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OOSEMELT M, BUT
LEAVES CHKAGO TO-DAY
Despite Nervous Exhaustion
and Bleeding from Wound,
Colonel's Condition Is Good.
BULLET LOCATED BY X-RAY
Lies Outside Rib and Can Do No
Harm?Patient Says He Will
Speak in Madison Square
Oarden on October 30.
Chieego, Oot 20.?Celenel Roosevelt
prspsrsd to go to sleep to-night at
10:15. nsarly an hour earlier than usual,
,.ying thst he must get a long rest for
ihs journey to New York to-morrow.
He said that he was tired, but that he
exp#cted to stand the journey easily
and thst he was eager te be at home.
Colonel Roosevelt's temperature at 9
s'clook we? 98-2: at 10:15 it had dropped
tvve-tsnths of a degree to 98, whioh is
six-tsnths sub-r.ermal. His pulse and
respirstion were stationary at 78 and
Chlcago, Oet 20.--The advisabillty of |
permlttlng Colonel Roosevelt to depar:
to-morro*- morning for Oyster Hay vn*
debated at lenffth to-day. and not until
after hls phyetclana ha*3 hold ? con
gultatlon to-nifcht dld they declde dt-H
nitely that hr mlght go. He wlll leave
Chlcago foi New York nt 8*08 ;i tn
Althougi Colonel Roosevelt's condl*
tlon nas dts^nbed as normal throug! -
out the da>. i* was learned that ln^
wound had M> d conaklorably and that
be was suffcring from narvoui e_h
The ex-President s physlcians insist- d
that both of theae developmcnts wore
to be axpected nnd thatlhrre was in
them no cauae for alarm. Tbe blood* |
Ing, lt was explainc-d by Dr. Alexander |
LamNrt, neceaaarlly accompanlod the
discharK- ol MTUin, whu-h la part of
the healli.g proraaa, Dr. I_imliert alsc
said that anv patient who had leen in
bed for a week would sufTer from ner?
vous exhaustion, and thal I olonel
Roosevelt needed only to have abaoluto !
Safe if He Is Kept Quiet.
?1 wi.-h \vu would emphaaize the
fact." said Dr. I?tmbert, "that Colonel
?naevelt la getting on well, but that
any patient who has been In bed as
long as he wlll suffer from some degree
of nervous exhaustion. lf Colonel
Beeaavell ls kept perfeotly qulet lt wlll
be safe for him to take the trlp."
"There ls no cause for serlous mis
givlngs," said Dr. Arthur D. Bevan.
"If Colonel Roosevelt le kept qulet."
Dr. Murphy and Dr. Scurry Terrell
gave the aame oplnlon.
In aplte of tbe assurances of the
physlcians. lt was apparent that some
concern was felt aa to the effect upon
Colonel Roosevelt of a day and nlght
on the traln. Mrs. Roosevelt accepted
the Judgment of Dr. John B. Murphy
and his associates, although for a tim?'
aft?=r her husband's setback last nlght
she was doubtful whether lt would be
safe to attempt the Journey so soon.
She f-aid thls afternoon, however, that
if flnal arrangements for the trlp had
been made she would not innlst on a
thange of plans.
The physlcians' evenlng bulletln. 1s
sued at 7:15 o'clock, while reportlng
Colonel Roosevelt's conditlun as good.
emphasized the need of absolute quiet,
Thi.- balletta follows:
Pulse. 72; temperature. 9?2; reaplraUon.
B. Blood rount. normal.
Cotom Reoeevelt's general condition
Resplratory movements r-.,mfort
sblc. Hiv general rondlti'm J-i?tifl?-*? hls
leerlog thi hospltal I ??? U.-i \. hul
it ls deemed sicivisable. In order to l?*aen
thr posslbility of complicotlons, ti ,it he
should not be dlsturlvd In any way, nrnl
*?lll not be allowed to see any one en
toute*. H<- wlll bf- ln ??l.arK* of Dr. Alex
?.r-d?r I?mt>ert and Dr. Sr-urry T.. Ta-rrell
? ll JOHN T? Ml'RPHY.
ARTHVR I). BEVAN,
H'l'RRV L. TKRRI7I.I..
Fix Position ef Bullet.
The ;>o-j1tJon of the bullet which so
nsarly cost '"olonel Roosevelt hla llfe
**'M flxed wlth precislon for the flrst
time to-day. Another X-ray photo
graph. the third. wae taken to-day, and
from thls it was learned that the bul?
let lay outside et the broken rib. I'ritU
thls photograph was tuk*4i the physl?
cians had been unable to state ponl
Itlve'.y whether lt was on the outside or
the lnsjde of the rlb.
"We know deflnltely now that the
bullet lles outside tbe rib. where lt can
do no harm," aald Dr. Lembert. "It
hes ln such a position that I could
reaeh the spot preclaely through a.
small inclslon Bhould Colonel Roosevelt
desire to have lt removed at any time.
lt ls a matter of hls own preference."
Colonel Roosevelt nald that he did
r-ot think he would ever have the bullet
"?"?'hen the dresslng waa removed
from the wound to-day it was found
to be stalned wlth blood, mtngled wlth
the dtbeharge of serum.
"The dlscharge is from the entire ln
flltrated tract," aald Dr. W. B. Mc-1
Cauley. "In such a case as this whlte
corpuB'les of the blood are deposlted
over the surface <>f the wound to form
a prote'-tlve wall. When the lnflam
matlon suhsidet- permanent tlssues be
Kln to grow to flll up the wound. The
whlte rorpiisr-ies dissolve and are dls
' barge'l as serum."
Coionri itnoaarsli awoka at fi o'tiock
"his morning and began prepa'ratlons
for bn-akfast. He ordered ba^on, three
soft bolled eggs. buttercd toa?t and a
Pot of coffee. Heretofore he always
bas had tea. Hls temperature was ilfc;
pulse. JJX, and r*>plratlon, 18. He re
'?eived an early gift of a large basket
of aesorted frult.
Mrs. Roosevelt in Charge.
Mr* Roosevelt supervised the flnal
arrangements for her husband's Jour
ney to Oyster Bay and gase orders to
have hls car stocked wlth hls favorite
thlngs to eat. Dr. Larnhert and Dr.
"Terrell, who are to have charge of the
'olonel during the trlp. *fi<l that they
*?'?uld trv to keep him ln bed most bt
On arrhal ln New York the two enre
occupied hy Colonel Rooaevelt and hls
party wtll be Bwltched to the tracki of
the Long laland Railroad and aenl dl?
rect tc Oyater Bay, s,. that the Colonel
vvlll not h-- obllged t<, leave bla atate*
room until he geta Into the automoblle
that wm iako him to Bagamore H11L
Colonel and Un i: ?? relt Mlaa
Kthcl, Theodore, Jr., and Mrs. Long
worth will occupy thi cOlonel'? car. Dr.
Lambert ai , Dr. Terrell will be quar
tared with the newapaper* men In the
second car. a bell cord will b,- ar
ranged so thal tbe patlent from his bed
can Bunvrnon elther phyaiclan dlrecl al
any time. The doctora, Mr*. Rooaevell
and the colonel'i daughten aill be the
nurse.s on the tt Ip
Once back at bome there arlll he lit?
tle relaaatlon in tbi strlct reglme of
the phyaiciana for a week or ten daya
Rooeevelt bellevea, bowever, tbat he
will be able t" speak In Madlson
Bquare Oarden, Nea York, on October
30. He hopea to make one apeech i"
summarlze all his reasona for seeking
support for thi Progn alve part and
haa bcgvm to plan ddrcai which
he ,-an deliver ta ta*enty mlnutea.
Will Speak Anyway. He Says.
"But i am golng i" the meetlng, any?
way," li. aaid, "even lf F can speak
only three words."
Special precnuttoni f"i the prot<
of Colonel Rooaevelt when be leavea
Mercy Hospital were announced by As
alatant t hlel of Police Bchuettler to
nlght. The aaaiatanl chief of i*>ih-e
^111 taki- personal charge <,f the ar
rangement.s and will h-ad thirty-flve
uniformed patrolmen, who will guard
Colonel Rooaevelt ai he ls conveyed ta
an automoblle from thi hospital t<> th^
rallway atatlon. The viclnlty of th.,
hospital will !>r- cleared of people. and
polh-emen will be on thc low roofi ot
adjolnlng buildlngs Dete tlvei will
guard the patienl untll hls train pi
the Indlana atate lii
TO FILL COLONEL'S DATES
Johnson Starts for JXewj York?
Statement to Califormans.
4 hicago 4 iri
left here iins afternoon ' '?'" la
? ?v..r the Penaylvanla line* for N'.-w York,
flll Colonel (lai.-s in
the Kast .
campaign ind ? !:???? t the flght. Thi com*
but it is known It aill enibra ? I ?
states of Nc w s \' v
Hampihlre, Conneetlcut, Maine, New
Jvreey, Delawa i : Pennaylvanla. 11 *
expei t4-u to ? ?-1 d ne d > ln
Malne and anotht H*"
will travei b)
lteforc depiu tlni l ? i lovi rnor - ? d
the followtal atati ? "" I
rltlaena 4,t t aJlfornia explalnli
aona for ramalnlni ln ? ?? Eaat:
My canmaistn li
CludVd last nlght ll ''
rationa had been ma
urc to-day ? ' v- -
? ext. l had exp
rcmainder of the tlme bei
Tt.- attempti d assi >lon< l
plenv I had 1<-lt that II wai I
reti.rn to niv native atat< ai d I wai
loath to remam lonj . but nv
enllstment in thla ca Wl .? ;> wi
Btrlve w.?s not for a day but foi
tlmi. arid when ti.. ;? adei of ?
waa udden ? atri kei and I fouad
helplesa here It ? ? to hav- ??
i to bear parl ol I la burdi n
. ontlnne tl < ati uggli a w, I ad plat
foi hlm to 'h.
many reason* for i
b" readllv und. rstood. 1 ?
the re.|-ii bi of thi i'i ?? ? f the
nation. and shall, ln so fai able,
continue thls Kt.a- battle tliat mean
much for our humanlty.
Doubt as to the appllcatlon >,f a sr
law af Callfornla providing th.,* .. Uo
ernor leavlng tbi atati for n
sixty daya automaHcally losei
waa dlspelled In i kn ?on'i ". n i
by thi >>???? Pl of ai plt lon from Attor
ney General Webb ol Callfornl i
opinion was tnat a leglslatlve resol '
paaaed before the i had been
thought of as a Vii tlal can-11*
datc. glvmg liitn p?Tl
dlacratlon about abaenUng hlmself from
thi atate, wa.- effectlve, and th.*: he
would i.. safi ln remalnlng
GARDEM MEETING DELAYED
Roosevelt to Speak Oct. 30?
Johnson Coming East.
The mass me^tinK .,f the Progreaatvi
party at MadlfflW Bquan Qardan wblch
was Bobedulad for October x has been
poatponed until Ottober 30, at the re
quest of Colonel Rooaevell lt is ex?
pected that Mr. Rooaavall aill have re
covered aufllclently by that time to de?
liver an Bddreas lastlng about twenty
MeanWbfie, tba campaign of the l*ro
gresslve party ls tr, continue with all the
vlgor possible, JBBpltQ Mr BOOBIVBlt'l
mabtUty to iak<- tlu atump Oavwrnor
IMrarn Johnson of Callfornla will liil 'he
most Important angagementa aooeptad by
Colonel Rooaevali ht thi Eaat aud for
that purpose a BOmpletl Cbangl ir, the
plan' of the Governor was d.clded upon
TO COPY CZ0LG0SZ TRIAL
State Will Use Same Methods
in Prosecuting Schrank.
Bj Ti legreph lo Um Trlbaai I
MHwaukee. Oct. 'Ji-.iohn l'lammang
Schrank, BOCUSed 4,f assault with intcnt
to commit BBUrder upon the person of
Theodore RoOBBVllt wUI be trled ln MH?
waukee BSaetly a.- CaolgOSI was trl4?d ln
Buffalo for tbe murder of PraBMeut Mc
Klnley. Only tbe less scrlous nature of
the charge will mark the ilifference be?
tween th?- two trials, BOOOTdlng U> State
Attorney gabei, who to-daj anaouneed
blB intentlon of sending an asMstant to
Buffalo to <heck up the manner ta wblch
the BufTalo piBBBCUtBT bandlad the f'zol
goar case wlth his own plan- for trylng
Mr /abel sa. .- ln purposes td make
MHwaukee a bad P-MM tot ****** 4 rimes
of this srut hv Bbowtng Ibal apeady Jus
Uci win he iidininirt-ied wii-n Bcbrank iv
pia.-ed on briaL Uulena tberi U a long
delay through totroductloo of .videmeto
prove gcbranb aana bi expecta the trlal
ut the most to bt over in two daya
The aanlti euaatlen wta be gealt with
partb-uhii'v. ind BVOrj 1'ieiaution will he
taken to s.-<- tnat tba prtooner daaa not
em .pe P.ison on ..ir. ni founded elalm ot
mental uoBouncnfn ta 'bb partlcuiar
aapadally M> Zabel arlll rblioi
of thi Chmgaea trlal ' l "" ?*'
as 14. awur- th- s.nn. : wl'"
a. m I Hi betli rn i. ? '? tbal thai
will not he neecj.
fvlnnnk ilxl not hav Ml <all t4>-day.
but s[M-iit rba greati i aan of tba tlme
wHtlng and r?;.bi,K .Von. of ',< ' '""
munlcatlons fr.mi Bcbraak'l pen n.is beBB
given .-ui Moel 4,f tbi n ii is aald, ari ef
a rumbltng iiali.i-. aad OmewhBt 'Imilar
io the wrltina* found In rtli pocketi oa
[tbi alghl be -h ,i Colonel Roeievelt.
PULPIT LESSONS OF
Greater Restrictions on Immigration Recom
mended?Hostility to Restraint Called
' Pulplt diacusalon oi th?- nttempted a**
j sasslnation of Theodora RooaevaM wa<=
1 wMespteed ln this city yesterday, the slst
Iof coocloslons arrlved at belng that the
j probleni of crimr was one of the greatest
1 besettlng modern civlllzatlon
Pelidtoos txpreeeloni ol hope ln Colonel
Rooeerelt's early ann eomplete reeovery
1 were not eontlned to any detMMnlnatlon.
, Among others, the shrmtinK ot the I x
I Preeident iva< tlie toplc at Calvary Pap
I tivt Chureh, th<> Madlaon Avenue Banthrt
Chureh, tbe Waahlngton Reiphts Meth
odist Eptoeopal Church and tb>- Churcn of
it ? r>i- ine Pateinltj
?tricter immiuratiou regulatio nere
recomtnended it. .it leasl iwo pulpita and
1 tbe feelini? of freedom from restralnl wai
deplored as ths greal Amerlenn falltng
in Proteatanl Eplacopel churchee the
! rapM improvement of the dlstlngutahed
patient resuHed ln the redtal ef thr regu?
iar prayer for tbe stck belng dlscontlnued.
Followlng a custom unlveraal during
the lliness of an-- dlstlngulshed person
New York churehes malntalalng nreek*
day services began Imtnedlately when
word* was received of the ehootinK of
Colonel RooeeveH lo ua? th<
prayer for the Blch as found In I
book Al st Qeorge'i Chureh, In 11
veaant Iquare, arhlcli h attended bj J.
Plerpont Morgan Beth Low, R Fulton
Cuttlng and othi rs o pn ra i
* prayer was saM al the di
1 ari ek. II reedi
; ii Father of mereles and Ood of all
eomfort our onli beip ln time of
i iru.k down from heaven, we humbly t?e
? Thee. behold. vlell and rrll*?v*? Thy
i slrk rn rvai t for **h. I
offered I ????k upon him wlth 1
1 'riiv men . romfoti him ?? i
1 Thj goodness pn -? ? ri hln froi
'. r hls afnictloi in?l li
?(....! i i.i.- reatore bim lu health, and en
I abb- him to load th. resldue I
;, Tbi f'.tr aml tO Tbi plm . - ? ? ?
, r-ive him grace sn to Uke Thj vlslt a tlon
tl Rt. after thls rninful llfe ended le
Imaj dwell wlth Thee In llfe everlastlng.
through Jeeus <~hrtst our Lord. Amen
i Tbe Cathedral of Ht. John the Dlrlne.
Hol) Communlon, Trinll *
Mary the Vlrgln and manj oth.r chureh
,ving weekda: sei k*ei ised Ihls
prayer wltbjwt special ord? ' dls
rretlon of the mlnlater Uklng Ihe srr
y\,., ;1v b alwayi doi ? '- *"1*"- .
-, . v. t. ' I i' , \ I'O I ' i ? ' :
rum >t*. ' ' "' ?
\-elt being out of danger, the prayer was
not said in any ChWTCh so far as could
be learned. .>or were any prayera said,
ihe reaaon given bebag that he is practl
cally not slck.
"SCHRANK'S BIRTH CRIME"
Preacher Discusses Shooting of
?The birth of John Schrank was a
crlme against society. and wbea we groa
| dvUlaed an.l senslbp- MKMgh ll v*'11 not
jbe pertnltted tbal defectlvee auch as he
' shall be brought into the world." said tba
| R?v. lYank O. Hall. paator of tha ?'hurch
I of the Divine Patemlty, Central Park
West and T-.u, street, In hli aermon on
"CriBM Ranrpant; what Shall Wi Do
Ahout if."' yeaterday morning.
ConUnulng his lummtag np of tbi con*
tiibutory nuaaa of the Bhooting of Colo?
nel Rooaevelt Mr. Haii aald:
Having been born. John Bcbrank, of all
'nther*. should noi hav- I.t, negleeted |
ln hls chlldhood. and ahould not hav<
1 been educated In thal achool for crlme,
' the raloon. and, further, having
born in another countl hl ? 0 lld not
! hav. .-ii pennltti d to come here to
, become a part of ihe burden of vlce and
1 crlme whlch we mual ?
pi i raspa lt was i eci Baarj thal Ihe
- u>Blnatlona of Preaidi I oln, Oar* I
! fleld and McKlnle- bIio ild havi be< n foi
l,,w -.' hv the Bhootlna "' fl" <?? r '
dent Uoose\-.-lt to mak.- ui slck at I
,,nd give thought t? vv li ,i I
perhaua tt waa neceaai i lhal there
should hav hem r.-v-a'.-l tlu partnei
ahlp thal exlsts In thls clty betwei
wh.. should pioie.-r ua ??i = -1 tho-'- who
,.-? |.< rliaps It wa? thal i
trall of dynamite shmiM h* t, .i rrom
the Atlantic to th< l_<
atartle nnd ?ho< k us Into conslderatlon or
whal the watchine-i on the lowei havi
Dlng us 4,f for ., long tlm<
Franklln Ulildlng*. a ? >? ? '"!,l ?'
that th< problem of crim4 had
more urgi nl In Ihla countr; I
prohlenia ,,f povert) oi Intei -
.. ited oftlctala ni.iv tell us that
?rri'-.l Clty In the world, but thi
. nt* fl: li tr>4 ? f the fa< ta;
i.f. ia ? haap wlth ns and ? i
l d., not wtah t" ill gmenl ipo i
John Bchrank. h'it let u onslder ht*
In the flrat plai e, he Wl
? j. born. hut a rtal
?hould forget th .? ?>? ? stors
iad n?l been Imi ilgra. would nol
hei. t-. proti -
grant, hut it rannol ?
laat twentj yeara the chara ler of thi
??i this c.'imlrv ha
.ai tranaformatlon During my
ahort so)ourn ln southern li :? thls
mer I ? .,rn-. I" ?
al 0 " ll '1 t" become fon<l of
. iple. None worh
harder thai tl even ln New Bng*
land thi re 1 itei percentage of
iomes tn thi ;han ln southern
l|al) . bul ??' ok Ihe Bact of
11 ?? large pei enta nea of vlolence
comraltted <?. I .. thal the
Italian . ii .it.i! mon t- -
? ??r.it. t but thf t
rnalns only an Inflnlti simai p.-irt of th<>
crime In thls o inti | li commltted by th<
our doors tltcht agalnat
th,- crimlnal Imtn
FOR STRICT IMMIGRATION
Dr. Eaton Blames Our Laxity
The* Rev. Dr. Chartea A. Katon. from
b's pulpit it the Madlaon Avenue ii*n>ti>t
Chureh, laal nlghl dleouseed at cjh?b_*
erable length Ihe aUempted aaaaastnatlon
nf Colonel Theodoi Rooeevelt
Rejotcing thal thi ' ? I f dled to inflirt
? fatal injury, Dr Baton took up tbe aub>
lect of Rjioaevelt's saaallant He ?
l.im as ;i degetl ind inqulred in*"
the caui rauced sueh creaturea.
He blamed th< laxlty of tb<- immlgratlon
laws s I and he ai I
"The f.i i 'i'i, "we produee
degenerati ? In en< i ;n thla
country. They are free to po at d come aa
? i say, the lowest,
thi woi t and thi weakeal com" Into
contacl wlth the highest, tlu- be rl and
tho strongest and destroy them. The
? re three lax Immlgratlon laws,
the ahnormal growth of <mr eitles and
our un: ? nce to moral ohii
gattons both making nnd money
i '? r ? Ing that bet*
? - i than more
"You cannot Id d
vv.- .in nn! wanl ? ore Is < i, I ul more
Bvi ry one n
true i.i- il of III land urd of
SPEAKS 0? MORALLT INSANE'
Dr. MaeArtl nred to Refcr to
Attei ? *elt.
The Rev. 1
to a Is
yr.i k, h< of ihe under
t i tlu
,,f th ?
: return at
, ? rould go to
gt. Peti I leilicatJ the
t:?-w Bai end to vlslt
i ? : i- ?- he
t work on the Con*
tttnenf. eapeclally In Italy. Hungary and
, waa growing steadlly, he said.
PREACHES ON SHOOTING
Dr. Price Says Public Men
Must Be Guarded Better.
I ]>r .'acoh K. Price. pastor of the Wash
? ?! Halgbtfl Methodlat Episcopal
: Chureh. praai had last night on "The At
' tempted Assassination of Our ex-Presl
di Bt" to a large congregatlon.
After warnlng all that what he aald
1 ol no nolith-al ni((niti,-ance. Or PrlBB
dwell tor i tlme on the causes of the
MHwaukee shootlng. Then he said.
VltuperatlOB and vilitUatioii of any
candi.u.- are to be deplored, hut excesatve
crlticisni may always he expected ln
atfal and other rampaigns. and
tbe insane man is always llanle to act
in obedience to such atlmulua Bul what
to do? Ve cannot Interfere with
tl.e freedom of speech and the freedom
preea becauae <>f some undue
\\.nnot rieprive a free peo
:' the ptftvilega r,f agltatioa aad dla
ti and rob them of the valnable
lion afforded by a Presldential
One thlng we can do nnd ought to do.
:ust h taore careful to safeguard
the lives of our pubUc men. Let us re*>
OgnlM ts.- peiil in whlch our BMfl in
pubi ?? nt'.- conatantly live and lncreaae
onr precautlons for thelr safetv.
Or. Price aaid that a number af lee*
... to i, drawn from th. attempt?
ed assaaslnatlofl of Mr. RooaavalL Thi
value ol' robUBl health was the lirst, and
he urgad pbyalcal culture, .are and cm
aa meani to that md. Hc qu4,t
ed ihe doctori as saying that Koosevelt's
? - probably due to bli excellent
Colonel Rooaevelt'B a4tlons at tbe time
of and imm.-diately aft.-.- th- BbOOtlng I
.-i in couraga aaid Dr. |
?, 1 he dwell upon the many ways
?ii whlch courage was manTfested, That
i,. n. i alde 4,f human nature was
; to tl ? surface hy trouble wai
shown. said Or. Prlce, in the ihootlng of :
. it ii. contlnuad:
i.r Democrata or Republleana I.
or Progresslvea, l"it tlr-^t of nl! thej
< Itlseni variously Identlfled
-?. ,r ,..,- Llea ln the mtdil
pOlltl )l trlfe are start'..-d l.v th? : ,
r th, ? laasaln's revolver ln Mll*
i opplna Um lr strlfe, de* '
nounce the dastardly acl and ha til> aend i
:.- t .v r.. ih ?_?- of i ?! ipathy to a ; ,
ti . campaign Is haited. Mr. wllaon ?
,;,,,, eli hls t
opponent Mr. Tafl .
ge "t aympathy and I
? tei i-'i- remlniscenceo of Ma :
r ei lef Ul hardneaa la 4ir?;
worda are uttere.l and generoua
:,.,. paid by polltlcaily oppoetna
Truly all men are hrothers in
Prlce closed wlth an emphasls of
of , Chrtitlan ready to meet
death. He spoke of the Chrtitlan falth as
man againat all fears of a
? t iklflg away. and he pleaded wlth
-,, ao ovar ready la meet j j
death, ! all bad bad to i
J. R. GRANT FOR WILSON
President'8 Son Issues Appeal,,
Especially to First Voters.
JeSM rt. tJraiit, son 'if PreeldeM Grant'
and who was in 1t>?7 talked of as j. Dem>
cratlc Presldentia! poeaibfllty iaaued ?n
appi.ii to the vou-rs yesterday, sepedaMy
the Irat rotere, oot to be deceiv?<i by
names or ptejudices anrl tr; vote for Go/
ei nor Wilson. Mr. Grant oaid:
Wi are on tie tl.reshold of * new.
perlod. .--hall the door be blo< k.-d by mei
v. ho cannot see ah.-ud0 Shall we OMOt to
follow ni"ii who, while I'lothed wlth if
ticiai power, nurtured priviiege and fos
? red monopoly, anl who now propose
rothlng better than to legallie and retjJm
Utte monopoly and make ui llve under 't
th- r-.-t of our llves?
Or ball are <all to leadershlp a neV
man from the outside, frorr th?- ranks of
the people. ln sympsthy with their iivee
and th,-ir Id-als. holuini. t'.n-ir ilewpolnt.
consecrated to th^lr :ervlec? Such a .nao
i. w i odrow Uiison.
Al B H*>n of the soldicr who fo ight to
uphold the prlndples for *aiii--li Abrahant
Lincoln itoJM, UM ss s son >f a Rep.lt*
lican President, I can see only one duty
foi myself- to srlvn heirtlly my Influence
and my vot ? for prlndple i nd not for the
name of s party 'onr slnee dtvorsed from.
its sympatb] for the <<mmon min.
HORSE HERALDS DISASTER
Gives Contractor's Wife First
Hint of Husband's Injuries.
Jaases Hammond. a contraetor, bvlng
it Mth streel and Albany Road. The,
llmiix. stnrtfd from his home at 11 o'eloi.'lc
reelerday morning in a oae boras surrey.
tellinsr iils xiit't bt WOUld return about b
i'i io.'k in tbe afternoon. M** bbkt he wa*
,'olni; to Harlem on business.
\\'! , n Hammond dld not return bv 7
?'clock Mrs. Hammond becanfc uneasy
lt?i began ? -? ?* ! s'" could flnd nr>
of him. and ivent bai k to h.-r home.
While she was sltting on tbe poreh about
? o'clock she was startled to ses the keeem
some walking ln through tbe gate *?iti.
,ut the carrlage and wltb the harn??s
irokr n ln several plaesa.
Mr.--. Hammond sl once communlcated
vith the poil.f tlM YVnkffielrl station.
r/ho ^oi into wnnmunlcatloo wltb mrt?
iu? hospltals in Tbe Brona. At Fordham
j thej learned thal Mr. Hammond
iarl been taken tb.-re from 213th street
md Tenth avenue, suffcrln-* from a frae*
iir-l skull snd po-slhle lnt-inal Injuries.
it ?,im learned that HainmsniTs horse
;.id become Mghtaned at a rassinsr auto
nobile nnd ran away. UwOWtng tbe driver
wt anrl wreeklng the carrlage against a
illlar of the subway elevated structure at
!13th Street .'HJ condition ls said to be
SOLDIER 30 YEARS, A SUICIDE.
Chlcago, "" 30- Anthony Kleman, flfty
,-ears old. Who rcr-ently retlred after serv,
nff as a prlvate ln the T'nlted Statea army
or thirty years. commltted sniclde last
Jghl at a hot.d.
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