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BULL IMS CHEER
NEARLY SIXTY MINUTES
FOR MIGHTY HUNTER
Remarkable Demonstration at the
Chicago Convention Continues Un
til Delegates and Spectators in
Galleries Are Nearly Exhausted.
By LINDSAY DENISON,
f ' i BtafT Comipondnt of The Evening- World.
CONVENTION HALL, CHICAGO, Allf. 6. In one of the most
.rem:,rkabfe demonstrations ever seen in a political convention, Theodore
oosevfl was this afternoon acclaimed the Chief Bull Moose of the
United Slates. For nearly sixty minutes the delegates and crowds in
the grimes were in a state of wildest frenzy, cheering until they were
The convention was late in coming to order. It had not been in
(Mlion more than ten minutes when Chairman Heveridge announced
(hat a committee with Col. Roosevelt was in waiting. The delegates
sprung to their feet and the audience started cheering as the form of
Col. Koosevelt came into view on the rear of the stage.
Ten thousand persons were waving red and white bandannas.
Roosevelt, his face wreathed in smiles, bowed his acknowledgments
ir 1 r..w 1 iiunt r r-inli ttMtVi . n t V 1 1" 5 i c mm I . U .... i . . lasi
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the first row of delegates and then in turn faced each side of the hall,
bowing low and waving a railroader's salute to each of the galleries.
The bund was playing, at leal It
waa going through the motions, but
It mualr could not on heard above
the din of the shoutB it "W nt
Teddy! We want Teddy'."
In the midst of the uproar an Okla
homa delegate tore the Htate standard
from 1 1 it place and started up the cen
tre alnle In a minute the aisles were
filled with confuxed hysterical orowd
of shrieking men and women. Minna
t swung III behind Oklahoma, and.
us the crowd dashed through the
Malta. Washington. Massachusetts.
Ohio, West Virginia, Kansas. Virginia
end a doien other State poured Into
Banners, standards, flags, Iiata, re 1
bandannaa were flung up over the heads
of the delegates. Over the Colorado del
egation appean-d the "No nnre ilusscn
lielm " sign.
CHEERS FOR "PASS PROSPER
As this emblem appeared before the
platform Col. Itnnsrvelt turned and
waved toward It with a grin. Another
uproar larted. A banner hearing tit
catch note from the speeeh of Sen .or
M.verldie vesterdav. "I'hss prosperity
a.m.nS " UrM r.llllllilV che(T(-l.
A few minutes after Col Roosevelt
paces In the galleries cpiickly Wled ,ip
and s.andlng roam came at a pre
mium. The hall held one of Its largest
crowds when eventually the Colonel bj-
. (an 10 spean.
I From the Illinois delegation MUl Ja'ie
jAddams was lifted up over the press
tand, climbed upon the platform ani
joined the Colonel, He greeted her with
a li&ndshake and the RoOMVetl grin,
'iilie took h r place beside him. Way
up in the band gallery the mueleiana
r truck up "onward. Chrtetlan Soldiers, '
Krom the detegatee the -orde of the
hymn rose In a com wed murmur. Ti
Colonel stepped forward, rained both
bands and led the ringing, chanting the.
words hl:nself. As the long was con
cluded Mr. .Sunderland of Is Angeles,
When you t irst teel the ne;J of
position, worker, h ine, invest
ment, bargalni ite lon't ruga
yiterltally hither and (hither It)
I (arch of relief.
U8,'J21 World A.is We-i Hnnte.l
0S.1S1 More Tlun t!ie Herald.
The Circulation of The World,
morning!) and Sundays In New
York City, exceeds that of the
Herald. Times, bun and Tribune
And find the solutioi of your
problem by raiding or using World
Adj. as the occasion Itliy r?.jj.!re.
They "Turn on the Litfit."
CALLS tOU t'LNK
SOL'ND LIKE BVNK
TO T. R. FIREBRAND.
iSkm-I from a Stiff rViTTMpondest of The
Kirnlm Work! )
CHICAOO, Aug. 6. A near riot
started In front of T. BV'e head
quarters in the mid-monUng. Mr.
Fonk, Progressive oaadldata for
Governor of Illinois, appeared. The
orowd clamored for oratory, yelling
"rank I rank I"
The Hon. Ben Daniels of Arizona
mistaking the shouts for "Bunk!
Bank " went into action with both
knees and shoulders, bnt tbe mighty
gdnngiiter was snbdued before lie
had a chance to level a weapon at
an elderly woman, briskly scaled the
platform, .he was cordially gre-ted by
PROMISE TO BREAK INTO SOLID
Two Alabama delegates, one a I'nlon
veteran. the other a Confederate,
marched up to the platform, arm In
arm an, I shook hands with Col. Booae
vtlt. They were J. C. Uolllngsworth.
who served in Lee's army, and John
M. lireen, who fought In sn Illinois
"Oivc tip a .Soutiiern Democrat for
V 'President and we'll break the
Olid South," they told Col. lloosevell.
"Ooodt" the Colonel responded. "I'll
do my very best lo do It."
Tin- excitement subsided a trllle, but
It broke out again as the bun I sivunx
Into the "Itatlle Hymn f the Uepubllc."
Col, Roosevelt led In the singing.
Timothy L Woodruff, clad In a white
llannel suit, defied the cool wcuther and
led tho New Vork delegation In a , r-
j In? Col Roosevelt.
1 While most of the delegates were clad
! ,n heavy clothes, Mr. Woodruff asserted
. that even flannel was tjo warm for him
to work In so strenuously. Mr. Wood
I ru.T -ang as loudly as he could sing and
' cheered as often and lout as any of the
I II a duet) n.tn and women mo int .d
tho platform, om man carried pti
Mire ring aurmouotlng a polo, and ur
I loundloi a big blaok foil hat.
Two negroes, a'ogrtug delogatog
I ladies, climbed on the stage The cr.l
I leal negro questloa was .n the mlnda
of the crowd Mid as tog Col . mi reached
( out a hau l to egCfl of the negroes
; those aiouiid them fell bail:, lor a
I m.nutu these thrssl Itowd in a little
knot. Tho Colonel gestlcttlatod and
i talked i x it, illy to th negr .es llstOBs
i ngi their fl i sen us. As the ColOOOl
i Concluded Olti of IhO nearoes reached
over and pouodgd him on the shoulder.
' '' e thfoe stood ha ul In hand and the
' crowd yelled, The nsgtdpa were j. c.
U'.l.r.tr a:.d 0. ft Jarr.ci, anJ a li
(Cuntlnued on Second t'aga)
TEN MEN FIGHT
HUGE SHARK ON
Man-Eater, Caught in Seine
Off Sandy Hook Point, j
Battles for Its Life.
KNIVES VERSUS TEETH.
Monster First of Kind Seen for
Years in New York Waters,
After a twenty minute battle with
knives, dur'ng which men were knocked
down time after time, a twelve-foot
man-eat ng shark, one of the few ever
seen In New Vork watere. was killed this
morning by ten men on board the men
haden fishing schooner Tansy Hitter, of
Seaport, N. J.
The fishing schooner wae using a
"puree seine." a quarter of a mile off
8andy Hook Point when the big man
eater became enmeshed. The monster
struggled desperately and, to eave the
elne from being torn to pieces, the flali
tfmen hauled It on board, the grat flah,
weighing three or four hundred pounds,
flopping about mightily.
When the man-ea'er wae cleared from
the seine on the de, of the schooner
U fell upon Its back. Its knlfe-llke tal'
lashing out. A tailor who etood dose
caught the first blow full in the body,
and wae eent flying acroes the dock.
Other sallora procured large eheath
knives and attacked the shark, driving
their bladea into Ite body to the hilt
numberless times. All the while the big
fish was threehlng about with Ite tall,
nearly all of the ,en flehermen being
knocked down at ome time during the
battle. The men were cautioned to keep
away from the mouth of the man-eater,
which waa working fas:, its razor-like
teeth shining as It wriggled In an effort
to reach us attackers.
ilefure the animal finally was killed
the fishing vessel Annie IV. also of
i .Seaport, drew alongs de. and her crew
Joined the men of the Taney Ulttrrs
In attai king the shark with kuivee.
j After the llsh waa killed it was thrown
ion board the Annie T.. which put into
Seaport, while the crew of the Tansy
i Ulltars cleaned up their deck and con
tluued their fishing.
obi time fishermen declare they
' never have seen a maneater before In
these watere. this variety of shark
having its haunt- much further south
GIRL VISITED HEAVEN,
SHE DECLARES, DURING
SLEEP DF FIVE DAYS
Minister's Daughter Says She
Talked With St. Peter and
Henry Ward Beecher.
iSpertsI t" The I'.irnlni Wotld.l
HZW OKXBANg, Aug. . After
being asleep five days, .Miss Lulu Mae
gttter)ee, twinty eare old. t
dau-:iter of Itev. .1 H Satti rlee. a
prominent Kaptlsr minister, awoko to
day In her home at Chunk', M.ss . and
dOClafOd she had be n t - heaven. Ma.'.y
of her frlende wire assembled around
her bed before sh-. began a recital
of her visions. Miss Satterlee said
she had converged with St. Peter and
with the spirit of Henry Ward Heechr
BOY STOLE $500.
IllinU Vt-sse)lixer Hill) ffA to ttel-
fast( lie., Mlor Thoft,
Burl Hubbard, fift'en reuri old, a
I bank niagsenger of No. ." Cborry t t,
, Lynn, alass., was arraigned :o-ila ba
il', ,r JUitlOe Tioyt in the ChlldrtO'l
I court. largod with stealing IttO from
I the banking lirni of William 1'. lion
I brlg'it .V Co. of No. H Wall street on
June 7. He wan arrested In Belfast,
Me., by a private detOCttVS and brought
to this city last night.
In court this morning tie boy told
Justice Hoy I that he had taken tho
money, but was sorry, anrj a represen
tative uf Uir hanking Arm said his a.'so.
ciute- did iu,t wish to prosecute, Jus
tice lloyt, iiowe,,r, It nig rifled the
youth to the rtnre of the OhlMfen't
Hoclsty untU Aug. u
Suffragettes Gather at Bull Moose Convention;
Latest Photograph of the King of the Mooses
iBBPgP flN SNA7'
! JOBLOT ANTIDOTES
WENT INTO HELLER
Smoke, Lemon Syrup'Chaw"
of Plug, EggS, Booze. Milk
With Ginger Ale on Side.
Jacob Heller has for a long time ,if.
rered from rheumatism, and to-, my,
when he left his home. No. Ill Henry
street, ho was determined to end his
misery. A neighboring druggist sold
him a small quantity of a Ave per cent,
solution of carbolic acid.
Not wiil.lng to suffer too much when
he swallowed the poison, Heller went
to the cigar store and eoia fountain
of Joeoph H. Prudowsky, No. ISO Henry
street, and bought himself a one cent
cigarette. First taking a small Inhale
of smoke to kill the taste of tho act I,
he gul!'d down a big mouthful of ths
glutton Ts smoke didn't cone up
from its lu-u:s right arid he (ell to lite
(lour roug! ng P Ml, I'l l lowsliv
lUllptd Wm Int" a chalf and ran fur
bolP. The weak m id wae beg. n to
burn Heller a Inb. les. so ha reafljod
over tu the counter and grabbed a
bottle of lemon sirup, yhli ha DOIiri I
UttO himself on top of the a I I,
A passing tr.i k driver though ' hew-
Ing totagooo would be good gnttdote,
so Heller took a fine ;,un-h of cut plug
into his clurps and iWglloWOj t, He
was getting sliker BVOfy tlu ho took
a now antidote
Mollis ouo else t '.n,.i t i raw ega.i made
an sgoallenl poison kUtar tnd tne In
terior (if two ; ggs end moot of the
shells, Ijo. were jammed d,n the
t f the e iflarlng llailar Ttitu U
m Hh3i ''Hsm OSM. rlfl 9
II Iwffinanja SHE Amm W
occurred to another Samar.tsji that
whiskey and milk was fine, while an
other suggesV-d ginger- ale, and tills
romblngtlon found Its way down Hell
Dr. Or i ham of Oouverneur Hospital
arrived Just In time, ho tti tiks, to keep
the llfe-e,i vers from forcing Heller t'
swaJlow the rung of a chair or eat a
Just IS iP sgg placing Heller In the
mbulanoO) a prisoner, Mrs. Heller ap
peared and fainted.
"If that'e the way they tteat a poor
man that wants to d!o I won't try t
again. I'J PathOf suffer frurn rheuma
t Ism," s:i! 1 rlgltor
AT NEW YORK.
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AT QOj TON.
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H10HI sNUI f-
Young Widow Compelled by
Pressure (if Throng to
Forego Auto Ride.
An unusiinl and 1o the prospective
I morner oairomeey aisubsieiui ssnrai lonisj
I marked Mis John Js -oa Astor'e at
tempt lata this afternoon to leave her
I home at No. stu Klfth avenue for the
brief nut, hi, ol,,:,' rtdo through the park.
I win' ii rr i i m i ni isasis tr'ii-
s , great a Jam of the morbidly c uni
ons surrounded the gain of the big
house wiled', n an heir to the Astor
mtlUotia Is aarpootod any day that de
epite the efforui of poUogmon to puah
the thrOOgg away Mrs Astor was forced
to forego her intended trip.
It was near 4 JO o'clock when Mrs
Astor, with her mother. Mm Force,
and her ulster K.ttherlne, prepared to
leave the house for the brief ride.
'ill,, chauffeur brought the big cloood
limousine around to the front of tin
house, but there the machine waa
blocked A den.ne crowd of several
hui, In d people, which Included lash
lonably flraSSOd Fifth avenue stroller. i
gg well as shop gtris and meaaongof
bo) s. ri tused tu make way for the
Tjie chauffeur went Into the rear of
t his houi-c and teb ploned to the Kast
W : - fir.-, t s'reet pill' e station, ro
questing that policemen be sent around
to drive the crowd a v ay Bvorul of
flLi.rs were hurried around to tho houss
and dM their best to cleave a way
through the crowd for the progress of
U it ss fast as fhey ma le a passage
It was Instantly fllle.l again. Word of
what wis occurring In ths BtreOt w is
brought '.', Mro Aotor by hvr servants
Her istr took i I through toe front
win lows of tin- bi : manoloti nod lams
tiai 'i with a report which decldod Mr
Astor against attampl to fo oul of
tin' gate to her ma blue
Kvan after that When It be, am,!
, i . ., .) w ith tl.e 'li parturi of the SUtO
inuliil" that Mrs Astor ha I gligndoUsd
In r t ilp. whli h w ould give the Inn I
lers and gossips In the orowd a fhancte
to see her, huiulied I OuntlnUeg I i Ollng
ground the street III fl ml of tile
I KM I Ol I III
f'oestviie. lleiilrsf, suuili iesc. -so zed
4 m. im mi - . T"i .;.' .. ZUd
Wei J , P aktlag. i i I'a:s
ROSE CHANGES FRONT
WHILE WHITMAN SEEKS
District-Attorney Visits Informer to
Procure List of Victims and Break
Mysterious Influence Thpt
Reaches Cells of Three.
TWO SUSPECTS ARRESTED
NEAR WORCESTER, MASS.
Becker Retains Mclntyre as Chief
Counsel, and Lawyer Denies $50f
000 Defense Fund Exists.
Followlrrj; the circulation of a
witness in the case nf the People vs. Lieut Charles Becker, had deserted
him and would refuse to go into important details of the confession faav
pllcatino; Becker In police graft preceding the assassination of Herman
Rosenthal, District-Attorney Whitman hurried to the West Side Court
Prison this afternoon to consult with Rose, "Brldgle" Webber and Harry
Vallon. The chief object of the District-Attorney's visit was to procure
from Rose tthe promised list of gamblers who are alleged to have deliv
er 1 protection money to Becker through Rose.
Positive declarations, circulated through the underworld and In
police circles, that Rose would not deliver such a list and would stand
pat on the testimony he has already given, had reached the District-t-tomey.
Rose's friends orr the outside say he believes he has done enough
to save himself from extended imprisonment and is now seeking to for
tify himself wieh assurances of safety after he gets out of jail.
HEChER RETAINS M' IN TYRE AS CHIEF COUNSEL.
While the District-Attorney was working with Rose to get additional
evidence against Becker, the accused lieutenant straightened out tie
tangle that has been confusing his engagement of counsel for the de
fense. John P. Mclntyre was retained this afternoon to act as counsel-iti-chiel
in the detente of Becker, la a consultation with Becker, Beck
er's wile and Becker's brother in the Tombs, Mr. Mclntyre accepted the
ret .tiner and arranged to Uke ciiare of the case, with John W. Hart,
Becker's original COUMCI) as his assistant. The arrangement was satis
factory to Mr. Mart, who is a young man and lacks the experience of the
When Hid daal selecting Me In tyre aa tha lawyer for the defenaa waa
ooucluded, Mrs. Decker, who had taken the major part In bringing It about,
collapsed In the counsel chamber on the aecond floor of the Tomb. The
tiurnissod ixllce:niuu wae deeply distressed when hta wife, whose con
dition Is particularly appealing to a husband at thta tune, gave way to her
emotions and physical distress. Dr. Magulre, the) Tombs, physician, wm
summoned and adunnlstored restoratives, after which Mr. Becker was
hurried to her homo under tbu escort of her brother-in-law.
"Mr. Hart and myself will b the only lawyers actively engaged In the
lefantl ol Lieut Becker," said Mr. Mclntyre, when the negotiation! had
baas concluded "I am glad to have Mr. Hart with me. He Is a bright,
capable, on ii k man, with a good knowledge of criminal procedure.
"I think my l nnnectton with tbe caao effectually disposes of the rumor
that there was In the process of gathering a fund of $60,000 or more, to be
available for the expenses uf Ilecker'e defense. I was engaged by Becker
and his family. No outsider had anything to do with It. There la no fund
(or the defense other than the resourcos of the Becker family. In the
arraignment of Decker to-morrow I ahall appear In an advisory capacity,
Mr. Hart being familiar with the caae thus far."
TWO SUSPECTS ARRESTED NEAR WORCESTER,
A despatch from Spencer, Mass , a town seventeen miles from Worcester
and u ! thirty-five miles from Springfield, announce the arrest there of
two young men who answer to the deeciiptlona of "Oyp the Blood" Horowlta
null 'I.i'fty Louie" Rosenberg, the missing two accused of the actual murder
ur io sen thai, This MWa Is Interesting in connection with the declarat!on of
Utro i J, Levy, 0QUnl for William atiaplTo and Ixnils Libby, owners of the
mui c-ar, that 'Lofty" and "Hyp" havo boon hiding In tho vlilnlty of
A or, -ster. TA 'wo prisoners at Spencer are hold In Jail pending the ur
inal of NW York officers.
I on five rUaeantUal murder prisoners lu the Tombs were all arraigned
ln'foro (Vjruiier Kelnberg, sitting as a .Magistrate this afternoon. Thoy are
"Whltey" LstWta and "Iagi Freak" Otreftei accuaed of the actual murder,
gad LfiUll Libby, Wllltum Ibaplro and Joseph Kelch, alia "Jack Sulllvun."
accused of Complicity, At the request of tbe District-Attorney the gg
imluatlona In all five c;ies were adjiiurned until Aug. 19, by which dat
It Is Sipected 'hat the Impiest, utile, I for Aug. IS, will have been concluded.
1 in till ratal to the arraignment of the Ave supports, District-Attorney
Whitman produced a now witness who furnished an Important connecting
link between .lack lioso and "Ilrldglo" Webber and the four actual assassins
subsequent to the crime. The u witness, whose name wu not revealed,
report that 'Jack" Rose, Ws