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Inn oltlenalkn Mere If Avenues nUN IInn IInrdn0lu IInnNun 1lnlClIII
Nun III llsillalnrs lItlllnOIllIII n dI uirfomelau Officially m l B 1 tine OnlI > ni niII
l II I I It Tell IIIIU a oM4 44 4 Earl > laM M Nlaht NlahtIr Ihl IhlII h hIr
Ir mtest of tIwrnrmet4ra thermometer n yester yesteri
i ett t leel tubes Iul wen w e m ahead bjus bj hyr byto
us r to t six degree 11 rc 1p 1 in the Ih air allwnild airlIhl airwdd
wnild lIhl liko Ilk to breathe but can canf an
f stunted growth the th Herald Goronvmoritiry Heralder Kn Knrury
moritiry er rury ury disappointed the th ooatlesi ooatlesiieI 0011 ooatlruIrl
ieI down in the th caAons by rngin rnginj
j tu n M UK t most fervent mood Just JuslI
I nn degreelk degree h green greennapesed
lk napesed hap < otied at 3 in h the Ih afternoon afternooni
i eti 11 the th mont conservative street streett trtelwIN
t r motors wIN in the th shade pointed tt ttI to toI
I le 1 trt and iHiino In the sun W1 meordei meordeit rtCOrd1lllIrl
t irattim lllIrl of mom than inn innl imrat
l rat i mural + und explanation nf the differ differIIWIMI differtw litrrII
IIWIMI tw II the air aloft and the th air alla airwas
i was a the stored heat In tie Ih tone stomn tonean
IOn n + iMhall ti halt nnd Iron and steel alone aloneh alonlhI
h hI h > thn Ih wanderer in the valleys alte have havI haetn <
I tn r n The Th pavement and wall just jusia
a ar ve f them war wt OA 11 radiators You Youmud You011I1 Youtnuil
mud r Me the air vibrating and foe II Itae li liK
K 1 ae > gushed hNt up from the th nidewalkn IrM In InI Inelewlese
M elewlese I HIMI geysers geysorsho geysersIho yr
Iho 1 ho official thermometer did what whalt whatwa
t wa v epecto ntpecuai I > eckll < l of it But how delightful dellghtfutre dell delightfultrwthtng hlful hlfulIrHlhtna
tre IrHlhtna thing wan up In the twentieth twentiethtory twentiethtoryh storj storjih ator atorto
to ih h a breeze dashing through open openvmdowi openIndo openndow
vmdowi Indo at a rate varying between six sixn sixen
en n And eighteen mile and coming IEa in innll Ina
a itiil nll puffs at a twenty tnt mile clip cllplh
1 11 h germ u mad the th heat quite bearahlo bearabltn bearahloawn
n rn I < n places < along the Long Islam Islamho laIndII
ho e uude i II < l > and on the Ih hillsbut It wo nol noli nutInr
i Inr iir 1 < n good od in the tenement districts or 01f orh orr
f > he h business hullin street str of tho city cityireInns clt cltrNllln cltymahmg
ireInns rNllln that helped bt > lptod to make event even enhnl
t i radiated heat not so overpowering overpoweringff
ff w the Ih t moderate humidity humidityi
i Irf f among nmon the sufferers Iulr were w the thee thTh
ii n The Th ambulance of the Society Societyr
f r + he 11 1reventlon of Cruelty to Animal Animaliere Animt1tIII
ere er going 1tIII from S3o 311ln In the Ih morning until untilr
r IT enskatnight fj k at night furnuthing fmrnfahingrelief rvlief toover tooverY tomrInoOd
Y < InoOd ned beast wlll Even t n a moderate loud loudI
e I I i ten i on the asphalt on which the wheel wheelwas wheelswas
< was 118 too much for any but the moei mtraft moeirout
rout 111 horses ho They went down bye by hyman
s e NN many man dying despite the th gallant gallantrtn
e rtn rt 1 of the Ih society I < < > cltty men JI < n to save them themfe
fe r r big hi dark hors b that fell 11 > 11 in front ol olin orII ofq1
in II duo c office om was II > laltored over tw 10 twoIra i
1 Ira 11 while three policemen I > one nn mounted mountedS mountedrreel
S ere rreel l the throngs Ihrnn bound brldgcwanl brldgcwanlk
k iv y from the th circle of onlookers watchthe watch watchH tlh tlhhe
> H the orenaliUn Rattle for the dark darkirnes dukn
t > > rues n < ell life Dousing with IIh palls of Old oolrtit Boldrier Oldt1r
it rier t1r r lea I on the bend and a veterinary veterinaryv
v lection eo < tlona were all unavailing unavailingMHY unaallinaImy
MHY h v the flf a t thr V r rhlldrtn iMren of the th Fost vol Sid Sidtit SidM aidwent
went tit around the Ih streets tr t without even flV flVt u uA ueettnde
eettnde < A t Unto for a 1 f file g leaf Thouandh Thouandhon
Pt t on roof and lire escapes MI f and the thulurks IhuIrk thewrka
lurks wora orn or used a III dormltorie dormltorlNulldlr under the thef thtIon
f mlon Ion of the th police policetime poll polltlm policea
a time in the afternoon storm Btorrni IomIn
i aN In the southwest and aet aetI < t ti tI
i it I iii a > llotet tct nearft nearJnoush > nough to the city to toi toIjl toardehewpatlhermMto
i a ardehewpatlhermMto 11 h weather men to hear the thun thunfir thunrIr thundr
fir nuitturingo They wasted WIU what cool cooli coolu < <
i u they 11 may have had on place plA over overn overItey
n Itey y witv w The prrjphets P prc pbe phetai promise prom 1M no re ref
f today I > d eTcept 1I < e11 perhaps some A mehowl mehowlha1 showers showersv
Nv v have l been en right two days hand handr
r ng and maybe we will 11I have the thwa Ih IhI
a wr
I a c clock last night the official ther therc
c r waters I hod dropped to 81 81at 81alud tlirat
< rat at aued > more mo dlstreu in New Newt ew ewday
> t Miiy day than it did on Sunday SundayirH RlndaThau
irH A hocaum poopln were re workingeM4 working workingerri
erri < < And had to keep at It no matter matteriiv ratterlv
iiv 11 they felt Them Th were thirteen thirteenif
if in n Manhattan Richmond and Th ThI Thet
I t i whO ho were ern fr badly enough off to need needii
M ii < i aid from the hospital ho plti I The TheI
i h had d records orM of no deaths owing owingtv
tv t v lo heat prostration pmstratlonhIlowing prostrationfllowinK prolmtlonrllo
fllowinK rllo Inlt tn I the th Hit HitH lIta1
H ari llIrm ermine 33 year old of 233s 335 335Utii M Mt
> s then street 1 Hn If was w taken from fromrw rromand fromand
rw t and Boston road The Th Bronx Bronxi
i I Mrrn rn Hotptal Hotptaln If O1pl tll I In
> n 1 III r years Y old of 10 Host rutt in7th in7thh
I > h I < was W a M taken lak earn of nt 17 tAt ljitlr Eaststretandwauah1010gohome
t stretandwauah1010gohome stretandwauah1010gohomer lr Irt t IUd won WIUtuhl able to go It < > homo homoMitthnws homatlhew
r SL Mitthnws of III East at Hith 1isthIfe Hitht
t He H was all taken sick IIlekU at lOrtth 1 lh street Btrwtii UII
ii I inghon hKion nvenue A lool nlianrmn nlianrmnr iolic < irian irianf
r f d t a which hn h took from an Ice Icef II
f r d < t rUed tte I him up enough no f > l that thatI
I K 1 home l eforn > eor an ambulnnre ambulnnreMn nmhllml1lIr
e Mn ilrrue Ir lie 1 38 years old of 332 332i
+ i iv tvheal y ttiiid street Ho II was QII taken takonfhirl Inknt
t t r C fhirl avHiiuo uu r to Bellevue line llonI
M 1 4 Murphy irphy II yearn old Id of Canal Canali Cannlrey
i rcy i ray ny If Hi wan taken from fromM
M 1 flan ratsn1 end 111 of r i tie he h Brooklyn Bndgo Bndgot
t F ttret tret hpitalluarln bonpltal bonpltalunion hpitaI
I luarln union Kl yearn old of 3 3wt t4I II III <
I wt i st 1 New Bnghton Htaten Htatenwun
4e 11 ell 1 taken kn to Smiths In Inl Inter
l ter r 75 yearn ta old of 189 189klvn Ift lrK lrKIyn Ilergen Ilergens
s klvn H He wo taken from fromi fromhld
i hld > M 1 ittitmtn strte + ts Manhattan to toiU ton
r n t h I spittl spittleL pli pliIlo
iU VI yearn II old Id of 3 3I 3roa JII II rood OrolUla roodi
w a i tak takin n care a fIr f at I 070 Broad Itroadw
> w at tI b tn KO home homeMiirtR hamil hometiturt7
MiirtR il 1ft 7 1 a lawyer 27 7 years yrl1 old oldi
i ril Irk WI Vi > t Me II was Ate at atllr IllII
e lie II > Iay H < way und wan > able torr to toi
i rr r is I yeare > eam ra old d of 211 11 I Ikllll Lee Leektvn A < P Pklvn
klvn She wiu attende all < nd1 < l III IIIan1 atnwt < K Kn
n nwt l and Went nl home homeh <
h 32 years y old Idor of 42 Victors Victor Ietorih
K Him ih was taken nick lck on ohfn onJ
fn 11 J > l evated al 11 station at 1 West Wested VM VMii t
ii ed 11 I fret ti t and was a removal movo tL t tI tk
I L el iul iulv tl tlk
v k wsky i ky k 21 2 I years Yo fid Id of 2V1 2V1nn 2Mt
> nn t 1 Hhe Hh Wilt proMtratot proMtratotinr rOlltral1v
inr v Plum unit wan it lied up upi uprid
rid > 11 i r < > home homefi hmI
fi < l miii a taken nick lk nt no noin ft eni
in 1 II h KM II wrfK romovml to Hi HtII HiHHMtil
HHMtil II eIrt I Mn II didnt recover recoverittni recoverstll
stll ittni tI ntly to tell who wholime who11n whoIVhIIng
11n IVhIIng lime Wfr r con cnnidrahl cnnidrahlI idt rably rablyi
i 10 were r mi 1 deaths attnb attnbtliem aunhn
n I > ve < ul 1 there b lIm being intt of cbll cbllhinc chllhone chlI
I < hone IIAllhr1 llr lthrul Mummer Drink DrinkI PI PIInh
I r rr i urn Imrh Imrhvr Inrh Inrha
a vr r < u isn PulUn rI il i S V
dren under a yoar y old There Th Vem wrre rtv rtvca flee fleecase y
ca case e of heat prostration prostrationAhixandor prontratlouAlnxandjr PfOCIlratlonItxnnd
Alnxandjr Itxnnd Hill is years old of 33tl 33tlNimtlwnth 33Ntii 33 s1NIII
Ntii Nimtlwnth < > li enth < street Brooklyn died a ahom at athorn athum
horn from the th effects rrld of the heat heatThe heatThe
The 111 CUM fI of prontrntlon IIrOottmtlnnI IIrOottmtlnnPmnk were wereKrnnk wereFronk
Krnnk Htrnibltons 2fl yearn r old o oJ3f or or23114I of123iW
I 123iW J3f 23114I i S s41Ot1d oond avenue Mnnluiitnn He wa wataken weetaken 1 1takn
taken from the fool of Noble street streetIYilliamhurg
I WillUnnburic to the Ih Kvilnrn 11 District DistrlcMlMplMl Districthllspull
MlMplMl MlMplMlMury hllspullMbery
Mury lctII > Ic < ixll VJ > 3 ynnrs okl no h home hlmIi homeShim nv nvHh
Hh Ii Shim WA Wl < found nt Heave plie 1 rind Fart FartSeventh RMISeventh
Seventh IYtth Mtrv street In1 t pid 11 wi WI was taken 1kl to gi QIOn QIOnetluy Qrenauuly > > ii iiunlv <
etluy auuly > unlv IlvMpitt IlvMpittDIVII 1iI 1iIlavll lluepllal1tvei
DIVII lavll StnnnH Simu K n I AS year of old of 531 531Ix 23Irnr1 I Itnt
Ix Irnr1 onrd Ntn tnt > et Ho 10 war w i taken tlln from Irm 10H 10HConey 1017c1Y 1ot7Ctwusy
Coney c1Y Island Islnd nvcniie nVln to the Quenim QI Count CountIliwpitnl CounlIIpllll CountyI1spstol
Iliwpitnl IliwpitnlAndrew IIpllll IIpllllntlr I1spstol1ndliw
Andrew ntlr Seta z of 71 North Oxford Ullt street streetHn Illt IlltI streetIfs
Hn I wv W taken tk nick In front of the Ih Adam Adamintnxt Adam1011 Adamstreet
street police 1011 station and win WII ante hlo to CO COhomr gohome i ihomo
homo homoThorns homr11aom homeThomas
Thorns Hullivan Hllyan 433 lUnt It Kiftywvtm Kiftywvtmstrenl Fiftysecondstreet iY nd nd11f
street Hn 11f w was a < taken tlM from in front rrot o oJ70 or
270 Hohwrmnrhorn hnrhom street Itrt lo Cumberlanc CumberlancStreet lmlrlnd lmlrlndltrrl mamherhndStreet
Street ltrrl HonpiUl HonpiUlIndirectly 101111 Iineplttlindirectly
Indirectly Jndill thin Ih h ht vt wo tho mil muss u ol oloiliermtiwItiM ofothennnuult
oiliermtiwItiM 0111 uu1 I Ices in Manhattan Llnl1tan 1 Vounenten Vounentenwnnted ollrtpl onngsterewanted
wanted wAnte to t get jl away IWO from the heat of in indoom Indor indoors >
doom dor so I they went t to playing on o fin ereewtpw finnncap nrfttrI
nncap trI o and 111 onie mt > of them thlm fell rf1 off or Ont Ontof Onor Oneof
of them wai WI Mike il Letter 8 tyor years old ol who whif whorail whofall
f rail ll from rr m the era n escape HpAtG ntoos First avenue arnnuand avenueand fU fUnd <
and nd fractured rmctllr hl his skull kul He was wa taken t tRntlevuo tn tnIIrlo toBellevue <
Bellevue IIrlo Hospital HoipitalMary 10Jll HospitalMary
Mary Iar Austen n of 0 Ilop Hope street lrNt Williams Williamsbiirj Wiiam Wiiamburg Williamsburg
burg overcome orotle by y the Ih heat yesterday yesterdayfell yhray yhrayr1
fell r1 from tho station tat Ion plaUon platform of the th Fulton Fultotstreet Fulon Fulontrt Fultonstreet
street trt elnvated 11111 line In In Ilrooklyn Irokly to th thtruck thIdot the thetracks
truck Idot at Iltkln Ilkln and Van n Slcklen Hlklln avenues avrnuenA aeUe
A train was WI approaching IIrohln the Ihttla IhttlaYO11 station statlimA
A young YO11 man ln in a light l < h suit 11 of clothe clothmjum rlotbjlml1 clothejumiwrl
jum jlml1 > ed to the Ih tracks I rck grasped nulf the I I uncomcious un unconscious unclou
conscious clou girl KIll and drew her out Ot of danger dangeiJust danKrjllit dangerJust
Just aa 1 the train panned pl by byTho byThe y yTo
The To girl Irl was W lifted urll to the station Inlnll plat platform Jlat Jlatron platform
form ron and removed movtl In an ambulance mhulnr to tcHrodford toIImdror toBradford
Bradford IImdror Street Hospital 10ptnl She Rhl was wa later lateralolo lateiablo latlr latlrlboto
ablo lboto to go 10 home homeKAN hmntKANU borneKANA
KAN KANU CITY n JulyS Judy S The Th Government Governmentwtnther Oovmmtntwtr Governmentweather
weather wtr o observer > sennr reports ln n temperature temperatureof temperi t mptrtI11 mptrtI11or ttm ttmof
of lot degrees d rf this afternoon mrtlmon It was 4 the thehottest Ihfholt thehottest
hottest holt clay ray of the year yearKIT Yfr YfrIT yearIIEIT
For or Maude nhl at It tn n > Rate Think Tlnk Health HealthDepartmentsKtalUtlelan 11lh 11lhtUeUeln healthDepartment
Department DepartmentsKtalUtlelan DepartmentsKtalUtlelanSventi tUeUeln Nlstktlelantrenten tUeUelnHnln
Sventi Hnln n jiernon Jln died diP from sunstroke nunntrokenM Iuntok IuntokIn
In last nM vr week < k and IV 1 from violence ioln which whichcconlip whIchacnln whichaceonhnq
acnln aceonhnq cconlip i < I > the th oHlciaU onlI of lciala of lh the Health HealthI lealh lealhUtIrtnnl HealthIeartrnenl
I UtIrtnnl Ieartrnenl > rttnc > nt was wa due du in a large Ir in measure measureto a Aure ura urato
to the Ih beat Dunne lrilll the Ih same week Ok a ayear ayr ayear
year ace or when whn the th t weather wa not K Ktorrid 1 1torrll sotorrid
torrid then were n only onl three th death from fromnimniroke rromlnlrok fronnsuusurake
nimniroke lnlrok and u nlnetyonn fromviolence fromviolencewinch rro from violenoe violenoewhich lolenC lolenCwblch
winch include lulld casualties tuIlt of all 1 kinds kindsI
1 believe hliv we w have jviwd 11 fwisw d the Ih culminat culminating ¬
tog 11 point Iolnl In the th death war among lmon In lnfnntr Inrani infants <
fnntr rani Dr Ir nuilfoy 01110 ntatitUcian of thvHealth the IhoH theHealth
Health H alh Department l > nm nald NII yesterday yecterdayKven yesterdayEven Ima ImaIvn
Even Ivn the thin renewed n1 hot spell f1 will wi hays bVf no noappreciable noalpclahll noappreciahln
appreciable alpclahll effect lrt Upon the Ih babies 1 1think Ithink 1think
think Only the Ih mom muf robust rhut survived survivedtha urY
the last It hot spell 11 and d they lhy will wi probably probablyIK
IK I able hl survive to ur this one onnLan OMLt oneList
Lan Lt weeks k total totl of Ml I 3 death Ifih among amongInfants Aronc AroncInaIA amongInfants
Infants from illaiilliFUl 1 Ird tRtualM dhl Wafir Wafirfur a iT T Torcnt
orcnt fur 1 cent nl lew 1 than tha u the th total of orh the pr prICle prIClek previous previousweek vlout vloutweok
week k Only Onl 691 8 1 children chldrn under 5 jt years yearsof > arn arnof 4
of r whom 171 S wTn w wrefurder > r imd mtr r I year di diI1t diod diodtut < Hl HlUn
Un I1t weak WI During Dllr1 the th prr lrt precding > llni lnc weak d31 th thn IhnctVf lha lharespective >
n respective nctVf > total rtl wr 7 7M 1 and d JSJ JSJKvery 33 33Every J Jtr
Every tr numnvr lmmr we Imvj thl this p IHrioi noi of oflartfti orl oflarge
large l infant mortality morlllly but this year A it itcatnn I itirrsrl
earns l in I July whereas last year r It i > otiirr irrsrl > l lin
in 1 August I UI That i is why last weeks total totalof ttl ttlor totalof
of 111 apt 01 deaths Ia h among aronlchlln children un Ind under > l > ir s ye year yearwa > ur urwn r rwa <
wn wa 70 greater fIlr than for ro the same week wnoka
a year yoar ago MO the th 521 under ln < r I years yn 78 greater grratnrand greaterand atnr atnrand
and the KB under 5 yearn a from lrm dlarhoot dlarhootdlI diarrhoral diarrhoraldiseasesla dlarrh < rnl rnldiM
diM dlI diseasesla > a es f9 r greater greaterTh treaterThe Ir IrTh
The Th total tolll number nlmhr of death in the tl city cityln cty ctyIIt cityInut
Inut ln IIt t wMk k wa < IU2 I or 0 127 1 mar hlr than Ian lateyear la Ianv it itwar
war v and nIl th the rats was 17 171 1 1 In 1909 IP 0 the thePit therot therate
Pit rot rate wa < 10 111 A17 17 per > r I II 100 02 of papulatlon papulatlonThm PtPllt popul tlan tlanrlre
Thm TI1r war nil d deaths ath In II f IMmllll tenements nnm nti and andW7 andbt1 nd ndin
W7 in lnitiliinon Intllton Scarlet Sarll fever caused tu tudlal
9 deaths dlal pnemm iti Hmla umi > iui 11 lrrd < n a decrease de n of
13 1 and Ald tuborculoni SIFilth 51 51run I IfI
run ox fI nntntKi nntntKiitartrtl ImlI S nI18 nI18tarlt RIf111GF RIf111GFMartel
itartrtl hy b Some n lines On Clsjarette nr Hull Hullsnd Uu Uund lullnd
snd nd third lnl to Hese4i Hese4iKomeboily f fmlOJy KraliSomebody
Somebody mlOJy dropped dropp a cigarette 1 from fromth rrm rrmth fromthe
th the promenade of th thO Brooklyn Bridge Hrldgnlat Urd
lat 11 night nllh ut II alx about > ut 12 I o clock oIK1 It I mt mtfire retfire 1 1lre
fire lre to 1 the th planking plnklnt of the th north nCrth roadway roadwayand IdwyInd
and Ind th the < firemen mn had bd a rough roulh time Ur getting gettingat c inR inRAt
at the blare bl1I which was wabul about two hundred hundredfeet hlnd1 hundredfeet
feet 1 east t of o the Sow York tower at I III IIIManhattan the theManhattan IhlMnhaan
Manhattan Mnhaan end nIl of the h bridge bridgeTile hrld hrld111t brWgeThe
Tile 111t firemen frfmln who ho cams 11m on a still Itl alarm alarmtore ala alator alarmtore
tore tor up the th first ft layer of pier plerking king kin Thenthey Then Thenthey Tr Trthv
they climbs clmhcd i over the th bridge bndl rciling rrlnl tiro tirolet and andlet 1 d
let themselves down upon the steel girders girlemof
of the Ih bridge hrlcRo They took a light hone honewith ho howith ho howith
with them aryl arr attacked atak I the > tire II from fromunderneath fromrow1 fromunderneath
underneath A crowd of pa I posescatty posescattywatch mTby mTbywatch hy hylcll
watch lcll I what wan going Iol on from the theirotiHIia Ih IhIOI1IU theproulenu
proulenu irotiHIia to to1e e eM
M II I rtn lI I h 11 i 1 h n InUI u i ivs SS I CLOTH LflT I Ih II EY1ett us usutl
1ett utl u tllle + I JillliresUer llrlurn la lalork Ncw Ncwfork N Nuk
fork uk and ul U I irrmlnl hrtlCl mill 11 III Ile Mile MileA lr lrlanhaUnn
A Manhattan watcliinitker al1muker Ray Ity K KIliggllin KIIIIUCil KIliggins
Iliggllin IIIIUCil who whl lli the > Ilr taliro xln of II Iottsville Ia Isiay Iamy
my rscuiest nncu > < l from rrn the Ih Iottavilln Potvl county countyall countyjail Int IntJai
Jai jail all after hm h arrest there th on a grand grandlarceny grandlarceuy rnd rnd1rny
larceny 1rny charge ehau f by II donning connilK womens womensclothes womnsdolh womensclothes
clothes and Inc walking wlkinl out the front frnt door doorof dooror doorof
of the Jail j1 with a group Irup of women uml visitors visitorsto vllon
to the th jail jll won a arrested here yesterday yneterdayliy YNIry YNIryI
liy I DctnctiviM l > Hyiiian 1mall and Polling Colllll of ofHeadquarter 01Ihqulr of11eadquarterw
11eadquarterw Headquarter Ihqulr The T ditwtiven dI found Hig HigRins flg Hlggin
I gin ina and his hi wife at 325 i 3 Third avenue nvimwMrx avenue3lrw Ylnuu
Mrx 1 Higgins IKlml is charged chr < l with wih awtlnting aIlln her herhusband hrhuhan1 hertusltsnd
husband to Oscars entaimIliggma Pal PalthUl OscarsIliggins
Iliggma thUl nl wan a arre areetd arrested led on limn 111 in lam lamin 11
in lilt rooms rm in an n apartment rYrmPI hounn hou muse at atI at217itidldenavenue
I 217 217itidldenavenue 1 t7 udiibonavenutf uduhon Ivnu The Thllrl charge against againstHlKgins againstlltggiuie KalnlllJlt
HlKgins Jlt is wa th h larceny harClv of al itllt ahaut oiit 33o 33oworth ioti iotiwurth 1 1wulh
worth of watches waI from rrm his hi Pottnvilte Pot m rnj mplor mptover
j plor lover Villlam Wili II I Mortimer Mortimerpie Iorlnor IorlnorI
I Th pie New SOW York or police ple sent lt lligginn 11rlin backI back
10 I Ioltnvillo Iolhyin for trial tral When word of ofb orh ofh
h s i cats cume am yesterday It I was learned Inarnndut Irl
ut tli > Audtilxin aIm address ddr that hn hnHint hI hesod
Hint 11 hi I hits wife i had l Ierl > ni l there th on Iltdy IltdyAlilhal Sunday Sundaynnil smrlaymulti
multi that sortsIrunkswere noim trunks wem wr removed movo from fromtheir Irom11lr fromI
11lr I Alilhal their loom fI yn yesterday rday I By y tmcliiR tnclnl the thntrunk th thtr thetrnnts
II yrcy
trunk tr t 111 the ie detictlvi1 found rnll the I ootipln ootiplnMr lupllr4 coup coupMrs
Mr lr4 < Hlgniiin IIIRII innini inlh1 < l that sh she h never neverIllll nvtr nvtri neverhri1
i Illll hl1 lieen in 1uttsvillJar IotttVllln IotttVlllnJsrk 101111 101111ohnn
Jar Jsrk Jobn ohnn n sn cwt < l UN I Car In Trouliln TroulilnKnlll Touhl TouhlI TrouhMAgain
I Knlll Againlmrk Knlllluek
luek rk lohnnoli Jhln luhtta d wn 1 > srnstct arr > > ite > l again yen yestenlay yenlerday YN YNIrday
lerday for olmtrurllnic ultrlllIIII radio I with wih hix hixiiulitnobile hi hilaIIII hieuulomnpile
I iiulitnobile laIIII thin Ihi liini 111 bocnuni IMaIU hi his car carHtop cr crnfIM carshysvl
shysvl Htop l In the th middle miMI of the thf roadway roadwayin rldwyIn
in bail nfIM Thirtvfourth Thirrrnurh street He I gave Inv ttno ttnohail tl 100 100bail
ArlANT T IIUtMIMIIAMMKMrill Itlt IlllntTMiIIAW11ENrlllsnarannah UAKHtUI rut rutynnah < l lUTnnh
narannah UTnnh nA JAr Jeessoartlle onrlll Tamp Obt ObwvUon ObwvUonCa rv lloo llooC
Ca Car C r Through ThroIlh Mwp hlerpen In Klerirle II fbu f Bt and n < l tfjn tres1s tfjnl e eI
1s l Ir Ids I M tials U Sr 4eaboard Inbr bo4nl 1utL1bU Air Ir Un le MM 16 U Dsay DsayIds a aIr jr
Wi Will Even R1n Pat Pt film fI on the Reoohutln ReoohutlnCmmtttee Re RHIU RHIUCmllN otetlB otetlBrmmlle
rmmlle CmllN Where br lie le Can an n Fight Fsht r rI rCt fr frCmtty
Cwsnljr Ct Option Plank Dk and Will ca Glyn GlynIltm tn tnHint
I 911 n Wi
Hint 11 the Flow F sf r the Convratloa ConvratloaI tonvretluOnawD oY811 oY811I
I I On OnAo AND ISLAND Nob oh July Jul 25 23Thumb 23Thumbare Thumb Thumbore Tumb
ore Ir certainly Cr4lnl down for W J Bryan Brya among aO
I the Ih delegate delolt to the Ih Dnotocretlo lmonto Stall flle flletnftlon Stateconvention Stallconvention
convention tnftlon which mn meets ls here he tomorrow tomorrowTho tomor
The To men mfn over whom hor Bryan has ba lorded lordncit lorl
it for twenty year 1 have ha now got lt him hlrrdown himdon himdown
down and they Ihf am a prepared pp to keep him hlnrthere himtbelt himthree
there thereIn tbelt
In the window windowI of htuineehonare biuine hlln houses bOI then thenam thtr thtrA thereare I
am A picture plctur of all U the Ib candidates ndldtN and andINdor andleaden nr nrloader
loader INdor of the party py but not a single lnllo on onof onor one oneof <
of William WIUm J Bryan Iryn I le to bo b seen n In Gram GramIiland Onllnd GrandIsland
Island llnd tonight tonightHo I
Ho H confident onOdtnt are re the leaders ledn of the thiopposition tboppilon theopposition
opposition oppilon that they tbe nave bv Bryan beaten bewterthat bttn bttnthat beatenthat
that they have hy decided c ldt that hn shall shalliave shallhave b1
have haveeyery every opportunity oppruniy he boant want to sway swajthe IaT IaTIhe swaythe
the convention conventon his hi way Ho I will I even evenbe en enb evenby
be b put fut on the th committee commite on resolutions resolutionsa Iutlon Iutlona
a position pIUon be ha b had in the Htatn con conventions cn cnvonloll conventions ¬
ventions vonloll of the last la twenty year YM and andhe andhe nd ndh
he h will wi have ba an opportunity opprunltT to Introduce Introducehis Intruc
his county llnty option resolution fluilon both bth In the thicommittee theommlU thecommittee
committee ommlU where her It will wl b be killed klf and andon ad andon I Ion
on the Ih floor for of the convention tnvnton to which whichhn whichhI whichhe
hn hI will wi appeal prli it itAntiBryan ItAntl
AntiBryan AntlnJ Antl Drywn men tonight Ionlab are claiming claimingthat claimingthat lmlnc lmlnctht
that tht CM of the th M3 delegate are an ready fdy t tn tnTot tovote < i ivote
vote Tot against Alalol Bryan Drl and county optionalthough option optionalthough oJIlonathoulh
although athoulh only onl 475 45 of these th delegate dkpt are areInstructed areInstructed rD rDInt
Instructed Int rctl against Illnt Bryan BryanBut Dnnnllt BryanBut
But Bryan ryan in I not going to din dl easy easyAll PY PYAU easyAll
All the tb delegate agree 1 on that lht point pint and andC ad adW andC
C W Bryan Irau W J Bryan ryln brother confirms con confirm CD CDfr ¬
firm fr that tht belief hlr Mr Bryan says saysMy MYIy saysMy
My Iy hrther brother will wi Insist lnlat on the conven convention oVf convention ¬
tion adopting loptln a county option ofton plank plnk Hfhas Hf I Ilehas
has h not prepared pnput n 1 sot It speech h on the sub subitet ub ubjert uhJ
jert J but will wi fit fl this IhI arguments arlmlnt to the con condition rn rndlUon conditlone ¬
dition dlUon as a he h finds fnM them when he faoe raO tho thoconvention thonyrnton theconvention
convention nyrnton Mr M Bryan ha ha not given aln up upthn upthe I IIb
the Ib fight flh by h any man meannMr mank meansMr
Mr k Bryan Drn has ha not reached fhl Grand Ord Island Islandbut Ilnd Ilndbut sandbut
but will I arrive here tomorrow toDrrow morning morningIlls mominlCii
Ills ii force rom won n I point 1 > Int tonight tnl h by bysecuring loyI bysecuring
I securing the Ih largest lr t hall hal In I town tm and andadvertising andarln andadvertising
advertising arln a rousing roWlnl county option optionmeeting opton optonmII optionmeeting
meeting mII nt which five f spankers pkera will I tell tellthn ttl tellthe
the convention DYftin how ho Bryan Drn ha b has worked workl for forthn rorIh forthin
thin Ih party piry for twenty years y without getting gettinganything lCtln lCtlnanhln gettinganything
anything for it and nd that it I la I now due dueMr dllefr dueMr
Mr fr Bryan Drl that the th convention onnton Indorse Indorsehis In dorMhl
his hl county < option plank plonkBryan plankIIan plankBryan
Bryan IIan may receive rCly the th indorsement indorsementof inIormnt inIormnto
of o the Populist State rt convention cvUon which whichalso whllh whllhlMo whichaklu
also lMo meets m tomorrow tomnrw but even ew that Ihatdtubtrul In Indoubtful t tdoubtful
doubtful Ills iI enomie enml in th th the Demo Democratio Imo ImoU Democrate
crate < U party P are rl working tonight tnit with wlb the theIopullstn th thIpll theIbpullsta
Iopullstn Ipll in I on a effort ro to t have hW the th conven convention cnveu cnveutk cony conytine ¬
tine tk of that party pry alao alaorepudato t repudiate rplr the threw th thtlm threetimes threwtlrmw
times tlm candidate candidateIn nlllite nllliteIII
In fact rac the Ihl antiRryan anUnrl anti Bryan men are nr deter dctcrmlnutl d4lr d4lrmln1 determined
mined to loss I no 10 opportunity pi unity to snow snowBryan snowBryan nowOr
Bryan Or under underact so IO deeply that hn h will wl never neveragain neyra neveragain
again a ll come < v > me m to the th surface rr in politic politicJudgn plll politiusJndgn
Judgn Jul William WIIm Shoemaker h mkr of Omaha Omahnmember Oh OhIrlr Omahamember
member Irlr of the tht State Sllt Legislature lAplahl dele delegate delrl dalegate ¬
gate rl to the convention CnUo and formerly formerlya
a Bryan supporter 1fprltr voiced yolt the ireneritl ireneritlsentiment Per1 Per1ntlmnt Renee i isentiment
sentiment of the Ih delegates dtlpt when he said saidtonight Ild IldtoI saidtonight
tonight tonightThin toI tonightThis hl hl11i
Thin is I the time Ur for tis I a to gt t rid of ofBryan orIryal ofBryan
Bryan Iryal for good ro and nd all al Wo all came camedown oJ carnedown
down to thi this convention coenton determined dkrmin to topet tott toget
pet tt rid of him Hn 1f has b never done do any anything 1 anything ¬
thing Ihlnl for the party fpt except IltI1 to bring tm 11 de defeat derft defeat ¬
feat rft and fd has h always reaped rearI financial fnaca I re returns ro roIUl returns ¬
turns out It of everything evtrlhl < he h ever did un a aDemocrat alm aDemncrat
Democrat lm Oa I We W have ho Yf got ft tired tll of him hll andwe and andwe anllw
we w now know that thlt the Ih country tuntr was w right rightin rlrl rlrlin
in repudiating puUatnr him in I former f = er campaigns campaignsWe lmplf
We am an going to r do likewise Ikwl to tomorrow tomorrowBryan tomo morrnw morrnwBryan
Bryan Iryan is expected IItt to make ma three I dif different dl diffrrcnt ¬
ferent rlt propositions propltloD to the convention conventiontomorrow onYfUon onYfUonlomor conventiontomorrow
defeated defeatedHis dlr tomorrow lomor and each Ne one ont will w 1 in I n turn bedefeated be bedefeated h
dlria His ia first fTt proposition propltlon will wi bo b a demand demandfor dmd dmdror
for a county cnt option optio plank plk in the Ih Stato Statoplatform Hta Htaplton Htateplatform
platform plton His ii second an will wi demand dd local localoption ll llopto localoption
option opto in I legislative 1Iiltiye district and after afterthen aftertheee r
then Ih are r turned tlme down don he will wi then Ihf a u ask askthe k kthe
the Ihl convention rmnton to pledge plnC all 1 11 candidates candidatesfor dldu
for Governor OVlrnor to sign a county tUty optkxi optkxibill optk optieabill
bill bi If I the I Legislature < should bold pass p one onnThis oe oeTl oneThis
This Tl is I token tAf to mean me that Mr I Bryan Bryanwill Drn Drnwi Bryanwill
will wi take lae the Ih field ftid and an will I attempt Impt to toelect toelect
elect 111 a 1 county cOlnty option opton Legislature lgllllre despite despitethe
the platform platformBut plAtrormlul
But lul all al these h propositions will wlt be turned turneddown lum lumIown turneddown
down and nd then Mr Ir Bryan Iran is I expected nxpnctedto lpl1 lpl1to
to make the th speech lJh of Ir his bi life l in i a bitter bitterattack blttrUlck bitterattack
attack Ulck upon upn the mvn tn of his hil party pry who whohave whohl whohave
hl have defeated dr11 him and who are rf sending sendinghim ffdlng ffdlng1lm
him into int oblivion oblivionIIKA11 ohlhlonUI oblivionIf4LL
IIKA11 UI CWItTMAIlTI4L 4L REGUV REGUVProceedings HK rrr rrrProrln fV fVProceedings
Proceedings Prorln Adjourned for tfr Day D In 1f Per Permit Pernd r rmi ¬
mit mi the Il Aecutrtl UNt tn n Jet Counsel CountrlNrwronr CounselNCwrntT ounlrwrT
Nrwronr rwrT July 25 2 The T courtmartial courtmartialof urmart1 urmart1of
of Lieut IJe t Orafton A Beat Ir U 8 S San SIn Nan
an In officer onr of the Ih battleship 1tlhIJ Delaware rllwluf now nowin nnwIn nowin
in this port ort wa Wf begun hrKm today on l board boardthe > > oarilthn a1th
the th training ship IUira lora Mercedes IC the thaflagship Ihenhh theflagship
flagship nhh of Hear lt Admiral AdmlrallaTmond Raymond Perry PerryKodgers Pr PrItl Perryitoigers
Kodgers KodgersIJeut Itl ItlIJut itoigersideut
IJeut Bean nI who ho is II charge cha t1 by Cap Caplovo Capl CaplOuvo Captlove
love commanding cmmndln officer omcr of the Ib l battle laUI laUIIlp battlehlp attlnshlp
shlp Ilp with wlh having havln been lta asle asleep I p while whie on onduty al onduty
duty did not plead II today locay Instead IntN1 he heankel hekel heakei
ankel kel the th court cllrt for an In adjournment ajourmfut of offortyeight 01rorylhl offortyeight
fortyeight rorylhl hours an a hn h was u without withoutcounnol wllbolllcounn withoutCOUOnh
counnol counnolThe COUOnhThe
The Thcurt court did not have power JwrlorJourn JwrlorJournr to adjourn adjournfor
i r for that length 1llh of time and nd after a brief briefKnMion Irrrion briefsession
session ion an n adjournment ajourmt wan a taken until untiltomorrow unli untiltomorrow
tomorrow no t an a lo allow allw shut Heal I I to toobtain 10aMain toi
obtain counsel luunwlCap lunll counselCat
I Cap ItoyC Ioy Itoy C Smith U H N 2 of the Ih war warcollege warcollege
college 11 MalT tl who whl in I president of the courtpresi11e1 court courtpresided Hlt HltI
I presided prtlr1 and had ha the sieclflcatlons llfcatona of ofthn 0 ofi r rI
I dun charger c1rlC4 read They are ar in brief that thatLieut thailiI thatIhnut
Lieut liI Henll III while acting Ain an officer omcr of the theL tl tli
i ck do L k while whl the th ship Ihlll was a at t Norfolk Sorolk re recently rl rltlnily reGently ¬
Gently left his bl station without being re reliovnd r rloved rellovsi
liovnd loved and was WI anleep 1 while whl still tl on duty dutyIt rUlY rUlYI
It I Is I underwood undlto wh when n Lieut 1I J foal al ha hannot haot hagat
not ot counsel 01111 coslllee lie I Ii will wi enter a plea I of not notguilty 101 101lul11 oohguilty
guilty lul11 and In1 will wi introduce iDIroduC testimony to tochow tobw toshow
chow that t there I wnrnextnnuallngcircuin wnrnextnnuallngcircuinstance wfrs were extenuating Ilnuai In K clrcllm clrcllmt
t stance nc in his hi rasn rasnthe I
I 911 the court VOllr will wi convene conv again l aln tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tmorrow tmorrowI tomorrowi
I afternoon alfnnon and it may Im a that another ad adjourrinent adI adjunrIIneflt
jourrinent will wi Imtakei 11 le tkt taken for Ueut Beills Beillsnourflel IJIs IJIsOlurt1 Ileallousel
I nourflel Olurt1 is I to come ome from rom out of town twiI townLieut wn wnI
I Lieut Beall lal ha boon h n In the Ih naval na ervloo eervioofor ervloofor eri
for nine years and nd ha ha an nxoe elOllt excellent > llent record rncordMsf nr nrla recordMat
Mat eepba 1 rnstsr b bl U far rour TICS TICSdon YU YUda eatsgoo
don la Atlantic AIal Carapasy Cpa < ira > Drl PI PII Stlcs Stlcsrootn Sslaroom
room da Casfou CaNr lluat Ulc Iluaou a Tcnnls TU J JCkuicb nl Bldg > > 0
I Ckuicb St aLAar tA Att
C h hJ
J cnirn RIII t HEII J1 irrKsr IRRESTbarged irrKsrCnargnl lnnTrd
barged rd With h lunler Iunlf li I raplsln plln of III IIIMontio Ihe IheUntpo littlontrme
Montio Untpo e 311iiIe4rvePrisoner l in llf le Nri n ellonlr 1rlioner Too Tooiptnai TeoSpra
iptnai + c5enrr iiw 1 fwipufr u t f ru Tnr Tnl SfK SfKIxXDOK xrsLOYUON N N1OH
IxXDOK 1OH July 29 The Th Daily il Rrprtu Rrprtuwithout Rlprreawithout Krp Krpwilhoul
without indicating the Ih source Mur of its I In Information Inrormallon information
formation nays la that the Ih suspicion suspicionarousetl allpician suspicionsaroused
aroused ro1 on I the 111 strainer lorr Montrcwn Iontn that thntha IhalIh thatthe
the Ih lx boy > y travelling under 111r the th rame a aRobinson or orRblnal ofRohlnaon
Robinson Rblnal WON Miss li Ethel h1 I U > Neve rv th thconiuuilon Ibo thecompwdon
coniuuilon 00111101 of Dr Crtppeii rlIel were con confirmed confirmed n nfrmod
firmed frmod on July 22 r when hen the II KPV H Mr llr Hob Itoinaon HobInson Uohlnn
Inson lnn otherwise 011r Ur Crlpien and nll hi hiostensible bl hula hulaostensible
ostensible OtIIlo son ln were r ovvrheurd dinoiissinitheir dinoiissini ltlnlC ltlnlCIhfr llschsaingtheir
their Ihfr escape tlAle from the th police Capt apt Kendale Ken Kendall KIdal
dale dal thereu thereupon > on sent t neveral rl wirelen wirelenmesaagra wlrl wlrlm wirekesmessages
messages m g to tl which whih repllea rII were receive recelveLThen receiveThen
Then Cnpt apt pl Kendall Ial and nd two of r his hi oft ofllcers umcr oftcent
cent cr arrested art1 the Ih pair l > lr on July 23 Cripiwi Cripiwion Crlppon
on this Ih charge char o of murder lunhr aiul ali Miss i li JA Nov Novon Navuon IVU IVUon
on the Ih charge of Illegally 1jaly personating prlrAtnl i iboy a aboy aboy
boy The Th latter ltIr bum hlnt Into tears tMr when whenshe hm hmshn hfnh
she h wan I arrrstel lrrt arre tr > l Crifipen wan w deprive depriveof dtprhor deprivedof
of a revolver olvlr soul cartridge arrllJ and a 1 10 10ki inknife Hn Hnknlfn
knife knlfnTho ki knifeThp
Tho Tbt two are ar row in separate sf orate cabins t11Jlnlll t11Jlnlllare am amare and andare
are closely clly watched nth Crlppen declares dnclarnthat declaresthat 1i1aI
that he h can In prove rov bin hi Innocence InuOC Mln 11kwLe MlnIj li
Ij lo Le Nevo according anlnK to th U ilia Kzprnt zprI I Iin I s sin
in a state tal of collapse rll and d Li l eager MI to make makia
a sworn statement statementInquirieH statementInquiries tAmnlInqulrl
Inquiries have now ratabllslied thai thaiCrlpM thaiCIp thatCrlpIsn
CrlpM CIp < n and thus Ih L l Ltt > Neve S woman womal siwn siwnall ponl spsvutall ponlal
all al the Ih time Ilnf from rnln July 10 1 to July 2O ii iiBrussels in inlrutt InKruaeela
Brussels lrutt staying trlnl at t an obscure otrn hotel hotolTlienoa hol1 hotelThent
Tlienoa 11fO they wiiit W to t Antwerp nlrl llioy 91ieylure llioyhave 110 110by
have by not b 111 fti in Fruncn rC at all allHcotland allHcolllnc allScotland
Scotland Hcolllnc Yunl lnl deprecuten 1tprt the th certain certainassumption certainassumption tall talllmpUnn
assumption that Ihll the III couple on u the Mon Montrosn Motroee IonIf
trosn If are Irl Crlpxu rlpl n and Miss 1 Ix I s Nevis NevisThe NevoTlio
The 111 detectives dfhtv nay that nothing notbll can Mi Ix Ixdnduciol 1 1dllu1 ixdeduced >
deduced dllu1 from rrm the Iht fact that thi tin f rlal rlalruglUvt festls festlsfugitive tnal tnalFugitive <
ruglUvt Fugitive Is II dressed as W a 1 young YOUg man ranYoung manYo
Yo Young 01 < mg women often oUI dews dn as a boys bYI on Oi long lonidistance longdlII1c longdistance
distance dlII1c voyages oyaK In order orr to avoid IKMIII IKMIIIseparated 1lnIpried Isingseparates
separated Ipried from rr their fathenior rlath or brothers brothersXKCltKT loroth lorothUrlT brothersSErnFT
XKCltKT UrlT COritTMIITI oURTV41tTlllapt If Ifpt I Ip
apt pt p 4Ju > II I II I Nmllh m Ilh Ip ii an anItrlcliistlns 0 1 1urgc 1urgcOrlgtnsling
Itrlcliistlns Orllnatn In the Ih Philippine PhlitpplnrsLRAVEY1rnxTll PhilippineLrAvrNwonril Plppln PlpplnIJA
LrAvrNwonril IJA fNYORTI Kan July 25 A court courtmartial courtmartial lr
martial marial involving invohlnl a serious rl army Irm sandal sandalopened sctndao lmdal lmdalOI
o OI opened > > rned nt1 st It Pope lll hail Bol at Fort For avenwortl IAarenworthtoday lx Ia > avenwortltodsy uworth uworthtoy
today todsyIt toy toyI
It I Is I of such h a I nature nlturo that An extraor extraordinary eatranrdinnry tmor ¬
dinnry method mlhol of having haviul the th trial tral con conducted conducted n nluc
ducted luc < In secret 1 was w resorted nrl1 to An Arorder Anonlfr Anorder
order onlfr for a rlontd 1101 court ur oitno from rrm the thtIVprtnient thollarmnt theDepartment
Department llarmnt of the th Missouri IMr hesdlluartera hesdlluarteraThis be4id hdIUarlr < Uartern UarternThin
Thin has h Ufn resorted nr1 to in a ix court courtmartial urt ounmrl1 > urtmartlal
martial mrl1 hem h only once on l before > efor < The I honor honoiof hlnnr hlnnror honorof
of a woman was WI involved Inyoht in the trial lral a athat at atth1 atthat
that time timeThn tlmTh timeThe
The Th officer on trial In I Cipt apt 11 fluy I I If II IISmith I IiSmith
Smith mlh Fourth Infantry IIrlntry who wh has hal been beenunder h beenunder
under arrest rt nt t Fort or Crook Nebraska SIrkl N irsska far foimore rormor farmore
more than a month lonih nearly nul ever r since lnC lute hiiregiment hillmnt luterrglrnent
regiment llmnt returneit rltur1 from the Ih > Philippine PhilippineCapt Ihilpln Ihilplnpl
Capt C apt pl Smith wan WI oominl rnunlry iry of Ir the theMiiirtlt thoFuurth theFourth
Miiirtlt Infantry and In1 was WI relieved Iv1 of thatdetail that th1dt1 thatdetAll
detail dt1 arrestVlutevr when hn he h nan w m I paced under 1Ir nrrent nrrentWhatever Irrt Irrthtfr
Whatever htfr the th IhargoM har are Ir they urn ur sup ntipK suploeed Ul Ulpod
pod K > ed to have origin url urlgtntte Ue < l in the th Philippine Philip Philiplinen Ihl
pine linen In and ald the Ih order for a 1 secret rt trio triondlcatenthit lral lralIndletcI trialladicatesthat
ndlcatenthit IndletcI lhl they Ih ire a of a serious rloua nature natureEMPTY nalU nalUJTI natureIuir
Hii suggestion K ice llnn In hut the Ih CII Il it add fonll fare 11 are fni ter11an fnilan torn
lan n > sick Itk nlllr1 < 1illilren on IIIU lc Island UlnnlCongressmen IslandCongressmen Ind IndConrmn
Congressmen lUnnet Ilnnl and Inll Oildfogl Oildfoglcalled n Uiidfoglecalled lllUnll lllUnll1d
called 1d on Mayor lycr laynor yentenlny am amsiiKK nod oudullt1 nodsmiggeatei
siiKK smiggeatei ullt1 ntecl to him this th advisability oIIIIIY of r rl n niealini CO COsealing >
l sealing > ln to the th tnltxl Unl1 Mutts I iovernminl iovernminlo nIIut
10 o turn t over t to HIM th u eve of the tl city ciy the theiwpital Ih IhhDpiha thehospital
hospital hDpiha which htrh hllh hin ha been I n built hult on tilled Mllnn 111 111In tilledin <
In n land lnd at II Ellis 11 leland lhlll but hit which hanever ha hl hl111 hasnever
never l been > n ue used < l by Iy tln > Fidemi author authorlfen lulhI lulhII authorties
fen I The Th hospital hOlltAI war A built Ilul to t u take Inkor tare tareof trnof
of immigrants Immllrnl suffering frees conrglon conrglondl tvnaglnnsdiseisee
dl dla diseisee eisen but hii after Irr it wm a finished Inlh1 < i newly nenrlja ltuly ltulyA
a year ago fcn the Ih SIII State quarantine twnnln ofTlcinU ofTlcinUrefused omcl omclru1 nfilcialrrefusal
refused ru1 tn allow 11 persons pIon suffering Iufrjn with withcommunlcabln wih wihcmmunlthl withcomnwnlcohla
communlcabln cmmunlthl complaints lomllaull to I U I > Uker Lukenthere Ukerthem kfn kfnther
them ther They in insltri nt l that all al such urhphouM rwwv rwwvhould asstsshould
should still Itl U I fan < remov rmov1 < > < from ship al alinrnntlnoand alQ atQ
Q > inrnntlnoand mntlnd then taken tnkl fo fo either ihr Swln Swlninrnn Swlnblme Hwlnborne
borne inrnn or Hufrman JofmAn Inland InlandThen Ilanll IlanllTpn lslanlThen
Then Tpn are 500 1 beds KXH > 1 in the Ih hospital huplS1 and andMensm an1I andMessrs
Mensm I Benret l4nrt and Ind toldfogln GolloKI suggested niiggentedo I I1 I1to
to o the > Mayor that it i would ollif make a I good goodUon Iood Ioodplr gawlplace
plr place Uon for sickly Itkly children chlldI particularly particularlyn frtcllarl frtcllarlIn
In n the hot months molW when h the th bieeze bl from fromhe lrm lrmthe frontthe
the he hey would I ht M < lxnetlciil 1 > llteal They 111 told toldhe loldIhe toldthe
he Mayor lyor that Ihlt they thought thollht the th city citywould cllYwould citywould
would have h no difficulty dlmcliy in n obtaining obtaininghe ohlnllinl
he use 11 of the Ih hospital hOJlal from the th Govern Ufm Ufmmnt Governmeat iovertiment
meat for a nominal rental The 11 Mayor Mayorwan IayorWa
wan Wa favorably vorahl IrnpronxMl 11111 and l n1 promin prnmiwsi prnmiwsithat < i ihat
hat hn h would take tk the th matter mat up III imm 1111 irnnnt irnnntdlately > v vIstely
Istely < with wih the Health Htllh Bvird und the theVpartment IblJIulmlnl hhnDepartment
Department JIulmlnl of lr CharlHe CharlHenoons CIrlt CharitiIIOOhS
noons 111 in 1341rni 1341rniNome num numMome Ul I INom
Nom Thing Tln Detroit Ultrolt llhrsrlin lleenu lleenut UI UIlnI Drenuant
t lnI ant fur UI tier Ipr Patrons PatronsDrrnotT Patr 1lronDtYoT n nDKTHOIT
DKTHOIT DtYoT July 25 2 nook bv Iy a number numbernf numhor
nf prominent authors Ah wore excluded excludedrom thI1rrom
from rom the Detroit nlrol Public Library 1lhry to today ay as asunsuitnblo 1 1unlulbl tieuneuitnble
unsuitnblo unlulbl W o do tb 11 nol 111 class rln n honk Innikn honkni
ni as n mural or Immoral imlnmi it wu explain expainetTho 11111I 11111ITho ol olTho
Tho llt Ulory literary < Tary merit mtil Is i not 101 fuentione Ilulonol quenouetl < l nor northe norI noris
I is the morality lraltr They are Ir simply nlll regardml regardmlas rarI rarIauntUlhJ <
auntUlhJ auntUlhJbook as unniiltliblo unniiltlibloThn
The books placed lo1111r under the ban bn are areTonoBungay 1 areTono
TonoBungay TulnlunfY Tono hlungay by h II I I J Wells WI WeiIsVernica Ann AnnVnmica 11 11mle
Vnmica mle by h II I I Welt W n The Tht Danger DangerMark UIIer UIIerJuk OungerMark
Mark by Robert lllOr U lumbers lhaml To Togetlier Together 0 0Kthr
getlier l ty by y Itoljert lol1 Herrick 11hk Song > R of ofongn fI fIHnl ofSongs
Hnl Songs ongn by lr Henry IIry Hiiiltrinann 1Imanl Th < > Itoail Itoailto Iatl IatlI
to I Damaixiis 11111 by Mrs Ir II I A t Mitchell Mitchellveyen MuchellKeyes luch1
veyen f Thre Th i W Slewks ekn k by Elinor Uyn ilyn ilynThn flynThe
011 The Yoko by h an h English writer wrio Aruhian Am Amlan r
hinn lan Nights Sllhl unexpurKite unnlrRlt1 < l edition IIlnn lied Ilalcac 111 111ze liedrum
rum ze unexpurgated edition cition Gorge Olr Sand Sandnnxpurgatofl llli llliunnpurItoc bandunexpurgated
unexpurgated unnpurItoc etlilion 1liiul De 3laupasaaut 3laupasaautunexpurguRl MTipUK nt ntncxpurgatc
unllllarI1 ncxpurgatc < l e edition < hlon and 11 Flatil Ilallrl Ilallrl1Itr Fiutlsrt Fiutlsrtunexporgabl > ert ertI
unexporgabl 1Itr al1 1i11on 1i11onl llon
I think that that Together TnJlhr in I 0111 un of the thntreiti Ih IharNIIt thegredtMt
arNIIt gredtMt treiti < t Uxik of tho th lie 81 age gn from nlm a literary literiryUindpulnt ltriry ltriryntlplnl literarystandpulnt
Uindpulnt ntlplnl hind that it I in I an exceedingly exceedinglynoral exceedinglymoral 1liIJly 1liIJlymOftl
moral mOftl book IJk MII said i1 Mfa Mt 1 n Porny Iory but it itH I itto
i to H not suitable ulahlo for th general public publleVlan publichfn 1111h
hfn 1 n lKok In I on our otr shelves hlv we WI may la nut nutliMTiininato 11 11dltTinlnll notdiscrirninnte
liMTiininato dltTinlnll lM Itw twivn ih II shun < > wbn wit should shouldnilti shoulilanil hlllld hlllldnHI
anil nHI there thu who Khould not 11 lx > allowi low1 > < to toead II III toread
read it I und anI I even Vtl if we w attempted nlIt1 to our ourgood ourd ourRood
good d Intentions might mhJht eu easily 11y ily Iw nrciim esrctnrvented nrciimveated lrLIU lrLIUYfl1
vented Yfl1 by the Ih ever mncnuoiin IIAlun youlll oull whorntltl who whocould whoould
could draw It for his hi mother 1011 or father fatherInman IItr IItrnq fatherRoma
Roma nq Teak TUlk Her lr Pstrengem Prncll nn Again ARSIIA AIII AIIIwlrll
A wlr wlrll winIne < leM < from the olermfhip Carne Cotnunenterdsy Carneyesterday omu omuul
yesterday cnntlrfud conti ul rnld mini the Ih impri IIlrlon Imprsoioi > ii > n of ofilanagnr 01Malllfr ofMalinger
Malinger Malllfr far sr1 rl SVhugen W luiigeti JuIK of thn Ih Morgan Morganirn Morganlire
111 lire irn that the th MomiiK 1hlI on n fir 11 on n Friday Frlditylad Frldyhal Fridayhail
lad hal taker lal buck rk her iwwetgors I who h4 h > hul lua1Ilmprarll lulhecu huleen
hecu > een temporarily quanerI IUarrInn uart < > nl on thoComus thoComusand Ibo Lomu Lomunl Comus Comusand
and is II on hr way ny to New S Orleans Orlc She SheComas Tlieonius 111 111COhU
COhU Comas nl onius is I due Iu here thin morning morningAll mornhlAi
All Ai the hI Mull al street r > ire l lThe > es esThe
The Tt W Wal Cal ll YIO Nlrm I t rdlllnn rIU of Toe Tn Evasion ull M Meontataa MX MXanulnt V VeWe
anulnt eWe nil the 0 Mandel f Ianr1 n nd l newt ad n l the b stork I unit unitjond anc sndbond
bond bd quaUllan qlIU lo I the b lose I 10 of the Ib market lale The Tbeo Thedodo
dolC dodo o loc qnolAtlont qnIUo IncttuJInc Itluln the Ih bid and un ssael ssaeldcs krti krtiricn
ricn rc pith llb s adltnal addluoorl < 1dlUoii < l nw > nun are coo coolAtnnl ro cm4nM
lAtnnl t a oo o In Its ia alibi cdlilmi nlUt utlun YYPII Yrewla YrewlasaxAir
saxAir UJU
Its I an BHcnUwrekxcId Elhekl Bar 80 and a II nlt Ile W Wractec Was WasPacing
Pacing a Harlem Blade Carrytas tai taiInfant theInfant
lt lrln BoC Clt tae taeInflt
Infant Inflt In I A covered Con 1d Market aret Basket BatkrApparentlr Baa BaaAprInt BasketApparently
Apparently AprInt Not In lilt II Hmr HmrFor f fFor IknseaFor
For two hours boul yesterday yleray afternoon a mon monm i iman a aman
man m walked 1lkt up and ad down dow West Wet Ilith Ilithstreet ltb ltbtrt 115thstreet
street trt between btn Seventh nnth and a Eighth ave avenuea ayenoes e enUN
nUN carrying Crln a large lre market maret basket bet Ha Ileappeared Haappeared le lepanl
appeared panl to ho dared d7 and not to know knowjust knnW knnWJut knawjust
just what ht ho wan u doing From th the bn barket bnket bnket
ket which hlh was u oovored oor with a light laM oloththere oloth cloththere olothlhr
there lhr occasionally Olonly c C1 came mo a faint wall wallAt wll wallAt
At At half hal past pll nix lt oclock ocok somebody Imbr told toldPolicoman toldIolrmu toldPoliceman
Policeman Iolrmu Leathnnnan Llluonnon that Iht there ther was WAIKomethlng wnImlbin wassomething
something o od1 < ld clout 1 > 111 the th mxn The po polltvman p poikeman
lltvman 1 mn wont up to him looked loke Into Int th thbanket thbkel the thebasket
basket bkel and found an nlghtwenksold nlghtwenksoldbaby tlahtfkold tlahtfkoldbby old oldbaby
baby bby lying Iylnl on a number of nswspipor nswspiporWhere neapllor neapllorWhm newapaoraWhere
Where did you yo II get that baby nki nkitint ak akth askelthin
tint th policeman policemanOh IImal IImalOh
Oh a woman woma in Ilrooklyn lrkln in I in trouble troublereplied lrublt lrubltId troublereplied
replied Id thn th man manWell ma manWell
Well I gums Il you had bettor bt com comalong om om10ng oomralong
along 10ng with lh me 11 said tthrmn l and the thathree th thIh thethre
three Ih wont wOII off to the t polio ple station stationThis utitionThn lllon lllonTh
This Th man told the Ih lieutenant leutnant on o duty dutythat dUI dUItht dutythat
that tht ho h was WI Lr t ferter eitnr Co Cox n years oldof old oldof aldor
of 2S9 fl West WCt Thirtyfourth Thlryrourh street strwntIs IIrt IIrtII
Is II 1 thin Ihi hi + your btthyF hyP asked the Ihf lieutenant lieu lieutenant lou loutrnt ¬
tenant tenantNo trnt tenantNo
trntolt No olt It belongs to a woman in Brooklyn DrooklynDid DrklynDid
Did she 1 RIV give It I to hi youV youVNo youPSo you youI
No I got It from thin th father fathorThn rathlr fatherThe
The 1 doctor dor oauldnt > uldnt remember mnmb r the thnFathers Ih Ihrathera thefathers
Fathers name or whore hor ht ht lived Uf1 Ur DrCox Url UrCox
Cox l evidently was wa ill H and all < did not know knowjust kno knoJU knowjust
just JU what ht ho h war saying Us le wi look I i iup Iup iup
up In a 0 cell oU to II await It a hoirint hnrn1 in th thHarlam thIlrem the theIfarlem >
Harlam Ilrem 111 Pollee > olle9 court our thin thl morning mrlne Then Thnnhe Th ThI
he I said that tht hn I war Buffering lrlrnl from a atumor atumo atumor
tumor and anll hn h wan taken to J HoaJ hloirdWright HoaJWright 10H 10HWrlht
Wright Wrlht hospital 1011al where wh it wan mail Id that thithe tbth thathee
he h had h cirrhosis crhoi of the Ihlhr IhlhrTo User UserTha liverThe
The To doctor door Is I n well w1 built buit man about aboutfive aboutfive but butnf
five foot lot nine nl inches In height hrlh has sandy sandyhair sandylair dy dyhair
hair and mustache mlutch He 10 wore a light lightsuit IRht IRhtult lightsuit
suit > and ad straw Itra hat hatTha hatT lustThe
The T baby hy which is I a hay wan neatly neatlydressed nIlyd neatlydressed
dressed d In white wbl wore a crocheted COhltt coat coatand ct ctIn1 coatand
and In1 a lace II cap with wih pink Ilnl ribbon It Itvid I Itevidently
evidently vid vldnty ntly was healthy A policeman polionmantook plOma plOmalok
took lok it in bi Isis arm am to FWIevu Uu Hospital Hospitalwhere 10plla hospitalwhere
where hr It now is isNotvrxiy l IsNohwxly
Notvrxiy in I Brooklyn Irkly reported prt last night nightthn nllM nllMth nightthe
the th loss h of an a I eightweeksold boy by A Adescription Ad Adescription
description d lton of I the Il baby hab WM sent nt in to toIoliou 10fnlo tofolic
folic fnlo Hnad Headquarters uarters and the police pU all allover al alor allover
over the ti city and a especially eptlaly in Brooklyn llrooklyrweni
went told toll to look lok out for anybody aybody who whowon whow whowas
won w looking for a lost 10t toy bo of eight weeks weeksDr wk weeksDr
Dr Cox < 0 rents 1 two room rm on the th first firstfloor OtOnr firstfloor
floor Onr at 01 229 ni Went Thirtyfourth Tlrlyrourth street streetOne streetline tIt tItm
One m of them he uses U an a on I onion oo and th thother the theuthr theother <
other for a Itedroom 1lrol The woman of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th hnuwe hou said ld last night nlabt that Dr Cox Coxhod Cx Cxhad Coxhad
had been living Ivln thorn Ihe for six 11 months mont with withhm wit withhis
hm hi wife Hl Ills practice Iracllc shn ah h said ld was waslbmt wuIlltc wasIknded
lbmt Illtc Iknded < d to rather poor pr people 1111 some 1m col colored colorol colneed ¬
need orol and nd wan largely larlly maternity matrnllynumlr cases casesA caseA
A number of his hi patients Iltlln lived Ih in Brook Drooklyn Orok OrokIyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn Ii His Hi wife wi is I now with wih her parents parentsin prtnl prtnli1
in i1 the th country The doctor dor Is I About abut aboutstd
std 1 61 years A old For or several I VII ral months monl he hehn hehas
hn 1 l twn in complaining that he wan a 111 111He U UIIle
He II had ha heart IIr trouble hn h said and also alsohad alf alfhll alsohad
had hll injured injuN his hi leg 11 Hn II left the house houselont boW houselast
last at alx about > ut 10 oclock ocok yesterday morn morning m mInK tornin ¬
InK in g
firl an n Italian In Periler PI rite llt Days n In th thTwo the Iheorhoa theWorkhouse <
Workhouse orhoa QuirkTwo QuIrk QuIrkTwo
Two Italian IIlan pushcart puhar pedlar plera wen wenpolishing wer werplhlnl werepolishing
polishing plhlnl their Ihpir fruit rnll at Chambers Cbmbn stmeland street Itt IttId streetand
and Id Broadway last night n ht and Ind Robert Hober S Sfifiiuter Sor HGeieser
fifiiuter of 309 30 East Et ISSth street saw lW on onof on1 on1Iht one oneof
of the men Stephen SIphon Diedaua DIena spit It on onome onht onsunup
sunup ht p Iach sichcM A row minute mlnute latter ltr be besold hethl besold
sold thl one of them to a young YOUUi girl Ilrl When Whensh Whfn Whfnh IVhenstun
sh stun h found out bow the fruit trll bad IU11 bran bn seen pot potIshnd 11 11IhI relished
Ishnd she threw the th peach away oy The TheItalian TheItalan TheItalian
Italian Italan laughed laght at It her herOeiMnr hralld herGeleer
OeiMnr and several verl other men called calledDiodntm calledDietlana aie
Diodntm down pretty prety sharply sharplyThose sharplyThose bArpl bArplThu
Those Thu ore u my m peaches JI0lh6 > he replied repliedand rlll repliedand
and I cnn ln do what wht I like Ik with wila themRheu them themWhen themWn
When a policeman plhtman was called the Ib Italian Italianlay Itla Italianlay
lay Hat in the Ih street I t and refused rru to budge budgeHit hudle hudleI
Hit I was 1 drugged dra d t to hl hil his feet in short Ihor ordertoken order ordertaken ordertkl
taken tkl to the Ih police loleu station aton and aI later ltor to tonight tonKht tonight
night nKht court courtIll awnIII ln lnIU
Ill send 6nd you to the th workhouse for five fiveiayn fiveays t tda
da < iayn raid hI Magistrate IIKtmt llarlow larlow and nll In Inaddition Inllilol inaddition
addition llilol to tl that It will llt cost you 12 2 for not nothaving nothavlnK nothaving
having a Hi Um en nse nselal e eAMI
AMI lal 1 < IiIf1LIN 1 MJIV Gf Gftlmmt liS liSIm f V5 V5lmiMl
lmiMl Im 14 I Ineben Inh Ilsre UerrPor1 Powerful and andIxinclhril andlong nd ndIAmK
Ixinclhril long lhrdTa Ural To Arm rm Dreadnoughts Dreadnoughtsptrtat OrradnhtI
ptrtat > I rMt r l Dttpittt lrr ta I Tea Tn T Mrs MrieIlKnLis MrsIYRLiN tl
IlKnLis July 25 The Th Vurdn rtittf VnrA Vachrfrh1C VnrArichlm e eidtl
richlm idtl ally Y that tJ1 Germany in I preparing prvpanngto prIrDI
to arm rm her future Urendnoughta with wilblllmlr 32 32centimeter 33centimeter >
centimeter lllmlr guns un about 13 I 1313IA 1311 inches incheswhich InhNhieh incheswhich
which will wi IM li tnoru rnor powerful I > werful and nd ld twice twicenf Iwlc IwlcOJ
nf OJ I 1011 InnR on ir lived UN the Ilritlth lrth 13 135 S inch guns gunsTho Ir gunTho
Tho Krupw KrPI the Ih paper ppr says Nar have ha 0 been beenMudylng bn bntldylnK beenstudying
studying such lud guns In for two year As Astlwi A Ath Asthe
the th Vachriehlrn ochrichlrl in I partly controlled Nntrole by bythe b bIh bythe
the Ih Knipps KnIJ th story lor i i Is likely Ikfly to bo bl au authentic IU IUI authentic ¬
thentic thenticMTo I thentictl7O hnlo
hnloT MTo T iiKiit 111 f f1 r nr II t ani aniTliey HfL1Miry
Miry let llesil Ilal On m anti nd the IhUul Hull Uss s Klllrtt Klllrttslid NllCt NllCtand Killedanal
slid the Ih Autos Ulo lUiglnn ln nrrrkrtl nrrrkrtlK tirerkrlFunT rrkdIIT
K FunT IIT < IIIT Iluix 11I N Y July 21 2 JamnM Jm E11tmlull E Btfidull EWloI1
tfidull WloI1 of Albany AllnT for many years Ylra con connectel conne n nnlI1
nectel nlI1 ne tel with the Ih State Comptrollers omptrolll office officennd omc omcf1 officeand
and f1 now a Special HI > olal Deputy llmty Comptrollerin Comptroller mplrolr mplrolrI
in I npending bin hi vacation yaUon here b hiss h former formnrhome rormerhom formerhome
home and ali still tl his hl > voting otln residence fldn and andthin lnd lndIhi aridthis
thin afternoon Irmon met mIl with lh a thrilling thrllnl al alventuro aivnll a avent
venturo venturoHe vnll vent er erIle
He I in an I enthuniantio nlhlllaln autoint altoilt and this thisafternoon Ihl thisnft
afternoon nrtrol nft rnan nccompAlloi Cmplhi by former Sheriff SheriffHare HhL11 Hherinliar
Hare la of Amnterdam Postmaster 10Imltr James JamesA Jm JmHn1
A 1 Snell Hn1 of Fonda on < a and d Kmlell ml Kelwtl 11 of ofWa urWIhinjI ofSVahlugt
Wa WIhinjI SVahlugt hinglon iu D I C wan driving Irhlng his hisfttitumuMlo hi hiUIhuhl hisamitomobile
fttitumuMlo UIhuhl from llttlo 1111 Falls FiI Lack aak to toFort toon toFort
Fort on IMnin IMninfew 1111
1 few nil nil rolls I west ett o t of here h the th party notie no noIliT noI
IliT tie I I n I > the II hlnhway what lua they vupiosnd vupiosndIVH pri Ullli
son IVH a prate 1t i je loving 10vilI vow tw and nll that the thnattfiimt th th11IIu thenninnl
attfiimt 11IIu u on titd 111 Id eel It out of the th way was wastak w wtk wastuk
tak tk i for Rraiitel rlhhd roiipnipjtmtly high highp hlet highwith
p I tl I with ih vigorous lrrOI honking honlnR was W main maintained malhlain1 tiainIminwl ¬
tained Whii IM > close 10 upon the Ih animal animalto anlnl1l anlnl1llu
to avoid 1li1 a 1 collision culion tin th cow l1 was WW die discovered dl dlr diecovered ¬
covered r 1 lo be I an ugly bull hul that was 1 In Intint In11C intee
tint 11C highway id µ tiway for M 1 light and B C fight there therewon IhroAr tlterowas
won ar and bull hul met heal hP1 te on with wlt a acrash acrh acrash
crash that klliol ki I the tl arlinal r Inal breaking klnK its itsneck I Ink it itneck
neck and 1 wrecking wrlklnl the autos AUt engine engireand flre flreal engineand
and al the th end ld nd In not yet f nn the th bull hul wan wa a avaluable asaleable
valuable aluatle one Oi and Its It owner ower who ho wassoon was wassoon wa
soon n on the th scene loo threaten thr tl tn t bring bringsuit bringsuit
suit 1111 against ta1ot the Iht party prty for damage damagernsihk damI damI1 damagesPamrklleMlerpetalTrips
PamrklleMlerpetalTrips rnsihk rp4tepeels 1 Trlpt TIpe ICTCone t tasee aY nie one bour bourswrmrutxuu trIe to toalder
swrmrutxuu alder Ie IIu aruboats Oal bteUtr Ste vr VS Unendvt Lne Line advl addAu All
Repelled That Mate le Is te I Have Ra Twi TwiNew T TwNew
New Mrs If m 1 tpprr P IIoe 1084 1084OILUU blouse blouseB0CXLwn e eMs
B0CXLwn OILUU Ms M July rs 25It It was re reportnd r rpr reported
ported pr here btn today tooay that the t Maine Igi IgiUture TAgelater 1
later which Is elected elt In September Septamberoay Septemberrosy ptmberay
rosy ray have hay to choose cho two Senators naton hllcl Instead Insteadof nstvoi nstvoiof
of one onnBcnator oneSenator
Senator Rnor OMRnor Kales UI retirement rlrmelt annot annowxed annowxedin announce announceIn
In the th spring prnlC Is I not 10t questioned qultue Toda Todait To Today Todayit
it WM said ld that lht Senator Hntor W P Fry Frypresident F Fprdent Fryepresident
president prdent pro tem of the th Kenat Hnal may m re retin r rtl retiru
tin tl too 10 Senator Analo Fryes health Is I under understood under10 understooll
stood to bo I poor pr Ills I Ill term ten expires npll in
1013 1013It 1113 1413It
It was reported rprt also 1 that tt Congressman CongressmanUurlelgh Conarman ConarmanDurlllCh CongreamanBurklgh
Uurlelgh DurlllCh has an n groement arment with wlb Judge JudgtFrederick Jld JldFrderck JudgeFrederick <
Frederick Frderck A Power Ioen whereby he will wlllend wt willlend
lend his hil influnncn Innulnt to Powers candidacy candldacfor candida candidacyfor
for Halos lIk seat In return rtur for Poweri Powerisupport POItn POItnsuppr Powersnsupport
support suppr of Ourlcleha Durlhhl candidacy Cndlda for the theother Ihl Ihlolhr theother
other Main toga togaotwjfv tal talonlO togaO1NR11XI
otwjfv RAID IT osrrvn osrrvneoOOO fCTrn OSTENDaeoooo
eoOOO 10 Slakes on Mm th Tmtile Thl nacisrsiAmericans nacisrsi OMrt OMrtmtrlo llacearatAmerican
Americans mtrlo Among mon Players PlayersSpttUI PInIC PlayersSpecW
SpttUI IC C cw Call < M DtlffltH Dupcl la f TUB T neW neWOrtxru fllNOSTKHU ItH ItHOTKU
OSTKHU OTKU July Jul 25 2 The polls > ollc olel > today todayraldod toayrldu todayraided
raided rldu the room rom of a literary 11urlr society eely In Irthe Inth inthe
the th Kursoal Kurl and found rOlnd five hundred hundn men mnrand mnanll menand
and women wOlon playing playn baccarat l > coral Including Includingmany InclulnK InclulnKma includingmany
of whom are areAmericans areAmericans
many ma foreigners rorlln come Ire IreAmertI
Americans AmericansTha
The police ple seized MiINI thnnUkns tl the stakes tk amounting amountingto amuntnl
to 00000 IO The To players play angrily anirly protested protestedbut prolfld prolfldbut
but they wens m dotalned two hours b011 while whiletho whilerho hle hletho
tho polla M 011 > C < U + completed Clnplel1 < < their Investigation InvestigationFISKIt InHUMUonFIl hsvestigatlonFINCH
FINCH FIl J fOK 11 SXOttlXtJ SXOttlXtJTruckman VOhISGTrecktnsn iWIIO iWIIOTktn
Truckman Tktn Caught Cu ht Napping Nlm Hat W Guilty Gui ol olViolating orIolatl of1lolating
Violating hygienic Code CodeOfficer o le leOfficer
Iolatl 1IIII Ct CtOmer
Officer Omer Schneider 8hnllder of the th Wllllamsburfl WllllamsburflUrldgn Wllalhuri IVilllamshturgBridge
Bridge Drdgau squad brought bru httm Sam linger UnfrAdrYr UnfrAdrYror a driver driverof hirerof
of 17 1 East Eat lORth 10lh street atmt Into Pisses EI Market Marketcourt Marketcount Jakt Jaktour
court our yesterday yesterdayWhat yeny yenyWhat yesterdayWhat
What did ho do lo asked tk d Magistrate MagistrateHt MagistrateSteinert Ialatratt
Ht Btelar Steinert SteinertIle in rt rtHe
He annoyed annoyl me said ud the policeman policemanHe polcma
He n snored nor too to loud loudWhere loudoWhorD loudWhere
Where did this thl happen hppnP asked le the theMagistrate tboMatrte theMagistrate
MagistrateWhile Magistrate MagistrateWhile Matrte
Matrteb While ho b was Wt all 1 alone aoe In his bt truck truckdriving Inokdrlnl tookdriving
driving drlnl across Or the bridge He I was wasasleep wa waalp wassleep
asleep alp aid ud Schneider SchneiderTwo Nhnelder NhnelderTo
Two dollars dolar fine fn4 linger said Magltrate Magis Magistrate Iag ¬
trate Steiner teiDer You should sleep ltp on onfour onyor onyour
yor your four side aideSUES sideSUES Iide IideUrS
Tonne Youn Woman Woma Claiming Callnlnt to Be nf a Daughter DaughterHeeki DoKhlr DoKhlrk DaughterSeek
Seek k Hhsre H of fr SOOOOOOO B2OooO000Los SOOOOOOOLo 20000 20000L
Lo L Los ANGELes AOILM July 25 2 25Slxteen Sixteenyear Sixteenyearold RIIMnytr RIIMnytrold year yearold
old Beatrice INtro Anita nlt Turnbull Turbul began bla today todayher tT tTh todayher
her h r fight for a sham a of the te tIOOOQ000 tIOOOQ000ntal 100 33oooooooestate
estate tt ct of Lucky Baldwin DIln before bror the theHuperior theKUIo theSuperior
Superior Court Cour Hhe Re Slew snctired 1N + cttredtheappolnt cttredtheappolntment the appoint appointment appint appintmont ¬
ment of Lea L J McOuimaa lcul acurlan acurlanIlr a guardian guardianHer
Her D er mother mth Mr 1 William Wilam Q Turnbull Turnbullof Turbul
of Drookllne Mass Mal testified llrt that tt ttUIIn ai aiIJUIan asTJUIan
IJUIan UIIn Ashley Asb4 she he was wa married mare to t Bald BaldIn Baldwin Haldwin
win In and nd that tbt Beatrice Il1trl was w Baldwin Daldwlnidaughtnr Daldlndughlr Baldwindaughter
daughter daughtnrAfter dughlr daughterAfter
After ler her he birth hlrb the court cour declared del4 the themarriage themarlK themarriage
marriage marlK void Tho girl rl was I born hm in inLo InL inTae
Lo L Angela Angle December I > mhr 7 1W3 Il Lillian LillianAshler Lli LUlianAshley
Ashley w was a one ° n of the manyfoung may tounR girl girlwith girlswith irl
with lh whom Dlwln Baldwin became bamf enamored enamoredMost eaor enamoredMfoat
Most I0t of them thfm suod uo him for breach broh of ofiromlfte orprml ofpromise
promise prml when hen coat ct off after rtr he tired tire of ofthem ofthtm ofthem
them themJKIKV thtmSrIr themSBIEN
Storm Hlon Blow Hlo Down Uow firms nr Tnt In I Which WhichThey WTilehTliey lllh lllhTl
They Tl Were w Stored Storeil8r Iond8T
8r lxns lutl July Jul 23Seven 25 Heveii Hf aeroplanea aeroplaneavalued aeroplanesvalued lplf lplfvluet
valued vluet at n f75 25ono O m were er wrecked wrfe In a tornado tornadoon In
on the th Aero AIr Club of St Lots aviation aviationlaid avlto aviationfield
laid leld at t Washington WahllCton Park Par 111 I tonight tonightHie tonl tonightThe ht htTe
The Te planes plane including the Ih Farman nn biplane biplaneof
of C W Curzon Curn were Wlr housed houM in II a threepole three threeKite Ihr Ihrple
ple pole Kite circus clrc tent let When M the wind come C1 the thelg thebig h hbll
bll big lg pole pl snapped napll and the wreckage ft fell fellon rl 11 11on
on the te planes pl There Tfre is I not enough mOIh left leftof Irtor leftof
of any anyoe one to t repair refir except elCpl the th motor motorswhich motorwhich motorawhich
which are believed h1Cf to be I Intact IntactThe Intcl IntclT intactThe
The T storm came cme just after lter Ho fo wand wnrdW onl onlW
and Ooachey lhoy had made iruideMight madelights
W Mill MI ad Hlllery IIry hld luldl luldltict
Might tict In the former biplane 1lplno It Itthe was wash wasthe
the h only machine on the Ih Held tld saved it itwing Itholng ittieing
wing housed bo8 In a shed htI Besides Dld Cur Cureon Clr ClrIona CurAnns
eon Iona Anns the th planes IIne of tho following rolowlna Are In Inhe Inthe htthe
the wreckage wkal J N Kparllng llrlnl two IWI Charlex CharlexKuhnu Chrle harle harleKuhns
Kuhnu Claude cul IIi Harris M A llobirwon llobirwonandC nolllon nolllonad Itobinsonand
andC ad and C F Zehler Zehler7Kflf 1hltr7l0EII 7uhler7IEOFELDS
Ill Ir Neednt tnt Partleulsrle PrttlarI7f Any In n Further FurtherAlHiut FurtherAbout rlIr rlIrAbout
About ltd Ills II Mlilrl hkl at 1 Roulette KoulettePUlntlfTs Rful RfulPlllu RoulettePlaintiffs
Plaintiffs Plllu motion mOllo for a wcon second a11 t bill bi of ofvtrtlculor offrlcl ofparticulars
frlcl particulars vtrtlculor in I the Ih suit llt of Alfred Alr Houlant Houlantagainst Ilt IltInt BouLantagainst
against Int Florent ForZ Ziegfeld theatrical thtrl manager mana manaer III IIIJe
Je ger er andliualiand ad and buland husband of Anna Ana Hold 1ld was wfcflhd wfcflhdin denied deniedn
in n thn thtuprMeCourt thetlupremeCourtyesterday Supreme Court yesterday The 111 milt milts lit litII
II la s for S2OOOO 100 which Zlngfnld Zhlrld say r in hU hUanswer hi hia hoeanswer
answer a he lost 10t in Iloulants DInl K kamhltng kamhltngplace mblini mbliniilace mhllplt
place plt at Illarriti llriz One bill bi of particular particularis prlklr
been filed in which Ziegfeld ZiegfeldparticulariBed Ziegfeldpartkulariaed
b has is already alry b rle Zlllrld Zlllrldpnill
particulariBed pnill that that hn h played plY1 roil roultn roulette let tn for forlireo rortn forthree
three tn < we Ma k at Iloulants 1IIInl resort in 190S 190Sand I Iad 1005and
and ad lost lOI Mooo 1000 francs rra Tlio 111 defendant dofenxlantsays drPI drPINY
says that Ibat that tt 1 is all ha b can c remember relfbr and andthat ad adt andthat
that t Is I all U the court cn want to know knowCITYS knowrlTJ knowCIT1V
City CI Record Rtn Adv Ad Did Not ot Reach leh Yacht lartitHu YachtRules mt mt8urr
Hu Rules > er With Wih HIKOO lx lo loTWDlY Imoc ImocTwenty > o e eTwenty
Twenty persons onl sat l in gnen In1 and white wbltuwickr whitewicker whitewicker
wicker chairs chal under tho awning nnln on the thepoop thepp thepoop
poop pp deck nf Col Mike lko Iaddvns Iaddn yacht yachthe yaht
the he h Antintam yesterday yetery morning at atFiftyseventh atFiftyseventh
Fiftyseventh Fity lth street and North Sorb Drrt DrrtFity River Riverand JUverad fiver fiverand
and ad waited for Auctioneer Auetl ntr Joseph P Pay PDay PDay
Day ay to a start Iar the bidding because bW yns yelerday ynserday Y Ytcay
erday was wa the te day appolnUxl pluW a as ex exclusively esuaI ax1luaively ¬
clusively tcay uaI announced nnolnO In the City Ci Record Rteordor Ir
for or thus sale of tho to yacht yaht Auctioneer Auctioneersy Auconr AuconrDy AuctioneerDay
Dy Day > sy took tok in the t yacht yalt with wth a oompre oompreunsivo ompr compreo
unsivo blo glance dac and ad announced nDounO that tt aa aapoet a anupset
poet price prc of I7ifW f would start I the bid biding blddlF bidNobody ¬
dlF ing ingNobody
Nobody Nobdy would woul bid As a natural na re result r mesuit ¬
suit slt tho yacht was notntnld notntnldNo
No Fight Pht Picture PeurN m I CHIcago CHIcagoCRICAOO Olelo OleloCRICIO S uieagoC6lcann
CRICAOO CRICIO July 28 25let Chief of o Polio Polioitewnrd 1010 PolioSteward
Steward returned tlme to his bl dick in the te city cltjrboll dtyhl cityhall
boll hl today tdy and ad a abort a har time tme later 1 said ad ba bawould beould hevtuuid
would prohibit prohbit motion motin picture of the thoJohnsonJeffries te teJobnnartN theJohnonJefTniee
JohnsonJeffries JobnnartN fight b in pctUr Chicago Coa
1 will wi Issue iu an order ord tomorrow tm prohlhitng pro proilblting pr
ilblting the exhibition oxlbiUon of any picture plcr of ofny orIn1 oftiny
tiny ny Illegal le1 act ac prohibited prhibie by b the 11 BUt Htel HtelIhnol Skateof SkateofIllinois t > f fIllinois
Illinois Ihnol said Id Chief Steward HtewardJ Htan HtanP
J P Mrgao at Coney Ct btaad btaadJ
J P I Morgan Mop who whose bo yacht yat waatemporarily was wastemporarily a
temporarily Itpral out of oomralssioa CIIO went weatdown wentdown et etdow
down dow to t Coney Con Island lal in Inn an automobile automobileyesterday autmobU autmobUyetery automobUyesterday
yesterday and n put pl up at t tho Orientalotel Oriental OrientalIlotel Otl Otl10iel
Ilotel yetery 10iel otel Manhattan Mntt Beach for the night nightMAIL nlabtMAl nightWAIT
MAIL MAl tBBCKirrieH 18nunlel eMBERS VON VONTfe weNa lostTb
Tfe 9ua a sM Tb T trrojnc Z Bus a rear r IX b tttt 1 wil eta etaass ib ibnt
nt aI ass sdcslsrs ho o s PU atrs CeAC coalsAsa
1 1Ohk 7Ohio
Ohio Ohk Republicans Republcans See in Him HimHope HimHop HimHope
Hope Hop for Winning Roose Roosevelts Roosevelts Roosevelts ¬
velts Support SupportGAR Support SupportGARFiELD I IGARfiEL
Has a Platform Prepared to Put PutBefore PutBefore j jI jfors I
Before fors the Committee Commitee on onResolutions onResolutions j jRlolulons
Resolutions ResolutionsGotrMnrm Rlolulons ResolutionsCMtrunrs 1 1ALtn I
GotrMnrm ALtn Ohio July Jul 25 25The 5 Th not flntsession 11 j i ieresinn
session Ion of the Ih Kepubllcan IPIIItlIn MIlt Stat + ern in invention n ¬ 1 1vention 1 1fnlon
vention fnlon which thlrh is I to tl nominate l < mlnl candulitxi candulitxifor IIIII IIIIIror
for Governor Oernor and tale Int office om to op npl ee eethe i ithn i ithe
the Dnmocratio IMhlOrto ticket ht h hII1 < id nlel < H by ty Onv OnvJudnon ni 4 4Judll iJudson
Judson Judll Harmon laron will wil bo I calltvl I1 ti I od orals oralsin Ir IrIII > r rIn
In Memorial Imoral Hall Jall at I uYlock u k ton tlr tn cn lr irpiw irpiwafternoon j jafternoon
afternoon by Walter IIIr F 1 Brown wn char ibnrman dllr dllrman charman
man of the th Hint rotnnutU rotnnutUneprrnentalivo rlmit comnuitteIteprrsentath >
neprrnentalivo Jpnlnla I e Nicholas Xihull l iu Iongnortu ngnmti It I ofthe of ofthn r rthf
the thf Flretdisttirt First Frt district diltlrt Cincinnati Clncnlatil is to Im I Urn tivnpornry to t I IImr iporery
pornry Imr chairman chalnll of r the thl convention Inhis In Inhis Inbl
his bl speech srh Mr Ir I nngworth ln < worth ni 0 u tn I n < u uof I Ior nof
of the thIOI HOUKO Ways 1Vaysund und 111 Moan n invniUoi invniUoiIs > nuit 1 1I
Is I to defend thin th Tuft policy olcy an n to I b thi thiPaynnAldrlch I th thPayneAldrich +
PaynnAldrlch bill hi and other nilionil nilionilmeasures nulonllmOlr ration rationmeasures
measures mOlr adopted at lt Washin WlhinIn 11Mhiugtnn tin I 111t 111twnter lit litwinter + tt ttwinter
winter wnter Hn I U 1 also 1 to to dofnnil rolllli pojit out lniui U1lh U1lhUan ltouilean lniuilican >
lean State administrations admlnltrtol and lnd to attack attackthn Iltack Iltackthf ck ckthe
the Democratic Omocllle platform plton on which 0 0I ioc iocII nu null ¬
ll I ormon aon was WI renonunated rlolinn tld ut II Dayton Daytonseveral 1101 1101leml hoytonseveral
several leml weeks ago agoGov Olo agoGov
Gov 01 Harmon lormon aud Hnprnnentiillvo nllrlllll I 1II 1IIwrh Linu4 Linu4worth > IK IKworth
worth wrh are neighbors DIKhl1 > rs in Cincinnati and andhavn InJ InJhft andhave
have hft long lanl lawn personal friends rrlI although althoughpolitically allhflghIltltAly nltliuughpolitically
politically IltltAly opposed oppt to each other 1rwl 1rwldent Irl Irldet President
dent det Taft 1af and Representative nInnlntv Ixingworth Ixingwortharn 1I wurh wurhare
are also 1 home neighbors nelthlo in II Cincinnati Cincinnatiand Clnclnnt Clnclnntand
and the Ih T Tar Tefte fU and Ixingwortlis 1lg1rhs am II Inti Intimatn Int Intmil Intlmate
mate mil politically IUtly and Ind socially ehaly in Wash Washington Washington h hinlon ¬
ington inlon and ad at Beverly BnvnrlyPresident flvfrl flvfrlPrwtdent BeverlyPresident
President Prwtdent Taft hour 11 long linen t htn > nnn fond of ofMr orIr ofMr
Mr Ir Iongworth 1 worh not l because > > ecau aulle e the latter latteri lattorUoxPmsident mtr mtrI
i UoxPmsident I oxPnldent IUxMovolt8 Itelts soninlaw soninlawbut Inlnlaw Inlnlawhut
but because hOC4U of Intimata association associationof IciatOfl IciatOflof
of YN years yearsWhile > eara earaWhlln
While It is I accepted 10pte here b1 that President PresidentTaft PnidntTat PresidentTaft
Taft Tat on the th visit of Senator Nntor Burton and andSenator IIld IIldSnlo andSenator
Snlo Senator Dick Dck to Beverly Dverly made ml1l It clear clearthat cluthat clearthat
that hn b desired d6l to keep aloof alor from rrm interfering Inter Interfering Inrtrn ¬
fering trn < In the work ork of this th convention conventionhe nvutlonbe
he nevertheless nvlrbl us a a citizen cltlzn of Ohio had hada hodrtdt
a right rtdt to t his hil personal nl views 1 as to a can candidate Cn Cndldte andidate ¬
didate dldte for Governor and Ind it I is I understood understoodthat uDdrlto
that tt the President Pr ldt did dlt not look lok with keen keenfavor keD keDfaor keenfavor
favor upon upn the candidacy cndldAc of either Judge JudgaAren Jud6 JudgeArea
Aren Britt Brt Brown Irown of Dayton or James JamesKudolph Jam JamHulpb JamesRudolph
Rudolph Hulpb Garfield Orfld of Mentor MentorIt InlorIt
It became Ilm known in tho inner circles circlesof crl crlor
of this t convention cnnlou today to < ay that lhl the th nom nomination nomInlUon nornInatlon ¬
ination InlUon of r Mr Ir jongworth for Governor Governorwould Uovmorwouk Governorwould
would wouk not be I displeasing diplollnl to President PresidentTaft Iidn IidnTar presidentTaft
Taft Tar but on the th contrary lontmr would receive receivehis Ih Ihh receivehis
his h heartiest hlnlt approval Th The prediction predictionwas pnolcton pnolctonrfly
was freely rfly expressed slrU tonight tonllht that 1at should shouldthn shouldthe houldth
the th warring wrn factor continue contml their bitter bitterwork hiter hiterwork hitterwork
work there will wll U I > but hit one on outcome oul m the thnnomination tb tbnominton thenomination
nomination nominton of o Mr I Ion lnworth lnworthIn orth orthIn
In the th scramble frmblo and 11d tumble Imnll today the thewarring th thwarn thewarring
warring warn leaders decLirud dtLt1 that tlll Judge JudgnBrown Judlo JudloUrw JudgeBrown
Brown Urw would enter the th convention LonVfutoll with withSao
Sao 3 delegates dllII + at It his hil hock ck Warren mn Cl ClHarding nUanlulC I IIlaniing
Harding UanlulC of Marion lrion 3on 31 turiiil l A Thomf Chomp Thompson ¬
son on of Ironfn 30D 31 and iarlleld Urlld 125 I This Thiswould Thlold Thiswould
would about abul absorb al > rh tho 1001 IO delegates delegatescomprising delegateLompnleing 1jnle4 1jnle4lmfreinl
comprising lmfreinl the th convention conventionCJeorgo convnton convntonUrtt conventionGeorge
George Urtt B Cox the th lanais 11 of Cincinnaticonttnuel Cincinnati Cincinnaticontinued ineinn3Untnuf
continued ntnuf to predict p et Judge Browno Brownonomination Dronnlomillon Brownnnomination
nomination lomillon declaring dollrnK ho h had no second secondchoice eseondchoice on1 on1cholt
choice cholt and yet ho h remembered rnwmhrt how howHarding howlIarln howhanding
handing lIarln in IDOl eulogirod ulo 171 him as I the theNapoleon th thSapltn lineNapoleon
Napoleon Sapltn of Cincinnati Cincinnll Itnpuhlicnn Itfuhhnu + n pol poli polities mlt mlttics
tics U But UII while hil grateful Iral111 to Harding lanlu for forhis rorhi forhis
his hi sentiment Inllmnte Iox wan wa unalterably ullruhly for forBrown rorUmn forBrown
Brown BrownOn UmnOarfIP BrownGarfield
On OarfIP Garfield r field Cox 01 had no tO us u use for the thnman Ihllman theman
man from rrm Mon Mentor IPtor tor Didnt Udul Garfield Olrtll as asn II IIn a an
n State S t Senator Inurr n number of year n ago agoturn ni agoturn
turn tur out every tVr Cox fix man who wh had hld a job jobIn johIn jotin
In the Ih State Htl Capitol pitol Of course lrll hn h did didand didand didand
and that ender ld 1 larfleld lorl1 with the th man manfrom manfnm manfrom
from Cincinnati lllrllnull Ix 1UKworh ngworth > Hadnt HadntCox 1lnt 1lntCox lindntCox
Cox given alv longworth lnllwrh every nomination nominationhn lomlnAllon lomlnAllonh
hn h ever had hadlhol hadechnnh school committeeman cmmltnJl Stat4 Stat4Assemblyman Htu HtuNnhlyn StuAssemblyman
Assemblyman Nnhlyn Stale Senator Sntor and finally finallyCongressman InUr InUrCongnmn IlnollyCongnweman
had anti nndhadnt on1ht antihadnt
Congressman Congnmn P Certainly rnlnly hn h
ht hadnt Longworth 1llorh said Id ho h wnnnt n candl candlriato candldal cnndldate
date dal for ro Governor OOYlmor Certainly Cralnly ho h had luultut hadBut hu1
But lut as ni the day woru on the th undercurrent nndrcurrentrwnet undercurrenti 1rcurrnt
emed i 1 to favor Ixingwortli lnporh Ho I had hadtiad hmlhA hadhad
had hA no factional raclonnl difference dllrIC with il Cox Coxnono o onOl ox oxnon
nOl non nono I with Handing lanlnl 1Innly personally M > nvonulIy nor with withThompson withThompson Ith IthTomrm
Tomrm Thompson or Gnrtleld GnrtleldIn rfhl
In fact ha seemed mo to t be t free Ir from fromtho lromthe fromthe
nllloncen and disturlanicewhich dmturlmncnn dmturlmncnnwhich
the entangling rlnRll1 allC llllrllll llllrllllwhch
whch which have ripped ripp Ohio Republicanism Kepubllcaniomwide 1Plhllcanlm 1Plhllcanlmwid
wide open opllnt since William Wlinm II I Taft Tr an Prrxi President Prrxident 11 11dt
dent Iloosnvelt Itvlt Secretary Hrtry of War mode madothat mldl mldltbat modethat
that speech ph at Akron Akrn in I9O5 ID which whih was wasthe wasthe al althe
the forerunner rntJer of Ho itxveltn UovI < attack lltck elanJoseph u ulln ullnJOp > on onJoo
Joseph Joo ph linnson Henn Foraker in I9O7 18 2907Incidentally j jIncidentally
JOp Incidentally IncdftAly James Rudolph GarfUil1 GarfUil1arrived Gmrtloilarrived arflI1rlf
arrived rlf today taT Hn II in i nit R uvownd ninthdate ninth nindldata Ilnlll Ilnllldat
data dat for Governor Ooror and he brought hrolllht along nlonl u uplatform i ipltrorm aplatform
pltrorm pltrormDlor platformBefore platform platformBefore
Before Dlor going olnl any ay further furhr It may ma bn bnannounced h haoo heannounced
aoo announced that tht Senator fnlor t Burton Dllrol and andSenator nndStor antiSenator
Stor Senator Dick got ot wind of tho proposition propositionnf JrlMlllon
nf Arthur Aru I Vorys wed un wade Wnn H Fallsto Falls KIIUto t11
to greet po Mr Garfield Ga1 with a proposition propositionto Jropaltou Jropaltouw
to the to effect elr that tt if I ho h would meant rlt his hiscMtletlngs hi hicUI hicdtarringa
cMtletlngs cUI of the te Taft Tar Administration Administrationha Admlnltratlonb
ha b might mt bo b considered caldrl as a among nmonl tan tanacceptable tlmacceptable 1
acceptable able candidate ndllt for Govenior onmor and andprorentnl a1 a1pt andprvCatul
prorentnl pt them thP from greeting IrtnlC Garfield Garfleldwith GlrfIJ GlrfIJwt Garfieldwith
wt with any ay such au proposition proponltionBo propldon
Bo 8 intense It was wa the fooling rllnl over this thismotion tblIt thismoron
motion It of Vary and a Ellis EI that they y worn wornspoken wark werespoken
spoken k ot as the t loader IMe of the Ih mosquito mosquitobrigade mOlllto mOllltobfe rnosqu Ito Itobtigade
brigade bfe a tern r of contumely for the tholittle tb tbIt thelittle
little that BUbeMr It headed kee Republican RpublcD politicians pJ Ucl a of the thnBUbe th thStt thethat
Mr Ir Garfleld Ged said Md be WM to fight n h In the thacommittee to toOOIIUt thecommittee
committee OOIIUt on resolutions rNluln for his plat platform flat flatfn piatform ¬
form fn It 1 i is a stunner Itntr In the first flt plan pUrMr 11 11GI planMe > >
Mr Garfl GI Gar9ld ld la i Wine to give d Provident ProvidentVKMK Prsident Prsidentgv
gv 1 VKMK a7TER WKARIT1EHH WRI D KotttoM Jou Aeli AeliPluMBfeaisi AIa AIaMpl AMiPli
PluMBfeaisi Mpl Pli pbY qolcklr QI relieves u thn II tanvuor lnuu rttea rtteatloe r ih ihUoa h
Uoa U end a iMrvpvuint Nen of Summer Sl r ft c

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