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PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK t WEDNESDAY t JULY 8 f 19O8
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i GIANTS TAGKLE RED S
HIGHlANDfRS GAME
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MURLb HY
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Giants 000
i Cincinnati 000
I Detroit 2 0 1 0 0
I Highlanders 0 0 1 2 0
Brooklyn 000
r Chicago 3 1
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HIGHLANDERS
BATTING ORDER
ew York Detroit
Hllea th M Intjre If
Ball ai k ipfpr 2h
I elor if i nwford if
Chtac If obb if
iloriarit 3t Roman Ib
HemplillI t Cnuirlilln 3b
litahl h Imililt c
Ulelnnw c OJarr M
Cheibro p Miillln IL
tmpln Hil rlln nml Uiini
UlpQI1 In ttir hnh jc WorlJ I
AMBKICAV IjIAOlH IAUK Inly
IIt uiisnt si > hut ui Ainnlcan I t ue
IIroulIh ill ufteiiinoii but PIIoli b
all warniln II iii right HI the jutllP
ILHJ had ruin nliuiitlliK uuruitu the pale
In tl wt vif trot InnliiK
Munugor hlli rfnlil H Hucixnilon tmi
I ton llf P4 mul IIH wm on tlie coaching
1 line In uniform CUiusliro Wile s ln tud
I to jiltili or Nw York nnd lia wni IM
t posfil lij Mull ii tin Irt tlniu pniin > of
the Illl Top
I First Inning
fhao niuffej MInt > ref fir nnl he
went to ei > n 1 hi Imifer nuppeil to
Morlnrltj Cruwfoid struck out Cobb
I torn iff a hoin run to left Held fcn
corlnif kltitu nlifiul of him Ins
man itrutk out lU lUSJs
Nlles ftru k nut Mullen threw a
bH Keelei lifted K weak fly to
Ieary VO HUVH
8econd innIng
Oouglilln riled nut In HemplillI Hall
tossed out lunldt O lenn tliwi
popped oul to Hill NO HINd
Mast HII ni on a Kroundor 0 heary
to FliM min loriarit oat nut a flow
one to c < md lleniphlll was Mf < iII
liarferi errors Morlarltj tolc third
and a moment later lleniphlll tote s <
o id Coufflilin threw out Stahl and
ffwiiphlll who hud ffotlen ton far oi
fpci > n < l ag call hl on notbtnani Qulok
thron to Olarv VO IMNfi
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Third Inning
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1 Moilaru y tliroK out Miillln 1li
1 Intn stiuck out hut the m one
Lt < ot hi Klelnow tnd Mcintyre dived
j1 htifih Into second hcfnn the bill nib
fl re < ottreii fcthatfir alngltxl to mntre
I L ecirltii Mcintyre but trud to utetch
Il It to seiond anl vita out Chase to
I Nlleh Chbibro thrau out Crawford
ONH HUNCH
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CHASI E1 BLANEY
ACTOR MANGAI
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Ij i SDjONCLU
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Vn Blli be4h U Blnn r obtained
to rii > an nterlfinitory decraa of abto
lute ilUorce from hi r uifo nl < ln IBJ
B Blanej th KIIIK of melilMina
TIle dccre u < i signet by Suprem
Oourt lusllt p Firtnsei Tip IP6111110llr
In HIP tilt wan hi1 ml htfor Gilbert
I i Ray Haucii ah icdtfi bon 111llce
Krlanicer lUniil I iti d Lref to dai ha
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onlered till pll > > r tied
Urs tlane lurvul that on many
occasions wlill on tile mad 1111 hit
thr lltrs the 1It olnla rllhlrna lIa ger
vas gulll o in > mduu lth IrIQu
aomen
No HpcitiPil amount of ul inony was
l menllnncd In i ill decree an under
h Hatidltur having iienu reached bntwtcn
U the ltiW > nrs for both sides Tn ninth
rr Is to have the uustud if the two
I rhlldrrn harks K Illane Jr and
J I liter eta Ulaiiu 21 The hither will
b aliened to sea the children ai state
InUrvali
NATIONAL LEAGUE
At Plttsburg
xl KIUHr UMK
I Pflllanelplila I 1 0 0 3 D 0 o Vl
Ittiburi 0 Q 0 0 1 0 o o ftl
1 lUtterlriiMiQulllcn anj Jacklltrch
f jP Winin aDd rtlhinn I7mplrpJtr
It ODIIT
8KCONH iAMR
I Philadelphia I q 2
I tPlttiburs 004
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CUARD LOCKS
BIGLINER AFIRE
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Blae on Bostons Vater Fiont
Rapidly Wipes Out Prop
erty Worth S I 000100
WSTON July 4lit broke out 111
i the Oinanl Stmm tilp Compatos pier
here hits ILCL noon aud tthe tUtni
spread rapUJh thrcfUenlnir to wipe out
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I e ryihliiR In the vicinity
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One of till 0011118 nye oc an liners
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tied up ut tliM dopkn Ould not be
I moved In lime arid utuirlil the flpo
wnejilllg the dprf < v
Tlvu ftlnnnii were noundwi intittnunliig
the Kreutxr rtrl uf lit upxiraiu tram
ivll Vhr Ills city Kffirl WITH mnl
to iota a larsa number of vtMsli
I moored at the plen hloh are known
HS the Or nd Junodon IVxVi
< Tho leyland Ilimr Ddvonlan wa > ly
Ing ul her pll1J IIHor the OnnanJ docks
hut WR M towed lo H place of safety
laU to tlay tlm nru was spreaulng
alone hit Water front and ni naoltig the
rHsMeiu ilUtrlnl
Two houri after the Maao tirted It
was tathnated that JlWIfnX worth ol
proparlj hOld bee ulpwl out Thfl Ctv
nurd docks will HUeb he a total loss
SAcral freight cars on a sldinn
wuiu ilutlroji The heat was no In
tuiiau Iliii It ram on found It difficult to
got hear enough to tight the rtajaoJ
affeotUtly
Three hours after the fiN got tinder
wnj Iho Iinland docks nnd the Grand
I Juiinlliin pltib were a mats of flames
Despite the work of the flrfinen the
Hu lint crouaod to the residence siiotinii
and sc era1 hlnikt were soon ablate
IViur vis a panic among the occti
pan M as they fled before the flames
and the police were quite powerless to
control tha tranilnl throngs that rUUd
the itreeu
AMERICAN LEAGUE
At PhlladalphU
et LouIs a a
Philadelphia 0 1
Hntttrles Howell and spencer Ben
der and Smith Implre Connnlly
At Washington
dliiagi 8
Washington u
Uattflrleniilanutl and Sullivan Tan
nshlll and Warner Umplr OIouKli
tin
At Boston
rievtUnd OnODdOftOtM
HLlon 1 8 0 6 tOo 0 i
Uatterles llhnai i and Clarke i Prultt
and tiger UmplrasiKyan and Hunt
EASTERN LEAGUE
At Jersey City
IrovMciKi 0 0
Irrier Cil > I d
liatUrUsFrqcU and Pstarma llcocg
anti CrLt IJinplnaHoFaKitt and
n II
At Baltlraoc
Newark I II 0
naUlniurii ii D 0
Utttcrlcs IYill mj fas sh Mc < lui
kr inrf Roultnuu UniplreWartord
At Rochester
Buffalo 0 1
Rociitttter J a
Batteries IVncr and Arohrr Jnggte
bj ind Hurlcv Tlmplro fr iturny
At Montreal
r 1 DO
ofrcal fl 8
It3t1ri I I I lcrtt
tklef and HalUcui Dmp1teu
Cat
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LYaNING W URLDRACE CHART
SECOND DAY AT BRIGHTON BEACH
Weather Clear July 8 Track Fast
5 I 4 MIt1 UK hfor tiilln li > eoroh fl ilI1 II 1111 os half r
Pat II ia 2SS off 2tO Clan cool 1011 hanllU Ulnn ih hI tir 11
Ona CIES I IL I 1 DII fJ1L I 7l h
mdc I V ls M lL lTicknv < in III j > s
I t HII John 11J 11 J1 2 IMUCjiit III III x
ul Flubf 112 It 11 IL li 2 P Duean Hi I ID 4
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fJI Tnt 11J I 4t t Vijil Unit 10 I Hi 4
I MrIh hlnc I1J 1 MV 1n 4n J lee Z l
MITho HIMn tIn 4 Ii m 4 > Vi htu 1 2 t I 2
u I lank DtUKhtor 111 10 10 7i I I A I Hmrie 111 v 3
12 ir > titrien 10 6 II U1 TI 7 lrfiitln 5 I I I st 4
4M VpII JIJ II 11 It II v Cainr Ir S p sl 2
23 llul mtiu 11 7 7 Hi S i 11 n < 4
iI W 3 Ig I II
tlrotI 1avn 1IJ 2 2liiI n m lllnIel 11 ii Ji ii lii
4M1 Mibmlt 112 II vl HI In II Vitin 11 I 1 I
= llmbucioo JI 1 12 12 1 I U U < s lt 2al I
Mr Jin off noorli loied UD lo a Lomcudlni losltl n In thi firm tiartcT anil Ink
Inc the Icil In th < tail ilxtomth nnn 211n racy Itabln sliinnd IIn lim > rm > iim hal
jitYfiJJ1ni h ± d ow ll In rana uinl IJT LJlj ln H III ot niinrtfr
r P uSU HU t > trplechase Ort rrijHn upnurl 7 V 1 IJr = nhnrt
0 1 1 cojr tout IWO nile
lot time JfJ uf 1Jl Hurt nnl Von Irhlnu Winner rh to hi it Ion
arje ta Owner P J Ilulnvi Ftni4i > J
liiT x MHrt r Ut > iL U Kin In kI i lip TTl n pi 5iT
12 end llh 1 1UI 4 1 M Klnnct 710 T 7li 14
4R Motor 147 J I P 1 2 i rmntilm 2 t J n ft
418 Kauoulfr IM 4 ll 2 2 M DitMnon H 7 f er
1lL Juin LLlahbl j Toll ° r ° It 4
Servile AJH nn tlre at thf ill cal luiai 1 lath ml hi I tin HI < cF nn Fh flaT
Motor hal lir boittn but blurulcnM al the lint li nil wlikh iot him tie race tan
nulr f lIa1 rntn mlI an I flnNhfl r1 p
ihi Tilliti hAlE For thru vir ol1i ciii uu W inl selllrg hanllrau o jdded
ni I une mile alit a a a tenth
lost llrac 119 JMti32hr Htnrt irool JI7 en IU Winner b c by NuturttMm
I orntlta Oanorl I Snrton Tirnl 17
in4 Hv tartrs II ts f U l I In JmTjiM HI Cij Sh
rii Corncob lim It IS I iTI McDanlel i 211t 010 j l
aa4 Mo mi Idi 2 i P m J J tllaJ O 2 55 4t 21
till Orc no liiil j t II Ml II IaPtt 0 Jl 10 10 ft
MV Ofo fJ Hall 112 7 IV f II 4i llruiisil Ii x r 2 1
i 44 LalH 101 S 11 I lamer 10 I1 Ill 4 S
44S rounttr lmi IM 1 I 7 7H 7Mi ui s > rtl i n i in 4 2
Maine IM 1 T U ii II 7Mahv lii li 12 5 r
Hrancaa ill R 4V1 4l I li DIKJII u a f 2 1
nil nitlcld nt t > S 4 211414 II i I t iitnn 2 II in SO 10 J
hw Il1nLlILJLJlln 10 III Gn LJ ° 10
Corniob dJFhod into a lnnlnir l al on the fTnl turn mil aon nlliinliix IIn e
iiorel nn itrmii but could ntnnr catch lbs letter I1rh ran k rernarkib rate h
w IS ntt t UBI nPHII ill thl fta In the Mire u iI 111111 a rush
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Rfi I HlKPH HAi Hindluip Ihrnaroldl and uinuirJ fiwi aJIM one mli
uH nn1 a furlonn
Toil tune 3 4li nff S MJ Start gout 1 iii let t I ur U tiller b r IJr II run Unl
lIck IJwIIPrI V 1iulter TlmhU12 S
in i x rtt I is ii I 1 ij Im F lath va Qj l EfF PI 2j
MH irish lii S I i a 4 i 4 J iCC t US T1 11 II T 1
I Mi fulrnunrm nil I a1 2 I I IM4ui J H i 52 1111 ft
iMJi P Arklc 11 I tm fi f Ij3 > M i irfu fl Ji fo s 4
lfl Cammlifniir M 3 4 5 h 4LMii ilitv I H t SI 4 J
1111 Ileikn1 in 4 I1 It i II 3 MiDinKI hf 8 52 t111 2n
W Barer HI i 3 7 7 III 1 lert It hI I li Hi n
I hj i Vtiitiinuiitti 5 jLYrk JJ f t 10
TraSh w 11 > IC tt c 11 tls > IeJ 41 flf oli ii 10 ua ui I CIui tho
kid un li a fri I ilrtunrin nloftel bin Iraproienunt OMT his rae nf imrdm v II rlilt
ii t a HL tji Hi Kon null at thu eat if fit furl lien
l 1 K1PT1I t M E1 amlrolt1s ealltnr IIV tihh l five furlonits
I I I Init lime 4 I > off 111 Mart IOT iiii lrllnu Vl titter ch I bv
Phuln l m OJIticrs Owner Julx Oiriion 1 line I ul
I h 1 t is Ito St t I Hn kcj OP III CI IM sh
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fT ikihlri HKJ 2 II m tl i Mcfihii 2 111 2 45 21
14H Mam ui xu lirj I ill h Ji 1 I Du in i 11 5 11 fi It 2 A
illli Hair nun HI 1 2 Z I1 al Ollhirt It < i il 2 I
h2 i8tit fn 1 4 m1 I1 rvhreia Ih 15 IZ 1 52
lifT l Ullholl 11 II ii < III V li on li 11 Ul 4 ibO
R I
AI i hineron 01 Jli Sl ij rti ill Fursi bO > il 30 HI I
Vi t HOHC llraumont tt i 7 IM M 7n 7 I Milarlhi t 1 It 7IS l 1
I MS MknJt 101 11 I > Ij V i1 Hi i sp lilh D t11 20 in
I 411 M rn Wltlo 01 S 7 jl I1 tl > Ian I 2 u 11 s I
ills lttut flrirht inn U in 111 101 IS IPrlert W K 1 V l 3ii Hi
I 4 MMrlinui L 117 1 11 II ll j > rk UJ fm J l 1 11
I Takahlra nit flvlnir rail lljirmiin Into the aToll I it was ilnlnK his bent 10 itlll I
if II i ii iI Ti Idler i t i in uiii S c art Ineifi me closni SIDDK IIUtntJ1
hell L IsI MIstily rin i far M r
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SWEET APPRENTICE
BOY WINS IN DRIVE i
FROM DUGAN VETERAN
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BY VINCENT TREANOR
BRIGHT ON BEACH RACE RACK July 8Th fourth race a
handicap for threeyearolds and upward at a mile and oneeighth served
ab the cards feature today It resulted In a hairraising finish between
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Cilrn orm and Trash the latter jetting the verdict by a noJ Dugan
was on Cairngorm and the promising apprentice Im Sweet on Trash
One would Imagine tlut with Dugan and Sweet hooked up in a drive the
more experienced Dugan would put it all over Sweet He didnt do It
in this particular drive however It was just the other way round
Sweet put it on Dugan unmistakably andi n a manner that suggests that
he will put it on any other boy of the Dugan calibre if they dont watch
out I
Sweet rode II great race on Tra h all I
the way Ha never was flustered In I
the early part when In close quarters
Whllfl OalrnKorm nnrt lift 3 < on wore
fipHUnrf It out for tlJlrematY on the
back wretch Sweet showftl no die
posItIon to take pirt In the race at
this tlmi HP lar hJilnd thn pice in
tlNitli until tiP luau of the MtiPtri
was rcanhed Here hu h Kan the pur
suit of r lingorm who wu wining
along a length ITI front He caught i
film at tin eighth pole and from tl tre
hom It wias lUnfr long Dnipin was
plrWf ha ftJiln to Oilrnsorni w illn
lIttle HweN Hirlde1 along Tiltli 1 jsi
under band ride They stuck cu
together right to tha last Jump W < l1 I
gof hli nine In front Sweat vis lonl
Iy 4pilii 1 on his roitmi to the
ClCi incl i doionfd tho rrMOptloi
Good Crowd Turns Out
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Tlio urond pickLd up consider
nhlj nt tha track by the COiL Una
afternoon and In flic compared favor
ably to tlut of my Wednordaj at I
ShccpsheaJ The association anno incid
some Rood news to horsemen today
It Is that begInning next week the
pitracs will be Inerciseil None of the
overnight event will b < > worth Iai than i
II
W whIle some will be of U Q and S7f I
Talnwi There YU i ilellKliUul chaiiKo i
In the weather a brlh breeze from the
oosin Klvlns the air an autumnal tinge
McCahey Ride Good Race
llic iicll n S < 1 < poi I AIS 1alle up I
ai tuuhv Lwoyeurold uialilcn All I
Q aM a
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RESULTS AT BRIGHTON
FIRST RACESir John 8 to 1
and 3 to 1 1 Ruble 4 to 1 for
place 2 Tod 3
SECOND RACE Vervane 7 to 10
and 1 to 4 1 Motor 3 to 5 for
place 2 Fauquler 3
THIRD RACECorncob 11 to 5
and 9 to 10 1 Molessy 4 to 5 for
place 2 Greeno 3 i
FOURTH RACETrah 11 to 51
and 4 to 5 1 Cairngorm 9 to 10 for i
place 2 DArkfe 3
FIFTH RACETakahlra 3 to 1
srd 44 to 5 1 Wapcnoca 4 to 6
for place 2 Ragman 3
SIXTH RACE Black Mary 6 to
1 and 8 to 5 1 Bwom Ito 3 for
place 3 Arasee 3
t > Jr John nildun to AM callable Jo
ItOCI1la1 Wit iinIooke jud aan sn
tlouM JIcKaho guide him nicety
cumin roil julilnd the early p4Co ot
Ruble in IlK Mrtnh to win Iulog LWaI
Tol ran thIrd ill the Ii av anJ clom
fast aj usua In tho streci and all
Mil nlppoO U bin for thi place money
Jtoodib Klnj mud Tta Pippin thu
hottCCt ohoKMi OT 0 rn4 Got Detr
IRON BAR AUES
HALFHOURTIEUP
UN THE BftUGE
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One Man Badly Burned When I
It Drops and Makes a
Cross Circuit
A nobs Iltiiiit between the immr rail
liiid HIM turd circe alioiit K > foe Mst
of MIH llrooklvn anohoriRK on HIM south
I run of the UrooklYIi llrhlht at 114
A M today call u1 a tltup of L
trains for thirtytwo minutes tha burn
Ing of the signal and lad ulrei of the
bridge car adVice and seriously burned
a passing truck driver The accident
nat oaukd br a workman employed by
the Union Snltah Signal Company
dropping an Iron bar sorosi the track
and striking the live rail
The Injured man Is John Evans nf i
No 601 Errol Twelfth street and he waj
c i iOu1 to thu LlrooMin Hospital sut 1
irlnf from Imrru uhlch covered his
ljid arm anti lace He erte driving
ding he = ou h roadway and got off lo
ntlp put out th lire A Ilish caugnt i
him and he alinooi foil over the guard
rail of the undM III an effort to e cajM
HID inatrfnl tlin iiti bar felt on the I
I
Ililiii rill ann > ache the rrosj olmult
with the ground wirPI there was flr 1
uric and i irctrl il dliplt whloh from I
river Mow looked aft If the bridge I
e donnied by tire
IMnffUjjors on the Rrst appnachlnj
IC1ale1 train were lorrlflc ml main
mji ird wnun trl < d to ko off The
ctti tae ciu Aero stoppnl mill till
pu Clii was jhut on IIM M < nok
if nod itAa it uab ui t u nlnt
IB ul nlrci iiul fouau ml uiri
j Uo Brooln lupd luiull Com
1111 lid tutO a ii i > d The d4iitg
tltnaioil nt 13011
inns le hlofk n pMlut r ne
> r > oal id on tin d i er < Wa4 0 liner
UM 1111 itip i if p1 svn ere vvhu ant f
u lie MU lul jrrito
PHILADELPHIAS WIN
FROM WALES TEAM
TAKWKK ltllr IT rikl teal
tepcefltlt Lie < flhietLl of Iblli
I Ueipu 10 ii non t ti ii mh
lti u rt ait i Llii Uvmi bj al
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1SE9j
CONVENTIOik fl1Mul T or CHEERS
FOR BRYAN lASTING FOR 86 MINUTES
COLLEGE POINr II
AMUSEMENT SECTION I
DfSTROYtO fiRE
Flames Spreading With Remark ible
Rapidity Demolish Two Big Hotels
and Twenty Cottages at Long
Island esort
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Ilie amusement section of College Point L I uis practical
wiped out today b > a lire which started in Max elulens Casino Hotel
First avenue and first street on flushing Bay and spread to Resen
burgers Hutel and some 1cnty small collages nul outhouses loated
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beyond the terryhouse
The damage will reach SI 10000 it is estimated
The tire begin In the basement of Xehdens and jumped across to
the dining pavilion where a dozen persons uere it dinner Within ten
minutes the dining pavilion was in flames and the dancing pavilion next
caught afire The bowling alleys and bathhouses and tollhouse were
soon to go the pine wood of the structures feeding the Ibmes
The Xeliden Casino and Hotel was a
twos tory building erected flt en Vffiirs
ago Several Kiieits wore rauglit on the
upper floor and had to Jump Into the
water to euuipe an thu utalrwuyB
were on fira In nuwt an i J nit ai
the blaze began From tile main Iruo
lure the fire limped atiiM to the JOt
and bath hmihun at the waters edtro
where fiij IliiniPi wore fought with
stream from a flieboat
Hotels and Yachts Destroyed
Charle > renmi Clilif of the College
Point Voiunteti fire Department wi
that the firt wile ceitnln to destroy Iho
buildings alontf the water lie suit to
tfluililng Whltetone and other long i
Iiland points for aslstanoe and when
the fire reached the tour sinn Uflcn
burgers Hotel he telephoned to loire
11iHdqunrtprp In Brooklyn Cur mote aid
Mans boats and vaiilits IUnn nru
ihor were badl elnirivl by Ih
i luts Idlc war > fannwl bj II twiin
tmll wind 1or a Imp i ImkMl
as If the NVw York mil I ellg I In
Ferry Compiny tnii Id i tile would tin de
strayed ard the effort of thr flrmiwn
Atrs ientr I lI sivlng II Thi lire
men surcefdod aa the fli took ltd
Ljurau ui i lucl nf taft upon which
stood some twenty cottages all of
which were burned down almost be
fore the first angina hail arrived from
WllllantiburB
Casino Soon In Ruins
A farrjlvat on which there wwi
about 100 taeaastrgers va about to
enter her sili ttiiun the tire started
hut AJI ainul a war
In rlrtlc limits ZchdoYi Casino
Wwi entlru n num anil It was najd
that the loss on It alone was lUOtCU
The terminal ot il > r N i 1
Uueens County Lleotrlt Ha Iroad U dl
ieitly actuaa fiom tile hotel and > < oitis
of earn were luiiovoa to a ate dis
tance to t auit tlitlr UsttruoUon
fdini i isltin wtt operated under
the cunawmtiil of SImon Qiv4ii A
Simon
i let i ehlettC
Casino Ill M that the lily was railed
b
tJSP < rks front the tire fall IIn the roof
of the Knliint a
fnctnn one milt away Uum Iw
ilxiru c iln fi Tue ll losiiin ut tin
T tvn Hiindnil and Vmellnth 1rrxlnc
nation iid to 0o upon he roof mil
1 > Id i iil byte
Ohcr ilamJKp as Piiftiliniil In 11
ioWa rlntrl S1I rhlltim tint Worki
J i Vu i i iar H C
all JIjol Frnrt Dindjri s rut
ics iWi v hi ag l f 1 f
bo ker Y lUit Cluh It f l inj Micr
prefer wmm1 uner tee i
toncejelonalr li ainiiBFiiro
The pier of the New Tork inil CH li j
Point ferrj onpai ta bull hurnH
and bud It not been lor the activity of
ti f IrvUia t Xopbar Itllli and David
i Howl bt ferry howe wouH have
Wen detioKl cntirelj
i he burned JUtrict cepre enl an < no I
tre block from Jh too of Klrat au
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All Former Demonstrations Outdone
by a Wild Delirious Crowd at Den
ver Which Exhausts Itself
In a Long Howl
NEW YORK STANDS FIRM
IN REFUSING TO JOIN IN
Bryanite Attempt to Seize the States Stand
ard but Tammany Men Prev2nt Them
From Carrying It Away Fight Com
ing Over Guffey Men
HY MARTIN GUHRN
Staff Coirespondent of Tlie Ivenlng World t
I Dbblv July 8The Chicago onventinn clicerej its master
lor tortysix liii till les
The Denver Convention cheered its master this afternoon for an hour
iiul eniysix iiulniitcs
Whit was expected to be a short perfunctory session to bt followed
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lowed by n recess until 8 oclock tonight to fight over th ereport of the
Committee on Credentials was turned into a remarkable demonstration
for William Jennings Bryan The Peerless Ones managers seized on
the moment when a light was being organized to loosen the grip of tha
master to work the crowd Into a tumult of cheering
The Committee on Credentials after an allnight session in addition
to throwing out the McCarren delegation from Brooklyn decided to
unseat eight of the Gutley delegates from Philadelphia and thus put
GulTey off the National Committee This caused a tremendous row
rourteen States Including New York joined In a protest It was
planned to have the convention take a recs Imtil 8 oclock tonight to
give lie two sides of the committed a chance to make up their reports
vSJJVATOfl GORH SiT THEM GOING
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A motion for a rece < was nude hut Temporary Chairman BeD
good naturedly permitted the crowd to have a little more fun and Sen
ator Gore of Oklahoma was Introduced to mAe a speech Ht had not
spoken ten minute when he mentioned the name of Bryan Then the
tumult began ant It cnnlinued until ill reconU of vlenionstratlons 4n
conventions had been broken Wlwn there unis a slKI tlut It was dying
out some Bryan boomer stirted it italn Standards of Stales wera
I seled and carried to the phltorm jjul there pliwJ In a group while the
bearers danced around them like wild Indiaiu
Anr YORK HELD BANNIW AGAINST IIORDQS
New York was one of the feu Stiles not responsible In the noise
m iking gathered around the New York delegation and alempled to selw
he banner of that State Pammajiy men lucked by several husky Sul
Ivanites seized the standard and wrestled with the crowd When the
bittle was over New Yorks standard was still In Its place
Order was restored alter the din had continued for an hour and
Iwentysh minutej and Senator Gore was permitted to continue his
speech
When Gore hart cninplet Ma ipuiea1
the Convention tooli a rectiH until 8
nonuk tonight At thin session the
rotitaiit ova the Giffay del wtts will
be ftnigta to a flnleh
Cot Quifej who has been the back
hone of the opposition tfl Bryaji is the
ohteif ffftuie Jn line hjiit which baa fol
low < i the ilaolEton o < the CXimniittea nn
Cretpnllas to unwrtt eight of Ms dale
WPS trim I1 ilailelph a and put m
theIr tliies elffln supporters ot Ury < aii
Tha sratltu of tltftse men wwild wreet
thu oontrw ot tile party In IVnnsyl
vinla frrnn irtei anti put a Bryan
man on the NiUional Oommittefl from
thit Stala
From the lop
of the Tower
il the Metropolitan BuiUing one
rn iee 40 milts in any direction
Through an Ad
in The World
nd can olkr daily to work
ire huy sell rent excliaii
k w to more person Jiving
iiliin this hroui area than can
rtMched through ANY r i
i MHHH nnrnme n > v St >
put toge her
Tlis iJwIlopme1l1 turned what pronv
UoJ to be a short anil unliUoreatlna
session Into somerhlng bnstllnfr with
HroHorta twoaus the Ouffey mon tho
DuNita men the MoCarrcm nitii and nil
I tha others who nero turned down In
the nuituitfi liriMthe thruars of
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vtni < anoe Col Ouffd wa ebpoolaJly
U < ro
i U IB generally lonoedod that he was
I nut iHfuiii > lr triuexl by Temporary
lhalrllliLn Hell yesterday In tint his
1tlele were ilioiled their atuolul
rljH 10 take part In the orjonlzitlon
uf the iMHtntlon Iany poarful and
IndncntUi iloliKatta promised Col QuI
fay that they uould iupj ort any action
be mIght decide to take to gala iuattaq
lor nit sJelcgatS g and hlnibelf
The vote in the OomtnlliiH < m Irn
I tlsla nn lite Penney lvii a i > ittt cat
ShoWhi fourteen Stilss ni line New
York lotlnjf aith Col llIifa force
ti the latter are antlHnai the attl
I jde of these founcen flflIe taR t9
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urent of sentiment Tro fourteen
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