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VOL. XIII, NO. 151.
SYRACUSE fi EIS HONOBS AT HUDSON REGATTA Captures Eight Oared Varsltg and Ehe Four Oared Shell Race at IEN Olli COLUMBIA ONE SECOND Big Event of the Day Was One of . the Best Contests Ever Pulled Over 'the Course on the Hudson?Mishap Lost Four-Oarded Race to Cornell. ?Official Time. (Bv Associated Press.) POUGHKEBP8IE. N. Y.. June 27 ? 1 Swinging their sweeps with powerful stroke, which carried ih*-ir slender. '. .-WLthTtnigh the water at all bin re-j ?*\RgQac--. I he Syracuse varsit y crew j * I'JdStrtBgoii the hig four mile lace for' university eight-oarfd creWs. They headed Columbia by less than t one-third of a length and Cornell by I a b?re length at the finish line, after I one of the most hotly contested and most interesting regattas in the 11 ' y<-i,rs' history of collegiate racing on ! i he Hudson course. Syracuse has had the trophy onle; once before?in 1904? and Cornell has lost it on this course only thrice, once to Syracuse, tu 1904. ami t\vic?i in succession to Brnnsylvanla, 1S99 and 1900. j Pennsylvania won It from Cornell ! also i 1898 on Saratoga Lake. Power Won for Syracuse. The crew from Syracuse won by the power behind her blades, and by superior watermanship. Columbia and Cornell rowed finely throughout the contest and pressed the winner hard in the last mile.* Pennsylvania's eight made the !>aee for first three mil** and then went to pieces, fin? ishing si* lengths behind Cornell. Wisconsin was reckoned as a conten? der until the three mile mark was passed at Poughkeepsie bridge, when J. W. Wilse, No. 2. collapsed, and put the whole crew from the contest. He soon recovered and th^ Wiseoi sin men rowed; - bravely on. even jhoujgh. ^Wtoe fell over on his oar again. He again revived sufficiently to swing an oar as the Wisconsin crew swept over the finish line, more than a minute behind Syracuse. The Official Time. Official timf. 'varsity eights (lour miles-: 1?Syracuse. 19:34 1-5; 2? Columbia. 19:35 3?Cornell. 19:39: 4?Pennsylvania 19:52 315; 5?Wisconsin. 20:43 4-5.? 'Varsity fours (two miles): Syra? cuse. 10:52 4-5^ 2?Columbia. litSf 3-5: 3?(XI Pennsylvania. 10:57 4-5; ?X (disqualified for fouling.) Cor? nell did rot fintsh. Freshman eight it wo miles i: ? Cornell. 9:29 3-5: 2?Syracuse. 9:3?. 3-5: 3?Co'umhia. 9:43: 4?Wisconsin. 9:55 1-5; 5?Pennsylvania. 10:42 THAW TO MAKE FIQHT TO KEEP OUT OF MATTEAWAN Counsel Turn Again to State Supreme j Court?Temporarily Stop Re? turn to Matte wan. NEW YORK. Jane 27. ? learning that Supreme Owrrt Justice M.->r nohanser. had decided to order the Immediate transfer of Harv K Thaw from the Pntcbce* county jail, at Pnurhke*r?sie bark to the Mar. wan asrtarn /or the criminal insane. cot:n- J nc| for the young mi I bona re serur-1 e?t a new writ of hab as corpus to | prevent his removal. The new writ was secure! bv i Uvv.T A. Ruewell peahedy. of New j York, who went to Troy to get It I He found Supreme Court Justice Mills j at his home there, and had that justice ?4gn the writ, it is refers a-. hje for areanwnit at VW.- Plains. | If. Y.. ow Monday, and arts aa a j may to beep Thaw in powwhkeepsle until that time The writ was aerv-1 ed on I nder Sbe-tff T ?waaend a? Poiwrtikeepaie and forbade him to woid Taaw hack to Mattewan. hot orler ed hhw to ander? Thaw In coer! kef or - Jnartre Mills on Monday Thaw'* connaed. It wan learned, are now pn.eared to nah fx a trial bv Jwry to pana on bis as ah v. asM Hrai argwtwent on the new. writ will he aJnws fmt Rae. J The Thaw family have retained Charte? Mrarhanetr a brother of Rw wreane Town Jam ice MrwdKans'r. and aJaw of PtnM*Ba?ew?we. to &ewd uVe ar ray at Thaw lawyer* waft wtR Apear 5- - II at the White Plain* hearing on Mon? day. il is said 'hat Attorney Morchanser will present the argument for the jury trial for Thaw. C. 4 0. WILL PAY FOR REPAIRS. Manager Doyle Agreee to Relieve the City of Bridge Burden. As the result of the conference held Friday afternoon in the office of Su? perintendent of T' i initials H. K. Par? ker between General Manager c. l oyle and Division Superintendent J. W. Knanp. and a special committee i'f the city council, the Chesapeake & Ohio Italy way Company will in the future bear the exp;-use of keeping in r pair the (ron work of llie Ihpee bridges over the railway tracks. Tin ageeinent is to go into effect as soon ns the bridges have been thoroughly overhauled, half of the expense of jhe overhauling to be borne by the city, and half by the railway. A large pajrt of th > necessary wood? work, repairing is paiii for by the street railway company, therefore the city will be at little exnense to ke ?r> the bridges in repair in the future. Heretofore it has befn necessarv to appropriate about $::,.mmi a year for bridge renals. BUSINESS WITHOUT LICENSE. Two Merchants Summoned to the Po-. lice Court. | Harry Morwitz. a merchant of 2214 West avenue, and P. Deiinle a Hier- i chant of 2">i?0 Washiuuton avenue. I were summoned yesterday afternoon by Patrolman Shelton tc appear in the police court tomorrow morning "to an? swer charges of selling firearms with? out licences. A special license tax cl $2!) is imposed fcr the sale of fire? arms in the city. Apache Off On Cruise The Doited States revenue cutter} Apache, which has been at this port for a week, steamed yesterday op a cruise. The destination of the vessel not known. OF FOB BIG GAMES Mites Ilm Ii Participate h Olympic Ms Start for London. ie IK CMrHEIT IF RESULT Some Could Not Pay Way and Are Working Way Across?No Evidence of Friction, as Athletes Sail Amid Many Cheers. I r NEW YORK. June 27. ? Confident in their hope that they can add new" laurels to the name of the United States in the slthletic world, serene iy sure that they can cnuh all op? position, no matter from what count.y it comes. ;nd cheerfully espectaiii. tfia eighty m -inters of the American t<am to contend in the Olympe games, in Lot.don next month, sailed this morning on the si-amship Phi' ad Iphln for Li don Amrng the h'm\ brawny men who lightly tripped SJ the gang |dank of the Philadelphia this mo i.n., were ssara? wotlalt champions in varions h^i.'hes o. spirt, and Ik> crowd wn'rl: cvhet-M lo say g.md 'iy ? aui ti cherr 'he athletes on ihetr way tnrned loose a din which drowned even the whiirfl. of th.- giant liner. Matt Halp.'n was one of fhe busies! men* about the dock this momine. Halnir is nunar-r of the tesm. and for a tint, there have be?-n dire nim blincs of frwble. It was said, unofficially, of course, that some of t" member* of the team .were disnleascd with Hslpfa and were unite ..m as.- ? However, If any such feeling bed ev'tued it ??? dead this morning Ther? was not the slleiite*! indVaiioe of friction of sr-r kind. A? Halpin boarded the ?hip in the midst of a rmop of 'br- term lie de I dared to (he reporters thst h- ha.-? no fears ever the nnirotne of Ih* |jwi4-n games When Halpis eras' seked for the name* of the ur? SI ' hers of the team who w.-re crossing ** stokers because they conid not J get ihrr* any other war Halpln re-! malted < '? r>i However, he swid: | Tb ^? ? meo are overweight, and the work wlll.no? hurt them On the J contrary, it ? t take off route of ib? i fst snd at thess better laws they. ?onUj otherwise tv. for tae testa.** I rtne of the ?ad-> st flancs last nicht in th* New Tor* Athletic Clnb ayswissiawt was M. Horr the gisn: wetsrht thrower ot Syrnwasw Univer? sity Horr had ha* heart set on the trip. be*, the Irish An? rVast Athlet ?c Oeh H fsaed w? ?erat Horr for teen NEWPORT MONKS POSITION AGITATING THE STATE Rumor of ex Scvernor's Desertion From Democratic Parly Can't Be Confirmed or Denied BROTHER DOtS NOT BELIEVE II Former Governor Said to be ;n Dis? tant County Where He Can Not be Reached by Wire?Friends of Mon? tague in Richmond Carefully Re? train from Expressing Opinions. ? (Special to the Daily Press). RICHMOND. VA.. June 27.? Tue rumor thai ex-Governor A. .1. Monta? gue is preparing to bolt the Demo eratlc ticket In the interest of the| Tuft randadicy for the . Presidency i which camn in a head in this city) l;.st night, nontinuea to agitate pol Iii-1 ca| circles. Governor Montassne Is out of the city tonirfht. being engaged in the I rial of a criminal case in a distant county. efforts to reach hint by tele? phone anil telegraph today were un? availing. His biwher. Lynch Montague, re? fused io either eonttrm or deny the ru? mor in the absence of ;*ic former gov? ernor. When told i>f the report he merely said 'hat personally he did r.ot believe it as he had not "Beard his brother express any such Inten? tion. It is a far*, however, that the friends of Governor Montague arP cart fully refraining from expressing themselves on the subject. Ii will probably be several days be? fore Montague will return to Rich? mond- In the meantime his position in the Impending campaign is the sole topic of conversation in political circles. It is said that the ex-gov ernor will attempt to swing the state into the Republican column this fall. Details About Judgeship Story. Information here tonight is that at the next session of Congress the State of Virginia is to be divided into thrpp districts. Judge H. C. McDowell is to have the western; Judge Wa.Mill fo continue in the eastern, and Mr. Montague is to lie given the new mid? dle district, which will take in Alev artdri.i. Charlottesvllle. Staunton I.ynchlmrg and Danville. The courts of the present districts are badly overcrowded at this time. Attempts to get a statement from Governor Montague are futile, but the fact that the governor's brother and law partner will not denr the story leads many to accent the re? port of the "flop" as eorrrrt. HAS BEEN HO GREAT ? INCREASE IN DEMAND Norfolk A Western Denies Orders of 0"e Thousand Cars Daily to ROANOKE. VA.. June 27?The re port from Richmond that the Norfolk 4fc Western had ordered l.ttoo coal cars daily at the mines in West Virginia and had ordered all empty cars possi? ble to lie sent to Norfolk, was read with much Interest here. Officials c.f the- Norfolk *.- Western, when ques? tioned relative to the report, declared that there is nothing in the situation to justify such statements "The only improvem?nf." sail a we!) known edicts: of the road. "Is In ? he volnme of coal that is beinc shipped to the Ijikes. aad this Is wha occur* recnlarly every year at this time. Business on all eaatern dlvl siens of the road continues restricted:, and so far as I can see. empty cars now on the kidncs eas' of Roanok' wtl] remain there unej| Christma?. "The onh 'mpty cars that are ne inx sent tr> NorfnlK are t t*o-e~wh>ch arc aent at regular stated intervals, to take care of the freight brought b*re by simmer*, which the usual snpplv of cars shipped imn Norfolk leaded ,? not ?uhV-ientlv laree io ban die - BRIDE SUES PRIEST fOR $10,000 DAMAGES Mrs. Bertha Wdie Gu.ff-i. of M.li v kt. H. J.. Cbergea Slender and Defamation of Character. MIL1.VII.I.F N JJ Jone .7. B? rw begun In the Rapt sen Cow11 to dny by Mrs. Hertha Wills ?:-. t- . against Rev. WVham Ft'w-rsJd. |ia? lor of Bi. henry Macdai'n Roman Cat hot ie chnrrh. for fid an* damage* for atwc ?aander ?ad d>-tarnst ton of character The plaintiff wn* near rled six anowthe age tn-J*!m Onlffra NKWS, VA., SUN DA in the Second Methodist Krn**Mp?l church by llev. J. H Mages. The bride I* iirouiineni in society here and her husliond ** a wealthy business man. Wie 1? a luMiostani, while Mr. Gulffta Is a Catholic. Mr. Qulffra aay? he attended St. Mary Magdalen choreli law Sunday and w?is surprised to liear the prtesl ??all out his name nnd> jM-noticully ex? communicate biirt. J Mr. Guiffra also says today that Father Fitzgerald told his parishion? ers ilint the marriage in the eye of the church- was null and void and that the wcrnau witji fchoui (lulitra la jiving is no) his win* so'far as the gerahi is of the caw. church is concerned. Father Kitz IOHN W. CHURCHMAN AFI ER SPEAKERSHIP Aucjucta Man Says He is in the Race and That He Will Win. RICHMOND, VA.-?-June 37?"I am wmlm; liaek to the next general as? sembly from my COUuM and 1 am go iug to lie a candidate ftu- the position of speaker of the house. And just say ihai I am going to Irin this time.'' Delegale .lohn W. Cunningham, nl Augusta, who has been coming to flue i en. raj assembly for so many years that it has gotten to be a sort of habit with him, made this statement today. Mr Cunningham here in connec? tion with the schools of his county wants mure money for the high schools and for the installation of the normal brunches In the high schools. He is a' hard worker, very popular and of good address. He speaks plainly and gees directly to the point. "Why should 1 not be the speaker, he asked, and replied: "Certainly, i am the man?the logical man and (be time is the psychological moment, e>i they say. Belongs to the valley this year, ami then I. am one of the old members. My friend Withers can wait a few years till I get tue hon? ors." PROPOSED CHARGES ARE DISCUSEO 3i TRUSEES Special Committee of School Board Meets and Hears Evidence?Na? ture of Charges not Known. Meeting in secret session, the spe eial committee <>f the board of school trustees yesterday afternoon discus? sed the charges which are to lie pre? ferred before the state board of edu catica against Superintendent Schools W. C. Morton. Some evidence was heard, but the nature of it Is Bot knewn. However. It Is known that one or two trustees other than mem? bers of 'he board testified before the committee. The proposed charges against .?r Morton are a n|ult cf the recent In? vestigation of differences between Mr. Morton and Frof. .1. W. Tinsley. pnn cipai of the Hir| school. Some of the school trustees intimate that they have Chargen to bring against the snjierinterident. tut they decline to discuss the nature of them. Supt. Morton was not present at the meeting of the comnii'tee yesterday. MAN ANO WIFE FICHT LIVELY BOUT I? SJREET J. A. H. and Mary E. Dobson Land Behind Bars After Set-to on Washington Avenue. J. A. H. Dobson and his wife. Mrs. Mary E. Dobson. of 1247 Twen'y-firtn street, engaged in a lively boxing hont on Washington avenue near Twenty-sixth str-et aliout in o'clock Ifst night and a* the result lioth are iKhind the bam at the station hotne chr.rged with dlsor-ltrly conduct. The hrsband Is years old snd tfJh wife l.n 54 years old. The fight la said to have l.een caus? ed by Mrs. Dr bson's refusal to go lome with her nusrand. B seetrs that ?he and another woman had been onr ?honping anrl 'he couple met Dob sop at Washington avenue and Tvn I-. fifth s'reet. He commanded his wife to go home with his and she 1? ?aid 'o have refused, telling h'm>*bat be had no he me and that she was go? ing to h*r own home. He Insisted and she ei t. ??...: to ret rid of hint FlraMr depositing of her husband'" leaving her. the woman is said to have attacked him. slapnmg Mm in the face several times After the woman had streck several blows, the sssn it fa w?<t. stanped her lo the sidewalk with a blow from bi? ones band on the stde of ih? face In the atesntime a laige crowd bad gathered around the ?*?!r sad when the hsttle wsa St Its relr*' PMrer shclirm took a ns'l*. arrestin~ notb of the rorel atanta. NEGRO DIED IN CITY JAIL. j Abe Williaevs, a Veeraet. Succu>nbe ? ?ter Brief li'ness. ? be W'!'""?l? S neren MSit?"* r*T| lb* rrlv tail whore .cpfeaw! sti'isSt, ?????. ptti'--^ ind"?- .'led In 'hsi hcrd r*4 i|-wr"""l of Or h?H htrf n'#w? ^f.^t ?? |"-.~. nf . |tttV Wl-.?e ihsW * , V The rn*r SSJS ?nrped over >n fwd^r' sVr r . 'in- ?'? -to- (4n*ersd ??nd St r~tr>? held r?i: It ?die relat'-cs -* f?.? de*d man i" S*l:vsheth C-tv rtw-wtv. ran be ommuriranrct. with vwi"t?ss- ri- .eC'-nr'A to is" stv t~?i;se Pr-rr ;s '*?" r?-Hcc eSnn on Fewrwary 1? for vagrancy. > Y, JUNK 2H, 1908. THEODORE BELL TO BE DEMOCRATS KEYttOTEB, Caltferala Orator 111 In Tin porary Chairman ol the Oema catic lailoml Cnmtto 10 OPPOSITION TO THE SELECTION Democratic National Committeemen Meet in Denver to Perfect Final Arrangements for the Convention Next Week?Not to Seat Philippine Delegate*?Not "Cut and Dried." j K the. mate* i itlon.il Illy Asoclatnl Pres?) DEXtVF.R, COI*. June 27. - Then-: dor,. A. lull, of California. W"s to? day chos. n iet;iiM)rnr\ chairman of the. Democratic National Convention l?y, thi. eonitnittee on at rnngiwieitls. Nt>J sehet ion was made for ihe permit-; te nt ohairmanahlp. Thla matter naa left over until the meeting of the full committee can j he hold. I The most prominently ni<ntloned in: this connection are Representative Henry Clayton. of Alabama, and Ju*i-' son Haraton, of Ohio. Governor Joseph W. Foil;, of Mis ' sourl. and Senator Joseph w. Rai ley, - of Texas, are also strongly favored.' Not to Seat Phillo?)ine Delegates | The committee then took up the question of seating the delegates and; alternates already chosen from Ifcej Philippine Islands and after a Jir.efl discussion it was decided that the pre-j cedent established by the national j convention of l!M?4 of seating the Philippine* aalagwioa and alten should be followed. The nat convention in lOOt decided that CM delegates from the Philippines cou'u not be received because *he island-, were not properlv a part of the-Unit? ed State? and that no delegates 13 u national convention coitld be legally sent from there. j Great Demand for Tickets. j The demand for tickets of admis i slon has been unprec dented. Re-1 cause of the tremendous pressure I which is being brought ii|>on the mem-J hers of the national committee for admission it is possible that the ses? sions of the committee may be tent-j porarily halted, while processions composed of j people who have been unable to secure tickets are allowed to pass through the hail for the pnr Itose of witnessing ihe great conven? tion. The selection of the temitorary chairman was in direr; accord with the wishes of Mr. Bryan as announc? ed several days ago. Ho said that he strongly favorel former Representative lt> 11 and R"| resentative Henry Clayton, of Ala? bama, for the temporary and perma? nent chalrmansJfip. and while he was not particular as to which man held either position, he believed that liter should both preside hvec the entire deliberations of the convention. Me Cut and Dried Platform. Mayor James C. Dahin.an. of Oma? ha, a warm ??ersonal friend of Mr. Bryan, and a member of -he sub-com? mittee, arrived in Denver early today am) brought wi h him the la'est news from Uncoln He declared that the position of Mr. Hryan as to the chair? manships was unchanged. Mayor Da hi man wa?t gen. rallv cred? ited with having, in his presession. a, copy of the platform whar-h is to be; submitted to the convntfcei. but be NM not bring If Hl talked with Mr Bryan ^ the : platform. ? he said '"but that is ?R. It j la not drawn BW. so far an I know, at least not in definite shape. There! .a no mvsterv about the piaUWtm | which wll: he adopted by tb. Dewaw-J cratlc convention. I? is gan?e;.tl!y un ' derstood thronefcnut the eoer.'ry on j what sort of a platform Mr Bryan I? willing to stand, and the pnhlic, knows aa much about ft as I do." j NINE FOREIGN STf ARIERS WILL LOAD COAL IN WIY Four Go to Pacific Ocean and Other* Carry Coal to Went Indien. - Xir.e foreign strum ships hare I- ' n ChatUred to load csrgne? of CWB -it this norl In Jnly. Several others he chartered and it la etn?r??d) i the total out on t of coal fr n law a '?' wwmrh will aertregaie more (heal -' aea teem ef cwal Of the sieamer* now i nd ?? chart, the iteca. Hector. Vienna ?na* Pwrlfi ail British, will tske al>ow'. 2?.?** hat J TM I WC ATM! "ay light Mirth winds. Fair, war mar Sunday; MOM* I'UICE TWO CE I of coal to Ausklnnd. New Zealand lor ihn Atlantic fleet of hatilowtnipw. "The other five steamers chartered the Cape nor Trold Fridtjof Naomi. Csikrivl ana) Nordkyn, all Norwegmi Trey wilieJJBke O08.I to Cuba, PwniKiia utiid otlier countries in the Tropi? Commander Williams Rroorts Him l.ii-uii-nani Commander O. W. W8I lams, l'. 8. M., hns reimrted for ilmy as ordinance officer of the now era .ored cruiser Mom aim. now neu ritt < otnpl ttam at the local yard. Ueulas urn c. unman der Williams was re- .n' ly stationed at the naval proa.": sjrwinda at Indian Head. TWO KILLED IN WRECK ON NORFOLK & WESTEHH Ere-.ineer snd Fireman on the Ci nch Valley Division Met with TrStJic Deaths Yesterday. Illy Ascoclated PreBS.) ROANOKB. Vs., June 27-ln afrsjhl ?reck mi the Clinch Vnlley dBi<ion of the Norfolk AY Western Rail road ui dav engineer Patrick Wyrlck BIH 111 fireman, A. L. Meadow*, liotb of Bw fleW, were killed. The engine lei! he track near Saint Pstil, Va?. and roil? ed down an embankment. Mesdows was caught under thf lo coBMtlvr. Wyrlck died m burn. Is an hour. BT H?NDscuFfs mm in urn dim mm is bwi Want Bui ttv iq im im lanansnt IMCE CMAI? USEO TO 1116 he W.iycrcss, Georgia , markable Double posedly Innocent pesedly Innocent Scene of a Re Lynching?aun Biood Fired to Btsek Tried fay; Save His Life by Clinging to Tree, t Issujf W ET BOND8 APE HERE ill he Delivered as Soon as Smnatures Are Attached. The permsneal street Mntwoxvni bonds for lUW.foQ of the city or\>w pot News arrived yesterday from i*s lithographer in Richmond. As sytn as Mayor Buxton aud City Clerk HruiK Ins have attached their slgnau-f*. the bonds will be delivered lit City Treasurer Curtis to the Firs-' Na? tional and Clriaens A Marine lank* The Joint bid of thesja two BStRts liona 'or the eniirasJjPrUe at pa -as nccepted- bv the council. It ht probable that the ntr?* Im? provement question will be ?sjswaJ at a Joint session of Ute catmon council ned board of alders* In the near fmire. forth Carttlif Di?Mcri.N; foa loffllutss Him fsr I RESULT BCAIaHED OM 61 ST ftftlLST Accompanied by s Rioting Rtion, Deadlock Was Beek Being Continued Many Not Choice of Leading (By Associated Preat) CWARIXrTTE. N. C, Juie Accompanied by a riotou^ stration. the deadlock in cratlc stai? convention over Inalion for rovernor of N rth Caro? lina, was broken tonight i y the se Inction of Rtprtsantatlv wniiam Walton Kit? 1.In. Of Roxbor| who ror six terms hss re presse ted district In Congress. The was effect d st 8 o'clock score ballots had been ca> days* contest. Kitrhin s majority l.i- k'- Craig. of and Colone" Ashby ston county, wpre candid withdrew after the the ??"?h ballot and that then were thrwwt c-intesi was over. Oreat excttenstnt nre\ it was moved to nuke the unsnimous snd Ute chain. 4' 27. ? demon *>e Deroo the nom hi be Fifth last on Jjfter three in s four Kitch'n. count v. of .lohn k Home (Cement of his voles to tili hin. the Bled when ponm.lt lot! had dif (By Associated Press.) WAYCHOS8. OA.. June 27. ? Two negroes were lynched' near th'S city I late today by a mob of at least one ? thousand persons. The negroes were Walter WUklns snd Albert Unke?, who were brought here this morolnff from Wayne county, one of tstasa cliarg.d with out raging ihe 14-year old daughter of Mr. Wiley Wnia-i wright. Thursday evening. The ns> grnes were lodged in the Wsre COOS- I tv Jail during the day and late ta> ' day weiv taken out by Wayne count]* officers for the purpose of twrtyijkf? i hem to Jessun for safekeeping. ~~ mob suddenly made s rush aar: officers snd look tbelr prisoners I hem. Trace Chain for Noses. The negroes were taken nearty a mile to the first oak tree to old Cherokee nursery. Here aal tempt was. made to break the cuffs which held the nesjro* gether, but without trace chatn. wbl his neck. Someone and from the first limn, end of the- chain, tying It ana limb, white others held the rapist, up from tlte ground He then turned loose, bis. fet about two feet from the ground. The other negro, still to the back of the hanging aiaa, i with hands clasped around the The mob stepping back paces opened Are upon the dreds of shots being fired Into bodies. Many tried to prevent the of the negro who was cisspinc tree, there being moch his connection with the outrage, to no avail. After the lyuehlns mop dispersed. Committed Horrible Crises. The crime, which inspired, lynching, occared nenr the Wiley Walnwrighc Thursday The negro attacked the girl j side the bouse snd took aw woods nearby, hr attract sny one st the It is said two other the first. The girl's father, pen led by negro's, found I shout 11 o'clock that night, wss terribly bruised The negro. Albert Baker, rested yesterdsy morning as> before the girl for identificsttoo. eras with several other negroes time snd she readily pointed hs flciil'v in restorinsj The convention baa hec-r' continuous arstoa M noon and ?1 1 .a'lots In every ;e*< hss been ? .Ii - Kitrhrn were |*er Ituncrrmhe erwjirtv. owe c nopnlar Isr-noersts rs She Colonel Asbhy cnsjnty. s ptimrfneSjt Behind Craig were taw 1 senators, many newspaper ahleat party tender*. ' ek csnv. efforts Horse's supsjsrt to the little breaker*_ >-e lion's share. The a0 -odwee n dark hors* tui In the cloctog opponents Cranfs TsHi ,.v-lers took the snd Heist at the tear *?*?* Of hlS rrshj. .a almost ?*d sdar -??rnire.l 'he cen? tred ap ':"sis. of re and .?bnstos man. it S's'es adinf of the . t< -ot n -hrow ? when "rale step ? chance . r .rs < ISSV M an as ROLAI STEVENSON IN RACE FOR i Former Vicr-Preeident . At erat? Mcwtaantion in Much Oweesition to Mass. spRivoFiKLl?. ILL.. Jane 1 Hon Adlal E. Stevenson, of iugton. 111., will make the eats) tl> Densncrstic nomination fiar era or a the primaries Asgnst S. venson petitions srr being todsy. Mr. Steveeson was vVv-F of the Tinted Ststes rfurm-t tjfes-t onj Cleveland adrntshera'^OX O.rer < ? rd.d.-<' s for the i a? i-oionei j HsasUtan Lewhh chicaeo. former Cneagr ? rsis-.. i Wssbington. and counsel of ? hicasm; Patter?ne. at lender In the It Knots Jnhn P McCcrty, HUHl; wf linoia Brasse Tsmss ,'Rv VASIT\TLIsB. In today's ff j asaas P?ti nomlrsttos Stare wMe sw which wbSe Pan st stare whirS h , i am