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jlflE GAMES SEPT. 19.
Ktkinz For the
Meet *c Y. M. C. A. Park.
NEW RUNN'.NO TRACK.
||( 100 Vsrds r.etweon Cotkoog an 4
Ptckaon to Jie tbe f.vaot
Tha Committee In < iiargs.
r.'OHi now ®r. tint!' »epta:r.bsr iT-, *•! n
|bc P. N A ch<*nip. <nshtp m. et takes
liacs .6 city At i". M. C A. tsc
\ A. C an-i Y. M. A. men w:» ■> hitvi
;f-args of t;»« wi.i di pienty of harO
R.,rk. Entries w..i c,o/e J*., ar.i
i» «rg':d tfca* s. a • tat wno t .
<.,fjjpa Wlii • .'•■'• if t na..' *:.'.r»as ;«s t >on
p<> s.b«a to JS ' i .cmiiTi, c-ai .»a. •{
fa d."na Athletic «*. ih t»*« d>-, i.ied to sen !
I large njm'-r of m«:n, ; n a'.;. ,>n
«,;sra wUi -re an ex i»s.vn of T. A C. §jp
pTP:;
tn'hca*;- * « sra tha* tua row-1 wiii eq ..;i
lhat in ail tba b . nui * last
llonday. Tr.' f-nd sr*fid n e
ira awl iu vi«w of tha tvi ata. many
i." i".' • u .•' 'on-:.' >n - * aid
pvniiata aoout »ttending wiii go and cbefcr
f a Oat rona*;" arri Jamp* r*.
•If ; -jr«- f.» gjaat ev.'Ot Wiil be fhe
ttc* between H. H. Ciißtf, Y. If.
r A.. »!i !■' .i Du:k*on. T. A. I.i-i
Spring I»1 »;«i-r. «' * -.m.-.r 5n ?h;9 a.
lr-;' '.if Swtjr-i.i> <"oj»nor tarnad •.»•
s' T. a r'.« . t n that tha ra =• i'
t «- V it. (* A. park *?■ wtamoer !'•, w :"f.
Dickson ir.'i Co : " «. a?., «, i - ....
S .ntiii.s iu s i - i'i North w« st r«»a
* *n «' ! f->r five r,r t \ y-,ttn. A - Ta
i >rna Conn .r ' won t*.
J- jr pra d bar * T* k in r.-mark- d.
'•W i 11, It- <: * ;.'>or si.*r •. iio? w w., rnea
s rt«-sit r th- ch.inii i'J' * games, ar «
If you ■;»•. n»s it w ill be b •••■•« sue you run
Tia'ar."
Both I»'.ki»on and Conr ->r dasirs to
g:n.»ih I'■«• P. N. V T" >rd for !.« yard#,
gnd in ord-r t<» do .«•» t'«ay w.,i bavc to
s !r; if :
> Tha ontraet was i-t yesterday by th«
■T \f f A. for 'he rnn»tni ion of a 22
I'.-rd r'.r liar tra k, r*» !>•• flni-he-l Wa in' s
<if, S»pt»-mbar W. T :n wg.ve an op
portnnity ftr avary svent to he uar, l!» d
properly, and If '.he jracks are in gnnj con
dition and ti.e w- a'.'iar le favorable * in>
r<-- orlv o ;ght ' t -tr* r. T a n<:w tra--k
*. i hav i<« stirt t dira.-tly In front of tha
gr-irid f';»rid, J.l-t ..'lda the b,i> k -!i
of th» I»i ¥if tr.fk. Sixrt y yarits from
th» it wiii ror. int.: t} ■ hi y la ir.i k,
t is making tha !»;• \t-le t! i k i:*<df * .<
; I vtr.a ST.'* tj of tha 23f>-> iid ran. People
Ir i:i« s'.ioi »'and will : i". , i ni«.
t !.!• finish Wll: be I'J*' wh'-ra '!• hi -y.-v
r' •« arc n»w t' irti'd. T a ps*n* •-•!
for a track twenty far>» w 'de. wah «n S
per ci ;tf l ank, <, »y fo-j-.datlr.n. < ■ "a i
*lrh c|rida- «
Th* primes mmm'ttee jrt charge of th*
«hampion«h<p rn« ' ;s a-« follows
| <}. t> O d lamlth. eh airman: If V. V
Ba*n, I' (} lnvcraflty, S l ® A C W, !f
IJ.aw I>r i * \ Mtnl' David B ' of
| Y \I C A ; A V C.irfl ,n. T A <' *;
1' T\ -.:>*•, Klrnt Bailment A A . l' jr?
hn<l. H E .lad»re and '/, J UnW rnlth, of
M A v Port «.<1
Thar* !« a (tr- !' deal of spe j'.aiion a«
to *h»d:ar Port and w " • nd a track and
feld 'aim The '»:>k >' in. howavir, ha*
stated 'hat, no m i-tar where tha
vara h*ld, repreaa;,'st!va> wo .'d be a ' -
from the club* ,• Portland. It war w
fortunate that tha & A C teesftsd i
games, re!in<iai*li»d th- m to Multn '•«: «'•
snd W.I« then ..tdar.-d »« proceed *
♦ham. The athlatet won'i j ? ikghty
*!n mora prir» Plf tha «» r # con r. main
#l sw< . bti' they look tha <| »' : 'i
C *• lisrht of "open games for ».n«t r.
* ' V da* !' > D'fll W !ii> ,!•?■«*. t f! ■ Pill
}' *n •: •••"> filynip f";il '» r'-j»r» v ,• >
to cone Thara is n>>t s man on Pw*
a.«imd who an he.»» Pert Kerrigan high
[jompinp. and, wiiiia he would undoubted
'lv win if h" came here, yet there in hot)
Jreds of paopls who would Ilka to at-« him.
FILLER I*I.AT.
Or tli* llnnifb-np I fttnla Toiirnnm«n*
'! ho Winner*.
T' " har Hfjtp < vjrti\m-n' of the »?'"»
T'ti!;'* «"'.»l» w .«% « nrtim —n I v» *.'e'.!a
a t'ern >)t a: th< e'a!> around*, corner of
kMa i • • ,t ! M • >-• iv i ft.
f it ww far from an Ideal t-ntisa dtf, but
l» 'Wit •• • Ml ft ?' •< !!! ■ ■h' < werw
I<l *i ' •( of The ot. irt* w, r rt> In ft >■!
f 1 ' i'i ! ■ . * wa* a n: i-i
• ' ' **' • *■
Mr. . th* V.t" of 'ennli tottrna
l fl< ' a it nt v•»n t. !«>
»u;! « :!i«» northwi it rourt. an-! call
-I*l "|o\ c ' a \ v \ tr<- !
( n- »-.!e 1 in.! «
Mr* k h* i ar tMr Rol'lns plavvl
* "• •* »»• • t 4 fo: ill '! w -i;i • * !■ v
* Wff Of M - Mr- K' Imit
fi '• • •> • *■«»*'• »• "Cxi retti';-- :'i im
< 1 ' \ ■ ■ v i. 1« t •«. by
kl « }{-!
'- r ' 'of t ( -o K< '< 'ifr-i'o'.rt match
JM flow an.l tha ecore rta.-h
--!<>« !» •» K•• r ri s i! .1 * r •
r ' !'• i.l w->n . • * --et fioni Lit *
®tt*R <fnrh ■•■-s a:ojitted pla>
!'h» to irnam.-nt *i!l tolay,
* > a >; % .• to
* »ti > * .«■ I t!"-!r • ;•* tt
l» i • i »:t e! • ..t «•; >r •»
It 1 lay * 1> ;
f-fii'ir'iM ll'* "Mnctoa.
O' «.>n * it Ta\ >or, •' <~ X
K--;> s | •• «t c Tt, i
' !'• '>« ■ '• - i!" I :rr when
f .
< "«»nt It* ii«*u'"»
* ,p '*• ' P • tod Carsrant.
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,i <»•»* Irnj «»
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Mr» \ •• • tii hfat Mr. t«4
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e \ - - , ~f • \
r^ r ' r twit Mi«a II A
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1» AN !» Aft Nl'U»> if J .
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Vth »«,«r| t* /f yd »«, ' t i # %
i i h's r -V \ \ N i \N I > * i « MHI A IR > > t
wtn -r v> hack fv>w f-.- J»». and M»rr*r
•* 1 waa »<j : r wt; -r, Ab*r J.
D«w, ho» v«r has no: carat to a
** > v OB M*' tO V n* . »r*~* * > fit
?*.> art; <•? • w*r* ir
■p Bm9| j»*rry, M»n evt ian.-e of go~vi
f•- i. -i- i -ti* i ■■• }; *• ***'»
»I : r '''r >:2 *o- o* *—•» f r •»'. iga »r_
.National l/-3f i»
a -4?>.-«.%»rsd '-*» v*
• buiwaari -fc,tx.'« ?>*»•, ?.-» '»-» .
nr. f *h«, fu-.» »a* • p. ,-j
o" J; rkett /-,r I'.fve.aad ia -•« ,•?-
if or- ft. i s
C.sy*>4a»l . ft •;
8' Louis j ,
Ba «r,i Zlmm+r; ©or -> »
• ' Mcr»'»r'
wi* <>ri ott* Sent. 9 -Orh *«» w
in ",<* H.'sC. h«.f Of •.a rarr.e rut V„v- - .
City gamed e. gor,; >* »,
»:•* ;f„nir.irs Mereer wu h.t h»«- J »- •
vt , . ,!>. a. ,©v. U*C t-o ac ,r». ' A
-f ' " ft P H F
City * '*
1 1 «i . ... y
Ht'i cries—Mer <- r Turr«... Ort v at 4
Grady.
N, w Yofk. S*r>* 9 Th« New To-it*
f - P.o« r>r., ; ?ha e.ghtl'l ; Rr ;. , 0 '
All2:M.
_/ '' r *~ R. B Tf. £
f ori € Ji» z
fork T ?
*s- vf.s and fc.-.-gen: r *-*»
and Wtisofi.
fi«:• ,mor» f>n* 1 ~TU» 'fwurt or,- V
f; tb« Kt tk . MWaj in rt g;
»»« '»• AW*V *-,«» }•**t-fi Oi." of th*
lr - ' f >ti r '; inn.fi* *r,.l K'Tij#dy took » a
p« faring «-'"•*» fitter. At-wodau «
T K r ' - R B H K
Ita. ;n J7
lirookiyn s v, *>
Ht •<'>-. H')!T»r »t s Kob'.&aofi; A-/ •«■:.,
Kvrir)o>iy ati'l {i irrir
t'. s.ftf S- -Rr «ga »a.« ?J.» c^-iv.
or I«kf:*;»ur* a ti<.*nfa:t ;o.1«v.
'<Tri«t» !?.«* h'*ni» iMiri haui a < at; w ;
t *» itanif. i'!i' i*ni •. jt< • rs ». K" - i..
fS, .. r . B }{ K
J'i '*t»ur* ?. 1 a
Cb- »; II
Jii K,>n ar4 M-rri". I '.figg-
S\' ! i,^);iOhu®
H*»pr f«. C.fi tt.f: a; ;Lo .'s
v »«' •irtv«i h*r» in tu»« to »■ jy
tii> ;r iu.t-i a.tn,-.- today.
1 :j'- fuuowing »b<? stanJl.'i^
of tha »everal clubs.
VV ati LtO*'
»:».'unor« SC 34 7^
c n< M.an 44 «er.
< .i'\ 1 mji\ ... .. 71 u »,-7
J: »*' > ..
1 '!>, •■««;;> ... »,7 jj
I;J ; >M.r« «j r,-j , :;.t
Phi "W' 4*^
N w Vork • ;* K2 4'>:
Brooklyn 54 «i *>s>
Waftu City ... ... ',« «; f;
H' Iwoui* »; »4 ;»»(
2?> ST 2M
w antf<T Cmtwh«H*l» Bu!«i.
IVat»>rto*n. N Y . H--pt. •> -T«-n ?hoa«at»-J
f''s jfi* saw Waiter r b* it E. »
i: i t two straight n .1 rr»;i•* r•»■•<• ,«•.
It.'-'' r- \f park tivlajr, fnj a part' of *!.%»>.
•'■•i.trlbut'Hl hy tiir Jrff-r ■'.! County Ag
t. .itural '» - A n>, is »'art na*
n»a 1- by th«? man anil th y w.tre pa <"> l hy
i.'i' Bdrnct 8*n a«" r
hif.l tha and k. r>t th'a position
uii'il th*- thr>-<*-qu.ir?<-r poie, wh«:-n he ma4f
!,.< .«spirt. pa«tslng th«» tanrtrm and fininb
ing two langths *h+ai of ftUd. I; a.i
f* • ••!«? mill* «v»'r r M-'r hy a h; y.-iist rt
Noith»rn N<*w Yotk T.m< > . J-5. In
t :.. Kr.-ofi J h<-at t h* l started nark m.i
n- k, closely followed by the iandrm. Sits
g'-» p.«*»i-<1 BaM »t tha rtcr poia,
n-i'. flni3ha<l two lengths ah*a i. Tim®,
IV MS.
I'lillh t'-ltdilM Itoi* Kmiw the < r*rrii-.
*» POP:i ; .»r In Cia'.latn eounty
»»>.'! ». ording TO Nt«»st REPF<RT« TI« MEN
ABOARD the pv.. 11elph. « are B- «om;RR ••X
--PRI T»AF TH* game. 1,a.-I Saturday I m I'-h
gam • w«• played AT Port Ang«de« b.>* A- n
lhe«'!aUarn 0.-OMTY A 'DETIEA ir.L tV • p'
ADFIPHU baseba » EHRH the latv-"
by A S'-ORI of J2 t • 11. Th* S •>rr oom
pares favoiably wfh tha» of THE p | -
PALL »td PA-NI- iast SO. !.»v. W •' I' L I
a >n in A ?«-n-hmlng gaaie, ?! to 30.
Put-tinud K>» I t.
Portland. SI'PT. P R»-nilte «' Irvlngton -
1 ♦'» ela«- • S ■ -r'-- won. Ter NO
• »rtd, thl*•! Itent time 2
<• II «T P I-' !TF-T won, QUH-kfftlver
»«• »nd. S'ESNRT *VST Pill th!H. Time,
l* M .v»- eijfhtha of a mile Jim ITOIEIJJSN
V »ti. <Jrov#r E» on I, 1> XLE I,an I third.
TL*N- . 1 ' '■
H ruiV TN MPA W *I. MT Tt T OR. *,
P. ! ». third. Time, :'A
XANHENM WI T.I OMK LLUMK.
HE LA UEO<iret<~«t Tl\ TTJO Kin* I*nd the
frown Prfmso.
<*hr 'DL <•••{,» 3 T' • arr", *1 here of
t' ■> Pram, H'vlnr on tn>ar«L !>• XAN* \
a '. THE 'MI ■ ' •! •« of AR ' •
dition. w •.» N».-I I<- the <>eeaaton of an <
t'Sordtr-I- Y de»n< RJSFRAT »n of W 1 ■MN t >
dS\ TIS* Pram W I-» F«-OR*. 1 up t
I •! I S,• a naval -»P!S !: OF T VEN'J
S'^amers.
I»r NA a JET w*« G --..-ded A TEP "LAH I I
r»-e FJON. '• TH.e f' ' v WAS r -iiy ■ • *.
A- 1 everything p. .*S'BLE D-INE to expr* s
» e H.IN-'R In whl,-H the <ir *en« h» d *h«
RETURNING explorrr*. Among THOSE W I
t..»»k T »rt 'n 11 •* i«MII os«L RA■ -an »« -e I?
tr.-mb*r» O' the g , R »* E* »Jet
EIA. They formed a gr > 1 f h nar along
TTR route lea !"G 'o tla » AH» re N I.<-
K. ft W■.'»» a • -or 1A W RI.'ONU* T! • a 1 M-
T; . ' W »« T' - -
. I: 1 I) t' » >' T n T by the or--a n
I'iim-e.
K!l !.H> ON I'll t* -IUtK. r.
A F-itlior I .ii."- v ■ !ii;tN4ii e for IT a
I»aujshi« > r"«* li- trs»>i'i.
IT* N< * VA S< * 14 A ~',L>
(■ I T,SLY w»• ENACTED 'AS? n-. it «■ PRO 1
«. • • '>;« T J;R •« L' W INIBU R. »S< !
4 , 1 ' -'•I• ■ wr»RK »R RT > * :I' IP- ■! VV - I
! ~1»t v \\ k- S ■« I <• 5 k "d S
I, THSTH< ;-n« r. * >»> <f A w !S-knoan
T T., W.! ■* ' ■l* BET R * ' W - -
R.e:' * par' I'i* ••.tra V"' '■ ■ *R 1 *
> oitng W RNN R A" » WIS
! nit * 1 » the W> h « ME ip a H v
, i ■■ ■ •'. <•-? fc h t fo' ' i■ a
I ,I. HIM in T L IREC T'H 'S» 1 I A T»r
I .•«, < it I» .! K ■ I "• FELL
1, \\ mtner s rr»-t» ler» I «.• f.
i \3;»tn*t Public *-« H <-ls.
<t- ? V>E 'he ' l *-' ''-re F T
* >r»- years THE prie- A «•? *S -e
of ,«• I.onts have m«-T for V.\- p".IP«-.-A O'
»(,G ; ; 11 '^ A - ■• \ I II E 1
R .. 'AN- a «
V tn T*»».«h«>» w';« a s-A.
, . HAVE TAW ' ' A '
< « «H*L MM • **tr IWW *o ■ r. ( -
»«• ♦ » "•>- T H ' ; " 1 "«
. p ' \ > *
R*V* a'- - - - & #\+lY PURMH
! i' v * v
IP IN ATHLETICS.
E. E.
tor of th* V. M. C. A.
RECEPTION FOR M!M LAST NIGHT
If!* Rfan For <»rmna«tl'- Work -
Sonifhlng of tha History an<l th«
Fi!«»»« of th«» Newcomer.
T . V, nt«n. * • o :.ava a>*
f »• *{fe;« j• j - .a; a 4-, %r;-
n.-n: of : ... m. V A., arr.v.-i tha
r y 1 ' '•* r.. .< <k* Co t. * ov <-r •.-
N >v iflc. H»- was m*t «: t u*- ata
t •> f*r 4*. A. S.T.. •: W ..am H. iya»-
Kg' narai .-- ;-?ary. ar,« Mrs 4BW.fi. K
*' Sfciarpe ar. i o;;j-r«.
It; ' av-Mi.g «<:. hfornu! aption
- 1,1 ** »- Y. M. «' A i rl-vrti. a:
vn..:. dtt;* so <f. .-a *1 l*rga nunhar
Nan il-.n-tHV C'."!..-e Prof.
i>ra#n n «, n-'- rad a f :"ms■ r»'*j^p
-1 a*. t..e j-arior*, at ah; .: only m-m
--:>f tha a.%* wiil be s-ira;''—l
!' is owing, in a great mei-s-ira. io the
InSu-na f,t gw»f • .it Prof.
4i raan ile ;<!»••! to t -<m to H» hu
been tfe» a'h.et:.' in*:ru. tor ar the K-t.a
--r. i\z »o i. ,\f '=r wmi • me, tjt a
year ago ■ 4 roe Wirrun e .:»: r f h of
going to Harvard as fflwto/of
a;?... • ,-»;r a ihjit tune ,->e r<- eivini
F E < iKEK.V
vera! : -iff-v: V<r aPer g:vinn
«:i .tue attcaUoo, d«dM that But
was the best pia « to lot ate
!..■«; ' wrong Prof ilreeri Uld t"hat ha
hll m-n mar;-, of t-,.- young mm who
t . i t cora>' more Intimateiy acquainted
v.. ; van n i.im work a i !■• a
' a!y 'iK»-1 ihfm "Th>y a*» t! right
kind of ft oon'inuM th" i ro'-' -ir.
•"jr.-1 I j i' good work can be a • om
p,; a tied '*
who me; Prof. dreen were highly
with him. so fho fe-lln* all arxir.il
wtm tu*i what rtH» «Aocn of the v II «•.
A d»*»jred R< illy, st does not take the
• Kh!i at warping »f on«'« Ideas to lik* the
new professor. When he shakes hand
there Is none of that "wishy-washy,"
lame dt!.i; a tion that m.tk>> one fe»l
<1 mbtful as to the individuality of the
prrson at the end of tae ,-tim. 11•:» shakes
hands lik" an Amen, an and adds in a
b i«;.nr i;k« way. lam pleased to make
5 jr a--<4uatn:.an«-e. sir " Mr. Oreen is
t illness throng ■, and throug • and whan
..-k ii t 'j ir tifui d ies not think half nn
hour bofore he tap find an answer. The
only time he tripped when talking with a
n.»T reporter la-' evening
was wi.t-n h" rfmarked that h« h--.ght
was h feet S J . inches. In .» >•>< ond he
• >i ri ted hsmsHf mid remark'd with a.
h »r: v la >:g , h .t- on!) comes fr> m
r.'tie of -•••.rid I tody art ! mind, "just tnak ■
tint t-• ■ >t, im he* I have not Joined
t'irt giant.-' ol.tsa y.-t." He wete is It',
p iri '' «nd s> inrn> rrS' ii in build. He
his a trim figure, an i w -ilks w i a ; g-ht.
springy step H a face Is clean shaven
i i has A •!< ii- diy healthy g'.ow. His
ni , »re <i ,rk and : y ;<re bright. II -
1 air Is Mn k and 1 i k from a finely
i ; opor; lonr'd foi- is I. He has the ap
la-aranca if a prosperous young business
n-ati w' •» would tie .n e sgeriy sought in
dvMua! by an athletic club.
V'i Mi tiivin »»k -;>e st i- 'er-- «•
n *v in ! :« s - .dr 1 <• work anl
d- s rot i-n* <g« actively In ri aig a id
O'' . r »r's f a like nature. he has been
thi-re in the past. His r> v 1 for toe j.o.
V.it 1 sprint : i la !■', and h • us aia-iv;
V- • a " roup • inner in th« 4»fl. Th»
«sr« • n ! ii»; • .it •*':!. >i is a member
, n< -f- an Waverly. N. Y M I. ilreei,
a hroriser ><f the ;>rof»« »r, is a fine ath-
!■ st 1 ha•» • e? c tjrf.l In R'vninaaiMm
v ■: K f'T son:» t!;:»»» The profr«>.»r re
f< :\*■! h;.« >n !n *' «* Chi>'4 ro
'1 <>' I' * ii Tr.<:'lire A< <:• stt •••
h it U. br-»*h«-r. H T.- (Ir-'fn, who » ;s
1 » . '» i >, i-'.n'f ~ O . 'a.i* lr !
\r f .-»■ ti $ itiiA. The took
ji i * ant [»>••• with urfftt «ni •••«*. to
mac!), In 1 t' i: <vh<" h < brother re
covcrf 1 »•'•*•!>!»• 1 i jvi~.. ;on
ir<r : ' M<•: '!». A', i . V M
< ivmni-1 m !!•• reti m.-i th«!« .»
,ir ui ! i Itti* before < f-pt if.g a call
u> K« inn»2«»o. ?»!,'• it., where he r •.* re
r. •• •1 • I . ■••i-n# ■» - 11~4 . * > I >ur: t.?
the «uVntv.t r 'ttonths ' haa 1 ■ t*r; taking
,i at I'rof At"!er«i>rt's a-hool of
p \ . it J'.itai;<f*ia 3 'kc. X V
F" •.* A !• •wn -i nr>- of the n •>?»•« 1
-■*- s tot* in ' ''nt'M State* *• ! i« t*
t't« head of the Vale college ijiqiuiluib
>» k.
*V. ,1 r • •> !': -■>* • ■' V ' COT)'
ntence hia worfc in thla dty. fie will de
*«!« a area* .!e-»l of • im» to jrrnie.j
-rk, in* «ll «,:—■» j»iv oJ »»«» attention to
• • v v« , f j « g- nif-.t" s:n *' n ir»
I" . mv'.S'; i t k« t :;e sr'> 1<- i * trk
v\ n if ! prr«»nt« ' rr-»-lf
r ,f <«r#rr. : t—-t tbtnir o-i tho pr-».
s tr: «» ■> i . \ i tnir.a' i: • -
« an* *t • ir, or if * l :«* »•
K ven i- .it T'fi',* !•?»■ p- •>»;? tntme * >'. 1
be t . a- ! ttn'iJ t-e •f. >,. r m } « «■••«<* ■
f ' ■ -p' •>; tt-v >- 11 J *nrk , T •» a k
t '.n of *-*!,' it'--'* *>f ; j i *-* of .
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t > .• ■'.« r. and -v> «••• up to the
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TFIE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1(1. i«9«.
sea thtt si h* ■ * r ft? .r !. Whes that
w beg :•.& to • ra I Vn--* I car. get a
R.—And *h-r d» yea th'-Jt tha: w-»e".
w :- *' * : • -r '
'■ - I- w.:. fa:t as J? A n ts Bryan Is
P. —How v ';•* e -i;"-". ef Bryir. jm".
that » s»» ''
1' —Pryar s * • ".~i rr:-s-s ''ra f-»«
a ;r:gge of f ;v»r a" '5 t*> 1, wit heat *1 '•
i-g ».-a •».,» cerseat of any natior m
»•• W - d . e ' * i*: ' a cor.see",
af Krg'ar.d to «*a~* that *n»«L
R —No. *• don't have ti gar the "r
--aant Mt Et.« .*?: t ta s'art flttl wheal rit
w» ha'. ■ g-' " roii«»st * tr.e man
» »-j ah" i
P -Bui * c-a -tf of th's .'a -?rr * :1
as-: ' a.« ..n a.« Bryao 1= » • -ad.
Ft —w it reas-: - do >aa ha.ve for be
in- Btvar. - e;« n w.;. i
tha owner «-art the factory?
5' -1 ha-.- he»*i M r Bryan siv racer**
»y »hat. if t.". ■? f*aa tajta sa it'ment pra
m >d :a •' * r., all "he w ..eels of
industry * >j3J bar n to move.
R.— Yes. | i.aar j \?- Bryat. «ay *he same
thing several times: hut I find that Mr.
Bryan con trad •.* n:xi> * At Verm-.1. ,"»n.
c D , a fa a a: >r hs a«>. wh:> he w.«
tr.akxug * free * v#r sp -* a. a geat -man
i -as. " "e aac.en » *.i »«'*>• i .m. in
t..e of triumph of free
cc aga a* the a> tlot. J* there
•* : 1 not oa j. per.od of « : greater
d- rt or d srfng th- time in wh.-h th.-
fr- e "..if- vis being brought ah-?.;'
aod the adjustment of the of
.• i -antry to the r.»w "ondltion*. M-
B->an at first evaded tha q.jas*;oe: bat
when press--i for a direct ansaer ad
mitted th;i' there « aid he another II
gr.-ater p.ani but argued *hat a k
m.se >:• 1 not ra' -a ro 'ska- rned. ;ne
b> :!.!>• a j ld frake him s k-r for 'he
• -a ba:ng What 1 am afraid of i* that
t:n* a l i, - ma: kr.. -s as a r.*' »n *
be more than w* ran stand. It may bring
« a h aw' i' flsaneiai ra;n that it will be
t n y-ars t>. '-ra tha oua'ry recovers,
i! i te: year* is a l>ng time to yoa and
n:a 1 ;-t BO*
P.—Bat I understand that Mr. Brvsn
no* d. -lares -hat fr-e comaga will s'art
th w» • so? ndastry at; once.
R it ever c vur to you tha* Mr
f?r tn'st pr'i ;.hacies are r.ot very r*''ib t"
Did ha not t us four years ago that to
turn Repabli ans out of office and to put
Democrats in would increase our wages.
the r st of our par. bases, and
g \e us st ; better ';mes? And was there
aver a {-ropi.. y m re false and mislead
ing than that?
P d: ;• you can't make me believe that
j B Sly Rt>je> s dishonest, or that lie would
| knowingly fool tha people. Ha was sir
. .re whan ha made that prophecy four
>ejrs ago. Ha was s:mply mistaken.
( tha*'s all. Any man is liable to make a
n; \ke. You n. ist remember that Billy
i- yoar.g yet
R i admit that he is young, that h«
is honesf. that .'.a ;« sincere, and that he
is a splendid young man. but is tha' any
comfort to us who are now oat of a Job"
P.—Bu? the p. -,pla are for free s.lver.
a. ! wr.-n the people ha\e their way the
country is sure to prosper.
R -Who do j-oa m»»n when you say
'".'he people?"
P. —i mean » majority of tha voters of
th:s nation, more particularly the laboring
, c',a->.. p and the farmers.
H Bat h.»w do yoa know that a majority
i of thise are for frea silver?
P lajok at ti: way th'v rrcw<l around
Bryan and cheer his speeches. T.'.e w hoU
country is g dng wild over him. He Is
! more talk io! than ar;j other man In the
j I'nlted Sta 'i,
U The American peopla eften go w-f. i
i oxer a sensational orator, especially a boy
1 orator but : v Ba!>,erally recover from
their w:!dr:-«- Just before :!;ey vot - The
paor'if of crowd 1 around Mr
1 Bryan and » rr wild over him two years
ag » when it k.I» canvassing tha
as a ■ andi-late for the I'nitad States sen
-1 te; but th-" cooled do* n Ju>t befor< elec
tion, and when the vote w i« counted not
a single Bryan man he 1 been elected io
t:ia I'ki»'atare. Bryan has the fa airy of
aronsing the soda water fizz of politl's,
i but j omahow he does not arouss confidence
cnonjrh to pHr vote*.
P I it bo -a 11 win this yfi:r, and t free
e 'vrr -»ngTr wiil p<» in with a whoop'
R I <!«?! • beliov.. If. J! ;• |!jp;if><B \fj*
Jiryari 4(vs get thr- and .•'Siipo#*' that
these free silver ongre*<mi»n <!o ft 9in
w-ith a w H-i ■"».**. !: nv l..;ig w '.'.l th»v k»f;> ,•>
f l i" whoop b f j < ;, a -r a fr»f « -
!iw ■* And -w-h.it eflfe •! w'lli i* have on tne
' latere.*:* of this country whrn
all thf«e whooping, rlr»-«nortlng
m»n »r» turned l«>.• to m»k<
•■> hes, with t'. boy pr*«i jej-.t in the
ch'sir ?
'"i».i you ev.r -hirsk of that? AM <*' l
1' e\ r o,r .0 you :ha* to hro;>s an i
snorts of s»n<-at!onai orator* t-.«ver make
Wheel* g > ro :nd. except the *hw!» 'hat
are in -heir own he «d* ar.d in the h»a.ls it
thn <>« ; »l .pj # who listen to and a;i-
J'lh id their <*-i"--hcs?
"<»" an.! hr'.- K o.i« of your free e!iver
orators r ,,» a . »„ ? h?m ; pnd up s whoop
a* t! = s ii> f 1 'iTj-, an 1 if the bir
wheel wfll start ? On the hill yondei*tlvee
tlx- man who o» r.« this bn- kvird. Jfo io.«r
mon.-y evirv day of ;h. la*: v, ar that he
run the ft ; ->ry, whi> Hryan wa. ending
u-> : j who.. - f , r tra -- a? Washing
'v: AH ?! • ln-1 i-trfal entrrpr),*, of 'ha
in ry lost mon y. h.n<> b»»n lostn 17
mors' y rv. r « rt -e, and tho 1« of them
have ghat .i.-ffln, Just a* this on* has
I»o y i t». »vc t .at o: . r str»am of hys
:"r• il e: xj-jAn-a poured into the ears of
the b% nis* men of this nati n wIU caua*
t "in to reopen the in i i*:rles?
••Ir.«!-.:st- e« ton'! start « h s w'ioon
N - v I ■' * S?arts n w r,! rx <■ >• , w : n,i
win .„*.■> pf N'. ;> r ,«ka and
r ar " 'he only rallla that have
r«r:;:n«- for -ho la * • y. trs \Vh»n
l< ''' k ' i 'tory sr-ri '• n
f r A ' " u •' 1 at •« a-, on the
r.i.i I »?<••!« : aho own* - h > f-ie?orv "
P ft !t i fi-m't believe It is Justice to
■ - *nn m people and the - n orliw men
<• - tow n -hat rev «|- ; . • ; »,* • K . r ,.
<■' tit rk an iho ,»< r , v) . r hv a '
* ' ?r.an or any 01 e -Saes of rr»n
V' v *' '• ' >f " T 'a" on t" •» h;:i yonder
' ' he i he ow • « th» ft ■ -A
" '• "at !*- . \o! or f I
n - » **.4 -t h:a W!-.' vc?( ,
vella, then why ehotiM he. out of
i '" v> » * factor ' J. ~ i(rht " , 0
srar? now ' 0
Tt. —l: i nv a mi'nr of ~ w ,, h
- :m ..ut a m itter of b lalness j, v-e
--~ " ,!!s ' n of tho rountn « para:v*ed.
1 a *' b» • Ojf CO In sr m an.i oon
l'- " !v :>i > -I'-mand ?-rVr k When
;•;;: s ; r^ ,« d w.m
: , ~' ' *■■■>■■:: * p art and
»'■ W ; . I i Yfk U.i f k
rTW eI * ■ > ' -
- '■ --1 ' - .er •••, .
K T • *ll he « detnanl tor *l* *r
: L • "v «tat, OH, 25
• • ' -nv.-.l for *Ol4 bricks hv
• w ; -c to 1 .. 5 v 1 r* a
>-v me i b !• there *•• : »•,» nn a,
" r k !of -f!i, r - .V.„
;' , ' * h ' " • -n»ry who
- * a-- afra ! of »- p ..
v - and nj ■ n>'
w.! he B - ! . roio
f i
R Tea. bus news *• " be rood to Cx'o-
I : .' ft ' iri* r :.-"s f 1 •'V"?
• ? *V* •» r *•»».-,. - : .i^
Tt Hi' »' ra ti> -.n emp v nrV a
' » ~ r. » -e•. a" * • ,1 ;*» r > *
are In full hiaat. Toe re are milUmt af
' x Ide if Col irws*. Jf
a. • >h - > r i o < i fh- >»-
■g * * a' "s e ,r, r rr,a-iu-t there a - i
■ > »• •»* 1 '->3 . - .„ • ..
at half price, *t. e they will MS
' 'b« ■ the cwrersnont ; -n ar. ad
\ .. rv-.'vj pr; e
"The mine own.--* of Colorado will p*>*
* - -• ' • • >w % ar* n '.. .}je a
* nr.* men t • » reinj n ; ■t u *t
•i * c ' -v.ft.J *
C ' - it6mi min*
* "t *- * •artr.nr *:.■• .* wi.i «*«
vt ' rr.' * ; v • n no* '
?* - -.a «r p ■ 3 * ' .1:
ftr tt : *
:l V • : 11 « I . . - % R#| . a
* : - ! I(reee. The
i :• f -n;« rep has conft
vt- -e ; »; rr -. i * f*. # Ftejsub
i.-*n partj r-e nesnent that yon an
t a " e •• ■ , ' * • « J.J . .v ■ a -J
V .v s - ' . . . , v „ ;. I j-l. .
■ -t * r.'-it day tr.c fa: ;ory
v ■».... |ji g i :o tarn
P m'i# m<» 4. jCin ev badge. Billy
1 -a -■ a iL 1 !ft aat
;h a
MIL GASCB EXPLAINS.
ence on Countv Affairs.
A BURNING UP ALL AROUND
Interesting Meeting at the Cite flail
Daat Night —School Board Jo
Meet Toniebt.
err►a 1 ~g c ' the =-rva- al rer.ee
c »rr.n;,-.:»•> or; was .-> .i at
*"a esunc.l * nattu-er : a ,;v is*-.;
r »*:;t for » purpose of ijiing ap coonty
afta.rs. Of t.;»- renjiar.v a'.e-tvd tr«-rr's«' rs
of 'ha ■ >n there *ar« present: Por
the Chamber of OMHMfCt. Maamk E. Oi,
Oravaa ani Joscoh for the at -
» of the city gover:,mc::t,
Mtosar I'. L* Woad: f.»r the ac.iool board.
TiiOmaa. for the toan;y omm;>-
» 'fwrj, lien. Kr» i CJasch. K.:i i f;>r c.e c y
c.'ura ;i. J. A. Jama?. Mr. Crauie. of the
i~ i3ibar o* ■" t mar. >•. ani lir. Ch*:r\
: . of tha btairi. were u- avo.ia'o.y
a «e«L
Cpon ntotton of Mavar Wood, who ex
r s.ne.i tha ooita.•* of the ooafcre: ?. Mr.
iira>.j *d» r>. ;ej aravir; of :i.e
ir,g. In Mr. Wood's s*a.i«ajfivt: a ftwts of
previous meetings and the g* nvrai inten
t:or s ware e«t forth as pos-<My irad.ng up
t«a Mglslat;or. that would relieve the city
at - county orgaciga:i-ata .n their aavecai
fc-in. h-a.
< r. tailing tha cha'r Mr. fpoke
br.'fl>- upati wte aon of generai ia
trenvhrneßd a.> it i.a.i ur i;aeif ■>
him. Ha -a. i that in 'Va vunt. there
s"a three legiV;a;:,e
t;:« .-axn« tarritory. each having a-, almost
tndnHe d«'-;»t creating p«>w• r. only limited
bv ihe I'-gaiiy eatabhahea limit of ram:.:
i - ie«. He reviewed his %\ash.ng:on Olt,
e\i-«rieß,.j in :he ;i»partnit*{;ta, at. shoai 1
bj the ri;:e leta.i r<s. t.«sai y tu >r; < ai«>u;
gppropnat.ona even tor 5.., pi.-> bper
fect orgai,.za:.va of
ffl.v. The aune me:hois wo ..-.i not >e p:\i-*-
ii- able for rh" affairs of atnall commura
tie-". but a m.xiifi. itlor. of . h methods
■i.gnt and in a:, nwdependant
aadiUiur oody. He *a.d tfau.t he did not
doubt that nil branches ot city and coun
ty government were dv.r.g thc.r beat, bat
tha s\.«tecr.s as carried or; are inherently
vicious.
Three fsatures of ccrn'y affair>. he be
: lie."d, demanded reform in the \wy <>f
t -onomy, th" schools, (.toarts and roads
; daraaniled a closer scanning m matter- of
ex p. n ttture. The jury system he consid
! ered extravagant, ani sail that in th*
country districts the i-i per da> allowed
b> law was considered a fat salary or a
great political prize. Taxing Jury costs
to the county he believed entirely wrong
According to -Mr idea the tees
! for juries should be taxed t> the Soi-ing
sidaof th" < aeeas a part of the costf Bu. h
a temodeilng of the Jury system would
bo a great curtailment of public expendi
"•;re, and he advocate,! legislation t > cor
r> ' such a state of atfaira Hi character
iz-'-d both county and city administrations
as loose, which statement he qualified by
i saying t lat under existing circumstances
; • :iey wt.ro as good a - onid he without a
: remodeling of the which the con
! feranco might lead up to.
Mayor Wood suggested that Mr. Graves
formulate suggestions as to legislation to
b- submitted at th. n< xt meeting. Mr.
• iraves asked that the uounty auditoi pre
p.re .a classified and segregated report
-ant would exhibit the expenditures of the
county. He advised that this report he
carefully considered, not in its littlu de
tail?. but in the larger Items that would
make a perceptible difference in tha cx
pwtises without ilecreatdng iej .irtmcntnl
eff, ticy. He then a-ked Mr. Gu ■ h lor
s 1 t ions.
Mr iia»eh fully prep.irt >1 to answer
any <JU.«MOIIS ask«-d, and furnl~h-*d a
grt it deal of very \aluahle information
upon the pubje-t of county affairs II"
apol s s zed for belnj? : )* only representa
tive >»f the county commissioner s present
when the membership allowed in th* t on-
waa two. li» then tooh lip th«»
Jury py.vcm an-1 tl » expen.se of maintain
in jf s ; h a under p:\--.nt laws.
(Ie -• •• -J t: it h.j 1'r!:" ! Ai.itos p -vrrn
n -tit seoire-.l jurymen -it i- p« r day and
5 err-' miU-ace. while t)i»- county pays
J. j>#>r day ar, I hi cents pt r milt Mr fir-'
iy"s travel. The yyom of keeping the
books atul re. *if is of !he county clerk s
affl. o i-. s-.» Mr. Gaseh affirm*. the !»•»!
**[!?: siv • ID t*>e country. He c;«ims
that the JuJfe* of t'to \ arlom county
courts have <su Informed him. Ther? at '
too many '• rks in the chrk * office, :*■ -
cordinsj '<■> Mr. Casrh ,j idea, and the num
ber wo'. 1 bear curtailment.
County prisoners cost from fT"I to JS ,J >
per m A i-arding t«> Mr. .i- i ' • *'••
convict' 1 should be sent to Walla Walla
pending an appeal to the supreme ( oun.
The r»M»on for no; d<«ii;s so is due t > the
efforts of a certain * i iss of at?orn<*.> ~ *
,%re t^j ;* )Hi i r o 1 'fcishition that w >uld
take th> ir clients away.
Mr Oasch th«m took up the matter of the
county comm'.s«loners' offl e and handled
the sub!- 't without ftlove-, chrtr.ic'<-ii*-
Inp -be r > i i »nd bridge fur l and it* ban
ditry a* an outrageous abuse of power.
The • jp.>nd;t-ires are. he said, enorn-ous.
M -.| there should be better roads for the
n ,ji< \ "•' I hetp the pe pie." m i Mr
fit*.-':,, "fr n the a:■•i«e of the roa<s fund
an i fr m ' * road * i ptr'. «.• rs ' lie spoke
of the -.'\o members of -he r smmission
from the country and the districts they
/ "jf <) « ipervisor com'-in »rl
nl vt, •! % ,nt this or ths- done.' the mem
j>, - from w: • IJS»Ir• the . -me, sa; s 'gn
Mr. Qaach would recommend
the e!e : on of a e -netal r•« 1 s-ip»rint» n
iSeti*, wio »!«.-. lid b- a dv:'. s■ -v ■ e man
, r ,.} .ct to chanre wit i ev-ry
politt ~ai Wind -hat blows. He should h» •
compete t-t r i* h i thtru ■* at •*
now r. d><"'" vkf <a - w:v ■ • • u> v k--' ••
j'Mrir.c th. is* y car th-« >-• -m nt w *<•
in 'he s iKhborV»ood of I* *•> f ' ' H '• r <•'
it-.' br Ist* f sjfd Of -half, i v ajrt" ment,
was to be dev 1 to r- ie. -v. r-.g ou;«'an-'.-
!t.g « rrarrt ar. i - P » v *r- r ' -.'er- *r.
•rs the b * »n - •. ' '
trlct, repreaanti i by Mr N k- rim. oum
in f ' i 72? sn : • •' " f
!-.-«• »•"! »• c Mr H a' dr-'-w down
t-n 4' 1 M « . rt> ' -o s Mr
i; wh *''h- ' * of •'*. ••• At: i
jn". They gtmply divide the money and
t r v to aper.d it a ; i instead of trying to
fav "
jlr« Th.wwi *sk*-1 ifr r;«« i* :• w
r didcrationa ry with him as to the itfn
!'-« of orders and * Is, a;, i the cnmmt-*-
h'or.er replied tha" S' «< but thst the
other tw • m«-mti» !> a ail fasa the b: <*
*ust the same.
'M- S' ?pen " spoke - n « •-> ft of M
CASTORIAI
< jv>.s> WVAVS
for Infants and Children.
** C tftoritl *• •* ' »: '• " a ( 4*tnrsa * -
|ft L N - •• •r V * - I■ A r r ■ **. * * ■ '*" -.
isc*3 torn* " \ As. "I» K.. t W -•-.•• c T " o-'-T. *5 i f*
J!l 5«. r* r-:i .~t , Rrt*•*.v:i, N" 7. sr*"" -.,
V," ■so ;t :.-:J * t : x
•■Th« t» so *ad -T ' JmwJ J»*ri I »■-.** wnwawaW
Is *>;; !1 rriii »*ofl Mi liweyS «■! MM
Pf «' *•-•• -■ -• .--. t- . ". >«w .0-"" ?.»,* * ' S. a« :i £uu> ..'I y ; *•»• • •••! . - i
It ■' ,!r-a* fa-r - * ..> £> s. i »**•:»«' a tor a r»u ' v."
wijii*•*»'» r»a " r"»t , r r. r* "*». k
r :•, »2-, ■•Mwdris a*» n»»
v-* Ywri ("Vt
The Cl'T* * "" V 1 »*1 t » TT.
-3~*?h * n* tfca? the
jury 5" 1 *:•*» was ha ♦ jaJ that ♦sryro-fn
r-i.d t :••"> rr. u *h. •* were wttrt'ss's.
Ctv.l -**e« he s:a:«d. h»v» the lur:-«
ch.irgei ag*!**: V-.- c^ f . »m> criminal
•'***'* fl 4 " ir -* : ir:»« to th« co.rat jr. lis
4skci *' .at r-n a;. -■».• « {,, .r" v
~ " _i laatrv-- xr.. •», and Mr «*aV-h
•rav-d ,:™-, ••>*: 4 -nt* j«»r -:*y i*
lo*ed for ea h :r.<t>r.- -. Mr «~.n>-n sat!
•"i*. * * f.g -e * -.5 - nou* ft• ! ♦* -•
Mr. OMKh whst b* awt »r attoracr*-
' ■ - - ..1 i V!' >' '; £ .£»
Ih» pnlte) thry v :an appeal. :t»
1 :-h Mr. fas •• ?.r >rr.•..•.>• -.••■ «.< •
hwv -r.« c 5 . • *•;-! iv • ••» on»r>.' vis of
jwittif. Air. then asked M:
•'.»- -h whs t •:■ ■•■ it ; * e.;' ibe sf the oft*. >
cf a jroa 1 - pert- 'er.t -a ••• creat* :
Mr. fts • • •* Jin.vt
t ie oc iatv • >miT! .s*:r*r!«r-s o ;: >•* a -or*,
which ww |S per ii *- j „ - a . r ..-«
Jle then stated . r .a; ,ni; of the mor.ey
f ' >' sot nothing fir iSproViHBMt Nit
l! 11 " *•. * ' ' ' No - and N\v 3.
•• '* • j I". &t t tit* OOJTtv * .•> rri~
prjve wi co-inzy iv* :« > a • > ;r:e :: >-
l i answer to a. . -.. >■* Mr. ii - s-i
---•'. *.Jj« **••< vf i'. j . Srk'.S
ofTfes rr r~ t- lu , . , tf -... r expeti-a.
hut a jordmg to h - id .1 of thinas the
surplus -houii r .oi figure and toe r- ,«-r ,-•<
not ..f n cal
o.i.atsn,; of •:. -» v m H»
thi*n t-.s ♦. s,i .in "jc ,>f t ?i«* a:—? or' <
J® 6 * tfc* uwnaiut of «a ouUjrinc
lot rt-q. rt4 the --amp aa». aiu of v ierleai
« *J>« of the builiiiijs, an>i
a n>t rate per lot for aaseasiai; fees was
charse I to -over the expe.-.se of enter:r.e
Hf JoroJ ::h* f.i • that w:,j *;•>* .Nation
h.t j ,ed to ■ -..i;: g ti>*n : •■: - .it of »or;h.
a.r-.i£» a ;si rev: <Wf i the wild con
dition of ex;en<. >n dur.ng the earii«r year*
si"'( -:ug the :>r\
, s h.j»pen s-v-that shou'd
;"* tba.! woul I remit (■ ;o:< k.-
• -t converted track :■ o acreoc* xvh*n
buoh a, step »as a t\.
% r °o l ><: th.it h. « inve- 4.1 L, i" «
• :,ti 'to the - over*" that th - ar,-
*>"•!'»y a Quarter of a tn'.it- • ">t
in the cou:;.;». vitkb ;< i "o a ps> r.i rai di--
«• -n. Mr Ca- h -hat he • -.t ;t
there would N? a jv.it. •;,>» of -ou:.:\ t»x
a'.ior.. a-.l h... :- t -n tu.: M < n a: i Hurnt
• > the -barefoot xchooilwy tax ' whtoh
h'* w.i. wti !>. r*i»< y ;ne , : 1 -
■■<: Se.itt>. Spi>lbi.'t*i and Taooma. w.; !\
:>' hop.'d leg »;a .011 aouM i-ha? *e. Me
tht n reviewed *ho condition of th« . on:
poor farm and hospital and in* me n
tenance of mupers. \\ >n Mr. <>«> h
t:o< * out of office he -avs :ha? ue w»il taK»
e'nht voars' exp»rience with him. and
when tht- new it.ai, jr. arti >
two jt ara he v, And that he knows noth
t!;K.
Vft'-r a li th tribute ha 1 paid tr>
Wr. <ri«. h bv the TnemN r» a r.i
a votft of thanks for hi - interesting ar.t
tive information ha 1 be*n taw'i.
th'" onmmittce a'.vmrnM to niae- <vgatn
totitgh- at > o'clock at »e citv hall, when
the soh«x»l board will ha\e its innins- It
is horvj .hit a.i of *;.»> members of the
various boites renresaented m the comtni
to.» wili pre«er.t. eepecialiy those of Uie
school board.
A IAIWM nK IH»O 800.
Foreign Kitten Opana It* Ere* to thn
My-terlfs ot tit«» liluck < at.
The first Japan- *■ to he Initiated into the
or i'r <-.f Hoo Hoo took h;s degree in tnla
fity yesterday, and is now entitled to w. tr
Si.s Ma< k i-a-t ha :ge, which it l the unbhffl
of that organization. Hhosnka iKida !s
the natnt of the gentleman » i.> braved the
terrors of initiation, and lived to tell the
1 ale. He is a resident of Asaki. Japan, but
iijs b«en in tiiis country fur some time
past buying lun*i»er.
<">tlier initiations were L, H. <;ray. B. 8.
M.llt i'. f a iries Verd. 1». J. fain and S.un-
U' 1 FVrland.
Although the annual e<n at. 1 ati m of
the ,iloi> Ho.) i> h» 1 '» Nashviiie. Tetin .
this year, t;ii>s- w.io werunable ( \ a'-
tend at that city met hcr« at th" came
tune, tiiis being tiie third anuual h*li in
this state. 3)uring the afternoon tiie
patty was taken it to L»K< Wishing >n
over the Yesl«-r line, an t tr - n around the
lake on the steam r Qu!ck»t«i>. Other
piact s of interes* were \if»iteti, after w •«!•">
the /o'i atenation was h> id in Turner )i i!i,
adjourning at 11 to oVloek The party
then repaired to the ,!<-ntal hutei,
whci .t - imptiioas i'.ii.'inet ha , been pre
? ared A - al)le w h «t\ty • ••% ers had
'been is?: fully arranged by .Mrs. flray,
who bad *hat part of the programme In
c .arge. and the Hn» il >0 1 »o>ve i*d to en
joy :he k >o*l thir.gs epread b»-furo them.
Tii istmaster A. B. 0»: ler s ■ >ri ha i the
♦tttesta roaring with his r'ric wit, jmd
numerous toasts were responded to <by
the members, file's orohfetra f:irn!.«hed
tli* must- Vis • : z- h*n..'" rm»n ui.
over the st.it* wer-.« in attendan-e.
Th« officers of tlie or.J»r are as fiiilow*.
Snark, K. 11. .Junior Hoo HoO, A "H.
i'aider: mor H>>o .Hoo, \ !•••»? 11. B«- k
nun; Bojum. «» \V I. scrlv. sot.-r.
It f 5 ' rt -n; Ja' r >b< rn k A J, I'pJiu--.
fnstvH s-dan. H. S. C>sgoo<i. ar< anoper, F.
Sander; J. A. <>r.ijn.
Nut »»" Identltlt d.
' Rh'-d* Island Shorty" !- the o*l !y name
that t'oroner A-kam has be.-n able to at
tach to the man who w.i- k.ilei by a.
train near the p«:»wdcr magax.ne The body
w is four.il iast M -ndav. hut w ■* in s , h i
po«::i,»n. as re.at«-d to railroad tra K«. that
no on» has been ait>> to rtiseover whether
was th« Nor; in rn f a mh <>r < >\ irni. aAi
1* if«t Sourid that did k t «
An in'jaest was )'»id at B'.i 1 ierw >rth'*
under.akinK room- ve»terda> 1* ■ tnoon,
but tiO further information than has been
given in ti ■■ i ' 1« i: gen? < r wis
brought out The: is r» as 01 to believe,
hr>w> ver, that ti.e •:• ad man !.-> si-: •»> o:n
--er than M iw ard \Vriaht, w io *,i< arr« «t
--. 1 A Ug.l t K n • npa-.y w T.Sim* 4
Wood WrigAt g i\-e hia oc apation «s
it ' a in r, * " W 1 ! - . 1 «is
a rail'•'Mi man \\ cht had a lot cf Jew
elry wh ii he w ,• pedd,.;,«r from ) >ii?e >0
house. The in- i>\. i 'bat the men
w. * makiug us*- of the j.-w ,iv : . i «k
over r» si ien>•< * w ' ti .t \ • of bur>;la;
Irg tt »m. Wright and tt w i w-r. s ;:»-
poxed to leave to*a, but they di<i not.
The n! -rmatiim Riven t>y p. jple in the
v tally of w here t fi» bod wts found r • s
:ar toward ••.-ti;r.*nc t• •• theory that t
was Wr.rht who * 0 kille J.
Heal II dl iny Oiittnc.
TV v :«R -V vl 'ake your va-"a' f or .
jjet the N■ t rv. I' « A! J';ok
curslon rat»s dallv t • \t-' u »-\ .< ;< • o»-
ta. Wwef tmthiag. McyeHas and e*ery
• hii st coni i' ive tv a pleasant holiday w.ll
bo found th re.
si. 1 reterv Jle.r.t* of iVe na oie! Irr -
pi .»n* has -J ei 1f » »,ff . ,#|
• n »• 1 programme f>r ' i.» fif'ti anruaj
•.> t»e • ! r. I . •••:. V. A. . . I «e
--cmber li. !•» an! IT.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»+»
I On a Strike 1
krai u>Kßa <ir oooos ix th!9stohs utnox \ Branca ▼
T * l mr DON'T m. ♦
▼ x : WINI WB AQMca wi m A
▲ THISX. AXD THB PRICES OUGHT TO ON\ NOB YOU CMAB W* X
▲ ▼
♦ • - uumu +
♦ Broken Lots I,sst Call X
♦ Anil Ends of Silk«. On Shirt Waists. ♦
<iood w,» #t - \:»>nn
m
a
IWI «t KUtl IO f« *tyi# or kiv.d is amon« th«n. ▲
▼ k sia» «- ■iak» fw A
A .
y=n. : Prln'f 1 W*i» &.k* mv W h»n ,'pr.lv.
*v:; t J'. M) for TSo. - K W. -,s'. .* for 4.V.
▼ . 3L « Wiiv.i t(»r n*v. Jh
5. W* >;* for Si A
X Good bye $ »*<» w*i*t* *«r »i :s. - ▼
+ To Wash Goods. * J
The li ft-ovr-r* from th# out- f _ .
pat of w»-*k ir»> jtomg t* a ▼
A :e. r- -s , 4 Remnant* X
twit »<• oon't »jn. to wla:«r
them. t Sa v t iftu 'i* of Ootfon. t*id X
*AShI
ven f • • . ..» vs«.:
.. -n#, A
▼ *vl tor.* at
i». (J
Fancy Swim, OrganttM aul A ViuUm -,
dt Percale* a? ltV yttxA. r •*' >: ! vard.
a Sc\*ral lr'.-t . ' 1\0K(Cl at
A T;»blt> Dvuiaik;, 4KV, 4vc, j&j
» i i • ar.*i y\' \ ai4«
Just as Auxious I 2
To clean .:p ?ho<« little !o?«r of |) X
Summer Hosiery, v*o and \ _____
»<M> hoi*' »oa can spend f
your money he: p. *
\ j"tTiall»sh lot of fhiliSrea'a ▼ '
Ribbed Hose for I<V pair. d '
Chiidrcn's Seatnleas RShhcd K % T" ■ %
A Ulsh-, r»ir» for 35c. m mW B-' -
I-iXtra strong Uo>V Blcjvl* a » ▼ • JL •
Uoio 36c pair. r
! ! BOYD |
♦ Bntterick & CO. i
f Patterns. 4 , ♦
X
♦ mm MItEIS FREE. First Ave. ♦
DEATH OF EX-KF.NATOII PAYNE.
ll« Aw#,v fc'rotn Ptrilyklii In ill*
Elghlj-tlxlb \ dir.
Cleveland. 0.. tsept. ?.—Jienry 11. Pg> ne,
< \->i tiiifii Siate* t» nator. di-d .it it o'clock
t > ia> . Death Ma-* duo to paralysis, v* ish
which hti was atriek< n .1 few day a ago,
1 i -< s •in. ( *oI. Oliver It. J'ayne, of Nt w
<rk. .>nil •l.ratf'.t Mj Cbarl. n W.
Kingham, th< onlv srvivor* of lit* f««i
lly, were n« his Hed.*ide when ho paascd
««*•»>'• The i\ m Mia tor w at< *«. yours of
.««>'. and dad -jntii recently ? iK*-tj nn h tf\«
5 irt in t:i» management of hi?- extensive
hv-lt). ««t iftaT' Hi v--x « \ >••! p*t?if*
worth many minions of doilut*.
Henry I>, I'ayne w > horn til Madron
county, N'. Y., NOvi-m'Nr :> rt . lM't. lie
wjh *»ii i.-ared at Hamilton coil-gw and
. -.1 law ; \ the of John •'
Hponccr. ut <*at unda'tt i« N. 'S . He w*«i
a tmltte ; to the bar *n 1K?» arid enmm--need
i>ra<'.: ■» In Cifv-iand, w ■ i e his su-'.-cjm
a* i lawyer w.i, immediate and pro
noun* • t. but In IWh. on account of
■ lcmorrhago of tin* hinga. he abandoned
f >w for manufacturing. railroad nn<l oth<r
enterprise;-. He «.o a 1 »emo -ratic mem
ber of the O;.;o state setuce in 1343 and
> th« Demo. -rat! : • atiH.la*-* for
State- panator in and In i<!>7 wan tb
f-*at»- I by Salmon !*. for jtovemor
or t »!*..0 by a small majority. He itm a
pr>: aUlential «■)» tor In I*P«. a deb ua!«
t> t!;#» I'iTn • -a' :.;i *:•>i* • 1 convention
if Cincinnati in %Va. and in IJajft a delegate
t'> the 1 »' rn ■ rat; national . -r,v-ntb>n at
« 'hariejt on, w lit'ir be drafted and reported
f- .rn the minority of the committee on
}• —iutions t }ie platform which wan after
ward adopted by the convention
M« wo i'.a:::i!.in of tb< Ohio delegation
in t.S Baltimore < >*iv< ntlon «>f 1572, ar.d
two years 'a'er was ej< ?«-d to congress,
w)'rohew a- . ! tlrnian i»f th* en mitt rt
tin 'he eie torai bill }i» a'.so a mem
i r of the total . !n w hi'-h
> * in- h a w-H.i rn and • >n<»i<rv.»tf«n
> • t eri-.- r»-d invgiuabie -••r\ -ce to Ida coun
tr> In ivo h«- »|i -a candidate for prca
-1 '»*r. J !' i re V.--I the p it. -or* ..? th. New
York at: i i portion - f •'«« Ohio d.
in t'ie !»<-m('ri' ni'inrjal convent tan
it <"!ra-li;nait. but fa i to mi' ir»
t* e notniti.i -on. I*i "•■*» •* .■• '■«< « - i
> j f' '! i ton, ;snd * . ♦ to (he k« nat»>
- rved on ! tie , oit>:.:;*!« e* on Mi t."t!|on,
terr;? or ■• * ..nd foreign r« la 'ton*.
I"; ri *l>. fip.f'i,,;! «,? S. ; term S*
' r. Mar< '-i t, he r-tir« 1 to private
life. Inlo-'ry. «hr win*-- .. >1 t--k-~ i'\
. it.'i ; i*C 1 ' j tll«it ■ Itor A til > I
of lit e wilt h< 1 .« k!\»n l:h»r»!iy
»• ,t m 1-1 v 'o harii »!>!•» an I r»t! er i
it.ton after • »«•! tl« men* :ti «"t»-v#-iand :»c
tn irri-d th. <|.. ig ,t«r of N,'han IVrrv.
one of r'te •«> .»' prominent pioneer nn-e.
«! t« of O-ilo Hl# » !»••" Nathan
l'« rrv. waa .st • n» nni«« mayor <>t ♦.*!♦ •• -
■.! J. a' i ,ar. ,• . - .on ril w i -
•g t tie .:! war « do'i*-' of :?<•- <
• ir»-J ar.d Twcnt\ ' .ueth - t-a ••' of Ot s >
Voiun'«- ra I v.. •*riou#ly wounde 1 it
e i.,t • i>r i H k .IK I Aft'r • ->e
« of t e ¥ : r : « ' If ' ' . ve •
~ . JTw# <1 i«i -Mm wU« of wit
I;n «■ v. i.lto i. • a r* '• Of tt.e f•%
1 r o' ' '.p ■ ■ w.'e of rh.it .« M Him
l*\l!UOIN « nr.' K A THMN.
< arrylnff l'roo[»» lta«-»>nt!r Arrived Irt
( iii»n Ki'.nn »|iuln
1 if* j , I•• « i i". v * re
f, fT] \ , «,, h . ' ■ v , . . '..j {>
V -or >' j«p«n» ■■ a- ' • % <•' v « It<>m
t t. ■ y <: ♦ v g < .j .... p e for
» v> > ■ A I
k*. <■ • ■ ■! .-n f .rmer
*"• r, a a o -vi'i . • t' i ifuj. eg
f- '« o-n on <-ats *r
ay ! was *' ■* :! * * * "attacked
n-ar that p . g • v ■ • - asd d*-
2 Ik. ! - y b'i'.S».-'.a of tn- m:t* kia*
*f.- ft 'rn It < t.ar> Mafo FraS. a
• !•» rir-t • «rre.y. »f » pxaae i
• '■ m ' tf.-
- ,fg -nr 'asnp <>n J.a n to N> *' "V uk
S« tat* Wi.r-f 'v of Havana, and S>r J aft
»f Havana. w»r» an •# • d
t,.c;on oi -g »e si.ia.atsy *.: a us* is
surgent* and .-onsplring aga'nat »hc gov
ernment.
HA ITER AT MANILLA.
The ItevolutlonlMta l»cf«*«tcd nnd I'lHy
(dttht «»f Dioiu Kllltal.
M .tdla, Phitipplno ls<landa, Sept. p.—
\\ oi I c* te u ti -dv.-d Store of «• baltta
wdn-di w n< »t on •;> '
s-1 o•: i I.a/.. i:i The oal rciw.rt of
t! . r . t - tl.it the teltcN wit ■ I#-
f. and. flay i iiriit of them being Kill-d
..til m.ioy won: I«'.i *r ' irovar nment la
- Ito have lo~>t eight Killed on It* nt>-
t W:» W "lin.l. I
I .a' n«> rein''" • mctit * of Hp.tnlah Iroong
h.tve arrived Inte to iil.l tit (|urlllng 'do
n-voli. ,
Your Time
May lin Tomorrow.
'• 1 ' • i \ > e "I ' 'je ' Ms; aIIOMAd bf
r i ii« ! ?•!<• < n i-ymi • w II ptaa»•
• 1 -■ in _ aie r' t». .1
v • \ - ai. aa 1 !he re » n »reak -
»• • . ;r> for'h
1 tit', .!• -tr )■ five » ffectt op A I
* ..! !>♦» not •l -i-k'j'd the-. Httle aymp<
» s f from 1., v to
e ' «*• • VJ 4 ■ r • •». iffering
- . : w ,'t. • ■ i t ha' a
•» «>- •,* * n ar '* • < tome torn >*-
jok ,4 v !».<•'. .t, -« • ma CO.
M» i i ■ w \\ :■«: • ( .tgv !a left >o l
i f h * l i> ive voar»«lf Call on
r « •;?« to !»• Ha> ileri .in I <udv h * plan,
• > n.an> ••nfortiit, r-» have
barn i I'o' t wsi'r »c» today. It
if of vita' itnpor. «;o'• to you.
Ha* e v i r< » t or * e*rd of »ha wonder,
f ' :'*■* "'i *' a--' ',«• -if a in;pUah»d
1 * e' * E:» i;» Tn-re u
0 a am ?' i ••• ♦«? hut haa
o- » Ot O .re Who owe • ?,. ■ hgppinggg to
1 •''*.■ re * r f ,-o good
work.
V. a a W« a. V\ a« , ti'eb. Jl.
t»R T fIAN'MA
1 j■' ~ »a a»u 'o aa a* i Vnow •ot a SI
a 1 '.r tt tha • I »rn iret |
*r i «r>e.K * ■ gniy ' % our wnaider.
* >e ■ w;I *t k» j-«» r c t• t acofti
et .* f.g . o • a;.p: * ate
« , a -m he tiaa bee i <.»• ire»i «o inat.hr >t
e» i * av» f d«< >'t tie.'] to no ovar my
■ y ptwn a • a -u •* !-e ot«mat.d an>/- .-.a
.*> •. - a from loat mi'ihau*!, or guyr «J!a
--• aa* a- 1 g from 'be liver, k Iri#y« .r
tii'vod. «;> u*a your 1 r»:na t. yo>. rg
r> n iur\tt-n.
AH*r a*Tee* Wa" i Wa t# W»ah
• . 4 »bla n «r . ! ahOW f
t- 19 • -red Of • .eh tcujti.i * woo -j a?!ow
tV» r r;.«ir»« ta ba s«a<l' Kvery da-* a,m«
jr-, 4 »a"»i' re»*«r»d nrtaa give* 'hanka »o
7 . fa*, le- a ft. aetrto Ho Will >o-.»'
tf you wi'i t y it.
i f e V•' W, -ew T» of
f.-e»i, 1 r ->^e!y f by mall. Ad^
Ore* a
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