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Fair and nd warm tonigh tonight tonightand I l e Times News ews Is Told ToldBriefly Todtlnd Toldand
I and tomorrow light to tofreh tofresh b h t ton U
I fresh fre h westerly winds vlndsNUMBER ug 1 ° t m 7 7 t L3 d Briefly B rIel 1 j But B ut Completely CompletelyNUMBER G CompletelyNUMBER omplele 71 I
Construction Put Upon In Informal lhformal Informal ¬
formal Expression From FromState FromState FromState
State Department Con Concerning Concerning Concerning ¬
cerning Bnai Brith Peti Petition Petition Petition ¬
INTEREST IS INTENSE INTENSEAdministration INTENSEAdministration INTENSEAdministration
Administration Administration Feels That ThatEntire ThaiEntire ThatEntire
Entire Question of Inter International International International ¬
national Amity Is Involv Involved Involved Involved ¬
ed and at Issue IssueAffairs Issuealrs IssueAfjaIrs
Affairs alrs between Russia and the United UnitedStates UnitedStrtes UnitedStates
States as as a result of the Kishinev inci incident Incldcnt incident ¬
dent are rapidly rapldl reaching the acuto acutestage acutosln acutostnge
stage stngeTho stageTho sln e eTho
Tho Russian government through thr 1Igh Its Itsembassy Itscmhass itsembassy
embassy cmhass in Washington ashlngton has authorized authorizedthe authorizedtile authorized authorizedthe
the statement in most positive terms termsthat termstllat termsthat
that It has not In any way offered any anyoflicial an anofficial anyoflieial
official explanation to the United States Statesregarding Stalesregnrdlng Statesregarding
regarding the treatment of her Jewish Jewishstbjecto Jewishsubjects Jewishbjecte
subjects bjecte and has never addressed the theAmerican theAmrlean theAmerican
American Government Gdv rnment on the subject subjectFurthermore sUbjocLFurthermore subjectFurthermore
Furthermore she declares emphatic emphatically emphatically emphatically ¬
ally she will refuse to receive from any anypower anypower anyPower
power any representations petitions or orcommunications orcommunications orcommunications
communications touching to chlng upon her In Internal Interanl internal ¬
ternal affairs This of course means meansthat meansthnt meansthat
that she will not accent accellt the Jewish pe petition petition petition ¬
tition which the President has decided decidedto decidedto decidedto
to send to Russia through the American Americanembassy Americanembass Americanembassy
embassy embass In St Petersburg PetersburgWill PetersburgWill PetersburgWill
Will Not Influence President PresidentRussias PresidentRusslas PresidentRussias
Russias declaration that she will not notreceive notrecehe notreceive
receive the petition will not In the theleast theleast theleast
least influenco the President or cause causehim causehim causehim
him to change his determination determination in tho thomatter thomatter thumatter
matter Even against the advice and andcounsel andcounsel andcounsel
counsel of several memborso members of his Cabi Cabinet Cabl11et Cabinet ¬
net he has firmly firml resolved zesolved to send the theaddress th thaddrcss theaddress
address to SU Sl Petersburg and nd to follow followhis tollowhis followbis
his plan heretofore outlined of having havingcither havingeither havingeither
either Ambassador McCormick or in his hisabsence hisabsence hisabsence
absence the charge daffaires ascertain ascertainIrora ascertAintrom ascertainfrom
from the foreign tO lgn office whether or not notthe notthe notthe
the Russian government will 1l1 receive it itIf ItU ItIf
If It does not receive the address as asis asIs asIs
is now intimated there is IJn i8 nci nothing ping more morethat moretlJat morethat
that the President Ptcald nt can do doMay doDray doMay
May Impair Relations RelationsThe Re1ationsThe Relationsy
y The matter however will probably to tdsome tosome t tsome
some extent impair the friendly rela relations relations relations ¬
tions betwoon this thl Government Go rnment and the theUnited theUnited thetntted
United States It is stated upon au authority authority authority ¬
thority that the only reason why the thepetition thopetitfon thepetition
petition has not already alread been forwarded forwardedis
is that the address has not been furnished fur furnished furnished ¬
nished to the State Department by the thepetitioners thepetlUontrs thepetitioners
petitioners petitionersIt
It will be recalled that the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee of the Bnal Brltb when before beforetho betoretho beforethe
tho President and Secretary Hay stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that it would attempt the work of pro procurlnl procuring
curing signatures only In case this Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment decided to transmit tho paper paperto paperto paperto
to the Czar CzarThe CzarTbe CzarThe
The Stato Department will give no noheed 110heed noheed
heed to the statement authorized for forpublication forpublication forpublication
publication by the Russian goyornrnvnt goyornrnvntthat gOlornmlntthat govornmentthat
that It will not not receive roeeivethe the addroen or orthat orthat orthat
that It has not made any representation representationto
to the United State upon the subject of ofof otor ofof
of the Kishnev I < leh1c matter matterRegarded matterRegarded matterRegarded
Regarded as as RemarkableThe Remarkable
The departments dcpartm nt5 regard this method methodof
o of making a statement to tho American AmericanGovernment AmertcnGovernnent AmericanGovernment
Government as somewhat remarkable remarkableespecially remarkablacspeciay remarkableespecially
especially when by efforts which arc nreccnsJdercd arcconsidered
considered as the reverse of friendlY friendlYit
it has ha Bought to make China join in fabreaking inbreaking 111br
breaking br aklnc the plf plighted stated faith of all the thepowers thepowCrs thepowers
powers as to the open op < tn door in Man 3lanchuria Inn Innchurla
churla and bas endeavored to bar fur turpeople furpeople ur urpople
people from access to the Manchuriantrade Manchurian Manchurinntrade 18nchurllntra
trade tradeCount tra tradeCount < e eCotnt
Count Cassini the Russian ambassador ambassa ambassador ambasaador ¬
dor denied himself to t newspaper cor correspondents corrupondenta correspondents ¬
respondents this morning sending word wordthat wordtha wordtta
tha that he waa wa wu ill in the hands of his doc d c ¬
tor and suffering from the effects of the
Aroused Deep Interest InterestThe Intet InterestThe Gt GtTho
The statement statessentlereed Issued by the Stato De Department Department Department ¬
partment at a late hour last night and andbtarlnjc andbatin andbearing
bearing batin upon the relation between this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country and Ud Russia haM naturally naturallyarouned naturallyarouflfd naturallyaroused
aroused the deepest d > e1011t Intermit in diplortatlc diplo diplomatic Iplo IplottatJc ¬
matic circles Irelf here h ro Jt Ita Is s recognized o ognllod as asthe asth asthe
the th first expression of the th American AmericanGovernments AmericanGovrnments AmericanGovernments
Governments dislike of Russian meth methods methods methods ¬
ods which bas increased rapidly since gincoCuatiseed sinceContinual IDce IDceColitiBlHd
Continual on ThfnT Page PageWEATHER lqeWEATHER IageWEATHER
Fair weather With continued high hightemperature hll5btempernture hhtemperature
temperature Is 1 probable for tonight and andtomorrow aDdtomorrow andtomorrow
tomorrow in all 11 portions portio of the Wacfc Wacfcington WasltinRton 1 1InKton
ington toroea forecast t District < < except exee t in eastern east eastern e st strn ¬
ern rn New ew York where showers aro probable prob probable probable ¬
able this thl afternoon and in the lower lowerLake loworLake lowerLake
Lake region where thunder storms are areIndicated areJndketNI areindicated
Indicated for tomorrow tomorrowImportant tomorrowImplrtant tomorrowImportant
Important temperature changes are aronot nronot arenot
not anticipated anticipatedTEMPERATURE nnt antctatedTEMPERATURE J = lted ltedTEIIPERA
9 n m 86
12 a m noon t ill
J a m 02
12 2 noon 88 88L IiCL 96tpm
L tpm p m 97 97THE 97THB 97111 97111THU
THE SUN SUNSun SUlISunsets SUASunsets
Sun Sunsets sets today t A 748 p m mSuii mSt mStu
Suii St U rises tomorrow tomorrow420 421 am amTIDE a m mTIDB mTIDE
HlRh HI ft tide today 206 a m mHlpb mIUJb mNigh
Nigh tide U n tomorrrw temorr w2 2 10 am 312 p hi hiw mw m mL
L w tide tl < le tomorrowO30 tomorrow 3 30 a ra zr45 045 p m
Shamrocks Sh lnrocks to Go Over Tri Triangular Tringnlar Triangular ¬
angular Course Today TodayLIPTON TodayLIPTON TodayLIPTON
Constitution Con titution Meets With Accident in inHer inHer inHer
Her Race With Reliance Relianceacd Re1ianceard Relianceand
and Columbia ColumbiaHIGHLANDS ColumbiaHIGHLANDS ColumbiaHIGHLANDS
HIGHLANDS N J July July2Thc 2 2The The finewesterly fine finewesterly finewastert
westerly wastert breeze which has been blowing blowingover blowingover blowingover
over the Highlands since yesterday ycsterdny afternoon af afternoon nCternoon ¬
ternoon promises to be a wholesail wholesailbreeze whol wholesailbreeze sal1 sal1breoze
breeze for todays trial races between betweonthe betweenthe betweentho
the two Shamrocks ShamrocksThe ShamrocksThe ShamrocksThe
The tug Cruiser added another boat to toLiptons toLlptons toLiptons
Liptons fleet this morning when It Itanchored Itanchored Itanchored
anchored a barge which she towed from fromNew tromNe fromNew
New Ne York to be used as a general work workshop workshop workshop ¬
shop in the racing season seasonShamrock season seasonShamrock JeasonShamxock
Shamrock Leaves Anchorage AnchorageIt
It was 920 oclock before Shamrock ShamrockIII ShamrockUIleft
III UIleft left her anchorage at Tompkinsvillo Tompkinsvilloia
ia tow of the tug Cruiser for Sandy SandyKcok Snnd SnndHcok SandyHook
Hook Bay where she arrived < l about 1060 1050a
a m nf The yacht Erin with Sir Thomas TfiomasLipton TnomasLxton ThomasLipton
Lipton and party on board arrived at attho attho atthe
tho Hook at 11 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The wind held strong In the morning morningand morningnnd morningand
and at ni11 11 oclock it was eighteen miles milesan milesnn milesan
an nn hour beating up the water into tn o huge hugefoamy hugefoamy hugefoamy
foamy seas It was one of those strong strongsmoky f rjrongrooky rong rongmoky
smoky southwesters which brought with withit withIt withit
it bushels of haze and mist which whichmakes whichmnkes whichmakes
makes It difficult for skippers to pick upthe up upthe tipthe
the marks Brentons light vessel could couldJust coutiJust couldJust
Just be seen s een from shore shoreOver shoreOve shoreOver
Over Ove Triangular Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe
The regatta committee Bald early this thismorning thismornIng thismorning
morning that it would send the yachts yachtsover yachtsover nchts nchtsover
over a triangular course courseReliance courseRellancc courseReliance
Reliance Columbia and Constitution Constitutionloft CODStltUU CODStltUUloU Constitutionloft
loft Narrngansett Bayat 1130 and stood stoodout stoodout stood stoodout
out out to sea on the thestarboard starboard tack with withmalnsrvl withmainsal Uh Uhmalna
malnsrvl malna l staysail jib and jib Ib topsails topsailsst topsailsSL topsailshet
st SL The big fellows kited their smallest smallestclub smallestclub smallestclub
club topsails aloft today because becau c of tho thoheavy thoheav theheavy
heavy heav wind Ind As they the moved out Into Intotho Intotbe Intothe
the sea they heeled to that their lee leerails Icorails lcoraUs
rails wero ero awash awashShortly nwashShortl awashShortly
Shortly Shortl after the start It appeared appearedthat appearllthat appearedthat
that something had happened to Consti Constitution ConsUtutlon Constitution ¬
tution and it looked from BrentonTa BrentontsPoint BrentonTaPoint 15 15Point
Point as if It she had carried away away aqr aqrpeak h hpcak hqrpeak <
peak halyards The peak of hor main mainBail mallsail mainsail
sail is flapping idly In the wind and her hermainsail herI hermainsail
mainsail maln n Is being quickly gathered in bv bvthe bythe t tthe
I the crew The gaff Is being lowered and andi nndher andher
i her head sails are being taken in inPRESIDENT InPRESIDENT inPEIBEMT
ro fXGHANGE I Cir CirMackay r r ESSAGES ESSAGESMackay
j Mackay Rushes Preparations for forFourth forFourthJf forFourth
Fourth FourthJf of Df Juiy JulyOYSTER JuiyOYSTER j jOYSTER
j OYSTER BAY N Y July 2 2Samuel 2SamuelXelson 2SamuelNelson Samuel SamuelNelson
Nelson Hinkley an old fdlogc clloge friend of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the President Is at Sagamore Hill today todayHe todayHe todayHe
He arrived on the 1220 p m train trainand trainand trainand
and took lunch with the family fnmlJ of tlePresident the thej tePretldcnt
j President PresidentClarence PretldcntI PresidentClarence
i I Clarence W Mackay head of the thePacific thoPaclnc thePacific
Pacific Cable Company who was to have havjvisited hay havevisited
I visited the President today to a telephoned telephonedlate telophonelllnte telophonedlate
late last night that ho would be unable unableto unableto
to come on account of an unexpected unexpectedI unexpeclclrush unexpectedrush
I rush of work connected with the eom fomplotion eomplotlon eomplotlon
plotlon of the line to Manila and the theI thepreparations thepreparations
I preparations for the President and Governor Gov Governor Governor ¬
ernor Taft to exchange messages on Sat Saturday Snturda Saturday ¬
urday urdayThe urda urdaThe urdayThe
The cable wires have been installed in inSecretary inSecretary inSecretary
Secretary Loebs Lo < Ibs office and today or to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow the sending and receiving in intrumcnts Instruments Instruments
struments will be put inFATAL in inFATAL InFATAL
ROANOKE Va July 2 2There There was a aheadon aheadon aheadon
headon collision between two freight freighttrains lrelghttrlnJ freighttrains
trains on the Virginia and Southwestern SouthwesternRailway SouthwesternRallwa SouthwesternRailway
Railway Rallwa near Venable siding last night nightFireman nighFireman nightFireman
Fireman L II Fain aged twentYfive twentyflvewas twentyfivewas
was w was s instantly ID8tantl killed and Engineer R RC RClower RC
C Chewers received injuries which will willprove willprove willprove
prove fatal Both lived at Bristol and andhave andhaTo andhave
have families there Engineer Sumtor Sumtorand SumttJrand Sumterand
and Fireman Bondurant who were on onthe onthe anthe
the eastbound train Jumped as did two twobrakemen twor
r brakemen all of incur escaping with withslight withalight withslight
slight injuries The trains met on a ai asharp asharp
i sharp curve and the engines were werewrecked werewr werewrecked
wrecked wr ckod Tho accident is attributed to tothe totho tothe
the misreading ml rO1dlng of orders ordersCZAR ordorsCZAR ordersCZAR
LONDON LO DO DON = July 2 The Central CentralNews CentrnlNews CentralNews
News St Petersburg Ptter bur1 correspondent correspondentsays
says that the Czar has abandoned his hisproposed hilipropoaod hisproposed
proposed visit to the King of Italy The TheCzar Th6Czar Theczar
Czar and Czarina will instead spend spendthe spendthe speadthe
the autumn hi the Crimea CrimeaSTORM CrimenSTORM CrimeaSTORM
MEXICO CITY July 2 2Adlcos Advices from fromGuadalajara fromGuadalajara
Guadalajara say that that city was visit visited visited 18It ¬
ed by one of tho severest storms and andfloods andfloods
floods in Its history Many buildings ar are areroported j jreported
roported to have been destroyed but butonly butonly
only one casualty is announced
Annual Meeting of nirectors Direc Directors Directors ¬
tors Held Hel < l Here H rc Today TodayNOW ToduJNOW TodayNOW
Work of Construction is to Be Pushed PushedFrom PushedF PushedFrom
From F om This This Time on o onPresident onPresidentLoree0alks President PresidentLoree PresidentLoree
Loree Loree0alks Loree0alksThe Talks TalksThe TalksThe
The annual meeting of the Washing WaRhlngton Washington Washington ¬
ton Terminal Ter lnnl Company which is to con construct construct construct ¬
struct the now union station and ter terminals 1ermlnals ierminals ¬
minals at a a cost of 14000000 was hold holdtoday holdtoday holdtoday
today in the office of George E Hamilton Hamil Hamilton H mll mllton ¬
ton In the Century Building BuildingPresident BUildingPresident BuildingPresident
President Loree of the t e Baltimore and andOhio nndOhio andOhio
Ohio Rnllroa Railroadfwho who has been the presi president prcsldent presldent ¬
dent of the terminal company for the thelast tholast thelast
last year came over from the Menu Monumental llonumental Menumental ¬
mental City with Uh the Baltimore directors direc directors directors ¬
tors early in the morning on a special spacialtrain specialtrala specialtrain
train He presided at the mooting mootingThe mootingThe meetingThe
The stock of the company is Is divided dividedEqually dhIdcdqually dividedequally
Equally qually between the th Baltimore and Ohio Ohioand Ohioand Ohioand
and the Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadOfficers RailroadOfficers RailroadOfficers
Officers Alternate AlternateThe AlternateThe AlternateThe
The agreement nnder which tho company com company comp ¬
pany p ny is operating is that the control controlshall controlshall controlshall
shall alternate between the two com cornpa companies companies
pa panies riles and under this agreement It was wasarranged wusarranged wasarranged
arranged arranged that President Cassatt dassatt should shouldsucceed shouldsucceed shouldsucceed
succeed President Loreo at the head of ofthe atthe ofthe
the terminal company companyThe compaIYTh companyThe
The Th meeting was executive and last lasted lasted ¬ I Icd
ed only a few minutes The reports roportsthe on onthe on onthe
the work already done wore submitted submittedand submittedand submittedand
and the plans for the new ne station and andterminals andterminals
I terminals were gone over ov r again againAfter ngalnAftcr againAfter
After the meetings all of those present presentboarded prosentboard presentboarded
boarded board d the train and went to Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more where a second meeting is to be behr beheld beheld
hr held Id When asked what action had been beentaken beentaJtcn beentaken
taken at the meeting President Loree Loreesaid Loreesaid Loreesaid
said that nothing important had trans transpired tranBplred transpired ¬
Will Rush Work WorkThe WorkThe WorkThe
The meeting was required by the thecharter thechater thecharter
charter he said and all there was to be beBald besId besaid
Bald had already been made public publicConcerning publicConcernIng publicConcerning
Concerning the work on the new tor terminals tormltl1a torminr11s ¬
minals it was said that all of the titles titlesto tltlost
to t > property needed had been acquired acquiredand acquiredand acquiredand
and that from now on the work of con construction contru construction ¬
struction tru t1cn would be ruglied rugliedJt rusnedIt ru8liedlt
Jt It was reported at the mooting that all allprfcllmJrfary allprtlImtxlar allprelimitfnry
prfcllmJrfary work had been completedA8E completed completedAil completedAUTOMoBILE
C t J Lockwoods Effort to Prevent Preventj PreventEnforcement PreventEnforcement
j Enforcement of Regulations RegulationsThe Regulati ns nsThe
The case of Carl J J Lockwood against againsttho againsttho againstthe
tho Commissioners Commlulonerli which is IsJent generally generallyknown generallyknown > ral1y ral1yknown
known an the automobile case came up upfor 11Pfor upfor
for hearing today toda before Justice Gould GnulilMr Gault1ir GouldMr
Mr ir Ix Iockwooel > ckwood seeks to tl restrain rt > 8traln the Com Commissioners ComI ComImissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners from putting imo effect the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed automobileregulations automo 1teregulatlo s He ha hafiled has hasfiled I Ifile
filed file < ltwo two petitions in the Supreme Court Courtof Courtof I IoC
of the District with practically the same samepurpose sam samepurpose 1 1purpose
purpose In view viewJustice viewI viewJustice
Justice Gould heard argument on one onepetition onepetition onepetition
petition some ome time 300 a o The court will willannounce willannounc willannounce
announce announc it its decision in reference to toboth toboth toboth
both petitions > etltlon8 at the same time timeMr timelr timeMr
Mr lr Lockwood is represented by Lam Lambert Lambert Lambert ¬
bert l Baker and the Commissioners by byCorporation byCorporation byCorporation
Corporation Counsel Duvall and Assist Assistant Asslstant Assistant ¬
ant Counsel E II Thomas ThomasBRIDE ThomasBRIOE ThomasBRIDE
DESERTS l NO NO1 FOR NO 2 2Plymouth 2Plymouth
1 1Plymouth
Plymouth Girl GirlllIarrie Marries and Sends Fare Farewell Farewell Farewell ¬
WILKESBARRE Pa July Jul 2 21Iu 21IuEmily 2MissEmily Mls MlsEmily
Emily Hutchinson created a sensation in inPlymouth 11Plymouth isPlymouth
Plymouth by deserting deBcrtln the man she was wasengaged wnnengaged wasengaged
engaged to marry marr and wedded another anotherCards anoth anotherCards I ICards
Cards had been issued for or her marriage marriageto marrIR marrIRto
to Chester Ronahaw a wellknown young youngresident younKresident youngresident
resident Extensive preparations had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been made for tho wedding which was wasto wafSlo wasto
to have been a church affair and to have havetaken havetal havetaken
taken tal en place this evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The prospective bridegroom spent the thabetter th thbetter thebetter
better part of yesterday looking after aftorthe aft afterthe r rtho
the floral decorations The Th bride had hadhor hadher hsdher
her troisoau ready and last evening Rentitaw Ren Renlmw Rencllftw
cllftw lmw gave a farewell supper to his hi male malefriends mal malfrlonds malefriends
friends friendsBut frlondsBut friendsBut
But nil his hopes were shattered when whenthe whenthc whenthe
the mail brought a t letter to him from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the woman ho was W engaged to marry marrylost marryJnst marrylast
lost evening eveningThe eveningTho eveningThe
The contents are arons ns follows followsDear to1l0W8Dear followsDear
Dear Chester I hope you OU will for forglvo fo foglvQ forgive
give me for what I have ha done but I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think it is all for the beet I told you I Idid Idid Idid
did not n t love you enough to marry you youbut Joubut youbut
but you ou did not seem to care I am sorry sorrythat aorr aorrthat sorrythat
that you ou and I must part but by b the thetlmo thelimo thetime
limo you ou receive this I will be marriod marriodForgive mArrlodForgive marriodForgive
Forgive me and goodby DAISY DAISYThe DAISYTho DAISYThe
The mother of the young womnn was wasapprised wasapprised wasapprised
apprised of the marriage m rrlage of her daughter daughterto
to another in the following telegram telegramMarried tele telegramMarried am amMarried
Married Richard 5 oclock this after afternoon afternoon 1fternoon ¬
noon Rev Jones Wilkvsbarre Leave Leavefor Leav Leavfor Leavefor
for Toronto 630 Will write you youDAISY youD1TSY ou ouD
I I II Miss Hutchinson came to this city late latoyootoVday lat latostotdn lateyostolday
i yootoVday ostotdn evening and met Richard RichardThomas RlchujThomas RlcharuThomas
i Thomas After procuring a marriage marriagelicense marrlag6Hcensc marriagelicense
i license they tho went to the residence > of ofRev o onovo ofRov
j Rev Dr II L Jones and ware re married marriedThey 1I1 marriedThey rrlcd rrlcdThey
They left lea on on n th the first train for Canada Canadav
Two Victims of the Intense IntenseHeat IntenseHeat IntenseHeat
Thermometer Theimo ctcr Registers Regist rs v Over g 97 Dogrees Do Degrees Dogrees ¬
grees grees at i oClock and Still StillGoing StillGoing StillGoing
Going Up UpA UpA UpA
A heatprostration hca pro8traUon yesterday and an another another another
other this morning proved that Washington Washington Washing Washington ¬
ton is now in the midst of of a hot wave wavewhich wavewhich
which promises to more more than compensate compensatefor
for the coldness coldncssand and dreariness of the thepast thepnst thepast
past June JuneWilliams JuneUUams JuneWilliams
Williams UUams Gaskins a negro fortyflve fortyflveyears tortyfivoyears fortyfiveyears
years old was as overcome by the beat beatwhile b heatwhile at atwhUe
while at work at Twelfth and Detroit DetroitStreets DetroitStreets DetroitStreetsthls
Streetsthls Streets this morning and was removed removedto
to the Emergency Hospital His condi condition condltlon condition ¬
tion Is not serious seriousProstrated scrlousProstrated seriousProstrated
< Prostrated by HeatThomas Heat HeatThomas HeatThomas
Thomas HIghfleld Igh eld an aged inmate of ofthe ofthc ofthe
the Soldiers Sold19rs Home at Hampton Va Vawho Vawho Vawho
who was was prostrated by the heat In Judlciary Ju Judiciary JudlclJ1 ¬
diciary dlclJ1 Square yesterday is reported reportedhotter reportedbottu reportedbetter
hotter at the Casualty Hospital today todayHo todayHo todayHo
Ho will w11lprobably probably be discharged from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the institution tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The thermometer rose with discour discouraging dlscournglng discouraging ¬
aging steadiness ail the morning and at
1 p m registered 97 degrees in front of ofThe otThe ofThe
The Times Building BuildingAt
At 9 a m it registered 92 in front of ofthe ofthe
the building and andat at a t noon 96 G The as asphalt a5phalt asphalt
phalt was soft and and an unwilted collar collarwar collarWar collarwar
war a rarity which provoked comment commentUp commentUp commentUp
Up at the Weather e ther Bureau where wherethey wherethe wherethey
they the place their thermometer th thermometer crmometcr in the ice icebox Icebox iceboi
box the official figures given out were wereS5 wereS5
S5 degrees at 9 a m 91 at noon and 92 92at 92at 92at
at 1 p m Tho official figures arc all allright allright allright
right in their way but it is The Times Timesfigures TImesfigures Timesfigures
figures which show the suffering of the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public publicSTILL publicSTILL publicSTILL
The Federal grand Jury was in ses session session session ¬
sion today in the City Hall but no nowitnesses novitne8603 nowitnesses
witnesses wcrc we werr examined in connection connectionwith connectionwIth connectionwith
with the PostiSfllce PO t ffi e investigations As Assistant AsI Assisfant ¬
sistant I nt District D Dtstrtofi str O Attorney Att rncy Taggart Taggart who whoIs wh9 ohois
Is in charge eharcAl ehare jjl q Ppslotnce 9s9mcc cases spenttho spent spenta pent penttho
tho iiay aj going certain er ID papers with witha
a Postofflce Inspector InspectorIEEIS lnst1ectorMEETS
SHE f IQURNED i iMissourian AS OEADMissourian OEAO OEAOMissourian
Missourian Returns From Manila ManilaDespite ManilaD ManilaDespite
Despite D pite Department Report ReportCHICAGO ReportCHICAGO ReportCHICAGO
CHICAGO JUlY 2 2Rlchard Richard Anderson Andersonreported Andersonreported Andersonreported
reported by the Government as is having havingdiod havingdlod havingdied
died in n Manila and Mrs Irs Henry Hage Hageman Hageman
man m an father and daughter met face to toface tolace
face In a waiting room of the Libby LlbbyMcNoill Llbb LibbyMctietil
McNoill Libby plant at the stock stockyards stockyards
yards yesterday yesterdayWhen yesterday yesterdayWhen yesterduVhcn
When the SpanishAmerican war was wason wason wason
on Anderson became a member of Company Com Company Company ¬
pany C Missouri Volunteers from St StJoseph SL SLJo StJoseph
Joseph Jo eph Mo The War nr Department re reported reported reported ¬
ported his death nt Manila in 1899 The Themother Themother Themother
mother being already dead Miss Il5s Ander Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
son decided to go to Germantown Pa Pawhore Pawhore Pawhere
whore she had an only aunt Soon after aCterher afterher i iher
her arrival there her relative died and andshe andshe andshe
she was left alone in the world worldMiss worldMiss
Miss Anderson wont to work In Phila Philadelphia PhlJadolphin Phifadelphin ¬
dolphin whore she met and later married mar married married ¬
ried Henry Hageman They Tho were In InChicago InChicago inChicago
Chicago yesterday on their honeymoon honeymoonand honemoonand honeymoonand
and went to the thestocl stock yards to see one oneof oneqC oneof
of qC the sights of the city cityThere cityThero cityThere
There Mr Anderson her father hnd hadJust hndjust hndjust
Just arrived a few hours previously with witha
a load of ofcattle cattle from his place in Mis Missouri Missouri 115 115saud ¬
souri souriThere saudThtrc souriThere
There recognition was Instantaneous Instantaneousand
and the meeting Joyful Last night a ahappy ahappy ahappy
happy trio departed for the old home homenear homenenr homenear
near St Joseph Mo 10 Mr Anderson ex explained explnined j jplained
plained that the Government Governm > nt had M Mhim 11him crhim
him with another Anderson who had hadbeen hadbeen i ibeen
been transferred tr transferred nsferre from another company companyInto companyInto companyinto
Into his and who had died of fever feverKAISER teerKAISER feverKAISER
A Phenomenon About Which I Reserve ReserveJudgment ReserveJudgment ReserveJudgment
BERLIN July 2 2An An utterance of ofKalaer ofKalllJer ofKaiser
Kalaer Wilhclm l1hclm regarding the Social Socialist Social1st Socialtat ¬
tat victory at the recent general g > neral electfons elec elections eloctlems ¬
tions is causing cauani causn a hot discussion His Hismajesty HismajoRty Illsmajesty
majesty said saidTho saidTho saidThe
Tho Socialist movement is a phenomenon phe phenomenon phenomonon ¬
nomenon about which I reserve lutlrment Judg Judgment Iud Iudment ¬
ment The present is not the right Elmo Umoto tJmcto Elmoto
to take ta Ite action against it itThis ItThis itThis
This statement is in sensational contrast con rcntrast In Intust
trast to his previous denunciation donun lallon nn anti aedsuggests antisuggests < 5 5suggests
suggests that the startling growth of ofthe ottlle ofthe
the Socialist party has impressed thewideawake the thewideawake th thwideawnlte
wideawake Emperor with the neccst neceattltv neceattltvof Itv Itvof
of coinng oom coming ng to terms with it itCUNARD ItCUNARD itCUNARD
LIVERPOOL LIV LIVIC IiRPO RPOOL OL July Jul 2 2The The Cunard CunardSteamship CunnrdSf CunardSteamship
Steamship Sf enm hlp Companys notice of with withdrawal wIthdrawal withdrawal ¬
drawal from the North Atlantic confer conferonce conteronce conferonce
once goes into effect today todn The com company comptny company ¬
pany is I now free to arrange independent independentrates Independentrates independentrates
rates and Railings A A rate war how howovor howoor howover
over is not considered likely JUeol
AND MOTHER MOTE MAY UIESeriously DIESeriously DIE DIESeriously
Seriously Injured Trying to toSave toSave toSave
Overturned Gasolene Stove in Israel IsraelSerrates Israel5errat IsraelSenates
Senates 5errat s House the Cause of the theCatastrophe tbeCatastrophe theCatastrophe
Catastrophe CatastropheBefore CatastropheBefore CatastropheBefore
Before the gaze iOzeot of a horrorstricken horrorstrickencrowd borrorstrlck1crowd horrorstrickencrowd
crowd helpless to save him sixyear sixyearold slxycarold sixyearold
old Morris Serrate was burned to death deathshortly deathshortl deathshortly
shortly shortl after 10 oclock this morning in ina Ina ina
a fierce fire that damaged the grocery groceryand groccyand groceryand
and dwelling of his father Israel Ser Serrate Serrate Serrate ¬
rate at 213 Third Street southwest In Jna Ina Ina
a vain attempt to rescue her son Mrs MrsFanny MrsFanny MrsFanny
Fanny Serrate was seriously burned burn d and andmay nodma andmay
may ma die from her injuries The flames flameswere flameswere Jameswere
were started by the overturning of a agasolene agasolene agasolene
gasolene stove and caused a loss esti estimated etttlmated estimated ¬
mated at 100The 100 100The 100Thc
The boy was on the second floor of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building when the flames broke out outHearing ouLHearing outHearing
Hearing the warning cry of his mother motherho motherhe motherhe
he rushed to the stairway stahwa as a an ave avenue avenue avenue ¬
nue of escape only to find the hall and andstairs nndstairs andstairs
stairs a mass of flames flamesRoasted flamesRoasted flamesRoasted
Roasted to Death DeathAlmost DeathAlmost DeathAlmost
Almost overcome by b the smoke and andheat andheat andheat
heat he then hastened to a front win window window window ¬
dow all the time calling loudly for forhelp torhelp forhelp
help His cries were plainly plain heard by bya bya bya
a large crowd that had assembled in the thestreet thestICet thestreet
street A moment later he was seen to toI toappear toappear
I appear at the window Then Thentn in view vie of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the horrified spectators he was slowly slowlyburned 51 slowlyburned oWly oWlyburned
burned to death deathThe deathThe deathThe
The flames broke gut out ut in the kitchen kitchenwhile kitchenwhile kitchenwhile
while Mrs Serrate was preparing the themidday them themidday
midday m day meal The gasoleno gnsolenefstov Btove was wasaccidentally wasnscdan wasapeldontnlly
apeldontnlly accidentally nscdan l1Y upset upspk ups and an an ° d theiflre the nre ignitedsome Ignited Ignitedsome gnltpdsome
some Inflammable waterial lying nearbV nearbVIn near1hIn nearhyIn
In trying to extinguish the flames Mrs MrsSerrates MrsSerrates MrsSerrates
Serrates Serrates clothing caught fire In spite spiteof spiteof spiteof
of her terrible agony onY she attempted to 10reach toreach toreach
reach the second floor but was over overeome ovcrcome overeome
eome in her effort to run the gantlot gantletof
of fire Then she staggered from the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and was saved from instant death deathby drathby deathby
by Isaac Berman a neighbor who tore torethe torethe torethe
the burning garments from her herCharred herCharred herCharred
Charred Body Removed RemovedIn
In the meantime an alarm had been beenturned beenturned beenturned
turned in The engines engines responded quick quickly quickly quickly ¬
ly and were er on the scene in time to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent the complete destruction destr destruction ctlon of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building A ladder was quickly quick run up upto upto upto
to the second story and the charred charredbody charredbody charredbody
body of the boy was pulled from the thewindow thewindow thewindow
window by b Foreman Hooper of Truck A AWhile AhUe AWhile
While hUe the tragedy was In progress the thefather thefather thefather
father of the child was at market He Hedid Hedid Hedid
did not return home until the flames flamesld name1J flamesltd
ld 1J d been put put out and the crowd hud huddispersed b haddispersed d ddispersed
dispersed He was prostrated with grief griefwhen glewhen griefwhen
when he learned that his son had per perished perished porished ¬
ished in the flames ames and his wife perhaps perhapsfatally perhapgtatall perhapsfatally
fatally tatall burned in trying to rescue their theirchild theirchild theirchild
child childLILY childLILY childtt
Wish Clevelander to Declare Himself a aCandidate aCandidate aCandidate
Candidate for Nomination NominationCHATTANOOGA NominationCHATTANOOGA NominationCHATTANOOGA
CHATTANOOGA Tenn Wily ily 2 2Sen1 2Sen1tor 2Seantor Sena Senator ¬
tor M A Hanna will be in Chattanooga Chattanoogaon
on Saturday and Sunday Sunda Representa Representatives Ropresenthes Roprosentatives ¬
tives of the lily white party in Ala Alabama Alabama Alabama ¬
bama will call upon him for a confer conference confercnce conferonce ¬
once enceThe cnceThe onceThe
The lily whites In Alabama are op opposed opposed opposed ¬
posed to President Roosevelts position positionon
on the negro question It Is authori authoritatively authoritatively authoritatively ¬
tatively said that they thc will urgo the theSenator theSenator theSenator
Senator to make the race for the Pres Presidential ProsIdentlal Presidential ¬
idential nomination They will point pointout pointout pointout
out that the Republicans of the South Southare Southare Southare
are opposed to Roosevelt and that they theywill the thewlll thcwill
will support Hanna if he will allow his hisname hisnamc hisname
name to be used usedCOUPLES uBedCOUPLES usedCOUPLES
The name Randolph figured very veryextensively vor vorextcns1nlY veryextenslvely
extensively in n connection with a mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage recently issued by the clerk of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Supreme Court of the Diotrlct The Thecontracting Thocontrnctlng Thecontracting
contracting parties wero Leo b o Tucker TuckerRandolph TucltrRandolph TuckerRandolph
Randolph and M Louise Randolph of ofBirmingham ofBirmingham ofBirmingham
Birmingham Ala and the license was wasdirected wasdirected wasdirected
directed to the Rev Randolph H Mc McKlm McKiln McKim
Kiln who was authorized to perform performtho perCormthe performthe
the marriage ceremony ceremonySTOLE ceremonySTOLE ceremonySTOLE
For Fo the larcency larclnc of 25 in money from fromClifford tromClIfCord fromClifford
Clifford F l < Taylor Renle H McDade McDadewas McDadewas lcDaduwas
was fined 10 or thirty thlrt days In Jail in indefault Indefault indefault
default by Judge Scott in the Police PoliceCourt PollccCourt PoliceCourt
Court today todayAN todayAN todayAN
In the Police Court today toda Lewis An Andernon AndQrnon Andemon
demon was convicted of assaultingCharles assaulting assaultingCharles nssaultngCharles
Charles James In vlow of the fact factthat factthat factthat
that It appeared to be an unprovoked unprovokedassault unproyooc1assault unprovokedassault
assault Judge Scott sent Lewis down downfor downfor downfor
for six mouths
E ExCashier Cashier Would Not Re Beenter Reenter Reenter
enter Postal Service ServiceSO SericeSO Servicer
Was Informed of Plan While in Pitts Pittaburg Pittsburg Pittsburg
burg and at Once Wrote Leader Leaderof Leaderof Leaderof
of Movement MovementWhen MovementWhen MovementWhen
When the report of J J I L Bristow BristowFourth BristowFourth BristowFourth
Fourth Assistant Postmaster General on onconditions onconditions onconditions
conditions in the Washington Postofflce Postofflcewas PostoIDcewas Postotiicewas
was published and Mr rtr Bristow was waaprominently wasprominently wasprominently
prominently and persistently mentioned mentionedfor mentlonetor mentionedfor
for higher honors ia the Goverun Goverunservice Goverunservice Goveruaservice
service C C Snyder a local attorney attorneyand nttorneyand attorneyand
and other Washington men of p pnence pnence pnence
nence started a movement for the ap appointment Dppolntment appointment ¬
pointment of Seymour W V Tulloch as asFourth asFourth asFourth
Fourth Assistant Asslsta t Postmaster General or orfor ortor orfor
for his reappointment as cashier of the thelocal thotapal thelocal
local local poctofDce poctofDceThe postomceThe postolfceThe
The movement spread with Ith rapidity rapidityand rapidityand rapidityyand
and Mr Ir Snyder and Ills friends were as astonlshed s stonished a atonlshed
tonlshed at the number of citizens in inthis Inthis Inthis
this and other cities who favored their theirplan theira theirApproved theirplan
plan a
Approved Widely WidelyLetters WidelyLetters WidelyLetters
Letters were received from all direc dlrtctions directions 11rclions ¬
tions saying that as Mr Tulloch was the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first to expose the irregularities in the theWashington theWashlngton theWashington
Washington postofflce post office and as Mr Ir Bris Bristow Brl5tow Bristow ¬
tow seemed destined to be advanced the theappointment thea theappointment
appointment a polntment of a man with so intimate a aknowledge aknowledge aknowledge
knowledge of conditions would bo be a amost amost amost
most excellent Idea and would be nlgalybeneficial nighly nighlybeneficial nlghlybeneficial
beneficial to the postal service serviceThe serviceThe
The writers added that If 1 Mr Ir Bristow Bristowshould Bristowshould Bristowshould I
should not be advanced it would be only onlyfair onlyfair I Ifair
fair to reappoint Mr Ir Tulloch to the posi position position ¬
tion from which he claimed he had been beendischarged b beendischargedbecaugebeknew eD eDdlschargedJ
discharged dischargedbecaugebeknew because ecaue he eknew knew too much muchMen muc muchMen
Men Men who ho hud hudnoyer had nQO naves seen Mr T104l Talhwrote T T104lwrote lU > u uwrote I
wrote to him or to Mr 1 > Ir Snyder express expressing epraesIng expressing ¬
ing these views and urging that the thismatter thematter th thI
matter be laid before the President PresidentThe PresidentThe PresidentThe
I The authors of some someot of the letters wore worewellknown werewellknown worewellknown
wellknown businsss bun ss men to whom the theefficient theefficient ho hoI
efficient handling of the malls is roost roostimportant roostImportanL mostimportant
I important Others are said to have bo been bOJnI beenprominent m mprominent
prominent public men who acted from froma
a public spirited desire to sed the best bestpossible bostpossible bestpossible
I possible conditions prevail In the do department dopartment dopartment ¬
partment partmentAbsorbed partmentAb partmentAbsorbed
Absorbed Ab orbed in Private Business BusinessAn BusinessAn
An effort was made to reach Mr Tnl Tnlloch Tulloch Tiilloch
loch and learn his views lews but it was wasfound wasround wasfound
found that he was In Pittsburg He was wascommunicated wascommunicated wascommunicated
communicated with in that city and dndrepl a areply areply
reply repl was received yesterday yesterdayMr
Mr Ir Tulloch thanked his friends for fortheir tortheir fortheir
their efforts in his behalf but said that thatwhile thatwhile
while he dd not want w nt to be placed in inthe Inthe inthe I
the light of declining a position which whichhad whichhad i ihad
had not been offered him under no cir circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
cumstances would he consider a propo proposition proposition proposition ¬
sition to reenter the Postofflcc Department Depart Department Department ¬
ment in any nn capacity This reply has of ofcourse orcourse ofcourse
course put an end to the movement movementTEXAS movemcntTEXAS movementTEXAS
Would Restrain Electrical Workers WorkersFrom WorkersFrom WorkersFrom
From Continuing a Boycott BoycottSAX BoycottSAN
SAX ANTONIO A TO IO Tex TO July Jul 2 2Attor 2Attorney 2Attorney Attor Attorney ¬
ney General Bell and District Attorney AttorneyBee AttorneyBee I
Bee in the name of the State of Texas Texashave Texashave Texashave
1 1ngalnst
have filed the first suit ever enteredagainst entered enteredagainst
against a labor union under the antitrust antitrustlaw antttrustlax
law la seeking to recover heavy penalties penaltiesand pennltlesand penaltiesand
and asking an injunction restraining the theunions theunions theunions
unions and officers from making and andcontinuing andcontinuing andcontinuing
continuing a boycott that has been call called called called ¬
The style st le of the suit Is the State tate of ofTexas orT ofTexas
Texas T < tIlS vs s the Trades Council and anI the theElectrical th thElectrlcl theElectrical
Electrical Workers orlOrs Union of San An Antonio Antonio Antonio ¬
tonio and Paul Stoffer and other otiicerstf otfl otflcers4fcf 011 011cers
cers4fcf cers I > r the union asking for 50000 50000penalties CQOO CQOOpenalties GOOQpenaltlQS
penalties already incurred and for 50 50per r0per O Opor
per day da for each day the matter complained com complained comI ¬
plained of is continued and for an in injunction in injunction injunction ¬
I junction restraining said organization organizationfrom orsnnl11l1mfrom orgnnhatianfrom
from continuing a boycott against the thenew thenew
new business block known known as the hunt llfcrftBuilding UerllBuilding huntBuilding I
BuildingCONTRACT Building BuildingCONTRACT BuildingCON
The contract for furnishing sand and andgravel andgravel andgravel
gravel to the District for the fiscal year ear
104 was awarded by tho Commission Commissioners ¬
ers to L I E Smoot ths morning Only Onlytwo Onlytwo Onlytwo
two bids were received that of Mr MrSmoot MrSmoot UrSmoot
Smoot and one from the Columbia Na National National NatlonRl ¬
tional Sand Dredging Dred lng Company The Theprice Theprice Theprice
price agreed upon IB S5 cents per cubic cubicyard cubicarll cubicyard
yard arll for paving and concrete sand sandbuilding sandbuildIng sandbuilding
building sand and a 011 screening sand sandThe snndThe sandThe
The District uses about 11000 cubic cubicyards cubicards cubicyards
yards ards of sand annually annuallyEDWARD nnmaJlyEDV annuallyEDWARD
BELGRADE July 2 2Klnc King Edward Edwardreplylng Edwardreplying j jreplying
replying to Kin KlnfY Peters notification of ofhis ofaccession ofhis
his > accession to the throne of Servla Servlastut Serlnsutt Serviascut
stut an expression of good will and the thehope lb thehcpe I Ihtpe
hope that Peter would bring peace or ortier orclEr ortier
tier and Justice to Sorvia
Americans Hopelessly Dis Distanced Disl Distanced Di s st stanced ¬
tanced in International InternationalContest InternationalContest InternationalContestMooers
Contest ContestMooers Mooers ooers Drops DropsOut DropsOut Dr ops opsOut
Out Four Hours After the theStart theStart thetart
Start StartFoxhall StartFoxhall tart tartFoxhat
Foxhall 1 Keen Keenes e s Machine MachineWeakens MachineVeakens MachineWeakens
Weakens Near KilcuIIen KilcuIIenand Kilcullenand Kllc oiler oilerand
and He Gives lees Up p After AfterCovering AfterCovering AfterCovering
Covering Sixteen Miles Milesof Milesof Milesof
of the Distance DistanceWinton DistanceWinton DistanceWinton
Winton Starts Forty Min Minutes Minutes Mmutes ¬
utes Late But Insists Upon UponContinuing UponC UponContulum
Continuing C Contulum nthl ing Frenchman FrenchmanMakes FrencbmanMakes FrenchmanMakes
Makes Mile in Fiftythree FiftythreeSeconds FiftythreeSeconds FiftythreeSeconds
Seconds SecondsName
Name ame Nationality NationalityS aUonaUtys
S F Edge Ed Edgaholder holder of cup English EnglishRene EnglishRene EnglishRene
Rene de Khyff Knyf French FrenckPercy FrenchPerc FrenchPercy
Percy Perc Owen OwenJenatzy AmericanJenatzy American AmericanJenatzy AmericanJenatzr
Jenatzy 1 1Charles GermanCharles German GermanCharles GennanCharles
Charles Jarrott JarrottM J arrott English EnglishM
M Gabriel GabrielLouis French FrenchLouis FrenchLouis FrenchLouis
Louis P Mooers MooersBaron MooersAmerican MooersAmericanBaron American AmericanPercy AmeriemBaron
Baron Decators DecatorsJ German GermanEnglish GermanJ
J W Yo Stocks English EnglishMaurice EnglishMmrice
Maurice Farman French FrenchAlexander FrenchAle FrenchAlexander
Alexander Ale ander WintonAmerican WintonAmericanFoxhall Winton American AmericanFoxhaH AmericanFoxhall
Foxhall Keene German GermanBALLY GermanBALLY
BALLY SHANNON July 2 2Jerat Jenatzy Jenat Jenatzy
zy the German Ge a31 autoistr autoist a toist won on the th Gor Gordon Gordon ¬
don Bennett Benne t cup race ceJ according ing to toc un unefficaI u ucfficial
cfficial c cnI reckoning1 reckoning1Deknyff rc rekonin rekoninDeknyff kornpr kornprDek11yff
Deknyff the Frenchman enchm D reached the thefinish thenish thefinish
finish nish mark first at 533 but inasmuch inasmuchas iIlasmucas
as the German started fourteen min minutes mmutIS minutas ¬
utes after him the honors go to Jenatzy JenatzyBALLY JenatzyBALLY JenatzyBALLY
BALLY SHANNON Ireland July 2 2The 2The 2The
The International automobile race for forthe forthe forthe
the Gordon Bennett cup which Is to au nutomobillsts automobillsts lUtomoblUsts
tomobillsts what the Americas Cup Is to toyachtsmen toachtsmen toyachtsmen
yachtsmen achtsmen began this morning at 7 7oclock 1oclock Toclock
oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The morning dawned with ideal weath weather weather weathca ¬
er A cloudless sky and a brilliant brilliant sun sunshine sunshine sunshine ¬
shine greeted the enthusiasts enthusiasts 3y 2 2oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock in the morning people began to togather togather togather
gather outside Dublin station and when whenthe whenthe htn htnthe
the doors opened the mad international internationalcrowd InurnatlfJ internationalcrowd = t11 t11crowd
crowd fought wildly for seats In th thtrains the thetrains thetrains
trains These were dispatched in rapid rapidsuccession rapidsuccession rapidsuccession
succession until by the time the race racewas raceIns racewas
was Ins fat fairly tVl ly under un er way half a million millionspectators m1111Dspectators millionspectators
spectators were about the course courseCabmen couseCabmen courseCabmen
Cabmen Reap Harvest HarvestTho E1rvetTho EarvestThe
Tho nearest railway rallv1 station Is seven sevenmiles sev sevenmiles n nmllos
miles from the start and cabman reaped reapeda
a harvest charging 5 and 10 for a aride ar arde
which is less lessthan lesst lessthan
ride r e the regular fare for
than t an a dollar Hundreds stayed up all allnight allnight allnight
night about the course as they were wereunable wereunable wereunable
unable to obtain accommodations Others Othersslept Othersslfpt Othersslept
slept in tents furniture vans or any anywhere nlYwhere anywhere ¬
where they could find a place placeThe placeThe placeThe
The contest was between four teams teamsof teamsof
of 0 three men each representing the theLuitcd the1ulterl theUnited
United States England France and andGermany andGcman andGermany
Germany Gcman Special attention was paid paidto paidto paidto
to team toa 1 work for besides the Gordon GordonBennett GordonllcDnett GordonLtnnett
Bennett Cup which hlch goes to the best bestsingle best bestsingle bestsingle
single performer Scott Montagu M I P Poffered Poffered Poffered
offered a 1000 trophy for the team teamleaking te1nnnklng teamranking
leaking tho highest average speedCars speed speedCars speedCars
Cars Start at Intervals IntervalsIn
In order to decrease the th danger of col collisions coTUslcms collistens ¬
listens and allow allo the dust to settle tho thocars thocnrs thocars
cars wore started at intervals of seven sevenminutes sevenminutes
minutes All the moa obtained rood roodstarts yoodstarts goodstarts
starts with the exception Et epdon of Mooers and andWinton nndVinton andWinton
Winton the American riders lfooerslost Mooera Mooeralost otooeralost
lost several seconds through excitement excitementHe
He tried to start before releasing his hisbrake hishrake hisbrake
brake brakeVintcns hrakeYlntcns
Vintcns 1 mishap iras more serious seriousJust serIousJt seriousJust
Just Jt l before his time to start the Cleve Cleveland Cleveland ¬
land autolst discovered that part of tho thooperator thoopcrtor theoperator
operator under his car was broken and andhe andhe andhe
he was unable to fix It I before he wes wesofficially wesof wasofficially
officially of clall declared started With h his hischautfourthe s schauffeur schauffeur
chauffeur chautfourthe the American tinkered with his hismachine hismachine hismachine
machine which hch was drawn to one sldo sldoof 51 51of stdoof
of the road while the first four cars carswhizzed Carswhizzed carswhizzed
whizzed past him having completed tho thofirst thonrst thefirst
first circle The English stewards sug suggested SUEgcsted suggested ¬
gested to Winton that he withdraw but butthe butthe butthe
the latter refused saying I am in this thisrace th13raee thisrace
race to stay st3
Winton Is 02 02Almost O OAlmcst 0Almost
Almost immediately Immodlatel after the machine machinewas ronchlnwa machinewas
was wa repaired repalr d Winton and his chauffeur chauffeurjumped chaulIeurjumpod chauffeurjumped
jumped in and with a triumphant toot of ofhis othis ofhis
his whistle they rushed off at top speed speedamid IJp speedamid ed edamid
amid a roar of cheers Wintons actual actualtime actualtime actualtime
time of start was S50 forty minutes minutesafter minutesaCtor minutesafter
after his official starting time It Is be beyond bcrond beyond ¬
yond the probabilities that he will coma comaIc comaIe comaIn
Ic near thin front frontShortly frontShortly frontShortly
Shortly Rf Ffler the race began the sky skybecame skYbecamo skybecame
became overcast threatening rain A Astrong Atrons Astrong
strong wind blow up but this did not nottrouble nottrouble nottrouble
trouble the drivers much as the roll rollwas
was heavily h I1 sprinkled to lay the dust dustThe dustThe
The Crst to fall by the wayslds wai was

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