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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, VOL, CXXXV, No, 2. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1912, lljr .Mull, M IV n I Muiilli: hinli' , I t . 5 Pent. lit I mill I, I'll ,'Iiin H Molitll. Eil FORTY-SECOND BALLOT SEES 1 Si BREAK 1 WILSON REACHED HIGH SEEMS 10 HAVE ITER IRK AND CLARK VOTE BEGINS TO GAIN CLIMB SLOWLY UPWARD ADHERENTS OF THE TWO LEADING CANDIDATES THWART ATTEMPT TO FORCE ADJOURNMENT Only Hope Now of Nominating Presidential Choice Appears to Lie in Selection of Dark Horse Whose Name Has Not Yet Been Mentioned; Supporters of New Jersey Governor and Speaker of House Are Apparently Determined That Other Shall Not Win Coveted Honor of Being Party's Standard Bearer in National Campaign. ck in I tie democratic, nutioria! coti sccnicd more e-m i pi I't1 that ever ax o'olu, i. this morning until noon Baltimore, .Inly 2. Tin- deadli volition over a presidential n mi itii when adjournment Was taken at 1- today. , . .. , , Woodroiv Wilson had made steady Mains during Monday s reached n high water mark or iiin's vines iii mo remained stationary on tin- lottiein nan iiiii until h( ninth ballot. last ballot the forty-second, .hod the lowest ebb of his candidacy on d a rri'St. lie went down to 421' votes at an to pick up and had gone to Ltd when bciiiin to lime ground. Th crnnr Wilson polled 4 It t vol a Speaker Champ Clark ret the ballot whin- Wilson reach that lime, lint immediately lie! adjournment was taken. The speaker came over to Hnllimor- during the evi mug a suest at the home of Mayor Pivston. near eonveiilion hall ..,,..,a i,. Wiixliinutnn shortly ni lore iiiii,u,s,iu A ,,,.r-ooal anoloKV WHS made to -......,.. i.TMiieis. of Missouri, who said he was not in the 1...11 in iv,e Mfternoo!. win n the Clark adherents plai v..i.r,.in ! Imiiiii r insenned w ith tinuite of the speaker. Mr. Francis said the aetinn was a ..ninii.i' that it would not have happened Convention hall wis almost stampeded who Were refused admission aiiei I allot thirty t and th I w hen linv i nd He was re- W. J. Hryiui tonight )v former invention f roll t of the ulugistie os- d Mi. Hryan'H tunnel' ignil y mil d he I persons to dmit the poln the press. When the order was issued venting crushes at the doors and ill a few minutes the authorities serious that reserves were sent foi Xeept dell itvs xpressed the pres'i lit. tonight hy 1 hous.i lids of .'hail man .1. tines ordered llei nates and meml'ers of the police Were having Imuh ill the stri els arvtmd the hall, were confronted with a situa and tin crowds driven hack fr e pn- ith ion so mi Un votes. The Wilson pcop;e started a iliini listratlon, I. til tho n spouse was iihoiilhnsla-lic. on the t:urty-ninth hallot Clark had only flfiy-s, von mule than iieics Haiy to pi event a uomliiatlon. Thin ballot pallid Wilson .1 1 -.' votes iiIkivi- the ,',iiu mark and his ililhol'olits oil the ll Mil cheered lust ily. Clark lost three to W ilson, i m the fortieth hallot Clark regained one loa vote. In iihiu Wilson Kilned one Harmon vote. nil this hallot Clark gained one. Harmon lost one llel'oie Chairman .lames could or der the foity-firsi roll call, an Ala hama delegate yelled: "1 move that this convention adjourn until It) o'i loi k tomorrow morning. " A. Mitchell Palmer, lit the Wilson forces demanded a roll call, Inn th motion was withdrawn and the forty first roll call began. The ballot showed a loss of two for Wilson and a gain of one for Clark. Another attempt was made to ad Jonrn, this lime until It o'clock to- inoriow. Hy the time Maryland was reached on the motion to adjourn. big Vole had lieen lecord.il against II, and i( was withdrawn. Then in meat disorder tin- lolly second roll call was begun. As tin f irty-secoiid hallot proceed ed, tin- disorder nii w, until J. ,Hutn ilton Lewis, of Chicago, who was ii th chair, had trouble enforcing iUlet When Michigan was leached the Clark cohorts cheered, for the speak it gained six Votes at the expense of Wilson, Hy this time tile dt legates we tired of the proceedings. Kn-iy ii' i ui relict or announcement that of fered the slight! st excuse was made the hasis of a Joke. On the forty-second l.allot Clark Knitted 6 and Wilson lost !i 1 dorwood lost J. When the result of announced, 1 lelcgate Washington, securi u moved to adjourn noon. In the midst of disorder Senator Stone, of Missouri, seconded the mo tion, and A. Mitchell Palmer de mandeij a roil call. The roll c all had scarcely begun hefie the weary delegates, seeing that the motion was certain lu pre vail, began to crowd from their seats and out uf the hall. At 12:4:1 a. m., the convention ud Journed until noon Tuesday. SPEAKER CLARK IS THl RD TERM PART! RECIPIENT OF IT COMPLIMEI BY HOUSE this hallot was Wallace the floor until Tuesday ol anil se doors. In front of the hall the street was roped off at cacti entrance of the building, and double lines ot polio- stationed across the streets. No one was permitted through these lines without a delegate badge and ticket or puss badge and lickel. Hy 10 o'clock it una estimated that Ua.liOU people ware packed in the streets clamoring for admission, hut none could elude the police, ir Wiii i he first time since Hie convention began that precautions were necessary to avoid possible accident In the hall and at ,.ii..,. orders Were so strict that several del, gat, their badges were excluded Horn the hall for an hour get word lo the inside and obtain identification. 'I'll filled to its capacity, hundreds standing in the aisles sections on the ground Hour. Ho' doors. that had fori;, r b.fole thev ' hall, itself, iroiind th - Th. ittell was Seat gate tic (Hy Miirninic Journal Niit-fiiil leinn-d Wire) Haltimore, July 1. A weary, be draggled, peevish aggregation of dclo- anil alternates to the uemoiia- national convention drilled into the convention hall tonight with a long, dreary nielli, session in pi'os pect. Tliey conl'ronied tile hum- to. ,t,a ,,n, ois el'illil of ballotillir that ''" had continued from last Friday mom- : lllK. The tendency of the 1'eelillKI which showed itself cluriny the aft- ernoon when a half riot occurred, .showed itself tonight. It was on this situation that many of the leaders j based a hope of a nomination beiore the niht was over. They ai'Kued ; that the weary deli'Mates woiini nr.-aK the fast lines which they have been huidiuic, and throw eaom;h votes to one of the candidates to end agony of suspense ed that the situation nietit impossible on candidates -low the others contend - made an agree- any one of the beiore tin- convention. Tile Wilson forces, their steady gain thr serted that in tunc encouraged ..ugh the day, they would by result in the iinmediate clearing ol anv aeetion. He then onlen d Hi,, roll call for the t h irly-1 it t h ballot. Speaker Clark on this ballot reached his low mark since the beginning ot the contest. iin the thirty-sixth ballot the change was iinmaiorial. Clark gained a single vote and Wilson se cured two additional. After. Hie thirt -sixth ballot Chair man .lames .surrelidi red the gacl to Senator ( i' i i o rm a n. of New York. mi the tinny-seventh ballot Clark lost nvu. Wilson's vote remained unchanged. rnderwood gained two. In Connecticut I'nderwood gained four from Clark. A poll of PloriiU . w as demanded. Tw o delegates were : for Wilson and ten for I'nderwood. I Senator O'Corman ruled that tho : resolution abrogating the unit rule in Ii...,,.; v. hcr-j a preferential primary j had been applied to the Florida dee I gatiuti, and the vote was recorded. : I'ndei'Wood, 10; Wilson, 2. The rul ing pnmuced considerable disorder, In Tennessee Clark lost 3 1-1'. The ' delegation ave Clark, Wilson and cure a majority of the end the struggle. Another rttempt to sort of an agrei nieiit leaders failed tonight. conservatives were delegates and I I'nderwond eight the thirty- : i in h some among the Tin- socalled inference. Na tional Chairman Norman l' Mack. Charhs K. Murphy of Tammany Hall, Colonel Ceorge Harvey, Representa tive John J. Kitzgetald of New York, and Roger C. Sullivan of Illinois, itir.ed together. After the talk Chair man Mack declared that i very one seemed to be "sitting tight." "I do not believe either Wil 'on "' 'lark can he nominated now, dan-,, Mr. Mack, Just before th volition was called to order. The Ealleries were crowded i lime near'-d for the calling of the roll Tor the thirty-fifth ballot. They had been thrown open to the pen- nil j.uh- ' in o-t 7 b i ws As .1' tin votes each, eighth ballot l-i'; Wilson od gained ." the night wore ! delegates grel d 2 mil 'lark Pil ule. lb', : sb ii ting ! poll of j ness. Hiss. : jeers greet, : spirit w as j the aadieni i forced to i gaini on the temper v worse. Kvcry every demand for the gallon awakened bitter- , half-hearted cheers and 1 the few changes. This also shown at times in i and the police were naive offender w ho t e- ihson's pitiKMis m:it i)i;i,Ki n.v i:.pi:.si:s Seagirt, N. J., July 1. A p ledge of jr., linn to pay the bills of Wilson dele- gales lo the Baltimore convention was made tonight by Samuel lauilow, Jr., a banker of Jersey City, and Joseph i0. Heinstein, a merchant of the same place. Reports from Hallimore that on ac count of the extended session, many delegates were hard up, caused the Jersey City men to come here to make their offer. "We are not going to permit Gov ernor Wilson's fight for (he presiden cy to fail at this crisis for lack ol funds," said Mr. Ludlow at the con ference. "We will be prepared to pay the hotel bills and other living- ex penses which (he Wilson delegates at Haltiinore are unable lo pay. We ex pect to spend at least J'l.OOU this way. If necessary, we can raise $50,000 in twenty -four hours, and will do so., We will pay any sum needed to keep these men In Haltimire." Ml. I.udlow ami Mr. Hernstei.i noll fied Covernor Wilson before coming down here, what they were prepared to do. Mr. Ludlow said that he and Mr. Iiernstein would appear in Hal limore by i o'clock tomorrow, ready to succor the needy Wilson support ers. The rumored break in Illinois did not occur. Its fifty-eight stayed solid with Clark. The roll cull was in terrupted by the entrance ol William J. Hryan, whose advent wan greeted with cheers. The break in the Michigan delega tion came according to schedule. The Wilson delegates cheered as the vote was announced: "Wilson LIT, Clark Dm ha Missoui ta;s's "Mystcii ous" Disappeaiaiice fiom Washington He Receives Vote of Confidence, REPRESENTATIVES ARE UNANIMOUS FIGURES COST OF MAKING Roosewit Lcaileis Had It Will Take an Luminous Amount of Money to 0ii',anL'e Cam paign in Coiwtiy. , al .. id' .In i-a in ,.l I,' i - I . I. t ;i,vi . a., s , ii Cj ii , 1 1 ; i ! I a.l " r i. . ..: e. i i: i.,i. ,in,i ii Hi i b. 1,1 I' i. h I; in i. 1 ' I 1 I , , 1 , I'M' I, . ,' '. i 1,1 . i,e I - I , ,1 ,,n, III ., ,i, I,, i, i1- b,,. , ,l i p. .p.. I., I. ,1 p., i , I , K.'llll mill. M" I! ' , fuel COLONEL'S OPINION MEETS OPPOSITION 'lloun' Daws;" Candidate Supporters Point to Many Items Spends Day in Mayor Pres ton's Home at Baltimore Dur ing Search for Him, Washington, July I. -In an swer to attacks upon Speaker Clark In the Haltimoi'e conven tion, the house today adopted a resolution announcing iis entire faith In its presiding officer. The resolution, offered by a republican. Represent. 1 1 1 e Aus tin, of TeniiesHee, lollow.s: "The members of this house, regurdloss, of polities, express their full confidence in the hon or, integrity ami patriotism of llm presiding olficir of this house, the honorable Champ Clark." It was passed unanimously, republicans and denioi rats up pla a, ling. to Refute His Idea I hat Ex penses to Piomote Proposi tion Will bo Slight, This gave votes from steady gain making all thirty-fifth Wilson fiftein additional the Clark column. The which Wilson laid been day continued on the ballot, the New Ji.rscy Votes liit. (Hy Morning Jmirnul niwliil l.,nnl Wlr Washington, Jmy i. Speaker Clark successfully eluded all put'siiirs today. He Was ,.ot tn be found ut his olfico jn the rapilol and could not bo locate, ut Ids home. Rumors said he was in Hallimore at the home of Mayor Preston, holding conferences with his political advisers. His lieii- nants her,, simply said he was hid den away for Hie day gelling some sleep. All efforts to find him were futile. So consistently did the sp.-ak- keep to his retirement that he even could not be found to sign the lolnt ngressional resolution extending last year a appropriations Into Hie fiscal year, which began this morning. Ill older that the Wheels of govelll- iil might not slop at midnight, the house placed 1 1 ept'OMenl a t i e Alexall- er, of Missouri, in the chair as peaker pro tern lo sign the precious locuinent, which later was rushed to the Whit,. House, where president Tall signed il beiore Joavitii; for Philadelphia. All the guvenmi. lit de- I partmenis opened lodav in technical violation of the law which lurbldu1 voluntary service, upon assurance from leaders in congress thai a meas ure to cover their actions would la passed before night. This became necessary because many of the big appropriation bills still remain lo be passed, and the treasury could not pay out any money. After the resolution had rushed through the house and Speaker Clark V mysterious a threatened to wreck Hie whole Chairman .'i t.gora 1,1 of the appr turns committee, am) Lead woou, sought him in (Hprrhil Otrreoooialrnw fa Morning J,nirntt New Vork, July l. -ll.nv milch Wl.l il cosi to llnaiiee the third linn parly fur Tl lor,- Roosevelt '.' His adviser are hard at it with pencil and paper 111 rooms fiOa and fuiii of the Hotel Man hattan, trying to figure out (he answer. The colonel himself does not feel that a great deal of cash will be le iliilred, but the more practical mem bers of the Oyster Hay cabinet are convinced that millions will he need ed to campaign ill these tlavs of red flre publicity, flock-coated and silk hatted press agents and a candidate who insists on campaigning through the forty-eight states of the union in a private car. I'nited States Senator Joseph P. I'ixon, of Montana, has the dillicult task of setting forth the financial Heeds of the movement, (ieorge W. Perkins, formerly of ,1. Plerpunt Mor gan & Co., and still a member of the executive committee of the Pulled States Steel Corporation, and prank A. Miinsey, owner of newspapers, period icals and various stocks, are Senator iUxon's chief associates in this draft nig of an estimate of the total expense of the forthcoming lanipaign. I IUMHI. mill Voicrs o Reach. There arc 1 il.lliMi.noil voters to b.- reached In the nation-wide publicity campaign Colon, -i Roosevelt plans to have under way before the dog davs Then there is the herculean gdiiug an iii ganizal ion under acll eollllty of each stale. Here number of county organlr.a ed,-, I i , . ever the country and I he ilidi p. ndellt V ote; Coillll ics. I.i pill III. I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . I will. He old. I opt III I he a,,,, . I In. 1, ; I, HI 1!u , p. l I' . le Single In-ill. us t I'll,- , .''! ut 1 1 . , 1 I 1 ! , , - of i nd pin-, il. p l l ut l lie. 1,. , a, Ii v , ! I 1 "i,,., I -i.b -. I Ii, i , i Hi, , i, i, . ,, i b,,,i -. i, ,U ,,f h , i I -. ...I I I im ug , p ,, ,, ii, l b" i until ' , l.i w pa p, I - II , v ,1.1,,; . ,, a e-. I ,, ,,i., , a ud a ,!,,., - ,.i,e II. II,- u lie Il I-. I'M II ,., tl,,, ii a la-, .1 III ',- bli! 1 i -.--- I -1 I . 1 candid ilc All lln- Is I a - uig taken ml., a in ''v lie ti a mis , I c, dun, I v ii i in.' in Him m i- ll,,,, the I. lice seui III, -l.lv ' P. Ut oil th. republic. iii piim iii. -i lu obtain the I l pi Hi., I lot, Ot C.lolli I R.M.M V elt bad ill Chicago. v,ll ban- 1 . , M ah-... bp. I , l Iii ,,w ii aw , if II..- fir lit I '. I' l , ,,lil,iiii ,l I hi on; I, He no do. ii, "I 1 ii I II 1 1 .1 I. I Ml pal IV Hul I in- u il I loll all-, s 'Is thole a in ie , Mowing e I noun v alt. r bad I 'ul.lliel R a V cP hllC..'.. If bell, A I - OUIMBY Ai MALE PASSENGER TD DEATH that II.. I a pelill'. ol Ihe ie VV W III be wasted, for lie is i'l'1 I ailliot !o-e. P.. I.b S. lie , .e got lllS chief Sll p I I ulll I he pI'.'SS, W tlo-e (iVV Iieie. belfig t lil' id men, will io v . him a . ila re Ihe nevvs columns of their pi Hons. The item of -., I.i rv fu I ieol ge Payne and other mold, is id opinion lloln tile llll'lu "I'laph. expense the e..,.ue adllills t friends, and already orders hav forth to re-cllg ice the publicity til's occupied in Ihe primary ci p-adlng up to I he i 'hieago convi I ' i n I i In, s,e mind . I. aim il.li, a- I l.-nrv public Fiist Wdinan tn Win Aviator's I it tin so and Manager of Bos hii Meet Plum.e 1,000 Feet Into Oee.ri, MONOPLANE BECOMES UNMANAGEABLE IN WIND While Veil Oatrhtas 1 IllOWill! laiiin,";. Sharp Cast Tail of Machine, It Dp Perpcndicu- lai; Diops Like Plummet, CI I II , his gone ipial'. .Iltests lit loll. ,ltv Mi, Mill, K I tostoli. Quimbv, of a u to win Journal Spo, - ,1 T.imi,.,-,! M'lri.) July I. -Miss Harriett New Vm k. I he first winii an avdater's license ill NOTIFIED OENEEIil OF ROOSEVELT'S HOST LITY Illinois Followers of Rough Rider Propose to Defeat Gov ernor Unless Ho Gets in Line for Pioi'iessives, ally Ale hit and. upon the ' in the i plan lair. in, tu been liate, icnee pla n. pria I ' nder in, I fin ,ut Mi BR0NS0IU governor securiiiK fifteen Clark lost fourteen. Piiderwoods vote remained at 101 1-. Kern lost one. cam,- involved In the thirty break came in i in iiuarrcls. ninth ballot the first 'oloiado. Wilson was de till i giv II one .1 the twelve Clark votes of I the state. While the Colorado dele gales i!,' instrie ted to ot.- for Clark until "roli-ai-. d by him," Chair man James In Id iliat there was no unit rule involved ,.nd that the deb g.'tcs w. re ii -ie risr ! only to llu-ir pi,-. The s.nclo vote was on III, ted I for Wilson. 1 fore 'he t iiirt v -n int h Chairman James ordered the doors ballot the Illinois di legation bad a closed to prevent further ovi remwd- j caucus on a proposed -pht to W ilson, in?. He warned Ihe galleries atrainst i It was dei idi d le t to allow a break disorder and declared that tin- slight- vet. est evidence of a demonstration would j Iowa gave Wilson tn j more Clark MilllMVt. m:ssiov HI .IS ITS WORK The democratic national convention resumed balloting at II o'clock with vast throng in attendance and in nse interest Prevailing in the out come of the unprecedented deadlock. The twenty-seventh ballot for pres ident showed little change from th, last vote Saturday night. The Clark and Wilson forces remained intact, the changes being lew and not dei islvo. Aaothor sensation was added dur ing the l.allot when John II. Stanch field, speaking f.,r New York, de nounced W. J. Hryan as a "moiny htinting. favor-seeking, publn ily hunt ing marplot from Nebraska." .Stanehfield spoke from the 'plat form, explaining his vol,- and oham , , ii 1. 1 ii g New York as a d lisive fac tor in deinoi rai y. He declared tha' the intogiity uf the New York di legal--P had been iuipurne,, and insulted and New York had a right to be heard. His l.itt. r characterization of Hryan Has reoug n ize.l wi'h oboi-is min-d-. I with some hisses. Tin speaker ni. in iapiio. that the New York deb-gat u i CUTTING IN CONTROL OF NEW MEXICAN New Yoik Millionaire, Now Resident of Santa Fe, to Con veit Daily at State Capital Into Progressive Paper. Sania I-.-, N. trelling liitere Mexp a n was l, sou M. I'litiru. aire, w ho is in, While details X, Ii ) turning Junrniil.) M ., .Iillv 1 .-The con in the Santa Pi- Now lav in, pined by I'r-.ii-a New Yuria milliun v l esplilit.- Ill ' ills c't v as to 111. editorial pul- sel ill. task ol way in are (h, tious n protect Slllto. A la ha ma ... Arizona A rka le as . . . I 'a lifornia . . . .Colorado . , . . Colineeti.'M I lela Wale . . . Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois. Indiana Iowa Kansas Kent lloky . . . . Louisiana . . . .Main, Mary I I Massachusetts Michigan . . . . M i Ii lies. da ... M i.ssis: ippi . . Missouri .... Molilalia .... Nel.iaska Nevada , vv Jersey . . .hi; . -1 . 101! . !l -. '.'. . i or. . 1 1 '. . r,n t 'i 2 1 1 I ll.v Mornlnir .Iniimul Apfx-ttil l,Mltrt Vlrv., i lysl.-r I lay, N. 1 .. .lull I Hubert R. MeCulllilcli, of Chi. ago, who was leader of th.. Illinois delegation I'm RooS, V ell at I be republican coin . "I- I i, in. but win, was one of the first lo say Unit be would not I'ullovv Ihe fu! - mer president in Hie formation of a new party, cam,, lu iiv-ior Hav today Willi Hie Hlaleiiieiil thai (inventor I io ii. -on, of Illinois. il.l lo.t catrv Ids state on the Tal't Ii. I,. I. and that lie i McCormiok 1 had here lo open negotiations Willi III. colonel. MeCoI'mi. k intimated Ibal he had com,, as an omisaarv from meiii b.i s of the republican m ganir.a I ion. "I -hall only list, n lo what Mr MeCiirmlck lias to say,'' said Coluii"! Roosevelt, "and express a hope thi! some way will he f nil ml lu unite so that tin- Roosevelt folds in Illinois will not be divided. I wish tin Sllppoll of all those win, believe ill the com uia ml nieid America, and ihe first woman lo i.tohh (he Fnglisli eh, nn I in an aeroplaue, was Pispiully killed with her passeti- jger. W. A. Will. nd. manager ul' the Host, in aviation meet, at Atlatillc. to iiu '.H when her Hlerlut mniiuplaiie fell int., I ,rchc;.icr bay from a. Iu-ight of ! 1 ."II II fe t. 'Ihe accident happened when Miss IJiiliuliy and Wlllard were returning from a tup over Hosloti harbor to Huston light, a distance. uf twenty nub s in all. 'Ihe flight was made in twenty min utes. The HI rint, ui f tin, lalesi n, u, I. Is uf military aeroplanes, circled the aviation tl.bl and snared nut over the Savin Hill Yacht club, just out side the avlatiuti grounds. Heading back Into the cight-mllu gusty wind. Miss Quiniby started tu volplane. The wind was too sharp and une uf the gusts caught the tall uf the muiiuplane. throning til - ma chine up p.u-pendii'iilar. I'm an instant It poised there. Then, sharply uutllned Against the setting sen. Wlllard was thrown clear of tho chassis, lullowcl almost Immediately by Miss (iiiimbv. Hurtling over and ov.-r. flic two figiti', s shot downward, iking the water twenty teet from '!' "I'll. shall Hampshire W Mexico . . vv York .... nh Carolina nil liako'tn . . ibio Oklahoma Or. gun Pen us v I v a u i.i . . .Ni, II' si, al' kind o exerds men iiiul iiiothnds, ilininrlill The col the lain resented 'it win said, "am ud win, d d - a ii I na 1 1 "ii al, tlltullgh ! by pra.ti II bold II convent i. nel w as n f a f falls i y .Ml'. Mc a si gill lie not Ii ve 111 i Ii eli. h has I e same typ 1 IV the s repilbl icll n Ihe cell I ii ,f Ihe sal i high spli in Illinois i 'or U. aiiil chain' ..ee SeV.'l', I 1 1 1 1 . i r in Thev belol ,, HI ten It VV olilv I'l Men bo. US I dl.'li'.l'. a I ' I'.olh b. i'al of broken bruise-. I'll lashed sight piling i second d down and the water waH wbl, susl, Til- and A l-'iv I d th. slates I II .1 1 Kill ! ." I ho ,1 IN I him. sx Tli ! that .'1 I ! be I'l I told 'inning lb. said. "Ihe i iovoruor I fall In Iin fii'lil, Rous. V I t lleel II M r. II I I Ilia v.. III. I .1.1. I was i I Ilia Island . i 'arolina kola . I Hi m; 1 M i 1 t 1 I ..I, .Vol. l Soul II T II Ites.s. I". xas . I'lah .. . rmoid Vii gine, Washington ;;; West iigiiiia :,: Wjsc,.ii.-in ', i Wy oiniiig 11 Tot 1 1 "in i Pl ei- Work I xpei toil. ui a larger linn of calculation tin i. are :t!i'i coiigri s.-ional disl riots in th various slat.--, bin Ihe colonel and bi- sl. lining en pi ll -l so 1 1 li I i reaeh.-d I al,!.al ion i-ngl h .1,1 of I as had be plain, Una leaders In tin niselv , -"III Stat I tail ota, Kansas. Virginia," III. c, have the lepubli it would be use!.- all H I ihe plol .n 1 1 1 1 il i lig I V. i! Il ' he hlllll the stale all lll.b pell Sell. II, thai he V, IS In ,-e( 1 1 'a like I'alltoii Nebra-I a o, e p!a t del Ml M'.e,l III.. I 1 !' S to all. mpt b r 1 1 ..in the gi o-tlid u p. Th Is iu.ilar to I bat w lib ll i I lie I i publican I . 1 1 t V Was I Mill.. Tbel .- VV i Ie seVol I w d, " .11.1 1 .a, I, el d on, ble t. .11 lb. - to. I nil ra e , alfold i on n l lie II, i,l with th. M tliey a, it ioital l.sl. As I f. r . ,l I l ie'ls I . ; 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 e v, hit 1 1 bit. ! 1 , pubic a II J, , 1 1 V pi . Id I in; Ihe Ie Milled ill! I I. I 11 ' proper s night to olgiimzat the Wolk (Continued) on I'ugc 5.) Icy or the .New Ml XII aiiiioiiii.-e.l. it is umb CM t ii,. M di corn on th plnt-resfive publi. atmu, thai i'l , ,,'. , ii,,,r M ig u. become tie managiiie , Pull di tuls i .iin,, , 1. ehal'Ve in 11 , I na g " m . Ii 1 I.. l- almo in. ,.,, at the In, Idol's' He - t II In be Vlll The cm, si leration f-.r inii u st In- m.t Li on but it i iiieb-rstnini to t he Hi hb,, hood nl I I, ha v e I-t I l,o be, I, tin, Mr paper into and II I A. HI, , lit or. ,1 with lire I'Vp annual s li.-bl on S.id will o.k Jul- I I t bo euidi oiling made public, have been 111 .",11 null. ,- oipi oti d I e lor the , eld . enters third-term part-, ox p. nses will i,,.t popular stil.-ertpt be up, no, I and si as hlMl a sum : fur l down to the III N.-VV Yolk lo "a., !,,,,, ,,(. ,s to their time out of III these J.'.IW nil' pular thought, Hi people feel t tl.lt tin bo so great. Th. n a ion list probably will i PPM I rcceiv I flu, I s the gi Vet' Oil II il f ,.r..erl.ial ?,) ci nt- illt v i, b ,e there 1,1, be re.'ohe,!. Tpj 111- 1 .Maiiiifai-liiici- i 'hi. ago. July I I la u,M:ia n, pi . si. lent Ha lininia n M anil I act i I iillillllll. il id. to, by shuutilu; biius. lf had be n snbje, I to fin. boh,, t-.r -..me in The bollv W IS follli Mil. F l ua ad ulll of lopopla in iwii.v . tide 1 deep. Hie x : u T 1 1 club iii motor : were on the spot iiuickly and e, d Hie bodies out o t Iii mud, w hi' h they had Mink deeply, alii was prob.iblv inata ntaneous. idles well' badly crushed, SevO- ,Mlss Quiinby's hones wct'o and lb, re vveie i.i.i 1 1 large Willard. who weighed 1110 ids, lei Hie waler face first and mi.' di' there was a gush from h t he bl I was I lowing. 1 1 too, liind vi ral failures and bruises, clothing of both flyers was torn their bo.li.'H covered with mud. Hoop of -mi,- i'livairy held tho crowd back while lir. (ieorge Sheaiian, tin- held sml;, 'on, with his staff and a nurse made hasty examinations. The bodies Were taken to tho i.uiini 5 bospiia 1. hndi overhead at the tinio I ill ,v as Al iss HI, i nohe Stuart author avinlra'e taking part in I , which hail iiil civd upon its Fiom her high allltudo it vvi.i.bod Vli-s ijuiiuby's 1 1 1 -; 1 1 1 ami was nearby when .il'.sel the tiiuiiujdanc. In llin H u the uiumeiit nn nln- no lone ;i V tat l ice, hut w hell M Iss bu.fi was bruiight ashore. I..I aloft and Miss King sweeping cir I a height of about Twice she .started ll time was Seen to moment, siinimun- sbe t HI lied t he nose wnvvai.l and landcl in lu r seat hi lure eh her. en.--, of New York, nt.'in i.imiiiI.v' and M iss i iinm- n . I. Mis. Hole . hlllll VV ,', lie.'..', ie plusllaled ' UMIIi; Utioli ll a ml V' an-l e! ". in. I laughi s-ili.- ill,. I'.l, I ll l I.- I l.'lll ' l.f i:.,""l La ! bo I lie !'. ' Ol d .'ilillibv lodav !d i-v-'l t be .1 da si d Hi, ill dt live bund! do: la II. Ie dlle Seell llli I" belli , ,1 feel. bill , I, 1 nut her , II ll I f. Iv A. I.e i:e bine 'ull.ip-, eullbl , SI. V el Ml fi i 'M. M i lai, I i p. nd, I t' i 'anderbilt, s of the lii'd- ilu ir last flight, ". Willard w.re Willi Irielid.-. bsh channel .m d'V tl.vv .it an vv ll i Ii w , i i be- I ' sle : I. .-id sin 1 1, ICC, ,1 I ! v I !' .!' th. dig i am! Il .l by F. ,mp, is Ii e.ld. aid I,, a friend just i-1 o ii nd . bi i.-hi ru-ht in a w n bo.,,1 sinile. she Hut v s linb s Mal.h ittan an. I the lln.i.v, vi Ie , ,- lb.- ,.'iii". i.tii. and n piil.lu a a .artl. s el. It bin- ;, politic , oelll.r and ul ni.at ".n tl- t 1 1 i I I V - Ii V e assem ble district. C...,k i.oiritv, I minds, t be huiiie uf I'liica-n and ll- 4 00 (in ,1 ot us, ai-o t, is a Lire.- number of pobti- Mle,,-l White Plain-. Alia! II, S. I'l lit, by the state ,., Thaw N. V. 111.' al .ppi.s. Ill-am. i V I . ,11,1 I uirl ll, dll p p , Ii -in -t t.-t.,: the release .1 I !e. . The n, 11.1. sp, pur or the Mpei-d to one liarrv K. Th: plained at tl Rough today gar, led Thaw later atliVed lie W-.S IIIS.1I1 I w f i um M i t . , vi a 11, ,- In al ing b, lor,- .1 how- In- bad at fusi as a "murib ri r," at the eonelu.-ion but that tors developed al tuu-s of floltl seven!-f!e ii " M d, . d ii. 1. s a ti h air. V ' l -X I 1 1, m. I t top M' ; I.e a tu rol 1 b: I ra ni. I. r at'.r Ihe fail -h. Wed that .it lltn.a the darim; pilot had .-',,. ili-d to l height of r..tU!ll feet. The powerful Itlerioi, jiftor heinif freed of iU tt passi-ngeis.t,lidU ott