XI.THE BUN4TT'E INTER MOUNTMNA AII
VOL. XXIII. No. 140. BUTTE, MONTANA, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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Would Make It Appear That
the Revolutionists Are
NOTABLE IS HANGED
Man Who Refuses to Sign
Statement Clearing the
vY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Sofia, Aug. 31.-Nine hundred setugees
from Malkotirnovo and surrounding vil
lages have arrived at Urumku, Bulgaria.
The refugees say the Turkish garrison
fired on the Bulgarian port at Malkotir
novo with the object of creating an im
pression that a revolution was in pro
The prefect, August as, summoned the
Bulgarian notables of Malkotirnovo and
endeavored to force them to sign a state
ment that the insurgents were the ag
The notables refused to do so and the
frst man who refused was hanged the
Bound for Beirut.
SY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Genoa, Aug. 31.-United States crui
sers Brooklyn and San Francisco. which
sailed from Genoa yesterday evening, are
bound for Beirut and not for Port Said,
as previously cabled. The Machias, pre
viously sailed for Port Said, where she
Small Boat Founders.
DY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Vienna, Aug. 3r.-The report from
Cadiz, Spain, yesterday that the Austrian
torpedo cruiser Zenter (not the gunboat
Sherla) had foundered off that port, arose
from the fact that one of the boats of
the Zenter foundered. The boat's crew
Prinee Ferdinand Departs.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Kustendji, Roumania, Aug. 3s.-Prince
Ferdinand of Bulgaria embarked here at
midnight on the gunboat Nadicjda and
sailed for Burgas, Bulgaria.
Troops for ,Maoedonia.
BY ASSOCIATED PRF8S.
Belgrade, Servia, Aug. 31.-Two hun
dred well armed volunteers including four
officers left here for Macedonia during
TURKISH MINISTER CALLS
Chekib Boy Holds Conference With
9Y ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Washington, Aug. 3r.--Chekib Bey,
Turkish minister, had a long interview to
day with Secretary Hay.
He refused to discuss the interview,
stating that he had nothing to communi
cate further than what appeared in the
dispatches yesterday afternoon. After
that Secretary Hay visited the navy de
If the Turkish minister requested that
the European squadron be kept away from
Turkish waters his request probably can
not be granted, even should this govern
ment desire to accede to it, as the navy
department states that it will he impos
sible to communicate with either the
Brooklyn or San Francisco until they ar
rive at Birut.
Chekib Bey assured Secretary Hay that
the Turkish government had done noth
ing wrong and will use every endeavor to
protect American citizens residing in
He also discussed the conditions of the
insurrection in Turkey and said that the
Turkish government was not responsible
for any of the disasters that had occurred.
Secretary Hay's call upon Acting Sec
retary Darling was for the purpose of
ascertaining the whereabouts of the
European squadron and also what their
There is no intention of changing any
orders at present, especially as the ships
cannot be reached until they arrive at
No messages of importance have been
received from Minister Leishman today.
Situation Is Improving.
BY ASSOCIATED PkiES,M
Constantinople, Aug. .a.-In official cir
cles it is claimed that the situation in the
villayet of Monastir is improving and that
the troops are gaining the upperhand. A
flying column is being formed to fight the
bands in the Adrianople district, where
the military authorities are requisitioning
horses almost everywhere and giving vouch
ers payable after the restoration of peace.
Precautions have been adopted to protect
the Russian embassy and consulate, owing
to the receipt of anonymous letters threat
ening them with destruction.
Join the Insurgents.
DY ASSOCIATED PRESS,
Sofia, Aug. 31.-The Macedonian leaders
here claim that an aggregate of a,ooo Bul
garians have crossed the frontier in small
parties and joined the insurgents during
the last so days.
General Zontehoff, president of the
Macedonian committee and Colonel Jan
koff, one of the revolutionary leaders, who
are now in Macedonia, sent word that the
insurgent forces total za,ooo to 15,ooo men.
They expect that a general Insurrection
will be proclaimed this 'week.
Many Insurgents Killed.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
S.alonlca, Aug. 3.--The Bulgarian in
.- 'CCoatlnued on Page k$iea.
BEGIN A SESSION
SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE
PHILIPPINES OPENS ITS
DELEGATES CROWD ST. PAUL i
General Hale, President of the Ausocia
tion, Delivers an Informal
BY AIIOCIATED PRK81.
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. Ja.-The commit
tee in charge of the arrangements for the
annual convention of the Army of the
Philippines estimates that fully 3,ooo vet
erans will be housed in the city.
Wilder Metcalf, colonel of the Twentieth
Kansas regiment, Funston's old command,
and General Charles King were among the
General Hale arrived this morning and
proceeded to the home of (ien. C. McC.
Reeve in Minneapolis, where he will stay
during the reunion.
At a o'clock this afternoon the first
business session was held, at which Gen
eral Hale, as president of the association,
delivered an informal address, which dealt
mainly with the work of organizing in
dividual camps throughout the country.
General Hale spoke of the progress made
since the last encampment had revised the
constitution, and stated that under the
new laws matters were working out satis
The usual addresses of welcome were
delivered at this meeting, at which Gover
nor Van Sant spoke on behalf of the state
and General tHale responded.
Tonight the delegates will be entertained
at the Commercial club.
The election of officers and selection of
the next place of meeting will be held at
the last business meeting Wednesday.
Wednesday evening a campfire and pub
lic meeting will be held in the l'eople's
church, at which Gencral Hale will deliver
NEGRO KNIGHTS IN SESSION
Largest Conclave Ever Held Opens in
St. Louis, Mo.
RY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
St. Louis, Aug. 3J.-The largest con
clave ever held by the Negro Knights of
Pythias opened for a week's session to
day with Soo delegates front all parts of
the world present. It is the twelfth hien
nial conclave and delegates and represen
tatives to the grand lodge, the supreme
court of Calanthe and international en
campment of the uniform rank are in at
SEVEN MEN ARE BEING HELD
Chicago Police Trying Hard to Capture
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Chicago, Aug. 3t.-Of the It suspects ar
rested by the police following the murder of
Frank Stewart and John 13. Johnson, employes
of the Chicago City Mailway company, and the
looting of the company's safe Sunday morning,
seven are being held.
One arrest to which importance is attached
iv that of John Sleudcr, a former employe of
the company, who is known to have been in
the vicinity at the time the shooting occurred.
The fact that the two men who survived the
fire of the robbers can give but meagre descrip
tions of their assailants, lead the police to de
clare that every hour lessens their chances of
ever apprehending the guilty men.
NOT A PRISONER FOR LIFE
Father John H. Cushing Will Not Live in
RV ASSOCIATED PRES'.
Loittsville, Ky., Aug. 3,.--Fatlher John II.
Cushing today denied the story emanating
from Denver that he had been ordered to
Gethsenmane and there to remain practically a
prisoner for life because of his long light on
Ilishop Mats. Father (ushing has been, sent
in retreat at the Trappist monastery for a t
month or less by Archbishop Falconio, and
in'mediately thereafter will return to his dio
cese in Denver.
KILLS GIRL, THEN HIMSELF
KILLS GIRL, THEN HIMSELF
Bank Clerk in Richmond, Va., Commits
BY ASSOCIATED ',ItR1,8.
Richmond. Va., Aug. .l.--lerbert II. Ilates,
a crerk in the First National bank, today shot
and killed Miss Rena (entry.
lie then shot and killed himself. There were
no witnesses to the tragedy.
It is said that she had rejected his atten
MINNESOTA FAIR IS OPENED
Senator Fairbanks of Indiana Delivers
the Main Address.
BY ASSOCIATED I'RESS.
St. Paul, Aug. g3.-The Minnesota state fair
was formally opened today. The weather is
fine and the track favorable for a record per
formance by Dan Patch. Senator Fairbanks
of Indiana delievred the principal address.
MANY WOMEN ARE IN SESSION
Companions of Forusters in America
Meet in Philadelphia.
sY AS:O('IA:ED I'RERS.
Philadelphia, Aug. 31.--The eleventh blen
nial convention of the Companions of the For.
enters of America began here today with more
than Soo women delegates in attendance.
Nearly every state in the union is represented.
NOTED CLERGYMAN IS DEAD
R'ev. J. I. J. McConnell, D. D., Expires
RY ASROt'IAT'.I PRFSS.
Philadelphia, Aug. 31.-Rev. J. I. J. Mlc(on
nell, 1).1)., recording secretary of the Board of
Church Extension of the Methodist Episcopal
church, died today after a protracted illness.
STRIKERS RETURN TO WORK
Two Thousand Textile Workers Resume
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS,
Philadelphia, Aug. aS.t-Two thousand strnk.
Ing employes of the John and James Dodson
textile mills returned to work today.
SENATOR HANNA IS BETTER
Noted Ohio Political Leader Rapidly
Recovering His Health.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Cleveland, Aug. si.-Senator Ianna was so
much better today that he set up, for several
PLACED ON TRIAL
OFFICIALS OF NORTH JERSEY
STREET fRAILWAY COMPANY
APPEAR IN COURT.
SEVERAL STUDENTS KILLED
Corporation Managers Are Charged With
Having Contributed to the
BY AsUClIATED i':ssRR.
Newark, N. J.. Aug. 3t.--The seven
members of the executive committee of the
board of directors of the North Jersey
Street Railway company appeared today
in the Essex county court for trial on in
dictment cha;ging them with manslaughter.
(On February to last nine Newark high
school students were killed in a collision
between a Clifton avenue trolley car and a
Lackwanna express train.
Indictments were returned against Alex
ander J. C'assatt, president of of the Penn
sylvania Railroad company, John U. Criml
mins of New York; Edward F. C. Young.
president of the North Jersey Street Rail
way company and of the First National
bank of Jersey City: lDr. Leslic I). Ward,
vice president of the l'rudential Insurance
company : lisha H. t;addis, wholesale mer
chant and director of the 'ennsylvania
Railway company; David Young, vice
president and general manager of the North
Jersey and J. Roosevelt Shanley, menieinr
of the executive committee of the street
In addition to these men there also ap
Ipeared as defendants:
Charles M1. Shipman, former general
superinlendant of the North Jersny; James
Smith, Arthur W. Pratt and Richard lick,
division officials of the company.
The indictment of these olficials fol
lowed a verdict by the coroner's jury fixing
rcsponsibility on the North Jersey Street
MAYOR MULLINS MAY VETO
His Honor Preparing Message for the
Mayor Mullins is expected to present
the council with a veto or two at the
regular meeting to tie hrhll Wednesday
night. The mayor is said to be thintking
over his veto messages now.
The mayor is (xpectedI to place his
seal of disanpproval on the resolution tak
ing from the street commissioners the
hiring of teams and men for street work
and giving the power to the street and
The mayor is said to have been angered
over this resolution, as one of his sons
is street commissioner.
Another resolution the mayor is ex
pected to veto is the one abolishing tihe
position of assistant city attorney.
The sewer committee of the council
met this afternoon. The police and the
license committees are eplected to me.t
tonight, and the street and alley commit
tee tomorrow afternooln.
The last named committee is expected
to award the contract for futtrnishing city
lumber for a year.
NOTED SCHOLAR IS DEAD
Gen. Don Carlos Hasseltono Passes
Away in Denver.
BY ASSO('IA'II,81 I'lsS.
Denver, Aug. t3.-Gen. DI)on Carlos
HIasseltono, a distinguished scholar and
linguist, died at his home int this city to
lie was born in New Orleans in i825 of
Spanish Iarenlts. The elneral's great
great-grandfather w as sent by the Spani.,h
king to America to be governor general of
the entire Spanish possessions in the ntew
(;el. Ilasseltnno was a graduate of
Miami, Vale and Ilcidelbherg colleges. At
the outbreak of the civil war he entered
the confederate army as a major and was
sooni .madek a lieutenant colonel. lie was
captured as a spy and sentenced to be
shot, but escaped.
After the war lie studied engineering
and was a member of Co(mmodore Porter's
THREE MORE ARE IN CUSTODY
Great Northern Men Arrested Alleged
Conspirators at Havre.
sPE('IAI. 10 TIfH INTEl MOlN'JAIN.
Havre, Aug. 3. -- Three men named
Powers, Johnson and Hobart were ar
rested today at Malta by Great Northein
detectives and charged with conspiring
to hold up a train. With George Baker,
an account of whose arrest by Stock In
spector Hall appears in another dispatch.
they were taken to Glasgow.
The Great Northern officials deny that
Kid Curry is implicated in the plot, but
say they have positive proof of the guilt
of the suspects.
The Landubky authorities declare
Curry was seen in the hills near there
TROUBLE OVER A BRIDGE
Diugreement Between Contractor and
Owner Cause of Fight.
Marietta, Ohio, Aug. 31.--Following a
disagreement between the American
Bridge company, which erected a large
bridge here for the Ohio River Blridge
and Ferry company, and the latter, the
former refused to turn the finished bridge
over, and the latter took forcible pos
session at 6 o'clock this morning, aided
by the United Sta'es marshal and Ma
rletta police, driving the bridge company
guards off and running electric cars
across the bridge. Trouble is. now an
ticipated. . The electric cars carried
United States mail and could not be
COWBOY THROWN BY HORSE
Tom Call "Has His Arm Broken by a
8roneho That Won't Behave.
Dillon, Aug. 3.--Tom Call, a cowboy
in the employ of Ernest Selway, was
thrown from his horse yesterday afternoon
and his right arm broken. e
Ernest' Selway, J. E. 'Morse and 'Poin
dexter & Orr will ship 30 carloads of sheep
Tracy brothers of Red Bock will ship
Dj.9 Mad of horses tomorroWs
BEN A, COSBY
GETS IN TROUBLE
SOCIETY MAN CHARGED WITH
GRAND LARCENY BY THE
M. O. P. CO.
CASE IS SETTLED BY FRIENDS
Later On Constable Harrington Sends
Out a Constable to Arrest the
len R. Coshy, a well known )'oulng so
riety manI and an emlphloye of I:. Augustus
Ilriner, was charged by coimipltlint hted in
Justice Tint Ilarrington's ot.ie Saturday
niight, with the crime of grandl l.lrccty.
rThe cotmplaninant in the case wa- the
tol:tana ()rr 'Purcxhasing cglluta;li. and
Ill tIIIIt1 the 'young m11a1 is cIih.Kgrtld withl
liapprlopriating was $Sl.75.
I he sumnt namedl. however, is nttly ole
i nattiy peculations the yoiltiig iin it a;c
Sl'sed illof. the total s lnu r |liing to sIlle
tIlng over $2,,oo.
Aftrr the complaint waL tfit'ed in the
ljustice court, a warrant for ti h.)'i r.,rest
waa- issued and he was taken into cuaistly.
Ile did not have to go It jail. hIowevelr,
I. the case was serttliied Iy his ftironl*. ilne
1I whom in said to have put up a. chl'Ick
for $t..noo to cover the money iinlhe: /ihed.
I ohy is accused of hatinig piltatell
( Irious istints of monet y, ea.' I . h tl lll(itilg to
* on or thereatnit, ldurintg a Iperiod o
tolit years. covering those tlaalll tini in .I
v y th:tt prr tl'ted di,,svco ry. and hi., de
(iatltins utily becautle known i .,itiurd:t .
Clerk for M. O. P. Company.
ICorhy was a clerk in the l . I. i 1, fli ( ,.
a.tl among his duIties was to pay til sail
rlds for freight tartiTl or his emptt .er.
I',' also had the makinig up It the .t:
c'Ints ili hiis hiands.
According to the story of the tIn
plillanlt's ofilicials. who brought thit- ch.rve'
aliinst him, he fatlsild the aciir iini ., ir
'rated to the colptlaty for tihe inlr als.
Amiontg other chargle agailnt thle .1. It)
I. couillpa y was that ut sxiituthinig. itt it
aý,- illn connlction wl ith thll . swillslnt hi1111
that the peculations a.er .onl itlt l.
The other acciunts were ite'iire. iut
the switching items were bulked in Ihi
tatieloleita ptcaonted by (iustly ito the coil
1 '-y wha'II he imade op the : utcui .uts tlle i
the charge of "Sahtehiiiig.
lie is accusd oft r i. ii g t hi s h i. eih .Ii l, ut
$S.o at a timle whlen he IrecuiIl ilth
t ft ne ntl upon which tIh M. to. I'. on:
g.ofy drew itsi ch 'ck to pay thie ithilit.
Company Pays the Freig.:.
'he colpany pai l tht f:ti :ht . ln ibI
ar a rebate from the railr:ad if th'
tlilount lie had .welled the hill. expl.iningi
to a ilruad that there, hadl hta a ., m
tna.. ac, . h ,.t., and, that ithei' uiiy
M nict. was pai hLark to him hiu'l,.,rd to
suoIn,.- other railroad or ilconcen doii , hitusl
n 's with the Ileinzi. oe'an l, y.
When surii x ii.l iui i fttn. itu ,i n thie ti fuli
tnot. anil expert was tilt Iti w irk oniii lis
.looks, inv .stigl.ting the pai y nl , ii Ihal haiI
hten imiadl to thei railrioad,. an he wo.
kepit undlter survtilllince until iti lls hl I
Fur the ptirpose( .i a chai le . f t'l;,id
larceny, a fel.i y, oui emi, l Ied sillul ia
e-i dillt $5 wa.s. a, gioodi a. " il, i
ith' defenldant was chargedi with appolrrlr
aIt.ng ione itill of $ll.75, . I' hr cte plant
w:.si drawn iby A .hitant I untly Autililty
Friends Benin Work.
is booni as the news ol f the chiaru, hlad
i clme iic public riunil, .f the nirii., t I hli
giI to take ateps tloward s.flin.. ig the int
t" for bill, and thi. check I'r $. ,0.. . was
fit 'Illy adva ,celI too Ohi. M . 1I) 1'. ,., p n,
it hying. i tlrstrod that it woudlt tour
al the def.ailcations.
That setlel niirnt w;a . ru:i ii Ii , l.t diay.
I. t this mnornilIng Justiice lar linitol . it
li- conuitatlc out to ri ai rt-,t I t a), the
ju tice court costs in the cti--- . t uing
. I'l pay the Cioats.
'oshy is saiu to have drir ltn ;a -,lao ry
ofi $15 i a imonth ftlln the lnII:lniII ()rt
I' :rchlinug eo:ulpaiy.
OYERRULES THE DEMURRERS
N,*ton Orders Case of the Firemen vs.
Frinke to Go Oi.
S i. ',t [ l. 'If '1 i n1 . I N I I It 't,), '4.
Anaconda, Aug. 11. I; th,. ra;c. of ith.
' tc of Montaina cx rn it;. F. Nel.sonl J.
J. Ilarper. Steve O'Neil, J. II. 1'luiilr, 'I.
l' llovl, Ilehry Quihe, and J. ". nI.g,
. rates John W'. Frinike. mayor of Ania
conda, the denmurrers of th)" dhf'fl:sut
user. overruled by Judgle Nptoti in the lii
trict court here today aiild the case ordtIered
fhis is the suit in which the fireui,ian of
An aconda seek to force the iiimayor to, igni
warrants for their pay.
ltooth & Morrin of Ilutte and C. M. Saw
y'r are attorneys for the plainttiff aind G;.
I'a Winstont and WV. Ii. 'rippet for the
IN HONOR OF DEAD HEROES
,'-morial Services Held by the Billings
tI'i r[tI. TO) T t: INTE- MIi NIAIt~,
Billings. Aug. 3t.---Thein local fire depart
nt':lt held services at the ccrmetery yesteiir
day iln tnlctory of the deal Illellcl's.'.
lI )wars were many and beautiful.
Kain & Vautghn have sold the C. 0. 1).
store to II. K. T'honmpon anli J. E. Jones.
D)istrict court convened here this Iurn
ii.) and a jury will be imipaneled today.
FOR INTERNATIONAL CONTROL
BY ASSOCIA'IED tl'l Rt,4
Berlin, Aug. 31.-A technical paper pl),-l
lished inl this city says it learns that the
delegates of nearly all the t'ountrits \which
partieipated in the recent intcrnatiotal
congress of wireless telegraphy in this
city, whose sessions were secret, favored
International control of wireless telegraphy
and advocated that no land station refuse
to take a message if cotlmprehenlsibe front
any ship using a system different to the
company ownidg the station.
May Develop Marble.
stPI;cIAL TO Tilla IN' iit aii'NTAIS..
Big Timber; Aug. 31.--(' 1I. ). P. Chis
Jtolm of ]lozemtan was here yesterday to
look over the deposits oif marble recently
discovered in Deer Creek. tic may develop
IS LAID IN GRAVE
CEREMONIES OVER THE FORMER
PREMIER OF EN ' AND
QUEEN SENDS z WREATH
Public is Barred C and But Few
Mourners I 4t I the
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pIls 1"l'tth 1 hI .. l t11 11 i :iu1 ll t'us'lF.
FATHER IN CASE OF COUPLE
Liop-rs Drive to VwCI na City From,
Dillon .at Brelknecl' Speed.
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BRYAN TOO BUSY TO TALK
p tl , 11 :At II 11.m 1 ".
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ACTUARIES ARE IN SESSION
Many Delegates Gather at the Conven
tion in New York.
I1Y ,'.- l Al l l I l I' (I uSS.
New .'rlk, Aug. I.t. 'lihe lo rth Int'ron
tlmlial cilongl( . o( =i lll;nrl 4 mll l Ill |this ctI y
'1 I . h ii .li ;;ti s in( t'lcd InII fran vt v rral for
Th'i labor and Col.nnur, Gieorge
II, (ortelyou, who iv :in honoriy m|tle . r,
was, deh .gat,', by tle irl id,'e to ol*n tile
. c in i nd i ti hrred Ini ll t.
'1hr :,'to ia ll ' 1 ('-lllhi C tinue tr lthe w .k,
DYING FROM DEEP GRIEF
Man Who Killed His Son Slowly Pasging
J. li t, Ill., A,1g. 31, John (f',o11, it w,;llthy
fLt toitr, who -1ot alnd killtl hi"s flavlrll'e m1
I.nt July during a ii qutarr.l, is dying of i rcu ,.
Ie ha. bea, t..k. n fram the jail to the ho-'i
tIal, ualnl the doctorc ':t)y will nlu, Iii. to) nll 'wer
the il llnidcinct agains't him.
PRINCE HENRY GOES TO KIEL
Ordered to Take Command at That
BY' AiniO) IA'ii) IRhRss.,
JIerlin, Aug. 31.-A cabinet urder jlust issued
assigns Admiral Prince Ilenry of lrussia to
comm.and the naval station at Kiel. Admiral
K.siter succeeds the prince in conunand of
the active squadron.
STOCK EXCHANGE TO CLOSE
No Business Will Be Done in London
BY ASSO('IATED PgIESS
London, Aug. 3i.-Tlhe stuck exchange hers
w1 be closed on Satwlday, September S.
LEFT FAR IN
Defender Again Shows Its
Superiority Over the
THE SEAS ARE HEAVY
Owing to Light and Fickle
Wind the Time
Reliance could not finish within the
time limit today and the race with Sham
rock Ill was declared off.
The Lipton boat was fully a mile and
a half astern when the defender crossed
Another race must be sailed before
the cup contIsts: can be decided.
1lit I I I I ii I l t ii ; 1,.
New Y"irk, Aug. .lt.- .1 au' U llnnaI,:
tirihm ishih'h hu.l kiept ltli.,ilce :ad Shatit
=,Isk III i l l 4 1 hIti s itlhihin the si ltcr
iI Sitily Ilhk lhy hadl blown iti If nut
'.li ha it ily flhl. nllnI l Ig to eallh , the lsto
iari .. l v inllil.te .liant nlrl inllto tlhel. 4 itln
" ,.1 p hil it rio tlll l lltii it their oi. . fir
Ihe pale, hlo wrvl r, hail lleft aI, a tlke
i it . I," lllyilh a ut1. tIllln y ss.|ll In ihit
ulsh, nl I1t. Is., its. . willii Sh linnil k iti hit,
h I i ',ta i l ii i -he p int ii lSa ldy Il k they
it i it, b';,iln Ino 1,ll .11141 w.elllw like a
iunpl, oit 4. hat nl.t
'I hi l is hail little lttraciltiin fir sictlia
trs to ilr the t.Llk 1 iil. whih still hulag
Little Interest Shown.
'iii hlu -m.itin if ise yacht iowtn rs til
s.l.mt the ii .iani triier liniatl, if possiblel the
•,ri S ias -.;ei. all nll all sidrs that the
iiiti'riut iii th l racs il h I Ibe llpretty well
daiieirl llby the iuumtviirllii delays.
It was i.tll surpisuilg thereifore that the
lirct s lii fillhwed ltr tl.l racers wasi .
Iisre sl t l l tla. . I whi saw the yachci
in tIhe pro viius csaciiis,t
illl rl lits, were iaicl ipaniiieil i the
ltir Iir linii by 'aiicily half a ill, iiit tIugs,
;t 1 w ihl.in y hiih ;.tili two iir three ex
ioll inii laihts, so. lih t the revlltue cutitte
shlish I iriveii ln the scene t. little late hall
try little tit d iii kll ,ping the space
.butl tlih lilhlthip lir fr, i. r i iinterleretice.
'I i..i r i how hiisti d their main-.ails lie
fir. livilit for the start tindl werei well
niot ti hie litlhtshlip by it) o'clitk, nilt hour
l firi tlii, tih l t. s.it for tie c iutestl.
4 Ill ailhinii g the lightilsihip tIny fintill
that Ii, wiilnd was ahuliut east niorthliist,
willh ai v Iiily ioi uollti ten miiles. Iloilt
ilaceirs iidrlipp.l their hii lineiis and hirke
out thlir jibs,
Ready for the Start.
I"hay ltu.. ,lfl and nn aih ut h tlilshilp,
tIrvii liit str.ngtilh if the wind ainl sca,
ails. While this waik was going on the
liu Navigato iiiv tl vel ilt thile regatta
In. iwittc iln st pipe r i n ar the lightship
whil l, t lhe cniiii llt triled the wind's
',t ,illh ;iltll the cha ,ures fior startiing the
ratie Iroila that point.
I iplatii Iiarr tot Ililianle ilil i;l aptail
Wtf ifil-, i of Slhuuirck III evidently lie
lI vtil early iii tihe day the race woluld
h, sailel. fiir thil crr wv if biitlt boats
put tilp their jilbs ianld to.p hiails in stops.
itui ltuiti aetivi- lirtlulartuillt. tli gui out.
Sit 1 hituitis. l.it'ii, nit Ilhti Eriti, atutilel!
us hie siiill:
"IA. II, I gui-s wi're ill prlitty lin
jilgi.s of thu weatlhir hlre. It looks
teute like a alhii Ihii a lit-re.ze atoi heavy
(aptalit i harr saiul thlire wiillld lie iit.
olijeetiot1 iii, the day if the Itreeze taut
titineiil to fail, aud tliat wo uonil lie the
chopliy sea wliacht woolil retard the bluitlt
aitnd pirevr iit itheir ihuiiiig the coursie itnsil.e
the Iitiie litiit.
Rain Ceases to Fall.
The rain of tlie early morning had
cleared at 8:. anttd alorng the horizon:.
line was a streak of light that gave the
impression. that the re woult he iplenty of
bright suinshine weather before tnoon ar
'I he wind was to mtiles an hour at R:Jo
and lbthi e ac'rs were reatly to be towed
During the early murning hours the
sea grew cahlmer. The huge meetings of
groten fouam rappedl waves'. i that had sent
terror to the hearts of owners of small
cra;fts had entirely disaplpeared, and rolls
that crested only as they reached the
beIch took their place. It is this sea,
hiowever, that racing yachts do not take
to kindly. It catches thlem at the stem
andl if they are carrying muich sail it is
apt to strain both masts and rigging and
cause a break, such as occurred to Sham
rock II, two years ago when, pounding
down in a heavy sea, she broke a stay
and dropped her topmast.
Waiting for Committee.
At 9 o'clock both yachts raised their
mainsails and were awaiting the arrival
of the Navigator with the committee
aboard. The wind was blowing steadily
at so miles at the Hook, but with indica
tions that it would be not so fresh out
side or near the lightship.
At o:o8 both yachts took a tow line
from their tenders and started out of the
Continued on Pags Seven.)
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