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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1912.
"Greatly Pleased at Fine
Showing Made by American
Athletes," Taft's Message.
CABLES Recreation Schools Making Americans
Of Best Types from Lively Youngsters
WINNING NEW HONORS.
Americans Rouse Applause
in Military Events, Taking
i Second Place.
U. S. OLYMPIC TEAM
LEADS ALL OTHERS.
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t all tl trtBta of ts Olrznplc la
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WASHINGTON, July 16. 1'rraklent
Taft to-day cabled hi congratulation
to th vletorioua Amotion athUtea at
Btockholm, follcrwln rtcelpt of a me
aaice from Commllonr Jame E. Jul
llvan. officially railing the Eaecutllie'a
attention to the wlnnlnic of th Olym
pic tnet. Sullivan wired:
"The representative of the TJnltrd
Btatei have attain icorrd a glorious vic
tory In the Fifth Olympald In the field
S PAN ISN
Preparing for a Pageant
on Aug. 3 on the Sheep
Green in Central Park
in Which 2,000 Children
Representing All Na
tions Will Take Part
Dressed in National Costumes.
Marguerite Mooers Marshall.
"1 believe that the plarrrounda
of Hew York City make mora
American eltliena than any other
tingle afoncy. The playground doei
away with the gang among the
boye aaa the aecret eoclety among
the glrle. Waterloo waa won on
the floldi of Jfitoa and Harrow, in
the history of the fntnre we abaU
ttnd American battlea won on
That In the enthuttlc conviction ot
William J. Ie, Supervleor of llfcrea
tlon for Iho children ot Mnnliattan. To
ehow urown-tip New Yorker what a
fine lot of rhllilrrn tin I turning Into
clttzrn Mr. Ure ha Junt nrranitcd for
a trrmrmloui Chllilren'i rKfnnt. It
will take placo A tie. 3 on tho Rhrep
and track eectlon. Our men behind the
aim, rifle and revolvers ateo lead the green In Ontral 1'ark. end will be one
world, and our cyrllate and awlmmere of the feature of the hi Children'
(cored heavily In their respective
event. Riding competition not conclud
ed. In this greet world's eihlbltlon.
where each nation enters it beet type
of men representing speed, strength,
agility, accuracy, endurance and cour
age, America again leads the world."
"Greatly pleased at fine showing made
by American athletes In fifth Olympiad.
Hearllr.t congratulations to Comml.- gllton, ro co.orertttlnc wlth Mr. Auld
Festival nrraiued by the Human Wel
fare I.cnKiie, of which Hubert C, Auld
MANY ORGANIZATIONS TO BE IN
Representatives of th Public School
Athletic League, the Department of
Child Hygiene, the Manhattnn Trade
CALLED FOR TRIAL
BEFORE THE SENATE
STOPS A GAME OF CARDS
BY SHOOTING A PLAYER.
Stranger Enters East Side Barber
Shop and Wounds His
IOanardo Roman, who has n barber
shop at No. Ill Knt Tenth street, was
playlnn a nmc of cards with a man
known an Hocco tht afternoon. Sev
eral customer woro standing about
wntchlnic tho piny.
A stranger appeared In tho doorway.
Ilocco took a look at the BtraiiBer and
jumped to hi feel. Tho utroniter drow
ft revolver nnd fired three shots. One
hit a big mirror In tho rear nnd ahat-
W J. LIsE
OtilM la located there. And on the
Fourth of July three policemen han-
ulM a Crunil of 11,000 anil mere wmh i
an ni-H.lr.nt nn th same day at Co
lumbus Park, In the. Mulberry Bend
nelgrborhood, the Five Points of famous
memory, a couple of policemen easily
looked after S,W0 people.
"Ovrr In the Itudion Guild neighbor
hood they've organized & Citizens' Pro
tective Conmlttee, and they never think
of lorldnr un their baseball and basket
ball equipment. Each person realise
that he I oart of a community, ana win
lie Judged by hi fellow, not by some
uurplng higher authority. Thoe folks
. , .... 1 ..lfw.rn.
are irarmnK mo icyu wi .cu-.vio...-
Hchool, the Women's Municipal League.- mrnU eMMrnl and nit
ma liny iuu ami many oinrr organi
doner and athlete.
"WILLIAM II. TAFT."
In arranging tho Festival. Uut ha I
particularly elated at having aecurod the
The Stadium, in which mot of th .,... .. j,in.. wonder when Mr.
field nnd traok event of the OtMrpla hv9 toIJ mB bout L
Mines were decided, underwent during ..Jt win bo c)flJ "Around the World in
the night a complete , transformation. m jilunte,' " he ald. "and It could be
To-day it was found to b planted with gVfn ln no otnfr cUy , the worl(Ji For
hydrangesa and other bright flower every coun1ry wlll u, represented by
and studded with hedges, barred gate children once natives ot that country
d hloh had displaced tho ana naw B00j AmerjMng. Uor, ,hn
cinder path. he. Jumping pits nnd Iho wo.tn0uand boys and girli are ached-
gymnsio gpparaius. uM , lake parti
A Orllllant gudlence comprising many certaiimlv INTEND TO
member ot th royal family, the leading lus JSTe
repr"nta(lvs of society and Swedish FEED THE KIDS,
cavalry and artillery officer with their "You can unaerstand how elaborate
wive psoked the banks of seats round tne ,rfar WU be whcn t ull you th
the arena shprtly before 1 o ork- tne Feetlval Committee mutt provjde 100
The fourth even . J1: auto truck, to traneport children from
ksmg?' """"" W,.t
rids, an Individual sleeplecJusa rldt, Drive at Sixty-eighth street, where the
Drise Jumn'.rur and prise riding, was Pageant will be hold. Also there will
completed In the afternoon. Germany be required 1,000 brick of Ice cream, 4,000
occupied first place with 11S.S0 points, ady tingert, tW quart of milk. 2,(XX)
th llnlted SUtta second with 117.49. na, j b f canJ d sm
and Hweden ililrS with 117.07. n.,i,,... i ,.,,
The American fc-ffleers showed a great Pckige. of popcorn
Improvement ovex'the form they had n erup of children wlll represent
exhlbltod at til last Ixndon Iforse 'native drees,' which Includes Indians,
Show and when it became known they cowboys, 'tennl girl and baseball play-
Jiad replace, the rlweoes ana lauen (rl. Then ln succession -will come chll
Second place they war greatly ap- jren of England. Hcotland, Hwltierland
The . funeral service for the dead
Marathon runner, F, I.aiaro of Portu
gal, who died from aunrftroke, waa held
to-day at the Catholic church ,here.
VISITS WILSON TO
TALK OF CAMPAIGN
Lieut.-Gov. Conway and Perry
Belmont of New York Also
"Over three million children were
xaade happy on the city play
grounds last year, and howmuob.
do yon think It oostf or super
vision, Instruction, recreation and
maintenance, exactly O.QPO ino
cent per ohlldl
"And aside frnm the social and ethi
cal advantage ot the playground,
think of the physical benefit they offer!
The children are kept outdoor, and,
more than that, (killed Instructor di
rect each Individual toward the sort ot
exercti that Is moat needed by him or
ner, Ynere I no nimies activity, r mm
the crndle-wlng for the tiny baby to
Ihe parallel bars for the full-grown
youth, the playground offers health for
"Wo had ten playgrounds two year
ago," concluded Mr. Lee. "We hava
over forty now. I hope we're going to
have n grea-t, great many more, ln the
next few years. We need them in our
buxlneaa ot making American men and
OTHER NATIONS HOW
Russia, .dermany, Italy, Spain, Hawaii
Ireland. , Mrco and Japan. All theac
younga,te,r wilt war tho coitumes uf
the cOilhe they hv. left for the
United llatei, and theyywlll dance tho
national diif ce.
"UndeV'lhe suparvUlon of their teach
er it tha.varlou recreation centres, the
TO PLAY'BASEBALL. chlldrey ,are already ut work making
ineir owni coaiume. f ive-tliouiand
var.l nf material ivtll La V
STOCKHOLM, July l.-fhe Amerl- ' "r j
can showed the other athlete of alt uujtui UL6SUN IN
nation how to play baieball thl after- PATRIOTISM.
noon. They did It In the Olympic "Ot course, after the paislng of the
stadium, and probably two such nines nations there will be a grand tlnalo.
were never gathered together before In I when all the children wlll wave Amerl
the whole history of baseball. They
war divided Into Baaterner and Writ-
ernera and the Kaatern team beat tho
Western one by a score of ( to 2.
Among the Kastern players were C.
K. Ilrlckley, the Harvard hop-step-and-
can flags and lng 'America,' 'Dlxlo'
and 'The Star-Spangled llnnnor.' It
wlll be the lineal object lesaon In
patriotism ever given, both to thu boyi
and girls and to the audience. Hut
patriotism and playground always go
Jumper: James Thorpe, the Carlisle In-1 together," Mr. Lee ended, with a cheer-
tilnn all-around athlete; Den Adam, ful imlle.
CHAUFFEUR LOSES BRIDE,
Conrad Eysoldt Ends Effort to Re
cover His Wife by Writ of
Oonrnd C. Kyaoldt, the chauffeur son
In-law of John W. Lunhear. a director
of the North Ward Dank of Newark,
N, J abandoned hi effort to-day to
recover hla bride by habeas corpu
'i v. limn. i
The chauffeur' brldo returned to her
parent' home at Mount Tabor two
day after her marriage in the New
York City Hall. Kysoldt began habe-a.1
corpu proceeding before Vice-Chan-rellor
Howell In Newark. The testl
mony wn taken In ecret. To-day It
wna nntioiincr J that the bride had left
the chauffeur of her own "volition and
that ho wns not kept a nrlsouor nt her
home. Vlcc-Chaneellor Howell dls
mlaaed the writ and Kysoldt'a counsel
abandoned the suit.
the New York Athletlo Clnb'n high
Jumper; John Paul Jonea, the amateur
mile runner; lien Adam s brother
Piatt, the broad Jump star; A, It.
Klvlst.. the long-distance phenomenon;
E. R. Mercer, the broad Jumper from
Penmylvanla Unlveralty; L. Whitney,
th lloiton ihot-putter, and II, P.
Drew,' the black sprinter from Spring
The Western tar Included B. F. Llnd
berg, the Chicago Athletic Aseoctatlon'a
100-yard man; 11, ll, I luff, another 100
yarder from Michigan Unlveralty; Le-1le
Burd, the gigantic Jumper from Chicago
University; F. O, Iron, the Chicago
Jumper; F. V. Ilelote, the sprinter from
th same city; and I. N. Dawnport, still
"Then you think the Immigrant y,iuni;r
ten can be made good cltlrens?" I
"Sure they can," asserted Mr, Lee.
"X think X know sonietblng about
children. X waa on of a family of
sixteen, and X have nine boys and
girls at home bow. And X know
that If you treat young folk fairly
they'll treat 70a fairly. If you
train them ln health and ptlf-con-trol
they'll grow np healthy, lf
controlled men In, a word, good
cltixena of a republic.
Wu don't have any trouble wltn
gang In neighborhoods where we have
another Chleagoan; G. J.. Horlne. thfl playground. And wo don't, havo the
high Jumpw from thel'aclflc coin; I, J
Courtney of Heattle, and J, A. Mrnual
th C, A. A, all-rounder.
It wa perhap the fastest collection
ot player seen on an amateur field and
they demonstrated the game at Its very
best to the throng of International
athlete who woArhed them.
Killed l Fall,
An unidentified man (flipped and fell
the rear yard of No. 617 Weat One
Hundred and Twenty-seventh street
tbl afternoon. He wa killed In
tMtijr. Th body, that of a mart
asarnt thlrty.-ar year old, waa taken
M vrest on HunAYed aoa Tweoty-
llttte girl forming club that meet in
dark cellars. Tho playground, open to
nun and air and all wholesomo In
fluences.' ls the social centre of tho
"There Isn't one boy or girl In one
thousand who I naturally vicious. Their
toughness and hooOlumlstn, when these
exist, are (Imply the result nt ml
directed energy. Provide proper chan
nel In whlclT the energy may expand
and you do away with Juvenile delin
'Take the Chelsea Park neighborhood
which had a reputation of it own not
SAVED FROM DEATH BY GAS.
Xrlalilxir Finds Would-Ile-Selelde
Jut In Time.
Mrn, M. M. Dagllan of No. 228 Kat
Twenty-sixth street tried tn commit
iu1cKlo by Inhaling rsb to-day, bo'
rauce nhe Hiiffered from 'litiumatlrm
MrH. UaKlIan Ih over tlxty years eld
and the mother of four gun. For the
TRENTON, N. J., July U. Oscar W,
Underwood, Chairman of the Commit
tee on Ways and Mean ot the House
of Representative, met Gov, Wilson
for the first time shortly after noon to
day at the State House and went Im
mediately into a prlvnto conference
with tho nominee, with whom ho
lunched later in tho afternoon. Mr.
Underwood met aleo at, tho Governor's
office Perry Belmont, Thoma J, Ryan
ond Chnrlea P. Donnelly, the latter
two Democratic leaders of Philadelphia.
The meeting between the Governor
and Leader Undarwood was cordial.
"I feel nlmont a If I hnd known
you a long time," said the Governor.
"We both went to the University of
Virginia, although you entered a year
or thereabouts after I left. It seems
strange when our trains were o close
together that they did not collide, but
now that we have come together with
out accident I trust that we will run
along on parallel track."
Mr. Underwood smiled ana sola ne
was sure no quite agreeu wim mo
lilr. Underwood wns met nt Hie sta
tion by the Governor's secretary. On
hl way to the Htate lloufr Mr. Under
wood said ho oaino up from Washing
ton ohlelly to pay his respect to the
"If tho Governor wants to discuss Jeg
IMitlon before Oongre." ho added,
"we'll do so. I havo 110 npelal subject
in mind to take up with him."
Gov. Wllron motored from 6ea Girt
to Trenton to-day to i',vote the day to
Stato iiffnlr. meet Lieut.-Gov. Cowmy
of New NYork and take luncheon wtth
Mr. Conway arrived In Trenton at 11
o'clock nnd wn warmly welcomed nt
the Stnt.i llouaa by Gov. Wilson. V1 In
Gov. Wilson wan tnlklnx with Mr. Con
way, Perry Belmont, with whom tho
Governor also had un npolntmeiit, ar
rived at tho State House. Mr. Ik-1
mont In an Interview slid;
Publicity of rnmpulKn contribution
I only ono of the several thlngn
wanted to tnlk with the Governor
about. 1 do not care to nay more now,
hut may make n Htntement after our
Mr. Ilolmont had les than five min
ute to wait beforo Mr. Conway left.
"1 called merely to felicitate Gov
Wilson on hi nomination," Mr, Con-
wur eald. "I nm glad ho was nomln
ated. nnd I wanted to tell him no nnd
to pledge my support.'
Owner ot Hollywood Otvee Liabil
ities mm 228,0181 Aaaeta, $20.1.250.
Muriel V. Spcncer-Stndlcr of No. 350
West Klghty-flfth street, owner of tho
Hollywood Hotel nnd Cottages prop
erty at West End, Long Branch, N, J.,
ln a voluntary petition gives llabtHtles
of 1228,613.23, with assets of 1203,250.
Included In the asset are hotel, cot
tn?e. laundry and homestead property
of the late John lloey at Long Branch
valued at 1197,000 and the hotel furni
ture, Ac, worth over (6,000. Of the
liabilities, claims aggregating 1204,
62C.23 ure secured by mortgage on the
Long Branch properties and claim of
$19,778,31 are unsecured. The bank
rupt owes A. Lincoln Stadler of No.
436 Fifth avenu ?1,000 for money
James McCreery &
Summons Marked by Cere
monv in Which Each Senator ered u. The other two ht struck
J Rocco ln the side. The stranger dlap-
t e 1 c-:l HmIh peureci up tno street, ilocco wns ro-
15 OWUII1 ItJ ojici-iai ivuijr. moved to Bellcvuo Hwpltal unconscious.
Nothing is known of the wounded man
except that ho hn.i been a hanzor-on
.....tit,-t-..- T..i.. 1 t,ii1i Robert aooui no neighborhooil for several
nAmi.nu.v.,, ...... .-r month. Itnmnnn ,,nM. . .....
W. Archbald of the Commerce n, n exp anntlon o ,hV shoT. V ttZ u
the ninth man In the History 01 me ,.. - -
TJnltea stales 10 oe miietin-u uooco and not for him,
crimes and misdemeanor wns mn-
moned to-day beforo the nenaie 10
stand trial upon charges made by the
Following strictly the rule and order
laid donen ln the oode.begnn more than
a century ago, tho Senate took up uie
fnrmit nroceedlnxs. The fall ot tho
gavel cut short other business a Son.
stnr Gnlllnger. acting President, on
I nounced that the hour for the trial hnd
n r r 1 1. .
There wn a moment of confusion n
the Sonute. unable to Interpret rtne
out of "e since 1W4, sought a method
of administering oaths that changed
the body into the high court of im
peachment contemplated by tne con
Acting President Gnlllnger had first
to be sworn In n presiding ofricor, but
none could say who should do It. St-n-ator
Shelby 'M. Oullom. the oldest mem
ber, was finally designated on motion
of Senator Rmoot,
Senator Onlllnger Wien swore tne
Senators to their duties ns Judge. In
turtle of eleht. selected alphabetically,
they came forward to the bar and swore
All Senators toon tne oaui except
Bankhend. Brown, Chilton, Curtis,
imvia. Dixon. Du I'ont, Kern, Penrose,
Tnlndexter. Rayner, Richardson nnd
Wninnn. who wero nbsent
a. Hie last retired to Ms seat, Sen
ator Olnrk of Wyoming, chntrmnn of
the Judiciary commute", iireaenini mo
formal resolution, to iniurm tne nwn
that the Senate now sat as tho "high
court of Impeachment" and wa pre
pared to receivo tne noune ot iiepre-
scmlative anu h wiiiniuip. v .nuu
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tv-ben the court of Impeachment re
sumed after 3 o'clock thl nfternoon a
,mmon for Judge Archbald, return
able on July 1. wni Issued. Whether
the trial will Immediately go on or bo
postponed until fall or winter probably
will oe aeciueu men. nu ivun uieii
adjourned until 12.30 P. M. Friday.
fftoia ths llovitoa Pest.)
"What proportion of your salary does I
your wife permit you to Keepr'
"Did you discuss with htm your own
prospective candidacy for Governor of
"I did not; not n word," ho replied
Year's Conscience .Honey, 90,1114,
WASHINGTON, July 10. The still
ma!l voice of conscience, pleading with
,,,, ,v(..k or ,... hB i13un'i .P f-M-1 Amorlran -whu In various ways had de
ast werk or two xhe H3n t Hon reel-1 , , ,h xTMltP,i Bmte Government,
lug very .wel . niM more titan once sho QwUi t0 lne Scleral Treasury during
talkiM glnnmlly of the trials of un old
wpman who had outlived her day.
To-day f woman vn passing
through the hallway she detected the
ndnr of gas from Mr. Dagllan' apart
ment. Forcing her way in she discov
ered the sick woman with a gas tube
In her mouth. Him was still conscious.
The resnicr snatched the tu'bo awny,
turned oft the iju and culled a police
man who sent In a cull for an ambu
lance to Hcllevue Hospital, where aho
the llscnl year of 1912, Just closed, u
total of M-BH
Mitchell Waives Right.
WASHINGTON. July 16,-John Mit
chell, Vice-President of tho American
I'Yderntlon of Labor, found guilty a
second time In tho Dlxtrlct Supreme
Court, with President, Gompers nnd
Secretary Morrison of the Federation,
of contempt of court, has waived hit
right to bs present when sentonce I
nu case to-morrow, air.
nassed In 'hla case to-morrow.
Mitchell I at present engaged In
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