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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - August 8, 1900, Indianapolis, Indiana The is Dia Stapolis press Tednes Dat Ait gust 8, 1900.l. S. Jarre r3l greatest quot distributors of to try goods. Outing shoes get them Low or High they Are sensible shoes to Wear away or at Home. Most people prefer Patent leather or Kibo kid made Over a Rugby last with welted sole. Such shoes Are the top notch of style Are decidedly comfortable and give the maximum of Good and Orfo r do3.00 and <3s2.30 a Tair. The quot rendezvous quot in this shoe room on our second floor is a pleasant Retreat for tired travel Erst and they Are always very sol in not be eclipsed by notification Celebration. Indianapolis people require but a few Jnore nights like the last three to become thoroughly Mcclin rated to tropical life. As it is Indianapolis now has Bombay left at the Post in the hot weather race or at least in the first heat. Last night was away ahead of ail preceding nights of the summer for Good All around hot Ness the Mercury having become such fast friends with top notch figures in the thermometer that at absolutely refused to come Down the line any lower than 74 degrees and Only consented to touch this Mark with the tips of its toes at 6 o clock this morning when it was too late to do a any Good. The temperature during the night according to the Calm and collected thermometer at the Veather Bureau was As to flows 8 p. M86 9 p. M85 10 p. M83 11 p. A. 82 12 m.81 1 a. M80 2 a. M79 3 a. M78 4 a. M76 5 a. M76 6 a. A. 74 after brushing against the 74 Mark the Mercury gathered itself together in a Bunch and made an astonishing leap in order to get a Good Start for the Day s work. It lighted in the 82 notch and chief quot happen Hans said that any Mercury that could go about its Job so earnestly after having made such a night of it showed great Promise of accomplishing wonders before the Day is Over. And this is what happened 7 a. M.82 8 a. M83 9 a. M86 10 a. M89 11 a. M90 12 noon. 90 1 p. A. 91 2 p. A. .92the weather Story. This morning a warm. Yesterday s official forecast for today avar i fair weather. Weather corresponding Day i ast tear Cloudy morning Light showers in afternoon partly Cloudy evening. \ official forecast for tonight and Tomomi for Indianapolis and Vicinity continued warm fair earlier tonight an Ltd on thursday fior Indiana fair weather to Hight and to Ruml democratic Stan darn bearers ready for Campai Novation to a Ryfun Fly the pal Rfade passed on Down town Street How crowd loomed from Page 1. Mined to make a record breaking run opened the throttle wide and flew into Indianapolis on the fastest time Ever made on the Vandalia. The club upon its arrival Here formed in the train shed and headed by its band marched to the quarters of Cleveland Short notice. At 10 55 o clock the Cincinnati delegation headed by the Duckworth club 200 Strong reached the station on a special train Over the c., h. Amp d. Under the charge of Daniel Dalton the Duckwort hians left Cincinnati at 8 o clock this morning. It quot was not until last night that a special meeting of the club was called in Cincinnati and made to come to Indianapolis. President Dalton said this Monlong quot we greatly regret the fact that we were unable to come in uniform but the shortness of the notice prevented Over half our members even getting ready in time to catch the morning at 11 o clock the Fountain county delegation arrived headed by a band. The special train carried Over 250 democrats from the stronghold in Fountain county alone. In the meantime the interurban electric cars from Greenwood and Greenfield and intermediate Points were carrying to the clt3 thousands of people that left the steam cars at the electric railway Termini to ride to Indianapolis on the interurban cars. Reports from the officers of the two lines show that the cars by noon had carried Over 4,000 in bound faces brighten. The majority of the excursion lists arrived in Indianapolis after 10 o clock this morning. Up to that hour the democratic managers wore expressions of disappointment. Reception committees stationed at Union station saw several trains enter the City lightly Laden. One up eclat train came in Over the c., h. Amp d. At 9 15 o clock with eight coaches but carrying not Over 150 passengers. It was followed by a Vandalia special that carried about 200 passengers. The Greensburg accommodation on the big four sent the spirits of the democratic managers up about 50 per cent when it rolled into the Sheds As it carried several Large delegations and had a passenger list of not less than 2,000 people. Other excursion trains came in immediately afterwards and Illinois Street was a mass of humanity from Louisiana Street to Washington Street. The trains arriving Between 10 and 12 o clock were loaded to the to the shirts. It was t a High toned crowd. Th>3 sweltering rays of an August Sun caused the men to forget that metropolitan formality demanded the wearing of a coat and Vest on such occasions. The Indiana Democrat believes first last and All the time in Comfort. When the trains arrived this morning the men came wearing Coats and with kerchiefs around their necks to protect their Linen collars. As the Day grew older the thermometer grew More desperate and collars were reduced to the softness of a Muskmelon. Once with a wilted Collar the Indiana Democrat gives up fashion s fancies and off comb his coat. William Jennings Bryan Shook the hand of Many a costless admirer this morning. The Tail nebraskan received the swelter ers with As stood Grace and warmth of. Feeling As he would the Dressy Dick Croker. The grand hotel was a Busy hostelry. The crowd Surrey in and out of the lobby and through the spacious Halls All , and everybody was Maune an Effort quot to get Good peek at Bryan.,. Ste i Riim iii ii ," the rules of the dining room did not permit them elbowing their Way in to grasp the hand that May Sway a nation. The nominee opened the Day by taking on a Liberal Supply of fuel for his Energy today. His breakfast order was Cantaloupe Tomato quartered and peeled Black , Fried Spring Chicken Small tenderloin Steak Fri Neh Fried potatoes poached eggs and Coffee. Mrs. Bryan s fare was simple but indicated that campaigning is capable of giving one an appetite. The boy ate heartily. Or. Bryan said quot i slept soundly until 7 o clock. I then arose and As is my custom shaved dressed and collected my thoughts. I did not hurry and Here 1 am out of my room at about 8 30, ready for a great or. Stevenson appeared in the corridor at 7 45. He and mrs. Stevenson and their daughter ate breakfast and were out of the dining room before the Bryan party appeared. Or. Stevenson said quot never Felt better in All my life. That ride yesterday through a Garden of the Mississippi Valley was enough to make one feel Good. I am read to be notified quot and his arching brows indicated that he might be sur pulsed. Stevenson is a great favorite with the newspaper men and before the morning was Over he was telling his Good stories As Only Stevenson can Tell them. Mrs. And miss Stevenson met mrs. Bryan after the latter s breakfast and they prepared to take a drive Over Calls at Hendricks Home. While the crowd was surging around the hotel and up into the corridors on the upper floor. Or. Brj an under the direction of Parks Martin slipped Down a rear stairway and went out of the rear Entrance. Carriages were waiting there and with or. Stevenson and others he entered and was i even to the state Headquarters. He surveyed the place looked Over the system employed in keeping Tab on Indiana democracy and was then driven to a studio where he had his picture taken with Martin Stevenson James Crealman and vice National chairman j. G. Johnson. Or. Bryan had been a great admirer of Thomas a. Hendricks and requested to be driven to his old Home. He enjoy ii the ride immensely and bowed to those who recognized him. Mrs. Hendricks had started Down to the hotel to pay her respects to her old friends and thus missed the Call. Or. Bryan was then driven to military Park where he approved the plans made for the afternoon meeting. His return to the hotel was unheralded As was his exit from it and he was in his room before Many knew he had been out. He took off his coat and ignoring the bed that was inviting Lay out Flat on the floor to rest his weary limbs and gain strength for the afternoon. He received a few friends while thus lying ibid kept up a running conversation. He ate a late dinner and was ready for the Parade when it was from Indiana. made by correspondents of the press. Below Are the estimates sent in today by correspondents of the press of the crowds that will come in from their territory these estimates of course not showing by far the size of the entire crowd. Tipton and Tipton county. 250 Franklin and Johnson county 1,000 Columbus and Bartholomew county 500 Scottsburg and Scott county. 75 muscle and Delaware county. 300 Richmond and Wayna county. 125 Logansport and Cass county. 100 Winchester and Randolph county 66 South Bend and st. Joseph county 100 Martinsville and Morgan county 200 Princeton and Gibson county. 25 Newport and Vermilion county. Lot Greenfield and Hancock county .8,000 Bluffton and Wells county. 40 True haute and Vigo county. 500 Roland and Jay county. 115 Ochester and Fulton county. 50 Onon and White county. 2 a Shiue and Rush coun. 250 Ovington and Fountain county. 600 Plymouth and Jib shall county. I5 Vii Parazso and mortar county. 2 Dan Lue and a Brooks county a. So Crawford value a Moi Tomisi was Hington Street decorations. Scene looking East from Illinois from the filipino dispatch says Junta will give Bryan $5,000,000.. Bryan declines to speak of it but senator jams Calls it a of i the morning press dispatches carried a cablegram from Hong Kong announcing that the news of Bryan s nomination had been received at Manila with much satisfaction and that letes and celebrations were being held ova or Luzon. The statement went further to say that the filipino Junta has offered to subscribe $5,000,000 to the democratic Campaign fund. The dispatch was she Jan to will Arr Jennings Bryan this morning. An expression of opinion was Aswed. He said he Diu not Caro to make a a statement. National chairman Jojnes laughed but at first was inclined to Ltd nothing. Quot do you consider it a quot not a National treasurer w quot we have heard Rothii take it Secretary Walsh Sandil Blank lie we have st mar \\lc6 can Lyman John it Yonly differs from of a been Rad k Dunlap said. About it Don t pit s the biggest of Kansas Golden s Story or. Prewitt of Frankfort tart witness for statement about Coombs de it dared lies Good word for defendant. Georgetown ky., aug. 8.-the Powers trial began this morning with the examination of or. Prewitt of Frankfort who prescribed for Caleb Powers on the afternoon of january 25, the Day Noaks claimed to have sensational talks with Powers. He declared that Powers was sick with nervous headache. On Cross examination. Col. Campbell asked the witness if he did not Tell Wharton Golden that about five minutes after the shot was fired quot tallow Dick quot Combs rushed into the office where Prewitt was seized a Rifle and stood at the window As if waiting an attack. Prewitt answer quot i told Golden nothing of the kind am the other Day Here in Georgetown we Golden told me i had made such a state ment i told him he was a Golden was called and asked if he did not say to or. Prewitt after his first visit to see attorney Campbell and Thomas Cromwell at the Capitol hotel that he knew Powers had not bins to do with this matter and that Hal was to in a an who a he a Jed to Hagy Amy Ofie. Bryan committee and j. T. Hill of Georgia was Secretary. Gov. Thomas of Colorado presided Over the Stevenson committee meeting. A special committee was appointed to await on Stevenson and escort him to the room but he and or. Bryan had gone to the democratic state Headquarters. It maa arranged that the vice presidential committee would meet at parlor 37 at 1 o clock to go to military Park in a of quot Bryan besides or. Bryan and or. Stevenson the quot Bryan party quot contains the following mrs. Bryan mrs. Stevenson quot William j. Bryan jr., senator James k. Jones chairman of the National committee gov. Thomas and wife of Colorado j. G. Johnson chairman of the National executive committee A. Walsh Secretary of the National committee Samuel al Schuler democratic candidate for governor of Illinois m. F. Dunlap. Candidate for state treasurer of Illinois mayor Carter Harrison of Chicago col. John i. Martin sergeant at Arma of the Kansas City convention Webster Davis of Missouri judge Blanchard of Louisiana Thomas Gahan member of the National committee from Illinois Daniel j. Campau National committeeman from Michigan Hobert p. Rose or. Bryan s private Secretary r. M. Johnson member of the National committee from Texas j. B. Breathitt member of the National committee from Arizona w. G. Dunlap treasurer of the National committee and Louis g. Stevenson son of Adlai e. Stevenson.. Bryan s movements. 7 0 a. arises dresses and shaves. 857�?door of parlor 39�?the Bryan room a opened. Bryan appeared with smile and clean shaven face. 8 8i_gr3eted by quot Uncle Charlie quot Riley of Lebanon who was the first Man to shake his hand. 8 38 to 8 4&�?informal accept lon to people who had gathered on parlor floor. 8 46�?Bryan meets chairman Martin and is introduced to mrs. Martin and miss Martin. 8 47�?tom Taggart appears on scene and knocks at Titan door. Mrs. Bryan appears. Says she feels much refreshed. Is followed out by Avil Llam or. 8 50�?mayor Taggart conducts or. And mrs. Bryan to dining room. Bryan party takes fourth table on South Side of dining room. An informal reception follows. 8 53-mayor Taggart sees that Bryan s order is taken. Taggart says his order was Cantaloupe quartered Tomato Black Bass Young Spring chickens the Plymouth Rock variety Small tenderloin poached eggs French feed potatoes and Coffee. Or. Bryan says quot it is a great Day. I never Felt better in my 9 �5�?Bryan party left Dan Long room. Henry Lucas the waiter who served Bryan says he is a Good feeder. He forgot to bestow a 9 25 to 9 33�?brvan holds informal reception on parlor floor while in route to room. Mrs. By it an and boy hurried to room. Boy spends morning looking out of window. 9 33�?Bryan disappears behind the door of his room. Patrolmen a. P. Smith and John Shine placed on duty at Bryan s door. 9 4b-Chalrman Martin admitted to Bryan s rooms for conference. 9 60�?Bryan appears at door. Officers Clear parlor Hall. 10 30�?Bryan and chairman Martin drive to state Headquarters for conference. 10 35�?Bryan left the state Headquarters and in company with chairman Martin j. G. Johnson and Adlai e. Stevenson drove to Clark s studio where a group picture As taken. The party then drove to the me of mrs. Thomas a. Hendricks to be a Call but she had come Down to hotel. Bryan was then driven to mall Park to see arrangements for meet Brymn tat Umed to Liott a. A no _ id out Fly ovation to Brvan As tale Parade passed on Down town Street cheers along from huge 1. Drivers of the carriages themselves took the Cue and kept to the Cool Side of the Roadway along the line of March. The throng increased. As the procession approached Pennsylvania Street the Crown seemed to be larger and from Washington to Market on Pennsylvania the crowd was As great even As on Washington Street but when the line turned into Monument place on account of the Lack of Shade there was some diminution in the numbers. Or. Brj an commented on the Cool a re Stal water that was pouring Over the cascades of the Monument and also spoke of the grandeur of the Shaft which was erected to the memory of the dead heroes of Indiana. Turning into Meridian Street the Isles of the procession commented on the Beautiful Vista to the North and they were particularly delighted with the umbrage us Shade along that thoroughfare. At the Marion club there was on Lona Chas. A. Garrard chief marshal of Bryan Stevenson pms. Flag and some one in the line commented on this suggesting that the Marlon club had quot half a notion to decorate it and then lost that Naif after the Parade passed new York and Meridian streets the crowds were thinner and a Little More Speed was nude by the marchers. Coming Down Capitol Avenue to Ohio the crowds again increased in number and As the procession moved along Ohio Street to military Park the crowds on the sidewalk began moving in the same direction. It was a multitude of sweltering humanity. Thousands on thousands moved in a body and any attempt to estimate such a throng was next to Multi tudy. Or. Bryan s Carriage and the vehicles bearing the other distinguished guests in the rear of the line were swallowed up in a sea of faces. Cheers and shouts could be heard Jyure the playing of the bands. Almost con a during the Pau null or. Bryan right and to the left Akiu a Gree Ungs. Or Stevea Aoi Mpoto the spirit Ottha Occam i Girs in it i alt Loit

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