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With all hi his money fine boat fln fine ap apparatus al alpertll apparatus ¬
paratus permit to go maid Inllde racing racingline racinglines
line lines and newspaper ne lpaper like the Herald Heraldbooming Heraldboomlnr braidboominghim
boominghim booming him and the Chicago concern concernwith CODcernwith concerny
y with their old screens all knocked oui ouiitx out outIn outIn
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twins to allow you to operate o raw It Itwould ItQuId
x would QuId make Interesting Intereltln reading for forMarconis forMaroon forMarconls
Marconis Maroon I people in New York ant antLondon and andLondon andLondon
London LondonMr LondonMr LondonMr
Mr Uppermnna third propeoltlon propeoltlonwas
was this If you dont accept the other othertwo othertwo othertwo
two will you do this Will you ex exchange exchange axchange ¬
change direct bulletin with 111 u we will willsend willsend willsend
send all out to your paper send your yourdltpetehe yourdltpetehea yourdilpatchea
dltpetehe only every ary five minute five flveminute fivemhlUt fiveminutes
minute for you five for Marconi and andflve and1e andfive
five for the Publisher Press PresTell Pre PreTell PressTell
Tell me which one of these propotl propotltlon propolUonl propositlons
tlon Uonl you like I will put them before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the committee tomorrow and phoneyou phone phoneyou phoneyou
you I replied Do not phone 1 1want I IWilnt Iwant
want It in writing wrltln he laid aid I dont dontbelieve dontbelieve dontbelieve
believe that our Marconi people will willTut will1mt willput
put it in writing you ou can take my per1 per personal personalauurance ¬
sonal sonalauurance assurance that what I promise proml I Ixvlll IWilt Iwill
xvlll Garry arry out I said Id All right rightOur rilllhtOur rightOur
Our Company for the sake of peace peaceand peaceand peaceand
and harmony and for the promises you youmade youmade youmade
made will accept your second proposi proposition propoltlOR proposition ¬
tion Modified a u follow followThe followlThe followsThe
The American Wlrele Wireless Telephone Telephoneami Teleplloneand Telepkoneand
and Telegraph Company will agree to totlit totltl tothis
tlit this proposition for the next Satur Saturday Saturda Saturdays ¬
day da days September 28 2 race Tou are aret areto areto
t to r Aret give Ive credit to this thl company In Inall Inall inall
all of your 2300 papers for our service serviceWe lervlceWe servicelke
We will only ony send dlcpatche every al alternate alternate alternate ¬
ternate five minute from our dispatch dispatchboat dlpathoot dispatchboat
boat these being necessary to confirmand confirm confirmami confirmani
and ani should anything extraordinary extraordinaryhappen extraordinaryhappen
happen we are to send them no mat matter matter mattar ¬
ter on WhOM time it come also we wewill wet
t will furnish all these dispatches to toMarconi toMaroon toi
i Marconi I and the Associtaed Press AS ASWB ASWI ASi
i WB DID TO DAYt DAY You are to send sendu sendus
us u i all U your bulletin which you re reeeive reve yecorrectly
eeive ve correctly and as you say It will willbe willbe willbe
be a reciprocal exchange We can try tryIt tryIt tryit
It one race and If It doe does not work workwell workwell workwell
well we can change It we should shouldoperate Ihouldoperate shouldoperate
operate every three minute a at I have haveseveral baveMveral haveseveral
several dispatches from the Denver DenverNew DenverNew DenverNews
New requesting three minute bulletins bulletinwhich bulletinswhich bulletinsi
i which I can hardly Ignore He saidLet said saidLet Id IdLet
Let the Western papers go send lendfew a afew as asfew
few confirmatory dispatches a as pos possible PO POIble poseible ¬
sible > > Ible not more than every fifteen min minutes mlnut minute ¬
utes ut ute We will upply your paper dl dlreal dlreot diroot
real I laid ald No every ten minute minuteunlee mlnut8lunle111 minuteunless
unless something important happen happenHe bppenHe happensHe
He said Well all right now I will willphone willphone willphone
phone you tomorrow to see if Moeran Moeranand Moeranand
and Stone will accept it it its a bitter pill pillto pilito
to swallow but they must make the thebeet theI thebest
beet I > t of it I will phone you confirm confirming contlrm11Ig confirmlag ¬
lag thl this I said ald No better write writeHe writeH writeHe
He H said No it take too long I Isaid IMid Isaid
said No matter what you phone I will willdo willtlo willelo
do a as I have ha agreed with you Now NowMr NowMr NowMr
Mr Upperman I hope there 1 1s no trick trickIn trick1ft trickdo
In this tM Mr Upperman lAid ald Why Whyno Whyno Whyfie
no you are too suspicious of me why whyshould whyMould whyrkouid
should I come here and waste my valu valuable vluable valuable ¬
All I ak 1 is give me an equal chance chanceWe chanceWe
We shook hands and discussed other otherwaiter otherIItte others
s waiter IItte until train time timeThe timeThe
The following afternoon September SeptemberT i
IT T Mr Upperman of the Assocla AlO < la ted tedPress tedPr tedPress
Press Pr office called up the th doctor and andwanted andwanted nd
wanted to alter the agreement made madeThe madeThe t tThe
The doctor would not have it and andmade andMated
lltat Mated that If the second proposition propositionmade t tde
made de by them on September 26 wa wanot was wasnot
not accepted by the Associated Press Presstfc Pressthe
tile tfc doctor would call the agreement oft offand oftand
and have bulletins from the American Americandispatch Americandispatch
dispatch boat sent every three minute minutea minutesas
a as hi his paper pa requested him and by bythus byUu bythus
thus Uu sending ndlnK oupatche continually continuallyprevent continuallypreyent continuallyprevent
prevent Marconi from receiving any anything anythine anything ¬
thing whatsoever from hi his boat a as they theyhad theyalready theyhad
had already found out on September SeptemberM
M the first day of the race Doctor Doctorshouted Doctorxald
xald 141 Oood Goodby by when Mr Upperman UppermanoUted Uppermank
shouted oUted Hold on I will agree to it itand Itd
k and d send nd you our news new and you send sendyours Mndoa sendtN
tN yams oa we pay for ours and you for foryonrs
yours 1011 Doctor said Id All right I will willsee 11111about willlee
see about an extra wire or therell be bea bea bea
a Jam J Mr Upperman said Id There Is Isnone I Ie 1ssoma
none e friction here our parties do not notlike notlike notIlk
like Ilk It cannot you modify modlt it some somewhat IOmeWhat somewhat ¬
what so It will be more palatable palatableTnalt palatablealt palatableMatt
Matt nalt alt a minute I will call Mr Stonerite Stone StoneThe StoneTit
The Tit doctor then said You made the theproposition theropoalUon l
proposition yesterday and I was wa genemus gen generous lenerou ¬
emus enough enough to agree alre to that and andnothing andthlnl
nothing thlnl else will do and I will keep my myagreement myatreement myagreement
agreement provided however that the theAssociated theAeeocIatd theAesoclated
Associated Press will publish In all the thepapers thepe thepapers
papers pe that they will report the yacht yachtTce yachtn yachtTabs
n Tabs by the Marconi Company of ofLondon ofL ofs
s London L doll England and the American AmericanWireless AmericanWlrel AmericanWireless
Wireless Wlrel Telephone and Telegraph TelegraphCompany TelelraphCompIIy TelegraphCompany
Company of Philadelphia The doc doctor doctor doetor ¬
tor said Goodby when Mr Upper Upperman Upperman Upperman
man again said Hold on I will call allMr callMr callMr
Mr Stone you can talk to him himDoctor himDoctor himyou
Doctor said I dont know Mr Stone Stoneyou Stoneyou Stonehim
you can talk to him yourself and tell telllra till111m
him lra what we agreed on for tomorrows tomorrowsTaoe tomorrowtb tomorrowsllbe
Taoe tb llbe Good Goodby GoodbyThat GoodbyThtevenlng by byTbatevening
That Thtevenlng evening the doctor called calle Mr Up Upperman Upnp ¬
perman 4rman HP again from Atlantic High Highland Highlands ¬
land to make sure everything wa waunderstood was wasunderstood
understood about tomorrows race and andno andfie
no misunderstanding as one of our operators op operator opel1itorl ¬
erator was in the booth and could couldhear couldhear couldbear
hear Thedoctorrepeated Thedoctorre ted these Instruc Instructions Instructone ¬
tions given to our operator for tomor tomorrow tomorrows ¬
row rows race outside of the necessary necessarybulletins necessarybulletins
bulletins as to which boat is I leading leadingthe leadingthe
the start turns of stakes tack tacks pol polUet postt4oss
Uet and finish finllhj send only onl a ae few bul bulletin bultU bullatlae ¬
letin tU as a II 1 absolutely necessary not notwere notUlan notmre
were than every eYer ten minutes to con confirm confirm conArm ¬
firm unless ale something extraordinary extraordinaryhappens extrao extraordinaryhappen llnary llnaryHappen
happens Happen so o that Marconi can also repert re reert repert
pert > ert We are to exchange bulletins bulletinswith bulleUnwltb bulletinswith
with Marconi Mareonland and the Associated Press Pressami PreuaJMI Presssinsd
ami they Ute will give us credit redlt In all tbelr tbelrINtpers tbelr1MIperIf theirpapers
papers se o do not interfere tomorrow tomorrowThese tomorrowTh tomorrowThsse
These Th were the instructions given to toewr tofMlr toour
our operators on tbe Maid of the theMist theMilt theMiM
Mist for the next days day I race raceAs raceA raceAa I
As A proof of their undemanding and andtheir andtk andtheir
their tk fr acespUnce of these Instructions Instructionsthe IntructlonatJ1 instructionsthe
the tJ1 fallowing f l owlag wt telegram from their tblrftral geneel gen genoral
oral manager pr Mr lr Melville US 11 Stone Stonete ItoneteJk Stoneto
te teJk hU assistant etaDt manager ma f who was 11 then thenHi tb tbJlt theafit
Hi Mt Galilee is I eaaeiurfve evident evidentThis vld vldrlill
This telegram wa was handed In person p rMB
to Dr Oehrinc Oebrlu I who w accepted cellted the theagreement theatreement theagreement
Oop Copy ot TelegramWESTERN Telegram TelegramWESTERN Tel jram jramWESTERN
Retelied at Gilded N N1 J
1 111 H Y K P E LW W 38 paidNew paid paidNewYork paidNew
NewYork New York September 28lh 1901 1901W 1901W 1901W
I hate sen sent the following metseie meesegeThe metseieThe mnleThe
The Bulletins upon the International Yacht YachtRate YaohlRace YaohtRaoe
Race are taken I taken ten bj b Wireless Telegraph T by 00 oooperation 00operation 00operation
operation of the Mateonl Co of London Eng England England Lagland ¬
land and the Amertan Wireless Telegraph TelegraphCompanj TelelraphCompanJ TelegraphCompanl
Companj or PhiladelphiaMELVILLE Philadelphia
Instead of giving u UI credit in their
2300 papers perl they only gave u us credit creditin creditIn creditin
in a very few outside of the papers paperswhich paperswhich paperswhich
which the American Company served servedbesides IIrvedldel servedbesides
besides ldel the first message they sent us uswas usWRS uswas
was wrong and late while our din dinpatch dillpatch diepatch
patch boat sent the correct message on ontime ontime ontime
time So we received the correct mes messages mesotage me mesages ¬
sages all day from our dispatch boats boatsbut boatsbut boatsbut
but only sent enough to cover the race raceand raceamI raceand
and when they sent u us wrong dls dlspatches III IIIpatchel rllepatches
patches that the wrong boat crossed crossedthe crollledthe crossedthe
the line first flrl while our dispatch boat boathad boathall boathad
had It at least three ml mlnue nuns ahead that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the correct boat vie Columbia cross crossed croseed role roleed ¬
ed the line first the doctor naturally naturallycame naturallycame naturallycame
came to the conclusion that they were wereplaying wereplaying wereplaying
playing a 1 trick or scheme on the com company company compony ¬
pany and hence after that he simply simplyIgnored limplyIinored simplyignored
Ignored them The next two races racesOctober raCelOctober racesOctober
October 3 and 4 the Marconi Combina Combination Comblnatlon Combination ¬
tion sent very few If any correct bul bulletin bulletlu bulletins ¬
letin letlu to the Herald and Associated AssociatedPress A8IOciatedPre AssociatedPress
Press Pre except our ours which they rehash rehashed rehRihed rehashed
ed and palmed off a III Simonpure Mar Marconf Marcon Marconf
conf con stuff tuff a as any reader of our bulle bulletin blllletin butt butttins ¬
tin tins can see by b comparing them with withtbe withthe withthe
the Marconi bulletins for our receivIng receiv receiving recelvInr ¬
ing station at Galilee received every everything everythins everything ¬
thing whclh wa was sent by all wireless wirelessapparatus wlrellliapparatu wirelessapparatus
apparatus and we have the tape with withthe withthe withthe
the wireless wire 1 dispatches sent in our pos possession po poIon poesession
session Ion Our superior system simply simplywiped simplywiped Implywiped
wiped them out of existence and left leftour leftour leftour
our I bulletins clear and distinct The TheAmerican TheAmerican TheAmerican
American Wireless Wlrele Telephone and Tele Telegraph Telelraph Tel Telgraph ¬
graph I Company makes these state statements ltatementa stat statmanta ¬
manta simply to give the public the thetrue thetrue thetrue
true facts factsOn tact tactOn factsOn
On the 6th of October the American AmericanWireless AmericanWlrele AmericanWireless
Wireless Wlrele Telegraph dispatch boat boatMaid boatMaid boatMaid
Maid of the Mist sailed lied from Sandy SandyHook Sandy1I00k Sandyhook
Hook to Delaware Breakwater during duringa
a forty mile an hour gale and telegraphed tele telegraphed telegraphed ¬
graphed continually to our Galilee sta station atatlon station ¬
tion its progress first flay miles away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from off ot Barnegat then from Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlanticCity AtlanticCity
City then from Little Egg Harbor Harborven Harboren Harboren
ven en from Sea Isle City then from fromCape fromCape fromCape
Cape May then from Breakwater over
100 miles away where they arrived arrivedlate arrivedlate arrivedlate
late at night and the next say sailed up upto upto upto
to Philadelphia they sent wlrless dis dispatches dl dlpatche dlpatches ¬
patches every ten miles to Galilee until untilthey IIntllthey untilthey
they got to New Castle Delaware DelawareThe DelawareThe DelawareThe
The American Wireless Telephone Telephoneand Telephoneand Telephoneand
and Telegraph Company in Its adver advertisement advertltementl adverisements ¬
tisement t state nothing but facts and andstands andItaDils andtands
stands s ready to test this system against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the HeraidMarconl Herard Dfarconl combination that thatit thatIt thattt
it can send nd and receive wireless tele telegraph telelraph tel telgraph ¬
graph messages 200 miles far better betterthan betterthn betterthan
than Marconis Diarrnalsyetem system can Thl This com company company company ¬
pany 1 Is now erecting more stations stationswhere stationswhere tatlonlwhere
where every stockholder will have a achance achance achance
chance to inspect the apparatus andsee and andsee andlee
see it in operationThe operation operationThe operationThe
The unprejudiced who will calmly calmlydigest calmlydllelt calmlydigest
digest the foregoing statement of facts factswill taeta1111I factswill
will notice that from the very com commencement commencement camt ¬
mencement ot this controversy so ag aggressively alIrellvely agressively ¬
gressively g forced upon us u through the themedium themedium themedium
medium of the New York Herald and andits andit andtee
its it tee proprietor we have not in a single singleInstance singlenstance InlleIntance
Instance either before during or after afterthe afterth afterthe
the th supreme test of the rival systems systemsTHE systemsTiff ytem ytemTilE
THE YACHT RACES sought them themheir themtheir themtheir
their heir assistance or in any other manner mannermanifested mannermanlfetell mangermanifested
manifested r the slightest Interest In Intnelr Intnelr intnefr
tnelr so called system of wireless tele telegraphy telelraphy tel telgraphy ¬
graphy I They on the contrary have havenot havenot havenot
not r only sought but begged us u to aid oldthem aidthem a d dthem
them t and even taking advantage of ofour ofour ofour
our 0 generosity attempted to confuse confu the thepublic thepUblic thepublic
public mind ml llln in identifying their efforts effortsto eftortlto effortsto
to send nd dispatches during the yacht yachtraces yachtrace yachtraces
races race with our accomplishments In Inthat Inthat 1nthat
that line lineOr lineor llheOf
Or course cour the intellgent public need neednot neednot neednot
not be Informed that all this has been beendone beendone beendone
done with a purpose purpo and that purpose purposeit
it is I easy enough to divine The Mar Marconi Marconi Maroal ¬
coni c oal European system having havln neither neitherstanding neitherltandlng neithertanding
standing s nor prospective outlook in inthis Intbl inibis
this tbl country seeks leek to badger badgerwe we will willnot w111not willnot
not use a harsher term termII its Into some somecompromise IjmecompromllMl lomeompromise
compromise c whereby they may with withtbelr withtheir withtheir
their Interior and disorganized enter enterprise Interprlle entere ¬
prise attach iiemselves to the Amen American Amerlcan Amencan ¬
can Wireless jlephone and nIl Telegraph TelegVaphCompany TelelnphCompany TelegraphCompany
Company In a combine by reason rea IOn of ofthe otthe ofthe
the enormous weaiia eaIUl of Messrs Ben Bennett Bennett Bennett ¬
nett et al they aim to recoup their out outlay outlay outay ¬
lay lc ay or cost of Investments In the Mar Marconi Marconi Marool ¬
coni c ool failure by coming comln In on the theground thesrollnd theround
ground g round floor In the assured success wooerswhich successwhich ucce uccewhich
which await the completion of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Wireless Telephone and andTelegraphsystemand andTelesrapluytemaDd andTelegnphsystemand
Telegraphsystemand control or absorb absorbthis abMrbthl absorbthis
this thl ie e only anI successfully demonstrat demonstrated ¬
ed wireless system of telegraphic com communication communlcatlon cornmunlatlon ¬
munication and if possible prevent prevente
i e further issuance of our stock to tothe tothe tothe
the end that In the event of compro compromise compromile cempromiss ¬
mile combine or absorption they will willnot willnot willnot
not be compelled to repurchase the thesaid theId thesaid
said Id stock toek from It its present pre nt stockholders stock stockholders Itookholderl ¬
holders at the enormous advance advanceWhich all advancewhich vance vancewhich
Which the developments now going on onanure onau onassures
assures au res It ItBut ItDut itBut
But the American Wireless Tele Telephone Telephone Tel Telphone ¬
phone t and Telegraph Comapny holding holdingas
a I as It unquestionably does the patents patentswhich patentswhich patentswhich
which 1 CONTROL the PRINCIPLE on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which 1 wireless telegraphy Is based basedwill baaedwill basedwill
will NOT be held up by even a com combination comblnatlon combination ¬
bination of AngloAmerican multimil multimillionaires multlmll1I0nalre multimuIlonaires ¬
lionaires I and the American public II feeassured 1 1assured IIauured
assured I that both patriotism and busi business bUllne business ¬
ness I ne interests will continue to irrevooauy Irrevoo Irrevooauy Irrevolauy
auy I guide us in dealing with any or all allEuropean allEuropean allEuropean
j European or AngloAmerican Ango Amerlan would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be or pretended competitors and that thatall thatall thatall
all such will pay dearly In future for foreltaer foreltAler foreitaer
eltaer favor or consideration from the theAmerican themerlcan themerlan
American Wlrele Wireless Telephone and Tele Telegraph Tel TelIraph Telgraph ¬
graph Company CompanyThat CompanyThat CompanyThat
That our stockholder will partici participate partlclpate partlcipate ¬
pate proportionally and In accordance accordancewith accordancewith accordancewith
with the relative amount of their hold holdIngs holdInll holdings
Ings In the increasing value of the theshares thelhare thesharer
shares of American Wireless Telephone Telephoneand Telepboneand Telephoneand
and Telegraph Companys stock Is Isguaranteed I Itlranteed leguaranteed
guaranteed tlranteed them In any and every everyevsflt evryt everyevhgt
evsflt t as a will be IJ seen n by a perusal ef efthe ofthe
the fact fuels set t forth In this thl reply to the theattempt theatpt theattempt
attempt of an Inferior system to coerce coerceus ootfC8Id coercelie
us Into a recognition lIon compromise compromiser
or r combine by the overtures onrtur recited recitedthe recitedt recitedtke
the t e threats made mad and the anxiety mail mailtested manifested manlftlted ¬
tested to limit the sales I of our stock stockAm ItotkAm steakAm
Am Am Wireless Telegraph Telephone Co
1 1i
i I
In Which is Detailed the Yacht YachtRace YachtI YachtBees
Race It Bplsodes BplsodesBETWEEN BplsodesBETWEEN BptsodesBETWEEN
The Marconi and the IheAmerloan American Wireless Tele Telephone Telehone Telophone ¬
phone hone and Telegraph Company bj Mr Royal RoyalOperator ROJalOl1orator RopalOporalor
Operator on Board of the Maid of the theMist IhoMlsl theMlal
Written for the SUNDAY Qumxl QumxlMr aroeelMr 1A811 1A811Mr
Mr Bertraml Royal RO I makes the th following fol following following ¬
lowing statement for The Sunday
Globe GloboFrom OIoboFrom GlobeFrom
From on or about the llth day of ofSeptember atSeptember ofSeptember
September 1901 to the Oth day of ofOctober ofOctober ofOctober
October 1JOl I was In the employ employof
of the American Wireless Telephone Telephoneand Telephoneand Telephoneand
and Telegraph Company of Phila Philadelphia Phlladelphia Philadelphia ¬
delphia Pa and during that perlor perlora
a part of my duties were the making makingand makingand makingand
and transmission of bulletins of the In International Internatlonal international ¬
ternational yacht races rac between Col Columbia Columbla Columbia ¬
umbia and Shamrock II over the thecourse thecourle thecourse
course set on different days day of the theraces therace theraces
races race by the New York Yacht Club ClubWhile ClubWhile ClubWhile
While engaged In such transmission transri 1lon of ofbulletin ofbulletin ofbulletins
bulletin by wireless wlrel telegraph I wa waon was WRBon wason
on board the vessel known as the thsMaid thellald theMaid
Maid of the Mist commanded by
Captain Boyer BoyerOn DoyerOn BoyerOn
On the 3d day of October at about 2 2p 2p 2p
p m I wa was approached by a United UnitedState UnitedStatel UnitedStates
State Revenue outter flying the revenue rev revenue revenue ¬
enue flag bearing brl the black letter A AP AP AP
P which I was waalnformed Informed signified Inlfled that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the revenue cutter in question was w used needas usedas
as 8 a dispatch boat by b the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress lIOclatedPrell
a the boat approached The Maid Maidof Maidof Maidof
of the Mist I wa vas ras hailed through a amegaphone ameppholl amegaphone
megaphone by a man whom I after afterwards afterward afterwards ¬
wards learned was wa a Mr Stone Ston and andwhom andwhom andwhom
whom I was wa Inofrmed is a manager of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Associated Press Pre in New York City CityMr CityMr CityMr
Mr Stone asked me if Mr Bishop was wason Walon wason
on board I replied that he was wa not notand notand notand
and would not be allowed on board of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that boat boa a AI that wa was the dispatch boat boatof boatof boatof
of the American Wireless Wlrele Telephone Telephoneand Telphoneand Telephoneand
and Telegraph Company Mr Stone Stonethen Stonethen Stonethen
then said Id I wanted to speak to Mr MrBishop MrDllhop MrBishop
Bishop You are Interfering very verymuch verymuch verymuch
much with our message How often oftendo oftendo oftendo
do you operate I replied We Ve are areoperating areoperating areoperating
operating every three minutes when whenthere whenthere whenthere
there Is any news to send but have not notsent notent notsent I
sent ent a message for nearly twenty minutes min minutes minutes ¬
utes Mr Stone then said Id We have havean havean havean
an agreement through our Mr Upper Upperman Upperman Upperman ¬
man with Dr Gehring that you are areto areto areto
to operate every alternate five minutes minutesWill minutesWill minutesWIII
Will you ou not commence now and oper operate operate operate ¬
ate in that way to avoid Interfering Interferingwith interferingwith
with us I replied 1bere must be beother beother e eother I
other Interference besides be lde us but we wewill weWill wewill
will do a as you request from now out outMr outMr I
Mr Ir Stone then said Id Let us compare comparetime comparetime I
time I took out my watch and Mr MrStone MrStone IIrStone
Stone shouted Now 217 I shouted shoutedback shoutedback I
back All right we will begin at 226 226The 226The 226The
The revenue cutter then left leftOn leftOn I t tOn
On the evening of the same day dayabout dayabout I Iabout
about 7 oclock I was Informed at the thelong I Ilonr
long distance telephone station at At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic Highland N J that Mr Upper Upperman Upperman ¬ I Iman
man desired me m to call him up a 81 he heUpperman heUpperman I IUpperman
Upperman wanted to talk to me meThe meThe I IThe
The same me evening enlnl at about 10 oclock oclocklearned oclockIlearued oclockI
learned I that Mr Upperman wa was at hi hiresidence his I Irelldence
I Iconver
residence at Riverside and I held a aconversation aconversation
conver conversation atlon with said Upperman over overthe overthe overthe
the long dlstanoe phone substantially substantiallyas
a as follows followsI tallowI
I said Id I understand Mr Upperman Upper Upperman UpP411man
man you ou want ant to tat ta to me Mr MrUpperman MrUpperman MrUpperman
Upperman said Are you Mr Pick Pickaru Pickaru
aru I replied No I am Mr Royal Royalthe Royalthe Royalthe
the operator on ttie Maid of the th Mist Mistbut MItbut Mistbut
but Mr Pickard Is here In the booth boothw boothwn boothwn
wn w < n me Mr Ir Upperman then said saidI 1IIi 1IIiI
I wanted to find out what you meant meantby meantby meantby
by sending messages mes today I have an anagreement anagreement anagreement
agreement with Dr Gearing whereby wherebyyou wherebyyou wherebyyou
you were only to send four or five mes messages me mesages messages ¬
sages at the most for each race at the thestart theItart thestart
start at the stake ke boats and at the fin finish finIlh flnIsh ¬
ish Mr Ir Stone talked with you this thisafternoon thllarternoon thisafternoon
afternoon and you admitted operating operatingevery operatlnlevery operatingevery
every few minute Now I want to tonow tonow tonow
now why you did thUt thl this I replied repliedMr repliedIr repliedMr
Mr Ir Upperman Up rmn my instruction from fromLIT fromr fromter
LIT r Gearing Ohrln today were to send him oc oc occasional ocIallonal ¬
casional confirmatory dispatches of ofthe ofthe
the yachts Mr Upperman here herebroke herebroke herebroke
broke In You Know very well that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we are sending aeDdln Dr Oehrlng our dis dispatches dl dlpatchee dipatches ¬
patches as a soon as we receive them themand themand themand
and you have no business bIlIlIDe whatever to tosend tolend toosend
send dispatches the way you are send sending lenllIng sending ¬
ing them I replied Mr Upperman UpperroanIf
If Dr Gehrlnc Gehl18 and his hi company had hadrelied hadrelied
relied upon the dispatches dlpaten you sent sentlast lentlut sentlast
last Saturday Saturda concerning the start of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the race and the finish of the race and andhad andhad andhad
had sent them to the papers whom he heIs heII hele
Is serving with bulletins he would wouldliave wouldhave wouldhave
have been ruined Mr Upperman Uppermanlaid Uppermansaid
said What do you OU mean I replied repliedI
I mean that you sent nt at the start of ofLhe ofthe ofthe
the race that Columbia crossed the line linefirst linefirt linefirst
first and at the finish of the race that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Shamrock won As a matter of offact offact oftact
fact the Shamrock crossed the line first firstat firltat firstat
at the start tart and the Columbia won the therace therace therace
race Dr Qehrlng cannot rely upon uponyour uponyour uponyour
your bulletins and this necessitates necessitatesmy
my sending confirmatory messages mes ages of otevery ofevery ofevery
every change In the posuion of pf the theyachts theyachts theyachts
yachts although my rigid instruction instructionare Instructlonlare
are to Interfere a as little a as possible and andto andto andto
to send as few bulletin a as possible possibleand polilbleand possibleand
and yet keep Dr Gehring informed informedof
of the race raceMr raceMr
Mr Upperman replied If you were werefooled werefooled werefooled
fooled we were fooled as well on Sat Saturday laturday Saturday
urday last and you know very well wellthat wellthat wellthat
that you are getting much better news newsservice newsnice newsservice
service serviceI nice niceanlwered
I answered Is that so That is isprobably IIprobably isprobably
probably the reason you got down to toGalilee toGalilee toGalilee
Galilee to o quickly the morning of the theflrst thetlrt theAnt
Ant race to get t DR Ui lr tirtINGS KINGS KINGSNEa ttINGSNE
NEa NE SEHVIua 8lltVIU for the Associated AssociatedPress AlIOClatldPreal
Press U I It nott nottWhats not notWhat netWhats
Whats What that said Id Mr Upperman UppermanI
I replied I came to this telephone telephoneIn
In response reapon to your request uet and do donot donot donot
not propose to Indulge IlUIltl In any mutual mutualrecrimination mutualrecrimination mutualrecrimination
recrimination Nv Wt want to do what whatIs whatI whatis
Is I right and Interfere as little as a pos possible pHoIble poeulble ¬
sible Ible but we a are gfttag JIg to get the oar correct aurrect oarrect ¬
rect news new throajifl throwp throb to Dr GehrlBg GehrlBgwhile Oehrtalwhile Gehringwhile
while it Is newsMr new newMr news DewitMr
Mr UppernWin Uppermanlfd sffd fd Now the Chi Chicago 011 011calo Chicage ¬
cage people want wand to eperate too We Wewill Wewill I
will take the fir fir firs TflyBintnUtes Awe YU1tDt minces starting startingon 1 1on
on the hour they ttIJ the next R t five to toutes mji mjiutee I Iutes
utes and you the tti thethird tntrd five minutest minutesI i
I t 11 > 1
I replied Mr Uypernum tJ > > Mrman I will not notagree notagree no noagree t
agree to that Mr Mr Upperman Up rman then thensaid tbnMId the thesaid
saidWill said
Will you agree al to operate every al alternate alternate alternate ¬
ternate live minutes with us com commencing commendnl cornntencing ¬
mencing five minutes past the hour hourI hourreplied
I replied I will agree at 10 u > send end the thestart tbeItart th thstart e
start of the race when the start Is Ismade IImade ii iimade
made to send the stake boats boat when the theyachts tl1eyacht theyachts
yachts go 0 round them and the flnf flnfwhen finish finishwhen Anllllwhen
when it occurs I will try and keep o omy on onmy onmy
my live flv minutes as muck as possible possiblebut posslblsbut poulblbut
but It anything of vital importanoccurs Importance Importanceoccurs Importanceoccur ce
occurs occur during lIurln the tll race I must send it itno Itno i ino t
no matter on whose who time thll it occursMr occurs occursMr occurMr
Mr Upperman replied plled I will JXlmt JXlmtaloDltd pom pomalongside come comealongside e
alongside aloDltd of your our boat In the tb moraine moraineand moralqand mornn mornnand
and have h a talk with you Good Goodnight Good Ooodnlllht Goodnight
night nightGood nlllhtOood nightGood
Good night I repliedSigned replied repliedSigned repliedSllned
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r The experience of a plrl tramp is tbe tbeautobiography Ihelu1oblograpby th thaulobiograpby e I
autobiography of a lady who after tbe mur murder murde murder ¬
der de of her husband and forced by her necsesitlee neces necessities neees8111ee ¬
sities to make her own living assumed male maleattire maleatllre mat matattire
attire for the special purpose purpoeluet set forth In he hehhtory her berblttory herhlator1
blttory Her adventures on the road were werenot werenct werenot
not only Interesting but startllngand some sometimes lametlnee sometimes ¬
times qmte sensational They will all be betruthfully betrothtuUr betruthfully
truthfully detailed In the columns ot ofTHtt ofTHttof THt1 THt1HUNDA TH THSUNDAY
SUNDAY Y MORNING GLOBE on the Itatr Itatrof ate ateof
of which this tIJI wellknown newspaper writeand writer writerand writerand
and clever cleverJ0101 joiing sonn woman is now a valued valuedmember valueodmemberElJlTOU valuedmember1DITOIt
It I is not an exeaggeratlon to laY laYthat saythat ay aythat
that I walked all over Norfolk thatday that tha1day thatday
day Started Started at 7 a m and thought thoughtsurely thoughturely thoughtsurely
surely before night some kind of work workwould workwould workwould
would come my way In passing along alongone alan alanone alongone
one of the commercial street I sawa saw sawa IftWa
a sign as follows The VlrgiglaEmployment Virginia VirginiaEmployment Vlrlh la laEmployment
Employment Bureau No doubt that thaisign thatalgn thatsign
sign U I still tlll there Of course I went wentIn wentIn wentin
In and made Inquiry of methods of ofcurlill se securing s scurlbg ¬
curing work fee charged etc ant antwith and andwith andwith
with the result that the agency ency had badmost hadmot hadmost
most of my 2 In cash and I had a alot alot alot
lot of Information about how no man manneed manneed manneed
need be e idle who really wanted work workThe workThe workThe
The name of one supposed employer employerwas employerwal employerwas
was furnished me who desired a pianoplayer piano pianoplayer planaplayer
player and was willing to five lYe 10 a aweek aweek aweek
week and board for the services rlD4111 of a ayoung ayoung ayoung
young man who can play the piano pianoNow pianoNow pianoNow
Now by all the cruelties of fate tW tWman Phis Phisman 111 111man
man was the brother of the manager managerof
of the White Rajahs who failed to toappear toappear toappear
appear In Norfolk the week before beforeHe beforeHe
He did not seem to be In a very com cornmuniatlve communicative communlcatlve ¬
municative mood but actually went wentthrough wentthrough wentthrough
through the farce of engaging me to toplay toplay toplay
play the piano and set a time for forme forme forme
me to rehearse with the chorus fora for fora
a performance in Raleigh N C CThinking OThinking CThinking
Thinking that there had doubtless doubtlessbeen doubtl doubtlbeen doubtlessbeen
been itome orae local trouble which dis disqualified disqualified diequalified ¬
qualified the White hajahs from ap appearing appearlng appeering ¬
peering in Norfolk but did not affect affecttheir atrecttheir affecttheir
their chance In other cities I al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed this fellow to waste three threenights threenight threenights
nights of my time in rehearsal rehear als forwhich for forwhich torwhich
which of course I never received rec lved a acent acent acent
cent The fourth day da I reported a ausual at atuual nausual
usual at the appointed plaeebut place but no noone noone noone
one could be found who would admit admithaving admithaving admithaving
having seen n the man I sought So Soonce Soonce Soonce
once more and for the third time I Iwas Iw Iwas
was w wiser and sadder dder by reason of too toogreat toorlllt toogreat
great rlllt faith in the th promises of per persons perIOn persons ¬
sons IOn professing to be honorable andhonest and andhonest andhonet
honest It is I a fact I have hav never ap appeared appeared appeered ¬
peared in even an amateur perform performance performance performance ¬
ance since Inee this thl very ardor dampen dampening dam dampenag n nIng ¬
ing l ag experienceThen experience experienceThen experienceThen
Then I wa was at my wit will end ends There Therewa ThereWal Therewas
wa was nothing for it but to tramp it itSo ItSo ltSo
So I buttoned up my coat I had no noovercoat noovercoat noovercoat
overcoat and It was snowing hard hardand hardand hardand
and resolutely turned my face towards towardsthe towardthe towardsthe
the setting sun I forgot to mention mentionthat muUonthat mentionthat
that several months had now Inter Intervened Intervened intervened ¬
vened since Inee the events related In the thelast thl188t thelast
last chapter of this thl account I had badbeen hadeen hadbeen
been een trying several different things in inthe Inthe inthe
the meantime but It It Is a a true and ahard a ahard ahard
hard fact that unto m that hath hathshall hathshall harkshall
shall be e given and nd from him that thathath thathath thathath
hath not shall be betaken taken that which he hehath hehath bebath
hath hathTo hathTo bathTo
To make matters worse the employ employment employment employmerit ¬
ment agent having suspected my real realsex realleX realsex
sex and finding me rather too de determined determlned dotermined ¬
termined to get the benefit of the feepaid fee feepaid feepaid
paid him and for which he bad prom promised 11romlied promised ¬
ised to secure me work of some kind kindcame kindcame kindcame
came to me and said Look here hereyoung hereYOUI1S hereyoung
young fellow Ive 11 got a job for you youIts youItl youts
Its I ts to drive a double team at a log logging logging ¬ I Ilinl
ging camp down the road In VirginiaHow Virginia VirginiaHow VlrlnlaHow
How would you 011 like that I toldhim told toldhim toldhim
him aa I bad many time tlm before thatwork that thatwork tbatwork
work was what I wanted and musthave must musthave musthave
have and could not afford to be tooparticular too tooparticular tooparticular
particular about the kind of a a job jobto jobto
to be done Thinking Thlnkln to frighten me meno meno meo I
no n o doubt he blurted blllr d out an oath and andthen andthen andthen
then suddenly said Now you cant cantfool cantfool canttoot
fool me Im too old a bird for that thatkind thatkind thatkind
kind of a story tory I believe you area are area area
a woman Why look at your shoesThats shoes shoesThats IhoeaThat
Thats That enough to give you away Better Bet Better Detter ¬
ter tell me all about it and Ill try to tohelp tohelp tokelp
help you out outNow outNow outNow
Now this thl Is I just ut what I had ex expected expected expeeled ¬
pected would happen sooner or later laterand laterand laterand
and the one thing I hott nerved my myself myself ¬
self It to face It poslIe without a atremor IItremor atremor
tremor or a sign Iln of surprise surprl or fear fearSo fearSo
So mustering al my courage I said saidIn HidIn saidin
In a braggadlclo manner Dont Dontwaste Dontwaste 1 1waate
waste your breath in silly speculatiers specula speculation Ipeculatlon ¬
tiers Better save it to describe some someof someof comeof
of those tho e good gool jobs lying round loose loosejust 10088jUlt loosejust
just waiting for a Ii fellow to tl come comealong comealong comealong
along and take In And dont you youworry youworry youworry
worry about my shoes IIho either unlessyou unless unlessyou unleuyou
you are ready to return me tne money moneyI mane maneI
I gave you when you promised to se secure secure soure ¬
cure c ure me work and with which I could couldbuy couldbuy couldbuy
buy a new pair of shoes more suited suitedto suitedto suitedto
to the weather and climate climateFor cllmatFor climateFor
For reply he handed me a dime and anda
a twocent twa cent stamp
Whats thl this for I asked askedWell alkedWell askedWell
Well Its all Ive I got with me but butyou butyou butyou
you are welcome to It Now youd youdbetter youdbetter youdbetter
better skip klp for Ive Informed the au authorltie authorlUe auhorities
t thorltie and theyll make it warm warmfor warmfor warmor
for f or you it they catch you masquerad masquerading maaqueradIng ¬
ing in men mens clothes clothesWith elotheaWith clothesWith t
With thl this be turned on his hi ris heel andleft and andleft andleft
left me Of course this tbl did not scare scareme acarime sereme
me at all mainly because I knew he behad hehd hehad
had not Informed the authoritiessince authorities authoritiessince authorltlelInce
since he knew nothing and had only onlytried onlytried onlytried
tried to scare me off In order to get getrid letrid getrid
rid of me after having felled to get getme getme getme
me a place placeor or in fact never having
tried to get one That That1 the last I Isaw
saw 11 of him although In after months menthequite monthsquite monthlQuite
quite a spirited discussIon dlllOUiIIl n by mall mallwa mallwaIndulged wasindulged was wasIndulged
Indulged In with thlBsama t talseame I me man But Ilutthats Dutthats Butthats
thats another story storyio ster sterlobo storylo
io lobo be continued cODtinuedJ
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