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THE CALUMET NEWS I 10 PAGES--1 TO 6 1 I THE WEATHER: TONIGHT FAIR AND WARMER. SUNDAY PROBABLY FAIR. VOL XXI CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 29, 1912. NO. 206 CHAMP CLARK GAINING STRENGTH WITH EVERY COUNT TAKEN" PEERLESS LEADER MAKES STRENUOUS ATTACK ON MISSOURI'S COHORTS Says He Won't Help Clark Until the New Yorkers Withdraw Aid EXPRESSES HIS WILLINGNESS 10 SUPPORT CONVENTION'S NOMINEE Democratic Nomination Likely to be Made Late This Afternoon. Today a Busy Day Fourteenth Ballot. tiark .'. ilson . . . . Underwood Harmon Marabatl Hi a 11 .... Kern r..'i 13 1 11 21) M The fifteenth ballot .siMiw.il -in ma terial change. I'.a 1 1 i more, June .'!' -The hall filled up rapidly today when the convention r. -convened at l:f o'clock this after- 1 ti and the prevailing talk from the Hoor wuy t hi t w vera I breaka were imminent and thai an early decisive ballot was likely. Bryan took the platform amid wild I heeling an the roll rail ended. Aftei II whispered conference w i t 1 1 Chair man Jumea. Bryan hit the platform, vavlng. to the crowd in acknowl dge inent ol their greetings. The poll of the thirteenth ballot showed the Candida t cs to be in rela tively thi wimi' poaltton as when they adjourned tMi morning. Clarke led with r.4 votes. Wilson second with Underwood IK'.. Harmon 21. Marshall no, loss 2. ami Bryan i I llinoifi ave Clark .",; Iowa. Clark, ...1. is. UMIann If. ..... ii. , 1 Drvan ! ISi onsill, iimiii 1.', '" n 1 . w York. Clark M. 'I'h.' in red Hhlft of the NehrasUa delegation did aot material!.''. inning the fottrtoonUi ballot, Chair man James, any r flared the gavel to William Sulxcr of We York, and wenl I., ti,.. H..r II. ,'itil Mill Willi M-lia 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 1 . in- 1 SI. me of the Clark force ami Han Lurried abatil visiting varloua aeie- Ratlona Bryan Causes Commotion. Bryan roue ga the poll for Nebraakaj wan uf di rid He was Interrupted with' vote." "vote." as be asked to explain ids vote. Btttner ruled thai nothing v,as in order hut the actual Vote, Bry an persisted in explaining amid about .r "vote." "vote." Bryan aaW: -As long; as the Weu fork rote are cast for Clark. withhold my vote for him. The cot niimi was la an uproar stone of Missouri ahouted above the din. pleadina; with th legate and galtertor to listen to Bryan. Above tho din, a motion granting unanlmoua consent to Bryan to apeak waa de- I H od carried and he proceeded 1" the platform gtntd cheers and about of derision. Bryar apoke deliberately, explaining In detail his vote amid nn impressive silence. Bryan reaa n a prepared statement. lie said Nebraska had alwayi been a progressive state ' "In this con- .mlon." he said, "prom-ssi ve sen timent Is overwhelming and no can I--ate would have a chance it he W known not to he a proKrcsslv c l ie resolution adopted asalnst any oandl date auhaervlent to Morgan. Btryan o, Mclmont showed the desire of tn nv . ntion." Hryan said. The vote of New York repres. nle.l the wishes of one man. Charles Murphy, declared Hryan. and he rep reaanted the same interests sought to dominate the Chicago en venthm He and his aeeoclatea ine N'ehraaka delesiitlon. he said, were unwilling to accept the name ol any man who was receiving the benefit ol Murpbya leadership Bhonta o proval constantly Interrupted Brj ir with occasional parllamenlat v pro lests. but he niirhed on. Reason for Opposing dark. "I ahall not be Party." declared Mrvan. "to the nomination of anj ""' Who will not he absolutely free to car ry out an aaHl-Morgan, Byan. Belmont ..solution, and make his admlnUtra. tion reflect government of. f"' ""' th,. people. I shall withhold tin VO from Clark nn long as New Y.-rk rot for him. "I am explalnlns my rote onlJ be raaaa my advice is not to be Ml""" In m awn delegation. I aovls. i tna tho,. so tnstructed. rote for CH ark un til condition arose thai Juatllled u- dolus otherwise. Not all of tin nation 11 greed with me. If the poll hi rlii mandril 1 am now ready to oaet my vc.ii- and give my reason.' To Supoort Nominee. Oovernor IgeCorkJ of llent Virginia Mked: if the nomlaatlon of the Degao (rath- candidate la made with the vote Of New York, vvill you .support the can didate?" As Rrv in l'i;ai to answer a dele- , gate shouted: I "Are ) mi a Democrat . Tkt nettl d Bryan nnd he shouted; 'if that man will give M) big name 1 will reoard it betide that pi Mor- gan. Helm, nt and Rvnn." Answi rin.n MoCofkJo, Bryan antt u was a ililleivnt lb inn to oppose u man in 1 ntiventh n and "IMi M hlin OftCI tii con Tenth n. Nothing be laid, tvotftd Justify the suppoaltior that ha would not eupport the nominee, Knox of Alihama ahuMtOi protests ,t ii the arbitral nry teetithumhca of Bryan'i tpeech, Bryan voted for wisn. Tic- abOtttlng of the ei'owd fairly hook Hi" baUding, while Bryan sir,! st I, amid the storm una inning f r Iu,rl' II. declared he expected tO lUPPOrt the conventions nominee, hut did n; , I gtt) man to HM nominated win would permit partnerahip with Mor aw, Ryan, Betmoat and blmaelf, n than announced his Intention to vol for Wllaon and went hack ta the We , , I- .ska delegation wone or anwun, w Bryan hut the din drowned bw voice and the poll of Nebraeha Wm '. turned, jaUUnore, Md.. June If, -After taking the twelfth ballot the conven tion adjourned at "1 o'clock this nimn bag to genet pgaia this afternoon. Clark receive.) a majority on the tenth hnHot when the vole reached .-..-a,, hut on the eleventh he kmt two Bnd on the l.'th Ml tO Mft Wilson gained tow an fha eleventh I an ti,.- laat ballot had :ir4. M" ' 1 " Mg ,,'"K ' i ti,.. Infill on the Uth nalior Alteon I'nderv.Kid '-' Harmon H Marshall 9 Kern j Bryuu A N oh "f Fxcitement. Last nlgbfa session of the cgerraw tlon was one of great excitement, the ...suits of the various hallots bolttj cheered by the aympatWaem of th leading oondktatee as the rota ahowad a gain for a fav orite Kiev en ballots were taken fearing Ike night hut no candldntc came within etrmg dist ance of the TBI neceeaary nominate. Cmrk r rded the high, st vote, wlc n o th- tenth I.- bad IH, a majority. He fdJ Uu on hoth the eleventh ami twelfth. When New fct lueke on the tenth and cast ninety rote far Clark a great demonstration followed, continuing twenty -on minute. ,,,,, ....mention Moke to. se aua:n. Tins time it was I mvan-W 1101 -uthurst. and IMted fifty minutes. fTlWon vm. .. ,.,i, is '! ai ' : -lev einn u or, 1".' i. , ... ,i... ci hallot it was an oven MPa New Ycrk Supports Clark v ... v,.,-i MuiiiMirtc, la i k In three iMflot NMt nigh! According to the , rted agreement chairman kturfkj wifl -as. .he nkaet rotai tor thj Sp,,,ker in seven more tJC essn . ' Tlu.n, if .Mark has not reached lh;. Koal. the ninety will he irons,. . . .. I ,thcr man Who . ma i- has no. I n .h .- i mincl. Thi a,;.- , , e n , ,,,0 New Vork leaders to gtaxxf hv (',rk nw tan baJtota la h'y' , ma le Who. th. 'ark Z K'ven to rarher tot tempo- .o chairman. m ,. : .... N was the general feelinK thai ..... ..Ins he must Win "' t 111 I r " ,,,,. d ocadl.vk was the one thins v KERN NOT BOTHERED BY J- PRESIDENTIAL MICROBE. : Baltimore, Md., June n. 4 Political leaders, trying today I to align tlndr forces for the ! second battle Of hallots, eon- Purred With unanimity In a ! ! statement made at noon by United Siat.s Senator Kern of Indiana that: "We are all at sea on the situation. One man's analyaia of the (Igurea of ! I lie opeliilt;, ballot is OS good IIS a ii' .ther's." ! Bonatoi Kern is being groom- '' v ed as a dark liorse In the rac ! Winn told of a report that he v and Mayor liuynor of N. Y. ; w.ie to be Ptt forward if It ! were ascertained that a dead- 4j lock would continue with the 0) present candidate In the Held, he replied, ! V.oing to kfing two fresh horses in the field, are they? Well, all I can say. Is that the v microbe has BO! entered me : and I am not troubling myself : : about a." which minht eat away the command ing lead he nlrcady tatabllagaai. The problem before the Clark force was two-fold, first to hold their pre ent strength Intact agatnet aaafk?tkna and ear nun tO add lTfi'i votes to Ins r. 4 i shown on the twelfth, battel to give him the noceawar) two-tinr i. gaa .iority. Underwood Holds Key. Just how this problem was to le solved was th' ause for w.urv ill the ( Inrk taahTi rn.h r.v.iod's iif voter; are looked upon as the ke to the Bit -nation. His managers have shown no indication of dissecting the vote as a Maianee of ajnr among the oiber can- Ma tea. n the aawtanrj they seem t h.lieve that hy l.ohlin together they evetituallv will win the r.omina -tion. one report this morning- was that una ot L'aaaorwoocTa anwtharn deiegutes would org that the time had come to BWtog the vote to Clark, as in view of Bryan's opposition. i adarw antra chances were only slight at hest ..ml that the logical nomine- was 'Maik. Harmon' twenty-nine votaa are looked upon as a poslhle acapi iit i u tu Chirk, and it is said there is au thority for th statement that New York " in nevei go to WfHaon and that Tammany would prefer Bryan to the 'ev .lelSeV LoVelllOf. g Kern and Oaynor gfki Chwh and Baynov were cotahlnatlona much dis cussed this morning. TWO DIE IN FIRM. Homeless Woman Amonq Victims el Flame, at Louisville. Louisville. Kv., Jama -': Two per sons were killed and time seriously hurt In a lire that attacked a second (loot- dormitory In i h.isine.ss bttttd ajg here earlv vcslerday. one ot the v ictims Wa a In inel, ss woman. Vd it nii'lii aha aon eared at the ilnr- niltory for shelter. morning her ehan 1 1 was gtren. Tills .1 le.dy waa found in HM kit hen of the bttrned apart ment. The other person onCnetari was CrOtnjJrf Van Nort, a chauffeur, of the throe Injured Charier Rogers, newa paper man. is not exp-cled to survive. TARIFF BOARD THREW. Conrjrtss Refuses to Advance Addi tional Funds. Washington. June. 2!i. The tarlli hoard v "lit out of existence today le euuse Congress refused t further ad vance money for Its work. The board was formed in October, lOOt, and has mad. cmpr enct.siv e in- i aatlgationa af the aaVeramcc in e0st at home and ahroad of WOOA pulp, and paper, wool ami cotton, and also com piled the glossaries In the numher of chedutee. SERVICES BY NEW PASTOR. Services will he conducted nt ft. Ceorgo's Rpiacopal chapel on llidgr md Michigan a treat in West Hm- , o, k hv Hev. V. J. Harwell -Walker. h arrive! In Hancock this we,!; from Ontonagon where he has heen loiat.d for the past three years. He will make his home at l-'l QolaK) si I el. STEEL PRICES ADVANCED. . w York, June 29. It was official M aniiouree.l by tho i'nlt-d State.i Steel corporation lure today that th price Of oars. phtfO and structural s!e,i has been ngarnnoad $i. tor follow lie th h ad set by the lnoVteiid -ent earlv it- the week. This maker bars 11. -f. per pa pound, and idetes aaaf atrw tared trei $1.30. LIFE'S DISAPPOINTMENTS wt dmv bOl two sVOUll to orcM trv.T TBAiM (Conyrighl BRYAN REF-USES TO ADMIT HE WOULD ACCEPT TENDER OE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION Baltimore, June 29.--Thc um ertala situation over the naming of the presidential ticket has given rise to day to much speculation among the leaders as to what mice will b made, if any, by Bryan to break tho dead lock. In an interview- just before noon, Hryan disclosed nothing; as to thU phase of the situation. Refeiing to the platform he said It was very sat isfactory to him and that as there was no opposition in the committee, he did not expect to go into the con vention until necessary and when that time came he would he on hand, he Asked as' to' his vfews regarding one term tor president, he said he had advocated this Idea r.r affjfhtaan years and that in the three campaigns lu had stated that If elected, ha would not be a candidate for re-election. "And you always have been willing to accept one term." "I do not want to put it thnt way. There are times when I would." "And you are still willing?" "We have not reached the point where that question is a pertinent CHICAGO SOCIETY WEDDING. One of Most Elaborrte Social Func tion of the Year. Chicago. III., June .'!. -Prominent BO . iet.v folk representing iti.-s both Kasl ami West Mtod the Piaahytagton church in Lake l-'oresl todav for the wedding of Miss Adelaide Ch.itllehl-Tuv lor. laughter of Mr. and Mrs. rtooan c Chatlield Tav lor. who are among the recognized leaders of Chicago s.-ciotv. and Mr. Hendricks Whitman, son ol Mr, and Mrs. Willi 1 in Whitman of Brooklyn, Mass. Following the cere mony at Hie cniinu an ,1.1 ... .. . . , option was boM nt Pairlawti, the country borne of the bride's parents. PRESIDENT'S NIECE BRIDE. Miss Harriet Anderson of Cincinnati Widded Today. Cincinnati, ., June 29. A notable v.c.liliiig part assembled in Cm. innal, today for the marriage of. Miss Har riet nilersou of this city and Mr. Hu go do PVttuch of New York. Tin- bride Is Hi.- daughter of Mrs Charu-s Ander son and a glee of the President and Mm Taft. Mr. do IVitsvh. the bride groom, a a son of the late Chevalier Hugo go Pritst h. who was tho Aus trian consul in New York for many years and prominent In club and so cial gtoetaa in tho gtaitmolhft TENDER FAREWELL PARTY. Frienda Make Presentation to Mrs. Alex MacKemi. About thirty of the friends of Capt. and Mrs. Alex MacKenxie tendered a farew II partv in their honor on Thursday evening at the MaCKaagt home. The gathering proved a vctv pleasant one. Mrs Ma Ken'.i- was presented with a bagggftUf cut glass berry bOW as a token of appreciation, the presentation spec h bnVhlg hagg feelingly n-ule by Mrs. Math.w Wil son. Mr. Mac Kenxle was completely overwhelmed During the evening Piper Shantu n rendered sev . till sole. I ion.-t damn lunch wn erYOd, Capt. Ma.Kenzu has n-slgmil his posttlon with the C g H. company and leaves next week rr Detroit to locate. GEN. BOOTH RECOVERING. London. June 2. Oeneral Booth, head or the Salvation Army, in th course of an Interview today said; "I am still hoping to g t th I'nit ed States and ( ariada as I bargained for." C.eneral Booth is now on the high road to recovery, although he Is In curably sightless. one, ami 1 have not known the news paper nan w ho would be proeomptu- 1 ba . nough to ask it." Say Delegates Will Stick. Haltimore. June I'll. -"Clark will be the nominee.' said Senator Kloct Var .la man. "He has received a major ity of tin- votes cast and his defeat now KHMlld be outside of ull prece- dent," The senator also expressed the opin ion that the Mississippi delegation. Inatructed tor Underwood, would soon switch so that Clark would get a ma joiity Of them. Dehgations from North Carolina and other southern states expressed v iews similar to Vanlaman'; r.ank-n'he head of Alabama, rnderwood's man ager, refused to concede that the C lark popularity is growing. He in sisted that t'nderwood would he nom inee. Committeeman Wood of Michigan said Michigan soon would throw sev eral votes to Clark. The Indiana del egation at the caucus decided to stick by Governor Marshall unless strong Kern sentiment developed, TACOMA IS IN FETE. Elaborate Outdoor Snectacles Arranged for Mid-Summe. Festival. Taenia, Wash.. June ft, The Mon tiimara PhatO, Taenia's mid-summer carnival, is at hand at-.d visitors are pouring into the city by hundreds from the Northwestern States and Canada, with a liheral sprinkling of tourists from the Past. The festival program will I..- ushered ii. tomorrow afternoon with a sacred concert in the great Sta dium, participated in by more than fiOO voices. King Tahoinah, his Queen and court wit! make their triumphal entry int.. the city Monday. Pot the remainder of the week the program cells tot series of elaborate outdoor specta. I, s In the Stadium, in gujjtrial parades and hisffical pa geants, trap-shooting contests and ath letic and aquatic competitions, con cluding on the last two days of the week with the Hist automobile road mdea ever hehl ill the Pacific North west. PROBE MURDER MYSTERY. Limbs of Illinois Mand Found In An CM Well. Btofljjfttnfton nis.. June ifv Xrwwati- gntJoa has failed to throw any light on the mystery associated with the discovery of the dismembered part of a man's bodv on a farm near Loving ton. Men ptoWtng had '.sn-aslon to lift some hoards c. v. ring an abandoned WH and found an arm Coating en the water. Purther search disclosed anoth er arm and two legs. No trace was lound of the head ami trunk. Physicians sny the limbs must have heen In the water sixty dn. s ut longer. BAGGAGE RULES SUSPENDED. New Regulations Not EHectiv Unfl October 28. Washington June " Kvery com mon carrier rallron.1 and steamship line in the Piatt! State; w.is alTc ted by the suspension of the Interstate . i.mmerce commission today of the Itops.d now regnt-iHona restrPting the Ikakkgghm of plecea of personal hairgngo. The new regulations would further Umlt the amount gf baggage ti an.-.orted free for a passenger and in. reuse r ii,-' charge.- on excess hag -gage. The v were susi njel f i oni Jul I to ( . t ft. TEDDY GOES PICNICKING. Ovster Bav. June .'! .Roosevelt put aside the catvs of politic today and went picnicking- with his family. WED AFTER WAIT OF FIFTY YEARS! SWEETHEARTS BEFORE CIVIL WAR MARRIED IN LOWLR MICHIGAN. f amain g. Mich., June 29. After huving each married another and toarod a family of children, Wilikam Johnson of Leslie and Jane Daaitaet Rlrd if Rockridse have been united in Wd lock as they planned half a century ago. The ((room is 11 and the bride :o. Mr and Mrs. Johnson were sweet hearts before the elvll war. hut In the enthusiasm to defend his flag be forgot his nearlng wedding, en listed In a Michigan i ompany an-1 fought throughout the ami, An- I garad nt the apparent lack of love for her. Mi.ss Denton gave har hwurt to another and when Johnson re turned from the army he found her settled down. The happy old couple were "spliced" as they culled It. by a local minister today, and promise to make up for the intervening years In actions to one another. TAFT AT SAENGERFEST. Twenty-Third National Meeting Open In Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Pu.. June 29.- I.v. rv arriving train today btought It cjuotn of dgta and v isitors to ihe tWOHt third ruitlonul suengerfest of the Northeastern Saengerbund, WUl h opens in Philadelphia tonight and will continue through the corning week. The presence ot President Taft next Monday is expected to attracl hundreds et ari players assembled In readiness i f additional visitors to the festival. for tht rise of the curtain for yvhat The new -onventton hall, where the j Promlaes to be the greatest exhibition roacerta are I0 ba bald, is handsome- ut athletic gtWWeag of strength and ry decorated. speed and skill the world has -ver fjhnmjnn ainging societies from all of Ueen. Competitors from the four r tha principal Past, i n cities will vttin- i uer of tha giol have gathered In pete tor the numerous prizes offered. , tocfc holm to take port In tho CNymgde object of keenest comi-tltlon will be the hantlst.nie tropiiv orrereu ny nhnparaff Vllllam. In addition to the! mammoth chorus and large orchestra I th,- participants In the series of con- . i ts will include Marie Itas,K.ld. Louise Homer. Ludwie ilets and se -era! other cmim-nt soloists. KAISER TO RAISE OSTRICHES. Contamolates Establishing Farm on His South Africa Land. Merlin. June MU Kmp.-ror William ba- dee) led to raise ostriches. While t Hanihurg last week he visited the menagerie of Karl Hagenback, whose plans to establish the greatest fgM In the world on the outskirts of Berlin, are well under way. The kaiser was personally conducted through the menagerie hv Hagenback. While go ing through the ostrich farm, which supplies a large part ot the German market with feathers, the kaiser ex pr. s. d the desire to engage In ostrich raising on his new farm In South Afri a, which Is now devoted to fine sheep. He added, however, laughing. I have no intention af becoming a ,-oinpetltor or rival af II. if en buck l the ostrich hu.slness." The kaiser asked many rapid-fire qgaetloni h how an oatrlch farm u is conducted, Its cost and profits. Hagenback promised to submit a plan p. the kaiser for starting in the os trich business without any great ex pense. KNEW MANY PREMIERS. S.r Francs S. Powell Celbrats His 85th Birthday. London, June -0 Pew men of today possess a greater fund of interest, nn personal recollect kM af Pnglish pub lic life than Sir Francis S. Powell, who todav celebrated his eighty-fifth huth- day. Sir Prancis entered parliament in lRfiS, when Palmcryton was premier and he en loved a more or less intimat' aawuahnkugr with the Bar! af ieri. latTi Jhhn Russell. WMhttg P. 'ad- BtefM. Lord Beoconsfleld and their ruc - cessorn in the premiership. Acting on hi belief that the man who stays- too ' ng In public life male. a mistake. Sir Knmcia voluntarily re- rired from Parliamrnt Mlaggl years ago . He declares that oth Pulmer . . . , j i if, nn.l , n s one vvoiito o.ie o. . ... .. . i. reputations behind them hart 4 1, ll, I they not ftayed too lonu in Parliament COOL SPOT ON SUN Area 10.000 Mil Jn D.ametr Not -s Hot ss Rest. PuH.-.dena Cal. June 2". -The largest sun spot which has been detected with in v.iir, a cool patch on the sun's surlace. tu.iMHi mibs in diam r though its mark n the seventeen-lneh image at the Mount Wilson ohscra-rorv- measnirea hut fifth of an ln b across is now under olsry atlon at th" Carnegie observatory and has been photographed several times since its appearance Tuesday. "As far as we know." said Prof. W. 8. Adams, assistant to l.-' Ccorgv P. Hale, head .r th. I. caJ Csr iiegh Astronomical Institution, "these spots are cooler than the other parts of the un's surlace." kTAf.F 1 FT run uklailoi OLYMPIC MEET Some Preliminary Events Started Today But More Import ant Come Later OVER 2,000 ATHLETIC STARS Competition in Principal Event to Begin on July 6 25 COUNTRIES REPRESENTED United Sattes Looked Upon aa Strong est Entry for Fifth Renewal of Athene Sports. Stockholm. June 2s.- The PnltrrJ, States team led ut the conclusion today of the firm stage of the intermit umoj team competition for army rifle ho,.t Ing at Olympic games. The aggreg?'to score: Atm-rlcuns. 4'S. (Jreat Britain, second, with I2S. The Amerhana also headexl the list in i lay bird shooting, I'tnteii States, Igg; Germany, 107- Creat Britain. 104. Stockholm, June 28. The stage is ; aamea or v,2, which win he the fifth "I o, tmm Kiea: priDiic games or the ancient Urcek afneo tho Athena tournament of ls6 marked tho revival f the events after an interval or mor than l.aOu years. Twentv -!iv, iintrhs have -nt rep. res -ntatives to the tournament and the t tal number of contestant will ex ceed L'.ooo. N'.xt to Swmlen. which naturally leads in the number of en tries, the countries having the larg est unmericai representation are Great Lrituin and the Pnltcd States. The other anwagftoa that have enter.sl fair ly full teams are Prance, (lermany, Luwsia, Austria, Norway. Finland, lien mark. Canada. Bohemia, Holland, Ita ly, Australia and New Zealand. Other countries that will ho represent ed in the athletic comiH'titlons and some of them in other events as well are Ja pan, Greece, Switzerland. ServUfc. Tur key, lielgumi, South Africa and Por tugal. Preliminaries Today. ttovaiWj preliminary com km I Hons, including shooting and lawn tennis, were started todav. but the real sport of the meet won't take place until a week hence, when the formal opening will be held and the first track, and field games pulled off. A parade will feature the opening ceremonies. Tho representatives of the various coun tries will form into groups. dLvhbsl a, eorgtbnj t the sports in wiuch thayaro competing and will carry their na tional hanger The preparations ura on a gigantic scale. All of the vlslto.-s are loud 1n their praise erf the perfection of the arrange, mi nts made hv tin- Srenski Idrottafor. bnndlet to us,- the afftolal km of th association, which is in chirgo ot tho meet. Commit toes have been oo hand to receive each arriving foreign dele nation ami nothing has ben left un done that would contribute to the com- tori or convenience of the vlHltors. Seat 40.000 Spectators. The stadium where the competition are to be held is within easy access of the ePv. Seating accommcslationa have been provided for 0.00(r specta tors and It Is estimated there will le standing- room for an additional 000. but thin probably will not be roc angary. The grounds within the sta dium provide several athlete tracks. banked track for the cygle race, a I cinder r.ath for running and a turf I 1 1,111 K I'M IIIMUir I... Illp. The sport are to continue for a fortnight, and will occupy the morning and afternoon of each day. The ordr of the principal athletic ompetltlona in which the Pnited Stit and Great Britain ar gaaaclti t I tigure most prominently is as follows: Schedol of Events. July f Throwing the Javelin; HV-uOO-mctes flat, trlala; 100-meter. flat, trials: S0-meters Mat, triala. July ? Running high Jump, trials. lii.Oen-meters flat, final; 100-meter tlt, llnal; MOO-meter flat, final, Pen tathon July 8 Running high Jump, final: standing broad lump, ftnnt. relay race, oa meters, trials; relay race. 4h me ters, tins!. i July 10 Pole ault. final; putting the shot, bet hand nnal; '.'ao meter Confirmed on Pagw Thro.