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VOL. XIV. NO. 210. STFAMER ROOSEVELT BADLY DAMAGED BY ICE 9 - Fishing skipper Brings News That P60rg May Nol Re3ch North Sydney Before Sept. 25. STRUCK m IN BATTLE HARBOR 1 Workmen Are Now Employed Making Vessel Seaworthy for Final Home? ward Voyage?Captain Neilsen Teil? What He Heard From Explor? er About Dash for Pole. (By Associate*! Press.-) ST. JOHNS, N. F., Sept. 11.?Ac? cording .:o Ca|>!ain NaHMJk, of th< flsh.ng steaim r Taff, which arrived hen tonight from Itatt!.- Harbor, l^a l.rador. Cunmander lv-ary's steamer Kcostvelt was badly damaged by ice in tli.' north and may not gel to North Sydney be-fore Septem b? r 25. The Roe>sevelt struck a rock while entering Battle Harbor and was fa* for six hcurs. but was not seriously dam.iK'iI by this accident. The Tjff left Hattle Harbor early yesterday meriting. She was in |?rt test We-dncsday when the Bw* trait I arrived . .Tlie Roorevplt put in tf take' on a supply of coal and also to give | Commander Peary an opportunity to j send details of hi:s far northern trip to the Uafjbal States. Captain .Wilson says that when en? tering Itattle Harbor the Roosevelt encountered a Ashing schooner at anchor in the channel and 'bat In attempting to feel her way by the f.teamer struck a rock and was held fast for six hours until the rising Ode enabled Captain ltartlett to hack off. i The ?teamer was not badly damaged by the accident. While the Roosevelt wan strand e<d. < a; tain N'eilson went aboard to ofT-r his assistance. "Oh. I G?t There." Captain N'eilson says that Com- i niander P<-ary and Captain Bartiett sh< wed him iv*r the ship and told' him that the polce had been reach, d. Wh' n Captain Neilsen asked Pearly if he was certain that he had found tue jiole the command, r decian-d: "Oh, I got there; you may rest as? sured of that." When the commander of the Taff asked Peary what he thought of Dr. Co- k's claim. Peary' replied thalt Cook's Esquimaux bad assured him that Cook scarcely went out of sight of land. Captain .-.'eilsec says that P? ary apix-ared to be thoroughly con? vinced of his own success and N'eii een * clared tonight that he fully be- ; reved Peary's rei>ort. Neilsen furth-. er said that 'he Rcosovelt was badly batt.-red and that her hull show?d the bruise-s made by jagg'M pieces of ice. He ?aid that the oakum was dropping , from her seams when she reached ? Battle Harbor and that Peary engag- j ed twenty men there to assist 'he crew in giving the ship a complete c vr rhauling. Reach Sydney Sept. 25. He also said that it was th?. jnten- ' tron of Peary and Bartiett to run the , K< oseveIf to Asfiae harbor, where she Vould remain for ten or twelve day;; po that the- men would rw/t b?- ham- j ???red in their work by stormy weath er. Captain Neilsen said that the expedition expected to reach Sydn.-y aboi t Septrmbe r 2?. ? The crew of the RcopeveH are ail! well but look thin and tired and ac- j crding to Captain N'eilson. the most worn look:ng member of the expedi? tion 1> Commander Peary himself Neilsen was Informed that the Peary party imderw.-jit severe hurdship? in Heir night and ?lay marohe* and dw lng the final stage* tf ehe d??h to t*e j pole The expedition '?nmint.-n d Misrard* and. according to Captain N< 'Nen was obliged to kill dogs for food Prof?s?or R'ss Marvin was drowned and an rVkirao was loa?. Four Hundred Miles en Sledges. Th.. party Journeyed over fowr hun? dred miles on sledge* ever Mr Ice condition*, alt bong? mt one t m Peary and several of bis men had a Barre w escape from being carried away by a break np of an ice Sop. Tlu R. n??.ve|: was moored In latitude ?3 *? ?twr?ng the winter Captain Neilsen aaed that the rkf ging of the Roosevelt ;>r. ?*nt< d ? e-nrlons shrV A boot forty mnnk ** bead* and head* of r*tndeer were' snspended to dry On the deck ?re twelTe do*, fhe last cf nearlr Jon taken aboard Above the deck j? j ? re k. nn<-U containing fosea aw* nth- ] m animals which Commander Peary jll taking tc the I mi. <l Stai,n In I V' hold <.f the w-.-sel |f; large suo .' I I' of *kland furs, a number or i Kxkrtno skeletons and Loucs of 1 Mmgi m.'iuals. Coal Pr.ctically Exhausted. W'hiu the ?hij Battle ll-ir j Iror her bunktra hi If., nlv five tons of I coal. At that pla?-e sli. t<x.k on board < lxty <.ns to carry her ,s> Jiwy The cr"w and explore]s are dre: ?<l :i RMl>AmH attire All wire very anxious to her up?i f. ni 'he outside world, little <if which Use* <l>taini-l at Indian Marlior. (h. flr-t pert intend after the H.io. ev. I t? ? r '?he fionn noith. Mrs. Marvin Notified. I'l.MIRA, N Y.. Sept II. -Mr- M ! .1 Marvin, of this city, mother of Ho. 4 G. Marvin, the member of Peary's ex Spedition who was drowned in the far | north, received the following cabl. jkram today: Mat tie Harbor. Sept. 11. via Wire .lev.:, rape Hay Sept. 11. Mrs M. J. Marvin. Elmira. X. Y. ?Every member of expedition Joins me in deep sympathy for you in your great affliction. Marvin was a favor? ite with every one on board, His, ser? vices to the exiiedltiun were invalu? able. Hiss loss is a personal blow to I me from which I have not yet rceor j ered. A lasting mcnument to him stands at Cape Sheridan. God b'ess I FOfc i ("Signed > PEARY." I A movement has been started here i to erect a suitable memorial to the 1 ycung man. A big memorial service ? also will be arranged. Hoisted Ensign on Pole. WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept. 11.? Ci.nimandi r Peary's first official tioti flcatii n to the navy department direct of his return and it his discovery of the north [Kile came to the dejiart ment this morning in the following dispatch sent by him from (tattle Harbor yesterday. It reads as fol K wk : "Respect fully report my return; hoisted navy ensign in North Pol'-. April 6. (Signed) "PEARY." REPORTS TO SECRETARY OF STA Peary Took Possession of Entire Region in Name of President. (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON. D. C. Sept. 11.? 1 he following message was received at the state department today from Commander Peary: -Batte Harbor. Sept. 10, ' Hon. Secretary of State, Washing? ton. D. C '?Respectifully report hoisted Stars and Stripes on Nort Pole April 6th and formally trok iiossession of that entire r< gio and adjacent land for and in name of the President of the t'nfted States America. Record and United States flag left in |>os8e6sion. "PEARY." Acting Secretary Adee, of the state deirartment in answer to Inquiries said that the state de|?artment had 111 comment whatever to make on the question before him. OBOPSlH?JP?LPlI Rev. J. W. Shackfard Expires White Calling Conference i)o!i. VICTIM OF APOPLECTIC STROKE Venerable Virginia Minister Passes Away at Early 3 Chapel in Midst of Quarterly Methodist Conference of Which He was Presiding Elder. (By Asaorlated Press). l.YNCHBtRG. VA.. Sept. 11 ?Rev Jiseph Wmley Shackford, aeed 61 a native of King and Wueen coofity. Virginia, died of and**)- at Earl> s chap*!, six miles from l.jnchtmrs. this afternoon wb:le calling the roll <( thi> last quarterly ccalerewce of the M?tbrd4st church tb. re ?rer which ho was fircsidlng elder. He had been a member, of the North Carolina Methods* tialWW? for two years when he *?? trans fr m-d to tl?e Virginia onr.l< neixv ta 187C. He s> nwvi\?d If ire call dre*. nor of watm. Mra O W. I>yer, reside* at Naahrtlle. Teas. Tke faneral will be be id ttnadar Oxf rd. V C Oemoe-ats Shoulo Bwffin Now T A I.I .AH ASK KK. PIA. ?VwC 11 ? Thai the OewoeraHe partr should I? gin now to formshtt" a ptatforaa that wHl carry the na:". lo victory in th? next pi-a?d.nf?al elertto*. wma ?r. or. ?-Tpre??<-d t. d?v hi Ooi ersxr A. W. OBrartat oa his Mm fern an extended triff taroaarh the N KW PORT NEWS iifiMMiir ME4 TO ATTEND FUNERAL Careful Irrangexeits Wade Per Last Rites Over Remains ot Edward H. Harriman. TWO CARLOADS OF FLOWERS Steady Stream of Carriages and Au? tomobiles Taking Tribute? to Ar ! den House?Dr. Lyle File? Certifi , cate Showing Pernicious Araemia j and Oedemia of Lungs Chief Causes. (By Associated Press.) AJIDKN. N. Y . Sept. 11? Between fifty and sixty of the country's prom? inent men. including ftnanri?is, law? yers. ;.hyh>ians and men well known In the business world, will attend the run era) of Edward 11. Hall lam's to? morrow They will cine from New j York on i special drain, leaving Jer 1 eey City it 1 p. m. At St Joh*"? Episcopal <hnr<h. a Matth stone chapel which nest,. ? in the i.-delenitiK Sep. tember fottage near tlx' foot of Tower Hill, they will Join the gr. u-p erf mourners who will have acompinied the funeral j.r..cession from Arden House. I Although ai.ything like ostentation i has been avoided in preparing few the , burial of the country's greatest rail? road financier, the arrangements have 1 been ne ne of the ]<?ss careful and <**nr \ 1 orate. Several hours liefore the 1 Harriman carriages bearing the nx rlving men if prominence up from Ar-_ 1 d?*n station, a proc??sion of a very different kind will inarch slowly over lithe road leading to fto uncompleted ! palace on the hill. It will be eom liosed of the MO w. rknien employed on the Harriman estate, and at nine o'clock in the morning they will be I permitted to file through the from i where lies the body of the man of j whem cne of them said today: "Just an Elder Workman." "Ad times he seemed a workman ; like ourselves?just an elder work i man whom we carea a good deal RltOUt." No pr'TOutions have been omitted : to prefect the funeral car cn its way down the hill Aithocgh the road has been smoothed to perfection. Slx I teen of the most stalwart workmen ' were selected today tu act as a go art I of honor. They will walk on either I side of the hearse and the carriage c retaining the mourners. The ceremony at the house at 1* ! a. m. will be a communion service j conducted by the family chaplain. Rev. Mr. McC.uinness. V 11 o'clock the public m-mortal service will be held at St. Jhe.n'a at which Dr. Mctluinness will deliver the only enlogv. No pains have been spared t.i make the funeral at 3 o'clock as private as possible. Four Car Load of Flowers. It *s estimated that the Towers i received will fill four freight cars. There was a steady stream of car? riages and automobiles bringing the tributes up to Ard-n Hons- fr tn early morning until late this after I noon. Boxes and hask<-t? of flowers expr.-ss.t-d hav. accumulated j:, KU,-,, qnantlties thst two special cars will fee aaed to bring them op tomorrcw morning. Thus far the Arden tele-araph of *oe has received more than lou mes? sages expressing conck 1< see v. Cause of Death. ARPKN. R Y. Sept. IL? Pernic? ious anaemia and oedemia of the ! ing-" the fhief cause of Edward H. Hairlman'? death as officially etat ?d tonight hy r>r. W. O. I-yle. of New V.-rV hi iiv-.. (an In the death cer? tificate filed at Highland Mills There was no mention of cancer, nut it was noted tLat the word chief waa la serfed in the printed form after the nuestlrr cause of death." Popularly Interpreted anaema is ar [hmpevrished condition of the blood. | pernicious anaemia is a form of the I dtneane. Oedemia of the lungs or wal? ler tat the Lings. fae Interpretation g.nerajiy accepted might hare recall? ed fron- a variety of caaaes "Hesrtfailure- in CertoVate j fmaaediateiy after the death certificate was lien s swrtat permit was graat ed During the dar Pr LyU had fi? led a certificate wttk the undertaker in which he natal stmp'y -hst Mr Har , riatan s death had r^stilted from ! hesrtfailure vaperinduced by later , tial rnmplieaHrias " I Dr Lr?e also states positivelr In the certificate filed with the town der? that Mr Harriman. death or rnrred at IB a. am. on September ? , VA., SUNDAY, SK The eertlflcata which is nitented by Walter Av?-iiii Wirrt aun Mi Harri MM'a old?*t ?i.n, reads in pari; i hereby certify Ihm I aicuded the deceased from August I. Liu? Iii Sep? tember 9. 1909 ;lhat I Ihm ?a* him I alive Si iiteinbei M. IMII had that death j occurred on the date staled al>ove at 5:21 p. m." i i Uowtag the foreg. in? is the CUM of u.aili as given ami tat) signature appended. Might Have Been Hitcha Hr. I jrte'a action la aiupiitying the . i itili. rite iiled with the undertaker !BjCCtba4 over what might have di i etop. ! into hitch at tie- funeral. I) S. I'endletou u.llug town clerk a: Highland Mills, had said prev iomTv to the filing of the tartrlahta Ifta* lie did Dot feel that Dr U/Ww ?final?Ml to the undetaker IM suf he leal However, the amended certlll cate adjusted matters quickly. Traios to Stop. ATLANTA. OA., Best. II.?11 re ip.it to the memory of E H. Harri man. every train DB tIA- Central of | G> orgla Railiood and ever* ship ut sea l.elonglng U the Ocean Stewm shlp Com|>any will COBM to a <l i l stop for one minute at 2::iu o'clock tomcriow afternoon. An order ?o this effect wan issued this afternoon by Major J K. Hanson, president of the Central of Oeorgla Hailroad. /. E. B. STUART ELECTED StNIOR VICE COMMANDER Newport News Man Honored by Army and Navy Union?Or. Hen? drickson Surgeon General. (Bv Associated Press). RR IE, PA., Sept. 11 The Army and Navy I'nion in session here to? day atoeaal the foil wing officers: National command, r. Edwin Brown. Baltimore. S'-ni r vice-command, r, Captain J E. B. Stuart, New|w>tt News. Va. Junior vice-commaiul. r. George R !towns. Erie, Pa. Adjutnant general. Thomas M. Avery. New Yf.Tk. Inspector general, Charlo? W. Hlrsh, Washington. Quartermaster generil, .1. It Me Citllongh. Newb.irg. N. V. Surgeon general, I>r. J. E. Hen? drickson. Hampton. Va. Chaplain. Ji hn Cot, Cincinnati. M0NTAC0E DELEGATE TO MARITIME CONFERENCE Former Virginia Governor Given Im portnant Official Appointment by President Taft. Special to The Dally Pressl. RICHMOND. VA.. Sen*. 11?For mer Governor Andrew Jackson Mouta. gtie has leen aj/jiointed t.v President Taf? as one cf the four delegates to the third annual maritime conference of all of the rations of the world. This meeting wil be held In the eitv of Brussels on September 28. The former executive did not seek he appoin'mmt in any sense and indeed, km w nothing of it until he was notified by Secretary Knox that he had been selected. YOUNG AMERICAN WOMAN F0UN0 DEAD IN LONDON News of Suicide of Mrs. Jane Perin Creates Sensation in Phila? delphia. (By Associated Pressi. LOM1MJM, Sept il?Mrs Jane Per a young American, committed suf jcido ihis morning by shooting at Har row-on-lhe Hill. Mrs Perin was found dead with her revolver by h>T side In the home sh> was visiting. No reason is assign od PHILADK1 PHIA. PA . Sept. 11 ? The news of the suicide of Mrs. Perir creste-i a sei nation here Her name was Mrs Jar.e Cordon Sartori Perin. and ?Sie was well known in Philadel? phia and Baltimore society circles. POLICE RELEASE MISS HENNING Chu-n of Mu-de**d Detroit Girl AI towed tn Return Home. DETROIT \<MH 8ept 11?After a week of gruelling exi?erienre In the hands ?f the noire Miss Martha Hen nine friend and companion of May helle Millm-n. whose dismembered rod* was recovered from Boorse creek, near this cttr. was tonight re leased frcm do-oat ion at police head ?warter? and sent to her home In Ann Arhor Dr Georr? A Prltch. who was sr rested en ?-ispe ion of murder In con nertWM? with the raae. waa released tonight j/Ti bonds of tlA.tvm. Per/0ry Charaad. cmrvru. % v.. Kept. 11 ?The rraad Jurv f< r Richmond conntv fodav ret.irrod ?ddlHrni.1 Indictmen ehsrwine ivt.iis Welsh<vnf. peesident of the Mviscii Welskopf Company of Cmclfiaartl with pertwrr In roaaectioe. with the rnvostlratlon of .be purchase of labels from his company for the ose of the old state dispensary l'TKMBKK 12. 1000. LAD OF NINETEEN WINS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP MM E. Gardner, Yale Sophomore, Takes National Honors From Ep. APPLE PIE FIGUSEi 1 RESULT Exmore Man in Bad Shape at Result of Attack of Acute Indigestion and Unable to Hold Pace?Veterans As? tonished by Youngster's Rsmarkable Play. i (Ry Associated Press). CHICAGO. <.M>' OWH. WH EA? TON. (LUL, Baft 11? Robert K. Gardner, of Hlnsitals). a - lean limbed, rosy chocked had. 13 years, today wi n (he amateur golf championship of the l iiit.-il State , from II Chandler ?fen, ? i* Exmore twice winner of na? tional h< nets, fi tut np and 2 to play. He :s the youngest man that ever wen the national championship iunlner had an adv.innige of two tu.Ies over Kgan at the end of the morning round and although Kgan i-aught him at the third hole of the ifternot n and had a lead of one hole at the seventh, the youngster came ?in again and from that time complete? ly outplayed the man from Kxmore. Apple Pie Figures in Result. Apple pie figured largely In the re? sult Kgan was the victim. He suf I fered from acute indigestion yesterday I after luncheon and shortly after the conclusion of bis long, barn match with "Cluck" Kvans, In the semi? finals, fainted awav in the locker j room. He was under a physician's I fain i-ar* of the night and physically he htss 'infit for a gruelling such as today s proved. dsV Egons drawn face and erratic play in the ii: st nine holes of the morning found showed bow nint h strength had been drawn upon, and although for the next nine holes he showed form. ) he could not hold the pat e tin nerve I alone. Harvard Against Yale. It was Harvard against Yale. Gard? ner being a sophomore at Yale. A tremendous gallery followed the [ match and when the end came at the '!4th hole when Gardner holed out I the short put that made him the imai Mir golf champion a crowd of the Yale field captains friends lifted him to their shoulders shouting with icy. Gmlner outdrove Fgan on near evory hi 'e. and Chandler Kgan Is noted for his long drives. Veterans Astounded. Veteran golfers like Walter J. I Travis and former open champion Wil 'ie Anderson watched in astonish? ment the remarkable game of Gard . as hole after bole he drove then approached, then took the regulation two putts or brought abpause by hol? ing tut from a eemmingly im|>ossible distance. TENNIS VICTORY FOR AMERICA. Larned and Ctcthier Win from Brit? ish Champions. (By Associated Press). PHILADELPHIA. PA. Sept. 11 ? America gained a signal victory over Croat Britain today in th- first two matches for the Davis international ehallenge lawn tennis cup. William A L*rtw>d and William J Clothier de. resting respectively. C P. Pixon and J. C. Parke, without the ions of a set. That America will be challenger against Australia is now regards a" almost a certainty. Can't Visit Newfoundland. BT tOHXS. X F.. Sept. 11?Sir Ralph Williams, governor of WeW U-..t -:'.ind r?"-<\ I ??S..iy the ?? llo? iag saeasage from Commander Rotx rt K ??? nr\. at Kettle Harbor: "Deeply appreciate the honor and conrt?sy of yoor (avitatlc.i to vlaH St j?hT BhBjBl must defer the pleasure to another time. OMIged to go direct t*? Kidney from here. Re? gards npBfl -PEARY Advices r"C. ivd here from Rat? tle Harbor todsy Indicated that the Roosevelt WS but might leav.- f,r Sidney sad 'bat Commander pe?rv BBJBBji au " Svdnry oa the lath. intercollegiate Tennis rHU.ADBI.PHIA. PA Bept 11 Melville H loot the California Hum pirn and Wallace Johnson, the Vni varsity of Pennsylvania star wpn Ibelr wsv to the finals r.f .he infer rrii^giste .ennis tcurnaaient today br dl.po.lng of R gwetrer of Harvard sad A P Thaver. of the Tafversatv of penn.ylvsala, respectively. PRfSfDENl TAFf NAMES TARIFF COMMISSIONER Yale Professor, Assistant Secretary of Treasury, and an Editor for the New Board. Illy Assoc.aud Pivss) BEVEIM.Y. Mass. ?Sept. 11 ? Pr?hid<ut Taft this am-rituon uu Uuuuciu tile U|>j< MtliMlit uf lue UeW i .1 .<uai irti it (ouuni.j am a* follow:.: I'n.liKTi.i lUnry C Emory, of Vale, I'hniriuau; Juiin.i B. Kevuol'??, ?x Boston, a-M.-taut scrrutaiy if th.? iMUBiiry, and Alvln II Saudi ru. of Chicago iditor and |>> l.li> Ii | of the Bn ?'di r's tlu/i I'. The lioiir.i Is authorized to employ ?ajpaftg u? lnvi*iiK in,. ,'?r< Ign and diMiiiKili- tariffs. TIm' announcement \s i made by i the Pti-nldiiit af'cr a conference with ' Secretary MicVcagli. j SEPTEMBER CRIMINAL TERM BEGINS TOMORROW Orand Jury Will Meet in Corporation Court at 11 O'clock?Many Important Caeca. Judge Bartiaiu will convene 'he ! Cor|K>ratioii Court for the regular Beplxsnber criminal tcim torn* now morning ?t lo o. lock and the grand Jury will meet at II o'clock. Many Importal.; criminal warrants will be , fH m nte?| to the grand Jury. ThU is the first criminal term ?<? ,1h. held since July and the dix kit is crowdi'd. Several ca?? of |t?bllc in tin a) are to be tried, aim ng Uu- most i lni|s ilaut being 11uf William ; Gibson, charged with attempted crtm inal assault and Bob* tit Whliirng, Jr.. a negro, charged with murder. EARLY MORNING BALZE. Cigarette Supposed to Hava Started Fire in Rockatta. Fire early this morning completely ? i. -t.-..ved a lied in a house conducted ty Nora Thompson at 455 Twenty fourth street. The blaze I? suppoaed 1 to have started from a lighted cig | a rette dropped on the bed clothing. An a'hi m was turned In to the de ! partment after the flames were dla i covared and the East End company ' responded, the firemen making quick work of the fire. Arrested for Board Bill. I G. a. H . ?. who gives his ad-1 dress at 228 Forty-third street, j was arrested yesterday hy Chief Reynolds aa a fugitive from Jus? tice. He is wanted at Bbxckatone for j a board bill of 120 He deposited $9.40 with the police and O. J. Brlttlnghajn j stood security for the remaining I llo.fiO. Theroui?on Kleve* was re? , leased by Justice R. a. T. Clement j on his own reccgnlzam e. M PAY LIFE FOB KIS3 Youth Probably Fatally injured As Result of a Game. THREE ?EN CHARGED MRTH CRIME - Charles Tr ce, Said to be Girl's Jeal ous Lover, Charged With Striking Douglass Kidd With Cobblestone After Waylaying Him. (Special to The Dadly Pres*.? RICHMOND. va . Sept. fi ? Be caused he demanded ar.d received ? kisa fairly won In a aarase with utner ><ning p??"?*" at a party U?t night. a. IkugJaaa Kidd. who was the girl j earcrt for the orea.- ??r lie* at the point rf d ath with a fractured "hull. ' hartes Trice. Harvest Bohannon and Caliimn Cbapel have beet) arre-ted. rhnnr.d with the aswanlt on Kidd. which cernrred Jost aa Kidd war. bavin* the boa*- of the gwi, Mess l^anra May Eooamk. a Urge erbhVstone. said to have b. en thrown by Trice, who la alleged to have heea la love with the girl. '? Ik d Kidd to the groand It la said that Trice who Is exceedingly P?oaja woald certalaW hill either h* i aHf or Ktdd *f she paid the forfeit of a Was ?r If Kidd persisted in demanding * Kidd I nested that the aart give him the reward t? wMrh the cam. fairly entitled hiaa, and ab?, aathlag loth, runs pi led - Master thongbt of the ma ter aay mar. fat Trice gathered ht? frl-ads ar?,rt htm and laid la wart ** Kidd when h* left the hoax* of the girl It ax aald late tonight that KMd caa THE WEATHER. Fir Sunday and Monday: noderate northeast winds. PRICK TWO CKNTb WORLD OFBATE FANNEtT INTO BRIGHT FLAME Peary's "Sold Brick" Reference to Dr. Cook's Claims Starts Comment ira Anew. EUROPEAN SYMPATHY ITH COOK Brobklyn Man is Regarded as the ' Under Dog" and Naval Officer's Numerous Challenges Cause Severe Criticisms?Mrs. Cook Trusts Her Husband Implicitly. While there was no tw 1 for the Are |n the shape of uew facts yester? day, the we rid dilate over the Ptjary. Cook north pole controversy was fanned into bright (lames by Conimaa d. r 1'iary 's abided reference to I ha Hnnkl.Mi explorer in which he used the term ' gold brick" lu referring U> J r. Cook's claim. Peary, with bis ?hlp, th.? Roosevelt, damag<d mfter striklnsj a rock on on ksrtag Rattle Harbor, ljibrador, it still detained at that pert and will probably not reach North Sydney, Cap.' iweton. where a grey.* reception awaits him. until the present month ia nearly closed. Cook Starts For '?Home Dr. Cook, on the other hand, as confident as ever, de|?rted from Chrletiansand. Norway, on the steam? ship Oscar 11, and is due In New York on September 21. This day, the first upon which he will lo^ch the shores of his native land, baa been ?slstilsj by the Arctic Club of Amer? ica fir the date of the banquet In bis j honor. Peary also will be Invited but as j t' ok ahm.- Is a member he will ba the principal guest. Peary'a a?oept an.-e of the invitation Is doubtful, es? pecially as he probably will not ar? rive in itime to attend. Mrs. Cock broke the silence she baa maintained briefly last night to ex? plain that while she trusted implicitly in her bttsbaod, she did not wish to be dragged Into the debate. Mrs. Peary remains at Sydney awaiting Commander Peary's delayetf Mum. European Sympathy With Cook. England and the continent continue to follow devek pmeDts closely the gist of the European comment indicates that sympathy is with Dr. Cook as the "ander dog." Peary's conduct In burling challenge after challenge in the face of the Rrooklyn man has met with sever- criticism. r> m a scientific standpoind Europe Is withholding judgment, though most circles both men are credited with the achievement. I>r Cook left a f ivora le lmpresa*?n in Norway, bist everywhere there 4a an apparent desire for Dr. Cook ?? T-rr duce bis proof as he has promised. Additional dispatches were received] fnm Peary yeaterday by the stata (1- part meat the navy depart and Uta 1 coast snd getriefte survey He had ?previously nctiffed the President of hbt diacovery and baa now taken every official step to proclaim his trial Delay of the Roosevelt. Refr>re It became known last that the Roosevelt would ba held .longer at Rattle Harbor there Indications that the rival ?xp would reach New Tor* about fame time. Dr Ocok. however, will arrive pmb aWy a week in advance of Peary aad * ?rasaatlc situation a thus lost. Perfudiee Against Peary. COPENHAGEN". Sent 11 ?Henmark apparently remains faithful k* saa pcrting m eVok Ail the CopeaJaaar en M|? r? today refterate their beftaf ?a him Seatlsseat doubtless hi ? toe ?cr la this feefiag. the Danes are th?? the explorer visited their ry ffrst oa account of th Danish coloney ha t.-ea-meat of the gatleas hv Captain ort' friends that Peary trea' ^abhily ?hea the tv a*et la the Arctic . r> ?-ANCb Company ssa <By Asaocia^t Kl vV* I.VNCHWThft. V.. Buihji ? rire us- tickets meal cancers so Ira Virginia charter* * taMajlJ with a ?, ? ?~MN?. . n't j-filth St.