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y r Y CIA Al', ýqý..: rz;ý4 M'" a ý aia r<" ('r . '.d x 1Yo-i. ý t ý 1r ý'I r;-~'··: 'LAL , rl Wiand I° e * d.mptI A* : ' ýýl r HERE'S YOUR CARTOON, MR. BRYAN MI&S HARRIET QUIMBY DIES IN A THOUSAND-FOOT FALL SAYS PJ.AiN9 OR CLARK SAN NSA I ~R~ 4EBRASKAN Dsltimuoi , uly 1.- A personal ` tonight to William or : Oovernor David of artial who laid Hld pW6 bet All, tI n 1ojoftlolo hall this ettienoou wli ,' lafl: n4eM·t plw, In fro of 'the Nebraskan a b $srq bw.f4 with Mr :Arymn'. %~n~. sad ~the'action o! ' I 1tci ii lc thbrr ··t banner was 4 the opinion ve happenied hia, Clark Wa4 known tQ, .to Baltimore from * -,.ome of a iend 414 not appensa 'oata an his Thle _` , lryan;'r;i~~:·sr~~ir~ ~ : j*.L 0:·· A Gust of Wind Upsets Monoe apad W oman and Pass ee r Are Thrown Into Dor .chester 'Bay and Instantly Killed. Boston. ,Jualyv 1.i-.4lI Hawrlet Qulm tby of 'New York, the first woqmn to win an alvator's leoenne In An riq a; and the first woman to, oroba\ the tOngllsh ohuauel In anj aerog..lane. * Inusag· ly 4 1ld 'bttim avsningA with her puasn, Al. P.' WillArd, maaaegr of the Bolton aviation meet at Atlan. 44-w+4 1i i 1r Blerlot monoplane tea Into Dorioheater bay from a he'tgt\,et 9,OO feat.'' The acoident hwIe rI a,0. Quky aid Wxlaid w~r returning from a trip over .oato hIarbor to SoBton light, a diSet ., of 10 swie In all. The fight, wad,)*; *9LItU4S 'i~f~*ik ·~~ni9Flot, ol the" Wti iývoael of Military plane, ohf ldt aiatn4 44. U Us l. (· 1 i 1 Qll ro *a' 10 -Ye too eh~ i Vf~ ,.;Fqsr an U1 "' ly 5 'ý i nt~fstp~rC IIR~;~l 7I ,Mon from the yacht club, In motor I oats, were on thie spot quickly and I leaping ovenboard dragged 'the bodice I out of the mud into which they had I sunk deeply. hDeath was instantangous. EBothl 'odlles were badly crushed. Ilev oral of rMiss Qulnmlby's bones were 'broken and there were many large Sbruises. Willard, who weighed 390 pounds, hit -the water face firt and also su ·talund several fractures' a14d bruises. The olothing of both flyers were torn ndthe 'bodies wire so covered with Stbat It was sevral minutes be e* he' doctos could etermine the St 1.Ietent of the In ure. 5bodlea were lal4 on ,the ground ao 4'00e' of the avilation fiel4. A of stage etavalry halt tie. drowd Il)r, a George Shesnal, ; tlhe iredn; ti4p hasty exapaia 'a et# 'in ment+ the victims bt e a to a hospltal. p i high at 'the atlme of the tll, 1ane1te Stuart loott, adot. n iimr,° talngi part 26 ( Astra :g , & , . a . Pik t` WILSON IDELKETES WIlL IEKHEi.I WITH SSH PRIENDS OF NEW JERbEY GOV ERNOR WILL SEND FUND TO THOSE HARD UP. 9 fi'aglrt, N. J., July I.--A pledre of $5,0O0 to p.y the bills of Wilson deleI gates to thLe Ialtlmore conventlon Wgs 1made tonight Eby Bamuol Ludlow, Jr., a banker of Jersey ICity, and Joseph A. llernatln,, a merchant of the same Reports from Baitlmore that on aoa count of the egtended session many of the delegations were hard up caused Itre Jersey mea to come Isere to make their offer. Stand by Governeo "We are not golng to permit Govern* or Wilson's rtfht for the priredeney to fall at the riIlte for lack Otf fund," maid Mr. Ludlow at the oonterenoe' "We will be ptepalfd to pay the hotel bill. .and other ltvl'fg expenses whidhl -the Wileoq delUgatel at $altimoro' are Isiable to PL4V', .We expect to9 pend g leasot 15.090 hlig why. It necessary We can raisep 40,o60 in 24 houqt and Will do so. W o will pay InSy sum needed to ketp tbhie men In BHIItI mneare' . Wlleoni Dssn't Know. Governor W$iesn when asked to. ablgl .bout the 'Wilson fund" satd the ,l, n of M4sprs. Ludlow and Bern rtla h.ad notIas.,q referreod to . k.d at all and that 4 tisapt be un4sertood it. ,&rgoi0lwaeit 410" ttitners they 1,4 go w'thorut hbi o4tl gknowledyg of their MI##.h . . DELEGATES ARE VERY CRANKY OVER TH E PROLONGED SESS.i: ANb DISPLAY THEIR TEMP Baltimore, July 2.-The deadlocked democratic national convention went throug h: an. other mopotonous round of balloting tonight: Five roll calls in which Governor W od rw.* lVilsrn g.irned steadily and Speaker Champ Clark as steadily lost, were taken with out distinctive result. .The ,eepting started auspiciously for Wilson with, the 35th ballot and on the 39th he had passed the 500 mark with one and one-half votes to spare. Clark in the same bal. l i,.St ly vqtes. On the 40th call of the roll, Wilson's 501/!, remained the same and Clark gained a single vote, leaving him 423. Meantime the vote for Oscar W. Undeir wood fluctuated within 10 votes of the 100 mark. By the time the 40th ballot had been con chided there was seemingly no hope of a TOLL OF LIVES S DT YET OVER FPORTY PERSONS FOUND DEAD AFTER TORNADO IN SASKATCHEWAN. ?8TPERY DAMAGE IS B, Regint,. ahclk.. July I --l'arly are kllown to h) dltad tiand a numbeliir of bodies remain in the d4 *brl left by llast iight's to.rnadou, which wrought havoc in this city. Therle are fully 440 I.jurel and several will die, The prnlperty loss I elstimated at $10,000, 000 to l.$11,000.000. The delris In Is Ing remtnoied sllwly, for the workers scen afri!,d pf their task. Mainy streets are bloeked and wide detlurs hnve to he mlide to Let to certain pr it 'sn of the city. Th'e dleath list Iprotlly will reaclh C0O, flr mlany Ipersons were hlltllg )on Vanicuieti Illkt when the. storml hit Re gina and only two or three. hllave. hlie'n iineountrtd for. Some of them were secn struggling In the water. llTheir bodie will enot lie rlecovered until the tlake dries tip il the late summlter. . Wild rumors are being rtceived from outside points of tarm houses having heen destroyed and their in mates killed. but all rural telephone llnes are down. The strom lasted only a short time, in fact, It was over so quickly that the people hardly had time to realise whiat had taken place anti thousands had en almost niraculous escape frtmi death. Girls Glve Notioe. Bulldings only a block from the path of the storim vIre InJu'ed only slghhtly. The flrst Intintatlon that those outside of the storm oane hleaerd of the diaslter was when three rlris Wiho lhad eclapo4 from- tihe wrecked telephone elctinge belonging to the government telephone Ilr.w appeared at a newspaper office and told their expelrience. 'Th yotlng wormen had mild fprmn the secund floor of the, tle. phone bulldlin to the baselnplt, car-. lied down by a ISlo-tn swlluh board. Noon hundreds of willing hatnde be gan the work of mrecuing. The electrie light plant pupplying the city was put out of commlission when the storm struck, adding con tfulon and badly retardinl the work. f Many freaks of the wind are shown. The roof of a factory building was caprjid three blocks and crashed throug9h a htlndlolpn pelfy aelldence. Pour livery sluhbles were 4Lemollshed antd overy holore In ecih tf thoem We ed Orls Esecape. * The escape of 60 girls working in the telephone exqhange was extraor d dlnary. The building was oomplete e ly demolished. It was at first be 'ileved that a large ndimber had been killed. 1 uperintendent J. It. Suther ia wiylpe4 te general offices at Winnipeg arly In }hle plth that rolb Sably to0 gir ha e b)n k1ll94 ind fl 'Injured. This, poweyveP, p.rwve4 to be ,: uhOeil, Isat IP'W many Wetp injured I i not' known/ but 1lle Was killed h sad none fatllry 'hurt. On Lorn street, }aloe of the princlpal residence thorou.tghiies, scarqely a building was left standing. The Caldng an POflotIrailway yards Is i flat expan.se ff uined shops and tralps. Not t whole car remanll Ih the yards, pie of $ithen Wor* platren up by thie wind and esarled for asv. eral blookl, On iwaf. otaried lsear through the freight. #ihd.. t TPhe whole iorth U1d4i of the city i. prctlically wiped oUt. No dpe knows Lt how many ,are dfad on tht side, A 1t. cauo was ealmid (rom' Vsesana lake 0 to Victoria .pak, a dlstance of tree %S.atisuii as Paz } *vasp)t) nomination. The delegates sat in a sort of stupor. The roll call clerks entered the vote, mechanically, often without waiting for the responses from the various states. At the end of the 40th ballot a tired Alabama delegate moved to adjourn, but when a roll call on the motion 'was demanded by Wilson forces he withdrew it. Another at tempt was made to adjourn after the 41st ballot and again it failed. The deadlock seemed more complicated than ever when adjournment was'taken at 12:34 a. m. until noon today. Woodrow Wilson had made steady gains during Monday's , balloting until he reached a high-water mark of 501~j2 votes on the 39th ballot. He remained stationary on the 40th and then began to 'lose ground. The last ballot was the 42nd when Governor Wilson polled 494 votes. Speaker Champ Clark reached the lowest ebb of his can didacy on the ballot where Wilson reached a. crest. He went down to 422 votes at that time, but then began to pick up and had gone to 430 when adjournment was taken. The speaker came over to Baltimore during the evening and was a guest at the home of Mayor Preston near Con vention hall. He returned to Washington shortly before midnight. A weary, bedrag l'd, peevish aggregation of delegates and alternates drifted into the convention hall tonight1 with a long' dreary night session in prospect. They confronted the same monotonous grind of balloting that had continued from last Friday morning. Almost a full week of controversy between rival factions had sorely tried the patience and tempers of the delegates and the crowd was an irritable and excitable one. The tensity of the situation had shown itself in a semi-riot on the floor in the afternoon when William J. Bryan found himself in the midst of half a score of fist fights. Police were warned to exert extraordinary. vigilance in the future. The slow rise and fall of the vote of favorite candidates throughout the day lhad increased steadily the growing bit terness of the last week, and tonight a match of offense touched to the extreme excitement would have set the en tire convention ablaze. It was on this situation that .many leaders based a hope of a final vote and nomination before the night was over. They argued that the weary' delegations would Break from hard and fast lines, and throw enough votes td one of the candidates to end the suspense. Others contended that the situation made impossible an agreement on any candidate now before the convention. They pointed to today's phys. ioal clash between the Clark and Wilson forges as an evi dence that neither would allow enough votes to go to the other to -nominate, The Wilson forces, however, encouraged by their steady gain throughout the day, were optimistic. They asserted that in time 'they would secure a majority of the conven tion and then the delegates, ready to do almost anything to end the struggle, would flock to the Wilson standard. Another attempt to reach some sort of agreement among the leaders failed tonight, The so-called conservatives were in conference, National Chairman Mack, Charles F. Mur phy of Tammany Hall,.Colonel George Harvey, Representa tive J, Ja Fitzgerald of New York and Roger C. Sullivan of l'llinois, dined together. After the dinner Chairman Mack said everyone seemed to be "sitting tight." "I do not believe either Wilson or Clark can be nom inated now," Mr. Mack said, Convntitlon hIll was almrlUt.. m ,n. Convention hull . woras gt.lme. tn peded tlnight by .uhtWlr40d of por sunM who Wur1 41oae4H admlllsluon qfter C. lrlrpiln Jlnes urdervd the po lice to 4dmnlt u olli exWept delegutls, ltlrnllitew Inld meImbers of the pruss. When the order war Issued the pd. lie were having trouble preventlng crusher at the doors and In thu streets around the hall, Within a few minl utes the authorities were confrnuite4 wth a l tuatlbn ? Yt.iQIa that re serVes Wf.; a t af arnd the orowd* driveln to *i te 4dars. In hfrot of tlhe hIll these,;lpt wau roped off at each entratie' of the bu!lding and double lines of pololi stationed across . the strpets. No onq wars permitted through these lines without a dele gate badge, and tlokut, or press badge and ticket, By 10 o'clook' it wnu eMltjhetiut lOlUO ,pursVons were BeIkett I thrw atrvcute !gsl1qttipi fr' &a0lnthsuni ..but none ti~uL1ld ol0(dr' thet police, It warn the anrt thiniu ol titou (liv&rnltion that pt'aoau ilihn wtii) ntrciiiuary to avoid pornsible irrldunt Ini 'th hail ainl at the 'doors, 'liii' pollirii orders weore U rn tglo that evtrtl uioirgatuw who hail tngoottei tIeir t ~iIjes were excluded f the hall for an hour before they oi4ul get word to the Inside and obtuJzt.4ptq, !ketllni. The hall Itselt warn Its vapcitty, htundreds standing1 alrnh4, around the seat sections ground floor, GaIlslernis qro wdgd.. , lmm I'fo the viiiogCot the 1Qll z thirty-flift ballot, 'hp oaling s~s+Nvn bras delayed . y, the f' "Abe "deft to arrive. 0triarmttIl did not reawh tha rtamn4 until iita t aiter `w, e dru p"q f }, tauatglued ;f em.' b ý,. , .eye~r,, 41 ! Ci1' « h,'