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Generally Fair Continued ContinuedWarm
Warm Weather lf j Ml tDITION tDITIONNUMKER
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n NUMKER NUID NUlII3EItGia3 ER 6752 Yesterdays Circulation 46053 WASHINGTON V THURSDAY EVENING JUNEj JUN 30 1910 Sixteen Pages PRICE ON JS CENT
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I BURGLARS TOOLS TOOLSBETRAY TOOLSBETRAY
BETRAY BOYS WHO WHOCONFESS VHOCONFESSGRIMES
CONFESS CONFESSGRIMES CONFESSGRIMESLads CRIMES CRIMESLads f
Lads of Refined Appearance AppearanceAre
Are Caugnt After Ran Ransacking Ranr Ransacking Ransacking
r
sacking Office OfficeONE OfficeONE OfficeONE
ONE IS GLAD HE HEVAS HEVAS HEVAS
VAS MADE PRISONER PRISONERYouthful PRISONERYo PRISONERYouthful
Youthful Yo thful Criminals Produce One of ofIhe ofthe ofihe
Ihe B Best st Cracksmens s Kits Ever EverShown EverShown EverShown
Shown In Station StationArmed St Stationf StationArwd tion tiont
t
t tre
Armed with 3Scallber revolvers revolversand iSrever iSreverand n naa
and aa eauyvng earr an n expensive e e kit of ofhanOoomeiy ofh ofhandsoarely
hanOoomeiy h finished burglars tools toolstwo toolstwo to totwo
two b bys ys one eighteen years oM and andthe aadthe andthe
the other seventeen enteeno were arrested arrestedearly arrestedfrlr
early tII this morning by Patrolman PatrobiuutH G GH CH
H Murphy of the Third prvetaet pred net just justafter justIi justafter
after Ii Iter they had ransacked IIU the office of ofa ofa ofa
a physician in the Cecil apartment apartmenthouse I
house Fifteenth and L streets streetsWell stTeeuWell streetsWell
Well dresaed and their appearance appearanceIndicating appearaucondlcaUnlit appearancendtcaung
Indicating that they are tao th sons of ofrespectable ofrespeetable ofrespectable
respectable and nd refined parents the theboys theboyw theboys
boys confessed 4 the police say to their theiroperations theiroltU1LUoae
operations since arriving in Wash ¬
ington Tuesday Tue d night but it was only onlyafter onlyafter
after they had been questioned at
length that they would tell anything allrthl allrthlII
about II out themselves Both claim they
are 11 re from Atlanta Ga GaJufgie GaJ GaJvIe
Jufgie J Their Jf JfThe XThe Ka KaThe
The seventeenyearold a boy oe oescrlbot ae aeII desrribed
scrlbot II < rt himself as Eley Reynolds Renol but butHdmits betadmits t taclmtu
admits that is not his real tune amu The Theother beother Theother
other lad first said he was w Robert L LLtevia L LDa LIJayis
Ltevia Da of oi 8334 83 Peachtree tree street At Atlanta AtJa Atlantfi ¬
lanta Ja Later he said he was Julian JulianD
D Wfefcard W W1e i rd of a Highland HIl avenue avenueAtlanta
Atlanta At1 Dta His father fat J R R Wlchard h hsaid hlIaAd
said was formerly a newspaper pub publisher Pllb1ither pubfisher ¬
fisher in North Carolina CaroUnaArrivitg CarolinaArrtviig
Arriving Arrtviig n Washington Wtn tGII Tuesday Tu v
4 night n ttht the t he boys engaged ftl ged a room at the
Johnson Hotel H I Thirteenth street tr and Dd
Pennsylvania avow a eQQf That night the
home of Edward A Moaeley Mo eley 1113 Stx ¬
tenth street secretary 4o the Interstate lnter tae e
Commerce Co Commission was robbed of f
J30 a revolver and a cap The revol revolver revolI revolver ¬
ver I and cap the police say sa were found
In a bag n the boys room at the hotel
HeynoMs Re ds or whoever he te the pa police
thinkhas think has been bee in trouble before They
are al also convinced eon 1Deed that this was w WIeb
ards ant first offense offenseNervously oftfD8eeryo
Nervously eryo smoking a cigarette cigaretteHolds Rey ¬
Holds gave gaveanswers sullen answer ftsweN to the quee q life
Ii5 t tints 1 altttted PIJt to ° h him IaF the police but Sinai Sinaiy i
Ir y admitted they claim that be robbed i
t the he ifosy J I residence Several I pieces piecesIf p
tf If Jewelry found in his bag was stolen
from a house e in Atlanta ne said
Policeman Murphy saw the two boys boysstanding bo boftandhhs ya
standing in front of the apartment apartmentoWJe t
house oWJe flashing < an electric searchlight M searchl < ht
The bluecoat walked up > and grabbed grabbed
them before the they r r realized what bad oc occurred oc occurnd occurred ¬
curred and took them to the station stet yea
house houseThey houseThey houseThey
They were searched and much to the theDurprtee theurprt thesurprise
surprise e of the police revolvers were w wouad
found in the poesesion po of each boy
They Also lo I had electric searchlights and andas andas andas
as compact and complete a set ofcracksarens of ofcracksmens ofraek
cracksmens raek tnen tools t ls as were ever dis displayed displayed dieplayed ¬
played in a tpolice poll police station The kit was wassimilar wasm1kr
similar m1kr to those used u ay automobilists automobiltetson automoblllaton s
on the road Every tool was polishedand pOlishedand polished polishedand
and there were were instruments that would wouldenable wouldNalde wouldenable
enable them to effect fteet aa entrance Into Intoa
a house or open a safe safeWkharf llafeWicAanl safee
e Wicha Wkharf d Glad He It I Caught CaughtIm Ca1l 1tt 1ttrm
Im glad I got caught Wichard fin finally ftnally finally ¬
ally said after fter he had been questioned questionedat
at the detective bureau I didnt knowwhat know knowwhat Imowwhat
what I was 808 getting into I met Rey Reynolds Reynol Reynolds ¬
nolds when I was broke and he gave me memoney mem m mmoney e
money m y and Dd treated m DIe nice When he heprooosed beprOOfNled h hprouoeed e
prooosed coming roD ng to Washington and andsaid andald andsaid
said ald be would buy tbe tickets I agreed agreedto ag reed
to accompany him himI blmWJUI
I was with Reynolds when he stole stolethe IItOIethe stolethe
the things from the Sixteenth store t
house e but I didnt go inside I didnt dldntknow dldn dldnknow t te
know exactly what hat h ht < was sang to d do e >
T stood on the outside and watched watchedwhile watehedwhile watchedwhile
while he climbed to the roof of th the theporch theporch e
t porch and got in through a window windowPlease windowPlease owPIea8fo
Please dont put my real name in the thepaper tlMpaptr t tpaper
paper My mothers dead but 1 Ivesister Ive a asister aMistel
sister in Atlanta She Is tbe best sistea sister sistera r
a fellow ever had and it will kill he her r
if she hears about this thisThte thisThu thisThin
Thin morning when we went to the theapartment S Sapartment
apartment house h I knew what I was w woing as I 1 1Olag
Olag but I had made up my mind that thatwould thewould t
filng would be the last time even if they theyiuat theyDt the a acaught y I
iuat Dt caught us u I intended going goingto goln golnto IS I Ito
to Atlantic City to get a jobThe Job JobThe
The boys said they did not steal any anything anything ¬ i
thing from the physicians office otlcecause be because be because ¬
cause they did not see anything < thecould they theycould the thecould
could convert COg vert into cash easily ea y The Tbepolice T Tpolice i ipolice
police had not visited the Cecil Cecillearned and andlearned 1
learned lear the doctors name up to totoday noon noontoday i itoday
today todayReynolds todayReynolds
Reynolds volunteered no information informationand informatioand n I
and It was only by persistent per question questionIng queRlonIng questionIng
Ing t t tint > at the police got anything fro frohim from m I
him I IReynolds
himReynolds
Reynolds finally told Inspector Board Boardman Boardman
man chief of detectives that his BoardI name namewas Damewall namewas
was EH Runyon and that he wa wu the thesoa theon theson
son of Dr Emily E C Runyott a aphysician aphysician
physician at t 1682 West W Gray streetItichnroud street I
Richmond Va Dr Runyons name andaddress and andaddress aacIaddra
address te In the Richmond city tit directory direc directory ¬
tory The Richmond authorities authoriUellOC dIreeI were werewired werewired
wired to advise her of her sons arrest arrestVEATHER arestWEATHER
OCR7 R7 i iWarm
WEATHER REPORT REPORTWarm
Warm weather is general in the t Mid ¬ I
dle Atlantic States StatesFORECAST StalesJPORECAST StatesFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT
QenetaHy fair and continued warm to tonight toni t tnisht ¬
night ni and Fri FriTE1tlCRATUItll Friday FridayTEMPERATURES
FrldavTBKPJIRATUJtBS
TEMPERATURES TEMPERATURESS
S a m 77
3 a a J j si i P Pla
la a a H
11 I1 I1I a
12 I Nett w is
1 P p m 81
2 p at atP 8
J 2p P m ss ssSUK IS HSUN
SUN S N TABLB TABLBSun T TABLZSint ABLaSua
Sun rises risesSua 4117Sun 417 417Sua
Sua c Mtst ams 7 711 1 1VSgat
f z r
rrQ VSgat rQ wa TABUB TABUBtide T TABiICT Bu BuT
T tide 1 1 a a m and 186 1 1p 166p
p p tAw J 447 7 a SB tad as 8 p m mi m mToMorrow mT
ToMorrow T row i tide 2dS 21 a m mmuddy and
251 Po IlL Low w tide IM a a m ad 1 1b 1bcONDITIOX > a ap
p m
r cONDITIOX OF WATIf2 WATIf2HA V AJ1rL AJ1rLHA
HA JTKRRY W Va Jtoe nesa aclear as asdear
sa clear and Polomsc little littleWifl8ws 11thm 11thwtH tittlemuddy
muddy m SJaMgr a1 a1Whitlows
Whitlows wtH 1IN Gtaaed fee5135 fee5135r
B FisaitAr r tWwy I bbey y Co G ail N T YAve AveAdd Ave
Add Addas
as
R RAILROAD ILROAD S SHARES SHARESSHRINK JlARESSHRllVK
SHRINK 5 TO 12
Wall WI aU Street Bears Gorge on onProfits onProfits onProfits
Profits Up in the theMillions theMillions theMillions
Millions MillionsPRICES MillionsPRICES MillionsPRICES
PRICES CONTINUE C CONTINUETO NTINUE NTINUETO j jTO
TO SINK DAY BY DAYIntestate DAY DAYInterstate DAYInterstate
Interstate Commerce Decision That ThatFreight ThatFreight ThatFreight
Freight Rates Are Too High HighIs
Is Latest Blow BlowBy BlowBy BlowB
By B L I A A FLEAi FLElrfN NG NGTtteIe TG TGTheis G GTfcese
Tfcese are gloomy days in Well W Street Streetdays StHetida Streetidays
days da of melting value ana iiursns per perapirins tcrt persrpiriag
apirins Operators t whose dollars are arefading anta41q areindts
fading indts > < avers day by day dayla clayIn dayIn
In a word millions of dollars tn faket mar market merket ¬
ket vah val e have been wiped out eutFor CNJtFor outFor
For weeks the market hav ha been beenone Etag Etagone getagone
one way with spasmodic rallies rail now nowand showand w wItd
and then but always al the breaks thatollowed that thatfollowed tbtfollowed
followed f established lower levels leve and andevery andever nd ndeverT
ever every day y or two L wo the list received a asmashing asw xssaariirrg
smashing sw blow blowThe blowThe
The trust cases brought again time timemerican tfce tfceAmerican
American A an Sugar Company CompaayToMCCO am amTobacco nte nteTobacco
Tobacco Com Company y were serious en enIn enIn enin <
In tbenwdves t thene + drsns y They started the thegolnw thepoint tu tugoto
point goto down downThe downThe
j
The general public quit Wall Street Streetsbn Streethort I Ishort
short s and loft the professionais JIIOfNet to boW boWtheir bolltIIeIr boh9their
their own as best they could couldGrains coUldGralna couldGrails
Grains and cotton suffered from tee t toemach e j
much rain and 4ID snow W in March and andApril andApril ad adApril
April and now from burning bu neat and anddrought anddrougbt anddroaght
drought until here te much question of ttheylelcla o othe <
I the theylelcla yields beitifc bola up p to the aggregate a ncat of oflast orIut o olast
last year despite cle the increased lnereaaedtbua acreage acreagethus acreagethis
thus curtailing the tonnage toa to bt ban banby znn znnwv n nby
wv by the railroad railroadBut raP raPBut raUrOlitiaBut
But the blow that almost broke the theback thebaclt theback
back of Wall 1all Street came when Pr Prident Pret Pretklent Preeident <
ident Taft ordered tbe legal department departmentof
of o f the nation Jlat to enjoin the enforcement enforcementof eafo eafoC
of o C higher rates ratIn in conformity with the theshippers HaIJbJppcrs thesalpeeve
shippers demands demandeI demaIIdtThe demandsThe
I The final straw sUa W was added to theweight the theweight lb lbwetarht
weight of woe so Wall ru Street thought thoughtwhen thoubtwhen thoughtwhen
when the railroad bill passed but yes yesteniay y yeserday
teniay t the burden was w doubled when whentne WMiatne whenthe
tne interstate Ioter tate Commerce Ceinm Ceinmdeelded Coirsmissionecided Commission Commissiondecided
decided d that freight rates west of the theMississippi taeiaalaaippl theMississippi
Mississippi river were too high highWiaf h h hWhats
Whats tile Use Ta THY y Say SayWhats SayWbats SayWhats i
I
Whats the t vseT ue argued the rail railroad rai1road railroad ¬
road magnates and stock speculators speculatorsIf
If the rates In vogue are too highwhat high highwhat whwht
what chance eba nu on earth Is there for the thehigner ehlttMr thehigoet
higner rates rat that w will 111 be filed with the thecommtesiot thettIIe
commtesiot rcctlviag tfto ofNctel 0 OKr
Kr K
KW411
WaJI 1 Streett re Tftt t wentwild went eat wild wildver over the batch batchof
of aatUtoau fNt and many hotdars o of seeuri seeuritiea MeUriti eeedtiee
tiea ti who did not know of the recd recdof verdict verdictof
of the commission until they read U in inthe Intbe
the evening papers declare that It was wasa was
a ease of too much regulation regulationWall resu1donWall regulationWall
Wall Street bears gorged on profits proftuclay prof is I Iday
day by day daycorged gorged but not sated satedadd satedadded tedadd tedadded add added ¬
ed the weight of heavy sales to the thewool t twuot
wool 001 of margin traders on the long longside oilaide longside
side and the wellgreased toboggasUde toboggan ogallslide n j jslide
slide did the th rest restThe rutTbe restThe
The losses 10Ii since sln yesterday morning morningon JR01nl JR01nlon
on the leading stocks l averaged ave H toa to H2 H2a
a share Carried out It t means the losses lossesof JoeSof
of many millions of dollars doIlanaot not includ including iDcIadin tltdnding ¬
ing < paper losses loaesot of those who have havestocks haveliitocb havestocks
stocks paid for but who will notobliged not be beobliged beobltced
obliged to dispose of th them m until condi conditions condllIbn ooudttkms ¬
tions improve for or there Is no reason reasonunder reaBODundtr reasonunder
under normal conditions for high grade graderailroad KracMrailroad g grailroad redo
railroad shares or safe industrials tria1s t tsell to tosell totiell o
sell around present prices unless cnes login legislation logintattoo ¬ I
tattoo tattooto and regulation are ar to be carried carriedtn
tn the point of excess excessWall ex exWall excessWall
Wall Street < Is ungenerous enough enougharert to toassert toatRrt
assert that the Interstate Commerce Com MlCoe
Commission catered cater to the West b by
its action yesterday in the Interest of ofthe orthe o othe t
the Republican Congressmen C QgreaoIlften who are areteeklng aretftklng c ii
teeklng reelection reelectionCommenting r reelectionCommenting elettIon elettIonCommentlng
Commenting on this suggestion s tlon one oneconservative OIMconaenatlve oneconservative
conservative local banker said saidIf 1dUIf saidIf
UIf If ti He e commission ever does things thingsof th
of that kind and I do not believe that
it does then the decisions rendered yes yesterday yeat yesterday ¬
terday t rday were for that purpose Of course Cou nse
I do not believe itThe It ItTbe ItTile
Tile prices current today are far below belowthe w
the lowest figures of 191 191Attractive me meAttractive I
Attractive lavestaeHt lavestaeHtThere
I
There are numerous attractive invest investments bt1Mtmenta iareKmends ¬
mends on the bargain counter but with withthe wttbthe
the troubles In the way and the market marketarit JlNUketIt mar
arit It te it requires a courageous man o of ofmoney ofmoney t
money to take advantage adv of the oppor opportunity opportMdtyb w ¬
tMdtyb tunity but t the best posted believe that thatopportunity thatportunlty thatapportuniIs
opportunity to knocking once more moreThe moreThe I
The declines for the week on the lead ¬
toe stocks are more m re than serious seriousyet and andyet andyet anc
yet Wall Street has h stood it without a
failure failureThere fallureTbert
There was w quite a little rally from low lowprices lowKieft lo w
prices on buying by shorts ort late in the thesession t tsession h e
session sessionAverage OnAverace
Average recoveries were about H 2 a L
share
Declines 111 in n the Leaders LeadersJune
June June Lars Larsa I 10 10c < OMN OMNulnae
c 30 lll per perclose r rulcule
ulnae law 19 share NbarcUnion NhareUnion shareUnion
Union IauitIc171 Iaulllc 171 1W 1w4 W 10fcadlns 10 10RcaillnK J6RezIIUDJ
RcaillnK 7 355 140 IS ISO 15D ISD
D 0 0110 110 1045t los 8 8lrtll Vt jNorth VtXoHb
North Pacific ri6 128V1 + j 11S 11 11St 7 7St 74 74St
St Paul 12Cf c 11 nail nailSouth W 1 1South L LSouth
South Iaelnc I acincl21 11jk 11 ylr 1IM l 12 12U IJfI IJfIT 1 1Lt
U T S Steel 77 83Wo J i t tCopper K KWES k kCopper
Copper 04J4 1 li 0 0COMMISSiON 15GOMM1SON
COMMISSiON LIFTS LIFTSRATES LIFTSRATESON
WES RATESON ON ONRecognizes GRAIN GRAINRecognizes GRAINRecognizes
Recognizes Altered Railway RailwayConditions RailwayConditions RailwayConditions
Conditions Including Includi gRe gRecent Re Recent Rep
p cent Wage Advances Advancesa Advancesdecision j jdecision
a decision d islon by the Interstate Com CbmComnlsulee ComComidHnion 011I 011IComldkaJtoa
ComidHnion today that body
t he significant action of etfreiltrt allowing allowingled allowingfreight
led freight rates on grain and andgrain IUMIGaJD andgrain
grain products ProdUct8fr from m Buffalo to points pointseast potataat pale paleeast is
east and In I doing so recognised the altN al alttr aIl
ttr l tN l conditions caused by increased increasedcwt iDerea increasedcoat ed edCClltt
coat cwt of operation by the roads tnchid lad ed
inc higher wages wagesTrte wqeaTr18 wngesTris
Trte decteion in favor of the uewUJ thewilt roads roadswiU
wilt undoubtedly encomace e railway raftWaYmen rail railmen way
men in the belief bell the eonuniaaion te go ¬
loft to allow them to Increase rates In himaoy Inmany I IIRa
many IRa 117 cakes despite the action i u ucanmiafon the I Icoanmlaaloa
commission yesterday y8t a7 m In making heavy heavycuts
NU cuts In rates in Oe L territory tent west of the t he I
Mfaaouri tifsoadThe rl
The decision today WU on onof nhearInc + I
of r a case of the Banner
Milling Com Company Coropant ¬
pany and others otM vs the New Yo York Y orlt t h
Central Lackawanna New Haven Lf Lfthe
high Pennsylvania Mild Erie lines IAI I In n
the original decision the conurtssion ecru iasio n I I Iflrdered
ordered red a reduction re urUon
of l cent a rates n
I
of n cents per hundred pounds in n flour
and other was wheat w 1eat a products from Buffalo
to New York and New York points I
and of f = 13 cents to o New England Englandpoints points
These rates had a been advanced advancedlTrom advancedlTromJ t fro
III aM I cents c nt respectively In the
SS apdo or lilt aDd J tile Buffalo millers
successfully S2 5uiy T Iy at attacked ta4 aekecl the reasonable e
ne hasp K of the advanceFinds Advance AdvanceFinds I IFia
Finds CH4IIti Co titio s a Changed CkaAgedIn Cu I IIn
In anther case known knownao Nton no flie Mad Madsoa
ton case the conunlsston n nc1uctlens ordered re
ductless in the rat rae on grain products
from Minneapolis and other points in intltfc Intilt I Ithe rs
tilt Northwest Xorthw through Buffalo BuftaJoRebearin
Rebeartngs Rebearin were e asked and allowed in i n
the Banner case and the Jennfson case
On rehearing the commission found con
Altions had changed it found that to t a
reduce rates from the Northwest Nortb1l t as pro
posed In the Jenniaon case Would dJ dls
turb the entire rate fabric from millncenters milHnir milHnircenters g
centers nten on the Missouri rt river and Wes
and an would discriminate nate against mills millsn
in n the middle West The commterien 01DII < n I IfonMi
fbcnd it was w confronted with tbe alter
native of allowing rates to be advanced need
frrm Buffalo > East t or requiring a reduc ¬
tion in all the th territory west of Buffalo
It has decided to meet the situation by b y I
allowing the advances east of ofan Buffalo
and an d not to cut the rates west w
The commission comml ioa says ys conditions have hav e
stored tered to an extent since the earlier earl h
decisions in 1C 1CWage JS7Wace 19l
Wage Increase a Factor FactorSince FactorSince FactorSince
Since the original hearing the ex expenses expeJUMIi ¬
Poisson of operation upon the th part of the thecarriers theean1e1ll tab e
carriers have materially increased i ithe
says ys ysthe I Ithe
the commission cemm Particularly with withthe wlththe within withinthe is
the last few weeks W ca all the carriers In Involved Involved Involved ¬
volved in the th handling of this traffic LrsM c
from Buffalo have hav made material ad ¬
vances va in the wages w of their th lr employ
which aggregate several million dollars doll sr > s
annually Without undertaking at t th this
time to determine whether these in i p ¬
creases c in operating < expenses e do or do
not Justify any general advance in inrates the
rates rat of these carriers earne this certaii certahly l ly Y
te a change in conditions to which whichcancel e
cannot be oblivious in considering this t
matter at t this time timeThe timeTbe timeThe
The commission today announced it
would not suspend the new freight freightterritory frel ht
schedule No No3 36 In official cluslfteatJon It Itterritory
territory to take effect July 1 1means This
means the schedule applies to over S 1 M
items and effects the region north of the i C
Ohio and nd the Potomac and east of
the Mississippi iuIppl It contains fiftyeight ftftY fiftyeigda ht htchaqell
changes of which twentyeight tw tyetcbt are re ¬
da dachanges ductions a and thirty advances The Theprincipal Theprincipal Tb e
principal increases are in vehicles vel vehiclesautomobiles and d
automobiles utomobJ and the
commission is rw r rprepared
prepared to say y these should not sotmade be
made
FIGHT FOR OPEN CARS CARSMAY CARSMAY CARS CARSMAY
MAY GO TO THE COURTS COURTSDistrict COURTSDistrict i
District Railway Commission to Hear Complaints ComplaintsIn ComplaintsInterpretation ComplaintsIriterPretation In Interpretation ¬
terpretation of Law Will Be Sought Sou htTimes Times Is IsThanked IsThanked IsThanked
Thanked for Its Efforts
There wilt be no relief from the thediscomforts thedtlleOmfortil thediacomforts
discomforts of closed cle ed and an stuffystreet stuffy stuffystreet atutryatreet
street ears either this summer or at atany atIIy atany
any oh otter r time unless definite steps stepsare stepare stepsare
are taken with a view to testing thescope the thecope theiICOpe
cope of 0 the law regulating the op operation operatlo operation ¬
eration of street cars in I the District Districtof D I Ior
of Columbia ColumbiaPrimarily ColumbiaPrimarl17 ColumbiaPrimarily
Primarily control C4 of the street streetcar streetI streetear
car corporations rests with the In Interstate Intel8tate Interstate ¬
I terstate Commerce Commission Be Because Because ¬ 1 1I
cause C1I8e of the manifold ICold duties imposed imposedupon Imposedupon ed I Iupon
I upon that body especially e at this thistim thiSI thistime
I tim time the 4 commission does not feet feetcalled teeteal1ed feetcalled
called upon to act upon Its It own ini initiative Initiative initiative ¬
tiative Certain powers pewe of the Com Commission Consmission ¬
mission are delegated to the th Dte Dlstrict Dtetrict DIatrlct
trict Railway ItaUWIL Commission ion with of offices ofieee ¬
fices in the Westory building buU4blgat at atFourteenth atFourteenth 1
Fourteenth and F street street While thisoasemlalea this thiseentmtealon I
eentmtealon 1MiOIl is without power to issue Is Issn
sn sue orders or or promulgate promul of its own otvnvoHttoa owntIoa ownrttlon
voHttoa tIoa new ew ragMlatlwns rapaJtt ragel atls ng n it is ent entrewerad emj m mrewarai
rewarai rewH to Hold hearings toTocaJve toTocaJvecomnllnts t torocelneto torocelnetocomplaints rodWO1 <
complaints as to the operation of oCfhe the ther
r
street cars ear ifld 41 to make Mk recommen recen L ¬
dation for relief if relief be neces necessary neeeNrY nee neemry es ¬
sary to the Interstate Commerce Coaumer ce
Commission CommissionTbe
Tbe ordinary practice would the then th < n
dictate that the commission approve approveor appro approor ve
or reject the recommendations of t tcommission th thcommission U Ucommission
commission and a d if necessary carry
the matter to ti 1 the M courts courtsIt
It Is with tb the District Street Raiway Rail Railway RailWILY 1 ¬
way Commission < n that the people of C
Washineon mutt deal in the first in instance Instance Ststance ¬
stance If they hope to obtain relief reli of 1
from existing conditions conditionsThe coD4Jltien8The
The future comfort e of the riding pub pu b ¬
lic will depend de nd largely 1a 1y upon the inter interpretation laterpretatlon latepretatlon r ¬
pretatlon placed upon the the law deftafthe defining deftaf dellntthe
the powers of the Interstate Commerce Co ce 8
Commission elosa in regulating hJ < the streeteenqu street car carcompanies r
companies eenqu 1dea 1es Section M of thte law JaWrUleaJlJdeelres a e ertacaHy 5vo
rUleaJlJdeelres rtacaHy vo c cally all y declares that titatit it it shan be bethe within withinenforce wIChJatlteIIr w
tlteIIr the wr oC the
p Interat µ a aiEbc Ceoe
iEbc to enforce end endCentinaod regulations which whichpentintjod widdtCentinu i
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By JAMES HAY Jx JxBEVERLY J JlEVEItLY JtrREVERLY
BEVERLY MM Ii Maas Tutee Ju aft Tnte in inthe btM isthe
the North Shore K > f ldssfrsrhuetta ldssfrsrhuettacabere lsa 1 ohneetts ohneettswhere tbt
where witches were < e once horned to todeath tod t tdeath
death for dark and d dismal teed and andwhere aDdwbeft andwhere
where buceaoeere once o e thrived el en th thgentle the thepatIe thegentle
gentle art of smuggling 1I4W1t1tc when the theto th thIQOOft themoon
moon had set pad the aaan hail gone Ironete goneto
to steep steepBut sleepBqt p pt
But t the secrecy and mynfctry of ofthoen ortMee ofthose
those old day claP di were a as nothing com compared compared ¬
pared with the inscrutable le and epbyux epbyuxIQce sphynxlUte n n11k
lUte 11k conduct of f the Executive Execut oIIiClS ollcahere offlc oIIiClSh s sh
h here re In dealing wit wt wits the meeting of ofPresident o ot ofPresident
President President t William H Taft and Col ColTh ColTbeoclere ColTheodore
Th Theodore odore Roosevelt this afternoon at atthe atthe
the Taft eot cottage cottageIt Use UseIt lapIf
It Sherlock 8 k Helm lmo had hadsigned been M Mstped assigned
signed to run down all the rumorsthat rumors rumorsthat ntmo ntmothat
that were afloat here today and yesterday yes yesterday t5 t5arday ¬
terday regarding the conference ti hweuW he < t twould
would have been running nannj up p and down downthe dO 1 1the
the automobile road barking rll1 la die distress tli tlilre ¬
tress and wishing wlsh he bad hydrophobia hydrophobiaFrom
From the reliable Information avail available available ¬
able the Sylph will bring the colonel colonelto eoJ l
to the Taft cottage from Senator SenatorLodge i
Lodge home at Kahaat t where the theformer the1OrJaer theteimr
former n P President ertrteatf has been a guest guestHerts JI1MMHe rarestHaag
Herts c For Kafcaat KafcaatFrom faatP HakaaxFrom
From P ahaat It t haa been beenthat learned Vornethat
that Senator tor Lodge this tM moraine memi said saietthat saidthat
that he and Roosevelt would lea lean I Ithere
there with the expectation of i enchtng raehtniCBeverly enchtngBeverly I
Beverly between 3 and 4 oclock oclockThe I
The yacht steamed around Bur BurPoint BurNnt Bnripew
Point beaded for Nahfnt at t noonThe noon noonThe
The 4realdent President klent put in the morningplaylug morning morningplaying JIIOndIIpIar1D I
playing golf with his friend John Hay HayHammond Ha HaH
H Hammond on the Panels County Club Clublink ChlbIlbab Chubflab
link and he returned to his cottage eDttaPtiDM tn
timeto slate to have banes da before ore the t coleaeTa coleaeTaarrival CQrrrval coJlimeiarrlQaL
arrival tf tffreest
freest tt list nrftt al tlisnel wa eft Mt MtalOIW sotatmra sotatmraalong
alone the Koeth 0IIth Shorecaaaea Shore eUte eUtelotioa ease the tM j jttea
lotioa ttea that they win otecis GIIIc the IepoUttcat
poUttcat situation n In the CI1try CI1tryI as a awhoe
I whole and that they the rfl < have ba much to toshay
say In panievla rUcular about the line on
which tJ omlllC Co Congressional eke ekeboss
wUl be fought bt It to > d generally generallyunderstood
understood that the a visit tait of Colonel ColonelRoosevelt CoIoDelRooeevelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt is not merely a social and CIfrieDelly andfrkadly
friendly calL salth calLchange calLIt
It baa locos decided OR alter the ex exehaJIp
change of communications and andbetween aJadbetween nnerage
between th the two men menFriend menFrieHc
Friend ef Taft JuMtaat JuMtaatFriends
Friends Frie of the Administration Admlnl8tratleaJubilant A are areJubilant
Jubilant declaring that the colonel colonelvisit
visit pats a final and Inevitable tabIe end te tothe tethe
the many reports that there was friction frictionbetween frictionbetween
between the two and that this was a areason aoa
reason why wit Insurgency ncy should flourish flouriakin
in the ranks of the party They Insist Insistthat i ithat
that from thin very conference will re result re reault n ¬
cult victory for the Republicans at t the thepolls
polls next ne autumn and that it will moan moanthat
that the Republicans will put up k kWing a win winI willnine
nine fight which was only a fe few weekJI
I ago regarded r as next n xt to impossible impossibleThey impo88ibk1bey Impossiblebelieve
They J believe that the Roosevelt Rooseveltcet vte vtecorning tsIt
corning cet etinet etinetJ etinetas as it does only after be has held heldton heldlone
ton lone consultations CO oultatio with both the tn tli in insurgents ill illurgetltS inaurgetrts
surgents and the regulars regularshaw Is all the themore tbemore
ca
more significant aip and will haw have more moret
significantConant Conant
weight with the country h than if it had hadoccurred badoeeurrel h d
t lnCCUrral occurred immediately following < the thecolo thecolonels
colonels colo 1 lot return rtt urn
I The friends of Taft say y he has never neverhad DeVer1ac1 r
had any a y doubt of what Roosevelt RooeeveUattitude Rooseveltattitude s sattitude
attitude would finally be The president presidenthas Presidenhas
has merely J1l ely stood ood pat on his assertion ertionthat assertionthat
that he had made good on the Roose Roosevelt R Rvelt
velt policies that be had done ne what ho hoand ap appeared append
peered to him to be the wise and the therteht tberisht
rteht thing and that therefore h he was waswUttm w al althing
wUttm 1111 Ung to let subsequent events take takecare takecare tak takcare
care of themselves themselvesAdvances themselvesAdvances themselvesAdvances
Advances By Roosevelt RooseveltNo R o eYeltXo
No matter how he may feel however howeverthere howeverthere howeverthere
there te a general feeling feell of deHght deHghtamong t tIUJIOftS
among tt the a regular lar Republicans that a asituation asituation
situation which might have been ex extremely e etremely oxtremety < ¬
tremely dangerous to the partysunity partysunitywill party Ity Itywill
will be averted by the conference today todayIt todayIt
It can authoritatively be stated that the theconference theconference theconference
conference between Taft and Roosevelt Rooseveltcomes Roo eveltcnfta t
comes cnfta about as the result of offrom advances advancesfrom advaII advaIIfrom
from Mr dr Roosevelt Roo and not from MrTaft Mr MrTaft MrT
Taft T L 1 1When 1hen
TaftWhen
When hen the proposition Jropo ltlon for the Interview Interviewwas interviewas
was advanced the President expressed expressedhte esetd
his great plesure at having the oppor opportunity opportllnlty oppotunny ¬
tunity to talk with the coloneL coloneLColonel colonelolonel colonelColonel
Colonel Roosevelt and nd Senator Lodge Lodgehad Lod Lodgehad e ebad
had a narrow escape ape as their auto autocrossing was was1088ln
crossing 1088ln the Boston and Maine railroad railroadat railroadat Frwoasd
at Park street Cambridge Cmb e last night o othe on onthe onthe
the way y to Nahant The gate tender tenderlowered tender1overed tendelowered
lowered the safety gate gatetdie tdie directly dir tly in t tof front frontof frontor font
of their th lr automobile on the opposite side sideof steleIC routof
of the road roadKaises roadRaises roadRaises
Raises Gate In Time TimeXot Timeot TimeNot
Not ot XNJ yard away an express train trainwas trainwas trainwas
was coming Persons p near by called to tothe tethe tothe
the gateman teman who raised r the barrier Just Justin tin jestn
in n time to allow the Lodge e automobile automobileto
to move out of 0 the way of the train trainThere trainThere trainThere
There was much speculation regard regarding recantI regardmeeting
ing I the meeting Todays te the first firstmeeting SIrsmeett
meeting meett that President Taft has had hadwith ba4with
with his predecessor p r in office since sincetbe shoethe aee aeethe
the memorable farewell in the White WhiteHouse WhiteHOWIe
House March reft 4 1909 996 while a Wi Wizard DUszard ¬
zard wag v a raging ra Ag Roosevelt then thenturned theftt thentamed
turned t his back on American Americanth affairs affairsof
th a JMOM promise that M would keep out
of the political Iticl limelight Hm llsbt for a loNg time timea
a promise that he kept keptSwings
Swings Big Stick StickRoosevelt StickROOMVeit StickRoosevelt
Roosevelt swung ung the big 1 stick in New NewYork
York State last night when hen ht came cameout cameIut caratlit
out lit with an indorsement k of the Cobb Cobbdirect Cobbdirect
direct primaries bill bUt and the th legislative legislativeleaders IegWathcIena
leaders immediately Imlftedla y resented what hat they theytermed theytermed theyleaned
termed his unwarranted interference
Everything at the Executive Offices is
going along snioothly as Secretary Nor
ton said that asevidently evidently evtdentltJae the public pun bile had hadI haclCOMe hadcorm
COMe t4t rue that tic Lrevtdest r1lldenl is ea
I titled to a vacation A AMeI rf i iy no nozaxeBloDw en
zaxeBloDw are being bet g made for or twoweeks two twoWks
J weeks the only 011 break in the program ptsosrani JMOsraMContinued programContinued
i Continued on Eleventh Page
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JAMES J4 MES A A PATTEN PATTENGre PATTEKGretlt PATTE1G
Gre Gretlt G reiut t Corner Maker of Grain Markets Jim P Pt Ptten ttei4 ttei4Will t
Will Wjl V i ll l Retire on Friday to Enjoy Millions s He HeHas HeHas H HHas
Has Made A lade In His Career
CH1CAGOI CHICAGO June HL 7kWhen When the ciO ciOtusuke doejti doejtiaaon
I tusuke the ar bs > tgf 9C 4 aeaortvw T I Iaoo ss ssmoo
aaon aoo moo In n a abtfejding ae > ee of ofn the etera cants cantsbP J
btfejding bP n t a taIL taILa8Pidy bread sbeaUerea snub
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fsubtly subtly steeped wWi story hair hairwta andmsmtacbe and I
I mustache wet dose hte desk say 7 a arather
j rather brusl brusvea gooaby to those who wfe wfeare wIIoI
j i I are m the offloeand office all allf go home to Evaas Evaaston
f ton to enjoy a fortune variously v esti estimated emI estimated ¬
mated from ho twenty miUon to thirtymtinI thirty thirtymilHoB thirtyI
I mtinI milHoB deltJ1There donafs donafsI
I
I I There will be no display but in theare the thesame thet
t same manner ma Der that has market martt his tri WltinpM triactive
rampbs 80 win be tile pandas irvtnn the theactive
active business world of Jfan Jba11Ciq Patten PattenKiug
Kiug of the Wheat Hit eI the Cent CentPit CornPit
11Ciq Pit ef the Oats Pit and Holy Terror of stthe ofthe etlthe
the Cotton Market JfaritetTodq MarketToday IadutT
Today T there exists a ana under the thename theof thename
name of Bartlett Patten A Oft la Oa Fri Friday PftdQ Friday ¬
day the BartiettFrasJeT Company will wflltake wmtake willlake
take Its place for along with Jim JimPatten IbaPatten
Jima
Patten wit wiU go his brother George GeorgeW a
W patters and there are tnoea who whobftatbe all wttbreathe allbreathe
breathe easier easierI
001 I need a rest I have ba been in harness harnessever ha haI
I ever since ace I was a boy nnd r I Ihave have haveworked 1 1wcrked
I worked hard aTd vov tY bard anI Kcw I wanti want t tI
it6 I i tb step out out make room moan for some of the theyounger fleeyounger
younger er element and watch them a all1r aafdf 11 11er
JMr ll1r f lair Patten today todayi
i For thirty years JIm JiPatten Patten has hasIs basi baslASHER
i
lASHER j HINDS NAMED I Ii
i i Ii i I OVER COL HALE HALEIs
Is Nominated for Congress CongressI
I B By r Acclamation AtPortland At AtPortland AtPortland
Portland Me MePORTLAND MePOJtTLAND
PORTLAND Xe June J aAsher m Aahor a aHmd 0H
Hinds H was nominated for Congress c 886 by byacclamation DYaeeI
acclamation aeeI DII today Y over Co CoV IFr Fred r Hale Haleson BaIeMft Balestore
son of Senator Hale HaleHinds HaleHindS HaleHinds
Hinds te an ieucg ilMlUllgeaat ajit against th thHale tIM tIMHale
Hale rule and te now cleric at the fleeSpealteus theSpeakers theSpeakers
Speakers table in the t e House of Repre Representatives RepreMfttative Representatives ¬
sentatives
PASSENGERS DEFY DEATH DEATHAS DEATHAS
AS 1 S FIRE FIR RAGES IN HOLDDeriding HOLD HOLDDeriding HELDDeriding
Deriding Danger They Dance ance Through the Night As AsLiner AsLiner AsLiner
Liner Grecian Fights Way < lay Back B fck to Port WithCargo WithCargo With VithI VithCargo
I Cargo Blazing I
PHHAJraB Pfil PBIA J June ne IT ITMelClam 31 The TheMerebanis Th ThMerchanes
Merchanes and iaanj liner Greetaa Greetaawhich GcedaRwhlcb Gredaawhich
which sailed from IK this port yesterday yesterdaywith terdaywith yesterdaywith
with fit paoaotisarr aT pesss n J8IS and a heavy teLVot cargo cargoof eargeof
of wool and turpentine raced back here heretoday beretoday heretoday
today with her hoM a roaring furnace furnaceAfter turBaeeI furnaceAfter
After the t be ve ve rrl l docked and all thepassengers the thepassengers tilebad
passengers had teen J landotlt ftcemeai Sremeafought ftcemeaifought Jbemeaf
I fought f t toe b1a btee a front tend and river riverand rITerad tirerand
and more than a a doses of the Are ftrefighters Arelh firefighters
fighters lh ten were overcome by neat or orsmoke orsmeb orsmoke
smokeWhile smoke smokeWhile smebWhite
While the flames were eattagr 6 their theirway t elry telrway
way y through the cargo tIM tIMC pmengore paoaen paoaeng
gore g r8 who had been aro UOttii UOttiiam crooned ad danced daaeedhips dancedwatt
am mhhalgiat 1Iti11 list arubkt ta Ua UahIps theips
hips ips saloon IooD courageously defying
1 1t
t
bees washing bud Prod pube LmS p
lor terase te 1M I + Ints yae amt amtrsna t
rase to b be IePattee the theJhw gr 3t1lsig 3t1lsigJha i
Jha Jhw Fatten retiree evacuates ate 1dI5W16 hispeklmwrtlineb
peklmwrtlineb Iranelm W16 dsaey ai aiepenbha +
upon epenbha epenbhaNever Mm i j
Never depending upon anyone 8 else direbut elsefocght I
but bearing the brunt himself 1M ball hasf I i
f
focght Ids way year by year yearOld year i iCM
CM men ra i s th the e board of trade say 8Qtbat saythat I
that be te soured that he feels that 1M 1MhU behas a ahas
has been misjudged and that masts cfthe cf d1 d1tile 1 1the
the verbal and editorial knocks he lieivfd hasreceived has hasreceived
received ivfd have been undeserved whethi whethithat wheth whether
er 01 not that be true they taerthat abi to tothat
that he never asked never received reeeIveIIofteI wMUtj box lestoften boxoften
often gave guarter to men who wItoIn were werein werein
in a hole holeBora boleBona holeBorn
Bona in SandwtcX m about fifty fiftyIn
eight years 8 tv 4 peat bits early earI7in years yearsIn
In his fathers tatbe xtmntry tzntry storeHis store storeHte 8tGreHistatber
His Histatber father > iIed d when be was m his histerns hteteens JdatHllS
teens and ly mother sold the store and andcame andcame andcame
came to Chicago together with ate WbnItbeIS hiisbrothers atebrothers
brothers George W and H J Patten PattenIn PattenIn
In 1874 Jim Patten got a position pe tUpaID pe itlen asgrain as asgrain
grain inspect or In the Chicago yards yardsI I
I I 1878 he went to work for f G P Cem C
Xock ock A Co cash grain men who wholarge did a aIarg
I
large busmen with Eastern shippers ehtppersand
and foreign f trade In I an be e formed a
firm with his brother and aadtrom from that
time has steadily J increased his worldly worldlymm
goods goodsCHUROH
DECIDES DECIDESI DECIDESMARRIAGE DECIDEShurst I
mm is isMiss V VALID VALIDReidrs AliUI AliUl1iss I
I
Miss Reids Union to Park Parkhurst Parkhurst Parkhurst
hurst hurstMARRIAGEIS Regular So Rospig Rospigliosi RospigIiosi R P g gliosi
liosi Wedding Is Not NotfcR0 N Nots
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s I
fcR0 ROME Jm Jane aThe e court rt of iota of ell
the Catholic Church today declared
valid the marriage of Mary Timnmaa L i
Reid of Washington W OII l te Cal F fi r 1
Parkhurst oT Bahgor Me thereby re represent Ie ¬
fusing to recognise be the validity v or t
present presentand Prime t marriage a re restiou > Uons of the Prince
and Prteoeser Rospigflotd R RThe
The prlncees was formerly Mrs Park i
hurst t
I Ii i
and deriding danger until tII tIIof the satsty
of th the port was reached
The blue was discovered dieo ered soon eonsi artr
midnight white thT the tJaeoat ve eiSr uei was pea
out t tmidnight the he Delaware capes
After a hurried examination Captain
Briggs Blilr dispatched di officers o to the cab t ¬
ins ns and aroused the thewere pu passengers Earl h 1
was told to dress s quickly but quietly
So soon as they appeared 011I onwere ded they tht y
were escorted to the etloonwhere etloonwherecaptain saloon where the
captain talked tOithetn to them promising pro that t
should there be Banger aw d he would wuuIiI tell t i
them in time aDd urged that they the re remain re e emain ¬
main below deck deckaM and and find amusement 1 heDt e
Dancing was suggested Del when whenyoung a ayoung awoman
young woman passenger went to replan the
plan the tfc saloon in a alfllW Pow Powraembld lewThe pirsha >
raembld d a aTIM dancl haft
The blase at nicest inter 7 bad not stetesttnguisbe been beenextinguished
extinguished
mm is IB IBIN INNERINFIRSTT0RACES i
IN INFIRSTT0RACES HOT TWO ICESYale ICES RACESFAVORITE 3 3FAVOR1TEFORTHIRD
FAVORITE FAVOR1TEFORTHIRD FAVOR1TEFORTHIRDYale FOR THIRD 5 5i
t 5t
Yale YaleMen Men Go to Pieces InVarsity In InVarsity InVaxsi
Varsity Vaxsi ty Four and Ooe OoeMan OgeMan OcieMan
Man Collapses CollapsesCRIMSON CollapsesCRIMSON CollapsesCRIMSON
CRIMSON FRESHMEN FRESHMENWIN FRESHMENWIN FRESHMENWIN
WIN EASY VICTORY VICTORYCambridge VI T0CRY T0CRYEEacalra Y YCaIIIbr
Cambridge CaIIIbr Encouraged Eacottra oo By TwoFrets Two lrwoEvents
Events E ViM tII Attempt A to tIaCIeaa t tC ttoe
CIeaa C efelSte Sweep
i NEW LONDOK leo Mate e > N Hnjrord HnjrordIwon Irgrrd Irgrrdwon d daM
Iwon won the tewe aaomlagw mertrimgsfreshman rare wJKfcXale wJKfcXalei willa wrl4iIelemertrimgs Yale
i freshman eight and v varsity rsty Seer sr inisach in insuch Ini81lCb
i81lCb such hs laasjuaaliit ressive style t today + ike that thetrim the thei
i trim Crimson sa varsity serail te a on toes sng Ivoerite IvoeriteIfor tlt4for itrwrltefor
Ifor for the Me va vwntty dty F onset this after afterInooR nernooK atleri
InooR InooRHarvard i nooK noonHarvard
Harvard wen the wT feea fxuhmat aa Nee byi by byone b bio
io i one sad u untJy one half lanerths and appar apparently ap r rently ¬
ently eelllillIaN1t ce eeoMI id have made It several timesthis times timesthte tl8aestbt
this J lead land oho boon Pealed aaaana In the thevarsity theandtF thevarsity
= varsity fear Tale wont t all to totie places inthe In IntLe
tie last half r and lost what appeared redto
to be a eam rniiimsilfling nandisg lead finishing finishingwith billdngwitb fin Inning Inningwith
with four oar open length of wens be between et ¬
wren t een the theThe crews crewsThe erewvThe
The Tale four r rowed eat Its last lastoarsman lastounce lastounce
ounce et strength and at die Jlash JlashI
L I K Those of Bubyiss 1 I L I bow IaIowarema bowareman
oarsman coltapsad coltapsadin 1 tl dal el water waterin
in his face revived revivedable w wable and ha was wasable
able to stay m the theIquartea 1 at 1IIIdI Yale TaleIquartes Yalequane
Iquartea quane were reY raatli rraehed rraehedYale > d dTke
Y Yale Quickly oenas oenasIIarYant Oa extahea extaheaThe
The Harvard fr frmhsscn w wee n their theirrace t1Ieirnee ttreirrace
race with plenty b to onare eIn Jmsliig hssrngfrom Jmsliigfront
front the first 1 191 yaroa yards Tale sotlie sot gotwas sot1M
1M lie Jtnmp at lb n at H 1040 but butthis ut uttw
tw was the soly time the Tale Taleprow Taleed Talepow
prow showed ed ahead Harvard JiarYaat rearing rearingat rawing3cttB
at a 3cttB to Tales S3 tIl tIlt gtiehlyforged
t forged ahead and was a ieagtt Dd
a coaster to the good at tIM II ue wile7b
90e spin srplasbad shed WavOy u at taw aail aailfed wile wileaid II
aid fed the 81 Blue boy bo get tegiewiMr tesj fcar and aadJvasptesj IMLtIae andthe
Jvasptesj tttf otnoko coot sveejeajajaniy y tox to ieK
9 K sad 3 they plied almast tsreWn tsstenterms tsreWnterms n nt
terms and gave their followers lo heart heartIt heartIt
It proved Nd to be a Hash in the pan panaad IIaIIad
and was quickly over Harvard rowed row rowlowiag rowed
ed with tile even Harvard stroke foI foI1owbItr follewNas
lowiag Goodale with military peed precision pnc1aiOR peedaion ¬
sion and at the mile and a half halfpoint haltpoIat baitpoint
point Yales Tale defeat 4leteatBetII was inevitable InoHablaBoth inevitableBoth
Both finished strong IItIOaC and kept on onto onto onto
to their quarters quartersThe quartTIM quartersThe
The defeat of the Yale frnkies r fi nahliui was wasa
a keen disappointment ppt for Yale Y for fornt fortIIIoach forthough
tIIIoach a wines race race It was Ute one 81MDt oneat
nt in which the Yale cohorts esirriswere cohortswere eIIIIiMtaWfte
were ceitaaa cert they ey were more than a aTafe amaid amatch
maid fed II8n HsrvitdYak
Yak t M Im tie Lea LeaThe Leah LeMI1ae LeahThe
The race war from the drawbrMajg drawbdd wbddlte a to tocourse tothe
the navy 7I Yale having tM eat eatcourse t tcoane
course and Harvard th the west The var varsity varsity ¬
sity foe began at th tIM navy yard andwas and andwas anded
was rowed ed up stream for a further twodies two twomlTes twooeee
diesOnce dies mlTesOnce
Once oeee awe Yale got oC the lead m the thefouroared thefoureared
fouroared race which was started at atU16
1141 It looked all Yale for or the first firstmUe firstmile
male and a quarter at which point Yale Yalewas Yalewas
was 1 lengths ahead Harvard how however howCT however ¬
ever ha anal l a far greater lPeat r reserve strength strengththan strengththan h hthan
than fate and the moment the latter latterbcsai latterbear latterbegat
bear tiring the crimson boat boatf supped sttppedThe suppedforward
f forward aDd Yale Tales s load was noon gone goneThe
The Th Yale crew was m t plain cures dtetressfcr curesfjr dlreesfcr
fcr the last half mile and lagged pain patntuiy painfuly piDtuJy
fuly Harvard it seemed gained gainedyards gainedyards
yards with every sweep of the oars oarsand oarsand
and at tIe finish four ur lengths of open openwater epenwter openwater
water showed between betwe t the Harvard Harvardstern BroIItfrll Harvardstern
stern and Yaks Yak bow bowWin bowWilli bowWind
Win Wind Delays Big Race RaceBoth
Both crews pIubed considerably e Ilien ow owmg owlug
mg to the slightly rough water In Indications Inare Indlcatk ¬
dications dlcatk m are that the big race w will not notbe BOtbe notbe
be rowed before 5w 5 57 this afternoon afternoonowing aftnowbIc afternoonowing
owing to a artetojc ruing wind windTbe wtadThe windThe
The gayest boat te the river was the theMar theCbt thebig
Mar yacht Roxiana that Robert Bacon BaconUnited BaconUnited
United States ambassador tc Francechartered France Francechartered Fnutcechartend
chartered It WES dressed up in Har Harvard HarYUd liaryard ¬
yard flags 11 from stem to stem E C CBacon CBacoa CBacot
Bacon non of the ambadtsdor ambadso < lei rowed xowedNo JO JOo rowedNo
No o i in the Harvard vanity eight eichCIt
It was expected that Colonel Reese Reooevelt Reesevolt e
velt would be a guest t but th the en enafternoon eneDt engagsement
eDt with President Taft for the theatterneea theafternoon
afternoon prevented Kermit KenaitReo Roose evelt
veil however bow watched the two events eventswita
with a group I < > f friends from the theyacht
yacht and yelled ostily for th the Har
Yard crews crewsThe creWIJTIle crewsThe
The scene on and along the river riverwas riverwas riverwas
was made brilliant by the wealth ofred of ofre oraDd
re red and blue displayed The colors colorswere CDIorswtft Colorswere
were lavishly used in the dresses of ofthe orthe ofthe
the women and paint 1 leaf fans pen peDDaDta penuaats pennants ¬
nants bat and arm bands betokened betokenedthe l Melun
the allegiance aI of the thousands tho LJ In A of male maleToe Ie1tpMtaIOn
1tpMtaIOn 1tpMtaIOnThe
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