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lag lace just now Se hurry up theres theresgood theresgood theresgood
good girl irl and dont forgtt the Jot and andjollitr andjOlI1tl an anjolIlli
jollitr jollitrTheres jOlI1tlTbnes jolIlliThres
Theres a species spe 1e2s cf sadn sadness a with u uIt u uIt UI UIIt
It isnt so o much the Joss of the t th saP jajpeas p pa
as a the consequence thereof th reof La8t l tec 1cno tecno ca cano
no longer possesses pSSES S the t h charm c C Cfrr MHrMur MHrMurTor tr trfor
for thft t lh h Elders E1dr Thy have bee beoe tnere tnerelong t tIt terkng
ofUis va to ex explore eXplo elpIor ¬
long It f notion not1 h ahii sufficiently
plore plo it we WfI and a ihangeto han to a a1iIIIaft MKher al altitude a1titUdt altiud ¬
titude coud 1111 > not fail iu 0 act as a Conic onic to toour toour t tour
incursions incursionsthey lneiralonthy ons onsthfY
our weary 1H warrirrs The he brief
they have made on the territory just justabove justa ju juabo
above a abo bow us have resulted in ao permanent permanentgood pcmanentgood panengnod
good pleasant as the trips tri have been be beca be beaI beth
ca aI the th Elders have ave been unable to toHay toltay t ttay
Hay tay there Ion long enough to t J geC get3 getecUmatel getecUmatelo arclimated arclimatedSo Umated UmatedSo
So o nvmphie dear If you can ace ee e your yourway yourWhY yoU yoUway
way t car > ar to bring a bit of Jest aad jollity jollitythat jollityth jollitthat
that th t will w J1Rork work under th the condftujna men mentioned wentione en eniQned ¬
tioned come on with it l and come CO con con1eiIiy tjoiekly tjoieklyEeilly kklyReilly
Eeilly is i SaTed Affliction AfflictionHow A flulctloaHowevtr ctioJi ctioJiHoftftl
How Hoftftl Howevtr v r tis ajritl 8SI ill wiad that MoWno MoWnobody blows nobo1y 110 110y
body y good It the Elders had badwoc woe Chief ChiefRelUy ChiefReidy kie kieReitly
RelUy would hare Uif head av mD un bowed bowedIn bowe boweIn
In sorrow th day and h his tferongh lack lackof Jackof lad lado
of o practice pai < ticf cannot bear wdvewlty Uk UkOtherR like likeother likeoOten
other that might be earned earnedThe DamedTte namedThe
The evil moment having been n postponed postponedas peelponelas tponed
as long 0IIg a possible P let us now take up upthe uPlhf ui uith
the th history hi tory of yesterdays garite gariteWillie gadMillie ganeWillie
Willie illie Hong H had the good end of it by bya bya b ba
a Ions ong margin m in Tbe fl Elders wr w were never neverable Beverablf iieveable
able to bunch up enough to iron out outwrinkles the thewrinks t twrink
wrink wrinkles Willies smile made m Willies Williesface WiUIesraCE W1Ule1ce
face Willie HUe was wild enough top but butli buthad bu buh
li > had hadnometbing something withal that kept Ute tfceKlders UteFldlr5 th thEider
Eider from clouting Jouttn him mush mu h Eider EiderKsstck BleIerEssick Ida IdaEsatek
Ksstck was aa good aftr the th third janlng janlngbut IIDhI IIDhIi tnMn
i 7 but ut the th havoc h had arrev alrcay been wrowglit wrowglitTh wrowplThe wroigbtThe
Th The fielding features were we swell swellcatches eweIcothes well wellc3tl1fS
catches by Murdock and Hawivan J 2Oti 2OtiThe ote oteTh oteThe
Th The word swell II is k considered we weproper tilepro1er tls tlsprnperaxrPston
proper prnperaxrPston > xpression < by the real rei thftig thftigamo tltin tltinamOlig thingiamong
among amo g thf th players ptli nd is i here ciE used usedvicedjy ad advieedJyV
vieedJyV iE r Fred Weed W d got g ° t awy aWa wltha wlthaoupp with it a aouPir I IiouW
iouW oupp of f rtever assists on slow Iow ones awa awalanded allCl allCllal1 nfl nfllanded
landed lal1 ei two t tw of the n p three thr for the EiderS by bya hi hia
a twosack wallop allcp in the seventhFerris seventh eeventPtFerris nth nthFerris
Ferris Begins the Action ActionAltonty ACtiOBtt Actionitoriv
Altonty tt itoriv < rltY Ferri as a on previous pr jm occao occaolons oecaelor occalor
lons lor was Wit = the th first p poP > on ti toadvan I advanae oat IIatIn bsJIn oatin
in hani With th bat st tlti j i in hand he h batted battedftn battelO
ftn O s safe fc f to ft middit midd It thereby ther b achievta achievtafirst ariltevmk ariltevmkfirst achieVIIUfirst
first IMS h1 to be wip wlPid d out jf f existence existencea enee eneea
a mom momoit e t later Ia er wh when n Carney arney was weeleted suf suffered sarffred ¬
fered to live li > Rockenfield R ktntield busy as a lit little 111tlf lUtic ¬
tic bee 1Mo figuring out his percentage pecen for forgot forgot Iorgot ¬
got what he was 811 doing an4 hit the baH baHin baRm balrn
in a coarse oars angentlemaniy ungeatJt > manly manner U1flJ U1flJcoktd titat titatevoked tltKfokd
evoked much critktem He wa wan oa UMTR UMTRwhen thhtIwhen thhiwhen
when the > ball was brought oack d and andBill andBill ant antBUt
Bill Carney arnw had scored Fray brofMt brofMtRockj breePRoek t tRoeIQ
Rockj Roek home by a long fly to left leftNo Ic lctNo t tNo
No more excitement tc1te aent until the third thirdwhen thkdw t1d11when
when w tn with two gone the th Injuns ham hammered hammern barnTherft ¬
mered home three more mOrflhey They IftIre IftIreOishd w re e aa aaKisUd aaaistd
KisUd in this by one that got throng throngSerious tJ ouPSerious tMUI tMUISerious
Serious Bill Haut > D Rocky Rock Frary Fr17Reilly FraryReilly lrarYR
Reilly R lIly and Murdock got single ta this thisinning thiejnnlDC tithinning
inning inningIn
In the th last half of it Ferris F rrts who wiw wiwsomewhat wupom waisomeihat
somewhat pom hat to o the bad lost Brtryettc B E Eflck E EIck Eaick
flck Ick pinched out a safe one sending the tneUascon theGa tiWt
Uascon Ga n to t ocond < ond Bruyette went oa to tothlr tothlrt t tthlr4
thlr thlrt while Muller was as making tint and andKssick abelEssick andJssiek
Kssick wa being forced at t second secondHannivan seeoddHanniyan seeofldIlanntvan
Hannivan struck out making two twoen gone geneaJten gonewjien
wjien en Weed < drove out a safe or tYf to left leftcenter eftpnter ef I Icenter
center Bruyette Bruet 8 amped campe > fd home h me with withease withaile wtt wttearn
ease aile and Muller also made thy eHort eHortWard dlortWard et1otWartI
Ward Gets ia Some WorkIlls Work WorkHis Work WorkIUs
His effort resulted in the real sensa sensation sensation zeUnation ¬
tion of the day Murdock picked up upth upt ul ulthe
th t the he ball and nd Whirfed It home la Beach Beaching teaching ¬
ing for it Stanley Staliletwent StanIe went offMs off his kaiane kaianend bSIantand lane laneBnd
and nd fell beside the plate Umpire Ward Wardwith Warllwith W3r W3rwith
with sagacity saga sagaeitas t > hs as unexpected unf > xpectfd as it ItunSWItrtf weunsuspected we WUlunsUeteted
unsuspected planted himself hl elf rifht t on tile tbeline tileline thiline
line between third and home h Just Iwthe Wb3hed14 wHy wHyhe
he hed14 dW this thi should hou1 be loft to hiwseif for forexploration fOtxpJaratlon totexplaration
exploration Not ot seeing his way clear clearto clparto cleatti
to ti knock Wart ard down Muller dM the thenny th thony thlrflly
nny other thing possible He ran be behind be behind b bhind ¬
hind the umpire ami the still prostrate prostrateStanley PfOtrateStnly p oatrat oatratStanIy
Stanley and touched rou the plate Ward Wardpromptly Wardpromptly VardpromtJy
promptly called him out for running ntnl n out outof outof oulr
of r tbo tot ti line ljn which whf h beat Salt Lake out outof oUlof I IIf
of OTH run anyway an > a and perhaps more morebecause morebevauae
because b Weed had made it to second secondmear aecondmeanwhile nd ndmfarwhile j
mear meanwhile mfarwhileTbts meanwhileThie while whileTh4
Th4 Tbts decision dtd ion with wit h several f Yera others of ofthe ol olthe i ith
the th daY < may be taken to indicate Ward Warddid Warddid ard ardciid
did net catch bin stride in the first firstft firsty ITI ITIgame
y ft game amt berv her He proved proVp there were depths depthsin
T in his nature that had h d not been n sounded soundeduntil ltOundtd11ntll aoundeduntil
until yesterday l > sterday It was not supposed he heWoulrJ b bwould n nwould
would umpire like he > played center field fieldfar fieldfJr fieldfor
far Salt Lake but he did didtnat that Is 1 11aJ bisay f fsay
say he cot In the way W3 of the tell play players Vlayfr3 tIayera ¬
ers There is this much to be said 1d how however hOWver howcver ¬
ever ver He l 1Mafs lcas > ears his hi honors well It is isworth i iWorth t tworth
worth while to observe that stony star starand starlint Marand <
and to ppetulste fpt < ul tt IP a to IC the hardness hardrH 9 of ofthe orth olthe
the th brasy nerve behind it itElders itElders UClders
Elders Cannot Shirk Blame BlameBut BlameBut BlameBut
But the th loss IQS of the game cannot a not be at attributed attributd attributed ¬
tributed 10 u Mr Ward rd The Elders threw threwaway threwonp threnaway
away one h fur > r themselves thmst > t in the tt sixth sixthHau sixthHau gIthHauen
Hau Hauen en > n hit for two n ba hal hasea ts and Delmas Delmascam Dclm6eam Lelmatcame
cam > behind tw hlnJ him with a single The Theball rhtball
ball was hit on a line straight to t Mur Murd XurMk Murd4Wt
d4Wt d vfc < who inh graMwd it on the bound vnft and and5rov AnddrQv anddroy
5rov < > It straight ftrai kt for the plate Whether WhetherHam WhothaJianrivan het r rIianlian
Ham Iianlian i van told Bill to keep t on tj > n or whether whetherHantiivan wbetherHann whetbetHantivan
Hantiivan Hann an could ttof JlO check BUrs mad madrush madT1hllll madrlah
rush is not the t11 point The point is that thatBill tbatBill thatBill
Bill rounded third and pounded on to toward towlird toward ¬
ward the pan In Stanley Stan had the ball II and andTan andran d dran
ran out abOut ten feet to greet t Mr MrHauten MrHaUlen MrHauten
Hauten making one of the simplest si outs outsevr outsH OutI1evPr
1evPr evr beheld beheldI b bheldThe h ld ldTbfo
I Th The rungetting run ttft ended with lth the seventh seventhF eVeflthfar tnth tnthfar
F far as the th EJlers were concerned concernedwlc OOIreelDedskk oircernedsiek
wlc rrit It t life through another error by byrrls byFni b brrt
Fni rrls rrt and took second on MuOers out oatT outThnllivan outTitnnjvn
T Thnllivan moivan drew a walk makJn making two otles on onlm ont
lm les t es when Weed d rame up Weed drove drawn
jn n ° pr nod > od 4 and hard < l to right center and andl and1th andjth
l 1th th hand inb scored scoredTbr SCOIadTt cordTPc
Tbr Tt > f finil run of the t h game ea cane in the tneeighth thefi theeighth
eighth fi b1h Rettty bit one n safe and sneatP sneatPsecond aueaPttsNnd nek neksnd
second the war W of It t being > thus Hol Holand Doland 1101and
and was wa at the bat Reilly toofc a lead leadoff 1MdIff leadf
off f fin Hatwwt en threw to catch hiM hiMRm hinttiIt1y ntauThirty
Thirty Rm tarte4 tartf for r second instead ol olsuirtine oftArt olartinr
suirtine tArt in beck to ftrf ftTt t Clark ark wildnt fOuldnthfri wildntwhfri ouidTt I Iht
whfri hfri ht with the ball qui qulftJ enough to set setReflly gelReilly et etR
Reflly R lh and tile Chief was W aL afa oa oaa soc socond aelord
ond a J Mnrdocks 1rdQk out put hta on third thirdand thirJand thtrianl
and Snley f Illey hit borne home with a single singleTV singletou singleto
tou touT to ft ftT
TV T htiplrew will go o on agate this aft aftern afl1n after
ern er 1n r st t Walker1 lot beginaliiK beghi at S SFoi 30 30Foloi111 3OFol
Foi Foloi111 virs v ng is th the pcpre pcpreSpokane rreSpokane re reSpokane
Spokane Spokaneout SpokaneAB
AB It 1tO O A E EFri E E0
Fri 4 1 2 1 1Cariry 3 3Carl
Carl Cariry r f 5 t f 0 0 0ROk I IBockrtield
ROk Bockrtield p fjld b i 2 2 4 4p I I1
p ry t f 1 1 4 0 0R
R Reill iJI b 4 2 1 f fHttR I IW4landlb
HttR W4landlb > nd lb i 4t 1 11 3 t tKtttdnrk I IMurdrnk
Ktttdnrk c f 4 0 I I 1 1Star1fY I IStaLiey
Star1fY C 2 0 1 c 1 1Bosor I I1I0tI
Bosor 1I0tI Ii 4 4 0 I 1 C CTotals 0 0Tetals
Totals r x s ItIir ii 83 83ulJ s s4tuier
4tuier ulJ r out for running out fJl t line linef DneSa1t nneSilt
Silt Lake LakeAB LakeV
V f AB ABE R R H ITPOA ITPOAMgi1erLf PO A i iI E EXallfr
I Mgi1erLf Mailer L f fHanian 4 4Hanniv 0 0 a I IHannivan
Hanniv n c f fWeed J 1 1 1 0 0Weed C CVeed
Weed Ib IbCtetlin i I I J i iEId1a 5 0 0GlIfoUa
GlIfoUa Ctetlin r f 4 4Ctertilb 4 8 1 1CJ ICakIb
Ctertilb CJ Jk lb 4 4Hausen C CHauaenc 11 0 1 1HaVSfn
Hausen Hauaenc c 4 4Delaias 0 > 2 I IDehnu S I IDeImasb
Delaias DeImasb 2b 2bBrttjette b 4 0 1 Z 4 4BnlTEtte C CBrerette
Brttjette s s sEs II 1 0 7 1 1EdIck I IEesickp
EdIck Eesickp Es ck p pTotals pTotals = 41 1 1 2 2TQtals
Totals 35 3 3 S sri 37 37Scro 11 1 1re iSo
So Scro re by b innings 1234567St 1234567StSa 1 2 3 4 5 C 7 S SSakhake t tSa1t
Sakhake SakhakeHita Sa Sa1t l lAke ike 0 1 0 i tt 6 0 s a aHits 3 3Hits
Hits 0201211 2 0 1 1 3 lr lrErrors k1 k1Errors
Errors ErrorsSpokane i iSpokane 1
Spokane 2 t t 0 0Hits t116 t116litts
litts JS 9 4 4rrorts t 2 f 3 3Jirrors f1I f1IBrrors
Jirrors rrorts 9 eaie it 1 e i ioiooi ioiooimed 0 1 0 ft a aBarned 1Barne
Barned med runs Spokane 4 threvbas tlt hue bit bitROenfieW bit bitRQ liltRodenfiId
ROenfieW RQ kenfieId twobase bks bk Hfti HftiWeed Hautlfm Hautlfmled HaueanWeed
Weed led bases on baits Muffer M Hoi HoiGfmn HotG Holfaz1 Holfaz1Gzn
G Gfmn n Clark Hanaivan BN rwyUtte jNKte te struck str struckout ek ekiJGt
iJGt out BalB 11antdvana va g mt mtt
land Delmas left on bases Spokane 6 6Salt
Salt Lake 11 wild pitch HOJSK passed passedbait USedhall paase paasehaL
bait Hau Hau en en4 first on errors Sf SltCkawe SjckaneSalt < ckaite 1 1Salt 1San
Salt Lake 3 stolen bases Hullr MuU Rettfcr RettfcrMierlQee RetIttertO Reillynterlflee
MierlQee ertO e blta Stanley Stl nley Hamdvas UmplraWard Umpire UmpireWard UmpireWard
Ward fine 145 1 14 Attendance AUemJmtltBUTTE AttendanceBUTTE4 < 2fc 2fc3UTTE
BUTTE BUTTE4 4 BOISE 3 3Miners 31nrs
Miners 1nrs Nearly Lostthe Game in the theNinth theNinth th thNinth
Ninth NinthButte NinthBu NinthButte
Butte Bu tie July uly 8 BA A batting q1fy i i1ty 3fy in the theninth 01 thninth
ninth inning I today netted tted two runs for forBatte ffIr1Iut to toBntte
Batte 1Iut and Dd won tbe most exciting g gain ganeof gainoC me meof
of the waeoa Bote Bo bad heeD wiabla wiablato noah noahto
to soore up p to this tenlq when tliro tliroman tIi thromen
man m reached home Score
ScorR 1tH 1tHButte R R H K K3aU Btte I
3aU Butte tte 4 i 10 ioBttedenvaebtndei 4 4Bob at
Bob J 9 9Botteiico
Botteiico Bttedenvaebtndei t i Vaabtodor v and d3 d3w S Sptcel SptcelWrbt e6cer e6cerWrtet
Wrtet w and nd Kelt KeltRlltreDavls KeAadwy
ITwp RlltreDavls lYrnpiceDavlaPAOTS RlltreDavlsFACTS re Davis DavisPACTS
A s guess at pae be pitchers for or to today to toda7 today ¬
day names JfteS Srinkwater for or Svokane SItoka ea1ld ea1ldTIt1Is a aTitus d dTitos
Titus or Meredith for Salt Lake LakeDoablbeader 1akeDoableheader LakeDoableheader
Doableheader tomorrow tomoiTOw bestnntae at atodock
2 odock in the afternoon Tae Spokane Spokanet SDoIt SPOItaB SPOItaBten de det
ten t tun teav ea leaves for Butte Sunday nit D = t and andtbe aDddie atb atbtbe
tbe Elders 4ers will go to Boise TS TbUr11 TbUr11in r I1Jd8 I1Jd8This tey teyHMcHteg
in HMcHteg tndng This makes but five games aiUnd eS for forthepresort torUte tO tOtba
Ute thepresort JK jweeest IIItIK series Bert a ad d feave Iea Salt Lake LakeOJH Lake1IItd LakO
O OJH E iwaXDOHoi SSWOTh0 1IItd came with SJt poknne poknnetmke okane 3ajt 3ajtL alt altLake
Lake wflpiay wilt pIq j at Bofee fotJI triy 13 to ff ffand tiad ii iiand
and will then come beck to n reflUlne reflUlnet wn bOO bOOtiee oa oatftttfea
tftttfea her here with Spoka M ii again againla acainIa againIn
la the last t isota lnutugRoelcentlet RoetasHfieMi nOt wt wthad w whad whad
had been smashing 1IUI them In t the e face all allday 11 11ria 1 1da
ria day knocked an easy one down U t Delmae Del Delmas Delmas
mas Knowing something of Delmas Delmastraits DelmaStraits Delmartraits
traits Rocky dldnt try to run it out outbut outbut outbut
but turned for tb the flel field It wag tbe tbethird hethird th ththird
third oat o t and seeing Rocky gt giVe e up upDelmaa uPDelmu uPDeltas
Deltas dropped tae bail and made me the theassist tbeusIst tb tbaslst
assist by kicking it to Clark ClarkThis ClarkThIs Clarklhlg
This same Rocke Rockeisfield kafted fted after aft tradns tradnsoff tfdntoff teadnioff
off A triple and a single tate gave CfctBtiny CfctBtinyHannivan CbiDt CbiDtHanmvan ClbaIttlHanntvan
Hannivan ft cha cha e to 10 the brarb b Rp Rphit RorIf RorIfhit Roekhit
hit one hard and hlgtt Way bade 1 y tr trrailing tne tneUng t trailing
railing Ung in right center Hanalvan had liedrzit Wran W ttrJD
ran a distance cJ that t looked like two twobnn twobnndred bun hHnimporUBit bundred
dred yar6I yaf but wasM waa boa Of course TIre TIrehupertaat TItiimportant
important part of it was that K he ea eaugltt eauglttOle catighthe g t tthe
the ball 11 after one of the best efforts seen seenIn enIn sootIn
In the outfleM this y yeAr yeArSTANDING yearSTA1IDINGOP r rSTANDING
Pacific National League LeaguePlayed L LnaguePlayed gue guePlayed
Played Won Lest L st tP P C CB C CsoDae Cokae
soDae okae B 73B 70 Si 2 3 S 81 WSS 81Sbue <
31 3 SS SSButto 7Butte 18 18utte
Butte utte M Si i SH 4H 4HSalt 4101Stilt 41ltLake
Salt ltLake L Lah k I1 I1National S 3i IIT IITNational
national League IieaguePlayed LeaguePlQ LeaguePlayed
Played PlQ Won OR Lost P PC PCN PCewYel4c C CNow
Now N ewYel4c York 68 17 if ifClaJease H HChicago f fbloa
Chicago bloa u J8 I it ittal I 5fI 5fIrw
rw tal M Ji 2 2Itttsbwrg i m mPI
PI Itttsbwrg 77Z 77ZLo G II 53 53St 5a3tLo
St 3tLo Lo louiIJ fa M MBrooklyn JI 11 iIb iIbBnMtk1Jw 111 111tuokZy
Brooklyn tuokZy uil 11 11BoatfR i it i 41 41a
BoatfR t A JI JIPMtedeWkla a t I 8 8fldtat1a 1 1P1tUa4dp1a1a
PMtedeWkla JM JMAmerican k 11 ISI S SAmeri
I American Ameri an League ieaguef ieagueBoston 1eaguePlaYed LeaguePIsed
PlaYed f W Won 011 Le P Co CoOD C Co8tou
Boston BostonNew OD N t4 I INe 88 88ew
Ne New ew York M MChicago 4 5 811 811blesga itS itSChicago
Chicago Chicagodevttart 88 44 44cte 44Ieydaad
cte devttart 92 92phUadotohia fi S SP1dIad 1 18 18Pbiiad
phUadotohia Pbiiad Ipld W WSC 4 43tLov II IISt
SC 3tLov Lo IoW 6T 6TDetroit eo I i i t tDeUoJt 4j1 4j1Doft
Detroit DetroitWasbtagton m 88 fl Ii b 411 411Wsithito
Wasbtagton C CWestern n UWestern I IWestern
Western league LeaguePIqoell LeaguePinped r rPiarat
Piarat Won W L LeI sP Ot OtDmver QrDeav 4 4Detiveg
Dmver Deav M t tColorado 3 31 a aColorado 009 009Colorado
Colorado Springs Spd M pg M e4 4 4Dmaha 36Omaba 36 1S6Olllha
Omaba tJo 32 XI 5W 5WDesMolnee 5tSDes 5 5DnttOInefr
Des DesMolnee MoIlHi 08 X Pt 4 J09 iItSL 103LJoepIt
SL 3LJoepIt Jo 69 69NATIONAL z 311 11 HI HISlota 48 483oet9b
Slota 3oet9b City a aNAPIONAL
PKUbwrg PltbiHlrt1 Pttsbur J July ly S 1 aMers MlBer > poor p work workdefeated workdefeated worlIefeted
defeated Pltt PlttUr barg Lymk Lyn k was wa hit on onbad ontHe orhe
tHe pitching Dg arntby rm b a hanlJ t b llnd llndW nudtad
bad to retire I L I4ebvel v r dW good werk rkbut rkbutCCHIN Jwt Jwtt bttt0II1
CCHIN 0II1 JI t f8ve ve ti tbp game AttendanceSeorei AttendanceJI Attendance Atendance2JIIe
2JIIe JI Seorei Score
RHi RHiIlttzbgrg R H H Hrtttsbory
rtttsbory 1 J i it itB4xttou 18ioeton 3 3Boston
Boston v J JI u IIBatterIesbULiei f a aBatteries 1Batterie
Batteries BatterIesbULiei Mfliar 9l Lynch LeevorrPhelps LeevorrPhelpsWllheim LeoPholp8Wilhelm Leevor Phelps PhelpsWIlhelm
Wilhelm andXaZlled and Needbmn Needbmnn NeedhRmEafned
Eafned n ed ruse PJttalwirg 2 Boston 2 two twobase twohits twOase
base ase hits Blefcey Cooley I DeJekanty DeJekantyN Delehantyedham > lehanty lehantyNeedbwn
Needbwn N bam threebase e hit Seabriag bases baseson baseson basatn
on n balls lhr off Miller 2 Z off Leewr ver 1 oft otfWilhtlm oftWUbelm oLJiVilbolm
Wilhtlm 1 1 1 Umpires JohnatoB t8toDe anti Car CatMtter CarCMcace Carter
Mtter Mtterch4cu ter
CMcace Jly Jl 17111 a ntch pttcks rs battle battletoday 11ettJetot
today Brooklyn B failed to get a men past pastfirst paStfirst pastlint
first base g tet gietthtg tthtg ony ro t o aJnfies ngies off offBrings oUBrt ofikigga
Brt Brings TIle latter won hit own game by bya byL
a L scorching IeOlCbthtt bit Into th the right field with withtbe withthe wittbe
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ond Game GameOnce GameOnceJI GameS GameOnce
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teams will meet at a Liberty L belty park and aden a aclose acloM
close den ccntest c ntea fa rxfccud The game waR wiHbe waRslled willbe
be emll slled d at 230 23 oclock o dock this afternoon afternoonteani afternoOnTbc R RTIIt
TIIt first saMe was woe b by th thteam the < tou touteam
team but since uCe then the bench froai froaiSaady t fruntSandy
Saady took t ttt titens e m dowtr tn the line and the theCity theit titeCity
City it team te think they bare a cbacr cb BolU BolUteams BotbteamJI BOttteams
teams have been wtakfngjout witJng iOUt every 6a 6athe Ciaj CiajaRd Q Qaall
aRd several ehaB changes < ea have baen a made lu luthe inthe
the lineup This Thisup is how they will lineup line lineCouwty linep
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Leonard LeonardForbes 2 B BBk Jeffs JeffsMcK Jeflshr1Jes I
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Wright WrightKorth L F Evans KvansC EvansKOrtk vana vanaIfoeth
Korth KorthBest C = F Humphries HumphriesDavid HumphriesBest HutnphnesBest
Best 1 1Jehaaon Rp David ivi Smith SmithVIRUS SQrtthJe zwIth zwIthJohnson
Johnson JehaaonWoods Je l S Sob Vigus VIRUSThom VigusVOCIg VigusWooee
Woods WoodsJennings Sub Thom IJtem1JeanIAgs Themes ThemesJennings 8 8Leatham
Jennings Sub Leatham LeathamAMERICAN LeathamAMERICAN LeathersAMERICAN
1 1American
Special Sp to The Herald HerahIAmerican HeraldAmerican
American Fork July 8 8Tbe The most ex exciting exciting XJ ¬ I
citing baseball bas ball same me of the season was wasplayed wasi wasplayed
played at the City Park grounds today todaybetween todaybetween todaybetween
between the American Fork boys andthe and andthe andthe
the Draper baseball b sebal1 team It was a ahard ahard ahard
hard fought game all I the way Wa through throughand thr ugh ughaM
and at at first it looked lo as though the thehome thebeyS thehome
home beys would have a walkaway The Thetads Thelads I Ilads
lads from Draper got attheh a at tbat thek best in inthe Inthe i
the third and fourth innings aDd thegame the thegame thegame
game was close tip to the last two inn innings InnfnJS lnnings ¬
ings The game resulted in a victory victoryfor victorYtfr victorYfor
for thehonte the home team by a aucore score of otS S toS toSThe to 6 6The 6 6The
The lineup was as follows followsAmerican foll fellowsAinericaa wa waAmericaft
American Fork Draper DraperVaudrill DraperVaudrill DraperVaudrlfl
Vaudrill 2 B A Rassmuesen RassmuesenDunklev RassmusenDuukle ReasmuosenDunkley
Dunklev JC C Sorenson SOe SoeeDOflVarneyL SorensonE R RE
E Varaoy VarneyL AtDe L F StrtagfeHow StrtagfeHowDuncan StriDgfeUoWDu StrngfetiowDuncan
Du Duncan eaa IB 1 Bo Mitchell MitchellShelley MItchelShelley MitcheUShelley
Shelley SB 3 B Brown BrownW BrownW
W Vamey VatTAeyS S S RWeout RWeoutBuch RMeoutBUfIi Rideout8u8h
Buch R F Allen AllenHaasen AllenlIaisons
lIaisons 1 C F Terry TerryWaMcer TerryWalker
Walker P Barber BarberPRasmuasen B BPRasmussen BarberPItasmussen
PRasmuasen PRasmuasenUmpire PRasmussenUmPireSteele PItasmussenLmplreSteeie
Umpire UmPireSteele UmPireSteeleELEVEN Steale StealeELEVEN S SELEVENON
Crack Handicap Horses to toStart toStarf toStart
Start in the BrightonRace Brighton BrightonRace BrightonRace
Race Today TodayNew
New York ork July S 8or For Ol apurseof apurseofSM00 apurse a purse of ofi of88u
SM00 i the th prize of Brighten DI1gh n handicap handicapthe iea ieathe
the greatest gre grea test ± est horses In America are arecarded arec1 arearded
carded c1 r < ed tb struggle tomorrow at Brigli Brigliton Brignton Brighton
ton Beach The track should be in good goodcondition goodcondition goodcondItIon
condition Eleven horses hors s are in the theMst theHst thelist
Mst but seven aredoubtful ar are doubtful starters startersWaterboy staXters staXtersaterbo1 startersWaterboy
Waterboy aterbo1 owned ownet by J B Haggin of ofCalifornia ofCalifornia ofCa1tfornla
California has trained in grand style stylefor stilefor stylefor
for tomorrows contest He will be beridden beridden berlddett
ridden by Lucien Lyne LyneThe LyneThe LyneThe
The probable probe starters and andjocke Jockeys Jockeysand Jockeysand s sand
and odds are areOrtwelles areOrtwelles areOrtwelles
Ortwelles ONeill 5 Irish Lad fHII 1111
debrand 4 Waterbey W terb9y Lyne 2 21f 21fMajor 12 12Major 1 11IIajQr
Major Daingerneld Dting r1leld Martlft Martin 2 2i Her Hernils Hermls Herinis
nils Redfern Redfern0 3 L The Picket PIcketEugeni i 5 5Eugenia 5Eugenic
Eugenia Burch Shaw Shawi 3 38 St Valen Valenyne Va1entJn Valentine
tine tJn Travers 2 S Palm Bearer H HPhillips HPhillips HPhillips
Phillips 28 Broomstick Burns13 Burns13Highball Burns 13 13Highball 13Highball
Highball Odors 8 8Piglit 8Fight Sright
Fight Was StoppedPhiladelphia Stopped StoppedPhiladelphia StoppedPhiladelphia
Philadelphia July 8 8 Mayer Weaver Weaverthis Wverthis Weaverthis
this afternoon announced that under no nocondition nocond nocondition
condition cond tion would he allow the th fight be between between be between ¬
tween Fitzsimmons and OBrien scheduled sched scheduled sCheduled ¬
uled to take place tonight ton ht to be pulled pulledoff IHIIledoft pulledoff
off He said he was wasfuli wasfuFly fuUy convinced eo l that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the bout was a prize fight 11tt and not a aboxing aboxing aboxing
boxing contest contestADVANCING contestADVANCING contestADVANCING
4 4General
General Kuroki Making Ready Readyto I Ito
to Attack Mukden Mukdenf MukdenStPetersbur
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ f St StPetersbur Petersburg July S 8131 13 p pm pmA pmA +
+ m mA A special dispatch dlsp tch from New Newf NewCb NewChuang +
+ f Cbuang Cb ang dated yesterday ye terday says saysGeneral 4 4
4 General Kuroki la advancing all allalong aUalonb allalong +
+ + along the line and adds that Jam JaDaDese f tanese ffanese
+ fanese aDese officersare officers are orgaalzinEr or rg e1zing Chlr Chlrf Chl Chlnese +
4 f nese bandit bands through the theLiao +
4 Liao Valley alley for an attack on Muk Uukden 4 4den f ff
+ f den denf S +
4 f + t 1St tf
+ f St Petersburg July S i11 ltt p p4m7lt pmIt pmlt +
+ 4m7lt mIt is reported In a special specIaldl5JHl1ch specialdispatch +
4 + dispatch from Lrao Yan YaS under underyesterdays underyesterdays + f
4 + yesterdays date that a persist perslsteatrulJlOl + f
4 4 out eatrulJlOl rumor is current there to the thet tbeeffect + 4effect
+ t effect that a naval engagement eugagft1enthas +
4 4 has occurred at t Port Arthur in Inwhich + 4whIch
+ 4 which twentyone Japanese Japa eS war 80 80hIps + 4
4 hIps participated ed resulting in a ftRuSSIan 4 +
4 Ru RuSSIan lan victory vlcto vlctoA 4 +
4 4 A similar report was current at 4 +
4 4 Llao Yang July 5 the the location loea tlon of orthe 4 4 4the
+ the engagement e ment feeing given as asnorthward 4 4 4northward I
+ 4 northward of Gen Gen5n San Korea KoreaSf KoreaC 4F +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + +
C F 1 PETERSBURG PErERSB W July 8125 8125p 8 812i 125 125I
Sf i I p m mWlth With the return of three threedays threedays threedays
days of fine weather drying the theroads thereads theroads
roads at the theatre of war the the mili military mlllwry milltary ¬
tary authorities here are once more In Inclined Inclined Indined ¬
clined to believe In the probability ofhevt of ofheavy otheav
heavy fighting and even in the possi possibility possibility possibility ¬
bility of a general engagement trhe trheJapanese Fhe FheJapanese YheJapanese
Japanese columns appear again to be bepushing bepushing bepushing
pushing forward at all points but the thestrategic thestrategic thestrategic
strategic plan of the Japanese ae well wellas wellas wellas I Ithe
as the location of their main force and andthe andthe
the place where tbelr tbelrchlef chief blow low will be bestruck bestruck bestruck
struck whether at Kal Chou Hal HalCheng HalCheng I
Cheng Liao Yang or even at Mukden Mukdenare Mukdenare
are still puzzling the Russian authori authorities authorities ¬
ties tiesIna li S SIn
Ina In a general way the Japanese seem seemto seemto seemto
to be withdrawing their pressure south southwest southwest southwest ¬
west of Kai Chou and Llao Yang but butto butto butto
to be maintaining It northeaest a up If Ifcontemplating Itcontemplating ifcontemplatIng
contemplating a combined attack on onTa o oTa
Ta Tche Klao and Llao Yang The Thesuccess TheFICCesS Theuccess
success of the theJapanese Japanese flanking operations opera operations operations ¬
tions Is disconcerting the Russians RussiansOne Russiansby RussiansOne
One by one the passes In the moun mountains tnQuntalns inounloins ¬
loins which the Russians had fortified fortifiedin
in advance with Infinite protections oprotectIonshae protectionshave proteetIonshave
have been attacked < by the Japanese Japanesejvjilch Japa Japanesethlch 1ese 1esehIch
jvjilch hIch have ha always managed man by the thetg tbefUs theAll
fUs All not marked on rt the th nfaps tgpjir tgpjirpent tgoIrumvent toir toirwent
tg umvent pent the Russians RuItSIarisWhen When onerat oneratalong Qpgt o rat ratmc
mc 11 along the Inierlbr Hoes 1It1 5 witfTthe wit1 Ihe Iher
Exciting Finish Brings Crowd CrowdtoIts Crowdtolts CrowdS
S toIts Feet FeetTANDEM FeetI
pltoFBss EOsthALs EOsthALs1VItiitIy ONALB ONALBI
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at the th aajttSr r tracic tra trak standing on his hl6feet hI feet feetand feetand
and yellingjft Yelling Jtt Ufa Ui top of his voice fir f oneOr one oneor oneUte
or the other of the riders rid Early EarlySt1el State Statebeat StIebunt
beat E B HeagrfiK Heagradat last night J by a length lengthIn lengthIn
In one of the most exciting eufliJlgm motor m t rt < r races racesever racesseen racesarer
ever seen at tHe Salt Palace Tfe Th time timevas time timewas timewas
was 138 8 15 A fewTiours te few oU1S before beto the event eventwas eventwas eventwas
was to be pulled off Beagren Bea ren < machine machinebroke ma macklanbroke ktae
broke down and a horde of o mechanics was wasset wasset
set to work on It It was W wa u repaired r < pa red In Intime Intime
time When hen the Ut e starting < gun was Wa firett firettHeasren firec1H fireel1Iegren
Heasren H ren was wa leading 1 1ee4i diiS by a yard At Utbe UtbeWol the theiM theshe
she iM Wol of the first nine ridden in JJS Y 33 16 16Staley 16Stale 14Stalt
Stalt Stale had n nrty < mrty caught hl hint The belt beltoa beltt beltOn
oa t the e latter lat lerS xnachne temp C mf off = then jhenStopInr thenStopping
Stopping toppln she e re > Th The officials dettded dettdedto d d1G J
to tart the racers a again ain where wht > re they bad hadfitftahed badflldBhed badfinished
finished Heagren led on the second secondtartt secondstart
tart but Staiey StalE parsed him after af T a lap lapHeasrens lapHeetgrens
Heasrens HftI ren big motor seemed s med to run nmpoorly runoorl runpoorly
poorly oorl and lost nearly half a lip The Thesecond Thesecond
second mile was wa Dilute in l2l I 11 1i 1 sad ad the thethird tbetblrd thethird
third in 199 1 1 when Stsley StaJe > rett eit e l again againcame againcame
came off and the race was ves vesStaley stopped stoppedStaley trtoppedStaley
Staley got a bfglaid bfg 1Md en the th last start but butKeagren butIleagrere
Keagren gradually pulled up to him At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the end of four miles in 11w mn Were Al Almost almost litmost ¬
most neck and neek pnceuraped pnceurapedby Rceuragedb
by b the cheering of the tb crowd < Heagrcn Heagrcndid
did his best to pass pass SUleys little ma machine machlnt machine ¬
chine but couLd c ul < l not Jo so s fb fiiiisMag shtii a alength aJenJrth alength
length behind The 1 e last two taitee were weremade vreromade weremade
made in 23 2tt TIM fact that Stiley got gotdown gotdown
down closer to his wheel wheelcat catching < hlng less lesswind leeswind iernwind
wind probably helped beI him to win the therace thelice therace
race He had the pole tov thus having havingto
to rfdo a less distance than his opponent opponentErof opponentErofessionals > ppo ent entErofessionals
Erof Erofessionals essionals Have Exciting Race SaceTh RaceTh RaceThe
Th The professionals twomile open lap laprace lapra laprace
race ra 1rotlanothcr proved another sxclttnp Ittll event Out Outof Outor Outof
of or fourteen tfurte n starters onl > five finishedAt finished flnJlihedAl fhiJshedAt
At the end of th the mile Colett o 1ett and IofCman Iloff Hoffman Iloffman
man spilled ptll > d on the iirst turn Palmer Palmerand Palmerand Palmerand
and Bnrris ledtlfe Ifd the bunch alternately un until Intil until ¬
til towards the close c wheat s scene m of the thefaster thefaster thefaster
faster ones got a few lap Jape On tb the last lastturn lastturn lastturn
turn of the bell lap Williams llIIams who was wason wason wason
on the outside out esltdown down an aa1 < l tried to toget toret toget
get on to his partner Samuelson Samq lon who whowas wllowa whowas
was wa leading followed by Hopper The Thelatter TIlelattr The1tUr
latter was thrown off his wheel heat and his hisD hishr hisnrtnetr
D nrtnetr rtncr n Downing whoWHS W who was Ju just t behind behindhim behndhim
RdH RdHIiams
him hr ran n over rn Mm Samtu Samue1on lson kO and Wll WllUams Il Illlama
llama finished first and second respec respectively respectivel reapectively ¬
tivel tively Hollister and Acnorn soother soothert snotherteam anotherteam
team t am third and fourth with Lcylaari Lcylaarififth Lcylatadfifth Lcylatfifth
fifth The worlds record of 356 iG 46 was waslowered wastowered waslowered
lowered two seconds The laps were wereawarded werea wsrcawarded
awarded a as follows Williams Aenorn
2 2 Staver > 4 Samuelson 1 L Eorris 4Palmer 4 4Palmer 4Palmer
Palmer 4 Directly Dlre < t1r the riders Jia had a gone goneto gOReto goneto
to their dressing rooms Downing pave paveWUMams JaveWilliams gaveWilliams
Williams an ugly blw bJ w on the jaw lacer lacerating lacerating lacerating ¬
ating the flesh He H claimed tbat t at Wil Williams WIlIInms WiIhams ¬
hams had fouled him causing him to tolose tolope
lose the race The p pft1ice lice prevented an another another anether ¬
other mixup betwe betweeDtbe ntue men menTandem menTandem menTandem
Tandem Record BrokenThe Broken BrokenTh BrokenTho
Th The mile tandem record Tfic I id of of1it 11 S5 made madeIn madeIn madein
In Denver nYer In 1S07 on a drt t track was wasbroken wasbroken as asbroken
broken by three pairs or racers each eachtwo eachtwo eachtwo
two riding separator sep rat y Samudjon eamuel llI < and andWilliams andWilliams uidWilliams
Williams after making a bad start the theRtm theKIln thegun
KIln falling to go off compellhisr a new newbeginning newbeginning I
beginning rode the mile in 1 141 45 The Thecrowd Thecrowd Thecrowd
crowd yelled elled lufetily IUUIbr or th the second Jjair JjairCoUett 8irCoU a1r a1rCoU
CoU CoUett tt and AcbOra Acb rn tut their h r time was a asecond asecond asecond
second slower Stevaps Ste1J and an Hopper Hop corn cornnosed < Bomoosed m mDosed
Dosed the last lru t and rtoweet team only onI do doiuK doJnJ dolUg
lUg 147 35 3 but stiHbreaking the record recordIThelr recordIrhelr recordTheir
Their tirt tireburst > hurst as th they y crossed the tape tapeThe tapeThe tapeThe
The threequorter threequortermlle mlle open amateur amateurwas amateurwas amateurwas
was won by Agra soratch In IdB 1 Iver IverRedman lverRedman IverRedrnan
Redman finished second seeon his brother brotherCarl ItrotherCarl brotherCarl
Carl third and Weiser fourth fourthThe fourthThe fourthThe
The first preliminary hud to be run runover runover runover
over again as the th time tl111 of 141 was as not notwithin notwllhln notwithin
within the time limit or 136 I 36 On the thesecond thesecnd thesecond
second trial the menrcame me me in one or secoi secoiunder secotundr secot secotftinder
under the limit Hesgrea He Srea and I Redman Redmanfinishing Redmanfinishing Redroanfinishing
finishing first and second both times timessecond timesTate timesrate
Tate was third nndMorgan and Morgan fourth The Thesecond Theteeond
second heat h dtwas was alsoslOw also llr slow sl being pat p t on ontho onike onthe
the limit The men men1hilshtd finished as feUoWfciser fellows leilomsWeiser fellowsWciser >
Wciser ciser Agraz C Redman R man and Castro CastroI
Agraz Takes TakesAnother TakesAnotherAgraz Another AnotherAgraz
Agraz scratch was wasl1n an asy winner 111I1orln 111I1orlnthe In Inthe Inthe
the first heat of the mile Handicap with withI
I Redman also scratch second s nd > Tate
0 yards third WJlcox 35 5 yards fourth fourthand fourthand fourthand
and Halliday 100 yards fifth The time tieRtwas timewas timewas
was 2OC 2 C 15 Morgan Ior n 96 yards handicap handicapwon handicapwon
won won the second se ond orid heat by drawing drawln away awayfrom aw awayfrom Y Yfrom
from the bunch a ROCK gool distance at the thethreequarters thethrecquarters thethreequarters
threequarters Carl Redman R man a scratch scratchman scratchman scratchroan
man almost caught hjm at th tht tape tapehowever tapehowever tapehowever
however Elswood Was third and Heag Heagren Heagren Heagrca
ren fourth The time tlmewBs was 207 2S 8 Agraz Agrazwon Agrazwon Agrazwon
won the finals byjmlUng bY T pulling out of the thebunch thebunch thebench
bunch neatly neaU on the th bell > eU Jap doing dolo the themile themIle themile
mile In 159 45 Iver Redman was sec second seeond secotad ¬
ond WIlcox WUI X third Elswood fourth urth and andHalliday aDdHallday andHIld5Y S
Halliday fifth fifthrailroad flftbrailroad fifthrailroad
railroad to facilitate the movement of oftroops oftroops oftroops
troops the Russian general g neral staff be believes believes believes ¬
lieves this fine quality of the Japanese Japanesewill Jap Japanesewill nese nesewill
will disappear and that when wh the Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese debouch into the plains the Russiam Rus Russian Runsians ¬
siam who are accustomed to maneu maneuvering maneuvering maneuveririg ¬
vering In a flat country will be com completely complEtely cornpletely ¬
pletely at home homeJAPS homeJAPS borneJAPS
Russians Defeated Defeat d at Kai ChouGreat Chou ChouGreat ChouGr
Great Gr at Battle B ttle Again AgainImminent AgainImminent AgainS
S Imminent
foklo okio July 9 9Atter rAfter nor severe lighting lightingGeneral 1iftJtlnGeneral fightingGeneral
General Oku occupied Kalping yester yesterday yesterday e5ter e5terday ¬
day FrIdqLondon Friday FridayLondon FridayLondon
London July D 9The The Toklo corre porrespondent correspOndent correspondent
spondent of f the Daily DaU ChroVlde under underdate underdate underdate
date of July JulyS S says that the Japanese Japanesecaptured Japanesecaptured Japanesecaptured
captured over ten guns and fifty pris prisoners prisoners prisonern ¬
oners near Kai Chow CheatNo ChowNo ChouNo
No other dispatches in confirmation confirmationof
of the foregoing have been received receivedSt rocehedSt
St Petersburg July S 9The The war of office offlee ¬
fice confirms the report of the Japanese Japaneseadvance Japaneseadance Jaancoeadvance
advance to toward ward Kai Chouas Chou asrpported asrpportedIn reported reportedin
in these dispatches yesterday but is isInclined IsIncHned isinclined
Inclined to regard the movement as a ademonstration ademonsttation ademonsteation
demonstration south while changing changingthe
the position of the troops to make an anattack anattack anattack
attack elsewhere Danger is thought thoughtmore thoughtmore
more likely from the direction of Ta Taor Tor Tnor
or Fen ShnI Sh I passes although there Is Isno inno
no sign of a move m ve In force thence The Theadvance Theadanc Theadvance
advance upon Kai Chou extends over overa
a front of fifteen miles and includes includesabout includesabout includesabout
about 20009 men The Japanese e center centeris
is at Talslshan on on Cove river eight eightmiles eightmnes eightmiles
miles southeast of Kal Chou Constant Constantskirmishing ConstantskirmishIn Constantukirmishing
skirmishing skirmishIn with Generals lamsonoff lamsonoffand IamKJnoffand Iamonoffand
and Cherekoff is occurring o uJrtng as the Jap Japanese Japanese ¬
anese move forward along the railroadfrom railroad railroadfrom raUroadroIJl
from roIJl SIu Yen mountains mountainsMilitary mountaInsMilitary mountainsMilitary
Military experts of the Russkyja RusskyjaVledomostl RusskyjaVledomosU RusskyjaViedomosti
Vledomostl bellaye General enaral Kurspatkln Kurspatklnhas
has now decided to accept a general generalligagement general1gagement generalehgagemert
ligagement near Lien Chang CJ1 l11g and andtherefore andtheretOr andtherefore
therefore he is not Offering strong re resistance reslatance ¬
sistance to the advance advanc of the Japan Japanese Japantrom Japanene ¬
ese from Feng Wang Chong deSiring deSiringto
to draw them on to hIs own selected selectedground selectedtound selectedground
Port Arthur Garrison GarrisonTien GarrisonTlen GarrisonTien
Tien Tsln July STbree Three Frenchmen Frenchmenwho Frencllmen Frencllmenho Frenchmenwho
who ho arrived at Taku yesterday from fromPort fromPort fromPort
Port Arthur having come over on a aChinese aChinese aChinese
Chinese junk report that 30000 soldiers soldiersand soldIersand soldiersand
and 10000 marines compose the garri garrison garrison garrison ¬
son son of o the Russian stronghold mid midthatthe llndtbat nd ndthat
thatthe that the Russians R xsians have mounted 700 700guns 700gunson 700guns
guns gunson onGfe on file heights hefgbt8110rth north of pu Port P rt tAr tArthur Ar Arthur Arthur ¬
thur They say cSaTa1S alsql also ttiaTjthe thar I JtIe he Russian Russianrakoff Jtssisnttorpedo ss t1 t1torpedo
torpedo boat qestro dentroi dentroirukoff nJ n
rakoff has made m e in Xl XlPort t tsi iPeftr from fromPort m mPort
Port Arthur Artburto to New
AftfflllT All NI6nl 5E519ST SESSION or f fSTIOm i
S t tJJbntlBued t1RU from Page I Igolden 1g Igoldoitldols
g goldoitldols golden oIde n Idols and a n d the tempting flesh fleshpots fleshpots
pots and ones onep more re battle for the theWgfrtsof the1fri theJtilfof J
Wgfrtsof 1fri Jtilfof ts of man manMr ml than thanfr n nMr
Mr fr Darrpw Darrow concluded at42aS at42aSIndianas t tj21SS 11s
S Indianas bdian s Choice ChoiceIndiana ioi ioiIndiana GhoicIndiana r
Indiana was called caUed next and John JohnW JohnW
W V Kern responded resp JDd < I to econd e nd the mimi nomiin nomln miminfltIot I
n nfltIot t1on of Judge Pnker Yr Kesal Kesalin
in part partWhen partVhen partWhen
When our candidate takes posses possession powsSlon poscsSlon ¬
Slon of the White EoaJfe fIl March 4 how howcomforting howcomforting hoWcomforting
comforting and reassuring to the tfceAmerican the4Lfl1erIcan > I I1lerican
American 4Lfl1erIcan people to have ha even evft1A a brief briefperldU briefperid I Iperld
perldU of sDettce enee after an r the never end enduig endIIIg endthg
uig streams oc talk poured poun from thes thespreolnclr th thpreorneb tbespreCIbtr >
preolnclr dun dprtw u u th the poM t three h years yearstalk Yal Yaltalk yearstalk
talk of war talk of wild eats talk talkbe8r ol olbear t tbeai
bear fights of fencing of boating bo tin of ofathletic ofathletic ofathletic
athletic contests of babies bttb es after aU aUthe elitho
the Uostm1Ungperlonnances startling performances of th t the pres present Present preseitt ¬
ent executive from Panama diplomacyfrOm diplomacy diplomacyfrom diplomacyfrOm
from breakfast table chats with the thecolored thecolored thecelored
colored man and brother how blissful blissfuloh blissfulola blissfulob
oh ola how restful and reposeful will be bethe bethe bethe
the silence penceat at least the comparative comparativesilence ccmparatlveslle comparatIveIeoee
slle silence which will surefy zurei come comeThe comeTbe come4Tliecandidate
4Tliecandidate The candidate soon to be named by bythis bythIs bythis
this convention conent on is able honest ttneet fear fearless fearI fearless ¬
less I es a friend of the people a foe of oflawless of18wle oflawlene
lawless 18wle monopoly an upholder of the theconstitution tlteconstitution theconstitution
constitution a defender of the princi principles prlneipl priteelplea ¬
plea pl of Jefferson a thoroughbred thoroughbredDemocrat thotOugtbrec1Democrat thorougLbredDemocrat
Democrat and a neverfatting winner winnerHis whinerRis vNnergis
His name is f already upon your lips lipsYou 1 1You lIpsYou
You are only onlyawaItlng awaiting the opportunity opportunityto
to nominate hjm hhnAlton Alton Brooks BrooksParkllr BrooksParkllrof Parker Parkerof
of New York YorkMade YorkMade YorkMade
Made a Bush For or Rim HimAt RimAt RimAt
At 1223 12 a m Mr Kern concluded concludedand coRclu4ec1and concludedand
and the state of Iowa was wascalJed called A Adelegate Adeleate Adelegate
delegate sprang to his chair and a da dadared J Jclared I Iclared
clared a second to Mr Hearst Hea But ButSam ButSam t tSam
Sam S Wright of Tipton Iowa Iowamounted Iownmunted Iowamounted
mounted his hi chair and shouted On Onbehalf Onbehalf Onbehalf
behalf of the unbought unboughtand and unpurchas unpurchasable unpurcAasable unpurchanable
able delegates of IowaAt Iowa IowaAt IowaAt
At this point olnt a rush wag wa made for forMr f6 forMr > r rMr
Mr Wright by some some of his colleagues colleaguesfn coll gues guesIn
In the delegation Jt t became evident evidentat
at once that trouble was 1is on MrWright Mr MrWright MrWrIght
Wright sprang spr pg forward on the chairs chairsto
to get out of the reach rea h pf his antagon antagonists antagonIsts antagonIsIs ¬
IsIs Ists An J Arkansasdelegate Arkansas delegate across acro the theaisle theaisle theaisle
aisle reached out his hand andmotioned and andmotioned andmotioned
motioned him in The convention was wasthrown WitSthrown wasthrown
thrown into an n uproar One of the theHearst UuIIears thehearst
Hearst Iowa delegates rushed forward forwardto fonv d dto
to the platforna He was at once fol followed fOllowed lotlowed ¬
lowed by Wright between behe n two men menThere menThere menThere
There was a whispered hisp d conference conferencewith conferencewith conferencewith
with Chairman Bailey and Wright sec seccured seccured seecured
cured recognition recognitionHe
He thundered forth forthGentlemen forthGentletpen forthGent1expen
Gentlemen of the convention I am amproud amproud
proud of the fact that the great gf g at party partyto
to which I belong ordinarily believes believesin
in free speech speechProtected speechProtected
Protected by an anOflicer Officer OfficerThs OflicerThs OfficerTh
Ths Th struck the convention and andWright Mr MrWright MrWright
Wright was accorded attention attentionOn attentionOn
On behalf of that section of Iowa Iowawhich Iowawhich Iowawhich
which sends Democrats to congress congresson congre congreon
on behalf of Iowa Democrats who dW dWnot didnot I
not receive their political education educationfrom edu educationfrom atJon atJonfrom
from Coins Finanical School I sec second second seeand ¬
ond the nomination of Judge Parker of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York Sir Wright at once left leftthe leftthe heftthe
the platform amid great applause and andconfusion andconfusion andonfuaion
confusion He proceeded down the theaisle theaisle theaisle
aisle to his seat His colleagues how however howeer however ¬
ever refused to allow llo him to take his hisseat hisseat hisseat
seat He H was called many herd names namesand nmeand namesand
and finally had to be protected by anifflcerand an anofflceriand anofficer
offlceriand officer and was given a seat by the theGeorgjadelegation theGeorgl theleorgiaitdelegation
Georgjadelegation Georgl delegatfon The Tt incident was wasone wa waone wasone
one of the liveliest of the session and andfor andfor andfor
for a moment promised to become sen seanational sensational sensational ¬
sational sationalChairman sationalChairman nationalChairman
Chairman Weaver of the Iowa Io a dele delegation delf delfgatlon deicration ¬
ration loudly demanded a hearing hearlngbut hearlngbutwag bat batwas butwas
was not reco recognized zed He asserted that thathis thathis thattin
his colleagues wished to remove Wright Wrightas
as the honorary honorar vice presldent of the theconvention theconvention thelOflveflt1on
convention from Iowa IowaThen IowaThen IowaThen
Then Chairman Bailey took a hand handRapping handHappfng hasidPapping
Rapping Ms Ii1 desk d k hesecured hege red order arid aridsaid ancSaId andraid
said saidIn S SIii
In the confusion the hair was un unable unable unable ¬
able to recognize the man m m who rose rosefirst roseI rosefirst rosefirst I
first In order to correct the mistake mistakethe mistakethe mistakethe
the chair takes great pleasure plea ure in rec recognizing recognizing rueignizing ¬
ognizing M I Rhinehart t of Iowa IowaAspersion IewaAspersion IowaAspersion
Aspersion Cast Back BackThe BackThe BackThe
The gentleman who has Jut left lef the theplatform t tplatfQrm ti ticilatf
platform cilatf rtn said Mr Rhinehart cast castaspersions castilSp caat1spersionson
aspersions ilSp 1spersionson rsionson on the thedejegutes delegates delegategfrom from Iowa IowaI IowaI
I L desire < 5to to cast the aspersions asp rstons back hackinfo backinfo backLnto
info his teeth teethMr teethMr teethMr
Mr Rhinehart denied for himself and andall andall andill
all qthers of the Iowa delegation del 3t14 that thatany tbatammone thattily
any ammone money had been en received rec hoo by them themto themto thetao
to o induce them t11e to cast their thai votvs vot forspy for forany forapy
any candidate candidateBefore clndldateBefore candidateBefore
Before Mr Rhinehart had concluded concludedthe conciudfdthe concludctlhe
the he convention again howed signs of ofrestlessness ofrestlesgnes ofestiessness
restlessness but a yell Created his lastvords last lastwords lastwords
words wordsThere wordsThere vordsThere
There was soon a sequel to the theWright theWright theVright
Wright incident The delegation held helda
a 1 meeting and and voted to unsaat Wright Wrightas
as Is the Iowa member of the th committee committeeto
to 0 notify the presidential nominee In Inthe Inthe Inhe
the he words ords of one of the delegates the theaction th tha thet
action a t tfon was taken because beca se of the th im imputations Irnutatlons imputations ¬
putations utatlons cast upon the delegation d by byWright byWright byVrighL
Wright WrightKansas WrightKansas VrighLKansas
Kansas was called and J G Johnsonvan Johnson Johnsonwas Jo1meonwas
was recognized to second the th Hearst Hearstnomination Hearstnomination HearstlOmination
nomination Mr Johnson said in part partWe partVe pertWe
We Ve believe In the theoretical policy policythat poUcythat policybat
that theoffice the office should seek the man but butwe butwe butce
we ce also believe in the practical politi political tllUc politind ¬
cal l propositiqn that the man should be beout beout betut
out Jri plain sight when the t office is islooking istooking isooking
looking for him that be should > take takethe fairehe aJrethe
the he people info his confidence and give givethem give11cm he heUiem
them every means of knowing knoi1 what he hestands hestands het9ildS
stands for and what they can dependIpon depend dependupon c1fpendupon
upon if they elect him And nd for this thtereason 0 0reason thiseason
reason we defend the nomination nomi3a n of Mr MrHearst MrHearst liltElearut
Hearst HearstGeneral
General Miles Nominated NominatedAs
As Mr Johnson concluded the chair chairrecognized chairrecognIzed chairecognizod
recognized David Overmeyar of Kuisas Kuisaswho Kmsaswho Kuisasrho
who placed pla ec General Nelson A Miles in innomination inI Iniomlnation
I nomination
vigorous applausefollowed followed Mr Over Overmeyers Ovetmeyers Overmeyers
meyers mention of General tUN Mite sIlns but butWhen butwhen butWhen
When he continued his address aft altor altornaming aftrnaming T Tnaming
naming his candidate he was frequent frequently freflue t tly ¬
ly Interrupted by the galleries nud the theapplause thepplause theapplause
applause at the conclusion of hi 1ia s re remarks nomarks tomarks ¬
marks was shortlived In the mUst mUstthe of ofthe f fthe
the handclapping Chairman Baileys Baileysgavel Bailosgavel Baileysgavel
gavel fell sharply sbarplYand and ended it itinterposed itDelegate it itDelegate
Delegate Roesing or UnnC80tft then UKnIntelP05ed theninterposed
interposed a motion that all seconding secondingspeeches secondingspeeches ndInr I Ispeeches
speeches be limited to one minute minuteGovernor minutGovernorDockery minuteGovernor
Governor GovernorDockery Dockery moved ta t xra Kmmd Kmmdby amondby nd ndby
by making the time five minutes s The Theamendment Theamendment Theamendment
amendment was lost on a viva 1v voce vocevpte Vhete vucev
vpte vpteDelegate v te teDelegate teDelegate
Delegate Grady Grad of New York spokeearnestly spoke spokeearnestly spokemestty
earnestly against limiting the time titn to toone toone toone
one minute and an moved to amend by bymaking bymakll1g bymaking
making the time four minutes After Aftera
a little parliamentary squabble the thetime tiletime thetime
time was fixed at four minutes minutesKansas inlnutesKansas minutesKansas
Kansas produced a third speaker in inJ inJ InJ
J W V Ore who in a few words notheard not notheard notheard
heard from his hi seat seconded the thenomination thenommaUon thenominatIon
nomination of Parker BarkerThomas ParkerThomas ParkerThomas
Thomas H Ball of Texas was next nextrecognized nextr nextrecognized
r recognized to second the nomination ofParker of ofParker ofParker
Parker ParkerLouisiana ParkerLouisiana ParkerLouisiana
Louisiana seconded Parker ParkerMissouri ParkerMissouri ParkrMissouri
Missouri Names Cockrell CockrellMaine CochelIMaine CockrellMaine
Maine gave way oay to Missouri MlssouriaDd MlssouriaDdChamp and andChamp andChamp
Champ Clark of that state took the theplatform theplatform theplatform
platform to place in nomination Senator SeimtorFrancis ScnwtorFrancIs SenatorFrancis
Francis M Cockrell of Missouri for forthe fOrthe forthe
the presidency presidencyIt
It was was after 1 oclock o clock when Mr Clark Clarkbegan Clarkbignn Clarkbegan
began to speakHtsaudience speak speakHlsvaudience spe1kHlsaudlence
Hlsvaudience had gatffor fiat at rfor more than thanfive thanfivehQurs thanfive
five fivehQurs hours in the sweltering heat of the thepacked Utepacked thepacked
packed hall and listened to speeches speechesvanceThey speechesor
for or thqr th greater part prepared In ad adv advance
vanceThey v vance They were growing tired ere il erehad Eherehad iere ierehad
had been little spontaneous oratory and andfew andfew andfew
few of the direct vigorous hits that thatconvention thatcotivcntlon theconvention
convention crowd loves But Mr Clark Clarkwas Clarkwas Clarkwan
was a stimulant He had not spoken spokena spokenaJ1undred spokenaiundred
a hundred aJ1undred words before bef re a ripple of re rearoused re rearoused rearoused
aroused attention ran through the hall hallIt hellIt
It was much like the thescene scene at Chicago Cblcagowhen Chicagowhen Chkagowhen
when Speaker Cannon spoke In five fiveminutes fivenilnutes
he had won 11 his is audience a dIei1oe and andeasinesswas andWeninesnnassweptorn
Weninesnnassweptorn easinesswas rfnessm s sweptHErom sW ptlrom them
= S T They hey ey responded P tJ1ed to his 1ti cy c hit hJtcheered1ilin 4 4cheered t4 t4cheered
cheered cheered1ilin him W t the echo cthoYr Mr Clark s
first menUondf tri ment1n n tIE r his candidate ca dl llie as as c01 c01Ceck Old OldCeckr OhCeceII
Ceckr CeceII e1l SC ihratertiie thra the convention Into Intoconvulsions in tflt4cOnvulsions o oC
C convulsions of lauglterThe laughter The ba b bafl baflplayed nd ndp4ayed d dplayed
played Dixie DIxlennd and the thetributc tribute grew grewinto grewmto grevinto
into a dftmon d IIlOn ± itrati81i < rat rattoft it It was Missouri Missourihearing Missourcheering nssour1trbeerlng
hearing MIsS MlssoUrPs urVsfavorite favorite son ana anathe madUte and andthe
the whole convention joined in the thecompliment theeemnliment th thcompliment
compliment complimentThe
The greatest grt atest part of the app1ftUScame applause applausecame app1nuseC3me
came from the galleries where the theladies theI th thladies
ladies I of Missouri in numerous 1lumeruus groups groupswaved groupSaved grOUPwaved
waved aved flags with grant gr Rt ut enthusiasm enthusiasmBundles enthuslaanB1Ipdl enthusiaiDupdles
Bundles B1Ipdl S of f Hags were carried uied around aroundwere nroundto nroum nroumto
to the galleries a ajthousands fhonsand of them thenwere
moved over into Missouri terri territory territory terrktory ¬
tory and in an Instant two pictures of ofSenator orsenator 01 01Senator
Senator Cockrell were ripped from fromtheir fromthir Irontheir
their frames while the gallery danced dancedand dancedandshrieked danC danCand
andshrieked and shrieked in dellgKt dellgKtAbove deligltAbove deligrtAbove
Above the band and nd th the cheers ris rising rlI rIStog ¬
tog I high and clear as a bugle bug e call callsuddenly cansuddenly callsuddenly
suddenly came the shrill and uiercinic uiercinicrebel Iierctmrebel bierdinSrebet
rebel yell and the long drawn rawu Wah WahHoc WatHon 4 4Hoo
Hoc 0 Oo of the thepTtilns thepTtilnsThe theplainsTbe plains plains3he
The Missouri delegation dele tion went on a ashort ashort S Sshort
short march around the hall b out t the thespectacle thesCtact thespectacle
spectacle was wassomewbat somewhat more inter interesting InteresUn intereating ¬
eating esUn than the beautiful utitul sight offeredby offered offeredby
b by the many flags fla The parade wa wasoon wat wat500ft was500i
soon abandoned The tribute to Senator SenatorCockrell SenderCockrell SenatotCockrell
Cockrell which was one of the hand handsomest handsomest handsotnest ¬
somest things of its kind seen In many manyconventions manyconventions manyconventions
conventions lasted more than a aqaarter aquarter a aquarter
quarter oraa of f an hour hourKansas hourKaafaS hourKansas
Kansas sought to make a counter counterdemonstration countetdemonstration ounterdemonstration
demonstration by b waving two pictures picturesof
of Hearst but the Missourians were not notto notto aolto
to be denied and this time they theyshowed theyShowed thelshowed
showed things to the other side sideWhen sideWhen sideWhen
When twenty minutes had gone a Mis Missouri Ml Ml1Ourl MIssouri ¬
souri delegate carried the state emblem emblemto
to the platformand waved It as high highin highin higIIn
in the ai alf as he could reach This was wasthe wastbe wa wathe
the end of the demonstration however howeverami howeveraM howeverand
and quiet was restored restoredMaryland restoredlaryIand restoredMaryland
Maryland seconded sec nded the nomination of ofParker ofParker ol olParker
Parker through Colonel BenjamirSehley Benjamin BenjaminSchley B
Schley bley eMaInlnl
SchleyRichard Richard Olney Named WarnedMassachusetts NamedcIassachusetts NamedMassachusetts
Massachusetts called the clerk anc ancPatrick and andPatrick andPatrick
Patrick A Collins of Boston made his hisway hisW hi hiway
nominate Rich Richard Richard Richard ¬
way W to the platform to
ard Olney OlneyThe OlneyThe OlneyThe
The mention of Richard Olney called calledforth ealledforth caIleforth
forth cheers led by Massachusetts MassachusettsThere MassachusettsThere IassachusettsThere
There was another laud cheer when whenthe whenthe whetthe
the speaker declared that Mr Olney Olneyneeded Olneyneeded Olneyneeded
needed no ho Introduction Ito to the Yorld Yorldand Vorldand tyorldand
and when he closed there were cheers cheersand Cheersand clieerand
and calls cahl for Olney Olne After the Olney Olneydemonstration Olneydemonstration Olneyfemonstration
demonstration there th re was a call for forthree fortbree foxibree
three cheers for Cockrell and they were weregiven were weregiven wertgiven
given with Ith a will willWhen willWhen wilLWhen
When the name of o Minnesota M nnesota was wascalled wascalled wanrailed
called the chairman of that delegation delegationoa
oa behalf of a portion of the delega delegation delegatlon delegaLieu ¬
Lieu seconded the nomination of Judge JudgeParker JudgeParker JudgeParker
Parker ParkerAnother ParkerAnother ParkerAnother
Another member of the delegation delegationwas
was then recognized and onbehalf on behalf of ofa ofa 01a
a majority of the delegation seconded secondedthe secondedthe
the nomination of Mr HearstGovernor Hearst HearstGovernor HearstGoernor
Governor Vardeman of Mississippistood Mississippistood Mississippi IiS1ssippistood
stood on his chair and In a brief speech speechseconded speecbseconded speechiecended
seconded seconded Parkers nomination He Hewant HeWm Heam
want am a conspicuous figure with his long longMack tongDlack 1on 1onblack
Mack hair and smoothly mo thly shaven face faceand faceand laceand
and the convention aplauded aplaudedhlm aplaudedhlmSenator him himSenator himSenator
Senator Clark For Parker ParkerMontana EarkerMoatanawas
Montana Moatanawas was next called and Senator SenatorClark SenatorClark SenatorClark
Clark of that state arose in his place placeand placeand
and seconded the nomination of ofParker ofParker
Parker ParkerNebraska ParkerNebraska S SNebraska
Nebraska came next and nd the noise of ofthe ofLhe
the convention was hushed as the name namefell namefell namefell
fell from the clerks lips C J Smythe Smytheresponded SmytheresPonded Smytheresponded
responded but before he could speak speakthe speakthe speakthe
the convention began a demonstration demonstrationIn
In which the name of Bryan was heard heardabove heardabove beardabove
above the uproar uproarBryan UIloarBryan uproarBryan
Bryan Bryan yelled the crowd crowdMr crowaMr crowdMr
Mr Bryan finally arose and standing standingon
on his chair endeavored to quiet the thedemonstration thedemonstration theJemonstration
demonstration but he was only an in incentive incenthe innentive ¬
centive for a fresh outburat Mr MrBryan MrBryan MrBryan
Bryan stood on his chair and with a apalm apalm a apalm
palm leaf fan motioned the delegates delegatesto
to take their seats seatsWall seatsWaUNominatea seatsWaU
WaUNominatea WaUNominateaWhen Wall Nominated NominatedWhen S
When he could make himself heardhe heard heardhe heardhe
he simply pnnounced that Wisconsin Wisconsinhad
had a candidate to present and Ne Nebraska NeBraska Nebraska ¬
braska yielded her place on the roll rollcall rollcall rollnaIl
call to that state David S Rose Bosemayor Rosemayor Rosemayor
mayor of Milwaukee was as at once tee recognized reoognized teeignized ¬
ognized and took the platform to place placeEdward PlaceEdward placeEldward
Edward C Wall in nomination nominationMr
Mr Rose took the New York dele delegation delegation ddeadon ¬
gation adon to task severely for presenting presentingJucfee presentingJude presentingTuce
Jude Parker ParkerThe ParkerThe ParkerThe
The nation has been een calling on X > iew iewYork eWYork W WYork
York for months to tell us what are arethe arethe arehe
the he views of their candidate he rang rangout nnSout rangut
out ut but he has said nothing nothingLoud nothingLoud nothingLoud
Loud applause and cries front the gal galleries ga1I galcries ¬
cries I rles followed Mr Rose proceeded proceededwith proceededwfUl proceededwith
with with an arraignment of Parkers can candidacy candidacy canlidacy ¬
didacy In such strong terms that a apoint apoint aoint
I IMiles L LMIles L LEIies
point oint of order was raised by Oscar
Miles a Kansas delegate who yelled yelledamid yelledamid yelledtmid
amid the uproar when Chairman Bailey Baileyasked Baileyasked Baileyusked
asked him to state it The Thegentleman ThegentlemanIS gentleman gentlemanis
is IS not speaking in behalf b half of any ny can candidate candldateb canlidate ¬
didate dldateb but t in general arraignment of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the he Democratic partyCries < party partyCries paxtyCries
Cries of Right Right were heardaboe heard beardthere heardabove
above the uoroar uoroarChairmen uIroarChalnn nroarChaIrninn
Chairmen n Bailey overruled the point pointof
of if order with ith the statement that it was wasnot wasI wasiot
I not within the province of ofJ the chair to topasa topLC18 tose
pasa se upon what a speaker should say sayI sayI
I wish to say that I dort want to tostir tosUI totir
stir tir up a row declared Mr Rose after afterhe afterhe
he 10 was 55 allowed to resume The sen sentence sentence senenee ¬
tence enee however was met with cries of ofderision ofderision oftension
derision derisionA
A J Barr a Pennsylvania delegateuterjected delegate delegatefnterjected delegate1nterjected
fnterjected that the speaker had no noright notight noight
right to resume resu e along the same lines linesWhen linesVhen linerWhen
When Mr Rose declared that he pre presented presented pretented
sented things in ina a spirit of good fellowhip fellow fellowship fellowship ¬
ship he was interrupted with cries of ofderision ofderision oftension
derision Mr 11 Rose R se grew rapidly un unpopular unpopular anopular ¬
popular and was Interrupted with cries criesand crIesand criesend
and stamping But he persisted and andfinally andftnaJly andlnaliy
finally amid much confusion named Ed Edward Edrd Edsand ¬
ward rd C Wall as Wisconsin candi candidate candidate candifate ¬
Seconded CockrelI CockrellMissouri CockrelIMi CockreliMissouri
Missouri Mi which had been passed passe in inadvertantly Inadertantly inudvertantly ¬
advertantly on the roll call was called calledand calledand calledLfld
and ex exSenator > Senator Harris of Kansas made madethe madehe
the he response He seconded the nomin nomination nomination nominution ¬
ation of otCockrell Cockrell In a brief speech de delivered delivered deIvered ¬
livered from the platform platformMany Platform1IIany platformMany
Many delegates began leaving the tte
nail pushing pUf hing their way
crowded seats and causing much con confusion confUflioD eonfusion ¬
fusion The galleries also began to tothin tothin tothin
thin out Then an alternate far off to tothe tothe tothe
the left evidently overcome by brac bracers bracers bracem ¬
ers em mounted his chair and with un uncertain uncertain ancertain ¬
certain gestures demanded attention A Acouple Acouple Acouple
couple ofcpolicemen promptly hustled hustledhim hustledhim hustledhim
him out outNevada outNeyadn outNevada
Nevada was called at the conclusion conclusionof
of Senator Harris Harristpeech speech A delegate delegatearose detegateIIr06e delegatearose
arose and seconded from his place on onthe ont onthe
the t e floor the nomination of Mr Hearst HearstNew HearstNew HearstNew
New Hampshire seconded the th nomin nomination nomlnaUon nominalien ¬
alien of Mr Parker as did also New NewJersey NewJene NewJersey
Jersey JerseyNorth Jene JeneNort JerseyNorth
North Nort Carolina CaroUnagave gave a second to the theParkar the1arJer theParlar
Parkar nomination nominationChairman nomlnat nominationChairman m mChairman
Chairman Cole Col of the North Dakota Dakotadelegation Dakotadelegation Dakotadelegatlon
delegation took the platform and an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced that he had a name to present presentto
to the convention that had not yet been beenpresented beenpresented
presented as a candidate Who Is Ishe ishe Ishe
he demanded the convention Ill Illname Illname I1lnaMe
name him retorted Mr Cole who whoThe whopQ whopoceeded
pQ poceeded > ceeded with his speech speechThe speechThe
The candidate we wish to present presentto
to you he continued seems to haveonly have haveonly haveSonly
only one objection and that is that he hecomes hecomes I Icomes
comes from too far south southMr southMr southMr
Mr Cole branched Into a political dis discussion discusnibn ¬ I Icusaibn
cussion and the audience amused am used itself itselfby itselfby
by making loud guesses as to who the thenominee thenominee thenominee I
nominee would woul be Chairman Bailey
trfedHto trfeaffto qmdttle qusdt QtJ Qt the e darner wmVh had hadbrougfit Iudbroui1t hidbrought
brought JttrCble lilt Cole ip 02 a stop stopThe stopThQchf stopTha
The ThQchf chair r hissed b cd the convention nVEnt n to tohear t thent tihear
hear the spanker s ker and bald became becamethe bCau beeauethe e ethe
the speaker spea r declares decl lns he will 11 not leavethe leave leavethe lEaveUte
the stand untfl uat lie finishes finishesjWilliams ftnime8Williams finishesWilliams
Williams WilliamsAtlast learned learnedAt NU1led NU1ledAt
Atlast At last MrColegottothe Mr Ir Cole got to tlia end which whichwas whIchwas whichwas
was the declaration tfta t1taltht his candidate candidatewas andld e ewas
was John Sharp Williams of M MssiSs MssiSsippi ssiss ssissippi IS ISIppi
ippi A round of applause followed followedthe f1l1ow fliowedthe d dthe
the call Of the name of th tb Democratic Democraticleader Democra Democrattlender lie lieleader
leader of the house houseNeither houseNelther houseNeither
Neither Ohio nor Orcgoa Orog had a can cancUdate Ca Ca1dRt eardidate
cUdate to endorse and Michael J Ryan Ryariof
of Pennsylvania Penn hanla seconded the nomina nomination nomination nonninalion ¬
tion of Parker ParkerBy 1arkerBy arker arkerS
S By this time the tbeaudfence audience was getting gettingrestless getUrgrestless gettirgrestless
restless and was not trying to hide it itWhen itWhen itWhen
When Rhode Island was called John JohnJ JolnJ
J Fitzgerald of that state seconded secondedthe seconardth seconedthe
the th nomination of William Randolph RandolphHearst RandelphHearst RandolphHearst
Hearst The audience cried Time on onhim onbim onhim
him before b ore he got fairly started art but buthe buthe buthe
he stuck out his four minutes minutesMOKNnra minutesMORNING minutesNOBIING
Resolutions Committee Was Not HotBeady NotReady NotBeady
Beady to Report ReportSt
St Louis Mo July S Chairman schairmanClark ChairmanClark CbalninanClark
Clark arrived at ten minutes after ttAt 10 10and 10and 10and
and was received with a few handojaps handojapsTwenty hanll haThdUaPSTwenty laps lapsTwenty
Twenty minutes after the delegates delegateswere dele delogate4were ti tiwere
were In their seats no word had been beenreceived bet beenreceived > ll llreceived
received from the resolutions commit committee committee committee ¬
tee and Chairman Clark dispatched a aready amessenger I Imessenger
messenger to l arn when it would b bready be beready
ready to report Private advices wor wve wveto werto worto °
to the effect that itwould it would be several severalhours severalhours severalhours
hours before the report could be pre presented presented prosented ¬
sented and the prospects pro ects for a shortr shortrsession shortrsession shottrsession
session grew stronger One of the thesecretaries thosecretaries thesecretaries
secretaries shouted through th the meg megaphone megaphone megaphone ¬
aphone The band will please play playHome p1aHome playHome
Home Sweet Home HomeThere HomeThere HomeThere
There was a wild cheer from tbD thaweary tbDweary thtweary
weary perspiring delegates and specta speetatots spectators sp sptors ¬
tors as the familiar strains floated floatedout floatedouton out outon outon
on the air Anything with the t o word wordhome wordhome wordhome
home seemed to please greatly gre tly for forthe forthe forthe
the cheers were repeated a few minutes minuteslater mInuteslater minuteslater
later when My Old Kentucky Home Homewas Hornetwas Honswas
was rendered Dixie called forth forthth forththinevitable tho thoinevitable thoinevitable
inevitable yells and the Texas delega delegation delegation delegation ¬
tion added to the enthusiasm by un unfurling unfurling unfurling ¬
furling their lone star flag fi fia and waving wavingit
it wildly
Cheers For Williams WilliamsTemporary WilliamsTemporary WilliamsTemporary
Temporary Chairman Williams soon sooncame sooncame rooiicame
came down the aisle chewing leisarelK leisarelKgreeted lel lelat lei811rei3at
at that everpresent cigar and Wi Jgreeted wa wagreeted
greeted with cheers cheersThe cheersThe cheersThe
The band was requested to play On Onthe Oithe j jthe
the Banks of the Wabash and the In Indiana Indlanx Indiana ¬
diana delegation showed its apprecla appreclatlon apprec1lion I Ilion
lion by climbing on chairs and cheer cheering cheering cheerIng ¬
ing lustily lustilyThe lustilyThe lustilyThe
The messenger which Chairman Claris Clarishad Cl Clanithad k khad
had sent to the committee on resolu resolutions resolutlons resohttions ¬
tions zeturned with a a gloomy report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reasdiness reasdin ss and the waiting contin continued continued continned ¬
ued uedAt At 1048 a a m Chairman Clark arose aroaaand aroseand arosoand
and let fall his huge gavel Tho clerk clerkpicked clerkpIcked clericpicked
picked up a megaphone and announced announcedthat annoW1cedthat announcedthat
that the session would begin wJth wJtbprayer wJthprayer wJthprayer
prayer by Rabbi Samuel Sate of St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis The delegates and spectators at atonce atonce atonce
once arose and stood during the convo convocation convocation convocation
cation cationOrder Order the First 3 Law LawAt LawAt aw awAt
At the conclusion of the prayer pra an aaannouncement anannouncement anannouncement
announcement was made at the order orderof orderot ordenof
of Chairman Clark that he was wardeter wardetermined deter determined determined ¬
mined to have order and that any per persons persons perSons ¬
sons raising a row will be taken out outby outby outby
by the police policeA
A demand was made for the report reportof
of the resolutions committee As no noreport noreport noreport
report was forthcoming it was determined deter determined determined ¬
mined to call the roll of the states for forthe torthe forthe
the purpose of having the names of the thajnext theJlext thegext
jnext national committee announced announcedThere announcedThere announoe announoeThere
There was cheers ch ers at the announcement announcementof
of the tbe name of Robert D Sullivan as ascommltteeman 86committeeman ascommitteeman
committeeman of Illinois but the th dem demonstration demon5tratlon ¬ 1 1onstration
onstration assumed still larger proper proportions propertions properlions ¬
tions at the mention of ThomasTag ThomasTaggart Thomasaggart
gart of Indiana which followed followedThe followedThe followedThe
The Pennsylsylvanla delegation arose aroaftand aro aroseandsaluted e eand
and andsaluted saluted the announcement of J M MGuffey lL lLGUfley MGuffey
Guffey as their national committee committeeman
man manA A call for the committee to meet m et at atthe atthe atthe
the Jefferson hotel as soon as the con eonrention convention convention ¬
vention adjourns sine die was made madeAnother madeAnotber madeAnother
Another call was made for the report reportof
of the committee on resolutions resolutionsSpeech resolutionsSpeech resolutionsSpeech
Speech by Hobson HobsonA HobsonA ffobsonA
A motlpn > n was made and carried that tihatRichmond f1hat f1hatRichmond thatRichmond
Richmond Pearson Hobson of Alabama Ala Alat Aniama
t bama > ama be invited to address the con convention convention conventlon ¬
vention ventionMr ventionMr ventlonMr
Mr Hobson accepted the invitation invitationandmade invitationand Invitationand
andmade and made his way from the Alabamadelegation Alabama Alabamadelegation Alsbamdelegation
delegation to the platform H was wasgreeted WSgreeted wasgreeted
greeted with a round of applause and ajwithe andthe andthe
the usual cries of Louder when h hhad he hehad hehad
had uttered but a a few words He com complied complied cornplied ¬
plied promptly with the request and andrevealed andrcvealed andrevealed
revealed the best bestand and strongest voice voicethat voIcetbat voicethat
that has been een heard in the conven convention conventIon ¬ 1 1tion
tion tionWhat What president has been bravq bravqenough bmv bmvenough bravqenough
enough to enforce the law against the thelabor theIabo theiabo
labor iabo union violator of law lawr It was wasa wasa
a Democratic president he said an anapplause anti antiapplause anliapplause
applause greeted the assertion assertionHe
He passed on to the color question questionand Questionand questionnnd
and declared that when the block or oryellow oryellow oryellow
yellow races came into contact with williwhite withwhite withwhite
white people if that race would not noccommit notcommit noniommit
commit suicide it must remain abso absolutely absolutely absoLutely ¬
lutely distinct A shout from the thesouthern tbosouthern thesouthern
southern delegations greeted this statement statemeat state statement
ment He declared that Booker T TWashington TVasblngton TWashington
Washington would soon outlive his un undoubted undoubted nnloubted
doubted usefulness if he did notceasa notceasato not ceasd ceasdto ceasuo
to o yield to the teachings and influenced influencedof
of the Republican party and its chief chieftains chieftains cbiofLain ¬
Bearer of Good News 2JewsThe NewsThe NewsThe
The committee headed by Represen Representative Repr Represetatlve eL eLtative ¬
tative OHie James which bad been beendispatched be benlispatched n ndispatched
dispatched to the rooms of the venom reaolutions resoluUons venomLions
Lions committee presented itself and andMr an andJr I IYr
Mr Jr James was introduced amid ap applause applause npplause ¬
plause His announcement was wasYour wasYour wasYour
Your committee appointed to waitupon waitapon wait waitupon
upon the committee on resolutions re report re report reort ¬
port ort that they have discharged thatluty that thatduty thatduty
duty The committee informs us tha ua
they will be report to
convention until 8 80clock oclock tonight at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which time they will bring in an unan utuut utuutimous sinantimous unanimous ¬
imous report signed by every member memberof
of the committee committeeGreat committeeGreat committeeGreat
Great applause and cheers greetedthis greeted greetedthis greetedthis
this statement and as soon as Me MeJames bItJames r rJames
James could be heard again he COn omeluded COneluded cOneluded
eluded eludedNew eludedNew eludedNew
New York Nebraska Virginia andWisconain and andWisconsin aMWisconsin
Wisconsin have b ve all joined hands and andwill andwIll antiwill
will bring in a platform that will carr carrarus carrus car carus
us to glorious victory in NovemberAgain November NovembertoAgain NovesrberAgain
Again the convention voiced its itspleasure Uspleasure itspleasure
pleasure at the news and a mighty mightyshout mightshout mightyshout
shout went up upMr upMr upMr
Mr James followed his last announcement announce announcement aaDauncement ¬
ment at once with a motion to adjeurn adjeurnuntil adjeurnuntil ad3eurniuntil
until 8 oclock tonight A second was wasat wasat warat
at once heard and the motion was car carried carried ourtied ¬
ried the session closing at U5SSAlT U5S U5SSALT l1 S SI
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