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THE EVENING WORLD TUESDAY JUNE 23 19O8
I SHERMANS DOCTORS
l HOLD CONSULTATION
BEFORE OPERATION
1 VicePresidential Candidates Condi
Jl tion Subject of Conference at I
1 Hospital in Cleveland Where
1 He Was Hurriedly Sent
1 fk CLKVELAXU O June 23
f To the Editor of The Cvrnlng World
t Jr Sherman very comfortable dont think he is to Ic seriously ill
jnVfOV T 11KHHICK
CLEVELAND June 23 The physicians attending James S Slier1
r man Republican nominee for the Vice Presidency who is seriously ill at
the Lakeside Hospital here this afternoon decided to hold a consultation
I
before performing an operation on the patient
No authorized bulletin was issued relative to his condition but it
was reported this afternoon that he was resting quietly after a restless
period following his arrival at the hospital
Physicians were summoned from Baltimore and from New York
who were familiar with Mr Shermans malady Dr Finney of Balti
more was asked to come on a special train but a telegram was received
from him saying he was ill and could not come
Dr George W Boskowitz of New York is expected to arrive at
the earliest possible moment
Mr Sherman who has ben ill here for the past three days was
taken with a severe chill at 430 this morning Physicians were imme I
diately ailed It was found that Mr Sherman was suffering from gall
stones
It was decided to remove Mr Sherman from the home of exGov
Herrick to a hospital st once
Mr Sherman was taken to the lake
ltal at 10 oclock havln been
eldeHofT >
brought from cxGov Herrlcks resi
dence In an Invalid carriage
Apparently the patient vas none the
worse a result of the Journey of fIe
miles between exGov Herrlcks home
and the hospital
Wife Hastens to Cleveland
ExGov Herrick this morning got
Into communication with Mrs Sherman
over the longdistance telephone She
was greatly agitated upon hearing the
condition of her husband and declared
her Intention of coming at once to
Cleveland An effort to persuade her
not to come at the present time failed
nnd she and her son nichard U Sher
man an Instructor In Hamilton Col
lege at Clinton N Y started for this
city I
Congressman Sherman suffered a sim
ilar attack In New York City two years
aRO while serving as chairman of the
Republican Congressional Campaign
Committee He was then taktn serl
ously 111 but no operation was per
formed
Congressman Sherman came here from
Cincinnati last Sunday and at once went
to the home of exOov Herrick Theie
he was forced to take to his bed yester
day
The operation Itself Is not necessarily
dangerous There Is a lanso percentage
of recoveries though according to phy
sicians there Is always danger of com
plications
Taft Wires Axxlously
The following telegram was rocelvivl
by Mr Sherman from Secretary Will
lam II Taft this nfternccn
NEW FIAVKN Conn Juno 23Am
greatly distressed to hoar of your Ill
ness Hope Gov Hcrrick will leep i u
advised of your restoration to health
which I constantly T ray may be rapid
WIIJIAM H TAFT
Speaking of Mr Shermans Illness ex
Gpv Herrick said
Mr Slfrmnn firt Ins taken 111 ur >
the train Sunday morning in the way
from Cincinnati here Whll in the
I deeper the pains came on and lie ut
once realized what It probably ineirt
Upon arrive at inv hvm Dr Rdnvrl
P Carter nnd Dr Biidlf > v P Allen wee
cnl tl Thv were with Mr Shernnn
more or less all Sunday and Monday
This mnrnnr folicwins the apparent
erlous nature of his Illness the physi
cians ordered that he bj taken to a
hospital where he could be better at
tended In the event an operation was
found to be necessary He was taken
at a time when the trip In the Invalid
carriage did no harm
Owing to the fact that Dr FInnev
ot Baltimore could not come to Uo
bedside of Mr Sherman an effort waa
made to reach Dr William Mayo of
0 He Cant Get Away
I
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L
t I
Im a pleasure seeker
rum way out West
1 came East
For j fortnights rest
Hut VorM Herl Ails
Gn < r Uih tenptn < lIftlTflUlitln
That I slal prilong
Mv two weeks aution
he orM printed 3430 ScrUJt
Summer Keiort Ad < rtlj ments list
veek23SO MORE thin tht Herald or
ANY OTHER New York newspaper
I
Kochcster Minn a noted socialist and
< lIr tOn who Mr Sherman hoped I
would be able
to
attend In case an op
eration was deemed necessary
H U Devendork Mr Shermans sec
retaiy telepraph d Congre sman Taw
ney asklns him to hae Ur Mao om
to Cleveland at once
MRS SHERMAN
HURRIES FROM
UTICA ON CALL
UTICA June 23Word wa sent to
the family of James S Sherman in
this citv earlv today that the Vlce
Presldentla candidate had bn com
nelltd to co to a hospital In Cleveland
O and that Dr Finney of Baltimore
who attended Mr Sherman during nn
attack of the same trouble In Wash
ington last vear had been summoned
bv special train
Mrs Shormrn and one of her sons
i left for Cleveland by the first train
I The news received hero Is very ills
quieting and it Is said that Mr Sher
man Is In n serious condition
Extensive arrangements had been
mode to rive him a great reception on
his return thlr evening and special
trains from al swUons of Central and
Northern Xew Ypk hail been arrnnsred
for In order to bring ponple to the city
I
SHEKMANS DOCTOR
ILL CANT OBEY
HIS SUMMONS
BALTIMORE June IDr J M T
I
Finney who Is an eminent surgeon of
this city Is confined to his bed with nn
attack of lumbago It was said at his
home today that he would not be able
to leave for Cleveland
I Pr Finney declned to tate the
nature of the malady for whlen lie at
i tended Mr Sherman nt Washington
PHYSICIAN FROM
THIS CITY WILL
GO TO SHERMAN
I
Dr George W Doskowltz of Xo 140
West Seventyfirst Mrent attondlng
I physician of James S Sherman Repub
lican VicePresidential candidate re
j colved a telephone message today from
the son of Mr Sherman asking him to
come to Cleveland to attend hU father
lr Boskowltz said that ho would
leave for Cleveland on the Lake Shore
limited at C 30 this evening
ILLNESS PUTS
COMMITTEEMEN
IN A QUANDARY
CIIICACrO June 23 When apprised
of the cerlotis Illness of Mr Sherman
today Ilirry 8 New chairman of tio
National Committee expressed great
regret
While the friend1 of Mr Sherman
tonk a hopeful view of his lIIKe the
question naturally awio regarding the
courto uf pruoduro In case of his
death Mr New was of the opinion I
that In liihh event the National Com 1
mittee would have full power to name 1
a Vlcc1residential candidate
I
They are he Maid vested with similar I
pnwir with regard to the Irosldemai
landldate but xanl hat wheru there
wns suillclent ilut before flection to
do 10 the committal wuuld reimscmnli
the convention and have a nomination
madu In the regular way I
While tinre m no precedent to Kllhlo
th Notional e mmtte In lining a va
canc there seenn to h 0 no doubt that
N Nunmlttee hIO ariirv to name
a ontlldate fr V liMiient In thu
I rrn > diMh if Mr Sierman
I
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fiirmldalilr rlvnl In hrr UCH MQMIIUU
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tililrll the sunilat Viirlil Hill presrot Hi
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TAFT IS DEEPLJ
CONCfRNfO OVfR
NfWS f SHfRMAN
Takes Optimistic View of
Case Though Much
Affected
Ii
51 < 181 to TIle E nln World
I
NEW HAVEN Conn June 23Sec
retary Taft was Informed of the seri
ous Illness of Congressman Sherman
today Just as ho was entering tlu
meeting of the Vale Alumni by an
Evening World reporter
While I am deeply concerned nboul
Mr Shermans condition he said
this was not entirely unexpected I
think reillv the danger Is not to great
as the extreme pain of gall stones
would lead one to tnnk
Former CJov Herrick told me before
I left Ohllo that It was possible Mr
Sherman would have to undersa an
operation for gall stone5 before lone
1 feel the deepest sympathy with Mr
Sherman In tilts tel rlbl painful Ill
ness but hope and trust lie nlll come
through the operation very successfully
and be feullns as well as ever within
a few weeks
YALE SHUTS OUT
HARVARD IN HARD
FOUGHT CONTEST
Continued from First Page
and Leonard readied thlrvl Aronson
out on a fly to ftffnnl No lltNS
Jones ou Leonaid to Hanliim DIne
clnglnJ Dines stol second Murphy
out to Hanllnc unii > ss < J Dinia
I
reaches thirl Wllliatiji lilts for thrvo
I bases scoring IHnes Wylle out lllcks
to Hanllng ONE HUN
Second Inning
Lanagan fouled out Currle flies out
to M irniy Simons tiles > ut In Clif
ford NO RTNrf
Vhatin fanmd Clifford hit by
pitrhc1 nail Kfls tiled ltlt to McCall
Clifford out Fteilim xecond NO
RLNS
i Third Inning
Harding fouled out to Williams lick n
sltiKled Ifunurd fouled nut tu ill
I lams Hicks out Van Vleck to Jones
US
JonpHliiulpJ Dine iiTlflccJ Hicks
tu Harding Jones wife at second
Murphy tried a bunt and Indited tin liill
Jonus stole to third Uilliums struck
out NO lUNP
Fourth Inning
M Cnll out Ffl to Hardlns Harvey
lied out to Clifford Arnn nn out Wll
llamx to Jones NO RtNS
I Wylle out McCall to Hardlnir
Wheaton Flnale < l Clifford singled al
I vanclni Wl aton to second Fela tiled
out to Uimiiran Van Vleik > M an
I easy grounder t HnrdlnK NO lUNS
Fifth Inning
I Uinncan struck out Currier out
Dines to Jones Simons was hit by
Pitched ball Harding llled out to Clif
ford NO HLNS
I Jones tiled cut to Simons Dines out
Simons to Harding Murphy struck
out NO RUNS
I Sixth Inning
Hicks struck out 1ioimrd filed nut
to Pels McCall out Dines to Jonos
NO RfNS
Ullllami fanned Wyllo ctruok out
Wheaujn filed out to lanrfan No
IIVNS
Seventh Inning
Harxvy Illtxl out to Cllffntd Aron
I Mon out Fels to lone < Ianntiin tiled
out to Whfatnn NO RfNS
I Clifford singled Fcls out Hicks to
Hiudlng CIllTon oln to second Vin
Vlpck ent out Irving to bunt on llinl
r strike Jnnes singled scoring Cllffunl
and vent to srrnnd on the throw in
I iJln renclicil llrst on Hicks Inul
throw to Harding and Jones scnn il
Murphy out Leonard to Harding TWO
IllNS
I
Eighth Inning
Currier tiled out to Wheaton Slmnm
mit an Vletk to Junes Harding vim
hit bv pitcher HUkn llled out tu
Murphy NO UINS
WtllKimt out Sinn > ns to Hnrdlni nnd
Wylle out hv same route Wheat on was
hit bv a pltrhfHl bill but wim out SIII
ilni ii ond Currier to Simons NO
RfNS
Ninth Inning
Leonird out FeN to June I1 < Call
Instil but went nut IMneH tu I jii
ir > liii to Htm ml llirey 1
rl r JMH i r and t li svc tnl
V i fJ11 Irllk ult
1 r i scure Yal I Hirvard i
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS
WORK MONDAY WODERS
UffN Of SPA I N
IS MOTHfR Of I i
ANOTHfR SONI
i
Birth Is Announced to Madrid
by Artillery Salute at
the Palace
MADRID Pnaln June 3 A son was
born to Queen Vlctora of Pnatn at 110
oclock this morning at i a Granja
The rovai tn > lcUns had been nastily I
summoned eirly vcsterdiv afternoon
and announced tat normal conditions
pi walled I
Tue Uowaser yueen Maria Christina
me Inlanti Isabel and 1nmier Majra i
ware immeditttly advised and went at
once to tne 1alace In automobiles i
As toon is the apprinning even 1
was announced all pivparaitoru were
nude to carry out the usaal cercmon
its at the oirth ot a royal child a
battery of artillery belnsr ordered to I
I the ialaco to be in readiness to fire
tno customary salute announcing the I
oirth
On learning that a condemned crim
inal wu to be put to death thl mom
Inc the Kinr Immediatelv iinid a
tianlnn In commemoration of the birth
of tie Prne and tiie raphod to th
warden of the prison not W vxecuo
the entence
I
i KEENE HORSES
WIN TWO RACES
AT SHEEPSHEAD
Continued from First Page
wore heads anirt as thev wenl oast
the Judges Clef mitfruntil F > e in Im
last few strides and was given tho
place
Sanctus Takes Chase
Only ht of the original twelve went
to the post in the handicap steople
clmse second on the can Kitnctus
looked like the ben horse on what he
had shown but he suffcted In compari
son with the tilers betMiHe nn almost
unknown boy Crumble lode him
Satictus won anYhow nltor fnhonln
fhc early pace of lilck Slum who led I
early as usual only tu tire at tne
eni Malacca llnNlind second after run
nlfig thlnl all Hie way After they
cleared tlie last Jump Sanctus bumped
tin Miiiacca llindi r un niiile a claim
ol foul but It want alioneil Ifili
sldes was third only berauc Uu K
Shaw anil Ivlointa dropped untlrv
out of it it tl > e end
Keene Win Colin Stakes
James R Keene showed two of the
best youiiKMurM In his stablu In The
Colin u tuoyearold diisn ovur Iivo
furlongs of tho Fututity course They
are Helmet and Turncoat Thuy ran
first and third respectively and with
in I of a second of tho track rrcnrd
All the wlse men of the Hack know
Just how good tho Kf > iie inlr Is and
In tho ciiidit litttng any old iirlco Willi
oonslderod good 7 to 10 might tune
I been had at on time but at post tlmu
1 to 2 wan eagerly taken
Helmet won ttio rae handily aftr
flrntlng It nut with Cnunaught Ranifor
from the start to the elehth pole lIt > rp
tliR Madden colt had enough nnd th >
Kemie youngster drew away easily
Turnrnat running behind In the early
pirt got up In time to he third easily
under a not over vigorous ride by ot
ter He could have been second
Grapple Wins on Grass
Orapplo lovesthe grns Tie won tho
turf race again todav after leading all
the way In the stretch Garner sent
him Into n big lei1 St Joseph chai d i
Ciiapple all the wnv but gave way on j
the fr turn to a rush of Temaceo The I
alter staved second nil the wav but
h Jo eph tlnil In the run home and
was Iwiicii out In th list sixteenth li
Itll l > lv < Klllleci inkli The others
were i nrrnilnent
Runaway Race In Last
F A KorsylhiiN leamir IV A re made
i iiinnuny raif of mi last nut Slic
r ad i win Id nf xpep ami ipcned up
gup of ten lengths 111 the run to the
In aI nf the strelrh Mis Norfolk and
thalilet rhased after tier but loll A u
is hen the rinse proved mpel s n r
ii Hall then ruile dnwn will a rush
ut t e i lose and wis nconii In front
nf MonnrlP A drolded prefiietue was
expressid fin Jeanne DArc on the I iwn
before tlir rai o
TO PLAY FOR CLASSMATES i
Tho > is < n r I < of the the bnvs de
pirtnunt I MV richnnl No 77 will h II
i uitidM MI xprrie Frlilnx exening
ic It I k Kl 4n
v tft i Hi I miit d an lilt 111 ii Iron
vi tut 1II1 m inv of th ht < I1 aua
fie f 1 wil lx > i ar I In eclta
r > ns tii t Ml rendllluns atid flocution
t < off IIM Mmur Wiinn lark
n ong > Mh r of tho youna < racliui j
v nraii l an tnli1cte vlnlln jolo a8
hu turt o Ibo cnurtuliiumil
TRIfLlNG SHOWER
I LffT ATMOSPHfRf
II
fAR MORf STICKY
I
I Vet lie Weather Bureau Gives
I
Promise of Moilerate
I
I Temperature Sooner
TODAY STARTS HOTTER
I
I Later the Temperature Fell
One Decree but Rose Again
Before Noon
THE TEMPERATURE
6 A M 76
8 A M 79
9 A M 79
10 A M 78
11 A M 81
12 MI 83
1 P M 80
2 P M 80
3 P M 83
4 P M 83
5 P M 80
6 P M 79
The clouds the weather man prom 1
i ed for tonlirht arrived before sailed
ule Ume and shortly before 1 oclock
this afternoon there was a trifle ot
a shower The lUht brwze that cam
In from tl o eaM did not dipel tho
humldltv and the sticky heat la > over
the citv llku a soaking sheet The
mercury paused a little In Its svratlons
and sank a few pegs but not enough
to bring relief to the panting thou
sands In the tennnenthouse Iitrkts
If the local prophet Is rlffht New
York I > In for two days and perhaps
more of cloudiness nnd showers The
Weither Bureau In Washington sent
out a promse of relief from the hot
weather early today A bulletin told
of the existence somewhere out on the
Western plains of a fullsize thunder
storm coming In this direction at a
pretty lively clip It was supposed to
hit the Mississippi and Ohio Valley to
morrow and to arrve in the East on
Thursday but there may have been a
slight miscalculation as the couds thit
obscured the sun this afternoon are
likely to prove the advance courier of
that same thunderstorm
Although todaj started off two de
grees hotter than yesterday the list of
cases of prostration reported before
the rain cime up was much smaller
than the number for the corresponding
time yesterday
In New York the weather prostrations
wereVLKNEROS
VLKNEROS CHARLES nineteen
years old of No 237 West Twenty
ninth street overcome at No 116
Wet Twentyfourth street and tak
en to New York Hospital
The following cases or prostration
from the heat In Brooklyn were re
ported
MARTIN JOHN thirtyeight
ears old No 307 Lawrence street
I
oxercome while working on the roof
of No 113 North Klllotl place Taken
home I
LIACH MARTIN thirtymne
ars old No 75 IJerr btrwt
Vars to the Wllllamsburg Hospltil
ANGELA TERESA twentyfour I
years old No W7 Hoyt street
overcome at Horough Hall Taken
home I
IRVINC HARRY four years oldl
of No 431 Warren stieet climbed
to tie window sill of his home In
un effort to mt some air and slipped I
and fell tire stoles to the V ird
The childs skull wis fractured and
he wns remmed to the Long Island I
College Honpltal
i JUCHHAUUK STANLEY twen I
tyit veil j ar old of No 111 Tveu
tytlrst street overcome bv heat at
No t > rfmith street removed to the I
10nK Island College Ilo pltal
MOORE JOHN nftvthree years
olil of No 1130 Hergen street fell
uruonseiuiis trom the heat at Her I
Miner street and Albanv aIW and
was Mken to St Johns Hospital I
Some Freaks of Yesterday I
Vhlle It was expected those who work
would suffer most from heat a sum
mary shows that of the twentysix or i
I more prostrations reported yusterdaj
I Ueven are women who do not work j
While the otllcial temperature yester
dav did not go above Sr many ther
mometer near the street registered K
and the breee was mostly hot air that
If lied to relieve
On Staten Island Supreme Court Jus
tice Abel Blackmar wore a light suit
Instead of his official gown declaring
too much dignity in hot weather U
wearisome
Many horses In Manhattan have iue I
I cutnbed to the heat and unusual pf I
forti are belcn made by the Humane
Society to provide efforts for th anl
I mils at various points throughout the
iMty
PALMER AMONG
CHICAGO VICTIMS
OF HEAT WAVE
IIIAGO June 23 The excessive
heat continued today to add to Its vic
tims and before tho day was far ad
i anced had claimed six Numerous i
prostrations worn reported One of th < I
llrst to succumb was Edwin Palmer a 1
m phew of the late Potter Palmer and
for nineteen years secretary of the Chi I
cago Hotel Company
William Doltllng fiftyfive yearn old I
fir uk poison in front of Ids home No
C North Stato street and died within
a few minutes He had told friends
that ho could not sleep owing to the
h A man Jumped from the dark street I
htlge afT hn had complained of the
i ij person loitering on the struc
I
Wisdom comes
with age
tmt thousands of school
rhllilren know tha food
value of
GrapeNuts
I There a Reason
ILOCOMOTIVf
I fXPLOOfS A N U
KILLS Tiff MfN
I
I
Pennsylvania Workmen Blown
to Bits With Train at
Station
NKV imrNSWJCK NJJuno 23
Tlme men were killed by the blowing
up of a locomotive on the Pennsylvania
I Ilallroad at Stilton two mllei from
here this afternoon
The locomotive was drawing a work
train carrying a gang of track work
I
men
The dead are
William KoberU fortyfive > cars old
of New Brunswick engineer
John Holman thlrty years old of
1 Now Brunswick fireman
Robert Donnelly fifty cars old of
I New Brunswick flagman
i The accident blocked three ofthe
I four tracks two
eastbound and one
westbound track being tied irp Don
nelly was flagman at the crossing at
Stelton
It Is ald that besides the three
killed there were no other casualties
The train was known as
n construc
tion and carried twentylive workmen
It was Just at the SteJton crossing
when without tiny apparent warning
the boiler of the engine blew up with
I a report which was heard half a mile
away
The engineer and fireman who were
at their posts were blown a consid
erable distance and so badly manjjled
ami scalded that thev were hnrdlv
recognizable The MiRinan who was at
the crossing was kn ckcd down by
the force of th explosion and also
ludly scalded besides being struck In
the head bv a piece of flvlnr metal
He too was dead when picked up
The loc motive was completely
wrecked
AREMACS AGAIN ARE
TOPX OTCII ERS IN
AMATEUR CONTEST
Aremaca lvn
ln > rb rnuir i n T Co Sub Dlv 1W1
l > lnnc Field Club istj
Newport A C O
New Ixits A < 12
AtSimlan A i TM
Pawnee A C 7c
lllval A C rnrwklyn VW
Claremnl f1fJ1
Amnirnliun FleM Club 04 >
t Iatricki OM Cathfdml 4 4
Hurlnon A C TW
Warwlrks T1
ian1mon 3 1
ShamriKk Ijj Club 315
JeroTi Jrn 311
Rlal A e New York Kir
St Nlcholna 3i 1
fJ
St rirlfMii I i
Ko liUlii I
W1Itnon 2M
OoV UldRe IVI I
Rurltan A f VI
Minfonl A C zr > 2
Vlnlct A C IK I
J ffrKfmi t
Macpn1 A Jr lfX
t acj ph Jr
Satrlniw in Ug
An nnli
Young Defenders JW
Hlo Field Club lj I
Village Ftiri Ill
Jooinh Strong Club lj < I
I
roMn A C J
Wntwter fllronil I
Cherry Field Club ST i
St Vlncenti A C w I
st AuRUnUn A C M
Tllppe a A C zi
Walton C i
Duffy HIM A C 1
Ieirull A O II J
Rjuhford A C ill
fcxcltnw Field I luh III
Sunn > Me Field Club JO
Arrow A C
v r dFtcilriubv j
Leon tI 1oI Iub
KfflnSfkVwSVfub S
Irmnl teIJ Club org
Verltae A C j
Merry e Jr illI
GEN ALBERT HARTSUFF DEAD j
DETROIT June BrlBGen Albert
Hnrtsuff U 3 A retired died yester
day from heart disease He was a
brother of the late MajorGen George
Ilartsuff and the late Gen William
Hartsuff He served In tire medical I
department during the civil war aided
In puttins down a yellow fever epi I
demic at New Orleans at Its close and
I then went West and took a prominent
part In Indian campaigns
LOUISIANA VOTES
10 KILL RACING
IN NEW ORLEANS
I
California Is Now Only Open
Spot for Horsemen Who
Race in Winter Time
f > Clal to The Evening World 1
BATON IlOlGE La June 23Th
AntlUnce Track Gambling bill passed
the Louisiana Ieglslauire this after
noon and now only needs the d gnature
of the Governor to become a law
The bill has been bitterly fought by
the New Orleans racing Interest and
was help up by various devices until
today when It was passed by a clu e
vote
This means the closing of the last
resort for horwmen who want to race
th4r tables In the winter time with
the exception of those who can afford
to ship their strings to California
Ix > s Angeles Oakland and Seattle
are the only spots now available for
the winter feed money Even Seattle
holds only short meetings so It Is up
to Ills Angels and Oakland to keep
the racing game alive this winter
GAS KILLS THREE IN
HOLD OF SHIP RAISED
FROM RIVER BOTTOM
Continued from First Pag
Staten Inland volunteered to go down
to the rescue
Fell Beside the Others
Hunfcn descended with a net cloth
over his mouth but he fell over before
he Mol thiif to nlllx the ropea to the
prostrito Usurps In tho hold
Capt Ken summoned two dlver
Bulke and Peterson nnd they dncnd
ed and attached the ropes When Htn
sen wan taken out It was found he had
a rope round Fabrlcus
Ajax Whtman the strong man of
tho police force rode up on his wheel I
and sent a hurry call for doctors I
Capt Klvlln and his men applied their I
own restoratives and tried artificial
respiration but when Dr Mocklo ar I
rived he pronounced Menus VJorkiund j
and Fabrlci dead He carried Hansen j
away to the hospital I
Capt Keviln wa arrested on a I
rhnrge of criminal neglect He said the I
gas hail accumulated from the coul In
the hold
We had no Idea It ms there until
Manila fell over he said Nobody
H sorrier for this than I am 1 did all
I could to save the men
Menus wns twnetyflve years old and
lived at the Seamens Institute Hrook
lyn The nan lived ut the Stapleton
quarter of the wrecking company
I
Kabrlcu who was better known as
Kaiser also lived at Stapleton
I
OUT OF WORK TRIED SUCIDE1
j
Hut IlruilrrUk Jltmptil In nnd
Snvrd Him I
Chvl < Kf < rriirnn of No 119 North
Eltrhth street WllllimsburR out of I
work and dIso uraKinl leaP < 1 off the
I
rfcrwitlon pier at tho foot of Metro
politan HVtiiue Hrooktyn thl after i
noon yelling ltn too hot to live
anyway I
John Bro 1erlcl of No rIG Drlggs avo
ntie leaped In after him with all hi
clothing on Then was a struggle in
the water but Horrterlck got the In
tended sulclda to the per where two
other men pulled him out Ur Marx
Crawford of the WIlllHmsliurg Hospi
tal revived Kerrigan nd took him to
the hospital
More than M women and children
on tho pier were thrown Into great ex
citement and some of the wonker ones
falntfd
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AMERICAN SPECIALTY CO
We beg to announe to our Patrons that we
I have removed from the Fifth Avenue Hotel
I where our business ha been located for the
I past 25 yean
We are showing a Larger Handsomer and
I more Artistic Stock in Travelling Requisites
I and Leather Goods Fine Cutlery Bronzes
Clocks High Class BricaBrac and oddities
Unique Pieces for Wedding Gifts etc
OUR NEW STORE
1127 Broadway near 25th Street
Special for ToDay the 23rd Special for ToMorrow the 24th
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alMlAl IATES ail kimU POUND l
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frk ICow tore open e ry
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WIN MOAf HONORS
Lancaster Pa OwnerSveept
Boards at Intemattooal
Show hi London r
IXJNTX5N June ZJR P
of Lancaster Pa < wept the board et
the International HorH Show at
pin today In the competition tor L I
not txotedtng 16J band hown to
about or Bailer wagon HU N wu
and ahnpglrl won first and oona prl >
respectively while Babetta was ctra a
reserve N w boy was driven by Belt
I Deach and aroused great admiration
CAMPERS CAUSE 75000 FIRB
cutvUUAiK SPKINOS Col June X
Mre euppooed to have ort lnat d tr ft
embers left by camp rs swept onr C8
SKolton range destroylnfl property on
the ranch and timber In the Ptkea
1enk foreat reserve estimated at 171
iv Tm Is tho tilrd dlsastroui fore t
nre In the Pikes Peak reserve within
three weoJcs
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Wont Fall Off
If your glasses are continually slip
pine or tilting dont blame your
noseits the clip thats wrong
Harris Suction Clip
attached to any eyeglass for 35 cent
MMII ONLY AT OLIl FIVE STORES I
OCULISTS AND OPTICIANS
54 East 23rd Street near Fourth At
54 Wett 125th Street Dear Lenox A
442 Columbus Arenue 81a and 82dSu
76 Nasaau Street neat John Street
489 Fulton Street BROOKLYN
0 sn ft Strain
Its a trick very few shoe
makers understand to get
into their designing and mod
eling tke shapeliness that lasts
to the end the comfort and
perfection of fit that our Ox
fords give you and its
always the same with every
pair because they are
HU lY SHOES
None So Good
5 C 6 in All Leathers
ARE YOUR SHOES
O ltIZED t
The process that redues
checking or breaking of
rntent leather to a mini
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is everything that the name
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183 BROADWAY
DIED
rOMISKEY On Sunday Jun 3J
PATRICK II bolwd ion of Teiranc
and Ann Comlikey
Funeral from hli lai residence IISI
81 ar on Wedneidajr it 030 A M
thnnce to tho Church of St Aine
where a man wilt be offered for th
repnMf nf hli flout
lorcillIIN On Mnnflnv MICItABf
IOVrTUIX native of niffney Inrlih
County Plleo Ireland htnturrl of 101
Hnnnnh Ix mhln
Funeral Thur dny 10 A M from hli
IMe rmldence 114 roturnl a v Jersey
City thenre to It Jnnephi Church In
termenl Calvary
I
rilCillOn Stindiy June 21 inns RICH
All I ILlill benril hi lianl of Marr
T and father nf Nlchnlai P anrl Joteph
A Iuzh
runeral from hli lite reildenee Mfl
Pearl > t un Wnlnr lay June 24 at
2 P M
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LOST FOUND AND REWARDS
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LOST from autoimiMle between lllen Cov
aniM Jaiulci June 1 box contalnlnir t
ilie aeii and miltt mult Io laran 11
Well Kith it 110 lettard K teturned t
atioi atlilrf
llir IKIV irik > lllil iulll nonet II fU
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ua by Hi InI1 tuiUMUran 1
WI L4ud will avpnir In Kit d
World LUIc a a cumnanlon pteca la I
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