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i k WEATUER Fair tonight ana Saudar v AlJlCnFalr tonight and Similar 4
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I I RACING SPORTS f I I Circulation Books Open to All I I II drralntton Books Open to All I RESULTS EDITION IIJc ii J
j Belhi 3 to 5 Chance in Rich Tidal
Stakes Is Beaten by Ort Wells and
I Waterside TopHeavy Choice in the
Foam Runs Third
I L Jockey Hildebrand Rides the Winners
of Both Feature Events Workman
and Armenia Four in All and in Succession
i cession
I good hlEhcIaBK sport Is always a mag
net for the turfites was well proven
I J ngriln here today for the crowd that
I th Coney Inland Jockey Club enter
tained was In number pretty close to
that which gathered Suburban day It
vas racing at Us brut and while the
majority of the bettors be they plunger
or pikers contributed liberally to the
horde of the layers all were willing to
ot the diyB eport a success
The days results proved exceedingly
disastrous to the followers of form
1 Just what they counted on failed to
happen and Rood things went astray
hu with a regularity that was as bewll
V J derlrig at costly the first Inning fa
i Vv vdrHo belrir Armenia In the filth event
II Jb Most costly of the days upsets was
I J flt the dtfeat of Delhi In the Tidal Stakes
> and of JVatcrslde Jn the Foam Both
were at odds on and carried heavy
Btablo commissions The Tlday stakes
went to Ort Wells from the sta
ble of John A Drake It was gen
erally supposed that nc would not go
the dlstancca mile and a quarter and
t I this helped t encouraae the faith of the
admlrore Of the Keene colt Delhi btu
the latter was beaten at the end of
reven furlongs and Ort Wells the next
thingto him galloped home
John E Madden captured the Foam
stake with Fl > back who Is Improv
ft jng with each stall Ho not alone made
alt the running but won going away
with the sure thing Waterside third
t Ilttdebrand rode both tho Btuke win
11 ners Armenia nnd Workman making
I four victories for the afternoon
1OO to 1 Shot ncntcn n Head
V IjnciOft curried the bulk ot the
I > plungers money for all his form war
ranted the play But when It came to
it lacing he wns never prominent Ho
broke well but soon dropped back In
the ruck where he finished Jack Mc
i eon a 100tol shot led a close bunch
to the main track whore Workman
Joined him nnd the two fought It out I
to the end with the last named the
I S winner bv a head Jack McKeon who
was stopping some beat Ike 8 a neck
O with H rpevm u clo e fourth
Sheriff Bell Wink AgaIn
The betting In the second shitted
about nl a rate that was puzzling nnd
finilly settled down with Mlneola nnd
I Uold Money equal favorites at 13 to 5
When they broke they were badly
i ktrung out with Gold Money nt the
rear end of the line Dimple and Gray
I 3 rial at once set out to make the run
nlng and a merry pace they made of
it Rounding the turn for home there
was a general closing which left the re
I sult In idoubt tothe end The decision
was In favor of Sheriff Bell by a length
I and a half Gray Friar lasted long
enough to beat Roehamptona head for
the place
1 to Shot Wins Third
l The favorite the third race Water
side wna heavily played by those who
look for certainties end they accepted 1
iRumored in Brooklyn that the Supreme CcWt
V Justice Decides that Games on
l Sabbath Are Illegal
It was rumored about the Brooklyn
11 w I i k CourtHouse tills afternoon that the
r 11 sealed decision handed down by Justice
Gaynor in the Sunday baseball case was
in favor of the Sabbatarians and that
there would bono more Sunday games
I all Washington Park or anywhere else
in Newyork City No confirmation of
tk the rumor could bo obtained
1 Justice Gaynor has expressed himself
L strongly in favgr of permitting this
Lw form of recreation on Sunday provided
the peace and religious comfort ot the
i community was pot disturbed and he
I took occasion to score the police for
1 1 arresting the players previous case
If he has decided against a continuance
< y Of tho Sunday ames It has been
against hIs ncIipaUoni and only be
I I au bote who Instigated the present
I A jffUdn reent4d a substantial ca of
f ii t
FIRST RACEWorkman 6 to 1
1Jack McKeon 100toU2 Ike 83
SECOND RACESheriff Bell 5
to 1 1 Qrey Friar 6 to 1 2 Roe
Hampton 3
THIRD RACEFlyback 10 to 1
1 Tongorder 10 to 1 2 Water
side 3
FOURTH RACEArt Well 4 to
1 1 > Delhi < 7to 10 2 St Valen
tine 3
FIFTH RACE Armenia 8 to 5
1 Dick Barnard 610 1 2 artlI
SIXTH Gold Dome 20 to
H 1 Daleaman 6 to 5 2 Grace
ful 3
to 2 counting ll a liberal price It fatted i
to prove no for the finish found him
third In his previous races ho has been
ante to race his competitors Into sub I
mission In the first quarter Today they I
wereiiblo ° to keep him busy all the way
arid under the pressure he swerved re
peatedly First honors went to Flyhack
decisively He raced with tho leader
from the lifting of the barrier nnd as I
they ncared the end draw away win
ning by three lengths from Tongorder
who wan a length and a half In front ot
Waterside the latter finishing very
Ort AVclU Taken the Tidal
The detent of three favorites gave tho
layers some courage and they laid 3 to
C against Delhi In the fourth looking
for another upsetting of calculation
and the result was In their favor WKM
the lifting of the barrier Odoni sent
Delhi alone to make the running and
before the stand was reached he was
well clear of the others Down the
back stretch he retained his advantage
but rounding the far turn Ort Wells
moved up In a way that looked dan
gerOUs mid that what It was for be
fore the homestretch was reached he
was in front with De lit beaten Once
clear Illldebrand took Ort Well In
hand He won with a lot to sale
Delhi although tired beat St ValonZ
tine three lengths for the place Or
mondes Right wan never a factor
Armenia AVIni Rnnlly
Armenia was the hope of the losers In
the fifth race and this time calculations
proved correct The price 8 to B looked
liberal and that Is what U was She
worked clear of her field In a doz4
strides otter breaking In front and It
was plain sailing to the end where she
was nn easy winner by halt a length
from Dick Bernard who beat Martin
mas a like distance for the place
Otol Shot Win
Dalesman who was heavily played
for the closing event Just failed to land
GoldDome a20 to I chance In a fu
rious drive beating him a head Grace
ful who made most of the running
was third at Dalesmans head
disturbance of tho religious
peace of all
or some of them
Justice Gaynors decision wfll not at
fect tomorrows game between the
Olantu and the Brooklyns In fho Sab
bathlovlng borough The game will bo
Harvard 0000100001
IJoly Cross 00 b 1 0 0 0 63
CAMBRIDGE Mass June 18IIar
yard had a chance to coi even with
Holr Cross today for the drubbing
administered by the Worcester nine
last month Coburn was on the slab
for the crimson and Carr was again
at third after an absence of some days
caused bya bad band < I
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tz Re N W pN I
Eastern Horse with Jockey
Fuller Lands Blue Ribbon
Event of Western Turf
50000See Race
CHICAGO June ISHlghball won the
American Derby here today Woodson
was second and Rapid Water third The
distance wan one and onehalf miles mid
the time 233 Jockey Fuller rode the
Fifty thousand racegoers saw the stir
ring contest For the first Imo In the
history qt this turf event there was no
betting on the race
The Mgopsn spacc rider the grand
stand which In past years hus been
Jammed and packed was deserted to
day until late in the altcrnoon when the
big Jam on the lawn forced back those
In the rear
The absence of Bookies and the tip
sters from the coureo made the day
more of asoclety event than ever The
Inn fid was a Jam of coaches traps Inn
I ifeaus and vehicles of every description
I The clubhou lawn and the verandas
were a mass of color and the big
I grandstand was packed from end to
end with a crowd that began to arrhc
bcforo noon
Highball got off well and was second
for the tint mil He then went to the
front und was never cumht
Highball IH the first IIiHtern colt to
win the Dcrbj Rapid Watei iiot tier
Kasterner wall tlilnl Tin hors tint
ran tin most lemaikahlo riro was
Wondsoii He Clinic finm sixth puslllmi
at the head of the Htretih with a Kieit
burst of speed j
Fort Hunter got his head In front nt I
tho end of the first mile and then V
fided Rapid Witei 011 nlvvavH well
in all the way Outside of the three
that flnlHhed Urn Mennd mid third the I
two horses most promlnont tn the
btreloh were Fort Hunter and Mnhnilh
ISngllsh Lad camp on In the Htr h
and passed both of them setting fourth
Fox Hunter went back to eighth
Their wan no mich demonstration is
would liave greeted Kngllxh Lads vIe
tory but It was an extremely trflo run
First Race One mile thioovenr I
nlds and up No betting thud New
119 Kellj won Fred Unpneil 111
NIcol second Wilful 117 Fuller
third Time lW 2r Start good Won
easily SIoQee Kmperor of India and
Soufrlere also ran Silk Maid fikl
8KCOND RACE Six furlongs three
yearolds and up PIoril King 101
Larsen won Clifton Forge C > R
Lawrence second Skilful 115 Hut
geson third Time 113 Zr Start good
won handily Burlelgli Major Palham
The Crisis Peter J aommers White
Plume Komombo nnd Rod Raven fin
ished as named
FOURTH RACC Seven and onehalf
furlongs Horfung 91 Nichol first
Durbar 83 Knapp second Lanark
100 Lawrence third Time 137 Start
good won easIly
FIFTH RACC Won by Luzarlon
Florentine was second and Flaxman
< eiw
FSLO June 18ho winners here to
day wero as follows
FIRST RACi81x furlongs Won by
Lev Dorsey 122 Komanelll 12 to r and
4 to 5 Spring 116 McCaffeity 3 to 1
and 4 to 5 watt second and Good Cheer
03 CM Johnson 7 to 2 und li to 6 third
Time 11315
SECOND RACtt for twoyearolds
and upward four and a half furlongs
Won toy Miss Morgan 93 Croghan
J to 1 So SIolu 100 Rcnccaimi 4 to l
and 7 to 5 was second and Bazlll jOi
rj Walsh 3 to 1 and even third
Tlme0 I
THIRD RACK Throev carolds and
upwarl one mile Won bj Court Maid
100 nIne B to 2 and even Dynasty
in > Romanclll 5 to 1 and S to ii wall
second and Allunath 10u J Walsh 4
tn 1 and 7 to 0 was third Time
ltOi5 I
FOURTH > UAC13 Iroiiuolo Stakes i
twoyearold thc nrlungsWou by
Harry 109 McCafferty fi to 1 and 8 to
6 Uambrinua 122 tM Johnston S to 6
was second nnd Mirf han 10t Roinin
till 3 t I nnd 6 0 J ilitrd Time
IIFTII RACK For maiden thne
carolds IlH furlonKH Won by Mnd
den 107 Rcneramp8 to I and a to 6
Devenshlre 101 H Michaels 3 to I
and 6 to B wan second and The Ulf 102
W Miller 40 to 1 anti 12 to 1 third
oiviii itACJ1 inrceycnroias and
upward ono mite won by Mint Sauce
108lIIcJlnneY1 to 1 and3 to 1
Cloverland 118 II Michael 8101 aM
a to 1wns second and Coruscate V lee
RomancHll 8 to 6 and 3 t06tnlll1
Time L39 46 V
V j
Teams Play for College Championship
at American League Grounds Today
and Tigers Win Easily by a Score
of 10 to 4
Special to Tho World >
NEW YORK June ISThe Yale blue
Is faded tonight Old nils colors were
torn and traIled In the dirt by the
Princeton Tigers on the baseball dia
mond thl afternoon before the largest
crowd that has ever seen a college
came In New York Thirty thousand
persons filled tho grand stand and
bleachers to overflowing
H was a scene that beggared descrip
tion Thousands of nags orange and
black and blue and everywhere and
there was no time during tho game that
at least half the crowd was not sing
ing or cheerlne
The south ttand and bleachers were
Illlcd by Irliicolon cohorts and they
vino led In their nnliemaklng by Ue
witt the blR football guard and a
cirii of sIx enthusiastIc young tnon
Over In the nest end the Yale crowd
held forth not one hit discouraged that
Its team was facing Rlmf certain dc
Cat for the T gcrs had already non
ii onesided game and worn Ztol ra
Then too Yalos star pitcher Mac
kay wns laid up nail Bowman was but
a forlorn hopi Tho Yale < tram wAs
outplayed at every point nnd their de
feat was never In dpnbt from the first
Inning when four of the Tigers crossed
Hi plate
V It waq a game for the IntcrcollcglMo
baseball championship tho struggle
having narrowed down to those two
teams and nearly every college and
many of the others from Bowdoln to
Leliiml Stanford were represented on
tho bleachers and grand stands So
ciety was well represented
iti tho lings nnd thin horns anti the
cowbells It was the same old story
a wealth ot Mirlcgitcd colors n Scat
< UK noiso anti all that sort of thing
jsnal In Incrlptlons college games
but in M > tnHcss true
Olnrlison tho Harvard star pitcher
barred by hU faculty from Inure games
this Near b reason of hIs signing u con
tract with the Highlanders was nn In
terested and unnoticed spectator Clark
son will soon have nn opportunlt to
work on the same grounds In far faster
First Inning
Reid was called out on strikes without
making a move and tho Yale conortn
broke loose Cosgrovca little bunt went
for a hit Underhill singled to centre
Purncll died at llrat on a grounder to
second advancing the other two run
ners a base Wells walked filling the
bases Davis singled to centre scoiliu
Cosgrove and Underbill Stevens
slntrlrl and Dull and Wells scored
Cooncv din al first FOR RUNS
Olrlrn Veil a bunt got to third on a
passed ball and slid home when Metcalf
singled to second Metcalf died steal
Inl Bowman filed out to right Chit
tandtn filed to left ONC RUN
Second Inning
Dram out Bowman to first Reid
VUH iiS cd Pifsrivo tiled nut to cell
tre Held was nailed strallng NO
Miller slnijlfd ovci Short Cole saoil
tierS Wlnslovv out Wolls to TJavIs
Miller soared when Stevens dropp
nariiesa Ih which wont for n ilnublo
Hulscamp filed out to lift ONE Rl N
riilril Inning
funderhlll out at Mrsi by Chltlcndcn
unnsslatpd Puinfll dlid llio same WII >
Wells safe on Mitcalfs fumble Davis
slnglPd to left uouriiiR Wells tooncv
cut short to first NH illS
OllrUn was soft nn Cegroves muff
Mntcnlf tnorlfipid Uonnuin ilnglrd to
cent re Bporlng O llrlon Clilttonden out
second to first MIIIiT filed nut to Cos
grove ONI RUN
rouilli Innllll
OHrlcn untO on Chlltell ellS mutt of
O Brlfiin throw Held funned Con
grove filed to centre Undo hill out
Bowman to Chlttcndun NO RUNS
CoW walked Winslow sacrificed
Barms out on eIlas great stop and
throw to first Hulscamp tiled out to
right V NO RUNS
ririh Inning
JFurntlt ttfa on > Uulaoomp j icrror
v < 1
II a
OBrlrn ss 2 2 0 3 0
Mctcalf b 0 5 3 4 1
Bowman p 0 0 i 0
Chlttendn Ib 0 0 II 0 1
Miller cf 1 1 3 0 5
Cote If 0 0 0 0 u
WIrMow c 0 0 5 2 1
Barnes rf 0 0 1 0 0
Hulscamp 3b I 1 0 0
Totals T T 2T IS
Rrlcl ct 0 0 1 1 0
Cograve cf 1 2 1 0 2
Unlerhlll if 1 1 0 U
Purnell s 0 1 1 5 0
eIis fb 4 I 4 0
I Davis Ib 3 3 13 0 0
8toen rf 1 3 0 1
Coon c 0 0 3 3 2 I
IInam P 0 1 0 2 0
Totals 10 13 27 13 3
First Base on Balls Oft Bowman 3
oft Ujram 1 Struck Out Bv Bowman
3 by lI ram none ThreeBan Hits
Hjram Cosgravp TwoBaso Hit
Iunipll Molcair Passed Balls Coonov
IZI Time of Oime Two hour and
thirtytwo minutes
Wells boat U bunt Davis walked and
HIP bases were full Purncll tried to
ssoro on a passed bill nail was out at I
thin plate Stevens singled scoring
Wells and Divln Cooney fled out to
Me > who nailed Stevens as well
O linen mod out to Slovens Metcnlf
singled to short Bowman filed out to
Stevens riilttendfn fnutiil out to
Coonej NO HIS
Sixth lillllna
Bvram tripled to right Reid out
second to first Cosgrovo put ono to
short and Byron wan out at the pinto
Underbill out thltlondon unassisted
Miller out Purnell to Divls Cole
bunted and filch Vln lovv fouled tn
Ccwnpy NO RUNS
Seventh Iiiiiltiir
Purnetl doubled to left W 11s Jjinned
Davis walked Stevens filed to Bowman
and Cooiiov to Motcnlf NO RUNS
Barnes fouled out to Coonoy Huls
camp singled OBrien filed out to left
M tcalf doubled to left centre Huls
camp scored on a pissed ball Bowman
filed to short ONE RUN
IlKlitli Inning
Byram fanned Reid out second to
first Cosgrove tripled to centre Underhill
derbill tiled to right NO RUNS
Chlttrnden flitS out to short Purnell
RLSd thrnw out Mlllc Cote fouled out NO
Mitli Innlnir
1uinell out short to firm Wells
single Davis singled to short Stevens
walked fillllK the bases On a passed
bull Velli scared On n wild throw to
xecond DavIs and Stevens came home
Coonov vas thrown out by Bowman
Bvrani filed out to centre THREE
WInidow out second to first OBrien
out third to test Metcalf filed out to
right NO RUNS
OlIclal In The irninjt Worll
ST IXDUIS Mo June ISTho races
run bore today resulted us follows
KIlthT ItACB Threeqiiaiterii of u
inlIeWon by < leer the Aremi j to 1
and S to 5 Miss liomer 5 to i for pljce
whit second and Jnko Wclirr I to 1
third 1111I1111 iI
fiKCOND IlACEllllo and tvvinlv
MintWon by Trapnottoi u tn j mul I
< > t rrotinriin a to 1 fin nliur uas
> ond and Wlsnndlnc 5 to S thlr
litiel IVj
IlllUIi HACK rivcelghtlm of a mil
Von liy Urwimhuidle 4 to 5 and I to
fii Ionet 0 to I vvrta srcond und Luidy
Savo third Time 101
IOPHTll RACK Club Members Han
dicap ono mil and a quarter Won by
Bondage 0 to G Jack Young S to 1 on
second and Dying Torpedo thlrit
FIFTh RACEOno mile Won by
Footlights Favorite 8 to 1 and I to I
Dollnda 3 to i Tor place was second
and Forehand 1 to 10 to show third
1 r
For Second Time in Succession
They Wallop Hanlons Men at
Polo Grounds ToDay This
Time by Score of 5 to 1
n H po A E
Sheckard If 0 1 0 0 0
Iumlpy lt 0 2 1 0 1
Dillon Ih 0 1 10 0 0
Tnckllillch ib 0 0 3 3 I
Dohh ss 0 0 1 U
Gcssler cf I 4 0 I
McCormIck Zb 0 II 2 1 0
flItter c o 0 2 3 l
Onnln P 0 1 0 5 0
Total 1 73415 a
Rai T E
nrnllhan It 2 1 2 0 0
Ulowne rt o o I 0 0
lIelIn lb I I 4 1 CI
fcnann Ih 0 II I I 0
MIrtcs it V 1 1 0 0 0
PIIIIm S 1 3 I 0
Gllhn II 0 1 3 0
Warner C II 0 4 0 f
MtCIrnIy p 1 0 0
Tolnlll 3 7 SO
Brooklyn ft 0 u 0 1 0 0 0 1
Giants 0 0 0 0 I 0 5
First Hasp on Balls Off McGlnnlty I
oft Gjrvln 2 Struck OatBy MeGln
il > 2 by Sorvln Homo Hun
Merles TwnBiw Illu Uihlon Sliock
iinl Sarrlllod Hit Browne Stolen
3ii es Jacklltsch lousier Dllilcn Jl
lIt by Ilt < llOd BallBy Clan In I
ncscd IIHIUIIr Umpire Zlmmrr
Vlmp ot Game Ono hour and forty
rulnu ten UllalceIIU
s broke this thirteen hoo
doa today Ho pitched a great game
against the TrolleyDodgers and the
Giants won by a score of 5 to I Asldn
from the Iron Mans fine pitching tho
features were Mcrtcss homerun drlvc
and the scnatlonal fielding of Dahlen
and Gilbert Dahlen made three hits
Flr1 hinting
Sheckard lined one to right centre for
two bases Lumlejs pop fly was easy
for Dahlen Gilbert captured Dillons
short soarer Jacklltsch pent up an easy
pop for Dahlen NO RUNS
Rresnnhan walled Browne sacrificed
McCormick throwing him out Bresnu
han turned second quickly and stole
third Devlin singled and Brcsnahon
scored Lumloy fumbled the hit In the
outfield and Devlin made second Mc
Oann took a shoot In the ribs and
walked Mertes filed to Gossler Dh
len doubled to left and Devlin scored
Gilbert boosted an easy one to Gesslcr
Srrotid Inning
Dobbs grounded to Gilbert and per
ished nt first Browne gathered In Go < s
lers billooner McCormick was victim
ized hf McGlnnltyH benders NO RUNS
Wanficri Infield soirer was easy for
DobtJr McGlnnlty sent the sphere to
Garvm and was out at llrM Bre nahan
cracked one over third hag for a btse
llmisrmhun wax nulletl stealing on Hit I
tors perfect throv to Dobbs NO RUNS
Ttilrd InnliiK
O vln Inctivd Ulucrn lufty mlscucr
Devlin also had a raud In Gurvlns re
ilrciiKiu on a grounder Shockard
foil Nil out to Warner NO RUNS
Laimlej took Brownu ioaror on the
run Unvlln tIled lit first on Juoklltsch
fust assist Clnrvln thivvv McGann out
on a wenkllliK NO RUNS
Ionrlli Innlnir
lumley beat out a grounder to Mo
Gann and took second on McGlnnlUs
mutt of the first basemans throw to
first Dillon popped to Devlin Dahlen
got the ball to Dovlln In time to catch
laimlev at third on Jacklltschs
grounder Jacklltsch purloined second
tnnrUm nn Seventh Page I
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UI ii 1 111
Victims of the Steamboat Disaster Takeijj J
Across the East River to the Lutheran
Cemetery from Homes of Stricken Latn i
ilies in a Long Line of Hearses I V
j ¼
More Than OneThird of the Funerals a
to Be Postponed for Lack of Facilities
Dirges and Requiems Over a Square Mil
of Territory V
V V V t y
Miles of vhite and black crape fluttering in the breeze hearses ladli I
with coffins and open carriages laden with tloweis winding in and civ
through the crowded streets sounds of sobbing and the mournful muslfijc
a brass band stopping in front of each house of death and pI yin k V
soul away combines to mate the Black Saturday the eatidi
mournful memory to all who passed through it r
Many sat white fared and dumb with grief and envied even flI
who rode behind the hearses These were the surviving membsrsv 2
families from whom death in the Slocum disaster had snatched loved
whose bodies have not been recovered T
While the funerals from the homes of the known dead were mo j
I out of Manhattan toward the burying ground preparations for a J
funeral perhaps more pathetic were going on at the morgue This V
the funeral of the unidentified dead Caskets for the bodies were pij
ceived todayblack caskets covered with cloth for the adult corp V V
I white caskets for the babies cf whom there are nine AItrebifill
in one grave in Lutheran Cemetery and nine hearses will convey Hit
coffins to their destinations VSntt L
Fourteen hearses were required for the transportation oLtJ1el1n
identified dead from the Morgue to the cemetery The long line ofgi i
sided sombre vehicles created a profound impression as itmOyedsloj
down through First avenue and the devastated Ct Marks parish andjc
on to the Williamsburg Bridge One carriage followed the hf
carrying officers of the Health Department who were ordered to th
an accurate map of the great grave prepared for the bodies so thafTif
any are identified later by means of the clothing the coffin cotai ht 7
the remains may be readily found J
The most impressive funeral of the afternoon was that of the wIic
Continued on Second Page
A telegram from the German Ambassador at Washington Baroi
Speck von Sternberg Mnclopjng a telegram from the German Em I
was received today by the Rev Dr Haas V s
Ray George Ham Sixth street > crr York <
I The nlloTrlnn calilrarnm ha Jest been communicated toa
Jir Ills Majesty tha KnUcri j
affected by the
Being most profoundly theVc
news of the indescribably horrible catastrophe
which has overtaken the Lutheran congrega
tion I command you to express to it my in VS
nermost feelings of sorrow 1 VIii
iommand ut 111 meat gracious sovereigii
In carryIng out tlm 1115 i V
allow me at the ume time to incr > on my on iivnonal a 7mj c 1 I V
STtflERG h i k
° Scalp those moribund Federal ofil
cials who sit behind their rolltop desks
and draw their salaries for doing
lag while human lIfe Is allowed to te
sacrificed hv tho hundreds aJ Jcn
Daniel Sickles nt the City Hall today
Take thflr scalps I si > and Ihrn
their useless official carcasses Into tile
highway Broadside the rascals They
aru the ones dlrcctlj responsible for the
hurtovInK Slocum disaster which has
plunged mir city Into lamentubla gilif
and dcip mourning These negil < nt
and criminal Federal authorities are the
perpetratois of the slaughter of the
Innocents oil
Tell Major McClellan to write to the
President of the United States and dci
manS a rigid investigation and the
placing of the responsibility where iti
belong The Mayor is the Chief Mails
trate of thr1 oitv nnd can demand the
V V V i <
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lines tlfiulon from tho Chief MagUtrata c
cf tho nation
itrn Investigation anted 1 I
Them must be no politics in this1 J 0
There must bo no star chamber pro
cotdings nor the throwing of a pro4
tcctlng oRlclal arm over the rascally IsuY
I lYdcrul IncotniHttents who have bMn Kf
the Indirect cause ot the awful results iwM
of tho harrowing Slocum disaster
I for one am going to write the Pre l
i Sent unit demand action that enC < < Rnl 4 j
itt 1illdl on the heads of the omclIl i r
I IIcglll7 ntR lnvv Doing Betted 1i
And tho law today Is being i I l 3 i
V fied being permitted in ba violated t a1
the moribund Federal oOlcor w t If i
are alreiid branded as convlcwd r 117
manslauKhter by our bertaired pubU i
I Only yesterday I am Informed I 1 o
Grand Republic was allowed to H
her wharf with more pMi i l tr
r aboard than the law allows Broa4
these fellows and let every man
I woman write President
lettordemlU1dlng an Il1vett
guilty mu be pUI1I t K
e capeH < Ta1 > r
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