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For Snn Francisco; ' '
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BULLETIN
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Mr. Merchant, you can make your
name anu policy so wen Known'
through BULLETIN advcrtiiinp that
you win not need to mention "bar
gain" or "prices" to fill your store
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3:30 EDITION'
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DRAKE MAM W00DR0WWILS0N HFMnrD
INTACT'? UAMTC IQ lUAMHl RV liU'vlirvK
111 iil I uSInllUU lu namLU LP J
; I nrifliirriATo I PAfMlJlC
ICffclpl Hull" On Cable.)
::tlNfm), f-Vpt l.V 'I'lio
icslGii.tthui df Walter I". DiiiKu, !
IJulK'.l rujlo. Cnlli-tnr or III-
It'rmil Ityvfinic at I liriciltii)i h.vi,,
beep formally' yUI'tlruwa. Thu
nitittcr of 'whether Mr. 1r.ilc Is
lb continue In ofllco l now pond-
lug hcfulo Pic.ihleiit Tuft lit '!'
Uriel ly.
MONK :
I
Will Sock New Ideas lo Be
Used in Management of
' Moannltia.
Cetnl-publlc gardens of tlin United
Status atul thtiupu iillil'lliu Incthodu of
management will liu tliu uliicf objects
'or Intel cut to lion. H.'"al. l.unun( who
left on tlui Wlliiclmlna fur u vacation
trip ol tlirio months.
Mr. ll.Tmnn wilt visit these Biinl-tis
with n view to adopting such IiIuuh -us
may niii-nl to him ua licltifut in tlid
iii;iiiiii;ciiii'iil(of the Mo.iiiiilu.i gurdum;
to tin In 'secure tlui huiicllts vt llio,
Kroiinihi lo the public In u manner r.at
isfuclory lo nil concerned.
'I'lin uttr.ictle features .f .Moiinnliiu
nrc being loiibtiititly Increased, ami
mi Honolulu grows tliu number of pco
plo who Ml llio gardens especially
on Kiiinluyij, is steadily Increasing
Willi llio changes lnil Blowlh of tho
loiiil;illoii Mr. n.iinon llinlii that ho
hna ninny now iuoIiIi'Iiih to meet. New
(omlltliins nio t'oiistuiitly ml.siiiK
I here, as well as In town, and It la
the Intention of the owner to lc.u n
how KiirdoiiH or tlila character In tho
ilclnlly of tho larger cities of Amer
ica and Curoiio are 'handled.
Mr. D.iiiioii'u chief pui'i'O.u ft con
nection wlllf Mnaiialii.i Is to iii.i.io tho
ionnd3 a place whom the nn.itle Is
ivpIcoiiio. Uu askx only that tho pco
plo Mini come iiliall Lcliuid llieniselvos
and not In.lulr.o In hoinllnnilMii. Noth
Iiir pleat cm Mr. Hamuli more than to
hie Iiiiku miinhcia of men, women mid
chlldieti of nil natlonallllen ami fium
nil wiiilia of llle ciiJnyliiK the Kanlanii
It luii hi en found of l.ilo iimnlha lm.
eer lliat thero U an elcmiiit thai
doea not hao tho ri-Kiinl for ofhora
that It tilionhl ('ale has to(,hu InKen
that tlio.-o who would inaKo of tho
K'i da a intiah, holbtiiioux heer gar
den picnic place,' shall not ill he out
tho nrcali r number of quirt families
who lieek u peaceful outltlK ;roimd
whom they will not disturb others,
nor li illMmlidl llii'lii:.elVis.
J! .Mr. D.iiiion will look nhmit rur
Flmllar it, tales ami net as many now
Ideas iii possible Unit iiio adaptable to
local rotiillllom. Tho riviill hi cer
tain to he rnr the benefit of llm piiblle
In llu lelalou lo tho Mnatialiia uar
deuj. STOCK MARKET
IS VERY QUIET
Sales of lu'ul sloclta for tho last
tweuly four h'oiiia weio camliiieil to
tin co nelerlluiu
llelwoan boards fifty uliaiea ur Ho
uoKaa iiiovcmI at 18. Wnlaltia. In n
lilocli or IKlien Kh.iius, hrniiMht l:iu.
'Mils la a ttllHliUidviiliio mer lliulaxt
ptovlmu win. 1 1 it Kit mala tliu biwi
ItUwtllK In llm few sales inuilu.
Threw hliiflliH, ifliislMilin of twenty
Eliuru welt, i;liiiii(tiM immis hutwiHUi
hiHiiln hi IBS. in, ami ll n hIihius at
ioailqil wlra liioiiHht I Ml, Tliu bin
tll) Ihwi'iU Mian urn an uih Hiiro
ur 1 &u mr thitiM ovei Hit) lsl iirw
tluiit mI, h Hit ti Has at l..u
llUlilHU ilHilsmil itiv H iillo:
Matt Huhui Ne a Pilule; Onliii Hun
ri Nmi ii nlittiK, I) , in TV
W ttlVlK. l'lll'i'lMI , ttsio; V it
slMD, I ill. t -ha m, lUatkuil, M. a
1 XBBMB m I m I 'I ..aMVflH Willi mi V
uLinuuimio UWL
(MfH.ia('tl l'i Ha I'.ililt' )
THK.NTON.
rrjrvrisa'
for (iovernor l;y the Democralle
Stale coiiieiillon. l'lesldcnt Wll'.oti
liau been lall.eil of as a possible Ueni
oeiatle latnllil.itu for the I'rei.ldcncr,
'i nd tlin lentil of lila i'.ima.a lu the
State election will b.uo nil Importniit
liearliiR on hU fit tine In that illiec
Hon. President WlUon Is a nalho of
laitnloii, Vii wheie ho was born
Dot ember 2H, IS .111. lie RI initiated
turn I'lin elnii In IS"!), and attend-1
cd (he law bhool of tho Unherslty
of VliKfnl.1 In 1K7U.SU. llu kceured
ihc device of I'll. I), from Johns llop'.l
Mini In )SXi mid was honored by the
Ictrco of M..I). from Wako I'lireut,
lSb"; Titlani', ISilS; Julius Hopkins,
IIUi:; IliilRCiH, KI01I; Unherslty ol
t'enn.ylvntila, l!Ki:i; Drown, l'JO:!;!
ItaMlitd, 1UUT; Dartmouth, lltU'J
V I ..i. 1 r.
-
iw lu Atlanta, Ua..' The iinirtlntiuciil t tonii
ifeor of history aJiftthV,utfla1x 'tuliu and pint
iy'at llryn Mawr,. il. arfeclliii; of a pc.-iuu
lie priu Iked law lu Atlanta, Ua
IXSi-V was piofi
liolJtllill t'CUIful
U(iB8;Vi'i.loyaii VnUerhlty, 1SSX
All; piofe3ior of Jitrjipriulcnco and
politics at I'llucclon' 1X!I0-U-, and
pioildfiit of llio university cluio An
KlIEt 1. 1!I0L. Iln U II lllfinlior Of
'
the American Academy of Arts and
letters, .Amorlciin Academy of Po-
lltlcal and Social Sdo'icr, Amnrlcan
Historical
Aswi.'latlou, American
Kconomlc
Auo.Iatlon, and cone-
-ponuiiiK memlier or the Massachu-.
kciih iiisiorirai uucieiy. lie is
llmr of
'CoiiK'ieslcinal Covoriimont.
A Bttnly In American l'olttlcB";
"The Statn Ktciiiciita nf lllstorlral
anil Practical Politics"; "Division!,
and Itcttiiloii. 1S2-8'J"; "All Old'
Master and Other Political Kssnys";'
"Hooirh WiiKhlnston": "A HUtnry.
of the Aineilnu People."
Preildent WIUou was married to
Hllen Louise Axron of Savannah,,
tia Juno '21, 1883.
GRAY IN MINNESOTA.
lAtwiiclatiil I'ilss Calili )
ST. PAl'I,, Minn., Sept. 10 Mlnne
sola lteiiincrala In I lie 1 r KUito coti
veutloii today uoiiiliiated James tlray
as their candidate for tiovurnor John
Mud was nominated at a previous
comciitlon but refused to uccipt tho
nomination.
I li. i l.ll II 11 I I ' I I II WlM'Ima )
' llll.f), Ucpt. Hi (jllM'llllir !
v I'l ea i'u ailnilulKtratloti hud a '
narrow cbcapu fium a lufitsal to !
'! omloiio by tliu Itepiililicau Ills- !
'! trli.t and L'niinly eiiuveiiHou thai !'
met Iii this Inwn. Tlio nllliliit !
: iiiiuounieiiiout or tin) oto was
Iblily-IUo to llilrty-Hovou, but It
In Mill claliueil that Iho motion '
! In expiiiiKO the eiidorivomeat wnu
' carried.
I'linlrmiiii Kauhaiio or lli
' plntrorm coiuiitltteu was tliu man
Willi set the linublo unlllK Mr
Hiu.harii.wlieii Iho plalloiuicoiu- '
! inltloo relumed lu llm iim.cn-
.Inn. kiibinllled It lulmilily lupoil
iippiihliiK the iilalfiiint enilmno-
mini ui ihc iidiiiiulstrntliiii id
iloiuriinr l'iuiir
After itiimlilvrHlitu iIWhiimIiiii, 4
lhu iiuiiiiiii was pnt mi llm mill.
ini ii pint 'I'lin iiHIelsIs an-
nun ii i ml ihu iiulual nf KanliHUti's
iiialiulliiii l a toil of Dili I)
l.'ll III llllll) Ihe liMlll- f
aide Ih, if the ImiiIhiii nilii,i
i,i,il,'i Inn llu 1 1, l, I nil lull dill
l.i'l call fin i, lei unit
t
party ilFI FfiATFS
I JlSR K DljlAAll i S LU
ABE READY HIR
Morn'nij Session h Occupied
Willi Preliminaries To
Nomina'ions.
Slill'MAN ELECTED AS
CONVENTION CHAIRMAN
litiiient of (.ouiiiiltleca on
latform and
periiianunl con-
cutlLii (iriranlz.il lun were Ihu in--complhlimcuts
ot tliu Turrltorla!
loi.ventlin or tho Democratic party
mil nun. nut. ihu ruilVlHiiuiii iiiii-i
w.n.l 1.. I.-ll ..l.i. ......'
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the
was
.,...-, .., ,,.ih,.,.i ,,i i.tni.tn mill
hiitl after 10 o'cln-k, bill
winter iiuillin nf tlin iiiornlnc
bl adjournment ror , ,oiilir,
atlnim of lhu crcilcntlils nunniltlao.
Tho hall was decorated -villi I'nlt
ed .'Kates ni I
Hnwali.ia lines .mil
'"iloro a tnilj uu otle ul:. The e'u-
. i ' k
WMSk Ml
I.. I.. Mt( M!,K.VS
do i ifinem nf liartuoii) wus fur
lushed Ii) u quintet club and tliu
slimliii; of Democratlu cuuipalr.u
looks by thu musicians.
Tliu convention was tailed to or
dei by Tied Weed, and a prnjur of
teicd by olio of lhu dslcKalcs fill
lowed, Tliu lormal call lor tho Tel
rltoilal coiivenlloli was then rciul by
T. J. Itjan.
Uu tho nominations for tcmporli '
cliiiliinaii lliciu was uu UikhIHoii
to O. H. Shlpuuii. II K. Kawaehakii
a'.ib uauicil bu'retai of tho loiiiuu-
(Coiitimicd on l'anc 2
FIGHT NUTLEY
i Hti i.ii
Hull, l l ii Willi
.;, 4.
)
( IIIIJi, Hopt lr Mutwtur Mu-
kekiiil iluidaitw Hml )iu will HhIiI
.Viillwy In lltu ItoitW Itulu will-
tuitilm tliMi wtwis hcti) iimJ.i) in
IMIIIllllllle 1 II 11)4 Ida I liu Hll
I'lmilb 11M1I lalilhlMllvi' nltl
Niuli) tin lluiie Hull' Mllllbili
lu. Ifcb. a In l..mli.,.i.
iiu 1 ..uu 1 111111
Bi JHki
ATS' TERRITORIAL
NT-SON IN
McCarthy's
mr-IT-iT- A rrrrTiT-i -
mJtttLAlElNb
llu- p'liuk
il wlui h by .Mi
n liiiiiilKriitlnii. wrl'len li fol MiCiittiy ami llio refua.il
'iiiillei.o can. d him to lentu the party this e.ir. Is pilnt-
; i il io.l fy In full.
t Sunliir Mcf'.iitliy anted tills ii.nrnliiR Hint ho ilraNcil the plank In
I In- holier that i ircrcil Hie siibjm t and at tho uainu time would pioted
th. puis; erllyi'ol llio coiintr).
i 'It v-au t,riti' d liy MvCnmlluM," enlii MiCarlliy, "and that H why I am
i ill or It ' i
I llcOndltuu) .t.itnl this iiioiiiIiik that tliu Immolation pbiirorni lliat
noiiiu ue aiicpieil uj llm ciiaventlnii would decline u eiintlnninco til iuiinl
Kinlli.i Tor a peiiod of inn eam. tho money leallzod finni tliu spechil In
tome tax bcliis ili'.otot In tho lo.isliiicllou of belt louts thniiiKlioiit the
i-laiulj,
"1 liuliciu that Is what Ihu convention will ludoisu." said McCandl. ks.
'ihu McC'aFlh.t plank Is as fiillnws:
"Wo wilrujlhu neeil of iiiiuu p'-iplo In thin Tenltory, to dcelop anil
enji.y lu n-.isi, iniiir.it riuniirces, nut we dcnouiice Ibo ftdtlHli incoulpo-
leiU'y of Iho IJi publlciii p.iily lu tliu udmliilstiatlon id llio law enacted,
land In lhu winilciiil exeiiillluio of-Ihu Mist sums vnled, by Hid last l.csls-
i.n.n.. iii I'nijiime iiuiiiir.raiiiiii. nu cuiirKo lliat parly Willi- lunltiu
Miuimleiiiil M-A'i-i ill" 0i.mMnii.l3 or 'dollars or tho poiq hj'i "iiioile)-; laVcely
in toally Jimkels of liicoinpeteiit political fnwnltcK.
Ju tho matter of Itusbl hi luimlKrattoii lu paitlciilar, wo rlinrRo lint
paily wlih uaiilim waslo of inoney, mlsreprebeiitattoiis toward llio ilcluded
liliil... niilu ni.il' ,, t i.rult.l...il It. ......it...
;.,;,,;;;,,, V '
I Wo luallra Hint tho efToHs or tho adtnlnlhlratloti should liu exerted lo
obtain mllkle.it libotcra tor our il.iiitalloiii. ami wo pledKo our ciiiilldnl s
,. it-Klslatlvu ijSltos to suppm! any irninuahlo plan for pniiiloHus Ibis
Hiihjlcl, hut sucli plan luitxl offer irasnnable Kiiariinlies iiKaliihl the cast
ir n . i.- tt... ....,... ..
. ru -" '" "'" " "u
uk id ImiiilKrtls upon our shores pici'iici lo (-ouipelo with our citizen,
alieady lieie. wiio are uiikukiiI In llio hllier Krades or lalior, whleli com
iiiainl w.iki ' Hililcltiil lu enable lho.ni lo adlieie In American utmi'laids of
llliu."
SPECIAL RACE
. TROPHY SHOWN
Col. Sam Parker's Cup Is Fine,
Sample Thompson's
Bcaulilul.
Much amiisciii'iit was earned down'
town this utoruliiK by Ihc pl.i'clui; on
I'xhllilHon lu Mclneruj'u clothliiK
slure window, of two cups that aro
olfered lor the sieclnl p.ilinar race nil
Satiiiday next Thu tuiihy pn-seuleil
Ii) Cnl. Sam Parker is an enormous
blher cup w hit Ii wouM hold as much
us a bucket II is far atpl away the
laiKext offi'ied he lo tor many a Ioiik
day A rird lielow Ii iluwrihua it as
for llio "iat Miiii'h Itficc."
The other lioihy r an ordinary
china cup or ery miiKh ui'ike; It id
pohOH on a F.I11111I In tho window unit
lias a card Ii'miImk tlin li'Koud Hint
Ihu cup Is whin 1'iaiik Thoiupt.011 wllL
Kct for Ids ('foils In tho 1 aeo.
Many peutdo ioiiki i-cateil aiuuiid Hi"
window this mninlni;, and Ham Par
ker wan lunch In evidence Tho s'
clnl race Is causliiK ninny a I.uikIi
mound town, bill thu spectators will
be tudonlshcil ul llio work Hint He
four eteraiis v. ill do on Snturiliiy af
lor Iho t;iiu aiiuiiunceu (lie start of
the ineo
I AT
The in Ipoiieil danic tin tin lialis
I1111I I .ii,' a n will lie gliuu IoiiIkIiI III
llm Mii.ni.i lintel, lhu Aillllei hand
I (nun ihu iiiui"il ililliK
llllel IlllM lull"
iIiiiiiih
'0v
Apj(rtilir
Y8MMK
)lil
!(9lWf''it
I (ftU"' '.' fij I
'ry
Vr?V
WRANGLE
SESSION
plank that
t - n a -.-,,- i--v- ,m
JPAKTI bJLlT
......... ..III...... . a. u
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.... ... .... ...
WlHlllllMnillllH MHMim 410 OXCH.MI IO
LOfiANISIN
FROM COAST
Brings General Supplies for
Local Army Posts In
structor Ballard Arrives.
Onu liundieil and eighty tons or
Kenci.il MipplliH for Ibo local aim)
posts aiu being dlhcliaiKed at thu .Mat
sou wharf fioiu tliu United Stales
trniiHiort I.OK'un, which nrilved last
IllKllt
Tim troopship was l.itu In leuvlni;
San I'niiiclkcn on nccouiit lit llio non
nrrhal of thu field ailllliry. destined
for Hie Philippines Annum llio pis
seiiRers rnr Honolulu Is Col. II. I,.
Ilulhiiil, ICIiihth Infantry, who ramu
hern lu direct Iho liiktructlou id tho
ollliuis nf lhu I'll i.t National (luaid
Ills wink heKlus on H' pteinlier 17.
A number nf oilier well known nrmv
olllccis are roIiii: lu Ihe Phllliilnuii
on Iho lK-iii. which sails lomoriow
iiioinliu;, nfler lakiiiK on i;ou tons of
coal ut tills Kirt. Captain Wlnlurs.
'I'll I id Cmnlry. the military lusti actor
or thu Kaiiiuliumch.i Selusils has n
tiitiud lu rcmiiuu his duties at llu
Hoys' School,
The Uik.iii can leu four ballot in of
Held nrllllery and a co.mt uitllleiy.
Captain Dnluy Is Ihu laukliiK ollicm
LARGEST REAL ESTATE
DEAL IN MONTHS
(' J llcilouuilin has bouglil from
Chief Justice A. H llailwull nf Ihu
Hiiprciiio Cutiti a 1 1 tit t of laud contain
Iiik six mid llm hiiiidmlllis aciiHt lueat
id on Hie 11111I, ul shin nf Jmld street
for which lio paid I3ihiii
'lhu iIcikI uf liatisfei Iihm llHlll tiled
wlih 1I10 lluiuati ol I'niiVii'tincwi Mini!
Urn deal mm ur llio lnrtt tltgl bail
Imk'II lllitii fur e vui ul imilllfl III llu
ihiIhIh ril estate.
1 'I'liei It
, luitil .in ,
H I llllll SMI' lit list 1 (eel nil
I iiliil Hie lot lies tl 1
n . I'liiu 1 In 1111 in 1 nf
I 1 till 1 .1111 Ih !
..! 1 1 ,ri
lii,l 1111,1
A n 1 1 1 1 1 Hie mimihII Uu kMu 1
Mill) iii I,, uihii.iin u htiliiitil lute,
II,' 'HI llp, III lul.lt) ,11 U' IIIUII.IISlI
PROGRESSIVES
FAVOR FOR
i
FteeUNEpiNST
-i:ciii:tm(v oimj
i.wMiattd rrrri Cable.)
lli:Vi:itl,Y. Mass., Sept. If..
Piesldcut I'a f I has Id It l.u known
that he Intends to draw- no Piicd
HKaliikt the ltisiiro,ii ltcpubllc.un la
thu matter nf patrouuKO.
Tliu position of thu 'resident was
uiailu public today tliroiiRh a letter
written by Prlvalo Secretary Nor
ton, lu this Icttor Mr. Norton makes
the statement iliat the President will
hereafter licit Hie progressives of
tho Itepiililicau party and thu reu
lars alike In mailers ur I'ederal pat
roiiatre.
I his Is looked upon 'ns suttllui;
many of the illfllcultles of tho party.
Some mouths ago, while tho Insur
gent movement was at Us height In
Congress, thu President practically
Kb lit out llio iirngicHxIvcK from any
Milre in tho iIlspciis.itlou of federal
unices. ,
The letter nr Norton l.i believed to
he a pcaio offering (11 establish liar
loony In the ranks and show thai thu
President does mil Intend in play
favorites lu faillounl difference.!.
HUMPHREY GETS
VERY CLOSE VOTE
Aa,H.liitiil I 'rem Cable)
SHATTI.i:. Wash , Hcpt Hi Thu vulu
of the primary lu which Congreiuiumh
lliimpliley was iiiMilved was su close
thai It Is lluposslhlu lu stale what thu
result will be. Complelu 1 etui lis will
he lieiussar) tu deildu Ihe fatu or Hie
ship siilixhly leader
TWO DESERTERS
ROB CAVALRY TILL
I Amwrliinil Pr.M l'l,, 1
CHUYIIKNH. VVH. pl. 1A.
IK'U lUlllllBll MllllCIS, lISMIIlHIII liuiu
tHii Mntb l'uilr, vtwrt' aiikt
I
liviu UM . ' Umi Jtfil With liHYlH.
inbliMil I lie mmp ,( IDKKH. lliHl
id III Mulvil liiuiit) I4. UH laetil
1. I
I ' !
1 ttuuMy IbiKi Mini tun ladle
l Him iMiulUHItl Hut. 0v, U't
PATRONAGE
.-.?" Wi.
I. ' ??CW
'SfRKWAJ
TICKET NAMEt
VJ ,
Hn tu.il if 11 1 1 r 1 1 11 WlrflMi
t J,
' . , "' '
IIII.U, Pepl 1R Till) llpiiub-
. Ileau District mid County roil-
- leuiiuu camiuiicii ua laoors "
after tnukln ijio following iioiii- .
C lunlions fii- tliu Full euliipalKn: I
f- t'uuiiti ,5lurln Nun Pnii-
t'i'iiiilJ-.VIIoriic) IV. II. Ilecr. '
(-mini) Clerk- . J". Kiuil. -'
Cininl) Trr.inrrr Swiilu. '
('mini) hiiicrtliirs ,I,)iu,in,";
liMIn, l.rnl, I'rllclmrit, Ilctk.",;
r) anil hauli.iiic.
'Hie ulllrp nf (-until)- Amllliir
nas led blank.
Territorial Scu.ilurs Frrnan. i
ilex itml Jlcwlll. 4
Trrrllnrl.il llt'liroriiliitlti's -i.
4- Hall. tlTunsii, Itlrkard. Moanaiill, 4
- llnblilii, .Mnkckan. Kuiiplki.. '
4
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DAILY SCORES OF "'"' 3jJ
BIG LEAGUE'S
"' 'fl
tKlHiHnl III! I let I II ClMp.) J
HVN I'llANfJISCO. Sept. ir)".atli
c-trm lu tiic IiIk .euKiiea' ,play toda)
aru. --.j Jj
AtiierKatiDctmlt 1, pJillndclpiiTt
7, St. Iaiuls 3, New York !: Cle'vo
laud 3, Wash'liigltm 0iK(:"nlcagq?4l
Ilostoii 2. ' -y
National Hoblon fi, St. Loula, 7J
Ilostoii 9, St. Iiuls S; New York III
Pltlrburg 3; New York t, Plltsbtirg
0, Phlladelplil.i S, CIiIc.iko 7; llrubli!
lyn 2, Clnelniintl 7. J
Standing of National League, Sept. j
Club.
W.
L.
ivil
Chicago
f3
-to
r.n
r3
r..i
.
53
7"i
81
.071
Pltlsbtng 7r,
New Ym k 72
Philadelphia K.7
Clnciunuti r.i,
St. Louis SO
llroukljii SI
Ilostoii 1
.SS
.571
S07
.503
.401
'3
Stanifinc of American League Sept. 14
Club. V.
I. .. IVIJ
Plilladelplila SS
Huston 7li
lclrolt 75
Now Yjirk 73
Wiishliigtoii SS
Clcvel.-iiiil ,.,v S7
Chlcngu SO
St. Uiuls 38
10 .87j
S3 .582
55 . jJb
SS 570'
72 :w
72 .4(1'
7B TT392
fiOSB
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GOVERNOR HASKELL-
AFTER ROJOSEVELT
ftviai if lit tr tin Cl.)
I.AWTON. Okfu., 8opt. IS' In arf'
ndiliesa made hero today UyGovent
or Haskell, ho bevrroly ' criticize'
C'ol'iiiel Itoojovclt nnd tils methods,
ut campaigning. Jflf j
i . ,
COOK'S BACKER
AFTER RECORDS
(Uprrl.il II 11 1 1 1-1 1 11 Cable ); ,
COPKNIIAliHN. Sept lG.-rrjti la
rcpurted heio that llruillny. tlfr mll
llnnnlio who barked Hxplorer Cook In
llttliiK him out fiir a trip tu tlin
Ninth Pole, has started tor IHah for
the purpose of becurlug tho reccirda
of Captain Cook.
DICKINSON IN CHINA.?
(Hloi.il llu I le till I'al.te )
HANKOW, China. Sept. If., Rce
ictar) ur War Dliklnwui arilycd
hetii IihIu). H nuxt liii )J tm
at PuklHtf.
i .. 1.
II (I. Miiiiw, known in lil. Kiil
iiMiiM as "(IuhI)," u iiiiii uf Ibo
uuu uifii wliii mil ur His IMU'
itciniii iitmiiitMiiMii im suiMtrtiaur
ll Im. Usil wii fa)niabl MlUUllMij
I111N1 mine of ibv iiiuliU) jiitlliti'
Slid us he Is all Kit. Mini JWfmUr VjUfj
the avleaiiliiiii 1 1 inn hi. uwy itMirMi '
Hie r'i'iiili Im bus ifilyaNiiHW
m 1HII1H Hie IMJMllgMlNM

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