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to Congress CongressJames CongreluiJames CongressJames
James A Wakefield who is known in inPittsburg inPlttaburg InPittsburg a
Pittsburg as the man who is after John JohnxDalzells Jo JoDalzells TohnDalzeUs h n 1
xDalzells > DalzeUs scalp lp arrived In Washington Washingtonlast Washingt Washingtlast Washingtonlast ° n 1
last night and brought renewed t n wed assur assurance aumrsnce assuanco r ¬
ance to the Democratic politicians of tho thoCapital thoCapital ti tiCapital o
Capital that the November elections electionswould electionswould electio electiowould g
would enow show a a landslide for them themThe themThe themThe
The House will be Domooratiethinks Damocrntie he hethinks hethinks a
thinks and he Is confident that he will willoccupy willi willioccupy w woccupy 111
occupy the seat sat which Dalzell has had hadso li liso ad 5
so many years yearsTho yearsTho ears earsTho I
Tho Democrats of my district areearnest are In Inearnest InO I
earnest O rnest this year ear Mr Wakefield sa salast said saidlast 8 ld j i
last night I am absolutely confident confidentmy of ofmy I Imy
my election too 1Iy ly district dI trIct is distinc distinctively dlsttn dlsttntlvely o ¬
tively a manufacturing district In Brad Braddock Braddook Bra Bradock d
dock and McKeeaport are some of the thegreatest ti tigreatest e I Igreat
greatest great Jt iron and stool plants of the theworld ti tiworld e B I Iworld
world The men who toll in these mills millshave mil milhave is s I
have seen the cost of living soar higher higherand high sr srand r
and higher they havq bov seen their eon eontlon condi condition condltion d ¬ I
tion impoverished to such uch an extent ec tent that thatthey th ththey at t I Ithey
they are re desirous of registering reglsterlngthelr their dis disapproval dlsapproval dl dlapproval s ¬
approval of Mr Dalzell nnd will poll pollthe pollthe pc pcthe ll II
the greatest Democratic vote ever cast castin casti ca St StIn t
i in the district districtI distrIctHI
HI I charge that Dalzell has voted In fa favor faor f fvor a ¬
vor or of every ship subsidy bill 1 > 111 offered offeredthat otteredthat ofterethat d
that he Is one of fourteen Represent Representatives RopresentntivCs Representtiv4s a ¬
tives who voted against the submission submissionto submissi submissito on aon i
to the States of an ambndment to the theFederal theFederal t tFederal he e
Federal Constitution to empower Con Congress Congress Co Cograss n ¬
gress to levy Jey an income tax that when whantho whentho tth tththo an i
tho tariff schedules were up he voted votedevery otoo in inevery Inevery n i
every case for the highest duty dut that was wasever wasever wt wtover a
ever offered regardless as to how it would wouldaffect You Youaffect ould ouldatCcct 1d 3
affect the cost of living livingNo HYingNo livingNo
No other man living Is so largely re responsible responsible r rsponsible ¬
sponsible for the high cost of living IivingJohn as asJohn asJohn s
John Dalzell I am in the fight t twin twinThe tq win winThe wi wiThe n
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STEAMSHIP S BRIMS BRIMSHEW BRINGSNEW
HEW 41E CHOLERA CH LERA CASE CASEItalian CASEItalian CASEItalian
Italian Passenger Placed in inQuarantine inQuarantine inQuarantine
Quarantine Hospital EospitalWELL HospitalWELL HospitalWELL
WELL AT FIHSTV FIRST INSPECTION INSPECTIONCoul
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Coul Trimmer of the Moltke Also AlsoBenra AlMoDenr Alsohears
hears Symptoms anti Is Ia Removed Removedto nemov t tto l lto
to Swinburne Island tor Treat Treatment TrentmentChUd TreatmaulChild ¬
mentChUd ment Child with Smallpox Sm Upox Take Takefrom Taken Takenfrom Takenfront n
from the George Washington IVaHhinprtonNew VaHhlnRtonNew
New York Oct 9 9A A new case of ofcholera otQholera o ocholera f
cholera developed today on board the thesteamer thesteamer thesteamer
steamer Moltke which was under Quar Quarantine quarantine ¬
antine The patient was Giovanni Fal Faloiglia Falolglla Falaiglla
oiglia aged thirtysix years years an Italian Italiansteerage Ital1onsteerage
steerage passenger from Naples This Thisman Thism6n Thisman
man was well at the Inspection yesterday ycaterdnybut C5terdn C5terdnbut
but about noon became violently ill and andthe nndthe an d
the bacteriological examination showed It Itto Itto
to be an undoubted case of cholera choleraThis choleraThis choleraThis
This man had been given his allowancof allowance allowanceof e
of beer and wins on board the steamer steamerand steamerand steamerand
and had managed to obtain from his fellow fel fellow tellow ¬
low passengers a considerable conslderab > quantity a atheir of oftheir oftheir f
their supply 5UPP and became boisterously boisterouslydrunk boisterouslydrunk bolsterousl bolsterousldrunk Y
drunk keeping the steamers people In Inconstant a aconstant nconstant
constant ferment until 3 oclock this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning Today at noon he was vio violenjly vlolen11y
violently
lenjly ill and was later taken to the thehospital thehOEipltal th thhospital e
hospital hospitalDr hOEipltalDr hospitalDr
Dr Doty says sas that the first case cn e on this thissteamer thissteamer
steamer steamer was a coal trimmer and had no nocommunication nooommunlcatIon n noommunicatlon o
communication whatever with this passengor pas passenger passenger ¬
senger and that there Is now ship Infec Infection Infection int ¬
tion This case shows all the feature of ofthe otthe o f
the Germanla case and Is s undoubtedly of ofthe ottho
the kind known as cholera carrier carrierLeft carrierIeft
Left Italian Ports PortsTho PortsTho
Tho Moltke left Naples < J on September SeptemberSI r
SI l and It was about seventeen days day later laterthat l late ter terthat r
that this man became 111 after his de debauch debauch debauch ¬
bauch The patient is now at SwinburnIsland Swinburne SwinburneIsland SwinburneIsland e
Island It IK proposed to remove t tIIoffman to toHoffman tolIottnian
Hoffman Island tomorrow all of the thesteerage thesteerage th thsteerage e
steerage passengers JHlssen ers and probably probablygreater a agreater ngrent6r
greater part part of the crew Tho Moltke Moltkearrived MoltkcnrrIv e
arrived nrrIv d at quarantine on the night of ofOctober otOctober o oOctober f
October 3 from Genoa and Naples NaplesOn NaplesOn NaplesOn
On the following morning when Dr DrDoty DrDot D DDoty r
Doty Dot boarded the steamer he found Ru Rudolf Rudolt ¬ I
dolt Sellltsch aged thirtythree years ars a acoal u ucoal
coal trimmer with all the symptons of ofcholera orcholera o ocholera f
cholera He was removed to Swinburne SwinburneIsland SwinburneIsland SwinburnIsland e
Island where he h a Is a pUll till under treatment treatmentThe treatmentThe treatmentThe t et
The steamer ste mer George Washington which whicharrived whicharrived whi whiarrived
arrived today to from Bremen Southamp Southampton ¬
ton and Cnerbourg brought 210S otIS lAS pas passengers passengers pasgangers ¬
sengers ttl of whom wore In n the saloonThe saloon saloonThe saloonThe
The steamer was delayed at quarantine quarantineowing quaronUnoowing n
owing to the largo number of passengerin passengers passengersin s
in third and fourth class A child wa waIn was wasin wasIn a
in the hospital 111 with smallpox The Thepatient Thepatient Th Thpatient e
patient was removed to Swinburne SwinburneIsland Swinburnehlsnd SwinburnIsland e
Island
Child Put in Honpitnl HonpitnlDr 1I000lpltalDr IlospitnlDr
Dr Doty Dot with all his force made madeevery made6eo mad C
every effort to clear the shTp In order orderto orderto r rwas
to land the passengers The patient pat1 nt was wastransferred WAStransferred
transferred to the hospital About forty fortyof forUof fortof
of the other passengers of the thin thincabin third thirdcabin thirdcabin d
cabin were transferred to Hoffman Island Islandfor Islandtor Islan Islanfor d
for observation observationAmong observaUonAmong observationAmong
Among the passengers passengers were Cleofante CleofanteCampanjnl CleofanteCampantnl CleofantCampnnlni e
Campanjnl of 4he 1heoMotropollta the Metropolitan Ojjera OjjeraCompany OneraCompan Ofie OfieCompany ra
Company Mme afine1farlella Jfarlella StongelSem StongelSembrich StongelSembrleh Stongel Sem
brich Baron Erwln von on Heyle Zu Herrn Herrnsheim Herrnshelm
shelm secretary secretar of the German legation legationat
at Washington and MacKenzie King Kingminister KinKminlter Kin Kinminister
minister of labor of of Canada CanadaOFFICERS CanadaOFFICERS CanadaOFFICERS
OFFICERS LEG IS BROKEN BKOKENI BKOKENGoo BROKENGoeK I
Goo Goes to Arre Arrest t Negro and Gets GetsIlonien GctsDeaten Get GetDeafen a
Deafen Up UpEby Eby by Gang GuncrIlyatUvlUe GanJIIynttwtlle
IlyatUvlUe Md Oct 9ConrtabiJebu 9Con 9Conatable 9ConatableJlhl1 taWe taWeJcbn
Jcbn A Johnson Is I laid up at his home homehere homehcte horn hornhere e
here with a broken leg and nose as the theresult theresult tb tbresult e 1
result Qfan pt an encounter with some negroes negroesIn neroo nerooIn negro negroin 1
In Bladensburg last evening and will willprobably w111probabb wil wilprobably 1
probably be Incapacitated for two 0 or orthree 01tbree r rthree
three months Yesterday Justice Justlceof of the thePeace thePeace th thPeace e
Peace Alfred D Bailey turned overwarrant over a awarrant awarrant
warrant to Officer Johnson for the arrest arrestor arrestoC acres acresof t
or a negro who It Is claimed had hadskipped hadskipped ha d i
skipped his board bill billJohnson b111JomlOn
Johnson thought he had the colored coloredman color d dman I Iman
man located at Bladensburg but when whenhe whenhe who whohe n
he went to arrest him some negroes negroesi tlegrocsclaiming negro negroclaiming
i claiming that the officer was going to towrest toarrest t tarrest 0 1
arrest the wrong man Interfered John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son claims that while warning Thom Thomas ThomasBrown ThomnsBrown as
Brown colored not to Intqrferfi with withhim withhim wit withim h
him the negro grabbed his handcuffs han cures and andstruck andstruck an d
struck him the officer across the nose noseknocking noseknocking
knocking him downJohnson down downJohnson downJohn
John Johnson on weighs about 230 3O npunds and andwhen andwhen an anwhen d
when he foil It t Is hlt
supposed suPpo h hi ankle w wcaught was wascaught wascaught as i
caught under him and twisted out of ofplace otplnce o oplace t
place His leg was as also broken In n two twoplaces twoplftces tw twplaces 0 1
places near the kneeMORE knee kneeMORE kneeMORE
MORE FARMERS ARE NEEDED NEEDEDSenator NEEDEDSenator
Senator Scott Discusses Dscuss the High HighCost HighCost Hi HiCost h
Cost of Living LivingExplalnol
Explains Cnnscs Cnulle of Unrest Antony AntonyPeople Amon AmonPeople mon monPeople it
People of This COl1ntryAr CountryAgItutors Country COl1ntryArItutors Ag Agitators ¬
Itutors Not Feared FearedWheeling FearedWheeling
Wheeling W Va Oct 9 = I haveXhe h3ve have he hesrcl1tcst
greatest confidence In the American pe peo people o
pie and believe they the will suacessfull suacessfullsolve successfully successfullysolve Y
solve all the problems which whl which h confront confrontthem centre n t t
them themStates em at tho present time says United UnitedStates UnitedStatea Unite rl 1
States Senator N B Scott who h has hasjust as 5
just recently rccontl returned from a tour of ofEurope f I IEurope
Europe The American people he con co r rtinned n
tinned aro not to bo carried away awayby awayby aw ay r
by needless agitation You may fool foolthem tot 1
them part of the time but not all the thetime t he 5
time When once they tho have given a mat matter matter ma t
ter careful consideration consld ratlon you can rest restassured restwsued re st I
assured that th the decision reached r ohed will be bea bea s
a safe and sane one onen onenSenator
Senator Scott is the head of the Can Centrol
tral Glass Company and nd Is closely Iden Identified ids n
tided with Ith a number of business and andfinancial an anfinancial d I
financial Concerns on erns of the State and he hewas hewas 1 le
was discussing ° with a 1 representative of orthe f
the press the recant article which ap appoared appeared a p
geared In n the North American Review pon on onThe j
The Conservation Consryatlon Cons rratlor of Common Sense S SenseWhat nse nseWhat
What Is tho the cause of the uneasiness uneasinessand uneasinessnnd uneuslne uneuslneand ss 3
and unrest among the people was wasasked wasasked w as j
asked askedOne askedOne
One reason and the principal one onehe onehe onehe
he replied of the uneasiness une slness and un unfOJit u n
rest which Is now In n the land Is s the thehigh ti nto to
high cost of farm products The people peopfeseem peopleseem poop fe
seem to think that the government governm nt and andthe a nd j
the admlnlstratloi are to blame but such suchIs sue h
Is not the case The excessive excess ve cost of otfarm
farm products Has been caused by b t the theIncrease h a
Increase of consumers and the decrease decreaseof decree decreaor decreeof a o or9
of producers Within the past few yea yeathere years yearsthere yearsthere r9
there has been an Increase of 50 O per cent centIn co nt t
In the number of people using farm farmproducts farmprodUcts fur m I
products and nd a corresponding decrease decree se
i Ik 11 the number of farmers Tho call callcity of ofU oftY
U city tY continues o UnueSto to attract young OUDir men men4O
4O
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NO MORE BODIES FOUND FOUNDNumber FOUND FOUNDNumber POUNDumber
Number N umber of Victims of Launch Accldent Ac Accident Aceldeut ¬
cident Placed atTlventYnix atTlventYnixNew t TfrentyHir TfrentyHirNew ent flx flxNew
New York Oct 9 9No No more sailors sailorsbodies sailorsbodies sailorsbodies
bodies wore found today The number numberof
of o f bodies recovered since > > Ince the accident accidentto a accidentto cldent cldentto
to the Bailing launch of the h New N9W w Hamp Hampshire Hampshire Hamphire ¬
shire s hire remains at twentythree j RheIran RheIranGas he Kan Kansag
sag 15 as Idaho and Panther have each achlot Qachloata achlota lost losti
i a man and their bodies have been recov recovered recovered recoweted ¬
ered The body of Ehrens who was lost lostfrom lostfrom lostfrom
from from the Solace October 3 has not been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found foundThe foundThe foundThe
The correct list of those who are still stillmissing stUltnlsslng stillmissing
missing from the New Hampshire crew crewIncludes 9reVInoludes grewncludes
Includes i the names of seven men men Of Ofthose Otth Oithose
those th 6 four have been unofficially reportedas reported reportedas
as seenallvo seen alive on shore shoreWALL
1 WALL ALL STREET STREET5In115 NEWS NEWSSigns NEWSSigns
Signs S igns of Better Things Be Becoming Bec ¬
coming c ming b bCOPPER More Numerous NumerousCOPPER NumerousCOPPER
COPPER TRADE IS IMPROVING IMPROVINGHigher IMPROVINGIIJgher IMPROVINGigher
Higher h igher Price Level for that Com Commodity Comnloellt CornCertain ¬
modity nloellt Certain and Increased IncrenneilProduction Incr nNel nNelProduction
Production Will Follow Greater GreaterConsumptionSaprcme Gronte GronteConNiimi GllntepCOnrmmltonSuprcmc
ConNiimi COnrmmltonSuprcmc > iion Supreme Court ourt Must lUnlltDecide
i Decide Antitrust Laws LawsNew 10 10New LawsNew
New York Oct 9 9Results Results both In Inbusiness Inbusiness inbusiness
business and finance last week wore of ofthe ofthe
the same inconclusive Inconclu o although by nomoans no nomoana nomoans
moans discouraging character so far as asforeshadowing asforoshaelowlng asoreshadowing °
foreshadowing f the future that they have havebeen havebeen
been for several soera months past In the thestock theatoc5 thestocl
stock atoc5 market a somewhat more cheerful cheerfultone Qh erful erfultone
tone is In n evidence but the upward move movement movement movemeat ¬
ment In prices Is so slight as to leave It Itdoubtful Itdoubttul t tdoubtful
doubtful If l there Is s any upward move movement moomont movement ¬
ment going on at all allThe aUThe allThe
The average range of prices still holds holdsbelow holdsbelow
below b olo the point touched on the recovery recoveryfrom reQoveryfrom
from f rom the break In July Jul and from day to today today today
day tho market does little more than thanwabble thanwabble
wabble around rising a n little on profes professional professional professional ¬
sional buying and then soon declining decliningto
to about the same extent on professional professionalselling professionalsolUng
selling It seems fair to say sa that bank bankIng bankIn
Ing In and socalled larger Intoresta Int ltestft are aredoing aredoing
doing almost nothing In a financial way waysave wnySfl waysave
save Sfl In bond except perhaps that they thoybuy
buy a little stock when tho market mnrketr6 mnrketr6cedes re recedes renodes ¬
cedes cedesThe j jThe
The factors making for greater gr gee ter hope hope hopeand hopeand j jand
and confidence In tho situation than was wasfelt wasfelt
felt In midsummer have lost nothing of oftheir Qttheir oftheir
their force It is becoming more and andmorn and andmoro andmore
moro obvious that the careful prep preparations preparations proporations ¬
arations made In tho earlier portionof portion portionof portionoC
of the year ye r to meet a possible money moneystringency moneystrln
stringency strln enc at this season wore so effect effective ottectIve effectfro ¬
ive in their nature that there is to be no nomoney nomonoy
money stringency at all Business over overthe Oorthe
the country continues protty good taking takingeverything 4faktngo
everything o r thln through and through and andon andonl
on onl only In this city eft and perhaps certain oartalnother carttilnother certainother
other Eastern financial centers dooa doe do any anynotable anynotnble anynotable
notable depression exist existCopper existCopper existCopper
Copper Trade Better BetterOne DeHerOne
One excellent sign III n of better things Is 1sthe Isthe Isthe
the Improvement that has lately taken takonplace tnkon tnkonplaee takenplace
place In n tho copper copper trado a quarter that thatfor thatfor
for a long Ion I tlmo has been the weakest spo spon spot spotIn SpOt SpOtIn t
In n the entire situation Copper has ban bansuffering lflcnButtering leansuffering
suffering from overproduction overproduction brought brou ht on onby o oby
by the vary Gty high prices for the metal that thatwere thatwere
were obtained a few years since Bur Buttho Butthobalance the thobalance thebalance
balance of nature always provided in insuch Insuch insuch
such case CflSN is again at work workJust workJust workJust
Just as high prices for copper stimutoted stimu stimulated stimulated ¬
lated production of
the commodity so solaw 50low IiOlow
low prices have stimulated the consump consumption consumption consumption ¬
tion of l It Tho use of copper In the theworld thoworld th thworld
world Is now greater than ever before beforeknown boforaknown befor beforknown e
known and It Is a settled economic fact factthat tacttht fac t
that a largo proportion of an Inorease Inoreaseuse increased increaseduse Inarensed InarensedWe a
use of any an basic commodity eommodlt such as ascoppor asCOppOl a acopper
copper Is s permanent Tho dally dall use and andlire andIlf
lire Ilf of the world IK now demanding dem ndlng a amuch
much greater production of coppor than thanIt the theIt n an
It did four or five yoars ago and will willcontinue wll1continue 1
continue to demand this Moreover Moreo I cur current current current
rent low prices fbr the metal arc not only onlyenlarging onJyenlArglnb
enlarging consumption but Increasing Increasingproduction Inoreaslngproduction
production productionIn
In due course a higher price level for forcopper fo r
copper Is I s absolutely certain and and possiblythe possibly possiblytho possiblytho
tho market for copper securities securltl 3 is antic anticipating antlclPAtin ¬
patios PAtin the fact It Is s true that there are arethose arethose nr e
those who maintain m lntaln that the very failure failureof fanureof failurof e
of business to contract over ail n sections seetlonsot
of the country as it has done 100 In the dill distinctively dilltlncthlIJ dstlnctively ¬
tinctively financial and commercial sec iections IOCtlons
lions is not n good thing They Tht hold that thatthis th t tthis
this means that bank loans have not been beencurtailed beenourt
curtailed ourt lled In the West Pest and South as they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should have been and that thero is s room roomfor roomfor roomfor
for the apprehension that the banks banksthere bllnksthere
there have n lot of poor loans on on their theirbooks
books that that they will 111 find it dlfllcult to toget toget
get rid of without loss lossnUln
Waiting nUln on Politics PoliticsOther PoliticsOther PoliticsOther
Other observers equally OQual shrewd main maintain maintain maintain ¬
tain that such extension of credit as hasbeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been witnessed In the agricultural dis dtstrlots districts dlltrlots ¬
trlots Is not at all too great considering consideringtheir conslderJpStheir eonsidaringtheir
their prosperity In jecent recent years enrs and theprosperity the theprosperity theproperUy
prosperity that must must again flow from thepresent the thepresent thepresent
present seasons abundant crops Still Stillstriking SUllstriking
striking a general balance the th e attitudftboth nttitudl1both attitudft attitutlrtboth
both of the stock market and all forma formsof formaof formyor
of industrial business is at the momentclearly moment momentclearly momentclearly
clearly one of waiting Just what Is this thiswaiting thl3waiting thiswaiting
waiting for forThere rorThere
There Is no doubt that oneUhlng onetblng that thatmatters thatmatters thatmatters
matters are waiting altfng for Is some light lighton lighton lighton
on the question whether radicalism or ora 01a ora
a reasonable degree of conservatism conservatismis
is going to rule these hese United States as asregards asrogards asregards
regards the relation of politics to bust business buslneSfi ¬
ness It has at last been put up up squarely squarelyto
to thejpupreme theM1upreme the upreme Court to say 93 whether whetherthe whitherthe
the laW la In this country countr as it stands Is Issuch
such that two men who happen hap en to live liveIn
In different States and doing del g business businessIn
in the same line can take counsel with withooch
each other concerning their mutual mutualaffairs mutualattaIrs
affairs as they have done < < ever since the therepublic
republic was born bornA
A Circuit Court of the United States Stateshas
has held that under tho Sherman anti antitrust antitrust
trust law If these th these se two men put their theirbusinesses
businesses together they the are ate guilty guilt of ofconsplrRc
conspiracy and tho corporation thus thusformed thu5formed thusformed
formed must be dissolved and the incor incorporators Incorporators lncorporators
porators sent to Jail at the discretion of ofthe ofthe
the court If this thlSvlew view of the law Is cor correct
rect the United States Eiteel I teel Corporation Corporationthe
the Standard Oil Company Compana1d and pretty predynearly
nearly all the large corporations corpprnUons of It the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country must be wound up It Is nll 11 very Ver Verwell
well to say that this way wa of looking at atthe atthe atthe
the matter Is s extreme but there aro arojudges
judges now sitting on onthc ihe Supreme Court
bench 1 > cnch who have In various decisions < In Inthe Inthe n nthe
the past substantially Indorsed this con constructlon conI construetton
I structlon of the law and have held that thatit thatIt thatft
it was for Congress to amend the law lawif lowIt
if the statute was obnoxious Now the thebusiness thebusiness
business men of the country countr have ap apparenti
parently parenti made up their minds hids to find out outJust outjust
Just what the antitrust law Inwdoes does mean meanand meanand
and to rest on their oars as regards the theconduct th thconduct theconduct
conduct of any more routine operations operationsuntil operationsuntil
until they ney do find out outIn outIn
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Gasper Are Also Winners AVinnersCincinnati WinnersCincinnati Inncr InncrCinclnnoti
Cincinnati Oct 9 9After After the game with withIMttsburg withItt withjtttburg
IMttsburg Itt I jtttburg < burg today to ay a field meet was held In Inwhich Inwhich n nwhich
which two worlds records were broken brokenHans brottenHans brokenHans
Hans Lobert third baseman baseman of the theReds theneds theReds
Reds broke the record In circling the thebases thebases hi hibases
bases by making the time of 13 16 sec seconds seconds seconds ¬
onds a remarkable rcmarko o achievement The Theformer Theformer Theformer
former record 14 15 seconds which vas vasmade tis tismade s smade
made by b Walter Clements of the Jersey JerseyCity JerseyClt JerseyCity
City Clt Eastern League team at Cincin Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati ¬
nati In n 1907 was broken twice during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the afternoon In the th ht first trial both bothLobert bothLobct bothLobert
Lobert and Campbell of Plttsburg made madeld
14 seconds s conds flat Campbell lost in tho run runoff runore runoff
off In long distance throwing Sheldon SheldonLejeune SheldonLejeune SheldonLejeune
Lejeune of the he Evansvllle Central CentralLeague CentralLeague CentralLeague
League team made 426 feet 8 Inchest Inchestwhich Inch Inchwhich inches incheswhich
which Is 26 feet 3 fnch better than John JohnHatflelds JohnHatfields i iHatOelds
Hatflelds record made thirty thlrt years eal8 ao aoIn a agoIn o I IIn
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to beat the record but b t with the wind wln < < In Inhis inhis i ihis
his favor favor1n In two more trials he smaehed smaehedthe sma sinathedthe hed hedth
the th old mark ma k twice twiceIn twiceIn twiceIn
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seconds fiat on the grass g wearing a abaseball abnSllball abaseball
baseball suit and shoes 8M and defeating defeatingsuch deCeatingsuch defeatingsuch
such fast men m n u a CaQipbell of Pitts Pittsburg Ptttsburg PlUsburg
burg John Miller of Pittsbury Pltt8bu and andWard andWard andWard
Ward Miller of Cincinnati Cln < < lnnAti In the fun fungo fungo fungo
go hitting hi tUng conto cont contest t Jack Rowan won with with80S withaas
80S feet 0 44 Inches Inoh which does not comeneer comenear come comenear
near the record made by Mike Mitchell Mltchollin
in 1007 Mitchell also competed but butfailed butfulled butfailed
failed to equal his old mark McLean McLeanwon McLeannon cLOftn cLOftnon
won on the accurate throwing contest for forcatcheFs torcatchers foreateheFs
catchers Gasper won in the pitchers pitcherscontrol pltcherscontrol pitcherscontrol
control contest and Paakart Paske t won on in theaccurate the theaccurate theaccurate
accurate throwing contest contest for outfield outfleldcrs ouUlelders outfielders
ers Most of the members on both the thePlttsburg thePlttsburg thePittsburg
Plttsburg and Cincinnati clubs competed competedAGED competedAGED competedAGED
AGED JUDGE TR TREE TREEDIES E EDIES EDIES
DIES IN NEW YORK YORKContinued YORKContlnucd YORKContinued
Continued frontPnge from Page Pn e One Oneat Oneat Oneat
at the Waldorf with her cousin Thomas ThomasTlleston ThomuJIneston ThomasTIleston
Tlleston of Summit a few te hours after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the judges judges deathWith death deathWith deathYlth
With the exception of Mrs Rieves his hisson hisson Idason
son Arthur and his grandson HfaJdn theother theotherimmedlavg thotherImmedla theotherimmediate
immediate Immedla relative Is Joseph Tree of ofRichmond orRIchmond ofRichmond
Richmond Va Joseph Tree Is eightytwoyears eighty eightytwo eightytwoears two twoyears
years ears old and Judge Tree would hve hvebeen hav9een havQeen
been p pas een seventy seventelght eight years Oftrs old next month monftias montbas
as he was born In Washington D C CNovember cNovember CNovember
November 29 9 1S32 1S32Although 1 1S32iAlthough 2 2lthough
Although lthough most of Judge Trees Tree bust busiriess buslrtess busttless
riess political and professional life has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been Identified with the growth of otChi otChicngo Chi Chicago Chi Chicago ¬
cago from a frontier village maga to a metrop metropolis metropolis metropolls ¬
olis his boyhood and youth were spent spentIn spentIn spentIn
In the EasternStates EasternSt tcs Some time prior priorto prJ priorto r rto
to 1700 his ancestors settled In Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennslvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania He was namod after his greatgrandfather great greatgrandfather greatgrandfather ¬
grandfather Lambert Tree an artillery artilleryman art11lor art11lorman artilleryman ¬
man who was killed m inbnttle in battle during the thoRevolution theRcolutlon theRevolution
Revolution RevolutionJudge Revolution RevolutionJudge Rcolutlon1tJudge
1tJudge Judge Tree was the son of Lambert LambertTree LambertTree LambertTree
Tree who for forty years enrs was a clerk in inthePostofflce Inthe inthe
thePostofflce the Postofflce Department at Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton and Laura M Burrows Private tutori tu tutors tutOi ¬
tors tOi looked after his education In n thethree the thethree thetHree
three Rs and after aft r some time spentin spent spentIn spentIn
In the Columbian Law School School of Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington he entered the University of Vir Virginia VlrI Virginia ¬
I ginia While 1I1e a n student student he gave a n good gooddeal gooddeal
I deal of time to the study of French and andGerman andI andGerman
I German In addition to law and for fO r yearsho years yearsho
ho had been known as an excellent excellentscholar excellents excellentscholar
scholar s hoJar In these the e languages languogesGrnll11tt e eGraduated i iGraduated
Graduated ll from Virginia VirginiaIn lrglnlan
In n 1855 he was gri graduated gr dusted from the Uni University University LTnfversity ¬
versity of Virginia with the degree of ofLL otLL ofLL
LL B and was admitted to the Wash Washington Wash1nito Washington ¬
ington 1nito bar k111 iq la the same it e year He remain ¬
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ed only a few weeks at the Capital how however 10 10evft however ¬
ever and armed with 1th a letter from Ste Stephen Stephen Stephen ¬
phen A Douglas Dou las he left his desk in the theoffice theoftIee theoffice
office of Jame6 Jam ej I Carlisle then n a lead leader leader leader ¬
er of the Washington Wasbm on bar and IUKl went to toChicago toChlcao toChicago
ChicagoSince Chicago ChicagoSince ChlcaoSince
Since UK until advancing years eafS less lessened lessened lessened ¬
ened his ht activities Judge Tree had been beenprominent beenprominent beenprominent
prominent not only In Democratic munic municipal municIpal municipal ¬
ipal politics In In Chicago but In State pol polities polItkw polities ¬
ities in Illinois and In national affairsEleven affairs affairsBloven afCalrsEloven
Eleven years after he opened his Chica Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
go law ofilce he w wy t s elected president presidentof
of the th Law Institute Inst1t1Jt of Chicago Five Fiveyears Fiveyears Fiveyears
years later a vacancy qneIwhlch which occurred curred m mthe tnthe inthe
the Circuit bench of Illinois by b the ele elevation elevation elevation ¬
vation of Judge McAllister cAlU5tal to the Su Supreme Supremo Supreme ¬
preme Court was filled by the appoint appointment appointment appointment ¬
ment of Judge Tree Tr as Judge J ge McAllis McAllisters McAllisters McAlllsters ¬
ters successor and at t the subsequent subsequentelection subsequentaleatlon subsequentelection
election he was reelected As circuitjudge circuit circuitjudge circuitjudge
judge ho fe served rved until until his term ended in inISW
ISW S SJudge
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Judge Tree first began be n to be heard ofin of ofin ofIn
in national polities during the campaign campaignof
of Elaine and Logan In the tpanvention tpanventionof convention conventionof
of 1SS4 1 which nominated the ticket headed head headed headed ¬
ed by b Cleveland and Hendricks Judge JudgeTree JudgeTroe JudgeTree
Tree was a delegate at t large from Ill Illinois IllInois Illinos ¬
inois Upon the election of President PresidentCleveland PresidentCleoland PresidentCleveland
Cleveland Judge Tree announced announc d his can candidacy candld candidaoy ¬
didacy dld cy for the United States Senate Gon GonLogan GonV GonLogan
Logan V > l1ln was his Republican opponent He Hereceived Hereceived Hereceived
received the full Democratic vote and andone andone andone
one Republican vote ote Another Republi Republican Republican Republican ¬
can vote ote case would have haemade made a quorum quorumand quorumand quorumand
and have given him the Senatorial elec election election election ¬
tion
Xomlnaletl for Congress CongressDuring Con CongressDuring re reDuring
During his absence In Europe Europe the > Chi Chicago Chlrago Chicago ¬
cago Democrats nominated him for Congress Con Congress Conress ¬
gress ress In ISIS and in splto of a cabled cableddeclination cablert1ecUnatlon cableddeclination
declination of the nomination Judge Ju lg
Tree was voted for He was nominatedI nominatedagain nominated nominatedagain
I again for Congress two years ears later 1 tar but butwas butwas butwas
was defeated by 1300 1 09 votes votesA votesA votesA
A part of the fortune which Judge JudgoTree JudgeTree JudgeTree
Tree made in Chicago he spent of late lateyears lateyears lateyears
years in helping to beautify Chicagos Chicagosextensive Chicagosextensive Chlaagoeextensive
extensive boulevard and park system systemTwo IJstemTwo systemTwo
Two of the bestknown bronzes in Chi Chicagos Chicagos Chicagos ¬
cagos Lincoln Park Parkthe the statue of a aSioux aSioux a aSioux
Sioux warrior on horseback called A ASignal ASt ASignal
Signal St nal of Peace and the bronze statue statueoff statueofLa statueof
off ofLa of La Salte Sallewere were presented to the city altyby oltYby cityby
by Judge Tree in 1S84 and 1SS8 respectively respec respectively respectI ¬
tivelyHis tively tI v vHis
His appointment as United States Minis Minister Minister Minister ¬
ter to Belgium came from Cleveland and andhe andhd andha
he served until unt1l1SS8 1S8S Then President Cleveland Cleve Cleveland Cloveland ¬
land appointed him Minister to Russia Russinand Russiaand Ttussia Ttussiaand
and he remained as I minister in St StPetersburg StPetersburg 0 0Petersburg
Petersburg for a year A year ye r after h hreturned he hereturned hereturned
returned President Harrison appointed appointedhim appointed111m appointedhim
him as one of the Democratic members membersof
of the monetary moneto1 commission held in inWaphington Ina inWashington
Washington a blngton In January 1S81 This was washis washis washis
his last public service serviceJudge sonlceJulgo serviceJudge
Judge Tree TN gave much of his time right rightup rightup rightup
up to the day of his departure for Europe Buropalast EuropeIlSt Europelast
last Juno to his extensive real estate estateholdings estatehoJdlngs estateholdings
holdings In Chicago and vicinity He Hewas Hew Hewas
was w s a life trustee of the Newberry Li Library Librar Library ¬
brary brar a director of the Merchants Loan Loanand Loannd Loanand
and nd Trust Company the Chicago Edison EdisonCompany EdisonCompan EdisonCompany
Company and of other Chicago concerns concernsHis concernsHis concernsHis
His clubs In Chicago were the Irlquols Irlquolsand IrlquolsRnd Iriquoisand
and the Chicago Club and he was as a amember a amember amember
member of the Union Club of New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and tho Metropolitan Club of Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton D C CTho CThe CThe
The body will be taken to Chicago at 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock tomorrow by Mrs Rieves The Thefuneral Thefuneral Thefuneral
funeral will bo held In Chicago on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day afternoon
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