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   New York World (Newspaper) - July 5, 1901, New York, New York                                ft also especially tfood the sttoke a were toiling and spUsnlntf rather Jfot tferHiy When the LennVler town it quarter of a mile from bWil Gardlnors 7 nnd 8 up suddenly i and the whole crow got far more thougih they did not row as long na they should have And when they quickened to 41 in order to beat the alrmdy beaten crew by little they wen by no rowing us neatly as yester and tfhoir completed course wn timed at only 7 minutes nn1 22 T attach very little to timetest ns general fcnd shall not emphasize the fact thnt lieander dW 15 seconds better over all Just because the Belgians were a mneh faster civw than the But It must be remembered thnt Irfander hod not much illfTleiilty though tlio day dond 1 wns not quite so fast as he cause there was not that siiaht follow ing of breeze which holixvl every one in of Lender Im proved on their previous 7 ond their Improvement has not finished But far more Important Is the fact hat today Englishmen Fawlry no less than fi seconds faster than rho and when the two meet each thougji fhere will not be that be cause never go further ahead they can the difference In Rnvnl Driiool ft MlflM J tenstilt VlMtoV Cop tfw Ot Finn lroi tlM nnrt op O1 rwnrJ mrr www Tw niamrnrt S Rowing hy 2H nriwio NI Hmlne Siy IV from Mart WrfoM Cup for brat tie Thsmcs Trlriir by 2H SNAPSHOTS OF THE PORT READING WRECK TAKEN BY A PASSENGER FOR THE Express Strikes Excursion at Crossing Just as Loaded Cars Spin necessltaled the Pennsyl vanlsrts will nave a very serious effect upon that mldole half which has hitherto been sucft an easy thine for To At 9 oclock on Saturday morning the Mayor and Corporation of Henley trill glre a breakfast ta hoth the Pennyl Vttnlans and tno Belgians In the Town and everpreparation Is being made to give both crews a royal send off after their curious con1rast to the solemn aJoonness of the who have never even seen anything of the Is that Leander rowed four ttwlr men from tne eight In She Stew and that Payne and Burnel to have rowed a third at against the Belgian but No better contras oould be suggested of the wqy In which JCngUsh and Ajnerlcan oarsmen gain their experience and TJie firs race all Uiev can and see all they can The row against the watch we sball see the result THEODORE THREE EMPTY COACHES AT END GROUND INTO Department of Agriculture Will Es tablish a Model Place at Washington GAVE THE TBEIR COLLEGE YELL When the American boys came In first their admirers gave thorn a big college and the band played The Belle of iNew Bills the American was the umpires He Is very happy over todays result and Is confl dent of the outcome He said i I told them that they must not make spurt at the but I suppose ihey were so excited and so pleased tha could not resist I am glad now that we have a chance to row agalns Now we do the best we can to make tomorrow another Fourtl of Some added wonde why our fellows do not spend their time running about We our work cut out for and until tha Is done we do not want to spend any TOore time In the Thames valley than Old Ten Kyck told when we flrst began to talk about coming to that If I kept tho crew on the hilltop Henley Is healthy as Sara he Is a mighty good excuse II but we never saw i Pennsylvania has not got ma and Is not going to get said the orew stepped out of their at as fresh as Davenport who was an Invalid few weeks be fore hB left the United Is as good M any one In the and that la say Ing Morn Up Onr Coxswain Smith said We have the same station tomorrow txa we toiad and while I do not as near the piles as I I like one and think we have all got a Itttte up our sleeves for It is understood that Leander proposes to attempt to outrow Pennsylvania be fore reacting Blawley believing that ttae Americana have not the stay Ingqualities to stand the punishment or a hot When these reports were communi cated to Coach Ward tonlffht the lat ter eotd It makes little difference wJiera Laanaer makes her Ieniinyl TOnla will be rowlnjr all the We CUM take our medicine at tlie in middle or at fln Wehave been and not tuid TTC are not ffoliiir to talk until the finer nt the flu of on Doth There was some criticism yesterttay because alfter the finish the Americans rowed straight to their boathouse and did not as Is and rat tle their oars In the rowlocks as n to their The Americans today made ample The moment the Thames crew OPOSSIK the lino Pennsylvania crew gova them a lusty college cheor and paddling housed their boat ami Blood on the cheering tho Thames crew as the latter housed their boat at the ssjne The cheering Was oveaheartl on Henley anil the crowd which witnessed tho scene began cheering the How the The LeanderBflglan race wns a hard but not so severe its expectwi The got aiway with sururlsiog ra at the rate of ami secured a bans lengths Uad at tiho top of the The Belgians soon struck a rapid gait ana begun to come tout not catch the Off Fawley which they flld In the ueanders were again Off the Grosvenor Club the Belgians spurted and nearly gat up A splendid race home the Lejtnders win ning by a bare Pour of the Grand Challenge CUP crew EtherlngtonSmlth Burnell and turned out at i and beat the London Rowing Olub eaefly and thoroughly n the first heat tor as Stewards Challenge Cup for winning by a length and a quar and Byrnell were to competed oclock In the first heat tor the Silver Goblets against the Bel two The Ghent jvf were aggrieved that and Burntll were scratched from iV for todaiPB defeat of the Leander a representative fs are not going to row to I two tonJay and ara ing no j aw nsvlng I Sriii I haL hive race to the but to Special to Thp July 4 A few years hence one of thr great sight of tho na tional capital will be a perfectly appoint ed farm of 400 with tnick ft every All the fruit vest tables of the United States nnd other countries whirh experiment shall prnv In be oapabV of cultivation in this cli mate will be seen SyMems of and model fencing and the most perlect mpthotis of cath trlni nnd storing fruits and VK etables will be Thcre will bf a home ulace of six where pretty shniftvry In and suitable shade trees will lve a lesson In the beautifying of dwcll ngs and her surroirndlngs In the coun Thls model form will be maintained by the Department o Agrtcu Preliminary work to won urd Within five to seven years be it out has been OF FOURTH OF Little Willie Three Giant Torpedoes Willie ten years gf Dun commenced to celebrate the day by swallowingthree giant torpe He wentt out on the to shoot off his A bov ate the powder from the inside of a cracker and dared to cat a Willie swallowed three anil was seize with cramps and hurried Ive eaten h Straiwson feared that If her son were touohcd suddenly the totipertoes would She carefully plat il tho boy on n feather bed ami sent f u the lie said that there was no danger of an explosion and gave WllMe a large dose if Passengers Await Crash in Expecting Instant cials Blame A erpresn the PhllvlPipihla nnl nt nrnrly fill vsterday a Lohtfrti Valley train at Port Rcodlnp where tricks cross at Tho excursion train was running at a thirty mile There wo9 a wrerk whloli traffic for everal That of persons were not killed Is considered little less than a The engine of the exnress crashed through tine rear of ttw excursion train of eleven cutting the train in two and grinding tbree coaches Into kindling These three cars fortunately had been reserved for passengers beyond Tort Reading and were The express engine was badly aivl after the wreck lay over on Its side close to the The en anil tae fireman escaped by Jump Lehlgrh Valley train left Jersey Ity at wltih 500 Now York Hy excursionists bound for a holiday Maiioh Chunk and Glen Onoko 10 when the Junction at Port Heading was The signals the it Is were set to rbrht or Law Student Killed Bv Fall at John who was formerly Librarian of Weetohester was killed toy a fall At sunrise he took a ladder and dimbed to the roof of the High School with intention of ringing the bell In the Wlhfle ithe rotaf he stepped upon a skylight and fell forty He was token to Wa home and attended toy Schmldit and De but did not regain conscious Parrell was a studeat at Georgetown Firecracker May Cause Death of Little Minnie nine years was probably fatally burned burned last night while playing with She was In a crowd of children at the hear of her 211 Bast One Hun dred and Fifth when a fire cracker was thrown among Parts of the burning paper cet fire to Minnies and she ran screaming toward the Her father tried to snatch away the burning hut the girl ran terrorfied through the hullway Into the where she Two police men put out the flames by throwing their coets around the Shot but Tiidnt Benjamin who lives at 4 Orchard began the celu bratlon with a revolver loaded with Iball He pointed It at several men at Norfolk and Broome and emptied all the Two of the lullets hit Solomon of 1 Essex One grazed his he other entered the right Lagnmn was arrested and taken before Magli I am an American an dthls is an American Lagman I have a right to fire whatever I Magistrate Flammcr held him in Toy Cannon Explodes and Injures Three Paul fourteen Jsraes and his seven teen all of 294 First Man are In Johns Long Island because their toy cannon went off sooner than they had kelson Is likely to as his body IB cohered with burns and the greate part of his left hand Is blown His companions suffer The boys went to Long Island City to celebrate the Fourth and on the roof of a flat house at 27 Jackson ave Nelson was about to light the fuse when the little piece of Iron tubing Flying Iron the ftame struck him and his Hurt by Bullet and Policeman George of the Leonard Street dropped his re volver while dispersing a crowd of hooters near Washington and ankle and he was taken to the Street i A giant firecracker nearly tore oft tha right nand of Thomas a of 333 East Fortysixth Ha was taken to 9 Paul of 242 West Sixtysecond was shot iu left eg by an unknown parson as n front of his home last Irst Is mother cow The Philadelphia and Reading tracks cross almost U Passen gers on tho Lehlirh Valley train were lorrlficd as they the crossing to see the express beorlng down tnem at full epeed and scarcely 100 yards The next Instant crash The express engine cut nrough the ninth car of the excursion train forward at the roar and the tenth and eleventh cars were piled UP In a heap of klndMng wood on top or All the cars of express were derailed and the passengers badly The excursion train ran u quarter of a mile before It could be dragging the remnants of the over tho rails behind August of 47C Green wich street a passenger on the Lehlgh Court Had to Hide In the Biishe While Its Clothes Were Being Thfl July an hour I the kindly Ivldlng of n elump of buslie on the bunks of Hie Minnesota whll his elothes were being washed was th experience which sadly detracted fror tile dignity of Judge Olln B of Hie District In u which consisted of nn nnd Mounts and two nnd Mr and Judge ntul Mrs fjowls started for a trip to TInmllton on the Hayes The party lunehec at Loon on the Hlver Ihe repast Judge Lewis eo fr If asllif nls dignity as to assls the ladles In the task of returning tin Picnic utenplls to the Unfortu nately tho gangplank became mfcjilncnd liut not noticing Judge Lewis though burdened by a heavy hamper trod on It with buoyant Connec lion between tihe and the launoh was and the Judge wns plunged Into the Dltie water of the Mln Ills head ran under the bottom of the and his nose still bears the markfi ot the scraping It At the solicitation of members of the party the Judge retired behind a clump of willows and removed his clothing The men scraped off the blue mud am Ihe ladles rinsed the garments In the river After everything had been thor oughly wrung out the garments were returned to tne who had borne Ihe of his retirement with good Shortly thereafter he look Ing rather dnmp and He would not permit the postponement of tho but sat down on the gunwale and let the hot sun dry his Miss Emma a pretty youns held up a negro burglar Who lad Invaded her den at her 19 West One Hundredth yestef day afternoon and searched She ound some silver trinkets she valued highly In his pockets and then turned him over to the She was not frightened hy her experi Valle1 trafn She laer that the graphs of the wreck within ten minutes after the We were all liadly he nnd some of the women fainted when they realized how narrowly they had escaped Twenty or thirty people had seats In the rear coaches when we left Jersey but were re quested to move by the train If the express had struck us a second sooner It would have ploughed Into the loaded and loss of life would hiive been There was a report that the engineer on the express mnblng some slight repairs to tho machinery and that tireman was at the throttle when tihe I was also fold thtvt the express was derailed 200 or 300 feet be fore rcaohvd the crossing by twi au tqmatfc which leaves a derailing switch open the approaching and Rending ofnaials say the accident was due to tihe fact that the airbrakes on their train would not police had found In the negros clothing a bulldog revolver and a big If I had known he was that kind of a said Ms I never would have touched I would have The prisoner was Wosley seventeen years of 31B West One Hundred nnd Twentyfourth Miss bonsdnks mother manages the two apartment 17 and 19 West One Hundreth The girl has a In the basement of 19 she calls her Her parents live in After dinner last evening she wont tu her den and found the negno leaving tho I grabbed she and a POSSE SURROUNDS THE BOLD TRAIN Continued from First the engineer and fireman knew what the matter he had covered them with his He compelled the under threats of Instant to pull the throttle and run the train Into the mouth of a deep ravins a few miles further As the train came to a halt near the head of the ravine thero was firing on both sides of the The shots were from the weapons of the robbers two who ow firing to terrify the crew and Conductor Smith had been vadnly sig nalling the engineer to stop the He did not know that the man who had vent Ohem from defeating their inten tion to rob the express After they had gone the train was Intp Wag where Sheriff Griffith hurriedly or ganized a posse of ten men and started after the The sheepherder says that the rob bers made off In a southerly direction at a One of the menwas mounted on a bay another on n white while the one who had blown up the express ear was riding a sturdy buckskin The sack ot booty was plainly visible lying acroM the pommel of the saddle as the rob bers rode swiftly across Tlie men are not experienced train Information from Wagner and nearby points Is they have been vvasloS fortiTlS TRYING TO EXECUTE WASHINGTONS WILL Memorial AiiHOclnlluil of Women TnkliiKr Ill UlN to u Xntloiiill to The July his will George Washington bequeathed fifty shares which held In tho Potomac Company toward the endowment of a university to be estaibllsihed within the limits of the District of Columbia under auspices of the General Government f that Government should Incline to ex tend a fostering hand toward a of fruitless effort Washingtons cherished project appears to be wltihln roach of substantial reali George Washington Memorial As joclatlnn was organized In 1807 by u number of natriotlc Its membership numbers about A has been and It Is loped by tho association that by popu ar support It may become ample to carry out the hlgh purposes of the or Its object In to erect a memorial bullri ng to George Washington and to aid n securing In the capital tho ncrease of opportunity for higher edtt atlon nnd tho promotion of the sciences os recommended and urged by I made him pro back Into tho room und had an arrangement with Sheriff then I discovered that mysilver watch rrimth nf and silver knife were missing from the1 of VnlleV a i to arrest the man when the train stopped I kept hold of him and found tnem I at the next station from by the who t ild 1im that If ho even filowej down until told his head wiuU1 bo boy and ho watched him until I ran out and found a Brown was locked up In the West One Hundredth Street Tried o IJroudwnjfor a Max of Jersey who works a Baxter street clothing mer wanted sleep In middle of Broidway at Thirtyfourth street last He ohose for his bed Wie car flrst carefully placing a valise ie carried on one side of A policeman drove ihlm to the No Polo at Polo eimuixlants nIio to the Racka vtr Hunt OIul jwteiJay to ao tho gume be neea Lakowoo4 Socond anil Rockawar First wore as Lakewood forfeited the TliU autloa their cliancea for the IHIzzanl Philadelphia Special to The July Jiramr of the Philadelphia National Leaiut toitay iervel wltii a notice of ie Blagle will probably algn eitlitr ho National or tha A Word Wrecked IIU Pall Mall GaMttei Milan There has just dietl at In marHahle the Marquis who might be quoted as a notable of tha fairest advantages apacltles neutralized fby laureate of the law he bezaii tfe In prefecture with eVery pros t of But temperwent racked He upon prefecta quarrel sp ftbiout ie pronunfelatlon of the name of Jityt at he had to leave the service alinoeit By similar freaks his e was and be haS died In 2 o apartment a poveriBhed by fwsujta ofW ewi and leaving the wreckioflnM na to slater wltji whom fta iSS ver out seem uhat antinn In M i INDEPENDENCE OR Uocr CliictK Decide to FlBlit Oil UulcMH They Get July n Secretary Brodcrlck informed House of Commons lust Thursday night thnt the Government had just received nuwa that Commandant Lewis Botha had permission in June to communicate with the result of which was a meeting In which De Botha and others decided to continue the war and to accept no terms short of Brlderck added the Govern ments resolution is unshaken and that progress has been made In the In the last three Sir Itenry de clared Uhat the Government should try to concHlate brave protested vigorously agulnHt the proBoer attitude of thu declaring that It prolongs tihe war and Inflicts untold suffering upon an Innocent He taunt ed Sir Henry CamppellBannerman with having loner sat upon the but dually having made up ills mind and descended on tihe proDoor Sir Henry CampbellBannerman leaped up and angrily exclaimed that Bal four might call him what he but that he had no right to use a term in tended to be Balfour thereupon said ho would willingly withdraw the term proIloer It were Continuing his ha declared that It was not Europe or the United States en couraged the Boers to but that the chief encouragement contrib uted by the speeches of tho members of the Opposition in the House of Cojn Vlue l luillilKluit lYuiii tho Boston I Of all radical doctrines about Intem perance a heritable evil tihe most startling Is just formulated by a body of English scientists belonging to an association or the study ol The crucial points In their findings are thus The committee are of the qplnton that the kHtnttnuoJi 0117 rather of alcohol tends to render a race less Innately prone to excessive Indulgence than it obherwiue would have been and thuit this result Js toroi the elimination of those a strons tendency to alcoholic Indulg and the survival of thoaa with a weak tendency to alcoholic To Wila Is added tha comfontlng assur ance that the that indulgence In drink tends to render the offspring more Innately prone than they otherwise would have ten to Inebriety is not wanrajited by evidence on the Of course these remarkable vtomt are set would not deserve mention were that hey reoqgnlwi who are ana apparently are hot lacklna lor r IA sajd Whon the train finally stopped and the two who were armed with began shoaling there was even then no Idea that there wns an attack by rob The passengers supposed that they had reached some small town where the children were exploding their Fourth of July InxHengern Are tho got off the rear of tho He was shot as soon as his feet touched the bullet struck him the right near the shattering the At the same moment the au swung off on the other side of tho He was shot the loft arm at the The unsuspecting of dan looking from the windows on both Miss Gertrude Smith wna shot In the arm and withdrew her heat into the coach with a The con ductor ran through the telling tho passengers that tho had been attacked by and for them to keep away from the Most ol the passengers were frightened and and sought safety by lying down under the When the of whom there were only saw fhal the train crew and passengers were they prepared to rtfle the express man remained on guard over the engineer and while a second aejit a shot now and then down the length of the train to keep the passen gers The third man went to tha express car and drove the messenger from It at the point of a H then the There were flva loud explosions before the eafo yielded to the Then the door gave as did the and part side express and the booty was dn the ihands of the robr He crammed the bags of silver and gold Into a frig leather which he had brought along for the pur and ran to where the three torses oof the gang were i Pled Toward IfMk The robber threw the bag of booty across the neck of his buckskin gave a sfgnal to the other men that he waa ready lor the and then all three ro4e off toward the ASIlfc A who riding aboMt ft quarter ot a tha and to see wljaj had wS 1 upon by the robfterg as 1 One bullet Rot ployed on a ranoh south of tho Miilk One Is half The work of tracking the bandits was owing to the nature of the Bad broken throughout by foot hills and the eastern end of the Little Rocky range OllielnlN of Great Northern OBcr July officials of the Great Northern Railroad Company have offered a reward of for the cap ture of the three men who robbed the train near Hlnsdale and will the money whether the robbers are dead or The notice of tho reward has been wired all over the and the police and detectives at all of the important points In the Northwett have been no tified of tha USED LAMP FOR Flieatrlcnl Company Drnnk Ver mont Punch In Sivlte of Several actors were swapping stories at the Lambs Club last the conversation turned on onenight stands In prohibition The worst thirst I ever came on while I was in Vermont last said a We stopped oft at Burlington to glvo one Every man In the company would have given a dollar for a We wore up a when the stage carpenter had an idea and dis Half an hour later we wens all sum moned to the iwhere we found tho carpenter stirring a concoo tlon In a punch Pitch said and we got aiwwy with the whole bowlful In a Then we asked for an In reply the carpenter brought from un derneath the table the leading womans alcohol lamp and waved It triumphant It was he I took this over to the State liquor agent and told him that there was no gas In the stars and that there would Be no show If the leading woman didnt get her hair In He fell for It In great and I came oft wlth a pint of alcohol safely stowed away In the When I got here I made some real Vermont punch toy adding burnt sugar and We had the lamp lllled four times he fore Wouldnt Salute Guard Offi cers Who Visited Their THEIR LIFE On Night Patrol West Pointers Almost Ran and Nothing Es caped Their Tn tho opportunity afforded by the ctlolnlntf Tmps oft the West Point cadets nnrt the Seventh Regiment at Jjiike Mnhegnn Inst week to contrast the routine of the regular with that of the National a number of Interesting questions found It was worth a night of sleeplessness to watch the cadets tumble out at 4 t every Tine greeting ftho dayi by whistling Vankee As each together with his car ries In his roll over his shoulder one half of his shelter the pitching and the striking are accomplished with mathematical the ground being first measured oft by the cadets standing with outstretched finger tip to finger Tins ItiMh for Kach Is piovlded with two blankets and made to sleep with one end of the dog tent entirely At the break fast call eacih In gray trousers and Jhlrt and hair carefully rushes for the every man beating mi 1vlth nls spoon upon his work and jhdot and exercise side ny side with tho enlisted but in camp a cadet rarely speaks to an enlisted Tho class in cleaning and carding lorses is The thirdyear men UP tnls branch of the actlcnl officer being the If the no matter bow has a flack of froth or a tow drops of per spiration upon his the lad is made to go with currycomb and brush all over the animal again and yet jomotlmes the oadet goesover the horso seven or eight times before the critical Instructor is A cadet has an hour and a half a day o himself ordinarily in tenminute drib The curve of the wide black braid uip ind donn the back of his Jacket helps ut the appearance of a perfect setting up of the On dress on a the cadet wears white NO GENERAL COLD WAVE IN Weather Officials Say Local Relief Only Can Be Counted July reports of tho Weather Bureau show that extreme high temperature con tinues ovr a large section of the coun but that In many localities the thermometer was today a few degrees lower than In others It was The lower temperatures re corded were due mainly to local thun The officials not venture an opin ion as to the possibility of a cool wave making Its but content themselves with the simple statement of the probability of a steady lowering of the temperature through looal pheclc In the northeastern section of the United States predictions for cooler weather tomorrow are resulting wlnda from the and a slml ar result will felt In the lake region a like Paul experienced a Stan1 fall of 22 duo to local and Boston a fall of 24 Hals In a Providence It Isnt Gods will people should be contracting disease in the crowded city of New YorK while the pampas of South are We ojjght to have a railroad Quebec to Pata We neecj belief Interior oora Another railway must go fropn thft BaltVo Sea to the Paclfle tway will run Cairo to he so there will not bo a oursed confljof between men bit the same race Africa Ibjtt the gracing ftta I a railway runs any llttls J4 OJory WftVJng and a the great enler or tUe vsara IB provide homes for cpme here aoreii tha W99tern ooeap nest 4a WlUh OJ4 QJiurch FAD TO HOLD UP CliniiplCH Seek lo Acquire Grace Eimnl to Tluit or The shirtwaist man no longer rolls up his He raises one leg with his left much after the manner of only ho needs considerable practice to do It as The latest like Its came from foggy whore muddy pavements forced a fashion on The present sfyle of pegtop trousers Is largely responsible for the for In order to walk with freedom It Is absolutely necessary to turn them up or hold them with the This also glyes an opportunity to dis play variegated and never be fore has such an assortment been on the New York Mens aocks this season retail at from fifty cents to a pair and may be had In checks of all combination and blended The originator of the new fad In New York walked out ot the WaldorfAs toria one day last week and went up Fifth His appearance caused considerable which was not of a favorable Now one occasionally sees an exemplification of the London Idea In Central on the avenue or along FUli So Thick Boat Couldnt This flsh story comes from A party of summer visitors were out fishing near Fire Island Inlet yesterday and were overtaken by a large school of The bay around them was lit erally swarming with flsh to such an ex tent that boat did not Those aboard were kept busy pulling blueflsh out of the water by their and by the time the school passed 100 or so landed In the To those who tho story the flsh were They did not generally salute militia ulcers within their own camp but with n the camp of the guard saluted as a natter of not of acknowledg ment of The manner of glv ng the salute 13 exaggerated and ai the hand Ibelng with tnu ack f the palm ouewartl and brought lear around In front of the On drcss wihen tho cadet adju nnt of the Third Battalion rude up at onrmand of and he look 1 the other way In saluting Apple probably as a convenient way out of nn unpleasant predicament in going through tho iform of a memiber of tihe regular army saluting militia Appleton was equal to the occa sion he sut atock btlll hit never turning a hair or deigning tonoi tlce the unmilltary In patrolling at night the cadet sen tinel walks rapidly almost round and round from the until broad Not so much as tho head of a woodchuck or a chipmunk might show without the cadet spotting It Jle has eyes In his for The guardsmen were cautioned by their captains and twice by their top not under any conditions to offer the cadets as the detec tion of one whiff of alcohol from a cadet might result In blighting his whole Across the lake there was a and boatmen did a rushing business fer rying the It can Imperil no ones future to state that not all the passengers that night were mllU Tho cadets were the personification of and they paid they were hav ing thu best time of their student life In their Their language was often picturesque and peculiarly their Every man with a tendency is dubbed some kind of an A man fond ot beer Is a a golfar Is a golf a smoker Is a clgarold and hard drinker Is a THBEE STABS TJCf ECLIPSa Why tlie Xew York Theatre Will Clone Up wltli the The New York Theatre will close Itn after tomorrow nights per formance of The Kings 1ho lack or three atars is given as the cause by Manager Henry He says that Dan MoAvoy will leave next Saturday night for La where his wife lies dangerously 111 at the home of her mother Marie Dressier has not appeared for several nights on uccount of the Mips Moyor having taken her The third itar Is Miss Adele who haa been 111 for some The Cherry Blossom fjrove will remain PRINCIPAL BY from the many different oases I most every I was Induced to try by the td vlce of a and certainly believe that suffering humanity would be relieved If they only gave Peruna a Would that I could frume words to ex press my for the benefWe from Its The moat common phases ot summer ca tarrh are catarrh ot the stomach and Psruna is a specific for BUHUJW cured of tarrli of the stownch of two I hud it that I could not eat wything J dootofed with doctors stud they could giro me relief tar of r rtoomtnendt I would try now think anted J have worked two wontAe did not loup 4 WiR MoiMi f oifttUF0 TOW AJ Hen tnutjM wltft Ui tower was t   

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