5,000 NOMINATE GAYNOR,
WHO IS NEAR COLLAPSE,
. BEFORE CITY HALL CROWD
"I Accept," Says Mayor in Ad
dress Read by Secret nry
SUFFERS FROM WOUND.
City's Chief Executive Pale
and Trembling as Great
Ob the atepg of the City Hell at 1
'clock to-day. In the presence of Ave
thousand people. Mayor Qaynor accept
ed an Independent nomination for
Mayor. The offer wn tendered to hire
by Jacob H. Schlfl. R. Roai Appleton,
Herman Illdder and Henry Clews, head
ing a committee representing- a large
number of Independent political organl
atlona. Petltlona bearing thousands of
iumi have bean prepared and will be
filed with the Board of Klectlone under
the emblem of a ahovel.
Mare Uaynor presented a weak and
trembltn figure and caused uneatlneee
to friends Immediately around him. He
wae unable to deliver hla epeerh of
aeceptance. Hie secretary, ttotert
Adamson read It for him. Nor wi the
Mayor able to etand during the twenty
minutes qf formal proceedings. He roee
to bla feet three tmii and stood for not
to earned a minute. Then he etepped
back and eat wearily In an arm chair.
The heat nearly caused the Mayor's
eollapee. When he returned to h'. of
fice he removed hla hut, coat and col
lar and remained for some minuted near
an open window
Behind hie loft ear. where Uie bullet
that waa fired at him three roafl ago
aiin remalne, there wae apparent a large
Mtie discoloration. I this wound
that ha been troubling him eeverely
during the past two weoks. causing
great pain and disturbance of his
aei I in The Mayor described the
trouble as a fruitless effort on the part
f nature to dislodge the bullet urxt ul
moot destroying hla nervous system In
MAYOR PALE-FACED AND TREM
BLING BEFORE CROWD.
The noon day sun beat with torn .
severity In the face it -the Mayor as Hi
(Continued on Second Page, J
Baseball Games To-Day
000000 1 20 3
10000000 0 ft
Batteries Brown and Clark. Adams
AT ST. LOUIS.
2 4 1 0 0
10 0 10
Batlejllls ITili iii ami Hioenahan.
tVeckell and Tiringn
0S000010 w- 4
roome ami Henri ; Brown
as, tils it or I'Ha world."
Doris, fesu.ua u tkt ereatnr i stiertoea
Baa lost wrlttea e moat ams4ag t,ry,
Wetas deals elta the sssUuctiua uf a ualtirat.
real aaw 11017. ssuued foe roams Sell," trial
eat aea ef tula famed autlior, wul ls-gia 'a tba
aaat eaaaar Wend lUusteeud Magaalue .oi
HXase - eea teaser assets
ro. (The .1r
EVEN BREAK WITH
Hard Luck of Pinch Hitters
Spoiled Chances in the
R. H. PO.
Morsft, ff a .
Smith, 3 b
i Pfcffer, p
rotate I..., 3 7 27 13 2
Meyers ran for W. Klecher In Sth.
Hummel batted for I'feffer Jn 9Ui
Klrkpatrivk hatted for Moran In Dth.
R. H PO.
Byrne. 3b I
Knabe,2b I 0 4
Patkert. cf 0 I I
Magee, If I I 3
Cravath, rf. . .. . 0 3 3
Luderua, lb I 2 7
Doolan, aa 0 0
Killifer, a 0 2 7
Camnitz, p 0 0 0
Brennan, p 0 0 0
First llaae 01
4 10 27 2
nails ff Pfefter, . off
tru--k out Hy I'fefff-r, 4,
Two-li.tae hit I.uderue.
Hyrne (I), KUllfer. Smith.
MAa.ec, t'ntshatv, IforBU, Wheat liouble
playa-iKlaher, c'utshaw to Daubert.
rfeffer tu Smith. Doolan, Knabe to l.u-
derui wild PRon Pfeffer, Hit by
pit. Iter Magee 2 1 . Knale. Cmpirea
Rrcrinan and Kaaon A i tend in 2,u00
Knabe, 5 b.
Cute haw, to.
I 'aubert. lt.
Kason and Bren-
KHBBT.S F1HI.D. HItOOKI.VN. Sept.
1-The Phillies adderl another victory to
their Hat to-dav by taking the first game
of the doubl-header from the Dodgers
after a nerd fo ight game by a svore of
4 to 3. The I 'odgeis hti'l a good ctMUsOe
to win the fame In tin' aixth, and despite
thi fait thai Baalth atari aa rr with a
base on balls ami Boh Fisher and W.
Flacher followed with aingles, they were
only aVle to get one run, for pinch hitter
Hummel hit Into a double play and
Klrkpafrck. thi' second pinch Mtter,
Tanned out. leavlnx Rob Flaher standlna
on third bag. After a abort rest the
'.earns started pla: Ing the secund gam. .
with iteulbach dolnii the pitching for
thelndgrs, while ( Inrlmera done tbe
twirling for the PhlMlee.
FIRST I.NM.Vd Uyrne flie. out to
Stengel Knahc dnn e i long
Wheat I'aakerl was the third
on his poll up to short .unite
ttngcl grabbed by a nice running cat' h
Knabe switched Moran .- Imumler and
tossed htm out at first I'utahaw sent
a slow roller toward the pttOher'e box
and bee I I'haliner's thrOW to tlrat.
StengeJ hit Into a double pla... Knabe
isMiUderue o Runa, Nona Left,
SKCOND IKNINO alagat I at a
oounder whb i was kno'Ked dow.i bj
Ruulbacii, io recovered the ball in
I " rW" " ' " 1 -Salcajui; 'Circulation Book Open to AIL' I T
Hi rm raMlshu
i EIGHT MEN DROWN
Steamer Also Reported Lost
During Storm in Which
Nebraska's Men Meet Death. I
HAMPTON ROADS SWEPT
Fate of Sidewheeler Mobjack
From Norfolk, With Pas
sengers, in Doubt.
NEWPORT NBWP, Va. Sept. 1
Three petty officers and Are men of the
battleship Nebraska were drowned to
day when one of the ehlp'e launches wae
wrecked by a waterspout that raced In
from the eea during the hurricane
sweeping the coast here.
The Old Dominion Hner Mobjack la
reported eunk In the bay with a crew
of eight end some passengers The re
port le unconfirmed.
The Nebraska le at anchor off Fort
Monroe, but the eaore wireless has been
put out of commleaion by the a term
and communlcatloa by small boate le
impossible. The namee ef those lost are
nnl knneV aahnra
The drowned men were attempting to
make shore when men on the wharvee
who watched their perilous passage s,iy
a waterspout struck the launch, over
turned It and men and boat disappeared
In the waves and spume.
The hurricane which has been blow
ing since early morning Is accom
panied by almost blinding downpoura of
rain, but the battleships seemed to be
riding It out well, despite tugging at
The Mobjack Is an old sidewheeler
and was hound from Old Point to Mob
Jack Bay. she Is reported to have gone
down near the mouth of the York
River All wires to that point are
The (Hd lvmilnlon llnr Prlnceea Anne,
arriving to-day from New Vrrk, re
ported having sighted the Mi.bjack thlsj
monilni? proceed. ng eaeVry through the
lower bay. Later the company received
a report saying she was aife
No Inforinailen regarding the Old no
nunion liner Mobjack, icporti-d sunk In
Chesapeake Bay, had reached the New
York offices of the line this afternoon.
It waa said that the Mohjack made I
dally trip through the hay, leaving Nor
folk, Va., at S A. M. ami returning at
1 P. M. The steamer generally carried
a large number of pasarngers.x
BANDIT "BILL" MINER
OIES IN GEORGIA PRISON
Train Robber and Jail Hreakor Had
a Criminal RfCOffj of
tttUUBDQMNIMM, ua, aept .1 -
Tleath ha, freed "Bill" Miner, notorious
robber and Jail breaker, from Ids lst
prison term, ills plct iremjue careei
which Included clashes with the laws ..f
more than a score of Statea and aei
eral Canadian provlncea. ended laai
night at the ee. rgla 1'rison farm.
Miner's criminal oareer began nearly
sixty yeiira ago. He left hla home III
Jackson OOUntTi Ky.. before he wis
n ft eea veara old and want Wast, lie
admitted nmneroua stage coach rob
lerlra and train holdups and waa severs,
tlmea Imprisoned for robbing banks
Three years ago he was brought to His
State prison farm nere for robbing a
train near l.ula. Oa.
lew Kiibinarlne. K-l, l.auiu-hril.
griN'CV. Mans. Sept , The aub
naiine torpedo tsa'. K-l waa gtJAoega
fully launched to-da fnni the yard ll
the Fore River Shipbuilding Company
Mis. Allien W Marshall, wife of I. leu'
Commander Marshall, un inspector ol
machinery at the ard, christened the
reaeeli The lv-i ; the first Ui no over.
lioard of a Heat of nine similar boats
YORK, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,
FIVE MORE DYING,
VICTIMS OF WRECK
ON NEW HAVEN
Manager Denies Engineer Was
Overworked and Wishes
tor More Like Him.
WRECKED CARS BURNED.
But That Was by Permission
Interstate Commerce Com
iSitsKial to The Crtnhig wirld
NBW HAVT.'N, rtopt. J.-The total of
dead In yeeterday's New York, New
Haven and Hartford wreck may be In
creased from twenty-one the present
revised figure-to twenty-six before
twenty-four hours have elapsed. Noon
reports from Oraee Hospital and New
Haven Hoapltal etete that five of the
injured arc beyond hope of recovery.
Triers victims are Jeanne and Bdna
Aniaett. slaters, of Baynnne. N. J : Rose
Zimmerman of New York. WtUsam O.
Rowland of Philadelphia and I B. Col
lomy. or Colhim, of BllPkgport, Me.
Trie Interstate Commerce Commleaion
win nasrm a pupate Inquiry Mere on
Friday Into the cause of the wreck.
Ths hearing will be conducted by rem
.nlsaioner MoChord, who has Invited the
Public UtIIIUaa Commission of he Htate
to sat with him. ag has been the case
at previous WTecJt hearings.
W H. Belnap, Inepector for the com
mission, arrived here to-day and servsa
notice on Preeldent Elliott of the New
Haven Road that he would expect ths
attendance at the hearing of all wit
nesses who could throw light on the
auaea of the wreck President Elliott
said that the road was eager to assist
the commission In every way and that
all evidence that could be gathered
would be placed at Its disposal.
This investigation will he , one of the
most thorough ever conducted aito a
wreck on the New Haven road," said
Mr. Helnap to-day, aftsr a long-distance
telephone conversation with
Commissioner MoChord In Washington
We him not only going into the causes
of this wreck specifically, but we In
tend to bring to light the fundamental
condltlona of operation and executive
management which may lie behind It.
"Our Imiulry will go much deeper Into
tnese conditions than the Inquiry Into
the wrei-k at Stamford last June. That
had mainly to d with the personnel of
employees and the queatlon of adequate
brakes In this Inquiry we shall look
Into the generel operation of ths road,
Into methods of running trains, sched
ules and headway of trains, Into the
signal sraleiu and evef other pvssibla
famor Be sure we are going to the
bottom In a most thorough manner I
have no doubt that the commission's
action In the matter will lie drastic.'
Mr. Belnap sent two of his Inspectors
to the scene of the wreck to-day to In
vestigate the signal system. He has
thus far examined none of the trainmen
Involved In the wreck and said that no
attempt would be made to question them
or any officials of the road until the
public- hearing Engineer A. B. Miller
of the Bar Harbor train will be one of
the first witnesses called on Friday and
C I,. Bardo, (ieiieral Manager, will be
another. ll Is llkaly that Preeldent
Elliott will also take the stand before
the inquiry is finished
PERMISSION TO BURN WRECK
AGE WAS RECEIVED
Ths following telegram from President
lllltott, in reply to a messsge asking him
asbout the burning of the wreckage at
M alllngford, waa made public by the
New Haven Railroad to-day:
Your message rscelved. The mo-
nent report of accident waa rs-
i eived steps were taken and orders
aued to prevent removal or de-
atructlon uf anything at the acerie of
the Wreak. These outers were
oheyed litera.l), and Measrs. Huetla
and Whale. Vlce-I'r. s.dcnu of this
company, wsre on the scene very
promptly. No wreckage was re
moved or burned until authority (o
do so had been received from the
Coroner i representative of the Public
L'tlllties Commission of Connecticut
and a representative of tha Inter
state Commerce ionimtagton. all of
whom visited the scene of the seel-
nuioie givmg authority to deer
the wrack. Oensral oplsra are In
THAW SEIZED IN COURT-HOUSE
BY CANADIAN IMMIGRATION MEN
AT NEW YORK
O O O 2 O O O
Batlerlea Mathewson and Meyers: Tyler and Rarldrn.
FIRST OA ME.
OlOOOOOl 1 -
Batteries Pfeffer and Fischer, Camnlts, Brennan and KUllfer
1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
SECOND QAM I.
0 1 0 2 O BJ BJ B
0 0 0 2 TBI U M O
Batteries- Rueibauh and McCarthy. ObaUnere aad Burns.
0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0
Batter! ee Caldwell and Sweeney; Anderson and Thomas
AGAIN, THIS TIME
SETTING ONE HIT
McLean, Batting for Matty,
Gets Lone Drive in Eighth
R. H. PO. A E.
Burne. II 0 0 4 0 0
Shalar. 2b 0 0 0 1 0
Fletcher, as 0 0 I S 0
Hersog. ib 0 0 0 0 0
Morale. Ib 0 0 11 I 0
Murray, rf I 0 2 0 0
Meyere, c 0 0 J I 0
Snodgraee, cf 0 0 2 0 0
Meihewson, I. ., 0 0 2 5 0
Wlltee, p 0 0 0 0 0
McLean ... 0 I 0 0 0
Grant 0 0 0 0 0
Crandall 0 0 0 0 0
Total I I 27 II 0
Mrl.aan batted for Mathewson In h
Orant ran for M' Lean in sth.
Crandall batted for Hhafer in th
R. H. PO. A B. !
Maranvilto, aa. . . I I 2 2 0
Connolly. U 0 2 2 0 0
Sweeney. 2k.... 0 0 4 1 0
Schmidt, Ib 0 I 0 0
Zinn.cf 0 14 0 0
Grifllthe.rf 0 0 I Q 0
Mann, rf 0 0 0 0
Smith. 3b 0 12 11
Kariden, c 0 2 3 0 0
Tyler, p I I 0 $ 0!
Totals 2 IT II 1 1
first ban on halls-off Matty, off
Tyler, tftruck out Hy Matty, I; by
Tyler, I. Twu-haae hits Mclean. Iiouhle
plays Mattv to Merkle 1'inplres
Wlay ami Knisllr Attendance 1,'HJ
Hi-ul to His t:.la .rsl I
pou3 arvoi.'Nrjg, mbw vhuk, gepi
j a slight etlgek of Mojutoti trouble
kept I 'apt. Tiole out of (he game n
da' and Her sue was called Into the
r' drcttUtioD Book Open to AIL" I
1913. 16 PAGES
- l 1
Bunched Hits in the Second
Inning Gave Them Good
I Uaeu.ll k
Gllhooley, rf .
, avarawr, as. . . .
Caldwell, p. .
II II 27 10 0
. . 0
gHoopgr, if . . . .
MunJy, lb. ..
Speaker, cf ..
Jsnvrin, Ib, eg
Gardner, lb. . .
Tho mis, c . . .
Anderson, p . .
4 7 27 14 4
Iwls tiatted for Thomaa in Mb
iltigls untie, I fur Anderson in nth.
Mt'MMAItV rOM IH INNINOU
fust haac in Italia iff I'ltldwrll 4.
on Anderson Stru.-k Hut ll t'ald
well 'I. by Meter sun Thren-ilaae
lllta -Malaal. Haeny, ilartgell, (Jar.l
tier Two-llaa.. Hits- Zeldsr, 4!ree.
Mwa-n gtolen llaasa - dlartasll 2.
Malsa.1 i'rse Dotlfsla I'lsya- Kiugm
to Bendar, Thoasso to rarbag wild
Ptteh AiKlereon Hit ag Pltebai
lir.'.gl-.: f.-nplroa -i'onr...ll ggd sstaa,
Attendais let 1.000
BtaKlsl to Tba
BOSTON. Maas ,
S Wlh three
Judge Hutchinson Refuses to LrCt
Fugitive Remain in Sanctuary of
Jail at Sherbrooke, Checking
Battle for Delay.
HURRIED IN FAST AUTO
TO HIS FINAL HEARING.
Prisoner and Counsel Stunned When
Start Is Made for Immediate
Inquiry at Coaticook.
t foetal treat a fMat? Oeereop eaaeot ef Tha B rental WeeM.)
SHERBROOKE, Que., Sept. 3. Harry Thaw the afternoon
his fight to defy deportation by remaining in the Sherbrooke jail. Ji
Hutchinson, in the Superior Court
corpus calling for his releae and sworn out by Chief of Police Boudrtttt
of Coaticook, who arrested him more than two weeks ago.
Thaw was sent for shortly after 2 o'clock. This' iiaffi&eTlhst Ihf
decision would soon be announced and told the fugitive that his Ltst tops
of sanctuary in jail waa gone.
Thaw remained daied possibly three minutes. The crowd began 10
leave the Judge'?, dumber in .silence. Thaw followed aimlessly. As ha
crossed the threshold, E. Itluke rtobertsnnv; Assistant Superintendent ,of
Immigration, tapped him on the shoulder and placed him officially under
arrest as an undesirable alien.
The crowd then Mirged I rum the building, nid it was announced
that Thaw would be taken immediately to Coaticook for a hearing.
IMMIGRATION OFFICERS TAKE RIM UNCHECKED.
Thaw's lawyers Mettled stunned. Special officers of the Immigra
tion Department jostled them in the corridors.
"I'll see you in Coaticook, boys," Mid Thaw, waving his hand to tha
Thaw followed hi iarxor to
once for Coaticook.
Judge llutchiiikiiii i VOloa ireinbii'il gg ne nail (tie derision, which !
effort atartrd Stanford Whlti- a iteyar on Vu road bark to Matteawaa, aaVl
hla hands shook ho that kg could hardly hold I ho parclimmt
Thaw did nut takn hla eyea off tin: Judge, In hla right hand ho waltl
limply two little pi nuaniH of Um fair. In progress here, which a little girl
had thrust upon Mm Thara with perhaps; forty persons In the Judge a
chamber The Court'l reading aus slow and, while there were IndlcsUlawa
that lie erauld sustain the writ, It was not until the taat few paragrapha
that this berame positive.
The decision atated briefly that Thuw aas being confined Illegally aad
that John Houdrcau, chief of pollen uf Cuatleiiok. the petitioner, who BStl'
first arrested him. hud a right to demand the prisoner's releaae.
i Jndgs Hutchinson prefaced the read
aaaaaaaaasa seen nirturT "r "'" declalon hy saying:
GHOULS STEAL CASKET - r Tt :L!22lil
FROM WOMAN'S GRAVE.':
Body Hrum Which Finger With
Ring Had Heen V-vered ll
Thrown Into Rough H
ALBANY, Sen Uj lien the grave of
Mrs ra illne Ilium, who was burled on
Hunday. waa tflatlad to-dav ;t burg signs
of having heen tampered with, Investi
gation r.-vi-uleil tier lush tnn.wu Into
tb boa 'ha' bald th- naglii The oaskel
l ad neen stolen. The fingsr on arhlee
s e SJOn bef Miild ng l ing bad heen
severed Slid trie ring also was Inllglng
rxmiT aAC Oadranioa, to 2 and
e to , won, Auibarlta, 1 tu a for plaes,
aeooadi Mary Bad third. Tims, i lb -.
BBOOWD BiACa Warbarit, 11 to 6
aad 4 to 5, woai Ttgella, a to a for
plaos, eeeood: Behest third Tims. 1.03.
TBiao BAVB Bobls, a to I aad 7
to 10, Rrat; kfslos, S to 1 fit placs, sso
oidi Uncle Oble, third. Tims 1.03.
roUBTH BACK Bscathiou, srsa
aad oat, Bret; Btck Boole, oat for plaes,
seooadi Beet Bs, tlalrd. Time. 1.U4-S.
Wtnm BAOB Tacttes. a to and 1
10, first; Dynamite, a tu 1 placs, seoondl
psllbooad laird. Tims, 2.3 l-S.
a ISMrti ki svliui cUiiUrva
ritsMlv In t" , . U I'M
i'i ar gttti
sluaiinaat liHINKIMi ill', slui. sit
mapad fSH S" Vh oliiii-uu to tm iiu,lad
PRICE ONE OENT.
liere, sustained a writ of
a uaitiiu' automobile, which started at
Ion aa to the writ of habeaa oorpua oa
whi.h my colleague, Mr. Juettee asses
: naky, uaaacd That writ waa eaeg
out by Thaw He waa then the master
or bis uwn daallny, and when be ti
that Ills interests would he Beet eewt ,
serve,! b) wirhdrawliie thla writ he) tM
' Judge irlohenaky I ould do
i-lae under the i l:-iiosian -es. I
oughly conotir In hla action. Thla being
clear. I will procrert with my do
ILLEGALLY OCCUPiKD JAIL,
lodge Hutchinson then read
laloii uf (iroba'ily tiftecn buagra
wings ll. made It cleat that tare saala
ssiiis iti-.r In tie le liletl r irst, WBMlaV
ot Thaw w is i legally detained.
ami s . olid, w lethsr or mil, this feeing
ihi esse, I'onstabla Itoudreau beat tag)
right to nake application for hla trees
dom. ni ihi- nrat iiuestlon he bag Uie
It evident from the return eg tba)
j liter of t is common lull ot the Metric!
ul si b'ranvia i which Harry K,
Thaw la Imprisoned, that the eatg
Harry K. Thaw Is Illegally detained In
the eaid a I uf th s district
aa the offense against bla,
Having broken iut and
an . ii sane aslu:n in a foe
try,' is an jffense not knee
i in the stvund 'hi -le, la
"It Is - lear that the
re. ifagalBeO thai he
did a areat ai-oiiii to
hla arrest anil
now desires, so
retract and und
ssonpegr t F
saie-ur - mm
ajaj a 'S-aas cagi
JV ; all
eCemuaueu wu leuin Page.)
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