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VOL LXXNO IXXNO NO 343 NEW YORK SUNDAY y AUGUST 9 1903 1903copuriaht cofVtittM iw 19 I3bu ta bl TAC T c Sun lntinu IrMtinu and Publihng PtibUMno I Alocilon AuocaHom TWENTYEIGHT TWENTYEIGJITAGES 0 PAGES PRICE PRCE FIVE CENTS CENTSI
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Uecanti letaml So Curious SIrIoift lrlols Over 4nr a Menace MenaceTh Mciae11iit 1llsace 1llsace1111t
Th 1111t 11iit t llo Iornot 1or lt to Mix lx Thing ThIIS Up UpDAB UplAR tipIAR
DAB HMtiioit 11101 ItIt0 Aug 8 8Rear Hear Admiral AdmiralSands AdmiralSillls AdmiralTtIsM
Sands Sillls lAR TtIsM White squadron luadron the Wenemy enemy enemyon I
on oh wl 1 1 wo l acounl tho th New England En land coast coastfrom cOMtfrom coastfrcflU
from 01 feint i FLSP0tt l I port Mo 10 to CaP ° Cod Mass Masshas lbss lbssha Missas
has ha as IWVMI 1 PU patrnlld mt t rolled for three days by a aiiinn amor aort
iiinn ort powerful owtrrul formation formal ion of warships warshipsnn Wlushl pf
nn 11 right ri hl i illn jflt > the jaws of tho battleship battleshipillviAion batehlp batehlptli battlehlptilVbIOfl
illviAion inn of tl Ihl > Blue or home defence defenceiuilnm defencearly defence1iiadrofl
tli iuilnm iarly this thll morning while trying tryingi
and had to tonurreiuU1 tournnth tourrtUIC
i I 0 iiti II r Fifiiclnnanrt FIncbmnn Bay Dy ha
nurreiuU1 urnnth tn I U superior superor force Thus ThU ended endedtI < l ltle
tle tI fi f1 fltt > i plmft phi PI of the lie summer tummfr war games gamesofficially gameRofcaly game8fticiaIIy
officially ofcaly designated di nntfl wTe The search prob problim probnt
lim limThe 10 nt ntThe The ThE liisk IIk w f For r Rear Admiral Barker Barkerwho Darkerwho Barkerwho I
who eommandeil comland1 tho victorious squadron squadronBBS
1 BBS a4 to II ft fiml 111 hi his opponent Barker Drkel easily easilyaiOomplMiH ea easilyonipiil > ly lyromplIH
aiOomplMiH romplIH onipiil I his work worl While Whit the capture captureif captro captror
if r tlic Ih W1 V1 in il squadron 1111111ron was wle inevitable inevitable1ipr htvitahll htvitahllIrr
Irr i 1ipr f r its it ilio deqWIy > v My at daybreak by the theiii thoI thejsr
iii jsr r Olympia acting actng as a scout for forB
B 1 I i rc r II ll 1 u I 1 > f hattIe hatle section secton It would not noti m t
i own 1 hkII so 4 n quickly nccomplistunl rcmplshd if ift Ifi
i t nirp lrpE Lrpsl > i olpgrapli ol rph operator OptJrltoron nn tliebattle tliebattleni the hatle hatlell battle battleflhl
ni flhl ll T l v flagship tlg8hi of the I he enemy tucmy had hld not not4YflO
1 ivciijine 1 by astonishment u over a aiurien at
iurien 111 that t ha I cnmo down to him out of the thooiMir theI t ho hot
oiMir t SC i riK g ulr lr The Texas TelU rox was W3 the theonly theunJv theolV
only olV venue V4stt I of the enemy NIIY fitted ftted with means meansfor mals malsro iueanaC
for ro C ivcriviiiR rf viog I wireless wlnlcts despatches despatchesTo detpltchll detpltchllTo
To IIP lIlt rV vent it tho Texas from intercepting interceptingDM
DM II < rtleni rf signal iglal between bewen his hl own OI ownAtflhilfll chips chipsAdmiral Ihipl Ihiplilll
Admiral illl Barker BIIIr hid arranged alrngl n secret code codeIll codeTI
TI Ill f cotio OiU message mClgl for enemy tII sighted Iightml and andulinK andslliflg nd nddinl
ulinK dinl for Krenchmins Jrnchnnnl Bay Br was Hens HensChickens len lenhirkR Xfenshickens
Chickens nnd nd pit8 IS Of course COUI this thll was wasnot wasnot a anot
not Known to Admiral Sands This ThL morn morning mor moril mornng ¬
ing il ng nt t daybreak dlybr1k while whie tho Texas was wUfhar head heading lvacitrig ¬
trig In for Portland Port 1m hoping for victory the thntireless thf thfdrclfs thejrelees
tireless drclfs operator oprtor on board sitting At his hisluMrunicnt hisilMrumcnt hisiietrunient
luMrunicnt ilMrumcnt heard heur it bcgln heglnl its tick tick tck tick tickAs tclt tcltS tickA
to that the thempSjaRo th thm themsage
A As S there thlre was 88 reason suspect RUSpt
mpSjaRo m aF6 was being exchanged between betweennan bttwen bttwenM
nan M of Birkers scouts IcOUtl and ald the flagship flagshipof fagshlp fagshlpolth
of olth the Blue mut squadron lfuadron tho pperator pprtor grasped graspedho graspedhI
thn ho hI key kfY ke y of the instrument to do some tick tickIng tck tckIllg tieklug
lug himself hlmll and thus by creating cre tng Inharmoni Inharmonious Inhrmonl InhrmonlIIIK ¬
Dill IIIK sound waves prevent prevent the despatch despatchfrom despach despachrrom despatchrron
from being understood understoo by Admiral Admirl Barkers Barkersoperator Brkere Brkerepmtor Barkerspemtor
operator operatorBy pmtory pemtorBy
By y that time tme the instrument Instrment on the Texas Texastad Tcash311 Texashad
tad spelled ple out hens This Thi made mde the theTews theTeu theTexas
Texas operator oprtor curious crious lie listened lltne Then Thenha Ten Tenh Thenhe
ha h wondere wondered what wht kind of foolishness loolshnes this thiswas this8R thiswas
was 8R When chickens chlckel and pigs had hd been beenIcked beenI beenkked
Icked I ked out he began bgan to wee 1 through though the themystery themysttry themystery
mystery mysttry It I was too late to break brok in how howver howverlor bowvr
ver verlor for the mischief mlchlef had hd been bn done The Thafligshlp Tf Thetbgshlp
fligshlp Ighlp Kearsarge Kerrge had received reived the mes mesuge me metie message
sage tie which came cme from fro the Olympic liens wRenehckens FlensMckens liensh1ckens
Mckens hckens and pigs not only told the direc direcion dire direoDi direcIor
> ion Ior oDi in which the theiuetile hostile hotlo aquadron aadrn Wa was head headJig hl hlJIg hodiig
Jig but bt Just wher whore It was W In a few rain rainitMafterJt mn mnIelerft mcnbattlehIp
itMafterJt Ielerft j c0ipjttho t tho battleahlps bttehp under underKlurher underktsricerwero
ktsricerwero Klurher were teaming g full tilt to intercept
I Everybody Elb of Admiral Amiral Barkers Brkers squad squadIn iiquadr4n quadn
r4n In n expected exet yesterday yeterday that the attempt attemptAdmiral Ittempt IttemptAdir attemptAdmiral
Admiral Adir Sands Sndl to t run rn into a port por and andwpture andIptnre andaptllre
wpture Iptnre it before Barkers rkerl force lore arrived arrivedwould arive rr1vedwould
would lould be made by daylight daylght this thi momma mommaThin mOnln mOnlnThil morningThis
Thin Thil belief bUef arose aroe from the fact that a heavy heavyfog heavytOI heavytog
fog tOI shrouded hroud tho coast But about Ihout 10 10Vclock 10Icok 10clock
clock Icok last night the mint rolled roltl away nwnymd awnyInl awayInl
md Inl the moon came out However IowQver Admiral AdmiralBarker AdmiralIkirker dmlralR
Barker R rker did not relax relx any of his vigilance vigilancemd igimc
md 11 kept kfpt his battleships steaming stllm lg up and andtown nodtown IJd
town 1011 between betwen Duck Ward IrJnd Mount Desert DesertHock DIrt DIrtIO11 DeaertIOk
Hock IO11 and ani Maker laker Iflad Island Since leaving leavingtor lelvlng lelvlngIr bayingOar
Oar Ir Harbor on Wednesday Wldnlsdny morning to toirek torpk toek
irek Sands Snndl he hE kept his Iii annorclads annorclds in the thenisiliorhood te teillohood theigIIorhood
nisiliorhood illohood of f Baker Island Ilnd which is isily I isiiI3
ily I a dozen tlozfn miles 111 from Bar Harbor larbor The Theout TheIHlt Theout
out ships wore wee scattered alered along the de dec declne
c clne line lineI un e eI
I litre il ilsr r were WEre a good many in i his hil squadron suadron squadronI
10 1 I believed 11 1fW I tlipt tl1t Admiral Admlrl1 Barker was waslinking wasli wastddrg
linking li j a mistake ml tlli in keeping his hi fighting fightingi fghting fghtingI
I I ri i 10 0 item IWi the ho northern limit lmit of line linelinil lne lineI
linil 11 I 10 defend dtrffd measuring 11Ituril 222 22 miles mileslishiawuy ml milesiiiiavty
lishiawuy 1ilhllway between hetwll Cnje Cnl e Sable Sble on the theli theth
th li 1 and I Cope np ape Cod on the Ihl south They TheyiZui TheyZit
Zit 11 ho xhniiM holid have h1p held his hil battleship battleshipi
i i tti 110 tt nf the line lle PO that If Sands Sandsto
d 1 rod to make a port at either ex exmityBrktT exmityB exnty
mityBrktT mityB nty lb rwl to get Iet at him wyuld uld have haverin haveI
I rin r11 10 only iinlf ilIlf ii elf the entire entir length of the thei
I i lie I WHH aH defending It was argued arguedn arld arlda
a if f Siiri Saf made Irdf for Capo ape So od Bcrker Bcrker BcrkerII l3crkerI
11 I I rot possibly pnfBihly reach him within the theix
ix I lioiirn hou that was Wi deemed deeme necessary neos ry for forWHH torrIH forPhis
WHH rIH Phis to O place rJa mines mineI at the ontrapce ontrllce of the thefit theI1 thenn
fit I1 takrn and thus i mure himself from fromiivii Iromlalk fromlIark
iivii lalk dy h his opponent opponentl superior force forceAdmiral forcermirtl forceAdmiral
Admiral rmirtl Barker Barlir had ids hi own views how howVPr howpr
VPr pr lie Ie 11 had h11 reached reahcr the conclusion cnclusion that thatilmiral thlt thltomral thattiTnirai
ilmiral omral Bands Handr would try for Frenchmans Frenchmansiiy Jrenchmans JrenchmansIr
lay iiy and ho decided dlcldel to stay ftay right there thereflie thert there11e
I flie result r ult this Ihi morning mornin showed how good goodI goodjulImlnt
I is judgment julImlnt was Under the rules rl of the thero thl theroheni
IrnJem > ro > em Admiral Randss hostile hotle squadron squadroniiiltoHteam Iquadron squadron8ltOst4ayn
iiiltoHteam 181 to MttlUn out W 53 miles mies to the flftyeov flftyeovnlli flYv flYvnlh
> nil Illre dgree l reo of longitude leaving Bar lIar Harw Iar IarM lIaror
w or early fUry on fl Monday he got to t his destination destinationAVdncuday destintion destintiondl1 destinationdn
AVdncuday dl1 dn + sday rIY At noon of that day he started startedr strted strtedr
r Frenchmans Bay at good speed sped His Hisbjeetlve Hs HsIbJ IllsbjsctIve
IbJ bjeetlve It point was Winter Wintr Harbor Harbr on the thoiwinland thelilhnd thetIfllani I
iwinland lilhnd across aCrnRE the bay from frm Bar Harbor Harbort I
t was WI Wa his hil opinion that the Blue Due squadron squadronUli squadn squadnuld
< Uli uld J 1 at Itockland tho centre cntro of the theIffem theMen theIt
Men It fsnef linn lno With him wero the UI battle battleip batlf battleh1s I
hip h1s ip Texas exa his hil flagship lagship Indiana and andiMUMiclnwettB andIl antittUaehusetts
iMUMiclnwettB Il achuehl and ane tlio torpedo torpdo boat bat do doitroyprs dnItrym dotiOyers
itroyprs Itrym Decatur Deatur and lAwrence lwrenc They Theyad
ll good weather until yeBterday when hen a aleavy aIPavy aeavy
unt yeRtery
leavy fog was wa encountered encounteredAdmiral cncuntorle encounteredAifljral
Admiral Admrl1 Sands Slncs had hld hoped to t reach the thenimnoo thentmnt1 thentranu
nimnoo to Frenchmans Frnchman Bay By at daylight daylightan daylght
an hI ha morning hut ho slowed
morlnj Ilowed up on account accunt
I the fog fOJ and lost so 10 much ground when whenwn when11n
lawn wn hroke that he was WI thirty miles mi or ornoro oror orom
noro or om from where wher he had hae expected expced to be beOlympia b
10 Olympia Olympi sighted him about abut this time timetipkwl timemd
11 md > tipkwl tkll out the wireless wlrlef message me8jO to toWrolriil tohJmlrl totcInhIril
Wrolriil hJmlrl Barker which brought the battle battleP batte
hip hi P of f that Ihrt offlcor omclr and Incl caused cuscd Admiral Admiralwield Admirl
wield Ind iad5 l defeat rtFEat Just a few minutes after afterI
I o clock this morning moring tho ticker lcker of the theInKtrument theflrelt thetireless
flrelt tireless Instrument In trmelt on Admiral Barkers BarkersRship Dlrkerf
lag tagahip Rship hlp the Kearsarge began bgan to sound soundwi omd omdt
t wi thu th Hen chickens cilcen8 and pig plgl pigsflrMage
npwnKO nrA1ge from frm the Olympia Oympia The defence defenceJIMilron dlfelcP dlfelcPlarron defenceltxadrfln
JIMilron ltxadrfln was W then thln steaming Ileamlng slowly near nearUkai
Ukai baker i ni ninuni
Jker hland nuni The i no uiympias Oympia Olympias warning torn tornwt told
hit ht wt the Ih enemy Ilmy was wa twentyttve twentyfve miles mieR to t the thethward theQllthwlrd theOllthwartl
Qllthwlrd Ollthwartl thward and Inll eastward el tward of Mount Desert Desertck
Rock rhlK ° ck nnd nnl ann heading for Frenchmans Jrenchran Bay
nis w m mesge sMigo flgo was Wa communicated cmmunlcat4d at once onc
0 4 It the Illinois
Unoil and the Alabama
Follow Folow Fai1o the flag ag full ful speed lped came the theWl the14M the1nal
Wl 14M 1nal from the Kearsargo lelr rge and her two twoworts twoILerts
worts 1 J went forward flrward But the Illinois Illinoisw Jinols
t w I ut nn fn o Itch lch a I great spurt puT that the Kear
WRB larlo h hrll < l to tell 111 her to hold down The Thelvjtcll le
hr0 ahp sj went Int at a lourlen fourteen or ft fifteen n
lvjtcll IhY uet hich nicri ch dip the ti hend headed unnpcn PI 1 generally entraly in tho direction directionnicri directon directonch
ln enemy was supposed
to be taking but in such a way as to topractically toIract topractically
practically Iract I caly head him off offUse ot offUse
Use forced forcd draught drught came from tho thoKeantnrgo thoKealrgo theKearsargo
Keantnrgo Kealrgo This order orlr won WA counter countermanded cunter cuntermaldod countermandod ¬
manded maldod however just jUlt as 11 the th squadron squadroniHgan IquadronIlgan squadronlagart
iHgan to feel Fel the thrill thri of o greatly greaty Increased Increasedspeed Inerelet Inereletfplld increasetspeed
With bones In 1 their teeth
speed bone teeththie the Kear Kearsargo Iearlargl iCearsarge
sargo largl Illinois Jlnol and Alabama Altbama ploughed ploughedalong IllotRhed IllotRhedalon lOUglIedalong
along alon straight into the glare of the fiery fieryrising fer fieryrising
rising rlng sun It was Wil a beautiful bautul morning
Not a cloud was wal in the sky ky and the nea neawas tea teawaE ceawas
was waE ns O smooth as al gins gll Office Ofcera Officers and andmen nndmon andmen
men of Barkers squadron Iqundrn many of whom whomincluding whomincuding whomincluding
including incuding Admiral Admlll Barker Brker and CaptA CoptsHemphlll CaptAHemphi CaptaIlemphuli
Hemphlll Hemphi Converse and Davis of the three threebattleships thrte threebattleships
battleships battflhp had been bn up all night gathered gatheredon gathere
on bridges bridgellnd and decks dcks to see fee tho end of the thehard thehard thehard
hard work they tle had been betn doing this week weekAt weelAt weekAt
At 5 oclock after nter the defence defenc squadron fquadron
had hld been steaming nearly nn hour the thehostile theliostIht I Ihostlt
hostile hostlt formation was Wa sighted Ahead Ahed as asBcoiitu al asscouts
scouts tCII were the two destroyers and behind behindwere behindwere I Iwere
were the Texas exas the Indiana Indina and tho Masse Massachusetts rlt Massechusette ¬
chusetts chu8etl Then Thei began bgan the 110 chase clule and a apretty aprety apretty
pretty prety chase chaB it was Each of Barkers Barkersvessels Drltr8 Drltr8eR8eIR Barkersvessels
vessels had two big bl battleflngs bttefnp flying lylnl from fromits fromIs fromits
its tops Soon Son general quarters I Isounded
Is toP gentrl quarler vns vnssounded af ns nssounded
sounded on the vessels of Barkers
IWt18 Drkers com command commandand cornninnd ¬
mand mandand and those officers ofcerl and nld men mel who were wereasleep werenllp wereasiep
asleep nllp tumbled tumblel out Olt of bunks bunkl and ham hammocks hammoks haniniocks ¬
mocks moks nnd scurried sctrrllJ to their thllr batteries butterll and nndoilier Bndolher andoilier
oilier Rations sttOII The guns were wer manned mannedammunition mannedammunition mannedarnniunjtlon
ammunition brought from tho magazines magazinesit Igtzl IgtzlIt
it wan wal blank Hmmunitlon ammunitonand emnrnunitlonatjI and all l prep preparations prep preparation ¬
arations nrtoJ exactly excty similar similr to those when whenan
an enemy InlIY is I encountered encunterNI In actual war warfare wnrrlr warfare ¬
fare rlr wore wCle made madeOut madeOut madeOut
Out o5 of o the distance tlstalc looming loominj up white whiteand whited
and d berutifulcinv hOutlrul b5Ut1fui C1mJ > Rear Admiral Admirl Coghlans CoghlansrlfRsliip Coghlanl Coglilansflegehmip
rlfRsliip frglhll tho th cruiser Olympia commanded commandedby comlnndll comlnndllby
by Capt Capt Lyon Gradually Cradu ly by n I fine fne burnt burntof blrRt blrRtof burstof
of cpecd Blioolosrd she dOEId eloel up the distance between betweenherself hetwen hetwenhelSI betweenhieiself
herself helSI and the thl enemy whoso who c dlsrovery tISOIry
by h her hlr made mlde Admiril Barkers B rklr8 victory victorypossible vilorypossible I lory lorypQible
possible pQible Tho rhe hn cruiser cruier Topeka Topka tho gun gunboats gunbo gunlOfltS ¬
boats bo t Scorpion Sorpion and Ind Vixen and the de destroyers destroyer dostroyers ¬
stroyers stroyer Stewart and Wordenalsoippwired Wordenalsoippwiredand Worden orden also apptrcd apptrcdami appeared appearedand
and iHgnn Ilnl closing co inl in inAdmiral inAdmiral inAdmiral
Admiral Sands made a run for It when he hekn hekn hekn
kn w ho was WI discovered discoerd but his hi ships shlpt were wereslower wereslower wereslower
slower than Itn those thOe of his stronger stronJEr opponent opponentnnd oPPolnt oPPolntand opponentand
and the chase lasted less les than thn an hour The Theenemys Theenemys 11
enemys enemvl vessels etls slowed down and hove hoveto hov6to hoveto
to as a Barkers Blrkers ships Ihlp were Wll within good goodfiring toodfiring
firing fring range Each ch tried a few blank shots shotsjust shotAjUft shotsjust Food Foodfring
just to help along the illusion ullon that that it It was a areal 1 1ral areal
real ral battle batte Then came the order ordlr to cease ceasefiring lea8e lea8efring ceasefiring
firing fring and with it from the thl signal yards yardsof yardl yardlof
of the Kearsarge Kealargl fluttered futterEd the flags fogl that thatmade Ihlt Ihltmdo thatmade
made mdo Barker say to Sands SndA in the interna international Internatonal international ¬
tional tonal code coo Surrender immediately immediatelyIf Immeditel ImmeditelI
If I anybody expected Admiral Sands Snd to tosend toBnd tosend
send Bnd a stirring Btrlng message messge or defiance def nce the theexpectation theexpctaton theexpectation
expectation expctaton was at not realized realzed Admiral AdmiralSands AdmiralSnds AdmiralSands
Sands Snds merely signalled Ilgnaled that ho had seen seenthe Refn Refnthe seenthe
the message meS8pe and then thEn showed showld the signal signalnumber Ilgnalnumbcr signalnumber
number of his flagship f1gillp This was al the thoend theend theend
end of the thl engagement and the search searchproblem Marchprohlem searchproblem
problem The opposing oPp081uJ squadrons Rquatons were werethen werethen werethen
then about ten miles mief to the southeast eOllhelt of ofMount ofMount ofMount
Mount Desert esert Rock Hok and about thirtyfive thirtyfivemiles thirtyfe thirtyfemlea thIrtyfivemiles
miles mlea from Bar Br Harbor Admiral Admirl Barker Barkerand lurktr lurktrand Itarkerand
and his fleet including tho captured
frt icluding capturd enemy enemystartel enemyltrte enemystarteb
startel ltrte right rght away for Bar Dr Harbor tho thobands thobnda thebandof
airs bands bnda bandof of the the victorious vlctoroW ships ploying playig lively livelyairs lvely livelyairs
Leaden cnn Saturday Satlray 1lew Review Says aa Choatci ChoatciSustention ChoateStigiestlon hoatelSUlluton
Sustention SUlluton It 1 a Joke Joketipcctai JokeSpcctaS fokeIIJla
tipcctai IIJla caM Cab 051 flujHUcn Dupcl to Tins Sew SDKLONDON SUI SewL0NION
LONDON LNDN Aug 8 STo 8The Tho Time Timtll Ottawa Ottawacorrespondent Ottawacorrespondent Ottawacorrespondent
correspondent on Thursday Thursay cabled to the theeffect theefet theeffect
effect efet that thot the indignant Ildlgnont Inhabitants Inhabltla of the theProvince UoPrvinc theProvince
Province Prvinc of Ontario were signing elgnlnl a petition petitionto petion petionto
to the authorities authoritts of Westminster Westmn ter Abbey Abbeyprotesting Abby Abbyprtetlg Abbeyprotesting
prtetlg protesting against agwlt the proposal propS1 to erect erecta eret
a monument monumelt to t t1 George Washington Wahlngton in inGreat II inGreat
Great Grat Britains Briains historic edifice edlfc Tho To peti petitioners pet fietithfleTM ¬
tioners tontr declare dtlr that it would bo regarded regardedas tlarded
as a 0 condemnation cndenmaton of tho Canadian tnadll senti sentiment 6nl sentimeat ¬
ment of loyalty to t Great Orea Britain Drlaln for which whichtho whichthe whichthe
the Loyalists Lyalilt suffered Buterd so much They Theyput Toy Toyput TheyIMIt
put forward the claims caims of Wolfe Wole Cartler CartlerMacdonnld Carler CarlerMadonald Cart ier ierMacdonald
Macdonald and others
Madonald as more deserving deservinga
a place plac in tho Abbey AbbeyThe Abb AbbeyThe
The Times Tirl gravely grwly attempts atempts to soothe eoothethe sootheIhe soothethe
the irate petitioners pttlonerf pointing pointng out that there therein
in Ii no 10 such proposal Iroposl1 afoot though Ambas Ambassador Abl Anbassador ¬
lor sador Choatein Coate In his Fourth Fourh Fotirthof of July speech speechmerely speechmerely peechmorel
merely morel expressed eJprlJd the hope that notno 110 day daythere daythtrewould daythere
there thtrewould would boa bo a statue of ofWuingtn Washington in Inlho Inlhocity the thecity thecity
city of London Lndol and n I statue of Queen QueenVictoria Quen QuenYlclorll QueenVictoria
Victoria Ylclorll in Washington WashingtonThe Wahlnglon VashingtonThe
The 1111 Saturday fltvttto R tiw today in a charac characteristic chlra eharactoristio ¬
teristic lelittlo paragraph lrugraph say IIY The Canadians Canadiansmade Calans Calansmade Ctuuidlansimiatie
made the niisiuko of taking Mr Ir Choate ChoateBoriounly Choateorioull Chonteseriously
seriously orioull None who know ktO him and his hisunfailing hisunfaing hisunfailing
unfailing unfaing sense of the fitness ttne 1 of timings tilingscould thlngMcould timingscould
could conceive concive him guilty guity of a bitisa b 18 though thoughone
one must mUtt admit that that at best bst this is not a afelicitous afelctous afelicitous
felicitous felctous jet jtit A statue Iate to Washington Washingtonhere W8hlngtonher
here her We might just as af well wl put up one onoto oneto oneto
to the Cape Cp rebels rrbl we have just disfran disfranchised disfranchised bistranchised ¬
chised or to the tf Irish Irsh boys of 98 98The 08The 98The
The Saturday Salmai Review considers coniders that thatftatues Ihattats thatitatues
ftatues tats to the latter later would bo b more Jima justifiable jUAIllable Jimatitlahle ¬
tifiable Illable for the th Irish certainly had in infinitely InInlely inlinlteiy ¬
finitely Inlely morn just ust grounds for rebellion rebellionthan rcbliol rebellionthan
than the Yankeatt l The Dutch in South SouthAfrica Suth SuthAfrca SouthAfrica
Africa Afrca were a different dllernt race rac and owned ownd tho thocountry thocountry timecountry
country before foro the Britishers while whie the thoAmericans theArerc theAynerieaiis
Americans Arerc < nR people of our own blond owed owedtheir owedtheir owed owedtheir
their country solely to us usCHOKER uslWllm usftOK1R
Ale l he e Hummel Ilnllrl Sa SaM > n So te After Aflr Seeing Rteln thn thnSqiilru theSmiutre
Sqiilru Sqlire of fr Wantage Wantagefpectit TsmnIageSpecial lnl ae aetlllllbl
Special tlllllbl Cable atle nnpatclt nfparch la jima 1UB Sos SIMLONDON SI33ItDO
LONDON Aug 8 HAba Abo Hummel who is ison Ison ison
on his way to New York Yorklays says that nn Ameri American Amor Ainorlcan ¬
can theatre In II Paris is one of the certainties certaintiexof
of f next neason eln Three American managers managersincluding managersncludlng managersIncluclirtg
including Charles Charlel Frohman are negotiating negotiatingfor negotlMtlg negotlMtlgfor
for one oneMr oneMr oneMr
Mr Hummel has had lad a long 10lg interview interviewwith interviewwith w wwith
with Richard Croker Ho again denim denimthat uenlA uenlAthat denirathat
that tho Squire Sqlire of Wantage has any inten intention intenton intenttion
tion of returning retrning to the United States StatesCroker Stnlf StnlfCrker Statesroker
ton Croker Crker will wi go to tho Dublin Dubln HOMO Jor e Show Showon Hhowon Showon
on Sept 15 Ii 1 at the Invitation Invitatin of a number numberof
of prominent citizens citizensOHIO ctizens ctizensllm citizensOIIJU
OHIO llm MO ItIS It CAME AiII Ul Altai 4li1tEI 4li1tEITegro mlw mlwNlero ED EDISccro
ISccro Nlero Had 111 Deeu Peel Taken Away wa lint Ilt the theMen thelen theHen
Through the Jail JailHiLunono JailhInTsmliOaO
Men len Went ent Jai JaiInujo
HiLunono o Ohio Aug 8 SAt At an al early earlyhour enrlyhour earlyhour
hour Inujo this morning a 0 mob of about 200 200masked oo oomasked
masked men attacked tho county cunty jail jai to tolynch tolynch tolynch
lynch Maynard Hudson luton the negro who is ischarged II IIcharged ischarged
charged with attempting atemptng to assault lult a while whilegirl whie whiegirl whitegirl
girl named Hlndmon Sheriff Shcrlf Elton had hadreceived hadreched hadreceived
received reched an intimation IntmaUon that the mob would wouldlikely wouldlkely wotiltilikely
likely come and took tok the negro out of jail jailto Jai Jaiflulotly jailquietly
lkely quietly cme and went across cuntr country with him himto himto
to flulotly Loeaburg and from there took t him to tojail tojai tojail
jail Leaburl at Chimcotho where wher ho now w wThe II is isrho
jai The ho Chilctho mob was a prepared prllrd to t force fol an ancompelled anentranc anentrance
entrance into the tall with tools They Theycompled Theycompelled
compelled entranc int Deputy i ifor Sier jai hedff Stterfeld Satterfiold to toopen foopen
compled open the jai Jail doer ane and alow allow them to 8arh 8arhfor search searchfor
for Hudson Hud8n Deputy Hattorfleld Hatereld made no nofight nofght notight
knowing that the negro was 8 gone gonein gonein one oneII
in II fght custody cI tdy of the Sheriff Sherif nejIO Policeman PoUcmn Pomicoman Little fittloup Llto Lltoattemptd Littleattempted
attempted to aid the deputy to keep the themob themob
attemptd mob out 01 t the ale jai jail but tle the men plclei picled kop hm hmUI lcba lcbauu
him down the steps bruising bruisinghim
up him UI and throw thrw hi hihtm step briing briinghm
MOYAKI OJW FUflllT FUflllTHail I1IG1ITItani Unl Unlnai
Hail nai to lie II Fl IIalieI 1IAht1 lir l Out 4ut of the Mud MunlExierts MunlExiertsSay IUIIxlltrtl IUIIxlltrtlSa Kxperts KxpertsSay
Say Sa the Test of the Model llotd Wa a a Sue Sueee Sue Suect SueeessSpeetntors
ee ct eessSpeetntors s Spectators peetntorl Unable to totter Vmlerit lndertant totterslaimil
slaimil it tant and the Puzzle lUllleThe luzzleThe The tloclrl odfl Ilanrnffnl IlanrnffnlWIDE Dalasni DalasniWIE IaiimageitVxnn
WIDE WIE WATKR W ATEn Vn Aug 8 8Arer 9After After weeks weekaof weks weksof weeksof
of delay a model of Prof Langleys new newiiiirodromeembody nw nwl newsm
sm l iiiirodromeembody rdromotmbotyln Ing all al the improvements improvementsin Improvlmenta Improvlmentain
in ntirial navigaticn suggested suggete by twenty twentyyears twtnl twtnltal twentyyears
years tal of work by the Inventor was launched launchedfrom Iuchf launchedfrom
from tho houseboat houBboat Buzzard IU7Zr off er Wide WideWaterthia WideWllr WideWatertis
Waterthia Wllr thl morning morig The oBrodromo n8rormo Balled Balledthrough sailedthrough lel lelthrough
through tho air in an al erratic errato course cure and andfell andfel andfell
fell fel into tim water about twohundredyardi twohundredyardifrom two hundm hundred yan yanfrm yards yardsfrom
from frm tho houseboat hOl8eboLt and Imllnk ImllnkCharcs sank sankCharles sankCharles
Charles Charcs II I Manley Prof Langleys Langleyschief Lang leys leyschie ioyechief
chief chie assistant Bltant who has laK been llen In charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the experiments at Wide Water says Iays the thoexperiment theexperiment timeexperiment
experiment was WI an entire success IUCCO All AllI Al AllwIno
I who saw tho flight tght of the airship alrlhlp model moel are arent areat areat
at a lOBs to understand undtltafd Mr Manleya state statement Itat4 statemont ¬
mont mtnt unless unll ho was Wil engaged tngagld in target targetpractice trt targetpractice
practice practce with the aerodrome 18rorome as IU the pro projectile projnclie projoetile ¬
jectile jnclie and the broad hrad sheet fhlt of water OH the thetarget thetlrgel thetarget
target tlrgel To others othel who have been waiting waitingfor
for weeks for the airship allhlll trials to begin beginthe btgln btglnthe begintime
the flight fight of oftla thin miniature miiature aerodrome alrorme to today today today ¬
day was WIS a distinct citnct disappointment disappointmentThis dl ppolltment ppolltmentThil
This Thil is I due dul in some measure meaure to the fact facthat fatt fattJhat facthnt
Jhat hat Prof Langley has hal said that several severalyears Ievral Ievralyer severalyears
years yer ago during curlng his hi experiments exprments at Wide WideWater WideWlter WideWater
Water Wlter a I model motl 1 nfrodromo atroromo sustained sttalned itself itselfin itlcr itlcrin itselfin
in tho air for distances dl tnnc varying vAring from Irommln a amile
mile mln and a half hal to two mllm mllc mil and a half and andthen nndtwn andthen
then twn only olly dropped droppd for lack lac of motive power powerTho pwer pwerThe powerTIme
The flight fght of the aerodrome alrodroro today content contentbe can n bat bathe last
be understood unlleltood by comparison comparlon with wih the tlt sail sailing sai sailing ¬
ing of a 1 playing card crd cast ct from the hand handThe handThe handThe
The vessel YIlel apparently apparenty remained rtmaine in flight flightns fight
ns 11 long aa n the force forc transmitted trwmltl by the thelaunching thelaunchlnp timelaunching
launching launchlnp apparatus appratU lasted Ite and then im immediately 1mmollately ¬
mediately mollately fell ftl into the water waterThe materThe ater aterThe
The aerodrome lirodrome mi was was1 os launched at half halfpast hal haltpast
past plst I 9 oclock The le weather conditions conditionswere conditons conditonswere conditionswere
were just jUlt what the members member of the Langley Langleyexpedition Lnglty Lngltytxpriton Langleyexpedition
expedition txpriton have been lcn waiting for for many manydays monydays runnylays
days There was wal a light lght breeze and the thePotomac IhoPotomac thePotomac
Potomac which is four miles mits across aCTes at atWide atWide atWide
Wide Water wa wai perfectly perltcty smooth Imooth The Themodel Te Temodel Themnudel
model aerodrome aircdrome which is about nbut fifteen fifteenfeet flen flenfeet fifteenfeet
feet long Is If very vcr light lght and was a hoisted hoistedwithout hoitttd hoitttdwithout hoistedwithout
without difficulty from lrm the interior Interor of the thehouse thehoulo thehouse
house houlo boat to its position positon on the launching launchingapparatus launchig launchigapparatus launchingapparatus
apparatus apparatusTho
1 The aerodrome a rocrome rodrorne is il similar limin to those thee with withwhich wth wthwhich Withwhich
which Prof Prf Langley has ha been btn experiment experimenting expriment exprimenting ¬
ing for years year and is I a miniature miniatur repro reproduction rpr reprodimetion ¬
duction dncton of the airship nlrlhlp in which one on of the themembers themembnr themembers
members membnr of the Langley Inglt party will wi soon soonondoavor soonondoaror on onendoior
ondoavor to ascend aSCnd The framework of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the machine is II of forged steel stll made mde aa aalight I aslight
light lght as possible p8hlo consistent cn lllnt with wth strength strengthFour Atrngth AtrngthFour strengthFour
Four silken Riken wings extend Extend from frol the sides sidesThree aidehrl aidesThree
Three hrl propellers plpler two for propulsion propullon and andone andone andone
one for steering stetring are ar driven by an alumi aluminum aluminum alumninunn ¬
num gasolene glFolelt motor The car cr on which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the afirodromo alrdrmo was wla placed pld was forced forcedup tor forcedUI
up against the springs and secured seurd The Thotracks Thetrak Thetrmuks
tracks trak were wer pointed pintd toward tward tho to Mary Maryland Mr Maryland ¬
land shore Tho wings of the tle strange strangecraft ltrge ltrgecraft strangecraft
craft were extended extnded and ad secured Icure and a amoment amoment amoment
moment later lter at a given signal the cylin cylinder cyl cylintier ¬
der pistons pltns were wre released rlead and tho aero aerodrome air ro rodrome ¬
drome drme left lef tho launching lunching tracks traks at the rate rateof rat rateof
of seventy Aventy feet llt a second scnd against the wind windTho windTho windThe
Tho airship did not IOt ascend ascnd butt hut traveling travelingat
at an estimated IstaRtf speed spee of forty miles mie an anhour al anhour
hour hOlr sped away from the houseboat houobot In Ina II IIa iiia
a straight Itmlgb line lne for about 100 10 yards Ylrl Then Thenit
it deflected dtfetOI to the left and downward downwardstriking dowward dowwardItriklng downwardstriking
striking Itriklng the water with wih great grat force torc about about20D abut abutO
20D 20 O yards ArdE from the Buzzard There Ter was a agreat art agreat
great rt splash EJlsh and the rnpidlyrovolvlng rnpidlyrovolvlngpropellers mpldlyryoJng mpldlyryoJngprop rapidlyrevolvingiwoiohtera
propellers prop lh r8 forced the thp machines machlneF nosy nolO down downbeneath donIfICllh down101011th
beneath IfICllh the nurface maflc of tho water The Theairtight To Toaitght TheairtIght
airtight aitght cylinders cylndel attached ataolc to the frame framework framework ¬
work of the machine machie to keep k p it afloat afoat in injust InjUlt injust
just jUlt such an emergency emergenC proved provtd power poweri powerlet powerless
i lees let against apalnst the force of the propellers propellersThe propelBI
The he entire entr flight lght from the th releasing rleaing of the thecylinder thecylnder thecylinder
cylinder cylnder to the sinking sinkig of the adrodromo adrodromolasted arorome aroromeIntc arodromalasted
lasted Intc considerably consiierably less than thln half a 1 minute minuteTho minutt minuteThe
The scientific fhmt e mon on the houseboat houseboatwatched housbat housbatwatched houseboatwatched
watched tho first frst hundred yards of the thevessels thevessels
vessels 1 118 flight Ight with wih pride pridE and td pleasure pleaure but butI butwhen hutwhen
I when the machine maehln deflected detectcd and ad hit the thewater thewater thewater
water they wonted no time tie In words but butyelled butyelld butyelled
yelled yelld to tho captain of the tug D D1 M Key Keywhich Keywhich Keywhich
which has been hll acting actn an al tender to tho thohouHoboat thohou timehouseboat
houseboat hou obont to hasten to the wreck wrck The ThetUK Thetug
i tug was Will lying north of the houseboat houseboathaving hoUbat hoUbathaving houseboathaving
having been bepn stationed ttatoned there just before beforethe bfore bforeIhe beforetime
the airship alrhlp wan WA wa launched launchedIt launchedI
It I wan wlappartnt apparent that that the wings wing and stew stewing Itefr Itefrilg steering ¬
ing ilg apparatus appuraul of tho tarodrome Irodrome had been beenarranged bn bnnrrangll beennirranged
arranged nrrangll with wlth a view to t having Illvlng the tho veesel veeselsail vc vseselsaIl el elala
sail ala a circular circulr course coure and IUII land to the north northof northof
of the houseboat hou ebat and near the tug tR Tho Thoerratic ThoIrrato Thuerratic
Irrato erratic flight ht of tho machine however howeverspoiled howeverpoled howeverspoiled
spoiled poled these thOe plans plans It I took the steam 8ttam tug tuga tlg tlga
a gasolene lolene launch lunch three thre rowboats rowbt I and night nightscientists nightIclontllt eigimtscientists
scientists Iclontllt about abut threequarters thrcquarer of an hour hourto hourto hourto
to find fnd the wrecked wrtckc nrodrome Irorolt and as asmuch 1 asmuch >
much longer to raise rale it to the surface surfaceThe surFao surfaceTime
The airship allhlp when pulled pul61 out of time thnwater thRwaler timewater
water was a forlorn and bedraggled beaJgld look looking louieing louklag ¬
ing wreck wrck Tim grappling grapplng irons Iro had torn torngreat tor torngrunt
great grtat rents in II the silken Alken sails 81h the th delicate delicateHt delcate delcateelcl delicatesteel
Ht elcl steel el framework frmlork was bent bnt and battered batteredand bltfrf lmtterdand
and the whole machine mlchlne was wal covered coen with withmud withloud wit ii iimud
mud where wher the pro propclol ropeIlors > ellore had forced lorcr it ithead I ithead
head hed on into tho soft 10ft riverbed rherho Thu ThuHciontiflo Theclontfo Thuscientific
scientific clontfo mon in il recovering reoerlng the fht wreck wreckhowever wreckhowevlr wreckhowever
however howevlr acted with wih the tle same sme secrecy aeercy
that has characterIzed chmeterlZ1 their movements movementssince movementsIn1 movementssince
since In1 the flying fylng machine machio expedition CXIIltlol came cameto tame tameto caineto
to Wide Water WnterSeveral WalerSeveral WaterSeveral
Several of the mechanics in the party
had nothing to do but manipulate mlnlpulate larty Im Immense Immens innamenso ¬
mense mens squares Sq1111 f of canvas eanv which they drew drewover drewovtr drewover
over ovtr each eah portion of the wrecked weckOJ uerodromo uerodromoRS uiroromo
RS 11 it was dragged cragged from rrm the river to con conpeal conet11 conteal
peal et11 it from the gaze of curious curlotl eyes eyesEnough oyesEnough eyesEnougim
Enough was seen Re by the newspaper nowplpr men mansurrounding menFurroundlng mensurrounding
surrounding the rescue party however to toreveal toreeul toreveal
reveal what had happened hRppn to the air vessel vesselFvery wStel wStelvery vesselEvery
Every very one present prCent who saw FIW the flight flightand fl flightand ht htand
of the aOrodrome thought thoughttho
and the t11 recovery reotry alrocrome thouGhtthe
the test tNt had l 1111 been > e n a a complete corplite failure faiur and andthat andthat antithat
machine been wrecked wreckedMr wreckedMr
that the laohlno had ha bon liadly wrlcktc
Mr Manley Manle at It first trt refused rotufd to make any anystatement anyttemlnt anystatement
statement ttemlnt regarding rlRurdlnp the trial but when whenthe whenthe whentime
the views Inwi of tim tl spectators sptatorl wero expressed expressedto fxpresldto
to him he manifested Ilniflte seine sOle feeling Fllng and anddictated amidlctltod andlictiltOdi
dictated dlctltod the following folowlnK
The fe flight Ight took place at 9111 91 9814 K v The fle ex experiment experiment cxperiniment ¬
periment wns entirely entrely Huceemfnl succl 111 All Al 4 11 data datafor dlltllfor Is t ml mlfor
for which the teat was WI mtde mlde were obtained obtainedThe obt111 obtinmedFtm
The Ftm he equilibrium eulhrium of tho machine was 81 per perfect perrlt perfeet ¬
feet rlt the I lie power adequate Ideuate and ald thn sustaining sustainingrice IUtalnlng IUtalnlngrue
rice of time wings wlngl ample No accident accidentwhtover Ilcddcntwh miccitientwim
whtover wh Iever occurred oeolrred during durin the test to t Al Aluuugli AIIugh Altiimimgii
uuugli Iugh some of the woodwork wodwork of the wings wingsnnd Vlng Vlngld wingsmind
mind ld rudder ruddtr was WIS damaged by tho grappling grapplinghooks grappiinghooks rapplni rapplnihookf
hooks hookf used uII In removing tho aerodrome aerodromefrom aerodromeIrom aercxiromnofrom
from tho dyer rvnr no nl n agential oenlnl part > oftho ofthomachine ot time thomuchlrf timemachine
machine muchlrf was wal damaged domlgo Were another anotherflight aotller aotllerfjht anotherflight
flight fjht r pfred flf > hCI it i could be b made this thmi after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon ¬
noon with the same sme model moel Fight Flght photo photographs phologrph photographs ¬
graphs grph of the aerodrome in flight IGht were ob obtained obWined ohtamed ¬
Wined I can C1 give giveyou aerorome you no ot ollerntormatlon ollerntormatlonat otierintormntlon otierintormntlonat ler information informationnt
at present but shall shal make a report to Sec Secretary Secrelary 8ccretary ¬
retary Langley giving full lul details detailsMr dlnl detailsMr
Mr llr Manley positively Iloeitvly refused rculd to dlscusa dlscusatho dllcut discusethe
the trial trll any further After Afer the aero aerodrome 8rodrome srodrome ¬
drome had ha been In returned to the th house houseboat hOI hOIbot houseboat ¬
the thememljors thememlJrs themembers
boat bot washed wahed and straightened strlghtenlt out
members memlJrs of the expedition with the ex exception excepton oxception ¬
ception of tIme th two erdlton military mllary guards left leftWide Iet IetWiee leftWide
Wide Wator for Washington Wnhlngton where wh rt they theywill theyI theywill
will Wiee I spend spnd Sunday It I la understood undeltod that thatin tht thtIn thatin
in view of tho nature Itum of today toaY1 a test further furthertrials turthertrls furthertrials
trials trls will wi be b made next week wtk prior to tothe tothn tothe
the launching of the big aerodrome arodrome a in inwhich il invhich
which rhlch one of the scientists cent ts will wi oscertl nrt
TOOK OUT t1 A 1 I GIRLS OII1S HEART HEARTPhytilclan 11 IILI llr It ItPhstclans I I II IPI1311lan
Phytilclan PI1311lan Hxamlncd I allrd it I ltFounti Found ount It Norm Normanil Normal Normalani Nornmmland
and ani Then Trn Put It I Hack HackST flackSr I
ST Louis Aug 8 BSurgll 8Surgeons Surgeons at tho City CityHospital Cityhospital
Hospital lo pial today removed tho heart of ofAlma efAlma ofAlma I
Alma Toomoy Tomey a 1 thirteenyearold thlrtenyearold girl girlwho girlwho girlwho
who had been ben stabbed stabbd by I her aged lovor lovorThomM lovorThom loverThomas
Thomas Thom Barnes laid it upon her breast breoatexamined brnt brntexamlnod breastexamined
examined it found it uninjured and nd re replaced r replaced ¬
1lacd placed it It I is said sall to be b the eleventh eleventhoperation eleventhoprton eleventhoperation
operation oprton of the kind in tho annals annal of sur surgery sur surgery surgory ¬
gery geryFearing geryForlng goryFearing
Fearing Forlng that the heart of the girl had been IxenInjured ben benInjured beeninjured
Injured by thei thel knife kne Dr Doyle assisted assistedby Ilsted Ilstedby assistedby
by Dm Dr Riley Riey and IUd dork Oark removed rmoved it with witha wth wthpair
a pair of forceps forps elevated it to view viewand viewand Iew Iewand
and examined examind it for two minutes minut No Noinjury NoInury Noinjury
injury Inury could bo b found and ani the heart was waiput Wi Wiput wasput
put back in its Is place pl with no apparent apparentinjury appartntInju apparentinjury
injury Inju to the patient patientThe patent patentThe patientTime
The operation opt raton was WI accomplished acomplihe by out outting cnltng outting
ting tng through two ribs rih and td pushing pUfhlng the thelung tbelung thelung
lung aside IIte A hole was found in the peri pericardium pericarium pen pencardium ¬
cardium carium made by the themanl timmanmsknifeand mans knife knil and ad after aftercutting nter ntercuting aftercutting
cutting cuting about a I half inch more Revering Reveringseveral coveringseveral oerlnglevlrol
several levlrol minor arteries artorlI the heart was wDsrtllly wDsrtlllyto ready readyto
to come out outDr Olt outDr
Dr Doyle handled haelelj the forceps lorops The Theheart TIleheart Tueheart
heart continued cntinued to pulsate regularly rlgulrly while whileit wllo wlloIt
it was exposed expsd After Afer the heart was wal put putback putbeck i ib3ck
back the arteries arlorlls which hlch had been hten cutwere cutwerebound ctwer eutwerObounmti i ibould
bound bould up upBarnes upDame upBarnes
Barnes was arrested today and Ind is now nowlocked IOW IOW10ckNI 110Wlooked
locked up It I Is feared 1lred that the girl girlwill girlwi girlwill
will wi die ell elllITTmlIW dieIITTSISUl1
1 piTTsiivnu rniiS 111 IAST LtSl I ISI nKT nKTWins IIIr IIIrnn SKri
i Wins nn 1ii K ItI2OOI 2OOI mi 01 Aristocracy Arlit ocrar neracy aunt ala Sajn Sajnlit SI Ma I a alie
lit I Hill 1 ltd ftllrt ftllrtSUIATOOA 11t91Fe 11t91FeSAUAT00A Ire IreSARATOGA
SARATOGA N Y Aug 8 8Pltburg 8PltburgPhi 8Pittsburg 8PittsburgPhil Pittsburg PittsburgPhil
Phil Phi took his hil departure from the turf after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the third race today in which he won wonI
02000 620 on the victory of John E Maddens Maddenafilly MadMnsfly Maddensfilly
I fly filly Aristocracy Mr Smith Smih said after afterthe altPrthe aftertime
the race rac that it was his largest winning In Insixteen InRlxten insixteen
sixteen Rlxten years since ho backed King Cad Cadmus Cadmus Cadnine ¬
mus from 60 6 to 1 to 4 to 1 winning wlnnlni 102000 102000Mr O 02000Mr O
Mr Smith was s one ole of the few who knew knewof kntw kntwof knewof
of Aristocracys ArislorocYf good god work having havlnj wit witnessed witnesscnd t tnesd ¬
nessed nesd a trial over otr the thmetrack track two days cay ago agoin 810 810In agoin
in lU 1l43 The trial of Aristocracy ArstocrlY was wassaid was8ld wassaid
said 8ld to have ha 0 occurred ocur d in the early morning morningvery morningr morningvery
very r few being present prsent outside of the theowner theower theowner
owner ower Mr Smith and the laterfl Illters betting bettingcommissioner bttng bttngclmiloner bettingcommissioner
commissioner commissionerAfter clmiloner clmilonerAter commissionerAfter
After he had taken the time of the trla trlaPittsburg triaPitts tririPittaburg
Pittsburg Pitts burg Phil Phi is wild lid to tohave hlo have turned tured to his hiscommissioner hiscmmlRlouer bi bicommissioner
commissioner cmmlRlouer Jimmie McGlll eG I and nd said saidI saidWI
WI I will wl make mk one more mor killing kilng in the ring ringI rng rngand ringand
I and then thtn I will i really raly get out for good The Theoccasion TheoCMllon Theoccasion
occasion when Aristocracy Aristocracyat
oCMllon came today Artocracy Artocracyat
at the fancy price prc of 25 to 1 defeated defeatd the thecream thecram timecream
cream cram of the twoyearold twoyerld division dlvllon in the therich therch therich
rich rch Saratoga Srtoga Special Spcial After Attr the race ractiPittuburg raC racePittsburg
Pittuburg Pltlburg Phil Phi held an impromptu Imprmptu reception receptionI rcpton rcptonin
I in front of the grand grnd stand where wher his friends friendsflocked trenda trendafockel friendsflocked
flocked fockel to congratulate cngrtulte him upon upn his sue success IUCOI suefleas ¬
cess OI Mr 8lth Smith gavethecredlt cvetlmlt of the thevictory thevlor timevictory
victory vlor to Jockey ONeill ONII ONeill OSoi he hesaid heRld liel4ltid
said Rld knew how to take the path In the thogoing theolnl timegoing
going olnl and come cme home the nearest way wayThat WiY WiYThat wayThat
That was wa all al there was l to it on a track trck like liketodays lke lketoays liketodays
todays and ONeill ONei wa WRI was fortunate enough enoughto
to get et away aWIY in the first ft division divisionMr dlvlllon dlvlllonMr divisionMr
Mr Smith Smih told his Intimate Intmat friends nft after nfhrthe afterthe r rI
I the race rao that he had positively pitvely decided decidedto deldd delddto decidedto
to retire rtr from the turf turt It was hli imi desire desireho d desirehe lre lrehe
he said Ild to give his hmi old friends frlenc the book bookmakers ook ookmakerl bookmakers ¬
makers makerl a reminder of his existence uiteno after afterwhich uftr uftrhleh afterwhich
which hleh he should retire retre nnd end his clays claysfar da8far daysfar
far from the maddening whirl of the betting bettingring bttng bttngIlng bet ting tingring
ring Mr Smiths friends frlenc accepted acpte hi histatement hlst his hisstatement
statement st tement with deference llfl ronc but at the same sametime Mmetme sametime
time tme winked wlnkld the other eye to one on another anotherTiS anothfr anothfrT anotherTEXAi
TiS T 11 AXTIROOSEVKLT t 1ROujEI EI1 lLA lLAThe 11 11Te V VThe
The Te Race Question Qllton Bring Made Me n of liy liyItooarvelti Imyiloosemelti
Itooarvelti 10081 Opponent OpponentDALLAS OPlntltl OPlntltlDLLA8 OpponentsDALLAS
DALLAS Tex Aug 8 8The The movement movementthat moementthat movementthat
that was wai started atated three thro months ago by for former forDiem ¬
Diem 111 Collector Coletor C C Drake in southwest southwestern touthweRt touthweRtern ¬
ern Texas and Lnd in the western central cntral part partof palt paltot partof
of tho State among along Republicans R pubicali to organ organize orgnl organlao ¬
lao lz antlIlooFOvelt anllolewelt clubs Is 11 spreading spreadingDuring fproadlngurlg spreadingDuring
During urlg last lalt week k emissaries eml8rlC have visited visitedthe visit visitthe visitedthe
the larger cities clie of eastern lJ ter Texas Texl includ including IncludIng inducttog ¬
ing Dallas Dall Fort ort Worth nnd Denlson Denln to tomake tomlO tomake
make mlO preliminary pnlmilary arrangements urrngemenll for con concerted ton toncerted concarted ¬
certed action acton before tho time for choosing choosingdelegates choosingdellgatel elmooairmgdelegates
delegates dellgatel to the next National Convention ConventionIt
It is il almost Ilmott a 1 safe elfe prediction predicton to say sy that thatthe Ihatt1 thatthe
the t1 Texas TtxaH Republicans Itpublcaul will wi send lud contest contesting contting contesting ¬
ing delegations delegaton as thf thfY y have ha vo donn coM to nearly nearlyeery neulyeer mmearlyevery
every eer National Convention Convlntou for twenty twentyyears tWlntyelrR twentyyears
years elrR back backTho bk bkTho backrime
Tho most active actve factors in the present presentmovement prelnt prelntmovernt presentmnovenient
movement movernt are C C Drake Drke Dr Ir John Grant Grantand Grantand Grantand
and Major J 1 W Burke It I is 1IIIIWe believed that thatthey Ihatthey thatthey
they have hlve the secret tecret sympathy of Slaw StatoChairman SlawChailman StateChairnmman
Chairman Chailman Lyon and a majority mtjorlY ot the Stat StatCommittee StatoCommltl StateCommittee
Committee Commltl At the conferences thus far farheld farheld farhelti
held it U has hl been IIn determined that the race racequestion rac racquestol racequestion
question questol should bo put to the front as an anopixwing anopPollng anopposing
opposing inmio Ilslo to Koonevelt Rttwelt This Thil woull woullrelult wouldresult would wouldresult
result relult in a 1 revival of time old and strong strolg Lily LilyWhite LUyWhite LilyWhite
White movement in Texas Texs Major J W WBurke WBurke WBurke
Burke In a statement made at Austin Austn to today todlY today ¬
day dlY admitted admited that he had been requested requestedto rlquesteclto
to head htad the aiillUoosovelt altRovelt movement In Inthn intlm liitime
time Stain He Ie e said ail that thot ho had advised advltindthat advbdthat advisedthat
that some aoml ono 01 else eile he > > e selected seleted He Helulcatml Helulcatmlthat indicated indicatedthat izmtiicatetithat
that tho pro proper > er course courte to pursue would woult lie lieto II IIto beto
to organize time clubs Chll then thel hold a State Statemeeting StAtamllting Statemeeting
mllting meeting indorse IndorR Home 111 prominent National NationalItopublican NItonal NItonalJlplbUcnn NationalRepublican
Republican JlplbUcnn statesman stalplman as the choice cbol for forPresident forPn tomPresident
President Pn sldent and ant present prstnt him to the tl White WhiteRepublicans Whltl WhltlRpublcS WhiteJpiibiIctims
Republicans RpublcS of every Opry Southern RoutIm State as the thoproper thl thlproper theproper
proper man mal for them t to support in II selecting selectingdelegates Alectng Alectngdellgales selectingdelegates
delegates dellgales to the National Nntonul convention conventionIHHi conventon conventonmw conventionItHi
IHHi WltKlKS 11iWi 4V V AlTO AlTOMr U11 U11Ir 4fIOMr
Mr Ir ami all Mr Ir K I N Klpiwrly Thrown rhao1 Out Outttf Clt Cltnr Outof
ttf Their Machine ahll In Fairfield 1alr ld Comui ComuiBnnnnmiPORT onn onnBmnoKronT lnn lnnnmnoKPonT
BmnoKronT Conn Aug 8 8A A tramp trampdog tramlcog tramnidog >
dog cog caused an In automobile automobie accident in Fair Fairfield Fairtlhl Fmlrtltylti
field tlhl today reuniting rtlultng In sovero lover Injuries Injuriesto InJurlt injurjestoMr
to toMr Mr Ir and 1111 Mrs E F N Sipperly of WeatRort WeatRortWhile Welt WemitkortWhim ort ortWhl
While Whl passing pLllng through FairfIeld alrtlid in a new newand newmnchln nowmachine
mnchln machine time to dOg rln ran Ghent aheatt 01 the vehicle vehicleand vehicleand
and barked Mr Sipperly Sipprl slackened Ilackened pat patbut pace paceiut
Iut before fore he had a chance to reduce rllluc pc his hisspeed hil hisimpeeti
speed oplpII the dog stumbled Atumhlrc and full Ie I The Themachine TheIlaohnt Iimt Iimtmmmachint
machine Ilaohnt struck Ilruck the dog dol and Mrs Sipperly Sipperlywas Hlpperlywal
was wal thrown out and the nutomobiiu aulomohlo over overturned Qer Qerturrd overturned ¬
turned turrd on top of Mr Sipperly Hlpprl Mm MI Sip Sipperly Rlpperly Sippony ¬
perly wait wai JlclEd picked up unconscious She Shewas SheWI Shewas
was cut and an bruised Ilulsld about Ibolt the body but butno butno butno
WI no bones bonll were broken The IA machine was wnswrecked waswrecked VIS VISwrecked
wrecked wreckedllryan wreckedJran wreckedUr3atm
llryan Jran Itcvealeil netal d Himself ImRel by ills Is Talk TalkKOKOMO TalkIOKOMO TalkKogoMo
KOKOMO Ind Aug 8 8Wihm 8Willicm Wlllism J Bryan Bryanstopped Dran Dranstopp Bryanstop
stopped stop off 01 here yesterday ytstrdny for a low hours hoursbetween hour hoursbetween
between stopp btwen trains tmlnl The Te Nebraskan introduced introducedhimself Introucd IntroucdhlnUlf Introducedhimself
himself hlnUlf to some lome citizens ctzn who for some Ime time timerefused UmereruM timerefused
refused reruM to believe Ielhlve that It was the roth rel W J JBryin JBry JBryn
Bryin Bry Bryn I ii Finally FInaly Mr Bryan Bryn begnn talkin talkinpo talking talkingpollcl talkinpolitics
po pollcl politics I It Ion and then there was W81 no doubt of h hIdentity bI iiidentity
Identity IdentityThe Iltnllty IltnlltyTbe identityIhe
The Krontenne IronlellC llotl Jtt l 1000 101 Island St Lawrence Lavrcnrcniver Lwrence LwrenceRver LawrenceRiver
River Rver N Y Nat Nalie ej greatest resiest summer resort resortOpen rrlo rrloOp resortOpen
Open Op n turouf Ibroulh throuith h Sepwmber Sep ci cii Wmber45r Wmber45rci mbrAd Iruel AUt
Tall of the Machine Ialhile Sillies ldll on CI Slippery SlipperyAsphalt SlpPlr SlpPlrsphalt ShlpperAsphalt
Asphalt and Sweeps SleeJ a Corner CCrnlrDrher CCrnlrDrherJDe CornerDriver CornerDriverMade Driver DriverMade
Made JDe Sharp Turn Trn to o Dodge a Pnihoart Pnihoartlie Iuhear
lie le and the Tlllrruian Tltrilan Are Arrested ArrestedFire Arreatld ArreatldFire ArrestedFire
Fire Truck 4 in making moklng a sudden swerve sworveat swerveat
1 at Fortieth Jorlelh street utret and ad Ninth avenue yestcr yestcrI yeslerday yesterday
I day afternoon aferon swung its is tall tal into a crowd on onI ontho onthe
I the sidewalk killing kiing two persons l > rsons and in injuring InJurig inJuring ¬
juring Jurig ten one 010 of whom will wi 1cmlso also probably probablydie
die Fully Fly a score were wtr knocked down downand dow dowand downammd I
and one or two tWI wero run over Tho acci accident nc ned neddent ¬
dent wuri wla a curious crlou8 one 01 and was due largely largelyto larjcly larjclyto
to the slippery slppery condition conditon of the asphalt aphalt in inFortieth InForteth inFortieth
Fortieth Forteth street streetThe strot strotThe stroctThe
The hook Iok and ladder was 118 on 01 its ls way to a aflre al afire
fire l at J18 West Welt Thirtyninth street which whichdid whichdid wimicimdid
did only oIly about 25 damage damae Its Is station Italon is isat II IIat isat
at Fortyeighth street Irt and Eighth avenue avenueand aenueand avenueamid
and with wth John F Meaney Meaoy driving diving Martin MartinHanan Mortn MortnHalan MartiniBanman
Hanan Halan at limo steering I erlng wheel whol and Lieut LieutRobert LIIt LIItRobert LkutRobert
Robert C Ruckholdt in charge of it I It I went wentdown wentdown wentdown
down Eighth avenue to Fortieth Forteth street treL and andthen andthen andthen
then turned tUled west weAt Fortieth street Itrct was wascrowded WI wascrowded
crowded lrowde with wih pedlers wagons waolS making for forPaddys lorPaddy forPatidys
Paddy Market lIarket in ir Ninth avenue and andDriver andDrhcr acidDriver
Driver Meaney llelncy had a lot of trouble dodg dodging dodglug dodgiimg ¬
lug them tlem Several times lmes he had to almost almostpull almostpul alumostpull
pull pul up on account at ount of the congested congfste con condition conditon condition ¬
dition diton of the streets Itrltf but when about fifty fiftyyards ffy ffyall fiftyyattla
yards all from tho corner corer of Ninth Inth avenuu he liethought hethou hethoujht
thought thou ht he saw fW a good ood opening oJlllng he let out outhit outhla outImi
hit three big strong horses horsesIt hOIII
It wan just us the truck started tarte across acrossNinth ncreSinth acrossNbAim
Ninth avenue Iventl that an excited oxcted pwlltr < ter pushed pushedhis Jt lisimecLliiis h11 h11hm
his vegetable vCletable cart crt outbid out In front of it itMeaney Itlfeaney itMeaney
Meaney lfeaney either eitwr had to run the man down downor
or make a sudden fuddlq turn He made the turn turnover tur turnover
over to the north norn Hide Ilde of the road before beforethe hlor beforetime
the man ot the steering stfrlrv wheel wicel realized alzed what whathe whatho whathe
he was M ftolng Iolng to do If Ilanar Janar had had ha warn warning Wlr warning ¬
ing he might IIhthaIHllllnlzcd huvomlniinizcd havi rtmininliizei tii thtaccdcnt time accident by bycontrolling bycntrolng bycontrolling
controlling cntrolng tho rear end of the truck truck but butho buthe buthe
he had no way cf f foreseeing the move movennd moeand moveand
and the end went into the crowd on the thesidewalk theIldealk thesidewalk
sidewalk Ildealk at the southeast corner cornerMen corer corernn cornerMen
Men nn women and lnl children chldrfn who had been beenattracted hen henatrcted beenattracted
attracted atrcted to totheapot the thE spot by ly the cdiging of the thetrucks thetrcks thetrucks
trucks trcks bell lel were thrown Ihro right and left leftHome Ic1 leftSome
Home fome wore able to get up at once others otherslay olher otimerslay
lay where uvmere her they fell fel Policeman Iolltman Sheehan Sheehansent Shelan Shelanfent Simeehansent
sent fent In an ambulance call cnl and nmhulanrru nmhulanrrufrom nmhulnCfl nnirninocrafrom
from Roosevelt Ho06AvlIt and New York Yorl hospitals hospitalsresponded hORpltaLrespondl hospitaLsresponded
responded respondl The sursc sutcon surgeons ° n attended ntedf about abouttwenty ahouttwenty abouttwenty
twenty persons peronA most of whom were wtro only onlyIIphty emilyslihtiy
uiil i j m ii i i S Sdied
IIphty slihtiy Injure injured Two of the Injured Injureddied Injureddied
died in Roosevelt Ho tplt Itoonitftl ItoonitftlAfter 10Qlitli ItounitsiAfter
After Ater the accident Iucdont Meaney had to dodge dodgean doge dogean
an elevated ple111 rallrord ralroml riar pillar to escape a 1 com completo complete cornpleto
pleto smashup Imahup But Bu he drove drof HCf right on to tothe totho tothe
the fire fr After Ater the fire fr he and Hnnan Innon were werearrested wer werearrested
arrested nrnAtd and later released rlplsld on parole prole br brCoroner by b bCoroner
Coroner Soholer Rholer Truck 4 411 i Is tho large Ilrje true trucin trck trckin truein
in the th Fire Fir Department Dpartment It weighs four fourtons lourtonl fourtons
tons tonl carries crriee a 03foot extension ladder and andis andiR andis
is drawn drwn by three thre horses hores All Al tho firemen firemenand frlmtn frlmtnand firemenand
and citizens citZns who witnessed wltne8ed the accident accidentagreed Icldent Icldentagn accidentagreed
agreed agn > d that it could not be helped helpedFollowing helpedFolowing helpedFollowing
jured jurd Following Folowing i is a list lst of the dead and Ind and in injured Injurd injured ¬
JILL 0111 Oceans OOROI 34 3rars years old t r Janitor Janlor of 248 S Wet WetFortyninth WenForlynlnlh WentVorcyiilnth
Fortyninth str Street t died laKooscvelt InUooHevel Hoipiui Hoipiuia 10pllt of ona
a fractured fracllrf skull ikullKNidKT akll skullKsmaav
1 KNidKT KJlaT HICHAM nUlDAI 0 1 years ar old 3M 3 W West > 81 t Fortieth Fortiethnlre Yorletb YorletbRoeel rortietiltre14died4fl
skull Skil iltre14died4fl nlre K < IM > 4ii Hooncvtlt Roeel Hospital lo ptal of a fracture fractureskull rrlurd rrlurdSkil fractureitull
WUJIAU 49 old oldpiano 014piano oldpiano
IlRRooitn IIRQUln FiutncmcK nRIERICI IIAr year tar
piano dealer d alcrof of 8to West Thirtyninth Tlrlynlnth ntrrrt Alrr l frac fracture frl fraclure ¬
lure of the lh riilit n lt nnn taken to New York Hospital HospitalIIIASB Hospilalluau oplal oplalnun
IIIASB luau MICHAEL ICHL 1 1 cm viceS 20yrara y ars old 71 1 Thomp Thompson Tbom TbomOl Thompcalm ¬
son Ol surest abrasion of the face and 1 aide to 1 New NewYork ew ewYork ewYork
York Hiupluil HiupluillluixcRCHorr tmispltslllLulStInlttIOFF IIIIAI IIIIAIULGRCIorr
lluixcRCHorr ULGRCIorr AHIUIIAU BuRAr iwdler lldler IB yean relr old oldIVI 011 oldIsI
IVI 11 Allen In Mired fracture of the right rrt shoulder onouldarto
to Nrw N York ork lloiiiltal lloiiiltalfionuov loIlal loIlalOORION IloapitalOoRcON
fionuov OORION SIONKT SIDHIT 65 c rears r ars ild fld < 254 2 Wfst Wr 1 Thtrty Thtrtyrlthth Thtrtyrlhll Thirtyclht7m
rlthth rlhll siren Hael abrasion abralol to II Itooievrlt loovrll Hospital HospitalllooNKT losplal losplal1oJn hospitalMONlCY
llooNKT 1oJn Hoorn lorR t sc yenrx t o oP > l Ml Went Thirty Thirtyfourth Thlrlyfourlh Thirtyfourth
fourth street Mlrol injured InJurd about abll the brail to Roust Rooimvelt Rosa Roustett
velt 111 ett Hospital HospitalMCNCU HopllalttNCU HospitalMuses
Muses ttNCU LXWIB Law IS M years ycn old merchant rtcbant IWth IWthstreet t me9thStreet lb lbtr1
street and Hurry IMry plarc scalp wound wfur1 and ant fracture fractureof frclure frclureof
of right rll arm In to Nut Xe York ork IloiplUI IloiplUIOCONNOR foplll foplllOCONNOR Hoipit5iOCooi
OCONNOR IIOSK IIIR a years yta old 011 S4 340 0 Went Wrfl Forty Fortyfifth ForI Fortyflnih
fifth nfh street Itrert Injured shout the fhl heail b all taken home homeside bom8SRSIIN homeSsRCON
SRSIIN EIWARI niDWARI tan old ef efectrtcin ctrlclnof of 343 343Vcst 11
W Vcst I ForynUh Vortyflfth Street t tl InurlM irmJuris 1 to bArk Ino and rlht rlhtsldt rtimt rtimtside
side to Roosevelt noos llnapltnl will wil probably rrObablY die dieClsoKBiNo dieEoRRI dieCiEOIcRitt
ClsoKBiNo EoRRI JoniiH JoIH veIIOpll 10 y yr < ar old ntt SU Wt WeAl t rortlrth rortlrthitrptt fort rnrtieihStreet lb lblc
Street lc I icitlp wound taken tlen home homenonnix homenOnnl humsROIUI1N
nonnix IX v THE TIl P 1 n n nIt nI 0If
It I In Wanhlniton WIhIRlton U I U Why 1 Not In 1 Old OldN Od OdS liii liiiN
N cT C 1 a rnrreaponilent Corrtspnttnt Asks AlkWASHINOTOV AsksVAsuthoToN kl klWAflNOTON
WASHINOTOV WAflNOTON Aug 8 Postmaster PostmostcrOeneral Postrstcr PostrstcrGeneral PostmasterGeneral
General Payne is il seriously considering consideringthe
the advisability dvlabity of summarily summariy dismissing dismissingfrom dlsmilnR dlsmilnRfrom dIsmissingfrom
from the Government Oovernalnt service Irlr Postmaster PostmasterGeorge PostmasterOnorgl PostmasterGeorge
George Onorgl Waxhlngton W hlngtun Bobbin Iohbln of Rocky KockyMountain Roky Rokyfountlln RockyMountain
Mountain fountlln N C C who jumped jumptt into promi prominence premlImco prominience ¬
nence Imco the tht other day dl when In answer alw r to a arequvat arqultt arequest
request rqultt of First Flr t Assistant Atistant Postmaster PostmasterOcncral POltrster POltrsterenerll PostmasterGeneral
General enerll Wynne that he hr name four persona personafor personsfor roM roMfor
for the four subordinate places pLcfln In the Rocky KockyMountain ltcky ltckyMountain RockyMountain
Mountain post Ilo 1 office o f e lie recommended recommendedfour rtcommendtd rtcommendtdfour
four members Tomlrl of his hil family lamiy for tho places placesof pls plsof
of ml assistant postmaster JOltmlWr stamper assistant assistantvtamper aalttant aalttanttaml assistantstamper
vtamper taml > er and clerk clerkThe cerk cerkThe clerkrho
The Postmasterfleiieral sent a I letter leter to toPostmaster toOtmaslor toPostmaster
Postmaster Otmaslor Bobbin Rbbin this thl afternoon afernoon asking askingfor askingfor askingfor
for a I full fullplanatlon explanation of this violation violton of ofI
I ho proprieties proprlells as R Mr lr Payne parro calls clI it itnnd Itand itand
and if his hi reply shown Ihowt that tht nil al the four fourpersons fourprtOl1 fourpersoims
persons prtOl1 named Miil nro members melblr of his linmn linmndiato hnlt hnltclate iinmnmumdiate
diato clate family lamiy it to i very pry probublo that the thapostmaster th thIotm thewill
will be dismissed dismissedFirst dismissedFirst
Iotm postmaster tr wi dlmltd dlmltdFirlt
First Firlt AHsistant A 6IMtllt PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneralWynne PostmlRlerOenelal PostmlRlerOenelalWynu PostnimatuterGeneralWynne
Wynne Wynu whoso who < o official o lcal indorsement Indorelent of Mr Mrllobbins MrnobhlD8 Mritobbinms
llobbins recommendations rcolrenltlonE In the shape slutpoof
of a verse erlo entitled entled When the Itobbms ItobbmsNest Robbll flobbinsNest
Nest Again Agoll hal been printed all al over the thecountry thecountry thecotmnmtry
country received le lwd today by mail mal from an anononymouB ananonylout anttnoimyumous
ononymouB anonylout source 80uro a companion compnion verse veraowhich Yer Yerwhich versewhich
which Mr Wynne says puts PUtl up ulltomethlng ulltomethlngIn Homuthlng Homuthlngin
in the nature nture of an unanswerable ulnsworahln proposi proposition IlfOposllon Imr000sition ¬
tion lon The fht First 11rlt Assistants Alltant quatrain qual rin was wasVe wal wattVc
Ve will wil coll rail nih a halt hal on Ilobbln 10bbln of Limit hl place In old oldN oldC oldA oldN
As A we have lae already ared elsewhere t1 whtr In the feitlve frU KO I 90 0 I IThis III p pThis
This II Ilobbln Iobbhl liu time thr right rllht no doubt to lit I tiefamily his hisfamily hisraml
family familyHut raml familyhut
Hut nUllO to 111 lx llbem them all al In the tlr same old ulclrsl nest li too 10 much muchII muchI muchIt
II I 0 0 0The uThe 1 1Time
The anonymous effusion IIWlon follows followsIf rolows rolowsI
If I you call a 1 halt on Bobbin he will wi show hu you 01 Iti ItiN 11 11N Iiaf
N f U UI 1 1Ily 1fly
fly I well w 1 established ttabl h e usajo U IO of tin frittf CrtWe p o u uIf I PIf
If theyre robuln robbln rubkln In
I rbbin rbbin rubbll II Washington WashingtonC WashingtonWhy WoshlntlOn
1 11 C CWh CWhy
Wh Why nhouldikt Ihoulclt they th r be robbin Jut the Ile tunic me In Innld II IIle liiold
old le V Cr CrMr C CMr CMr
Mr Wynne says y ho feels tel squelched squelchedand ICI lched lchedand
and hasnt any further turthe remarks rorrka to make makePREMnEXrS makeIRIU makeIftISIflEV7S
Mntlier I thr lone hlll ouiee Say uis30 aYI 1enple Sperul Splfl MOM 0 a an aDay atIny
n Day y for Him Iln to Hall Hal About AboutPIAINFIKTD tisoumiPLtTNFIRIp bolt boltPIINFIKID
PIAINFIKTD PIINFIKID N J J If Ag 8 8Mottmer 8MottmerJones Mother MotherJoncK
Jones Jontt accompanied by eighteen eighecn textile textileworkers text textileworkers le leworltcrl
workers worltcrl and tho three thrln children chidren whom site tOioexhibits Ihe Iheexhibits siteexhibits
exhibits In her travels an ni examples exalplts of the theeffects theelecto theeffects
electo effects of child chid labor labr Arrived rrle In il this city cilyat cly clyat cityat
at 3 oclock this tbl afternoon afernoon limo he rank rankand rankand rankand
and file to walked from Ilom Elizabeth Blzabetb to Plain Plainfield Plainfeld Plainfield
field feld but their loader and the children childrencame lhldren lhldrencame childrencanto
came by train This TlloveclnlMotherJone TlloveclnlMotherJoneaddreld Thinuevecing evening Mother MotherJonemu MotherJonemuaddressed Jones Jonesaddressed
addressed addreld 100 E 00 persons on8 on Oi eu tno street streetflho streetRho streetShe
She attacked Ittcked Jr President Prsident Boosevolt Ivolt and andsnid andld andnitl
snid nitl ld that tht while whie ho 10 did not have time to totnlk 10talk totalk
talk tp her his hil Congress CngrB could culd spend JBSfl JBSflof I OSO OSOof
of the peoples poplos money every day so 8 that thatthe thatthe thattime
the yacht yachtAfter yachtMUr President Preldent might money sail si about abut in his steam steamyacht stam stamyacht steamyacht
After MUr the meeting mttng the party boarded bared a atrolley atroley atrolley
trolley troley car cr and departed depred Jary for Itahway Itahwayfrom Rway Rwayfrm llahwayfrom
from frm which whch place plac she will wlleave leave tomorrow tomorrowfor tomorw tomorwlor
for Trenton Trentn whence whenc RIme bo will wl go to Phila Philadelphia Phil Philadelphia ¬
delphia delphi q by boat bt btq
r r It
ExcenU EeftIS Auto Speed tl Limit Lill While hle Takln TaklnAmbnuiailor Taking TakingAnmbmuasaitor
Ambnuiailor lb lSldnr Clioate Cloate to Dlenhfilm Dlenhfilms Dmhflm fllenhsutimi1pcfQt
s 1pcfQt > pt4f cte ctb c Cats niapatclt IJutll la 0 TUB SUK SUKLONDON SUr SUrLONDON SUntLoNDoN I
LONDON Aug 8 SA A summons aummonl has ha been beenIssued bn bnIlued beetmIssued
Issued Ilued against agailst the Duchess D ucht uchess of Marlborough Marlboroughformerly Marlboroughformerly Marlboroughformerly
formerly Coneuelo Con stelo suelo Vnnderblll Vanderbi for exceed exceeding exeldlo exceedtog ¬
tog lo the tie speed sped limit lmit while hUe running a motor motorcar motr motrca motorcar
car ca from Broughton Brughton Castle Caste to Blenheim Blenheimlast BlenheimMonday Blenheimlast
last Monday Sib Sli was wa accompanied acmpanied by byAmbassador byAmbasador byAnmbassador
Ambassador Ambasador Chcate at the time tme she U Ualleged 1 1aleged isalleged
alleged aleged to have broken the law lawWEnttElt lawWEDDW lawWEDDED
rioplni Couple olile Harriett to m Locomotive LocomotiveCab ololol
Cab ab to Oct llarrlctl llarrlctlKNOXVILLE MarrltwiKNOXVILLE 1rrlnl 1rrlnlKNOXVILLE
KNOXVILLE Tenn Tl I Aug Au 8 8W W A Caglll Cagllland Cagl Cagland Cagihiand
and Miss Mi8 SI S A Lyle Lyl an eloping couple ouple from fromthis Iror Irorthl fmcnnthis
this thl city ciy wore er married near Wnlland Waland Station Stationon Staton Statonon
on the Knoxvlllo Knoxvie and and Augusta August Railroad RailroadIn Riroad RiroadIn Railroadin
In the cab of the engine which pulled pulee their theirtrain thlir thlirtrain theirtrain
train They learned learled that tht the fireman Ireman on onthe 01 01the ontime
the engine T H Hodge wa was a Justice Justc of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Peace Pac and thoy asked aked the conductor conductorto conductr conductrt
to t request him to t marry them themSquire themSquir themSquire
Squire Squir Hod 10dge hlodgo go begrimed begrmld with wih dirt at attlmd attired
tired tid in his bl overalls o vllal consented and the theyoung tlf tlfyoung timeyoung
I Ithe
young people pople hastened to the cab when whentho whenthe hen
the train trln stopped toppd and time tl fireman frman spoke spoketho spoketho spokeLimo
tho few words which made them man and andwife ald aldwll andvito
wife wifenASEHAIJ wll vitoIflJIMII
Z Killed Jltd amid lull Hurt lurt IiI at the National Nationalleaffiie Satlnal SatlnalItile Natlotmalieaguie
leaffiie Itile fanie a aumme In II Ihllailelphla IhllailelphlaPnn Ihlactlphla IhlactlphlaPnlDEIPJo lhliadeiphlaPnILtDELPInIA
PnlDEIPJo PnILtDELPInIA Pnn ADEiPiru Atig Alg 8 8Irt Part of the thegrand thograud tImegrmmnmd
grand stand fLnd of the National NatoMI League LAgU l haR base baseball se seball I
ball bl park prk collapsed Cllapd during tho game here herethin imorethis i ithl
thin thl Afternoon altt rnoon and Ind fully fuly 100 10 person prln were werehurt werehurt i ihur
hurt hur and two killed killedA Idlcd IdlcdA
A twentyfivefoot twenty vetoot high brick wall wal went wentdown wentdown wentdown
down downThe downThe downTime
The teams teaml were about to begin the fourth fourthinning Fourthionlng fotmrthinning
inning of the game Play was called caled and andthe andthe andtime
the players playel helped helpd to rescue re cue the injured injuredRid Injudnw
The fe Amalgamated alsalltle Said to Have ae Absorbed Absorbedthe Absorbedthe 180rbtd 180rbtdthe
the Greene ConsolIdated tonmllilatertBOSTON Conoltatfd ConoltatfdBOSTON ConsolIdatedBOSTON
BOSTON Aug 8 SBy By the acquisition aquisiton of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about 70000 700 shares of Greene Consolidated ConsolidatedCopper Consldated ConsldatedCpper ConsolidatedCopper
Copper Cpper stock Ktok it Is I believed bleYId here that the theAmalgamated theAmalgamat theAmalgamated
Amalgamated Amalgamat Copper Company Is now In Incontrol Incontrol letcontrol
control of the former lorer company that practi practically prnt practiahly ¬
cally saly ahly a I union has boon ben accomplished aoomplsh and andthat andthat andthat
that economics eonomlea will wi be b introduced Introuce which whichwill whlcbwi whichwill
will wi materially materialy lower the theeoet cost of production productionThe pructon pructonThe
The transfer trlMler is said sId to have come about aboutbecause abut abutOuso aboutbecause
because Ouso of President Greenes Grenes borrowing borrowingon browing browingon
on his hlE stock from from the Amalgamated Amlgaate people peopleI peoplewho peoplewho
I who later Iter obtained control control H I H Rogers RogersK Rogl
K 1 II I Harriman Harrman and Edwin Hawley are the themon tbemen themen
men who it is said accomplished accomplihed the deal dealSpeaking deal dealSpeaking
Speaking Spaking of the outcome outome a copper man mansaid mn mnIld mansaid
said saidIf Ild
IldI If I the Greene Grone Consolidated COloldated Copper CopperCompany Coppr Copprmpny Coppercorripany
Company mpny coulri get gt its It cost sheets or below blow
7 cents and could culd demonstrate demontrAt tho value valuewith valuewit valuewith
with wit depth It i would bo b a great grat acquisition acquisitionfor auisiton auisitonfor
for tho Amalgamated Aalgma Copper Coppr Company Companyand Compny Compnyand
and could assist A lt to place pla the Amalgamated AmalgamatedCopper Amalgated AmalgatedCppr AmalgamatedCopper
Copper Cppr Company Cmpany in a more mor commanding commandingposition oommandlngpsiton commandingposition
position psiton in il the copper coppr world than it I has ha yet yetoccupied yetocoupiod
occupied occupiedSHE oouple ocoupiodRIlE I Il
Miss I Grelihelm Grtlhflm to Travel About Abolt Explaining ExplainingCivil Eplalnln EplalnlnChl ExplainingCivil
Civil Chl Service HeMI IlulM IlulMWA8HWOTON Inl InlWJ9INOTON fluiriWASIIIFOTON
WA8HWOTON WJ9INOTON Aug 8 8A 8As As a result reut of the therecont thertont therecent
recent rtont disclosures dlclour of violations volaton of the thecivil thec timecivil
civil c vllervice service regulations rgulltoM in moat mot of the thf large largepost largepot largepost
post pot offices ofO of the country cutr the Civil Civi Service ServiceCommission Srvice SrviceComml810n ServiceCommission
Commission detailed Miss Caroline CarolineL
Comml810n today tody dtle MI Crolne CrolneII
L Grelaheim Orelhelm a clerk in the bureau to tomake tomake tomake
make a tour tou of inspection ineplon and act aa aa aaJI0tmllrs a apostmasters almcetmaaters
postmasters JI0tmllrs adviser adviserMiss atIer atIerMls adviserMiss
Miss Mls Qrckhelmti Ore helmt principal prlndpl duty will wi be b to toI toInterprtt tointerpret
civil service to topoat topOt topost
I interpret Interprtt the cvi servic regulations r guaton
post pOt office ofc officials ofcllhln in the big cities citle and to tolead tolell toleati
lead lell misguided migldet and mistaken mitaken postmasters postmastoraback ptmtUM ptmtUMbck postmastersback
back bck into time tl straight and narrow path pathMiss pathl1 pathMiss
Miss l1 Grelaholm Grelhel does dO not think her new newjob newjob newJob
job will wi increase her popularity ppularity in the thevarious thevaroU thevarious
various varoU cities ciie she Ihe will i visit viit hut she Ihe ID I not notworrying notorrylng notworrying
worrying worryingOIFT worryingGirl orrylngGU1
Family 1aOI Treasures Ttutrli TreasuirePresented Presented rt tlttd to time thf lot Inlverilty lotvensity nl nlrlt
verilty rlt Named Xaal After Her ltr Hon HonSAN HOI HOISN SonStN
SAN FiUNcmco FnANcllcO Aug 8 8Just Just before bpforl site siteloft siteleft be belett
loft for her trip IIII around the world Mrs MrsStanford Mrl MrsStanford
Stanford gathered together nearly all al of ofher ofher ofher
her family lal11y valuables aluablla curios curio and nfllcn nfllcnand rtlC rtlCnnd ricsand
and presented Jreented them to tIme Stanford tint University Unlrllty tintversity ¬
versity rllty Museum Muslum The collection COllCtlol is I made madeup madlup nmatteUp
up of articles artcll of olllny many descriptions ctcrlptoll There Thereare Tlwrean Thereare
are engravings onjTlnge valuable porcelain porclain ware wareand warearid MI MIand
and china and ani glass glsswaro glassware warn Silver spoons spoonttof fpoonl fpoonlof
of artistic arhltlo workmanship workmanlhlll of tlw tla tht early con centuries rn rnturl contunes ¬
tunes turl form an interesting Interetng part of the col collection collecton eellection ¬
lection lecton There fhtr are also costly costy Egyptians Kgyptlanand J gyptal gyptaland
and Turkish lurkllh embroideries ehrolcrle Maltese lace lareand lar larand laceand
and some lome beautiful bautful examples examplll of Japanese Japanesehandicraft Japanesehandicraft e ehanlrtt
hanlrtt handicraft and art art1r j jXEW JIJ
XEW IJ 1r PRIMARY nUJll XECESSlttY XECESSlttYVftriUman NICLSSIIt1arttanmaii ECES1LYardamal
VftriUman Yardamal Ilamit 1 t ICnoutli noull Voles utl fur I Ihe IheMississippi he heMlmliwltiiil
Mlmliwltiiil 11 lpfll Governorship GovernorshipJACKSON Gen trlorslll trlorslllJCKSON ernorstiip ernorstiipJAdison
JACKSON JCKSON Miss IM Aug K HWith With one ole or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two counties COa te to hear helr from the Vardainun Vardainunmen
men hero now admit that a I Httcond locold primary primaryfor Jrlmary Jrlmaryfor prirnavyfor
for Governor id II necessary ItC11ry between htlwoen Varda Vardamnn Varea Vareamn arda ardamaim
Yardaman has lead leadof leAdor leadof
maim mn and 111 Critz hal a
of alx about > ut 3000 30 in the State Stat with wih 120 121 electoral electoralvotes ellctoral ellctoralOWI electoralvotes
votes OWI to 108 10 for Crlt rltz 134 are necessary necessaryfor neCA necessaryfor ar
for an election t eotol Tlio ho second primary will wi
11 10 held on 01 Aug 27 27SHAHPKieS 21IUI1IIJr 27i4IltItIEIt
Vthcn len They Tey Hail Wan Wil 0330 All mu 1 Hand HandHere Ulld Ulldftrl handsIere
Here ftrl Warned Against Them ThemThe Tcm Tcmhe TheumiIhio
The he efforts efOs of two gamblers glmllor to fleece fleecefWHseiiKont flec flecrsengl fleecepassengers
passengers rsengl aboard the American liner Ilel Phil Philadelphia Phi Philaltslplmla ¬
adelphia in II yoBtorday e tmly from rrm Southampton Southamptonand Suthamptn Suthamptnalt
and Cherbourg were frustrated trUtrate by Purser PurserH PUlr PUlrH
alt H K I Hlnnloy Hnlley who warned arnld all al handsagainst handsagainstthe hands agaist agaisttl against againstthe
the tl crooks orooknOn orookl crooksOn
On the second ueond day out a passenger lost loatI2SO lot lost25t
I2SO 25t to one of the ta gtimblerH lnllerR Thereafter Thereafternobody Theratr TheratrMbody Tlmereaftnrmebotiy
nobody 11 could loulc be persuaded prudcd to play ply with witlithem wih wihthem withtimeni
them They left the pier Ifr here in haste hastecarrying hutocarryln hasteCa
carrying Ca rrying only hand baggage baggagollouert blgjagt blgjagtlobert baggageIhobort
llouert lobert Goelet Fined FiumetirorFait Ined for Vait ast AtUiiHpeeillnfi AtUiiHpeeillnfiNEWPORT tulle uto HpeetJli Speeding SpeedingNaweonuT
NEWPORT R I Aug 8 IHollrt 8Itobert Roliert Goelet Goeletthe Gelet Geletthe Goeletthe
the lon eon on of Mrs MI Ogden Ojden Ooolet Oollt was wa arrested arrcwtedtliid alr arrestedthis t
this thl morning and al brought before bfore the police policecourt poll pollcourt pohicscourt
court charged cargcd with wih breaking tho ante autcmobll aumtcmobilo aumtcmobilospeed moblln mobllnspend
spend I laws 111 The Tc arrest arrtt was wa not IOt made madein
in pe tho usual uual manner by an officer ofor but butMr hutMr butMr
I Mr Ocelot Golet ww WI notified notfe to appear at the thepolice thepolo thepolice
police polo station at at 9 oclock ocol this tg morning morningThe ornlngle
le lie pleded pleaded gully guilty and Ui as te fIned 1120 1120e 1200 1200The
The e pleaaantMl plelaatNt pathway pathr leading leatnc out of or Into IntoNewYorltli Into IntoNe lateNew
NewYorltli Ne New Yorl York ta vl via tl I udaoa Hirer Day llY Line Music MuilcAdt MusicAde ule uleAdo
Ado AdtThe Aderae
The Te Great Fall Fal River RIvr Line LDO Steamer SI Amer PLYMOUTH PLYMOUTHand
and Steel Twin Tin Screw crew Flyer RICHAHD RIClAnn PECK of oftbe ofthe oftime
the New Haven lnen Line Lne will Wi attend U nd th Ibf the International InternationalYacht Inlrnlona InternatioaalYacht I IIcbl
Yacht Ad Icbl d Baces R commenclni eomrenrlnr A AUI t voih S Se Ste e Adv Advd AdsAd
He le for a Cnmllilatr llldltl who ho Carries Xti XtiAlans XI XIlanl Nostans
Alans lanl Tax TaSlnteln Tagilamiehing ilntchhiR Plan to Block niockHevery moek Block1eucrylirout I ITllk1 I
Hevery 1eucrylirout Grout Talked Tllk1 or If In Case RSI Low LowDoesnt Lw Lwnot iv ivIeesn
Doesnt not It nun Rnnalttr fluln4aumtor Cantor Hers t Sheehan tdheclianSAHATOOA Shplhan ShplhanS SheehanSmnAToos
SAHATOOA S ATOOA Aug AI 8 SThl The city dt ronvpn ronvpnlons conI convermlions
lions lon I which ore nr to noniiuntii lomhttl cnndidfltes cnndidfltesfor rnltnt rnltntfor caudhbntesfor
for Mayor and other officers oncl1 of the miinio miinioil nmnioIpality 1 1Illalty
il Illalty Ipality > ality of New York nn 11f only a little lte morn mornthan Iom Iomtb inuretitan
than tb a month mOlth off ol It I t lane II JIO exegeratloi exegeratloito x gKlratoH gKlratoHto
to Bay IY that tho approaching politico poltlltrS I ntrtg ntrtgI struggb
I gle gb for supremacy suprmIY of the RreiUen Ircrh city on onthe 01 1 1the
the thl American Amorlon continent rontnent will wi be watcher watchndwith wawhll wawhllwill watcherwhim
with will tle keeneot Interest Illeft by LJ my all Al sorts nnd nndconditions 1011 mmmicoimdlthorma
conditions cOlHtOII of pollticiiDpNorthEHtBiwtli pollticiiDpNorthEHtBiwtliand pollclnA politicians Norlb Nort im E st I80tlth I80tlthand South Southand
and West WestIt WestI VestIt
It I lit the opinion of careful olwerveiri olwerveirithat ohr oierveisthat r rtbat
that the result reultof of the contest contet will wi indicate indicateIn Indlctl
In some degree the drift drif of public publc senti sentiment sonUment sntimenu
ment which in turn turnllY may have haf a fearinn fearinnon rfarnlt rfarnlton
on political pllCI conditions condilons in the National Nationalstruggle NaHonrLatrugle Kationmistruggle
struggle next year yer President Prealftnl Roosevelt Rooseveltit Iooseo
it is II known is I most partial Irtal to the thl renom renomI renoniInation I i
I nation of Mayor Low and Senator Snlor Plait Plaitat Pht Philat
at times tie line lal seemed leemf to l give gio support lupporl to tothe Inth tothe
the th Presidents Pdents wishes Ihl On other onca ocnlol orcimsloieu orcimsloieuenetor lon t tPpjirtor
Ppjirtor fIntor Platt hue hl8 quite flule evidently ol lnll Ixvn IxvnHctlcnH 1111 1111ltlfHH I Ilistless
listless ltlfHH and Int iniiifferent huJternt to Mayor Low Lowpolitlcr1 Twpoll Lows Lowsimoliticci
politlcr1 poll r1 future futur Once Ono or twice twlC Mr Putt PlittI Phi Puttlies
hal lies I H ben ben rather outspoken outlpoken In hU hil encourage encouragement encotr eneoumragemont gf gfment ¬
ment that Mr Low Lw should IhOllel accept acctp a I renoi renoiiiiAtion renoi renorj renorjhmntiomm
iiiAtion iuton The Mayor ayor says IIYI he will wi determfim determfimthis cetermdt cetermdtthiA determfliutitle
this matter for himself hlmlel when he returns returnsfrom rturs rtursIrom returnsfrom
from MM hl summer vacation vacationAt vaClon vaClonAt
At intervals Inlerale in Republican Rpublcan circles clrel you youhear Vi Vihear
hear statements ItatCI nts to the effect that the Mayor Mayordoes Mayr MayrdoR Mayordoes
does doR not desire delr a a renornination renomlMton and that thatnt tht thtat I Iat
the last moment he will decide In Inother
at lat wi so decdo 1 1other im imother
other Republican Republcan nooks noks you YOl hear that thatMayor tbll tbllayot tutuMayor
Mayor ayot Low Lw la I eager lalor and even anxious for fora II IIa c ca
a renomlnatlon renominaton that that any report to the theeffect th theftt tImeeffect
effect eftt that ho fears feart defeat Is unworthy of nfcredence ofoence m momodence
credence oence and that he desires dOlirl8 a renomina renomination renomlnl renominatioim
tion tin aa 18 a sort of vindication vindicaton of his hi adminis administration ndmlnl ¬ ti titrmmtion
tration trationAs trmmtionAs
traton tratonAR
As these two widely different dlerent reports come comefrom comIrom coniefmcnn
from the Mayors layor personal p rfonal friends you are arei 1m 1mwelcome arewelcome
i welcome to and take
pay your money your yourchoice yourchoice yourchoice
choice choiceSeveral choiceSeveral i iSveral
Several Sveral weeks wek ago THE SUN quoted quole Sena Senator Sna Snalor Senator ¬
tor Platt as l saying sayingSometimes taylng taylngW sayingSomotimes
W Sometimes Sometmol I think the entire entre fusion ticket ticketmay tckot tckotmoy ticketmay
may moy be b renomlnated renomlnatel with the possible ex exception excepton ¬ i iception
ception cepton of Mr Cantor Cntr President of the theBorough theBorouKh f fBorough
Borough of Manhattan ManhattanSenator ManhattanSlator ManhattanSenator
Senator Slator Platt said several days later that thathis tht thatlila
i his utterances had been ben misunderstood misunderstoodas mleundertood
as 1 to Mr Cantor CantorMr CantorMr CantorMr
Mr Cantor Cntor arrived aive ere today after aftermaking ater atermaking aftermaking
making it known know in New York city that thatunder thattnder thatunder
under tnder no circumstances clrcmtac would he accept accpt a alenomlnatlon aIenomlaton arenomination
lenomlnatlon Ienomlaton aa a President Preldent of the Borough Boroughof Brough U Uof
of Manhattan IhaUan Mr M Cantor Ctor had a long talk talkwith talkwih talkwith
with wih John C Sheehan Sheehanleder leader of the Greater GreaterXew Greter GreterNew s sNew
New York Democracy Demor and then said he hemight hemigt hemight
might issue tue a upeciflo 6pcifo statement ttment next noxtw zioxtweek zioxtweekMr week weekMr k kM
migt Mr M Sheehan Beeh has h been bn here several severaweio severaweiowIth weekwith week weekswith
with his hi family He is 1 stopping at the theUnited theUnlt theUnited
United Unlt d States atl while whil the Wigwam Wiga and andBrooklyn antiI I IBrooklyn
I Brooklyn Broklyn Democrats Demoats remain remn loyal to their theiroldtime theiroldtme theiroldtime
oldtme oldtime neat net the Grand Union Many Manyof lny
of Mr Sheehans Shehans old friends frIend in Tammany Tammanyand TRmn TRmnand
and in the Kings Kng county cunty oganizatlon ognlzton have havevisited hnt havevisited
visited him and talked serious politic politicwith polithawith
with him himMr himMr
Mr Sheehan as a talker for newspapers Is Isa isa
a nonproducer except when ho feels it itnecessary Icnecessary
necessary to praise bin organization Athe A F Fthe
the leader of the Greater New York YorkDemocracy YorkDemocracy
Democracy he has told for several week weekpast weeksP3t
past his oldtime political friends In Tam Tammany Tarnmany ¬
many and in Kings that under no ciremn ciremnxtances t tstances
stances would he consent to the rcnomlna rcnomlnation rononmimmalion
lion of Mr Cantor for President of Manhunt Manhattan Manhunttan
tan Borough by the fusionists ftiKionistsIt
It IB true that Mr Sheehan and Mr Can Cantor Cmibr ¬ i
tor were outwardly friendly in their tall talltoday talltoday
today but the fact remains that Mr MrBheehan MiSheelman
Bheehan has caused it to be made known knownthrough knmowjmthmnouglm
through by byimidirect Indirect channels cmannelathat that he hewouid hewouidoppose would wouldoppose
oppose vigorously and effectually Mr MrCantors MiCantors
Cantors renomination as Borough Presi President Piosident ¬
dent of Manhattan ManhattanTlie
The complaint registered against Presi President President ¬
dent Cantor is It that he cither too quickly quicklyforgot quicklyforgot
forgot or too seriously neglected to accept accepttho acceptthe
the suggestions of Mr Sheehan in the dix dixtrihutlon distrihutlon
trihutlon of limo patronage of his oflloe oflloeWth ofIlcoVltim
Wth the Republican Hit nation as to toMayor toMayor
Mayor Low given as carefully and sue sueclnctiy uc uccinctly
cinctly as possible it is a duty to record recordfor recordfor
for political readers readers the I lie vltuution In the theDemocratic timeDemocratic
Democratic camp For a decade and andmore antiI
I more Democrats have gathered in Sara Saratoga Sarmutoga ¬
toga to tociisctmtm discuss tlidir political affairs They Theyusually Time Timeusually
usually flock her Imerum during the month or orAugust ofAumgmmst
August Saratoga has come to bo known knownaa
aa time summer home of the Democrats DemocratsThey DenmocnatsTlmey
They coins not only omml from room New York YorkStaU i iState
State but from many other States StntesIt
It may Im wild in passing that under underSenator underSenator
Senator Plat Plmitts IM leadership mo moat t of the theRepublican theitepublinan
Republican Governors have been nominated nominatedat
at Saratoga SaratogaMortoem Morton Black Roosevelt and andUdull amidOdoll
Udull Warner Miller nominated himself himselfhere imimselthere
here in 1888 and lost and Senator Platt in in1MI1
1MI1 nominated Fuswott at Rochester and andlost aumdlost
lost Flower in 18U1 was nominated here herennd lmereaimd
nnd won while Hill was nominated her herin Itemtmiii
in 1894 and was beaten prodigiously prodigiouslyAugUHtun prodigiouslyAugustus
Augustus Van Wyck in 1888 was nomi nominated nonmlnisted ¬
nated nt Syracuse and lost Many poll pollticlaiiH poiiticians
ticlaiiH and their friends would like to have haven
n national convention held in this village villageone 1 1one
one of the beautiful garden spots of thins tlwUmpire thinsEnipire
Umpire Stale StaleWell StateWell
Well as to tim Democratic situation for forMayor forMayor
Mayor of New York city in the approaching approachingstruggle r rstruggle
struggle To start with it may be said saidwithotmt ald aldwithout
without possibility of denial that Leader Leaderdiaries LoaderCharles
diaries F Murphy of Tammany has caused causedto
to be announced broadcast for him here heretheso herethese
these exact words wordsI
I am am committed to no Democrat aa the thecandidate thecandidate
candidate of time Democrats for Mayor of ofNew ofNew
New York city next fall This cannot cannotbe cannotbe
be too positively stated for mo moAll t tAll
All along it has been staid that Mr MrMurphy MrMurphyis Murphy Murphyis
is keen for the nomination of Representa Representative ¬
Live George B McClelinn for Mayor Col ColMcClollun I IMcCloiiamm
McClollun Is a neighbor of Mr Murphy in intlio t ttime
time Eighteenth Assembly district and they theyhavo theyhave
have l lxan > ecn the warmest friends This Thisfriendship Thisfriendship
friendship continues and will not be broken brokeneven brokeimeven
even If Mr McCltllan is not nominated for forMayor forMayor
Mayor by time Democratic convention conventionIndeed conventionIncked
Indeed Col McClollan through his hisfriendn lilafiends
fiends has canned It to lx > mode known knowntlmt knownI
I that by no word or orstep step would he embarrass embarrassthe T Tthe
the man who has been his friend as thu thuloader Iliumt
t loader of his home district and who for n nyear ayear
year has borne time responsibilities of leader leadership leadershIp ¬
ship In Tammany HalLOmmo Hall HallOno
Ono of Mr Murphys closest friends sml smladvisers ncI ncIadvisems
advisers said to TUB Hun correspondent correspondentMr
Mr McClellar will not bo nominated for forMayor tonMayor
Mayor I any this with the kindest regard regardfor regardfor
for Mr McCIellan but you are perfectly perfectlysafe perfectlysafe
safe in announcing that ho wil not b bnominated be benominated
nominated Mr Murphy is listening at attentively attoimtively ¬
tentively to the suggestion of Democrats Docrats DocratsI
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