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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU T. U SATURDAY-, AUG. 8, 1,908.
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AMERICAN LEADERS at OLYMPIC GAMES
SWORD HANGS OVER
Rooseveli Takes Hand
Local and National
COI'3 IE3T BAIL-PLAYER
One (l.ii t.cm 1! i Tm l t'n ulitil
comity it Mil Mi Itl.i' ti i iik m
pimn.1 In a row Chicago baa another
"ile ul one" In I'lilo 1 rnnsr Hittl not
Hit' OiiIh Ii en to bull) crliilvl the
thnncoi .tru Hint he would tuvi lost
mill two or throe
Incto ul lit giving 11111 Dlneeti a tie
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(l. 'tent muini lltSltri hllllVll llllll l" a.
I umm aim i iiiKiiuii mui rut miii n
I I II I. . ... It... 1. ....... Il.nl l.n.1 tlflAll
lime 1kivm.hu- Which piiivcd lo lie n
:iicturlno nr the (lioigo Slonu tnrlot),
lur he won nlnu garnet, In n row with
mil losing mi).
Johnson li is "done nliool.cn" tllrt
dust or Paris fiom his No 10, accord
ing lo the 1'renth papers Jnck tried
lo leave without rqtiarWK accounts
COllllty llllllltll lllil- l" iim . .
Willi IM lllli KM-Ill-Hi ''.ill l'l-"" 'N,,l
llu KrtMlv.il bltttr llu grealcrl ilil.l i
.. t. . I.... miiilii K Kill -
f r. .r uiu KruiuMi iMnunniii.'. .
taking all ''''-."iJi I Sou nt of 'the kmnn Iha't I,
l irmi mi uiiifin. in- ' " " "
wlio.1- wink dots mtiiu Hun -m oilier
iiun'a In winning games
l.ajolo ti'nl lo be "II" III only
ilal was II mj Wagner, ami impie
jilillccil critics In the National League
rilniltteil Hint thu gracetul Frenchman
liiul Miniellilni? on thu stocky Ucimaii
n h nn nllarouiicl pla)or Up to a
couple or )cars Hutu wan no iloulit of
r )cars lliuru wan no noiiiit oi . ..... ,,.,.. .., t..t been
LtiJule'tt sunn lino Nol oul wan liu ... .; ... .,. nt ilU '
ho n,o,t womlerri dehor olk.u , ' h , ,)f
l.ijl he also Unci tho In 1 out. .la af- , .. ,, , ..
tcr da) with a i or thai i.ia.lo I.I ii a " ' h cUlg
terror to overv Itclior he face, I. 1) r-, n h (tcdoi, mt ,10
InKhlHctuLT u I iIbcIO an, li. n wltIl ,ho w
tarl) .lass with Olovilan 1. In was ( mul nU nlu, ,, ,.
it "hIiiiskoi" conumialile on!) to I..1I ( Jl)1llE1)M ,li.cktll, ,,, ,rlmk n,i
Delchnnt) ,i,mib about to f.ule awn) to I.nglanil
Hut the Lajolo or today Ib not Iho," , announcer lenpiieareil,
1 ,Joie or old lie Iuh klowe l... on ' ,,, lcar
the Iiimb. Ms erron nie moie re. 1114nat!er8 and a blind!
Muenl. and he no lonser pushes t ho I ' ,t as )1U(,0 ckftr to
ball out on a 1 no us lm iju,l Kj. iomtan h'al ho lnH1,t , r bid fare
AlanaKeilil worrle have ruluc a .. ,,.... 1Ie ..,.,. Ho
once iiiiirKoiw ilii)oi in no M, ,,,,, lu ,,,,,,,, Ba)i BI11Il
the oi.ll.iar top.iouheri. In the Am- '.., .''.,,. mlttc,
.."' '?1a,K"e- . ... , .,!, .An ill) dep.itled 111 liante. ihrlcklni!
IIpiw Wnirnor li.in had no .orrlis, ....: ..... ..... -i i.... n-.i .. ..
. . ' .. ... , .ii i.i,., ion ll.i. an, i iiei-i.uiiiH nun ..ii... "..
liiuiaKerl il in ol herwlse lo pull hlui ..,...,.,.., c.... umll,o lo apiue-
IMIWIl HO IH Hill II IlllKlll) kmuk-- 11
Hi ir lit Idol, ti ion or mi Hie liases. Ho
umiiI.vI in ini'l nl.ivlni: list eiirlllK. bill
no Rii-al wiw the oulci) fnim all Inw.-!
billdoni. and no rmcii uiu nn mm
moan to the 1'ltlHbiiru te.iin. Ih.il liar
no I)re.rm.J. piti"ldeiit or the club.
ptrcmiJll) went to WiiK.ier an 1 bo
toimht him to Htlck lie (111, and ho
!c playlnj: the mine or his lire
Mt-.inw.illi. Ill Hie AliltTlc ill I.e.lKUO
has nilvn n new nt ir one thai will
be RhlniiiK brlahll) wlmi lliat "f Hie
iiilcht) Wpriut hat set
'1) Cobb ilt mini bitniian. demon
Insciunner ami wondurfiil fielder or
the Dttiiilt Ainurleilis Is only II.!
)t.irs ulil He Is He r.nstest man In
(he Amerlcaiil.eaKue Ile Is lilttlnK
at a torrldo clip. He It, as Rracerul
ns a dter nml as nt limit as a lion. Ho
was a sensation last )enr: lio Is n
marvel now. .Inst two driw backs has
Cobb a quick temper and a undent)
dale the .treat honor tlono It Ii) n
lilt fiom such ii nolilo porsoiuRi?,
and would never have the Joy or see
iir him iiBaln. I'oor l'ails.
Jlnilii) Wnlrli. Hie clever Utile bin
tainvvilRht ot llostoii, who sp.unfi a
Mr turprlse In San l"ianc...co a lew
neekt nRo bv kneckliiR out .llmui)
Carroll, tlio bantam-wtlRht c)ianiplon
1 1 in, I'rcillc coast. In tlevui iiiunls.
bus bteii mnlchfd to meet Martin
lumen, liinlani welithl ilmniplon or
Net .id i lor tttinl) roiiudt at tlolil
lleldh, Nev. on I.iboi Da) ntiot noun.
ir thu Ni'lwiii (laiiB sc.ap at 11)
Nov., Iiuln't In en called oir. It would
have been Nelson'b elRliD-fecoud
NELSON HIGHEST SCRAPPER
HattlliiR Nilson )ou'll have to call
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LONDON, Kns. July 0n tllc
lURStaa In tiont of the io)iil box,
riom which the 10) ill standir.tl Hut
teied, tlio Aincrli-nn was the first na
tional llnR to be hoisted. Ttlcc dirt
It ro up, protlalmlnR that tltc Unit
ed States had won flist pl-icc In two
llnnl heats In the OI)iuplc games.
John ri.mli; in. that human tower
or streiiRth, sent It up the (list tlmo
when lie threw the li.itn.ner 170 feet
ft Indies, lne.il.lug by more than two
Teat tho 0l)iupti locortl he made at
St. Louis four )eir3 iiro.
I'or the second liolstltii; Melt In V.
Shcppard was leaponallile In tho fln
ul he it ot the lftOO-mcter lint lace,
In which, thanks to the unfoitunato
allotment ot Moml.i), only two Amer
ican winners ol licaU weie plttcil
against five Britishers nnd one Ci'
When almost everybody thought
tho Americans had lost the heat,
Sheppartl, who hail been taking
things u bit quietly In a position to
ttartl the rear, dashed forward and
made n sensational finish, equaling
the Olympic record time of 4m.
3 2-fts, made by N. P. Hallows of
Knglnnd In tho third heat )estorday,
mid, of coiiisc, better time than that
made by J. D. Llghtbody at St. Louis.
llesldes theso two great victories,
M. J. McOiath won second place In
Set oral Btreet havvkcro were ai--rested
In Now Yoik's crusado aRnlnst
unnecessary nolsu and tho police re
ceived orders to arrest vendors, scis
sors grinders with bells nnd bugles,
old clothes men nnd drivers of un
necessarily nolsv vehicles and tiolley
tms Willi flat wheels.
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t nail III a Slum nuui uy .11119, ju'
)!,l".e l'alin iKnltcd somu powder In a
llroworks factor) at Jersey City. N. J..
the flames spi ending to her dress and
burning her to death.
rjy'Tor Rent" card on tle t
to "swelled head" Sometimes no is mm tn.impioii now can ia ins uum
luckless on the bates nnd makes a mitts upon nvauauio casn tou.i) tiiau
lool or hlniseU. nn) other lighter In the buslueBS. In
ii.. it... li.ni.. tl.nen r.inlla nml 111 rlltuli in tlm IMiattlon ns l01lllOtC,
111! lau :iiiii....) n..." - -- - -
tnko cure or hlnmlr. nothing enn slop lUhlwtlght or the wmld the IJane liu
Cobb from being tlio iiiiiloubltd star pnsstil thu $1lii,U0! figure and Is now
of the InEubill llrmanitiil In the Hi- busily eng.iRt.il In i fuelling the $200,
Hire 1 (.0(1 IlKlire.
It K I Nelson knov h how to kei p Hie coin
NEW TRAINER TOR D0ST0N. or tlm realm. Ho hns been nccustd
of btlng Miitt)" oil ictvr.ll occiidons
M'inigjr Kelit), or the Ilostm Na- but the rtst or tho lighting brigade
llon.il League team, has taktn a new enl) wish the) could lnhtrit that kind
lialnei with him on the Western trip, or roollshntfs. which would mil to
He Is John McCloikev, who lias liten Ihelr ling itcord mil han't account..
Touch" Donovvn's ludilnnt for Uio Still when It comei. down to bollil
I pot bill mid bateball team at Har- lolld fncls NeloH has no tinu to thaak
vaul lor the pat two )ears, but who ror his champloiiHlilp Illinois. Noboly
has had nt least n dozen )eaia"ex- took his beatings and no ono aJmluls
perltnco In h nulling nlhletes. tcred the defeats but himself. To
Utur) allileto kuo-vs "Jack" Mc- date Nelson has ncqulrtd nil or the
Clorikcy Ho bus followed every va- iholco real estate In Htgeswlcli, now
rlely of t,port Iror.i college rootball known as Ilurnham. Ilesldes thla,
mil baseball to boxing and blc)CiC he rtttntl) purchased aomo tluc)nid
ildlug, and lie 1ms been lleiillflcd with pioptrty In California Nelson's big
bouie or iho best peilormtrs Rtst earnings ror ono fight waa nt the
llatk In 1800, when H irr) rikes tune he lought (Inns at Ooldfleld,
and Jlmnit Mlchntl wtro In their . Nev. September 3. 1901!, when ho ro
,im,. .. Mrwli, phnniiiloiis. McClos- telved for his end $22,G0U. Slnco then
key waa learning tho art of training he has been huttl) engage 1 In coast
men and ho did his Uiare toward battles nnd exhibitions. HU lectnt
titling these great rli'cis to niako battle with Cans netted tho Dane
then most wonderful .tcords. Then chiio to $15,000. Irom now on, how
Intel he trained such rldeis ns Mc- over, they will nil hate lo como and
Lean, Morgan Iter I.awson, Joe Fog seo the Dane. The championship tltlu
kr and IMdlo Itoot Is worth Ihonsands. Tho Dane will
Within tho past few )ears McClos-1 bo the biggest card there Is on tho
key has trained a ecoio or pugilists, load, ami hn can well afford to remain
t minis tho most noted being Harry Idle iinleis the piomoteis como
Levis, Hugo Ktly, Abo Atlell, Kid across.
Goodman and Jimmy Walsh. I tl
Whin "Pooch" Donovnn went to NEW YORK POLICE
Cambridge In 190C Jack McCloakoy wjjj, STOp NOISES
was niado his eiilsr asslmant cad tlos- x. w yolk July -jo. l'ollco Comnils-
tst confident. When Donotan waa on Bloncl ignli8 8Cncrnl oidcr lo tho
tho football field Jack was uccl'ig to mcv faTC0 t0 put an end to noises
It that Iho plajtrs v.ero getting piop- ,Ulth rack l0 ,,, ,)jltuula ot this
ii tieatnient in tho locker building ctJ lnon,nB, 1H,0n and night has been
In tho spring no vns wiiu mo ujm-- lm,.v(,a ,, BC,incEB h) tho entlro
ball team alsii All tin bo)s wanted I1(Jllull,tl0II ,ul uiugham Bays ho does
to ho nibbed by Jack. .,, not expect tho order to bo thoioiighly
-At the tnd ot tho ciillege baseball c(rtc,u f()p Bomo tnl0 a8 ,)C0,)1(,
season, Juno 27. Captain Currier, ot nre m nccllsl011)C(1 t() maklllK a
next )eai'H Harvaid n nt. , , , h bt not b(J gl(1.
re-tngngo Mc :C Iwlcay. w lo also vvll CR 0 0
be glinted by tho fo la H team next ; , ' ,l080 Wllkcrg on
fall, nut McClObkcy now has a goo I ' . . ,iBlnrliaiiLQ
contrac with the Does nnupooay - (Uscrc'llon Bt 18t nUoul
H'm n ,l Ik iT, ho snri i" bcro o o iWn "rresls. so as to get the pub
Nallona Lo.ge sta t So .How- Ho ma.lu.lly .dueated up to the Idea
mer as tho biJiball rriMM will end ","" ''st ' mwo l,oaeo ,ul
lor Uostun October 7. McCloskey ma) 'lulpt New ' ,.,,,
assist Do ..van with the rootball play' The nolcenmkers who will get haled
In at Cambridge dm lug tho lat,t to court first unless they mend their
month and a half ot tho campaign VMi)s mo old clohcsinen hawkers ot
; xt It tcgetnhlcs, stiolllng muslctnns, nnd
TiPAn ONPt! nrSHllllECTED virions rakeis, who keep rollowlng
DLAD OMfcb ltbSUJ.tMfcivlt.u icacJ olher ,nceggant,. throiifch the
U tho bateliill seaton rontlnuo- as'ie-l'lenco dlstilcts, cr)lng their wares,
i, i,-i i,i.un fiiirlmr Hiu last thrto T hose who mako unnecessary noises
mo!! W08nw.H,riSl h.low", In history will not bo dealt len.tntly will, after
ns tho tear that so many "dead ones" their first warning,
vvtro rosuntcled Doth big loaguesl Newspapers thurches and tnrloi.B
and sunu. or the minors mo full of oiganlziitlons havo Joined In the pro
old timers that wero suppaieil to bo motion of tho criuado ngilnst tho
"all In," but who hato dtmonstrnted noise, nnd efforts to put a stop to Iho
Hint thty nie still lite wlies, milsanco will evidently not soon bo
Wrltcis mound Iho National wbated. This wan the first day on
League circuit predicted tin oughout which Bingham order was put In
the winter that I.tover, Willis nml foico. Only a fow arrests wero mndo.
I'hllllppe, of tho Pirates, had outlived 'A peddler who hung fclelghbells mound
Ihelr iisi'fiilncEB mil weio Ilt for the Ms horso'a neck to attract uttentlon,
bcrap heap Or the tlireo I'hllllppo and who awakened peoplo In the tcne
has dnno nothing but V.I, lis Ma won ment houses b) the Jang'o, was taken
1) out ot 15 nnd I.eeter has giabbed into eustody between 1 an 1 5 o'clock
0 out of II. I'retty llvelv dead ones, (his morning. Tho magistrate lot him
"Iron Mun" Mcflliiully was such a C(i wit Ii u wuinlng, A barkei for a
babeball mumni) that McOiaw asked jricint bhow, with n strident tolce,
" for waivers on him nnd thcinin fiom vvns fined 1 In tho HaiUm Police
Oklahoma proceeded to win live Couit.
TERRIBLE WORKof NOISELESS GUN
TOKIO. Japan. Jul) 211. In nntlc
lputldnor the visit ot the American
Tleel to Japaucae tv.iteis, tho munic
ipal bodies of mine than one port
hato already taken Initial steps to
cxtetid to ofilcers nnd men n hear
woltomo. On July 7th the Yokohama
miinltlp.tllt' held n conference nt
which the membeis discussed the pio-j
posed icLtpllon In' honor of tho rieet,
which Is expettod to arilvo at Yoko
hama dining October. N. Slltsu
hashl, the Ma)or, pioposcd that a
garden party should bo hold on tlio t
cilcket siounds, to which should bo
Intltcd 2J00 American omcers, tne
Ameilcan Ambassador nnd his stuff,
mid that about 2P.000 )cn should bo (
spent by the city on mis ciueriaiu- NKW yoitK, N. Y.. July .
ment. The pioposal was unaiilnioua- Ulnmlt nny touml oxcopt the patter
ly cairled. A mil pioviuing 101 mo ,,f huliets as the) mndo holes through
cxpcndltutes will shortly be biibmlt- tnrKol3 conEtrutted or pine boards,
ted to tho City Assembly. 100 ghot, a cet.0jul wore dlschnrged
Leading citizens will nlso cite n f0m n niS00JJ ,lml ,)otttleiltbH gun
banquet at the foreign hotel in honor n tho ,oft ()f 10 stnnclaid Meter
or tho Ameilcnn officers. In uddltlon Cul1):lny-L racloi). at No. 215 llob-
lo tho above entertainments, tho Yo- ,1E(m Bt,oti n,tbush.
kohama Chnmbcr of Commerce In- M the, demoiibtiatlon, which was
tends to glvo ii Jnpancso dinner lo nm(,0 ,)ylu,0 tnentcn of the gun,
tho American visitors nt a tea house. rie,lerckJ lianserlcr. a iiicthunlcal
It Is expected that the preparation cl.-Ilccr-'rr j-, -181 Ilejfoid nte
for the occiiBion nt tho cnpltnl will bo m)0i wertuveral meclinnlc.il oxperts,
upon a piopoitionately eluboiato who liadf i,ccn especially Intited to
scalo, following tho precedent cicnt- witness 'tho test,
ed on tho occasion of tho last visit of No ono was I)crniuteil to inspett
tho llrltlsh fleet. Iihn cnn'? which was coninlctolv hld-
J "' ' don by n 'wooden encloauro coiistrutt-
GRAND JURY 'cl alomui t in n corner of tlm loft.
V.i mrnn Ii n Itiii -ctI n it t Ii n witniinn
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Continued from Pare lj ,., .... , ti,,.....i, i,oi i,,
wasn't Infoimcd exactly as to what ....,,',. ., ,. i,.,
. liJC -WlCtlliy lit "till lilt tlV-Ollitt-tl
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any kind and that compressed air has click of Bhells being forced empty
nothing In do with the dlschnree of .fiom tho magazine. . Tho only sound
WASIIINQTON, D. C, July 19.
Indlt-alloiiR lire that n row In the
Navy Department Ih duo t'int wilt
make the Kouterdnlil-Cnpps-Con-
terse upheaval of this spring-appear
tame by comparison. The disturb
nnce Is expected Wcdnesdny when
the President nm t distinguished
gathering of naval officers will meet
at the Navy War College at Newport.
Criticism of tho new battleship
North Dakota will be the subject and
the President Is determined to get
to the bottom of the facts. If tho
ships are being constructed on Wrons
lines lie Intends to call a halt on fui
thcr plans nlong these lines and tho
clnsh of bureaus, that will ensue In
that ovont will be augmented by the
crashing ot the big stick on, ancient
Qrent preparations are being tak
en 'to keep the public In; Ignorance
of the discussion. Armed sentries
will surround the Army College dur
ing the conference, and no.ie will be
permitted to pass. In this way It is
hoped to nvoid the publicity that fol
lowed the criticism ot Henry Kcutcr
dahl, tho marine artist, that the ar
mor plate on battleships was unsklil
Practically all the chiefs or the
naval bureaus nml soverul officers on
the retired list have been summoned
to attend the meeting. Among these
arc Rear Admirals Caspar V. Good
rich, William S. Cowles, A. R. Con
don, William Swirt, E. II. C. Lcutze,
nnd Itojal R. Ingersoll; Captains Aa
ron Ward, Nathan E. Nlles, nnd
Charles J. Uadger; Naval Construct
ors David W. Tn)lor and Richard II.
Robinson; Commanders William S.
Sims and Albert L. Key; Lieutenant
Commanders Clnrence I'. Williams
and Arthur L. Wlllnrd, nnd Lieuten
ant !. W. I'oote.
Kev't Sweepin-; Report
The first topic to be taken up. and,
the real cause for tho calling ot the
conference, Is a report ot Commander
Key to the President, In which he
made sweeping criticisms ot the bat
tleship North Dakota, sister ship ot
the Delaware. These criticisms Imve
been kept a profound, secret, even
from naval officers. Tho plans for
tho North Dakota and Delawaro wera
drawn some time ago nnd submitted
to the rifty-nlnth Congress for ap
proval. It was on these plans In n.
general way that the session Just
adjourned appropriated funds for tho
construction of new all-blg-gun bat
tleships, to bo tailed tho Florida and
Dut, as It Is tho President's Inten
tion to havo the two ships that LotWj
gress authorized as powerful nndveiT
Helen t as they can be made, he will
Insist that. It they are to be built
ulong tho same general lines as the
North Dakota and Delaware, lie must:
know whether these ships are recog
nized as first class. It there Is any
difference of opinion among the bu
reau chiefs he wants to know It be
fore the work progresses to any ex
tent. Criticism of Armament
While, as has been said, the con
tents ot Commander Key's disturbing
J report have not been made public by
tho bitlluts. Tlio mechanism, he ex-1 that came from the gun was the ' the pfegijent, n g accepted that one..
plained. Is simple so simple, In fact,
that nn) one with u bent for inuthin
cry would iindcrstniid it If once per
mitted to examine tho gun.
Power fiom n 7-hoisepotvor elec
tilc motor supplied 'the propelling
loico whlth discharged the bullets.
This power wns transmitted by a belt
which tun from tho lly-whcel ot the
motoi through an opening In tho
t.isemont and mer'jniiotb.or wheel
which wns connected with the gun's
meihnntsnit , .
No sound except the whirl ot tho
wheel camo fiom the gun enclosuie
when thq power was turned on. Mr.
Ilangeitei did not onter tho little
loom housing tho weapon, for' once
tho power tu tinned on It Is not nee
issaiy that nnyono should bn nor
lv i 1 nlAii ttlrt A
11,111 umcu IM...I-. 'l,.,.. Il whlnli HI. ll..ir,l,. ll, .,
When Interviewed this morning. "', "" " ""' " " , """ ,.,..,...,.
n...i... .n.i .,. i,.,... il. ..i l, in"" ,eu mu mot iiiiii;i. mm cue uupper nu iiuuiuu mo uui;
tln'm a 'tin fli1fint. nffrtti Iiaiv l n 1nln i4jl nnii. 41n IiIjIjIa ihiivvIa stf
along will, Editor Islington ot the '"'"". "'"".".r ?". .....'" I " """'.,"" "Tu,,,.7...
Iliillnlln nml fni mm PhUf ..f 11,.. "' 'ub. ti.iaii.i... .....i ...o in- .nu bun cii.nu tun uroi umeia.
tectltcs Tn)loi, had been subpoenaed mention does not reguhe explosltes of wns no explosion, no bmoke, and no
ns u witness before tho Gland Jury
in i.i- T,,,.L,..i,.i mnttnr lirLntium FOltMElt HJifU ULlUflW "i i"o not eriiiiioul uei OI1CUU11 III
connection with Isol, if any, Is jiroli-, TO SUPPORT BRYAN
ably what tho Grand Jul)' Is tr)lngi ,,,.,...,., , ,
In this nutter J iiintunni " "'! ' '""
dropping ot tho bullets Into tho fun
For ton seconds tho bullets were
fed into the gun. The spectators,
crouching behind a woodon partition
that hud been erected to protect
them from rebounding shots, saw the
target, which was about ten feet
square and sixty feet away, riddled
with holes within a second after the
rnln of steel began to rattle on the
halt-Inch plno boards. The bullets
were thiec-elchths of nn Inch In dl-umot'er.
Within two seconds there was a
big, gaping hole In the center ot the
target. Five feet In the rear of the
first target was a second taiget, also
constructed ot rialf-lnch pine, and
ueninu mat, live feet away, was u
third. Having demolished the first
obstruction tho bullets tore through
tho second, and when the power was
turned off tho third target was rid
dled with bullets.
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c ....,i ..... .. i.... lontcht Frank S. Monnctt. former
OlUllllllK UUVUIUIUIICHIB mil OlUlllh . f , I
from tho fact that theso tliico havo nopuuiicaii aiioihc? uraw,ui umu, ptoinu ai once put an mo niacuinery
been subpoenaed, In tlio first place, wno coniiucicti tne probi-tuuuim in. uio i.overiiineni at woik to uo-
Iaukca acknowledged that tho reason lunl t'uo ubi '"" oiuiiiiiiiu uu nuj any coinuinaiion iiuu may ex-
for tho summnry dismissal of Detect- Conunny, and later was omplo)ed by 1st.
Ivo Reoves was because ho was too I'm Intorstato Commeito Coninilsslon "It will" bo his policy," said Mon-
frlendly with llreckons. Ta)lor will gathei mnteilnl upon whlth lo nett, "to dentin;' the wool monopoly
probably nlso bo tailed upon to tell haso tho Government suits, in lived that piovenls competition ns piompt-
bomo nweet-sconted Btorles of olden n"o 1"1 llcl11 " lengthy t'onferento y us tlm com is and hlmseir cun do,
da)B on the pollco forte, Mi. Fur- "I"' Hiynn. Monnott iinnoinictd '11m Amoiltuu tWool Compiuiy has do-
rlngton Is tnmmaiided In tho sub- Hut It Is his puiposo to uctltcty Btip- Htui)til, mi far as (ho piodurci Is con-
poena to bilng with him n photo- l'"t Hiynu in Ohio In tho campaign, cubed, Iho entlro beucllt Bupposed to
graphic copy of tho original $100 nnd that ho will mako numerous liiuio fiom Iho piotectlon of wool,
nolo whlth the Shoi Iff gave to Ibol. rpeothes In honor of tho Democratic They Imte dilven tho price betweon
o to lit Let, 1 1 lull illil lo the piodiicerof wool nnd
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G ' Monnott bald that ho wns autlioi- thu pilco paid by the consumer up
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185. 'z-'l 'y Hiyn to statu Unit bctuuso uoo per cent."
Uryan and Monnett were agreed
piosecuUiiB tho nlleged wool com- that tho Sherman anti-Trust law ns
blno, tvhosa hendciunitors, he claims, t stands today Is Insufficient for any
are In Ohio, lliyau hud iinnounted legal uctton necessary, bbt that the
mat u oiocteii to tuo riesicieucy no uotornment for some unknown rea
son refuses to act-
Dr. Joseph S, Courtney 'of Portland,
Ore., attending tho Hibernian conven
tion at Indianapolis, hus been arrested
thoro on a charge of causing the deulli
of a girl by an Illegal operation.
Tho steanior Bnkkelaget was sunk
by n collision with tho steamer Goto
burg and from ten to twenty passen
gers nro believed to hato been
diowned. according lo ulspatches fiom
Douglas lloxall, n menibci of tho fuc
ulty of tho Cincinnati CoiiBortatory of
Music und widely known as n piano
sololft, died In Cincinnati of append
ot tho chief criticisms made relates
to armament. The manner In which
the ten-Inch guns were mounted was
a matter of discussion at the tlmo
the plans were drawn. The Uurcau
ot Ordnance at the time declined to
permit any Interference with Its
plans. It would surprise ley It the
Piesldent, In view ot all the, circum
stances, abolished the. present Naval
iioaru ot construction auu,suuBinut
cd for It a lioard of peslgn with a
wholly dlffeient membership.
There Is no doubt that this plan
would meet, with the most violent
opposition from Influential quarters
both with and without tile service.
Armed with the constitutional au
thority as commander-in-chief of the
Navy, howovei, tho President prob
ably will not be deterred from taking
such action If he deems It best. In
anticipation ot the meeting the staff
of the War College already has taken
up tho question ot designs for futuro
battleships. These will be consider
ed ut the coming; meeting. There
have also been inquiries along other
lines, und the entlro question of re
form will be threshed out.
Swordi Hanr; Over Mighty
In the opinion of naval officers stn-
tloned heio there Is every prospect
for the greatest row in years In tho
department. It may mean the depo
sition ot several ot the older officers
who have run affairs at their own
sweet will for many years. As these
officers have friends In high places,
the swing of the Presidential "big
stltk" will probably be followed by
a stornTof protest, In which the en
tire naval squabble may take on the
proportions of u scandal.
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Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
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