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I I THURSDAT SsmtuBKn is 1000Thunder
qJJ Ie I Thunder showers this afternoon or tonightand
I t U U and tomorrow fresh south wlocUrVOL
VOL LXX1VNO 13 NEW YORK THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1906opt tlooolIJ2AeSllldrtII andPUMA Aoefi1on PRICE TWO CENTS
iii WARSHIP GETS TO BAY ANAsHE
sHE DENVER RUShED THERE TOPROTECT
PROTECT AMERICANSitnm
itnm tt Clenraeces mad OnantanaraoThe
p The Des Motnes IIHil at Key Westfor
for Emergency Work Army Will DeBrady
Brady If It It Necessary to Send Troop
Sptciti Cat tt DiipatcH to THI SUNHAVANA
HAVANA Sept 121he United Statescruiser
cruiser Denver arrived here at < 30 oclockthis
this afternoonWASHINOTOM
WASHINOTOM Sept U There will befour
four American naval vessels In Cubanwaters
waters tomorrow the Denver at Havanathe
the gunboat Marietta off Clenfuegos andthA
thA Auxiliary Dixie and the cruiser Columbia
bia at Guantanamo the United States navalftallon
ftallon on the south ldo of the Island TheDixie
Dixie and the Columbia are at Guantanamofor
for the purpose of exchanging marines andthe
the Columbia is soon to sail from there forColon
Colon to bring home Secretary Root whoin
in due on the Isthmus of Panama thelat
lat of this week The Dixie howeverwith
with her force of upward of 300 marineswill
will be in readiness to join her sisternhlps
chips in protecting American interests Inthe
the event of there being need for actionThe
The cruller Den Moines Is at Key Westawaiting
awaiting further orders She will remainthere
there during the preoent crisis so that shemay
may be despatched to Havana It her presence
ence them is demanded The run fromKey
Key Vet to Havana Is only about eighthours
hoursIn
IIn
In addition the Newport the Paduoahthe
the Don Juan do Austria and the Dubuqueunder
under Commander Southerland ore patrolling
ling In Dominican waters and as thorituAtlon
rituAtlon In that republic Is quiet at presentone
one or more of these ships might easily bei
i pnl to Cuba if further trouble occursThn
The action In sending the Denver and theMarietta
Marietta to Cuban waters and having othersheld
held In readiness it was asserted at theState
State Department today was merely procautionary
cautionary The President is being keptBdvined
advised of the situation and fa manifesting
the keenest Interest In every movementmade
made lie wants to be readyto meet anyemergency
emergency that may ariseIt
It is pointed out that the sending of shipsto
to Cuba does not mean that the UnitedStates
States intends to intervene in Cuban internal
nal matters under the Platt Amendment butIntended
ii intended to show that the United Statesttands
ttands ready to protect American interestsin
in the inland When the question of intervention
vention arises it will be met No statement
meat is made at the Department which willtend
tend to commit the President to any definiteplan
plan in this respect but emphasis is laidupon
upon the statement that the action nowUVen
taken in precautionaryThe
The derision to semi the Denver to Havanatww
vanatww mad somewhat unexpectedlyThe
The Denver went to New London Connafter
after the Oyster Bay review for the purpoee
pose of coaling She won then ordered toNorfolk
Norfolk and nailed on September Nearlytwentyfour
twentyfour hours after abe had put out toeea
sea the decision was reached to send her toCuba
Olba and in order that no time might belost
lost as despatches from Mr Sleeper theUnited
United States Charge in Havana indicatedthat
that the situation was critical the wirelesstelegraph
telegraph was put into operation and soonpicked
picked up the Denver at sea She wasdirected
directed to proceed to Havana and Immediately
diately changed her course for that pointt
At the ame time a despatch wan sent toonminder
< onminder Southerland ordering the MarIrtti
Irtti to proofed to Cienfuegos at whichoint
J oint the insurgents were reported to hoI
I iHinbling preparatory to making an attackII
ir < m the city It 1s expected that theMaripttu
Maripttu will rKith there tomorrow tnornhst
hst
Mlilo the American ships are in Cubanviter
viter for the purpooe protecting AmerI
I n Intrrots they will alao be used to prexnut
xnut I hH landing of filibustering expeditionsA
A far OH the State Department is able toB
Cl Mill there are no expeditions fittingout
out In this country Ever since the insurmovement
f0t movement started Department agents1jjvo
1jjvo bwn on the lookout for expeditionsIUt
IUt have not discovered anyWhile
While the Navy Department Is makingtlIly
r uly for an emergency the War Deportment
ment In also preparing Thus far thereliw
liw bfcn no Intimation that AmericanMidler
Midler would be Bent to Cuba but armyorliinls
orliinls admit that In view of the alarmingconditions
conditions they have been giving tho subjCt
jCt fonxideration That la they haveWn
Wn JIdering what could be done If itthould
thould becomo noomiviry to send a forceof
of mel to the WandIt
I Fhonld be understood however that n
ftep havp bren token such as the maedngoftroops
troops ready I sail but th army situationhas
has been and officialsknow
carefully
hl hNn careuly gone over ad olc
know just about what will b done I caseit
it becomes necessary t do anything Thetransport
transport Sherman could be utilized on shortnotice
notice for carrying troops and th Meadoand
and the Kllpatrick are on their way borneend
and will be Available within a few weeksBesides
Besides it is pointed out if th presence ofAmerican
American soldiers was imperative thereare
are plenty of warships which could land aforce
force of fighting men on th islandThere
There a upward of seven hundredmarines
marines in th vicinity of Cuba who couldbe
be cent there on short notice They are onboard
board th squadron under command ofCommander
Commander Southerland in Dominicanwaters
waters in Pflrto Rico at Guantanamo andat
at Culebra Island Besides there I a smallforce
force on th IsthmusState
State Department officials assert that th
matter of landing a force of men in Cubai
S a subject which they do not wish to dlsCUM
CUM Even in the crisis it is
CM Evn I present cii I regardedas
as somewhat premature although llt b
came necessary to protect American interests
terests th President it Is declared wouldnot
not hesitate t order troops thereItERELS
ItERELS MOVE TOWARD HAVANACity
City Well Prepared for I Attack MraocalAbandons
Abandons Peace PlanSptctal
Sptctal CaMt Ditpate to Ta 8WHAVANA
HAVANA Sept 13 Exciting rumors arecurrent
current in the city that the rebels of SantaClara
Clara and Plnar del Rio provinces are marching I
ing upon Havana and will concentratetheir I
their forces and attack the city The city I
I however is well prepared for defence and therumors
rumors are discredited by the Governmentand
and ascribed t the gossip of Liberals IThe
The advance of the rebels seems t be afact
fact but It I not likely that they will attackthe
the city A they lack organizationAt
At 11 oclock this
I ocok Ull morning a wooden
bridge at Taootaco near Consoladonwas
was burned hr tho rebels and tho raoralag
1
train from Havana had to come to m stop
there This I the first sign of Pino Juansince
since his defeat at Consolaolon by ColAvalos
Avalos He threatens now to burn therailway
railway stations blow up the bridges andsuspend
suspend traffic and he wjll not spare p
senger trainsIn
In a letter t IM 7urAo this afternoonGen
Gen Menocnl announces h abandonment
6f his
effort t bring about peacs He sayshe
h and ba fellow veterans will g t their
homes in view of the evident unele8nes olfurther
further efforts for peaceToday
Today the rebels looted the town olSierra
Sierra Morn near Sagua and again entered
toted the town of Cnices from which yesterday
terday they carried off 190 of the townfunds
care
funds Today they took 1120 left In thepost
post office after their previous raidDr
Dr Peroda a prominent Havana surgeon
geon has joined the insurgents Almostall
all the members of the local ward committees
tees of the Liberal party In Havana aredoing
doing the name thing
Congress on Friday will authorize Presi
dent Palms to use the money remaining
In the Treasury after national debt obligations
tions have been covered for the purposesof
of the war All expenses Incurred by Presi
dent Palma up to date will be approvedwithout
without requiring an accounting TheGovernment
Government will thus have nearly 25000000available
available The laws passed by the formerCongress
Congress making appropriations for publicworks
works will be repealed When PresidentPalma
Palma may deem it DAr without consulting
suiting Cot to suspend Constitutional
tional rights his action will be approvedThe
The martial law called here
T mrtial caled publicorder
order law that has been put In force Ismuch
law much stronger than the Spanish martiallaw
LieutenantCommander A A AckermanU
U S N has just arrived en route to theGuantanamo
Guantanamo coaling stationThe
The city of Cienfuegos is surrounded byrebels
rebels There are 10000 revolutionists Inthe
the province of Santa Clara in which Cienfuegos
fuegos is situated The peaceful citizensof
of Cienfuegos have been warned to leavethe
the cityAn
An overpowering rising is Imminent InUie
the province of Santiago and the oldprovince
province of Camaguay consequent uponthe
the disgust of tho veterans nt the Generalsreturning
returning t their homes where their Influence
fluence is paramountNo
No news has been received from PlnardelRo
del Rio owing t the fact that the wires aredown
down The rebels are In possession ofevery
every town along all tho roads leading
from Havana One thousand are in thovicinity
vicinity of Santiago de las Vegas and lIe
eral hundred are between Havana andGuonajay
Guonajay Gov Nuflea says he in readyand
and able to protect the city with the forceat
at his disposaLNO
NO NUTMEG ROOST FOR DRYAName
Name Only Mentioned Once In ConnecticutConvention
Convention and That Speaker SlleneodHABTFORD
HABTFORD Conn Sept 12The Damooratio
oratio State convention adjourned thisafternoon
afternoon after adopting a platfonh andnominating
nominating a State ticketAbout IAbut
About five minutes before adjournmentthe
th delegates wore roused by th disconnected
nected and apparently irrelevant mentionof
of Our great and glorious standard bearerWilliam
1A
William Jennings BryanA
A delegate said to be William P Curranof
of Plalnfleld had the floor and was makinga
a speech to which no one had been lioteningFormer
Former Governor Thomas M Wailer ofNew
New London who was presiding in replyto
to a suggestion t Cut him o sold Nothis
this is a Democratic convention and wellcut
cut no one o
However another delegate was speedilyrecognized
recognized and the matter blew over inthe
the midst of ringing cheers for somethingelse
else which completely drowned the voiceof
of the Plainfield BryaniteThe
The incident did not create any greatdiscord
discord and the convention as a whole washarmonious
harmoniousThe
The convention nominated Mayor Thayerof
of Norwich for Governor by acclamationMayor
Mayor Thayer was detained at home byillneas
Illness On tho committee which will formolly
molly notify him and tho other candidatesof
of their nomination is Archibald McNeilSr
Sr of Bridgeport Thayers only opponentin
in the preconventlon campaignThe
The rest o th ticket chosen followsLleutenantGovernor
LleutenantGovernor Senator John M Neyof
of Hartford Secretary of State MayorGeorge
George Forster of Rockville TreasurerEdward
Edward S Roberto of North Canaan Comptroller
trailer Eugene B Peck of BridgeportAttorneyGeneral
AttorneyGeneral William B Stoddard ofMilford
Milford Congressman at Large Charles JDonahue
Donahue of DerbyThe
The only contest was over the treasurership
ship and when Davis A Baker of Ashfordwho
who was first presented discovered thatMr
Mr Roberts was willing to stand he withdrew
drew and thus all the candidates werochoeen
chosen with shouts of acclamationThe
The which adopteddeals
platform was finally aoptn
deals with Stato issues and says nationalissues
issues should be considered in a nationalelection
election two years henceExcept
Except for the one reference to him byDelegate
Delegate Curran Bryan was not mentionedin
in either the speeches or the platformMETZ
I
METZ AFTER COLER AGAINComptroller
Comptroller Wants to Know Abont the
1100 Worth of I R T TlcktliComptroller
Comptroller Metr is getting after Borough
ough President Coler again In the lostquarterly
quarterly financial statement rendered byMr
Mr Coler the Comptroller found enoughto
to warrant him he said yesterday in directing
ing his new bureau of statistics t investigate
gate the petty cash expenditures of theBorough I
Borough Presidents officeMr I
Mr Metz found that while Mr Coler isan
an enemy of the Brooklyn Rapid TransitCompany ICompny
Company his office purchased tickets fromthe jthe
the B R T amounting to 1145 in thethree Ithre
three months ended on June 3 Mr Metesat
sat down and figured out that this sumrepresented Irepre
represented 28000 car rides Then he didsome
some more calculating and reached the conclusion
clusion that th employees o tho BoroughPresident
President of Brooklyn must have spentalmost
almost all their time on the cars Mr Metzstarted
started a quiet Investigation of his ownand
and he intimated yesterday that h badlearned
learned that the books of the B R T ticketsbought
bought with the citys money were notentirely
entirely used by th citys employees andthat
that these employees apparently were generous
erous enough to distribute the books amongtheir
their friends on a wholesale ale I
Mr Metz has also discovered he saysIn IIn
In tho Borough President report thatseveral j
several hundreds of dollars are chargedfor i
for coach and automobile hire and thatthe
the charge for laundry work for the borough
ough for the quarter was 224TO
mE 21 CNTtRY lIMiTfllTO
TO CHICAGO IN ILcartt f IOlH8Lana
Lcartt New York 310 P M Strives Cblrip 81 1n
n Lana a nlfhti ride by Ibe NKW YORKCENTHAL
CENTRAL LIVKS Amric i Ureltc lUllroidA j
A Ag dozen other taut trains to Chicago sad at Ll
lI
I r > t
WALKED UNDER NORTH RIVERFIRST
FIRST TRIP THROUGH THE NEWIEXXVMsvI4
PENNSYLVANIA TUNNELHappy
Happy Party of liatlnerrt and Railroadt
t Men Make I he Trip and Then Adjourn
lo a Luncheon The Air Cool and theTube
Tube Dry Pratto fo I lie KaglneerDown
Down beneath the bed of the HudsonRiver
River yesterday a party of men walkedfrom
from the Jersey shore to Manhattan withouteven
even as much 8 wetting a foot Thin wasmade
made possible by the complete cuttingthrough
through of the northern tube of th greattwin
twin tunnels which th Pennsylvaula Railroad
road L building I was th proudestmoment
moment in the life of John F ORourketho
the head of the contracting company thath
I doing the workThe
The tunnels were driven from each shoreand
and so carefully wa the work plannedthat
that when the two shields behind whichthe
the men worked met under the middleof
of the river on Monday they were only afraction
fraction of an Inch out of alignment Thesouthern
southern tube will it I expected be cutthrough
through Inside of a month This tunnelwould
would have been through how If it had notbeen
been for a delay In getting the iron necessary
saryThe
The party that walkedthrough the tunneldescended
descended in the Bergen shaft on the Jerseyshore
shore at 1045 oclock inthe morning Mostof
of them were men who had been activelyconnected i
connected with the planning and buildingof
of this themwere
thll great enterprise Among tlmwere
were Mr ORourke Charles M Jacobs thochief
chief engineer Arisen M Beard 1 CBooz
Booz Henry Japp Robert I OmiT JamesH
H Brace Dr A J Loomis C J Crowleyand
and about fifteen others There was abouttwenty
twenty pounds pressure of air on but asmost
mot of the pedestrians were used to thetunnel
tunnel only a few of them had to submitto
to a medical examination After ten minutes
utes In th first lock on the Jersey aide thetrip
trip won begunJust
Just before thoy moved off Chief EngineerJacobs
Jacobs who was in the van said I amabout
about to lead the way from New Jerseyto
t New York through the first completedtunnel
tunnel of the Pennsylvania RailroadAt
At Ibis there wan a cheer and the menstarted
started off as though they were about tomake
make a pleasant journey They raid afterward
ward that it was perfectly dry under footand
and that the walking 8 just as easy B
above ground The air was considerablycooler
cooler than it was upon th surfaceWhen
When they readied the point underwhich
which the line dividing the States is sup
posed to be they found the walls of th
tunnel decorated with tho flags of NewYork
York and New Jersey A little further onwhere
where th two ends of the tube met theysaw
saw a great profusion of red white and blueelectrio
electrio lamps hung upon the shield Acrowd
orowd of the tunnel workmen stood aboutand
and welcomed them with cheers Thenthere
there were cheers for th railroad cheersfor
for the engineers and cheers for the
th enginen cher th contractors
tractorsThroe
Throe cheers for the men that built thotuanell i
tuanell cried Paddy Fitzgerald the I
uo1ci Pad Plrld superintendent
intendent pointing to the workmen andthe
the cheers wore given with a willThe
The party then climbed a ladder to th
opening intbe shield which was far abovetheir
their heads and climbed down on th
other fide Engineer Jacobs was th firstman
man through Ho was closely followed byMr
Mr ORourke with Albert Noble chiefengineer
engineer of the East River division of th
work a good thirdThe
The party reached Manhattan aboutnoon
and here they were cheered again
noon wer chere bythe
the workmen They then went to Delnionioos
nionioos where the down t a luncheonand
and threw verbal bouquets at each other andthe
the Pennsylvania Railroad Mr ORourkepresided
Penlylval Raira ORurkepride
presided and A J County assistant t
Third VioePreHident Rea of the Pennsylvania
vania responded to the toast t PresidentA
A J Cassatt In his speech Mr Jacobssaid
said that there had been accomplished whatseemed
seemed three or four years ago a physicalImpossibility
Impossibility and lIe warmly praised theconstruction
construction company for its skill enterprise
prise and determination Gen C WRaymond
Raymond said there bad never been a betterpieco
piece of work done or one carried on withgreater
greater determinationWhy
Why said he ORourkes autos are agreat
great deal more dangerous than the tunnelshe
be is buildingThe
The twin tunnels under the Hudson aresaid
said to be the most remarkable submergedtubes
tubes in the world They are nOOO feetlong
long under the water and about 25 feet indiameter
diameter The work thus for has beenfrom
from an engineering point aserleaof brilliantsuccesses
successes and is now a year ahead of whatwas
was expected The rapidity of the boringhas
has been phenomenal the daily progressrunning
running as high OH 175 feetEach
Each tube will be used for traffic in onedirection
direction only and thus the currents of airwill
will be kept constantly in motion and notinterrupted
interrupted a they are now in the subwayby
by trains runling In opposite directionsThe
The double tube system will render accidentsfrom
from collision practically impossible Thereis
i in each tube a leeway of about six feeton
on each side of the tracks along whichsidewalks
sidewalk be built 8 that when trainsare
stalled out and walkto
are lltane passengers can get wa
t either end of the tunnelSUMMER
SUMMER HOME FOR WAITER GAYColorado
Colorado Danker Again Displays IllsFrlendihlp
Friendship for Fifth Ave Head WalterDENVER
DENVER Sept 12 Another evidence ofthe
the war friendship of Banker D M MoffatColorados
Colorados richest man for Thomas Gay
head waiter of th Fifth AVenue HotelNew
York is shownjby the
New I showny th purchase of aquarter
quarter section of choice land in Routtcounty
county near Steamboat Springs whichho
ho will present to Gay for a summer homeBefore
Before the formal presentation Mr Moffatwill
will fence the land erect a house with allmodem
modem conveniences arrange polo groundsgollink
golf links and a tennis court and make anartificial
artificial lake on tho tractMoffat
Moat baa befriended Gay before Justa
a year ago he took Gay with him for atrip
trip through Europe Gay bad been connected
nected with the Fifth Avenue Hotel forfortythree
fortythree years and Moffat had knownIifm
Iifm for ten years as a head waiter at thehotel
hotel when he proposed the European tripDied
Died While on Honeymoon JourneyWoncKSTKK
WoncKSTKK Mass Sept 12 Joseph MBasnet
Basset a wealthy manufacturer of woollenmachinery
machinery in this city died suddenly inParis
Paris France today aged 75 yearsof
He was o hi5 wedding journey with hil
second wife who WM Miss Anna L Phippeof
of New York to whom Jie was married onJuly
mane
July 27WniTR
21WIE
WniTR MTU AITXTMNAL EXCURSIONSTICKETS
TICKETS ON SALe Sept 1Mb to Oct 5th FUtflnnljf
0111b
TZCK1T nIy tnSO Inquire JN Y N II AlU UK
L
1 4 j > a
SWUNG NINE HOURS IN CREVASSEAlpine
Alpine Climber Finally Drawn to CafeMpot
Spot but Dies of InjuriesStictal
Stictal CaUl DilOilOt lo TUB SW
S MICHEL ns MAUBIBNNZ France Sept
12 Four Alpine climbers while returningfrom
from an l ont of tbo Aiguilles dArves onSunday
Sunday evening were swept by an avalancheof
of stones upon a glacier fifty feet belowAll
All were stunnedTho
The first to recover hla censes was a mannamed
named Malge who found two of hU companions
panions lying seriously Injured on the edgeof
of a crevasse of unknown depth In whichthe
the fourth climber a man orthe name ofQuesto
Questo was dangling by the rope withwhich
which the party bad been linked togetherThe
The accidental wedging of Cols rope In acleft
cleft alone saved all the men from fallingInto
Into the abyss of the crevasseQuesto
Questo who was suffering agony shoutedMy
My arms and legs are broken I am suffering
lng horribly Cut the rope and let modU
dU
dlll1Jalge vainly tried to haul him up andfinding
finding the others helpless b furthersecured
secured the rope and started to obtain aidIt
I was nine hours before he returned withhelpers
helpersThe
The rope bad not broken and Questowas
was found still swinging from It but he waaunconscious
unconscious and soon died after being rescued
cued He was known in Italy as a writeron
on Alpine subjects The others are recovering
ing
33 KILLED IN C 1 R WRECKlimitOn
limitOn Collision Between Regular andHarvetters
harvesters Excursion TrainsBUDBUBT
BUDBUBT Ont Sept 12 Thirteen personswere
were killed in th wreck of two CanadianPacific
Pacific Railway passenger trains near herethis
this morning Seven were killed outrightthe
the other six dying of their injuries sinceThe
The accident occurred near th village 01Chellfor
Chelmsfordjust Azilda miteswcrt
Chellfor just past Mld twenty mlel
welt of here at 1 A M The Winnipegeastbound
eastbound train wa due to puss a harvesters
ers excursion train at this point Theharvesters
harvesters train was already on the sidingwhen
when th regular from the West dashingalong
along at a high rate of speed camo up t
the station The brakes were not but failedto
t work and a a result the two enginescame
came together with a fearful impactThe
The first three cars of th harvesterstrain
train were almost demolished The sevenkilled
killed outright were in th first carAn
An official report issued at th officeof
of th C P R says th responsibility forthe
the accident baa not as yet been placedFINDS
FINDS fSO0Ht REWARDRailroad 3flatlroail
Railroad Kniployre ctvrs Cigar hex FilledWith
With Money to Woman OwnerWilliam
William Fenlon an employee of theNew
New York New Haven and Hartford Railroad
road at Port Chesterone day last week founda
a cigar box lying on the station platformHe
He took It Into the bagga ge rom and openedIt
It The box was packed with 100 billsAbout
About an hour later a well dressed womanriinbed
rushed Into the baggage room and aikedhim
him t he had seen a cigar boxWhat
lat did It contain asked FenlonThe
The woman answered Twenty thousanddollars
dollarsFenlon
Fenlon put his hand under the counterand
and taking hold of tho box full of moneyhanded
handed It to the woman Too nervous togive
give her name or even thank him the womanrushed
rushed out of the room and boarded a trainfor
for New YorkFenlon
Fenlon received an anonymous letteryesterday
yesterday morning containing a five dollarbill
bill and thanking him for his honestySIX
SIX CAIVAINS TO MOVECiiancrs
Change Ordered by kfl Itlnahani Raidlo
10 Have No SlctilfloanreSix I
Six police captains were shifted by Commissioner
missioner Bingham yesterday The transfers
fers wore for the good of the serviceand
g
and no special significance attaches t
any of them it is saidCapt
Capt James J Langan who for someyears
years commanded the Detective Bureauwas
was sent from tho East Eightyeighthstreet
street station house to City Island Heexchanges
exchanges places Trlth Big Bill HodginsCapt
Capt Dennis J Brennan of the Tremontstation
station house swap places with CaptJames
James McGlynn of the KIngsbridge command
mandCapt
Capt Thomas H Mannlon of the Morrisanla
anla station goes t the Gates avenuestation
station house Brooklyn shifting Jobs withCopt
Copt Michael FoodyThe
The transfers g Into effect at 8 oclockthis
this morningROOTS
ROOTS WELCOME IN PERUCordial
Cordial Speeches at the Ilanquet Given bythe
the Mlnliter of ForeIgn AttainSptcM
SptcM CaM ItitpMti to Tax RDMLiilA
LiilA Sept 12The banquet given t
Secretary Root and his family and staffby
by Foreign Minister Prado at the Union Clubcame
came to an end at midnight last night I
was a splendid affair and the speeches weremost
most cordialBeflor
Beflor Prado In his speech died an example
ample of the justice which characterizedthe
the policy of the United State toward Per
the return of the Lbs seal Islands t
Peru In 1852 when she recognized Perusright
right t them Mr Root in his reply sol
he was more pleased at this reference to anact
act of justice than he would have been at astory
story of 1 great battle won by mitryherlm
hero tornToday
Today Mr Root was elected an honorarymember
member of the University of Lima In theafternoon
afternoon he attended a garden party at theUnited
United States LegationTHREE
THREE HURT UNDER AUTOMachine
Machine Skidded and Turned Over Catching
Ins 1 but One OcrupantFLUSHING
FLUSHING L L Sept 12 Thren youngmen
men who were injured in an automobileaccident
accident at Whitentone today are in theFlunhing
Flushing Hospital They are WalterShultz
Shultz of 14 Central avenue Corona WilliamA
Shulz 1 WiimA
A Dooley of Chicago and Daniel Noble of
201 East Thirtythird street ManhattanWilliam
William T Swan of 283 Grand street wasDooleys
with the others but he escaped injury
Dooleys right arm is fractured Nobleis
I the worst injured His left arm and oneof
of his ribs are broken a shoulder Madeis
is smashed and his scalp lacerated ShultzIs
Is suffering from contusions and shockThe
The accident happened at Broadway andWhite
White street In turning rapidly intoWhite
White street the auto skidded and thenturned
turned over pinning down the three menwho
who injured Swan jumped and
were jumpd wasnot
not hurtHEWKTS
DEWEY WINES STAND FOR QUALITYWe
We malip Pure Wiln and Saline Idem naturally
H 1JewrY non Co 1IuioD St New YOlK
> fr 1
OHIO BOWS TO HER SENATORSDICK
DICK AND FORAKER GET EVERYTHING
THING THE ASKEDConvention
Convention Makes Their Indorsement FwsStronger
Stronger I Possible Than Tat Clveato
to Roosevelt Barton Faction HomedDirk
Dirk Holds State CbalrmanahlpDATTONOhloSept12
DaYtoN Ohio Sept 12Senators CharlesDick
Dick and Joseph B Foraker dominatedtodays
todays aesslon of th Republican Stateconvention
convention and carried their points Inwhirlwind
whirlwind styleThe
The recalcitrant faction led by Congressman
man Theodore E Burton of Cleveland andHarry
Harry M Daugherty of Columbus wasoverwhelmed
overwhelmed in every specific fight bothin
in committee meetings and on the floorof
of the conventionThe
T two Senators not only were commended
mended but they forced the conventionto
to Indorse them more cordially than it Indorsed
dorsed President RooseveltThe
The attempt of the Burton men to oustDick
Dick a chairman of the State executivecommittee
committee to which he was reejected lastnight
State central committeefailed
night bytho new Stte cntral commiteeral
failed by the vote of 673 to 285 This showedthe
th strength of the Senatorial alliance andthe
the Burton cohortsAll
All the State leaders made speeches bothon
on the motion to oust Dick al State chairman
man and on adopting tno platform Forakercame
came to the rescue of his colleague appealing
pealing to the delegates In these wordI
I I see no reason why a man who wasgood
good enough to be chairman for PresidentMoElnley
McKinley and who was unanimously chosenUnited
United States Senator should not now bogood
good enough to bo chairmanDaugherty
Daugherty tried to reply but ho washissed
hissed repeatedly and it won with difficultythat
that he made himself heard The organlration
ration delegate ran roughshod over theBurtonltea
Burtonltea and conceded them nothingThe
The Senators were Indorsed unreservedly
ly while Roosevelt wan commendedheartily
heartily The platform reads a followson
on the indorsement questionWe
We most heartily and without reserveapprove
approve and indorse our distinguishedSenators
Senator Joseph Benson Foraker andCharles
Charles Dick Ohios representatives Inthe
the Senate have ever held a commandingposition
position among statesmen of the nationand
and we glory in the conspicuous and effectivework
work of Senators Foraker and Dick inlegislative
legislative accomplishment and Republican
can leadershipThe
The reference t Roosevelt follows Wemost
most heartily approve and Indorse Theodore
dome Roosevelt and his administrationof
of public affairs Ills sagacity patriotismcommanding
commanding honesty and courage hlalofty
lofty ideals of public duty and of privatecitizenship
citizenship have won for him a uniqueplace
place In the confidence and regard of theAmerican
American peopleSecretary
Secretary Taft wan Ignored altogetheralthough
although h U an OhloanPrimary
Primary election reform popular Ic
I the selection of United States Senatorscorrection
correction of tariff abuses a constitutionalamendment
amendment t remedy evils and Inequalities
ities in the present system of direct taxation
ation the extension of the merit systemIn
In State and municipal offices and theelection
election of delegates I to State conventions
tions of th future by primaries or delegateconventions
conventions a a means t prevent boseismtljene
formThe these were the other features of th plat
formThe
The ticket nominated follows For 0
rotary of State Carmi A Thompson Lawrence
reno county Dairy and Food CommissionerRenlck
Renlck W Dunlap Pickaway countySchool
School Commissioner Edmund Jones Starkcounty
county member State Board Public WorksGeorge
George H Watkins Scloto countyDELEGATE
DELEGATE DROPS DEADPolice
Police Under llarburjtr Hilling eave AirMinns
Minns Body on Cro ileil SidewalkDuring
During the rush to the convention atCarnegie
Carnegie Hall about 730 oclock last nightwhile
while hundreds were crowding into thehall
hal and other hundred were being keptout
out bye Urge force of police under InspectorWalsh
Walsh Theodore B Mills 208 Hast Thirtyfifth
fifth street a delegate from the FourteenthAssembly
Assembly district who had stepped outside
side for I moment fell dead in front ofthe
the main entrance Apoplexy was th
causeMr
Mr Mills weighed more than 300 poundslie
lie had Just escorted bin daughter Mrs CA
A Homer of El Paso Tex in and foundher
her a seat Complaining of a slight dlzslneus
slneus he went out to the open air andwas
was convening with Mr Rose anotherdelegate
delegate A band was blaring red firewas
was burning everybody wan cheeringand
and there were 8 many evidences of enthusiasm
thusiasm that Mr Mills remarked to Delegate
gate RomThere
There id going to be a tremendous crowdhere
here tonightThen
Then lie sank down and die almostinstantly
instantlyThere
There was much confusion as under theinterpretation
interpretation of th law that CoronerJulius
Julius Harburger is trying to torO onthe
th police nobody may remove a bodyunless
unless authorized to do s by A CoronerA
A policeman was Bent to a livery stableand
and be borrowed t blanket which wait spreadover
over th body right where it lay on thesidewalk
sidewalk A cordon of police was thendrawn
drawn up around Hand dividing the throngright
right and left allowed the people to continue
tinue going into the hal
Coroner Acritelli wan reached after abouttwenty
twenty minute and h telephoned permission
mission to remove the body to the WestFortyseventh
Fortyseventh street police stationMr
Mr Mill was 07 yearn old He wan bornIn
In Axhtabula county Ohio and camej toNew
New York from Topeka Kan where howas
was a real estate operator Prior t tliathe
he operated in real estate on I large scale inEl
E Paso He was also concerned in landand
and mining operations in New Mexico andwas
was elected four times to the territoriallegislature
legislature Always active in polities liewas
was successively a Whig RepublicanGreenlxicker
Greenlxicker Populist Silver Democrat andrecently
recently an enthusiastic disciple of Mrthirtythird
c jlo
hearst I the Independence League l
bad offices at 2 Broad street Ho was athlrytblr
thirtythird degree Mason and a memberof
of the Knights of PythiasGarbage U
Garbage Diimlng Plant RebuiltStreet
Street Cleaning Commissioner Woodburyannounced
announced yesterday that the citys garbage
large burning plant on Barren Island whichwas
was destroyed by fire last spring had beenrebuilt
and would shortly be
rebuilt ready rforoperation
operation As a result it will no longer benecessary
necessary t dump the citys garbage ate
nelsar new plant I larger and betterand
equipped than the o which was buredad
and Improvement have been made whichwill
will prevent the residents of Rookaway
Beach being annoyed by the odors
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RICHEST GIRLS TROUSSEAV 430Rrrlha
Rrrtha Krnppi Vrry Modest Outlay forWedding
Wedding GarmentsSpirtal
Spirtal foil Dnpalch t Tau SuvBuanr
Buanr Sept 12Frau Krupp widowof
of the great gunmaker of Rosen and herdaughters
daughters Bertha and Barbara have justbeen
been here the object of their visit being t
buy tho daughters trousseau Notwithstanding
standing their immense wealth not morethan
than 1290 was spent for each outfit ThUmodest
modest outlay U quite in accordance withthe
the remarkable simplicity with which thegirU
girls were brought upSome
Some newspapers presumably sympathizing
thizing with the disappointed tradesmencriticise
criticise their expenditures aa being verymean
mean They contend that the possessionof
of riches demands proportionate expenditure
ture Frftuleln Bertha Krupp I the richestwoman
woman In Germany the being the principalheir
heir under her fathers will She is engaged
gaged t marry Gustav von Bohlen undHalboch
Halboch Under Secretary of the PrussianLegation
Legation t the Vatican Barbara Kruppalthough
although not nearly no rich aa her sisterla
I worth 13500000 Her nance la BoronTelo
Telo von Wilowskl son of the Governor ofPrussian
Prussian Saxony Neither bridegroomelect
elect is wealthyGIRL
Oll WINS IN LONG SWIMMUi
ills Vlolctt Defeats D Ilatrli Jr InNix
Nix Illle HaveMOUNT
MOUNT VERNON N Y Sept 22MissCorinne
Corinne Violet tho eighteenyearolddaughter
daughter of Atwood Violett a brokerwho
who is living for the summer at PelhamManor
Manor defeated Dennison Hatch Jr today
day in a match swimming race from theCountry
Country Club of Westcbeeter to GreatNeck
Neck L I The distance 0111J miles wascovered
covered in two hours and a quarter andconsidering
considering the strong tide at this pointthe
the time I oo
Miss Vloletta only condition was thatthey
they swim from the Country Club to GreatNeck
Neck point which is a treacherous pieceof
of water The couple started at 10 oclockthis
this morning followed by the clubs launchThe
The swimmers kept close together thelead
lead changing often Miss Violett won byseveral
several lengthsMRS
MRS MKINLEY ILLPretlilrnft
Presidents Widow Inable to Attend tnVflllnc
Vflllnc of StatueCANTON
CANTON Ohio Sept 12It won announced
nounced today that Mm William McKlnleyon
on account of Illness will not be able to attend
tend flip unveiling of the McKinley statueat
at Columbus next Friday at which MrsAlice
Alice Roosevelt Longworth will officiateMrs
Mrs Luther Day Mrs McKlnleya niecewilt
wilt represent herPULAJANES
PULAJANES KILL TWO MOREMake
Make Night Attack on Negro Regimentin
in jc > la III amiSAX
SAN FRANCMCO Sept 12A special deptcb
spatch received hero today from Manilasays
says that a band of Pulojanes In the inland ofLeyte
Leyte on the night of September 10 attackeda
a detachment of the Twentyfourt h Infantrya
a negro regiment and killed two andwounded
wounded eight of the soldiers Tho attackwas
was made the despatch said in revenge forthe
the punishment Inflicted upon the PulaJonea
jane after they had killed Lieut Treadwell
well of the Philippine Hut
The attack followed almot immediatelythe
the engagement in which Treadwell wankilled
killed Early in the evening the camp hadbeen
been rushed and at that time the Lieutenant
tenant fell The negro troops had gone tothe
the rescue and had driven the natives fromthe
the field and had encamped near the settlement
ment of Bar
Several hours later the Pulajancs returned
turned and fell upon the sleeping soldiersattacking
attacking them with bolo nit they lay illtheir
their tents After considerable difficultythe
the savage were driven offCONSPIRACY
CONSPIRACY ix FIUNCEFnrport
nrport That Police Have Pound Mat ofPullllrlan
Pullllrlan InvolvedSpreM
SpreM Cable DetpMch to Tim SlWPARIS
PARIS Sept 12A The Oil Ulan publishesi
a minor that a plot against the Government
ment has ben discovered Lists werefound
found containing the names of prominentpoliticians
politicians Involved in the conspiracyTho
The police areihIliiiK their residencesFEARS
FEARS MEXICAN OTflUE4KPresident
President 1017 Said to Ilavr Ordered 1
Saloons Clonnl on IndeprndrncV DayEbPABO
Er Iso Tex Kept 12To guard againstany
any drunken demonstration o Independence
dence Day Gov Enrique Creel hasordered thoMayor
Mayor ofvery city in Chihuahua t closeall
all saloons on Saturday afternoon at 2oclock
oclock and keep them closed till Mondaymorning
morning It L said that President Diazhas
word to all Governors to enforcethe
has sent won al Governor enorotb
the same orderWOODRUFF
WOODRUFF TO SEE PRESIDENTllrooklvn
llrooklvn Man Gels an Invitation to Oyitrrliny
linyFormer
ForznerLieutGoV Timothy Wood ruffthe
the leader of the Republican organizationin
in Kings county and who In a firm opponentof
of B B Odell Jr received an invitationyesterday
yesterday from President Roosevelt toluncheon
luncheon at Oyster Pay on SaturdayjAr
jAr Woodruff has accepted I tin thoughttlvat
tit the President Is anxious to talk overthe
the state of affaire existing in the ranksof
of tie Brooklyn RepublicansNOT
NOT GUILTY SAYS ROCKEFELLERStandard
Standard Oil Head All Demand SeparateJury
Jury Trials In Ohio CUr
FINDLAT Ohio Sept nJohn D Rke
feller through an attorney pleaded notguilty
guilty to all charge brought against himand
and tho Standard Oil Company In theFlndlay
Findlay courts this afternoonThe
The defendants in tho various casesagainst
against the pip lines all appeared throughattorneys
attorneys who edtered their pleas c
one demanded a separate trial by juryThe
The Connecticut Ready for CommlulonThe
The new battleship Connecticut yesterdayafternoon
afternoon was moved from dry dock No SIn
in the Brooklyn navy yard t Its old berthalongside
alongside the terry to the Cob Dock This
is the final dOng of the vessel beforefmn
going Ito omlon on September 2to
Per food law are good Burartfi V nflW IIs
I pure loalM upon b TWe Jtarnetti VI
TOtTB TO ATLANTA ACCO11ST
NATIONAL DENTAl CON VZNTJof8eptember
8eptember IIm Pennsylvania Railroad IulIman
II stain O IIO round trip BPeal
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FULL HEARST TICKET NAMEDRADICALS
RADICALS CARRY INDEPENDENCEIJHAGVE
LEAGUE CONVENTIONBOH
Ron and nn Managers Fee to Yield t
Their DemandsNo Dickering 1U
DernocratsAone Delegate CvwercrSuspect
Suspect TrapHearrt Makes aSpeeebFor 1
For Governor WIUJAU RANnou HEARST Iof
of New YorkFor JFo
For LieuteoantOovrnorLiwis BTOTOKANT
ANT CIIASTMI of DutchesFor
For Secretary of State Jonx S WRAUOCof
of MonroeFor
For Treasurer GKORO A Fuum o
JeffersonFor IFor
For Comptroller I W AnaL of E
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For State Engineer FRANK o
TompklosFor
For AttorneyQenoral Jouif FOOD of NewYork
Y ort
T convention of the IndopendeacLeague
League at Carnegie Hall last night n tnated
nated William Randolph Hearst for G
ernor a full State ticket adopted ar 5lutlon
lution refusing to fuse with the Democratsand <
and gave Candidate Hearst a wildly enthulatlo
thusiastic receptionThe
The business of the convention wastransacted
transacted in lass than fortyfive minutesand
and the rent of the time more than twobourn
bourn was used up in cheering and speechmaking
making Carnegie Hall was packed t thodoors
doors to the limit of the law and the policeunder iunder
under Inspector Walsh turned away bun
dreds of people who wanted t get a lookat
at the political circusThe IThe
pltcal crcusTbe
The adoption unanimously of the resolution
tion to turn down the proposition of Norman
man E Mack William J Conners and tbtother
other Democrats who wanted th Indepndence
pendence League to nominate Hearst onlyand
and keep the ticket clear for a dicker withtho 4the
the Buffalo convention was the biggestthing Ithing
thing which the convention producedMr
Mr Hearttt Max F Ihmsen Clarence JShearn
She r and others of tho Hearst leaderswho
who wanted to trade lo support with theregular
regular Democratic convention were overwhelmed
whelmed by tho sentiment for a straightticket
ticket and a purely independent fightThey
They took their defeat with the bestgrace
grace possible but it WAIl said last nightthey Ithey
they will make an effort anyway togetsupport
port from the Democrats by inducing someof
of the candidates to get off the ticket IfHearnt
hearst and his leaders have the nerve totry 1try
try that game it will certainly split theIndependence
Independence League wide open The delegatC
gates who got wind of tho proposed actiondeclared
declared that if Mr Hearst stood
Ielnrt 1lr lert Ito sponsorfor
for a trick of that kind they would votettquarely
squarely against himNext INeat
Next to the adoption of tho antifusionresolution
resolution the reception given toMe Hearstby
by the 1000 and odd shouters was the i
teresting feature of the final session Whenhe
be appeared at the psychological momentthe
the convention went wild with enthusiasmroaring
roaring yelling cheering marching andcounter
counter marching singing and lifting thoroof
roof with the volleys of Hearst HearstWilliam
William Randolph HearstImmediately IImmediately
Immediately after the convention theHearst
Hearst leaders Ihmeon Shearn and thoothers
others admitted that the nominations bythe
the convention were purely of sentimentalInterest
Interest The nominations will have to b
ensured by petition and Mr Ihmsen announced
nounced that th league would net aboutImmediately
Immediately obtaining the names necessary
saryThe
The leaders also declared that they hadno
no further Idea of making a dicker with theregular
regular Democratic convention to winsupport
support for the bead of the ticket Theysaid
said that they would abide by the actionof
of the convention but they insisted that itwould
would have been much wiser if the convention
vention had agreed to do business withthe
the Buffalo convention At the meeting ofthe 4tIit Jtho
the executlvo committee and of tho committee
Imile
mile on platform and resolutions yesterday J ftiny
day afternoon at tho Gllxey house theleaden
leaden endeavored to sidetrack the ant
funbn resolution but they hadnt a chancewith
with the overwhelming Kiitirnent againsttho
tho IdeaBIG Lnia
BIG CROWD OK BOOTEES TIIKHELong jlons
Long before 8 oclock the time net forthe
the assembling of the delegates CarnegieHall IHul
Hall wan packed and jammed with perspiring JIlg
lug humanity The commit had distributed fitrlblted
tributed tickets luviahly handing out general 1 Jpral
eral admission care to all who applied forthem
them The convention had KomethinK ofthe
the attraction of a circus for hundreds ofpeople
people who had read flf the wild scene justbefore
before adjournment on Tiujcday nightUthor
Other hundreds were relatives or friends or
the delegates Small American flags werepassed
1to
passed around and every body < was exhortedto
to get busy abd help out in tho cheeringIn
In frontot Carnegie Hall Inspector Walshwho
who woa in charge of the polO arrangements
ments had a big crowd tor handle Whenthe
the auditorium and packedto
auditorum gallrie were packe
to the limit the firemen and police called Mhalt
halt and hundred turned
hunred were turn awayThese
These amused themashrea Jn the streetwatching
watching tho moving pictures thrown on awhite
white screen at Seventh avenue and Fiftyseventh
seventh streetjAnd by cheering wolJknownleaguers
strtJ
leaguers aa they entered the halhDuring
During the waib for thoipenlng of th
convention th delegates and visitorsmade
made a terrific racket cbeeringrfilowingfish
fish horns and tin vhUtlea marching
fsb hora an t whitls mrchg upand
and dow aisles and singing ia chorusthef
thef put tunes the band played Waltins
> t > tbo Cub a favorite tunof thoIndependence
Independence Leaguers was played a downtunes
tunes by the hard working band and everytime
time It a played tho crowd rang th
chorus 7bo t > and switched to I DontKnow
Know Wbererlm Going But InT On MyWay
Way and > tig laugh started up Jt h
off tho feeling of the crowd exactlyThere
There woro than 10the
Ther 1 znora women men athe
the galleries and they enjoyed the convention
tion horse play and rough fun hugelywaving Iwaving
waving flags handkerchiefs and eventheir Jtheir
their bts It appeared as 1 there were fivewomen fWomen
women to every man in the galleriesAt 4
At a carefully chosen time a dozen NewYork
York county delegates entered the hallholding I Iholding
holding Aloft a big picture of CandidateHearst 1hearst
Hearst Then the bowling crowd wentdaffy Cdaffy
daffy and yelled and shrieked until it wadout Jout
out of breath The adherents of LewisStuyverant IStyent
Stuyverant Chanler of Red Hook fairlyplastered 1
plastered the hall with piwteboanU radII
lag Hearst and Chanler They had anAfter f 4Aftir
uthat j
Aft all Ushers Ibo Stolenthat
that nude tbt highball tstnouivftis A
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