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only nawapapsr publiahad Newport New? that receive* tl full news servies of ths As? clstsd Presa. VOL. XV. NO. isr>. ??YNOR IS SHOT '" WHILE HE POSES FOR^HOTOGRAPH Would-be Assassin Seriously Wounds New York Mayor, Standing on Steam? er's Deck. PHYSICIANS BELIEVE VICTIM WILL RECOVER City'? Chief Executive Prepare? to Spend Vacation in Europe and He is Fired Upon Just Fifteen Minutes Before Sailing?Another Man is Grazed by Bullet in Struggle to! Overpower Assailant. LATEST BULLETINS FROM HOSPITAL NEW YORK, Aug. 9?The following bulletin on Mayor Gsynor's condition, probably the last which will be issued ? tor ight, was given out by the surgeons, timed at 9 o'clock: "The radiographie examina? tion of Mayor Caynor's wound I indicates that the bullet is di- j vided into two fragments, occu- ? pying positions that do not de? mand operative interference ?t present. "The condition of the mayor I? satisfactory. He is resting quietly. (Signed) "WILLIAM J. ARTLITZ. "Visiting Physician. "GEORGE E. BREWER, "GEORGE D. STEWART, "CHARLES N. DOWD." Midnight Bulletin?"Mayor Gaynor is doing as well as could be expected. He slept some. He is perfectly con? scious. There is no evidence of infection. * (Signed) "FERINAND C WOLF, "House Physician St. ! Mary's Hospital.'' _? (By a*?saeca?aaafl Press?. NEW YOKK ftsaj 9?William J GaynoT. maycr of Nl-w York city, was shot In the bead affd seriously wounded today as he ??tood on the promenade dee** of the steamship Kai? ser Wilhelm fx*-- t'rosse. by James J Gallagher, d discharged and disgrunt? led ci y emploj? (?allaft-h? r was al? most instantly o\?-r?lowered and ar? rested. The shot was fired at 9:?."> o clock this morning, 1.3 minutes before the ?teamship was die to leave her afar at Hoboken, N I and ;he miyor was receiving Gcd-spc?d from a group of friend* preparatory to s vacation Tip to Kurepe Tlj-e billet struck him behind he tight ear and ranged do?"ward, in* flic ing a d.ingcrous, though n?t nec??9 sarilv fatal wound And unless b??d poisoning develops. surgeons are hoi*-, ful of the mayor'?' recovery, although at hi? age. 59 years, such a wound I* e??*?ntlally grave. Tonight 'he ifjayor i., BJ St Mary* h-wpital. Hoboken. ssrroond???, by bis specislist*. with mewr??--* of lh<- f ?m lly gathered near, awaitng the oet conte with anxiety All early r? ports from ?be hospital were hopef?;! in tone and thi? cv??ning *i? X-ray negativ of tba? wosBd were t?k??n to fa?-i!?tatc aa ?.peraiion for th- retaor?! of th? bnlOt Gsllssher. the would be a* Baaafn. *s Hrke?. In a cell ?' f'i ?. ??eM without hail. He es-, Be ifajoi?e Bccee at Trmme?y. The Mg llaer waa g.v with fa?* ang rtagiag with ?honied good hy?*s wh?-B the tragedy " | Meet rf th?"??*?? who h?d boor, th* ship fe say fasrewell to friends ** r?iBBtleaa. mat pea* eafc-wt?. hat ? tPAm troop remmmmTtm talk ?nth the m*y -T wer? stSBslkBg em tme per. mmoot the eaBael aear th? ?a^aseaBd - gee* forward aed wet? * ta* meoan*. lav a paaa> pbiiBngia-'h ?nes Olllaik- a?afir il. pasar* I PMtmat to 'he ?savor ? sMe sad tro* mam*. \\\ *"* pjm mere a ?-cat' ?ad ?n ?llB-cti Irai ?artridge ha?) missed lire jtlis probabl? aaeed Ik- faMjrat'a life, t"i flallagher, wii<-u ae Inri palled th-. trigger, arai leas tkaaj taro feel ?ay Ha.-Lui-; aaraj -::t:liTrf in bis ? 14 '? meut. In- pulled tie- trigger a aecoad Uasa and stiii a ballet crasking uno the ui;i> ?is n? eg l.elt m Uta car. Fires Second Shot. William 11. |-'tiwa-iis, uasSHI?Batfl?All of atreet rUiaalag ami Be lorsner Priaeetoa football star, lang**! for? ward ?'Hi h:s three Hundred pounds hsal as Hoi" it Atianis"n. tka bmjnm 'b| aacrttary, stunk Gallagher* aim Aal he did so, a ,i-t i,,j ?ko) pierced i-;?i ?ards' sleeve, Inflicting a slight leak wound oa tin- cotnniiaaloner'a ngiit am:. <a1i??Ii reraalaed aadtacorared I M i hours beta um- ol :ii? ? \< i ? mint. L'liiniinliiil ol lus wouad, Bia-srds . . i shot the man a crashing blow in tin? tare gad th?-- t-iashed to Ike ??' <-*k to? gether, Oallagker mt*t*MHmt -'|t!> tm* stiens'h oi desperstloo ami Bulling viciously at the trtgg?j>f in an att? tup to ore another akot. lie; l'in?ail was tot? much f?-r him He reined blow after Mob la GaUagker'? now Bleed iug (Bee, while Adamsen and Aitiii balti it. Wa'son. corporatioa counsel for the tit?, long theatselvea ou the struggling tw?. in an al'empt to grasii the weapon. When Mr. Watson had obtained Bosaesaioa of it, Bdarar?s and (lallagher continued a bitter str iggle about the deck, Kd wards now crying and shouting in his anger and exJcite inent ami Oallagker panting aa '?-? hansUoa began to grip liis limbs. Win a cotiinlett ly aoMaed in 'he for? mer foot lull star*? v let -like grip, a pair of steel nippera aere slipped on his wrists By a, s|K?cial ollicer aboard! the ship an(| he was rsssked Ikrnank a: hooting and threatening rrowd off the vess, 1 into an automobile and ar raigni-d Before lleco,der M?V?overn, of Hoboken. Mayor Remains Conscious. During the struggle with the man who had attempted IB take his lit?'. Ma>or Gayaer, th-mgh hadl/ aronnded ami bleeding from the mort h ami a* ????, (Continued on Fourth Page.) i ilammm William Loeh Talks Politics With the Colonel. s_ CONFER ON-GOVERNORSHIP Former President ond Collector of Customs at New York Consider To? gether Policies to be Advocated by the Roosevelt-Hughes Forces. ?By AwxTclatciJ Pre?*,? OT8TBI HAY. N. Y. Aug. 9 ? " heodorc Roosevelt spent this even- j lag talkng ,?r>liti<T? with William] Loch. Jr.. collector of the port of j New York. Tomorrow he exp? < ?- ?,, lave a conf?rence with Gilford Pin ? hot. former chief forester, and .'ames 11. Garfieid. ?-?--secretary of (he interior. They may not be able 'o reach Oyster Bay tonyorrow. how ? vcr. For the past tw?*i weeks Col onel Roo?? volt has practically avoid ed --olitiral conferences. The ren?-w*l of conferences of auch a nature is taken as an Indication i hat the ex-president may he pre? pared to engage more actively in poli'iral affairs, state and national, although he allowed no comment to ???.cape I.is lips today. May Say Something Today. Mr. Loch spent the night with his lormer ?hief. Before the conference began Colonel Roosevelt remarked? with n smile, lha? he did not know what they were to talk about. Later Colnoel Rofseveit sen? word that he b?d nothing to say about the taattef today, but might say soautbing io moTTolr. The colonel was equally retient, of ?he visit of Messrs GarSeld? and ! incho'. AI! three men are nnm-l l>cr?-d among his closest friends and I most treated advi?*r*. Talk Over &overi?o?*snip. Mr. I^oeh was ??iga??*ted sometime? ago a? a pirsslhie .andldat* for the Rcpnblic*?i nomination for goverimr -.? N, w York and Mr PlnchoC? nsase han bo*a ?eeniioactd in the **rn< tnaa?eclinn It am* generally under saood that Mr. iaoeh had determiaen ??of to allow hi-aweif to bo cor, Ba a candiiSate. He **? uawillins ??? my ?onishf wkether hi- talk wilt?! the easanel kad anvtbins to do ??? the governorship I? i* Vsarded ?BB ??er:?i?i. h-"??* 'he sublrc' j i.nd cor,?l?l*rail<wi ?-?f ?he pol?n?* to r-* advor?t??g bv the RnoeeTelt ' llnghe tarro* s? th* Rar???-** rot, yeastnsB, foraard Use chtof topic at a?.aw iittwlne Accent* ?'chmood Call. RI?"MV'lNl? VA -.ne *? Rev (?ar.rge W 'K?>?B|?pr. of Mtdw? SpM ?ri-??p???d the call r?--?-?"n?lv ex >nd??d h'tr bv 'he M*r?hal Christian rhnrrb. af thl? ?Ity. and ? non his duties ? lha fnn. arokahtr Oetomot I. NBWPOKTNKWS. JOHN LAMB WINS IN THIRD DISTRICT Present Congressman is Re-| nominated Over Wickham by j Majority of 900. - RACE IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND IS CLOSE! Apponent of Lower House Incumbent is Administered Heaviest Defeat by. Country Precinct??Return? Show j Light Vote Cast in the Primary, Fall? ing Short Nearly 2,000. (Special to Daily l'l' sa) lilt'UMOMi VA , Aug. i -B? a mi?. jority aetlaaated atMt}, oat of a total ?if 1,000 rotea cast, Congressane Jofcn| Lamb was named todnj to SBC ted himself u.s rcpres.iitatiM' from litre Third district of Virginia, over Judge T. Ashhy Wickham, for the term be gtaslag Manh 4, of u?xt year. Mr. I__ml> has already served fonrteen successive years in the house of rep? r?mante Hres. Light Vote Shown. The reun?s wer. nearly complete at a late hour tonight, with the ea> ceptiou of G?nenla?d eaeaty. Tbc re? sult shews that an untisiallv lisl-.t rote was cast, the total falling iivi r two thonssad ahort of the tal) ro?mgl strength o: the DeBMcrala in Ihn Third district. The r.turtis. BO far as received, give i total vote of 3,011 for I_.mb. and J.::.",! lor Wickham. giving L-smh Mil mnjorlty. The rots ia the raissingi precincts, it is conceded, will run Lamh'a total majority to NU. Close in Richmond. V. icKhani workers, early this after? noon anticipated defeat, as it was realized that the country precincts were polling strong for I>imh. while the citv vote was running so close j that th'-re appealed 'little hope it ??uilil give Wickham a majority suffi-j ' ?eut to overcosae Lamb'a toad gained oatelde the eltjr. The result in Richmond w:i ; I. it definitely known until the last vote had been counted, ljitnti winning ort by only Die, ,,-,t or only a few ?hOTt of I.?. nates cast. Jadge Wickhun personally .1 sated his force? in the work ?? the city rote, while Captain 1.amb. on the ,,ther hand, took little '?art in the election. wfN_HESTER VOTES TO STAY IN "DRY" COLUMN ' Wet?" Are Defeated by Majority of 150?Election Hotiy Con? tested. ft?y Associated I*r?>?**>.1 WINTHKSTER. VA.. Aug. !?.?This tiwn was voted "dry" today by a majoriry of l.'-n. in a rotal of !M4 votes cast. Two years am Winches? ter voter; ?in the saloon by a majori? ty of 9"i votes. Todays ateettati ?vas hotly contested and almost every registered vote was brought ?>ut I I-raver meltings were conducted throughout ?h? day by the women DEATH LIST GROWS. Twelve Live? Lo?t by Railroad ; Wreck in California. it*r A*?nct?t*--i FT' ? ' SAN RAFAEL. t'AL Aug. 9.--\ Twelve m?n are dead and a ?cor?! are suffering from palnfal Injurie* as *he result of the collision on ?he Northwestern Pacific railroad at Ig? nacio station lasi night. One death, that of W. P.. Burton, of Rerkcley. o-rurr. 1 to*? a y and ?he innditioti of vrver?! o| those in the hospital In San Francisco is precar The can??- of the airi.l ard by railroad officials to the faltare ?f l'..ti.|ii?-ti?r 0*virj:e Flaherty, of ?I-. v-ort?. 'run. to obev an order to hoi?***1 hi? train in the vard at Ignacio atstJI 'he passenger train from the senth had pessed. Uees had Chec??. DANVILLK. VA. Aug 9-E D Whit. aged shout forty five years., ?nd ?no claim* to be an insaranee ?rent from rharlotte N. C. ws? ar ?oday upon the charge M pa??ing a tinmifr of worthies* ?berks ani drafs Mc has i ere abn?it ?i* weeks sad Other j i hecha ere sappo***d lo be o?n *.? trama not fat tantesj up. it i? ?Urged, i its? While ban mr** receiving mall t-rre? onorr hrtiiiou? naate. Morns? Arrive? at Nicaragua is? ??i. i????i t*i.?> ? Abc *?Wtre ??BBjm r??c?>ived here late ?o ns? sn-mun^e ?he ?afe smval at Bltie??***??.. N'tcarsgns. of ?be convert *A yacht Horse?. Alabama Colored Mai is Charged With Attempted Aasault on White Girl. I lly Af.*".'i-H' d I'm ???) U<>\ H,C.\tl'.!'.V ALA . A I? ? A special from TnltesV M Ala . t.. the Advertiser, s..? - rrjaarj of TalWega eouaty citiaeaa t.-igb' arc ecouriar, thi northern part ei ihla eouaty for s m t ?..1 ??' Im\ h?; atti tnpteil an a?sauli up ?a s Ml?? |, ag ? bit. i-li!. near Lincoln at on? The lei? phone mi - . ? ? . >m Un cola state thai eae '"? J? ol arta*-ed tu. n had caught a ergra w no ?sewered the .1'. rtptl ?:i of He bli ' - ass itlai while a se?oin! posee I* In . lo.-e pur-j suit ot another eegro. if tin- 1., ceptered botb sjtgroe? ? II be tnkea before the s: ; atlon. M?i> rloleace 1- tt while attempting to go to the at end .,.,..,. Sh' : I W li Middle - * ?it ami Chief Depot? Bherlq J D l.'dw.nil- wire in a run -way The aheriq had his rigln shoulder ontshed, aeveral rib? broken and his right leg fractured. The deanty ?ms anlnj u rd URGED TffiNDUB TO SENDJELEGRAMS, New Evidence is Offered j Against McMurray in Okla- j homa Land Deals. MCALKSTKK. OKLA., Aug. ? Whiie .1. F. M. Murra? was 111 Wa-.li htfftSO last May urgint: the approval ol his t-ontrsct? hj Which ha and I.is associates would be aide to se j ?ire in per cent attorneys' tana en thl sale nt $:',ii.iiiiu..i.Mi worth ot Ian'j owned by the Indiana the latins! Ihratsstiss. were hnian urged to aendl telegrams to Waahington recommend- j Ing t lit?; sate. A lea darn bedate] May 1, on BhlcH date Senator Gore ?barged he was ottered a tU.PP* or U*M* brilie to induce congress to approve the coatrs-eto, M?Munay t?>legraphed to Oklahoma: "Send not ?. sa than fifty letters and latediass? am! keep i.p the work lor a week at different times. Look* better-here. We will win. I know. " ? This evidence was brought !.. tot. the InveatlgatiOB of the land deal boj lore the* congn-si'.nal inmaslttes he-l ?'ay. Senator Oore said he Intro ! il'iced i? :,, shoe ihe activity at! Washington a< lb? time the hrihe !-' lUeged to lu?\ ? i" ,n made. Many Choctaa Indians wont on j ?i.?' Stag thai shortly alU-r^ Mcefarsny eeoi bis tatagrnai Ihny ?v? le ?isiti'ii !,\ GlUCga W. Scot!. M< Msa*ray*a ageat s. nit ashed the to ..ians to sign telegrasm approving t'..> tala ot th? I"""" acres of c.al and I asphalt lands on the tin per i?-iit \ ' a'torne? s' ft?-" basta. The tasHan?* iHegram* wer. adraransml to Klhardj C Adams, an a-;orney a? Wa-hinc-, ion. who ?as s'ipimsed. by the In-] dians. tai I ? --a.-. - 1? Pre?* I i'ent Taft. The Indians readilv sent j Ihe tatagzams. they testified. beceame tl.ey were impatient at the ?IHav ot the government in dis|Mising ?.f th' lund. ac? ordi?c to treaty st*Bam*f*d. MAY OPEUT UP*P0STAL. BANKS IN OCTOBER Postmaster General Hitchcock' Makes Preliminary Re? port to Taft. iHv .*? - Mir* r ???) HKVERI > ' V-iS. Ang. ??Post raastci Ge:i. -..; !f:tcbtt>ejt made a pre? liminar? r>, ? prraideut Taft !o d?y regarding ? plaaa tar tb-s mati tut!?n <?', e-ntai '?mg? bans?? m ?tir f?-r?r? p.irts .,? -he cocatrv ir. th" Bear f.?- xnriimen'a! h-nks will he 1 th. -aaasaji - < ?-stabiish Uta ?*?-1 lem :n ??? V - Phitad-lph .? m. sad other great ?af? Bit ye? ?veil- : ?Ml - a 4**kr* la ger -? rough the menta te - caeasassrntles **-\ f.?re an ma* the ?ftrr-t'"' . btaerhes fbe expensa-mal hank* am ?-rattloB by October If One *f am be laetallrd la a ?n-ntftch la Wssbls-rtoa. BBere H I ??? he ? from ?la- by 'he ht*gh**T eteV dal? Mr Hg -?t*t tnai-rb? Is Y-rk *h*< I -asa of : ?*m% ?sfgrial. .**} -tr os Frtd* tb" egmaranmntal I be? eot ??-esa de be ?ttrtrlh?a>**w m Iw?hrent ??-''"-1.-: ai dt? ?atan'* AUC.UM 10 li?IO AUTO IS SMASHED; UVES DASHED OUT Train Crashes Into Machine at Crossing Near Cape May, N. J. IHREt MEN AND TWO WOMEN ARE KILLED Baltimore Party Ha? F*t?l Accident While on Trip From Atlantic City ?Not One of Traveler? Escapes and Bodies of All Are Fearfully Mangled. <Hy As*-1. luted Trr**? CAI'K MAY, N. .1, Aug. ?. Pi?,, pernoaa were crushed to death to? night when a (fain on the I?euns.?i ?ama road dashed into an autumn Lile a? ihe Mill Ijtiu- crossing on the A.-.-t Itis.-v and Seashore Rail road. The ?.ead are Frederick W Feldn? t and win ami Fritz MergentrllW and wife, and their chalN-ui, If. C. Jones, all of llaltlnior. Mi rg.-nthaler was th, son lu-lsw ol Mr. and Mrs. Keldner. Tksj part} had haaa spending a i?-w aa\y-| hj At? lamic City and this a!tornoon left for an auiotuobile trip to Cape May. As they appioachid the tracks, the fas', running ?xpress, was hidden .'?urn ?taw by a corn fi??ld and it was iinp.isstble lor the chatfucr to *ee the nam until he was within a lew feet of the tracks. Woman Give* Signal. As the t'uioinobile bore down Co war?! Ike (racks, Mrs. allot-, I. .?It Neill, who resilles t lone to ihe cross ing. saw the rapidly approach.lis c\ press ,t,i" aravad ka* t-aad for ?fcj automobile driver ti* ?top hi? car, bu: ;he man either did not see the dan -< r ligBBl Bt thought that he cou:?J cro.--, the tracks before the' tram icati-.td him and dashed unto t In? ou? just us the train reached the rr ailBg Th'- ?x,?rt.-s struck the automobil?. aqaarel) between tin- wheel? sn?i lasara it and all af Um arxopaBta ?leal of the tra?ks. All live or the riders wir, -n^tainl.? Silk-t! and badl.? t i.t am? I-: l Bodies Are Manglea. The btidi? s arara qnliilj gaiben-u logeiher ami a physician hurriedl.? snasasnnid, but a glance at the msngl ad toril.- skowed pta.nl? 'h?re was ) ta need Im iiiedical aid. Coroiitr it?,??cs was summoned and reached Um -? ?ne a t?-w minute* al? ii r t!:? act uleiit ?Kcuried. He look than*, of ilit ti?e bodies and had tassa atssaaM to his morgue here. ?a aerara ?a.- th?- .-oni pat t that l-ieces ol the machine were drivc.-i ?1. the pistola rod. Victim? Prominent People. HALIIMOKK. Aug. S?Fred W. ? F? Idin-r. ot Ulis ci:>. who. with his BH-in law and daughter. Mr. | snd Mrs. Fri-z Mergenibaler, and! ih'ii chauffeur, war?- killed when g 1 ?-r.n.svlvauia railroad express train j striick i heir automobil?!? near Cape May. i .v j., tonight, was a well known law-! rat ol the tity and vu associated. ?VBB. F.ank A Kurs:, als,? of Balti? more, in a contract which contetn n draining of the ?-?crglsdtl <?nd it. other large ? n'erpflBSS Mr. Mergentha!? r. ?ho was also i re.-i!? : i l'y. wa? the *"li of Ottmar Mergcn'hal? r. ?he inven '??r af -ii. M. ; Ecri'lial? r UBBfS-BBj-, -MOONSHINER?" CAUGHT. Important Raid >? Mad? in North Carolina. (fly A????>elatr-tf ?l'**1 IH'IIMAM. N. C. Ana *.?Rcveaae im?-TTs today made s raid in tfce :? ?iinialps twelve otile? frirai kere < ?Inred a asnees-hine at ill. two ot ib? awn who oprrs?ed it aad tas ?allons af i.ik-it whiskey Tke csp tbc mnwt important mad? ie . i in %?* tatas af tke raid are la-king. "?lind Tatj-ers" in Ly??a)S*>wrg HBl RO. VA- A-*sjBst ? < doaia rtsrg/v Bar vio-fetlas ?ko State asBBor la?? aaj ?? triad re ilka pciMre c?BBrt toear et'b the fo?" K. M. Wataoa. -rf |*aas ?toed m aad Cleoe? tmaiei, SI Bo. ? ? -e mm Itsaiel wa* coflvlc? he >v-<-ood charge of iBBBlBi. a Mlag-iNrer. and msy snpea ciker c?*e* have h?ea appealed. Paralyred By LigM.**, ? Aug. t.?! ??moa. wtfe <*f Hea-rv l-gmeaeai ?wwi late aa Moa tke iea?s*riBc Mr*. Jnaea I poa rtHMiata?; ?? wsa IB h?e ta at? Ib b crttSeal aaBdidaB. tm light DETERMINED 10 SECURE RETURN OF CHARLTON Italian Vice Consul Take? , Action Relative to Accused Wife Murderer. ? 11 v Asaaeaaeed it?-??) M U YoltK An?, a Porter Charl ton, ?lio i? tm? in the Jersey cm ret) nnlttng the ontoome of srooeed rigs to extradite him to liai?, will lot es.aie bavlag '" return to that ."nut;, to aaswer lor the confoeaed raurder ol bis elfe, Ma*-y Bcotl i asila Charit?, si Lahs Conto, with out a legal I.attic'. This wa made ?tell tonight h] Oartnv W Reea, the Italian rle? lonsitl, ill a ?tat?>inetii ?-.sued w sag ha called at I'rom cut or t'arvens nl hce in Jaiaoy city to tesjeJre sboaf Ihe ?ase. "I d'siie m make It cleat,'' ?aid Btgnoff Di liosa. "Ilia! the govern Baenl I represent is SSSSsg to g''1 t haillon He shall mil escape IVIul .11 Italy it we .an help It." Sigtior Di Itosa ?as assured thai Prosecutor (larrea is determined tiim lull Justice shall he done. STATE CONVENTION TODAY. North Carolina Republican? to Meet at Greentboro to Name Candidate?; iiir A?*i<?ct:it..i tasan ) CIIAitLOTTK. N. ?'. ?ag. ?.?The Ki-puhlii ans of North Carolina will nicel In s'ate couvenllon at Greens? boro to-noriow to nominate candi i ates tor the Supreme Court bench at.d the .orpora?on commission, and also to elect a successor to State ( liairn an Adams, who relire? lo ac i'lit a federal Bpi.uiiitiiient. National Coininitieetiian K. <", Duncan and Congressman I M Morehi'Hii. who represents the Fifth itistri". t. are catulldat??s for tin- state i hainnaiiship. and the hitter ?trite thai had developed over this issue has overshadowed other ipicsilons -o thnl even now. oa Ihe eve of the iiiiiMiition not a single name has iieen ni?iuioned in connection with the state olli. tag. TRAGEOYHiT CONCLAVE Two Fatally Injured at Knights] Templar Meeting. FORTY THOUSAND IN UNE! One Member is Killed Almost ?tantly and Another Expected to Die From Great Crush of Crowds Gathered at Chicago. ?tRv Aan?M-ia?ed Pi?'?.) CHICAGO ILIA. Aug. 8.?One tragic i'es'h. one accident which phv siclans say will prove fatal, and a dosen minor mishaps, due to th? irowd?. cast a shadow today over the parade of what Masons ?ay wa." the greatest number of Knltht. Tcmplar who ever formed In line in any cliy Kx.-r pt f?>r a slight thunder storm, lasting but a ?hort time, the weather during the long march was perfect, i From S o'clock when the signal M start was given, until after I pi m.. when the last kr.lgbt had passed be? fore the reviewing stand, the rh?T mometer ranged from 71 to "9 de gresa. while a cool breeze prevented '?nsiderahle discoaafort from heat among the assembled thous? ands More than t?.???? kniahls were It Im?-, while over half a million epecfaior* sat in lite huge reviewing stand occupying the entire cas? sld> of lfkhigan boulevard as far south a? Twelfth street or stood patiently along rh. line of march. Pirat Tragic Hot. The ttrsr note of the tragedy In the day came when Hermann W Greaemesa. of Chi?ago. on his way[ to Join his commander, was caught in" the "death trap" between ?wo ?sr? on T? mplar Wa? and recefvtn? tajarle? from which he died oa bis way to? the ho?in?al In the grand ??and two blocks away. >a' Mr? Cram man. unldemited for three ??ose?, while ?he scanned the march? er? for a-er bushmnd. not Pan-lag of las rteatb until ?be parade bed Senw *d .** had reach?-*! home Thoana? Market? ? knight from Foster. lad.. wa? thrown from bis borae le the parad*, and di-ruc**-*d with ha? b-*ei la ?be ?tirraip tor a block before the asista' r-eaM be ?topped. M.? Injuries FatsL At the hospital hare usalaht H itatrd Mr Harbett'a tejarles an W H Bid.ni?> n( La flirte, lad. ara* ,-i rer?*iveti ?art a a? tnjarrtes., Pear*, ot woojsb. a-ho rash. n at 'he bnaadta? bamba *r****P at latrrval? ?Ion? ounterl .? Mn F*?n TH? WKATHK? owen Wednesday or Wad- j ly night; Thureday fair i southwest winds. ? ?. ? -tl PRICK1 TWOCKNTb FIREMEN CAUGHT IN SHOWER OE BRICK ? ? > Walls Tumble Down While Big Blaze is Fought in Boston. - -. ? OVER MILLION DOLLARS IN PROPERTY IS BURNED Wholesale Lumber District? In City and Building? on Both Sida of Street Are Swept in the Conflagr?. tlon?Three Story Tenement Block d is Included in the Ruins. (By A**octal?xl -rress.1 IIOS ION, MASS. Ann. ???A loss if upward? of 11.lino.tKX? was caused tt'iiiitlit by s lire In the wholesslo l-iinber districts. Starting from un SBOBra cause in the lumber yard? of linchar i Shepard. at tke corner of l>ovcr and Albany streeiu. the blase ataaasad early proportions of such magnitude that a Relierai alarm?the ?ral sounded in this city since 1872? followed within ten minutes of the ftrM ii.irni. Tka Bra extended along both side.? ?f Albany street and from llover -i.i on ihe east side, burning out the bulidlnga and ten million feet of lumber Batted on Un- fort point chan? nel docks of i be Blacker A Shepard Company, and on_tlic w?st side ex itiitltiia- m the Tnayer street public play grounds. Hra brick buildings on tka west >;??<? of Albany street were destroyed. These include a Ihr?e story teiiciu?-nt l.ltitk. tour wood working . factori?'?! i?nd the Hoston lire department police siatiou. It was estimated that the Blacker .-- Shepard Company'? loas would be upward? of |3iX?.0i?fr. The Boston fire department'? damage on the ro I air ship and it? contents was estl n-ated to he sbout $150,000. The Are called out practically J?H I lie Bostcn Are departments, togetli'-r - -a itti large numbers of men and num? erous nieces af apparatus from near? by citieJ. Five firemen were caught in a .?[lower ol bricks and burning ember? Alien the rear wall of the I'at-.i build ii-i?. a woodworking establishment, 1 uckled and fell. The men war?- nil named, but Hermaii Kdward O'Con ::ell is scno'N'y injured "FANS" mm BEAR IHE EXPENSE Subscription for Benefit of Pitcher Simpson Started by Capt. Stuart. Within Afeen minute? after Pitcher William A. Simpson, of the North End learn, broke his. right aim while pitching in the Newpor News-Man chcst?T game on the Casino ground? yesterday sfternoon. s subschption had been started among the "fan? ' to m-sist the ';nfr>rtunate player in bear? ing the ex|?ense to which he wiii he put sa the result of 'he accident Col? lector of iustottTs J K. B Stuart sug? gested the pis-i and the eethusPrm which it was received by those who heard abcut it during the afternoon gives sseursnce that the baseball lov? ing por ion of the pubijc will respond liberally. Captain Stsart s idea w?? that Simpson should not bn permitted to besr the financial burden Incident to an accident under such c|rrua??tancee, anai be s? ggested to friend? who keg hot n sifting oear him In tke grand? stand -bat ? inn of ssoaey he riised by s "?trilisr" ?uhscrtptlOB aasoag the Tan.? " He Irtit up the grs? ?toiler aad laiBMdlateK several others were fotth ce?BSB|K. ias\ night -UaasaPT Churle* Powell, of ?jm\,North ?ad tesei. "w?k rhtr?re of tke e>?b*rnp(iOB bat ?ad had blanks pr?par?e, Tkeae Wanks will he etr ealBBag ft-?av. aad it la espected test a aliastderaMe aeai w? he raU thoaaps tke W tgtaal ptaa was to hive a gaBar aifcwrtptloo tb so irasiaiimi or -atBissaas, eayaaa e?BB ga?e ajrhB? he c???,* So Ti-ca?urer ?rtiVsij-ni H-BBftat, be North Knd **? Ati.1 wU! beadle the mapry *asaermtsvmm will he roretrr? by Mr H-nkc tata l?>i*?s-e*l or at Tke Daily Presa ?*? Pre PMspaam will not b? ?ble o play kadi Ttw seiaeaa. sad he ?a-fl. ?? rillBBBl if Bl ?Me te aft*'? He a\n met or mka* to war? at ftsa traev ?. ? aoaldVr Bsr t ?