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RING GIANTS READYFOR READY READYFOR READYFORGONGA1N0
FOR FORGONGA1N0 FORGONGA1N0Johnson GONG GONGAl A RENO RENOUohnson RENOtT
Johnson tT bnsrinand and Jeffries at Last t to Jleet Me Meet t in the theFight tbeFigbt theFight
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FEVERISH THOUSANDS ON ONTf THfiltENE THfiltENEjf THE E g SCENE SCENENevada ENE ENENevada
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Nevada City Jammed to the Rim with People from All AllOver AllOver AllOver
Over World Including Fitzsimmons Sharkey SharkeyBurns SharkeyBurns t tBurns
Burns an Army of ExChampions and andNewspaper andNevspaper andNewspaper
Newspaper Representatives RepresentativesReno 4 4Reno
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Reno July 3 3James James ames J Jeffries former boilermaker and at present presenta
a temporarily retired farmer will fight Jack Arthur Johnson J ohrison negro and andholder andholder andholder
holder of the heavyweight championship of the theworid world for forthe the title that thatis thatis thaiis
is his and the winners share of a apurse purse of 101 101000 000 tomorrow tomorrowBy tomotrowBy tomorrowBy
By agreement the two pugilists will pound pound1ach each other with five fiveounce fiveounce fiveounce
ounce gloves until one or or the otiici falls and is counted counted Qut If neither neitheris
is so mastered within fortyfive rounds the referee Tex Rickard will willaward willaward witaward I
award the decision to whichever one he believes believeshas has earned enrnccJ the victory victoryThis victoryThis
This event is called the fight of the century centur That means meansand meansandfolIowers meansanc meansancfolloivers and andfollowers i
followers of pugilism firmly believe it itthat that there will nflJt n < lltbc t be in this thiscejitury thisc th thcentury
century c tuI1 such ucli another match between betw en heavyweights heavyweightsExperts hcavJweightsExperts heavyweightsExperts
Experts who have studied both men and Hl1dfollowers followers of sports who whoknow w110now whcknow
know now their records declare decl re that they thcp are ar at the knife edge of perfection perfectionphysically perfectionphysicallJ perfectionphysically
physically and that the battle they thCT will vill fight tomorrow will probably be bethe Defhemost 1i 1ithe
the fhemost most notable event of its kind since the first gentlemen of Europe Europebegan Europeb Europbgan
began b gan to favor the London prise prizcring ring a hundred years ago ag
FIGHTERS READY TO MEET MEETJeffjries JtEETJetrrfes IEBT
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Jeffjries who was a retired heavy heavyweight hoRvyweight ¬
weight champion finding flnd1n none that could couldbeat couldbeat
beat him is thirtyfive years oW Jehn JehnBon J8hnson
Bon son who became active champion Of Ofthe orthe Jt Jtthe
the heavyweight he vywelght class by beating beatingTommy
I Tommy Burns in Australia on Christina ChristinaDay CJristmaDay CtrlstmaI
Day IMS is thirtyone years ears old Jet Jeffries Jettries ¬
fries has ha trained for tomorrows event eventsixteen eventsfxteen
S sfxteen months having to overcome overcon all allof allof
of the physical ph Bleal disabilities entailed by byhis byhis
his long retirement Johnson has ha trained trainedseriously tr lned lnedseriously
r seriously aerlousIp only onl about three months He Hewas Ie Iewa
was wa an anathlete athlete in training when articles articlesof artfclG6o
of o the t hl h fight 1Iit were signed signedgeii signedmM s1giedI
I geii njn mM wi soY fU y they the are ar ready 1 ad for te tethe t1lri toniiroWs
ri niiroWs roWs cont contotJQtiIf t at 1ihemstopped 1ihemstoppedthe then stopped stoppedI
I the routln routlfier rout1edYiiM tflfTHTM Tfrofit in 1nttltf1o thefr camps campsnear eampsnear
I near Reno three days I1a das s ago Today Toda John Johnson Johnso ¬
so son n did nothing but limbec imbO his fighting fightingmuscles fightln g
I muscles with light exercise at the theweights thew
weights w Igbts Jeffries went out on on the Car Carsqn Carsqn I
L sqn City turnpike in the cool of the theevening theeven
evening even Ing and did several short sharp sharpsprints
sprints sprln That was W S the t end Tomorrow Tomorrowthey TomorrowthO
they thO wlMVsome into Reno about noon noonready noonready
ready to light The arena wherein the thecontest thecontest
contest will be held which will seat seat16JOOQ ooatl
16JOOQ l OOO persons If there are that many manywanting man manwanting
wanting seats seatswas was finished late to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night
Assurance of Fairness FairnessThe Fnlrne FnlrneThe
The last word as to ti the genuineness genuinenessof
of tomorroWs battle b ttle was spoken today todaywhen todaywhen todayivhen
when Promoter Rickardxand Rlckar ndGov Gay Dick Dlckerson Dickerlon Dickeraon
erson erlon both oothrenewed renewed their former pledges pledgesthat pledgesthat pledgesthat
that the fight was 1nS to be on the square squareFor squareFor squareFor
For the thousands at Reno these as assurances assurances assurances ¬
surances were hardly hardl necessary because becausewith bec becausewith uso usowith
with every mile separating the EasternlUes easterncities Eastern Easterncities
cities lUes from Reno the sports have loft loftmore IoUmore loftmore
more and more behind them the suspic suspicions suspicIons suspiclens ¬
ions that are harbored there thereNobody thereNobody
1 Nobody In Reno has breathed a word wordabout wordabout wordabout
about there being b lng a frameup since the thefighters thefig thefigithrs
fighters fig ters moved their camcs here two twoweeks twoweaks twoweeks
weeks ago nor has any an of the experts expertswho expertswho expertswho
who hove ha come come long distances and have havewatched havewatohed haveS havewatched
watched both fighters rounding off their theirtraining theirtl1Jlnlng theira
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a training voiced even a whisper of doubt doubtabout doubtabout doubtabout
about the genuineness of the encounter encounterHere encounterHere encounterHero
Here i la what the governor of Nevada Nevadasaid NevaiieI
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said 51 ld over the long distance telephone telephonefrom telephonefrom telephonefrom
from Carson today todayMay toda todaHlilny todayilny
Hlilny May the Best Dt > Kt Man Inn Win WinV lTIn lTInThe TIn TInTile
V The Tile laws of the State of Nevada per permit permlta permit ¬
mit mlta of boxing contests such as the Jef JeffriesJohnson JetfrlesJohneon JeffrizJohneon ¬
friesJohnson affair I have absolutely absolutelyno absolutel absoluteln
no n power to interfere with this one but butif butIf butIf
if I thought for a moment m ment that the con contest contest contest ¬
test was vas to be a socalled frameup frameupwould I Iwould Iwoul
would woul have it caljed off without further furthernotice furthernotice furtheinttce
notice However I firmly believe that It Itwill Itwill ii
will be open and above board and Inci Incidentally IncidentaUy 1neIdentally ¬ S
dentally the greatest battle in the his history historf histarS ¬
tory of the ring I hope to be there to towitness towitness C
witness it and enjoy enjo it It I wish Promoters Promotors Pro Prornmotors ¬ S CS
motors Rlqkard and Gleason and the theflgitters the11gJ theflg3Itrs
11gJ flgitters tors all 11 the luck In the world I am amnot amnot I Inot
not arguing in favor of fights now but butI butI t ti
I I i believe that so long as the battle has hascome haJic ha hacome
come c me to Nevada it is
the duty of each eachone eachone I Ione
one of thoclUzens the citizens of the State to do dowhat dowhat p pwhat
what he h can an to encourage it It May the thebast thebast thebest
bast man win winTex wJnTax WinTex
Tex Rickards valedictory he worded wordedthus wordedthus I
thus thusIII
I thusI III I want to assure assure my friends that
there is no possible chance of me
I side sidestepping sidestepping Ide Idestepping ¬
stepping the issue 15Su on the Fourth It
has been said that I asked for the ap ¬
pointment of a a secondary eecondar condary referee so that
I i might step down and out at the crit ¬
ical lea moment and allow the appointee to tofinish tofinish tofinish
finish the work for me There Is no nopossible nopossible noV
V possible chance of that happening
Charley Charle White has been appointed as the theauxiliary theauxfUar theauxiliary
auxiliary auxfUar official who is to step into the thering therIng thering
ring in case llSe these big fellows hand me mea mea mea
a package and put me out of business
I have no reason to fear that either of ofthem otthem ofthem
them will do that that but in the event of ofan otan ofan
an accident coming that might Incapaci Incapacitate Incapacitate Ineapacitate ¬
tate me it is well to have the protection protecUonof
of knowing that the battle must go to a asuccessful asu asu
successful su cessul conclusion I think that it will willbe wlllbe willbe
be the worlds greatest battle and I Iwant Iwant Iwant
want to assure everybody now that it
Is absolutely on the level levelCity leelCu levelOtt
City Cu Hot and Crorrdcd CrorrdcdIJoday CrolTdedodllY Crorrdcdoday
IJoday odllY Reno Is gasping with suffoca suffocation sutrocatlon sulTocat1on ¬
tion and the very ery switCh sw1t h engines that thatpant thatpant thatpant
pant back and forth in the Jammed rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road yards trying to shoulder the scores scoresof scor scoresof s sof
of heavy hea Pullmans back into solid lines Hneson lineson tieson
on the spurs vent hectic barks of over overstrained oVer oVerstrained overstrained ¬
strained nerves Because the avalanche avalanchehas nvalanclehas avalanchehas
has commenced It Is as If the whole whole14s0
5 1450 to Saratoga Springs N T Y Yand Ynnd Y Yand
and Return
Baltimore Ohio July 6 to 8 valid for
return until July 14 Band and may be ex exfee
tended to August 14 upon payment at
fee 100 Ask agents for particulars partlcularsS
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eastern e crest 65t of the Sierras that lie burned burnedin burnedIn burnedn
in i n the sm just woat of the town had hadslipped hn4sllppoo hth
slipped from its moorings and plunged plunggddown plun plundown plungedown
down d own on this insignificant little cluster clusterof clusteroC clusterf
of o f stone and wood woodBetween woodBotween woodBetween
Between 6 oclock this morning and the therising t1erising theising
rising r of the sun on Independence e Day Dayover Dayover Dayver
over o ver 100 railroad cars from the two car cardinal enrdlnal carinal ¬
dinal d inal points of the railroad compass comp ss East Eastand Eastand Eastnd
and a nd West Vest will have backed backo into Reno Renodumped Renodumped Renoumped
dumped d their suffering freight and pulled pulledout pulledout pulledut
out o ut to freer space spac or desert doset for all theworJQ the theworld
world w orld like brg BUI Edwards snow snowoarts snowoartsbacking carts cartsbacking cartsacking
backing b onto a wharf over ovorEast East River Riverto River Riverto Rivero
to t o unload uiileadTJie unloadft upltad1U1u
TJie first ft I5t train tra IU1Q over ver tHe mountains mountainsfrdmpthe DlQUPt rnQutaInsCaSyrai tn s
frdmpthe t e CQIlStAeU Coastjjfrais in 1zJro jfofcro Jt ro d Jllgfit Jllgfitis l1Rt
is JR l fas as strong as 1 the he ele electrics trlc over er the thegamblers tilegamblers
gamblers g amblers hives and in the three extra extracurs extracars extrars
curs e rs that it hauled on the tail of the thellbe theltilo
llbe l there were 150 redeyed recIe ed sports who
had h ad sat up all night through the th smoky smokysnowshedS smokynowshod
snowshedS s nowshod because there was not a berth berthto bertho
to t o be had for a Ralsulrs ransom Hardly Hardlyad
had b ad these folk lost themselves In the thedrlftlnb therifting
drifting d rifting crowd of panhandlers hoboes hoboesand
and a nd common bums which had clustered
the t he streets all night before another long longrain
train t rain of day da coaches from San Francisco Franciscowhich Franciscowhich
which ltlch had dallied at Sacramento Au Auburn Auburn Auburn
burn Dutch Flat Flat and all the mountain mountaintowns mountaintowns mountainowns
towns t owns up to the summit to pick up the theocal
local l ocal bloods snorted up to the th station stationdischarged staUondischarged stationdischarged
discharged its freight and straightaway straightawayswitched stralghtawasWitched straightawayswitched
switched back to the mountain track trackagain trackasafn trackagain
again bound for another load loadSpecial loadSpeclnl loadSpecial
Special from Seattle SeattleThe Seattle ScntticThe
The first special train arrived at 9 9oclock 9olook I Ioelock
oclock from Seattle
It had come over overthe
the Oregon Short Line through Ogden Ogd n L
because of the sheer press of traffic tram on onthe onthe onthe
the Western end of the Southern Pacific Paol c
Nine dusty Pullmans were In line behind
the heavy engine nglne and one diningcar
Sports these Seattle fellows and they
didnt care who knew It It The first arti artcles articles artides
cles des of luggage that came out of the thecdmblned thecdmblnod thecciinhinod
cdmblned smoker and baggare car were
the three surviving oases of champagne
that had defied extinction on the desert desertand desertand I
and right up to the thespecIal special rooms In the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various hotels were reserved and walling c
went the champagne champagneFourteen champagneFourteen hnmpogneFourteen
Fourteen cars on a a special s lal train pulled pulle I
in from Ogden at 1t
a few minutes
after 11 11oclock 11oclock r I Ioclock
oclock They The were filled with Mormons
Venerable Yenerableelders elders with boards
hanging ltangin ltanginover
over their expansive shirt bosoms
made madeno madeno madeno
no bones of showing that they the had come
to Reno to see a fight and anc not to pcose
lyte among the gamblers It therjj the was a
Mormon rormon preacher on the train he kept
his identity IdooUt hidden among his kin for
there has been only one preacher dis ¬
tinguishable as such visible on the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets of Reno In the last two days daysand das dasand daysand
and as Reno puts It he was vas panned pannedproper pa painedproper ncd ncdproper
proper properAs properAs properAs
As fast faLs fas as the specials sp lnls came In they the thewere
were choochooed up the track to be wa watered watored watored ¬
tored and stocked with gas then thcnsllpped slipped
over on a n siding where they the will stay
until the great exodus begins on the
night after the fight fight Lucky members of
these special parties will sleep and dine
on their trains and
they can put a gen ¬
tle finger to the
nose any time n a man
asks them how they tho like life in Reno
San Francisco Party in inThe InTho InTho
Tho Millionaires Special from San
Francisco which Is to be the classiest
train of the lot outside of the th New York Yorkspecial Yorkspecial Yorkspecial
special slipped s lpped down the grade from the
West at noon today toda
The train
was wasmade wasmade
I made up of seven Pullman seepers arid aI
buffet and baggage car Rosy
rumor has hasIt hasIt hasit
It that there is not
a man who
was wasaboard wasaboard wasaboard
aboard that cannot sign his check for forsomething forsomething forsomething
something like y million llllon and they the are for forthe forthe forthe
the most part partmembers tnembers nembers of the Bohemian Bohemianand Bohemianand Bohemianand
and Union League clubs of San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco They Wore 200 strong and strong strongalso strongalso strongalso
also for a white mans victory tomor tomorrow tomarrow tomorrow ¬
row Each of them wore in the lapel of
his coat a big white button Inscribed
Good luck to Tex RIckard the gamest
sport on earth earthAs earthAn It ItAs
As the special cars and special trains
began to pile up from East and West
this afternoon the traffic managers be began began begsa ¬
gan to spread them out along the t e map
Sparks the end of the railroad raUroadUlvlsion ilivision ftivlsioni
three miles and some shucks of a town
Itself began to draw long strings of
Pullmans before noon There is a trolley trolleyContinued trolleyContInued trolleyContinued
Continued on Page 3 Column C lumn 2 2Popular 2Popular 2Popular
Popular Excursion Baltimore Ralti sore Ohio OhIoI
I R R July 10 10i
i 100 to Harpers Ferry Ferr Charlestown
Summit Point Qlnt Stephenson and Winches ¬
i ter t r and return Special train from Union
Station 800 a 00 m mret1rnIn flL returning same 5 mSday day
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1 1STORY
STORY OF THE BATTLE BATTLEDo
Do not fail to rend the com complete com complete cornplete ¬
plete stories stOri of 0 the greatest grejitetcontest ring ringcontext rlsgcontest
contest of the century IH I The TheWaahinca TheVnNhIDg TheVashingGa
Waahinca VnNhIDg a = icr ri i i tomorrow toraornnrmorning tomorrowmOrtJlng tomorrowmorning
morning Rex Beach Mike l1ke Mur Murphy lUsrphy Iur Iurpbs ¬
phy and nnda a half dozen of the best bestsporting1 beNtsporting beatsporting
sporting writer ojt the dar will willdescribe willdescribe I Ideacrlbe
describe the fight ll ht at Rene this thisafternoon thl thlntt thisaftenoOn
afternoon afternoonCome ntt aftenoOnCome ooD ooDCome
Come to The Washington Her Hernld HernId Heraid
aid office at 4t30 oclock and hear hearthe keartbe hearthe
the returns round ronDe by round sad sadblow aBeIblow andblow
blow by b blow blo Direct wires to iothe tothe tothe
the ringside and the tb Original OriginalBlogaphone OriginalUegnphone OriginalMegaphone
Megaphone Man Ion make a strong strongcombination stroslcomblnntlon strongcombination
combination Better be one of ofthe oftl ofthe
the tl the ecrowd ecrowdIf crowd crowdIf crowdIf
If you ou cannot IMS present call callup caIlup callup
up 31alu Jftlu 3300 and you ou will la laiiinntlj latnntly Initnntly
iiinntlj be informed of the prog progress pr progroes g gres ¬
roes res of the battle battleMike bntti bnttiI bnttiJfrr battleI battleJEFF
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JEFF GOES 5 T TO RlN RlNHIS RING RINGHIS
HIS OVNMAKING OVNMAKINGiUike WN M KIN KINill
Mike ill ike Murphy Makes Final FinalComparison FinalComparison FinalComparison
Comparison of Men MenSTILL MenSTILL MenSTILL
STILL STILL PICKS JOHNSON JOHNSONI JOHNSONSpeolal
I Special Sl > eciol Vriter V iter Says He Has Hasan Hasan Hasan
an Advantage AdvantageThough AdVantageThough AdvantageThough
Though He Is Handicapped b by uy En Encourngment Encourngmeut j jcourpg
courpg courngment mcnt nnd Well eU Wishes WishesWhich VlaheBYbJch VIsheaWhich
Which Jeffrie Get Gets Ue Is Going Goingto Goingto
to Be n Storm In the Arena ArennVhltc ArennVhltcGll1nt ArenaWhiteGiant White WhiteGiant
Giant Shuns Hard Work In Spite Spiteot Spiteof
ot His Second Advice dvJce
C Cowrigftt by b5 the N rth h Ameriwa CctnptoyinlKrbe CctnptoyinlKrbeWMbfagtsu Ccmpln7and1heWubJlit8t1lIer Cnn7ndrbeWuhisgteft
WMbfagtsu WubJlit8t1lIer Herald HeraldDr Heraldfly < < d dDy
Dr 3IIKE lIKE MURPHY MURPHYReno lUURPIIYReno MURPHYReno
Reno July 3 3Win Win or Ipse to tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow Jeffries will have made his hisown hisown hisown
own fight fightIf fightIf fightIf
If he triumphs lie will have i iight a aright aright
right r ight to every evclr everyiota iota of ofThe the he glory gloryNothing gloryNothing gloryNothing
Nothing can take it from him himThere himThere himThcre
There will dU b Qe no IJo Del Dclancyto ney to say tsaytion sa sarhe sayion
rhe TG Hr1 ififtfo fiuningtctndi fiuningtctndition
tion t ion or no Tommy Tommp Ryan to tell tellabout tellabout tellbout
about a teaching the protecting protectingcrouch protectingcrouch protectingrouch
crouch c or any np other ring device deviceShould deviceShould deviceShould
Should he lose he can put the theDlame theblame theblame
blame on nobody but himself His Histraining Histraining Hisraining
training t associates Corbett Choyn Choynski Chon Chonski ChGynski
ski Berger Armstrong and the therest therest therest
rest have been nothing They have havebegged havebegged havebegged
begged him to box He has ignored ignoredthem ignoredthem ignoredthem
them themAnd themAnd themAnd
And tomorrow he le will pay no at attention attentiop attention ¬
tention to what they tell him to dp dpin < do doin 0 0in
in the ring ringExcept ringEx ring1xcept
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Except Ex ept that they will do the me mechanical mechanical mechanical ¬
chanical work of fanning jiini him with withtowels withtowcls withtowels
towels or rubbing his legs Ieg Jeffries Jeffriesmight Jeffriesmight Jeflriesmight
might as well have no seconds for forhe forhe forhe
he will make his own fight abso absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
lutely the same as he has done his hisown hisown hisown
own training trainingIlnnliicxH trammgDutCll1cfllB trainingUnaiziess
IlnnliicxH la I Ills Own OwnJack OnnJ1ck OwnJack
Jack Jeffries admitted as much to me metoday metodn metoday
today todn I wafc w regretting to him that thatJeffries thatJeftrfes thatJeffres
Jeffries had not seen fit to substitute substitutehard aubstItutehard substitutehard
hard honest work for rubbing I re reminded reminded reminded ¬
minded Jack that on several occasions occasionsI
I had warned him that Jeffries had hadreal1 hadreally j
really real1 done no training at all at Reno Renothat Renathat j
that he had hardly hardl taken any more moreexercIse moreexercise I Iexercise
exercise than any ordinary man with witha
i a a little spare time would wouldakc Xako take to keep
the loose flesh oft Jack ick admitted that thatit thatIt thatit
it was all true true but said It had been beenuseless beenuseless beenuseleas
useless to try fo move the former boiler boilermaker boIlermaker boiiermaker
maker He knew his own business he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said on the occasions when he deigned deignedan
an nnswer and would win or lose ac according accQrdlng at atcQrding ¬
cording to his own o n plans plansThe plnnsThe plansThe
The fact Is istliat that Jeffries is rather proud proudof proudot proudof
of his wonderful wond rful ring career which Is Isunmarred Isunmarred Isunmarred
unmarred by a defeat or even a knock knockdown knockdown knockdown ¬
down He holds himself in knowledge knowledgeabove knowled knowledgeabove e eaboe
above those who have sought to tell him himwhat himwhat himwhat
what do d In his lhl
to dq earlier fights he was wascontent Walicontent waacontent
content to be guided and was wa a a most mosteasy mosteasy mosteasy
easy man to handle but now he is boss bossand bossand bossand
and in the th ring he will be his own owntactician owntaotlclan owntactician
tactician tacticianI taotlclanImada
I Imada made a a sort of poll today among amongsome amongsome amongsome
some of the writers who are
condition and there is no doubt that thatall thata11 thatall
all are a e affected largely by the confidence confidenceof
of the Jeffries J trrles followers and are certain certainhe certainhe certainhe
he will win winJack winJack winJack
Jack Tendon Lewis
Edgren and a ahost ahost ahost
host of others are confident of Jeffries JeffriesWilliam JetrrlesWU1lam JeffriesWilliam
William Muldoon the former champion championwrestler championwrestler championwrestler
wrestler leans a shade to Jeffries hut hutcannot hutcannot hutcannot
cannot see where anything better than thaneven thaneen thaneven
even money is Justified JustifiedSome justifiedSomc JustifiedSome
Some Who ho Favor Johnson JohnsonOf JohnsonOf
Of those who In spite of their personal personaldesires personaldesires perSota1desires
desires have been gradually graduallYlnfiuenced Influenced in infavor Infayor infavor
favor of Johnson I may mention John L LSullivan LSulUvan LSullivan
Sullivan Billy McCarney McCarne cCarney Tim MCGrath LIcGrathand MCGratharid McGrathand
and myself myselfI
I have some faith In the Judgment of ofMqprath oflII ofMqjrath
Mqprath lII rath He trained Sharkey twice to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet Jeffries and must have made a apretty apretty apretty
pretty fair Job of It He has been close closein closeIn closein
in his attention on both men and he hesays hesays hesays
says that If Johnson makes the fight he heis hais
is capable of there will be the th biggest biggestupset bIggestupset biggestupset
upset since Corbett dropped Sullivan SullivanIf
If this black will fight as he has the thepower thepower thepower
to do he will better
power Jeffries sure sureBut sureBut sureBut
But 1n in answer to this the Jeffries fol followers tollowers followers ¬
lowers tell you ou that he lacks the nerve nerveand nerveand nerveand
and that while he is a fine boxer It will willContlnned willContinued i iContinued
Continued on Page 8 Colama 8 6Extra 8Extra
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noon 1100nl Marine Band Music 2 1 to AfterU 5 U
for dandus cnl t I s Uflual U uaJ evening programme
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JEFFRIES WILL WI L WI WIDECLARES WINDECLARES WIN WINDECLARES
DECLARES REX BEACH BEACHBy
By y All the Laws of Science and Reason He HeWrites HeWrites HeWrites
Writes Though I Never ever Picked a aSure aSlire aSure
Sure Thing
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Sprlrfgs Sptt ah Jicks 2ticksr lcTW resort Jfrs 9Te8trii 9Te8triihavens ret retfUi retfUihavens rol rolhavens
havens Reno Renofs Is a a soene of riot riotThe riotTho riotThe
The clans c1a s here massed and and nd the mar martial marI marItlal martial ¬
1 1wtth
tial strains strqlnsot of plods vlD s are heard Along Alongwith Alongwith
with the crowd here came the jackals jackalswho jackalswho i iwho
who hang upon the flanks of a a moving movingherd movingherd movingherd
herd herdThey herdThey herdThey
They are here in force foreegamblera foreegambleratouts gamblers gamblerstouts
touts wlro tappers dips and strong strongarm strongarm strongarm
arm men but that is to be expected and andsheds andsheds andsheds
sheds no n light lht upon the moral side of ofthis orthis ofthis
this affair affairThere affairThere affairThere
There are the nine spots In the hand handcounting blL1dcounting handcounting
counting nothing for high low Jack or orgame orgame orgame
game gameBut gameBut gameBut
But Nevada evada bo 1 > 0 she however liberal in inher Inher inher
her divorce laws and prize fight satutes satutesguards sAtutesJUards satutesguards
guards her peace with Jealous hand The TheState TheState TheState
State police are here to aid Id the local au authorities authorlUes anthorities ¬
thorities and with them they have havebrought ba8brought havebrought
brought some li000 1i OOO records of ormarks birth birthmarks birthmarks ¬
marks thumb prints and physical pe pecullaritles P PcullaritJes peculiarities
cullaritles as a systematized s stemaUed by b Mr Ber Bertlllon BerUllon Bettitian
tlllon tlllonIt UllonIt titianIt
It Is going son hard with the lightfingered lightfingeredwarpmoraled lightfingeredwarpmoraled d dwarp
warpmoraled warp mora led gentry gentr who toil not except exceptupon exceptupon exceptupon
upon compulsion and spin nothing but butalibis butnJlbls butalibis
alibis The chaingang Is growing and andthe andthe andthe
the calabocse Is putting in cots cotsTheir cotsTheir cotsTheir
Their bojeweled b > Jewcled brethren who sleep by byday byday byday
day and measure checks b by by night are areapprised areapprised areapprised
apprised of their coming and have taken takenwarning takenwarning takenwarning
warning No longer does dO S one see dia diamond dlamond diamond ¬
mond scarfplhs or Jeweled watch fobs in inpublic InppbUc inpublic
public neckties are worn with a hole in inthem 1nthem Inthem
them watches atchcs are plied in safes safesIIke saresIlke safesIike
IIke a s Vast UAt Election Day DayThe DayThe DayThe
The hotel lobbies remind one of polling pollingplaces pa1Ungplaces pdiltngplaces
places Automobiles orowd the pave pavements Jlavcments paveinents ¬
ments and one has to born his way waythrough wayUrol1Sh waythrough
through the nross > r s after the fashion of a
steer upon the rampage rampageBud rampagB rampageBed
Bud B d snatching has become a science sciencelandlords scIencelandlords sciencelandlords
landlords have lost all sense sen5 < t of decency decencyUpon decencyUpon decencyUpon
Upon the graveled grav led root the caravansary caravansarylong caravansarylong caravansarylong
long rows of cots ots have been stretched stretchedwberc stretchedwit stretchedWkere
wberc wit Wkere tC the th overburdened may ma rest withIls with withits withits
its T Pants pants > ants beneath the pillow the while It ItStrives Itstrlvos ittr1vcs
Strives tr1vcs to rend its answer in the stars starsNow starsNow starsNow
Now Is the hour In which every man manmakes manmakes manmakes
makes bold to pick the winner and I Iwould Iwouta Iwould
would be less les than human did I not noV no do dolikewise dolikewise 10 10lIkewtse
likewise Whether my guess proves right rightor rIght rIghtor fightor
or wrong I have an even chance of ofdemonstrating ofdemonstrntIng
demonstrating demonstrntins my astuteness and that thatis thatIg thatIs
is a better percentage than one has in inmost Inmost inmost
most of Renos games I am lacking in inthat inthat Inthat
that admirable spirit of caution which whichprompted whichprompted
prompted one man when pressed to name namethe namethe
the winner to announce that tho victor
would be the men whose first and last lastname lastname lastname
name began with J I boldly baldI bear the thebanner thebanner
banner of James Jeffries JetrrlesI
I see him as asa a winner for three reasons reasonsGranting reasonsGranting reasonsGranting
Granting that the two contestants wlllbe wULbeeenly will be beevenly
evenly matched to the weight of a hair hairIn hairin
in regard to science condition and cbur cburage courage cour courage
age there are three qualities in the white whiteman wh1t wh1tman whiteman
man upon vzhich hleh I fin my faith one is ispsychological ispsrchologlca1 ispsychological
psychological two are art physiological physiologicalStrong phslologicalStrong physioogicalStrong
Strong Mentality MentalityFirst i iFirst I IFirst
First and foremost he possesses a amentality a athentality I
mentality lacking in his antagonist and andmind andmind andmind
mind after all is stronger than matter matterIn matterIn j
In In his training he has had the counsel counses counsesand counaand j
and stimulus of better better minds than was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the negro negroWhile negroVhUe negroWhile
While VhUe to the unlnltlateS ut1lnltlate they may ap appear appear appear
pear a laughable promise upon which to tobase tobase tobase
base a prediction of the outcome of ofprize a aprize aprizefight
prize prizefight fight yet In reality It Is a tre tremendous tremerdous j
merdous thing The man of education educationwill educationwU educationwill
will wU outlast the man of ignorance in any
test of endurance be they evenly evenlymatched evenlymatched evenlymatched
matched in strength In our civil war warIt warIt
It was the clerks the lawyers the doc doctors doctors doctots ¬
tors the educated soldiers who finished finishedthe finIshedthe finishedthe
the nrduous campaigns that resulted in intie Intite inthe
tie collapse of the better muscled me mechanics mechanics mechanies ¬
chanics farm hands and men of low lowmentality 10wmentnlity lowmentality
mentality mentalitySecond mentnlityS mentalitySecondJeffrles
Second S SecondJeffrles ndJerrrfe Jeffries possesses a certain certainphysical certn1nphr9IcaJpecuUarlt certainphysical
physical phr9IcaJpecuUarlt peculiarity which I believe Ueve has hasnever hasnever hasnever
never been touched to ched upon and of which whichI whichrkew
I rkew knew nothing nothln until I talked with his hisphysician hisphysIcian hisphysician
physician This man has made an ex
hsustivei haF hautivetudy Jhe4 study tudy of tbe retired champion championaftd champIond11 championtad
tad d11 finds d that his ribs come down to o oi
> i J C
within an inch of his hip bones whgraas whgraasIn
In most men there th re Is the 3pae apace Pace cf a aBands ah ahands
Bands h ndS breadth at tK wUSt wl which hlch is isffiMt isipt
ffiMt m d ipt tproteet tproteetifffJ protected protectedBitfirsmuT9h protected1itflsmthh
BitfirsmuT9h 1itflsmthh ifffJ m 1 as a most mo t of t te Wai lf at 1J g gans ganst ans an l
jfe Ire t in this vulnerable reftoq reSt reOn n Ji f t 1 Iff plain plainwhat iOaSnwhat rilsInwhat
what an advantage Jeffries J ttrles possesses possessesover p pssessesover sesses sessesover
over an opponent opp nent built bolt according to the theusual theusual I
usual plans and specifications Between Betweenhis Betweenhis I
his ribs and the point of his hips there thereis thereis
is scarcely soorcel room to fey y a n finger and andwhen andwhen andwhen I
when he assumes his fighting pose his hisvital hi S
vital organs are encased within a cage cageof cageot cageof I
of bone Nature likewise lI1 < owl5e has endowed endowedhim endowodblm endowedhim
him with a short stiff neck which when whendrawn whendrawn
drawn down between his shoulders pro protects protects protects ¬
tects his jaw jawTlic JawTJlc jawThe
The Fnvorlllum of Youth YontbSly YouthMy YouthMy
My third reason has to do with the all allimportant al1important allimportant
important question of youth to which whichdrew I Idrew I Idrew
drew attention In IVy zy first story There Thereis ThereIs ThereIs
is a a common medical saying so lng to the effect effectthat etrectthat effectthat
that a man Is as old as his arteries arteriesIn arteriesIn arteriesIn
In other words age shows itself first firstIn firstin I
In a 8 hardening hardenln of the walls of these thesevital thesevital
vital bloodcarrying canals and once oncethese oncetheS oncethese I
these theS have lost their elr elasticity oJ8atlclt a man is isold 1 1old I
old be his years yearstew few or many man manIt
It is this lack of accommodation i
to Increased heart action that brings I
fatigue shortness of breath collapse
Athletes whose arteries have lost their theirspring theirspring theitspring
spring virtually olrtttall choke themselves with
blood My M medical informant states that thatcareful thatcart Thaicareful
careful cart CuI examination shows Jeff to still stillretain sU11retain stillretain
retain that artery expansion he had In
former years which should offset any an anadvantage
advantage Johnson may ma have In point pointor poiniof
of age ageIt ageIt ageIt
It Is largely upon these three things
that I predicate my m choice and yet yetwhile et
while the white man figures to win by by
nil the tholaws laws of science and andreason reason I am ammindful I
mindful of the fact that I am an un r Ir
lucky luck guesser guesserI
I never Invested in a a proved mine that L
did not peter out I Ineyer never picked a sure s re 3
thing that did not lose I never bought boughtostpcks
ostpcks tocks tOck that did not fall While I am amsure ams an ansure
sure s re df the outcome in my own r0 T
am from Joplin JopUnI I am waiting alUng to be beshown be beshown be beshown
shown shownTWO shownTWO shownTWO
TWO GIRLS KILLED KILLEDSisters KILLEDSisters KILLEDSisters
Sisters Auto Victims Vict ns on Scene of ofTrainwrecked ofTrainwreck ofTrainwrecked
Trainwrecked Trainwreck d Tallyho TallyhoNear TallyhoNe TallyhoNev
Near Ne York July 3 IAt At the crossing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Merrick road where thirteen years yearsngo yearsSo yearsgo
ngo = So a tallyho coach loaded with holiday holidaymakers holidaymakers
makers makers was run Into and five persons parsonskilled personskilled personskilled
killed a touring car carrying Andrew AndrewCrawford KndrewCrawford AndrewCrawford
Crawford a a cloak manufacturer manutactur l of Rh Rlverdale Rherdale Rherdale
erdale his daughters Charlotte 19 and andJeannette andJeannette andJeannette
Jeannette T 17 and 4 i driver was struck strucktoday strucktodat strucktoday
today by a Long Island Railroad train trainand trainand trainand
and the two two girls were w e killed instantly instantlyMr
Mr Crawford and the driver wnr in ¬
jured juredAs juredAs juredAn
As the automobile was crossing < the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track the locomotive struck It Just back backof backat backof
of tho middle 11ld lc picking it up and tossing
It to one side as if it had been a toy of oftin attIn oftin
tin One of the girls glrlswns was carried with withthe withthe i ithe
the mass of wreckage and was found foundbeneath foundbeneath i
beneath the crumpledup car a few yards yardsfrom yardsfrom I Irom
from rom the track The other was thrdwn thrdwnclear thrdwnclear thrdwnclear
clear of the th car a few yards yar further away awaySTEAMEE awayI
I STEAMER BALTIC HIT HITHI IDTt IDTDig HITDig
t
HI Dig Liner lI cr Makes Port l ort with Little Littlex IlttleDamage LittleDamage
x Damage liy b Accident AccidentNew AceIc1entNew AccidentNew
New York July 3 3The The steamship Bal Baltic Baltic Ba Batie ¬
tic colossus of the White Star fleet and andbefore andbetore andbefore
before the launching of the Cunarder CunarderLusltania CunarderLusltanta CunarderLusitania
Lusitania the biggest passenger carrier carrierIn carrierIn carrierin
In the the world arrived on off the Ambrose AmbroseChannel AmbroseChannel AmbroseChannel
Channel lightship this evening slightly slightlydamaged sllghtldamaged slightlydamaged
damaged I through collision in midocean midoceanon
on Thursday Thur day last with a German tank tanksteamship tanksteamshlp tanksteamship
steamship the Standard A wireless wirelessmessage Wirelessmessage wirelessmessage
message said the collision occurred 100 100miles 100mUes 100miles
miles from this port portAmong
t I
Among the Baltics lUcs passengers are the theEarl theEarl theEarl
Earl of Suffolk Mrs Potter Palmer PalmerClarice PalmerClarice PalmerClarice
Clarice Vance and Rev D Parker ParkerMorgan ParkerMorgan ParkerMorgan
Morgan Morganfg4 Morgane6H Morgane8
fg4 e8 t to MoafafalH Lake Park Md Mdami Mdaaft Mdand
and Return ReturnBalUm01 ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore ii Ohio June 28 to July 12 12valid 12valid 12valid
valid for return until untiljuly July 18 also als July
29 to August 23 valid y Ud for return until
August Si Splendid Sp1en Splendidthrbugb Ud through th oU l1 trala serv
let
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaUnsettled ColumbiaUnsettled
Unsettled weather with probably probablythunder probablythunder probablythunder
thunder showers today toda and to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow no decided change in intemperature intemperature
temperature light to moderate moderatevariable moderatevariable
variable winds mostly southerly southerlyHERALD southerlyHERALP
HERALD HERALP NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPaces SUMMARYPage SUMMARYPages
Paces Page1R Pages1Ready
1 1R 1Ready Ready edy for Gong G ng at Reno RenoMike RenoMike
Mike Murphys MurphysViews Views ViewsRex ViewsRex
Rex Beachs Summary SummaryTaf SummaryTaft SummaryTaft
Taf Taft t and RoOsevelt RO seclt in Accord AccordS A corcL corcLS
S S G q Cornwall Cornweh Dead DeadOllVla DeadihernWag DeadIrSeuthernWage +
IrSeuthernWage ihernWag onle Ra1 Ra1fO RaIseii
OllVla fO J Is Dead Deadh1key Dead3Skavkey jpi d
3 3Skavkey Sharkey and FlU Meet MeetJeffries lfe MeetJoffries t tJ
Jeffries J Thought to Be Drowned DrownedWall Dro DrownedWall t1ed
Wall Street News Neys4Edlorlil News4Edhorlal
4 4Edlorlil 4Edlorlil6In 4EdhorlalIn Editorial EditorialfrIn
frIn In the World of Society SocietyOpenair SocletyOpenair SocIetyOpenair
1 Openair Y M C A Service ServicePlans ServicePlans ServicePlans
Plans for Glorious Fourth FourthG Fourth6Views
6 6Views Views on Timely Topics TopicsiFemlnlne Topics7Feminine
7 iFemlnlne Feminine Notes of Fashions FasblonsSNaUonals FashionsSNationals
5 SNaUonals Nationals in Doubleheader Today Today9Records Today0Records
6 9Records Records of the Fighters Fighters1ft FIghterstoPastor Fighters1Pastor
1ft toPastor Pastor Scores Reno Fight FightSaIation J JSalvation
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Salvation Army Celebrates CelebratesTAFT CelebratesTAFT CelebratesTAFT
TAFT IN INCCORD INCCORDWITH ll WORD WORDWITH ACCORDS S
WITH Tll ROOSEYELT ROOSEYELTflaiidinhaiid ROOSEYELTHandin 11 1 I
flaiidinhaiid Handin hand for Good GoodParty of ofParty ofParty tc 1
Party This Fall FallIT j jIT
IT terns EANS SUCCESS IN 1912 1912Now 1912Now 191 191Now L 2
Now York July 3 3The The New N W York Sun Suntomorrow Suntomorrow St Sttomorrow
tomorrow morning will print the follow following to11owIn follo folloing ¬
ing In ing special from Beverly eerl j jPresident
President Taft and Col Roosevelt are arein areIn a re
in perfect accord Between them there thereis the theis re
is understanding not expressed perhaps perhapsbut perha perhabut
but tacit Between them they the will play playout pla plaout pie
out the great game that is to end only onlyat onlyat on I
at the polls ol1s next November and that thatwill thatw1l1 th a
will result In a a Republican or a Demo Democratic Demooratlc Dem 0 ¬
cratic House H use of Representatives and that thatmay thatmay th thS at t
may Indicate the way in which another anoth S
election In 1912 may go As to the ulti ultimate ultlmate ultimate ¬
mate outcome of that game they both bothagree bothagree bothagree
agree the Hous House must go Republican RepublicanAs
As s to the outcome out < omc of that other election electionthey electionthe electionthey
they the r have the same belief or hope the thenext thenext thenext
next President of the United States St tes must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be a member of the G O P PMinor PMinor PMinor
Minor differences of opinion as to towhether towhether towhether
whether or not a a Chief ChietForester Forester of the theUnited the1Jnlted thet3nited
United States and a personal friend Crlend of ofone orOM ofone
one man was fired unjustly and ques questions questions qucstions ¬
tions of the fitness of certain Cabinet Cabinetofficials Cabinetofficials CabinetofUcials
officials will be b subordinated Col ColRoosevelt ColRoosevelt ColRoosevelt
Roosevelt has been called the greatest greatestliving greatestliving
living American and conservatives have havelaughed havelaughed havelnuerhed i
laughed but few would deny den that he Is
the greatest living politician i icountry In tM tMcountry rae raecountry
country
Tnft Ii Jif I TUnlar Leader LelulerPresident LeaderPresident LeaderPresident
President Taft Is the titular head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republican party art He has said so soIn soIn soIn
In speeches A few months onths ago he hated hatedpolitics hatedpOlitics hatedpolitics
politics probably he does yet but at the thesame theEame thesame
same time he h is going to fight to retain retaincontrol retaincontrol retaincontrol
control of the House Hous and to assure the theparty thevarty theparty
party of victory In 1912 He has far too toomany toomany toorunny
many good friends who might be sacri sacrificed sacrIficed sacrificed ¬
ficed by b his lack of interest Jnterestto to ever sit sitquietly sitquietly sitquietly
quietly by and see defeat come If he hecould hecould hecould
could prevent it itIt ItIt ItIt
It was admitted after the conference conferencebetween conferencebetween conferencebetween
between the President Pr sld sIdent ut and Cot Co Roosevelt Rooseveltthat Rooseeltthat Rooseveltthat
that politics had entered but little into intothe fntothe intothe
the conversation The colonel back at atOyster atOster atOyster
Oyster Bay Ba declared that still he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not made up his mind as to his attitude attitudetoward attitudetoward attitudetoward
toward the Taft administration The ThePresident ThePresident ThePresident
President at Beverly let It be Known Knownthat knownthat knownthat
that what he and the former President Presidenthad Presidenthad
had to say sa of things political was was taboO taboo1not taboOnot taboonot
not to be discussed at all allAt allAt allAt
At the tea party on the thep portico r co of the theContlnned theContinued theContinued
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1100 Niagara Falls Fan ExcaralomJuly Exe8 Excaralom lo loJuly
July 8 8Baltimore 8DslUB1ole 8Baltimore
Baltimore Ohio OhleSpecial OhteSpecial OhioSpecial
Special train of standard coaches and
parlor cars from Washington 745 a m
Route via Philadelphia and Lehigh Val Valfifteen Val
Icy n R Tickets valid for return wIthIn I
fifteen days Liberal Llb ralsto stopovers poverS1e return withinS turn ¬ S
ing Cheap side trips from Niagara
Falls Other Otb r excursions July 22 Avsust St
6 13 3 Septembers S teD1ber 2 laa 16 an 30 1
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lE LEADING DlN GROCER GROCERDIESINHOSPITAL OC OCIN I
DIESINHOSPITAL DIESINHOSPITALSamuel IN HOSPIT l lSamnel
Samuel G Cornwell Fails to toJRally toBaIIyAfter toRally
Rally BaIIyAfter After OperationPHO Operati Operation OperatinS OperatinPROTRALTED n
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PHO PROTRALTED TEATED BY HEAT JHJjSATFainting HEATfainting HATFainting
Fainting Fall Causes BlooiClot BlooiCloton looclClotI
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on ouBrain ouBrainVellknowu Brain BrainWellknorvn BrainDnNtne
Wellknorvn Business 3Ian Jfcver JfcverRf NvezRegains
Rf Regains gains CoHxcloajnesB CODlJClonennd Con aciocLsnesgand and Sinks SinksSteadily SinksSteadily
Until End Comes Quietly QuietlyJviUi Quietlyrith
JviUi rith Family at Bedside DedsldeFJrm Firm E EMaullahctl Es EsInbhlslitd
Maullahctl tnbrtah Inbhlslitd el icy 1 Ills Father More 3IoreThan MoreThan
Than Fifty FJft Years Yeur A Ago AgoFall1ng AKOi o oFalling
i
Falling to respond to stimulants after afterdelicate afterdeIlc aftera
a delicate deIlc te operation Samuel G Corn Cornwell Cornwell
well weil head of the the wholesale and retail retailgrocery retailgrocery retailgrocery
grocery house of G G Cornwall Sons Sonswho SODSWho Seaswho
who was stricken by the heat Saturday Saturdaydied Saturdaydied Saturdaydied
died died last night at 9 oclock at Emer Emergency Emergency Ernergency ¬
gency Hospital HospitalWhen HospitalWhen HospitalWhen
When Mr Cornweli was overcome overcom by bythe bythe bythe
the heat he was on the basement stairs stairsof stnJrSot stairsof
of the big gfocery store at 1412 HI Penn Pennsylvania Penns Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania s lvanla avenue He HefeJl fell backward backwardstriking backwardstrIking backwardstrlkfn
striking strlkfn his head on a step He was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken to the hospital and yesterday yesterdaymorning yefrterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning an operation to remove a clot clotof cletot clOtat
of blood from his hi brain was performed performedby pertormedQY performedby
by Dr W T Sinclair Bowen of Stone Stoneeigh Stonelelgh Stoneleigh
leigh Court the family physician physlefanAever physlcfanSever physicianNever
Sever Regain RcgnlnllCollticlousneslI RcgnlnllCollticlousneslIIt Consciousness ConnclonsnessIt
It was successful but In his weakened weakenedcondition weakenedcondlllon weakenedcondition
condition Mr Cornweli did not rally rallyfrom rallytrom rallyrom
from f rom the shock He died without re regaining regaining reaining ¬
gaining g consciousness consciousnessMrs consciousnessMrs consciousnessMrs
Mrs Cornwell and her three sons who whowere whowere whoere
were w ere summoned to the hospital soon after afterthe afterthe afterhe
the t he accident remained r maned at Mr Cornwalls Cornwallsbedside Comwensbedelde Cornwallsedside
bedside b edside most of the night and were In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the building when he was taken to the theoperating theoperating theperating
operating o table tableMr tableIr table1r
Mr Ir Cornwell who was one of Wash Washingtons Washngtons WashIngtons ¬
ingtons i leading business men was WtU lifty liftynine ibftyine 1ittinine
nine n ine years ears old The grocery gr eery butfnoss > of ofwhich otthlcl1 ofwhich
which he Was vas as head hca is more than halt a acentury acentury aentury
century c eld and was established by his hisfather hislathor hisather
father f The Cornwell residence Is at ISO ISOGirard 1350Girard 10Girard
Girard street streetIt streetIt streetIt
It was about 7 oclock Saturday SatUIIn night nightthat nIghtthnt nightthat
that Mr Cornwell fainted He had gone goneto goneto goneo
to t o the basement of the th building to bust bustfor hURttor huntor
for f or some brand of goods a a G easterner easternerswanted Stomer Stomerwanted stomerw
wanted w anted and when he did not return retr reern ins insglerjcii th th1erks
glerjcii 1erks became b 1J1 alarmed alarmedJtcmoie4 + JcT JcTTieyfound 1
FJlcmovcd Jtcmoie4 ionovttn1f to ITepitni ITepitniTtffound c cif
+ Tieyfound if found him him unconscious at Ute foot footof footof
of the he stairs After an ambulance sur surgeonhad ante ¬
geonhad geon e nbad had tried in vain aln to restore Mm he hewas hewas
was taken to Emergency and Dr Bowen Bowenwas Bowenas Bowenwas
was as summoned Through the night the thephysicians thephysicians thephysicians
physicians worked over him but he grew grewWorse yewworse grewworse
worse Worse lapsing Into semiconsciousness at atintervals atintervals
intervals but never becoming fully con conscious consclous conscions ¬
scions sciousIn scionsIn
In the morning the operation was de decided tiecided ¬
cided upon as D a last resort and after afterhe afterbe ft r rlie
he had come from the operating table tablewith tablewith >
with the blood clot caused by the fall fallremoved fallremoved
removed he rallied But in the after afternoon afternoon
noon he sank steadily steadll until the doctors doctorsannounced doctorsannounced
announced there was little hope for his hislife hislife
life in the early evening The end came camequietly camequietly
quietly Quieti with 1th the family at the bedside bedsideAll bedsideAll
All day do Saturday Mr Cornwell bad badcomplained badcomplained hadcomplained
complained of feeling ill but insisted insistedon 1nslstedon insistedon
on remaining at the store as it was wasa wasa
a a busy bus day The dootors said last night nightthat nightthat
that the fall and blow killed him When WhenMr WhenMr
Mr Cornwell fell the thermometer was wasnearly wasnearly
nearly 100 1 in the shadBulletins shad shadeBulletins
Bulletins were Issued Saturday night nightstating nIghtstaUng nightstating
stating Mr Cornwell was not in a a seri serious serfQUs sectcondition ¬
ous condition so his death came as a ashock ashock
shock to those of his many friends who whohad whohad
had heard of it last night Mrs Corn Cornwell Corn dornwell
well was as nearly prostrated by b the shock shockMr shockMr shockMi
Mr Cornwell was the first heat heatvlcUm victim victimof victimof
of the summer summerPENROSE summerPENROSE
PENROSE ON YACHT YACHTBumor YACHTBumor
Bumor He Was Drowned Fails of ofConfirmation ofConfirma ofConlirmation
Confirmation ConfirmationAtlantic Confirma tion tionAtlantic
S
Atlantic City Clt July 3 aRumors Rumors that thatSenator tha thaSenator thatSenator
Senator Boles Penrose had been beendrowned beendrowned beendrowned
drowned from torn his yacht Betty in which whichhe wblchlIe whichbe
he was on a a cruise are believed belh ed incor incorrect Incorrect IncorreeL
rect Every effort eirort to learn their truth truthproved truthproed truthproved
proved unavailing It created a n stir stirhere stirhere
here and searchers started out at once onceThey onceThey onceTheY
They are still scouring the coast
SENATOR LODGE RETALIATES RETALIATESBelieved RETALIATESDeJfccd RETATITATESBelieved
Believed to Have Blocked Ames on onj onAeroplnne onAeroplane
j Aeroplane Test TestBoston TcatBoston TeatBoston
Boston July 3 Representative 3Representative Butler ButlerAmes BuUerAmes ButlerAmes
Ames and his friends believe he has hasSenator hasSenator hasSenator
Senator Lodge to blame for the refusal refusalj refusalof refusalof
j of the NaY Department to detail a a tor torpedo torpedo torpatio ¬
pedo boat to test tt > st the lifting power qf Q an anaeroplane anaeroplane anaeroplane
aeroplane designed deslgnedb by the th Lowell Rep Representative Representative Representative
resentative resentativeOn resentativeOn resentativeOn
On the heels of the Navy Nav Departments Departmentsdecision Departmentsdecision
decision come the charges that Repre Representative Representative ¬
sentative Ames was given tacit promise promisesome promisesome promisesome
some time ago that a torcedo boat would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be assigned for the purpose that this thispromlsw thispromls6 thispromiste
promlsw was given by no less a person personthan personthan personthan
than Secretary of the Navy Meyer and andthat J1d J1dthat ndthat
that yesterday a a revocation of that thatpromise thatpromIse thatpromise
promise is to be taken as an answer to toAmes toAmes
Ames declaration of his candidacy candidacyagainst candidacyagainst candi1acyagainst
against Senator Lodge LedgeAERONAUT LodgeAERONA1JT LodgeRONA1T
AERONAUT RONA1T IS KILLED KILLEDRain KILLEDRala XIUIEDRain
Rain Weakens Veaken His Machine MnchIp and It ItCollapnea ItCOlJapeJl ItCollapses
Collapses nt Rhelms RhelmsRhelms RIlelmllRheims RhseiniaRheims
Rheims July 3 3Charles Charles Wachter Wac1tt r a aFrench aFrench aFrench
French aviator was W3 killed by the fall of ofhis othis ofhis
his aeroplane at the opening of the avlae avl avltlO avia aviahoT
tion tlO hoT week here today toca The weather w athu was wasstornjf wasstar wasstar
stornjf star and rain was driving across the theexposed theexpor theexpoed
exposed expor d plaliron which the course Is Islocated islocatel talocated
located Nobody Nob d ventured v ntured ont this mprn tnprnIng mprning mprning
Ing except lcept Wachter who notwithstand notwithstanding notvltbstanding notwithatandfag ¬
ing the strong s rong wind covered twentyeight twentyeightmiles twel1tY twentyeightmiles elght elghtmiles
miles in fortythree minutes with an anAntoinette anAntolpette anAnto1ette
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height of ofnbout about 600 feet the thewings wlngsof wlngs at his IllsmachintseeJ1 hisznaehLntyseeined
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from the press stand and was smashed smastedto
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