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HEAT CONTINUES DESPITE BRIEF SOUALL
POLIQE IN STOKES (BASE ORDERED TO TRIAL
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TRICE ONE CENT.
TO BEAT ENGLISH
IN ATHLETIC MEET
Representatives of Yale and Harvard
on Edge for To-Morrow's Track
and Field Contests With Oxford
and Cambridge in London.
BEST REC(RDS OF ATHLETES
WHO COMPETE TO-MORROW.
P. A FUtlly (YaleK..,
B. N Tn , i' lier i V ale i
H. W. Kelly Ulan .
Wi ntewar! "Vali
H. araquea iHarvardi....
B. SI. Preble i Harvard).
H. JaquM (Harvard)
H. 1'. Lawless 1 H in a ivl l.
P. 11. Wltaingtoti (Harvard)
W, P Ryan IHi
O. a. Ch'laUoln (Yale)., ,.i5!3aee
J. b. Curnmtngs Harvard) .i tee.
A. B, Tiakrr i Harvard) . j ti
W, Canfltld (Tale) s in
n. j. ii iidan (Yalai
J. R. KUptlick (Yale)....
T. Cablt (Harvard) 110 :mo
C. c. Cbllda i Vale) 114 2
Thtrt WW ba no rutting Ii! l.h. Shot
LONDON, July 10. The rival ath -
otic teams of Yale and Harvard and
0.ford au Cambridge gr. fa. edgo
for w nun-row's dual meal at the
Quern's Club. The Lmartcgna hava
tralnc.l latltfftCtorlly and have not
men affected by tne clltngtlo condi
tions. Barring MoMtBtl they expect
to win the rnajorltv of events, but
admit ihat th margin of victory
arlll bo very cloa" The Knglish teama
are all reported fit and are unuaually
A compiirieon of the performanrea of
the rival teams glv,,? a line on what
may lie expected when the tram rome
to the scratch In the various event".
With regards to the 100 yards, the
Yale men, F. A Rellly nd F. N.
Thati hei huve each done 10 MOtHMI! D,
MaeMlllan, Cambridge, nmi R k
linae, Oxfurd .Thoden Scholar, have
nlao beat) i redlted with 10 seconds, so
thla should he a very close race, but It
Knot expected that either of them will
equal the record of 9 4-5 seconds for
tbeaa contests ma1e by W. A. Schick,
Harvrdi in tS0. However, one of the
Amet leans ahouie win this
is the j
leeent rUMHW w mm emgitafi )''
shows that thv must have gone back
In the 440 yards. H. W. Kelly, liar
ard. and W. Steward, Yale, will op
pose P, O. Black. Cambridge, and J. II
Perry. Oxford, or D. MacMlllan mar
I on)pete In this event. Kelly of liar- '
vard has dona the fastest time, as at
tha Harvard vs. Dartmouth meet he
won In 50 seconds and at the Vale vs.
i larva rd meet he again won In 50 1-5
sc. node. W. Rtewart of Yale has a
record of about 51 seoonde. At the
Cambridge. Sports IV MacMlllan won in
t neennds. he also won the quarter
mile at the Cambridge U. vi. h. A. 0, Jaques. his team mate, In the mile a'
meet In 50 2-5 seconds. At the Oxford the Yale-Harvard meet, and he the
ports J. H. Parry won In 61 4-6 sec lahed fourth In tl-e mile at the Inter
onds. He again won this event at the i collegiate champlonsnlp, his time being
oxford 17, va. London A C. meet In about 4 minutes, 26 seeo-idi
H 11 seconds. At the Oxford U. ve. P. J, Baker. Cambrtdxt, won the
Cambridge U. meet, F 0). Black wonlme at the Oxford-Cumhrl Ige meet in
in 51 3-S seconds. D. MaeMillan fell
IB All race. F. 0. Black alio won lua (Continued on H.h Pago)
tsprrlxbt, IU11, kg
100 YARD DASH.
. .10 sec. I. Macm.U.tn n 'amhrldfcei
...MaW. It. K. Lange (Oxford)
440 YARD DASH.
,., .vi eec. k. o. niirk (Cambridge)
....It Me. D Macmlllari (Catrebrldga)
J. H. I'arry (Oxford)
880 YARD RUN.
. 1 St P. J. Baker iCambHdgoi .,
. 1 M.I-S I. T . Tsvlot H'amtirldge)
ONE MILE RUN.
. 4 MM W.'C. Iloort lOxfr.rd)
. 4 X P. J. Raker (Cambridge)
TWO Ml LF RUN
. I :u M Sot run.
. 10 0
BO -'-s Me,
M 3-5 MC
. 1 is
. 1 68 3.4
. I HI -6
Win. Mi .
. 14 4S
. 14 53
i 1-r, tec.
U I-? ICC.
.. :. 10
K C. Tavlnr iDxfordi
C, ii. Porter (Oxford)
p. k. PhtUlpi 'Cambridge).
w. j. Ifaedonald (Oxford)..
H. a Dubola (Cambridge)..
a k. Beliefby (Cambridge)
. n n
M. J. Buaaklnd fCambrldge)
r. a. Hartley ixfor.i
a. f. Putnam (Oxford)
v. o, Blagler (Oxford)
Ft 1 1
n,usrter at I.nndon A. C va Vareltles
me"t ,n fl1 seconds, und hi '
- ; jJM";
picked to win th! event ,,nle ka
Injury he sustained n few deys axo
Koes agalDai him. If It does F
Black. Cambrtdg, ought to win
in the hall tmie h, J aquae i. Har
vard, nnlihed third In tha intercol
leglate championships, helng only air
and a half yards behind J. p. Jones of
Comal), the winner, who won In the
record time of I minute, 54 4-5 seconds
This would leave Jaiue as dolnx the
full distance n about 1 minute .Mi n, -
ondi At the HarvardDart mouth mee
n M. Preble won the half mile. lnie
helnx 1 minute. 58 3-5 seconds.
P. J. Bakar won the half mile at th.
Cambridge spuria without belnx ex
tended In I minute, 68 seconds H.. ggo
won this event at the Oxford-Cam.
brlda-e meet in 1 minute, 5 1-5 aecondl.
t.aai y,ar ne on the half nt thll
! meet in 1 minute. ." 3-5 seconds He
la considered to be nhle to do 1 minute,
1 50 seconds or better !,. P, Taylor
j Cambridge, won the half mile at tha
Cambridge Cnlvaralty-London A. r
j meet In I minutes, . itrondl He w is
jnly two yard! behind llakar at the
)xford-i 'ainhridxe meet In I mltiuti'
58 1-6 seconds, so that his time aoul I
be about I minute. 58 se-onds. Tni
It will he seen that this race will hi
between Haker. Cambridge, and
Jauue... Harvard, with the others oloai
tip, hill It is expe.'ted lha !iee w I
fliilsh in the ahovo order.
MILE IS CONCEDED TO ENGLISH
H P Lgwlaaa of Harvard will b' 'be
only American In the mlie event, In
which he will be opposed by p, ,.
Baker, f'nmhrldge, and W C, Moors
Oxford. Lawless was seenr.d to
" Circulation Books Open to All"
Tn rrm I'uiai.lilna
J. Sergeant Cram's Insistence
Forces Taking Immediate
EFFECTIVE ON AUG. 10.
151 Points Mainly In Manhat
tan Involved Courts Proba
bly to Define Board's Power.
Transfers arn to he restored Bpoa Hie
surface railroad lines of the city by
the Public Service Commission, accord
ing to a statement made to-day by
Chairman William n. Wlllcox. As to
the powers of the Commission In this
direction there Is some doubt, ae the
railroads In question are separate prop
ositions, each being under tha manage
ment of Federal recelvera.
But the public will welcome any move
made toward the restoration of the
transfers, and even If transfers cannot
be acquired a Joint faiv could be estab
lished, which would tend to lessen the
cost of living to the working poople.
At the adjourned hearing held to
day before the commission, on the quea
lion of raies of fare upon connecting
I or inters, ting llnea of street rallrotds
In the Borough of Manhattan, Chair
man Wlllcox aald:
The Commission lias determined to
adept at its meeting to-morrow an or
der directing the street eurface rail
way oompanles to establish, 0n or before
Aug. 10, Oil, through routes and Joint
fares over the connecting anil Intersect
ing railway lines shown on Exhibit One
at this hearing, and that transfers be
given at all the points of Intersection
shown on said exhibit. In the meantime,
this hearing will be adjourned tci
151 TRANSFER POINTS INVOLVED,
MAINLY IN MANHATTAN.
There are 151 transfer points Involved,
located principally In Manhattan, where
the present Metropolitan system and
tile Third Avenue system Intersect.
Adrian Jollne and Douglas Hoblnson,
the latter being a brother-ln.h.w
Col. Koosevelt, are the receivers of the
.ueiropoiuan lines, while Frederick W.
WMtredla Is the receiver of tha Thlaa
avenue lines. The Fifty-ninth street
cro.-stown line la operated by its stock
httldera, while the Second avenue line
Is run by Receiver Qeerga W. I.lnch.
While 'he different r, elvers claim to
rcpn-ont dlfirent bondholders. ih.
often employ the same lawyers, which
naa Kit to the belief that one Interest
rung thromrii nil tbeaa r Iverahlpa
The disintegration of (he Id transfer
ayatem began on April it. MM, whan
India LaconitMi n i e United dtatea
Circuit Court threw the Metropolitan
system into receivership. By Aug. t.
130S, the remainder -i? iiu i;i transf.
points were abandonee . The commis
sion repeatedly has been urged to oi
der the restoration f t:, , -ansfer,, an ,
let the points Involved be fought out la
t: e courts, but it was not untl' J. st,
iteant Crnm announced lu-t week tha
he was going to vote for such a reeolu.
Hon that th commission decided to act
3 LOST; 31 RESCUED.
I iner John Mitiell Sent In Bottom
sf '.akc Superb ,r lp .i
AULT sTi; MA RIB, Mi h , July It
Three lives w,ie laxl and thirty-one
naopie, Including hIx women and a little
hoy. experienced a thrilling raaoui
hen the earner John Mitchell of Chi.
ago was sung e.rl. iO.daV in colli-
sion lh lha itaamer William H, Ma
of fiei nd oir Vermillion Polntv,
i.ako Muparlor, al ul alxty mllea norm
voat of Villi S'e Maria, The dead
ire: Ar hie Cauaoly of Detroit, aaeond
iiatc of tito Mitchell, Al elemental
(ewat'di Rocheeater, Ind, -nd (leorgo
,'tuatlSi aatchman, of Cleveland, s. v
ural of i lie cran and paaaengara or cm
MIohall were ta:.,-n on board , ie Mack
.-.ore pr leiei Mvaral) Injurad.
The sie. n.e.' John Mtti hall u 4:i,
feet long. M r beam and it feel deep.
She was II steel vci'sel With u gross
tonnage of 4,l'ls. dha Wgi built In (M
The William Ii. Mad la S5! fee: long
and belongs to t.ie J angina h i tnilhl"
i lonptny "f ' ,. . eland,
ivoiid Balldlua i urkisli Datb.
.waya easii i i tii i in . - uaia a i
Ici.mi ar,d in.i.i ur, I'h i'uli Ji.i iu ...
duel. as l'.ii lis.
RESTORED IN CITY
NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1911.
COLD BY M'GEE
Blows Followed Argument
Over Calling Player Out
Pini.Al 'lll't'lHA. July 10. fmp're
Finnerman, behind the bat in thla after
noon's game he' ween llo- Cardinals and
the rhiiiics ' was kaojjkad cold by liter.
wood Magee In the Igal half of the third
Inninx Kinneran '-ailed Muxes out on
strikes, and ufter an argument which
resulted In the latter being put out of
tha xame they came to blows.
When Pknnaran arose to his feet the
police had escort, d MuKee from the
'leld. FIIHinf an'a f''pe was a mass of
lo'xi and setveral teeth were knocked
down bis throat. When the teams took
their posltlone again the umpire was
n no suajie to ontlnue, and 't lj 1,-r
. mdled t'ie game alone
AT NF.W VORK
0 10 0
0 0 0 1
Blttftfltfl -111'!) If and A i" r MtthW
nn anf' Mi vitu,
AT IROni '.YN
0 0 0
(i 0 o
Battarlas Adams ri.i ,. ion Ruokar
AT PMILAOP l.iHIA.
0 0 0
0 . 2
B ute: Sea- Qolden and Braanahani A'ex-
an let and I saoln.
Ii y i 0 0 I
0 10 1 0
Battartai -Uaaper n 1 1 l em. Waavei
and Kllng, ,
(TUT. KAOIltS SCBULVH AN, CSSK
MU UHB Hi,
U M P!R E K N 0 C K E D L.
Gathering Precious Ice
Heat Wave Sweeps Over City
in MWjVMlw'Ve - -
pnpnrkin rnnn nnroniirp
ouortnu ruun ulicuiivco i
FOR TRIAL IN SMS CASE
Hotel Millionaire's Private Sleuth Also Sub
poenaed in Investigation of Alleged Theft of
Letters From House Where Girls Shot Him.
Four datectlvee who were aaalgnad
from rhe wst Blxtg-aiafhth Street Sta
tion to investigate the shooting of W.
I n Bokaa by i.mian Qnaham and Bthel
Oottvmd n lha evening of June 7 wars
this afternoon made defendants on
diargas preferred hv Teputy f'ommls
akNMr Dillon. octlnK under the irders
of I'oit.-e ( kNtimlaalonaf Vakto. Tna
four were t isp,-n i-l pending trial upon
the charge thet tlie- parMltlad letters
written by Stoker to ML- Craham to
net into th" h inda af ' imaa Cummlng, a
prh'Ste de'.eetlva ernphc. ad t, Sokes.
nnd the prie ceding promisee to take the
lid from senaatlonal ser'es ff affairs
eonnected with th. ptokai ehnotlng,
The four dataotlvai luspended sre
William H Hulilvan, Michael K Walsh.
Thomas ,f rieverv and Wlllsm J
Fl.vnn. Dataotlve afcCormlek, who was
the fifth member of th,- scouting party.
Is not named In the polloe Charge, The
men arc charged Under four heads
FflUR VIOLATIONS OF POLICF
I I'h l it.' to ni.ike a Proper report of
t .Failure to report 'he Inding of the
3 Failure to produea the lattara afiep
I Tak'riK a Itljeti nto th,' apaltment
where the crime was POmmlttCd.
All of this,, arc glraai ViOlgt one ef
specific, police icK'ilattons.
Th' action of rjaputy Cotnoilsatoiier
Inllon folowad e )hlrd dagrag seanca,
i a which ail five nf the detectives
on the gtokes (l)se were put during I e
day, CowgilMlonar Weld had m-
ttrueted I)llon to pro ee.l at nnc it
learned evident to lha Com ml aalnnar
t at the letler- which war,, written bv
pi to the i-::' il'd not net Into lha
..- ion of stokes cx apl through
Ha id I) had Hi" poOea napartraeat
u ted, 'a hen a ting lairlotAitorno)
BuSllBW aweaieu LkJ elisruuun uefors
' -e- as-Oa
Circulation Books Open to
Maxlstrate Fresohl In the Tombs PoUW
end asked f,,r ,, mmmoni for James
'iimmlnK, the Stokes private detective
Magtatrata r hi laauad tha summon.
for pi . 'in o'clock to-morrow mornlnx and
process servara went to find Cummlng
MAGISTRATE WOULD HAVE
CALLED CUMMING TO EXPLAIN
"While the District. Attorney has no
vldenoe at thla tioie thai Cummlng has
committed a ertme," said Mr Buokner
in making the raquaal for a summon..
"naverthelaaa ara want this man brought
here so thai we mil iis. ertain whether
or not a crime has l n OOtnmlttad by
In xrantlng tha s minions Mngisirat,.
I'V-escil an Id:
"This court has b cn thinking oyer the
facts In Ibis matter ami I am free to
say that If you had not asked for this
summons I would have Iss I one With.
cut any requeat."
Tn,, double procedure, oomlng to- iiv,
Igguraa a Hvaly Invaatupvtloa, The let
ters written b- Btokea t UIHaa i'-
hum are said to h,.. formed Die entire
basis for the attack upon him Mokea
Ixad admitted the ealati ee of slxtttaeti
lattara Whee hit attorney produced
in,, pucko in court only n.n. awaaiad
In the miaseOg till' lot is are aald
to luck some Interesting lUUeaMme,
and they are h ippoaed to hold die real
neat of toe Dxae Ff ;n I,,,, grei Uttlma.
t'on of poli -e Irregularity it had been
expected Unit to .lay's tCt0a would he
end i rod,
RED HAT rTr FARLEY.
Vatican rirelee Hoar Iralaad win
ilea He Mads '1 ' ordinal.
hums. Juiv io -Ta.it Amhbtahopi
I Farle) mid Ireland H1 ba ma :. Par
I d'riali at tl.e nggt BH IgVe, )-" be1P4
..s-'C-d pith much pi dt rental n i
! ipparently upon gooii authority in
Vatiogn ' inch
At chlil.! nn Baurge end Walsh of
Kngland are im ... d ;u ba . ai d fv
the ted nau
FOUR DEGREE DROP
DURING WIND STORM
Police Busy With Deaths and Pros
trations as Mercury Climbs With
in Two Decrees of Last
HUMIDITY HELPED TO MAKE
FIRST BLAST UNBEARABLE.
Steady Rise From Early Morning
Until Clouds Blanketed City,
Giving Promise of Rain.
A black squall catno up out of the HouthwpBt thla afternoon to break, tor
a ItttM while a' least, the force of the second heiat wave whb-h haa wilted
Nw York City within nlno day' lime. The wind down neaT the olty'
roofs verrel (MM) tbo soutb,weBt to the mat. and pennona on tha roof tope
iiawd atrnlght out before It. Hut up across the hot roof of the sky came
a elate of gruy pall, tinged with fpe-y white hot floss, at Ha upper edgee,
where the aim still fought to sent! Its torture raya over It.
Hut ahead of the shadow of thla clout) curtain came a squall of wind
which brought puffs of fresh nlr Into
whirling like top. It was not alwaya
THE TEMPERATURE TO-DAY.
t"w.ntv nine fi M Pern'. (Si.rmaT.
shove ui. side, nattnxtt MMm isj
m iriel. nn sh.del nurth ato, SI
to sii kexajaa lee . of sssa l tirt i fn,m
OPnCEAU TIMH tlSiil'l-K'IVL.
Tt DA M. 83
84 a A. M an
a to a. m aa
M 10.30 A. M ao
ao n a. at. ao
M Moon Bl
as . i p. m aa
a a p . m aa
as 3 p. at aa
aa s p. M. ao
Note The street level readlncs above
are not teJjCOn from the .riant ther
mometer fa'dnx the City Hall on the
Pulltaar Building, which is aapoaad dl
retly to the sun and to the beat of the
stone behind Ii gjld gate hysterical In
the late afternoon, but from a smaller
Instrument around the corner.
The lack of xgreem aa I between these
two sets of llituies is t'ie to tne r.ni
thai d.,n 111 the street level It
vtarmir )utl after dawn than It Is on
I the hreeaa-aaspt roof of the Whitehall
Building Later, the direct rays of th
1 sun. heating down on the roof, raise the
thermometer reading on the lofty mot
for above what It Is on the shady side
of Co- street Is-low. In the lati, after
' noon, when 'be Ileal collected on one
side of (be street I" Increased bv
xrndiial heating up of the OlsssT
the stre, s bt
one Ilk- ovens, while Me
acaln loses Its direct In
nuen ! the offlalal tbermoroatar.
THE WEATHER TO-DAY.
The oftlclal lorscast to-day followe
Oanarall fair and ocntinasd utm
sxcsut probably llgnt local thunder
bower ta-nlRht or Tuesday. Moderate
Raporta of low romatrlo area all
,ner ana.' i .t. i t ,c 1 1. , .-1. b- "
the ...oi w. 1 1 her sums f.r New York.
inii ale a mtlnuod not spell. Local
loadltlom inul uie omoiai icmpeia
turoa la the iign, cool om.-es of the
Wei Bureau of over M degrtaa Io
di, , and t omorrow This means from
til to lOf. degrees at the street level.
GATES LOSiNG STRENGTH.
i.eiieriii roadtlloo rushanffog. t.ut
in s, eakcui hi oi.
PARIS, J dv in Ti aondltkea of
John w i: "' w is said to dn to he un
changed except as tie duration of his
i c ii, i las w i "I I e patient and
rendered tha eaaa nun serious.
Mrs. .leni. ins'. Helot TeetlSoa.
Mrs, Mathild I Po .. Iiatei of Mrs.
i Helen Dwvlli Jt ',; iiti it i atltaaM ba.
fore the Kederal 'l and Jui i lo-d i- in
j the Invaatigallon 11 lob lliat i"sl. Is eon
do tin a lot" : o' . 1 4 il smuggling Into
I tree ueuntl) .-. worth of Jewels,
ajgvlata sm gtacloaad ky ktfl l"Lflnti
PRICK ONE GENT.
every corner and kept weather
a cool puff, hut It helpod.
After tf'owerStur all around tha I
mniemn. of an hmmmmt
, MMM out in rlnsnder burets to mm
north and south of the chy. The aquasU
'nrt-l.-l a fei spatters of rain before H.
I rhe Went let llureau asikl tlisst Use Call
was "only temp.ra.ry."
BOARD OF HEALTH SAYS 200
DIED FROM SUNSTROKE.
Just whst last week's Hve dwye mt
i heat suffering meant le tragically
shown by the report of t ie Board of
Health, made public to-day for the
seek ending lust Saturday It read:
Deaths rrnm sunstroke, 200. Death
from the same raose In 1)10, S3, Tana
total deaths for the week were 1ML
against 1,471 for the nrrespnnrttac
week of 1910.
The dav started with every Indira
that It was to be aa hot as last Ha
day. the beginning of the six days'
of heat which broke on Friday. Ttsa
'humidity early In the day was at ga
.. dropped by noon to about CO. This fca
Itself brought much relief.
At 1 o'clock the thermometer shot to
H, The Weather Bureau aave It out est
M. hut hastily corrected It a few minute
later. Then the mercury In th official
thermometers on the roof of the White
hall Building hung about tt degree for
The early reports from the Weatlkkt
i'iir.au to,li were only moderately
alarming. The New York IhlrmnnaaOer
I t , nt -ninth story of the White
hall Pulldlng registered degreea at I.
o'clock, hut It had risen only t degress)
lock The humidity waa blgjb.
10 o'clock the wind had shifted
from the northwest hick to the south
west. The nlr It brought waa that
I which waa hiked on New Jersey's
I and e,,i fti ita and no inrr that
1 being 4fa In tha an.
' : ' ativeiy is-. I mountains and river
valleys of th. norriwaat of New York
The thermometer shot up t.. al at 14
o'clock and to 93 at ln.30 when this
so t'.nes' plut struck it. Then there
-as a ll'tle local Hurry watch cooled It
l ack to Is) degreea at 11.
The little drop put no comfort Into the
mind of the observers. They swiftly
abandoned their earlier Informal pre.
,1 'Hons that the thermometers could
not possibly fe: above 96 at any time
to-day or above do to-morrow.
MERCURY FALLING IN COUNTRY
WHERE BREEZES GROW.
Keporta from Canada and from our
awn Northwest showed tnat tha bar.
was falling rapidly up wbe
, ... i'or "or r lief of cool wlnde
The DfSelal announcement of
eondltloni w.u aa follows;
"Tempornturoa have risen soir
ilnce tiaturday throughout the
Statea. Many stations lu lit
a- J a.