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T R E M 0 RIINDIGNATION
PAC If IC
Sn Francisco Buildings Are
Thrown Out of Plumb and
Wild Panic Follows to
Get Into Open
GREATER SHOCK THAN
Seismographs Broken and
Twisted Chimneys and
Plaster Fall in Many
Cities on Coast
SAX FRANCISCO. July lj Two,
earthquake shocks, the heaviest since
the big shake of 1906, and separated
hy only a few seconds. Jarred the cen-
. tral portion of California and -western
The first sharp shock, experienced
at 2.01 o'clock, was followed within a
few seconds by one of similar inten
sity, each lasting about fire seconds.
Panic In Frisco
Only trivial damage has been re -
ported from any section, but In San
riAuvtew uu uuiur i-iuet in mo aitui me oporcune in severe language
frCtfd .irPB TATli enlrcw-l unsin rrAiirlD
in 3tnrfft anrl roataitn nto inH thara
was a pellraell exodus from the ,!-"Se
Oneeculinr feature of the earth
quake was that it did not aDDear to
ioiiow ue oia "lauif in the earths
crust which has been the playground
of the temblors In the past, but er
tended from the eea coast eastward
to the Sierras, including hitherto ex
empt mountain areas.
Covers Wide Region
It was felt to the northward of Sac
ramento, In the Sacramento valley;
southward as far as Fresno and to
the east at Carson and Reno, Nev.
The fornjr place experienced the
heavie - kv in its history.
Pa-iage In City
ira e was done to build-
ooir ' ira p was
ings in n rrancisco. Heavy stones
in the Trnice of the Mechanics Bank
buildintr were moved slightly out of
alignmont. superficial cracks were'
made In several large office buildings.
,Cornices of the new poatoffice build-
ing were disarranged and damage was
done to the interior walls of a number'
of other buildings.
Wild Rush tc Streets
shock, many down town buildings
were depopulated in a wild
"d tele -
the streets. Telephonic and
graphic servlre was susjended for
gome minutes because of the opera
tors deserting their keyes.
Man Dies of Fright
Herbert Hadley, a lodging house in
mate, fell dead of fright and . some
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suffered in the semi-panic were treat
ed at the emergency and other hos
Wnril -arflft rACPlvpd hir iht nm
weather bureau from the sub station'
on Mount Tamalpals, 2609 fee above
the sea, to th. effect that th sharp-
t shock had been felt tbero since!
the dlster of 100C
The mountain is close to the!
"fault," which opened during tbel
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t inv nmronvi'pnnv nrrvTTfjT'
WAMrr.TOV Cal Julr 1. The earth
quake at 2 o clock Uus afternoon
was so severe that both seismo
graphs were so shaken up that no
record of value was made.
varse Than Bia Quake.
.M," .8ln,S,7,e,t(, Jerof SrlriterT VonPhuJ theStl
Within a few seconds after the first".,. !"Zr..f V.. :on. u,!.lne. .u
So far as these Instruments were the "fault lino" of the former sel
concerned , the shaking up was more1 mic disturbance this afternoon's
violent than that of the 1lg earth-j shock was sharply felt, but no
quake some years ago. To the -oth-j damage resulted beyond the dlslodg
er Instruments of the observatory lng of plaster ceilings in the bus!
no damage was done. The thirty , ncss office of the university
-it nrh telescope Is all right; so
tho is inch Instrument.
Shook -for 90 Minutes.
SANTA CLARA, Cal- July 1.
Sn severe was the shaking ot the.
earth In this ."city -tW afternoon!
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Survivors of III-Fated Steamship Spokane Denounce
gleet of Crew in Helping Them Into Lifeboats
Plugs Lost from Boats and Not Found
SEATTLE, July 1. Surveyors of
the Pacific Coast Steamship com
pany's steel excursion steamship Spo
kane, which was wrecked on Senv'ir
Narrows. B C late Thursdar night,
arrived from the scene of th acci
dent on the steamship Admiral Samp
son today and proceeded to hold a
mass meeting to exchange vows on
the wreck and determine if jwsibte
who was to blame for alleged mis
management In handling the life
boats and rescuing those aboard after
the vessel was beached in Plumper
An Indignation Meeting
The .gathering, at which 70 of the
passengers were present, was prima
rily an Indignation meeting. After a
long discussion In which sensational
charges were made regarding 'he
handling of the wreck, a committee
1 was appointed to confer with G. "V.
Andrews, general agent of the Pac'Bc
Coast Steamship company
The assemblage of the 79 tourists
was an unusual one Well-to-do men
and their families were drcsed in
the clothing they hurried injo when
the alarm was given and presented a
Henry W. Rarnam, professor ol
economics at Yale, was chosen to pre
side and George H King, paying tel
ler of the Denver National bank, was
made secretary. For more than ia
1 hour the passengers related their ev
I periences, some censuring the crew!
The inauagement of the crew and
j . . nnnilinm Mill
1(1 jh. h H NuLll WL
NEVER GOME BACK
Woman Mixed Up n Scandal
With Sporting Men Leaves
DENVER, July 2 Mrs. Isabel Pat
terson Springer, whose husband, John
W Springer, a wealthy banker, divor-
' hr today be:aus ot revelations in
iuc ueunuuu irjui, 19 wnigni auoaru
a Burlington train traveling tp Chi
cago. sf wm return to Colorado no more,
rrevlou l.0 ner de,PaJturc District Al-
torney Elliott recalled a subpoena ser-l start when the marshal discovered
ved on her yesterday requiring her!tne pickpocket taking a purso from
presence in court on Julr 5th as a. wit-' a citizen whose attention was cen -
ness In the second case of Harold
F Henwood. whose trial for the murd-
i ?U'?J "n.wE? ? " aa "I
r " sprin'ePs tes Imony
1 a Mra pnner testimony.
ttf Vnh I? , r CmPOnenht'
pens of the horizontal seismograph ,
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uiviui? uiuiiih iiii KiiriM:&riv niiprimi
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- .rtNe.t north "dath
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I inn, rontJnned tor ranra 1h,n"intl
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. . rniniiroe
' omTu wa Prrfirtrf
Newif called attention to the
,-,t bulletin bv Prof W T Fo
i f watwngton. DC In 'whlch
?T 3 IcWt tismic"
tarteBce -would occur before July 2.
Felt at Tucson.
TDCSON Julr 1 A slight earth -
i! u , T j T i , T
quake shock was recorded by the
iniimnmnh tha TTnife ifa
i marnetle observatorr here at 2
o clock this
July 1. At
this place, which
SAN JOSE, July l. .no sertout
damage was cone to any nuuaings
here or vicinity, so far as learned.
Some fallen plaster and one or two
chimneys were twisted and tell:
the method of handling the passengers
ashore from the Spokane at Plumper
bay was the most bungled piece of
business I ever saw." said C. E. Pe3r
soil of Eureka. Cal
No One to Help
"1 was standing on the deck when
I saw we were making for the rooks
and I hod time to tell my wife in he-'
stile room that we were going lo hit
I saw two sailors try to launch a life
boat and leave It hanging from one
davit As far as I was able to ascer
tain there were no seamen to help
the women passengers into the boat
Boats swung away from their davits
and the male passengers did the wo'k
of the rescuing of the women."
Plugs are Missing.
"The plugs in two of the life boats
were nowhere to be found, and they
wer8 put out with water running. '
Miss Georgina Dow of New .York
took the floor "There were two life
preservers in our cabin," she sai.l,
"and It was with the utmost diffi
culty that one was found for my mo
ther. There were no members of the
crew to tell us what to do.
"A number of women and myself
were thrown in to a life boat with no
one to row it ashore. Another wompn
and I started to propel the boat when
several stokers Jumped from tho
deck into the boat and capsized it.
You cannot imacine the tonfusinn
in tho hraflr f-nrt tmnMail n-itaM All
the women wore heavy coats and ,t'
was wito flttncuuy that we wero ta -
ken aboard another life boat."
ESCAPES BT LEAPING
IN MOVING BALLOON
Pickpocket Jumps Into Air
craft As It Clears the
SAYRE. Okla July 1. A pick
pocket, closely pursued by the town
marshal, leaped into tho basket of
a balloon near here today just as
the air craft was leaving tie ground
and sailed away to safety.
The balloon had been filled with
gas and the aeronaut, George Har-
vev. was in the basket readv to
tered on the balloon.
A Daring Escape,
The Har3ha' attempted to catch
thi.r h m.,,- ..
an 1- to ; hSfc';-
cleared the earth. He refused to
he?d marsha,.8 cry of ..stop
aS feet .l.S SLTS,
S'JJ J .JLTr . T
release the rin cord of hU, h,t -
--- - -
loon until he wa, ordered to rfo .
After the pair had traveled r.o'
the unwelcome passenger gav
the balloon was low-
Ten feet from the ground the
thipf Mnr fmm fh haaVf
-- w .vm. u uaVn v hui
1 ran- TtiHevid of a part of its bnrl?"ea nere wiu"n tne last 4 nours.,
,pn th "oon again shot upward ' Tn1 stree' car tem is tied up.
wheB "a"fer landAd. sewal hun- i1? ia, general Is demoralized
!"" Tards from whcre be thief ha " On city to full ot idle men.
- er had disappeared f- Tf
1 " ask dances cflft7nL to n 50
. S-rm large windows vrsri k advances of fifty cents to $I.w.O
I and dripisU stock tnd " ?f?nL U.a,'
, crockery were thrown from the 'h!:h v?5 JT??, ,L, to ZM'
shelves. Vn nni trie tniort in and abandoned their cars upon re-
saeiyes. rvo one was killed. In- f , - rnmnanv- to nrfp
juira or even nun oevonn sncncr
scratches In trying to run out of!
I the buildings during the shake
Seven Distinct Shocks.
Cal. , ST. LOUIS, July L The selsmc
Is on graph at the St. Louis Unverslf
recorded a severe pjrth dlsturhanrp
Jate this afternoon- The malnj
shock began at 4:16 p. m. and up!
to 5:30 o'clock seven distinct move-!
menta were recorded.
' FRESNO. Julr 1 The Southern
i pacific depot here was partly
stroyed by nre this afternoon, en-
.tailing a loss of about $4,000. The
cfe Is belfeved to have been cauaed
pbydefectlve Insulating. ,
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
SUNDAY MORNING, JULY
OF ALL BIN
Ne-IChas. T. Weyman Wins In
ternational Aviation Cup
in Great Race in Eng
MAKES 77 MILES AN HOUR
CHURCH. Ensi, July 1. CharleB T.'
Weyniann, representative of the
United States, today won the interna
tional aviation cup. He covered the
course, approximately 94 miles, in 71
mlnues, 35 3-3 seconds, an average of
"J miles an hour.
Alfred Le Blanc of France was sec
ond with an average of 76 miles, while
Alex Ogilvie of England, the only
other aviator to complete the course,
took 109 minutes, averaging 71 1-3
There was much disappointment
that Claude Grahame-White, the Brit
ish aviator who won the cup at Bel
mont Park. X Y last year, did not
compete. 'He excused himself on tho I
ground that only a freak machine
could win Of the other competitors.
Chevalier of France and Hamel of
Great Britain met with accidents. D.
Graham Gilmour, who was entered,
did not start
Wind Is No Factor
Today's competition proved that
wind as a factor against air racing Is
becoming less Important Hying this
morning in a high, gusty wind, Wey
mann made better time than he did In
the evening; when an almost absolute
There were many exciting moments,
especially when NIcuport and Le
Blanc, on -the failure of Chevalier,
wt up In an attempt to win the
i,u ior raflie' " tw rrncunien
made grand flights, but were unable to,
. I equal the performance of the Ameri
1 can, who will carry the trophy back
to his country
0LL1E JAMES TO BE
SENAIOB IN A
LOUISVILLE, July 2 Returns from
state democratic primaries from
sixty- one out of the 118 counties, in
complete, except Jefferson and Ken
ton, indicate that James B. McCreary
has been nominated over William Att
dams for the governor and Ollie 1.
James made a runaway race with
Thoa. Paynter for the United States
EL PAS0ANS CLAIM BIG
nflMflRP flP WIPYIPfl
l uhwihuco ur HflCAllU
BL. PASO, July 1. Damage claims
against Mexico aggregating
(000. arising from the kllline
wundlne of several Americans In
uriS battle of Juarez.Wfc, conceiu.
have been filed r with the state de-; The Proaram
E iSSl 5rSnE- JSSSSr
The claims vary from a few hun -
' ad dollars each to $23,000.
THREE BR STR KFS &RF
ntTPI APtrn IM MCYIPn
.?'"te3 ot worKinCTnen
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AH employes with the exception
of office men of the American Smelt-,
ing and Refining: company and those,
of the Mexican Industrial company1,
went out today The latter com-,
pany is owned by the two -amille ,
of Creel and Terrazaa. No violence
has been reported.
FIM0 RUSSIAN RELIC
OF RECENT JAP
TOKIO. July 1. Dredgers at Port
Arthur on the Lisa Tung penln -
- isnla today found a. fully equipped
Russian destroyer -about SO ra!la
to the south. The destroyer Is un
doubtedly a relic- of the Jpanetc
Elaborate Display of Aerial
Bombs and Shooting
Fire on C. Q. Hill
GIGA'NTIC SEARCHLIGHTS i
TO MAKE NIGHT DAY'
Scenic Wonders WW Be Writ-i
ten in Flame in Darkness
to Awaken Hills
Not since Copper Queen mountain
was an active volcanoj if it ever was
will there have been anything to
equal the aerial pyrotecanlcal display
to be given from the top of that hill
on the evening of July 4. From the
opening of the box of beautiful Illu
mination and noise effects, signalled
by an opening salute of 12 aerial guns,
to the grand final salnte the sky over
Mule mountain will be Ht with van
colored and ever-changing lights ani
the templed hills will echo the sounds
of mammoth explosions.
Visible for Miles Around
Copper Queen hi!! will - islble for
tro-tmiles around the camp and tbo explo-
ju yeuctidLc mv lanuwi auu
most inaccessible gorges and canyons.
The assortment purchased by the
fireworks committee of the Fourth of
July celebration was the most expen
siva listed in the factory catalogue,
costing $600. In addition to the as
sortment, the committee was given
an additional assortment of bombs
'ostlng $50 for paying cash.
Experienced Men Officiate
J C. Kringbaun will have charge of
setting off the fireworks and will be
assisted by a crew of experienced
bands. Copper Queen bill was select
ed because from that point the fire
works will be visible from every sec
tion of the city and district.
The big assortment of pyrotechnlcal
devices has arrived and has been plac
ed In storage until the evening of
Gigantic Searchlight Shells
The latest inventions ot the pyro
technic art are included In the assort
ment In the list are military search
light shells, which when they are ex
ploded dispel the darkness and make
the night as bright as day; double and
triplo pyroplanes, an electric Niagara
Falls, measuring 50 feet; liquid gold
rockets, volleys of hissing cobras, a
j (jaiuuin; uaiiery, eteciric suowers anu
Kd7 of 'h n ihZii - S
8 U the fireworks program
, Opening salute of 12 aerial guns
12 signal rockets. 3 pound.
12 mammoth Bengolias.
12 exhibition roekets, 3 pound.
6 caliope rockets, 3 pound.
6 electric shooting star 'rockets, 3
C fire fly rockets, 3 pound.
6 double caliope rockets, 4 pound,
fi exhibition rockets, 4 pound.
3 liquid gold rockets, 4 pound.
5 electric shower rockets, 4 pound
3 cornucopia rockets. 4 pound.
3 diamond chain rockets. 4 pound.
2 exhibition bouquet, 4 pound.
2 parachute rockets, 6 pound.
6 electric shower rockets, 6 pound
1 diamond chain rocket, S pound
1 waterfall rocktt, S pound.
1 caliope battery.
1 battery of ansythisc and pearls.
1 btttery electric spreader.
1 battery emeralds and gold.
2 volleys of hissing cobras.
C exhibition tourblllons.
3 surprise boxes, extra large.
12 nltht bombshells, 13 inch.
6 night bombshells, 16 inch.
I military searchlight shell, 16 inch
3 night bombshells, electric. 16 Inch
1 night bombshell, butterfly and
roses, 16 inch.
' 1 mi?i!t bombshell, Jacobs ladder.
a repeater shells, 10 inch. 2 shot.
3 repeater shells, 10 Inch, 3 shot.
2 repeater shells, 13 inch, 3 shot.
2 repeiter shells. 13 Inch, 4 shot.
READY EOR BIG THREE
FIRST FOURTH VICTIM
DIES IN SAN FRANCISCO
SAM FRANCISCO. July
The first fatality of the Fourth
of July season In San Francisco
occurred today In the death of
Domenlco Domato, a 14-year-old
boy, as the result of a wound In .
the hand from a toy pistol.
The accident occurred Satur- !
j day Yesterday he was taken to j
jaw, and died today V
"BOOK OF TRUTH" IS
CHICAGO. July 2 Mrs Fellca
lloss, mother of Mona Ross and a
disciple of Evelyn Arthur See, testified
In tho trial of the later today Mrs.
Rees admitted writing many parts of
the "Book of Truth". Many portions
of the manuscript, which a literal
reading might make the book appear
obscene, she explained were symbol!
cal. She declared that the whole
purpose of the book was to teach un
selfishness, kindness and chastity
Proposals of Marriage.
ji as learnea irom taose associa -
ted with Sees defense that many pro -
1 P3als of marriage have been received
by the feminine figures in the case.
Mona Rees Is said to have been the
recipient of forty letters asking her
hand In marriage; Mildred Rridges
a dozen, while the mothers of the
girls have not been neglected.
They are said to have taken the
letters good naturedly at first bat
have been annoyed at their number
They are growing accustomed to be
ing followed by admiring men when
they leave the courtroom.
STRIKERS WIN GUI
IN SHIPPING STRIKE
LONDON, July 1. The shipping
situation has improved somewhat In
the last 24 hours, although condi
tions approaching chaos prevail at
The shipowners have increased
wages all along the line. Many have
met the men's demands of In
creased wages and recognition of
the stevedores' union and everyone
Is looking forward to several im
portant conferences Monday that
may settle the strike.
The Carmania ot the Cunard line,
and the American liner St. Louis,
manned by crews composed large
ly ot scratch men, sailed from Liv
erpool today. The St. Louis took
the passengers of the HaverfordJ
which was unable to obtain a crew.,
NO TRACE OF MEN
WHO HELD UP TRAIN dtr to two r3 f celebration.
. . r. . From that time on until the morn-.
ERIE, Pa., July 1. Posses that Inff stars come oat eariy on July
have been scouring the country In' 6 Bisbee and her thousands :of
search of the robbers who last, fiesta will be the busiest camp in
night attempted to rob train Num- Ule west,
ber 41 on Ae Philadelphia & Erie' Parade at 9:30.
branch of the Pennsylvania lines. At 8 5i a. ra. Tuesday the parade
began to return here tonight and w' begin and occupy the day un
all but the railroad detectives have u' H o'clock with 30 minutes intr
praclcally given up the search, mission. Then tho sport program
It is believed that tho bandits, wll oe polled, off extending from
were Italians. 11 3ft octocfe until late In the aft-
Durlijg a search near the scene crnoon. including the town sports,
of the holdup railroad detectives' n"- climb, drilling contest, double
found bloodstains beside the track beaded ball game. etc.
which led Into a gulley through The Interim Between the day pco
whlch the bandits are thought to Kraro. and evening program will be
have escaped. fi"ed In by band concerts by the
! Copper Queen band and the military.
2 twin bououot shells. IS inch. Si
1 double siWer she'!. 16 Inch, 2
1 red, white and btae shod, 16 Inch.
1 novel and amrtsing set piece.
1 beautiful folding electric device.
1 pyroplane. 2 ascensions.
1 pyroplane, 3 ascensions.
1 electric Niagara Tails, 30 feet
1 novel wireless pyrotechnic device
I bosquet ot 50 rockets.
10 pounds fire, final illumination.
1 grand final salute.
Pottires for HehUng.
Opening of Vista Park and
Dance for Officers the '
First Features of
OPENING SALUTE WILL ' .
! AROUSE C'TY AT 4:30 A.M.
Big Parado Occurs in Morn
ing, to Be Followed by
Sports, Sloan's Ad
dress and Dances
With the arrival of the squadron
or the Sixth cavalry from Fort Hua
cbuca tomorrow at noon, the big
Fourth of July celebration begins.
The camp site In front of the C.
t& A. general office building at
Warren Is in perfect condition, with
! ait necessary supplies, to receive
1 the troopers. Tho cavalry is er-
i ieciea to arrive about the noon
i hour, after having marched overland
j fron5 to mountain army post
It Is expected that as many men
as can bo spared from camp at
one time will b given every op
portunity to come up to Bisbee and
to participate in the celebration
Dance for the Officers.
At 6 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
the camp guard mount will take
place, which Is well worth seeing.
After the guard , is set for the
night, liberty parties from the ranks
will come up to Bisbee and offi
cers will attend the danco to be
given in their honor at the War
ren District Country club.
Vista Park Opening.
Between 7 o'clock and y o'clock,
Vista Park, at Warren, will be
formally opened by two band con
certs, the Calumet and Arizona band
opening and the Military band play
ing the remainder of the evening.
Special cars will be put on by the
street railway company to handle
the park crowds. Tho little park
Is ready for the orenlng and noth
ing remains to be done but to press
the button that will set the play
ground agUrtar and ablaze with
Beginning at 9 o'clock on Monday
evening, the officers of the cavalry
will be the gue3ts of ho"hor at
the Warren District Country club,
where a dance will be given Music
will be by the Sixth cavalry band
and the function will be opened by
a grand march.
Opefilna of the Bfa Day.
Tho recurrence of the nation's
natal anniversary will be heralded
Tuesday morning at 4:30 o'clock by
tho firing -or. the national salute,
which will awako the slumhortntr
- 5ubs ue reauing ot ine
Declaration of Independence and the
address by Governor Richard B.
Sloan, the big fireworks exhibition
will occur, beginning at 8 o'clock
The mask balls will open at
9 o'clock and the remainder of
the evening will be given over to
dancing and to a confetti carnival
in the streets and plazas, where the
two bands will play during the
The full program of the celebra
tion wilt be found in another eol-
lumn of this morning's paper.
ice pusiness streets will be gaily
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