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VEW-YORK. SUNDAY. JULY 9, 1911.-FIVE I'ARTS-FUTY-F.IOHT PAGES. * PRICE FIVE C'ENTS.
SAY lt
DAY STOKES WAS SHOT
Counsel for Girls Hints at Pros
prutinn f~r Person Who
Took Them,
POLICE CLEARED SO FAR
Qgtof-joa Admiti Keepwg the
Miisivefl 'Day or Two" B**
fore Dehvenrg Th*5"* to
Ex-Judge Olcott.
> got 1 ? '? " i W, E. D
Hokei *'v' LlllJan Qrabam
8 eborui firl? Who ra to A. H
nael I >r tho fori
bv .? from ihe v u
?tnartipent bouet ln whotM poaa - n
?
? . io
-
And. i ?????.
rr. - 18 stlll un
ana** ...
i, ? - ? ?. iterda: and thi
t. ii f tl ' del
rjve i
- '
*4 ? ? ... rj thia
? |
I i ? that the packaaji *d
? - -
0. two
'
Hi
? ? ? |
? ' - ? d June 11, I
.,..-? ? aparti
ith. 1 Mr. 1
tb< f the bttildinaT, told
bbn a ? that I
.... ...
- I di-i not take
anyt:r
?dt a
tttoroui
?'I mo ed thi *" ? : : '
ming . he found 1
? I I ' ? ;
were :
Bvei
; Idttion, i
TaVen Night ol Shooting. He Saya.
> certaln 1
takei i the nifht of thi
? ?
z ? <: tO (Ind 8llt
?fJt f
-?m i . r ro
rlUCerJ ? - ' |
o* r by
?>ne a: ? rtalnly known
... , :
-?*-?? ? rl t AttonM ) a'
. .
i retachad tr. I
? al! had not *
dlaappeau
- - nnd had 00t BUb*M -
? ? indli ated I
lona thal
*-enl ? "
? In of who took
trunk*
... ber
*rur,k and nol them
tr. a - I ma: La- a ray
ilg J will eaj. thal
?
4
? thal tt)' '
la
to the |
p*-*oaecul
lullty
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? -1 ? ? may be
.
etern ? opon
-. - ... ? . : .4r
tO .i
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i ni 7
prii
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le matter I
|.ia. ......
Ot Mai ildi
II.. ? ? i ? hl, who ha
flUCtlr
??.) in thi t< atlmony
a i,. ?? and
.*
1 that I ?? for
' ... ,,? ,,r ,?,,.
''' . iu.'ii' ?; I
ati the parl
' Thi
j- ti. t
. tk>u ln
'?? Mi ? i. ? , immli i
l will! blm
and, ln fact
ln to I i ?
lhai ? Inatai thi < - tnort
I * Th< * ii.'.d
?.., . ipart
it,i . . .... . , . |
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*** o nol Intend maklng tho
Cuniti ? ?- chargea
? r< m ni Iii'iim ii
\ i -
Pohce Exonetatcd So Far.
"h IValdi ..ti' ntioa
tha lai rj he lm
fNI.
Mi Dillon, tn etart
? ? ruiri ti .t to aleep untll
"Il ? Bnd -it ? on
.?? ? i ??: .i di teotlvi j.. r
n,1"! ' io |?t ln Mr.
**"*-** i 1 ih.- i ?-ii. -
'toam IH ball u III
?' ? etig .i Ing
? . ? i 'omml
' t ol hla efforti I A
on the i ari of
i f-ven to proi ?
Beflavr negilgence, ao imtoea there "o
'urtbtr dcveiopmtnti the latter vttl B'-t
. t whltewa
* H. Oleaaon waa one or the eartfeet
r*r*''-'.!i-. at th 1 l l' ?.mn
touUiKj-d on llnrd I'uk1-.
Notice to Proverb
Contestants
Complete list of prize wnners
in The New-York Tnbune's
Great Proverb Contest wil! bf
announced Thursdav. J'-'lv I I
Paruculars cn page ! ?
Place an order for next Thursday s
Tnbune vvhri your newsd&xt
to-da
BOSTON COPS CATCH FLIF.S
Fifteen Hnndreri Policemen -o
Join Crnsade Against. Pest
T ? ' - ph 1
ton, July 8 ?Thi 1.600 pob- ?
?ii!!', i**oiapo8a B> efflcleul depart
mt-nt w ? ? Bera ? 1 wlth an
wbea ordan wera lasued to them
? lllng cruaa
-\ ? ? kl lolcipal i ? -
Boston ! aa mada th. I aalai
i kllllng B thi . ? rrta, aad the ofl
... i- with thei ..
I f .1 ctrculars, one of
.) in < vr> ,
? ? ?-.,,;-. T
? | oi ? thlnga: "D ?
? .- .'? ? ? umn ? ?
??. 000.000 004' inta
AUTO RUMS INTO SOLDIERS
Three Brooklyn Mihtiamen Hnrt
Marching in Jersey.
1 . N J.. July 8.? Tl in ? mei
ai *? B, 28d Ri gtmeot, of
leverely b ed hert to
nlght hlli oi their a 13 to Bl
**.-??? ? raa lato
. ' Ing dowa tha
? aear tha rail
on. in all about 1 .ght of * 11
by thi
thr of them weri
ed en '-ch t - cauBe their renao'
Efosplta
-; - . ? ? , ? 41
? ; . |
n, all of Bi '? '? ?
There wei ...
, .
t to 1 nea
......
two
? Bl f ' .' ?
? 9 Hal
. . . ? v - ? .
?
Wheeler turm 1 <,'..t *r> , ia tb.
Ine, and If '! ? "? *
ded Mm. and v. ?
Uen ?". h t* ? two h
thi pt*aHo? eourt, wHeri Juatl a Huc-h
... . _. ....
rj tba ?'' Cld*nt waa UlU
? ? am. The 1 tla en then
,r.!-t.';':rd ,'fl |0 T-r:v:; v ? ? ? '' ?
Int - ? ati ip t'%r 1
NEGRO TmES^ON PURSUERS
Bhooti Detecthre Alter Woond
mg Girl and Her Mother.
...
r,. di d bv * raci rlol lat. I nlght,
? - ? Bdward Arma!.gro, of No
15 \\ - -1 133d atri et, ran thr gh I I
130th Btreel * Itb a drawn revol
havlni . n 1-..
through theli arn 1 Whftn deteel
;. 1 Btatlon
...... 1 ;.- . | | |
ng D-ttectlv. <
and thi mh r?f hia
- pr. s. n< ?
oottng "i the two -
- th? ei ? cbai tho d. tectlvea
than I,- wa followed b: l 010b
oi whlta ni-: arb ,1 ingen 1 for hla llfa
?Bd roared threati aa tb< U ? ; '?? ??? ? P
up I- Ith th< i ? ?? ? lon.
M, 1 - ? ? 1 ? m -
1 bo Plvi In
.,,. houae whlch 1 ?? calla home. Hi
.,a,i 1 . ..,1 ii- r moth. r 01
... . .1 nn . *? Ithout di
- . nptying lii revolvei al tl
... 4, . ad rontln 11 d on h
Inall: ran Int 1 a hall I So,
)\?:\ I'.irU BV< ...... ul.4-1.
eornered b th. deti llvi who
bc_t hlm Into lubmlaalon. it "
aan foi .'in ambulance aurgeon rrom tbi
Marl. ." Hoapltal i- glve ArmBti ad m< d
,,..,, ,,,,, ntlon, iu v ? -ii v* Conroj and the
,wo t,,,...'. li'- waa lo. k,.i up '?. threa
;t, | h.-.n-.-- off.-l..'..??..-? ;.,.-.-...ill.
ERIE HOLD-UP FRUSTRATED
Banditl Planned to Aguin Rob
P. & E. Train.
yn, r n;.., Jul: s ?'< un*) Ivanla
Rallroad d, ? tla - 1 dmltted to-nlghl
another attempt waa made laai
,., hold up train So. II on th.
Philadelphia l branch. This la tho
trajn thal wa held up wlth much
, !. prevloua
?.ecordlng to tlu dot, -. - bold-up
talled b) holdlng th.
,, Beiie Va ' '"'' miautaa
..,.,.. 0 o'clock tha rallroad
. ..? .",.1 Bella Valley The
? 5-1?%
? ??";:;:
SHOT IDLE STEPFATHER
Boni "Everybody Works bnt
Father,' Led U> Tragedy
. ma.
?-. ,,?,-?>. indrea. Oalllber |
. mr, hr,m.' tn-Plir'.t
-,./'.1 in.1. tei n, .'iti..' oom
22- .^JSPJS
f'.rtN ??'?'? - ' ' , . ......
.. 4 ,,,.i 1 < neued im.l V '
bul father." 1 "?
";""- . , (? ,,.. ,..,.*. Bupportl
Tlw J.-> ***** ''",,.,, who wtt*
. ,,, lhe kllllng, '''s,rVl v.-arn Bnd Ih
been out ol worK ? refuaed Jobi
b. t-, havi i*peat W lip.(1_ ;np()
Wben paniber ..c?roi5nflBf ba upbrald
heard h|,: Btepfatber aiw a^ Mit#.i||( ,.
ed hlm, Art/., accorttiw B( (iilillM.
wlth a eoalr. ine K tlmea, Ai-ta
1 motber* platol uj"' *"' ,
1 fiiilins rlddlcd wlth bun---"
MONOPLANE FLIES OVER
Starts from Natsau Boulevard
fnr Central Park, but Lands in
Leonia. N, L. Marsh.
THF MACHINE CAPSIZES
Aviator Fs Unhurt-? Mrp. T. L.
Wnodruff anrl Cornmodore,
Who Wpighi 290 PoVBdl,
Fly on Long Island.
,4 *^4>koa l< '?' bei of tha Bol
4TiHti Aero Cluh, ?' ?? sr St a v"r- ( Ity
et 185tb 81 rdaj afternoon, hav?
lng atarted from Na aau Boulevard, I onj
i ,' ai 1:20 ?.. .'??.. ? ^ .i tbi n d*ropped
.--?-. ? | . :.,, near Engle**. rtod
N i. **? Ithoul i lun to hlmei If, l>'i<
ng chine. Iifter landing tl ?
., a II bi I th< moto
v ig deatro* i ?
r. N iwl *a tel la troul
. , . . ? . \ i - - ... r,..i'tr\ :1rfl. Hfrl nt.
eutonv bile trui k v i to carry
? ?
Thoua . '
... K, *
ia" weatward I
iiltudt ol aboi ? three (houaand fee!
. ? j ?
? ? . ?
Bel i i 1
i , ? entlon to tr*
to t.'" bai ball groui la ln <Jentral
H twlci ? ln )???] the aero i
in I then fl( w algl r I
t ? tfanl tta H paaaed over
I Pai ffai i a, Rli bmond HIII;
-na then. for i -
I Park | t 185 th
ftrce* t great i ivar
? UudfK n i'*- ?
?\ .? ? a ? ?' tl>e
tationed at the Loi
laland and lanbattan
< ..jr-. nabor Bridg ? . . * th< ball
... Polle** H
t, r.. ... ri ? ? f the fl
I
-. . - . ent to thi
to dlaperse i
re du he aften
?
the ball groui ...
ttir. ng ' ' ' pereoi
..... |t the i '
; untll after 1
,r,. - ? all i 4 ? ? via*
i *4-4
,. . . . ? great A
. . .. . try | dahlp had- 1
.\ T 'A- ' ' . t'-ok
. himod liVL. Candi ....
.,., .. of tba bV
Boule* ird **eaterda" aftertioo) i
-. . 'andi elg 290 I
waatod Mr **t"el :b to i Glet
. v.iit the ... pelled to
. ipotu that "ournej H
Mra. Tlmothy I. WoodrufJ
with. the Ens n at
H .. ... ? Back. N. -i July I 'l d
.... ..... .i,
bul thi ? beautiful ? ? '
.. | i ? ? ..... .tt ln !
the Tea Nccl I ? remnded ? -
frlende, "l tb ? ighl tha - BOlid
4... Irnagim mj ? ui prl e wl i I landed
. ?. ? . md 'n.' whei * ?
?aai . ... -? j,i and water! 1 h< i
- i . ? .!. roplai ? tui ' I
?, ? , it ..? ?! i ?? .i pl J
un.!. r tlie ?? taoli all ilr.
??%-,,> , ,i |ng to !??? di.
? i ,.. . i througb the
tl ;?:... ? > md cra a k >i
,,,,, i ,. iiked through tl "? P to i
rr-ad and a pasalng automoblli Ioo
to i,-..n! i. a hcn i 'phom ?! to fl irdi *
. "Jty to let th< ?[-.?' 04 > I.
i iii, ,i and t?j ? aplaln mj di i
?? ttmong thi nt. t to t. ch I-. ?
t-eurch of i ia Co int d< \ lllfc r, arho
.,,y alfi and Mlaa Aug lai i Mol r
had i.ii i ? ? i Ini trai ol me In hla
Buton obll< W< rt turned to th? aero
. and i< movi >i the engtm . wbl< I
ed ln a I-- oi la bai n Tl ? ngli e
no( ii Jur. -I bul thi bodj of tha
. . ,,?-.. . ?. - I..-- ? everal plaee*.
"Whlle v. ?? were away aome one ln the
, .,,-, ,i thi ? a imlit-.i match or ;< llghti d
I..,. -., tub ni ar thr aeroplai e and
the gaaoh ???? ? aughl fln . bui Dlng U|.
.,i my blad< ?
?i *rowda of mi n, ? omi n and children
-. ,< on ahaklhg my banda and ? \
ng tbi ir congratulatlona upon n |
bi ap. from di .ith. bul thej nri re
alun "i tii-4.fi i *.\.'*
?| arould liave Dniabi d mj ti Ip bad l
not mlataken the awamp for - cornfleld
. | mv uii.-1 landed the lall ..f the
aeroplani ewung overhead and gavi m<
;1 ni,,.,p on tii' head tha'1 madi mt ??<
-t ? Thlnga aro no! alwayt f hat th"
aeem al an altltudi of I.0W feel b il 11 b
. al Joki on mi "
RIDFS HERF. FROM TEI8C0
Miss Aspinwall Conipletps Horseback
Journey. bvit Doesn't S?c (ri.-*nor.
Mi?.K Niin .1. Aaplnwall iroun I up ' ? r
a '.t 11 11 n * r from Bt n i i an
elBco al the Qtj Hall atepe yeaterdaj tmor.
**h< carrled ;< letter from Mayor McCarthj
,,r thai . it v to Maj or .;.. nor. ln Ib ab
Bence ni tbi chlel exe I lettei trai
delivered io Robert Adamaon, thi Mayor'a
. . r. ' '
-i |,, ,,11,. i. >.' ing woman left 1 ? Paclnc
,;, gt-1.|..... ? i and mei arlth manj
ti, ,iii!.;- . -?-? turei on b< i a hj i l >-*
I..,!!. ihla areek abe la lo rld< '" atlantli*
, ?,?. . ?? '.r.ri- I." t.' th" fl nt
... i ann iii coni ntion ?f the 0 ,|f""
i FAk ,
- t
WOMFN OBJECT TO SNAPSHOTS
Mrs. FrflSCh Vandcrbilt. Mrs. Whitney j
Wnrrcn and Mr?. Beach Protflht.
[r-. Tl-rim'1. lo i'h' rriflu ai
\. i p. ti R t. Jul] I Mrs. i rancb Van
- Mra W bJtnt y Warren tad Mn !
... i i.. ii ftanarad ln ?? ? aflM rn tu- j
,.,?,. near Badle i.. .? thi Btoratng. II
la avtdent i hKt teomen of aodal promlnenci
..i.. tn .iiake a decldad atand tiils Hiiiiim.*r
i havlnt* ti" ir pietiiree taken agalnat
ihelr a .11 bj ptotograpl ? i
\\ t.,-1, I... tr-eenen I ??'! ihel , ? -i n
anapped to-daj thi preteated to Mr War
ren, w)<<> dermandeal tin- platea and "a*
flnally aucoeaaful In getting them, i.?t noi
untll after ?"' dlecuaaion. i
NAN J. ASPINWALL, WHO RODE FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO NEW VORK. .
irrfved at th* Clty Ball -raata-rday wtth a lattai trota lUrot aUCaxtby of San Frar.cu-.-> to Maycr Oaj ar - "'"?l
,,r ,is.-. |T.icr BOTOUgb President MrAfeny lu.Iciwnefl bar er. the steps of thfl Clty Hall
i
Thereb) Mfinning Bet of $193
nnd Great Famc a?
Fisherman.
CAPTUREO RARE SPECIMEN
At Least That s thr Fisb Storv
Thnt Con.es t'rom a Wa.~hm.r
ton I.nke, Where AnlhOT
Foc-h C:i!l of WiM
Lake < m I 8.?Tucked
.... , . ? ? .
, ? ln 1 -? rn Waahlngl i
rhe ati ? ? at i
I 1 ! . ? .1
m ?' regioi
?
? - . '
? ? ?
?
ln La
Beardali ? troul fou -
i., tr i f tu| of oae on thi
,,,.... ? ? . ? aad lo careaa Ita
naottad fdd ? bi iu *h1 U '." ' ' : '
..... fiv* woel
,i.,. bar. ? ? red 'ati n
... .. ,. ". ? aptured j
i . , .. troul I ? daii '
?. ? . :, the morning and row< d ba. h
.. , ig meala aad retlred lo bla
.. . *,., ., aord aaa - dd '?<"?'?
hlm brlng ln atrlnga ei On, pecl
I...II- V'arden trout bu! noi b H -??? ??? -
4 ., , thi guaata ? UexB ?- Pan
,.,?... who leat. ??' '-?""? : ' '
... pianned to pla -***
on th. author. Oo* niorolai
? ?-.,,. he.! i.. ndon 81 bn I i I ??*
i, red to bel 1108 agalaal all th* naonej.
i ondon had In bla poca*U th*l ln '.'
?,,, cat, h a good Beanlalei trout during
??>
i,?n,|,,n found .V- and thej lefl lb*
,,, .., v.ith the Innkeaper. In the nal
1...11-.IU.-.I boai aialamad lo r*ch gueai
i.. ndoa rowod Btroea the lake fullj Bva
mllea aad flahed all day. Hla .il *aa
mpcd wlth var.a Bpe< lea of
troul a.?i ...in" ni" landlocked aalmon.
,;.,, ,,, Bp|te of fortj -fleven . hangea i I
. ,,,;,, three houra ol trolllng not a
toardflle. iroul even maai
.,,i -... "-tiH.
Buddeal) tl" nuthot i ??
an inaplratloa ?-*? lectlng i
v ,,; mad. trolllng ? poon.
hia dlamond tud Bnd Uad
;. ,.i. i- r-i ii" '? bove I h
?ti' . i
, S. I.'.l ll ll Itlt
1 4.4,>ll>lt "If Ij
Irfondon t""'
ii ... thi gui
. , | ' . ? , , f
?.i.., aud than b. ni to thi 11
trolllm il.. pla . l wab ra ol Ihi cov<\
liardly had tha bnob touched th* wab r
,. iicn a atrlka aad u tug of th* llm
.,.,.,1 the author lhal .4 flah waa hooki I
, ,, and man fough! a battie for Bfte. n
mlnuti '" '?' ? '?'' ??"' m:m v ""? **oon
ln the atera of the boat laj a 1 ? autlfully
-?,ti,.,i trout, 'hl?tj -four Inchi ? long
. ,.,; weajblag al. nlm 1.nd*.
About dlooer tlaie i". don ? arrli d Ihe
. | i/t to Ihe trarairfiia, whi n guasti had
uarw-mbled and dlaplayed lt remarklng
, . itne mouut. ?' Bpei lm< 11 II would
, ,a| ,. Th. 11 h< " II -d to ih. ? -l.-rl.'s
,,, mt. r nnd pocket-'id Ihi 8188. It coal
1 .,tug. - anothei *'?" to i' ;n 11 ho
1,.,,',' 44.,- ? lught "" ? ? ? dd of
-. . ,11.-,ni.1 dlBp'a] 01 his trolllng
? ;.;.
? An.l 11 ?? ;i" natui ? faki ta Id '.? ,>,.
, ,|., r, |a th< ?? "ni md hi n la ihe
tud_
EDITOR GOES TO JAIL
Buell 0. Davis in Contempt for
If/norinp; Order of Courl.
lltmpBtaad n 1 . Julj I Oa aa-ordar
t,.. .0nt.1r.pt Mr.r.'-d by Jttttloi Al pinall.
r,r Br04>klyn, B.n-u 'J. Daaia edltor ..f "The
,;i, i, cova Ba .mll..' r " .i H'|,u..ii bb orgaa
laatlon paper, araa commltted t" tbi Saa
aau .'."inty lall untll aaeb tim. .." b. ra
tuma 118.888 froB* tha aatati ,-r Mai-j E
Klna
l, v\* wa. rden d t>. p .j 1 ln- mno 1
,,j ,,,..; . obta 11 ?! ?? <>' 'ri-,' >*? 81 ?ard
!i-J H.l.ii alatrator >.'i tl a Mtatfl "f Wllliain
/, Klna H? n*glect*d to recognlfti thu
ot*41 aaai araa diKlared in t-oatempt
DARING AUTOMOBILE THEFT
DistppearsntJis of $1,500 Car
Arouscs Gtreenwich, Conn
., ..- i ? *- - ifl ?1 of thi
? rnohilefl Ifl
\ ? '? -kers,
-1 i ? \i Ht.-h upon thelr
-raragi I s '"n f" *'***
itoli ?? ? . ? rnlng frr.m
\\ en in a n jel ?.' iring mann< *
,. | \. ? ?, ?. 1.1.. tivet have
. .. ? . flt.lt
-a-B owned 1 H '?' ' Ireen, of the M< -
7.". Reade
. \. ,. *,.., -. a. :? Ing the
.
. ,4. ? . I.pi*ti.
I .....r lock broken, tl ? ai ti
..nt of the garage and doam j-t.i.u- to th-i i
main n ad gol ofl tl i i"-*'i Into aofl dlrl
nd then | bed Into the road again
. |Ug tbal thi 4 were aeveral pian
nn ti,. Job. Th ? n atarted
.,,,,! thi ? bi tvenl through ti town, go
, . ; ihi ; . eard
thr- cranklng ul tho car, ahkh want
..,,, ... | .. the bulldlng and
. .. . t.. t\.thi ? garai ? " '* ???|"''
the --ti' > '
PIRATES STEAL TROPHY
Black Motor Boat Seen Scudding
Away After Yachi, Club Theft.
Thi \.-v Rochellt 1 a bl i elved
a i/lali ..irH yeeterda* morning from Ui"
black motor boal that la -niflpected of
, .?.! erned ln aevi r:ii robberii *
,, ,. n<] \. a i:." belle and along lha
north al ore ol Long laland Bound When
\ ,nili i:. Stoddard, formerly com*
modon ol thr club, t*etunied to thi
lo, ?-,.,- bouai after mldnlghl from a aarlra
l,.- found hia locker broken open .m<i hla
gold tvav h and ? haln and ?? r*e>oa?o*er
., . ? an.nt ol mont gol ?
Mr. Stoddard and tus frienda ran in
iii <iire.-ti.iti*. about Ifarriaon i land, the
home of the yachi club, ln .1 aeatvh for
the thlevea. Mr. Btoddard, aa he .-trtixe.t
,t th.. bttutcb fto.'it. aaw a long, low,
black motor boal dlaappcarlng toward
ih.- Bo ind.
The wateh 8'aa n aerlea prlai of the
Larchmont **aeht Cluh whlch hli aloop,
th< P< arh -;. v,.i. in i!**-.
JAMES R. KEENE IMPROVING
Takea Long Walk in London rmd
Is Recoverinc* Rapidly
i.nii.i'.ti. Julj 8." Jami R. Keene, ? -?^i*
cernlng arhoae health .11.1 mlng reporti
been ln ? Irculutlon, 1 lai 1.ghl
thal h? had '?? en III for h ? onsfdi rabli
t;i,,, bu! thal he la recovi rlng rapidl*
Mr. Keene ahowed mucb annoyan
,,,.?? th< alannlat reporta, and ln ordei
?.,! to I". troubled arlth Inquirtee lu
Pgiati red al hl hot under .n
? 11111..1 Him. it la hla In ton tlon to apend
<-..tni; time nt Harrogate, ? faahlonable
rrateting plaee ln Torkahiri before ?
returna to th< United BtaAi -
Althongb Mr. Keane auffered .1 break
down aome montha 'ik" wd untll r.
oantlj Braa i" i*""1" p'i>',i''fl! condltlon,
. i.i\ .1; -,t lanatorium In Italj arai
,,. ,.r.-;it beneflt lo hlm. He la j-i'io to
ir.Ht nt. uarual and to tley took aa
. xtended a -Hk
t ?
JOHN W. GATES IMPROVING.
? ,. .iu ? | xhe ,onditlon )l John u ?
.. ? haa aboa.ludderebk Improvetfneni
. ati rd 1: tooordlng lo o\s pbyatdan,
im *?4mond L '"roii.
water mr OROWN
c
James Pettit Lcses His Life
While Wife and Son
Look On.
FROLIC TURNS TO TRAGEOY
"Wings" Slipping to Feet. Presi?
dent of Peavey Grain Com?
panv Drowns in Four
Feet of Water.
p i ? lefl -rfi,' to Tha Trtt-.ii
ihicago, Jui> $.?Playlog la the U.ko
hla arlfi aad bob i...-k<"i on fr<>m
ri r ind* ol th* Kotel Moraini. at
md P rk, Jamea Pettit |tB*a***?f,
peavey t w*ala Compaay, araa
?i.,i in tourtemi ot water at the hotel
?wlmmlng beach to-4d*y. Laughter ol
-. u ifi ii ,i -..?, ,t ta* aatsc* of tha
h inbau .1 aad fathei araa turned t,> borror
arhon . ?? dlaapi eared beneatb tne aar*
. . Hlfl s... .,,,:,-, Q . "\sit 4."-'' -"tlpPe.l t*
-,.. t. thua ovi ri>?l*oclog hlm. aad
pliinging hla head under tvi'- arater.
a warnlng cn '-"in atr. Petttt'a diauf
feur, who aaa hli < mploy4?**a piiRht. araa
the fir^t lotlmatton ihat tli<- water froll.
I Bd ,!i-\oi--i'.d lato -. tragedy.
Th> crj attracted the attaattoa of Mr*
Pettit, Who rai) t" th.* wat-r'9 odge.
, io -ii followi ,i I. i er *u*m*y*ar*old aon,
.rbtiaed by the (raottc B4*4*auna of the
v.i'.-, othor penotaa fouod the body naar
tbe apot when Mr. PettM bad laai bee-n
. , i, \ phyak*lan who boob r*ai*h4)d th*
? found 'I" ilfn of llfa, but 5.) in
aistent wa* Mra. Pattll that her husband
. u not dead that i-ur other idiys-ieians
were Bummooad- They workpd over th.*
foi threa houra In th?ir efforts to
iovla-i Mr. Pettit *rtd whan thay Soally]
i,.-., \i' I'.-.nt ii ? husband araa .1-ad
il collapeed
At the point B'ben Mr. Pattll
drowned be could have atood ln thi
'? r 4,ith.iut ,: ?' .- 11 rrai ui an
th.: .lai...- novlca I.. tbi arl of a limming
,-,. | ?; '. ; !.,?? n going lato tl
i dallj to rna* ter it, generally ln the
mornli i befori h crowda arrlved i -
. hauffeur, laad Inatructloi ? l
ritl< nd Mi PettH \\iili- he \>aa BWhaar
mlng but he \\.,s ; aa; ahen tln grain
? ? ? t ted for th. b?*a. h to-day
: . watei a lug ' * iii-" - ai s.-.i m.
r ult'i death W4 ?? lioughl on i''-i,.'a.4
mal*i of a i alr of Inflated
;in,i Mik bag att.. ti.?d by .,
o mbli BtraBd ol canva*. Tha canvaa ba
? .. , ? - . ? heal ol th- mi Imm.T
,..,i tbe two Inflated has**. txmui urni.-r
ih. arm*. Th atr aa tb* baaa in aaaT-aarb
to aupport 11 c arotght ,,-? th* a*4-*raga
man.
||r Pettit h.iu baaa B member nf th>
Board of Trada Bavtral ******, and was
vll kn,."n ln BOClal and business clr
,?]. - Btaca 1**01 h? had been |.re?iderif'
and -raaaral taanagei of the P***j*e*#
Grain .'ompani. He was a member of
many Clab* IH** home was Bt No. rv3
,. ,treei, whlch .e-nialns on> of tli?
. iii.rarl.'S m tha Clty. He was born
in Alllaoce, Ohlo, fort'-two -reara ng^-.
Ii, 1888 h4 matri.-d Mh-- Badli Klizabeth
inraacatt j
IEST VOTE SHOWS
)efcat o. Cummins Amendment
Assures Passaqe Without
Chanqp.
\MPLE SENATE M^jORITY
P**oposai fo Put rtfeate on Oa.
nndian Free Lisl Re.i*""">t.'d,
33 to 14- -More Votes To
Br Tak^n Mondpv
I ? - Il ItM te ' 4j-?au 1
'.Vashtngton. .lulv 8.??After defeatiai
be Brat of tho Cummins amendmanta to
I ? rn**; rocity bil! by a vote Of 32 to 14.
Benate, ia a calmer frame of miad
han ir was jraatanlfli. agreed to-diy to
nd further actlon until Mondaj
? hen theVemaining amendmenta offersd
>y tli*: Senator t'rom Iowa with thote.
ik-nsr the yanir Unea offered i* '??'?.'??
ona, arlll be dlapoaed of.
Althousrh there araa < baro qu-Tim*
nt to-da It wae .nir.iritit, when
he vote wai taken >?!' the flmt <"**. thi
'umniinF amendmont? addlng nifa** an<*
it ptradncta to the Canadlan free UaC
? .. thafla*f*t*a**4*artaajof **8clpra*4*4t*r hatra *"
imple majori'v to defeat all anemp'.; 18
<ill the agreement bv amendmen*. Ai
he t-ame time lt becama clear t!: .
najotity ef the lamtfl is anxious to dii
;>r>sp or the qu^suorjs nc*v before it ani
?rntr t.he discusslon to an end. A flflM
tlon tO adjourn. made by Senator Bai'.e*.
tvafl lefeated by 28 to 1?. and ^ arag
iti'.v by *n agreernenr to \o*.e on the
",'ummins and Pimmons am*?ndm.er*ts ei
Monday that Senators d**r..ar.d!ne: a< ?'.-?>"
were **acoi**ell8d *o tbe idea of adiourn
menl to-day.
Three Democr?!""*. -ith' b~t8*******enta and
thn a regulars made up th* fo'irre.en ""?*<
?.)pnorr^d the Cumminf amendment
The Democrats wore Bailey, Sinimc"***1
and Thornton, the )r,fure,e.nts wer*
Pr.**ih, Pourne, Bristo**. '"lapp. Curr
m;n*-. Dixon. OrOfUM and Kenyon. ar*-.
tha regular lUfHiblicana were. Clark, -*??
A\''-'-irr'n*r. Neleoo ''.nd -Mitherland. Tn'
arntjud-nant araa oppoaaal b* taretve reg
.jiar lte|raMla**8r*a8, Blneteen Di flfl
snd mu Inanrrgent
The Inaurgenta, arbo thougbt to hav
...- own aras ln puttlng th.
adi ocatea . ? - Ity ln ? bad light b*
n ? ??ina; their own vie***?* inro the record
U . ? ??*[ raf her bad!'-. On rh<** >.ne han
they arare chlded by the stan.-hest of th>
regulara for votlng for *r<e trade and oi
the o*her for a'tempti-ig to defaat th*
flrst inflajflHI8 propoici in Ihe way
tariff reduction ?-lnce tbe paasage of th
Ptj !i? !av. "It seeme to me," pald Sen
at'*- Durton. "that "he most ard**nt tartti
retormc- ought tO take rhe greate?
t-atisfaction in the opportunity offerei |
this bill. instead o' l ndangeTina- i*
"Why not have free flour, th.tn"" inter
jected Senator Cunr.ritns. "vhilft the *t*K
ond of hiB amen-lmen*'- -aaa under c^n
sid-ratlcn.
"I f-hou^d b< In fr)\-oV ofj fTtM 1 tn
said Senator Burton. "Blll irhjr not tak
up the questton courageously m a f=ej:
arate bill and not try 18 tad H on ?
reclproclty as a rid.-r""
It became rlear to-lay rhat the font
af antl-reciprrxity ctrratotry tn rapidl
running drj, and tbat no more proaotflM
apeechea are Ukely to b?? made except b,
Senator Ln F...!le.tte, who Till undoubij
r.ih- ,*onaume moeh time la launching h
t,iriff revi-ton plan at tho last motuer
rWore tlM Sena'e ia ready to vote on Ih
bill. No ore it> ?* iiiing to aaarnme reapot
sibillfN for d^-lajing artion iti thfl M
8te, ??'id *-i8k the rharge of k^ping tv
rountr* Iti gf-atpgagfl with inte*-mmab
poftejun tatiff revlalon in proaj^.t
Th>* retnaining Cummins amotidinen
propoae to put t'anadlan iron ..?>' flfrfl
prmlu. U-. flour. lumber, Ca*aal, ?''"?*
wo.'ll.ti an.l ctton goods on tfttfl Ittm H
vith-.iif *rhrmg Himilar ;'.]\an'
Ani-ri.an gOt*a*lfl goitiK tO <'anada.
Jtbaont Bi raratora arho can **each Wb*
Ing >n wtll I*** siimtn-.n. <i, go that ino
.han thr sllm ouortim of to-d-.y wlll I
on hand for tha HmU dlgpeBHInn of tl
amendmenta,
HIGH PRICES \H 1910
Average 4 Per Cent Above F!|
ures for 1909.
*tVaa*"**Agton, Jaly k* An iiii'-iixdiio*.
thr. Buraeui ol i-aimr of tha pafeaa of '
wmnr-adltlea m Itflfl .*-how?i that wi-olcai
prir-.-s m tbal yeaur arere 4 per r-nt higti
than i" Iflafl and'1.1 per cenl above t
ii v? r.iK.. ef naW, arblcb wa;i tbe : rir
hl**he>t pr'eea alr.c** UM ln *99t * 1
Caaadiaa i*edi***ot***ty a^aeaiaaloB, an item
the tep.ir* Bhoara that th^ ahelaaala prlc
o* farm |t*r?dfl>**ta arert i ? per **** u,"b
iti l.'HO than :n l*a)9.
ivhol.s-i!. pricaa bi ItM arere 18.1 p?vr ea
higher tbaa tn Iflflt, *><~ per oa* hlgl!
than in VBfl (whlcb iraa ihe jrear ot loeri
prleea between IflJfl aad BBB, 111 per m
algbor tbaa b* ,v^' aad BJ per eeal hfafl
? ;..,, tl i**a**fa**a hlgh prtn i betweea i
and UM
The hlgrbeaa prlcee in ibla decade fll
,...,,?'...,', |n < i.t..lier. 188**, ulun .i aasflj
tt4*M.*tlne began, whlcb .??mtinu. ?i ur
\ iguat, '.""*? A ii-' t ? ?> -it in. .iiul th?
u,, ,,'." ii,', ? ,-? ttiihout ? bn ak
i,, \i ir ?: 1810, when i olew k rrli
gheat polni t?*entj yat
. . \ghor i*
th. :. ? ' ??? ? .'- ' "' h"*"'
I,.,,. ,. . 188: o.\ ::. I i- r ?'
.ge prlci - of tha
ann betwi ea iv?' and laTatV
i :,,...? .i i i lU-t't ilecliue. and fr
.lun.- I- Dec-*mber, lllfll prleea remalt
nemrty level. md <> tbe eleaae of tho c
endar year Iflfl they arere BtHI 18 p??r t
...... iru.ii tii. ten-year uverat*.; bata
1881 u d 1808 ;in<l t.^.1 v'f oent liluher tt
t>:. neord ael i*v th< iiia.** oriee year?1
. it ibe 2^ eootJi*a**?litlea t*4-e*aa**afa**ed in
Invesiigatloii 148 flhoared an av?-rage
?reaaa, twenty-ala ahoared no .hango i
e*gbty*>threfl Rhaarad 8*a*at-*8a*a8ai
prtcea of lumber and buikllng matcr
lncr*-aai..l H. per eent, t-4'tn producta
?wr <*i?nt, .iruw4 1 1 p?T ,*ri)t. foodstnfffl
?ur rent. clothlng i7 per rent and mia*
I,,,,. ,u- .-oirnnoditi**? .V7 per eent. Ho
furniahinKt* de??*r*aieed 0-1 per cent and 1
and llghl I r"" "'"'
s.,n.Btraorrhnary xanations were
..frjad ln mfl. '.'oiatoes increased 300
eent, etjgs !? p**:' cent, e*t4See M per
flajal aess btef 36 ycr cent.

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