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vii i r ir i r rCOflel4Ifl41 vvmri IrIIConInd K KConey
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anil mu ntl rnslrrtarr t ndri NtroaB eI Many Manyaway Ia Keel Keelaway JMkawa
away awa Heme tM Were f f Tillilren AT ATlinn flne flnea ftnaIis
linn Iis a llrowneil < CII 4uard 4uardAn jnar l ttirismlr ttirismlrAn hm hmAn
An unusually heavy hy surf gsvn YIt tt ttbathers thll thllhalbr thPhthprs
bathers ami ntl life hf gucrds eiztI trouble yesterdi yesterdiat trd trdJtockr
at Ilockaway Itoach Coney Con Island an another afl1other n1 n1othr
other resort along the oceanfront T Tundertow The Theundrtow ThtJflIfjflW
undertow wa stronger roner than usual usualIlockaway I IUlI At AtlIocka AtItnckwsy
Ilockaway lIocka It 1 wa W estimated at a the clo cloof ol olIIf do
of 4 thn th day that ninetyIre persons nOQ hs hshe had hadrMCU1 ba1Ien
he Ien n rescued riCu I Thern flu wa only oal oc ocdrowning 000 000lrownlnlC O2Itrlwnlng
drowning thern th h tM Moat IOOI of th tbttockA case ca i iItocknway at atItocknway
Itocknway ttockA wero 11 children hll lren < who paddle paddleout paildkiout 1 1ou
out ou too 10 00 far Thn Th guard < usnte ware IIre exhaust exhaustwhen ubuat1hn ezhauatiIwhin
when hn evening came cameOnly camaOllly camOnly
Only IiRht rraciipa wit reported i iConey at atConty t tem
Coney em Inland but It I Is believed that th iheiwerw the thew ibernurnroua
werw w numerous other olh which eecaped Ih Ihnotice lbnotice h hnotltl
notice > nf thn th police and bathing master masterThe muThl muterThe
The meml nInI rnnIiris > en of United State Voluntne VoluntneLife VoIuntrI oluntrIltd
I Life Saving In Corps orDls saved Id several yeral from frorgoing fromgoing
going down and wern uctlvn In the rnccti rncctiWork IMClleWork ractzework
Work About 30 31Ii 101111 > Q peoplo were tre a aConey at atCntiy t tCOIIIY
Coney Island and the Lb number of batheiwas bather blherU batherWaa
was U Uricer than ordinary ordinaryFrank onlln onllnrank ordinaryFrank
Frank McDonald 77 7 year y oU oUdruiiRhtxmitn a adraujhtmn adrughtimn
druiiRhtxmitn who lived < l at t 70S Bfllraon BfllraonAenne Delmontnnu ItetmontantIf
Aenne nnu Tlit fI llront went In loathing loathing13O at t
13O oclock < k In thn th afternoon from th thKleeplechu the tbaHIe4plha the4tipIchw
Kleeplechu lvulh Itockaway Seven Sevenpersons Rnr1un
persons Nfl un paw N W him go out beyomthe beyom bfoyondth b yond yondlbs
the th linen hll und they th y hot hoti ii to the th guard guardwho allnlewho giantwho
who put out ou in u 1 catamaran MuDonal MuDonaldidnt MuEonakiddnt JlIonlddidnt
didnt come to tip h surfaoi again Whit Whittho Whlltho tii tiithe
tho Runrtls wora r divine hln for th lbs bod bodMcDonald holly holly3IrPnld body1IOnakI
McDonald still ally 1 WAS w found floating floatmalong noatinlfalonl floatingalong
along i > ytnN rII4 from the th spot > 1 wh whcn hem h hKank hn hnnk hoiank
Kank nk Tho giarit iu 1Inl rd < brought him to shorin shore shorein horeIn
in n w IIIIronllolIlI < micon cloUM condition The Theworked They Theywurkld Thayworkrd
worked over him until they werw 1 relieve relieveby rtUev1bv
by Dr Siler of f Ht Jon Joph nhs Hospital HnspitalIn n pltAl pltAll
In l rll nit of all effort to w tavo ve him McDoualt McDoualtdjeti 31cJ lcIouiIddiMt > 00ald 00alddlt
djeti dlt nt th etui q Iul of an hour and A i half halfMrs halfIr baitMrs
Mrs Ir Mclhxmld PlIald who wltnewd th thAtxldetit thi thietthHt <
Atxldetit 1110111 wui 41 placed I 111111 in CAN of n phvsician ajthaiolanAt phvsicianAt
At 1 the lh II Holland 110 lm1 l baths > tln at Itockawa Itockawaten tocknrAYn
ten n persons p r41fls un Mere ifl rescued II1 HIM loodwli loodwliof
of th h vi Xew S York ork Athletic thlU Club save savethre It4fd It4fdth avedthro <
thre th > men A Kirty rty of four swam on oninto out outIno outinto
into the II danger one In Thy atu thmpt1 atttmptadIn > mnt mntlo <
lo 0 Ret lui halk k but wero soon thauiled b bthe bth by bytlu
the th ytroiii current nl Goodwin brought ii iithro In Inthn inttirvi
thro td 1 tntn 111 < 10 Ill Ihe 1 hc other wns card for foiby forr forlIT
by thn tll guards iorm oorll < Wllal allacoundJowpt allacoundJowpthad Ind nd J Joeph JoephItwIin pl1 pl1I
I ItwIin ItwIin8ariv r Ilrll IlrllalNlv
alNlv had thi thiq hi rescue been apcom apcompllnhed accompilithed m mpltllh1
pllnhed Mhrn the Ihluar guardi 1 w wrn < > rn r again called calleinut calledOllt
nut to anotlior man who wa In dUtrmw dUtrmwand diAlr diAlrncllllhl ditrsand
and ncllllhl iiimhlo toinakx tho h beach Tho ThmnlI ThmnlIhahl meni menibamm
bamm nan wrro r not ICI ICIliM tivii tiviiI1I iv n nMiM
MiM I1I IbwMJx Mndonbtatt lind nblntt of SI t Columbia Columblitroot ColumbiallIlIhattlill ColumbIastrrot
troot Miinhittin nwnni out 75 i yank yardnfrom yankfrom AI AIfrolll
from thn IxNirh 11l lh In fl front nf ILilittern ILII > rlI l hat tl tlhou h hhOUII4q4 I
hou hOUII4q4 < N at a lon 0 > y Ulind 1 Itd The Th c C4na C4nawatr eanvawater nva nvawater
water wing inc IIJKIII which hit wa relying relyingfor 1 1for Ifor
for support lIpl1 IPHM awnv and i she ho wink winkHer MnklIr sankIkr
Her companion rom ptII Ion Cellt 1 lt NVinnlck of HI HIColumbla IIIColumhl 11 11Columbia
Columbia ntr trNt H > t who In I abln to 0 HWHI HWHIwnnt swtmwnt I Int
wnnt nt to IHT uld Id but l both > Rirln wnnt under underMl untl r rlks
Ml lks Vlnnlck wn 11 unabln to kp up and andhold AndholtJ andhold
hold her companion at the th same time timeThouiAi UnIITbom timeTbouuu
ThouiAi Itilev who in I In charge of the theII theIII thelit
II III f RUM lIulI r dt at a llalmerH lIalrnrIIlIwAn wani to the h two twcclrUwith twoIlrl1 twojlriswtth
clrUwith th twoof two tsofhisiuntandirotsght tsofhisiuntandirotsghttbctii IIf hi hb aai 1I8II1Iant < Uunti < andbroiiehl andbroiiehlthem nd llrollht llrollhtbfIII
them in tincnncioiM Thr Th v were raninci ranincifated rtstiseiLated 1Iel 1Ielttd
fated In Urn h lmergency Hoopitnl Klley KlleyMid HII HIIMid ltihysaid
Mid that when htn thn h girU creamed thf thfother th thotblr thoother
other bather loul hI scurried away a t < a panic panicIcatcad panlowlt panicof
Icatcad wlt d of oiwUtlne them themAnnln Ihmnlliit
Annln FlnkrUhal tll1k lhl 1 year oM of ofChlJr 303 303Oiriry o oCherry
Cherry ChlJr trt tre t Manhattan fainted fairit 4 In th thurf tht >
t surf n IItoar Mr thn h place 11 whore hr the t1 other icirU icirUwvrn IClrlti1Inr iri iriwrrs
wvrn DMOUIK 1tOtOtJI Sh She wags 41 taken to t vnorf vnorfand shorand hor horand
and rovivwi by Itiloy ItiloyAfter IIIIyI Itiloytter
I After cult cutting lac her foot on A nhell Mar MarFurlwr Mary
Furlwr I7vemold 17 yetr 01 1 of 111 li 11 I Ixirimeriitreet IxirimeriitreetlliiKiklvti Iorlmr lrl atritlbiwjkivti
lliiKiklvti iallll111I fainte t In ihn Ih h water Shn Sh h hby war warnwiiH1 Willil
nwiiH1 l by Ihihp Ihlli lutl a lifn ur ruanl IIIAnlOf guantOsrgi ruanlOnorRn
t OnorRn Of T 1ampboll ampb ll All employe mpl tnphy of olthn ofthe ofthe
the Met Metropolitan Life InnurAncnCompany InnurAncnCompanyand Ineurancu Company
and Aleiander kziincl r lUtliy 1Wa1l who live Uv at t 134 Jef Jefferson JrII Jttpt ¬
ferson tpt II Avenue Brooklyn sank whll whllbathltiR whileiattting
I bathltiR in front of f DreAmUnd 1 fr amland They Theywvrn Th Thw Fhyw
wvrn w ro broiicht IorollFht to nor by A memlw of olthn ofth oftho
thn th Lnllrl lnll Matnt 11 Voluntier Corp CorpnIi lor lorMI
MI M144 > Ii MurReret W ClLvlmoro o 20 20old 0 year yearold rll rllolrl
old of 31 3 Wt N t llflth Htro Mtret t wan taken olt oltnf Oltof outof
of thn th water lr Arthur Itn IttIbum eal > aum nrnemrxr n nmm amember
member mm r of thn th h Volunteer cor corJoenph corps corfsI corpsJoph
I Joenph W V HolMTtH Itorlt 14 yeArn old of 4U 4UVuhlnKtoii tUWIhlnllo 4 4Vaihlngton
VuhlnKtoii n aomu w 611 iun Brooklyn hal an antUtnck I1nat anattack
attack at tACk of 4 1 hnirt h irt troublo and waa nearly nearlydrowun1 lIar nearlydrnwnct Iy Iydrowuti
drowun1 befom bo h 100 wa was rescued rNOufl < l bv bvMIIMr J J3tne J3tneMiller m m11I11
Miller U S V I 8 Siii C Cnii eI
I nii nl H HITCH lilT II o niinrui niinruiI ru Tin T 111 r fW fWII vov vovnoaliniaKrr
II I noaliniaKrr nok In Make Dkr One Un n lore Try f rr rrI r rKrrrnirnl rrllhI1
Krrrnirnl KrrrnirnlIf
I I If Inus oUIII > ui I P > llrandoi who ho pm pidotd id < d at attl attti
1 tl > Jwac wc 400 colifennitj cnfr tie Imtwnen the Ih roanu roanufacinrtT mnII marnifacltmrira
I r facinrtT and th < Inakmakont loalcm k U IAI at t we wcek wcekL Ie IerAnllo c cCAnnnt
L CAnnnt today draft nn agreement which whichappeal whlhaNle whichap4la
appeal to thn h PD uriUiV nl rnpr rprnall rprnallall Mntative Mntativeall i iall
all ronferfri IOlIr H > with Ih the Ih manufacturer manufacturernn
nn r likely hl < lr tn n ena nil 01 Mr I llranil IIranelIIt iie I la to met meotJulius mtJlIu metJI2liu
Julius Henry lInr Coliin Uwyer for or the manu manufacturers l1IanuIIIIUfu manufactirrs ¬
facturers and M ver Iomlon lawyer for forthe Irh fnrth
the th h union lIIionlola to toIav lav and th three will try tryto tryto
to r nlvM n t lau B m I Iv v which th lbs h rommitt IOmlnittf t tof
of f t tn > ti of r ti II I ii > nianuficturnrH innhifct zrr and the theiliMl th thkT1llkr theloiknaker
iliMl loiknaker rnnker < < 4 lilt m m1 et uatn u aln and n1 ma maanother m manIIIr manitber <
another < Tort to Httl ttl thn tli h diffenMiPt diffenMiPtlul tru
lul th reprcKjntJitiMM rprr atall of tho th cloHk cloHkniuUT 1I000kmulr ioiikni4t
niuUT ni4t r n iil I that not II single lust ill l point hai haii hA hAt11 hItdfl
t11 i < n HHt 1111 i d it WM It vil vsiInt Inl nt ynMrduv that thtit
it t ui > 4 tli tIitinti ii IlInll tion r 1 Ih 1 II 1 union hop 141101which hopwhich hollhlch
which hlch I lr > r k up Ihn I I ht mitotiainin niotIa on onKaturday llfltatiiritoy n nNilunly
Katurday lr lrOIIn m l > n H Ite41it14ri tih I riand r anti X Seri Scrtill Seritu rrn rrnt
t till tu ry Uv IhIn lo I of r inn III Ifiinmatirnnl V tins niitnViarmiit 11In 11Innrm1I1 tinsrtitetit
iarmiit rtitetit UkHfM t kts 1 IK 1lh id of If whom wen wenrn wereITI
rn li t Ia 1 t i fiininiti III Ifl I i nf r nti 11 rpreiu tt IJInlinjt < ntint t i og thn thnkMlmiiknr tlo tloIImI t hatiknii
IImI kMlmiiknr tor had n i tidk t Ic yesterday Illy with withtthT wi Ih Ihh t ii iiithr
tthT h miinlKiM < > r 111 ttio cnninilten 0111 at I the theadiuarier II tii tiinlquartr
10 < adiuarier II1l1nll nf I thn Ih I lOOk k and ml Suit SuitMM SUI111111 SuitblhIltp
MM blhIltp ic I 111111 nun J Ta Fat t Tenth street streetIlirv
1 Ilirv h i V nlil > ltl lat there would u1 l le no ur > t in inlh Inth Ifltli
lh < nrnmiit ornm nU1mitI4 n < coining nllll together togetherunlro AIt again againmiuke ln lnIII
unlro III Mr Ir Itrandiinand Ilramnd is anil hit hi twooolle twooolledinlt two wO < OIlAlrll ollaagijsdieft
dinlt nn ncnerrent at their m mti rrtlnr rrtlnrto
ti day 111 wM V Mr htti h will 11 satisfy the th labor com commitue 1001Inltll corn1flit
mitue 1flit ir V r in ih III tnnipouit of unionism unlonUmlf
If II tl4 draft looks to UK II like hi a union unionaitrf unionJlr tlfliOUagrrrn
aitrf Jlr rntiit lt mid President rrf eilknt HntMnberR HntMnberRthn
thn we will i 11 rnnri enneIr < < ler It If not n further furtherconferenren IlIrthrulI furttircnnfrvmas
conferenren would ulI U I > only nl A wa waste 01 t of oftime ortlrn oftirnt
time timeHe
He 1 piild iti i1 that tie II manufacturera pro proi rrGprf prota
prf i 4d the Ih follow rllololI inic lrsia rnn 1 of waiif 1 > + Mi Mihlne M MI 1 1dlir
dlir I little nittent IIIt 125 n l 1 neok ek f 1j1llar ilftr cutters cultertJi col cuttersarivis
Ji 2 LinviiH 111 riitiero 11111 Istt rs IZ 1 nklrt ekirt3f In rill dlllII dlllIII tern ternjacket
I I 3f jacket jatli t pri prls14ers wrn V 0 0li > undrrjiclel undrrjiclell
l 11110 < re frh tin li skirt pr prrll vuera tin It und under undrII underskirt r rklrt
skirt II pr p tPsPi14 < k eiM I fi4 par pre plIen ni 10 10t Infr 10iipfr
t iipfr fer pre lr prer ni 10 under teeter prauer prauertl7rimplntnllori prsri
tl7rimplntnllori 112 i lImpl tllllo SI0namplecklrtmaker SI0namplecklrtmakerlift SIll 19
lift iu 11 kin ImMtem 11lI1 SlO 10 and aklrt flcl I1nlab1 I1nlab1In flnlibenm flnlibenmI h ri riiu I
In n nrl naarly nrly nil then h rae 1 he raid raide alttOil a14t1
Oil t1 e WMffun < 11 propo prol propoed Oflf e < l aTe ar from II 1 to M Ma I Ia
a eak k h bee tlun the th striker rlk had been beenle beenOur 0 0IHhill
le IHhill itln Our cnmmitten flmlnlll rejected a aprn alt114itiofl I
prn lt114itiofl ieltinn ion to pay the piece hand on onimien In1M ontrlee
imien 1M ndjimte < l In noordance with the thoy tb theIcy
IY y of thn Ih weekly kl k2y wage alt bandn On Onprurxieitlon Onftl OnftlJritlun One Onegna1itIon I
prurxieitlon WOK W JI that a permanent p mlannt arbi arbitration rIJI rIJIrtlnn ¬
4 tration Uiard I 101 xi formed fnn That Tb would woildle
I le I nil right if wn 11 had an n agreement but bute I
i e I have h reirhed norm normThe nonTh noner1e
The Th ifinf Onlrac r iicn on Saturday ended endedhowever I II Iliower
however IlI wr when wn saw we could come to tono totin
I no 10 conclusion on tho subject of uniunUin uniunUinIhn
Ihn manufacturer wante wanted l to permit permitnonunion poormttnonllnlon permittiontjiiion
nonunion nirn to work If they th wets com comptent comI comIW cornlrtnt
ptent W We n ankod uk how we could kenuut keep kpl
ut > union ronditloDH III the II factories aclllrl If Ifthere IfI itthere
there I l wigs u an fl element w us could not ecu ecutlcil
No n Painter Intn Strike StrikeJhe ltrlk lrIkcj
Jhe J hl local 1 11 of the lirotherhood if ifIainlerH 1 fIainlers
IainlerH Ialnl In the tll 1 Irvater ter New ew 1 lllrk ork It wan wanannounced w 1 1S Iennounced
S announced yeetenlay hare Toted otl < j down a apmpo aImptllitlon arrtoitIon
pmpo Imptllitlon ltlon to make a general < demo nd ndfor ndfor adt
t for an Increase Inl of wage from Si t a day dayfor d dyfor
for 1 plain palntnnt and I 4 2O O for decorative decorativepainter d decorativepaintr OralvInl <
painter Inl to a flat general rate rl of 15 3 a day dayThin dayhl
Thin hl would hare ha meant a strike aril Inrclvmg Inrclvmgpamt Iny invclringr lvlnc lvlnc1ffIlI
r 1ffIlI pamt painters r If the rote had trHln the thex the2Irmati thetirtuatit
tirtuatit 2Irmati U IPVI IPVr UI
ha7IJlin I
x r I
ItlHT R ntMt lI AWK iw iwPsnnsyhantaIfletahtPnttItkkI U A Af 11 11han
f PsnnsyhantaIfletahtPnttItkkI > Hut flvanlar han nUhte t lnf mrlfclnc III IIIII Hli Hlir 1I
II r to tlliht nl and nel Nrtlsre r Hnter Hnterlscr lIvdfrflarsisItt1eU M Mn
n flarsisItt1eU lscr III < r ntisr 1 Pa I July JIIIII 31 After AU mur murruling murldlnl mmmcl mmmclrIiiia4
ruling awl srionling P14sIt1tl lod 1Ja forty lot m ann annI Irwinof ii iiibrrs
ibrrs I of the Prnn ironyivania ylvitnlA IYInl Suie iIA t Ionslal Ionslalilkwr onalali1iilary atAh atAhIILv
1iilary IILv ilkwr manaei tisanatel tn Ii get It t A sefiibUtnrH sefiibUtnrHortlef of ofItt ofImitlef
ortlef at t Hi Eiirt 1 port JJr PA where h for fort fortelht f felll forty fortyIht
elht elll hours hI there bail II been rHillii arm armand arsonanil IIQQ
and blooiUhed blooiUhedAfter IltJOtlth1Art
After Art mfclnlght last night Troop II IIthe 01 01tb ofthe <
the tb Htote 4unnUlMiUry CJIIA IJary came ruling rlle Int IntFxport into InloEzprl intoFport
Fxport Ezprl from frm PunisuUwner Iunuutn And Ih Ihmoment Ib tbmoment
moment this trooper rf SAW the th nuuuwM n c cminers of ofmln ofminers
miners mln and I the Ih burning hllmlna honsen h At 1 Fxpoi Fxpoithey Flpurt Flpurtth Fzpurtthey
they th began to II shoot Iht While Whl their thi shot shotwent shutswent ht
went P Into the Ih air they th had h the It effect t1 c csending of ofeIIC ofotltng
sending eIIC the b striking alilln miners mlrl bnlterftkelter bnlterftkelterAt blt1ulfr blt1ulfrAt
At daybreak dir the tb troo trooper < rs went wn out 0 i iAutomobiles In Inutomol inautomobile
Automobiles utomol with wit riot guns Kn More tlia tliatoo than thanltx
too 10 persons Jne were roughly handled hlo durra durrathe durI during duringthe
the th day d And before night when w hm A crow crowof l1d l1dIf crued cruedof
of If strike tlk ynipAthlrers yIPthlnr beard berd the tb toot tl u uAn 01 01n ofan
An n automobile Automobie horn bor they th fled fledFour n nollr fledFour <
Four ollr more 00 foreigners forlln tare th rasa I and i iwoman a awomn awoman
woman were wr arrested aff early r this hi morning momJncharged momng momnghed morningcharged
charged hed with Arson rn They T were wer AT ATralKnetl a atra1ged
ralKnetl 1totJ before Ifo Magistrate IiItle Tmxal am amworn and andworn nd ndwer
worn wer committed Cmlulttl to Jail Jai without ball Thn Thnwere Thy Thywlr Theywere
were wlr followed foU to the jail Ji by A large lare crowd crowdwhich crowdwhich wd wdwhlob
which was wa finally fnaldpoo flnallydlapered dispersed whoa hm Kheril KherilHhleUU Hhrl har1 har1Hhielda
HhleUU Hheld appeared p 11 outside Inn th jail Jai with willhalf withhl withhalf
half hl A dozen deputies pIII armed r with riot rloguns riotIn riot1 riot1gun
guns In and nlln In It a few well w1 chosen cbOn words wor told tollthe toldtbe toldthe
the miners mln to go o or get Kt blowed blowe full o oholes of ofbol ofholes
holes bol They went wentAbout wentAbout nt ntAbuL
About AbuL 3AM I A M UJMt Ireensburg was tcled tcledby xclte xclteby icltedby <
by A rumor Imor that 10000 100 armed miner min wenmarching wen wfr weremarchIng
marching mrbln on the Greensburg jail J1 to rescue rescuitha re retb rescueth
tha tb fifty ffy miners mln held bld them th and that th thminer thmine iiiminers <
miner had threatened thIn also al to t burn the theI thotown thutown
I town Soon Hn the tl streets Ilr were filled flt with witthalf wltbI withhalf
I half hl clad Ld people pple Sheriff tUIrll Shields Hhld an announced anI a aI
I nounced nount that tlL ho h had fifty ICty men mfn armed nl will willriot wllbI
I riot and that he h would kill
rot guns gha ki ever everarmed every everyI tr
I armed Inld striker atlker before Ior he could culc get to the thiDHtlVTK IhJai thejail
Jai jail jail1IWtTI
Census nn Hnrrsii nlr1 Record Rtb at Owner the M tn tnhe t tMho n nhu
Mho hu Manser nc A Farm rm Hwned U1nf by HI fife nifeWASHIXGTOX n nWUI01 fifeVAelIINGro
WASHIXGTOX WUI01 July 31 Director Diretor Durum Durumof Durnd Durndof
of the th Census lrnUI Rurcau has bA made mde hi lila peace peacewith pc peacewith
with I Mrs I Catharine Cllhrn Vatigh 811h McOulloch JlculOh of olChicago ofChlrRo ofChicago
Chicago and with wih other advocate no < l ol olfemale 01f131t offiriiale
female f131t suffrage ufm At least Ite h lie ho hOI hope > es ho heha hoh hobis
ha h bis and tho e iual > suffragists realize Jlz what whila
a friend they h have in him who control controlthe cntl cntlIh controltime
the Ih deetlny dtny of If the Ih greatest arttet body of eta itatinticn lt etatisticit
tinticn t tiC in tho world worldMr worldr worldMr
Mr r Durnnd Dumld made ld public publc today a letter letterhe IHe letterhe
he has ha written writ to Mrs McCutloch lclh explain explaining eaplall ¬ I Iin
tog in why the Ihl census IIIUII enumerators tlunmorl record reconlu ftlnll ftlnlla
u as an owner a 1 man who merely manages managesn 1811 1811A mann gee geea
A farm owned by his hi wife I That had hadnroumxl bdIru1 hadaroused
aroused Iru1 Mrs I McCulloch Mcullob who said id in Inletr a aletter aletter
letter letr to II thn th director directorThin dlrelor dlrelorI directorI
I Thin n would be I a miontatement IIttemPt if such suchreport suchreprt u < h I
report rlpt should boul be b made iadI for in many mny of olour ofour I Iollr
I our States ttl tatee the Ib pmpertr of the th husband husbandnnd hubAld I IAnd
And wife is n I so > sufficiently utclllly separate prat that he hehns h hI hehas
has h no right rllh or dower or coverture rtl and andeven Rld I Iv Ieven
I even v in I State like Ik Illinois inl the Ih husband husbandhas hutd I
has h no ownership In hit hi wifes wlf real I estate estatehn estatebe
hn 1 U I only a life iI tenant of f onethird Inthln of ofher 01hfr ofher
her real nl eute ft This U I not ownership
I Director OrtIr Duran I explains splhl onrhJ that Ihlt IhltCIIUI the theCeuitus theCensus
j Census CIIUI llurenu lurNu takes akf no 10 cognizance rolnlLn of ofsex ofsex
sex NX In recording rlrina the hI ownership and man management mAnnamnt msnngement ¬
agement of ftrms faO The T census Nnu merely merelywunts rnrlyWIUt rntrelyWi4tltlI
wunts WIUt to know kno whether the Ib farm fah U I oper operated operI ¬
opr oprI
I ated t1 by b I an Independent owner or a de dependent de le lerndnt ¬
pendent pdrt renter rtllr r or r employee employeMf 01111
Mf I Ii thn th farm fanl Is I owned hy the th wife lff he hesays h hOYII hesays
says OYII that Ihlt ownership n lp according alnllllC to 14 the thecensus th thcns thecenetis
census theory given < 1 the h Kune 10 economic economicindependence fomlc fomlcI economicindependence
I independence Ildlldnl to the h family IMnly that thlt in incured I IM IMetired
cured 111 when 1 w ht hen the I huslMiulnwnn husbttiil iwne n the Ih farm farmConsequently IrmI
I Consequently CnIUO nnsqtlen tl thy the Ih Instructions Inmllln am r1 that thatif thatthe
if the farm lar Is I owned by the huband huond and andwife on andwife
wife jointly or by the th husband alone Iont or orby orby orby
by th the h wife If > alone Ilon it in to b lt reported rI > ed edI as asoperated asopernted
operated by I the h owner ownerMr lnr lnrIr ownerMr
I Mr Ir Durand contends md that tht far from die disregarding rfl rflranto dieI ¬
I regarding ranto the h rights rlrhl of women Wllnen the Census CensusUurmii lfU CensusI
I Uurmii recognies rljllu thnt the woman womancounti wm womanI
j counti llt theMiiiina the h un 1 a her htiKhand und ehomIhe hould houldbn houl
bn b treated In the Ih eIrn mie Im way A the th family lamiy
being t111 the h true tnl unit lUl of f presentation prerentntlonThe prlltln I II
I The nl letter 111 WB made Id public publo for the th bene benefit blfl blflnt ¬ I IfIt I
fit of If other 1111 perrons and organizations organizationswhich orzalzton orzalztonwhich
which hid filed tlld protests protestsoK4 Irtlt IrtltO PttetaUh1AII1It I I
oK4 O Uh1AII1It IA l ui rnor ma orTiann orTiannIllc mTInnl mTInnlUI
lug UI tlrlil i IIJ IIii of ration rationKolns clon PJtrC FpeetedCrn FpeetedCrnItuing n nlolC
Kolns lolC s Mrll hl eii a as 1 lait 1 lear learCifTURtK ear earIITUK1E ar arI 1
I CifTURtK tl TUlt Okla July Jul 31 Secretaryt Secretary SecretaryrVauk
t rVauk alk Fields of time ti State HI Board Bn of Agri Agriculture Aarl1 Aarl1cllliure AgrIculture ¬
culture mode iad public today the boards boardscrop boardscrop
crop bulletin bul1 a for August I compiled IOmpit LrdI from fromofficial fromomclll fromofflcb1
official omclll report from all al sevrntysix IY ntyia coon counties Oa Oat coontic ¬
ties tic
tiesIt t I
It shows ho crops Op greatly damaged drna by bydrought b bdrolllht bydrought
drought drolllht and place pl < the Ih growing Irow ing condition conditionof rondilon rondilonlom
of 04 rent compared with withU llb llbJllly
corn lom at a I Ior > er rft cmpr
U t 4 Julv I and Al ft 3 last la season ManonAft seasonAsvoors An Anr
Aft Asvoors < vMors r returns rtur how ho 707M072 707M072busheU iOID12lshlL g gbiiahLt
busheU lshlL of corn lr grown ron in II Oklahoma Ullahma lost lostyear lt hutyear I
year while this 1111 yearn r acrivtce in li u I per percent percent
cent l granter 6r11r Secretary srllry Fields t l believes believesthis b1N believesthis f i iIhlll
this < Or vir irw crop will wi 0111 < ijal lost seasons seoitonMTho In InTh seasonsThe
The sixtyfmir uyfn < r cotton lon growing Jrolng counties countieshow onll onllbo countiesshow
how bo crowing Irowlrll condition < of cotton ltwn MI MIper MItlr eiIer
per cent nt against allnt no 11 a I last IIt month and ad adn
73 3 a year 1 ago at C The f prospects are ae the thel tbeI thetst
l tst e < tt in I yearn I for a bumper bumpr pp yield yiel the theprettent th thprnl thepresent
present condition lOflUton IMII hihL 4 1 per cent centabove centabove t tI
above I Ih the h Governments ten tl yeAraverage yeAraverageIliln year pr r average averageitt yeral
itt 111 yetirs acreage Is I ID IDI I per cent cmtgreater Ct Ctgrlr centgreeter
greater than llln last Rcle t years with leas P 1 than th thanI
1 per cent nt nbundnned fast I L ye yeer r 1 Okla Oklaginn Ok Okiaiiomna I II
horn pr gina d ll6l thal thalutlnr bales balesainnnr haleJu1zn1
I Iinn
ainnnr utlnr r I nnss IW is isIll I Ui issvviill UiII
Ill II Wife I Illil Ill MM Mlrarv ra llalliul Ial ut lleUenl lleUenln Ie lie Went WrntI
t a n I > In III II llrrli llrrliMr DertMrs Irt
Mr floorcn nMr K t Ho So of r u West Wf t 121st 121sttr 1llt 1lltIrt iltstreet I
street tr t nuked n I the Ihf police OllrC 11 Uni tt night to look lookfor In lnolifor
for h Ir her r hntw hIlln1 himebanmi nil who h hJ hvt h been b mincing mincingKlnm mlnlf1m missingslnco
Klnm 1m July 13 1 She t said Id that lat linen Jt had hl once oncel rmceIth cmceben I
ben l < n wealthy Ith and nI was A In the re real l mtat mtatbuxmevi wtathttRiflf5 lt lt111ln I
111ln buxmevi in I th the W WI t yiwr w ago 10 When Whenti Thenla
ti la loot 10t hi II tue money 1111 h he oamn cnl to Now x ow York Vorkand Yorkand
and got ot ft a i Job J with wih wit the th InternalioiuU InternalioiuUorreepondenn lriteritioijjlorreeponmtenr or
orreepondenn Hchool thJI Hn U is A linguist linguistnd
Ingit Ingitald
ald eud nd IUM I travellnl A Rood deal dealtn d dOn dt1On
On July JII 13 3 according AcrtnR to Mr I HM HMher Iv Ivhr H1eIher
her huntiAnd 111 WA a not fe rUnl feeling > dlne well 1 She Hhelild Hhahid Shehid
hid hU h straw Itri hat so lh that t hn h could CIII not notar 101
I iae > > ar the Ih house hOI but hl hn h put on o his hi derby rby
i hat hR and went t A away ay She Shl Sb has JAIIK Inen look lookInn 10k 10kIIa looklOg
plo iiWl5Mr Inn IIa for him at t the h hospitals hOpll1 and other otherMr otherplo otheriiWl5
Mr Ir Row no I df dcih1 rlrerihed < Tibed n A its 50 O years old oldand oldand oldand
and of dark drk complexion Hn 1 wnlvh WJlh yrll 100 100sounds I Ipnd lO lOpound
sounds pnd and ad I II 6 feet 7 incho Incbo tall tallSTOVB tal talTn tallcTo
Tn STOVB p Ttinnvaii Tln01J1 cn cnCreehalder rtl Irnow IrnowFrerhndfr irxnow irxnowFreeholder
Freeholder Mathsn of Newark wak wsrk and andFrlrnil nd a aYrtrni
Frlrnil tlnd Hate Iat a lose n Call CallWhile all allVbIIe U UU
I While U Freeholder David Dntl n Nathan Xala and andtntnt andsome d dfrn
some frn friends InW were r returning ftumnc from Anbury Abur
I Park to Newark X IIr on a late train last lalt night nightin
on the h Central Cn Ial Railroad ltirod he h and an Alfred AlfredDevon Aln J J1 l1evoe
Devon w 1 ho h oocuplKil II A s sent t In I the Ih smoking smokingjar smokingcarwith mokln moklncrwth
crwth carwith jar with him narrowly eec eecwd > d serious ro in inlury Injur injury <
jury jur wheti h 1 storm lln weighing Iahhl a pound poundirss In1
I 1 we irss hiirltl hllrl llholll through the th car I r window within withini I
a i few f Inrht of their Ihvlr heads The Th train trainrun talnpluU trainwee
run pn pluU ptuimig ina the Ih Port 10 Reading 1dil crossing cronningBetween cfinc
btwn Between Howarer snr1 and Curteret lrtlrl und 111 nin ninling nmnnirig
ling nl at t high hI h up upWhen seiei seieibin
When h bin tlm tis r stolie t 101 < jne cra cralh1 crashed hd through the thewindow th thwildo thewindow
wildo window fniemeiitu Imllloll uf the 1 glass jla flew n in inpvery II it iterry
pvery ilir itlreiioi ir tlon hut II fortunately nolxxly nolxxlyas nohoIwall
wall as Inliinil IIJIII1 111 Fhn tone If wnC n one on 1sf 1sfI i 1 i iIraprock II
I trlr Iraprock wild rharp 111 ilgeii ilgeiilait mgi mgiI Ie IeI
lait Pal 4Jrsn 15n4I l flatter atr let Tri Ittrhs 111 Iuiiersl IuiierslAIDAvr lucrrIAtnaNr
AIDAvr AIAI July 31 SimpU SII s services servicesmarked rvice rvicenarked rvl I ImarkJ
marked lh It the funeral here tod tdy y nf If M I W Wlante V VJan I IJam
Jan Jam leii Tti KycU p pt m 1 grand rU I rn 1Ir rnasir er of ofHASOIIS IIIMuons f fIul
HASOIIS Iul of the II Hum 111 Thn 1 iKidy wA was N > Rarrle IArrlI < l
from the th hom hor to th I the h l IIrlr tesnflmr orir leiriflxhere 111 leiriflx Eetn14ewhere
here his hi hi blue 111 odn 1011 condicted fldlflfl Maoonln Maoonlnlervloe Miwnlnservices NJt
services IO Memr Mnhrs > er cf the Ih grand Irand lodge Ixlgeittcoded lodgeattended
attended attd Cunpt17 Intermentwhich Inlermentwllch wan at the Rural Uural UuralCIW
itHHi IRHI rurr TIIJ wur WI 1 nr II i 1WrK4TtO
WrK4TtO IrrRt1lt It 41 ur rr rrIM r 11 11d I Iseerdlsi
seerdlsi d I Irnt renl PtauTh n nttbIW1 Wltiel WltielNa
IM telablMietl ttbIW1 al the tI MIt In I tllk tllkr nuel
el r tti the he nr n First t < UM en e T Tal Twa > n In i Kt Ktlat EachItat
Itat lat al Ma H Hntcaalrtl 1 f Iw r a Baal BaalJuly Ba BaU BaaWnituio
Wnituio U n = o 0 July j JIBy 31 Dy October Otob I Iat U Ut 1at
at t th lh e riliust rll U t or by NuT ombl ovmbr mb r I at t II IIlatent tl lblatest
latent 1 IM th tis postal pt savings lior bank bl syten sytenwill y ym ymwi et etwill
will wi be b I1 pt xit in I operation throughout throbou Ih Ihcountry thcountry h hrntr
country rntr If I present plan pL ar a are crri crriout rr rroul carried carriedout
out the ttl new IW bank bnl will 1 not nlt be blntouc Introduce Introduceat
at t the ouuwtt olt in i clUes clU of the h first rnt cites clajndepartm c cOr cites11zs
Or 11zs departm departmental prnttal otal committee Cmmlt which I Inow I Is Is00w
now perfecting UIC ail 1 organization orJanlutio orJanlutiormnud wi wirecommetul will willrecommend
recommend rmnud r that he Ii bank bnl be b tried tre In th thBrut the thent theChat
Brut instance IhtoC In po pt post t office oMl of th the tecon teconand a second secondand
and ad thinl churn dA It I U I pointed rlnlt out that thaf tt ttIf thatif
If f postal pt I savings Io were we received 11 at 1 tfc tfceiilniilng the theLanlnc thebeginning
Lanlnc beginning In Ike lb lb big bl ofllce OnlC the lh coat cL c cidmlniatratlon of ofdmlntrUon ofadminlatraUon
idmlniatratlon dmlntrUon would woul1 limit lmit the tb Intro Intrcloci Ilro Ilrodulon Introtiuclion
dulon tiuclion loci Ion of the th ym y tem to A comparatively compamtUelfew romprUel romprUelf
few f citiee ctl a A as the th appropriation prprtioa mail mailvalUbU m made madeavallabIs
valUbU Ib for the ll current tlUI n tool yea yeara yer yerw yearWa
w Wa ra Iliml at IIOOOUO 1100 The Tb official orla declare declarthat cl declarethat
that llt the th et ct < x t of administration dlnlnlUoB will wi b bgrcutcr b be begreater
greater Irter in cities rl of the first claaa I than lh I Icitiea In Inc Incities
cities te of 0 f the t h actonil Ind or third t h n cLass cUaaTho c cLassThe
c The T Indication IndltOMr are that tht At the tb begin beginclng blin blinIlng beginning
clng Ilng one town In each eh Htatn will wi be b do dognated d dee deeIgnated
gnated Iclt aa a A postal ptl savings vlna bank bk Town Townwill Town Townwill
will i bo b selected Ileled where wher the coat ct of admin admintrAtlon adintntitration dl
titration trtion will wi be b reduced ru to A minimum minimumLater tnlmu tnlmutcr minimumLater
Later tcr when A larger lrr appropriation ppropralon U Umade I I Imade
made available alabl by Congress Congn th tM system ayatenwill eytmi systemwill
will i bo 0 mom mo generally Ken rny extended extendedUncle eztend extendedUncle
Uncle Unc Kim Hm U I not finding nndlnl It an easy y tA tk tkto task taskto l lto
to net It up in the banking bklnc business buln On Onof On4 On4of One Oneof <
of the problems presented prNted la Involved lyolYd Ii Iithe In Intbe inthe
the effort tror to do WRY with the Individual Indivlduapas Indiidul IndiidulJ Individualpass
pas J book bk Up to 1 date no satisfactory satisfactorjub Ntlfactorylbttul satisfactorysubstitute
substitute ub lbttul titute has hA ha been n proposed for the pas pasbook pM pMbk passbook >
book If the PASS propee book bk U I adopted adnpt l at atnow allnow asnow
now bk seems t 01 probable Illhle 1 officials omdal say r that thatthe thaLth thatthe
the th extension eztfion of the postal petl bank hlnk system sytterrwill 8lte systemwilt
will vI ultimately ulth 11 make hk the io central Ct1 office orc ofTic In IrWashington InWaalnaton inVuhingtun
Washington the largest lrKt department Iprtmlt o otho 01 01th ofho
tho th Uovermmita Uovfnt nervier rl The pas I book boohwould bookwould honkwould
would require tlire bookkeeping In each ch bank bankand bnk bnkand bankand
and the maintenance IllnlPln of a Urge lrRe cleric clericforce oler clericalforce 1 1fr
force fr in this city cty With Wih the bank bnk In opera operation opr operation ¬
tion In the th large Irl cities cll aud in i hundreds hundrediof hWdr
of ton cities clt1 of Ihn U6 second lnd and third Uln cLasses cUsseit c cIt cLassesit
it i is estimated tlmal1 that tbL the number numbr of indl indlidual IndlIdl 1mbldual
idual Idl I dex dloal deposits > sits would aggegate a < gate ten million millionin mi 100 100In
in n comixtratlvely few years yearsTho yearsThe e
The 1ho departmental dlprtJlt1 committee romml which U Uworking II Isworking
working out thn details dlll of orgnnirAlioa orgnnirAlioaof ornnlUon ornnlUonof
of orklal the new 1 bank bnl ha hl lute under udr consideration oonildvratlonA onldratln onldratlndvk
A device prom iroposed d as a substitute ubtltut for the thepnM thepass bem
pass m book Irolo It is II open to one 0 fterioun fteriounobjection serlougobjection rlOUI rlOUII
objection obJ in that thL It would woul bring brna into use useA u un
I ton
A new n form of currency Iurlcy This Til plan pI pro providen pr providee
I viden vld for fo a registration r itrton of deposits dfplle on A Acard an acard
card to be b earned by the depositor drpolor This Thiscard Thlan ThIcard
card < n it 1 is I crnl proposed shall IU not ntt bear br the thename thenm thenme
name nm an of the th prp he depositor dpltor It I is II recom recommended Im Immfdld recommended ¬
mended mfdld that tht it shall bn be b accepted as 1 evi evidence tIdl cviivOCS ¬
dence dl that deposits have been lpf I mado As Asthe A Athe
the th card nt tt would dJit bo b transferable trffrble m the th Adop Adoption adop ado adotion ¬
tion of such a pUn In it is I urged Ir < would wouldresult woul woo wooresult
result ul In the postal Mrincs cards Cn being beingused blJ beingused
ptl NY
used u aa 11 currency thus defeating dftilC in A Ameasure amurt amesaure
measure murt the object sought URhL in establish establishing NtbUllb NtbUllbInl ¬
ing Inl the new hank namely hlI to encourageMating encourage rcue rcuenlna encotiragesavings
Mating among people fl who are r timid timidabout tmid tmidbout timidShout
about minting Ine existing zllllnlC banking bnkln Institu Institutions InUtut011 institutione ¬
tions t011 with wit ih their money moneyApproximately mln mlnAppralmatly moneyApproximately
Approximately ISO 3 postmasters ptmutlr hare hareasked hT hTalkl haveasked
asked alkl that their office om he designated delntf AS ASponul l aspostal
postal 111 savIngs hanks and ld 7UO 7 national nationalhankemwnnt nlUonll nlUonllhk nationalbanker
hk banker hankemwnnt wnt t their institutions I tltutun designated designatednn dtCtt
nn C depositories ttr for postal 11 savings savingsPo savingIotmasterflcnermtl In InIlch
8 Po tmternefieriil dptrl Hitchcock Ilch > k < who ho la larhairnuin I Irhlmln iseluiirnutn
rhairnuin rhlmln of If the Ih hoard tnl of trustee tnl charged chargedwith chargedwith hAre
with Ith the th duty tif administering dmlnltrnlC the af affair atfairs f fla ¬
fair la of the th new n bank bnk Is i expected srIf back backfrom bk bkfrm backfrom
frm from Kiirnpo lrop this week 1 While Whie hile abroad abroadMr abroadMr brodIr
Mr Ir Hitchcock Iltdck gave IYIt some n attention AttUn to tothe t tothe
the operation of foreign fol5 postal poatl banks bankaissvrs bn bnFAnrO banksIJAIIIXO
IJAIIIXO FAnrO 11nrnATW IWItORATW issvrs issvrsThe USUF USUFft 1 1The
The ft TarUT Trl High Ulah Cost eel of LIving Lhtc and an Re ReIMitillran lIeputillean
IMitillran phllan putilleanWL5fllXflTOJ lUtravagance lUtravaganceWiSHIXOTOV
WiSHIXOTOV Wu urroJ July SI The tariff tArll the thehigh th thhih thehigh
high cost of living 11ln < and nd KepuMlrnn ex extravagance cxtravaganef x xtravaga ¬
travagance are Ir to 0 bn l mail the th leading leadingIssues ldlnKIUN leadingissues
Issues by th th the DtimocraU Omor In the coming coming1ongrms rmll
1ongrms onl1 campaign < 0 J41 < n This Thil In I made clear clearIn r rIn
In the Democratic DmoUo text book bk Just made raadpublic mdeb
publicThe public publicThe b I
The Th tariff lrll tari and Ind cost of living IInc U f I the theleading 1MIledlnK theleading
IledlnK leading national ntonal issue ISu discussed I 178 178pages iTepages il ilJIN
pages JIN being beln devoted dnolt to It I Republican Republicanextravagance npllhUr npllhUrezraanc lteputIkaneltraVagflc0
extravagance fills fl 44 4 pages fl1 Cannon and andfMionUm ad
fMionUm tloniAm 31 page President Taft and anilhis andhis nd
hil his administration dmlnllraton 44 page p publicity publicityof publdty publdtyof
fund fun merchant merchantmarine merchantmarmne
of campaign Cmplgn 71 1 pages plM mfrbnt
marine Ifln 32 3 pages 10 C corporation Iorrtlon and andlabor andlbor andlabor
lbor labor legislation lalltio 70 O pages and mis miscellaneous mt mi miceltanpous ¬
cellaneous ILnul subjects fuljft U t page Pa Quota Quotations QuotA10M Quotalion ¬
lion 10M from frol Republican IpullCn speeches ph fill ni 39 39psges 39c 39homp 3apages
pages pagesChamp psgesChamp c
Champ Clark of MU Missouri 1 ouri olll Democratic Democraticleader omortlo omortloIadr DemocratioIeler
leader of the house UOUI ls I I the ht principal principl con contributor contributor n nIribulor ¬
tributor among omoul the tJ Democrats ror having balnctWD taringl
two l wo speeches h in the thl hi book bk both on the thetariff tbeIlar thetariff
Ilar tariff HnpreeentatlvnFoaHof 1lnnatvl Itepresentative FOol Foesof Massachu Massachusetts 1cbunp ¬
sells npp npn4U5 > on in i a 1 spvuch 1h ho delivered dlv1 on onth
th the tariff tarI tati np and reciprocity r lprol Cr Cnl dt will wi l be belalm heclaimed > e erlaimed
claimed lalm by h the th Democrats OmoAta for forcing forcinglegislation lolD forcinglegislatIon
Icullou legislation requiring r Jublciy publicity of 01pljD cam campaign caingn
paign gn fund but luL the Democratic Dmocrto orators oratorswill ortor ortorwl oratorswill
pljD wl will denounce denoac the thl provision of the Le law lawwhich lawhlch LawwhIch
which gives elC publicity publcy after the campaign campaignla
1c ii la closed closedAmong closetAmong tmpla tmpla1c
Among Aonj the lesser Issues IUe suggested u Caed by bythe byIb bythe
Ib the book l are government by injunction injunctionpoatal IJunctoD IJunctoDplal injunctionpostal
plal postal savings viop hanks bnb the b JanlJ Panama Canal Canalimmigration Cal CalImmlralon Canalimmigration
Immlralon immigration and naturalization nauralzton laws lawsthe I lawsthe
tb the consular ulr and diplomatic dlplorto service servicetrusts arl arl11IA servicetrusts
11IA trusts and combination < miIMto particularly the thelugar tb tbUIU thesugar
sugar and steel I trust INI rural Iral free fr dI deliverylegislation delivery deliverytension
1I1110n tension UIU legislation and ad the rl election eleton of ofsenators of8n ofSenator
senators 8n 0 by the ha direct dlft vote of the people peopleSenators peopleSenators ple pleKnw
Senators Knw Dolliver J11 I r and nI Cummins Cumin of ofIowa 01Iwa ofIowa
Iowa and Ild LA L Kullettn 101eU of Wisconsin WIJ I All AllKepuhlions altJtef4IiiSfl5 1
Kepuhlions Hphl are quoted 1llott on the railroad railroadrain rairod rairodrt railroadrate
rain rt bill bi In which they condemn Conde the atti attitude attiuric tl ¬
Iud of their tllr party Jrt Representative nt tt Fish UshIs h hquol
Is quoted quol to give zlvt the views e of a Jtepub Jtepubllcan Uepb Uepblean I Illcan
lean llcan on Cannon and nd the House JOU organlxa organlxallon orlllz an
ton ion and Ind Representative Itpnl thfJ Hougen of ofIowa ofIowa
Iowa Republican J ublkn Is I brought broulht forward forwad to tothed tohe toshed
shed he some o light IgbL on the attitude atlud of his hisparty bi I Iparty
party on the tariff tariffThe tarf tariffThe
prty The b cnmpalgn nmJ4ln book hok will wl be b ready dy for forcentral lorCfnlrMI forgeneral
central distribution In a few r days dy but buthla buthi I Ithis
this hi edition elUon will wi be b restricted rttrlctotJ because 1W of ofIi ofI ofthis
I this Ii mnagre m1 financial fncW resources rou of the theDemocratic tbamortlo theDemocratIc
Democratic mortlo Congress CODlIrM committee committeetrD romitt romittnrln cornmittesfl1O
trD nrln nrsiur nFiDF TnnttFr TnnlFJ TRACK TRACKIan
Ian an Found on the llaekrntark lrknk Meadow MeadowWith Ifdow IfdowWih iesdowsWIth
With Wih HH 11 Head ld Crn errd errdA Crushed CrushedAs he < 1 1As
As A a trolley trolOT car 1 of the Newark Plank PlanktKid Plk Plkrod Plankroad
road rod linn lne was Wl rushing rhac over OI the Hacken Hackennck Ualum Ualumck hlackensack
sack ck Meadows Ifdow last Jt night an Inspector lnpor of ofhn ofIhl ofthe
hn Ihl Pblo Public Service Srlac Hallway nalw who wo woiding w wrldlol waa waariding
riding on the front platform pltor caught A Atosh anuh aflash
flash of something amthoc dark drk lying CUat near nlr the thnrack th thlrc thetrack
rack lrc He le ordered order the car cr to go book Ik to tobn toIb tobe
Ib bn spot spotThero
That n re A man mn was W found dead ad with wlb hi himod blbf hihead
mod bf crushed cht The 1 body by warn taken to torny toJ toJersey
J Jersey > rny City In A passing truck trk At the thaourth theJou theFourth
Fourth Jou precinct rflnc pIlnJ station IIton Dr Oliver OliverllAnclwrd Olnr OlnrHcham OliverIlianchard
llAnclwrd Hcham examined uamlnt tho body hoy and Id sad sadliAt MldJlat saidthat
that death alh which hlh hud hd been btn leoetit let had hadesnlKd hadfrom hadresitited
esnlKd from a compound Cfllll > uud fracture fru of ofhn 01thlt ofthe
hn skull ul A prnyerbook Irlrl with wih the th words wordsI1 M
I1 1 Hourlhan 2H 21 t Jefieison Jnlll street t t which whichraa wbeh wbehfllnd
was found fllnd In the Ih mans MU pockets JkI gave the thainly tbeau theonly
only au I clue to ii Identification IdentificationJohn Idmtncton Idmtnctonllhn IV
John llhn and Patrick atrck Hourihan Houriha brothers brothersivn hrotll
live lfJ at iL the thldd nddrriM which wllch wa a found folnd In Il the tbnrayert th thIryrbook thelmrayerbook
Iryrbook lmrayerbook > rayert > ook Patrick in I a I day r watchman watchmann wlchma
In n n factory flror at Harrison 11111 Neither Ihr of them themrriii hl I IIl Iwas
rriii In Il their llrlr room rlJJ at Hull 1t address ddr last lastHKhl hUt lasttiltiji I
HKhl 1111 Patrick 1ltlk wn n as < U Let t wen n yesterday yesterdayutiilnc yesterLcorning I I
corning utiilnc llog from lrl mn 11 iims > s with n f prnyerbook prnyerbookii
I Ill ii I II his In hnnd hnndharlri tln1 I4nnihenri I II IChall I
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rnr ware trin If hf if llnllimok 101 Iork Mernll Stet Mltn SI SIIn Steteon
In eon > n ws badly hally hurt this afternoon atrnon hy hyem bying
tIR em ing thrown ttrnwn from hor a buggy Im1 while whie driving dnvingn drvlne
11 sri n Palo laioAito A Ho II He HI Ilewastakon WK WI taknn to t hi hiscountry country cuntr
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I Fam F a ever eve half h1 a Ceatvry CeatvryOn Cetll
On o Meaday r and Tnrfl4ayf Tnrfl4ayfAttfwt Tt faesdySale
Attfwt A1t the tie 1st 1t aM aMSle 2d 2dSale
Sale ef Five Fle Thetisaiul yards r of ofirldth 4eblc 4eblcwidth 11 11Ith
width Ith el Crepe de t Chine CIIc White Vle cream f er erhlark orhiack
hlark 118 100 10 per tf yard yardvalue ar arTlue
value i 138 13813r 1O23rd ae ae23rd
13r 23rd Street Stret 34th Street Stret
rniarrxa rllFI1 c4mtiER rUlIER WILL wnr BJ BJIRIT4fnVKU BElnHO JIEInn41JN1IJ
IRIT4fnVKU TOttAY TOttAYFamily roulFamiY TOUIFamily
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Family FamiY l Physician > h > lrlan Hays 5a Mrs n WMrrOsetn WMrrOsetn1omprrhend 1Utr IIder 0 0Comprhnd flPSnt flPSntComprehend
Comprehend Comprhnd Her ltr HasbAJtdi IM Petit plln pllnJIr Posttlon Posttlonftshler lot lotNew
New CAitilrr JIr lx Locks > U lat Books ar arRobb ol olRobbed ofRobbed
Robbed Robb aimofainr a I Bask Bak Agency AgencyKrwln AIfY AIfYFnln AgeecyErwIn
ErwIn Fnln Wider the defaulting cashIer cahlerwho cle cashIerwho
who ho confessed cnfe to taking tklnl HanOOO M0 worth wrh ol olsocuritl of oflurll ofsecurities
securities lurll from the New ew York Agency acene o ohe of ofth ofthe
he th nlrChl RussoChInese niw oChlne4w Dank Dk will wU be b arraigned Airalgnecor rle
for or pleading before bfor Judge O8ullivan OSUUvB U Uart I In InPart
Par Part art I of ofOenrl ofOonelfeesIonsthIsmornbg ofOonelfeesIonsthIsmornbgAt Ooneral Sessions lontblmoml this raornIng raornIngAt
At the time lmo of the thO thearreet arrest art It was w said Id thaihn thai tbtIh thattIm
hn Ih hank hok officiate orcll purposed giving Wider Widerortyelght WIderfortyeight Idr Idrforylah
ortyelght forylah hours h011 plrp In which hlh to make me die disclosure dl dieclosures ¬
closure clOu that tht might aid Id to I recovering tYrlna reooverlngthestolen th thtolen th
stolen tltn properly proPrty The Te Indictment covert covertonly oe1 oe1only coveronly I
only About bllt til400 IUt worth orh of Baltimore Bltimor and andhlo aell
Ohio hlo stock I10k Leon 1n D Olasburg Olbur Widr Widrlvor Wider WiderLawyer Wld ri riawyer
Lawyer lvor would not say BT last JL night whether whethmke
b he ke has b had hdfur1bronftroc further conference with wit repre representative p reprosentathes ¬ I
sentative Intt of the hank hak He le said ald At t the thelm tbeUm thetime
lm time of the tbf arrest lt that tht Wider Widr would plead ptoadgulltr pld pldlty pleadguIlty
guIlty gulltrWider guIltyWiderwasvlsited lty ltyWIr
Wider Widerwasvlsited WAS rlsited vile In the Tombs yesterdsyby yester yesterlAfiby
lAfiby M by his bl wIfe lf accompanied compnlt by line Olnsburg Ol lineburg
burg Dr D K H Page Pa the th family famlr physl physlcian phyl phylco phyiclan
clan co Alexander Ailudlr Henschel leahe1 OltksburKi OltksburKilerk Oibua Oibuaclfrk OInsbur OInsburclerk
clerk clfrk And An n Alderman Aldrn from a Harlem Harlemllstrict Jarlm Jarlmdltric harlemdistrict
district dltric The party prty came cme in an a automo automoIIa automobile lItomobie
bie bile > IIa and ad remained mlne About bt An a hour hourWider hor horWldr hourWider
Wider was WI brought from hIs bl cell cl to the thecounsel theolul theoatmeal
counsel olul room mm on the first t floor for There ThereWAI Ther Thera Therewas
was An a affectionate aflont greeting Rfeetnf between nun hl hueband nunband
band bd and ad wife Mrs Mr Wider talked tlke with withhe wih wihth withthe
About thre tb of AH AHlour anhour
he th prisoner prlner auL threequarter quart uM rs a
hour lour then the Lawyer Ler Olnsburg Onbura had A brief briefconsultation briefonlltton briefconsultation
consultation onlltton with Ith him When 1 the thl Inter Interview Inte interview
view was a over Mrs M Wider Widr Adjusted A Aheavy ahi aheavy
heavy hi chiffon chlon veil ni and ad hurried hure to t the te auto autornohflo au aumubl automobile
mobile mubl tvlthGlnsburc UbOrbur At a her side putting puttingup rtll rtllup
up A flying In Interference Ilrlfrnc Against plnL the thecamera theemer thecamera
camera men menIr menDr
emer Ir l Pare 1 said 1 that tat he made one nf of < f the theparty th thpr1 theparty
> 1
party at the vuirgtatlon IIHtion of Olnsburg GIMur who whothought whothouab whothought
thought thouab pr1 Mrs 31 Wider might need be his hI At Atten atteotion L Ltftnn
ten teotion lion Hhe Is I under hi his care but ac according s ancording ¬
cording ronlnl tftnn to t the th unH physician phyi she s doeent doeenteeru dO doesutseem
seem to mahsa 11 the ie MriouaneM NoWf of her hernisbanda he herhiumbands
nisbanda situation situationMrs situationMrs iuton
hub Mrs 1 Wider Wltr maiden name nm was w Voge8he Vogel VogelShe oal
She WAI w married me to Wider Wlfr fourteen four months monthsago It
ago 6e In I The Th mre Bronx Brs Their Ther baby bby Is I three threomonth th thmontb threemonths
aC month old ol Wider met Miss Mi Vogel 08 three threerears thr threeyear
year rears ago just Ju after he Arrived here be from fromiermany fromOer fromGermany
Germany Oer al to take tka the cashiers cler av desk in inthe Intht Inthe
the tht = bank bankWider bankWider
Wider Wldfr appeared p rf In good o spirits plrh vester rnterday 751CCday vesterday
day Head led Keeper lUnUr nnl Mid ald he ate atelike atelik te te11e
like 11e lik A longshoreman loalbon KNpr Ir Ur1 Page how however howeve however ¬
ever urged that tbt he be kept under COM COMwatch co close closewatch
watch cb ure lest 1et he h repeat rpea hla hi attempt upt uptulcle at atsuicide atsuicide
suicide suicideWhile suicideVhile ulcle
ulcle1I While apparently well Wider Wie Is I In IncadltoD a acondition acondition
1I pprmll
condition cadltoD where almost ID anything might mighti mllhtuJr mighttILIStt
uJr tILIStt i rt him biO and nd make him lose 1 his hi menu mmtl mmtlbalnc Mentalbalance I Ibalance
balance said Mr Pice Ever since the thediscovery thediscovery
Ar FYC t
discovery d1f balnc 11 of his hi trouble trllble I he has h been b Ic In I A Acondition acondition
condition cndition bordering brtrinc on insanity insanitySeveral 111hy 111hyH1 lnssnltyHetersi
Several H1 officials ofc1 were wer at the th banks banksrooms bokrm banksrooms
rooms at CO Pine street yesterday rNn One Oneof Oneof Oneof
rm G Pne
of them was w said to be A Mr Fisher FIhf who whowill whoI whowill
will I take tk the position of cashier caler which whichWider whlcbWldlr whichWider
Wider Wldlr vacated yeLI pto Mr Ir Fisher Fhlr arrived ayf at atho attlio t ttho
ho bank bak at t I oclock oclk A M I and remained remaineduntil rmile remaineduntil
M l the s book bookCIltttSTIAXITY booksdnflISTI4NIT
until uti 8 I P going over bk bkCllTUrTI
Bishop Harris I of J opn Japan imn llsrae me la t Ratio RatioMoney Rt RtJonr RaiseMoney
Money for Celebration CelebrationThe ClfbrUn ClfbrUnThe
The Her ltY Dr Mrrrlmon flma Colbert Colbrt Battle HarriIrthodUt nre nreMtthoilt BattleMethodist
Methodist Mtthoilt Episcopal tpipl Dlabop Bisop of Japan Japanaad Jp Japanand
and Cores C a arrived ryf YItna yesterday by ly the thnAmerican theAmerIcan hit hitAmrlCn
American AmrlCn liner lnr Ht Louis lul C to raise r money moneyfor
for or the th quarlooentenary celebration lebrUo of oftho ofthe
the 10 establishment IlabUbmnt of mission nllo in Cores Coreate Co CoHe Coreslie
He te said rd Japan Jp recognized rfroclu four fOlr Christian Christianenomlnatlons Chrlstn Chrlstndfnmlnaton ChristiandenominatIons
the and andngllcaai andAngllcani
denominatIons dfnmlnaton thl Episcopalians tplfopUn Id IdAncla
ngllcaai Ancla the Presbyterians the Moth Methodists 1letholI Mothodists ¬
odists olI and Ind the Congregatlooallsti ClrecaloDU These Thesesamn T Thesesatno
samn Aln denominations rfenomlnlIm am 1 also l formally formallyolerated for11 formallytolerated
tolerated tlllrlf in Core The Protestants Protratanuf ProtMta ProtMtaof
of f all denomination dlnomlnUo used I the same hymn hymnookH bm hymn100kM
hook > al literature and methods mthoe And ad the Ihneopln thepeople h hIopl
people > of ltrture both Japan Jpnd and Corea Cr recognized recojrnlzadonly flIZ recognizedonly
only oly two forms fr of Christian Chrltn belief bHel the thekl theold thecM
old kl Catholic Ctholo and a the new CPrtant CPrtantThe Protestant ProtestantThe
The national movement movemeL in fore r to toward towani ¬
ward Christianity CrltanlywlroU nto1 WAS serious and ad thought thoughtful thoubt thoubtlul
lul u There Th rherewere were more mo than th TOtWOeorolled TOtWOeorolledChrHtlana 201Wle 20umvOsea olled olledCbrFttiana I
ChrHtlana CrlU including Inoltlne 0000 60 in the l Math Methodist XL Mathedict ¬ I
edict old denomination dfomlnto and ad there tlr were wer 10060 10060person 10 30000penuni
person In the day schools ao The Ta native nativeliurche Dtye Dtyedllr nativectimiretiee
liurche dllr pl < h were wr selfsupporting lrlpprtlna The Thnxireana TheCoreani 1
Coreani xireana ra were er wonderfully woderuly Awake ake In Inellectually IntelCtIU intellctually
ellectually telCtIU And ad Industrially IndustriallyThe Indulltrialy IndulltrialyThe
The Ulshop Dlaop Mid that the tb Buddhists Buddhistsad Buddl Buddlhad
had ad appropriated pproprll the Bible and ad Christian Christianiterature Crielan Crielanl Onistlanliterature
literature rtW They Th declare dI1 that Ut the Bibln BiblnA BlblIII
III ii l A great CII universal WI1 book b and ad that they theyiave tb tbha theyhave
ha have iave A right rlh to It ItTUB I itTI1
Ntr I err r That Tt 1 H f Unpply d mtp 1 Was W to toTrouble a InTrouble
Trouble Touble Rented BrnlcdBABNST4BUI Bentd BentdDaLIL RentedBAaNITAILL
BABNST4BUI DaLIL Mass M July 31 nA A story storyhlcb storywhich tl
which wbeb was w told with wih much detail dtl here hereenterday hee hee1lerdy hereyesterday
yesterday 1lerdy of the grounding udlDI of the e ho hoital h boapital
pltl pital ital ship Solace Rl on A sand ad bar br off o o Yar Yarmouth Vrmoth Yarmouth ¬ I
Friday received Its Itsenlal Itsdenial
moth mouth during a fog fO Frd reld It I
denial denil when b returning rtumlca fishermen nbee de deared d dclrt dedared I
clrt dared ared that the tb Solace Slc wan W lying at anchor anchoroff nchoro
o off Yarmouth Yrotb and ane that ht she b had hd not notrounded botrounde notgrounded I
rounded < rounde One O of the steam tenders tlr of ofle ofIbe ofthe
the le battleship btlblp New Hampshire Uamrhl went wentground wntalrolnd wentaground
ground alrolnd when beD coming Cla Into thin thll harbor harborlint brbr brbrIL harborinst
lint IL evening vmln which whib may my have been bn the theorigin theI theorigin
origin of the Solace HIc rumor rumorA
A wireless message was W sent nt out from fromthe fromI fromtile
the I l attleihlp taulMblp > New Hampshire Jnlphlr saying sayingthat alnthI sayingthat
that thI the tht commanding cmmllndlnl odlmr omNr of the Holaoe Holaoednolred HI HII Holacedesired
desired afin that the th story Ior of the I grounding groundingIM
II IM d dlnlf dontd nled HA It was entirely without withoutfoundation 111 withoutfoundations hout houtI
foundation foundationThe roulutlon foundationsThe
The following lololn was received reNI1 at the theCbarlestown theCharleetown h hClulloa
Cbarlestown Clulloa Navy v Yard d addressed ddr to the thecommandant tb tblate becommandant
commandant late last lat night nightHolatn nlehtKlat nlghtHottte
Holatn Klat is 1 not aground rolnd and ld has h not notbenn no notbeen
been aground crond Absolutely Ahol ly no foundation foundationfor foadlon foadlonfor
for article rtle Boston IJto papers Cannot Cno tell tellbow t tbow tellbow
bow tory to orlalrt originated J We WI are ar anchored anchoredat Icbord IcbordrnduOa
at rend rnduOa rendeavous vous Cap Cp Cod CodVBOIOX Co Codsvcox
VBOIOX ceauuwUac floteo
t c f 11 11r
TROOPS nor ntOTIXfi ntOTIXfiOnly nOTIWiOl
Only Ol a Few tw Minor lner ntslurnanrvs ntubnN Marl MarlColumbus iarkolumbus ak akI
I Columbus olunt Trolley Tot Ntrthr NtrthrCoLcunrn Ntrl NtrikeCoLvinre
CoLcunrn CCL Uatf Ohio Oho July Jul 31 11Roi Rioting < wachecked wa w wI waschecked
checked cbtke today by the arrival of two twinow twonw twonew
toy b rya
I now regiment Jant of 0 the tbl Ohio National to1 fluarand Olnt Olntand fluar luardand
and the assumption umpton of command commad b bMajorOeneral br byMijorDeneral <
MajorOeneral Mjorntrlat Charles F Dick DiokWhoVale DlokWbo1 DickWbolesak
I WhoVale Wbo1 arrest rl of rioters ror by the th so sodlera 101 101dlen mldIet
dIet yesterday mtry bad A wholesome wholme mori morieffect morl morlfe moral moraleffect
effect fe Disorder Dner today to consisted cLtf of thistonlns the
latolg I stoning of earn o and ad the th mobbing mobblc of i imotormon 1 1motor amotorrnaa
motormon motor and conductor onducor by Iy strike sym sympsthlrors sympathirer ympthl
i psthlrors pthl on o Pennsylvania Jm Inla avenue aTenU Both Botlwere Ih Ihwer
were wer badly bdly beaten btn A number of arrest arrestwere arlt arrestsWere
were Wre made madnAll ma madeAll
All the th car or lines lih of the city I and nd th thprincipal lh the theprincipal <
principal street the entlnday entire entireday
prcpal tIt were ef patrolled ptrol ntlr
day dy by soldier alt Mounted Jontt troops trp held heliIn bld bldIi heldIn
In reodlneaa rl at L the th blat house IO camp campwere cmp cmpwer campwere
Ii were wer not no called 0 out outA 011 011A otitA
A monster moter demonstration motrtlo WAS wa belt beltthU beldthl heldthis
this thl afternoon mo by ly the striking trkl car cr men menI
lIt I I It was attended aL de by b no disorder dlrr however howeverThn howeverThe
The Thl strikers trk paraded pre the tb atroefci t down downtown downtw downtown
I town tw amid the cheers ch of thousand tboud o ospectators or orpto ofspectator
spectators pto Circling Crll < the Capitol Square Squarewhere SIUl SIUlwb Squarewhere
where wb many may of the th top troops are ar encamped encampedthey en mP
they Le entered ttl the th State ttate House lO lion grounds groundswith junM junMI groundswith
with wit permission prmllo of the State and Id local locaauthorities lol lolauLorllN localauthorities
authorities auLorllN The crowd cowd of nearly rly 100 100people too 10000 10000people
I people Pp1 that assembled uml1 wan WA add ad adby addressed addressedby res resby
by strike trik leaders J and union unio labor lbr officers officersFrom ome omoersFrom
From Frm the Capitol Caplol steps ft thespeaken thespeakendenounced thll thespiakersdenouncad p
denounced dfnounc the th Columbus Colwbue Hallway HallwayLight rthy and andLight nd ndUKht
Light Company Compy and a General GeneralStewart nerl Manager ManagerStewart aor aorStwrt
Stewart Stwrt Disorder Drd was w decried decl and a de dec deed dodared
c dared rrd injurious to the th union unionW cause causeWe causeWi
We W dont dot expect sP to win wn by violence violenceaid ylol vinlencosaid n
aid Id National XLonl Organizer Orpl r J T Uddy Ldy o othe 0 of ofthe
the tb American mrcn Federation FNetlon of tabor br We Wiwill Wewi Wewill
will win In with the of the
wi th cooperation cprtion people peopliwho popl poplwbo peoplewho
who refuse frl to ride In th the cam camThe carItie a aTh
The Th treat Vat crowd od which was exceeds exceedsin n t
in the I he capture CptAl history hltor only by that at attending attending t ttndlnc
tending the tb unveiling of the th McKinlei McKinleimonument JIcKlIJ JIcKlIJmonumnt MclCinIjmonument
monument two yean 1 ago 0 by Mrs 1 Alien AlienRoosevelt Ale Micefloneevelt
Roosevelt It l ongworth lnIorth < dispersed dltM peace peaoefully peacefully
fully fuly after the passing Inc with wih tremendous tremendouichceri trmnol tremendouscheer fO
cheer ca of resolutions hlUo condemning cnemnln tb tbstreet tb the thestreet
street al railroad rlro company placing pladnl upon II IIresponsibility IL ILplbUly Itreeponathiilty
responsibility plbUly for rompny the I strike Ink And a the tb upn cslllrn cslllrnof cln
of troops too and nd calling upon citizens ctM to toforce t toforce
force lof the company cpny to settle tl up with wib the thl men nvnOov mn men0ev
Oov 001 Harmon Unon today upon his h hi own ownInitiative ow owninitiative
Initiative Inltth began b < 1 negotiations M tCr < t Uo lp both btb with withrepresentative withprwntUn withrepresentative
representative prwntUn of the company and ad trw trwunion tb theunion
union men looking loln to t A peaceful fIul settle settlement settlemeni tl ¬
ment mtt Attorney Alo for the men mn held hl a con confsrenoe roBrenn conference
fsrenoe with the t Governor Omor tonight At Attorneys Att01 AttorTuiys ¬
torneys t01 for forthe the th company met ml the Uorernoi Uorernoithis lorernorthis onmo
this thl afternoon ftero Opy It U I said Id that the th com company ror cornPan7
pany p which whcb has b stubbornly tubbmt resisted rtte all allarbitration U UIrbltrLon 11arbitration
arbitration IrbltrLon overturn ovrtu is I willing llnc to make makconcession mak makeconcessions
concession concessionCR4VKI rooeuloa rooeuloaCR4I concessionsCRASKI
CR4VKI EXGIE1 OV 0 EROS AERO3Machine A rRO rROtbn EROSMachines
Machine tbn o Go prong r on the tlt Pliers P I Down Dwt DwtlfmpluJ at atllrrapJtraU athtompatrad
llrrapJtraU lfmpluJ Plain PlainNone Ptl rhsinNorm
None of the 8000 50 spectator lptAton who visited vliitedthe visitedthe Iite
the Hempstead Ifmpte Plain aviation lton field nel yes yesterday y ytfy ye yeerilay
terday tfy afternoon Aten bad to pay for an anadmission anadmission n naDIMlon
admission aDIMlon ticket Clifford Cllont 0 Harmon Harmonchairman Ur hjarmosmchairman
chairman cirn of the National Satio1 Council Cllncl of Aero AeroClub Ae AcreClubs
Club of America Amerca was responsible rpble for forthe forthe forthe
the change tbce Mr Jr Harmon nno waa w going ala to tobo t tobe
bo b the chief attraction atrcion on the field fel Capt CaptBaldwin Cpt CptD1 CaptBaldwin
Baldwin D1 having left lef to t ale exhibition exhibitionIn 11bb1Lo
In Pittsburg Plueu Mr Harmon llnon couldnt cua a ace acewhy e ewhy
why on a amateur ater should houl fly f for box bx re receipts r receipte ¬
ceipts clpt HI 1 suggestion u < Ntlon was w accepted a e by bythe bythe bythe
the management managementThere maaemet mflagementThere
There The seemed sm to be a hoodoo boo on all 1 of ofthe ofIbe ofthe
the engines ealnl of the tb fliers 1t yesterday after afternoon afternoon te teno
noon no and nd the only 001 flight fhtht of consequence consequencewas caaueac
was made mde by b Mr Jlr Harmon who repeated repeatedhis reple
his hi test of throwing tlg make mlo believe tlne bombs bmb bmbfrom1 bombsfrom bombifrom
from from1 an aeroplane He proved proe a good goodmarksman goodmnarknan < o
marksman mrkmn and nd three thr of the th five orange orangerepresenting ore orerprUng orangesrepresenting
representing rprUng projectile proJtlC went Wlt within close closerange clo clorae closerange
range rae of two to men ml stationed ttlonl as targets targetsMr tarctIr targetMr
Mr Ir Harmon Hroa engine glne became me contrary contraryand cotra contraryand
and nd it WAS some time tlt before hero the mechani mechanician mechanidane ¬
mfl mflIa
dane Ia could get It going Ilnl When Wba It did leave leavethe le leavethe
te the ground cound It wa w only onl for a short Jump Jumpto Jumpt
to t the far end td of the th field feld It I ao took tok a lot Jotmore lotmom lt ltmor
mom mor tinkering tlnkerln to get t U ur uj4again raln And nd this thistime thi thistIme
time It work wrk1 workei fairly farly well wfJl urcan Mr 1r r Harmon Harmonthan Haron Haronth harmonthea
th than marie three Ihr rounds of the course courseand CUr courseand
and fired nr his hi bomb bmb from a bright of About AboutA ut uthundf
A hundred hundf feet feetCharle feetChrIee
Charle CJ K Hamilton Umltn volunteered Tllntw to toroakn tomake
make mk A flight fldt In G Orc George org Russells RuU machine machineto rlnl
a to thai t the tht crowd cw might mt not bn b dUap dUappolntod dip dieappointed
pointed but bt it I WO another anut CAM C of A Acranky acranky
cank cranky engine After Atr working wrkil with the thaengine tbeMCI theengine
MCI engine for lae ten te en or fifteen nfte minutes minute Hamil Hamilton IAI Hamilton ¬
ton n got t Into Int the th air And asovnded Mdt to toheight a ahelat aheight
helat height of fifteen nlN or twenty feet fN The Thamaohlnn T Themachine
machine mlolt did not get any a higher and andHamilton andHamilton
Haitn Hamilton landed ldd p Un J1 hI said hlde the engine engineneoled elnelee nigineneeded a
needed lee A al larger r radiator radiatorAbout raitor raitorAhou radiatorAbout
About the lama ae lima tme Hamilton nmlton went wentup Wlt Wltup wentup
up Jo Jo Joe fleyraour ur started rto from the te other otherend otb otbMd otherend <
end of the t Bold l and ad there WA Another AnotherCAM aothe
CAM c of hard ha luck luk with wth te An a engine M K Hy Hymour Say Saymoura y ymours
mours engine edl didnt develop deYell sufficient sufficientpower suftlcientpower uJlet uJletPW
power and ad hn k kept hi his machine mie up fp by byoak b bjkqlnc
jkqlnc jookaying PW oak yiog with wt the front control Otrol Il lfe lfewen hIewent
wen at down dow several MY1 times Um And one ono man mantmd ma managed
aged to get his hi machine off the th
a t ae hi mla 01 ground groundwithout aouad groundwithout
Wthut without the h Assistance ktl0 etan0e of his hi hi mechanics rnucaanlmGen monll
Gen Ge Nelson el A Miles 11 who visited yil the thoground thegrounds h
ground < on Saturday Suny afternoon afteron was w Oit outgain Oitrln oitagain
gain yesterday and ni showed Interest In InIhe Intb
the tb various rOI machine ma hlne Aa ie he examined examinedunn esmlnf
one of the thl filers Ile ha hl laid laidIt ad adI
It I taken ta as e much courage Clr e to D ride rde one oneaf oDeof oneof
of those thOt machine lchlnN aa It doe do < to face fac an anrmy u uarmr
army armren Jan en Mile 1 was WA accompanied aCompnll by Col Colratn Cole Calgate
gate e Hoyt HoytWesley Hoy
< Wesley IJnford Smith Rmlh president pIident of the thnPittsburg IheIltbur thePlttsburg
Pittsburg Iltbur Aero Club went WfL out a the thnguest th thItUNt theguest
guest of Mr Harmon lIron Mr Ir rlmltli Hrlb ram ramlo cr cattleto
lo 0 New X York especially Illy to induce 10du Mr MrHarmon Mrilarumon Ir IrUnon
Harmon Unon to lake part prt in the PitlsburK PitlsburKiie Iitthurl
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