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i NO 1391 WASHINGTON D C THURSDAY JULY 28 1910 ONE yIJ CENT
I RAilROAD VENTURE VENTURECUMES VENTUREC
CUMES C OMESTO TOGHIEf TOGHIEfHeavy GRIEF GRIEFHeavy
Heavy Loss by byFor Foreign ign Cap Capitalists Capitalists Capitalists ¬
italists in Big Enterprise EnterpriseGET EnterpriseGET
GET CHAIN OF ROADS ROADSTranscontinental ROADSTransco ROADSTran8oontinental
Transcontinental Transco tinentalLino Line Was Plan Planof Planof Planothe
of othe the Promoters PromotersDr 1 > romote s sDr
Dr F S Pcnrxon nnil an 1 British D1iIih I and andCanadian nndI nndOanndlnn andCannilian
Canadian Investor 41orced Forced to toTransfer toTrnnldcr toTranfcr
Transfer Huge Block of Scaaritlci Scaaritlcito Seonrltleto
e to Kuhn I uhn Loeb t Ss Co COscJ1C CoSchente Scheme ne Well WellBacked VeIlDncked
Backed Until Recent Fall in PricesBrings PrloesDrlngs Prices PrICCABr1ng
Brings Gall from Bunks DnnJuNew BunksNew
New York July JuJy270ne 7 One of the theboldest theboldest theboldest
boldest ventures in in inAinerican American finan financial financial financial ¬
cial history and particularly in the thehistory thehistory thehistory
history of American railroading railroadingcame rni1roadingcame railroadingcame
came to grief today todR when therewas therewas there therewas
was transferred tran fcrred to 1X > Kuhn Loeb LoebCo LoebI
I Co of this city and a syndi syndicate syndicate syndicate ¬
cate headed by them th the bulk bulk of a ahuge ahuge ahuge
huge block of American railroad railroadsecurities railroadsecurities railroadsecurities
securities acquired in the past nine ninemonths ninemonths ninemonths
months by a British and Canadian Canadiansyndicate Canadiansyndicate Canadiansyndicate
syndicate headed by b Dr F S SPearson SPearson SPearson
Pearson one ne cr af the worlds best bestknown bestknown bestknown
known engineers engineers The project was wasa wasa wasa
a reminder of Harriman in concep conception conception conception ¬
tion however unlike him in execu execution CX excution CU CUtion ¬
tion The men behind it from the themanner thcmanner themanner
manner in which they carried on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their operations contemplated no nomore nomore ncmore
more nor noresi less 1es than a dominant in interest interest intercst ¬
terest in a chain of railroads ex extending extending cxtending ¬
tending from the Atlantic to the thePacific thePacific thePacific
Pacific coast coastHAD coastIIAD coasthAD
HAD 3IAXY JIA ity Y SUCCESSES SUCCESSESDr
Dr Poerson a Canadian who to said saidto Midto sakto
to have bav been a professor of engineering engineeringat englnoer1nat
at Tttfte Tan College 1 an engineer as well wellknown wellmown wellknown
known mown t Ut British and Canadian finan financiers finandora mm mmIors ¬
dora Iors from rotn the SUCCOIS of o his operations operationsin
in In e niaaAinorican IabAm IC n railroads ra 1110 ada as Rob Robprofit Bobr51
r51 Ga Ot9Xl m fk k Woitmi Woitmiprod It Itpto iij
pto prod profit t 111104 derived from tunnel twtnel 5itkflrrg 5itkflrrgIn DUiraurg DUiraurgin ag agIn
in Great Brittan and this country It Itwas Itwas I Iwas
was Sir W Weetman etmaa who built It the Stelhway Stelhwaytunnel Stemwaytunnol Steiwa SteiwatunnoL
tunnol under the East River RiverDr RIverDr lUverDr
Dr Pearson P8r n who Is 1 not related to tho thoothas thootbq th thotben
othas engineer at It that th t name nor nordted asso associated ¬
ciated with him in n business bn attracted attractedtho attraetedtho attracteThe I
tho attention of British DrlU h and Canadian Canadianinvestors CaMdlanInvstors I Itnvsstors
investors principally by the organiza organization orgulzaUon orgsnlzaton ¬
ton and operation ratlon of tpjmwsy tPmvIt trns oompa oompanles oompanles sompanes
nles nes In South America and aud Mexico In Investors Ine Investors ¬
vestors e tors and tankers derived remarkably remarkablyhandsome remarkablyha remarkabi Ir Irhandsome
ha handsome profttg from these th enterprises enterprisesso
so that on embarking rk1ng In business U lne e in this thiscountry thiscountr thu thuc0Unt17 S
country countr ho had a powerful financial back backing 1iH1ekIng backing ¬
ing ingThe
The first rat big venture of Dr Pearson pr pearaed n and andhis andhis ani I
his associates in this country was made madein med medIn madIn I
in the hitter part of last year It ItIn wu wuin i I IIn
in the stocks M cks and an bonds oC the Rock RockIsland RockI Rod c cIslami
Island I Company which owns ow the Chicago ChicagoRock ChlcacoRock ChkttgcRock
Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Com Company Company Cornpau ¬
pany pau which In turn owns practically all allof anor 1 1of
of the stock toek oC the old Chicago Rock Is Island Jslan4 ¬
land and Pacific Railway Company one oneof onoof on onof 0
of the beat granger gr gel lines linesBuy IInHDlI linennuy
Buy DlI Hock Inland Stock StoclcDr StocJeDr StockDr
Dr Pearson made a II physical examine examinetlon examination xamlnetion
tion of the companys properties properU and on onhis onhis oi a ahis i
his roport the Canadian and British BrlU > > h finan financiers ftnancler t tden ¬
ciers den who had long followed him and andprofited andpro an ii iip1 I
profited pro tId through him bought heavily h vlb of ofRook otRook e p1 f
Rook Island securities eurltJlS Seemingly Judg JudgW Juc1 Juc1H a
W H Moore and D G Reid the me methen 111 111tbon
then in absolute control of Rock IsJanTj IsJanTjwore I Iwore IsJ1wore I
wore willing to sell them themIn tbemIn themIn
In the early part of this year Dr Pear Pearson PearOn Peatb ¬
b son On and one of his associates Forclval ForclvalFarqubar PorclvalFarqu1wLr Porc1v ii iiFarqulwr j
Farqubar said to be an Englishman Englishmanand EngJlllhmanand Bnglishrnvand
and II a man of whom little is s hero known knownwere knownwere knowiwere
were elected directors of the Rock Island IslandCompany IlandCompaay Isian j iCompany
Company It wes given out at the time timethat timethat tim e ethat
that the syndicate represented by them themhad themImd thet n nhad
had acquired about 30 20 per cent of the thecompanys thecompanys Ui 0 0compans
companys capital stock nto k The company companyhas oompQnyhas I Ihas
has outstanding 0GOaQCO ooe C000 oo common and andJWOQQOQO an d d6OOOOOOO
JWOQQOQO preferred Thp syndicate bought boughtmore boughtmore I Imore 1
more heavily of the preferred than of ofthe oftho c ctho
tho common and also bought heavily heavilyChIcago of ofChicago otChicago
Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Rail Railroad Ranroad Ratroad ¬
road collateral trust bonds So here w we8 we8a we wea s sa
a tidy thl Investment to begin with withIt withIt withIt
It TUBS s also announced at that time that thatDr tbRtDr tjii It t
t
Dr Pearson and his associates were asso assoCoutlnncd a860Contlnned aee aeeContinued
Continued on Page 3 Colrimn Col Co1mnBIG mn 5 GBIG
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BIG PROFIT IN CHICAGO LAND LANDPlot LANDPlot LA LAPlot
Plot Sold at 14OOO a Front Foot Foot608OOO Foo t t69sooo
9008000 608OOO Cain In Seven Sevc Tear TearChicago YearsChicago
4
Chicago July f7 7Propocty Property on Michigan Michiganboulevard Michiganboulovard 1 1boulevard
boulevard sold old for 414000 14000 a front foot footyesterday tootyestort1ay bc bcestortlay
yesterday The Th lot S2 by 171 feet at at1S9 atlaJ t tISO
ISO to lIe I Michigan boulevard boul tUd was sold soldby Boldb BOl d db
by b the t e Leander J McCormick estate for fort148QOO Ic ir ir111sgoo
1148800 a profit of 5W8000 S sOOO In inseren seven years yearsWILL ears earsWILL S SWILL
WILL PROTECT TRAINS TRAINSSouth TRAINSSouth TRAINSSouth
South Band Ind July Jul 27 27The The Grand GrandTrunk GrandTrunk Qra j dTrunk
Trunk Railroad Company was as notified notifiedtoday notlOM notlOMtoda nottti d dtoday j
today toda that it will be protected protocted In tho thorunning thorunning U IC ICrunning
running Of all trains This was tho th re result rolIult r 0 0suit ¬
suit of a meeting between Brig Gen GenMcKoe GenMcKee Ge a aMcKee
McKee cf tho Indiana National Guard Guardwho Guardwho Guar d dwho
who represents Gov Marshall and Mayor MayorGootz MayorGootz Mayi 5 5Gootz
Gootz and other local authorities authoritiesJxist authmlUegJAst auth NUe NUelust
lust night the railroad did not Attempt Attemptto ttempt ttemptto ttern pt ptto
to run any an freight trains to u > > Chicago Chicagoaftor ChIcagoattor Chlca 0 0aftor
aftor dark and they tlae will not do do o for forseveral forseoral I Dr Drseveral
several nights The officers of the com company comparty cor corpany ¬
pany say they have men enough to run runtrains runtrains n n ntralnB
trains but as most of thorn aro new newthey newthey no w wthey
they will not be put to work until the thetrainmaster thetralnmdtor U 10 10traInmator
trainmaster has his organization com complete complete con n npleto ¬
plete pleteMatinee pletefotlnee pletoMatinee
Matinee Pnilnlicnd Pn PuiliInlend IInhend Wilson IIon To T
day 216 Columbia Theater 28c and SOc SOcFlooHuK Oc OcFloorluglOO PC PCFlnor1ug1OO
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaPartly VirginiaPartlycloudy VirginiaPartlycloudy Partly Partlycloudy
cloudy probably local loca local showers showerstoday showerstoday showerstoday
today tomorrow fair fair fa moder moderate moderate moderate ¬
ate variable winds mostly south southwest southwest southwest ¬
west and west westHERALD westHEIi westHEALD
HERALD HEIi HEALD LD NEW NEWS SUMMARY SflMMARTPORCH SMMARYPogC SUMMARYnge5
PogClRaUrod P PORCH nge5 nge5RaIlroad
1 lRaUrod RaIlroad Investors Lose Heavily HeavilyNewspaper Ieavl1yNewspaper IeavllYNewiP8PGr
Newspaper Man MatiGoQS Goes Insane InsanePlans 1n InsanePlans ano anoPlans
Plans for Raising the Maine MaineFlroman MatneFireman Ialno IalnoFireman
Fireman Killed by b Fall FallWindstorm FallWindstorm PallWindstorm
Windstorm Hits Gettysburg Camp CampAutolsts CampAntolsts CampAutolsts
Autolsts to Test Jest Maryland Mar land Law LawHarding LowHardtng LawHarding
Harding Named In Ohio OhioGeorgetown OhIo2Georgetown
2 Georgetown Has Freight FrelGht Fre1it Service ServiceStorm ServlCCiEtorm ServIceStorm
Storm Dispels the Heat H ieat ieat3Roosevelt ttt ttt3Ro05ovolt
3 3Ro05ovolt Roosovolt Silent on Ohio bnloNapoleon OhioNapoleon hlo hloNapoleon
Napoleon of Finance trailed trailedBdltorlal Tailed Tailed4dItortal allodltlltorUd
4dItortal 4dItortal5In Bdltorlal ltlltorUd51n
5 51n In tho World of Soolaty SoolatyG SoaletyfiNatfonals Sooloty6Natfonuls
G fiNatfonals Nationals Down Leaders Le Loaders7Horse aers aersiHorse
1 iHorse Horse Show at Manasas ManasasDetroit ManalteasDotrort ManagaeDetroit
Detroit Oarsmen Coming Coming1Commorcial CominS9Commorclill Coming9Commercial
Commorcial and Financial FinancialChanges FinancialChanges FinancialChanges
Changes in Georgetown Faculty Facultya Paculty0Bigger
1 0Bigger Bigger Water a or Supply Needed NeededScientists NeededScIentists WeedeeScientists
Scientists to Study Census Censusnnfinnrn CensusINf CensusNFANTS
INf I NFANTS Nr5 SLYER SUYtRGU SLYERGUARDEDIN L
EulDED GU GUARDEDIN nnfinnrn RDED IN im CELL CELLNews nni CELLNews
1 1Nevs
News of Deed Again Shocks ShocksReporters ShocksReporters ShocksRepQrters
Reporters Reason ReasonHURLED ReasollHURLED ReasonHURLED
HURLED HURLED BABY 3BYON ON WALL WALLSubdued WALLSnbduecl w wSubdued
Subdued by Two Officers After Aftera
a Struggle StruggleTrnpcdy StruggleTrngccly StruggleTragedy
Tragedy at Home of Mrs Ira C T Mar ainrIccy MarIcy
Icy 1 c in E Street Northeast Early EarlyYesterday EnrlyYCHtfrc1ny EarlyYcstrda
Yesterday YCHtfrc1ny Ycstrda Morning Due to Brood Brooding Drooc1lug Broodlug ¬
lug Over tncU of Employment EmploymentWltc Elulloyntent ElulloyntentVUe EmployntentWife
Wife Is Grlefstnclccn and Home Homeof lIomeof Homeof
of Xowypapcr ev esvPjpapcr pRper Man Is in Gloom GloomThrough GloomThrough GloomThrough
Through the gratlngr grat1n of a a manlaos cell cellat cellat cellat
at St St Bllrabatha Hospital last l t night nightWilliam nightWIlliam nightWilliam
William J J Carver twentyfive yoara old olda oldneVIJ olda
a n news vs reporter roporterWas was informed that he hehad bohad hehad
had killed his infant Inr 1 son by b hurling It Itagainst Itngafn Itagainst
against ngafn t a wall about 630 oolook yoster yoaterIi yestertohomo
Ii tppry I tttQ tohomo tohomolrcttOot orn qt qtTtrDtt
TtrDtt lrcttOot ot Dorttea noUieast noUieastFor t
For e e4vral vsral ral hours after ho had boon boonoverpowered boonoverpowered bo booverpowered
overpowered by two policemen ho had hadboon bndboon hadboonrattonal
boon boonrattonal rational Tho tragic nsws overthrow overthrowhis ovorthrewbill overthrOwhis
his reason and with more violence than thanbefore thantoro thanbefore
before toro and ho paced his cell tearing hla hlahair hl hlImlr hIhair
hair and shrieking In distraction The Thtattendants Theatt6lldants Thoattendants
attendants made extra precautions to toprevent topr8oot toprevent
prevent him from doing himself bodily bodilyharm bodilyharm bodilyharm
harm and a 8 guard was wasplacod placed over him himThe himTho himThe
The wife 1f8 Is prostrate from grief The Thebody Thebod Theb
body bod b ° of the Infant to I at t the District Districtmorgue Dfstr Districtmorgue ct ctmOrguo
morgue awaiting a coroners inquest to today today today ¬
day The Markey home is in gloom gloomSpends gloomSpends gloomSpends
Spends Slecplc Sleepleis Night NlehtAt NightAt SlgbtAt
At the hour customary for Mr Carver Carverto Carverto Carverto
to arise rlea 1 for breakfast yesterday esterd his son sonWilliam sonWmlam sonWilliam
William Carroll eleven months old tod toddled toddled taddied ¬
dled to his bedside holding the hand of ofMrs ofXra ofMrs
Mrs Markoy The father had been ao aocustomed o ocuetomed
customed to lifting the little UtI one upon uponhis uponhis uponhis I
his broast and playing J > with It but this thistime thliUmo thistime
time his hi eyes oye flashing from a sleepless sleeplessnight sleepl6S8nl sleeplessnight
night nl ht he leaped trom his bed seized the thechild tJlecblld i
iL
child by Its tender shoulders and with an animprecation anImprocatlon anImprecation L
imprecation hurled it acroa acrCNIIJ the room roomla roomIn roomIn
In horror horrorS Mrs Markey fled followed oUowedcloHl L Lclosely
closely cloHl by her soninlaw who still in innight Innight Innight
night clothes rushed down the stairs and andUtrew ant antthrew
threw himself upon the floor in a 0 front frontroom front1OOt1
room room roomHar 1OOt1Her
1 Her mothers screams awoke a ko Mrs Car Carf8I Carand
ver f8I and rushing ru hlng into the room which whlc her herhusband horhusband herhusband
husband had occupied o < cupled she founcT found the thebaby thebaby th I Ibaby
baby unconscious among its toys The Thechilds Tb TbchUdS Thchilds
childs skull was crushed Gathering it Itlnto II IIinto
into her arms she ran downstairs where whereshe whereIIho whertho
she ho was Joined by her mother and audthw audthwpanicstricken other IOlherpanlc otherpanicstricken
panicstricken panlc trlckon members of the family familyDr familyDr
Dr Huedy Rued the family physician was wassummoned WA3summoned wa
summoned by telephone and within a few fewminutes fewminutes louminutes r
minutes was on the scene Carver re remained remained remainod
mained sullen on tho floor The physician physiciansummoned pbalclansummoned 1 1summoned
summoned two policemen from tho Ninth Ninthprecinct NinthprecInct 1 1precinct
precinct station and they were told toldContinued I IContinued
Continued on Page 7 7 Column ColumnBRYAN 8 8BRYAN tsw tsBRYAN
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BRYAN NO BOLTER BOLTERSays BOLTERSays
Says He Will Support Ticket As AsNamed AsNamed Ai 3 3Named
Named at Primary PrimaryLincoln PrimaryLincoln PrimaryLincoln
Lincoln July 27 2iMr Mr Bryan will not notbolt notbolt nol t tbolt
bolt any of tho nominees to be unmet named namedat namedat I Iat
at the direct primary on August 16 16neither 18Dollhor 16neither
neither will he give up the fight to re restore retoro rostore
store toro as ho put it It control of the Demo Democratic DemocraUc Democratic ¬
cratic party part In the State into the hands handsof handsor hand 3 3of
of men who aro not brewers ana axi distillers distillersor dt tlllers tlllersor S Sor
or their political agencies His energies energiesthis energiesthis S Sthis
this year will be largely largol devoted to help helpIng helpIng helplug
Ing county option candidates for tho leg legfslature legrslatu legtelattire
fslature rslatu to election electionMr olectlonMr 0lectionMr
Mr Bryan was almost as cheerful as asover asoer a 3 3ever
over today toda on his return from Grand GrandIsland GrandIaland GramIsand
Island Ho sold ho made the fight be because because because ¬
cause he believed It was his duty dut to save savetho sav savthe
tho party rt from defeat and that an anospouMl at atespousal
espousal of the liquor cause or control controlby controlby 1 1by
by its chief beneficiaries would oud bring bringdefeat bringdefcat brinidefeat
defeat defeatHis defcatBla defeatha
His loss of leadership in tho State ho horegarded horegarded hi S Sregarded
regarded as merely temporary Appar Appartunity AppareJ ApparCtly
eJ Ctly t1 vhat h t ho m likes oe lout 11 the armor opportunity armortunity
tunity ft it affords for enemies cneIIJS enenis s to taunt him himTho himTho L LTho
Tho only onl comment ho made on the propo proposition vroposlUon propositio ¬
sition sitio was wasIt wasIt
j jIt
It is batter tq be a 0 doorkeeper or In the thehouse thehouso tb S Shouse
house of the Lord than to dwell In the thetents thetents th 0 0tents
tents of the wicked wickedReduced wJdtcdReclucccl w1kedReduced
Reduced line Itni to Jmncstpirn Chnu Chnutnuqun Chnutnuqun Chautauqun
tnuqun Inkc InkcOn InkcOn LakeOn
On August S and 6 tho t1U Pennsylvania PennsylvanRailroad
Railroad will sell special excursion tick tickets tlcketa tichets ¬
ets to Jamestown N Y Lake Chautau Chautauqua Chautauqua Chautauqua
qua good to roturn until August 16 at atreduced ntreduced a areduced
reduced rates See the th nearest ticket ticketagent ticketagcnt ticks t tagent
agent agentI agcntFloorlnrAln1Jomo22 agentFIoor1ngAlnbnmn22
I Flooring FloorlnrAln1Jomo22 Alnbnmn 2 5 per 100 ft
Frank Llbbey Llbbc Co 6th N Y ave t
SAME SAM E OLD SMILE SMIL1jd SM IL d I
MAINE AIE MAY SAIL SAILBACK SAILBACK
BACK INTO PORT PORTArbuckle PORTAlbuclde PORTArbuckle
Arbuckle Has New Plan for forRaising forBaising forRaising
Raising the War Ship ShipPOSSIBLE ShipPOSsmLE ShipPOSSLBLE
POSSIBLE TO REPAIR HULL HULLHead 1IULLI BuLLHead
I
Head of DIg Engtneorin EnginorIxiFlrnt Firm trn Has HasAdmiral 110Mfifhe line3fl
fifhe iJlltt 3fl dint r lnu4U lc Q to toAdmiral toAdmtral
Admiral favans Bv flyaneMay naroy May Come to toVaaliinffton toL toV toWashington
L
Washington V IIhington to Present Matter to tothe tothc tothe
the Navy a Department Official OfficialNew OftlclabNow OfficialS OfficialNow
S
Now York July nly 27J0hn ArbuekU ArbuekUsugar Ar1iM2cklisugar Arbucklesugar
sugar king and eeRae OOCf merehaat who whohas whohaa whohas
has beon successful in pretty nearly nearlyevsrything nearlyevsrythin
evsrything ev rthln he ever attempted wants te teraise toraise
raise the Maine lI alne from Havana harbor harborRoused harborRoused
Roused by the plan submitted by John JohnFrancis JohnFranc18 JohnFrancis
Francis ORourfce Mr fr Arbuckle has hastelegraphed butelographQd hastelegraphed
telegraphed the Acting Secretary S retary of War Warin Warin
in Washington that ho wants to go to tothe totho tothe
the National Capital the first oool day dayand da dayand
and talk over his project pr t which he te teconfident S Sconfident
confident win prove successful successfulAt suooeesrulAt esroceesfulAt
At the same time he telegraphed Act Acting AclIng ActIng ¬
ing Secretary of the Navy Winthrop Winthropcare Winthropcare Winthropcare
care of President Taft on the th United UnitedStates UnitedStatosacht JnIt1 JnIt1States
States Statosacht yacht Mayflower asking him for forthe torthe forthe
the loan of A 1 naval vessel to make an aninspection InInspeoUon anInspection
inspection of the Maine aa she lies sub submerged IUDmerged enbmerged ¬
merged before submitting a 8 bid to raise raiseher raSHher raiseher
her
Indorsed by Admiral Evans EvansHere ETanHt EvansHere
Here Ht > re Is his telegram to the Acting ActingSecretary AetlngSocrtttary ActlngSocrtary
Secretary of War WarAdmiral WarMIMIrSI WarAdadral
Admiral Etans bw be axsBMd us ifvnoMa JI y modele and pU pIaDS pIaDSfar es esfor s satudW
far raWag the slDo aud ae e I hne hneIItIldI4l1 itsyeeledlid
atudW ever your 0111 plan JIan far raMut niMe Ute Maine and andcoosldtr aDdOdder sodcoosder
coosldtr Odder it in CT erer T war W5 W5x practfcaWt practfcaWtI
I wwtld life l lik to go to WajWnsftan WasWait Wasbtit n the th first oool ooolday coolday rnoidir
day sod rfwir y you u RwdMn td i and a ddR drartasa lan tor niaioc niaiocthe xalliDctho raiscthe
the Mclne 1 tne A Ak k that the Hgfccst aWllty aWl amwe amwethe aJIIOIIlUao aiooo aiooothe
the nnny ciglnttos ointt examine a t ptoo aDd xaodeb xaodebla mocIeIsin roodebin
in ctcQcctitloa with others otaenHare othersBare
Hare raised BaTarka Moast fOB Tcrapte Vetted UUldStates VettedStates UirftcdStates L
States cruiser Yankee Nero Mohawk rwk aad aerebant aerebantsteasier JMnbaBtt1lJB1r ezthsnt ezthsntetoemer
steasier MaMaAuseMs 6 6COQ OO tees MM Tfc Then reswte reswtewere ets etswere
were 11 abandoned bar r krge 1er eet t wreelwrs WnC en I is United UnitedStates UattedStates Vettedend
States and Caaada Hare not bad a a Milo ringtefaftere Miloh MiloThe eteghfalters
falters faftereTbe h faltersThe
The Yankee wee sunk UDk after we Te bai 1 1tfc 1 isitea a bcr bcrtweha betwelTe batnelre
tweha onto otherwise oth rme we e oouU e uld t1 bare d cWkertod cWkertodbor d1vredher lir t d dhor
her at Bnxftljn DItX IJD Kary NaY ay Yard as a w mt did d tho Nero Nerofrith Nerowith Nerowith
with KKHiuarttT of her bottom geM geMXot geMot goesNot
Not ot BeadY RcnII to Talk TalkMr TalkMr
Mr Arbuckle woe in consultation with withseveral withseveral withsevoral L
several engineers englne rs today toflayNot todayNot todayNot
Not a word now not a word said he heI heI heI
I am not ready to talk yet et I have my myplans m mplans mplans
plans pictures icture8 blueprints and all and an4will I Iwill 1w111
will give them out in good time but not notyet notyet
yet 01
yetWill
Will you operate the pontoon system systemyou systomYOU systeiryou I
you devised and worked work so S4sttccossful1y S4sttccossful1yr successfully successfullyI
I said ald not a 0 word at this time timeInto tlmeInto
Into his business of raising ships the thecoffee thecortee t
IJuI
coffee king has ha put all the t o energy and andforcofulncss andtorcotulncss I
forcofulncss that have marked the dozen dozenand dozenand dozerand t
and one other callings he has taken up upHa upHo upHe
Ha has made sugar and sold it It Then he heoperated heoperated h hoperated
operated a floating hotel on an old square squarerigged Situarorfgged squarerigged
rigged ship taking it out to sea zoanight13 nightly nightlyand nlghUyand r rand
and tying it up at a a pier In South SouthBrooklyn SouthBroolcbn SouUBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynAEMY BroolcbnARMY BrooklynARMY
ARMY EtfGINEE ENGINEEJlS S DISCUSS DISCUSSPLANS D DISCUSSPLANS SCUSS SCUSSFLANS
PLANS TO T6 T RAISE RAISEBefore MAINE MAINEBefore MAINEBeCore
Before tho th wreck of the th battle ship shipMaine shipMaine shliMaine
Maine in Havana Harbor is raised a acofferdam 0 0cotterdnm r rcofferdam
cofferdam will be built around It the thewater thewater i iwater
water will be pumped out and the entire entirehulk ontlrehulk ontlr ontlrhulk
hulk of twisted steel will be exposed to toview toview U Uview
view viewArmy viewArmy viewArmy
Army and anc navy engineers OnglacorsLhttvo nglROO havo agreed agreedthat agnedthat agreet I Ithat
that this is tho only anI feasible te feasIbleway slbl way In to raise raisetho raisetho rais raisthe
tho hulk that was blown up up u just before beforethe beforethe beforthe
the Spanish x ar r It will jest st at least least10dX0 L LioooOo
10dX0 100060 onethird of the total appropria appropriation approprJntlon appropriation ¬
tion by Congress for the work workBrig workBrig wurkBrig
Brig Gen Blxby Blxb chief ef engineers engineerswill engineerswill engineerswill
will at once recommend that a a survey surveyboard surveyboard r rboard
board be appointed appontcd and that thljt it proceed proceedto proceec I Ito
to make a 0 thorough survey surve of the hulk hulkand hulkand hulkand
and report A A preliminary survey will willbe wUlbe wit I Ibe
be made as soon as the hoard of engi engiThousands onglThousands
Thousands of crabs are now now being 3
caught at Chesapeake Beach every day dayFlooring dayFloorlngYcry dayFlooringVery
Flooring FloorlngYcry Very Pretty PrfttTz 225 100 ft
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y juro rc
noers u sers is i named before the actual actUal work workstarts workar worktarts
s starts startsAbout tartsAbout ar l lAbout
About tan years ago agO1l an effort otfGrtnllS was made madeto mad madto madeo
to t o raise the Maine When hen Cuba was still stillunder at1ltvhder stillseder
under United States military government governmentproposals governm61tpropoMls governmegtroposals
proposals p wore wor asked and five Arms dn dntered 00 00teroo t terod
tered t bids ranging from tr m JJOOCO lDl O1O J to ffHCOO ffHCOOAll Uli001lAll 10h 10hAll
All were rejected as n the th firms failed to tosay tolaY toay
say s ay how thoy intended to do the work workIn workIn WOrkIn
In 1191 proposals wore again asked and anda aDdCblcalO anda
a Chicago ferm rni was given the contract contractBut contractBut contactBut
But a II year OIrliter later the contract tract was de declared deQ1ared declareti ¬
clared annulled annml d i poea1e bOCIsn > ocause tho contractors contractorsfailed contractorsfailed contractorsfailed
failed to start startThe startThe StartThe
The cofferdam method will permit a aclose
close 01 08 Q examination f of tho wreck It Is be believed belIQvedtiG beieved ¬
lieved lIQvedtiG h the forward fOl rd part of the hull hu so sobadly sobad sobadly
bad badly sttatterud shat rnd It will have hsv to be raised raisedpjaee ralsdpiGe
pjaee 11 piGe 1q b ur piece but theater thowty1Mrtat partaf the thevjNJMi u ufa
vjNJMi Is hrtact ct according Jm Jmh to ° eagtitee eagtiteewh a fitears fitearswho
who wh h have h examined It ItIt It ItIt itIt
It can R probably be raised by building buildingbulkheads buUdtnlbulkheads buildingbulkheads
bulkheads to keep out the water waterFALL waterFALL waterFALL
FALL KILLS FIREMAN FIREMANStewart FIREMANStewart
Stewart Rosen Rosenberg berg oflLfe of No1O No1OEngine JO JOEngine O OEngine
Engine Is Victim VictimSKULL VictimSKULL VictimSKULL
SKULL FRACTUEED ON STONE STONEStnMo STONESfnlo STONEStaliO
StnMo Fire Cannon Accident at 130 130I 1303 1303I 1309r
I r St Sirtct Srcct rect Northeast Where 1terc 1tercDnmage 500 500Dnmnge 30ODamage
Damage Results and Horse hums Unrnnto humsto Jarn Jarnto
to Death DcntbRollenberg Ronenliersr Leaves a aBride IIDrldc aBmidcof
Bride Bmidcof of One Year YearFatallj I IFata1tfbajurod 7Fata1I1ujurod
Fatallj Fata1tfbajurod Injured by falling from a a ladder ladderwhile JaclderwhUe ladderwhile
while at a Are yesterday Afternoon In th thstable thstable tho thostable
stable of Policeman William RHey of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Ninth precinct prec precinct nct at 1800 18 o I street north northoast northOIlst northeast
east Stewart K 1 Hosenborg aged twon twentyeight twonelght twontyelght ¬
tyeight elght a member of No 10 Engine EngineCompany EnglnoCompany EngInetompsny
Company died at Casualty Casual Hospital last lastnight la8tnight lastnight
night about 10 oclock Rosenberg fell fellonly feUonly tellonly
only ttjn feet tget but struck his head on a astone aatone astone
stone and received a 0 compound fracture fractureof fractureo fractureof
of o tho skull skullTho skul skulThe skullThe
The alarm was turned in about 130 130oclock 130o 1 1oclock
oclock o lock No 10 and nd two t O other companies companiesresponded companiesresponded companiesresponded
responded A strong east wind had hadfanned hftdfannod hadfanned
fanned the flames until nearby ncarb build buildings buildIngs buildlags ¬
ings were ote threatened thre tenod and prompt work workwas workwas workwtts
was necessary necoss IJ I Rosenberg set a 0 ladder tedderagainst ladderagainst ladderagainst
against the wall and want through a asecondstory aHcondstoI asecodstory
secondstory HcondstoI door to t td get the hose hQs over overthe oerthe overthe
the blaze blazeWhen blazeWhen blazeWhen
When tho firo was practically extin extinguished oxUngulsl1cd extinguished ¬
guished Rosenberg started down the lad ladder ladder ladtier ¬
der In some manner he lost his footing footingand fooUngand bootingand
and fell heavily to the ground A patrol patrolwagon patrolwagon patrolwagon
wagon was called from the Ninth pre preI precInct procinct
I cInct and attended by Dr Moffett of orlOO
j 1200 East Capitol street Rosenberg was wasremoved wasremoved wasremoved
removed to Casualty Hospital He II lived livedat livedat livedat
at 405 Tenth street southeast and Is Issurvived Issurvived issurvived
survived by b his his wife He had hadbcen boon mar married married marnod ¬
ried nod a 0 year yearWhile yearsWhile enr enrWhile
While the firemen wore caring for tho thoInjured thoInjurod thainjured
Injured man the fire gained new nc head headway hendway headway ¬
way and within a 0 few minutes mlnut 8 had hadspread hadspread hodspread
spread to the stable of Benjamin April Aprilat AprlJat Aprilat
at 1309 13 > 9 Wylie court and a shed In the thorear therear therear
rear of 821 Thirteenth Thirteenth street and 1311 I Istreet Istreet Iatreet
street northeast About 500 damage wad waddone W1Jdono waitdone
done to the Riley stable and a a valuable valuablehorse valuablehorse valuablehorse
horse was burned to death deathSTORK deathSTORK deathSTORK
STORK GROWS LAZY LAZYFour LAZYFour LAZYFour
Four IndianaSchools Close as There ThereAre ThereAr ThereAre
Are Ar No Scholars ScholarsColumbus ScholarsColumbus ScholarsColumbus
Columbus Ind July 27 21County County Supt SuptCharles suptCharles SuDtCharles
Charles E Talkington says S S that race sui suicide suiclde nutdde ¬
cide is responsible for the closing of four fourschools fourschools fourschools
schools in Bartholomew County Count this fall fallOne fallOne fallOne
One of those schools is in Rock Creek CreekTownship Cr CreekTownship k kTownship
Township another anoth r in Flat Rock Town Township Township Township ¬
ship and two In Jcfckson Jd kson The school at atRock atRock atRock
Rock Creek had an enrollment of forty a afew a af afw
few f w years CmJ ago go and this year oar it has but butseven butsoen butseven
seven One of the the Jackson schools had hadan hadin hadan
an enrollment of three and the other an anenrollment anenrollment anenrollment
enrollment of five fiveThe fiveTho fiveThe
The law provides that an enrollment enrollmentof
of fifteen or less gives the township trus trustee trustc truste ¬
tee tc permission P rmlsslon to abolish a 0 school and an anenrollment anenrollment m menrollment
enrollment of twelve tw ve or less makes it itimperative jtimperative ItimprraUro
imperative on him to close such a school schoolFlooring schoolFloorInJXol schoolFioorlugNo
Flooring FloorInJXol FioorlugNo Ao i Short Lengths Len h ij Price
Frank Libbey Co < 0 Bth N Y Jo ave
WfflDSWRM IDSTORIIITS IDSTORIIITSGETTYSBURG HITS HITS6EmSBUR6 HITSGETTYSBURG
GETTYSBURG CAMP CAMPTents CAMPrents CAMPfciits
Tents Are Demolished and andSoldiers andSoldiers andSoldiers
Soldiers Get Drenching DrenchingADJUTANTS DrenchingADJUTANTS DrenchingNUTANTS
A ADJUTANTS OFFICE WRECKED WBECKEDJJrlnff WRECKEDS1towerJ WBECKDhoenJ1tIn
S1towerJ S hoenJ1tIn JJrlnff a Welcome We comc Cioolncss oolnc to toMllldninen toMilitln o oriUtIRrit
Mllldninen Militln riUtIRrit inn n Who 110 ITwve liae lIkrefor wei l lforn rSi rSifor
for forn n Week ecJDIBtrlct District Boys IIR llnEasy HnVe HnVeEaay e eEnay
Easy Dny with but Few Fe Maneu Maneuvers MancurersWill ilnnenTer ¬
vers Ter rersWill ill Get Away Sunday SundaySfwdal Sundny SundnySpdal Su dny dnygcisl
Sfwdal S to tte rn WMfctogtse w Walut ise U 1I1nW 1I1nWGet fleraldGettyshssrg aW aWGettysburg
Gettysburg Get g Pa July 27 fiA A terrific terrificwind t 1ftc 1ftctiki
wind < 1 tiki d swept over tho camp or Instruction Instructionthte Instructionowon1nr instructionide
thte t evening A massive cloud of dust dustswtarled duatswirled dustswirled
swirled and eddied across the t G camp calBPC8lryta campcarrying campcarrying
C8lryta carrying light dhjects before it and bring bringing brIngIng bringrig ¬
ing t rig down own several aevera tents tentsA teat teatA tentsA
A heavy fall all of rain followed the th first firstsince firstJllnce firstsince
since the District Dl trlct National Guard en encamped encamped encosupod ¬
camped here her When Wh the high wind windsprang wtndi whulsprang
sprang i > fnc up it swept through t rougk the company companykitchens aompanyJdteheAl oompankitchens
kitchens and aa tin pans and other 1It8 uteastirwere utensils utensilswore SIls SIlswore
wore seat scurrying xurrrtnlacrOM acroat company companystreet comp conspanstreets ny nyKreeta
street Plenty of warning was given of ofthe ofthe ot otthe
the stores aad men who had hoped for fora texrntm fota
a ratnleas rntm camp quickly quleklyWougltt brought picks picksand picksal1Cl t tand
and spades > > PIWIo into operation and dug dugtrenches dugtreaches dn r rtrenches
trenches te carry carr off the UI water lowered loweredth Iowecedthe I IU
th the U curtains of their teats tOD and IWl made madeeverything mclevwvlhlng tnadteverything
everything vwvlhlng secure Those who did not notwere notwere nd ndwere
were the su sufferers < < eren The office tent of ofCapt otCapt oi r rCapt
Capt Harry Cooper adjutant of the theFirst theFlnat th I IFirst
First Infaittry IntUlr N G D C was blown blowndewn blowndown t tdown
down and all over camp where wh the oc occupants occupants socupants ¬
cupants failed to loosen Ute guy rope ropaathe rop08the 3 3the
the water soon drew them taut Many Manyripped Maulripped MallYrIpped
ripped and tore from the strain strainCooln strainCoolnclI strainCoolness
Coolness Cooln Proves Welcome WelcomeAlthough WelcomeAlthough VelcomcAlt
Although Alt ough weather we th < < conditions have bee beeIdeal heelideal
Ideal a delightful coolness followed th thstorm
storm and most important mportant of all an anabatement anabatement sJ sJabatement a
abatement of the pest of house flies wasbrought wa
brought about Next in Importance wa
the laying of the thick coat of yellow yellowdust yellowdust yelio c cdust
dust that has covered the th roadways forthe Ic
the past paS two weeks
Todays To s work of the District Dlstr t brlgaqe brigadewas brlgaqewas
was AI co con comparatively parattvely easy consisting consistingsquadror ff ffsquadror f
squadror and regimental maneuvers in inthe Inthe Inthe
the attack and artillery artUler exercises in at attack attuck attuck
tuck in tho forenoon and regimental regimentalbattery regimentalbattery regimentalbattery
battery and squadron drills in the after afternoon afternoon ftcr ¬
noon Night operations will occupy the theguardsmens theguardsmens theguardsmens
guardsmens attention tomorrow and andFriday andI andFriday
I Friday night followed by maneuvers on onSaturday onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday and departure Sunday There Therewill TherewUl Therewill
will be no more day drills drillsIn drWsIn drillsIn
In tho night operations the powerful powerfulsearchlight pOworCulsearchlight powerfulsearebhight
searchlight of the engineers from Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington Barracks and the means mea 5 of com communication cemmunlcatlonor oemmunleation ¬
munlcatlonor munication of the District signal s al corps corpswill corptJwill corpswill
will flguro fit fiuro Pro prominently Detachments Detachmentsfrom Deta Detachmentsfrom h111ents h111entsfrom
from bSflt bti these organizations Wbre rOfe ete out outfor outCor outfor
for preliminary practice tonight tonightBoth tonlghtBoth tonightBoth
Both the District troops and the regu regulars regulars regulam ¬
lars lam wero caught in this afternoons afternoonsstorm art6rnoonstorm afternoon5storm
storm The rejrulars carried on manou maneuvers manouora manouvera ¬
vera ora involving the rushing of reenforce reenforcements raenWrccments reenforcemoats ¬
ments to an attacked army vigorous on onslaughts onslaughts onslaughts ¬
slaughts by the attacking force and many manyother manyother manyother
other features Cot Mansfield U S Sof A Aof Aof
of tho Second U S Infantry command commanded commanded ¬
ed one force comprising all the regulars regularsin
in camp with tho exception of the Twen Twentyninth Twentnlnth Twentynlnth ¬
tyninth U S Infantry s The latter com compbscd composcd cornpbsed
pbscd the opposing force and was under undercommand undorcommand undercommand
command of MaJ Peadleton PeadletonBreak PendltonDlcnk PendlotonEncak
Break Camp Sunday SundayPreparations SundaTProparaUOtMJ SnndnyPreparations
Preparations aro actively proceeding proceedingfor
for the breaking of the entire camp on onSunday onSundny onSunday
Sunday Brig Qea Witiwrapoon TJthftlpo n and his hisstaff hisstart hisstft
staff will leave leaoor for Washington YMJhlngt n Sunday Sundayevening Sunlayovoning Sundayevening
evening Company C of the Hospital HospitalCorps HospttalCorps HospitalCorps
Corps will 1nlC8e leave for Camp New York on onFriday onFrlda1 onFriday
Friday FridayA Frlda1A
A slight change has boon made ma c In tho thoplans thoplansCarthe theplans
plans plansCarthe forthe entraining of the District Districtbrigade DIstrictbrIgade Dtstrictbrigade
brigade Instead lnat nd of brigade headQuar headQuarI headQuorContll1l1ecl hosd1unrContinued
I Continued on Page 7 Column 4 4J28Vo 4snt 4zse
J28Vo zse snt to Milwaukee WIs VIII nml Return
BAltimore Ohio R It It July 23 to 31 31valjd ItyaUd i ivalid
valid for torrCturn fo return until August 14 an4 may ma
be extended to September 3 1 by paying
tee of 50 0 cents Consult agents agentsFlooring agents1lloorlnJtG agentsFloorlugGeorgin
1lloorlnJtG Flooring FloorlugGeorgin Georgia orln Pine Pla Piue3nO 350 100 ft
Franls Fr k Ubbey < t Co 6th N > f Y ave
CRIPPEN NOT FOUND FOUNDWireless FOUNDWireless FOUNDWireless
Wireless Wireless Message Me Bge from Ship sml Says SaysHe SaysHe SaysEe
He Is not no Aboard AboardMontreal AboardMontreal Aboardrontreal
Montreal July 27 21Lloot Liout Col Sherwood Sherwoodof
of Ottawa issued sued orders this morning morningfor morningtor morningfor
for Charles Gauvreau chief constable at atRlmoskl atto atUmoakI
Rlmoskl to board the MOntrose at Fa Father Fstlier Pather ¬
ther tlier Point on Friday Frldlf Jnd l 1nd arrest arr t two twopersons twope twoparsons
persons pe ons supposed suppo d to bY b1ii lDr Dr Crippan and 8ndMItIS andMiso
MItIS Miso 188 Le Neve and to proceed prec with them themon themon themon
on the Montrose to Quebec QuebecFather QuebCNFather QuabeeFather
Father Point Quebec Ju1y JiiLyi7In 27 In re response reaponla respouse ¬
spouse to a a Marconi Ine message llge sent from fromhere fromhere Tom Tombere
here to the Royal George Capt Harrison Harrisonreplied Harrisonreplied Harrisonreplied
replied repliedHave repliedIiave repliedHave
Have spoken both th the steamship Mont Montrose Montrose Montrose
rose and the steamship Sardinian which whichI
I passed and received word thft all U is iswell Iswell iswell
well on them but no reference was made madeto madeto mad madto
to the he Crippen case case whatever whateverSigned whteverSigned whateverSigned
Signed HARRISON HARRISONOn HARRIdOlOn
On board steamship Sardinian via vie wire wireless wirelss wirelOSs ¬
less to Belle Island Newfoundland July July27Alter JulyflAfter
27 27Alter Alter a a careful Inspection of pas pasaengers pM pMleDgers passengers
leDgers aboard this steamer ttMua no one an answering answering answaring ¬
swering to the descriptions of Dr Crip Crippen Crippen Crippen
pen and MIltS Le Neve has It been found foundaboard toundaboara foundaboard
aboard aboardThe aboaraThe aboardThe i
The above moe message ag8 is I In response to an anInquiry anInquIry aninquiry I
Inquiry sent to the Sardinian at sea s sUTmSTS setUTO1STS
UTmSTS IN TR TRl TRAP TRAPLMD
l LMD 1O TO TE TEST T UW LA
Arrested in Hyattsville by byPosted byPosted byPosted
Posted Constable ConstableJ
i
J EMDRICK T JS FINED FINEDPlays FINEDPlays F1NEDFlays
Plays Martyr M nrtyr for the National NationalAutomobile NationalAutomobile NationalAutomobile
Automobile Association AssociationAccompanied AssociationAeeompnnlcd Associationtceompnnied
Accompanied by Attorneys and andFriends andFrlend andFriends
Friends Hc J JDrivcs > r1cs Into Village VillageWithout YlllageWithout VillageWithout
Without Maryland X License lcen e or Rep Repinter Re Relater fleatoter
inter Tag After Trip Through ThroucnStorm ThronJthStorm ThroughStorm
Storm nnd I Ia Haled Into Court CourtVhere CourtVherc CourtWhere
Where Photogrraplui Arc Made MadeWhen JladeA MadeWhen
When A five nee start tart ettt with the tbeavewed thewld theRvewed
avewed wld Intention of getting arrested arrestedtfcey an anUtaI aeredthey
they usiMUly aoocaed and that Is Just what wbatbapponed w1t whathappened t tbapPO
happened bapPO 6d t te the tit patty that l left Et Wadk w wIngton lVaekington Wadkington
ington in a 8 QmrC3rttodatAa revcJ1IRie t < > niai ± > lQ e yea yeaterafqr 7 7tocIQ yettay
terafqr a at atorneqa toraeea R t 0 teat t e 8 8kra aktewoWe aktewoWekeys teeDWIs teeDWIslataof3iterykzi
keys lataof3iterykzi lataof3iterykziflaoh of Maryland Marylandfpjie Karylalwe
fpjie nwehiM flaoh bore boi the Insignia of the theNSOanrt thelftfIonai floereonM
NSOanrt AvUMnobOe A Assodatioa and andJohn aaclJobRTbllman andJoht
John JobRTbllman Tbtlman Hendriek Us It owner was wasthe wutile wasthe
the man at the wheeL He was arrested arrestedat arrestedt
at t HarattavlUe for driving ckiYta without withoutMaryhWi a aAlaryjand aMarysnd
Alaryjand Ueeoae CtIaee and ftd without having tote totecar hisr
car r registered registeredJustice reclsteredJUfttko registeredJustice
Justice Brooks Hunter flaed aed him IS ISaad 5 3 3and
and ad costs oa one eoargs ebare and U 1S and andcosts andco D4 D4costa
costs co oa the other on complaint of Con Constable Consta Constable ¬
stable sta le Charles W Bern An appeal was wastaken wastakfJ1 wastskn
taken and ad the caoaUttitIo CODItIt1ItloBaUty aUty of the thelaw theJaw thelaw
law will be taste t tsm fa the Circuit Court CourtIn CourtIn CourtIn
In October OctoberAttorneys OctoberAttorDe OctoberAttorneys
Attorneys AttorDe C L Bouve sad Jackson JacksonH
H Ralston counsel co for the N A A AHokxxnb AHo1COlDb AHulcomb
Hokxxnb G Jehus wllRa SB local treasurer tr8ll8W l of ofthe orthe ofthe
the astoclattoa a 8 pbotographar and a anewspaper II IInewsp anewspaper
newspaper newsp < < per man were the four who ac accompanied aecomptU necomed ¬
companied comptU ed Mr k Headtie HttIId oo Us 1 heroictrip heroictrip heroic heroictrip
trip through the aivd Just to get go taken takeninto takenIoto takencustody
into custody custodyCnnxtnltle cuatocJyContnlle custodyConatable
Cnnxtnltle Rendy R nc1y for Duty DutyConstable DnbCoostabJe DutyConstable
Constable Barr of Hyattsvllle had hadbeen hadbeon L Lbeen
been notified that the law Yo breakers would wouldroll wouJdTOU I Iroll
roll Into the village late latllla la the tbeattemooo tbeattemoooTbe afternoonThe afternoon afternoonThe
The machine cb M left Tbe Washington Herald Heraldoffice Halclomee I IelIte
office elIte promptly at 4 oclock in spite of ofthe otthe 01the
the fact that a thunder shower was wassweeping wu8Wocping I Iswoeptng
sweeping over the city cityIn clt cltIn cityIn
In a rain that almost Minded the thedriver thedrtwr thedriver
driver the car forged Into a a sea see of mud mudon mudOR I Ien
on th the HyattavtNc road Five minutes minuteslater mhiutesatar mifluteeister
later it was flyiaa fly1a 1ac through rate r that came camedown eaaadown onn I Idown
down in solid sheets shoot but t the sturdy sturdyPullman stunJyPullman sturd sturdPullman
Pullman oar drove ahead through the thegale tbeG th I Ian1
gale G an1 with water deluging every one and aada I Ia
I a wind v < tnd howling around it that threatened threatenedto I
IS
to lift off o the top at every moment The S
car pulled Irito Hyattsville without a amishap amlsbp L Lmishap
mishap mishapMr mlsbpMr
Mr Hendrtek tooted his horn to show showConstable showConstable r
Constable Barr It was time for him to get getbusy getbutW gelbusy t
busy and that officer was on tbe scene sceneIn sceneIn scen scenin
In an instant With the skill of a a born bornsleuthr bOrasleuth horssleuth
sleuthr sleuth he discovered at ° a 1 glance that thatthe thatthc tha
the car bore no State license He placed placedContinued plaet4Continued pineetContinued I
Continued on Page 2 Column 3 3MRS 3MRS
MRS RAWN RA RAWNTESTIFIES RAWNTESTIFIESThinks WN TESTIFIES TESTIFIESThinks TESTIFIESThinks I
Thinks Husband Shot Self in Scuffle Scufflewith Saufilewith Seuffitwith
with Burglar BurglarChicago BurglarChicago BurglarChleo
Chicago July STAt J At the allnight see session aMslon ¬
sion of the coroners inquest ever the thebody thebod thi 0
thit
body bod of Ira G Rawn former presides preeMevtof presidesof t
of tho Monon Railroad tonight Mrs MrsRawn MlIRawn MrsRawn
Rawn pale and JMl weak OAk told a detailed detailedstory detaUMstory
detallotS
story of the events of the night of the thetragedy OUttragec1y tb tbtragedy S
tragedy tragedyMp tragec1yMfs tragedyMFS
Mfs Rawn had an entirely new theory theoryas t thaor eory eoryas p pa
as tothe death of ofhsr her husband hwbADdUIat that he hehad hehad is a
isa
had been killed by bya a abet from his ds own ownweapon ownweapon ow a
weapon in a scuOle with a II burglar who whomet wlwmet wb wbmet U
met him on the steps st step of their home homeE boateE homeB
E C Field general counsel for the theMonon theMonon th e eMorton
Monon Railroad said MiIr Mr Rawa told toldme tetdme to
me m some time Um as ago about a t the Illinois IllinoisCentral lU1nolCentrall8 lhlinolCentrataffair C
Central Centrall8 Centrataffair ffalr atr He admitted that there theremight theremight thor S Smight
might have been men under him who whowere whowere wit 0
were carrying on grafting But he said saidI saidI 1
I dont know anything about it It He Hesaid Htsaid H Hsaid
said that thn there was WI no man big enough enoughto soong h hto
to handle Jmndle all of the details of a aSYltCD1 great greati gras t tsystem
i system like that thatDecline thatDecUneH thatDeclines
Decline to t Handle Honda HondaParis DondParlt BondsParis
Paris July JL i 7The The French bank syndi syndicate 3YJ1dtate I ¬
Ir
cate which handled the last issue of ofAmerican orAmortcan C CAmerican r
American securities sent to Paris has hasjust baajust he a ajust
just declined another parcel of bonds bondsissued bondsIuna bond is isissued
issued by the same railroads railroadsBlnckistoaes raJ1ra8sD1nekltGnes railroadsBlackistones
Blnckistoaes Snecln SJ1 Speein OI aprny prn prnIt prny 2 2It 2it
It is magnificent manI cent Border Order it 14th = H HFlooring HFloorJnJXear HlooringNenr
Flooring FloorJnJXear Near Rift flhft3t0 3 UO JO 10O ft ftFrtmU ftF ftFitnit
FrtmU F n1r Libbey Co 6th N Y ave nv 0 0i
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REGULARS WIN WININ IN ININOHIOBATTLE
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HARDING HARDINGNAMED HARDINGNAMEDGarfleldBeaten N MED MEDGarfield
Garfield GarfleldBeaten Beaten on onPiatforin onPiatforinDrops Platform PlatformDrops PlatformDrops
Drops Out of Race SaceCOX RaceCOX RaceCOX
COX COMES TO RESCUE RESCDJSFears RESCUEI ItESCIJEt ItESCIJEtFears
I
I Fears Stampede to Longworth Longworthand
and Quite Judge Brown BrownTnft Brovni BrownTaft
Taft Strongly Stron Jy Indorsed end nd Scarcely Scarcelya
a Sop Thrown to totlte the th Insurgent Insurgentdomination InsnrgcntJINomhantlon InsnrgcntaNOntiflation
domination Made MatInon U 1o on Third Ballot BallotForaker BallotForakej Uote UoteForakcr
Foraker and Garfield Got Oncers OncersTaft OheeraTaft OheersTaft
Taft Friendly Frlendl to Winner Who I IOldtime IOldtime Is IsOldtime
Oldtime Foraker Man 3IanJBEPTJBLICAN 1tInnREPUBLICAN ManREPUBLICA2
JBEPTJBLICAN REPUBLICAN TIGET TIOKBT IN OHIO
ForvGovernor ForGoTe ForGovernor4Varr norVRrren Vnrren G Hard HnrdFOP UnrdfnK Hardlug
lug fnKFop
FOP Lieutenant Governor GoVcrnorF F W WTreadwa WTreadway V VTreadTray
TreadTray TreadTraySecretary Treadwa TreadwaSeorctary TreadwaySeoretary
Secretary of State StatcGran StateGrawuiile GranvJlle lJe lJelIooncy W Waiooney Wtlooney
aiooney aiooneyState lIooncyState tlooneyState
State Treasarer TressarcrUnllT Rmly A Ar Arclier AreJler Ardiem
clier clierAttorney eJlerAttorne diem diemAtiorne
Attorney Attorne General GcncrnlUJ1ncll Ulrsxefl M MDenman MD U UDenman
Denman DenmanJuKtlce DenmanJUIIUCe D unman unmanJustices
Justices of Supreme Coart O CdurtW CdurtWii artV artVD IV IVD
D Crew and J X Summers SummersClerk Summ SummersClerk s sClerk
Clerk of Supreme Court OonrtJohn OonrtJohnS John JohnS
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of Cincinnati ftung over Judge JudgeOren JudgeOren JudgeOren
Oren Britt Brown of Dayton his hiscandidate hiscaudidate hiscandidate
candidate for governor in the Re Republican RePUbIiCan Republican ¬
publican State te convention today todayand toda todaand todayand
and brought about the nomination nominationof xninationof
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By f Ills haltroke stroke Mr Mr Cox dntbbed Senate SenateTbeodort Senat SenatTbeocIore SenatorThendore
Tbeodort K Barton and prevented tIN tbenomtMUkM tINtIoa theesintuadon
nomtMUkM tIoa of Represematlve Nicholas NicholasLoaffworth Nicholasth NicholasLoagworth
Loaffworth th eel Roosevrtts Roo enIts soninlaw soninlawaad aontu18Wthe senInlawslid
slid the candidate moot favored by Frost President Frostdent sI sIcIent ¬
dent Taft Cox in administering admtnl cel1ng this cis cistlgatlon cuJtJaUOI1 ct cttigation
tlgatlon to Mr fr Lon Longworth < < worth did it how however how4enr howover ¬
ever after the fashion of 0 the good old oldSouthern uldSouthern oldSouthern
Southern mammy who called her off offspring otrprtDc o ospring
spring in from the street laying Coma Comain COTDeIn Comein
in hyah Rastra and stop playln wid widthem widtbem widthem
them po white trash they the will lick ail ailtbe allthe u1the
the molasses moIa a off yo bread and den d n call callyo cauOU cany
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It all happened on the third ballot ballotTemporary ballotTemporary ballotTemporary
Temporary Chairman Longworth had hadturned ha41twsw hadturned
twsw turned < < the gavel oYer o r to permanent Chair Chairman Charman ChairBurton ¬
man Burton the latter had delivered his Maspeech hisIilleeCh hisspeech
speech In tones that reminded one of ofsprhtglees a aspriaaless aesa
spriaaless esa wagoiv banging over a cordu corduroy cordu1Oy corduroy ¬
roy road and John R MaQoy in Angel AngelGabrielTrumpet AngelOabrielTrumpet AngstGabrielTrumpet
GabrielTrumpet tones bad called the theroll theroll theroll
roll of counties for the choice for goT governor CG CGtKDOC ¬
ernor on the first rst ballot which was as asfollows asfollows sofollows
follows Oren Britt Browa OS S Warren Warrll1G
G Harding Hardl 485 48 James R Garfield GarfteldNicholas 11 11N1ebolaa 13 13Nicholas
Nicholas Longworth S8 S8Second 92Second I ISecond
Second Ballot Tnken TakenThere TnkenThere TnkenThere
There being bei 1061 1 delegates to the con convention CODcutlon conrention ¬
vention and 542 necessary to o choice tba tbaflrst tb tbAr8t thballot
flrst ballot was futile The Tb result of the thesecond tb tbHCODd thesecond
second ballot also resulted in no choice choiceas cboicetollows choicean
as follows Brown 363 Harding 497 497Langworth 4 4LoDporth 4Longworth
Langworth 1 i4 4 Garfield GrfteldIn GarfieldIn ML MLIn
In the following oUowtn < < ballot Joseph B For Foraker Forak Forj
aker ak j got four votes Utes and Porakers s name namewa nan nanwas nameWt
wa was uproariously cheered eb It will be ob observed obthat ohthat ¬
served that Brown fell away considerably considerablyon
on the second ballot that the gain atn for forHarding tillHardtDC forHarding
Harding was small and that Garfield Garfleldwas Garfieldwa GarfieldW
was wa W scooting eGQt1 to the ash heap but Long Longworth Loneworth Longworth
worth was racing fast fastThe fastThe a t tThe
The Cuyahoga delegation engineered by byenater byStor b bSmiater
Stor enater Burton on the that ballot cast castits caKIts castits
its SI votes t as follows Brown W Hard HardIng HarcJIng Hardlag
Ing 11 Loogworth LoagworthOn 78 78On 1 1On
On the second ballot the delegation delegationplumped delepUGI1plumped delegationumped
plumped umped Its 8 tt votes solidly Idly for Long Lonaworth LoTtSworth Longworth
worth The result of the second ballot ballotwas b1Jotwa ballotwas
was ominous for both Brawn Bn < < wn and Hard Harding Hanlt Hardleg ¬
leg t Longworth was skiddfag ak swiftly swiftlyCox swiftlyCex swiftlyeux
Cox at the head of the Hamilton Coun County Count Cotmty ¬
ty t delegation IepUoD of which Longworth was a amember aJlttlftber ad
member did d not turn a hair He knew knewhe knewh6 knowhe
he could designate e te the choice eboac for gay governor gayercor err errnor ¬
ernor nor He H did not want Harding Hrdln Ha Hawanted Uowante4 e ewantid
wanted Brown Yet he saw Browns vote votemelting v vmeltlag votemeWag
melting away and D4 that Bartons delega delegation dele deletkm delegatilt ¬
tilt was racing ahead heed with Longworth LongworthTry LoncworthTr LoogworthTry
Try Tr to Stampede Delegates DelegatesLongworth DClegateLoqworth DelegatesLongworth
Longworth was upon the platform nit nitting Ntting sitting
ting besld beside I e Permanent Chairman Burton Burtonhis Burtonbls Burtonhis
his newly bead political foster father fatherThe tath tathTIM fatherThe
The convention COD was in an uproar The TheCuyahoga TheCUYhoc TheCUy1OS
Cuyahoga CVaxty 2t dt decates legates were jumping jumpingabout jumplnabout jumpingabout
about the convention hall calling upoq uponthe upoqtbe upoqthe
the delegates to come out fer tc Longworth Longworthon
on the third ballot and many promised promisedto prom promisedtodOSO Hld Hldto
to todOSO todOSOThe do so soThe 50The
The result u1t of the third t lrd ballot was as asfellows ft8flowa asfellows
fellows Hard Harding 746 7 Browa 120 1 Long Longworth Lortgworth LongGarfield
worth ° XK Garfield Gar etd 5 5R 5R 5R
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