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Force the Budget Upon UponUpper UponUpper UponUpper
Upper Chamber ChamberNewcastle ChamberNewcastle I
Newcastle Eng Oct 9DavidLloyd 9 9Davld 9DavldLloYdGedrge David DavidLloydGeorge
LloydGeorge Lloyd = Gedrgethe the chancellor of the ex ezchequer exchequer exchequer ¬
chequer received a popular welcome welcomethis
this afternoon at the Palace theatre theatrehere theatreberc theatrehere
here where he save to an audience of
4 4000 000 what he called a plain tall on onthe onthe onthe
the subject of thebudget thebudgetWe the budget budgetWe
We are going to send that bill up upto upto e eto
to tho house of lords and get all the thetaxes thehL
taxes or none said the chancellor He Hedid Hedid
hL did not know what would be the final finalaction tlnalIltUon finalaction
action to be taken J by byplfor > y poor Lord Lan Lantiown LanliowDe Lantiowne
tiown with his creaking old ship and andmutinous andmutinous andnutlnous
mutinous crew but If the lords tore toreup toreup toreup
up the constitution by y Interfering with withthe wIththe withthe
the money bill they would force a revo revolution revolution revolutlon ¬
lution lutionThe lutionThe lutlonTho
The lords may decree a revolution revolutionbut
but the people peo a will direct It If It is isbegun isbegun isbegun
begun and Issues issues will be raised that thatare
are now little dreamed of the answers answersto
to which will be Charged d with peril perilfor perilfor perilfor
for the order of things which the peers peersrepresent peersrepresont peersrepresent
represent said the chancellor chancellorWhen chancellorWhen chancellorWhen
When LloydGeorge was leaving the thetheatre thetheatre thetheatre
theatre a crowd of suffragettes made madea
a I dash toward his car carLady carLady carLady
Lady Constance Lytton who wan wanarmed w warmed wasarmed
armed with a hatchet Mrs M H N Brails Brailsford Brailsford Brailsford
ford and Miss Davison were arrested arrestedEarlier arrestedEarlier arrestedEarlier
Earlier in the day da four other sympa sympathizers s mpa mpathizers ¬
thizers with the suffragettes were sen sentenced sentenced senfenced ¬
tenced to fourteen days at hard labor laborfor laborfor
for Indulging In a window smashing smashingcampaign smlillhlngcampaign smashingcampaign
campaign at the local Liberal club
Continued from Page 1 1and 1and 1and
and Cobb hat hit safely once In six sixtimes sixtimes sixtimes
times for an average of 167 167Pittsburpr 167Plttsburg 167Plttsburg
Plttsburg started with a rush when whenByrne whenByrne whenByrne
Byrne walked and Leach Immediately Immediatelyscored
scored him with a ringing twobase twobaselilt
lilt to right Clark sacrificed Leach to tothird tothird tothird
third and Wagner struck out Miller Millershot Millershot Millershot
shot a long hit Into the crowd In the thetemporary thettmporary thetemporary
temporary stand In right field and com completed completed completed ¬
pleted the circuit of the bases scoring scoringLeach scoringLeach scoringLeach
Leach The umpires umpiresEvans Evans and andKlem andKlemheld andIUemhold
Klem Klemheld hold a conference and trptted trpttedout
out to look at the stand and decided decidedIt
It was a a twobagger under the ground groundrules groundrules groundrules
rules because the stand was only tem temporary temporary ternorary ¬
porary orary Leach scored all right but butMiller butMiller
Miller Miller was sent back to second base baseAbstein baseAbsteln baseAbstein
Abstein struck out ending the Inning InningAfter InningAfter inningAfter
After that Pittsburg was practically practicallyhelpless practicallyhelpless practicallyhelpless
helpless with the bats It was in the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second inning that Detroit began to break breakinto break1nto breakinto
into the Hmlleght by scoring two runs runsCrawford runsCrawford runsCrawford
Crawford opened by striking out and Dele Delehanty Delehanty Delehanty ¬
hanty was easy Wagner to Abstein Mo Morlarlnty Morlarlnty Moriarinty
rlarlnty shot a screaming single to left leftnnd leftand leftand
and Tom Jones Jon > s put another In the same sameplace sameolacc sameplace
place olacc Moriarity going to third on a hit
and run signal Schmidt then tried the thescore thescore thescore
score by doubling over Leachs head and
Moriarity and T Jones counted D Jones Jonesstarted Jonesstarted Jonessturted
started the third Inning with a pretty
bunt along the third base line Byrne Byrnemade Brrnomade Byrnemade
made a magnificent assist but Abstein
dropped the ball and Jones was safe safeBush safeBush
I Bush hit safely to left and D Jones went wentto
I to second Cobb then worked the fast fastweakening fastweakening
weakening Camnitz for a base on balls
filling the bases Crawford sent a short shortto
fly to Clarke but there wasno was no chance
for D Jones to score so he did not try tryDelehanty tryDelehanty tryDelehanty
Delehanty Scores Two TwoDelehanty TwoDelehanty TwoDelehanty
Delehanty shot shoLn a hot single over sec second second second ¬
ond base and D Jones and Bush scored
Willis 11I8 then succeeded Camnitz Cobb stole
home and Meriarity worked the new newpitcher newpitcher newpitcher
pitcher for a pass T Jones grounded to
Willis and Delehanty was forced at third
Schmidt ended the Inning with a fly to
Clarke ClarkeIn
In the fifth Detroit scored two more moreruns moreruns moreruns
runs After Abstein made a remarkable remarkableonehanded remarkableonehanded remarkableonehanded
onehanded stop of Cobbs bounder over
first flr t base Crawford doubled along the
left field foul foulltne line Delehanty drew a pass passand passand passand
and Moriarity popped an easy fly to Ab Abstein Abstein Abstein ¬
stein T Jones walked Schmidt singled
I to center scoring Crawford and Dele ¬
I hanty but T Jones was caught trying to toreach toreach toreach
reach third thirdCobb thirdCobb thirdCobb
Cobb opened the seventh with a bounder bounderover
over second for his first hit of the series
Crawford C iwford was out Miller l lIer to Abstein and
Cobb C bb electrified the crowd by b trying to tomake tomako tomako
mako third base on the Infield out There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was a close clo e decision at third base ba e and
Klem called him out After that there therewas therewas therewas
was nothing more doing for Detroit DetroitAnd DltroltAnd DetroitAnd
And the Score ScorePittsburg ScorePlttsburg ScorePlttsburg
Plttsburg PittsburgAB
Byrne 2 b 8 I 1 0 4 3 0 0LeRch 0Leach
Leach Co c f 4 1 2 1 0
Clarke 1 f 80 1 0 0 3 0 0 0Vqner 0Wagner
Wagner ss 4 0 1 1 2 0 0Mlller 0Miller
Milter 2 b 4 0 1 0 4 0 0Absteln 0Abstein
Abstein 1 b 4 0 1 32 Z 1 1 1Wilson 1VIOOn 1Wilson
Wilson r f 4 0 0 0 0 I IGlb8on 0 0Gibson
Gibsone Gibson e a 20 0 4 2 0 0CallU1ltz
Camnitz p 1 0 0 0 1 0
Willis p 2 Q 0 1 2 0 0Totals 0Totals
Totals 31 2 5 27 16 1 1Detroit 1D 1Detroit
DetroitAB Detroit DetroitAB D troit troitAB
D Jones 1 f t Ii 1 1 1 0 0 0I 0Bush
I Bush ss 3 1 1 0 2 0 0Cobb 0Cobb
Cobb r t L 3 i 1 1 Q 0 0
Crawford c f 4 1 1 2 0 00 00Delehanty 0 0Delehanty 0Delehanty
Delehanty 2 b I 1 1 3 1 1 1Moriarity 1Mofiarity
Moriarity 3 I b 3 1 1 4 1 0 0T 0T
T Jones 1 b S 1 1 8 1 0 0Schmidt 0Schmidt 0Schmklt
Schmidt e 4 0 2 9 1 1 1Donovan 1Donovan
Donovan p 4 0 0 0 4 1 1Totals 1Totals
Totals 32 7 9 27 1 10 3
Score Se re by innings inningsPittsburg InningsPittsburg InningsPittsburg
Pittsburg 20000000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 02Detroit 02Detroit 2 2Detroit
Detroit 02302000 0 0230200007Twobase 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 07 07Twobase 7 7Twobase
Twobase hits hitsLeach Leach 2 Miller
Schmidt Crawford HltsOff Camnitz 6
In two and onethird innings off Willis
3 r In six and twothirds two thirds Innings Sacrifice
hits hitsBush Bush Clarke Stolen bases basesGlb50n Gibson
Cobb Wagner aJmer Double plays playsIiller Miller Ab Abstein Abstein Abstein ¬
stein and Byrne B rne Bush T Jones and Mo Moriarity Moriarity 10 10rl8rlt ¬
riarity rl8rlt Left on bases ba basesPittsburg Pittsburg 5 De Detrlot Detrlot Detriot I
trlot 4 Base on balls ballsCamnltz Camnitz 1 Willis
4 Donovan 1 First on errors errorsPittsburg Pittsburg
2 Detroit 1 Struck out outCamnltz Camnitz 2
Willis lUls 2 Donovan 7 Time Tlme150 150 UmpireeEvans Um Umpires UmpiresEvans ¬
pires piresEvans Evans and Klem
Take Off the e rat ratWhere a aere
Where ere It Shows ShowsMost
Most women suffer much humiliation humiliationbecause humiliationbecau humiliationbecause
because e of great quantities of fat so lo located 10ated located ¬
cated that no matter how they dress dresseverybody dresseverybody dresseverybody
everybody sees that they are abnormal abnormalThis abnormalThis abnormalThis
This Is the day of the slender figure figureand figurennd figureand
and fat women are simply not tolerated toleratedcither toleratedlther toleratedeither
cither in business or social affairs affairsWomen affairsomen affairsWomen
Women omen may not know it but men when whenthey whenthty whenthey
they see a fat woman pass them on the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street or in public places make all man manner manner manner ¬
ner of sympathetic remarks about her herThey herTIHy herThey
They do not mean to be unkind or to toseem toseem toseem
seem unmanly but it is natural for a aman aman aman
man t0 t toidislike disllke fat on a woman Where Wherefat Wherefat
fat shows the most there is where it itmust Itmust Itmust
must be removed and as quickly as aspossible aspossible aspossible
possible This seasons dresses seem to tob tob tohr
b hr < made ma e for the fat womans misery miseryand miseryand miseryand
and the slender womans delight < < They Theyexpose Theyxpose Theyexpose
expose all the charms of woman and andher andhr andher
her ugliness as well Exercise and diet dietwill dietwill dietwill
will not remove fat This has been beenrro beenTroved beenproved
rro proved ed The famous Marmola prescrip prescription ¬
tion which has met me met with such phenom phenomenal ¬
enal success and has so many of our oursociety oursodet oursociety
society sodet women as Its sponsors is now nowbeing no nob nowbeing
being b lng sold in tablet form to meet the tIteDemand thedemand Ueo1pmand
demand of the public for this style st le of oftreatment fftreatment oftreatment
treatment These little tablets go into intojour intoUr intoi
jour our Ur system like food They stop the thefitomach th thrtomach thestomach >
stomach and digestive apparatus from fromproducing fromroducing fromproducing
producing fat and reduce the fat upon uponthe uponth uponthe
the th > body bod at the rate of from 12 to 15 15ounces 15ounces 15ounces
ounces a day They are harmless and andcan an anan andcan
can be carried In your our purse and taken takeneven takenven takeneven
even after you ou have indulged in a ahearty ahfarty ahearty
hearty meal away from home They Theya
a are < e sold at all drug stores at 75 7 cents centsr
r case or if you prefer you may write writefie writethE write1te
fie Marmola company Dept 750 i5 De Detroit Detroit Detroit ¬
troit Mich
Pastel Paintings PaintingsLocal PaintingsLocal PaintingsLocal
Local scenes by Salt Lake artist See Seesamples SeesampleI Seesamples
samples in our east window Orders Orderstaken Orderstaken Orderstaken
taken for Christmas ChristmasMIDGLEYBODEL ChrIstmasIIDGLEYBODEL ChristmasNIDGLEYBODEL
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Orpheum Orph um Tickets Given Away by the theHeraldRepublican theHeraldRepublican theHeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSomewhere HeraldRepublicanSomewhere HeraldRepublicanSomewhere
Somewhere in the classified columns columnsof
of every issue of The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanwill
will be found an order for two seats at atthe attho atthe
the Orpheum theatre good for either eithermatinee eithermatinee eithermatinee
matinee of evening performance on date dateof dateof dateof
of issue The person whose name ap appears appears appears ¬
pears in this order will please present a acopy acopy acopy
copy of the ad to The HeraldRepub HeraldRepublican ¬
lican office before 6 oclock today to together together together ¬
gether with a positive Identification Identificationyour
your last subscription receipt will do doRead doRead
Read the classified advertisements inthis in inthis
this issue Perhaps your our name is there thereHERALD thereHERALD thereHERALDREPUBLICAN
IT IS BELOW BELT NOW NOWSuccessful NOWSuccessful NOWSuccessful
Successful Pitchers Today Use Low LowBall lowBall LowBall
Ball to Win WinBY WinBY WinBY
Not more than four years ago a pitch pitcher ¬
er who had command of a high fast fastball fastball fastball
ball was successful yet this sort of ofpitching ofpitching ofpitching
pitching nowadays is hit to all corners cornersof
of the lot Then every manager in instructed Instructed Instructed ¬
structed his pitchers to keep his fast fastball fastball fastball
ball about shoulder high The young yeungstore youngsters youngsters ¬
sters were taught this and it worked workedalmost workedalmost workedalmost
almost Invariably against every batter batterBut batterBut batterBut
But there has been a change The bat batters batters ¬
ters have mastered the high ball and andin andIn andin
in so doing have forgotten much about aboutconnecting aboutconnecting aboutconnecting
connecting with the low ones The successful suc successful successful ¬
cessful pitcher today Is the one who whopitches whopitches whopitches
pitches but few balls above the waist wtAny waistAny wtvfstAny
Any time you see a pitcher using that thathigh thathigh thathigh
high fast one you usually see his de delivery delivery delivery ¬
livery taken kindly to by the batters battersNo battersNo
No less than 90 per cent of the success successful successful successful ¬
ful pitchers in the major leagues today todaywork todaywork todaywork
work the batters with low balls It is isnot isnot isnot
not only hardest to hit because it is im impossible impossible impossible ¬
possible for the batter to follow a low lowcurve lowcUre lowcurve
curve ball but it is also the hardest ball ballto ballto ballto
to bunt Where you find one player who whocan whocan whocan
can hit a low one there are thirty who whoprefer whoprefer whoprefer
prefer a high one oneONE oneONE oneONE
Ann Arbor Mich Oct 9 9After 9Afterholding 9Afterholding After Afterholding
holding Michigan to no score in the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first half Case ase Scientific school of ofCleveland ofCleveland ofCleveland
Cleveland was defeated today by the thescore thescore thescore
score of 3 to 0
Hurry Up Yost believes there are aregreat aregreat aregreat
great possibilities in the onslde kick and andis
is going to make it a prominent part of ofMichigans ofMichlgans ofMichigans
Michigans offensive machine
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MR TAFT GOES TO WORK WORKContinued WORKContinued WORKContinued
Continued from Page 1 1Yosemite 1Yosemite 1Yosemite
Yosemite was a place pl ce ih which to say sayones sayones sayones
ones prayers and never should be used usedfor usedfor usedfor
for commercial purposes President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft has been deeply impressed with the thebeauty thebeauty thebeauty
beauty not only of the valley itself but butthe butthe butthe
the entire Yosemite park He declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that the park had been neglected as ascompared ascompared ascompared
compared with the Yellowstone YellowstonePlan
Plan of Improvement ImprovementMr
Mr Taft is anxious that some definite definiteplan definiteplan definiteplan
plan of improt Improvement ement shall be agreed agreedupon agreedupon agreedupon
upon in order that progress may be bemade bemade bemade
made year ear by year Mr Road building is isthe isthe isthe
the first great need as the President Presidenthimself Presidenthimself Presidenthimself
himself has suggested and he probably probablywill
will make some recommendation on the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject in his forthcoming message to tocongress tocongress tocongress
congress congressArriving congressArrivIng congressArriving
Arriving at the floor of the valley xo xoday today 0 0da
day da the President was greeted by Ga Galon GaIon Galon ¬
lon Clark 97 I years old who was the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first white man to maice Known the ex existence exIstence existence ¬
istence of the giant sequin trees of the theMariposa theIariposa theMariposa
Mariposa groves Mr Clark does not notclaim notclaim notclaim
claim to have been the first man to see seethe seethe seethe
the mammoth forest for he found a aprospectors aprospectors aprospectors
prospectors outfit there when he went wentin
in It is his theory that the prospector prospectorwas rospectoras
was as a white man who had been slain by byIndians bJIndians byIndians
Indians IndiansThe IndiansThe IndiansThe
The result of the Presidents trip into intothe Intothe Intothe
the Yosemite has been to make him an anenthusiast anenthusiast anenthusiast
enthusiast of forestry The secluded secludedsequias secludedsequlas secludedsequias
sequias were not responsible for this thisfor thisfor thisfor
for they are in a class by b themselves themselvesFor
For three days the president has trav traveled tmveled traveled ¬
eled through succeeding forests of yel yellow yellow yellow ¬
low and sugar pine and an fir trees that thathave thathave thathave
have towered from 200 to 300 feet above abovethe abovethe abovethe
the road and they have called out con constant constant constant ¬ I
stant expressions of his admiration To Tomany Tomany Tomany I
many the slended arrowlike grace of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the pines and the fir holds more beauty
than the gnarled rugged mass of the thesequias thesequlas thesequlas
sequlas sequiasRiding sequlasRiding sequlasRiding
Riding in the forests yesterday the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President heard a giant pine fall the theresult theresult theresult
result of decay near the roots The Thecrash Thecrash Thecrash
crash was like the report of distant ar artillery artillery artillery ¬
With the arrival in Salt Lake yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day of Miss Cora Hajl who played playedheavy playedheayy playedheavy
heavy parts In the illfated Enterprise EnterpriseStock EnterpriseStock EnterpriseStock
Stock company five members of that thatcompany thatcompany thatcompany
company have succeeded in reaching reachingthis
this city clt where they th y have found friends friendsamong friendsamong friendsamong
among the theatrical profession Miss MissFlorence 11lssFlorence MissFlorence
Florence Gale the leading woman and andthree andthree andthree
three other members of the company arrived ar arrived arried ¬
rived the latter part of last week and andare andare andare
are now located at a downtown hotel hotelEven hotelEven hotelEven
Even the desertion of Pelton Smut
zers men leaving them in Soda Springs Springswithout SprIngswithout Springswithout
without money was not sufficient to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep them from the actors western westernMecca westernMecca westernMecca
Mecca MeccaMiss MeccaMiss
Miss Hall confirms tho story told by byMiss byMiss byMiss
Miss Gale which was printed in The TheHeraldRepublican TheHeraldRepublican TheHeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican of Tuesday to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that the company was deserted desertedat
at Soda Springs about ten days ago by bythe bythe bythe
the managers John Schuler and Charles CharlesGalbough CharlesGalbough CharlesGalbough
Galbough two of Pelton Smutzers Smutzersmen
New York Oct 9 9A A national lawn ten tennis tennis tennis ¬
nis championship on dirt courts Is being beingarranged beingarranged beingarranged
arranged The place of holding the tour tournament tournament tournament ¬
nament lies between Cincinnati Omaha Omahaand Omahaand Omahaand
and St Louis LouisThis LouisThis LouisThis
This would be the first dirt playing sur surface surface surface ¬
face national championship to be insti instituted Instituted instituted ¬
tuted The final plans will be made in inFebruary inFebruary inFebruary
Continued Con lnued from Page 1 1person 1person 1person
person and declare his attitude with withrespect withrespect withrespect
respect to the entire matter of city citygovernment citygovernment citygovernment
government governmentHearsts governmentHearsts governmentHearsts
Hearsts friends all predict that he hestands hestands hestands
stands ready to make another whirl whirlwind whirlwind whirlwind ¬
wind campaign such as he made in n
1905 Bannard and the Republican Eepubllcanleaders Republicanleaders Republicanleaders
leaders expressed nothing but satisfac satisfaction satisfaction ¬
tion today at Hearsts entering the thefield thefield thefield
field All talk of Bannards with withdrawal wIthdrawal withdrawal ¬
drawal and allowing Hearst to head headthe headthe headthe
the ticket to victory was denounced denouncedas
as preposterous Bannard would win winthey winthey winthey
they said
Gaynor Is Displeased DispleasedCharles DIspleasedCharles DispleasedCharles
Charles F Murphy and other Tam Tammany Tamman Tammany ¬
many man leaders continue to brand the theentrance theentrance theentrance
entrance of Hearst as a deal but at atthe atthe atthe
the same time say that Justice Wil William WlllIam William ¬
liam B Gaynor will be victorious victoriousJustice victoriousJustice victoriousJustice
Justice Gaynor was outspoken In his hisexpression hisexpression hisexpression
expression of displeasure at Hearsts Hearstsentry Hearstsentry Hearstsentry
entry into the campaign I am go going goIng going ¬
ing through experiences of breach of offaith offaith offaith
faith and plighted word he said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that I did not deem possible in this thisworld thisworld thisworld
world he said referring to Mr MrHearsts MrHearsts lr lrHtarsts
Hearsts renunciation coming within a afew afew afew
few days after his published declara declaration declaration declaration ¬
tion that he would support the Brook Brooklyn llrooltlyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn candidate candidateJuige candidateJu candidateJutge
Juige Ju ge Gaynor announced today that thath
h hi > had decided not to use a dollar in inadvocating InIdvocatln insdvocatin
advocating his candidacy and would wouldreturn wouldreturn wouldreturn
return all gifts of money preferred preferredhim po erred erredhim
him for campaign purposes He re returned returned returned ¬
turned two such contributionsone one of of5o0
500 and the other of IOOOtoday 1000 IOOOtodaywlti today todaywlta
with letters explaining his attitude attitudeThe aiUtudeThe attitudeThe
The larger gift came from Abraham AbrahamAbraham AbrahamAbraham AbrahamAbraham
Abraham a Brooklyn merchant and andwas andwas andwas
was returned with the following note noteI
I have decided not to use a dollar dollarin
in this election and you will under understand understand understand ¬
stand me in returning your check If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the people of New York dont want wantto
to elect me on my life record and my
life work for government g vernment and to de destroy destroy destroy ¬
stroy low and corrupt government and andthose andthose andthose
those engaged in it I assure you ou that thatI
I shall be content contentWill contentWill contentWill
Will Walt for the Court CourtI
I was long used to lying and mis misconstruction misconstruction misconstruction ¬
construction as you know without be being beIng being ¬
ing affected by it Nothing that I can cansay cansay cansay
say or do will now prevent those who whowant whowant whowant
want to misinterpret me and what I say
from doing so But we shall wait for forthe forthe forthe
the count countIn
In a similar letter to Schuyler Par Parsons Parsons Parsons ¬
sons president of the Coney Island IslandJockey IslandJockey IslandJockey
Jockey club who sent the J500 600 contri contribution contribution contribution ¬
bution Justice Gaynor said In part partI
I have been constrained by demands demandsfrom demandsfrom demandsfrom
from all parts of the city to run for formayor formayor formayor
mayor I did not ask to run runYou runYou runYou
You see the base lot who are al already already already ¬
ready barking and lying at my m heels heelsI
I expect the opposition of every scoun scoundrel scoundrel scoundrel ¬
drel but I am ready to meet them all alland alland alland
and go down if the people of this city cityare clt cltare cityare
are content to let them put me down downJerome downJerome downJerome
Jerome Withdraws WithdrawsAs
As had been predicted for several severaldays severaldan severaldays
days William Travers Jerome issued a astatement astatement astatement
statement tonight formally withdraw withdrawing ¬
ing from the contest for reelection as
district attorney as an independent independentHis I IHis
His statement says sa s In part partAfter partAfter
After a further careful reflection It Itseems Itseems itseems I
seems to me I ought oughtno no longer to eon continue eontlnue eontinue ¬
tinue as a candidate for election to tothe tothe tothe
the office of district attorney of N New NewYork NewYork w wYork
York county and I have today to y filed my mydeclination mydeclination mydeclination
declination of the nomination as a can candidate candldate candidate ¬
didate for that office officeIt
It became known today that Mrs O OH OH 0H
H P Belmont now prominently identi identified Identified identified ¬
fied with the woman suffrage move movement movement movement ¬
ment had submitted a series of 0 ques questions questions questions ¬
tions to all three mayoralty candidates candidatesThe candlateaThe
The first question naturally Is Do Doyou Doou Doyou
you ou favor or oppose extending suffrage suf suffrage ¬ i ifrage
frage to women womenMr womenMr 1 1Mr
Mr Bannard has already answered answeredthis
this question as follows That is a alegislative alegislative alegislative
legislative and state question with withwhich wltbwhich withwhich
which I as mayor would have nothing nothingto
to do At present however I am not notIn notIn notin
In favor of It I am Inclined to think thinkthat thinkthat thinkthat
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Foreign Auto Events Excel Because Becauseof
of Way Policed PolicedBert PolicedBert PolicedBert
Bert DIngley veteran of one Gordon GordonBennett GordonB GordonBennett
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tion and many California road races and andhill Bndhill andhill
hill climbs In discussing automobile automobileracing automobileracing automobileracing
racing in the United State and abroad abroadsays ablAdsays abroadsays
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There is just one great point of su superiority superiority auperiority ¬
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The courses in France are beautifully beautifullypoliced beautifullypoliced beautifullypoliced
policed The guarding orre or ofthe the course is isone Isone isone
one point where the Americans have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been woefully shy In France where whereevery whereevery whereevery
every second man Is a soldier and where whereall whereall whereall
all have to serve terms In the militia militiaevery mnttiaevery militiaevery
every inch of the road is well guarded guardedThe
The course of the Gordon Bennett Bennettwhich Bennettwhich Bennettwhich
which I drove was policed by 10000 sol soUdlers soldiers sot1diers
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believe those In the United States are arebetter arebetter arebetter
better The roads are not finer but the thecourses thecourses thecourses
courses are less tortuous as a rule ruleThe ruleThe ruleThe
The great criticism of French races raceshas raceshas raceshas
has always ala s been the great number of ofaccidents ofaccidents ofaccidents
accidents to drivers and mechanics mechanicsThese mechanicsThese mechanicsThese
These have done most to hurt the game gameabroad gameabroad gameabroad
abroad and have practically done away awaywith awaywith awaywith
with the oncefamous French events eventsWhile eventsu eventsWhile
u While ne motor racing is going forward forwardby
by leaps and bounds in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States It is steadily going backward in inFrance inFrance inFrance
France FranceWhile FranceWhile FranceWhile
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remember Dingleys earlier career in inthe Inthe inthe
the east he has won his greatest fame fameon
on the Pacific slop slo At Los Angeles AngelesPortland AngelesPortland AngelesPortland
Portland and Altadena he has this sea season S8son season ¬
son carried the Chalmers colors to vic victory victory victory ¬
tory in many important events In theSanta the theSanta theSanta
Santa Monica events he drove the fast fastest fastest fastest ¬
est stock light car race in the history historyof
of American motoring At Portland he heupheld heupheld heupheld
upheld his fame as Daredevil Bert by bydriving bydriving bydriving
driving 103 miles in 104 minutes
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