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NEW EYEWITNESS MAY
His Testimony Considered of Greatest Im
portance?Score or More Persons
Examined Before Grand Jury.
peveloriiietits Of Ihe wtmost importance
t#nd!ng toward Indlctmenta ln tho Rosen?
thal caae, both for the murder of Roeen*
,n%\ and tor extortion aus a reault of the
rtvelatlous of pollce graft, \4.-re tbe re
?alt of the testimony of a score or more
gtMgeOI - who were rxaniin.'d before the
rgod jui veeti 'lay by Dtatrld Attor
v Whitman. The story told ln Rooet>
doTa affl.lavit. whlcb proved t,> bi hbl
death warrant. and later amplitled by
?gaid Jack" Roee, Involvlng Lleutenant
?rfecktr- ln th,' pollce protection ttafhv
with it|f" gamblers. waa eorroborated ln
rnaur partlcuiara hy v.irious wltneaaea
U*uteruii:t Domlnlck Rellly, who
worked wltb Becker on t'omniissioner
vTaldo's "atrong ann" aquad, and other
police offldala, were clooely examtned In
regard to the raiqkVcattona nnd methoda
of work of men wbo rauled gambllng
_o_ses. It la understood that Lieutenant
Rjilly'* leatlroony eorroborated in ail ?.-.
lentlal detalle the testimony pr.
giveri hy Li-uenant fostlgan befon- the
irand Jury, which create.l a ^ensation in
pollce t relee.
Rfii.v have told the grand
jurcrs tbal gambllng had n..t been so
rtmpary. ll the dty for two years a* lt
ata Just prior to the uiordcr of Roaen*
tial. Ri; iy :s aald t.> bave crli
tha methfT'is of the pollce In genlnp evi?
dence asalnst gamblltiR houses. and de
dared that courts had act-.d promptly
and aftVi--ntly wbenever the pro;
denoe ?ns presented to warrant Indlct
A* to the question whether the pollce
could clP!^'' up all gambiitm' plecea In tha
dty. tf they really went at 1t property,
Lleutenant Keilly ls said to have told the
inveatigators that the h-st proof that
*uc_ ? tbir.g COOld ? t--ily he aciomplbiud
waa th* fact that :.'> gambllng M
Ing on now.
Practically every gambllng houae in t:.e
?ity. h* *ald, waa cloaed now- and bad
been slnce tba RooentbeJ murder. Kelllj
said tl.at the f.'a"i'lii!^ aquad* worked
under ta and of the PolU a
New Testimony lmportant.
,\ new ? e Itneaa i
Rosenth^ in tha peraon of Glo
iat. b! lmportant
il fdf- ???! t ' ?
who did the actual abootlng. Stantah alao
lurnisri. ial pre
.eding ? aquent to thi murder of
tbe too ulk.. ? ? The wltneaa
abl. to Idi ntlfy the mi n ? ho
killed Roaenl wai aald. Hla t- atl
i an Important bearing on the
?eretnenta of many of 1 tl ra who
- under arreal or aought by
.- who wen In at the
in thi ir handa i i
Jury. it v
. ably 4?oulr) prove to be the
? ? ? opli In
tlng tb " r murdei
:oid by tbe varioua men ilreadj under
Jfargaurel Roaa, ? aaarae from the Oer
? attended Mrs "Jack"
Ro** al Ihe I rth of h> r baby, three
gjaatha ago; Mary Btorr, a aervant in th"
Rob? boueehokL and Anna 4 ;intt*-r,
r.-;av of Mrs "Jack" Roae, gave Impor
mon) ln r^gard to Beckei
it th*- Roae bome and hla retatl.
"Bald Ja Roax 4 riae aald thal he
roiifctor foi Becker fr>r flfteen
lambllrir houses. and that the money
often pai ?? al hla 1 Roae 11 home,
at No. II Wi al I 10th atreet
The three wosnen teetlfled thal Beeker
had called at thr- Roaa home to aee "Jack"
?very flay and sotn?- tnn.-s twlce a dav
fa* six aaantba pnor to th?- abootlng of
Hosemh-l Th- v could nol >a> thal they
? tr har) aaaa the ar.-tual paaaagi of anj
money between Roae an'i Becker, bui
'-tified 90 converaatlona whlcb Ibey
"'?erheard !*? two men whlcb
^x>re d!re<-tly on s-rnfi
Mrg. Rosenthal Agai* a Witne*s.
Mr*. LUllar RoaentheJ, wldow ,.f the
Tiurdered gan appeared for tl
'?nri tlme *? a wl1n<-** before the grand
AI SIEEL TRUST
1 ontiuue.1 from flr?l pa*-.
4*?erter! that $400,000 araa the pnee
*hlch Rockefeller paid for property
whirh he afterward aold for jso.ooo.ooo
'or s- Bteel Corporation.
"Waa nol th- atatemenl >>t Leonltlaa
Uerritt . th Uaoaavstlon "ith Rocke?
feller retttCted?*1 aaked afl '.;?rdner.
"It wai- a - ??red .Mr Btanley, ex
Plalnlng that Mr. Merritt signed a re
trac'tion when a aettletnenl waa made
*-?ltri his brother for MOO.OM
Jtapraaoatatlve Qardner aaked Mr.
Stanl*y lf this portlon of the Btory "f
??eei waa not atruck from the reporl
by the "ther majorlt) memtx ra Mr,
Itanley paid it waa, ami that he told
lt r.n th.- flrior to got ji to the publlc.
"The gentleman aheuhi nol convey
the impreealon thal 1' waa not made
publi. ild ''1 Gardner. "Every
? r ln ih, , ? untry prtnti ?! M
"Oh, th< newapapera ara prlnted to?
<**>' and loel to-n ? ?? 1 ?? I want to Ke'
11 ia th* nm ? 1 ?< ord," aald Mr.
Tbe K. ?.' . l , .. -' ntatlve trnr-ed
Ngrowth 1 trust through
P ireceaaea, and deocrlbed Iwrw An
*?* Carn. ??.. had f. rced 11 IO buy hlm
"t by threata of - ompotltlon He eald
^tgi^ w? ,1 Qf jjgorgon or
th* aloori l?nklng syndlcate.
^r- Carnegie paid more attention to
^ing Bteel bill. t- than to laaulng
^?^4 hr.iifi,." |?. hlUj "||p araa nn
?? oiaater, not a h<? k broker und a
^* 9laa8 gambler.
c0ULDNT LIVE ON ONE APPLE.
,^*b*?'er, Aug '? Harry Decker, ol
;v^v" takni from a boxcar ?">n Ihe
2j*>rk Central Itallroad thle mornlng,
jT*10* from clarvatlon He was re
,t?M*<1 to tl'" ""lll,v hoapltal, where he
k-*J*? Hhyior-iHri- that ln hud bad noth
|_y?* ?*t ex,.|,i ., ijr,.',. 11 api'le for thrc-e
jury. Bbl i- -.4 4,1 to .ave gone over mud
of her prevtoua teatlrnony and to I a4
given further Important taatlraoay in anp
porl of the graft ehargea made agalns
Beeker and other police offl.-ia!*, witl
whom her huaband came in contact
Her coaveraation wlth l.leutenan
Hecker on t ? night nf tha rald of tb<
thal gambling house. in U'est tftl
atreet, last Aprll, when "he said tha
Becker told hai that ll was a "fake
rald, whlch he had to make in order t<
aquare hlmaelf at Poli.e lleadquarters
and that "everythlng would be all rlght,'
\4a* corroborated by Ma\ Maigatia, wii.
t-'titied before the grand Jury that hi
waa at t! ... Roaenthal l.ouse on the nlprii
of the iai?l and overheard tha talk tha
Mra. Roaenthal had wlth Lteutenan
Harrj rv.iiok and hia aifa, <'anie. wen
wltneaaaa befon tha grand jury and tph
of "BaId .Ja.-k" Roee'a Btay at theli
home, al 157th street nnd Rlveralde I?riv<
for two daya followlng tha Rosenthal itili
!? ? Po lok teatlfled that Roaa cgme ti
*., Tueaday night Roaenthal tva'
earlj Tueaday mornlng?and rt
malned there untll Thuraday, when h<
Headquartcra and gav<
1 imself ,:;. Pollok said he did not kno\'
? . teli phone calla for Roaa whlle h<
wai ..i tha houae, aa he wa* away fron
home moat of the time. He said he kr.e*"
nothlng of Roee'a relation to the snootln*
?enthal at that time
.Mr-. Pollok testiflfd that ahe lookec
upon Rose an tnerely a gueat at theii
ln.me wi.o had aome privata reason foi
?Aanting to keep ln the backgTound for l
ya Bhe sal.l she dld not B?i?its,
tiiat lie was assoriated in any way wltl
t .> *-hooting of Rosenthal. She deelare*1
tiiat there had been several telephont
calla for Rose while h^ waa th< re Rob,
declared in his statement to t!.? Dl_?ic<
Attorney that Becker had called blm U]
several tinies whlle lie vas al the Pol
Believed Hart Uaed Signal Code.
Tha Pollecka are said to ha\e teatlfled
ili.it John W. Hart. of Hecker's counael,
oi Roae whlle h" 4va*. at theli
home. and tl.at Hart used a signal COdl
whlch had been, agraad upon, by wblcii
he dlacloeed l.is Identity t>, Rose. A
notary named Burghai.l. of No. *7'.!
Amsterdarn avenue a ? ? mpanle.l Hart tc
P illok home and ncknowledgnl
? Btgnature to an affldavit whlcl
for Becker*a lawyer, in whlrii
he awora thal ti.e 51.'.?'?> :<nt to Rofienthal
\ was hia, Rose'8, o4vn money. The notary
t b.-en fo.md f-1nee. Rose after
war<l declared that he hal l?een forcec
k tha affldavit.
8 vi ral amployee of the Hotei Ifetro
to RoBenthala move
menta in the hotel prlor to the shootlng.
il Bmlth, ti.e waiter who *ur sta
:.t the tabie where Roaenthal and
? nda aat, was a wltnes*.. Joeeph
Clavin, b Metropole betlboy, ls -.aid te
have teatlfled that ??Rri,ig>" Weber aenl
him Into the dlning room to ea!! out
Walker. who sat at tho tabl*
with Roaenthal. The luppoettlOTl has been
that the men who were pianatng t"ha
mardar of Ri-aenthal were de.*iroua ol
gettlng Walker and the othera with
K..*enthal away and out of the danget
j aone, a* the hour drew near when th*
kr.cn.- that Roaenthal would bf
' atartlng home from the hotel.
Deputy tJommiBBioner Dougherty, Patrol
' man John J Rradv, r.f the West 4Ttl
atreet atatlon; Dr. Otto H. Bhuttz. wh>
| pcrforrued the gutopay on Rosenthal"
body, and ABBistant rdstnet Attorne*.
Krank Moaa, were nmong the other w-tt
Loula Kreae, the waiter who told th'
i Dlatrlcl Attorney that he witneBsoc
j the ahooting, and afterw-ard tdea-ftetl
1 "Brldgle" Weber and "Jeek" Sullivan ot
nv.. of the men whom he notl<-ef*l at th'
acene of the rrlme, wns a wltnes*. befori
the grand Jury alao.
Dlatrlct Attorney Whitman appeared tc
,. parfectly jmtiafled with tiie develop
before thr* grnnd Jury during thi
ile said important progret;*, l.at
made it la underatood that n<
Indlctmenta wlll be handed down untl
tn4 ,,,.x, 4,p??ir,n of ihe arand Jury, ot
NO CHEAPER BEEF IN SIGH1
Price Won't Drop for Manj
Years, Says Statistician.
Chlcage Aug. 8. cheap prieeg for beel
baaed on a more abundant K'lpply of cat
tie. eannot l.e e\peet?d for several > ears,
acoordlag t.> M. f. Horiae, atatlatlclai
Of the Union Stoek Yards and Tratial
''onipany, who Issued a Btatement to-da'
commentlng on tho record af hlgh prtea
pald for cattle in the rhlc-ago marke
In his i.pmion, the only relief li?n witl
the farraera of the corn belt, ***ho, wit)
Improved methods of farmlng and th<
,. of corn and alfalfa in feeding. ma;
be -Me to produce beef caltla m larga
number' and at lower co^t ln the n>\
. .,,- Mr. Horlne. ln his statement
Tha drouth of tt* and IflO lhrt*-jgbou
- I MfX
Ico and the general dn-uth of l?*fl._,?'*_0'
;Cx?tended th?oughout Weaternf.Canadi
B?d all the weatern and 1*?U*I>?'W*!"
",?., reslona tog?-th< r wlth th>- par
S-l*drouS and e_tremely ??vere wlnta
of mi. reduced ihe already defldenl aup
pfy of br-idliig and young Btock to ?*?'?
_n extent that a general ^'X > 'ntry
kinds Of cattle throiighout the , ountry
MAY ALLOW LORXMER $36,000
He Asks $100,000 from Senate fo:
ExpenseB of Contest.
Waahlngton. Aug. ?-An altoawBee a
?ST.-JOft or IIO.OOO may be made by IM S0'1
ate to hei,. Wllllam I-orlmer defray th
. rtof bla three y-ar llght to retall
Ur-lrOtimat ha? turned la bllla amount
lnR to $i_i.0in or *&,<*?. Thej have beei
raferred te the mvestigating commtttaa
whleh wlll make a statement to the ger,
ate, probably to-morrow. that eertaf*
Itama, .mountlng from 835.000 to 148,881
WOUld be a fair nllowanee. lf any h
COTTON BROKER A 6UICIDE.
PrOVt-ence, Aug. I- l>??pondent 04-c
Ua reeeal death ef a bualneaa aaaeclata
Charlea B. Trowbridg-. 8'**lor P**rt"**r ?
ti.e Arm of i?. Remtngton & <'<??. c4**toi
brokera. commltted auld.le *<*$?"%
lO-dar. Trrr-brldge WU WV?**2L*.
v.-ars old. Jle once Ilved in Laticaater
WITNESSES BEFORE THE GRAND JURY IN ROSENTHAL CASE.
DOMIN1CK R__II_LY HARRY FOUXMC MARi.ARF/T RW
a nuree in the houaehold >.f Jaek Ros*
Will Get Reports and Cross
Examine Them on Many
Phases of Conditions.
BENNET SEIZES NEW ISSUE
Declares He Would Liko as
Governor to Lead War Against
Enemies of Organized So
ciety, the Gangs.
Chairman of thi lle
Commlttees In the bixi -???? ?
the state will meel thla mornlna i
publban headquartera to *" over thi po
lltir-ai altuatlon flth state rhalrman
Barnes and e\-S<>!ia">r M< rw-n 1' I -
chairman of the executlve romrollte. oi
the stoto committee Bome tlme ago
Chairman Bamea formed an < ? -
committee by uppointina: each on,- ot the
county chalrmen. Blnce that tlme be haa
recelved reporta from manj or them aa
to conditions in thelr dletrlcta To-day he
arlll ask them to Blaborate thelr reporta
and will put them through a eroea-eaam
lnatlon on many polnta Ho arlll al?o
make a apoech outMnlng hla Ideaa on the
chairman ir arlfl ol tha ? eeeutli.nv
mittoe, asked last nlKht who he thought
would he aomlnated for Oovernor, re
"Well, I thlnk no om will be able to be
sure on that potnl untll aboul Bepten bei
% or 27."
Th* atate conventlon begina on Bep
"The conventlon la golng ro declde," be
added. 'There will be no attempl a' dl<
tation by ("hairman Barnea or any other
leader. Thal cannol be atated loo
I-'ormer Congreeeman vVllllam I Ben
net who la booming blmaelf foi tbe nom
ii.atlon, has aelsed upon thr lasue ralaed
by the Rooenthel murder, In a atatemenl
lssueii last nlght he declared:
The eole reauaon for the eontlnuance ><f
"aanga" an.1 "gunmen" on our atreets
la thal thelr leadera ar, the electlon daj
guerlllas. whom certain polltleani of both
partlea find uaeful on electlon day.
ln a letter which I wrote lo Ih. Be.
retan of the Itth Aaumbly Dlatrict Re?
publican organlaatlon, <>n June 29, i de.
?,,-rlhe these gangstery as "polentlal mur
dereis." The aaaaaalnatlon of Roaenthal
wlthin tw<> week* arttnly emphaalaed my
atatemenl. I shnubl llbe nothlna
than an Oovernor t>, lead In tbe enforw -
ment of law agaln t theee enemlea of
C nilio?iiian Bennel baa Btarted locan*
raaa the Republican votera tn this county
To each of ihe 86.276 enrolhd Ropabtlcana
he has sent <>ut a pootcard iisklng them
to aend hack th-- return part lndicating
whether they are for or against hlB can
didac.i. it is aald thal tbe Ntarna are
to be uau*aaaa<l and aatnetjnced by Pn
dent Finley of tha CoHege of Ihe CltJ
of New York.
On Tuesday evenlng there will be I
n.ass meeting ln the Int.-rests of the
Bennet candiilacy at the Manhattan <"a
flino. Kighth avenue and l.v.th atreei In
udditlon to Mr. Bennet, Benator vVllllam
k. Borak and Cangraaeman J. Bampton
Moor.- will speak
Dlscusslng the gangs that have dls
graced New York, Mr. Bennet aaM
Oovernor Dix can bn-ak "P the/**M*a*?
Lo October. l>t hlm inatruct Bherlff
Harburgei to h. -. ? .1 reliable deputy or
? ! ?'... k
. duiina Ihe regiel rmtion pei lod.
Then th,-r<- 4\ii| i.e n.> lltegal regiatratloii,
fraudulenl vol<? II ? 1 llclai to whom
he hn? I?een nei-eaaary wlll withdraw ti.e
. rotei t. aervlcea
1 iv? enl iled him lo command
CANNON WINS HIGH KICK
"Uncle Joo" Carries Off Dog
Days Club Honors.
*.' .*? Ingl ? \ 1 8 four feel
a-.d foui ' . ? on han I
Ihi featurt ? veni of th* ? *on
..1 < >|j rti| I?d .it 11 q.
Blon r?f ' ? I ? .- I .;.>*, < lub ll.
Lpll ll. It I
iink* and *tl ai
44,1*. "Une ?? Jot
The perl of the fi rmer Bp aker
? ' ? ? . ? rern?1 kable aa they wara,
part .1 Ihe prouramme pro
. bj Repreaent??va Henry Do l**or
Bcl eni lad N, T for Ihlrty-flva
Republlcana nnd IVmocrata, 441... gnt\i
ered lo cooinlaerate on tim proinngeri
*? . of Pongreaa an.i the troubh-d
polltli al Ui
"Although you arould not Buapeei !? '
aald Air 1 v Foreat to Ma gueota, "there
behlnd n hnsh the greateat
irarblei and 44hisilerof Ihir or any othej
? i 11,44 obiiir.- Profi
I Bomething nea.'
1 And from th< rarafree and happy fn.-e
j of Jan ?.- lt. Mann, leader of th>- mlnorlty,
flltered throug ?? Iron gray baard
| ? i. --r: bodi ? Deln' lt."
"Early ln Uie." aaid Rapreaeatattva
Taylor, of Ohlo, when dragged lata the
arena "there waa aome queatlon wh.-ther
1 i become a itateaman or an opera
?Ingi 1 Ifodeet) forMda thal 1 dweii nn
whal 1 have done In Congreaa, but here
I .- ?mi-- opera "
Wheretipon "Ti ratore ' "Cavallerla
Ruatleena," "Coaay MTould Walta" and
other Belectlona broughl forth thlrty-flve
4 oti 1 it tha negatlve,
Reprcaenlatlve Mtehael Conry, of New
Tork, rontrlboted "IVggy Carey*' and
"Katl leea Mavoarneen" untll he 44-,.*. fo.
termpted by Rapreeantatlva Mtehael Drta.
rofi'a itentorlan aernanda lo "put him of?
al Bull ilo "
Th ? meetlng of lha Dog Daya Huh was
ln dr) territory In Maryland. It was nald
tha Ifontgomery eonatahulary had gone
10 Baltlmore laal nlgbl to buy a taetMng
rinn f..r the baby.
Thi dlnner oraa over w' en ax*Bpaaker
? anniii 1 pro waal thal Jeffer on ||, Levy,
of New Tork, laki Ihaentlra memberahlp
of Congreaa lo Montt-etle a week from
Bunday waa canrlod wlth a roar.
Repri aentatlva B. IV. Toorneead, one of
the rontrlbutora le tho feaal <>f aeag, was
huabad In tba midat of Ma afforl and oom
mand. d Inst.-ad to wrlte another "1 "himmle
WIRELES8 BILL .\MENDED
House Measure Now Peniuts AJiena
to Operate Stations in United States.
"a/aahlngto-, Aug. g?I-gerel lagalatloa
?f wtrelaaa telegraphy was disctu-sed to
day by the House. whieh has a blll lo
ragulate Ihe aavre leaftlaa to ba naad, to
anfeguard army and naval wireless sta
tiona and provMa tor lha Haaaalai of
The bill r.rlglnally prohlhited allen*. from
eparattng wlralaaa atattoaa on American
soll but thls waa amended. The mlnorlty
leader, Mr. Mann, i>ointcd out that the
propoaed legl latlea empowere.i tha Prtaa*
dent ta eetee all ataUaaa in case of war,
and deelared that It would be both un
falr and ilangerous to forbld out.ideis
to cngagc in the new Induatry.
Third Attaek Within a Week
Reported by Col. Steever, in
Command in Texas.
CAVALRY SENT TO DEL RIO
Shots Sent Across the Border
Probably to Distract At?
tention from Smug
? Ri] .
Washington. Atlg. 8. ? Pesperate meth
ods t\rr belng reaorted to b* the Mexl
a-, reb tbe border to amuggle
arma and ammunltlon -. i 'he Kio
Grande. For the third tlme wlthin a
week outpoata of the American troops
i\ere flred on laM nlght, according to dla
tat-'.s recelved by the War Pepartment
to-day I tiel E / Bteerer, who
is in command oi i ?? Department of
ir la bellan ?? ? ahota w, rlred
to dlatra t tha attentlor of the soldlere,
bui unuaual vlgllance has been main
talned Blnce the actMHea along the bor
di r becamo ao pronounc. d lt la I | I
that the ruee falled. Beveral lara
signmepis have been eaptured by
dlers, althongh the Bmugglera -
ln the rlclnlty of El Pe o tba would-be
smugg'er.i have been partlcularly * ttva
CondJUone near Del Rlo, Tex., hava be?
come ao aerJoua that Colonel Bteever has
dlspat he.l ti detaehrnent of .avahy there
tain order There have been Bei
aral outbreaka In thal section, and
, Imortcan llvea and property hava been
aseaaced. C4jloneJ Bteever bellevea that
i-e will be able ta c. ntrol the Bltuatlon.
I lOle OroeCO, the n-l.el
rea, altho igh n porta to tha De*
partment of Btate ar.- to tiie ,-ffe. t thal
Ib de Indllng daily, moat of hla
followi ra fleelng to Bonora ea thi fi d
Tha rebeli have Bpllt up ln amall handa
ar.d hav.- entered on * campalgn of plt
laglng in unproti cted dlatii ?
i . ? foi , . |. . in Mexlco oi the
port "t Juan P. Dldapp, wbo claima to
repreeent the revolutlonary party tn Mex?
lco, have heen Ignored by ti"- Ifexlcan
Ambaaaador. afanuel Caleroo Dldapp, who
li in h hoepltal here, wrole to the Am?
baaaador, requeetlng a conference aa be?
tween two patrlntlo dtlaene of Mexlco,
but Behor Calero polltely decllned to par
ttdpate. Dldapp hus wrltten a aecond
latter, but baa reeelvod no reply. The
Ambaaaador deelaree that he will pay no
further attention to tbe communicatlona
<,f ihe revolutlonlat and wtll not agree t,>
H confen nce, M propoaed.
Dldapp ile.'iared to-daj thal the Inabll*
nv of Oroaco to k"ep his f,,r,-.'.? together
W8J not InJUring ?he Insurgent plana
"No matter what tbe fate of Oroaco
may be," he said. "the whole Btrength
ie!.iii upon tba moveroenla of the eblefa
in the weat, eaal and aouth, commanded
t,j- Generals Campa, Rojae. Campoa, Ar
gumedo, Zapata end Mlranda, who are
operatlng without any oonnectlon with
Juarea, Mea , Aug l Oeneral Paacual
Oroaco announoed thal he would nol con
aent to en] \tnerh ans enterlng the. |n
terlor and that If he dld he would not
guarantee their llvea
OtncuUa .ui the Mexlco Neethweatern
peaterday dealred to hend oourlen ovei
the dlarupted Une lo the lumber oamp*
at Pearaon, bui the rebel oonunander
would not permlt it. and atOO refuii-d t"
pg*g aewapaper correapondenia to the ln
Dooglaa, Aiia Aug, I Reporta to day
Indlcated tbal fully w rebela were in the
vh-lnity of Puerto da Ban Lula, flfty-eeven
miles eaat <>f Agua Prlela, Bonora end
tbal retnforcementa numberlng M arere
marchiriK north to Jolu th.in.
l-'.-deral relnfonetn. nt4 are aald to be
roachlng Affua Prlela daily. The garrtaon
there BOW nuiilh. r.s U<\ mon
$16,651,000 FOR AGRICULTURE.
Washington, Aug. s.-The conference re?
port on the agricultural approptiatlon
hill was edopted by the House to-day
and now ?<? B 90 the Pr. sld--nt. The
nieaanre carrled RM61,9Jb, an in.-rease of
f?KP> over the amount orlglnally appro
AFTER FEDERAL OFFICIALS.
Washlngton, Aug. S -Inquiry into in
vestments alleg.d to BAVe h.en made bv
pepartment of Agrlculture oflblal.'- ln
Alaeka copper mtiiea, end trips alleged t>
have been madi al government expene*
to examlne the propertles. was asked ln
th. Houae to-day ln u resolutton by Kcp
resentatlve Akin. of New York.
TNE IP POSIHONS
Troops from All Parts of the
Country Report to Gen?
NOISE OF REAL CONFLICT
First Cavalry of New York Ooes
to Front with Clatter of
Hoofs and Trumpet
Stnitford, *"onn.. Aug _?? The head?
quarters camp of Rrigadier General
Tasker H Hltss, who V4.UI i-ommand the
war rnanmtivres in thls section for ten
day**, assumed definite form to-day.
.Many oflh-erH and men from all parts of
lha Barvtca eama In to report for apeclal
duty. The arrlvala were of both regiilars
At BHdgepon the ippearanca ?t many
offlcers and men ma'le the place look llke
a garrlaon town. All day army wagona
rolied througb the atreeta toward Strat
ford. orlth now and then a detaeliment of
aoldlera, moat of them from New Tork.
Camp Lea, as it has beea named. ls on
an elevatloa a ahort diataaea from Para
di*4 ilirnn. and eommands an outlook ln
A short dlstance hehlnd General Bliss'a
tent Is the wireless station. ii.stalled by
. 'ompany a. signa! corpe, from Omaha.
an.i on the axtrema right are guns of the
3d Fleld Arttllery, V. S. A.. which will
he uaed for ftrlng salutes. In the rear I**
Trrx.p A, 10th U. 8. favalry. from Port
Ethan Allen. the membera of whlch will
do patrol duty around the grounUe.
The eentre of the fleld wlll be the pa
rade gro :r,d and a4lation fleld. Oppoaite
divlsion headquarters is the second btl
nade. made up partly of the New York
Satlonal Guard. (''. the left are tents for
Oovernor Wa nnd Adjutant General
O'Ryaa, of n. w Tork, and their staffs.
Wireless Set Working.
The wlreles.* atatlon set up by the slg
nal .orps V4ll! work wlth another 6tatlr.n
at Mllford. ti.e headquarters of tho Red
army, and it Long H1II, at Trumbui;.
\vh!< li will be an obs,natlon polnt of the
Blua army. Ratteries F and I"', td Unlted
Statea ArtlUery, have gone through to
Milford tO join th.' headquarters of the
flrat brlamde of thr HaOa. Det?<?hnient.?
..f both Reda and Blaea are showlng up
in dliTerent viiiaRea. The :th I'nlted
states Infantry, tr.-.ni Plattsburg Ear
racks, under mmmand of Colonel Caivin
s. cv.wW, arrlvad at Newtown and went
into eamp to-day.
Colonel Wllllam A. Mann. chlef of staff
:., Oanaral llllss, is here. and is to be in
. i.arge nntll the arrlval of General Bllss.
Other Ofileera who are to aet a.* assistant
umplres have arrived, and all the regular
army oll*. er* attaehed to the headquart-ra
staff will ha4,- made their appearame, to
morrow. The largest d^tail of offlcerB
wlll be from Governor's Tsland.
The llmlt of tha .ampalgn was changed
'o-day from Auguat 10 to Augiist 18. so
that operationa may cancluda Saturday,
August 17. and tha troopa be taken home
the followlng day
Aeeording to hurtruetiOCia issued bv Gen?
eral Pll.*". there 44 1.1 be no maneeuvree
by larg,- bodlea of troopa before Sunday.
Auguat ll, at s a m
Whf n tho i ruel nur -tarts the only way
tr, dlatingulab frlend from toa arlll be by
the r.olor of the hand upon the hat. but
foe.i may not do all of tha tlrngs that
go to make up real wgrfare.
After f* o'clock nexl Bunday mornlng it
wlll nol be aafa for ajiybody ln theee
parta, as tha > ampalgri wlll ba eentlauoua
from ti.at tlma untii finally termlnated by
f umpire. That aounda hi<e taik
of baaeball rat'ur th.-m cannoa ball
Work Easy at Firat.
Ai the befdrinlng of tiie canipaicn the
troop* will be allowed to take thlaga
. . They wlll not have to <lo anv
flgliting before 8 a m untll Tuesday. but
by Frldaj one body of troopa may rout
another out of be.i at 1 o'clock, ae it ;*
Buppoaed thal by then they win hava be*
come hardened veterana. Th.- daya ap
to Auguat IS "Ain conatltate the Inetruc*
tional perlod; th-n V4lll come th** t'mat
perlod Durlng the Inatructlonal perlod
the tlrst mareb of foot troops will not
exoeed Bva miles, but later marcbea may
ho incrraaed to aeven mllea, an?i the rirst
march of mounted mllitla aill not aaeeed
ten mllea, Iat--r belng Inereaeetl to aeven*
teen. A foot aoldier also may he relleved
of his paek, exceptlag bla poncho and his
ahelter tent half.
i-'or the COmfOli of the mllltl.1 fleld
tralna 44 Ul be permltted to follow troop*
r.t dii.in.es leea thnn the tactlcal situa
tlon mlght yuatlfy ln real war. but tho
eaemy aill not b> permltted to captlire
When th-> happy .ia4s of the tnstnie
ttonal perlod hav.* paaaed tho guardsmen
Will have ? little more lo do. lt 44111 be
ciiatomary for oAeera lo order .1 iBaroh
of aa much as e;sht mllea la a day, but
r.ot untll Auguat 17 wlll th.* men be re?
quired to carry thelr full pack.
in tha puMlahed Inatructlona there is
on? paragraph whlch 44 m be of intereat
to fannera ln the vlelnlty of tho war
game. It sets f.-rth thal offiVers will fre
qaently vi-it th,* kltchena ef their eom?
mands aith 1 *iew ol detectlng any food
Bupptlea, Buoh an poultry, frult*. vage*
tablea, green torn, ete. which may have
been aeeured from th<- baraa, oreharla ar
tho ti.-lds of the eountry. Any soldier
caught faragtng aiU b?' punisned and
reparatlon made to the farmer.
An important Innovatloti has been estab
llahed for tha cara of aarteualy aleh or
Injured men of tho New York Natlonal
Guar.i. a temporary organlaatfoa, known
as the Korwardlng Hoapttal, huving been
provtded fer. lt arlll h<i in eimrge af ?*ap
taln Uoaea A. ittvera, Medleal corps.
Make Hoapital Plana.
This forwarding hospital wlll have
brancbaa at dliTerent point* durlng the
manoMivri". and wlll pl<k up slek men
nnd forward them to NeW York for treat
m< Pl ln St. Vin.-enfs Hospital.
Ordlnary oises of alehaaaa win be cared
for bl lha regimental or dlvlston fleld hos?
Th.* feedlng of the troops, numbering
aaarly twerity thousand, wlll be a large
task. Assistant Quartermaster Geperal J.
H. Palllnger, at Governor's Island, has
awarded blds for the dellvery at Derby,
fonn. of 12>'.000 pounda of tomatoes. 13.***
pounds of onlons, 180.000 pounds of ice.
?JijO cords of 4\ood. ?-'W.000 buahels of oata
and 32.'..000 pounds of hay. There wlll be
a depot of eupplles at Derby. To Danbury
there will go 80.000 pounds of potatoea.
:?.J'J0 pounds of ontons. I'JO.UOO pounds of
lea, \2b.W bushels of 4>ats. 110,000 pounds.
of hay and loO corda of wood. To brldge
port the eupplles will Include 100.000 buah
els of oatB. 125,000 pounds of bay and 78
cords of wood. The meat supply will com?
from N'ew Haven at.d will Include loO.'V*)
pounds of beef and 5,000 pounda of butter.
The beef will be rushed by auto trucka to?
the varioua .ampa.
The 1st I'avalry of the National fJuard
of New York, which is to take an lm?
portant part in the manceuvrea 1:. Con
BOOtJeut went to the front yesterdav
with all the pomp and clrcumatance of
real war. The troopers had boen in their
armory, at Madison avenuo and 94th
street, all mornlng awaltlng the bugle
call of boots nnd saddleB. and at |_*J
o'clock. when lt was eounded. there waB
commotlon such aa had not beer se<?ii
slnce Spaln waa nagging Uncle Bam.
Half an hour later the reglment formed
in 94th etreet. and ln a few minutes more.
wlth elatterlng of hoofs aa an insplratlon.
the march to Bridgeport was begun
'.'olonel Ollver B. Brldgman. .orrmand
Ing the regiment, had taken tlme hy the
foreloek. as it wer*. and before the order
for the reglment to move had b*en re?
celved he had ord^red that the wagni
traln depart. lt left an hour and a hat*
before the troopers mounted thelr horse*
It will be the duty of the lat Cavalry lo
partlclpate ln tho attempt to prevent the
invading army from advanelng upon New
York. The re-t of the New York troop*
will depart on Baturday mornlng. 8om?
ar,> going hy train and othcra by atoamer
to New Haven and to Boston.
Kive troops of the lat Cavalry of N^r,
York. numherlng about 280 men and offl
cers. encamped on the clrcuB grounds Ini
Larchmont last nlght. Thev will march'
for Bridgeport. Oonn . thla mornlng Th*
column conslsts of troops A. C, D. F at BM
H, Colonel Ollver Bridgeman comtnand
Ing. Wlth hlm are Lleutenant Colonel
Merrltt Smltli. Major W. B. Wrighr
Captaln Robert Bush. Captam Edward I
olmstead. Captaln Outerbrldge, faptaln,!
Henry flhettler. troop commander*. ard j
Captaln Sayre and Lleutenant Scherer, of'
tlio medlcal corps.
Twelve troop wagona accompany tha*
column, carrylng the camp and fleld ou' -'
flt. The men carry full Held equipniem. I
The column ls to form a part of the Blue*
defendlng force ln the viclnity of Bridge?
port ln the army manu^uvrea. , Thev
marched from New York during the af?
ternoon and frotted most of the way to'
Larchmont. restlng twtce on the march.
They expect to reach Bridgeport to-mor
row nlght. Many of the offlcera and mer.
wete entertained at th* Larchmont Yacht
Club laat night.
SUNDAY'S NEW-VORK TRIBUNE'
Mailed anywhere in the United
Statee for $2 50 a yaar.
TAFT MAY SEE MIMIC WAR
President and Other Officials
Plan To Be In at Finish.
(From Th<! Tribune Bureau.J
tYBBhlngtrm Aug. 8.-President Taft,
the Secretary of War. Major Oeneral
Ltonard Word, < hlef of staff, and other
army offlolals are planning to go to
New York the latter part of next week
to obaerve the finish of the mlrnic wa:
Only tentatlve plans have yet been mad>
but there Ib much Interest in ihe evi i I
ln Waahington. especlally ln armv ctrctea
The present plans are to wlnd up th*
manceuvrea ln the viclnity of Stratford.
Conn., but the campaign Involves New
York Clty to such an extent that ther*
may be abrupt changes In the pro
gramme. shlfting the scene of operations
to the very heart of the metropolls. K- ?
livalry between the army ofllcer- on the
reapectlve sldes lenda addltlonal Intereel
to the "war." and wlth the President and
beada of the army on the Bcene the
rlvalry will be intenelfled.
The Bteonttve party plana to leave
Waahington next Wednesdaj-. and apond
perhaps three daya watching the manceu
vres. Bven though President Taft tlnd?
lt imposslble to attend, there wtll he a.
hlg delegatlon of army offlcera and ether
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