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MAIN 711, MAIN 3871
New York Health Department
MUCH SICKNESS WILL ENSUE
People Whose Health and Lives Were
Endangered by the Accumulation of
Filth Sided With Strikers and Im
peded the Work of Cleaning TJp.
NEW YORK, June 28. Early today
scores of carta manned, by non-union
men and volunteers from the health de
partment sallied forth to tackle the
mounds oi garbage and refuse that has
accumulated in the streets since the
strike of the city'a drivers began, ten
days ago. The East side where the
conditions are especially serious because
of the dense population, was visited, and
at daylight considerable progress was
made in removing the foul smelling ref
use. Conditions in some parts of the
congealed uit. L ' jv m VU ' o
when the refuse piled makes the streets
impassible. Several doctor who have)
visited the districts where conditions
are . worst, say that a great deal of
sicknes and many deaths must neces
sarily follow as a continence of this
The Health Department which has
been called upon by the Mayor in this
emergency to prevent pestilence, is mo
ving with vigor. Dr. Walter Bensil, who
ha been put in charge of the work with
full power personally to direct we on
slaught on the garbage heaps today.
It is a curious fact that the people
whose health and very lives are menaced
by the prevailing condition yesterday
aided the strikers in an attempt to
drive awav workmen who bad been sent
to remove the garbage. Realizing this
curious situation, Dr. Bensel called for
and is receiving ample police protec
tion. The strikers are showing signs
of uneasiness now that the Health De
partment hM taken hold and have sent a
communication to we newspaapers
fering to arbitrate.
of Police of Council Bluffs Has
CHICAGO. June 29. A dispatch to
the Tribune from Council Bluffs, la.
Chief of Police Richmond has struck
upon a unique scheme to prevent the
premature celebration of Independence
Day by deputizing boy and girls to act
as special police.
A long line of youngster lined up yes
terday and received appointments and
assignments. Each was required to take
the regular oath of a patriot and then
the young-tern were assigned specific
The novelty of having the power of
arrest over the boy in the next block
has appealed greatly to the younghsters
who are showing their appreciation by
keeping a sharp lookout on every boy
who purchased fireworks, quite to the
disgust of the dealers.
ITALIANS TO CELEBRATE.
Garabaldi's Birthday Celebration Comes
on Fourth of July.
NEW YORK, June 29. Italian re-si-Jentu
nt Vnir Vortr nil! loin in this year
with Americans in celebration of July
4. The reason is that Julv 4 is the
lnrtlidav of Carabaldi. and this year is
the 100th anniversary of his birth,
While the Italian government has appro-!
nriatM 200.000 for a fittine celebra-
tion in one, New York Italians have not
been backward in preparation for the
To - Morrow
Greatest of all Rural
PHONE MAIN 713
Since Garabaldi lived, fur a period of
his exile on States Inland, it is fitting
that th Italian should wake a pilgrim
age to Clifton to designate the pantheon
that now covers the humble cottage in
which he lived. More than thirty thous
and mm are expecting to be in line for
the march to the scene of the ceremo
MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED.
Arrested For Murder of Armenian Priest
In New York.
NEW YORE, June 29. From infor
wation contained in a cablegram, re
ceived at police headquarters tonight
from Marseilles, may clear up the niur
der of Rasper Vetarian, the Armenian
priest whose body was found in lodg
ing house here a month ago. The cable
gram stated that Boghus Farkain has
been arrested there at the request of the
New York police for the priest's mur
METCA1F BACK AT CAPITO.
WASHINGTON, June 29.-Seeretary
Metcalf returned yesterday from Oys
ter Bay where he conferred with the
President regarding contracts for two
30.000 ton battleships, and several sub
marine boats, and other matters which
he desires to close up before leaving for
the Pacifie Coast .
Adjustment of Operator's
SMALL IS VERY CONFIDENT
Labor Commissioner Neil Was In Con
ference With Deputy President Eon
enkamp In New York No Details
SAN FRANCISCO, June 29 President
Small of the Commercial Telegraphers'
Union said tonight the prospects of the
adjustment of the trouble between the
Western Union and Postal Companies
and their telegraphers are very bright.
He says it is the firm opinion that the
affair will be adjusted before another
week rolls around.
NEW YORK, June 29. Labor Com
misionep Neill came to New York from
Washington, today, and this afternoon
held a conference with the executive
committee of the Telegrapher' Union
After the conference Deputy President
Konenkamp stated that both the na
tional and local situations were die
cused but refused to Bay just what
length the matter had been gone into.
MICHIGAN FOREST FIRE.
8AULT STK MARIE,Iiine 29. Mil
lions of dollars, worth of timber on the
northiibohe of Lake Superior is threat
ened with destruction by a forest fire,
Unit started in the woods there a
couple of days ago. The timber. is ex
Japanese Becoming Convinced That Race
Prejudice la The Cause.
TOKJO, June 19. Another serious re
port of anti-Japanese feeling in San
Francisco has been received to the effect
that the San Francisco authorities have
placed an embargo on Japanese etigag
ed in the business of intelligence acn
cies and line also refused them licene
of every kind thus preventing them
from engagin gin any other businesH
than that of a purely commercial char
acter. Should the report be confirmed it
will serve to confirm the belief here
that the display of anti-Japanese feel
mg in that ity is based on
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Judge Wood Anxious to Conclude
THE STATE IS WELL PLEASED
Prosecution Congratulates Itself On
Testimony Give By Some of the Wit
ness for the Defense Defense At
tempts to Disprove Orchards Words
BOISE, June 29. Departing from the
rule established by Judge Wood when
the Haywood trial commenced the ses
sion today will continue through twb
es-ions. L'p to the present, Saturday
has been a half holiday, but Judge Wood
if anxious to conclude the case as early
as possible in July, and will waste no
time. Next week, on account of Jhc
Fourth of July celebration, court will
lie obliged to adjourn, shortening the
weeks work to five days.
This morning the defence continues
evidence on Orchard' alleged experience
in the (Joeur d'Alenes and by witnesses
will endeavor to disprove his statement
that he was one of the men who blew
up the Hunker Hill and Sullivan mines.
After thi it is possible that the Colo
iiiflo end of Orchard's story will be ta
ken up, and Max MalUh, who has been
ijxikcn of by Orohard us one of the men
who suggested the blowing up of a
boarding house at Denver where non
union men were staying, will be on the
stand. It Is probable that his direct and
cross-examination will take up a con
siderable piirt of the day. Mr. Darrow,
who i conducting the defense, lays
down no definite program of witnesses,
Clothes of the
but, according to the plan's laid last
night, the Coeur d'Alenes will be the
first scenes before the court today.
The state l congratulating itself up
on the admis-km maJe yesterday by
the former niemiier of the executive
board of the Western Federation, D. C.
Copley, who said that while he was in
San Francisco, Orchard's conversation
with him led him to draw the in for cute
that Orchard claimed to have some con
nection with the explosion at the Ilrnd
ley residence. They alo express satis
faction over the ndini-slon. by Copley
that'Lyte Gregory, who Orchard says he
murdered in Denver, waa a detective for
the mineowners. The state has so far
been unable to get before the Jury any
reason for the killing of Gregory.
On the other hand, the counsel for the
defense, do not hesitate to expres much
jubilation over the testimony of the
Scotchman. Thomas Wood, who wa the
first man to go over the ground in the
Vindicator mine after the explosion and
the killing of Heck and MuOrniack,
His evidence went far to prove that
the explosion wns due to an accident.
The inference is that MeCormack took
the box containing 25 pounds of dy
namite with him when he left the eighth
level to go to the sixth, and that the
pistol carried by Beck, accidentally ex
ploded, netting off the dynamite., Wood
aid he was not called n a willies at
the coroner's inquest and he frankly
stated to the court that he thought the
reafon he wns not culled was that no
one knew he was there. Wood was a
discovery by the defense.
It is now expected that the defense
will have finished the direct examination
before adjournment for the Fourth.
In this event, the rebuttal testimony
may be concluded by the end of the
week. Much dermis, however, upon the
progress made, by the defense in its
effort to open up the alleged conspiracy
of the mine owners.
FRISCO STRIKE CONFERENCE.
HAS FRANCISCO, June 20. A con
ference between .president Calhoun of
the United States fiuilron.ls and a nnm
her of labor leatiders who have been
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playing an important part in the con
duct of the carmen's troubles, was held
here yesterday. The strike situation
engaged the attention of the conferees
for something like three hours, and
when the delegation of Islwr leader
finally withdrew from Calhoun' office,
the story spread that the street car
strike was in a fair way to be settled.
The settlement. If one Is reached, will
not, It is declared, involve any cones
ions - form Calhoun or any action
whatever on the part of the street rail
The trouble will be brought to a con
clusion, it is said, by the withdrawal
of all the support now accorded the
Cnruiens Union by the varloiu local
labor organization., represented on the
campaign committee of the allied unions.
YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL SCORES.
At !s Angeles !,o Angeles 0, Sn
At San Francisco Oakland 2, Port
At Butte Butte 7, Aberdeen 2.
At Seattle Seattle 9, Spokane fl.
At New York ltnrvnrd 7, Yale 2.
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"Itoci tin; Iml-y talk yet?" askoJ
friend of tu'i family.
"No," replied tlm baby's tllKxu.jtod
llttlu brotbor; "tlm baby doesn't need
to tall:." ,,
"Doesn't need to talk?"
"No. All tin; buby has to Co Is to
yell, uud It gets everything tliero Is In
the liouso that's' worth having.'! Tit
"Hello, Jinks! I hear you ore living
In a boarding house."
"You hoard wrong. I'm boarding In
a boarding bouse,"-Wanblngton Her
aid. .-: - '
It la a maxim with me tbat no man
waa aver written out of a reputation
but by blmself.-Bentley.
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