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NUMBER 4469 446 < WASHINGTON SATURDAY EVENING SEPTL SEPTEMBER + iliBCR 8 1906 PRICE ONE otq E CENT
AWAITING ACTION ACTIONOF ACTIONoi
OF oi DIRECTORATES DIRECTORATESON
ON GREATER CITY CITYAll
All Now Up p to Heads ol olThree ofThree of ofTh
Three Th ee Washington Busi Business Business Business ¬
ness Associations AssociationsFOUR AssociationsFOUR AssociationsC
FOUR HUNDRED C CLUB CLUBAND CLUBAND
AND JAMESTOWN JA ESTOVN TWH TWHFate SHOW SHOWFate SHOVFate
Fate of Two Big Projects in inHands inHands inHands
Hands of Half a Dozen DozenMen Dozenen DozenMen
Men MenAction MenAction en enAction
Action upon the Jamestown Kxpoat Kxpoattuti Bxpeelt
tuti t i tin n project and the Four Hundred Thou Thouiijl Thouf
f iijl + i t flub project awaits the meetings meetingsc meeUatt
c > f the t lt > directorate of the Board of Trade Tradest TraAIefI1
st fI1 11 l the Business dens X Association AI OciWOf Uo Ua UatU Uatl UnI
I tU L they consider COJUId tb for projects under the theI the11n
I 11n ia agreed 1 upon l ly y the presidents of oft oft oft
t three local trade bodies bodI nothing nothingtirinite DOthlalrtlinite nothingu
tirinite u finite can be done doneoth doneoth doneV
V Roth oth projects haw been approved appro by byt
t f directorate of tie t e Jobber and Shlp ShlpI
I rs Association and a a roramlttee roramltteer committeernad
r rnad r insert m fd to confer with similar uar commit committ
t t from the Board of Trade and the thet
1 t usinesa lSOtSS Mens Men Association On ac act so sor
t unt llll t of the absence from the city ofmany of ofxiaiiy otallY
many allY of the directors of both these bod bodmeeting bocIi hodmeetlnge
i meeting will not be held probably probablyuntil probablytW probablytwUl
until tW til the latter part of next week weekGet weekGet weekGet
Get Dew Dewa ts Real Week WeekThe WKkThE WmkThe
The Jobbers J and Shippers Shlppe Association AnpeelationI
1 totting down to hard work In the theiw t tlw thei
iw i a and handsome rooms In the Mun Munbuilding Munbuilding lUJ lUJhulldlac
building which will be open for forI tornext
I iMiuss s next Monday Assistant See Seei SeeIhlr
i Ihlr tty w V Clum Clu will establish his JU per perisi pern1 perin
isi in nnt < nt headquarters eadquarte There will be beft be1llitips beft
ft 1llitips ilitips ittes for the transaction of bust busirfs buatTb bustr
rfs Tb r such as the association has IUI never nevereri neYfllEr neverera
Er eri j 1 y yed td d in I the past pastT paatT putTtr
T Ttr in freight department of the secre secret secretts
t tts 1 > > office i is to be an important fea feat feat
t tt UI of its operations Means will be bed becried
1 iftt cried > d tocheck to check the time of f delivery deliveryif elIftlTr
if E fvery r p important shipment of freight freightWashington freltfhttn
tn n Washington bIDtOn and thus ascertain ascertaint
t what w l111t faculties laol1l aYe r oetng nern provided provideduially Pnwt4edlually provideduialiy
uially by the railroads n Iroa4II doing bust busts
5 HS s with the city Incoming In as well welli w1I1n weti
i n 1 agoing I ttg f 1reI freight e1 s are to 0 reeeiv at atfive at at1 t tt =
t tiun tiunTio
five 1 freight committee believes raod raode m 1
1 e < iy thfct It has achieved a great pub publi pubi pubIi
li i service I n ice In securing the th thJMI through h ft bill billtlf billut
JMI > of freight from fro Waal Waalinis R oa to toi tou
inis i 11 s along the t e lines Un of the Southern Southernulway there theret th thllllway
ulway t i H a y The new system is I not yet yetji yett t tt
tthe
ji t > iTect but will be In the course ef efeeks elf
f e wt weeks weeksMgat eeks eeksFiffct > eka eka1i
Fiffct 1i the DWerential B ht hti Rate Ratet U Ui
i i his h t s accomplished acco ipfahed the committee committeeji mmltt mmlttktt
ji < kiil k d by the whole weight and in inf iDof Inof
f nc of the association will be in InJ a apion
3 < ii tiln < > n to take up 1J1 the subject of rates ratesf rat ratl
f l vii i 111 f fg rtglt t first nt for a reduction of the theraaonaple theahnable thesonable
raaonaple sonable and unjust differential in inIIYCT aalyr ini
i IIYCT lyr r of Alexandria amounting amount to t or 7 7ITS Tl 7I
l I ITS as ti for a sevenmile veaUe haul haulIt baulI haulI
It I t is not customary for railroads to toignize tonize togniae
ignize nize so short bort a distance at all U in the theivntf theof
ivntf 1 ng of rat rate rates Rates from Baltimore Baltimoreiiita Baltimoret
4 t iiita South are practically the same sameriUs aameLitos samerites
rites from Washington although althoughtviiington althoqhthinarton
t rt tviiington is I forty mIles nearer If Ift Ifi Ift
t t r < is no differential in favor of Wash Washcf WahdlIand Washt1and
cf dlIand a and Washington is not clamor clamorJ
3 g lt or r it Itclearly clearly there there should not be bef beF
F f norraoua < a differential in favor of ofAuxandrta otxaodrla ofa
Auxandrta AuxandrtaIndicating a xaodrla xaodrlaludieaUnl xandriaIndicating
Indicating the interest Inter at generally rally taken takenr takeathf
a r t ihc hP Jobbers and Shippers Association AuocIaUonJ
3 a t letter inclosing a check from fro Mrs Mrsniu Mnj Mrsda
j > niu 1 J a Saunders Saunde widow of the late latei L LI t
I sa saunders undent It represents repre nt Mr Sauna Saunamembership SauMf Sa Saa
f membership mt > m enblp fee feeMr teeKr feelair
Mr Xewes newts RtsifMtis ResigaatIsere RtsifMtisIrfit JtuipaUI
< Irfit j rf re 1 t regret JtCret is I Ii expressed among < < melD raemV
V 1 rs j r of the l e board of directors and the theGelation tbeL
a L Gelation generally that the temporary temporaryr temlJOlryrdary
> r rdary ri tary Charles Chari E Howe was com comjnd eomI
jnd I I led ftl to relinquish reUllqu the duties duU of the theby lheby theby
> by the press of other business b It Itj Ituniversally
j universally conceded that his fair falri
i < s courtesy and disinterested devoto devo devoM dCToto
< M to the work contributed C trtbuted much ueb to toassociations toj toassodations
j associations great initial II tla I IJ success successie
10 J resolution of the board of directors directorsthe dlr4Mttonthe directorsthe
the subject merely expresses the themmon lbemmon themmon
> mmon view He has a a worthy sue sucT aucI
I fr < T r however in Mr Loch LuchsTHE LochTHE LochTHE
THE WEATHER WE THER REPORT REPORTptorm nEPORTftorm SPORTA
A storm of considerable strength has hasriiVd huInland hasr
riiVd r d Inland from the North Pacific in intte InHp Intle
tte last twentyfour hours and is now nowit nowItml nowtral
< it Itml nil over British Columbia In eastt east eastHatrlcts t tdlstrlcta
t Hatrlcts while the barometer has hasrilrii haaf hasL
f L rilrii If fen 1 considerably no welldefined welldefinedFt welldedneaFtrm
Ftrm F Ft Im m renter has h developed Tbe tropi tropii trop
1 i j iisturbance appears to be southwest southwestt lIOutbwtand southwestand
t and not far distant distant from Bermuda Bermudai
i i in n sr northeastward northeastwardKalns north northeastwarditatnd tward twardHaln
Kalns have fallen in North N rth Pacific Pacificitst
1 a itst < ct States Stat ea Tennessee Tenn and the lower lowerMississippi Jow JowfIS8lpp lowerMisslsetpp
Mississippi Valley
Fair weather weal er is Indicated for the theithlngton
it U ashington hlngton forecast district during the tbeirxt theJfxt thetext
text thirtysix hours except that W Wtl 10 10l >
4 rtt tl l thunderstorms t h are are p probable obable in the tI
I la iat last t Gulf States State Sunday Sun SunSturm
Sturm warnings are displayed d aYed on the th
I ladIC Ia ac mo coast at t Aberdeen at the mouth mouthof
d t the Columbia river and on the StraUs StraUsI li trip its itstiseamers
of I f Juan de Fuca FucaSteamers I IH
Steamers H eam n departing departln < < today for Re Rep Sure SureTKMPBRATTJJUB ro roIurts
Iurts p arts wlU have fresh vaMnb4e 1VIftd 1VIftd1ssI nds
pasibly 1ssI ly beeomiq hip 5un4ay night alehtt to
t the ili Grand Banks BaalulJBJiPE1U BanksTEMP
TEMP TKMPBRATTJJUB TKMPBRATTJJUBv JBJiPE1U > ETURpt ETURpty TUJl TUJlio
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dtcoglste i UcgUtereft ASJleeVs Sta MaaMsti 4aM Thermometer Thermometerm >
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SUN TABXJB TABXJBsun TAmBSun TAII TAIISun
sun sets today today5n tonay tonaySun t tn
Sun n rises riee tMBorrow Jg JgTim il ilTIPS iii iiiTwa
Tim TABLE TABUBTw J 4BL 4BLTO
Tw TO T n tide till today apta
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Hi 11111 a u tilts tomorrow lletam ef arp
LOW tid tomorrow tOlROlOWIl 1l7 f T a La s > Tspm TspmHAWPKKS TtI tiltpmIIAaJI1S pM pMlIARII
HAWPKKS lIARII VfKKf s W fa Vf p Sept i
Both ioth ricers niuoJy n mu lfJ y
MOODY MOODYONBENCH MOODYONBENCHReported ON BENCH BENCHMEYER
MEYER IN CABINET CABINETCHANGES CABINETCHANGESIN
CHANGES CHANGESIN IN VIEW VIEWReported VIEWBonaparte
Reported ReportedMEYER Bonaparte Will WillHead WillHead WillHead
Head Department o oJ of ofJustice ofJustice
Justice JusticeTAFT JusticeTAFT J usticeTAFT
TAFT WILL REMAIN REMAIiBoom REMAINBoom REMAINBoom
Boom for the Presidency PresidencyMay PresidencyMay PresidencyMay
May Soon Be Launched Launchedin
in Earnest EarnestAttoraay EarnestAttorney EarnestAtterngy
Attorney Qadetai ed J rtdral al William WUlf < < JIl H HMoody HI HMoody
I Moody will go on the Supreme Sul > fcme Court Courtbench Courtbench
I
bench this fall f n to fill th the vacancy vacancyeauced vacancyeaWted vacancycaused
caused by the retirement of Asso Assoeiato Auoelato Assoelato
elato Jwkto Henry B Brown last lastJune lastJune
June JuneSecretary J JuneSecretary uae uaeSecretary
Secretary of the Nary Bonaparte Bonapartewill Bonapartein Bonapartewill
will in succoed su c eed Attorney GeneralMoody General GeneralMoody OaoralXoody
Moody MI th the head of the t1t Depart Department Dpartment Departwent ¬
ment of Justice JusticeGeorge JuatlccGofle JusticeGeorge
George von Oft L Meyer ambassador ambassadorto
I to St Petersburg will enter the theCabinet theCabiaet theCabinet
Cabinet as the head of the Nary De Department Departmeft Depsrtment ¬
psrtmentSecretary partment partmentSecretary t tSecretary
Secretary of War ar Taf Taft t will sot re resign reaip resign ¬
sign his hJoftlee office to accept the Preeibeats Presi President Prideats ¬
dent beats original ortl Ul1 offer of the Supreme SupremeCourt hpr SupremeCourt
Court associate juflttaeehlp looking lookingto lookUa lookUato < <
to the seat of Chief Cl ef Justice but willcontinue will willcontinue wUleoat
continue eoat ue to manage the affairs of sirs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the army arHt the Panama canal and andthe aHthe andthe
the Pnilipines for at least a year yearor ye yearor < < r ror
or perhaps two years eara when he he e will willenter
enter actively into the Presidential Presidentialcampaign Presidentialctwapaign
campaign CtUftpAi < < a as the Presidents choice alioiceas choiceft
IUI ft his own successor in the t White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse Jd ie ieRooMe
House HouseJudge RooMeJudte HouseJudge
Judge Magoon l n will continue e fttlaue to tocarry tocarry
carry out the t 4 BoeeeveltTaft RooseveltTaft pity pojkyon
on the isthmus as governor governoreii o lbe lbecansl ta
eii cansl tl sons > > 88 MM aatd 1 wfM i4M not ot bi lit sent to totb totlM totbld
tlM tb Tshili PhtUpfrfnes 1uppme Pik Pikto as gowscwor or orto tooktns tooktnsto
to a place in the Cabinet Cablutthe as bead beadthe of ofthe
the War Department DepartmentCenfarwwft npadBtC DepartmentCesfereaea
Cenfarwwft C feruee at Oyster Bay BayThis BayTh BayThis
This Th it Is understood on hh 1a1Iathortty au sotherity authority ¬
thority In official circles f IB il the ueUt tseprsgr pretrraM pretrraMthat + wa wathat
that has ha been decided d lcJed upon by Presi President P Pdeat President ¬
dent Roosevelt after recent oonferanees oonferaneesat Oftt Ofttat
at Oyster Bay Ba with Secretary Tuft T t At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney General Moody and Secretary SecretaryBonaparte SecretaryBoftaparte SecretaryBonaparte
Bonaparte Although there was no one oneIn oeIn one onein
In Washington today who was wa In a po position p pIUon positlon ¬
sition to officially confirm this thl report reportIf r rt rtIt
If had spread to a considerable extent extentamong fxteton extentamong
among on < < the officiate In the Navy NaY Depart Department Del Deleat Department ¬
ment eat as a well as the th Department De artllHlnt of ofJustice orJuce ofJustice
Justice Secretary Bonaparte returned returnedto
to town Thursday T uraday morning fresh front frontOyster tromOyater fromOyster
Oyster Bay where he h had conferences conferenceswith eentne eentnewith conferenceswith
with the President in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the naval review but be h left the city cityagain cityqaln cityagain
again yesterday afternoon to be 18 18over gong gongover sons sonsover
over Sunday During the th brief interval intervalhe Intelhe Intervalhe
he was ai a 1 his office he spoke of a num number JlUMber number ¬
ber of things that had been gone over overwith ewerwith overwith
with the President Pre ldent intimating InUmatln < < that stilt stiltother atiltother stillother
other matters tten of greater importance had hadbeen JtMdlaeWlMd hdbeen
been discussed discussedTftfts dlaeWlMdTafts dhsausedTafts
Tafts Tacit Announcement AanouBcameHtThe
The general Impression Impe Ion in local official otflchllcircles officialrcles otftclalelrel
elrel circles rcles seems eem to be that Secretary Tarts Tartsitand Tat1 Tat1taJut Taftsstand
stand on 0 the tariff question in his recent recentpeech receatapeeeh recentspeech
speech was w equivalent equlVl ent to an A announce aanouncement announcement announcement ¬
ment ment that he was we open pen for the Prest Prestlential P Pdtial Presidential
lential race and naturally would not notAccept Dotaeeept notaccept
Accept the place that a few months ago agothe allOthe agothe
the President was urging him to take takeon tJk tJkon takeon
on the Supreme SuP bench That Secretary SecretaryTafts Secrata17Tatt SecretaryTaft
Taft Tafts candidacy already Al has the sanc sanction saaetiut c cUcm ¬
tion and support of the tb4 President there thereseems t thereseems eN eNtee
seems tee to be no doubt and the opinion opinionIs opinionexpreued
t Is expressed that before the present presentCongressional preaentC presentCongressional
Congressional C campaign Is over the theboom theboom theboom
boom of tbe Secretary of War will be belaunched belaunched belaunched
launched In earnest earnestAS earnutto earnestess
AS to whether this lh will conflict with withhe withthe withthe
the he Presidents stand announced announ ed some somelime 110 110time poetstime
time kilO that he did not propose tohave to tohave tohay
have hay any member ember of his b Cabinet fight fightIns ftllhtIn fi ht htIng
Ins In for his 1 shoes while that memberIs member memberis memberMilt
is still in office seams to be A ques quesThe q qlion question
lion lionThe The seat eat occupied by Justice Brown BrownPresident Brownstill Brownstill
still being unfilled It behooved the tbePre thePresident
President Pre khmt to make another selection selectionThift llelactlonThil selectionThis
This time it Is S understood tbe otter offerwent otterwent otterwent
went to Attorney Attorn e General Moody MoodyIt
It has been known that for some sometime solftetime sometime
time the Attorney General was w anxious anxiousto
to retire from his office in order Drderrenew to torenew torenew
renew his law practice in Boston Now NowIt NowIt Nowit
It is understood the President has been beenable bMnable beenable
able to change rhaJl e his entire career and andplace andplace andplace
place him on 0 on the Supreme bench for forChance forthe forthe
the remainder ot his active caya days daysChance
Chance fa Promote Bonaparte BonaparteThis BonaparteThl BonaparteThis
This Thl wakes n µ kes the opportunity for pro prolotlng premottftl promoting
lotlng mottftl Secretary Bonaparte to the At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Generals office officeAlt otticeAU officeAlt
Alt along Innl It has been the understand understanding undentaiMIIRK uaderstaodlag ¬
IRK that this change would be made mades
a s soon n as the President wag ready to toallow toallow toallow
allow Mr Moody to step out The orig original origInat ¬
inal plan was to brine AmbassadorMeyer Ambassador AmbassadorMeyer AmbauadorW
Meyer W yer from at Petersburg to succeed succeedMr succeedMr
Mr Bonaparte and It Is understood understoodlhat understoodUult understoodthat
that this also aao will m now nu1 be carried out outAlthough outAlthough
Although there has never been any anyapparent anyppant anyapparent
apparent authority for the reports cir circulated otrculted airculated ¬
culated some time ago ft o that Judge J Ma Magoon M MJrOQn Magoon
goon would be sent to the Philippine Philippinethese PhUfplMPeiIthNe Phli p ne nethese
these changes chanc would seem to Httle sett etU a It ItIn Itla itin
In the negative negativeCALIFORNIA ne negativeCALIFORNIA < < aUve aUveCALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA NEAR READY READYFOR READYFO READYFOR
FOR FO HER OFFICIALTRIAL OFFICIALTRIALThe OFFICIAL TRIAL TRIALThe TRIALThe
The Navy Department has been ad adeed advised d dI
I ftHd eed by the Union Iron Work that the theW theMW thenew
MW W battleship California will be ready
for her official trial by October 1 1I
115 I S to Baltimore and Return Returnfa ReturnVia
Via fa Pennsylvania Pean 1vuai Railroad Rallroactvery every Satur Saturte Sataray Satury
ay y find IM Sunday An agafar trains ex exCfpt axcept
Cfpt t the e UCOngrna Cengrsshons1Limlte f8guaar LlMIlL iok ioknod kets ketsgood
nod to return until Sunday nlcht nJhtAdv Adv
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HarJardt HafkardsAmerican S Amer can Crew Goes Down in DefeatIn Defeat DefeatIn
In Race W With th Sturdy Britons on the R R12er Jer Thames
The American Crew C Wh ose e Boat a Was Two Lengths Le g S Behind th t e Britishers r at the t Finish n1sh
n I I
STENSLAND NOW NOWIN NO NOHANDS
IN THE HANDS HANDSOF HANDSOF
OF AMERICANS AMERICANSTurned AMERICANSOfficers
Turf Turned Over to Officers OfficersWho OfficersWho
Who Will Return ReturnWith ReturnVith
WhoWith
With Him HimCHICAGO HinlClf1C HimCWCAGO
CHICAGO Clf1C CO i ibune IIept IJhe Chicago TrI TrIbuee Triiamn
iamn bune prints the following tollo special edal copy copyrighted ooprrtptt copyrighted ¬
righted cable cableTangier CabIeTaa cableTangier
Tangier Taa ter Sept > > apt IAetJac 8 Acting under thedirections the thedirections medl
directions dl tIonot of President Pr IdeDt Roosevelt < < trans transmitted trolDtJmltted tranemltted ¬
mltted through the State Department DepartmentPaul DeDUtuwntPaul DeportmentPaul
Paul Stensland today was turned over to toHarry toHarry toHarry
Harry Olsen and myself we w being bel beln desig designated designated ¬
n nated ted the officials of the United States StatesGovernment 9tatellGovernment StatesGovernment
Government to return the fugitive hqrl e Chi Chicago qhlcaco Chlcsgo ¬
cago banker to to the United States Stat and andIHlnets andImp andIllinois
Illinois IHlnetsThe Imp ImpThe IllinoisThe
The transfer tr nlller ef the prisoner prIMtt tec took place placeIn plAeein placeIn
In the office of the American Consul CoasulGeneral COlSulGeneral ConsulGeneral
General Hoffman Ho Philip PhilipWith PhilipWith PhilipWith
With the signature of this document documentPaul daeumelllPRul documentPaul
Paul StMMdaad practically is 1 In the thehands thehandlt thebands
hands of the Illinois authorities au lorit and in inthe inthe inthe
the custody of the man who will try him himwhen him1ben himwhen
when Cook county Ie > e reached reachedTo reactIHTo reachedTo
To Safeguard the Prisoner PrisonerThe PriJ PrisonerThe 1Mr 1MrThe
The first step after receiving the pris prisoner pr preneI prisoner ¬
safeguardinghim safeguarding safeguardinghtm aeetrUtirdinI
oner was to arrange for
I him Accompanied by an attache of th thUnited thUlkId the theUnited
United States consular con ular office tbe offi officers otftce officers ¬
cers ce at once rode to t the Kashah which whichis
is the joint Moorish prison and adminis adminhrtrative administrative admlftlalrattve ¬
trative building buildingThe butl buildingThe lq lqThe
The Basha Bash Sid sa Cador Belghasi Bel was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found sitting In the mesooar or Salon Salonof Salonot Salonof
of eomplanU where wber he receives those thosewho thoseho thosewho
who ho are wronged and want stern and In Instantaneous InItantaneoU8 Instantaneous ¬
stantaneous Moorish justice The salon salonis salon1M salonis
is a small room and Is unlighted except exceptthrough exceptthrouh exceptthrough
through the spacious doorway doorwayThe doorwayThe doorwayThe
The Bavba naa expressed expre ed great anenttlon apprecia appreciation 1LPDNCIaUon ¬
tion of the honor done him In I asking 1UIk g hisaid his hissJd kIaald
aid and said d that a cell In the prison prisonwag prWonwas prisonwas
was at our Immediate disposah disposahThe dlapoahTbe diaposahThe
The cell was j extremely uninviting uninvitingand unlnllIn unlnllInand uninvitingand
and having heard horrible stories of ofwhat orwbat ofwhat
what had taken place behind the ram ramparts ram ramrta ramparts ¬
parts rta of the kasbah It was w decided It Itwould Itwould itwould
would be neither nelth r humane nor politic to toconfine toconftne toconfine
confine Stensland there there as Assistant AssistantStates AuItantState AssttantState
States State Attorney Olson wants to briny brinyhim prlR prlRbtm brlapKhim
him home a live manMessrs man manMessrs manMenra
Messrs Keely and Olsen have baY been beengiven beengiven ft ftven
given ven full authority by the State Depart Departgier Department Department
ment to remove their prhKJn prlsonet front Tan Tangier TILftcler
gier to Gibraltar Gibraltarsome and place him aboardsome aboard aboardiIOme
some craft bound for the United State StateIt States StattNIIt
It Is understood that they hav lIa have been In Instructed Inatructed Instructed ¬
structed so to time their tli ir arrival off of Gi Gibraltar Gibraltar II IIbraltar ¬
braltar that they may 1H hr ht h aide to It put putStensland pill1Steusland putStensland
Stensland aboard The homeward hound houndsnytt houndoraJt hounderait
snytt Just ust as It hi t welching wetn anchor for forNew forNew forNews
New York ork
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KAISER WINNER WINNERIN INNEfl INNEflIN
IN THE ELECTION ELECTIONBOMS ELECTIONOF ELECTIONOF
OF BLACK POPEl POPElJIOIQI r rEOM
BOMS EOM Sept IPILtIMr I Father Fatherby PNMU FragndsWeratt PNMUCJIn
Weratt ail dar1t borsa oosdldate CJIn < l t ttile atp atppetrted
petrted by tile nrrsssn delegates to the theUion
1 Uion of the Society lIo ety ef Jesuitswas Jesuits Jesuitsi 1 1teIIa
was i today teIIa elected general of tb u the Jesuit Jesuitr Jesuitffrdar le tt ttrder
ffrdar rder r to svoceed ooee4 the late Father ra aer Mattin htittaThe MUtIaJII MattinThe
The JII election of Father Wernx Wernau fe re yegaMed regarded ¬
gaMed as a great t victory tet for Kaiser ptalserWilliam KaiserWilliam XaIMrWUItalD
William who urged u his h election electionOnly elecdoaOnly electionOnly
Only one ballot was required req tIN tier German Gwt tierseas ¬
man priest t receiving fortytwo out of oftotal a atotal atotal
total of eightyone votes votesFather vo voFatber votesFather
Father Rudolph Meyer of St LouisU Louis LoW LoWU
U S A was defeated by the refusal refusalof retualof refusalof
of the German delegates to support him himCompromise JUmComproml5e himCompromise
Compromise candidates were offered by bythe bythe bythe
the Italians J and Spaniards to break the theapparent theapparent
apparent deadlock Father Vlgo was the theman theman theman
man put forward by the th Spaniards pal arcbJ and andFather andtither d dhther
Father DelaMotte by the It Italians ItaliansBoth ltalaIuIBoth 1anm 1anmBoth
Both men were rejected by the Ger 0ccmans Germans QerJIIanawho ¬
JIIanawho mans who urged several reasons m mrapport 1naupport tosupport
rapport of Father Werns Th ntbey The Kaietr Kaietrthey Kaierrthey
they said wanted a German an general generaland generaland ra1 ra1and
and they the pointed out that the u friend friendkiiip trteadlii1p lrtendaisip
kiiip of the Oermsn ruler would be beeatly besreatly begreatly
greatly eatly beneficial ka U > the order in Ger Gerany Germany Germany
many manyne manyThe any anyThe
The new Black rope I was u born in inottwetl InRottwetl InRottwetl
Rottwetl in the southwest 801It I1t part of Oer Germany Oerany CJecoI
I many any PY in Iftf Be ha has been rector of the theMian Uenee theGregorian
Gregorian Mian University since nee 1904 110 He has hashis baamade hammade
made > his home in Rome since aaaceFaur UM UMFather iMiFather
Father Werns Is I an eloquent public publicpeaker publicspeaker publicspeaker
speaker and has a great eat reputation uta on as a acholar aelar aeholar
cholar elar He Is a conservative conHrVlLU latran latranigeant babulIFant lntrnsigeant
igeant His BI election MM a general cameas came cames ea ae aeas
as s a great surpriseIILEIIJK surprise surpriseILOCK surpriseCLOCK
CLOCK REPAIRERS r I IFOUNDBYTE BODY BODYFOUND BODYFOUND
FOUND FOUNDBYTE BY THE RdSIDEThe ROADSIDE
The Th body of W H Arnold of 1114 42 ± H Htreet HIItreel
northeast was w found by the road roadIde roadBide
Ide on 0 Halls hill Alexandria county countyra eoUlltyVa countyVa
Va ra about 1 oclock today There The Theno was
no 10 indication bHUo tto be hat met death by vio vioence vtoence
enceAmoM ence enceArnold
Arnold WF + t a clock repairer 1eIIII and andraveled andtrae1e4 andtravdeq
raveled through throu the country COUD 7 on his hisHisiness 1I1abu hisbusiness
business bu lnea The supposition is he sat satown satdow1I at atdown
down own by the hoed to rest and was wasIrttkcn wastricker as asIllt
Illt Irttkcn IrttkcnTbe trickerThe c k 11 11Tbe
Tbe coroner fI and Common eewealths wealth s at atDrneir attorney attornatr
torney Drneir of the county have been notified aotiAtdk
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SETTLE SH SHSTILL SHOOTING SHOOTINGSTILL
STILL UNSOLVED UNSOLVEDBY UNSOLVEDJ
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BY THE POLICE POLICEMade POLICEMade POUCEI POUCENade
I
Made More l ore Mysterious MysteriousBy J ysteriousBy
B By Y Their Conflicting ConflictingStories ConflictingStories
Stories StoriesMystery StoriesW7JIterT StoriesMystery
Mystery deep dark and seemingly seeminglyImpenetrable seeminglyimpenetrable gly glyUta
Impenetrable enshrouds the identity of ofUM ofthe ofthe
the person MnOIt or persons wfeo veto attempted attemptedthe uptedthe
the life lit of Joseph Settle leU a a carpenter carpenterliving carpent carpentlIY1a carpenterliving < <
living lIY1a at WW Potomac street George Georgetown Oeor Oeortcnm Georgetown ¬
town outside ou tde of Luna park on TeaUIS TeaUISclay Thurs Thursday Tharaday ¬
day night PoHoe of Alexandria Commonwealth Com Commonwealth ComI80ftwMlth ¬
monwealth Attorney Crandal Mackey MackcySheriff MackeySbert Mackeyluartg
Sheriff Sbert < < Palmer Deputy Howard Fields Fieldsand YiekIaad Fieldsand
and others have bay been working on the thecase thecue thecase
case since Dee a few moments JIIOmeD nfter t ter the theshooting t1Mhootln theshooting
shooting hootln and stone throwing tlaroIn occurred occurredbut occurr occurrltut occurredbut
but today they the are without the slight slightest slightest Ucbtt ¬
est t elue etu that will assist them in ferret ferreting ferretlag erret erretIhIr ¬
lag out the case caseSettle caMt caseSettle
Settle t Is sftll I1lUlln In the Emergency Hospital Hospi Hospital Ho pI pItal ¬
tal He was reported to be slightly tchUy im improved JMproTect haproved ¬
proved this morning but still In A a state stateof stateof tate tateor
of nervous collapse eollap Drs Dr White and Sut Sutton Sutton Sutton
ton used the xray on the wounded man roanyesterday many manyesterday
yesterday y trda and located the bullet in the theroof theroot theroof
roof of his hi mouth l outh Because of the pa patients JMLtleDts patient ¬
tients tient s condition and inflammation the thesurgeons tbe8Ur thesurgeons
surgeons 8Ur eo did not undertake to extract extractthe extracta extractthe
the a ball DM White Whit and Sutton stated statedtoday statedtcMIay statedtoday
today that tba t efforts e < < orts would be made to totake totaJN totake
take the bullet out as soon as the In Inflammation InlantlnaUon infiammatton ¬
flammation was less noticeable noticeableTell aoUeeabhTell noticeableTell
Tell Confiietiag ConfictIe SftdeConflicting Sftde St1ttiuConftleUng SterieaConflicting
Conflicting statements by Settle and andMlse andJill andMiss
Miss Jill Tasrie Bywater of Rappeharnock Rappahannockcounty Rappeharnockcounty naPfhar1IOCkcountY
county Va who was with him at the thetime tbeOme thetime
time the murderous assault ult was made madeupon madeupon madeupon
upon him have according acoDrdl to the authoritiea author authorities authorIUe ¬
ities IUe made it Impossible to make any anyprogress anyfWS anyprogress
progress fWS on the oaae one The police and andsheriffs aDdsherUC andsheriffs
sheriffs frankly 3ay that they are baf baffled batSMd bafNed ¬
fled and have but little 1ItU hope of bringing bringingthe Bringingthe bringingthe
the guilty party or parties to Justice JusticeThera justiceThere justiceThere
There are good reasons so they say for ionbelieving forbelieving torbelieving
believing that jealous rivals ambushed ambushedSettle ambushedSettle ambushedSettle
Settle and his hl companion but they say saythe saythe y ythe
the probability of relatives being impli implicated Implicated imphcated ¬
cated in the case Is l strong enough to tohold tobold tohold
hold their attention attentionMis attention1IH attentionMiss
Mis Miss 1IH Bywater Bwatr who was taken into cus custody custody cuetody ¬
tody by bl the Alexandria Auax Alexandria ndrl authorities Im Immediately Immediately immetlhately ¬
mediately after the shooting in the hope hopeof hopeot hopeof
of ascertaining a the circumstances sur surrounding surroundift marrounding ¬
roundift rounding the shooting was released last lasted lutnight lastnight
night after being rlSlCII rl ly clOHqueetlon clOHqueetloneel
ed by Mr Mackey and the police But Butlittle Butlittle Butlittle
little was learned from her er and what whatahe wbate whatshe
she e did say 1iIa was not borne born out by y Set Settle stttIJ Settle ¬
tle who was questioned at the hospital hospitalMyrtek bespltalIrlck hospitalMyrick
Myrtek Irlck Minor or eontradiets Miss MI8 1ism By ByCCpntinuad BylQmlliuled ByL
CCpntinuad L cm n Seeand See0n4P4J2 See0n4P4J2t Papal Pa gflV
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Yankee Collegians Finish FinishTwo Two Lengths Ler gths in inRear inRear i n nRear
Rear of Cambridge Men in Spirited SpiritedContest SpiritedContest SpiritedContest
Contest Witnessed by Thousands ThousandsBETTING Thousan1dsBETTING ThousandsBETTING
BETTING IN HARVARDS HARVARDSFAVOR HARVARDSFAVORI FAVOR FAVORBUT FAVORBUT
BUT THEY FAILED TO TOMAKE MAKE GOOD GOODGreat GOODGre
I I IGreat
Great Gre t Varsity Race ace Over Historic Course CourseScene CourseSceneThe ours oursScenehe
SceneThe Scene The Thames river Putney to Mortlake MortlakeDistance Mort1 MortlakeDistaneeFour e eDistaneeFour
Distance DistaneeFour Four and onohalf rmleg rmlegContestants milCiContestantsHalard nsilcsCanto
Canto Contestants ContestantsHalard tantaHarvard Harvard University Univorl ty < Hgkt h t i + vs isbridge S Gam Gambridge Oambridge
bridge eight eightWinner eightvVinnerCambridge eightWinnerCambridge
Winner vVinnerCambridge Cambridge Time 19 mirmtag 18 second secondPUTJtEY aecODdaI aecODdaPUTNEY SeC4nd8PImti
I
PUTJtEY PImti England Sept 8 Sh In the presence of Over over ar 100JJOO person personaWH Pmsowise personwho ns
who lined the banks of the Thames and crowded f huramemMe U1ll > < trnusetttsble ePahie exeur excursion exeurmon exeuralon ¬
mon steamers the crm eraok k of
eigat Cambridge defeated Harvards Aar arils speedy speedycrew aDeedyercw speedycrew
crew over the famous Putney to Mortlake course Two
lengths lengthsrated sepa separated separated ¬
rated the shell at the finish Cambridges
time was 19
D minutes Dtea n nseco IIecOllds isseceesd
seco seceesdCambridges ecOllds ecOlldsCahrldAe d dCambridges
Cambridges victory i is regarded repr 8d M a trhUD triumph f fo loft o th the lingfts En lisii h style styleof stylef styleof
of f rowing rowl as A the t condition of th the crews was such that t at there tiler wma wmalittle ryaslittle WIUIUttJe
little to choose between them Individually fJldbfduaUyCambrldp indidduallyCambridge IndividuallyOanbridfe
Cambridge led from the start tart breakta br breaking away at file t e signal JBl with the theswift theBWfft theswift
swift stroke which wa was expected to put them to th the front Ja Jt fbe th e early earlystage earlystage
stage 8 AS of the ra race e Harvard made a v valiant lta t effort to overtake tka t > e lead leadera leader leaders
era er but wa WH usable to do soBLAGDXK soBLAGDSN so soBLAGDEW
BLAGDEW MAKES COSTLY ERROR
All along the court coar thousands of offr oft ofmessed
fr t messed > naieii enUrastsMs eat uMUU cheered the t e light HsjhtbhM ItPItblue lightblue
blue rowers re as they Ua led their tbMrwlNtl opponents onpoaeniaand opponentsand
and w when tt Cambridc flashed across the thedutch UNftaaIi the11nlah
dutch UM U a winner th Ute British Brtd w went weatwild wentwild nt ntwttd
wild Harvard was w net aOt without a aplanna q qP applwse
planna P however as her partisans were wereprseent wereIn wereprej
prseent prej nt In Utoueanu th and ad cheered the themen themen themen
men from start urt to Jbdabh finishAn finish finishAn
An its error en the putt of ofCojw ofCgatarrgtn
Cgatarrgtn Cojw c xureaa + ta inmftnm who whoHrYnI stsjsi snuff i glib ttt2eritteal glibl4arvud
HrYnI bell too tar out at CId8wIek CId8wIekat
at a critical Juneture jaaetu when Harvard Harvardwas HanranIw Harvardwas
was w hsjtnnfns Ir to overhaul her opponent oppo opponent 0 0nent ¬
nent probably cost Harvard the race raceIt raeeit raceas
as It enabled bled Cambridge to make a aLIFE a aJEKYLL aJEKYLLAND
JEKYLL JEKYLLAND AND HYOELIFE HYDE HYDEOF
LIFE OF f HIPPLE HIPPLETO HIPPLETO PLE PLEDirectors
TO BE FATHOMED FATHOMEDDirectors FATHOMEDirectors
Directors irectors of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaConcern PhiladelphiaConcern PhiladelphiaPanic
Concern in in inProsecutions Panic Over OverProsecutions OverProsecutions
Prosecutions ProsecutionsPHHADKLPHIA ProsecutionsPKILolDBLPHLl ProsecutionsPHILui
PHHADKLPHIA PHILui LPHIA Sept LMore Ix as astoaMnng ut asteunding
toaMnng t UIMIIa than all the disclosures were werethe w wthe werethe
the revelations today of the Jekyll and udHyde sadHyde andHyde
Hyde existence of ollrank Frank K Hippie the thesuicide thesuicide
suicide president pr aldent of the wrecked wreck real realestate reale realestate
estate e tate company who even ev In his dying dyingconfession 47ta 47taeontloa dyingconfession
confession lied when he Wr wrote te Segal Segalgot Segalgot
got all the money moneyHippie moneyHlpple
Hippie HI Mole millions from the bank bankbefore ban banW bankbefore
before W he met Adolph Segal the pro promoter promoter promoter ¬
moter of wild IUcl cat schemes seb and investi investigation lDve tnvstigatlon I IIPLtton ¬
gation today has unearthed forgeries fNt by byHippie byHippie byHippie
Hippie for more than a a quarter of a amillion amlen amillion
million mlen dollars and the end is not yet yetNotes y yNotes yetNotes
Notes for aoeee 141 ForgetOnly Forget FergadOnly FMJMOnly
Only a portion of the mass of docu documents cIQeuJlteftts deouments ¬
ments in Hippies private safe at in the thevault theault thevault
vault ault of the company have 11 been bH exam examined exuaIneel examined ¬
ined hut they show tow that hs hail met his hisImmense h hI hisImmense
Immense I overdrafts ov rdraft by forging the thenames thena thenames
names na of prominent business buldM men of this thiseity th18eltr thiseity
eity to notes for more than t aA t3flOW insome in insome InOIIte
some eases easesFor caresFor
For 101 five years y this had been going on onand ODan onand
and an Receiver Karie stated tled today that he hehad hehact hehad
had no ides where Hippies villainy villainywould vWalaywould villainywould
would end entLThat eacLThat endThat
That man he said OWa Was an arch archconspirator arcbconspirator archconspirator
conspirator and a hypocrite of 0 the theeet bas basest bar barset ¬
est sort ort The Tb church widows and or orphans 01pbnll orphan ¬
phans and those tho associate aMOda of 0 his e in inchurch inthuroh
church work were his ht victims vied and even evenhis evenhis evene evenchurch
his son in my opinion was victimised vlc a h In tohis Inlah
his f frenzied renated attempts to toowho amass a fortune fortuneat tortameat
at the expense eX of those who put puthi him In Inhis Inhi
his hi position atlOIl of trust tru t and honorTo honorTo honor honorTo
To Investigate Private Life LifeAlter LifeAt LifeAfter
Alter At clearing eIrt < < up the affairs of this thisonce thisonoe thisonce
once magnificent financial institutionwhich institution institutionwhich lutltutioPwhlck
which this th hypocrite wrecked the thesearchlight theHIC thesearchlight
searchlight HIC ltcht of investigation will be beturned beturned beturned
turned upon Hippies private life and andwhat andwhat nd ndwbat
what w we have already gathered leaves leavesno levesno leavesno
no doubt in my mind that t at that will be befound befeund befound
found to have been as degraded as asv asere asere
v ere his business methods methodsThe methodThe methodsThe
The directors are ar in a condition border borderIns borderIn borderInc
Ins In on panic today It is said their t elr of offers offers offers ¬
fers of money to reorganise reorpIII the company companyare eornpaayare companyare
are contingent lOnUnCf > nt on guarantees of im immunity Immunity tmmunity ¬
munity from rom civil and criminal prosecu prosecutiona prOlNCUU0h8 prosecutions
tiona tionaDistrict U0h8Distrlct tionsDistrict
District Attorney Bell when shown ahotBwrlttCll a awritten awritten
written pledge of all the directors to toSin tojoin toIn
join In in putting up lP SSOflCGQO saor > ctg0 is I reported to toive topave toare
Sin pave are replied Unless Unl these directors directorsmake directorsmake Uraetonmake
make good the entire shortage f7000aOi f7000aOiI 70006 70006I 7000 7000I
I shall go before the grand < < rand jury and ad tiewand de demand demaJHI ¬
wand their indlctmentLow indictment indictmentLew Indlctm8ttL
Low L w Rates to Baltimore Account Jubilee JubileeCelebration JubileeCelebration JubileeCelebration
Celebration Only Uis LW L for the round trip tr trfrom trio triofrom
from tVashingten W hlngtea via Pennsylvania Pennawu Rail Railroad Rallroad Railroad ¬
road tickets en sale sa sal It September 9 10to 10 10eoed 10to
eoed to return until Sept 17 inclusive inclusiveAdv inclusivedv
Adv 4 dv
u
r c c < < i i l J > f
fresh t gain at a au ties ti e when Harvard Harvardshould Harvardshould
should ha have gone roue t to tfe tM front frontWhltelaw mtWldtela
Whltelaw Wldtela Reid the American Ambas Ambaswith Ambassador lllbu lllbuaa4
aa4 sador r with a party ec < Meads occupied occupieda
a small 11 launch launchTh JaunebThe launchThe
Th The > betting late fA n the afternoon afternoonswitched attnoon1IJIitcJwd afternoonsprltched
switched a trine tria ta favor aver of Harvard Harvardat HarvardPlenty
Plenty ol Harvard money y WQ WU wagered d dat
at odds of I to 8 in favor ta of Cam CamAmerican Camr Camt
t + titf 1tIeaIr tba tM a sir Ir bad bad4eerIeaa
1 at 11r qi > ik ikJaerian
r
American and Ei English Ush tegs were weremingled weremt weremingled
mingled mt 81a4 aU along alon < < the u cwnnoauj course and the thebest thebeat thebeat
beat of feeling prevailed JftY M anions the therooters therooter therooters
rooters
Details of the tileHarvard SMC SMCHarvard RanaHarvard
Harvard was the first in the waterAt water waterAt t r rAt
At 410 oclock the Crimson rowers rowersshoved rowersoYecI rowersshoved
shoved oYecI off from their boat and lid paddled paddledtoward pddl paddledtoward d dtoward
toward the starting point Cambridge Cambridgefollowed Cambrld Cambridgefollowed < < e efollowed
followed a few moments later The ap appearance appearance appearanoe ¬
pearance of tie crews crew was w the t signal 1 for lora fora tera
a great outburst of applause for both bothcontestants both bothcontMtAata botheontestaats
contestants Harvard reached her poet poettlon position pnilion ¬
lion at 425 4 and Cambridge was r two twominutes twominutes o ominutes
minutes behind her hIIma The atmrt tnr r rmade is isI
I made ma e promptly at 4 4Cambrtd 4Cambridge J
Cambridge Cambrtd had the Surrey or south southside southaide uth uthJdde
side position ttoa Captate Goldsmith hav having hayInc havlug ¬
Inc won the toss in the morning momlD A Aslight AsUpt Aslight
slight southwest breeso was blowing at atthe atthe atthe
the time and a d the water had roughened roughenedslightly rouchenfflJllI roughenedslightly
slightly JllI 1t1T The Surrey side is protected protectedand protecteduad protectedand
and this gave Cambridge a considerable considerableadvantage considerableadvantage ble bleadvaataae
advantage at the start = rt of the race raceBenham raceBenbaa raceBehest
Behest who pulled No 2 2 in the Cam Cambridge Cmbrtdce Cambridge ¬
bridge shell was slightly ill early ta the theI tbeJaOIDbac themorning
I morning having Jaa been affected by the thesun thenn theaura
sun He took his h regular place in the theboat theboat theboat
boat however howeverBotfc howeverBoth howeverBoth
Both shells ell got away a way well at t the start startCambridge atartCunbrldae startCambridge
Cambridge hit the water with a stroke strokeof atrokeof strokeof
of forty to the be minute Harvard Haiva also alsostarted alsoI alsostarted
started atartedwltaa with a rapid stroke trying U7bt a afortytwo atorttwo afortytwo
I fortytwo to the minute tAu I clip This Thiswas Thi ThiWU Thiswas
was soon abandoned 11 1ft however hoa ave for t the thelonger theIon thelonger
longer Ion r and slower stroke which Harvard Harvardlikes BarYardUk Harvardlikes
likes Uk best bestKntttsluB M bestZagftshaes t
KntttsluB Zagftshaes Sheet Ahead AbssdCambridge AheadCambridge eM eMCambridp
Cambridge shot to the he e tore at the thebeginning thelinin thebeginning
beginning linin < < The slight lead thus gained gainedwas pinedwu gainedwas
was increased in the first three minutes minutesto
to one onetho length The Light Blue contin continued continued continued ¬
ued to Increase this lead forging slowly slowlyahead alcl alclahea4 slowlyahead
ahead until at the end nd of the first mile mileCambridge mileCambridge ile ileCUabrlc1aa
Cambridge led by two and onequarter onequarterlengths on4Hauart onequarterk onequarterThis r rJet
k lengths lengthsThis Jet
This lead of the British rowers ro set the thecrowds thecrowcla thecrowds
crowds crony and bedlam WIa a reigned reI < < Ded on ontbe onthe onthe
the river banks and among uioPa the excur excursionists ucuraonata excuraionhsta ¬
sionists
CduWat HaU lLoI the t Pace FaceCambridge PaceCaml PaceCambridge
Cambridge Caml fldtpe was unable to maintain 11 t t the theterrific thetMrIftc he heterrific
terrific clip set t at the start however howeverHar howeverand howeverand
and att after passing tIM mite post Har Harvard Harvard Harvard ¬
vard began to cut down the lead Harvard Har Harvard Harard ¬
vard ard enthusiasts took hope as they theybad theyhad theybad
bad counted on just such a thing ta and andexpected andexpected andexpected
expected to see the Crimson shell go to tothe tothe t tthe
the front frontAt frontAt frontAt
At the haifVay batta hatfw y post MMIt Harvard Harvard had cut cutdown cut40wn cutdown
down Cambridge CaaI n1cItr II advantage advaata to a length lengthand lencthaaci lengthsad
and a quarter Both crews were at thattime that thattime thattbae
time pulling pun a 37stroke At this tb clip
Harvard sent t her shell through the wa water w wtel Water ¬
ter faster than her opponent opponentCambridge O opponentCambridge ftt fttrmDrWzt
Cambridge Men eIl Spurt SpurtBetween SptIrtBetween SpurtBetween
Between the half and a cl twothMis two poets poetsCambridsjem poetsCambrtctcem poetsCambrldgem
Cambridsjem ade de a spurt and gained ned a aquarter aQuarter aquarter
quarter length putting her a length and anda anda anda
a a half to the a good goodThen pOdThen goodThen
Then came Blasjdens Iqden break Opposite OppositeChtswick OppoalteChlawick OppositeCbhswick
Chtswick when Harvard was slowly slowlycreeping slowlycreeping owly owlycreepln
creeping up on her er opponent the little littlecoxswain UtUeOOX8WaJft littlecoxswan
OOX8WaJft coxswain took his shell bell too far out it itwas Itwa itwas
was wa the tb critical stage of the race raceeveryth as aseverything aseverything
everything everyth depended d nded upon u On Harvards Harvardsability HarvardblUty Harvardsability
ability to take the lead there th re Blagdena Blagdenaerror Blqdenserror Bagdenserror
error gave ve Cambridge a chance to forge forgeto to toto forgeto
to the front still a td ei at i i the threequartera threequarterapost t threequarterspost Urter UrterpoIJt
post the tight silt blue was w three tbr lengths lengthsahead I lengthsahead ha haahead
ahead The shells flashed under Barnes Barnesbridge Barnasbrl4tle Barnesbridge
bridge in this position positionEffort positionEtort CMIttlon CMIttlonEJert
Effort Came Tee Late LateWith lAteWith LeteWith
With the race on its last quarter Harvard Har Harvard Harvard ¬
vard made a desperate Attempt to atone atonefor atonetor atonefor 4
for the error Harvard responded to tortHeys tolnJeT totillers
tillers call for a a spurt with wltha a noble nobleeffort nobl41e nobleetrort
effort e < < ort and little by little the tilea American Americanshell Americanshell
shell a eU crept n t up on the Britishers Brit ber A Alength AJfngth Alength
length was made up but Harvard was wasuiahe wasuaahle wasuaahle
uaahle i < > cut down th the > iiM r true ue dls distancN dlstamv dlstat1t
tamv tat1t anti < n < l tamf amfirig ri1ge meutud irainuu n lillldLd d her piertwo hertwo hertwo
two lengths kH kal i to the t 1i iiiih iiiihThe ftI ti sl slThe i 1 1Tn
The Tn seen scene at tea t 8 finish was one which
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