion. COLLIDE OUTSIDE OF PORTLAND. British Battleship Qallerophon and the Inflexible Come Together. PORTLAND, EnfiiancI, Bntls-h battleship Bcilfrophon and crulacr Tnflcxlbio were In collision to- day ontHlrte of hartjor. The Infltxtblc ntruck on the utarboard bow, n font hole below 'tlin whlor ]inc. of her com are flooded- The J now In this harbor making tions foi- docking. Ca-jiU-iln Trcvylyn D. W. of tho Rellf-rofpnon and Captain Cbarlcs TJ. of Lho In- aro (brothers. STBAJIBRS ARRIVED. New Tork, May 27. SanI Anno, from THE SKIPJACK CHRISTENED. Naval Submarine Tbrptjdo Boat Launched at River Yard. THE QU-INCY, arawi., May Sklp- a now United States eub- marlne torpedo boM, at l-'oro nh'p yardia tnday. The Skipjack clirlnccnutl Iiy -Mrs. D.. It. iliatLk-g, wife "of the nrtt axslstaJit nfi-val constructor hero. When Lhu new mAmartno makca her trial -trip her buJMcre aay ehe will do 15 knoLi. an hour en ih-n surface. T-p-o US power mrilorB will drive her at n, rapid rtoo when she- Is noni botow. Tho .Skipjack Is i3T> lias fv 14-foot hoajn und will ttiuln-ped T-or Action wli'h six of yard, range. STBA3i SI A SCON SET. York, from und nnernourff for New York, 301 of Sandy Hook at n. m.; will dock lain lonlq-ht or S a. m. .Sunday SIAfiCON'cvTvT, Mns.i., May Oceanic, from. Xoplts fnr Now Yorfc 273 mike cas; n( Handy ffook at a. m.; dock nhmit f> a m. Sunday RAFtt.R N'ovfl RcofTa, May Wnshlnffton, from fur Torh, 730 mllcn eftflt o? Sanely Hook at a. dork about a. m, Monday. 1 MARLBOROUGH MARKET, 94 Thames Street, Tel. 76-77. TION DAY VALUE SPECIALS ON PAGE 2. SPECIAL BIG A New Supply of Shoes and Rotors AT THTt BIJOU SHOE DEPT., THAMU rrHurr, HESS-LEYS CO.   

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