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 - Motor Superiority Is Demonstrated r i j I...
Motor Superiority Is Demonstrated r i j I fwaerriaaEMatrggaww jMm3mmmmMgim - aHBfHHBBKtf3iHsi tk rough seas for cmsailors California Naval Militia Finds Bad Weather on Way to Portland Rpectil Dlnpatch le tn Chronicle PORTLAND Or July 11 The California Neva MUltte who have arrived here on the cruiser Marblehead got a taste of real sea experience en route The Marblehead had what la said to have been one of the roughest voyages experienced since she has been manned by the Naval Mllltla The vessel ran Into the worst weather Tuesday She headed Into It aoon after getting out of San Fran cisco bay and for twenty - four hours It Is described by the militiamen as something fierce It developed that the Marblehead Is about as wet as a deep - aea vessel could be and that while she has been known to reel off In the neighborhood of nineteen knots at one time during the blow she made but four knots with seas climbing over her In most playful fashion One land seaman reports that a green sea seven feet deep wa seen gracefully bounding over the bow The well deck was made uninhabitable and the men were driven below to swing hammocks which made It deold - edly crowded under deck There was much seasickness caused by the rough water Lieutenant Barthalow URN who Is detailed as Instructor has put the cltlien sailors through their paces particularly with reference to target practice The Marblehead will sail tomorrow for Port Angeles Because the vessel was delayed on the way from the Golden Gate there will be no visit to Tacoma or Seattle From Port Angeles the ship will proceed to Victoria and then return south The California naval militiamen were entertained by the Oregon naval militiamen on board the cruiser Boston last night e NO TAFT ELECTORS sSwiliiIJafXl V if - ASmSmbS l HPfBB jJjFHBtHL i aHaB T Mwna - msa 3BBSHaBSPIBSK9BlBSBiBBHHBsBkJ v V A 1b1BBBMBbW - T J T SB WXkJlBjt4 SoST S J Thr Jyr Ba4nlBSBBBBBaBkIBBBBBBBBlKj fajlalfe - - giBMMslaW rXiOiflBSBBHBBHeH y J r V7 A JbbbWBbbbbbbbEHbbbbbbH IMBHsBWllwtfaiii ilHsaliilirffi IH Race between motor - dnven nd horse - dravn fire apparatus vgp by the modern vehicle and tcerc showing men from the motor truck handling a stream before the arrival of the horses that left the engine - house xvith the motor Primary Law Will Exclude Bullycrats Republican Leaders in Illinois See No Chance for the Third Party Candidates Special Dlpatcb to tbe Chronicle CHICAGO July 11 There la oivly on Republican organisation In Illlnola and there can be only one under tbe primary law of the State according to leaders In the party who have been making Inveatlgatlons since the agitation began for a third state ticket While the prlmars law does not In so many words define what is or what Is not a Republican It Is believed Its restriction on the activities of one party man In the councils of another are such hat should the nominee of a regular Republican organisation desert to the ranks of a new party successful action might be brought against him to have his name removed from the Republican list of candidates Pr6bably because they are satisfied they1 are protected by the primary law Republican leaders In the State are showing no uneasiness over the activity of the third party promoters In trying to Induce Republican nominees to desert the regular organisation Helen Hilton See America First Idea Grows Fast Meeting of Representatives of Many Important Industries will Further Plan Special Dlpitch to the - Chronicle CHlCAqO July 11 A mass meeting et those Interested lnth gee America First Idea will be held In Chicago In October at which representatives of transportation companies hotels and organisations In all parts of North America and possessions of the United States will be Invited to attend At a meetlhg of the temporary board of the See America First Association consisting of repreeentatlves of the Santa Fe New York Central Burlington Northwestern Illinois Central St Paul Wabash artd Great Northern railways held In the rooms of the Transcontinental Passenger Association this step was decided upon Membership of the association It was decided shall consist of all carriers both rail and water chambers of commerce board of trade civic organisations hotels and hotel organisations transatlantic and transpacific carriers and others lntsrested CLEVER WOMAN BUNKO ARTIST IS 80 YEARS OLD

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 12 Jul 1912, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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