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I 16 1t THE L1NrUISDiW MAY 10 9O4 J I
LITE1ERMONON COPPER COPPERSv
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l ISewiMmry r peery JIIIry lob flb In Calvary Church Which Wlilohtlio
tlio ftrlpturm Nc Neatly lly Helped Out OutWt UlltNt OutNt
Nt Iiul I u riuiBMtetl Pallor Al Adlltld Adlltldet Aiptcliud tr l lnnrt
iud et the U Com C relation Took the Hint HintTJmrRov IIIntl1i hintI1
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TJmrRov l1i I1 o1toY v Dr Oharlw It Ooodoll pastor pastorof
of ofCH Carvary varyMotbodlRt Motbodlst Episcopal Church Churchliopca Churchhopc8 I IhapCtl
liopca that Calvary box at last been do tlollvered do1hrcdtrom I
llvered 1hrcdtrom from a pluguo of coppers calIperstho tho colrw colrwrot coll11lnotthopollco cotni4tiot
rot notthopollco the police Tho Roy to C Howard Taylor TaylorIhoaBslHtant Taylortho TaylorIhduialstiuit
IhoaBslHtant tho M8lHwnt pastor also thinks thu copper copperperil copperJlerll copporPeril
peril Is over overFormica ovorrennles overJcnnIcs3
Formica aro all well onou enough h In their way waySmall wayt3nitill waySmall
Small contributions c are never unwelcome unwolcomonnd unwolcomeRndtho unwelcomenndthoivldowM
nnd Rndtho nndthoivldowM ihoSvldowa ldowlI mite U l not to be sneered sneerednt
nt jn In Calvary but when It comes to a col colloot colIrct1on cotectiou
loot Irct1on ectiou Ion of 1700 coppors on one Sunday
1200 200 on another Sunday and hundreds hundredsinoro hundredsIOorc hnndredmore
more at other nervlcon tho situation do demand doOland doniandtt ¬
mand action Tho mild mannered unborn unbornvpm utihCl1lwrrfl uthonwpro
vpm wrrfl utloring complaint bocaiwo 1 > oc411140 ot their theirburtfofiH theirbUrOO1R theirburd
burtfofiH burd iM of copper and worse yet y < t tho cop copTory copi coppery
i tho thochurchsfinancial thochllr thochur
Tory IoryCJelugo delugo van seriously menacing
churchsfinancial chllr h ht I flrmncial comfort comfortDr
Dr Ooodell and hi hut atwUtant puzzled puzzledover JlJ7zl JlJ7zlolor puzzledover
over It for a few f < wieks hut they couldnt couldntfind couldntj t tj
j find a way wI1yuntllla8t until laHt Sunday night when hen Dr DrOoodotl DrOoOdoll Drloodohl
Ooodotl hod an Inspiration iru < pltlttloll While ho was wasreading WMI wa wareading
I reading the scripture lesson for the service fervicohis servicehi enlcohi
his hi neriounness > IR departed a little bit An Anidea AnIriM Anidea
idea struck him himIshould himI himIshould
Ishould I like to placo before r you ° thl thlvlmln thbt thbtevening lls llsevening
evening vlmln aaothor Scripture lesson said Dr DrOoodell DrOoodfll Drloodell
Ooodell His broad smile made the con congregation canprfgation congregation ¬
gregation wonder what wa WM coming comingThis comingThlli comingThIt
This Is from second Timothy fourth fourthchapter fourthchapter fourthchapter
chapter fourteenth fourte < nth verso Alexander tho thocoppersmith thoE thedid
E coppersmith did mo much evil evilIt ovllIt evilIt
It took about I a half mlnuto for tho point pointcf
i cf If the Joke to sink in Then there was wa a alittle alittle alittle
little ripplo of laughter followed by a roar roarthat roarthat roarthat
that shook tho church churchNow churchNow churchNow
Now I have observed the very remark remarkdblB renlOllcIIblll remarkRblet
dblB plethora of copper coins In our col colInctlonH coli colloctions
i InctlonH added tho pastor PM tor Sly own ownopinion ownopinion ownopinion
opinion Is ii that it would bo far kinder to tothe totho tothe
the newsboys you deal with Ith to save your yourpennies yourpeimle yourt
t pennies for them and not make the poor poorlittle poorlittlE poorlittle
little follows chaugo a larger coin every everyllmo ovcryUmo everytime
time you buy a paper paperThen paperThen
1 Then very gravely ho went on with the thefiorvico thet theservice
t service When en tho collection was taken takenup takenlip takenup
up there was a noticeable shrinkage in incopper incopper
4 copper copperWhere oopper copperI
1 Where Wb ere all the pennies came from that thatgot thatRot thatgot
I got to Calvary nobody seems to know knowAnyway knowAnywaylhe knowAnyway
Anyway Anywaylhe the pastor and his assistant were weredlstiwitly werodtIntly
4 1 dlstiwitly dis IMtly opposed to the Idea Id < II of tho church churchmemhers churchmomhors churchmembers
members getting Into the habit of saving savingtheir salngthmr savingtheIr
their coppers for the collections Other Otherwise OtherIi Otherwis
Ii wise wlsoahary Cahrary would have a hard time rais raisingI raisI ratsJ ¬
I ingI IngUlW1Othla ingUiWtO iono this year as It did laat laatLEAVES laati lastLEAVES
i J LEAVES 107300 TO CJUAR1TY OnWITj
j
14 Institutions Benefit by b Solomon Lotbi LotbiHillIlls Lotb LotbWIJIJlII Loebr
r
HillIlls Millions Divided DividedSolomon DhldedSolomon IiyidedSolomon
Solomon Loeb formerly of Kuhn Loob LoobCou Loobl
l Ct to Cou cc bankers who died on Deo 12 be bequeathed bar bequcatbed ¬
r queathed 107500 to charitable ch rlwblo and educa educational educationat ¬
J tional tloDailnstitutlous institutions principally Hebrew HebrewHis Hebrewt Hebrewlie
t His HI wjll executed on Nov 25 1902 was filed filedfor filedtot filedfoP
for probate robatoyesterday yesterday by Parsons Clos Closfion Clost Cbsson
ron A k Mcllvalno attorneys for the eaecu eaecutors executors ecu ecutars
t tors who aro the testators sons Morris Morrisand MorrisI
I J and Jamea Loeb Jacob H Schiff Isaao IsaacN
2 v Y N NSelignian Sellgnian and Paul M Warburg WarburgThe Warburgt WarburgThe
t The estate Is l valued only as over 8100000 8100000in 100000 100000in
in personal personi and over 1100000 in real ra prop property propcrty property ¬
erty The charitable bequests OOque > ta are areMonteflore arelonteftore areMontsore
Monteflore Home 110000 10000 Mount Sinai BlnalHebrew SinaiHOlIpltal Sinaiilospitat
HOlIpltal 110000 Hebrew technical InRtI InRtItllto InstitutOr
tllto tutOr 10000 Educational Alliance 110000 1100001Ibr iOo00 iOo00liebrew
Hebrew 1Ibr w llenevolent and Orphan Asylum AnylumHociety Mylumfioclety AsylumSociety
Society 10000 New oie York University as a afund aIlInd ahind
fund for the support of the chemical labora laboratory laboratory bora boratory ¬
tory 10000 Home for Aged and Infirm InfirmHebrews InfirmHebrews IntlrmHebrews
Hebrews 15000 5000 American Museum of Natu Natural Natural ¬ i
j ral History 5000 SiiniUrluui for Hebrew HebrewClUIdrcn JlebmwCl lebrewChildren
Children Cl ldren1 5000 5 000 Society for Prevention of ofHospital I
Cruelt Cruelty > to Children 2600 General Memorlul MemorluloHPllal
Hospital 12600 500 trustees of Hebrew Charities Charltle8ulldlng
Building 12500 2600 the same 110000 10000 to form a afederation aIund alund
lund the income or whlcn which Is to be paid 10
the United Dlted Hebrew Charltiesl Charities or to any future
federation of Hebrew charities charlt ell In thin city eltyThe cityThe cityThe
The Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati gets
85000 5000 and tho Jewish Hospital of Worms WormsHesse WormsHesse
Hesse 11 a similar amount The will also alsogives a o oelves
gives ivc 11000 1000 to each of Mr Loebs servants servantswho 8ervantswho servantswho
who shall have been in his employ ten years yearsat yC3Ilat yearsI
I at athis his death ISOO 500 00 to each who wholins has been beenwith beenwIth beenwith
with him more than five years and under
ten ienand and 12W 250 to each who has been less than thanfiveyears tIIanfivo thanfive
fiveyears fiveyearsMr five years yearsMr yearsMr
Mr Lochs oil paintings of which he
had a I valuable collection are divided dividedwjually dividedequally I Iually
equally ually between his five children His son i
James may take either or both the house houseat houseat houseRt
at 37 East Thirtyeighth street and the thotable theIIwble thestable
table at 153 East Thirtyeighth street streetwith streetl streetwith
with ith all their contents these to bo charged chargedagainst chargooagainst chargedagainst
against his share of the residuary estate estatethe estatethe <
the house at 125000 and tho stable at a
25000 125000SUDBet 825000Sunset 25000Sunset
Sunset Hill Mr Loebs summer homo homoat homoI homeatShrowsbury
I at Shrewsbury N J in which his daugh daughter daughtsr ¬
ter Mrs Jacob H Schiff owns a half in interest intorest interest ¬
terest is i to be maintained main wined BB a summer summerresidence fummerretlidence summerresidence
residence for all his children who may mayohooee mayrhooee mayehoose
ohooee to occupy it Should his half of the theestate thef8lato theestate
estate be sold his daughter is to have the theThe tbeop theoption
op option Lion of purcha purchasing ing It at the market price priceThetcswtor8 priceThe
The Thetcswtor8 testators interest in the KuhnLoob KuhnLoobskyscraper KuhnLoebIIkICraper KuhnLoolskyscraper
skyscraper being bebn erected < l at Pine and Wil William Wit11am ¬
liam streets title to which stands in the thnname 11mname thename
name of Jacob H Schiff is divided equally
between his son James and his daughter
Thereae Th r so Schiff and Nina J Warburg
Other bequests are two of 17500 7500 each one oneto oneto oneto
to a grandniece Alice Gernaheim and the theother thoother theother
other to David Stern 9n in recognition of
his great and lifelong devotion to his father
The residuary estate is divided equally equallyamong equallyamong equallyamong
among the five children childrenProf childrenProf childrenProf
Prof Morris Loeb of New York Uni University lTnlvemit Unvere1t ¬
versity vemit and Mrs Isaac N Sellgman do not notshare notshare notshare
share their fathers interest in the new newbuilding neowbuilding newbuilding
building because they have no interest In the
banking firm while hllo the three threeotbere4hare threeotbere4hareTflUSTEES others othershavo othershavoTRUSTEES have haveTRUSTEES
TRUSTEES maUTLY SUSPENDED SUSPENDEDPrrrtjytery SUSPENDEDIrNJ1ery SUSPENDEDJrMbtery
Prrrtjytery Sustains the Scuba of West Wettminster Westnilnster est estmln
minster mln ter Church ChurchThe ChurchThe hurehThe
The Presbytery of New York unani unanlmous1yBustalned unanimousty unanimously ¬
mously mous1yBustalned sustained the session of the West Westminster Westmln Westmln ¬
minster mln JlerPiedbytorian ter Presbyterian Chyroh h yesterday yesterdayin ye terday terdayIn
in suspending from membership Trustees TrusteesWalter TrusteesWalter TrusteesWalter
Walter Findlay and James Johnston A Aspecial Aspecial Aspecial
special judicial committee was named namedby namedby namedby
by tho moderator the Rev Dr Anthony AntbonyI
I HI H Evans to yiresh hr hrcsh < sh the matter out and andppnut andpllnt andspent
spent two hours at It ItJTrustee It1II1IOO it1uMaJ
1uMaJ JTrustee J Johnstons appeal was thrown thrownFlndlayB throwno1l1 thrownit
o1l1 > tb grlPd that It had been filed filedaftlreliijal
aftlreliijal the legal time had expired Trustee
FlndlayB complaint was not entertained entertainedas
as II not being in order Both men will re ¬
main under suspension until the session sessionw ICtIslonlEAA sessionsees
w sees < w fit to restore them them themr
r Th The Presbytery PfOb1erY also alsoconsideirjcj considered the case
of Amos H Dushaw tho Union Seminary
student whoso application for a license
to prnach p b was ruled out last month It
was 18 decided that he must mustliave have the approval
of ofnle the session of his church With this
i ln lila request requcetwill will come comeupagain up again next month monthQmmlttco
A committee was named to consist of ofRobert
time Re Rev DI Dra A H Evans George Alex AJexnnder Alextinder
tinder W R Richards D O Wylie ylbe and
Robert Mackenzie to devise a plan to avoid avoidliny avoidnnysuch avoidany
any nnysuch such further difficulty difficultyWHILE dlnlcultyWl1nE
I I WHILE THE RE LADY 4Ii SLEPT
1 1lifT
HOT 1HOT Jrmrlry Vanished and s Neighbor NeighborCOM
Goes to Elmira ElmlrmMorton ElmiraMorton ElmiraMorton
i
Morton S Schoen a a talesman living at at230west
230 230west West Fortythird1 street wa was sent to
1 the Elmira Reformatory yesterday by
Judge McMahon in the General Sessions Sessionsfor Sce lona lonafor
for stealing 1100 worth of ofjewelry jewelry from fromundpr fromudpr fromuider
undpr udpr the pillow of f Madeline Martinez Martinezof
or the same address on April 7 He testi testijury teEllId
fled Id that Sh he 0 g gave ave him the Afril jewelry to pawn
Uf1 did pawn Inn It Mi Miss 1 Martinez told tile
jury jum that she had never bad anything at
all to do with Schoen and that ho entered enteredMractcd
bier room while she WM asleep and ab abe
Mractcd the jewelry JewelryI jewelryfjL
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HOOK MUUXTAIX < MYSTKnY MYSTKnYBody MITIWYnod M YSTEnYflody
f
Body nod of a Man Found aiuht In n 1 Tree TreeHlxly TreeHIt TrIOSlaty
Hlxly HIt Feet I eet Urlow the Edge I dlle of n 1 Clllf ClllfNTAOK t1trrN1ACK cuirNYACIC
NTAOK Muy O gLUook Hook Mountain ountnln throo throomllon throomllOil threemIles
mIles north of Nyook lien a mystery mysterywhich rnYlltorrwhloh mystorywhich
which will porhapH never bo unmyollcd unmyollcdThreo unloUcd111rCO unriyoliodThree
Three young men Harold Ilodoll William WilliamStem WllIhun8tol1l WilliamStern
Stem and William Garrison an thoy worn wornreturning wor6rolurnlll wererettirnhmig
returning rolurnlll from a stroll over Hook Moun Mountain MoulItaln Motiritam ¬
tain tam early last uvnnlrig ajong a path near neartho nrMtho ricartbio
tho edge of a cliff which risen over JIOvcn peveiihundred JIOvcnhUOlI woven wovenhundred
hundred hUOlI < I feet abovotho above tho river woronthrtled woronthrtledtoHeo worot4t1 were stiLrtled stiLrtledto rlled rlledtOHeoaboutBlxlteotbeJow
toHeo tOHeoaboutBlxlteotbeJow to see about sixty feet below them the body bodyof
of a man hanging over tho trunk of u small smalltree 11lI1al1tree matltree
tree After lingering for a moment or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two tho young men hastened down to thin thinvillage thlllvillage thisvillage
village and notified Coroner Dittlg DittlgTho Dlttigfhu l3IUIgThu
Tho Coroner wcurcd KIourc < J an undertaker and andthree Ilndthroe andthree
three or four young men and tho party partydrove partydrolo partydrove
drove back to tho mountain Tho night nightbeing nightbolng nightbeing
being dark the ascent was not only difficult difficultbut difficultbut dImcultbut
but full of danger When once upon the themountain themountain themountain
mountain thoy woro ata loss how to get gotdown getdown getdown
down to tho body Finally with tho aid aidof aidof aidof
of rope tho Coroner and two young oungmon oungmonmade mom inonmade momnutdo
made the descent and thoy say that no nomoney noIIIOIIOY nonioncy
money would tempt them to tako such a aperilous uporllous aperilous
perilous trip again By y tho combined efforts effortsof
of the three a ropo was fastened to the dead deadbody deadbod deadbody
body bod which was afterward hauled up to totho tothe
tho top of the mountain from which placo placoIt
It had to bocarried bo carried through the woods woodsabout woodsabout
about two mIles to whoro tho undertaker undertakerhod
had loft his wagon wagonIt
It was nearly midnight when the party partycame partycaro partycaine
came caro down the mountain moun lain rotid rOd with this thisheavy tl thisheavy
heavy load lod An examination cJlninaton of tho body bodyshowed bodyfhowl bodyshowed
showed fhowl < I that the man had been ben dead ded a along IIlong along
long time probably since late last hUt fall fallas fal fallas
as II tho fie fh flesi was WII all al off of his face fao He was wasneatly WU WUnlatly wasneatly
neatly nlatly droned drCReu with a dark serge coat coatblack cot cotblack coatblack
black trousers trolsol a black and Ind white whie striped stripedshirt StrIpC1shirt < l lshirt
shirt and a pair 11Iir of fine tno shoes sho There hero was wasnothing W Wnothing wasnothIng
nothing about the body by which it could couldbo couldb couldbe
bo b identified Idlntll < The 1ho pockets pokel were empty emptyand emptyann emptyand
and one of them was turned tured inaldo out outThowo outThOo outThose
Those ThOo who have examined < l tho ground groundtoday groundtOday
today any it is IllmpO Impossible ihlo that the man fell fellaccidentally fel feltaccidentally
accidentally accidenwly to tho place where the the body bodywas bod bodWU bodywas
was WU found and it ia it generally genoral believed beloved that thathe thatho thathe
he had been bn murdered and then thrown thrownoff thrownoff
off 01 the cliff elr Had ho not caught In the tree treewhich tro trowhich treewhich
which probably held him all al through tlrongh tho tholong tholong thelong
long cold winter wIn IeI ho h hevould vould have hay gone down
200 2 or 300 3 feet further furth furtherand < randwould and would never nver havo havobeen havoben havebeen
been ben found Many Mlny parties from Xew XewYork XewYork NewYork
York and Brooklyn visited Hook Mountain Mountainlast MountaInlast
I IIntlt
last fall fal ns ao It is II one of the most popular popularresorts popularresorts I Inorts
resorts along the river for rambling ramblng over overand overnd
and nd It Is possible pOslble that the dead man may mayhavo mayhave I Ibavo
have been bn one of a party of that kind kindMItS I
31 MIlS US LADEXBURO 1HJ BUIG IfVS IfVSNot t irivsJot S SNot
Not Jot n Cent Clnt for Grooni rooni roon Who 10 Says Sa Very VerySweet err errSwet cryt4weet
Sweet Swet Mare Jlare Kicked Him HimMrs 111 1111rs himMrs
Mrs 1rs Emily Emiy S Ladenburg Ldenbllrg tho noted notedhorsewoman not notedhorsewoman
horsewoman horsewomn looked looke as happy as if I one oneof onoof oneof
of her horses hOfe had just won another blue blueribbon bluoribbon blueribbon
ribbon when the jury in the Supreme Court Courtbefore COlrt COlrtbcoro Courtbefore
before bcoro Justice Jutce Clarke gave a verdict yes yesterday y yesterday < s sterday ¬
terday in her lr favor Inthe In the suit brought broughtagainst hro broughtagainst ught ughtagalnat
against her by James Jlme OGara a I former formergroom formergroom formergroom
groom who ho said Bid that her saddle Iddle horse horseNannetto horsolannoto horseNannetto
Nannetto lannoto had kicked him and trampled trampledon
on biB chest chet one day in August 1900 10 when whenhe whenhe hen henhe
he was W holding the mares marcl head while whileMrs whie whieMr whileMrs
Mrs Mr Ladenlmrg Ldenburg mounted her from a abroken abroken abroken
broken backed backe kitchen Idtoh < n chair OGara OGarawanted OOara OOarawanle OOarawanted
wanted wanle 115000 15000 andsot uj up > that his hL Injuries Injurieshad Ijnrle8 Ijnrle8had Injurieshad
had brought on epileptic epieptic fits tts The jury jurygave jurygave jurygave
gave him him just nothing at all allThe allThe allThe
The trial which lasted several soverl days daysbore daysbre daysbore
bore bre much on Ole question qUCtlon as to whether whetherNannetto whetherNannette hetherNannote
Nannetto Nannote was really realy vicious or merely merelyhlghstnuig merlyhlghtrg merelyhighatrung
hlghstnuig hlghtrg OGara said she was U vicious viciousMrs vlcol viciousMrs
Mrs Ladenburg Ldenburg took the opposite opp08lt view viewand viewand viewand
and blamed the groom grm for negligence negligenceW neglgenco neglgencoW
W v Scott Bcot Cameron of Hempstead Hempstad testi testified tRt testlfled ¬
fled fe yesterday e8tray that he had frequently frequentlyridden frouenly frouenlyridden frequentlyridden
ridden Nannette lannette to hounds hound and nd had found foundher foundher foundher
her gentle gente and well Iel mannered maere Mr Cameron Cameronkeeps CameronkeB Cameronkeeps
keeps keB hunters hulel himself hilelf and recently reetly had hadto hadto hadto
to shoot shot two of them for good reasons reasonsCharles reaon reasonsCharles
Charles Charll F Hart of Staten Island told toldon toldon toldon
on the tle stand some of the mares past pat his history hl history ¬
tory He had hd owned ownN her hlr for the last lastyear lat latyear lastyear
year and a half having bought her from frol
Mrs Ladenburg Ladenbug but sold her last week to toCharles toCharles toCharles
Charles Pfizer Pfzr Mr Hart Hrt described decribed Nan Nanthoroughbred Xa Nannette
nete nette M a very sweet mare a very ery lovely 1011thoroughbro lovelythoroughbred
thoroughbred thoroughbro veT She won ho said fid the thelightweight thelightweight thelightweIght
lightweight hunter purse pure and tho reserved reservedat rserved rservedehamploMhip reservedchampionship
championship rizo at the Natonl National Hpr 1ipne 1ipneShow
Hho Show Inr and the trize four and a half mlo mile raC race raceat
at the tie Essex Eex county meet last Inqt fall fallHenry fol fallHenry
Henry L Herbert Herbrt of Lakowood Lkowood well wellknown wel wellknown
known a as a judge at horse hol shows Ihows testified testifiedthat toUfpd toUfpdthat testifIedthat
that early m II 1000 10 Mrs lrs Ladenburg Ldenlmrg had hadasked hadIked hadasked
asked Iked him to find fnd her a agood good saddle taddlo horse horsefor hone honefor horsefor
for bar own use and lie had picked out outNannetto Olt OltNanete outNannotte
Nannetto Nanete and advised adL ed her to purchase the themare themr themare
mare mr He considered Nannetto tho very
type of a perfect perfet saddle horse for a lady
both tye in I looks JOOlR manners and action actionDr acton actonDr actionDr
Dr Charles Charle Phelps wound woud up lp Mrs MrsLadenburgs MrsLdenburKs MrsLadenbtzrgs
Ladenburgs LdenburKs case Ce by testifying tstying as an ex expert expert cxpert ¬
pert on head and brain brin Injuries Injure > due to toexternal toextrnol toexternal
external extrnol violence Iolenc Ho said ho had ox oxamlned oxamlned oxamined ¬
amlned OOara before court
opened yes yesterday Ye yesterday ¬
terday and ndhad had reached the conclusion that thatOGaras thatOOamR thatOGaras
OGaras epilespy eple8py existed exst before bforo the date dateof datoof dateof
of the accident actdent and also that tho alleged allegedInjury aleged alegedInjury allegedinjury
Injury to the grooms head had not occurred occurredin
in the way 0 OOara Gara described describedSUXDAY de8rhd de8rhdSUNDAr describedSUNDAY oecurr
SUNDAY BASEBALL ItASEBALLThe JISIWtLL JISIWtLLThe
The flee Mr Ir Byrt Tells Tels Just ust What lmt His IliaSociety I HisSociety
Society Soetel In Brooklyn Is Fighting FightingThe Flhlnl flhtingTim
The Te Rev A W Byrt president preident of the theBrooklyn tbeBroklyn theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Broklyn Church elrch Society who U i leading leadingBrooklyn leodingBrookly lendingBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brookly opposition oPP08iton to Sunday baseball baseballtold bMehol baseballtold
told his fellow lelow Methodist Metlodiat ministers at tho thoNew thoNe theNew
New Ne York Preachers Prchel Meeting Motng yesterday yesterdayof reatrdBY reatrdBYot
what is done for the
of being preserva preservation prescra prescraton preservation ¬
tion ton of Sunday Suday and asked n ked that Man Manmen Manhattan Manhattan
hattan clergvnen men support the movement movementMr
Mr Byrt fi cergvmen i tola iuiu his hearers hearl that ho had l been beenmlsquole beenmlsquotod > een eenmisquoted
misquoted mlsquole By in saying that ho approved of ofSunday ofSundy ofSunday
Sunday Sundy baseball babaU for boys and young yo un men menWhat menWhatl menWhat
What Whatl I did say was ho said that It Itwould Itwould itwould
would be no more possible pOlble to arrest boys boyswho hOYf hoygwho
who break the Sabbath by playing baseball baseballthan lJIh1 baseballthan
than It would be possible pOsible to arrest arret every man manwho manwho manwho
who goes go fishing tshlng on Sunday If any boy boycame boycme boycame
came cme to me for advice as to whether he hoought heough heought
ought ough or ought oUlht not play ball bal on Sunday I Iwould 1wowd Iwould
would tell tel him ho had best give up any
intention Intenton of suchplay luchplay oven at tho cost of ofsomo ofsomo ofsomo
somo physical culture cultureBut culure culureBut cultureBut
But what he was really rly against MrByrt MrByrtsaid MrByrtsaId lr yrt yrtBald
said was W professional profOsional Sunday baseball baueballas bball bballa
as a it is played playo at Washington Park Brook Brooklyn nrookIrn Brooklyn ¬
lyn A committee was Wa named name consist consisting COI consistIng t ting ¬
ing of Messrs MO81 Byrt M 1 E Grant and Thomas ThomasBond Thoml ThomasBond
Bond to formulate action acton to l he > e taken tnlcn by
tho meeting meetingXORMA metng metng1ORU4 meetingNORIf4
XORMA 1ORU4 WIIALLEY VETS W Tf DIVORCE DIVORCEThe DItRC1 DItRC1e
The e Clad Gd Tlillnc Tflm Cabled to the Actress ActressIn Aetrl eiress eiressIn
In Leaden IxmrtonNorma LeadenNorma ndnn ndnnNorm
Norma Norm Whalley Whlloy an actress actrcB now playing playingin
in The Dutenons Dutche of Dantzlo at tho Gaiety GaietyTheatre OaletyThetro GaietyTheatre
Theatre Thetro in London Lndon obtained yesterday yesterdayfrom yesterdaytram yesterdayfrom
from Supreme Court Justice Leventrltt Lentrlt a nfinal afnl afinal
final fnl decree dore annulling annulng her marriage to toJames toJame toJames
James Jame Sherrlo Mathows lathowl formerly formerly of Math Mathows Mathews Mathows
ows 4 Bulger BlIlgerThey They were married mrried hero in
1001 lOI while whie both bth were ere appearing in Tho
Man In the Moon Mon Tho ground for the thoannulment theanulment theanrtuhnent
annulment anulment was wa that Mathews MaUiewl had Nd made
false representations rprenwton to her conferninc confernincw
hil hIs phYBlcl physical condition Abe Hummel
cable cabled the gl glad tdig tidings to Mis Miss Ab w Whalley WhalleyPICKPOCKETS Whaley WhaleyPIOlOCIETS WhalleyPICKPOCKETS
PICKPOCKETS PIOlOCIETS non ROflRACEGOERS ROflRACEGOERSWoman KACEGOEKS KACEGOEKSWoman RACEGOERSeman
Woman eman Said to Ito D Working Worklnl ivilh nh Tiih Them Themon tm tmon
on Huckleberry Uuclebuf Can CanMOUNT Crl CrlMouN CarsM0UN
MOUNT MouN r VERNON N Y May DTo DTopolc grb grbpollee The Thepolice
police polc of Mount Vernon Veron and The Bronx Bronxore Bre Breare
ore a looking lokIng for a horde of pickpockets pickpocketswho pickpoketa pickpoketawho
who infest lotst the crowded crowde Huckleberry Hlckloborry trolley trolleycars troley troleycrs trolleycars
cars crs since sl tho opening openig or or othe the Morris Mor Park Parkracetrack Parkrtrck Parkracetrack
racetrack rtrck Since Slncolt last Thursday a score sor of ofracegoer ofraCgol orracegoers
racegoer raCgol have complained complaIne of the loss 10 of
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purses PU diamonds dlarondq and watched watchedlbata wath
I It is rporerhat reportedtbat lbata a woman is travelling
with wih the pickpockets pickpoket I and that tmvelng eho has hasrobbed biasrpbbed
robbed rbb many may women wome of Jewelry but thd th
police polco say y they Uey have received rhed tow reports rcportaof reportsof
of euch robberies robbre
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E V VSKINNER SKINNER Ant Traffic M Manager na n < er t 458 BROADWAY B OADW Y NEWYORK 1
SOCIALIST StCUUT PAttTY PAI1TJ MUST PAY UP VPAnswr UPAnswerble UPAnswerable
Answerble Answerable Answr lIe for Us ht Money Ione IKbti I bt Though ThonfbIt
It Thought It I Wasnt WasntJustices WasntJustc iasntJustices
Justices Justc Freedman I redlan Leventritt Lventrltt and Green Greenbuum Orn Ornbul Greenbaum
baum bul sitting sitIng In tho Appellate Appellte Term handed handeddown hadf handeddown
down yesterday Ylt < ray ft I decision dellon holding holdig that tho thoSocialist thoSclulat thoSocialist
Socialist Sclulat Labor Lbor party pary Is responsible Jponsiblo for forany forany forany
any lawful liabilities labite it incurs incursTho Incrs Incrsfho incursTho
Tho decision arose out of an a appeal by bytho hythe bythe
the party pary from a judgment ajudgont obtained obtio against againstIt Ig1lnt Ig1lntIt
It litho iitho City Ciy Court C < urt by Peter Petr Fleblger Fleblgerfor
for money loaned loaed The Te Socialist ScIalst Labor Laborparty Laborparly Laborparty
party contended contomi < l that tat it could culd not be held heldfor heldfor holdfor
for any liability liabity contracted in its It name nameby nameby nameby
by its Ia board of tnmteee tnlfIO except eXCpt whcn hel the thedebt thedebt thedebt
debt contracted contmcte wa was necessary ncslry for its itspreservation itspreraton itspreservation
preservation preraton because becas it is a political poltcal ornatu ornatuzatiou orgamztou organiratIon
ratIon ztou not Intended for pecuniary pecuiar profits profitsJustice profitsJustco profitsJustice
Justice Justco Freedman Frdman writing writng the decision decisionsays decisionaas decisionsays
says that the pleadings plead1 s show that tht tho So Socialist S Socialist ¬
cialist calist Labor party pary differs dlers materially matoraly from fromother fromother fromother
other political parties in the form of its itsI ItaorganIzton Itsorganization
organIzton organization I poltIcal L which is MM moro akn akin V1 to n that thatof thatof V nf nfof
of a cooperative society Though unln unlncorp unincorprte unlncorporated
corp corprte corporated copertvo f fand It publshes publIshes the Diy Daily Peopk Peopkand Pefe Pefeand
and and owns a printing printingbeing printng etablshrent establishment < Not Notuelng at atbeing
being therefore therefor a purely purly political poltcal organi organizatlon orgnl orgnlton orgaulration
ration ton it is bound by the action acton of its Is trus trustees U1IStR tnistees ¬
tees tR if the latter lter were wer invested iveste with proper properauthority properauthorty properauthority
authority authorty The jury jur that tried the suit suitfound suitfound suitfound
found the authority aulhort ample Iple and their ver verdict verdict verdict ¬
dict U i approved by the Appellate Appelato Term TermHUDDLE Ter TerDDIE TermMIDDIE
HUDDLE DDIE STATES fTATES OARSMEX MEET MEETAnnual MEETAnnual EET EETAnnull
Annual Annull Regatta RtJII for f r the Harlem on Labor LaborDay Lbor LborBr LaborDay
Day DayTho Br BrThe DayThe
The Middle States Regatta RIatta Association Associationheld AssocIatIonheld sociaton sociatonhell
held hell Its 11 It annual convention convnton at Pabsts cafe cafeon cafeon cafeon
on lSth 12 lh street last night and the affairs atllrs of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the organization for tho fiscal fscal year ea were werereviewed werereviewed werereviewed
reviewed and ad laid before the delegates delelates John JohnOKcgan JohnOHegan JohnOhtegan
OKcgan of tho Metropolitan Metropollan R It C presi president prlsl prlsldent president ¬
dent of tho association Isocatlon occupied the chair chairand chairand chairand
and them was a big crowd of oarsmen oasmen in the theroom theroom theroom
room when he called call the meeting meUlg to order orderOut orderOut orderOut
Out of the thirtyfour clubs composing the theassociation theRMclltlol theassociatIon
association RMclltlol twentythree answered the roll rollcall 101 rollcall
call cal as followsAtlantic follows rolow rolowlanlc followirtthntlc
Atlantic lanlc Atalantn Brooklyn roklln Dauntless Clifton CliftonBohemian Clnon ClnonIhcmlan CliftonBohemian
Bohemian Friendship rlenthlp Harlem larltm Hudson ludson Lone Lne Star StarMetropolitan StarMelopolllan StarMetropcittan
Metropolitan Ihcmlan Nautilus Nassau eau New York ork A C CPMllcndji CaJt ClaiLcdc
Melopolllan aullu
laiLcdc PMllcndji laacalc P bCAln C 5 Statet < tAtf 8au1 t Ibasi Itlftnrl KffLWJLIlhAkjl KffLWJLIlhAkjlKlireruhvftd SeawanhakaSIICIShrd
Klireruhvftd aJt Bay Union nrIe V ruua a t Valencia la Wy wyan wyanolse an anokc
olse o e Waver WaverTho Waverll Waverli WaverliThe
The secretarytreasurer spcretarytraBurrr David DaTld Brown Brow of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the AtalniitH Alallta I I It C read his report repor and It Itproved Itprov itproved
proved prov d satisfactory to thu delegates delelales It Itshowed JtIhowl Itshowed
showed that Itsrlctor there was 1 a balance In the bank bankof bak bakor bankof
Ihowl
of 1070 170 which was gratifying raUhlnl when It Itwas ttas itwas
was as remembered at last year ears n meeting meptnl Mr MrDrown MrDrown SirBrown
Drown reported relored a deficit delct of 1110 110 110 Tho total totalreceipts totalreipts totalreceIpts
receipts reipts for the past year ear amounted to 07800 07800and 97990ad 07900and
and ad the disbursements dlsbusementR were 869JO The Theannual Theannual Theannual
annual regatta regala wns held by the Potomac Potomaclioat PotomaoIloat PotomacBoat
Boat Club of Washington Washlnlton at no cost to the theassociation thoa8ocullon theassocIatIon
association Cub but the Potomacs Potomacl suffered surered a loss losson t088on loseon
on a8ocullon the affair atlir of 1 a 14 whIch wileh was us subscribed by bytlin bythe bythe
the members melbprll of the club clubTho cub cubTho clubThe
Tho next business introduced Introduce was the theelection theeloLlon theelection
election of ofiicern which did not prvide provide a acontest acontest acontest
contest and resulted In the unanimous uOlnlmou8 re reelection re reelection
election electon of the incumbent ofllccrs us lS follows followsPresident tolows tolowsPresident followsPresident
President John ORtifan Oltla Metropolitan Melrrlt Rowing RowingClub Iowlnr IowlnrCub RowingClul
Club vicepresident vleprldenl vice preldent brink FUlk Adee Ueawanhaka UeawanhakaII awanhakan
Cub II C Cl secrctarvlreaHUrer serrelsllrur < r David Brown 1 Alalanta AlalantaII Ialanlaill 1aiantait
II C recording C d secretary Cc George Geole S Soolldd SoollddCllflnn oleld oleldIrralu uieid uieidClifton
Clifton ill J U 6 C Staten i te Inland InlandKeratin LslanaRegatta
Keratin Committee Cmmllee CommitteeJudge Judce J 0 Tlirhe be Sheep Sheepvhead Sheepheall 5heepbeat
head Irralu Hay la H C chairman P Slnnot Union nlon H I c cJoseph CJosepb CJoseph
I
Joseph Maher Harlem Haral II C Al A Hcynn He Atlantic AtlanticH tlntc tlntcC tiantlcit
H C J A Miller MIler Jr New York A Oi 0 Norman NormanDonaldSlatcn NormanlionaidStaten orlan orlanlonaldStatcn
DonaldSlatcn Island B 1 C Cl U 11 11 Mllllgan Mlllran Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsIala Petinsylvania ¬
vania lonaldStatcn ala n C Claude It I Zappone Potomac Polowo II I C CApplications cApplcatolR CApplicatIons
Applications for membership mOlbetRhll were rend rendfrom rpod rpodrrom readfrom
from ApplcatolR the Ariel ArlelHont Bout Club of Baltimore Ha tlmore Md Mdmid Mdtimid ld ldnnd
mid the tl Virginia float Club < ub of Virginia Ylr lnla N C COn COn COn
On u motion by Judge Judie Tighe these clubs clutswero clutswerodeclared were werodsclnred weredclnred
declared I moton elected electedThe elutpd elutpdThe electedThe
The resignations rlShtlatols of tho Rosedalo Rosealo B C Cand Cand Cand
and Slontroso lontrOe B C were accepted leaving leavng the theassociation thenfsoclnUon theassociation
association nfsoclnUon now with a membership lembr8h p of thirty thirtysix thlrt thirtysix
six clubs clubsThen clubsThNI clubsThen
Then camo the most mOlt Important business businessof bU81neMet
of the night tho location 10laton of the annual regatta regattaand rPjnlta rPjnltaand regattaand
and Its date Capt Theodore Theoore Van a an linden Iladenmoved Ilden Ildenmoved lindenmoved
moved that the meeting be held on Labor LaborDay IaborDa LaborIay
Day Da and the th motion meetlg was carried Joseph JosephMohr JOflph JOflphIohr Joseph7dohr
Mohr of the Harlem B C Immediately carre after afterward afer aferwar afterwant ¬
ward took tho floor and moved mOYld that Ihathe thuttho the rogntta rognttabe rpgnt
war be held on the Speedway Hpedwa course cour on tho Ilnrlcm IlnrlcmItlvcr flarlemIlIvor nrlem nrlemJIer
Itlvcr After Arer a few suggestions tho motion motionwas moton motonwnl motionwas
JIer was carried unanimously A lengthy discus discussion dlRcusIon dIscusdon ¬
wnl Ilnlh
sion don Ion ensued cn81ed on tie tie inclusion Ilcusion of a 1 fouroared fouroaredbared fouroarl fouroaredbarge
bared rare rce and an Intermediate centipede centipederace ntple ntplernce
race on the programme Tho matter was wasfinally Wi wasfinally
finally fnaly left to progamme the regatta regatll committee committeeDETAILS commitee commiteeDETAIS commItteeDETAILS
DETAILS DETAIS OF 01 POWER BOAT RACK RACKExecutive RAC8Feelthe RACEExecutive
Feelthe Executive Committee Commitee Makes llkpa Arrange Arrangemcnts Arranrt Arranrtment Arrangemnents
mcnts for First Contest Cntest on May Iay 341 341An 3 3An 30kn
An important hnportalt meeting meetng ofthe executive executve com committee oommltee coinmnittee ¬
mittee mltee of tho American Amerlcl Power Boat Associa Association Assocltlou Assoclutim ¬
tim was Wi held yesterday e terday afternoon Ifternoon In the office omcoof omceof officeof
of the secretary 63 Wall street strlet All l the thedetails Ihedel thedetails
details del ais for the programme progumme of the first frst motor motorbout molorbont motorboat
bout race of the season on May Mi 30 were wpro com completed comJletcd cornpletod ¬
pleted Jletcd The boats are to race on Long Loni Island IslandSoundstarting hlandSoundRtRrlnl IslandSoundstartlng
Soundstarting SoundRtRrlnl ut2 ut oclock in the afternoon afternoonPresident dternoonPresident afternoonPresident
President W II Ket cham presided preside and the thoother theother theother
other members of the committee present presentwere trlRent oresentwere
were ere E M MacLrllan MlcLllan J H I Mcintosh MclntoshJ 10lntosh 10lntoshJ
I J H I Walnwrlght WI lnwrJghl K W V Uraef and Anson Anlon B BCole nolp Bole
Cole ole Entries ntrltd for the race will wi be received receivedit
nt it the ofllcn ofco of the secretary RPcrelnl unt il I the morn morning mornIn mornlug ¬
lug In of 001 Mnv 28 after lerthat afterthat thnt time thnl at the Mnnlmsspt MnnlmssptBay ManhassetBa lanhlet lanhletIn
Bay Ba yacht flc acitt lit It Club at lt Port Washington No Noentry 10enlr Noentry
In entry enlr will wi be bl received rlclve unless Imlel a certificate certlcate of ofmeasurement or1la8Uremlnt ofimiousurenmelmi
measurement 1la8Uremlnt has been lied Ild with tho secretary secretaryof sPcrtary sPcrtaryat
of the t lie association Hoclntouln in accordance with Ith its is rules rulesOwners rllel ridesOwners
Owners of motor mol or boats enrolled Inrol In tin th New NewYork NewYork oiewYork
York Eastern and Iurchmout Yacht Ylcht clubs clubswill clubswi clubswill
will wi morial bo permitted Day DayE Un tinyE permited to enter the race rce on Me Memorial le lemorlnl idemnorlal ¬
E M 1 MacLeltan lacrAlnn nml Rnl mind Anson B Colo will willlay wi cilllay
lay la ouUhocourseswhich oul Iho Olrs whih are to he announced announcedInter announcedlater
Inter 1111 E I W V Graf Grlt will wi set tim buoys today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that are to murk the measured mll mile course coule in inMnnhiiHset InlanhnllHet in3lanhiisset
ne urc
MnnhiiHset Bay ni The buoys are of a tri triangular trluilrllr tn tnmimigimlar ¬
angular uilrllr shape Mhul paInted tlllnted yellow rlow and show showabout Mhowahout showabout
about seven locn feet flpt above the water Accurate Accurateranges Accurlte Accurlterlnres Accurateranges
ranges rlnres on shore are nrl IIBO IIMO tilso to he placed and nil nilother 11 allother
other precautions proRulonR will wi lie hI taken tken for the proper propertiming propertming propertinting
timing of the th boat boat In the nice niceSubscriptions nIceHnbcriptoul niceIiumbcrIptlons
tming Subscriptions Hnbcriptoul to the gold challenge chalenlo cup
to bo b raced for on tho Hudson on June S3 3
24 4 mind Ind nwe 25 art nr coming romln In but a number ot ofnrn otdub otclubs
dub lre are yet et to be hard rrom trom 1oat float ownpr owners ownersare
are reminded rlllndf that by reason rel80n of the time tlmoallowance timeallowance
allowance nlolnce lifjht Ilht powered boats boat will wi have h vn tme tmenlolnce an anequal anqual anequal
equal chunco to win with will the larger larler and high highPowered hl highpowered h hpowerl
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Ilnrlcm IlrleO IlcratU Rlal Committee Commi lee Holds lold Special SpecialMeeting 811elli 811elliIeclnl SpecialMeeting
Meeting MeetingThe MeetingThe Ieclnl I ITho
The regatta committee commltlo of the Harlem HarlemRegatta Harl HarlemRegatta m mRelnta
Regatta Association held a special meeting meetingnt
Relnta Aocaton specal meftng meftngat
at Pabsts 125th l th street caf6 ca caf for tho purpose purposeof
of arranging arrallnl details detals for tho Memorial Day Dayregatta DI Dayregatta
regatta relata E Mansfield Mlsfield Hobbs of the Metro Metropolitan Metropoltan Metropolitan ¬
politan poltan flowing Howlnl Club occupied ocupied the chair and andothers andothers andothers
others present were Edward H 1 Connell ConnellUnion Connel ConneliUnton
Union Boat Club secretary cretar James PUking Pilklngton Plklnl PUkington
ton Harlem il C Mr Kimmelbere Kmmebers Wyanoke WyanokeBoat WnnokeDoat VanokoBoat
Boat Club W Ueoffert leolert Atalanta B C W WMiller Wller WMiller
Miller ller New York A C and Id others The Theconclave Theconclave h hconclave
conclave preceded Ilreclo tho annual anul meeting lueetn of the theMiddle
Middle lllcle States flates Regatta elata Association AMclatfoll A slg
nlfloant nllOItleter letter wa wa was read from E EJlmes James Phila Rie ¬
delphia Barge argo Club declining declning to act ai as Ihla Judge
and ll ale utatlng tltn that his fi club Iub would ould ac probably
Mtronlre tronlr the American Henley Htnley as he thought
that thlhnt meeting mtn stood sadly Idl In need I of a helping helpingKlx help ng
hand nl helPlnl
However Iaml lames Pilkington who
visie visited Phladplphlu Philadelphia on Sunday Plkgon t4taW that
Klx Ix crews a would torn lor from the Quaker town
despite de plto the 118 American Henley litale > attraction tOWI
Secretary tecrptrJ Cpnnel Conn Connem merlan In figuring on atracions the entries
nlurlg entrll
luiearthed InenLel thlrty thlttdx r entries eltrlel alone from thl thlA the
l Ilarlemmi nrlpl River Columbia University leads
with It an etry entryof of nl fire crew th tha Ne New led York ark
A C being balns bole next with four cr ow crews w The next
meeting meeUt will wil beheld on 01 Mar 2J s
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ia the ideal walking shoe of today todayComfortable ioda iodaComfortableBtylBh todayComfortablestylish
Comfortable ComfortableBtylBh Comfortablestylish stylish service serviceable servce servceable serviceable ¬
able ableFits ableFis Fits Fis the foot perfectly perfecty com comfortable comfortable cornfortable ¬
fortable and easy ea y over the thetoe thetoesnug toes toesBnug toesBuug
snug at instep and heel supports supportsarch support supportsarch
arch of foot footFor foot footFor
For Men en and WomenSOLD WomenSOLD Women WomenSOLO
SOLD NOWHERE ELSE ELSEJAMES BLE BLEJAMES SiSSJAMES
JAMES S COWARD
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AUTO RACE Rtl TROUBLES TROUBLESProtests TROUBLESProtests I IPotels
Protests Potels Loud and amid Plenty llent Assail Asai the Ile Com Committee CommlteeIospeels CoinmitteeIrospeets ¬
mittee mlteeIospeels mitteeIrospeets Prospects of a Trim TrimA Tim TimA
A great grst deal of protest Is being bJng made over overtho oerthe overtho
tho action ncton of the race rce committee of the Auto Automobile Automobie Automobile ¬
mobile mobie Club of America snerIca erla with lh regard relard to the theentries tbeentries tueentries
entries for tho international I teratonnl cup race rc but butthe butthe butthe
the committee commitee is I standing firm in Its decision decisionnot deciIon deciIonnot decisionnot
not to giye Ily the cars of Messrs lssl Louis Luis Slooers Slooersand Moors Moorsand Mooersand
and Alexander Winton Witon of Cleveland anpther anpthertrial angthertrial an9thertrial
trial trial At least It appears appars to be b standing stndlng firm firmfor nrmfor firmfor
for the only thing that thlt can cn be b obtained from fromthe tromthe from fromthe
the secretary secrtar of the committee commllte S M 5 Butler Butleris Duler DulerI
is I that the decision deciion of the committee committeeccrnlng commitee commiteecm committeeearning
earning cm In the American Amlrlcnn team will wi bo b announced announcedon aunouncd aunouncdon
on Wednesday tomorrow tomorrowYesterday tomorrw tomorrwYesterday tomorrowYesterday
Yesterday the additional nddltonsl news was WIS vouch vouchsafed Touchsafed vouchanfed ¬
safed that between then and the announce announcement announcement nnounc ¬
ment of the th committees eommleel decision tomorrow tomorrowthe
the car entered by Walter alter ier Christie Cllrstle of this thiscity Ihlsclt thiscity
city clt would be passed upon uon by b the committee committeeAlexander commitee commiteeAlexander committeeAbexamider
Alexander Wlnton fa leaving stone
IIi no stole un unturned unturne unturned ¬
turned turne in his effort erort to get another ulother trial by I the triecommittee thecmmitee thecommittee
committee cmmitee and a chance to compete cmpo to in II the tlierace therace therace
race Tie says that the accident Iceldent to his car caron eRron caron
on Thursday Thul8ar was WIS a I trivial one 011 such as might mighthappen mighthappI mIghtbmapptn
happen happI to any an car care and ho is sure It can re reflect rlnect nofiect ¬
flect credit cnx1t on the country lunl If allowed aICd to enter enterthe entr entrthe enterthe
the race Ho 10 urges urgps further flrtur that he is willing willingto wllnl
to bear all al the thl expense exp nse and that if his car cardoes cardol cardoes
does dol not make a creditable creltble showing ahowlnl It itwill will wi be boup beup beu1
up to him and d that thlt his hll performance will willhurt 11 willhurt
hurt no ono but himself hlmsel Yesterday Ypllera Barney BarneyOldfleld BarneyOldtleid lrn y yOldneld
Oldfleld arrived arrled in New ew York to further furtllr the theWinton thoWinton theWinton
Winton cause cau6 A letter leter was sent Bnt by b Percy PercyOwen IercyOwen
Owen Mr Wlntons Win lons Now W York rcpresentji rcpresentjitlve reprppnljl reprppnljlve
tlve ve to the committee cnllllUee cc mumnittee saying lrlnl that as I the tli Will Wlnton Willton Simitomi ¬
ton Bullet Julet had ha repeatedly repente I > proven Itself 181 the thefastest thefastest
fastest car In the country luntr It was Wil hardly hlrh litmrdl fair fairto flir flirto airto
to reject It on 01 oh its ls performance 1lrCorllnce of last Thurs 1hursdl Ihursday ¬ I
day dl If I the same thing hud happened hlplcne1 in the therce therace therace
race It could clid have been heln quickly remedied rlmele UH UHindeed iK iKIndel usindeed
indeed Indel It was WIS on Thursday hurla The Tti latter latterasked later laterkr latterasked
asked kr that In fairness fllrless the car clr bo bl allowed alowe an another another another ¬
other chance chlnc to demonstrate delontratr its I nbllh nbllltv to inrun torun torun
run a long race and that Mr Ir Wlnton Win S Ion Is willing willingto wlllnl
to abide by b thoresult thoresultWhile lh theresultWhlie Inl Cult CultWhl
While Whl the > omnilUee otmlle sticks 8tck8 to the bare barestatement har harsttemlnt barestatement
statement sttemlnt tlfnt At it will 11 announce InnOllce Its I decision decisiontomorrow decsion decsiontomorrow decisiontomorrow
tomorrow them is some speculation IlcUlnlon an al to towhat towhat towhat
what this portend port nd Most 108t persons pcrllS think thinkthat thinkIhnt thinkthat
that the committee commllle bins decided decidll to reject the thetwo tbeto thetwo
two curs crB it hus ne seen ln < > n tested Ipsll hut hit a a rAW offer offerthe oflr oflrtho offerthe
the hypothesis that after afer trying 1IIng the thl Christie Christieear ChrlRtleelr
elr ear the committee commlteo may arrange ornngA a I new M ft iet > t of oftrial otIrlnls oftrials
trial a week or so 0 hence hlncp when nil 11 the lh candi candidates rlnU rlnUdiles eminfildates ¬
dates conditions conditionsAmong diles cOldltons conditionsAmong can cal be tried trlx under more 10ro auspicious auspiciousconditions lusplclouK lusplclouKcOldltons auspiciousconditions
Among atitomoblllst altomoblti generally Iencralh there In Ina IIIa isa
a a difference dlprence of opinion oplnlol on the I he subject While Whilea Whie WhieIl
a majority soem I to t think that thlt no team Pln should shouldbe Hhoulc shouldhe
be sent to start sllrt in the race rrl except one < that thathas thathns thathas
has proved Itself Itsel thoroughly thorourhl fit t for It II others otherwurge othPH othPHIrge othersurge
urge Irge Pfol hat It Is II better betpr to race mid ldloS lose thin tn11 not notto notto
to start 8trt at nil ni amid Ind that thlt tIme only onl way for Amen American Amencan ¬
can rln makers mikers and drive drnllo drivers to learn Ilarn the th wrinkles wrinklewof wrlnkllH wrlnkllHor Ampr
of the big rond raco is for them Ihel them to go over Qer year yearafter ycerafter llr llrorer
after orer year par und nd do the best ICt they IO calm CII Home Koinearirue Homearle Somearsue
arirue arle that if no team team Is I sent the foreigners foreignerswill
will wi make capital Clpial of it I to the injury forllrlIH forllrlIHwi of the thehome thehome thehonie
home Industry Indu8tl and to the thl advantage ndRltalo of im imported Import imitported ¬
ported port road vehicles Others Ohe argue Irgle that it itwill It Itwi itwill
will wi bo a more tangible tllIlbl1 piece 11110 of capital 11 pi 1 1 for forthe forth forthe
the th foreigners rorllIners if I them is an 11 American tenm tenmand 11 tom ni niand
and nd It make makC no better showing than UUI it did 1
last year and furthermore flrtherrorp that a I poor show hol ¬
ing Ins will wi hi I I not only a blow to the por whole In ¬
dustry but blt also alM to the club clb which enters entel the
team t American < ll Hnd nl IH sportsmanship sportsmanshipMontreal sportslonHhlp sportslonHhlploltrcal sportsmanshipMontreal Its I sponsor polor and to the tle credit crldlt of ofmerlcan
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