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HILL AND CROKER
Old Political Leaders To
Take Part In
SIGNIFICANT SWITCH OF
THESE TWO TO BRYAN
NKW YOltlv, N. Y., Allff. 20.Tlio
Ciiniinl liner I.iisltnnlu IIiiIhIiciI u
Bcusiitlnnnl niti nciost tho Atlantic:
Jit !l:30 o'clock lonlRlit, itnil when
thi) olllcl.il (Ikuics for tho It lii hecamo
auitl.ihlo nftur (ho llnor had nnclior
uil tmishlu tho Imr for tho nlRht, It
ilovoloped that tho hlg turhlncr hml
not only lowcteil nil iocouIh fpr tho
trnns-AtlnntIc oyn(jo by nearly four
hours, hut that sho hnil nlso hroKcn
thrco other icconls. Tho olliclnl tlm
liiK f tho LuHltanhi placed hor olf
Datmta Ilocl: nt 10: SO o'clock laat
Sunday. Steaming ubrcust ot the
lightship at fii.io tonight, sho had
mailo tliu paBsngo In Just four dnjs
nml flfti'on liouis. Tho hont iuovloui
ciocrd, m.idu by hor on November S
labt, was four days mid sixteen hours
nml forty minutes, her new pci form
unco loworlng tho piovlous nmrk by
(hi co lioumuinil forty minutes.
On tho wholo tilp ot 27111 miles
thn I.usltnnla nuiilo mi uvcrngo
sprcd ot 25. on knots nn hour, n now
record, tho provlous ono being 115.01,
mado by her on her record trip luBt
November. Tho third record biokon
la that for tho greatest day's run
fiuO knots up to noon of tho 27th In
which hho also set n now pneo In
steaming an nvortigc of 25, CO knots
for tho twenty-four hours.
Tho clay's tun to noon of each day
wore: Sunday, 21 Knots; Monday,
cr.O knots: Tuesday, C31 knots; Wed
nesday, 02.1 knots; ThuiHd.iy (to
noon), 010 knots; and fiom noon to
day to 'JiSU tonight, 210 knots',
They Opposed Cleveland and Then
Came Into Line They May
Repeat It With Mr.
(Baft Correspondence )
Washington, Aug. 18. What bodes
It that I)aM Hcmictt Hill and Hlcli-
ard Crokcr lino been upending a
wcck together nt tho Crokcr placo In
Ireland, and that Rlnmltaiiecnmly with
tho announcement of this rather ro
markablo M, tho former boss of
Tammany announces that ho will
ciimo to this country during tliu cam
palgu mid giro his moral support to
And right along with theso an
nouncements, Doss Murphy puts out
a declaration full of confidence, that
tho Democrat) aro going to carry Now
York this j car.
A conference of Choker and Hill at
tho hitter's homo at this tlmo could
hardly fall to Bet all tliu political goes
sers a-lliittcr; and It Biirely Iiiih had
that effect In MOO, nt tho Kansas
City convention, which gau Hryiin his
fcccond nomlnitlcin, thoy did not work
In tho utmost harmony; but ically It
was haid at that tlmo to lull which
of tho twain was innio Interested In
the effort to down llr.wm. Hill ami
Crokcr wcro two bosses of that dele
gation, ostes Worked Together.
Hill wanted to foico a ronf.crntlio
platform throimh tho conu'iitlon.
Crokcr cooperated with him In this
nnd g.ivo him Ous Van Wjck for Now
York's member of tho resolutions
committee. Tho convorvntlCH had
control of tho committee, Indeed, In
the beginning, mid Ilryan would suio
ly bo defealcd In tho platform loom,
but for phijlng his laBt curd: ho tele
graphed tho commltteo that unless
tho money phnk of lf.00 wcro specifi
cally, verbatim et lltuiatlm, restated,
he would lefus'ij the noinlnallon.
That was ciioiigh. The committee
Miricndcrcd, and both Hill and Ciok
cr wcro defeated whllo Ilryan tilled.
Both Opposed Cleveland.
Klght onrs boforo that, Hill and
Ciokcr had made common causo
agaliiRt (timer Cleveland lu tho 1N02
ionuntton ot Chicago. Crokcr did
that lather because he hated Cloe
land than bcc.iu?o ho lined Hill. Now
York gao Its delegation to Hill for
president, and Crokcr was for Hill;
but despite It all. William C. Whitney
defeated them and nominated Cleve
land without his own state. It looked
gloomy to try to elect Cleveland with
out Tammany ami with Hill sulking.
Hut Whitney went to Hill and got him
BttnlKhtcncd out so far us was tiicos
s.uy to assuio ho would do no active
damage. Then, to oxeij body's sur
piiso, Tammany ramu around to
Cleveland It did so lierauso Ciokcr
wanted to icpay to Whitney a favor
tho latter had done him many jc.irs
Still Have Followers.
Since that time, mid since 1000. the
iclatloiiH of Ilrjan. Hill and Cioker
have, mini all accounts, become bet
ter than ever bofoie. True. Hill ami
Cioker are out of the active game;
but they mo et looked up to and re
veled by their ancient followers.
If thoy should decide to get togeth
er, mid, returning from Kin one, make
joint appeal to their old followers to
stand for Ilryan and put the Democra
cy on Its feet, they would cause a
tremendous swoop of tho old enthus
iasm In the state.
Mr. Crokcr became reconciled to
111 .van even bofoio Hill did. Tho
thing which brought both theso men
to realize that Ilryan was Inevitable,
was first tho tremendous defeat of
Parker In 1900. After this, theso wlso
heads tecognlzcd that Ili'janlsni nnd
radicalism weio not to bo shunted off
bv tho party. It would bo haul to say
nt what point Crokcr forgavo Ilryan,
but it came about In a fashion which
was entirely satisfactory to Ilryan and
his selftespect. Ho has for tho past
year been decidedly for Ilryan, has
said so topeatcdly, cabled Mr. Hrvan
offering to help him befoto tho Den
ver convention nnd again nfter It, and
is now in conferenco with David II.
Hill lu a confab which will hardly fall
to treat of national politics New
York state's relation to national poli
tics. New York Center of Interest.
Conning over nil theso and a good
many other aspects of tho situation,
the politicians mo getting their atten
tion centered on Now York as It has
not been for many months. They mo
woudoilng If Crokcr plus Hill, plus
tho flopiihllcan troubles, plus Demo-
cratglc union, with Murphy, Mack and
Connors working together whether
nil this might nfter all make tho big
state doubtful. Tho Republicans look
upon tno situation Just now ns far
ltom reassuilng They expect to win,
Indeed, aro confident of It. but the
spcctaclo of Democrats getting toncth
cr In such fashion docs not please.
Tonight tho t.umley Company
malies Its aloha performance ot "Cu
in 1 1 1c" at tho Orphcum and, judging
by the hooking,, u teprescutntlvc and
large audience will be In nttendnmc.
"Camllle" has evidently struck it pup
ttl.ir chotd nnd Miss Thornton as tho
hciolnc Is Very nifcttlng, holding tho
audience In a tense mood during her
grlef-strlckcn kcencs. Heal tears
wcro shed by manv In tho audience
last night when Mio made her p.is-
slonato farawcll to Armund. A num
ber of box parties wcro present and
tho hit go number of automobiles
waiting outside the theater was a
blgn that society was out In force.
Tonight Is tho last appearance nnd
those desiring good teats should book
Monday night Mr Iltchnid Ilulilor
will glvo "Why Smith Left Homo" In
which lie will be the tolo bcncllclnry
nnd on Tuesday night tho company
Gets a testimonial benefit, for which
Messrs, Cohen nnd l.umlcy hnvo given
tho theater and the play will bo
Zara," with a big olio of variety
acts. Secure scats early.
Assistant Superintendent of Pub
lic Works Klucgel has mndo his to
tort on water conditions lu tho Kula
district to (lovcrnor 1'icar. through
Superintendent Campbell, (lovcrnor
I'rear was not at his office during tho
latter part ot this morning.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 11, 1908,
From 10:30 n. m. to 4 p. m.
I.oo Chuck to Tong Wo Co I,
Entered for Record Sept 12, 1008,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Cecil Hi own tr b ally to Joseph
A M Johnson Itcl
Knlkalna to Sarah K Alona I)
C 11 Alitna Atoua and wt to 1 C
John O Serrao to Bernardo Ilcnto
and wf Ucl
Denial do Ilcnto and vvf to John U
HARVARD'S INCOME IS
NEARLY A MILLION
CAMIIUIIKIK. Mass., Aug. 18.
Artordlng to the report ot the liar
nnl College treasurer, tho Invest
nicnt funds of the lollcgo amount to
10,977,011, on which tho annual In
tomo is $U IS, 170, or 1.73 per cent.
(icneral Investments aggrcgnto
$17,31 1,220. .More than $B,O(iO,O0n
mo Invested In tailro.id bonds, over
Jl.ono.OOO in tallroad slock. $2,000,
000 lu te.il estate, mid $1,500,000 In
traction bonds. Ilesldes, tuoro than
$2,.r.()0,000 me Invested In sundry
bonds ami $l,12.ri,000 In mortgages
DOWN EAST ELECTIONS
IIOSTON, Mass. Aug. 21. At tho
conclusion of tho New Hugl.ind He
publican confcienco today 1'nink II
Hitchcock, chairman of tho National
Committee, announced that he hail
found over) thing In-good shapo and
tho expectations of leaders mo that
tho usual Republican majorities lu
New Hngland will bo rolled up this
fall for tho national ticket. Tho con
fcronco hero today was Ono of tho
most important Hitchcock has held,
for the reason that In less than ten
days thero will be an election in Vcr
mont and two weeks Inter .tho elec
tion In Maine will bo held. Tho sit
uatlon in thoso States, therefore, was
given close attention,
Tho leptcsentntlvcs from Vermont
nt tho conferenco today expressed tho
bollcf that tho majority for Taft this
fall will bo as largo as It was four
years ago for Hoosevelt, but sovetal
of tho Now Ilngl.tnd lenders regarded
this as too optimistic n vlow to take
Thero uro Republican factional
fights In Connecticut anil Now Uamti-
flJtlro, but tho Icadcis from those
States declared at the conferonco
that tho National tlckot would not
bo affected In the least by thoso local
NEW HOUSE and lot at Waikiki,
near uamp Mctuniey, u rooms; in
sured for $500; lot 50x100. PRICE
REDUCED TO $600!
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ. 74 S. KINO ST.
Chicago, Aug. 21. Traffic officials
mo gcncially piedlctlng a largo In
cieabo lu the movement of genet al
inorcliandlsu within tliu next few
weeks. Tumi Investigations innilo by
thorn of the conditions of kIocIch now
In the hands of country moichauts.
uiey nave round mat tiicso aro inn
down to an extent that It will bo abso
lutely ncccbsnry to hnvo them i allow
ed If tho holdeis mo to contlnuo thelr
husliicss opei.itlons at all
In a weok or two agricultural com
munities will begin making their fall
purchases. At present crop pi Ires
tuey am cerium to no in funds, and
thoy mo expected In bo libeial bujers.
Passenger tralflo has Incioased con
sldeiably, and .1 feeling of boiiyaucy
Is taking tho placo of tho depression
f i om which tho tallioad officials have
Mlllcrcd for the Inst ulliu months.
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1909 Four Cylinder
Stevens - Duryea
IN BRINGING OUT THIS NEW MODEL we do not in any way retract any claims
that wa have made for the six-cylinder ca r which we arc firmly convinced is
the highest type of nutomobile construction. In response to a demand for n
larger, roomier car than our 20-horscpowtr, 4-cylinder Model R, and more
moderate in price than our light Six. we have p joduccd the Model X. This model
supplies a demand for a 4-cylindcr car a little la rgcr and more powerful than tho
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well - known features of the Model R are cmbod icd in his car, together with the ad
vantages of more room and power. In brief, th c Model X is an enlargement nnd re
finement .of the Model R, reorcsenting the most advanced ideas in automobile de
signs, together with Stcvens-Duryea construction and workmanship, which have been
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THE UNIT POWER PLANT
This construction, which has made the name "STEVENS-DURYEA" synonymous
with motor oar efficiency, is retained. STEVENS-DURYEA cars were built on correct
principles in the beginning, and at no time have any radical changes been made in
4 3-4 BORE. 4 1-2 STROKE TIRES 34 x 4
WEIGHT, 2650 POUNDS
For detailed specifications send for catalog.
Price, - $2750
Folding Top with Side Curtains, Storm Front, Celluloid Windows and
Slip Cover Extra $ 150.00
Magneto Extra $2200.00
Chassis . $2400.00
CHIC0PEE FALLS, MASS. ' ' 3
MODELS X and LI JUST ARRIVED IN TEXAN '
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