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INJUNCTION STOPS THEM.
H sheriff zotrnr turns it a ok H xarobino coal xiNxna. B limply Bends tho Court Order Kear Be H Armltt Mines Mud Tant Knd It, Kxcept gHj fr a Fracas-The Sheriff Hull Intended to JM Make Arrests, but Changed 111 Sllnd. JB PrrraDURO, Vn., Aub. 13. Sheriff Lovvry H changed hit mind this morning, nnd Instoad of H arresting marching strlkors ns violators o( tho H Uw, a laid down by Supremo Court Justice BH Mitchell, ho docldod to try tho vlrtuo ot tho In- fl Junction Usuod by Judges Btowo and Collior yesterday. Tho Bherlff stopped thorn from parading In tho publlo road. Yesterday, by tho ndlco of tits attorney, It. D. Totty. tho BuorifT docldod to arrest the strikers who mnrchod on tho road leading to the Do Armltt mines, tho arrests to ho made under a construction ot the law dotlncd In justice Mitchell. Tho 8horl(T docldcd thiit this procedure would be moro ettoctlvo thun to road the Injunction, tako tho names of thoso who re futed to obey bis Interpretation of the Injunc tion, certify their names to court, and sorve a benoh warrant for their arrtat, and, thon lake them before the court. It scemod to him slmplor to make orresU under tho Mitchell decision. After having announced his Intention to the reporters the HhorifT tnlked with tho Messrs. Do Armltt. They wero opposed to tils plan, pointed out to him that tho legal process vv tilth he adrocatod would not help them to start their mines because thero was no telling how an i Allc Bheny county Grand and I'etlt Jury would handle tho case of an arrested "trlk er. Theretoro the Sheriff changed his mind, and instead of making arrests this morn ing be read hi Injunction, and stoppod the Plum Creek strikers from niareblug. Not being authorized to ijnko nrresta under tho Injunction tho Shcr If halted the Plum Creek men. and one of his deputies snatched a horn from a player In the strikers brass bund and struck a striker over the head. -Capt," liellinghaiii of the slrlkcrs prevented hlsmen from punishing the .deputy ; and decided to withdraw hit forcos. .Later In tho day Pat rick Dolan said ho would proicouto tho deputy for assault and battcrv. A dotchment of strikers marched today on the 8prlng 11111 mine of Dempster, Uoj d & Co.. but the men refused to strike. A contingent of strikers' wivos and daughters started to 111 irch at daylight to-day, but wero halted by Bherlfl Eleven strikers from Wlllock wero held for court to-day by Alderman J. V. McMuatcrs on tho charge of unlawful assemblage, and two on the charge of assault and battery on Thomas E. Sheriff Lowry baa decided to dtsneree tho strikers If he can, but not to mako arrests and not to certify to names of persons In contempt of court. If no can help It, until after the hear ing on Monday In the Injunction proceedings. Miners' Secrotary William Warner announcod tonight that President Dolan had Issued an order forbidding the strikers tocontlnuo thtlr I morning marches until after tho hearing of the preliminary Injunctlou has boenhold on Monday. The ofllciali are discussing a plan of having the strikers scatter about tho territory sur rounding the mines In sounds of two to ten men. It la feared, however, that this plan Is danger ous, as the squads would not be under the con trol ot responsible leaders, and might commit violence A, REBUKE FOR RATOHFORD. Coal Operator Band Tells Ulm Daw Ho riaoea the Miners In a Fatso Petition. CoLUuncs, O.. Aug. 13. President Ratchford of the United Mine Workers of America Is in receipt ot a letter from W. P. Rend, tho Chicago coal operator, in which he reviowa tho mining situation of the country, points out Mr. Hatch foid's mlstokos, and advises what course ho would pursue to bring about a satisfactory set tlement of the strike. The letter says: " You declare that no mlu'es shall bo allowed to run until there Is a general resumption. You have no right to deprive any man of tho right i to use his property. In attempting It you be come a violator of law. This vicious feature of the strike has not yet boon made a subject of publlo discussion. It surely w 111 be unlets you re treat from this false position that you can in no way defend. You aro wrong In three things First, In opposing arbitration; second. In trying to establish oxorbltnnt and prohibitory rates for machlns mining; third. In your attack upon tho fundamental right of tho uso ot prh ate prop I erty upheld and defined by tho laws of every ' etvlllrod nation. I It la surely wisdom for you to aocopt honor- I able arbitration rather than humiliating defeat. m You cannot win this strike unless you modify W your demands and abandon tbote folso features , m of your contention that merit censure and that ifl ro beyond any honest defence." 1 CONFERENCE IN WEST YTRQINIA. Jadge Jackson's Injunction Hat Served Com pers One or tbe speakers. WnExXlNO. W. Vs., Aug. 13. If tho labor leaders who attended this afternoon's confer ence at Monongab and tbe mass meeting at Fair mont to-night anticipated official action under Jndge Jackson's injunction, they wore disap pointed, for thero was no development of tho day that would Indicate that any ot tbe operators or deputy sheriffs Intended to nerve copies of tho Injunction. The meeting of labor leaders at Monongab began at 3 o'clock and ended about three hours later. Tbe result has not been announcod and the officials may hold another conference to mor row. It is known that no definite plan of action was adopted. To-night nt tho publlo square at Fairmont Gompors and Itatcbford spoke. The burden of their remarks was "organize, organ ise." Gomuers made a very conservative speech urging unionism. Claalttaalter Win Another Strike. The 600 cloakmakera who were on strike at the shops of Satf & SUbermann, 83 Canal street, for an, increase ot wages carried their point yes- c terday. Tbe firm promised to sign an agree ment with the union to-day conceding tbe ad vance domanded, and tho strikers will return to work. At the headquarters of tho United Brother hood ot Cloakmakera, ICO Hlvingtou street, work Is going on night and day in the enrolling of new members in anticipation ot the Impend ing general strike. Caisson Workers Itrlke Spreading. The strike of the caisson workers who are laying the foundations for tho now East River bridge was extended yesterday. Only six men truck at first, but now seventy or eighty aro out. A strikers' committee was sent to seo P. II. Flynn, but be refused to make any conces sions. Tho strikers then decldod to remain out until their demands aro conceded. Tbe ana Francisco Call Cbancci Hands. Saw Francisco, Aug. 13. Tho Morning Call has changed hands. Charles M. Shortrldgo has retired and John D. Bprcckels, who furnished the money with which Shortrldgo bought the newspaper, has assumed control. Bpreckels has selected as managing editor Edward S. Lonke, and as business manager Bam Leake. The Leake aro Democrats, who have shown great shrewdness in carrying on country nowupapois. As Bpreckels was eleotcd last yar to he Cali fornia's member of tho Republican National Committee, his selection ot a Domocrat as managing editor bos caused much comment. . I Two Hurt In Leavinc Cable Cars. Elizabeth J. Scott, 45 years old. ot 20 Book- I man place, fell In getting oft a Third avenue cable carat Forty-fourth street last night and was Internally Injured. She was taken to tho Flower Hospital. Tho grlpman, Frod Miner, 30 years old, of 1100 Third avenue, was locked up. Otto Knutxer, who said he was stopping at tho fit Donts Uotel, fell in getting oft of n moving Broadway cable car between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets last evening. His left kneecap was broken. He was taken to tho Now York Hosnltal. The clerk nt tho BL Donts says that no one named Knutxer is stopping thuru. Ceavlet Baaej's Murder Story Denied. Indianapolis. Ind., Aug. 13. John Whltnoy and Guy Van Tassel, who are serving terms for burglary at Michigan City, and who aro accused by Noah Daney ot tho murder of Mrs. Thursca Hlnahaw, were tnterilonrd In that prison to day, and each stoutly denlod Ilnney's story. i They say they can provo where they wero on tho i night of the Hlnshaw murder, and that Daney Is actuated by revenge because Whltnoy sup planted him In tho affection of Mary James. Cold Brick Swindler SEitradlted. Albany, Aug, 13, Juan Antonio Masran, the gold brick swindler, must return to tho recent scene of bis operations In New Orleans, where be secured from Pascal Lestelle, a resident ot that city, the sum of (r7,000 through the usual false misrepresentations practised by members of bis profession, Mugan, alias Juan Martinez, Is now in custody In New York city, and Qor. Black to-day approved the requisition papers of tho Governor of Louisiana surrendering Magau to the authorities ot that State. Paring Teller Itotaa Out on Halt, Louis E. Rosse, tho paying teller of tho Bed ford Bank In Brooklyn, who whs recently ar rested for emcwzllng If 1,000 of its funds, has been roleatcd In (S.PO0 bonds, furnished by Louis and Cella Rosse, his parents, who own real tstato In Brooklyn and this city. OBOZKRA Iff MAX. TTreah Outbreak In Bankok or tbe Blsease, fVblrh Attacks rerrlsners and Jfatlvee. WAsrtiNOTON, Aug. 13. Consul-Genoral Bar rett at Bankok, Slam, undor date ot Juno 3, re ports to the State Donartmiyit that a fresh out break ot cholera had occurred In Bankok, "Just at tho end of tho cholera season," ho lays, "when It Is supposed that tho comlngot thornlns would proentthodlseuso from spread ing, It lias broken out with consldorablo vio lence, attacking forolgnors as well as natives. M, Ranchot, tho now French Chnrgo d'AfTalrcs, who arrived only a fow days ago, nearly died from Its effects, and Is not yet out ot dan gor. Mr. W. E. Sltt, manager ot tho Groat Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation, Limited, tho chief foreign company hore, roccully passed nwny after a very brief Illuoss, whllo soveral other foreigners of loss prominonco havo been victims ot fatal attacks. Twoot my town scr- ants ha (idled after a fow hours' sickness. In cluding tny cook, who prcpircd dinner for a party I had on hand, and then calmly laid down on tho kitchen floor and died. In each caso death was caused by regular Aslatlo cholera. This Is no exaggera tion and glvos tho department an opportunity to appreciate the varied amenities of life In the tropics. In another week it is oxpoctod that tho dlsenso will ho checked by rains and cool woatbor. Thero aro absolutely no sanitary ar rangements in llankok, and until thero aro, thoroian bo lltllo expectation of ever effectually stamping It out." Consul Mohon at Zanzibar informs the Btnto De partment, tinderdate of July fl,that smallpox had broken out there among tho Indians and natlvo population, and had Increased to such un extent that It was thon deolarod eptdomlo. There Is very llttlo danger to tho Europeans from tho ordinary African smallpox, which ulwaya pre vails on the Island to a certain oxtcnt, he says, but should It get k hold on tho white population there Is no knowing whuro It would end. The whole natlvo population was to bo vaccinated as soon as lymph arrlvod. TALKED BUI01OE ASD DIED. Poison Pound on Mrs. tlurbr, but She Showed No Srmptoms of Poisoning. A woman known as Mrs. Bartcn and as Mrs. Martha Burke, who lived at 101 West Eighty-third stroot, died in Bellovuo Hos pital last night after throatonlng to com mit suicide. Sho dlnod In a restau rant near Eighty-third street, on Columbus avenue, with u Miss Nobel of 400 Amsterdam avenue, and during the meal said she had noth ing to llvo for, taking a packago ot powder from her pocket at tho same time. On leaving tho restaurant she fainted. Two policemen carried her to her flat, and Dr. Korley of 113 West Eighty-third street wus callod In. Bho showod no signs ot being poisoned, and neither Dr. Kerley nor Dr. Williams, who went to the house on an ambulance from Roose velt Hospital, Ruspcctod sulcldo. Bho was t ikon to Roosevelt Hospital and from there to Bolle vue. At Bollevue tho caso was dlagnoed ns cere bral hemorrhage. She died at 11:45 o'clock. An autopsy will be made on tho body to-day. A packago ot sulphate of zlno was found on her. OErr. O'BBIEX MAY SUE FOR ZIBEZ. Over the Award or tbe Ml Ik Privilege at tbe Third street neereatlon Pier. It was said yesterday that President E. 0. O'Brien of tho Dock Board is consulting with special counsel who Is drawing up papers to bring suit for libel against u newspapor in this city and also against a citizen who authorized a published lntcrviow. Tbe suit, it Is said, grow out of charges made against President O Brlen in connection with the awarding of the contract for tho milk supply of the E.ist Third street recreation pier, which is held by Bandmaster Joyce, wbo furnishes free music for the priv ilege of selling milk. It is said that tho damages asked will bo $200,000 In each Instance. Itelrnse or Tobncro Seised by Welter's Orders. Wasiiwqtov, Aug. 13. State Department officials arc gratldcd over tbe report that to bacco owned by Americans, which has been held In Cuban warehouses by tho Spanish Gov ernment for the past tw o s cars, w 111 now bo re leased by orders from Madrid. Socrotary OIney fought against tho seizure ot this tobacco for nearly a year, and his protests wero followed up by tbe present Administration without success, except in a few Individual instances. While this Government has no official advices of the new rolcaslng order, it is believed at tho State Department to be authentic, and that large Im portations of the best Cuban tobacco will now relievo the embarrassmant of the American cigar manufacturers. Mrs. Pemerors Tribute to Mrs. Hang. Camilla L Bangs has a suit pending in tbo Su preme Court in Brooklyn against Emll R. Bangs for separation on the ground of Ill-treatment. Yesterday hor application for alimony and counsel fees was backed up with an affi davit by Mrs. E. I. l'onieroy, tbe widow of "Brick" Pomerov, who said that Mrs. Bangs had besn a teacher in her kindergarten school for over a year, and was a qulcl. loIng, and ladylike person. Ono ot Mrs. Bamrs's aver ments Is that her husband urged her to poison herself so that ho could marry another woman. Conntetlor llotalle Loew Appears for ller Drotber. Counsellor Rosalie Loow appeared in the Yorkvillc Court yestorday for her 17-j ear-old brother, John, who was arrested by Policeman Flynn, a Bon of tho lato Alderman Fl un, for disorderly conduct on tho Boulevard. Tbo po liceman said the joung man would not more on when ordered, and was saucy. Tho bo) said tho policeman called him names, and arretted blm for looking at bis number. Tba magistrato dis charged tbo prisoner. Ambulance Horse Uuno 4wajr. On the way to Bellovuo Hospital last night an ambulanco horse became unmanageable at Twenty-first street and First avonue. Ho got tbo bit between his teeth and dashed full speed up the avenuo. Force of habit caused him to make a turn at East Twenty sixth stroct and be ran up on the sidewalk full v,tllt. Ono ot tho shafts of the ambulanco was roken. Half a dozen men who were hanging around tho corner unhitched tho horso and drew tho ambulance into tho hospital grounds. Tho pa tient was uninjured. Uneeked Down for lusultlug a Girl. Mary Costello, of 40(1 Seventh avonuo, told her father, Michael. last evening that she had been Insulted while crossing Thirty-seventh stroot, near Seventh avonuo, by a man whom she pointed out as ho was walking down Thlrtj sovonln street. Cost olio, who Is 51 years old, ran after the man and knocked him dawn. Tbe man, who was W. II. Youi.g. got a bad scalp wound when ho fell. A crowd collected. Bicycle Policeman Uobson haw the crowd und arrested Costello and Young. Is Droker De Wilt C. Towers Insane t Broker Do Witt O. Towors, whoso Wall street ofllco was plundered recently, wsb beforo Police Justice Steers In tbe Gales Avonuo Court In Brooklyn, on tho complaint of bis wlfo, who wants to havo his inentul condition Judicially determined, Mrs. Towors uvers that be has been acting strangely slnco tbo robbery In his ollico. and that her life It Imperilled through his violent outbreaks. Ho was remanded to Jail pending further examination. flood Vellowa' Uirt to W. U. Spooner. W. R. Spooner, for bIx yoars the exocutlvo bead of tbo Supremo Assembly of tho World of tho Fraternal Order Royal Society of Good Follows, was tho reriplont on Monday of a diamond studded Jewel, u sift to him from tho members of the order. Vtco-1'remier Apgar made tho presentation. Tho decoration is in appreciation ot Mr. Bpoouer'a services to tbo order. Mr. Spooner is a lawyer of this city. Mnelpp Cure People to llulld nt Mamnronerk. II. P. Seifcrt has prepared plans for a two and thrco-story and basement brick hotel, about 800 xlOO feet; a two and tbrco story brick sanita rium, about 400x175; n two story and bnscmont gymnasium, about 150x100, and a power house, ono story, aliout 40x00, to bo orocttd for tbo Auiorliaii Kiielpp Cum Company of O'Jl Uioad way, nt Mumaronock, N, Y. 'lhe total cost ot tbe buildings will bo about 91,000,000. Chinese Ambassador Hills den. Pester at Ills Summer Cottnae. Utioa, Aug, 13. Chang Yen Hoon, Ambas sador from China to tho United States, accom panied by ex-Beeretary of State John W, Foster and two or three companions and servants, wero in Utlcu a fow minutes this afternoon. They wero en route to Henderson Harbor, upon in titatlou of Mr. Foster, to pay him u Wslt in his summer cottuge at that point un Lako Ontario, Tenderloin Cops Beaten at Uatrball. Tho tops ot tho Tenderloin station were soundly w llloped at baseball yesterday by a nine of 0. pu Walsh's men from tbe West Twen tieth stroct station. The emtio was pln)odln Jasper Hold, at 138th street and Amsterdam avenue, and the score was 30 to IB, II II I II I I I ITO, OF JAPAN. IS HERE. THE MARQVIB IS RBTVRtrilfQ TROX TUE JVDIhBE. Hasn't Time, He Says, to Ho Interviewed, At tbonah the Deliberation or Ills Manner Is Its Marked Cbaraelerlttle Chlneoe Officials Here Plee In Hot Haste at Slsht or lllm. I to Hirobuml, Marquis ot Dal Nippon, tbrco times MlnUter-Prosident ot State for Japan, and known to tho civilized world as Marquis Ito, arrived from Europe on tho Campania yesterday afternoon. Ho was met at tho Cunard company's pier by M. Hosbal, Japa nese Minister to tho United States, by the Japaneso Consul General nt Now York, Mr, Uchlda, by attaches ot tho JapAnoso Lega tion at Wushlngton and by a number of Jap nncso merchants ot this city. Tho suite ot tho Marquis consisted ot two secretaries, K. Nabo shlraa nnd S. It. Tokloka. Tho Marquis was almost tho last ono to lcavo tho ship. Remaining aboard until tho rush for the gangplank was ovor he had an opportunity to chat for somo Unto with tboso who had gone down to tho pier to meet him. When ho did de cide to como ashore ho and tho Japanese Min ister walked down the gangplank together. Tho rest of tho party tagged along after them. Marquis Ito is a small man, even for i Japan eso, being only about Ave foct throo inches tall, but ho would attract attention at onco on ac count ot his full beard. A Japaneso with a full board Is an unusual sight. Tho noble Marqul is bow-legged, n fact which Is emphaslzod by the cut of bis trousers. More over, in walking he describes a bait clrclo In moving his loft leg, ns It It wore heuvlor or a little longor than tbo right. Ho woro yostordayn silk hat, a black frock coat nnd a waistcoat, light trousers, nnd patont leather shoes. In the left lappel of his coat was an orango and black but ton about tho sizo of that worn by mombers of tho Loyal Legion. Ills every mooment Is leisurely, and it would be difficult to Imagine that he could sver lie In a hurry. When be left the ship be was leisurely smoking a cigar. As ho reached the pier a policeman tapped him on tho shoulder nnd said: " Smoking Is not allowed on the dork! " Indeed! said tho Marquis in perfoct Eng lish. " Thank you." ... He took tho cigar from his mouth slowly and strolled toward the stroot ond or tho pier, while the Japaneso Minister stopped to tnlk to somo body. When tbo Minister llnlshod his conver sation ho looked around for the Marquis. Tbo latter was nowhere In view. Finally, one ot tho Japineso merchants said something to tho Minister and pointed toward West stroot. Tho Minister looked In that direction nnd, far down the pier, he saw the Marquis walking nncon cernodly along, nil by himself, lhe Minister is almost ns short as tho Marquis and Is much stouter. Ho started on an undiplomatic run to catch up with the big man of tho Japs. He overtook htm Just as thn Marquis was being surrounded by a mob of cabmon at tbo pier en trance. When tho Minister camo up tho Mar quis merely smiled and walked on through the Selling cabmen. Eventually tho former upaneso Premier and the Minister reached the carriage which the latter had engagod nnd were driven to tbe Waldorf, where apartments had boon reserved for tbe Marquis on tho second floor in the southwest corner. Tho two secre taries tarried at tho pier to attend to the Mar quis's luggage. When the Marquis walked Into the hotel, eight of the suite of Chang Yin Hoon, special Ambassador from China to the Queon's Jublloo, were sitting on tho benches reserved for tne Waldorf bell boys, directly opposite tbe doik where the regittor Is. As the Marquis stepped up to tho desk, tbe Chinamen looked up. Ono glance satisfied their curiosity. Tho Celestial on the north end of the lino promptly got up nnd ran for the elevator. Ho was no sooner in mo tion than the Chinaman who sat next followed him. And one after theotber tho eight dlsap- fiearod much quicker than it takes to tell about t. A roar went up from tho Amerhans who were lounging in the lobby. This attracted tho attontlon of tbo Marquis, who looked around In time to see tbe last pigtail vanish on tho way to tho elevator, nnd smiled at tho speotacle. Chung Yin Hoon left the Wal dorf yesterday morning to avoid posslblo com plications. An hour after the Marquis reached tho hotel, a Son reporter sent blmnrequeit for an Inter vlow. Tho Mirquls replied through one of bis secretaries, who said: "The Marquis presents his compliments to TiieSun, and says ho regrotsthat ho is too busy to bo Interviewed. Ho w ill remain hero ono day and thon leavo for Vancouver. He will bo very busy while ho Is here." It Is understood that his Excellency will re main In New York until this afternoon. Ho is returning to Japan from London, whero ho w as tbo special Ambassador from Jnpan to tho dia mond Jubilee. He stopped In New York on his way to London on May 27. The Marquis has been caUdd tbo Bltmarck ot Japan. He Is to Japan whnt LI Hung Chang Is to China. He looks to be about 50 years old. Ills father w is a small farmer. At the conclusion of tho Jopanese-Chlnese war, during which Ito was the Commandor-in Chief of tho Japanese forces In the field, ho was undo Prlmo Minister of tho empire. About a 5 car nnd a halt ago ho re resigned the post. DEATH OF FOX KWAXO SOIt. He Was Pormer MleUter from Corea to tbe Culled States. WASniNOTOt, Aug. 13. Pom Kwang Soh, Minister of the Privy Council to the King of Cores and former Minister from Corca to tho United States, died at his residence in this city to-night of consumption, aged 38 years. Ho had but recontly returned from London, whero bo went as companion to Prince Eui Wha, son ot tbo King of Slam, who was special Ambassador to represent Slam at tbo Queen's Jubilee. Mr. Soh has been for many years a thcoso phlst, and tho loral branch of tbo Thoosophl--al Society will hold simple services over his remains on Sunday afternoon, after which tho body will bo cremated. Ho was unmarried and left no Immediate family connections, his father and mother dying in prison whilo contlnod for political reasons. OBITUARY. Gen. Samuel McGowan, a veteran ot tbe Mexican and cl 11 wars, died this week in Abbe ville, S. 0., aged 78 years. He was a South Carolinian by birth. Ho came out of tho Mexi can war a Captain, having eutercd as a private. Whllo practising law at Abbevlllo be fought a duel with "Fighting Jack" Cunningham with rifles at closo range. Gen. McGowan was shot In tbe bead, but recovered. Wheu the civil war camo be entered the Confederate army In com mand of a brigade. Ho fought nt Cold Harbor, Second Manassas, Chancellors! Hie and Spottsyl vnnla Court House. In oath of tbeso engage ments he was wounded. In 1870 ho whs elected a Justice of the Stato Supremo Court. He was defeated for reelection In 1893 by the Tillman Legislature. Charles D. Dickey of Brown Bros, tc Co., bankers, died yosterday at Isllp, L. I where he was spending tbo summor as usual, Hu was in his seventy ninth year. Mr, Dickey lived at 37 East Thirty-seventh street. Ho was a member ot iho Metropolitan Club, of tho Racquet Club, the Country Club, and the Tuxedo Club. His w ito died soma time ago, but a daughter and a son survive him, Ills son bears his fathor's name nnd Is also a member of Brown Bros. & Co. The daughter is unmarried. The funeral will take place from Grace Church, New York city, on Monday at 10 A. M. John Lowis Isabcaii. who had been for nearly fifty years In tho halrdresslng business In this city, dlod on Tuesday of heart dlscaso which was brought on by a sovero cold caught savoral weeks ago. His establishment In Union square is ono ot tho oldest of Its kind in thn city. Mr. Isaboau was horn in Frnnto in 1H1U. anil camo to this country about 1840. Ha was a Roman Catholic In religion, but was a Free Mason nnd an Odd Fellow, being prominent in both those societies, Ho leaves a widow, live sous and threu daughters, Gerhard Foreman, a retired capitalist, and one of Chicago's pioneer bankers, died in that city yosterday. Ho wus a u.ithu of Germany, and arrived In this country In 1853, when be was 30yoaisold, For two oars ho was engagod In teaching, and at the end of that tlmo wont to Chicago, nnd soon engaged in tbo banking busi ness, ih roe years ago bo retired. His banking house now exists under the namo ot Foreman Bros, William C. Young, a well-known southern Ulster fruit grower, died at his home in Marl borough on Thursday night, aged 80 years. He was ono of the pioneers In the fruit raising busi ness. Blr Isaac Holdon. Bart., tho Inventor of tho Lucifer matih, died nt his home. Oik north Houso, Kolghloy, Yorkshire, England, )e ter day, Ha was born on May 7, 1807. Tbreo Kuiployees or Ilrooklyn's I'oltee Cemmls sloner Arrested, John Backus, Charles Backus, and Frederick Schueckouck, tbreo boys who are employod by Wotles & Wslloa at 1 1 Vnndewnter stroct, were arretted yesterday for playing ball in tbo street, Police Commissioner Welles of Brooklyn, who Is a member of the firm, sent over somo mouoy to pay the boys' tines, but tboy were discharged. Tbe Cable Head Up t'opocatapetl. City ok Mexico, Aug, 13. It I said that tho Trenton Iron Company of Trenton, N. J Is fig uring on tho cablo rood to bo built to tho crater ot Popocutnpctl for tho lessee of tho sulphur do potlts, (Jen. Gaspor Bancnez Ochoaz, Tho nego tiations aro proceeding through Llo Demoti-rlo Bilirar, son-in-law of the lute bocretarruf the Interior, ManuoUtouiero ituhlo, . , .r - i..- ..... i xonxovtb aovsxr anotr. C. P. Bates and Dr. Cagnon Carrj OB Most or the Prises. HotiTWOOD, Aug. 13. Enthusiasm ran high nt the mooting ot tho Monmouth County Horso Show to-day, whero lovers of flno horsoflosh on Jood ft vnrlod programmo, Tho attendance equalled that ot yesterday, Thore wero nineteen e onts doeldod, the three unfinished from yettordny being Judged first. Charles V. Bates took first honors with four prize winners. Dr. G cor go 8. (lagnon won throo prizes, Including tho star event for trot tors with a record of 2:30. His entry, North Light, won continued npplouso from the grand stand. Thero woro two accidents In tho Jumping con tost, tho rldors of Florrlo and Dlnvolrssi both bolng thrown. Gov. Griggs's stnir will bo prcs cnt to morrow. Tho Oovprnor will pin the blue ribbon on tbe champion class. Summary: Pony stallioni krpt for serrlcj.not exreedlu 14 I lmnilt. itiown In hand Flrt pilte Charles K nnttVt All Togethcri Pelferrt Farm's romi nimpon. second Pon'M under ttdille. uot exueil uk i:i hauilt Vint prize, I,. V. Woilt't Spoil Delfonl K.rm'H roan stal lion, tcoond. I'alrot horM over 14 1 and dot ciefillrjc 1ft Flrtl prltr. 0. X llttes't The Whirl nf the Town and A Koundof I'leasurei L- W. Wornmr n Dim unitoaud Ills Kxefllenejr, t"oond Dr. Oajiuou's (lold l'oluter and Tbe Cat, third Talr bene. ho n todeml msll-Flrst i rlrc. Charlrs V. Uatrs'a Amusement and AmniiMiiint; Or tleorce B U.gnoaV uold Pointer and Tim cm, second! Btrauu ft Honor'. Hunllght and 8ta-llht, third For the tx-.t performance of pmfrtiilniial co.rhmrn drlrlni palrtFlr.t prlie wou br llsrrv Thoiuaai Hsrrr obb, woondi Hubert Jamison third ralror hortrtover 1(1 band. and not ezneptllni; 1B.8 First tirlte, houli W Wurniner. Superior and sur rrlet Ch-wlei F Pile.'. Amusement ami ims-ement, to ondi Cbarlr. F Date. Dawn ami Dirknou. third. Pairs otroad.ter. tlrnu years oil or oi,-r Klnt nrlre.W llllsni Clark's Vltllsnt Wllki-s and 1 ho Itavvnt V.. T. "itotsbury". Cjrll u and J E II , worn!; Charles F. Hate.', rteurtctta and It. boll., third Pfclrs of Itorti. over 1 U hand. 1- Iret prim, Strauss ft Iti-xt r's 4iinllttit amlMtrltEht.fliarleiF Hadn't Oolilen UateanJ Uold Uu.t.teeuniliChnrltt F. llaios'a HI cnt Hollywood, third Harnee. hor.e over 14.1 hands and not eieeedlni? IS hamla First prl.e, Onarle. F. Iiatin'. rim Whirl f the Town i Ljtila W. Worm' r' III I re Mmipy dee ondi Dr. Ooorjje B. Oafrmin'n Oold Pointer, third Ladlm' hack, uot unter 14 3 an 1 not ixotellnir IBS Flrt prltr, W. A. MtMhbon's JiiMlie. rid im by Mist C. A. liiiremui! Jamet A. Vryni.tr' Lady D , rtddeutrMrs Siiuirt-s. mvonl: lira John A. Loean't Ktllarm-y, rld.Ieu by MIm Heacti, third. For name, hurai s. ilwwn lo a park icIki prize win nert and i rofe.i.tonal drUew barr d Hr.t prlre, Mr. Oeorce X. uazuon't McKurlos William II Clark's LattCoup second i Theuilore Orrertilau . Snip, third. lor the l.t hlKh le rP". use a lion alrnrnn-ld-enwl, uot cxM'tMllnff lft baud. Vlrst ptlze ti trie F. Hate.' Act r: Pnsoott Lunrenie's llellLt, ae ond! Or (leorst-b. DiiKUou'. Tho Cat, third Trotter. Willi a rm-onl "f U.ill or lietter, shown to bloTilo milieu Klnt i rlze, Dr Oeorte s (lanon' North Ll-tlits E T. Btot.iiury's Hoot. MiOrritor, .oc ondi William 11. Clark'. Krcler. third For the be.t .pllie team wheelers not to le under 10 hands Vlrat prtz. Luuls W. Worumri second and tl lrd, Charts F. Oaten Ponies In harness over in and not exceeding 14.1 hands Vint prlci. Dr. OtorceS Ootfuon's The rat; 01 arte F, Hito' Altogether, tecoud, Narks Am helm a rteauty, third Horse, not unlir 14 1 and not exteedtng 10 2 hands, alumn to runaboat. Vint prt.e, Htraussa Uozter's Amadou t Charles F. IlitcV Amusement tec-ond. William II Clark's 1 a-t Coup third Huntert nnd Jumi ers, ponlet or t otw, not exceeding 14 fl. shown nTirs'x Jumps. 3 feot n luchet hUh First prltr, James T Ilrde. plavoleMa: P. F. Fits gtrald't Florrlo scion t. J. F. Dandomtue'a Jack third. For tho flne.t trained Are ciuMup iiorao in Mon mouth eonnty First prize, Eltxro i Flro Fnglne Com pany! (Htanlc Engine Company accoud, We.liy Uoto Company third For the be.t drlvlnGr of four-ln hand by amateurs First prize, John L. Conwayt Mr. Kuch tecond, II. O. Oroom third. Cablo Car lilts an Ambulnnce. An ambulance was callod from tho Harlem Hospital to l'JOth street and Third acnuo yes terday aftornoon and Drs. Bulsom and Arm strong responded. At 1124th street tho am bulance r in into a tangle of trucks. A cablo car as liowllng downtown nnd it hit thoambulanoo on tho retrnxlo, overturning It. Thoto phy sit tans and tbo driver woro thronn out and all received severe bruises. Tho grlpman, Mlchiol Hawloy, of 171 East Boventy-llrst street, was arrested. The Injured men were taken back to tho hospital and un other ambulance was sent out on the call. Sold n Policeman lleer. James J, Green, a colored watchman on a Bloop at the foot of East 13Jd street, was ar raigned In Special Sessions yesterdny on the chargo of I'ollcomnn McKcnna, who aworo that on Sunday howent toGrecn's sloop and Induced Green to bell him souie bottled Ih cr for 15 cents. Oroen dctlarod that ho had mi rel) wanted to troit tho policeman nnd thnt tho IS cents was forcod on hi in In tho nature of a tip. Huuas found guilM and remanded until Monday for sentence. The penalty Imposed by law is a flno of V800 or one day In prison fur each dollur unpaid. Policeman Causht sitting on a Darrel. Augustus Abbott, Secretary of tho City Vigi lance League, has made charges against Police man Thomas Bowes of tho Knst 138th street sta tion. Ho sns that when hu reprimanded itoucs for neglecting hlidut) tho policeman told him thit lie was n damned liar. Abbott found Bowes sitting on n barrel, so tho stor goes. and told him that lie han no right to sit Idle cm Eost. Tho chnrgri woro nudu in tlmo to bo eard by Commissioner .smith estenln), but were held o or until next wm k, when President Moss Is tbo trial Judge. Mr. Moss la connected with tbe City Vigilance l.o iguo. A Colored Mtennrd Arrested. Rustaco Aarons, tbo colore! stownrd of the Storln boat ltldgcwoy Park, was aprlsoncr In Centre Street Court josterday, on suspicion that he had robbed Charles Cranford. a rallrotd freight agent, with olllcos at It! Court street. Brooklyn, of $'J07 In money, a gold watch urn! chain valued at f'JOO. a Masonlu emblem worth 9200, nnd u di imond stud worth $loO. Aureus loiullj demanded to bo discharged. Ho was remanded b) Magistrate Hedges for further examination, as Cranford did uut ap pear to press the charge. Ilolmre Aanew Committed lo Tlellevue. Holmes Agnow, who was arrested again on Thursday whllo begging on Broadway, was sent to Bollevue from Jefferson Market Court yes terday to have his sanltv inquire! Into. Tho complainant wus his mother, Mrs. 'lhcodoro YV. Parmelec, w ho hud obtained a v. arrant on Thurs day, Mrs. Parmelec told Magistrato Deuel that sho had t wlco before Irioil In li if o bor son restrained, but that ho hnd bocn declared nnno after exami nation. Bbe wns com Inced. sho said, that hi mind bad become affected through drink und excesses. She Canard a Ilrlvrr'e rre.t. George Fay, a driver, wbo lives nt 500 Tenth avenue, wns a prisma r in tho Yorktlllo Court yesterday on tho t omplalnt uf cruolty to a horse madobv Mrs. Annui U Allls. She told Magis trate Wcntworth that Fay got off his wngouat Eighth avonuo and Fifty sixth street and bent thn horso with u stick betauso it could not draw n henry load. Many persons i rled shame, she said, but sho was the only ono wbo had the cnuragn to Interfere and cuuso his arrest. Fuy wus held for trial In Hpoclul Sessions. Hood Poisoning follows .iioa.ulto's Ulle. MnnniSTOWN, N. J., Aug. 13. Harry Batos, a carpenter living In Western nvenue, was bitten on tho left forearm by a mosquito on Monday night. Tho noxt day tbo arm began to swoll. Uospltenl) precautions blood poisoning has sot In. and Bates lies in a critical condition at his homo at present. teal R.UIe Private Sales. Ronald 11. Ma Donald has ol I for lira. Rotamond n Owen to Charles Cleyer No 3 ID East Ninety-fourth .troel, a nve-.tory brick apartmunl home, tjoxlUU) jwefi iuniielt baa told for E. Dennett to Oscar Ont No tu)0 West Koenty-Br.t street, a three-story limestone front dwelling, IHxoiJxlDO, at about 7. COO. Mr. henuett ulo ba .old for the utile of Drome II. Hleann No ! 1 1 Wi t tUhty fojrtb atirrt. a throe-story dwelling-. WUx'.DilOJ 2, at about Sit, 000. J Clarence Davie. S Co, has .old to tbo Warren Beharfe Aphalt PaTtng- Company for Henry Lewis Morrla a plot of aliout twenty nm lot., on the Har lem Klter, lommonelim about ino feet touth of 15(lth ttreit. tlng about Son feet deep b) about 1HU feet on the Harlem Itlver. Tho Warren Sohtrfu Com pany luteud errellnu bull lings at once, to bo used for the imrpotos of their budnias. LeonTuohniiinha piircliawd tho plot Not. mto IBS iloerck .treet, llxlon and will Improre tho property by the erix tlnn of four tlx ttory teuement. with modern Improvements. Tlni Co. ha 10I 1 for Bl.rler A Fennel toP.Hayet the northwest lormr of I until tlrwt ami Madison avenuo, a llvetttry brlek apartment homo and ttoret, on lot B'i.1 1x07 tl. for 1 lil.OOn. Davll Ktewart has sold for John Weleker No nut St. Nicholas avenut , a live etorv apartment nnun, on lit 3Vil7fl at 4.45.00 I. Mr htowait also told for Ward Wheeler the vacant lot on the eat eld of Nt, Nicholas avenue, 101 feet south of muth sirvrt, William H TautK-rt has sold for John M. Lynch lbs louth'aiicornernf llrook avenue itndlllftin .treet, a lirli k Hat lmue, to Mtiha I Iivyyeri situ Mr Tauberl told No 471 Ilrouk uteuuc, u nve story, doublo nut bona. ... .... The Dates i.tate bat told toa Mr. Meyer No. 717 Eaat Ninth ttwl , . , , Man tun 4 Hobba htve told for Warren C Crane two lota on the .out . tldo of 11 lib. ttroet, Hit feet west of Amsterdam avenuo. Ileal K.tata Auction Sales. At the Pmadway Salesroom yesterday ptr Y, Meyer & Co .old two four ttory brick Oat boutet, fiiix lzi.llxOO.4xUl 1, foreiloauro tali, to the plalutlfr, AUKuatut OuruUa, for SiO.bK. Court Calendars This Day, Buprenio Court apodal Term-Part II. Ex parts matter. Surrogate's Oourt Chambers No day calendar. City Court special Term notion, . ' MMM IM OARSMEN- AFTER LAURELS. KEtur competition is the trials OF THE XATIOXAL 11EOATTA. Hun York A. C. Klsht Shut Out by a Pleasnrn Itnat in.lltatre Keren t tbe Araonaul. Ten ICjrk'a Clubmnte, l.pnla. Win. a llenl Clinmplon hllehead tluatlllet for tbo Rrnlti. Philadelphia. Aug. 13. It tho first day ot tho annual regatta ot tho National Association of Amateur Oarsmen Is any criterion of tbo sec ond, tho twenty-fifth annual rcgitta, which should Ira from every point of vlow tho grcatost event of Its kind over rowed in America, will go down to history as onoot tho most unsatlstno tory. The races wero not started on time, nnd tho InBt event on tho programmo was only Btnrtcd when darkness hml ahead) Icgun to fall, Tbo spectators, who ociupiud boils nloni; tbo course, begin to lovvu for home, nnd ono ot them In so doing imvoil too far out In the river about half way down tho course. Thn shells wero npproarhing nt n b ii ruto of spied, but he did not sco them until they wero on top nf him. and ho then attempted to pull out of tho way. He was right In thu witur of tho Montrose men, and ho Just managed to avoid tbom ns tbey shot by in tbo lend. Not n halt length 0' ulnd camo tho New York Athletic Club re rting a strong stroko nnd ono calculated to nmko them pretty near a winner. Hu run right ahead of them, ond they struck his shell amidships, snuibhlng his and tholr ow n boat, and getting hopelessly shut out ot tho raco in conso qilenco, Tho racing as a wholo was not marked by any particularly good tontcsts savo tl.it for tho four ourod international trophy In tho first ho it, whon tho Ariel nnd Institute crows woro matched. Tlioy ratdo a great tight and much Interest ottnehod to tho race, stneo they aro ro gurded as tho only two crows which havo a chnmo In cither this event or In tho senior four. Thero wero fully 3,000 persons gathered nt tho finish whan tho rates wero callod at 3 o'clock. Thero wero fully twice that number Bo-vtlored along tho sldia of tho rhcr nt vnrloui points along tho i ourse, and probibly ob many morn who did not arrivo until lator. In all it is not too much to say that UO.OOO poraons saw tho races. In the first hont ot tho Intermediate singles Lewis and WIlBon mado a very prctt) race for three-fourths of tho dlstsnco, when Lewis pulled out iv winner by a nan ov margin. Scholtz also did splendid work. F. J. Goer wou tho right to row- in tho final attor a spirited second heat with II. Vought of the Atalnnta Boat Club. Tho senior four-oared shell trials attracted considerable attontlon. In tho first huat Statcn Island not only rowed a pretty raco, but beat Crcsoent out ot second placo and pressed Ariel hard after Ariel had fouled. They will row In the final. Tba Institutos pullod Into first placo In tbe hollowust kind of stylo in tho second heat, defeating tho Argonauts. Tho Crcstciit'sdefout so disheartened tbem that they withdrew from tho international event lator in the day and left a dear Held to the Arlels and the Institutes. In the International rnco, when tin so crews met in the first heat It wns a grtat struggle from start to Unlth. Statcn Island whs unfortu nate in drawing against these two crews. Sho could probably havo beaten eltbor of tho crews in tho second heat and to mado tbo llnuls, but as sometimes hanpons, tbe three best entries were drawn together und ono was thrown out in ennsoquence. The senior singles were most eagerly aw site I. Van Dammo. Magulre. Maoah. nnd McDowell wero drawn for the third beat, hut McDowell scratched, Tho three got off together and pulled all tho way to tho buoy without any advantage. Returning, howover, Mngulro let himself out and tho way ho loft tho others mado it appear that be had only fooled beforo with them. The race to-morrow for tbo championship will lie between Muguire, Whitehead, nnd Juvenal. From to-day's racing no advnntngo appears to rest with either, and it is sure to be thu hardest kind of u bruising race. Tbe last event was tbe elght-oarod inter mediate race. The four crews reached their marks after dusk had bognn to fall, 'Ihcy ap peared to ha Ill-matched In physique, tho NVvv York Athletic Club having all tho better of tho others In appearance, when tho r co started It appeared as though they had also tho ndvantaire as fnr its form went. Worcester High School Jumped into tho lend, followed by Montrose and the Now York Athletic Club, and tho Falrmouuta follow od about a half length behind. Worcester fell liehlnd after going about a hundred yards, and Montrose lad tho bunch until tho Imlf-inilo murk wns neired. All four crews woro row ing in tine form, though Worcester splnshod slightly. New York was pulling tbo longest stroko and appeared to bo well sot fur a hard tlghl to the finish Then t.imo the unfor tunateaictdrnt nlro.ul) reftrn-1 to. Just after they hut passed tho brldgn vv hit h in irked tho half distance Monlrosc.hy her swerve to avoid tbe single, lost her lo id und fell behind. Sho regiliied hir huadwa, hut could never over taku Worcester, who shot in a winner b a length in S minutes 7 sveo ds. Montroso beat tho Falrmouuta for second place, lhe summa ries: Intermediate blnglet First heat won by Charles 1L Lewi. Wauchiliett Boat Club, In three length, sec ond, II 11 VVIIiion. N. V V C. Iir a lenulh, third. Johu M Hinder, Malta Hoot c lub, Philadelphia. b flro lenKth Time, 10 minute. a."-j tcond r-ecoud heat won by red J. tlreer, Columbia Rowing Association, B i.ton, bv two louicths, .tcund, U.oufiht Atlantic Hi at Club. Vew orlc. I) lx feeti third, Ilmmie C. Link wood West Philadelphia Lloat Club Time. 10 minute. 41Cj second Third beat won by Edward F. hi holtz. Narragau.ett lloat Club. b twi nry lenKth., second, Theodore Lture, Crescent llo.t Club. I'hllalclphls. byalcuitth, third P. 11 Lee, f. ring field Post Club TtniM lo minutes RSealor Four oared Shell First heat won by Ariel lTo.it Club, llaltlmoro. C W Uo!.h. Frank Hancock, W 11 Cummlus, and sewotl HatclirTo, by two aid a half lengths, accoud. Stall n Inland lloat Club by half a leuittui third, Cresemt Poat Club, Phllalellhls. Time, 0 mluute. 25 se.'und. feicond beat won I y,ln stltute lloat Club. Newark Fdward J Caruiv, F A Mulllvan, J. E Walker, on 1 Owen F. Fov. bv a Uncth Second, Argonaut Row tng Club. Toronto, by three length, third Columbia VtbletlcCl.il, Wash ington Time, tl mluuti. t second. Sen orSlnglftM-ult. F1rt luat won by Jame. II. Juvenal, Pennsylvania lUat Club, by three hngtb., second, F. F. Alwnrd, Toronto lloat Club, by a length! third, Thomas S Joyce, Sprlllif netd (oat Club. Time. 10 mlnutts. 1J aicohd. Second boat v, on by J J Whitehead, West End Hi at Club, Dottou, by a length aiiond, K, A Thomi.ou, Argonaut Boat Club, Toronto, b live length., third, J, J Ryan, Toronto Rowing Club 1lm', I) minute. fiVKi moond. Third heat wou by Jami-a Magulre, Ilradford Heat Club, 11 i.ton, by three length., to ond, l' I- Van Damme. M ituat lloat club, Detroit! Ed Marsh withdrew. Time, lomlnutit 1 Lj sih ouds. International Four Oared Mietl Race I Irst heat won bv Initltute lloat Club, Sr viirk, h J Carney, F. A Sullivan, J F. Walter, and On til D lov Time, H mluup . '10 hccou 1. bt-con I, Arb 1 How lug Club, Hal tlmore; Ihtrd, Matt n I, laud boat Club. :fiohd hi ut won ty Argouaut Rowing Club, Toronto, Cunida, U. A. Thmni .on. Alexanl r J Hojd. F. H. rhomp.nn. Jn-eph Wright Tim H minute atl a ton Ik Second, Columbia Athletic Club, Washington Time, tt min ute "jO h outl. lnti rinedluto 1- tghts Won by Woreenter High School Athletlfl Afuoctatlnn Wonte.ter, F F. Herman. C Jaeksin. It Mitchell T llrowu, J F Monroe. C, F Daiy r R Jobuon, F. J Ki rns, stroke, J J (julun, Jr.uixawaln. TJuie, N mlnuti s accoud Snoud, Mnulrti!' lloat Club, Philadelphia; third, F.vlrniouut Row lub- club, Philadelphia. New York A. C. did not nuUlu Cnuorlnar. Clitto', Aug. 18 In the canoe camp the day opened with a tmart wind from tho went, or down the river, that increased In force till it capsize 1 tho large two-polo teut u.od for a Pu.t unitu and recep tion room At tho time .overal w omt n anil men w ere lualde, aud thiy came near belug strut k by the fall lug poles. Tho lluffalo Cauot Club In tmart uniform, atarted lo paddlo seven miles to Oauunouque, on the Canadian thore, llulr course was with tho wlud almot dead ahead, ami buforo they wero half ovir tl.eywUbed they ha I not Marled but they kept on. The .amo exit-rien o befell a mixed erew thut was bouud for tho sumo lu o In tbo lur'rvvar cauooof tbo Hmhti.tir Canoo Club. Hotb ctulM deeldi-d to take tho stiamer houio rather than fare the whllo tap agitu fu .plte of tbe wind tbe Regatta Committee thl. moinlug called tbo .tilling rate of a mile and a b ilf fnro encautir. t'ameoif lultaort are Intituled for pail lltug only, aud l.'w tallort bad to rig up lee board to hold their or ifl up to the wind oi i our.c, good time lould not be umdo, the ra.'o Inlng mi rely a travenyon salllui, Uumu II of tbo Hruokl)H Canoo Clubtroueil the mil. h line In .ill mluute. aud m.eu onls.wltb Thomas Hale, Jr. of tho V. t uk-r. Canoo Club tioul lu Ul milium 3U Ktoml. Iliitolnll Palmer. lauthu Canoo t mb finljhid In .'tl mm utet but M ilbupialllliil for i ro.ililg ibo wrong ftn'th line lbe cnmmltti th n esliid thu novice pa nllliw rate ovi r u hair mile courte. with a turn it wus for opui laiutes mil lnIo blade, and was oieu onli to llio who bad novir puddled lu u rv. ouuide of tin Iron u club raoit Here, unaiii tlilrt man to iltildi wu di uualined llmiu lluiu.ldo of Toronlb , The lint man i-.nicl.Ulv ovir l llnowu lllrom llot of ILo Iroudeuuolt Canoe Club Hnehe.tir. rinie. h mill ute. IhH am ml man ml J ilarucr of Toroults "'eiubsaliliig'iind iiie mixed tn leiii paddling ram. Lai I llo po I ni .1 m miount of thu wind aenraeltimillnf llo loronH i !' t ;1 i lerk nf Ibo t'uri L wt nulil ui'l ' 'lav th. "; havo be-n iiinay arrival, a. m ' amp. Ibo t Import ut utmea tin tbe rcibter being t lime of . v niiimia hire K 11 Jdnurd.of 1' terl" ro, Canada, i x Comnio.tt.ro Waller I' Lawa in of H lon an I rx Commoiluro Irving V norland uf Arllngtuu, N J Increases Its Cnpllal Hmk to SOO,oon. AluaM. Aug. H "Tbo Associated Col onies" to dny filed wliti IhoBeir. 'r offltatca cortltlraio of on Incrcaso nf itu rapllal stotk from 1,100,000 to fjfiilrt noil Amoiu the direct urs of tho company ro vllllam h. b.ojiho. Thndrlmis II. Wakiman I I ird lirmvn of Now York. ,). nnd Smith M ' f f ', '.""'''inr. This. oinpany wus In .iipoi.itodlstt March to Fettle and tolonlio lauds w wt of tbe JllssUwlppt lUvur. aotr. To-rsja Vamra rtr.alta rrsm Otsege, TTateh Illll, and El. on here. Otsoiro Is Iho only links whero an open tourna ment will lo held to-dny, but thero will lio no lnck of other events conflnod to tho members ot tho dltToront clubs. On nearby links there will bo monthly handicaps at both tho Stntcn Island Cricket and It itoball Club and (ho Crescent A. C tho latter being for tho class II plavcrs only. I'lay fnr tho Uuvi mor's Cup will bo con tinued nt tho Nutley Colt Club, and lit tho Fairfield County Golf Club tho match play rounds for tho McCord cup. between the sixteen who have qualified nt lnc-dal plav, will bo started, Tho usual weekly humluups will bo held at Artltloj, Scabrlgbt, Norwood, nnd Ccdnrhtirst. At t no links nt a illMiiniu tho fixtures tntluilo liniidlc.ips nt Hhlntnnw-1. Hills, Lenox, Newport, nnd Nnrr.igin.ott I'ler, whllo tho return match between tho Dutchess County (lull Club nnd tbo Hudson Golf Clulivvfll bo de cided nt Hudon. CnoPBiiarovvN, Aug, 111, Tho weather con ditions for tho third day's piny In thu Otsoo crolf tournnmont were quite a pleasant tontritst to thos.o which prurallcd durlnir tho flrrt twu day ' piny. A lnrco crowd w. on bund tu wiilclitho competitions, lhe chief interest ot tho morning mutches icntrtd In the one between Pell Clark of Otsego nnd John Hold. Jr. uf m. Andrews. Tho hitter played tbo best golf scon during thu tournament, and Uofcatod l'oll Clan, by ft up nnd 1 to play in a closo match. Did cards worn aB follows: Johu Rrld Jr (scratch) out rj.onnn44 n tl III 060U4.rU D-41- 83 Poll Clark (a Oil 7 7 B 7 7 41 S IH In 5 0 7 7 0 8 0-02 105 The play for tho Iluffcrs' Cud rcsultod as fol lows: Red Round Averllt, one-half, heat Pier, one-half, 4 up! Cook, one-half, beat Lynch, one-.lxtth, 4 upt llray, one-half, be-at Campbell, two thlnls, by de fault, lljdeCltrk, one-half, drow a ht. boml flu 1 Round Ctiok, oue half, te it Averlll, eno h.lf, 4 up II logos Ura, oue half, Uut Hyde Clark, oae hair, 6 up, 4 to go. This loaves Cray nnd Cooko to play In tho morning for the posneiodon of thu Duffers' Cup. To morrow the tuurnnment will bo brought lo a closet by tho piny for tho Coopumlovvu Cup ut medal play handicap, which was postponed on account of tho ruin, Iho other mutch In tbo seml-flnnls wns be tween V tlllnin T. Mori-an (5 Ul and A. Comptiin (H:) l.olh of (Jlii,i). 'lhls was wiin by Coinptun, aftt r a very close and exciting mntih by 3 up and 1 logo. In 'ho finals for tboOtsosoiup the score fol lows: Compton (one half) Out . rl 4 0 B 0 4 0 B 7-50 In 57800547 411101 John Held, Jr. (scratch) Out 7 3 0 6 5 B 4 0 517 In 4 7 0 4 5 5 B H 4 It 05 SiilNNFCocrt llll.LH. Aug. in. The eighth com petitions fur tho women's challenge unit handi cap cups wero hold this afternoon uv tr tho " Hod Course ' No hotter lontlltloiiB, either of weather or course, could bo desired, and tho links and clubhouse wero overrun with plners and vis itors. Miss Hcitrlx Hojt again demonstrated her superiority ovor her competitors by winning thocbullcngocup with a gross seme of 03. Miss Ilojl Is plu)lug in tine form Hnd ma Imi de pended upon to give a good account of herself In tbo coming e hauiplonshlps. Thu handlcup cup was won by Miss J. S. Clark, vv dh a net seoro of 80 This is the see on i tlmo tint Miss Clark has won tbo cup. Her piny was strong and steady, being particularly good on approach shots. First prlre in the quarterly handicap also fell to Miss Clark. Tho Sands family was represented in tho list of prlzu winners by Miss A. A. Sands, who won second In tbo quarterly, with n net of 83. Third prizo foil (o Miss Ilirnoj, whose net vv is 84. Miss Harney is quite a young pin) cr, hut hns shown such good golf that nuny of tho wlso ones cull her a coming champion. The score follows: Oro.. ITeap. Xit. Miss J. S Clark an IH no ill. A. A. 8-nds 113 SO H3 Ml. l!arne 101 17 84 Mrs A. H Clstlln 10H S3 85 Ml.. V. Henderson 114 25 80 MI.E 0. Clark 107 14 US Mr C. 8 Brown 07 4 03 Miss K. W. Uarnes 123 0 04 MlnsU Ilovt 05 0 05 Mr C E. Miller 1U5 80 OS Miu Livingston 107 11 00 Ml. Wlckham 110 13 07 Mlu Oroe.beek 110 18 101 Mrs It. II. lloidley, Jr ISO 'J8 108 HI. Mslwl VV 'ou ISO 13 1S4 Ml.sK.O. Wat.on 174 zx 153 Watch Hu i, Aug. 13. The contost for the Clarke Cup. men's handicap, medal play, eight best to qualify, began to-du. The results follow: Qrosa. IVcap. Stt. J.P.TIlden Ml 1 73 H.l,lukle 107 80 77 D. Phlis 101 20 81 A.C.Cakley 100 25 81 O P I.aw.nn 88 0 6a J.H.CongJou 83 0 BT It W Unmet 10J 17 85 C Proctor 03 0 87 W. H Kln.iaud 103 ' 20 83 F. U VVe-itou 04 6 88 Ollverl'orlu 100 IB 01 11 Ilurdlck HO 18 02 T.A.Ftldv 118 80 I'l V.W Anderson 10U 10 93 J. Holme. 112 18 04 D L Lyon 1.18 88 00 A A Harrow. 114 13 vo 1. P Chi my 08 0 0 (1 II. Burnet 100 10 0) M. W Oretno 183 20 101 C W. Knapp 141 Id 107 W. II. Doane 154 ill) Ws Iii tho match round which followed, olghteeu holes. Congdon lie-nt tdiinhlo by ti up. l'roctor beat Tllden b 1 up. .'helps bent Onkle) b) Sup and 3 to phiv, llurnct bo it I.uwson by 3 upnnd 2 to play, lhe finals will bo plaj ed to morrow ufteriioon. WiLKl-tBAiiRB. Aug. 13 Tho first of throo handicap medal plav in itches was held jcsti r day at tho Wv oming Valley County Club. Jenson. tbo ilub'a professional, arranged tho handicaps un a satisfactory tmsK The player who wins two of tho contests will receive a handsome cup. Should a dltrorent porson win in each event, Ihcy will pla off forthoprlxo In an ov,lra match. Tho summary follows: OH-O.J. Ji'eap. AW. Rutter 105 10 05 Harding U 100 Woodruff 10J 8 101 Farnham 108 0 lu-J Vaughn 1.'4 20 104 Turner HO 0 107 Jones 118 H 107 loveland 113 B 10S Johni.u 187 111 111 Chase 183 7 115 Hrldgman 188 0 HU Carinter Ill 10 MX BavU Ill 10 131 ttbletloa. The third annual outing i nd garnet ot tho Arrow Club were b Id at Wist Farms yctt rlay uftcrnoon. Tbo strugglet for tho prlxe. In tho athloil event, w ere quite exciting. Summarte. 75 Yard Dash VV on by (rank McKrnzle, Philip Heath .econd, R chord Torrey third. Time. 0 set tiud. 100 Yard 1Ioj.Ii VVunby Robert Molt. Hat Id lllggs second, l'hlllp lloaeh thin! Tlmo, 14 l s mioudi. 280 Yard l)a.h Won by Charles V emit II Frank McKcuile .ectuid, Ruttrl Mott third, lime, 8Vkh ontl. 440-Yard Run Won by ('baric. Wendell, Henry Duuoll second, Ltlwurd Clark third. Time. 1 mluute 10 2 5 teconds. Throe Legged Race Wou by Albert Flock and Wal ter Klunan, Jamil f'trvl i uud Hubert Mott eiond. Cbarb. Hayntt anu itnk Uraeo thbd. ruio, 13 8 0 second. Ktan ling Drond Jump Won b Howard Cook. lih 7 fret 10 tutbe.i llarr 1 lemming .econd with 7 feet 8vtliehe. Kit hard Moori Iblld. w Ith 7 tet Running High Jumi Won by 1 rank liraoe, with 3 feet 1 Inch, James VVU.uer .evond, with 4 fi et It) tnehe.i Andrew Murry third, with I fe. t Jlmhei. Putting 12 Pouud Mint Won by Hcury button, with 20 feet, Richard Turrev second, with 8ftct 03. lurheai F.lw.rd Clkrk tblril.wlth JH fiet. Tug of War Won bv llenrv Dietx, ajichori H iward Cook, Janus Marvlu J. oil Miller, Frank Mihuiulo, Janus O Connor, aud Felix Uoi-kmun, by 10 inches. Ttiiit1. B miuutuH. Ob.taele Kate Won by Frank Vdams. W llllam Pat ttrou.o uud, Udward Clark third. Time, J minute. 14 SMOUl. hat k ltiio Won br Henry Sutton, James Marvlu tiHoud, Philip II atli third rime, IV m-nuut. Prl.o Howling VV on li Chlrhs VVoudell, Roliert 31 at tivonil, Philip lit ach Iblld. I'.-Uo .Shooting Wm by Mward Clark, Howard Cook second, An tew Murry third. Tbo annuil fe.tlval ami games for the benefit nf tho Huuday at liooH of Morrliaula by tbo Jame. F. Gordon Asiot lallou wero held at Wo.tthn.ter yesterday afttr noon Bumnnr) of events Mlowt Hi Yard Ia.U for (llrl Won by Clara ballman, ba He Pit nun .oeoud, Rose Wj.u third 75 Yard lah for ltov Wou bv Jaeob Prludle, Samuel 8tovi'U. . i uud, lleruard VV l.e third Igg aut btoiu Rate for (llrls Won b 1. inula Kent, Hannah Seolleld itnt-on 1. 01 ira Sallman third Tbr it-L-gietl llaoe VV on bi Deuro lomliurl snd Rli l.ard Hrow n. Morns t rnbath and Jutob 1'rludlo at 1 1 ul Wllllaui hallmau au 1 Ueorge VVull.. r third I'ottito Kan for Hu!, Wot by Kiiima Lent, buttle Pit r.on .econd, Clara Hullnun third Potato Hat e fnr Hoys VV on by Sumuel btev ens, Ja cub i rlutlli .econd, lit rr ard Wfi tblnl Hop Jumilng Coutt.t for tllrls Won by vgne VV iWH. with 70 Juinii, llunuub H ollel I e ond, with 75 Jump, tlu.ilii HbIiii third, with 7u Jump rug of War Won b) bimucl hiiveu, and ori Charlc. Llu.han, LuuU rilllaui, Ml. Ino I VVuolsl. , and bfrnartl Wl.e, P jLiiiuhia Time ' mliiuli Putting tho U Pound Khol Wou 1) Ml hielVVn.il lij, ttllh 18 fret, 111 lurl Hrown ttuul.wlth 10 fe t - iiithe.i Umirg i.inubard third wlib in feet Kuanlng Hlgn Juuiii Wou by llorrl Feruba'b, w in I fi et 8 jut l.iti William hallmau se, mi t, with I feeti Charles Duthaii lldnl, with 3 fort 1 1 In hot. Kin ug HioadJu. t .Vou bv Morrl rirubath, with 10 feet rooms, piersou scion I, wllh 0 ft t Ja Prlndle tl lrd, with 8 f i hleio Koto Wou by Ja oh Prlndle, Louis mil un ationd, Charlvabcontlu third Trullf) AMldriit Mu usOIra hllli'il ller I Hi . Mr- Sarah Kllloii, .V))oir ' 1 1 wlilln rpw tin. ' In street in front of In rli i . -H 1 71 I'.irl. uv mi', Hruoklsii, Venn ii'iv "tri't bv u nil v inriif (lio lluluhis i. i min reioivnl i fni uruof tbo rihhtlig am fro bruise, mi tl I't'il). vvliichu i ruiilt in ner dcjth Hho w 3 romotod tu thu lloiucuopuibio uospltul. 1 i llHlxltllHxt Timely words : H jj "Wo clobo nt (ino. 'i jjS Tin hour that m:irls tho ond J jfl of tho .' trouser-Siih) at Prinuo $j fl street is strikiiiix- I 'IS -2 . II Shoes, hats and furnish irigg. '' 9 Ko(u;iis, Pjjkt cfc Co. i1$9 Prlneo and riroadway. 1 . JtvH Wa red nu t Pr'nt vay fttaal Thirty hetoiul and llroadway. O Qiaal VACIITJSa. ! 3 A Promt. Ins- t'rnrrnDimo mr the .. 1', V. 3 i;H It. A.'. Labor liny Itranttn. i B Tho proajioctus for the ninth annual rciratta t H of the N'ovv i ork Yacht Ituclni; Association has ,i bocn Hsued, and It outlines a programmo which '- (M should produce excellent sport. Tho fixture Is jt'i jB scheduled for Sept. fl (Labor Dnv), nnd tbo start V l)kx and finish will bo off Oruvcscml Hay YucbtClub ijl tHH houso. .Members ot nil clubs bolonirlnr; to tho e( smaal Yacht llacln? Union of Lont; Island riuuiid aro y' tH lav Hod to outer, and liberal support Is counted f! H on from tbo follow lm; clubs bc-louttlng lo tho as- ' al soclntlon: (nilV Audubon, Hudson River. Kewark, Raynnne New Ti fiiH Jerst y A. C , Pa onla. Columbia Jcrsf v i ity, Tnppan 'vt jH Zee, onkers Corlnt tnu, Nc rl. A C.Vtuktrs, 2? -axafl ejravisend Uar Kill ouhull. Tower lulg , ilrctu- .ff iSmxH villa and Nyaek lloatlng Asis-latlou 4i 9H Tho moro Important condition nro is follows: A' Only coal, uumberetl ioortllnR to Artlett II o' t le V ; by laws i f the N. Y Y it A. mat compote, ami all ? rH boats spnearlng with atov.lallou udmhor. or Y R C ' .H of Loug Island Bouud up w lit be timed, even though e; f jH no previous notice Is tent lu. Rut ttio.e tleitrlus to , i) lartlclpite are request d to tend lu notlo to .ecre- ' nH tary of oommltte early, lu order to facilitate the A WM work of the Judges. K &H The turning marks or buoyt of alt ooursos are to left ji or port han I In turning. v.i -tM Course 1 From start line to and around Craven i tftfieV hhoal t uo (1 leek anil red liorlzoutut atrlpi). located, cxH F. N. E , dl.tant three-quarter of a intlo f rum Huff- VK man Island! th' neo to and around -wavb Channel , SJH (l-tll bell buoy, looated one and a quarter mile. N. W. f! j IVaV thn e eighth, w from Homer shut light, thence to ('. ' ttartttig Una (Once around Is t Lven mllea Sea t ! claetincatPm list for how many times It Is to lie taltetl .i ' ffl over.) ,' hU Course 8 From start line to and around Black Can hSBJ nuoy 5o 111, ttv-ated three quarters of a mllo touta . mLw by east from Ion Tompklnit tlieaco to and around J H Rlaok Can Puoy No. 1 1, located about aquarterofa u jl mile east north ast from Swtuburne Island; thence to -4 T H ttart line ifjuce around Is .even miles; too elas.lnoa l sl tlon Hit for how many time. It It to be tall dovcr.) A tM Courte 8 From ttart tine to and around a mark wM I designated bj a red un 1 white Rig plat-ud about 110 IS. f feet wet of the end of tho long Uovernment Dock". a 2 il ttuated at the southern limit of the tort Hamilton J- M slope; thence lo and aronud the moored 8treet De- .A. H partment ko. loeate-t aout half way between illsssml Cone l.lanlPoiut onl Ulmer l"irk. thencrt to start liltssai line (Should stow be removed a rod and white flag; llaaal mark will t platted there Once around Is tbreo and Jb flH one-third mile, seo classification list for how many nfilsaal tlnu a to tall ovor course.) ftlfl The classification list and courso directions 1 aro: K fl bchooners Class A. all schooners 40 feet andover.- 4ftH Twice t ver course 1(88 miles). Start signal, whlta tfASBJ nag f iM iab'n loopA and Cutters Twice over course 1 (29 $ naal mile.) Class II all 8 feet and over 18 feet clat. C, V V'ifli all 5J feet aud ever 4S feet, claa. D. all 45 fet and ii IhH over .1" feet: claa. K. all 3-t foet aud over 38 foett y cliasF, all 31 fet-t aud over 87ftet '7) ;B Claj. U, all 87 f. et and under, class II. all yawl- i rigged yachts Three tlmea over course 8 (St miles). y iH Open Jib an 1 Mainsail Three tlmt s over lourse a xH (81 mile.) Class I, all 38 fiet aul over 87 feet J if-SJ cla. 8, all 87 feet mil over 83 feet. 'J H Clas. 3. all 8J feet and under, twlee over courts 3 ,C H (14 miles) v Cabin Cat Rigged Class 4. all over S3 feet, tbreo 1HI tlinfs over tourso 8 (Jl miles,. Class 0, all 83 feet .lBBxi aud under twl eovtreourse J (14 nillet), Slifli Open Cat RltnrtNl and tlalf Rater. Class fl, alt 83 13 HI feet aud over 87 feet, and class 7. a I 87 feet and over aBxi 23 feet, three times over courae 8 (81 mile.). cSJaal Class 8, all 83 feet and over 80 feet, and class 0, all -S So feet and over 17 feet, twice over course 8 (14 - "7TTbx1 "" yjsai Class 10, all 17 fiet and under, and class 11, all v3(BI half raters, three times over cour.e 3 (10 miles), $1 "nxa Momo and Glenralrn II. Itendy tctsitart. fi tHJ Monthfau Auk. 13 Everythintr Is In rcartO iH neas for tho International yacht raco on Lake St. -A 'B Louis to-morrow Lot ween tho Moino and Ulen- 4l'H cairn II., nnd tho indications arc that it tho fiH wind Is favorable tbore will bo an uxcltlne con- 3 ,HJ test. To day was a busy ono for the jachtsmen. 55 HJ A steady wind from tho weatpnvoan opportu- 5 nlly to tho yachts to tct their weather qualities. ' H Mr. Duiriran wns at the ltoynl St. Ltwrcnco 'g vM Yacht Club brietht and o irly and was soon nt Q jH work on board tho Olencairn. A now set of sail ,1 jH was used In this morning's spin. After every- '5 at thine had bein tirrnniod satlsfat torlly tbo (lien- J H cairn went out. When sho was beyond tho shol- S jf tcrof tho pier tho wind caught her broadsido a Bm nnd forced her over on her ba mi ends. Then T M UiiRctanwas compelled to spread a smaller jib 9 j and reef tbo main sail. After a llttlo run that J j Glcncalrn wns brouebt In and then went out H j ntrnin. This occurred sevt rnl times, and It was ty j evident th it sho was reitlvlm; a ri'i'Miii; drill. J J Soaio tlmo after the tllvncAlrn'sspin the Jlomo 4 I went out, but unliko tbo ('.iiiiuliin Isutshe hid it'i, her eanvas roefod lioforo tho went Into ihu ifii water. The yachts had a number of trials, and 41 in tho afternoon noru brought on shore and gt cleined. i Tho buoys for the cour--c wero placed to-day. $ and DiiKirau aud Crane fiKiieil tbo articles of ,?' airree'inout. "jl 5 Amonic the arrivals today to witness tha il rates wero Dinlel II Ilurnhnm and Lcroy jAi i)resier of tho Seuwnnh ikn Club. slj 'lhu Hrst Kim for tu morrow's race will ho fired -13 nt U lfi o'clock nnd tliosieond at 10 JO u'clock. H It will bo over u straightaway courso. i j ' fa uquero III, Asaln Ileal Her lllval Tblrtjx it " t-uoler., f Nkw port, Aub. 1.1 1 ho thirty-footer raco to- H dnywaswonb) the Vuquero III.. which unlthed Mil a minute nnd llurl,v-eii;bt seconds ahead of tba Jjffl W'awi. Thero was a wholesale breeze from tho iB southwest, scndiiuf tho spraj ovor the bows all f l thruuuh tho race. Tbo start was mado at 3:10, cHll tho Ksptranzi be-iner ihoflrst to t-rois and hold ?r H Inn tho load on tho run up tho biv to Dyers 'S ftj Island, hut on tho windwarl work tho Viiqucrtu j m sniiii took the llrit plnia und held it to tbo cud. 'i fi Tho otllclil itmc3 wero: ff, KfapseS i nil HnfiA. Tlni. I hi Jtoof ontf Oxrnfr. it a s n m, a i li1! YaqurroIlI.il II. Duryea nil 84 1 b .'I i Hi Wawa, J A -tlllmau h 30 08 k, .'o i'S I S'- Pink, F. I) M rvan ,,,. 9 In 11 V.' id IB Mi Kiperauza A K HaiiwIllUe .... A 48 81 8 . 84 c Dorotby 11 . II I' Whitney . S 4S III) J .'T lid H , Veda. C V-nttrbllt, Jr ft 44 IS 8 '." 19 M II. 1,0 (I J.uulUg a 4.1 18 8 80 14 . 'Ihohnlf-ratcrsTrlo, Head, and Yehl iniiioout n to tho lluu to ruto, but thu wind w is mo stroni; 'f for them, iiiriyiii away tlio Yehi's bowsprit M und sprinclni; tlio Head's mist. To inurrtiw tbo jS thlrtj-fooiir will aiil for tups uili ml b Hear 1 Coiiiinuiliiru August llelmunl of the New York & j YuthtClub. t nrhtlns- nles. Vk J Ft S The .team yacht X 'in iii vhal. tv lib her owner, John ri Jntob Aior, and a party of fr end. on board, was lfi I stsblid off 8audy Hook at V .10 o clock yesterday n uiorulug. jL y I Kbarpaliontrr lllieiiinii Itrturns. , Michael Huemnn, who was one of the party of & Ann rlean sharpshooter, that vl.lt tl Germany abmt M eUlit wit k a,-o, relurmd liome irbrtlav Ue.ald f . that thu Ameii an. were sutiefnl luuesrb all of tbs WL j evtnts In width they touk part i)u. Immermaa, 1 tbe fuinoiis rltle sliot vv o oeetimi atilot the team, i llted up to hl.invl it It it puis on nnd aided amim- HI bcrof irophps to bl.irelll lluem.n said that they i '! wire Irealetl royailv Iv the dllt rent tierman six-lo- : tit., an I evi on ug jj.tU.l. wusiloue to make their I trip T'lia"ali! J t '. lu llambni ru team matt ii was easily eantured by ,, IbeAuurl mi Ih revtirt ino on oa 'i -llo Tho ', . j grin 1 .hootlus' ft.tlval or Uttrmanv ejan at Suenii. i t biroiiJulv I u 1 o i tin r ii rib tin Alnerhan- look; . ,1 part lu the Mir pi" id. of u ii sharp! o Lr lu tho ' , eviliiu t ii.oje t s tiaiique nt w Ith h the Mayor l of tb. ton li i n allot 1 n i art) ulu t Ml. d various renin 1. In irl i Hu ii. in -a 1 Hint tin y inptun I in u t b than f tlfl) in lui slltir uud g II. i aiiiisilkiitt us llo Irousht baik wllh lilia a hi. ' me -,t r n nnd j t.vomtduit n li he vt on hliio. , A. a ni.ali t,r iho i trli n iriyof irpreseiiiailio oirniau slmolers will , 5 ' i thl i i rv next i .ir to lurtnlpato In tu ,1 null. hi ii.' jot'ng feiiluil lotm held lu July J lu lis nburg .lie. ho.jtir shownl mi i nlhu. laiui ' j ti tt o proj ct, inn! woro lomuieii big lo j I, k a i j Ham when hnll't There iv as also i v ly pi.lhlilty f or ii.usfroi I'm utber lunu. hern . Wmricau. i mi til J. ,t ii an no -be only uiiiiiUrtf the I limn whnretui ed, the n .' f Hi- juri i lug a. I. B ta mgi f iho .bono to I,,,, u, ,, ,,i,d tour a ' lir aigh Hi n vi i iiswltirlai t IWoobbuby v;u;;.":;:r 1