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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY CITY EDITION EDITION TMIUTY-KF.VKNTH YEAH V(l.. I II. SoJ. Albuquerque, New Mexico, Saturday, October 7, 1916 Itnlljr by Currier or Mnlt,7fHl it Miimli, Hnglo CoplCM, M WILSON SPEEDS EASTWARD; WILL SPEAK TODAY AT President Plans to Make Sec ond Purely Political Speech of His Campaign at Shadow Lawn This Afternoon, ELECTION MAY HINGE ON INDEPENDENT VOTE He Will Seek to Show That the Democrats, More Than the Republicans, Deserve Suppoit of These Voters, ,.. .O..I.I JOURNAL C..l L...10 W.P.II Crestline, o., Oct. (i. President Wilson plana to make the second purely political speech of his cam paign at Shadow I.awn tomorrow uft ernoon before members of the Wood row Wilson Independent league, Re turning from (mialia, Neb., lie will ar rive at l.nng llrnnch at lu o'clock to morrow morning. Tin! president is known to helieve that the coming elertion will bo de cided by independents, and he will make an especial appeal to them. The meting tomorrow also will b attend ed by a group of progressives. The president will seek to show that be cause of ltg legislative achievements the democratic party, more than the republican party, deserves the support of progressive and independent voters. Ti h-grams were received by the president today praising his selection of Major liemrul (loethals, George liiiblce and K. K. Clarke as members of the eight-hour board. It was stat ed authoritatively that he chose Den eta! (ioethals because of his adminis trative ability and his acquaintance ship with railroad problems; Mr. Clarke because of his service on the Interstate Commerce commission and former connection with the railroad brotherhoods, and Mr. Kublee be ta wc of bis he'ief that he his an aim lytiial mind. The rim through Iowa, Illinois, Ohio and Indiana today was made with but few stops. Mr. Wilson was told to night of published reports that Am bassador Gerard, now en route homo from his post in Merlin, was bringing suggestions that the United States muke a new move for peace. The statement was authorized that the president knew of no such mission. Cuuut.voy, A'ercstorl'f, the .Herman ambassador, ha.s an engagement to see the president Monday to present a let- t.T torn the UcrmaH emperor on t o relief. I ish DETROIT POLICE TO HAVEJONUS SYSTEM mt MOMNIM JOUftKAL PaCIAL Willi Detroit, Oct. II. James Couzens, Introit's multi-millionaire police com tiiissioner, totlav announced Ihe es talilishment of a bonus system for members of the Detroit police force. The bonus, provided personally by Mr. Couzens, will amount to about $10,000 annually. It is believed to be the first of its kind in the I'nited States. Mr. Couzens receives $.',.000 from the city as police commissioner. He said todnv that his salary will form part of TTie bonus, vhii'h"will be paid out al regular intervals, probably ev en, three months. A record of the ef ficiency of each no mber of the de partment will lie kept and distribution of the bonus will he based to a gteut ixtetit upon this record. JACKSON PARK MYSTERY j IS PINALLY SOLVED! Chicago, net. C. The bruised body of a woman found In Lake Michigan, off Jackson park, Wednesday night, was identified today as that of Miss Marie Onienwald. Miss C.ruenwald, it was suid, came to Chicago from Davenport, l.i., sev eral months ago. She was a house keeper employed in the Miller house of Northwestern university. She dis appeared Tuesday afternoon. The revelation that Miss c.ruenwald was Worried over an unfortunate love af fair practically convinced the police the she committed suicide. New Scheme lor War Ixian. I Ottawa, Out., net. 6. It has been oecided to make use of 3.000 brunch offices of the Canadian bank in the t ext domestic war credit. The plan is to allow an individual to open a savings account with the understand ing that when it reached a modest 'mount, probably Slo, the account will be turned into a war saving cer tifii ate, paying possibly 5 per cent. j THE WEATHER THE VEATHKJ EOKkTAST. ! 1'enver. oct. . New Mexico: .-iat-i i.rday and probably stunday fair; not . "in h change in temperature. I LOCAL WEATIIEfl REPORT, for twenty-four houri, nlln at " "i. yetrday- Maximum temperature. SI degrees; "iiiitnu 65; rarikre IS- lotr.iM-ral'ire SUMMER CAPITAL Can the Leopard Change Its Spots? W hat has New Mexico to Iiom' from a return to the sort of govern ment ii to he eeeti'il from the men who are candidates for ofl'liv 'n- . it pnulican ticket'.' - "-se men are not untried. Most of 1 1 Kill have held offiiv and i.uvc established records. These records stand Ix-fore the people of the stale a iiiop'iient to tlietr inefficiency a glaring danger sign ugiiiiist c Mietr rcliui, to HVHt r. I nder the old republican regime education was at a lower c'di than ccr at any time in the history of New Mexico. There was prac tical!' road system In the slate whatever, 1'nlitical hanking :i lilight on the eelopmeiit ami the tiu-.l m , advancement or the coiii ii t I i I . avoid ism of the most sinister soi l hindered nil grow III anil ambition. IT WAS ONLY when Till: Oi l) t'KOWl) W S Til IN V HIT or oi i k i; that Till', stvii: or new mimco ihoxn ro itr.At ii ns Tin i: ie eiopmiat. Now i lie Miliars are asked li return to power a set of men whose inefficiency and unfitness, have hceii .clearly anil unmistakably ilcition stralcd. It is not claimeil by any one of these candidates that they would iln any differently if doled tJns jear I .an the) did when they held oiriee he fore. The leopard does not even promise to change his spots. In this campaign there Is only one course for voters who want to see New Mexico continue in the path of d clopmcnt and progress, anil that Is to vote tlie ilcir.is ratlc ticket not liecaiise they are iIoiiiimtiiIs hut because thev have clearly hhowii their superior ability to rill Hie offices tc n ",' ii 'iey aspire. Die adni.i.istrnli.iii of William ('. McltonnM ha- been clean, ahle nil,! progressive, licl. lol C. de Itaea, who is ; candidate to mkviviI him, Is pledged to colli Itiue the Mellnnnltl policies, and his reinril ns lieutenant governor is evidence thai he will fulfill his pledge. A. A. dimes, . It, Walton and all the other candidates on the ticket are men who can he relied upon In discharge their duties wilh credit to tin in sert's and to the state. IKIN'T TKl'ST Till', ol.H t'ltOWD. THI'I ll.oPIU CNNOT (TIANt.E ITS SPOTS. THE TRUTH ABOUT ST Texan Who Represents Sun shine State in Upper House of Congress Gives Us the Facts in the Case, (V MORMIN JOURNAL PICIAt. LIAttO WINBI New Yolk. cl. i'i. Ih a prepared j speech, entitled, "The Truth About j Mexico," I'nited Slates Senator Al- j bert H. Fall of New Mexico, nt a re- publican meeting here tonight de- I nounced I'resldeiit Wilson's policy to-1 ward the neighboring republic lie , declared that "every American who! MM RY SENATOR FALL really knows anything of the true I (mug for peace with Ihe allies, conditions in Mexico, knows that Car-1 "Ccnnany has definitely decided lo ranza's absolutism, despite Wilson's J apply to resident Wilson," the nr suppoit, is tottering to a fall." tide reads, "to use his good offices In Senator Kail .piotcd at length many of the pre.s'ideiit'swtpeihes f"""! . read I numerous newspaper ci iticisins, and finished by giving a list of "Ameri- j can citizens." who, he said, bail been j "killed iji Mexico by m ined M exicatis j during the revolutionary period m- tween Uecember 1, l'Jlu, ami Septem- ber "1, liUti." ' The list included 2 s r, names. Senator Fall declared that "every j bank and practically every business institution in Mexico has been looted; j the l ai'. roads have been destroyed;! .1 it., l.,t'.. ,,,, ,,rul t.ui'ne.l ut-ef t'll't'S I nil- ,,,.s .... .. - until useless; all bridges destt oyeti, I American properly to the extent of j hundreds of million!) of dollars, and foreign ptoperly to Ihe extent of many millions mote has been de stroyed. Religion has been crushed out of existence, and those preaching It exiled from their homes, while the Sisters of Charily have been outraged and murdered, and those left alive compelled to flee. The churches are owned by Mr. Carranza under his decree, anil um-.I as barracks and sta bles by his followers, or those of some oilier faction. "Many niericniis," cont.inued ricnu- tor FaU "have been driven lo the oe- lief that the Slates, while lettual under ing, and of tin while having president of possessing a the I'niled j keen iutel- d. Hiding of phi ascmak eolil meaning uf words, at his i oiiimaiul a most voluminous Vocabulary of svnonvins; while untlel'slanding the art of put- ting words together in a sentence lo convey or hide a meaning, has not the ; r,ii ,,f the sentiment umlerly- ing a beautifully termed phiase. and! are being 1 l t,j believe that tin' worn 'humanity' card i a different mean- I ini to McKinb-y from that which It i bears to Wilson. that the wold giance' and 'patriotism.' when from his lips, ate s.niply be words, placed like sparkling in some w U-t urned phi as", b: not driven hot from tin- In-art thought of the welfare of tin try or of its people. y tie I DENVER JUDGE TRIES THREE CASES AT ONCE Denver, oct. ;-.! .- '".org" W I Allen, of the First divi.-ion of il. strict tO'lav bV court, set a new recur holding three inals a leaving attorneys t Jury in the rourtroun nienced a rase in cb was found an import: absent. While the w: 1 1 I, lice. ,, ar'ii.. in a, be had c ambers wh'i set Witness t -,ess tt.i. be heard ail"'. : her summoned the judge brief ease. Bandits 1 Presidio. Tex.. '.aid I'.ain b. I i. t S Mexican j bandits raided the ran h of a J-rei.cn-Mexican named FUaut, and killed both Fleaut and a Mm, an boy in bis employ, according to a report arriving here today from -San Carlos, a town norne miles down the Kin Grande from here on the Mexn n mde The bandits won tryin? to drive off tr.e cattle from the ranch near .-'an C.r- -J ty Fleaut GERMANY SAID TO WANT WILSON TO TREAT FOR PEACE New York Post Publishes Story That Gerard Will Lay Be-! fore President Overtures' i From Kaiser to End War, j 1 T ' II. MPRNINI JOUPNtL IPICIIL LlttlD WIMI New York, til l. . 1'he N w 1' won 1,1 have knowledge of mi. h a mis I'.vening I'ost today publishes a sloi j ' Ki,, ir , ,,.,it ,,. word of il bad saxing that it has been learned from , M.acied anyone in t lie ' I'tiited States, a tiustwoithv soniie lluil Ambassa-j -phe Cerinan ambassador would not ttoi .lames W. (l.-rai'd, now on hi j discuss the slory beyotul Haying he way bat k from (let-many, will lay b" l laid Information positively dlsprov- way fore I'resident Wilson a rotiicst thal,iiK . the president use his good offices suing for pence with the allies. wali learnej today from source This in onsltion lo have iibsoliilelv trust wor - (nv information on these matters, jH understood that Ambassador j., - (ierard, who Is on bis way (lV(,r here, will lay the kaiser's re.tiest i,efore i'resldeiit Wilaon witbin a tt e. k (lnd it is a fact, however positively j it mav have been denied officially,. that the possibility of I'resldeiit Wil-j son noting as mediator has been dis-j I cussed bv lierrnan officials with Am bassador I ierard. H Iberefore, by M() means surprising that trie repous now take definite shape in connection with Mr., (ierurd's tup to this coun try." Ambassador lierard is on board the steamship F-'rederick VI I f, due in New Yoi k about '1 ucsiiay nexi. , W AKHIV'.TOV Hi NOIl T ok ri: i: itoioits Washington, m l. ii. If Ambassa- dor (ierard is returning lo the I'nited I States on a mission oilier than to Kpeml a belated vacation, officials ol tile stale departmenl disclaim anv knowledg." of it. The t.l al elm lit has been authorized thai no preparation" for t1(. discussion of peace through diplomatic channels have been made 1 anil that all iiiforiualuiu gatheied I here seems lo indicate th-.t "ndi a I move would be inadvisable a: well an futile. . i Qfly W ENFORCEMENT , ,r,r.r-rt nv I A M f , D I T I I S KcjtU D T L MIN U l I I M , ,n .umm uit ihci.l u.iio (iiii Dch Moines, la., '' '. ' - Necessity of dry law enfof emeiit was utge.i 'alle-jupon lov-ans tod.i.v b.v Ir.i Daudtlth, illtng prohibition vice presidential eandi it if ul j date, as the special dry train moved em s, ' j east ward through the state. are "Long, long ago," be said b'-ie, "when Theodore I'.ooM-velt wa- V't in offc .- and bad led b" " a noisome pestilential parly .-mid, be uttered the i in mor ' a I tiutb. The worst evil in any mmni'iiiitv is unen for. ed law' I... A . nfor' .-in.-iit ih not a political i-sae. He who opp.ee,, the nfur. enii nt of law is riot a pol.nc.in -be is an a nan hi:'i ." I. F. Hanlv. th- pi '-ul' i.'o.t ' an- dldate, eonliiied buns' ihe natior.nl iue. ,f to d: .ui S, L BY A INCH RAMMED HUGE SWORDFISH tl iii-;,l tlaia X.. ll, f, - -The I : fi'jlvi-ioii, j . d S'at. -I w as rari. I fi.-h v este:-: a-:.ori. T' l in.' ir, h h. .t f.f'-' n-:oot ; - oid- h,i- i: tin- in'i re, j ' er. r.jr'.-y I reek 'it:' , er, ... . ordir.g t Cap. iSrui.t. iri,rr.'il'.r of . if -:.. i fi--, -a ho w . when the a"' i ' k ' -i hf.e t. !r.!. in tie a . ter I r. i.i' ?..; dl i anal, n Ihe I',r.'jZ.'- I orge 'tr -. th er, b':r. e: ' on the '.Juf. I curred. A I j laurn h I. an kpt !t:i Tit fi.h tlrt,ir i Tr fee; in ar,I .- VJ.'- i'.ed .-el , .HO' -i C ; PEACE RUMORS ARE U FOUNDED IS State Dopjit Have No !i - !. i. mi Is -!: to lla.e k vent Ofticials 'ittmation T hat ':vmi -Kt'tiUt'i't S. Art, VON BERNSTOKf-F SAYS THE REPORT IS UNTRUE Only Specific Art it -I- ly ot the Mcdiatois Will Rim Abuut Any dumtiy In iimis t .it i'i ol IMS I 1ST MOR.IIfl jnunsAL . MM!! I Washington, i i.-t. ti. Itaiiklng offi t'lals of the i lale departmeut said lo l day Ihey hail n.i inioi illation lo hell j eate that A inbiis.-jihir C.etal'd is I bringing home a ie.in ht from Cet -I many thai the l ulled Slates intercede I to end the Kui'i.pi .in war, ami weie i mil Inclined lo hetlete Ihe !lel J Count Von lift iisliu I f. the tieimaii I ambassador, declared he knew posi I lively thai il was unlrue. While the tb p.i it uu id does not be lleve Mr. Cel. ii, I would nctept so im portant a mission wilh. ut hoflfylng his goverlimelil, it is r.ali'.ed that I available means of en in m tin leu ! ion he- tween Washington ami llerlln are vcty hazard. iiin where delicate sub- jet Ih are involved. The a iiibassador, II is fell, might be especially relin l.inl lo attempt lo eoiuni mill ale with Ihe department regaiding a matter as in porlant as a pea. e proposal, Willi the risk that his messages might full Into I Ihe hands of Hie allies. It was declared, on the other hand,! 'llikt till' W il s 1 1 1 1 , I O gOVfrilUlfilt I STATEMENT F WASHINGTON In; lifrUials at the ileiiartinent t Kii ill that only ,i xpecific reiiiesl medial ion l,v one of the belligerents ; ""lis ol Ihe leuionie gua. on.., would brum about anv effort bv tlilHl'lm approaches lo I'd rogrud, i.hiiIi- cnunlrv to effect a Kuronetiii pence. In the hseiu-e of Secretary Lansing, a i who Is ill at home, high officials of 1 tin lepartui. nl said that even If a , direct ffcr tt ere In , ooie 1 1 mil one able, doubt I willingness , would mil sides befell H IIS lo ex press, t oo. 'It I d xx In I Ii. I a miill.'itliiii fium bulb w ould a i I It hi ,tK!'H' buve to cum Ibis CO II n 1 1 v is felt oolh'Mtoii'. of have been thai any a have to In Tbete i i rigid in , ance by a xl rem. Iv c; a grown their altitude neiittal would I ul ions. I ll I Hilt l.'t lull i mining ie offi' i.lls t hi I a in limed hellig lit; i l .V peace hruih;hl a hunt l,v ncL'ol ia I ions Ie I w een I In III eel fill' would be I be probn hie mil" war. Hoth I'l'iups of h. llii lliougbl In I,.- opposed to n ii i c I. of Ihe i Ids are ot lat inns as tbi'le II I men In who me by a third pally, esp,"iailv arc formidable though inn Ipartien i ompi i.'ung influent in all the belligerent i olinlrl. H keeping oi hr. I., ly In lunch Willi nil FACTIONAL ROW. THE PROS BUSY! I I I. . rid Landrith lia.e a' rliJI ll V ,HM Hard Ti, State fi of First (; Dod"in:' Id; N'.-aiiii; alf of flip Bl!1' I Oh.o! I ft MOia .;.p:.AL in- ' L . I Cedar Capl'la-, low ' ' ' I pi ohi bit ion i,a I ion:. I ca i,, ,, ! hv-'ly lime In luw.i tod i v j a 0, 1 1 . T t-t i'" fi,:ht v. il I. II I ra uk, a i,, den ding fur i ! dr y r.'i i -" in nine . it u ! To ad, to Ibe In al uf I I, ' I I ov er se I I," bead I of ' h aau wnl I i I, Tie an h i'l : glllig fai 1 1 shalllown, . Moini-r. wa ing train tii I-;l!' t. I 'oal, I..I e: ie da , for d A I on a , igliout l.li' I !, pr oin ta t in n n ml he lie-. r.-, i lie al I ' a.i.'liu'a ' ,rnll,i' end, of Ihe ot g"t M I " : Ie, I," , I pro-, l"d to I i it. I o'l r w a ' i, f g i;. T ,1,'li-Ia (Mb tie openl, e hibitiori : i Ihi-t H ml-, !l,v' fe;,. ll he fa . d I 'I'."'' , for f.hn H affl. pre Ie t r.e b d ,f Mill, ( ia I" 1 V. I,,' h (f ' , a f.''el ' a , of lie d -. -. r I y , art i,i Ih-.i N 101 KEEPS .it of GERMANS TURN RUM N ANS D T i oops Assi: el r Mo taiav Kaisei, With the of the Anstio- iiunj.iaiia leat to t Administe iieniy, FIGHTING CONTINUES IN DOBRUUJA REGION Oiu-jBrussiloll (Ya;,c. Attacks dUi'S in s Active A.-, Vol on I cc'mm ciy l ion imc I' icnt. ,BV MeKNlNfl tOU'N it Vl'llkl. t t 1 1. WlHV) Tiiiiiiio; again. t 1 1 niu.i n la lis win) id In ell adt ,111,111,' steadily i j i m t im ami Traia t l aula i If i man I ro a 1 1 iiih;:i h , d 'I. e mile .nun 1 I l el s , in , n il : ie lll-l invatlei s tlei i sti Irotil. North of I) .lion I'.ig.ii.c I il ' Hi Ml ' I , ' lion ot Ibe Ilouiorod Hie II iimania ns a re in I b Teutonic tiiiops. The siiccecslul repiil i In ,1 tadels on tile mhiIIiciII end el I lie was III Die II, Mills of I ', I 1 1 e I , 1 1 V oil ' I' aikeiihm ii, former .'hi. f of the tier man genet. il si;, jl, .Hid vtllo unit l.i"l week louleil Ibe Kiiuianiaus aioiind I lei niannsl mil and drove III. in bin It lo their own fioiittt r, North of Heps, t In A list I,, H ulig, i ii a ns l e. apiuied i'o silion and looli more than J.imii pit tillers, liucliaiest atlioits thai lb.. Kit , i t ! natulan Iroepsiu t'listeru Ti a list ania i i "I i have been willitliawii before uflaclis, i b) superior Ioiccm iii Ihe region of i I' ogaras. In I lobriiilju, heavy fighting eon liniies, with Hut Inn est recording I piognsN Jor Ihe Kiissians am Itu ! manhitts In Ihtr c.'ntcl' and on ib.lr j left wing. i W hile Ceneral I !i nitsiloff appaicnl ly ban ceased, l least for Ihe nioinnl, bis ullaclt.H again.d Ibe Auslioilel nuiii lines in V'olliynla, west of laih-k, DEL VER A CRUSH1NGBL0W , 1V tic lolllinui'S soul ti w a 1 1 iiih lissaiiim f.,'..wlth gnat Intensity .igaiul Ibe piu.l- I ' d in the la king of positions sou I II of I II z. z.i 1 1 y am e eapllir. however. i.r Mm Ie. laies i hibci.i prisoners. li.-i that all Cii.'si have been repiil iiltacltH In ' and Hint tin taken I, -'mi A us pi IS- 1 1 n-i ii i ma us I 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 In Mi I lilente 'Mir Ilrrt ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 I lal'.ell til el. mla. the ill Miles of II tiles, continue lo ndtain Hi laoojiK that j'.'ii"..i il .it, . 1 1 1 1 . . i I of. 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Il .pul' h ,'ald i'i, ,-.'i' . 1n I Iii .', I r , pi i . ii., h b.r.g I altalion He V, I o i o I ,i nir alia' k ,,i re- '"d and ' be I'H Tin laved ,.', ,1 I ,lo,',,lHI, I t , A lu 'i 1 l,,ll, , d III if I .l. I ll tiled ad lid I. A lllHeirh I ei hi ,u II , ,1 l i I-1 net il "I h Id I '. bi Ian I, la lot v Hid' li mil" d u, Hi" of the Ifi re h el" fir H,i a' j , i ih in I ill , O, I IH HI 'I l ill I, lllill" I I I hi of uff I ii I h, K thcr hi 'i i ,1 t lie pi ismier- .oiosN ,,.,. ground uiitler hc:ivv flie lo a suppoi t Ii cm Ii, and t In n retui u cd ,ill, It pulled hulls., I , i duly to bis company fx ti ui in m(' i , before his Hniin.l had been dies.,, , I This in lion uinltiubletllv nuitlc II possible fr the Vitt.ihon to i ii .1 ii i and liold ;:at K.ii.ls tif tien.li at ;i ,nll,i, iiionieiii in I lie nchi i ,tl al ta. It " At I .) Mf MBl KS Of" SN0i0AlL INDlOlff) t t tl l . t ti t I, I 'H II Olll.lll w t ie null, ted i tile fitlil.ll I'l.ilul linx i Into the opei.illons nt "the ll.ii U iiiallmg s lulu ale," men mid II I t' IOll.lt III lilt cM it;. il Inn e t lll!(, sl.lt I ',, 'I'll, y i Hat f t , t lib I'laclt in. i K We.'. I, tlcc pltsiilcll i.-.i.. .....I I i " ol the C. l C.li ;g T. ,t ,V I It t II 11,1 I bleu I llldlt I Mlt'llts ae I i i son, mug go Ihe tttiin, ill's i lo hue West "t; it in, i. utx ,i( ' ii, mil of I ..lllill Use the lllell Willi , i l tillielil ul I n t'l s v at I. II Is eh.ut'.i il. I I olll I 'llle.iKO I o I ln. The till bile t as lb ,4 cl Mr t , told (be grand lui v Hint while be tt.is at a hotel Willi Ihe wom an, the men luieeil their wat In ami I h I e.l I , lied In ii I I est lllill for lloliltloll ol the Maun while slave ml and (bat i h. t ,n 1(1 bllti The I pi. ,1 fo. 1 lMlk.ll pill I'l Hid 1,1,1,, Ii I'ud l. i iiidoia lltll- All. . Willi .la m. ants. illlan uu I'ldh s t In en i Is in e h Itttlt , rt'i ai e I It, niei T I' i t in It an ! .ail mi no ,1 as deli ml el men are fugitive i n Two oil from Jiisii, S IN I uiiu enii net t;t n is 1 eiGinon Collides With Passenger i Boat Near Noifolk; Fate of ; Passeimers Unknown, IB MaaNIHI HIIIIIM.L Pcit. Willi Noi'I'olk, V,i., I u l. II. An iiiildenll- ! fled lltlll'di lieighl steamer wan sunk" in Ibe mil. i I in 1 1 ir lonlr.ht in a ciil- li. luii with coiiipaiiv'H Ibe Chesapeake Steamship bay lluil City of Noifolk, oulward bound from Ibis pott for iild, I'olnt l 'Hindu I and I'.altlinotc, Willi J pnsiiengers. The i 1 1 1 -4 i . 1 1 1 . due to a lii'iivv fog en t . STEiER CRASH AND ONE SIS i v. lopiiiit the bin Ian. in . lined off H. w , f,., tomorrow In ful ftom la.lnf : . U s I'olni, about tour miles not I h of ; H. elloiial affair, however, n,m tM ; Noifolk. The II. i Hi, inn e Is lelinnltiH id a ml pom! of Inlcicul. Nntwlthitl.iud- lo IH I plcl. Whelbei or liol llieie ,ll(f ,in, he eolllellllillr leaiuH r ' was liny loss of life loot not been as- i niilrru clubs, the lnlrrrl III the inm i . ei tallied. lug Htt uggle for Ihe world'n chnm- ' I:. ,',il r 1 1 . n i id. I I'lilnt I'uinfull,' plomdilp Is liallonuj nnd Ihix In elear- he I alio... hum hetvill's I'olnt, v.er'llv deinonit ml ei hy ihe galheroig of I licit the bow of tho pii",t,ne'-r bin r: the cpi'ila lot for Ihe Iwo game that 'was p, nil illt .'allied iittav and lluil will be plavc.l here lomoiiow and at i ml peie uis nn bnaid wei. Im d I v M ou hi v. While II Im oiilv imiiiral ,iin'il .'Ibe pijK'leugidj. vvcie H.ildlo ilial t he mnjni II y of the fain Rhmild I ,c. e la i n linn, d I to ihe 'dl i- j I. all flolii New' laiHlaiid" ami N'"W ! ouniiiH liver si ea m e r I 'in u b"iila , Im j Yoili, Hi,, fact lemainn that hnndredM Nuttullt. "f liiii'.ebn II .nt hiiMbifltN fium all parfu ! '.',!, I .i 1 1 1 If.ili'l and lb. .lew uf Ihe jor the rnullliv ate here. I ll.iwl. head wire I a ken off In I'linill I l.veiv liolel In Hie I f v tonight I hi ' ,,ii lo.teicd ly Ibe i'iIv of Nni folk. lliroiiiteil Willi hiiM-nll follotvem who tti rll I sleuil'l I'oca hollliH' a nd ol II j 1 ' '' Hilling In endure Inenill enleni .HI, i, ilall Hhlih w.l. ,a ' lei.'. I'dl.i II I" "t l'b , Ihey lire lownred 11 place Iii 1 1 '. afl h. III!'. I l. i hv lhi ' l;i H i 'in lb I Ml ' on 1 1 wh' l Ii 1 1 1 1 1 bail lit feel of .1 of ll " i ily of N. ,111. tV II I ' III I V I lull I I 111! II Ihe ClilMh I i llemeiil the officii, f 'ol a iiHIitas id Noifolk 1 1 . i.- r. i t i III' ', I I llllt ill' ' K l " : i hul The 'il. ' W el I lull 1 I IOC , III' " hi IIU'I I I ' I'll I III. ilom Hid III I Ih I" I iv .ml' -, heillK Tallinn h look pul iili.'.i ,. Hli i 'I lllu-'l uf a b, It i I Although ibe I'dv ol W a . , I I I 1' ,, a tv i ', lo I h Inn bulk I, l a, la held a a hoal II u , lea OK 'I "Ii, I h IM poll, being a f Ml it id '"i fi II feel I a bu'V Ih" ' ol I nn' d lid "he iwlv ba by t'Ao It to I ugit The I 'Ily of N'ol Colli wa lo i dd I'olni ( 'omfoi I ill ii peed la ' " ice of I be fo, id I ,, i . I H I. id" .1 in I, 1 1, t' i I h cleat for ce I e , l 1 1 1 1 i pi needing clow' late of hilt 111 I'l'i I " II .Ih huh ll .".Id" il II, Ml I I' " Aid IIS (i t V Milll lll.lt Aid. or Ml, S V I II Call III pt op ' III I. ke I h oioja la I w. ,i.ii hi f, . I of ; i) II, ' I. II' bit ifiell :. d I hud la M'fJIOl'f) I.'; Vi'Kil R omcn.v if; ilDF "'"", , mt n. m i'i I.O.H'I'I', ll :.b ' i.oid. ' I l l ie ' ' , I. I ll ill H tt h iiv ah ',', 1 1 i g 1 1 1 i oi d t-., dolil' blla Mil II i at ill , I 'Hid. Ml' I'l , Tk h - I "I'lual tO l!l' "in su I; s line ba I lied of Hie Iii fin - Hi, Ii I 1 1 Hi Ie II t ll'ld w lolo M Ills! e ns on,tt hi " Of tin li urse, which i nome place !'t had been mer v as difficult to fol , ev en by doj light. BOSTON CROWDED i 4 - WITH PEOPLE TO 0ity I Avv; and Holds Itnviii!', With Fans to tie-antown to Aie Alt i (Heil ioted s Ohtimpionship Contest. Ot1 BROOKLYN PLAYERS AND ROOTERS ARE ON HAND actieally Fveiy Rescived Scat Openii to Be las Bern Sold; tho e, Contest Promises '.1 ttli1 of Lefthanders, ' IS.i..U.N.. -'tl,...lll.. i I'.iston, net. fl -Thin city wiiltM ibe opening of the I'.Uil chmslc tomor ittt between I In. niooklvn Not Ioiiii In ni l the IIomIoii AiuerleahH with th , c, ,ii ! ideiice that lumen from fiillh In its plavlng rcpicMehtiitlvpw and thn I uiibrokeii siring of Victorian In piiHt. Itonlesls. The opl liiilsin nnd flghllnir spirit Hint Ihe llrooklyn eluh and IK ! aeeoinpiinvlnn haiiil of mippiirtcm ' brought to lown tonight added Inter- est lo Ihe Impending slriiKglp for thn i pri iiiler ImiioiM of thn diamond, with out shaking In Ibe I-iimI tho fill III of llbe In. ,il faiiH that (hp I led Hi( wnllbl ilrliimph over Ihe Invading Innm. This confidence Id reflected In every " m through. ...ii .M'tv I'.OKUioii. in oaseiiiiii oet.iitn nnd waKeiliiM II nopM old llnie lilid iiuaiii While the helling tonlllht In In lo 7 in lloslon, with hut 111 I In I llrooklyn money in Might, thn iiveniK supporter of Ihe lloslon A met b an in far from preilp lliig a walkover. Thn I determined and cnuritgeoii MlrilNgl" pul up nil h.'Iihou by I'.rooklyn winning Ihe National league ehiimdonshlti hurt aroll.e.l neat epi.t f,r the pro Win of lb.. National b ngu niiindiird beareiM nlol II in ioiicihIc,) thai Ihey will glvo the llnnlon imni li,,,;,,,,, fu, ; aliffi Ht kind of it balt.e I Not a Konloim) Affnir. 1 - J The milen which Ol.ti ' in ta l'leep nod enl A glance at tile ri'llin- SEE FIRST GAME) OF WORLD SER ES Ihe hot I oin j ' ''I t. HbiiW'i llilil the farm hate lour j iii Veil from the iioiilli, far wnl, c.-n-I .,. e i I it-1 in , Hal and Atlantic Male to WllrleHB Iho ,. al 1 1 1 1 1 . -1 jpbiy nnd r pin Inn -why limes field, llnie wan ;w l'b I'h seal ing en pin -My for moro w in In u 1 1 '.. ' I Im n tS.lilKI iiieel,itorn, will be umibln , oiilei I" iiecommo.lal.. Ihe thronK who will aide I h. besiege Hit K itin loinorrnw. .'iii' i' Weailier Oiiilo.ik li.ioil. i .'lull. The weiitlier mull has promised his a idioil i flic n, hi .nd of malber for Ihe npiti liner o j loir name, h,., pi . dli lion cuIIIuk for an onipant. Ideal lodinn Biirurnei' day, moderately ll'illl Wain, iind wild IttDx If ah'.' wind, jflnndredii or men nnd hots gallicicd n iChle the wall "f Oif I'll k for an nil night vigil, iiuder hrilltatit moon hi ht, and in a .tiirtn iilmosphei,, that lioide over' oats and heavy wraps un- H I e a':.. r v. I The I'-ilen lending In thn uu l entil t i d j i" a t h n m of Ihe stands nnd blcaeliii'i ' " I 1 1 he opened I'll I 1 V lolllllllHW llli.lll ling and II wan apparent 'bat ll".,.. ' Holm w mild be filled beful e tint i me I" kiiik at 2 p. m. Willi Ihe ni'eptlnn (,f a few In, Med fur ii llol mini s. i-n-n leserved al tttiM sold mil lonigiil and lliene will be snapped up imnied , 1 1 el v wlo'i I tin t nre . II t on sale f. I the Iml office I t " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tv tiioining S'l gi.nl has ; I" en Ibe demnii'l for nenU that tint many tunic inn offered for Pile by "peculators. I'lesidiul .1. ,1. Ijmnln of Ihe lloslon , hi Ii, si a led thai he had j been forced to buy buck, lit a pi" imiiiro Koine titkils whl'll lie nelab-d for p'reon il tin nd : who had applied nnd i (mid riol I,, i fused n t tile Pel in i note I Spin iilalois Hi lip Profit I ' il"M' C "' i nl , 1 1 , r s Who W i I c foll'l- mile . lu S" I I' I lip., are e ell P' l! : ue l, I 'I'l ui'ori hid .p. o fit of ii in ei i ni'i ".. ,.( U'le H" lhal tb i. vt , a I V ful- sal". I h" e II I " ; i,r b. i" was Hi v ,: , ol pi a v he ihiv and Unfinished Hi HI Ihe f, ll Co a 111 I'll mi 'lu. all' the Ml II! 1 1 1 sdav r I'n A nn vv i i I b II d si. lent.-, I'm licnn league, , ,t ,i .itihn K Tenet- of the National It icue ar rived from New York, the positions of the umpire) for the opening gunie . turf assigned find the unnouncement niacin thai the Infield fly rule of the two league would he ohservptl under American league resulntions when the cljiba wora playlnu at th Boston! los when they cr der-' who n.i "tl aru.. e- m , T, south wind: clear. j I ii i-1 - - t r 1 V-r' rV