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fIb 10IW YORK
FROM NEW LONDON
Continuing Trip frcm Squantum,
Atwood Sets New American
CIRCLES OVER MANHATTAN
JVIaking One Stop. Aviator Covers
Approximately 140 Miles in
2 Hours and 47 Minutes, '
Actual Time in Air.
n-.;s..t, atwood, of Boaton. Ilaw
,r, , Burfeaa-Wnihl Mplane from New
l^aoo. Conn., to Oovenior-a laland yea
. ,lV morning. a dietance, Indudlna
gntultoaa i ? ; metropolia
?ml towna along tht way, of approxl*
. llOmllea, ln two houra and forty
? actual flying time. Uo
,11,1 aol -arry a | ass. nkjor.
On Friday Atwood took hla mechanlo
roplane from Bquantum Fleld, near
Bi Bton to New London, approxlmati ly
133 mliee. All Amerlcan ?croaa-country
rda with aad wlthoul a paaeenger
thertfore beaten by tin- contlnuoua
journey from Boaton I i New Tork aa
Down. belni a dletance of al leaal ->?>
?all . i i
Uw.1 atopped al Aatorla. L nl
aml at 0:31 o'clock for aome crackere
and gaaolei atranger ln
I Aatorla waa ...? Oov
?ntor-a laland It waa the only st..,. h<
Belag Infonned by om polli eman an I
tatora who <i
gwarmed io the fleld thal Governor'a
. r down tha
,?.,., .1 kera, f< .1 gaaoli ne to
and t- n mlnuti a lati i atarted
Btronj ? feat. how
First to Cross Manhattan.
]\,. : mi down and
I r Ave mlnutea. and
I on Govt rnofa I and al
li _'i o'clock. F 'i thi flral timi In Ita
hiatoi !l"?' down
, . gg laland.
K< f,.r>. ba lefl Ni w London at 7:0"
a in. he knocked on the door of the
w. Btarllng Burgi - ol
? head, Ma
I , - . manufact
? ti.. Wrlghi machinea and ?
"Gueaa 1*11 flj to Mn< ola to-day, aa
? ited laal night."
it waa nol untll he | ?t wlthln
cf N>\v Vn!k thal th.- avlatofa ardor
ftrr th< ;,tt'... Long island town
and that he declded to make Oovernor*!
laland hla deetlnation. But even y<
had no hungt r for tht- hlgh apota abova
ty'a greateal towera no Intentlen
of (lolns what mor e-cperlenced avlatora
had ) ? aly haxardoua.
H>- landed ..t Aatorla, havlng cr< -? I
m- n Gata The
Igl g ? im cana and empty
that Atw.1 bad greal dlfflculty
ln makini^ a aafe deacent.
a policeman ran toward the aviator
to find out why he waa in the pn
and what he Intended t" do. Atwood
told him he mlghl be there for thlrty
mlnutea and auggeated to Ihe patrolman
that be call for help, aa there would
i robably bt -i rowd ol ap< ctatora ?'n
Thi- policeman aald to Atwood: "Leave
't-m to r...\" Three thousand persona
arrlved. Ihe policeman walked around
ui i'iri lea demi thal
t beyond ::i the
? ? ? ? drlver
ick wi at afl ? Atwood
? ra that bi drew ir..:n hla
coal ; ? ket and aaaa I the a i] to i lo* -
- ind. T...;. toM him aboul the
. the Man.
kl* n brldajea.
Ha < ? . ,io hla a at \ olunti era
? untll tba motor ro
? ?? r duty. The allver
iiiL ? Blackwell'a laland,
t thelr daily taaka
1 the advantagea
i to men In
; ii. Thi :
rtto on theli
? I the Long
ai 34th atreet
pped to ..
? m untll the
Ing ,. - ?
aborea ol U
. to the
? know and
''?' ' ' I a greetlng.
win n thi i mm ,,ii
? ' reaterday there
W("' ' ?? ot aucb ? ti the rlver
? o i tnda ol wavlng
bapa one thou
' ? vei ti ?- four brldgea He
aa thi) . ame. Th. j on li .1
ol al all. Boorj aftei tht Brooklyn
? d i... a placed i? hin.i him the
I '.- bwi rvi <i i , the w< atward,
Feels Call of Metropolia.
if. bad Jual fi II tba a II of tha m< trop
all |ta i - powi r i tatll
I nt, ba aald lati r, hla ona am
? to And <;>.vi-inoi b laland,
blBtoti avlatlon Beld of IViiajht, Curtlaa
aad Hamllton. An.i then ba aaw the
Binger Bulldlng lower, and a i idden re
> aaaa upon him to drcle it and
thlni t- i i ? old foik.s at
He mounted hlgbt-r. The alr currenta
aurroundlng tha tall bulldlnga of lower
?eanbattan'were famoua U? blm through
a%ii repoii ol thoaa who had atudied
th?m from more pleaaanl flying grounde.
Ha turni d ao bova tha clty a
Uttlg aortl ? i Vvai! gcrat L Thi machlne
*a? gi t i.ii . miles an hour, and
*??-*> about flfteeti bandrad j<>t la tha
' oulUiurd fi? tliird pas<w
IIARRY X. ATWOOD CIRCLES OVEB
ATWOOD IX IIIS BIPLANK APPItOACHTNO THK BINOER TOWE1
ll'hoto COpillaht, 1011, hy Prown Hro'tv r? i
CITY TO THB SURPRISB OF THOUSANDS.
ABOUT TO PASS OVER OXK OF THK STATKN ISLAND FKRRYBOATS.
Charles T. Weymann, Making
93 Miles in 71 Minutes,
Lifts Aviation Cup.
Claude Grahame-White, Last
Year's Winner, Fails to Par
of France, Second.
Eaetchurch, England, July 1.-Charles
Terrea Weymann, the repreaentatlve of
Unlted Btatea, won tha [nteraatiofial
Aviation Cup to-day ln daahlng style.
H. covered the courae, nearly ninety
fi ur miles, in 71 nalnutea 983-3 aeconds,
an average of eeventy-Beven mllea an
Alfred Leblanc, of France, waa aecond,
with nn average of aeventy-flva milas.
Rdouard Nleuport, alao of France, was
thlrd, with an average a ttifla under
aeventy-flve mllea, whlle Alec Ogllvle, "f
ind, tha only other avlator to coni*
the courae, took 100 nalnutea for
t ?? dlatance, nn average of about fifty
ona and a thlrd nailea
Thcr w.is rnuch dlaappolntment that
Claude Qrahame-Whlte, the Brttlah
avlator, why won tha cup at Belmont
I'.irk, New York, last year, dld not ( nm
pete. He excuaed hlmaelf on the ground
that only o freak machlna eould win the
Of the othr-v eompetltora, Chevaller, of
France, and Hanael, of Oreal Brltaln,
11..-1 with accldenta D. oraham-on
aaour, wjio was entered, dld not start.
ln a High, Gusty Wind.
Tha competltlon to-day proved that the
wlnd as an adverse factor in air racing
i becomlng lasa and leea important.
Flylng this naorntng in a hlgh, Rusty
wind. Weymaira made better time than
bi dld ln th evenlna;. arhen an almoat a'h-1
.i.iii pn valled.
A great crowd waa preeent to aitneao
tha Internatlona! event Includtng aeveral
eompetltora in the European clrcult raee.
who came over frona Calala Thera arera
mriny excitlng moment* eepeclally when
Nieu] ort and Lablanc, on the fallure of
Cheraller, went up ln an attempt to win
tha trophy for France. Th.- two French
Dien mada beautlful liishts. bul wera un
able to equal the perfornianca of tha
Atneiican, who wlll carry tha trophy
back t<> hla country.
?j'h.- event required twenty-flve trips
around a circular courae, making a total
dlatanc ? of 03.2 miles.
To day is th-- thlrd raee for the Int< r
natlonal Cup. The flrat was won by
h. Curtlaa, the Araerlcaa. at
Rhelma, France. in 1909. The BCCOnd
i, . i, at Belmoni Park. Loriaj laland, in
10HX waa won by Claude Qrahame
Whlte, of Great Brltaln.
Course Somewhat Dangeroua.
conteat took place on the Royal
Aero Club'a grounda, on the lale of
Sheppey, In K'nt, a course not llked by
! ? '-i.ntincnt.il eompetltora, who re
g-arded the dll bea Interaectlng as daa
geroua One hundred membera of tne
royal englneera from Chatham patroUad
ii an early praetlce apln over tha
Weymann dtd tha clrcult at a
. j of < Ighty mli< a an hour.
In the raee Itaelf Quatav Hamei was
the flrat to get away Ha atarted ln a
?trong an,! guaty wind and qulckly canae
to grief. iiaiiicl had not completed the
flrat lap of tha twenty-flva drculta when
thi in bi hinc pltcbed rloli ntly aad tha
avlator was thrown out He fell flfty
feet, but was not much burt When h*
ered from tlw J"it he aroaa to his
?(.t and waa walklng away aa an am
bulance droa e up.
lt was found ti.at Hamel'B mlahap was
,i ., j.. his attempl al t"" aharp a turn
..i i pylon, which cauaed hla roachlne to
?? nn. Tha aeraaplana was badly
Bmaahed. The avlator'a faca was i u
and ba recelved a i< a body brqleea
Cliev.ilier Falls Also.
Boon after tha accldent to Hamel
Chevaller atarted, fiy.nK aplendldly at
,,, ii apeed, but came to grfef In the
twelftb lap He also got into dlfflcultiea
whlle turnlng .md fell with bla machlna
to the ground. Tha a\iut.?i was not
Weymann got away three mlnutea be?
fora Chevaller fell. His powerful en
glnea carrled blm along al a rate whlch
ut tlmea must hava eaceeded olghty
mihs an hour. Bcarcely a Ltraatb of air
waa atlrrlng durlng the latter parl of
the Amerlcan'a fllght Hi flaahed
around the four-mlla drcuH at tremen
.;,,,!, avoklng loud cheera fr,.m tha
a.s aoon as Weymann had landed
Chevaller agaln atarted, determlned bn
Bnothei attempt iti tbe hope "f kawerlaaj
Uia Amertcan'a niaik. His aecond ma
chlne, however, weal aroaa after eoan*
pletlng "!"? lap, and tha avlator de
..., rtd< 'i auddenly, but unlnjured.
Tha BnaTllah entiant, AJac OgUvle, theii
atarted, i.nt hi.s time tbrougbout waa
much olowi r,
in laptember laal yaai Weymann, ihe
Am. ii'.ni aeronaut cama aear arliwlag ib4
Mli belln ivrlaa of 18,080, offarad for tba
?wiliiiii.il MI lliinl IUJI-.
TRAIN M 3 IN HO
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Newell, of
Trenton, Victims of Crossing.
GIRL HURT, BUT WILL LIVE
Party on Way to Syracuse to
Spend Fourth in Accident
Albany, July 1 Mr. and afra. Henry
O. Newell, "t Trenton, N. J.. and th.ir
sun, arere Inatantly kllled early thla i
Ina;, when the automoblle ln whlch they
were rldlng from Trenton t" Byrucueei
araa gtruch by a Boaton A Albany i
bound paaaengef train at Poat Roada
Croaalng, aboui twenty mllea eaat vt thla
Mr. Newell araa drlving the car Ifra.
Newell waa caught by the cow<*atcber
of th. locomotlve and dragged for a dla
tant-i- of aboul two hundred feel beforo
the traln could be brought to a atop. il- r
body araa reducedi to a pulp. Mr. Newell
was caughl under the overturnlng n.a
< hlne and cruahi d to di ath. Hla i on
Cllfford was thrown In front of the rall?
road traln Tha wheela of the lo.tlve
cal ..ff the rlghl leg ol the a
died aoon after being removed to a bag
Th<- Impettti .?! the .ar al thi moment
ol the colllalon threw the fourteen-year*
old daughter beyond the rallroad track.
Bhe was badly brulaed aboul thi fai e and
body, and auffered a deep gaab over the
aplne. siu- is expected t.> recover. Tha
traln that cauaed the accldenl a*aa In
charge of Thomaa Davla engii er, >.f
BprlngAeld, and l< ft < 'hatham al II
o'clock. n waa aald towhave been run
ttin*? ahead of time In ordi r to glve a
dear way f"i the Boaton A .\!*v-t y
Twentleth Century Bxpreea. The latter
train waa preelng ao i loa< behlnd thal it
waa broughl to a atop althln ihlrtj feel
of the place where the ac< Idenl ... eurri -I.
The Newella werl to be tbe Fourth of
July gueata of A. A Barlx r, ol Byi
a brother-in-laa of Mr. New? li
Trenton, N. ?' , July i. 11. nn '? >?? ??? II,
?im. arlth hla arlfa and i m, araa kllled ni u
Albany, N, v. to night, a h< n thi li
moblle was Btrueh bj a traln waa .1 , tt
ownei and Buperlntendenl ..f the Prlnceton
Worsted Min^. nf Trenton. Ha a qulte
Mr Newell, hl" wif.-. ton and daughter
lefl here al I a tn In 111 - ? aut< moblle, ivhlch
be bad owned ? mv three weeka Tbe* bt
tended to aprad aoina time arlth Mi
Newelll alater in Byracuae, whlch dty they
kad axpecti .1 to reai h (?? nl ht, and later
to vi?it Mi. Newell 1 Cathi r at 1
Mr NawaU'a rhother, who liv <i here,
wi-ni t.> Ayraeuai hy traln laati d ..1 io
compaaylag t'"- famllg ta tb< Butomoblli.
Th, M- hi ao ona h< ra to ap< .ik for thi
family, and wh* Ibe motbei took 1 traln
la not known. alr Newell nraa thlrty- aven
.,,;,,. old Ti.. boi ivuii lw< 1.. aad tba
daughter i* fourtai n
A SANE FOURTH OF JULY.
Cetebrata V\*ltli Uewey'a Pur* VVInea
II t. i'twi-> A flona Co? 131 FuiLun Bt, N.T,
DIES FROM AUTO INJURIES
Oharles Bobinton'i Hschine
Bkidfl at Brighton Beach Track.
Charlea Roblnaon, drlvlng b racing
automoblle owned by tha B. P. O. Auto
mobile Company, of No. 1393 Broadway,
. aught in the wreck of hla car when
it Bkldded Into an ":i truck at tha Brigh?
ton Beach racetracb yeaterday after?
noon, aii'i -li'.l aoon after belng ad
mitted to th.e Coney laland Hoapltal,
whera he was hurrled after tha accldent
A mechanlclan who was rlding wltb hlm
, rnped aa tha macblne Bkldded and es
Th.- track was belng prepared for tha
naatlnee racea to be held on July ,'i and
I. and one of tha trucka whlch had been
Bpreadlng crude oil over Ita aurface was
lirawn up near Ocean Boulevard, on the
curve at the weatern end of the track.
Ri unding the turn, 1 roverbbil for its
.. r at a t!'".d rate of apei d, Robln
aon'a tlrea ^iii?? >?-<l on the freab oil, aend
Ing his naachlna broadaide tato the
wagon. Aa aoor. aa the drlver eould be
extricated fr..:n the tangled wreckasjc
he waa whlrled to the bospltaj in an au?
tomoblle belonglng to C. F. Jonea, who
hla addreaa aa No. 83 Waldorf
,?. :i. iianhattan. The hemorrhagea
. ,i by the accldent, however, w< ra
too i loli nt i" be atoppi d.
Roblnaon Hved at No 24 Weal 43th
i;.-, et accordlng t<> tha raatlce. it was
-;,i(i thal the track autborttlea had
? i ail drlvera that any epeedlns;
,r tha course yeaterday would ba at
th. ir own rlak.
THIEF ESCAPES BY BALLOON
Leaps Into Basket and Compels
Acronaut to Carry Him 50 Miles.
Bayre, Okla., July 1.?A plckpocket
cloa ly puraued by ihe boarn marsha),
leaped int.i the baaket <>f a balloon near
,..day, just aa tba air craft araa
leavlng the ground, and aalled away to
The i alloon had bai n Blled arith aaa,
.?.nd the aeronaut, Oeorge Harvey, was
in the baaket aeady to atart when the
mai ? iii dl covered the plckpocket tak
Iub a pura from o pockel of a cltlsen
whoae attentlon was centred on tha bal?
loon. The marahal attempted t'> catch
the iiii.:'. and tha puraued man ran and
leaped Into the baaket aa it cleared tba]
earth. He refused to beed tbe aaarahal'a
warntng < ry of "Stop thli f!"
.\t tba h< Ighl of aevi ral bundra d fei t
the tiii'i drea a revolver and warned
Harvey not t" reb ase the > Ip < aard on
! i alloon until be was ordered t" do
\tfr the pair had travelled flfty
mllea ii"- unaveleome paasengei gava tbe
we.ii and the ballotan was lowered.
Ti n fi. t from tha ground tha thlef
leaped from the baaket and ran i.?
ii, .. i ,,i parl of Ita burden the balloi n
. . in i hot upward. When Harvay flnal
i-, effected a landbagi aareral hundred I
from a bi re tba thlef had allghted
!? had dlaappi ared.
DRF.DGERS FIND DESTROYER.
Toklo, Jul] i Dredgera ut porl Artbur,
,,,, ii,.- i.i.in ii ng i" i hla i.i. hava found a
f.,ii\ equlpi ? ? i.n deetroyer, aboul
milei to thi : .1"" Tha daatroyei ia
iimli uiiti .ii "i" 'it lha i. Ilca of tba Ruaao*
J.u .aii.c War,
[EUTENANT FICKBL ON LEFT, IUI
EXOOUS FOR FI
GRfATEST IN YEARS
For Last Tiree Days 250 Extra
Tralns Loave Grand Central
PENNSYLVANIA LINES TAXED
Other Roads Report Record
Breaking Eusiness Causcd by
arations Prevent Crush.
If four bundred tralns a day are
rnough t.. handle the uaual crowda paaa
Ing through the Orand Central Termlnal,
how many at. needed tn handle th- Wg
L.,.,t 'Tush that ever awarmed about tha
outgolng aataa ol th- clty? If the
Pourth of July comea on Tueaday and
?most every one la gettlng a holiday from
Saturday unUl RTedneeday morning, and
tha weather la as hot aa blaiea, la thera
any one ln town bound to be half as
buay aa trafllc oflldala?
The Becond of theaa Queettona a trafllc
, ffli i.-ii anawi red with a wan amlla and
b* polnting at atatlatlca of an bnpoalng
Bort Theaa Bgurea anawered the firet
queetlon aomewhal after the followlna
manner, namely, that aomething llke 780
tralns lefl the Orand Central Termlnal
daily for thi laal three daya This was
to handle about 200,000 aeekera of ireen
?pota and coollng breeaea, biatead of tha
rtormal 70,000 commytera and ordlnary
Pullman Bgurea are alwaya Impreealve.
Trafllc men aay ? nation Ui known by
tha number of PuUmaaa it uaea On
Prtday 113 ruiitiiansi.it tba Orand Cen?
tral Termlnal alona, agalnat 103 for the
correaponding Prldaj before tha fourth
!;,st year. pn Saturday there were ST
. utgotng Pullmane, agalnat 87 for laat
>ear. The normal daily average is about
40, and they carry about 27 peraona t?
? i ar.
The real of the crowd travelled ln or
dlnarj coachea, and theaa Bgurea were ao
blg th.it .i.it i aboul them were not ready
yeaterday when th.- tlred ofllclala cloaed
thi ir d' sks and w.-nt w-.irily boma
Train Seven Blocka Ljng.
There were lota ?>f ten-car Pullman
tralna pulllni oul of th.- termlnal yea?
terday. Th.it klnd ..f a train is Just
about flve blocka long, and there was
one that went Bve cara better and
atretched its length over aavea blojcka
There waa Bome monej taken in at tho
wlndowa yeaterday, too. Tha recelpta
through tha ti' kal wlndowa at tha Orand
Central hav- been 135,000 a day for
three <ia>s, whlcb doea not Include tha
recelpta from branch ttcket ofllcee and
Over at tli ? Pennaylvanla Btatlou aboul
the aama ratloa were tm-. That is, tha
hot weather out-of-town ruab was aboul
as many tiux 8 blgger than nsii.il as it
waa al th- Orand Cetrtral, although tha
totala wara nol as larga. alnca ? Bood
|,art of the tiattir f..r th- Adlfotida. ks,
Thouaand isiands, Baratoga and auch
placea wenl through the Orand Central
^?iit-s. Tha Lackawanna and JeraayCen?
tral, I'.n- and all ol th- llnea operatlng
ferrlea toi the Jerae] ahore reportad
equallj haavy trafllc. Their ferrlea blaek
aitb people cllngtng to them liku Blea
4 uullnii.-'l ull .rmiul pege.
!.\"i; WITH ATWOOD oVKR GOV
'FE AFTER 22 YEARS
Saw a Taxicab for First Time
and Entered It as a
TO FACE TRIAL FOR MURDER
Young Miner Had Developed Into
a Landscape Artist and a
Musician During His
Phlladelpbla, July 1.?After ser\in?
Itwenty-two yeara in the atata penitcn
t'ary here f"r tha killinp of a mnn in a
brawl in Lykena Penn., in 1899, Sydn^y
Ware, by vtrtue of a pardon pranted hy
Qovernor Tener, aralked tttroaiajh tba
liiisuii gate to-day B fi'ce man, but the
. moment he Btepped into the str.-et a
i Deputj Bherlff frotjn Harrlaburg placed
[hlm under arreat and took him to the
Btate capital to siand trlal for tba mur
der of a aecond man he la cbarged with
havlng kiiiid in tbe same brawt
When Ware Btepped out 8 free man
he saw a taxicab for the tirst time, and
ln it he was Whlrted away to the rall
road itation. Ware had been Infonned
that he would be rearreated, and as
pressed hlmself as conflderit of an ac
Warers case has Bttracted much atten
tlon In the Btate, and Inffuentlal persona
Intend to come t., his aaalatanca. Ware
was ,i young miner when the crime a ia
commltted, and during h!s lonR term he
was a niin'.el prisoner. Ha was a BtU
dent and became a landscape artist and
Three yeara aajo Ware waa conarerted
to the Bplsconal Church and was con
flrmed bj the Blshop, and it was largely
through the efforta of Blshop naritnKton,
ui Harrlaburg. thal be was granted a
pardon. When the i>istri, t Attorney of
Dauphln County learned that Ware araa
tn be ii.'.'i he looked up his record aad
found thal he waa convlcted for*only oaa
of the murdera and that tha aecond
charge was atlll hanging over him. Ha
win be trted In Bepti mber.
YAWL REACHES THE AZORES
25-Foot Craft, Manned by 3, Ar
rives from Providence, R. I.
Horta, Asorea, July 1. -The Baa Bbrd,
th.- twenty-flve-foot auxlllary yawl which
aalled from Providence, Rhode island. on
june 10 "ii a four thouaand mtta voyaaje,
I arrlved here to-day. <?n board are Cap
i taln Tii maaa Fleming Day, of Neej York,
'and T. R. Oootfwln and F. B. Thuti.er,
! of Rhode isi.md.
The navtgatora reraorted ati well DtnT*
| inn: tbe voyaaja thay exr^erleiaced a toutr
Iday 'iilin. M,m( head wituls and two
I haavj oqualla The latter part of tba
j royaca araa favored arlth good iraatbar.
KENTUCKY S PRIMARY FIOHT
, MtCreary Beals Addaras for Qovernor
?James Defeats Paynter.
[rfOulavllle, July i Returaa from th?
st.ite Democratle ptimary from ta aut .-f
lha ns i-iiciities, Incomplate except Jeff.i
son aiul KentOn, Inrthute that .laiues !?
llcCretrj has beaa nooalnated over Wlll
I....! Addaraa for Qov^rncr, aad thal "Ollls"
Jamaa ih.i.i.- a ruaawa) raoa arlth Thomaa
Al. Payntar tor tliu I'nluU Statea Svnaic
Two Shocks, Heaviest Since
1906, Shake California
FOLLOW NEW MOUNTAIN LINE
Slight Dama?e Dcne?Panic iu
Stores and Rcstaurants of
Baa PranchKO, July 1.?-Two oarth*
ntoake ahocka, Ihe neavleet alnce tho big
ahaka ol itoc, endaa ?;??? ted by only a
few aeconda Jarred the"ci ti I i>->r11- r?
Df California ?n.i ttjeatern N i law
day. Tho first gharp ahock, experii I
at 2:fii o'clock, w.;s followed wlthla a
(ew aeconda by one of Inti nalty(
o.i-h laating abt ut five
i inly trfvial damag ?. orti 4
from any aectlon, bul
and other cltlea In the ... t
panlc aalai d up< n ci l
rcatauranta and th< i tnell
exodua from th.- lar
< me peculiar feel
waa that lt dld iot i
the - id "fault" ln the eartl .. h
baa been the >, I1 ? .!?;. re
in the paet, bul extendi d a ?.
coaal ? aatward to ti. t idlng
lt waa f. It to the i ? -
i tni i, iri the Bacr in
ward to th eaat
t.> Caraon .-.:..i R N ?
; lac ? > Kperleni Ing the I
ln its hletory.
Rush to the Strestc.
Bonia alignt damagi to
bulldlnga in S:;i i ?-.... ? !!? ivy
Btonaa In tl
Bank Bulldlng a'ere ma
of allemmi nt; auperi - wetaj
cornlcea of the n-? ? bulldlng
H'ore djgg .
waa done to the laterior
I- r "f oth< r buildh
Wlthfn a (aa i ? ? ? t
many d iwnt a
d- populatl 'I in :>. r . ? ?
Telephone and ti :? grai i -? i ? i waa
am pend id b) tha ? d< m rtlng
th.-ir j mta Herb rt Had
houae inm ita. :? II d t, and
i rulaea auffari d ln tl ;
' ted ai the bi i* Itala.
.v'anta Roaa, arhli l. - r ajg.
. ln prof ..:? .-.i to Ita al
Baa Pranctaco In thi iu .'-,
ecarce . I I ,
Shock Wjs Sc.cr?.
Baa -I"-'. anolbt r beat y . ffi r bj
1000, t- ported that tb
the aeven at ? t\ ? ru n
but it dld no ge. i
ton and Prean ? peopl d by
tli. Jarrlng, but thi re, aa In 8
where tha stat- oflb - I d ln
? trlce aa a result of tb ? r, the
damaga to bulldlnga
ln l'.-n.i, Nev., the Bhoi
felt, but In Caraon It an g
f. deral court waa it. ln the Ne*
vada cai II ii. and Jud I attor>
ni ya ruahed to thi i ti
At th - Banta Clai a C
tory both reela were thn wm off thi m is
mographs. They were imrrtedlatel* raw
i laci d, i.ut tho r- cord of I anca
a ill be Incomi leta
Th- tn. an time clock it the obcervew
tory of the L'nl rereti . nla wa*
atopped for the Brat time aince thi gr at
quake i f Bve :
The deep I.n it
apread character accomi I -t
tremor. in Ban Pran laco i
and creaklng of the i tures
played a larger i ari ln I e*
ple than dld the ti
The Brat tremor waa accompanled by
the dei i> boomlng. In downtown ^
the luncheon crowa qulckly lefl tfie
bulldlnga and ahoppera the b! ??
For aotne time it was imi to
s, cure telephone aen and thi .
tora in the exchangea lefl thelr i- i
and raa from th? bu
of any klnd is reporti ? !. a< n
I atanci s plaater ?:,; >
ln th- Ifechanlca' l v avy
; atonee In the cornlce wei i y
out of allaaajnant siiu1 ? wara
inad- in tha Wa Bc B illdlng and t-.e
i Commerclal Bulldlng.
Berkeley, Cal. July l T - - rr?
I earthquake ahocka wen at 2
I p. m. At the obacr* itorj of th>- "ni
. varalty of Callfoi nla the ch> k
vim atopped foc the Hrat time . .-. i \iu
; earthquake of 1906,
st. i.o'ns. jul: i Th. ? ,|.h at
the Bt i...u:s Unlvi ? aity n corded a
gevere aartb dlaturbance late I -
noon. The ma n < >'?
p. ni., and up tO ?" 30 ??'.:. k .-? \- ri
tin-t movim> nta wei I tho
needle was stin mo>
Btanford Unlveralty, Cal., July I u
thla piaro. wh rh i on tha "fa i >f
former s? lamlo dl tui ban< fter
rtoon'a ahock araa abarplj felt, but ni
damaga araa done exci Ing >.f
plaater celllnga In tl > s ot
A telephone meaaag* ftom alaySele*. a
few aallea aoutb of hen i thal a two
Mniy Im !? k bulldlng was I
Th>> greal dlaaater whlch vislted <'ali
fornta in Apill, 1905, 1.1/..I :. bulldtBIH
in >.ui Pranctaco, awepi in
wlthla thal clty of more than 1 ft en equare
aallea d?*troyed propert* ihen ralued at
1150,005,500 aad fi'st tbe llvea >f aome threa
hundrad ol Ita Inb ibttants
Tho Brat tarthojuake ahock wa* felt at
1*11 o'clock on the mortung of iprll i?.
it waa (ollowed bj an almosi Immedlata
collapae ol fllmsy Btructun all over tha
<ity. Tbe water aupply w.i^ cut off and
arbea Bree broke >..:( a few mlnutea aficr
ward ln aaveral placea Ihcra was notlilng
tu do bul lel the bulldlnga burrt. Pynamlte
was reaorted to in tin hope of clearlng art
??ffectuul Ur- lan>-, hut tt waa Of HO uvail.
i-'or three taya th<- Bamea ru**?d praaa*
tleally ancba>ekad. Plnally a generalrj
ceaaful ataad \>a^ made al \ .m .\i-?? ave*
nae and a large part ef thut ^uaitcr of tUe