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ST TATE ATE LAW P PMOGRATIC PREVENTS THE FUSION DEAL DEALOF DEALOF
OF DEMOCRATIC AND CITIZENS PARTIES
i DEALERS fiND fiNDA
A BIG SNAG SNAGHaving
Having No Standing as a a Par Party Party Party ¬
ty Before the Law Citizens CitizensCan CitizensCan CitizensCan
Can Do Nothing With the theCandidates theCandidates theCandidates
Candidates of Other Parties PartiesCONFERENCE PartiesCONFERENCE PartiesCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE COMMITTEES COMMITTEESHAVE
HAVE VERY BUSY NIGHT NIGHTLong NIGHTLong NIGHTLong
Long Letter Is Evolved After AfterHours AfterHours AfterHours
Hours of Effort With Charit Charitable Charitable Chantable ¬
able Desire to Embarrass EmbarrassCity EmbarrassCity EmbarrassCity
City Republican Party PartyA
A LETTER TO LOOFBOUROW LOOFBOUROWAt
At a meeting of the Democratic and andCitizens andCitizens andCitizens
Citizens committees last evening a afusion afusion afusion
fusion of all tickets was decided upon uponwith uponwith uponwith
with the Citizens ticket still in the thefield thefield thefield
field fieldTinder
fieldUnder
Under the law passed by the last laststate laststate laststate
state legislature the Citizens party partycannot partycannot partycannot
cannot endorse any candidates on onany onany onany
any other ticket ticketThe ticketThe ticketThe
The Citizens party is i not a recog recognized recognized recognized ¬
nized party in any sense of the word wordand wordand wordand
and cannot endorse candidates of ofother ofother ofother
other parties either by convention or orby orby orby
by petition petitionInder petitionrndfr
Inder the law it is necessary that the thepolitical thepolltfcal thepolitical
political party cast at least 2 per cent centof centof centof
of the total vote ote at the preceding elec election election election ¬
tion in order to have the right to nom nominate nomInatE ¬
4 inate by convention Unless the party partyhas party11a partyhas
has 11a cast 2 per cent of the total vote ote at atthe atthE atthe
the preceding convention it Is neces necessary necessary flecessary ¬
sary under the law that nominations be bemade b bmade bemade
made by petition Any nominations may maybp maybl maybe
bp made by petition but no candidate candidateof
of any other party nominated at an anauthorized anauthorized anauthorized
authorized convention on one ticket ticketmay ticketma ticketniay
may ma be nominated on any other ticket ticketThe ticketThe ticketThe
The universal adaption of the law to tothe tothe tothe
the present campaign is that the Repub Republicans Republicans RepubUcans ¬
licans the Democrats or the Americans Americansma
maj ma nominate who they will whether whetheron
on any other ticket or not but that the theCitizens theCltfzens theCitizens
Citizens party with no standing under underthe underthE Un er erthe
the law as a political organization organizationtaa
taa 1111 nominate candidates for office by bypetition b bTtltfon bypetition
petition but cannot name among its itsandldates itscllldidates Itstandidates
andldates any of the candidates of any anyregularly an anrgularly anyrgularly
rgularly organized political party partyConference partyConference partyConference
Conference Committees Meet MeetIn MeetIn
In an attempt to come to some under understanding understanding undertandlng ¬
standing the Republican conference conferencecommittee conferenceommlttee conferencecommittee
committee met with the conference conferencecommittees conferencecommittees conferencecommittees
committees of the Citizens nnd Demo Democratic Democratlc
H 4 cratlc parties yesterday esterda afternoon The TheRepublican TheRf
7 Republican Rf > committee submitted to the theother thepthr thepther
other committees the first tangible fu fusion fusion fuslon ¬
sion proposition yet et offered by b any anyparty an anpart anyparty
party It was that the Republicans Republicansname RepubUcanname
name the candidate for mayor ma or and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the others choose one office from the theother theother theother
other four that from the remaining
three offices the Republicans choose one oneand onpand oneand
and from the last two that the Dem Democrats Demorats Demorats ¬
orats and Citizens have their choice choiceIn
In view of the splendid organization of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the > Republican party and an the excellent excellenttrances excellentances
trances ances for victory of the Republican Republicanparty Republicanpart Republicanparty
party the proposition was considered consideredfddedly
dfildedly fair The Democrats and andCitizens andCitizens andAtizens
Citizens parties not only turned down downthe downthe downthe
the proposition but requested req ested the Re Republican RepUblican Republican ¬
publican conference committee to with
drw from the meeting tln tlnreetings
Meetings of 0 the city clt committees of all
t trN ree parties were held last night The
Republican city committee heard the thercr therfINrt thereprt
rcr rfINrt > irt of the conference committee and andaufpted andaucpted andncpted
aufpted It without comment and pro proc proeded
c eded to attend to the details of the thetit theit thecit
tit it campaign as though the subject of
fusion had never been broached The Themeetings Themeetings TheI
I meetings of the Citizens and Democrat Democratic
ic city committees lasted until after afterTI afterTllldnl aftertidnight
TI IJnight Tllldnl ht and fusion was the only onl top ¬
ic of If interest At the conclusion of the theCitizens theCitizens thet1zens
Citizens committee meeting there were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present at the meeting T H Fitzgerald FitzgeraldJoseph Fftz FitzgeraldTSCP1I crald craldJI
Joseph JI > p1 Kimball and Joseph N Ilaslam Ilaslamof
of the Democratic conference commit committee committee ¬
tee and William lIIlam R Wallace candidate candidatefr
fr mayor on the Democratic and Citi Citizens Citizens Citizens ¬
zens tickets
A Long Session SessionThe SessionThe SessionThc
The joint conference committee of ofCitizens ofCItizens ofCitizens
Citizens and Democrats was in session sessionvntil session11I1tl1 sessionvntil
vntil almost 1 oclock this morning morningnnd
nnd finally evolved a letter of about about1IJOO aboutI
1 1IJOO > joO words addressed to Fred C Loof LoofContinued LoofContinued
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Continued on Page 2
li < M W itti l222Z l222ZLOUIS
LOUIS C KELSEY KELSEYCity KELSEYCity KELSEYCity
City engineer who tendered his resignation to the mayor mayorSupervisor mayorTWO mayorTwo
TWO OTHER AMERICAN PARTY PARTYOFFICE
OFFICE HOLDERS HOLDERSMAY JiA Y RESIGN RESIC1Supervisor
Supervisor of Streets and Secretary Secretaryto
to Mayor Are Expected to Fol Follow Follow Follow ¬
low City Engineer EngineerIn
In addition to Kelseys resignation of yesterday it is understood that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there are to be two other resignations received shortly by the mayor mayorThese mayor1hese mayorThese
These are the resignations of J 3 T Raleigh supervisor of streets and irri irrigation irrigation irrigation ¬
gation and A S Fowler secretary to the mayor mayorAll mayorAll
I All three of the resignations it is said s id are in connection with what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the present leaders of the American party consider to be a shrewd politi political ¬
cal move
In order to secure the nomination of J JS 3S TS
S Bransford for mayor his his supporters supportersnaturally sUIiportfrsnatural supOrtCrSnaturally
naturally natural were forced to make some someconcessions sometonelons someconcessions
concessions According to the arrange arrangement arrangr arrangr14nt arraigement > ¬
ment so it is understood the three threemfn threemfnInOt men menmost menmot
most objectionable to the Llppman and andMcMillan I andMeMillan < nd ndlIclIfUan
McMillan men 14nKelsey Kelhey Raleigh and Fow Fowler Fowlerwere Fowlerrereto ¬
ler lerwere Were to go It was also alsoagreed agreed that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were to go quietly With these 11 men menout menout menout
out of the way it was figured the handi handicap handicap handicap ¬
cap on Branoford would be decreased decreasedand d dand
and his chances for election would be bevastly beastIy bevastly
vastly increased increasedHowever IncreuedHowever IncreasedHover
However it is understood that In con connection connection connection ¬
nection with tne Kelsey resignation re l tIm al already already atready ¬
ready in the hands of the mayor and the tiieother theother theother
other two prospective resignations there thereIs
Is considerable of a bluff The resigna resignations reslgnatlons xeslgnations ¬
tions it is said are not to take effect effectuntil effectuntil effectuntil
until Jan 1 although of f course c ur8e this fact facthas facthas facthas
has not been publicly announced The TheAmericans TheAmericans rileAmericans
Americans or that branch that favors favorsBransford favollBransford favorsllransford
Bransford wink slyly and say 88 that the theterms tI tIterms theterms
terms of office expire Jan 1 in any event exentand eventand eventand
and that if the Republicans are elected electedthe
the three men mf > n will necessarily be out and andthat anllthat andthat
that If the Americans are reelected tbere tbereIs tltereIs
Is nothing to prevent the reappointment reappointmentof reappolnt 14nt 14ntof
of the three by b Mayor Bransford BransfordIn
In connection with the talkedof resig resignations resIgnations resignations ¬
nations an interesting story stor is told On OnAVednesday OnVednesda OnWednesday
Wednesday afternoon so the story goes goesMajor goesIaor goesMayor
Major Iaor Bransford called at the headquar headquarters ¬
ters of the Americans and insisted that thatKeUey thatKel thatKelcey
KeUey Kel e and Raleigh be kept out of the theheadquarters theheadquarters theheadquarters
headquarters telling Chairman Darmer Darmerthat Dannerthat Darmerthat
that these two men were hurting him himthrough himthrough him himthrough
through their support He told the th chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man that Sandy Fowler would repre represent represent represent ¬
sent him at headquarters Darmer and andFowler andFowler andFowler
Fowler are none too friendly frlendl and Dar Darmer Dar14r Darmer ¬
mer 14r suggested sU Kested that all three be kept out outof outof outof
of headquarters and that none of them themhave themhave themhave
have anything to do with the city clt cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign or with ith the city administration administrationFinally administrationFinally administrationFinally
Finally it is said a compromise was wasagreed wasagreed wasagreed
agreed upon whereby all three would re resign re1I1J1 resign ¬
sign from their positions po ltlofls and that none of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them would be actively connected with withthe withthe withthe
the fall campaign Kelseys resignation resignationcame
came yesterday and the Americans are arewaiting arewalUng arewaiting
waiting for Fowler and Raleigh to follow followhis followhis followhis
his example
WETS WIN VICTORY VICTORYBoise VICTORYBoIse VICTORYBoise
Boise Ida Oct 7 iThe The local option optionelection optionel optionelection
election el < < tfon in Elmere county yesterday re resulted resulted resuited ¬
sulted in a victory vlctor for the wets by bya
a majority of 37
GAYNOR WILL LIKELY LOSE LOSEPROMISED LOSEPROMISED LOSEPROMISED
PROMISED HEARST SUPPORT SUPPORTPolitical SUPPORTPolitical SUPPORTPolitical
Political Judge Proves Too Much Muchof frIuchof Muchofa
of ofa a Tammany Man to Attract AttractIndependents AttractIndependents AttractIndependents1
Independents IndependentsNew
New York Oct 7 7Justice Justice William J 3 Gaynor today accepted the theDemocratic theDemocratic thel
l Democratic nomination for mayor of New York His brief speech in reply replyto
r 7 to the notification committee served also as an acceptance of the endorse endorsement endorsement endorsement ¬
ment of a number or independent and semiindependent organizations organizationse
whose e renresentatives were present
Justice Gaynors Ga nors speech contained no noa nonttak noattack
a attack tack on Tammany which had been ex expected exptcted expected ¬
pected in some quarters The Theomls omission omissionwas loll lollwas
was brought particularly to the public publicnotice publicnotice publicnotice
notice through a statement issued ls ued earlie earlieIn
In the day by William Randolph Hearst Hearstwho Hearstwho Hearstvho
who had declared that he would yield to tothe tothe tothe
the urging of his friends and run for formayor formayor formayor
mayor on an independent ticket unless unlessJustie unle unlessJustice s sTustic
Justice Gaynor came out with a denun denunciation denundation denuncattOn ¬
ciation of Tamman Many antiTam antiTammany antfTamman antiTammany ¬
many Democrats who have pinned their theirfiith theirfaith theirfaith
faith to Justice Gaynor regarded this thisriiallenge thisIwllenge thisciiUengC
riiallenge as one which he would not re refuse refuse rofise ¬
fuse But there was no denunciation of ofin ofanybody ofanybodY
anybody in Mr Ir Gaynors speech except exceptof eXNptmU4lY exceptm1IY
mU4lY of Mr Bannard the Republican
4
candidate for mayor as a collector of ofcampaign ofcampaign ofcampaign
campaign contributions contributionsI
I resign my present office said Mr MrGaynor MrGaynor Ir IrGaynor
Gaynor only to dedicate and devote the thenext thenext timenext
next four years of my life to the services servicesof
of the people of New York This great greatcity greatcity greatcity
city is made up of people of every race racebelief race1x racebelief
belief 1x > lief and way of thinking Let us live liveand lleBnd liveand
and act together without hostility hostlllt preju prejudice prejudice prejudice ¬
dice or uncharitableness uncharitablenessMr s sIr
Mr Ir Hearst notified officially of the in intention intention intention ¬
tention of his friends to run him as an anIndependent anIndependcnt anIndependent
Independent mayoralty candidate said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that he would give their recomendation recomendationhis
his careful consideration and would re reply reph reply ¬
ply definitely within twentyfour hours hourseither hourstithtr hourseither
either announcing Ms candidacy andidac or defi defiptely denvttly defintely
ptely declining to accept acc < pt
I
HELD UP AT THE THECUSTOMS THECUSTOMS
CUSTOMS HOUSE HOUStIforks
Works of Art Not Getting Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the United States Free Freeof Freeof Freeof
of Duty DutyNew
New York Oct 7 7Old Old paintings worth worthabout worthI worthabouLl000000
I about abouLl000000 1008000 have been held up recent recently recently ¬
ly by the customs officials here it was waslearned waslearned waslearned
learned today toda despite the fact that the thenew thenew thenew
new tariff law provides for the free en entry entrr entry ¬
try of works of art more than twenty twentyyears twentyears twentyyears
years old oldFifth oldFIfth oldFifth
Fifth avenue art dealers say that al although although although ¬
though these paintings are well over the theage theage theage
age limit they the have been unable for this thisvery tllllIvery thisvery
very reason to answer completely the thecustoms thccustoms thecustoms
customs officers searching questions re regarding regarding regarding ¬
garding the exact origin and date d te A Acommittee Acommittee Acommittee
committee of dealers tonight issued this thisstatement thisstatement thisstatement
statement statementThe
The law has been practically pr ctlcally made in inoperative Inoperative inoperative ¬
operative as it stands at present Tiro Tirogovernment Thogovernment Tbogovernment
government demands not only the name nameof nameof nameof
of the artist and the subject but place placewhere placewhere placewhere
where the picture was painted the date dateof dateof dateof
of production and the month even which whichIs whichis
Is simply ridiculous It is impossible to togive tugIve togive
give the month and in many cases even eventhe eventhe eventhe
the year when Sir Joshua Reynolds for forinstance forInstance forinstance
instance painted his pictures picturesI
I I
GRASS SHORT SHORTIN IN CHICAGO CHICAGOCut
Cut in Salaries of Officials From the theMayor theMayor theMayor
Mayor Down DownChicago DownChicago DownChicago
Chicago Oct 7 7A A cut of 10 10per per cent centin
in salaries of all officials and employes employesof
of this city from Mayor Ma or Busses 18000 18000down 18000down is000dosn
down to the lowliest laborer has been beenagreed beenagreed beenagreed
agreed upon by the mayor and depart department department department ¬
ment heads it was learned today toda for foinext fornext fornext
next year yearThis yearThis ear earfhls
This drastic measure was made neces necessary necessary necessary ¬
sary by b the simple fact that Chicago Chicagohas
has not money enough to maintain the thepayroll thepa thepayroll
payroll pa roll at its normal level The pay payroll payroll payroll ¬
roll last year approximated 15000000 15000000The 15000000The 15000000The
The cut before becoming effective effectivemubt effectivemUlit effectivemust
must be sanctioned by the city council councilhere councilwhere councilwhere
where a big fight against it is expected
TRAGEDY IN COLORADO COLORADOCook
Cook Killed by Under Sheriff in Quar Quarrel Quarrel Quarrd ¬
rel rd Over Food FoodTelluride FoodTelluride FoodTellurido
Telluride Colo Oct 7 7Paul Paul W Cen Center Center Center ¬
ter cook at the New Sheridan hotel hotelhere hotelhere hotelhere
here was shot and fatally wounded last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night by Under Sheriff Louis Lo ls L 1 Knud Knudson Knudson
son He died three hours later at the thehospital ththospital thehospital
hospital to which he had been carried carriedprotesting carriedprotesting carriedprotesting
protesting to the last that the shooting shootingwas
was unprovoked The shooting took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place in the barroom of the hotel and andwas andwas andwas
was the outcome of a quarrel between betweenthe
the two men over the food furnished furnishedprisoners furnishedprIsoners furnishedprisoners
prisoners In the county Jail
MURDERESS PARDONED PARDONEDLansing PARDONEDLansing PARDONEDLansing
Lansing Kan Oct 7 iMrs Mrs Irene IreneLeonard IreneLeonard IrentLeonard
Leonard convicted of killing her sec second second seeond ¬
ond husband and who was first brought broughtto
to the state penitentiary here from fromWichita fromVlchita I IWichita
Wichita in 1896 under sentence of thir thirty thirty thirty ¬
ty years was paroled by Governor GovernorStubbs GovernorStubbs GovernoxStubbs
Stubbs today todayMrs todayMrs todayMrs
Mrs Leonard who is 60 years ears of age agehas agehas agehas
has maintained that she was innocent innocentShe
She is In ill health She probably will willleave wfllleae I Ileave
leave the penitentiary tonight and andatter andattert1 after aftera
a short visit with friends in Wichita Wichitawill Wichitawfll Wichitawill
will go to Los Angeles to live with n nsister nsister r L Lsister
sister
1 LacI C KlSYfORCfO KELSEY KELSEYFORCED
FORCED OUT OUTChief
Chief Executive of City Com Compelled ComJelled Cornpelled ¬
pelled Jelled to Stand Back When WhenWielders WhenWielders WhenWielders
Wielders of the Big Club ClubTake ClubTake ClubTake
Take Steps for Revenge RevengeKELSEY RevengeKELSEY RevengeKELSEY
KELSEY HAD REFUSED TO TOSUPPORT TOSUPPORT TOSUPPORT
SUPPORT H HI G GI MMILLAN MMILLANWhen MMILLANWhen MMILLANWhen
When the City Engineer Could CouldStand CouldStand CouldStand
Stand the Bad Treatment Treatmentand
and Threats No Longer He HeHands HeHands HeHands
Hands Resignation to Mayor MayorSUCCESSOR MayorSUCCESSOR MayorSUCCESSOR
SUCCESSOR IS NOT CHOSEN CHOSENThat
That Mayor John S Bransford is isonce isonce isonce
once more completely under the dem domination demination demination ¬
ination of the inner circle of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party was shown yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhen
when he permitted City Engineer EngineerLouis EngineerLouis EngineetLouis
Louis C Kelsey to be badgered by the theinner theinner theinner
inner circle into resigning his posi position position position ¬
tion Kelseys offense against the theinner tl1einner theinner
inner circle consisted in refusing to tosupport toI tosupport
I support H G McMillan Mc Iillan for the nomi nomition nomition nomition
tion for mayor and declining decli1 ng to bow bowto bowto bowto
to the inner circles wishes in the ap appointment appointment appointinent ¬
pointment of inspectors inspectorsCitj
City Cit Engineer Kelsey has been forced forcedout forceduut I Itint
out of office His short letter of resig resignation resignation resignation ¬
nation to Mayor John S Bransford was waswritten waswritten vawritten
written yesterday shortly after noon noonIt noonIt noonIt
It is as follows followsHon followsHon follows1ton
Hon J S Bransford Mayor layorDear layorDearSir Dear DearSir
Sir I hereby hereh tender my resignation as ascity ascity a acity I
city engineer Thanking you ou for your yourloyal yourloal youtloyal
loyal support I remain very respect respectfull respectfull respectfull
full L C KELSEY KELSEYCity KELSEYCity KELS1YCity
City Engineer EngineerOctober EngineerOctober EngineerOctober
October 7 1909 1909Kelsey 1909Kellt 1909Kelsey
Kelsey Kellt has been with the city en engineers engineers engineers ¬
gineers office in various capacities for forabout forabout fomabout
about fifteen years ears and has been at atthe atthe althe
the head of the department for four fouryears fourytars toutyears
years It was because he would not notaccept notacctpt notaccept
accept the demands of the ring rln in low lowering lo loerin lowerin ¬
ering erin his department to the level of ofthe ofthe olthe
the board board of public works through the theemployment theemploment tilEemployment
employment of wholly incompetent in inspectors Insptctors inspectors ¬
spectors of public work that the fight fightwas fightwas fightwEts
was started against him himIt himIt himIt
It is up to the mayor ma or when the theresignation theresignation tilEresignation
resignation takes effect said Kelsey Kelseyyesterday Kelse Kelseyestf KeIse3yesterday
yesterday yestf > rday When hen he is ready read to put putanother putanother putanother
another man in the place I will turn turnthe turnt I Ithe
the t e office over to him I dont care careto careto carEto
to discuss the reasons leading up to tothe tothe tcthe
the resignation resignationMayor resignationlla resignationMayor
Mayor lla or Bransford declared he had hadnot lladnot I Inot
not decided upon a successor for Kel Kelsey Kelse Kelsey ¬
sey se
seyI I just received the resignation this thisafternoon thisafternoon 3 3afternoon
afternoon said the mayor I have havenot havenot havEnot
not had time to think it over I will willdo willdo wildo
do what I think right in the matter matterNo mattero
No o I did not ask the resignation n and anddid anddid am I Idid
did not know it was coming comln Will Ill I Itrv 1tf I Itry
try tf to have Kelsey ream in office officeI fflceI
I dont know about that But if a aman aman L Lman
man doesnt want to work Im not notgoing notIlolng I Igoing
going to insist upon it But I dont dontknow dontknow L Lknow
know what I will do yet yetKelsey yetKelsey yetKelsey
Kelsey Opposes McMillan McMillanDuring McMillanDuring McMiIlanDuring
During the anteconvention campaign campaignof t tQf
of Mayor Bransford H G McMillan McMillanand MeMillarand
and Joseph J > > 1eph Lippman for the mayoralty mayoraltynomination mayoraltynomination mayoraltnontination
nomination on 01 the American part partyticket partticket partticket
ticket Kelsey came out in the open in inopposition inopposition it itopposition
opposition to McMillan chairman of the theboard theboard tlt tltboard
board of works During the years un under under under ¬
der the McMillan regime inspectors inspectorshave inspectorhave
have been appointed by b the board boardchiefly boardchiefly bcarchiefly
chiefly through their party fealty fealt and andwithout andwithout ani aniwithout
without regard to their competency It ItIs ItIs I IIs
Is a fact that drivers of delivery wag wagons wagon8 wagons ¬
ons plumbers who had made a failure failureof fai1urof
of their work gravel haulers and bar bartenders bartenders bartenders ¬
tenders have been given work as in inspectors Inspectors inspectors ¬
spectors by the board of works and andhave andhae am amhave
have been kept on while more compe competent competent competent ¬
tent men have been let out When en it itcame Itcame I Icame
came to a case of cutting off some of ofthe ofthe o othe
the inspectors it has been the party partyworkers partyworkers part partworkers
workers who remained on the Job JobWhen jobhen jobWhen
When hen the fight for mayoralty nom ¬
inations became hot the Kearns pa papers papers papers ¬
pers came out strong for II G Mc McMillan 1IcMilian McMihlan ¬
Millan through his friendship for the theauthor theauthor thunuttier
author of The Islands of Alaska Mc ¬
Millan in spite of the black record of 0 0the
the board of works was shoved to the th
front as the only real candidate Dur ¬
ing the last few das before the city cityconvention cityconvention citiconvention
convention however it was seen that thatthe thatthe t tthe
the business men of the party would wouldnot wouldnot I Inot
not stand for a man of the McMillan McMillancaliber McMillanaUber McMihlamcaliber
caliber and pulled the name of Mayor
Bransford into the fight In spite of ofthis ofthis o f ftlmls
this however the papers kept up their r
fight for McMillan and his name name was wasnot wasJlot wa S SImot
not pulled out until It become certain certainthat certainthat m mthat
that he would not get the nomination nominationat
at the convention And then to shove shovethe shoethe shovthe
the knife neatly between the sixth and andseventh andseenth am I Iseventh
seventh ribs of Joe Lippman the name nameof nameof e eof
of McMillan was pulled off the ticket ticketand ticketand t tand
and Bransfords name went through throughsailing throughsailing lt ltsailing
sailing as he received most of the SIc SIcMillan lIcIflIan McMillan
Millan support supportDuring supportDuring supportDuring
During those days there was little littlepublic lfttlepubUc S Spublic
public inspection from men employed employedfor ri rifor
for this work by the board of works works1c I IMcMillan
McMillan 1c IlIIan had made Mike 1I11 < e Fitzpatrick Fitzpatrickchief Fitzpatriclichief
chief inspector his personal represen represenContinued represenContinued represenContinued
Continued on Page 2
ONE TOO MANY HUSBANDS IIUSBADMrs I IMrs
Mrs Mae Hayner a Colorado Woman WomanTinder WomanUnder WomanUnder
Under Arrest in California on a aBigamy aBigamy aBigamy
Bigamy Charge ChargeSan
San Rafael Oct 7 7Deputy Deputy Sheriff SheriffGeorge SherilfGeorge f fGeorge
George Agnew was notified today that thatMae thatIne t tMae
Mae Hayner who is wanted here for fortrial fortrial to totrial
trial on a charge of bigamy is In Jail Jailin jaUIn jal L Lin
in Oakland Cal She will be brought broughthere broughthere broughhere
here at once The complaint was Is Issued Issued issued ¬
sued at the Instigation of William R RRayner RRayner PRayner
Rayner a Denver furniture finisher finisherwho finisherwho finishemwho
who alleges that he is the womans le legal legul legal ¬
gal husband husbandIt
It is charged that she came here last lastJune lastJune lat latd d
June declared she was a widow and andmarried andmarried an d
and
married Edmund Thiele an Oakland Oaklanddruggist Oaklanddruggist d
druggist Later it is said she obtained a
1400 from Thiele on the ground that thatshe thatshe ths thsshe t
she wished to visit islt her mother in Den Denver Denver ¬
ver and disappeared Thiele traced her herto herto he heto r
to Seattle by registered letters finally finallyfound finallyfound finahl y yfound
found her In Portland Porttandand ana later caused causedher causedher cause I Iher
her arrest In Oakland OaklandAccording OaklandAccording
According to Hayner he married Mrs MrsHayner 1lrsHayner MnHayner 5
Hayner In Jefferson county Iowa Iowatwenty IowatWfnty t
twenty years ago and they have a son sonagad sonaged so soaged ta a
aged 19 and a daughter 17 years old
JOYOUS TlMfIN TIME
IN YOSEMITE YOSMITPresident
President Taft Drives Thirty ThirtyFour ThirtyFour ThirtyPour
Four Miles and Views Won Wonders W Wonders on onders ¬
ders of Nature in Magnifi Magnificent ¬
cent and Famous Valley ValleySPLENDID ValleySPLENDID
SPLENDID APPETITE FOR FORTHE FORTHE
THE TEMPTING LUNCHEON LUNCHEONGreeted LUNCHEONGreeted
Greeted by Galen Clark Over
90 Years Old I Who Made MadeKnown MadeKnown
Known the Existence of the theTrees theTrees
Trees Which Will Be Visited VisitedWEATHER VisitedWEATHER VisitedWEATHER
WEATHER CONTINUES IDEAL IDEALWawona IDEALnawona
Wawona Cal Oct 7 7An An allday alldaystage alldaystage
stage ride over thirtyfour miles of ofmountain ofmountain
mountain foad brought President Taft Tafttonight Tafttonight Tafttonight
tonight to this lovely little Sierra re retreat retreat rotreat ¬
treat eight miles from the entrance entranceto
to the MarIposa grove of big trees treeswhere treeslhere treeswhere
where the chief executive starts to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow at sunrise sunriseMr
Mr Ir Taft and his party reached Wa Wawona WaWona a awona
wona hotel in their stages at 5 p m mone mone mone
one hour after the scheduled time due dueto dueto dueto
to the lingering in Grove Creek forest forestnear forestnear forestnear
near Chinquapin where the noonday noondayluncheon noondayluncheon noondayluncheon
luncheon was served on improvised improvisedtables Improvisedtables improvisedtables
tables set down at athe nthe foot of a hun ¬
dred towering pine pineThe phieThe pitiesThe
The days ride from El Portal which
began at 7 a m included glimpses of
Yosemite valley from Inspiration and
Artists points a pursuit of the tum ¬
bling waters of the Merced river into intothe Intothe intothe
the valley floor and a winding nar narrow narrow nayrow ¬
row climb to a height of 7000 feet at
the crest ef mountains which shut in inthe Inthe inthe
the wonders of the Yosemite YosemlteThe
The day was cloudless the air like likecrystal likecrystal likecrystal
crystal and everywhere was the ex ¬
hilarating scent of pines pinesNews pinesNews pinesNews
News that mountain lions were in ¬
festing the park < held out hope of ad adventure adventure adventure ¬
venture for a time but not even the thetracks thetraclus thetracks
tracks of one were seen on the road roadPresident roadPresident
President Enjoyed It ItThe ItThe ItTime
The President declared that this was wasone wasone wasone
one of the most enjoyable days of his
life It was the interesting time of ofseason orseason ofseason
season in the Yomestte and the im impressive Impressive unpresslve ¬
pressive surroundings the bracing bracingmountain bracingmountain bracingmountain
mountain air the freedom from speech speechmaking speechmaking speechmaking
making all contributed to the pleasure pleasureof
of the first day da of roughing it in the theSierras theSierras theSierras
Sierras SierrasThis SierrasThis SierrasThis
This outing came just in time for forthe forthe fortIme
the President was as pretty well tired tiredout tiredout tiredout
out when he left San Francisco FranciscoMr
Mr Ir Tafts constant coach compan ¬
ion today was John Muir the noted notednaturalist notednaturalist notednaturalist
naturalist and explorer Mr lr Muir Muirknows Muirknows Iulrknows
knows his Yosemite and he had ready readyanswers readyanswers readyanswers
answers for the innumerable questions questionsthe
the President put to him himAs himAs himAs
As he passed through the outskirts outskirtsof
of the valley valle the President was sa ¬
luted by b a grizjtled old California pio pioneer pioneer plofleer ¬
neer Galen Clark the first white man manto manto manto
to make known the existence of f the thegiant thegiant thegiant
giant sequioa trees which the Presi President President President ¬
dent will see tomorrow tom rrow Mr Clark is isnow isnow Isnow
now over 90 years old He lives in inthe Inthe Inthe
the park and has asked that he be beburied beburled beburled
burled amid the trees and mountains mountainshe
he has known so long
President Taft alighted from his hisstage hisstage hisstage
stage during a portion of the trip and andwalked andwalked andwalked
walked a mile or more up the moun mountain muuntaln mountaut ¬
taut road It gave him a splendid ap appetite appetite appetite ¬
petite for the picnic luncheon or fried friedchicken frIedchicken friedchicken
chicken potatoes pie fruit and jelly jellyserved jellysered jellyserved
served in the Grouse creek pine forest forestSchool forestSchool forestSchool
School Childrens Greeting GreetingAt
At one point in the park where a achange achange achange
change of stages was made the Presi ¬
dent was greeted by a band of little littleschool littleschool littleschool
school children and shook hands with withall withall withall
all of them Tonight in the tempo temporary temporar temporary ¬
rary rar White House into which one oneof oneof oneof
of the little hotel hotelc cottages tta es here has
been converted the th President Is being beingguarded beingguarded beingguarded
guarded as he TV Was as last night at El
Portal by a detachment of cavalry
CURTISS MAKES MAKSTHREE MAKESTHREEFLIGHTS
THREE THREEFLIGHTS THREEFLIGHTSKnabenshue fliGHTS fliGHTSKnabenshue
Knabenshue Beachey and andBaldwin andBaldwin andBaldwin
Baldwin Also Thrill St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis Spectators SpectatorsSt
St Louis Oct 7 7Glenn Glenn H Curtiss Curtisewho Curtisswho Curtissho
who ho won the international honors in inaviation Inaviation L Laviation
aviation at Rheiins France made three threeaeroplane threeaeroplane threiaeroplane
aeroplane flights here today One was wasmore wasmore 3 3more
more than a quarter of a mile and the theshortest theshortest thEshortest
shortest of the three was 220 yards yardsCurties ards ardsCurti88
Curties last performance of the day daywas daywas da dawas r
was cut short by his engine failing failingwhen famngwhen failintwhen
when he was about twentyfive feet feetfrom feetfrom feetfrom
from the ground The machine glided glidedto glfdeto I Ito
to an irregular landing place and a rud rudder rudder rudder ¬
der guy snapped The aviator said the themachine themachine thumachine
machine would be ready re8d for service to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow Curtiss used a biplane with a atwentyflvehoraepower atVent s L Ltwentyfivehorsepower
twentyflvehoraepower tVent fiehor8epower motor motorGeorge motorGeorge motorGeorge
George Francois Osmont who is here herewith herewith herawith
with the Farman biplane which won the theendurance theendurance th thendurance
endurance prize at Rheims attempted attemptedthree attemptethree
three times at dusk to satisfy the thecrowd thecrowd
crowd that he could fly He circled the thefield thefield thefield I
field several time but not fast enough enoughto
to enable him to leave the ground groundRoy groundRoy groundRoy
Roy Knabenshue Lincoln Beachey Beacheyand Beacheand
and Thomas Baldwin made flights in indirigibles Indirigibles indirigibles
dirigibles Baldwin made an extended extendedflight extendedfiight extendOdflight
flight when motor trouble overcame overcamehim oercamellim overcametIm
him and he was forced to land in the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd His second flight after repairs repairshad repairshad repairshad
had been made was successful successfulKnabenshue successrulKnabenshue successfulKnabenshue
Knabenshue and Beachey thrilled the thespectators thespectators thespectators
spectators by mounting simultaneously simultaneouslyand
and flying about two miles side by side sideKnabenshue sideKnabenshue sideKnabenshue
Knabenshue left Beacheys airship in inthe Inthe Inthe
the rear when the latters motor be became became became ¬
came overheated Knabenshue then thenswept th thenswept > n nswept
swept out over the park in a great greatcircle greatcircle greatcircle
circle
CRIMINAL LIBEL TRIAL TRIALCase
Case of Delavan Smith and O R Wil Williams Williams Withams ¬
liams Comes Up Monday MondayIndianapolis MondayIndianapolis MondayIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind Oct 7 iThe The pre preliminary preliminary preliminary ¬
liminary hearing of Delavan Smith and andCharles andCharles andCharles
Charles R Williams proprietors of the theIndianapolis theIndianapolis theIndianapolis
Indianapolis News charged with hav having havIng haying ¬
ing committed criminal libel in publish publishing publishing publishing ¬
ing articles intimating that there was wascorruption wascorruption wascorruption
corruption In the purchase by the Unit United United United ¬
ed States of the Panama canal zone is isset Isset Issot
set for next Monday in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States court of this district Subpoenaes Subpoenaeshowever Subpoenaeshowever Subpoenaeshowever
however have not been issued it was wassaid wassaid wassaid
said at the United States attorneys of offlce office offlee ¬
flee today for certain men prominent in inpublic InpUblic inpublic
public life who It has been understood understoodwere
were to be called to testify for the gov government government government ¬
ernment
AMERICAN NAVY NA VV DEFENDED DEFENDEDBY t tBY
BY THE HERO OF MANILA BAY ITJT
OWfY DREVTALKS DREVTALKSHORSESENSE TAlKS TAlKSHORSI
HORSI HORSESENSE HORSESENSEUncle SfNSf SfNSfUncle
Uncle Sams Warships Would WouldGive WouldGive WouldGive
Give Good Account of Them Themselves Themselves Themselves ¬
selves Should War Ever EverCome EverCome EverCome
Come and They TheyAre Are Needed NeededADMIRAL NeededADMIRAL NeededADMIRAL
ADMIRAL STANDS WITH WITHTAFT WITHTAFT WITHTAFT
TAFT ON SHIP SUBSIDY SUBSIDYBelieves SUBSIDYBelieves SUBSIDYBelieves
Believes in Upholding the Mer Merchant Merchant Merchant ¬
chant Marine and Thinks the theNecessary theNecessary theNecessary
Necessary Legislation Can CanBe CanBe CanBe
Be Had With Little Effort EffortNO EffortNO EffortNO
NO WARCLOUDS WARCLOUDSJUST JUST NOW NOWWashington NOWWashingtcn NOWWashington
Washington Oct 7 7Defending 7Defendingwith Defendingwith
with characteristic vigor the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can navy Admiral Dewey today as asserted asserted asserted ¬
serted that not only is our navy not nota
a bluff but that he is confident confidentthat confidentthat
that it would give a good account of ofitself ofitself ofitself
itself should war ever come comeThe comeThe comeThe
The admirals remarks were called calledforth calledforth calledforth
forth by a statement attributed to toformer toformer toformer
former Representative Landis of In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
diana who in a recent speech at atCincinnati atCincinnati atCincinnati
Cincinnati 0 on advocating ship shipsubsidy shipsubsidy shipsubsidy
subsidy is reported to have said saidThat saidThat saidThat
That those AmericaIs who are in informed informed informed ¬
formed considered our navy a bluff bluffDeclaring bluffDeclarln bluffDeclaring
Declaring that he saw no war clouds cloudsgathering cloudsgathering cloudsgathering
gathering on the horizon Admiral Bearer
discussed several phases Jha of the nav navy > ITa ITaexpressed ITeexpressed IT ITexpressed
expressed himself as heartily in favor avor if ifship 11ship f fship
ship subsidy legislation and made a strong
plea for the continued upbuilding of ih the >
navy navyReferring nayReferring navyReferring
Referring to the remark attributed t to < >
Mr lr Landis Admiral Dewey said of ofcourse ofcour f fcourse
course cour e what Mr Landis meant was that
the navy would be comparatively usel usels 3
in time of war without necessary auxil ¬
iaries drawn from the merchant matin matinFavors marlnFavors marirFavors
Favors Ship Subsidy Subsidylie
lie continued Admiral r D Dwy > + w wwant wwantll
want a subsidy for our ships of corn on1
marco and so do I IThe IThe IThe
The admiral expressed tbe belief that thatship thHtship ttiatship
ship 8Ub subsidy ldy fegtetetfon covM b be ecurtxt aecurtdwere aeeurvtwere ecurtxtwere
were It not for the
use of the word si sisidy 111Kid s ssidy <
sidy Kid which he said many man people did didnot didnot a
not like because e they thought thou < < ht it meant t
to gi give > e something for nothing
But the American navy te not quite H Hhllpleu o r rhelpless
helpless as one > might Imagine from Mr
Landis remarks said the admiral W Wo Wohave fli flihae
have fifteen colliers and several trans transports tranfporu transports ¬
ports already In the service Of conna connathese courqthese courethese
these would not be enough eno h In time of War Warand warand ar arand
and I hope that we will continue to add addto ad adto au auto
to that number If we were to ha hswar hav t twar i iwar
war we could purchase e as many maD shiiis shiiisas shljfas
as we might need We did so in the theSpanish t tSpenlllh theSpanish
Spanish war It would of course tj tja I Ia 1a
a great deal better if we had them al already alread atready ¬
ready read
Merchant Marine Needed NeededThe
The admiral declared that the Unit UnitStates l
States needed a merchant marine not notonly notodly n t temily
only for the value It might noapess ss as asfurnishing asfurnishing asfurnishing
furnishing auxiliaries to the navy but to tocarry t tcarry tcarry
carry the American flag to the markets marketsof
of the world worldBut worldBut worldBut
But he said there will be no war warAnd warAnd ai aiAnd
And so long as we go ahead steadily m1 m1moderately 1 1moderately 1modrately
moderately in adding to our navy repine replaring rtplarIng repinemg
ing the older ships with the moat mo t model n ntype I Itype r rtype
type thus keeping our navy abreast or orthe ofthe < > f fthe
the world no one will ever be able to tosay tQsa tosay
say sa like Mr Ir Landis that other nations nationsdo
do not regard the American navy seil seiloiwly serlotlly set setously
oiwly
BOTH SlOfS SIDESREMAIW RfMAIN FIRM FIRMKing FIRMKing
King Edward Unable to Prevent the theCrisis theCrisis theCrisis
Crisis Between British Commons Commonsand
and House of lords lordsLondon LordsLondon LordsLondon
London Oct 7 7The The king thus thusfir tir has hasbeen hasbeep haseen
been b een unsuccessful unsucceSll l in
arranging a com compromise compromise coinromise ¬
p promise in the budget controversy He Heis lIeIs Hes
is i s stili trying however to prevent a acrisis acrlsl arIsi
crisis c rIsi and today todahad had another long con consultation consultatlon conultation ¬
sultation s with Premier Asqutth
As time passes the difficulties in avoid avoidng ¬
i ing a conflict between the commons and
the t lords increase and the strong party
men on both sides are eager for the
ficht fichtOn flrhtOn f ightOn
On the other hand the unionists II who whonave whoave
nave h made all preparations for or the elec election ¬
tion t are urging the leaders to do nothing
that t might prevent an immediate appeal app appealo al
to t o the people They The have seiaed upon
Mr Redmonds statement to America Americathat Americathat
that t tg the last obstacle to home rule would wouldgo
go g o with the disappearance of the veto of ofthe ofthehotlse
the thehotlse house of lords and are declaring that thata
a vote for the budget is a vote for home homerule homerult homerote
rule ruleThe roteThe
rultThe
The house of lords Is radically amend amendng ¬
io ing i ng the Irish land bill The lords threw threwout threwout threwut
out o ip ut the clause providing for compulsory compulsorypurchase compulsorypurchase compuIsourchase
p purchase thus raising another issue is ue be between between beween ¬
t tween the two houses hou e8 The nationalist nationalisthave natlcnaliRlahave nationalistshave
have already announced that they the will in insist Insist inist ¬
sist s upon restoring the clauses when the thebill thebill thebill
bill returns to the house of commons
LONG CHAIN Of OfSIGNAL OFSIGNAL
SIGNAL fiRES fiRESUnique
Unique Feature of the Closing ClosingCeremony ClosingCeremony ClosingCeremony
Ceremony of HudsonFul HudsonFulton ¬
ton Celebration CelebrationNew
New York Oct 7 General Stewart L LWoodford I IYoodford LWoodford
Woodford has received the following tele telegram telegram telegram ¬
gram from President Taft at El Portal PortalCal PortalCal PortalCal
Cal authorizing him to give the signal signalfor signalfor
for the illuminations which on Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
night will bring brln the HudsonFulton cele celebration celebllltkm celebratton ¬
bration to an official close closeYou clOfOYou closeYou
You are authorized in my name to tolight toight
light l those fires in the established chain chainof
of signal fires on mountain peaks on the theHudson theHudson theHudson
Hudson river from Fort Wadsworth to toTroy toTro toTroy
Troy Tro that are within federal jurisdiction jurisdictionI
I greatly regret that I was not able to tobe tobe tobe
be present at this wonderful celebration celebrationso
so full of significance as to the progress progreMof progreof
of our nation and I am glad to show my m mInterest mynterest
interest i to participate in any an way wayBeacon wayBeacon nayBeacon
Beacon fires will burn from the forte fortebelow fortIbelow fortsbelow
below Manhattan island on all the his historic hietorl historte ¬
torte crags of the Hudson to Albany in including including ineluding ¬
cluding elevated ground near the th resi residences residences ¬
dences of Miss Helen M 1 Gould and John JohnD JohtiD t
D Archbold Dunderberg Anthonys AnthonysNose Anthon AnthonNose AnthonymNose
Nose Old Crows rows Nest Storm King and andWest andest atalVest
West est Point PointThe PointThe PointThe
The largest will be built of peat In Inpressed Inpressd ispressed
pressed blocks and arranged In the form formof formof forniof
of truncated tuns some thirty feet high highI
I I
POOR MOUTH PUT PUTUP PUTUP
UP BY BYNEVi NfW YORK YORKChamber
Chamber of Commerce Pre Preparing Preparing Preparing ¬
paring to Intervene I in Spo Spokane Spokane Spakane ¬
kane Rate Case CaseNew
New York Oct 7 7The The New York Yorkchamber Yorkchamber
chamber of commerce today instructed instructedits 1nstructeits I
its officers to intervene in the procaed procaedint proc3edings proesedings
int ings s before th tm interstate Intf > rstate commerce com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission which is considering the so socalled 80called socalled
called Spokane case affecting rates of oftransportation oftransportation 0l f ftransportation
transportation throughout the country countryThe countryThe
The proposed readjustment would tend tendto tendto I Ito
to deprive the Atlantic seaports of their theirnatural theirnatural r rnatural
natural advantages draw from the At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic seaboard the origin of manufac manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing ¬
turing and distributing of merchandise merchandiseand merchandisC
and concentrate such business in cities of ofthe ofthe o othe C
the Mississippi valley and amounts to toa toa t ta
a discrimination against the east in fa favor favor a avor
vor of the west in the opinion of the thechamber thechamber thichamber
chamber of commerce commerceResolutions commerceResolutions commerceResolutions
Resolutions approving the t changes in inthe Inthe ii iithe
the procedure and in the operation of ofcases ofcases o ocases
cases > n the supreme court so as to do doaway doaway di diaway
away with much of the present delay were wereadopted wereadopted weriadopted
adopted by b the chamber
DECLARED LEGALLY DEAD DEADSan DEADSan DEADSan
San Francisco Oct 7 7Charles Charles H HMoore HIoore HMoore
Moore formerly a prominent attorney attorneyof f fof
of this city who went to Europe in 1901 1901and 1901and 1901and
and when last heard h < ard from was in Paris Pariswas Pariswas I Iwas
was declared legally dead today toda by Su Superior Superior Superior ¬
perior Judge Graham Special letters lettersof I Iof
of administration were granted to the thewidow thewidow S Swidow
widow Mrs Albino Moore to enable enableher enableher e eher
her to collect a 5000 0OO Insurance policy policyon V Von
on his life
SMUGGLER FINED 1000 1000Los 1000Los 1000Los
Los Angeles Oct 7 iCaptaln Captain W V Zei Zeigenmeyer Zelgenmeyer Zetgenmeyer
genmeyer of the steamship Ernaof of ofthe ofthe o f
fLI
the Independent steamship line pleaded pleadedguilty pleadedgullt pleadeiguilty LI
guilty in the United States district districtcourt districtcourt t
court today to a charge of having havingsmuggled havingsmuggled havinismuggled g tg
smuggled Panama hats into this coun country country country ¬
try and was fined 1000 by Judge Well Wellborn Weltborn Wellborn ¬
born
AMERICAN SWINDLER SWINDLERSENTENCED SWINDLERSENTENCED
SENTENCED IN LONDON LONDONLondon
London Oct 7 7Harry Harry Benson < f fBrooklyn eBrookfyn fBrookyim
Brooklyn whose real name is Bebro Bebrohas Bebrohas Bebrohas
has been found guilty in the criminal criminalcourt criminalcourt criminalcourt
court and sentenced to five years ears penal penalservitude penalsenltude penalservitude
servitude The charges against him himwere himwere hintwere
were of fraud in connection with the thfbankrupt th thbankrupt thebankrupt
bankrupt Felthams bank which he hefounded hefounded hefounded
founded In the course of the trial e ei eidence cvidence i idence
dence was given that he had defrauded defraudedmore
more than 500 persons perlC s through the thfbank tltAbank thebank >
bank It was also adduced that he had hadswindled ha1sjndled hadswindled
swindled 18000 other persons per ons by mean meaniof a aof
of the International Securities corpora corporation corporatlon corporation ¬
tion
CHOLERA CHOLERAEP1DEMIC CHOLERAEP1DEMICSt EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICSt
St Petersburg Pet r8burg Oct 7 iThe The cholera choleraepidemic choleraepidemic cholersepidemic
epidemic in this th city continues to run runits runIts runits
its course Th The case average thirty a aday aday aday
day dayThirtyfour dayThlrt
Thirtyfour Thlrt four of the servants of the theMedvied theedvled theMedvied
Medvied restaurant re taurant a fashionable rr rrsort rfsort resort
sort of the capital have been stricken strickenwith strlcknwith strickenwith
with the disease
CLOSE TO THE GROUND GROUNDAND GROUNDAND GROUNDAND
AND WON THE THECOP CUP AND CASH CASHVon
Von PuhVs Flight Through the Air AirFrom AirFrom AirFrom
From St Louis to Wahkon WahkonMinnesota WahkonMinnesota WahkonMinnesota
Minnesota MinnesotaMinneapolis
Minneapolis Mill Oct 7 7S S louis Von Puhl pilot and Joseph M MOReilly NOReilly t tOReilly
OReilly aide of the balloon St Louis HI unofficially winners of the theLahm theLahm theLahni
Lahm cup and a 600 prize offered by the Aero club of St Louis who wholanded wholanded wholanded
landed in their balloon at Wahkon Minn arrived in St Paul late today todaySneakine todaySpeaking todnySpeaking
Speaking of the trip Mr Von Puhl said
The tact that I entered the race was wasnotification wasnotification wasnotitication
notification enough Anyway whether 1 1won 1won Iwon
won the cup I entered the race for the thesport thesport thesport
sport and I have the satisfaction of ofknowing ofknowing ofknowing
knowing that I made the longest t night nightWe tilghtWe flightWe
We left St Louis at 450 oclock Mon Monday Monday londay ¬
day afternoon the second to go up and andlanded andlanded andlanded
landed at Wahkon ahlmn near Mille lake at at931i
935 oclock Wednesday morning I at attribute attrIbute attribute ¬
tribute my success to the fact that I kept keptclose keptclose keptclose
close to the ground while the others took tookhigh tookhigh tookhigh
high altitudes altitudesWe I
We thought we were going to sweep sweepacross sweepacross I Iacross
across Nebraska but during the night a anorthern anorthlrn anorthern
northern breeze caught us and we be began began began ¬
gan to cross Iowa like a streak Tues
day night We must have traveled fifty
miles an hour for a time timeWhen timeWhen timeVhen
When we got into the vicinity of Mule
lake we thought it Lake Superior We Wewere Wewere Wewere
were about 1000 feet up and did not thins
it safe to cross We shouted to a farmer farmerto
to learn our location and he told U < is iswhat iswhat > I Iwhat
what county we were in but that did didnot didnot didnot
not help us as our map did not show showcounties showcounties showcounties
counties He informed us ustbat that we would wouldbe
be safe in crossing cro fng but as we had onl onlan onlan only onlyan <
an orange between us in the way of food foodand foodand foodand
and as we were hungry having had hadnothing hadnothing hadnothing
nothing to eat since the afternoon before beforewe be befortWe for forwe
we decided to land We shot forward to toward foward toward ¬
ward land at a terrific rate but handel landMin
in some marsh grass in rood condition

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