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O R rOll lINCU8 lINCU8Secretar 1 1f
Secretary Secretar ACC 1 8 to 1 r Taft f aft Outlines Ollt lilies Litetious Int Li
ten tetious t o 1 is lll iu New NOwoller NOwollerI NOwollerCfBLS 1 eW Order OrderGTBAXS 0 1der
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GTBAXS B 5 G CHfWS CHfWSMessage Gl1l1 r rssa T f1EfAN 1 E Ee EMessage
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Message IIe ssa g a Directs Marines Not Notto NottoPermllll 1 of to
Perform Police Duty Dutyitizeata DutyCltbCJU Del Dela DelCltlzeere
a
itizeata Cltlzeere Should Snpiircxs Their Own OvrnJ 01TnDl3 Ownflh
flh J Dl3 > i3irder Order rderH and Not Depend on onMarine onIarlnes onMarinas
Marine to Quell Disturbances DlMtnrbanceAnnRCNty DIKturll8nceAmiRcICt DisturbancesAmxenty
AnnRCNty AmiRcICt Covers Guwiialmcon and amiIa nnella andLa
la Sutra Affairs A1fnlr8Ungoon Magoon Arrives ArrivesSituation ArrIvcsSituation ArrivesSihatdon
Situation at Cieitf Cienfuegos lcltf1Q a CKOS oJIIGrnical oJIIGrnicalHH Critical CriticalHavana OriticalHttvanua
Havana HH Oct Gcw Gov Magooa + t tpanted accom accompanied aceomopanted ¬
panted by Gen Dell and Mewhuaes Mesdaneesand M Taft Taftand TatEand
and Baeon Bach arrived here ate tills after afternoon afternoon aft aftuwn ¬
noon on the steamer > r Maseotte from Taw Tawpa Tampa Tanipa
pa The Maacotte proceeded up the har harbor harbor Mfrbor ¬
bor closely dose followed > d by the battle ttle shI shITexas aWp aWpTexas IIhIpTexas p
Texas whose guM boomed forth a salute saluteto saintto e
to the t ht new governor to which the Ca Cabanas Crbafts ¬ I Ibana
banas bana fortress replied repliedAJ repliedL v vA
L A AJ soon as the Mascotte M otte wag aaeaweil aaeaweilSecivtnry aaineredSCC1 I IScrdaM
SCC1 Secivtnry tart < Taft Mr Bacon and aIICIMorg aadMorgan iOalater iOalaterMorgan
Morgan Morg 1 n went out in a launch to toGov welcome welcomeGov weIcoHMtG
Gov G no Magooo Gen Funston went In aa aaothcr uothf asother
other othf launch JaIllKb but the health oflicer would wouldnot wouklflot w wt + oniti
t not permit him to board the steamer steamermucU steaMermu steaaaermuch
much mu ltto to the gentlemans disgust Secre Secretary Secretiu ¬
F i tiu tary try Tafts Taft munch brought Gov Ida Idaand 3fagoo 3fagooand 1lSOOI 1lSOOIanI gooa
and his party ashore where a groupiviltals group jtC jtCiviliaas IIIU1aas
iviliaas U1aas officials and American AMerieaItimDedlab17 AaaerkanimroedtateA7 o officer officerimmediately > ilelrs
immediately surrounded all and andharda shook shookluinda shookhands
hands with Gov Go GoThe MagoonThe Magooa MagooaThe
The party rty were at once driven to the thepalace theJmlace t tpalace
palace Qov Magooa wilt stay at MrMorane Mr MrMorgans MrMo
Morgans Mo Morane ua residence ee for the present He Hewill HeWill H Hwill e
will pot take up the reins of 011 011ernJQeftt insular government gut guternnRnt ¬
ernment until OD l Messrs Taft and Baconfor Bacon sail sailfor anfor
for home It is now aranged that thatwill they theywill theJwillltart
will willltart stan Saturday They will sail on onbattle the thebattle thebat
battle bat tie ship Louisiana The New N Jersey Jerseyand Jeraeyand
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and Virginia a will accompany the theia theLana Louis Louisiana ¬
Lana ianaPolicy ia LanaPolicy na naPollc
Policy Pollc Toward Cubans Indicated IndicatedAn InUcnelIAn IndicatedAn
An order was issued by Secretary Taft Taftto Taftto Tatto t
to OeD Funston 1 today It was im important latportaat at atportaat ¬
portaat as It outlined the Presidents Presidentspolicy pre Peddentpolicy leJltpolicr s
policy regarding DA the duties of the Amid Amidcaw American AaIedcan ¬
can troops while they stay in Cuba It Italso Italso I Ialso t
tgr
also by implication renewed thethat the pledge pledgethat pIedpthat gr
that the occupation oDwID will be only oNyporary tem temporary WIDP ¬
porary P rart and that Cuba will be be left leftgoveap to togovern togOVeq
govern herself agate when events indi indicate ladIcate i isate ¬
cate It hat she e is aMe to do so 8G The Thet order orderis 0Cderis
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is as follows followsVIII fold0wswill followsVW
VW VIII you please direct CoL Waller Wallerto
to advise the officers of marines stationed sta stationed Ratio ¬
tioned tio In various parts of the thethat Mand Mandthat lsinndthat
that they are not expected to take takepart takepact takepart
part tat t an active wa way in the thesJora atqmres atqmresskm suppresalon
skm of disorder unlees aa etttreaaeem extreme extremewn4r 6 6t1II
t1II wn4r d eaejr a q7 axssts grlnes which makes It Itabsolutely ItaMolutely kabt4aiutely
absolutely necessary n for ot them to protect pro protect pro prottCt ¬
tect life and property Their duty dutygenerally dutygPl1 dutygenerally
generally gPl1 B1ly < is limited to tendering their theirgood theirgool theirgood
good Mice Mr 38 between the conflicting conflictingelements ronftlctiDleJIMD conflictingek
elements ek leJIMD > ftenta and to preventing friction frictionthat tr1ctIoIathat frictionthat
that m the high i igh state of tension be between be between between ¬
tween the political parties rUes is inevitable inevi inevitable Iaevitable ¬
table during the present nt crisis It Itfxpeeted is isexpected Isexpected
expected that their presence in the thecommunity tbeco thecommwdty
community co win create such h a aof sense sensenf aenaeof
of security that the rural guards and andlocal IUIdlocal andlocal
local police will be able to suppress suppressany suppressany upp uppany
any disorder that may manifest it itself ItWIt Itself ¬
self The President of the UnitedStates United Unitedstates UDitedStates
states deems it of the utmost le impor importance bDportallft aper apertance ¬
tance Oat < Jiat the American forces here herebo 1Ie1J herpbe
bo not engaged ia any conflict eonf act withthe with withthe wltbthe
the Cubans but that disorders by byCubans byCu byCubans
Cubans Cu be suppressed by Cubans It Itis Itis Itis
is also expected that officers o cere and men menboth mell mellbotla menboth
both in the army and Marine Corps Corpswill CorpswW Corpswill
will exert every ery effort to manifest all allthe allthe ailthe
the courtesy eourte y possible to Cubans of an anparties aDpartjes allparties
parties and avoid injuring their t air sensi senihilities sensibilities euihilltifS ¬
bilities in any aayIr wiseMr wise wiseMr
Mr Ir Taft Tfft today issued led a proclamation proclamationgranting procJamatloDgrant1nc proeiama proeiamagranting lion
granting amnestT amneat l to all persons who whot com committed c0mmitted ¬
t mitted offences o of a political nature bn dur during d1DIng during ¬
ing the recent insurrection It to thoughhf thought thoughthf t
hf > desired dl htc Ito i to bead off any reprisals JtIItBa reprisalsmembers by bymembers bympmbfna
members of either > r faction which w otherwise other otherwise otherite ¬
wise ite might ml ht keep 1r p the island in a ferment fermentfor fermentfr fermenfer t
for some time to come CO There te islocal some somelocal aomeI
local I > al contention that the old laws nnil nnilwith conflict conflictwith eondictwith ict
with the proclamation but Mr Taft acted actedafter acteda act actafter
after a fter careful consideration considerationWhat COI Ideratlonkat coasIderatlont
t What kat Proclamation Denies DcHivxThe DeHicThe DeniesThe
The proclamation in Part art leads
Whereas helfllA he it amwars that the organized orgaaleedforces organizedforces UdfurtfJI
forces which x until recently had been en engaged en enga engaged ¬
gaged ga in armor buorrection against the thegovernment thegemmeat thegfvernment
government of Cuba have disbanded dI8baadecIouch ebanded aa assuch aatuch
ouch with the result that active organiasd orgaidsedhosUlltied organiasdhostilities orpuaIMhostJllae
hostilities have ceased e ceased throughout the theInland ueI theisland
Inland I la andWhereas and andWhereas
andWIIeteu
Whereas it accords with the purpose purposeof
of the provisional government estabUahed estabUahedby eetabUHedlytlle
by lytlle the Called lilted hates hi Cuba LU to toby pretnoieb promote promoteby
b by measures within its authority therrstoratlon the therestoration theTfstoratton
restoration of moral conditions of
peace peacefavorable peaceInorabl4t peatyfavorable
favorable to the early rly T reeatmt rtnnhshmait of ofCubas tCuba ofCubas
Cubas Cuba settgovernment nowTherefore now nowTherefore nowTbefOll
Therefore I William H Taft Taft provis provisional pnwIsiHn pseyisinnal ¬
ional iHn 1 governor vemor of Cuba CUba by virtue of thePer the thepow tile01nr
pow 01nr < r and authority autb rity vested in me by the
> President Pr ideat of f the United States States do hereby herebyproclaim yplOtIi herebyprod
prod proclaim lm Ad declare
without reserve or orcondition oro1ditlon orcotditlon
condition except exec t hereinafter berelJ11fter provided full fullnd fullii1d fullnd
ii1d nd c mnlete amnesty esty and pardon to allierre all allixrwns allI
ixrwns I ierre nofns ns who directly Iy or indirectly partici partielpatri participated partJclpae ¬
pated pae in the recent insurrection in Cuba Cubacr Cubecr Cubsnr
cr mic IIC have given aid and comfort toprsems to top toJ
p J prsems < rs nMU is participating part dpat1ng patlnc therein for offense offenseof o eIf
of r a political nature committed in the theounc theOUItC tiedual
dual of said insurrection In ullCtIoD prior to the thefitebamiimnt thefjl
F fjl fitebamiimnt handtnfnt The amnesty and pardon pardonre palfbllJm
Jm i < < re granted shall be considered corudde and aadcmstrjcd aDClcn ande
cmstrjcd cn e netrat trJd d aa favoring the offenses of re rebellion re reelJil retellicn ¬
bellion dition dltion conspiracy and other re related re related related ¬
lated offenses fTt > nRe and as giving gh1 immunity immunityfrom Immunityfrom immunityfrom
from prosecution pro ecuUon and punishment for forfizures forfdzJres forrefz
fizures refz jres and appropriation n of property
i for the military use of the insurrectionary
forces forcesGo f foressGo J1Ct J1CtGo
Go Taft says that the amnesty amne ty will beeonstrned be beconstrufd beIonstnltd
construfd as a covering the Gnanabacoa Guanabacouand Gnanabacoaand Gauna CO Land
and Li Suiza affairs da rs these having ha1n been beenpolitical beenpolitical beenpolitical
political disturbances dl turbann1 He adds that boththese both boththese bothth
these th cases were deplorable bet in the thepresent thepn8fnt thepresent
present high state stat > of or political excite exritemfnt exMtemfn exciteinen
mfn mfnt the danger of disturbances grow growing growing growing ¬
ing out ut of the emotions that would w uI be beexcit beo beexcite
excite o xclhd d by a L trial of these offenses make makeU makeh makept
U advisable adyi ab to quash qua h the prosecutions for forthe forthe forthe
the good ocd of the greatest number The Theproclamation Theproc1tJnaUon Theprocbtmatlon
proclamation adds addsMnMt addsJIBst addsMust
Must I Ia Lay ay DOAVH Arms ArniNIndividuals A ArmsIndividuals rJUC rJUCIndhldu1s
Individuals or bands who after the thodate thtdate thedate
date of this proclamation are found in inarms iDarms Inarms
arms or disturbing dbrturbtn the public order or orotherwise orotherwise orotherwise
otherwise violating the t he laws of the Cuban CubanCOXTIXUKD CubanO Cubanco1TIMgD
COXTIXUKD O TINum OS bECOXD rtGEEonquets I1 IAGE IAGEDolttluetM AGE AGEBanquet
Banquet fr Autumn BrldcM BrldcMChoicest nrIt1tChokst BrldcsChoicest
Choicest varieties of flowers 1kJw Shaifer14L Shaifer14LLumber Shaffer 14L 14LLnmlicr 14aLunl1lcr
Lumber Trust Broken BrokenBent DrokenDeflt BrokenBest
Bent Boards 2 Per 1OO ft ftLO ftLIibc ftL1ibey
L1ibey LO LIibc bcj c Co 6th st and N Y ave aveI avea
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaEastern ColumbiaEastern ColumbiaEastern
Eastern Pennsylvania New Jer Jersey Jersey jerse ¬
sey se Y Yfair Delaware h elaware and Maryland Marylandfair Iarylandifair
fair and colder Wednesda Wednesday WednesdayThursday tV ednesday ednesdayThursday r rThursda
Thursday Thursda Y Yfresh fair continued cold coldfresh coldfresh
fresh northwesterly winds windsHERALD windsHERALD wendsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARYTELlGRAPIIIC SUMMARY SUMMARYTELEGRAPHIC SUMMARYTEImGRAPIIIC
TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHICFour TEImGRAPIIICFour TELlGRAPIIICPour
Four killed in powder explosion explosionSugar explosionSUlar explosionSugar
Sugar rebate reba trial opens todaySharp today tocIaySIMup v vSharp
Sharp dash at Al Adams 441usadonal inquest laqueeLSmndoaal inquestaanaatSonal
aanaatSonal scenes at BnMn Broower trial trialChOds trialCJIIJc1s trialChilds
I ChOds plea touches governors heart heartOhio MartOhio lsesrLOhio
Ohio fight t on oil 0 trust opened openedCuban opeDeCCubu openedCuban
Cuban policy announced announcedPOLITICAL an anPOLITIOAL announcedPOLITICAL
POLITICAL POLITIOALSpeIIker c cSpeaker r rSpeaker
Speaker Cannon hlt hits demagogue demagogueHearst deago demagoguesHearst HI HIlIean1t
Hearst denies Delaney PMC Mee aea on UekiLLO tiek debt debtLOCAL k kLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALSpanish LOCALSpaaIIIh LO CAL CALSpanish
Spanish war ar veteran yetera march to InWholeaale pataae pataaeWholesale parade paradeWholesale
Wholesale Druggists D AasjocJatjmt AROdaUIaItconventloR o eM eMconvention os osconvention
conventionBureau convention conventionBureau conventloRBureau
Bureau of f Insular Affairs to t hwuMe adIeCuban IaxttkCuban hwuMeCuban
Cuban matters mattersOld matteraOld mattersOld
Old Time Telegraph Te Operators electolhcer elect electoiSceiM t to tCaDal
olhcergnat o oiSceiM oiSceiMCanal
Canal Commission asks for bidsGENUINE bids bidsGENUINE bkIaGENUINE
GENUINE RUBENS IS SEIZED SEIZEDFailure SBIZEDIt
Failure It i Unre < to o Pay 1 ay Duty Lcndw < to o Dis Discovery DIIcocr ¬
covery cocr of Masterpiece MasterpieceSouth IUallterltleceSouth MasterpieceSouth
South Bend Ind Oct JA palnttag palnttagof patR patRor
of Venus and Adonis pronounced by ex experts ttperta
perts pert a genuine Rubens has been beenrzm seised seisedfrom eeb d
from Memtor Wetsstein secretary stdtitisaatet and andtreasurer aMtrea8ureT
treasurer of the Ideal Concrete Machin Machinery MacJd1aCd hfachinerr ¬
err Cofapany Cd of this city by Thomas HBeef H HJCeef Hi HiXeef
Beef special agent of the United UnitedStates UDlwStatea UnitedStates
States Treasury Department in Chicago Chicagofor eJdeaplor
for failure to pay duty The picture te1 te1twelve I Itwelve h htwelve
twelve by fourteen Inches fJachea painted mteclcopper OH OHcopper eftcopper
copper It is MOW In the possession posed don of th thcollector the tIaeeo
collector of customs sad may be cold at atauction ataucdou atsuction
suctionkit auction auctionMr aucdouMr
Mr kit Wetssttfn told i Ked eef he had par parchased parchued
chased the painting from a a1ooa a1ooain saloon keep keeper keeperin r
in Toronto Ontario for U6i Stt The T Tury T1HT Trroat
ury agent t however said he had ia iafonnation 1 1forntutloR a
fonnation that thatDG no duty has Mea beeapaid MeapaJd beesptaM
paid on the masterpiece and further furtherInvestigaUon fUltIIerJaT turtiadluveat1sattoa
InvestigaUon JaT convinced him of oftldll thls thlsThe tin tinThe
The owner was questioned qaeedoa aid ex explained stIaIfted exr exrplained ¬ I
plained that in returning ret from Caaaaa CIIIIakhe Caaaaahe
he left it in a valbNt1a valise m In the aisle of the thoear Uear theear
ear and then returned expecting ex expee cuatomr cuatomromcers ewteIIIoilkfora cttrtaaaodlcers
omcers to open the t the satchel sad exam examine e ¬ I
fete it itThe It itThe
ItThe
The painting Ung is found t to be from a aJeedcn oat eoileetioa oatlection
lection o of the lake Hector euxer Cameron CamenJIawellknoW i m mwellknown
wellknown Camdtea 1 4wyer utwyer After Afteruore tho thoseizure
seizure Mr Keel reomrk ttesnarkod d that tf U Upainting fifepainting ta tapainting
painting was a gnrame Rubens It Itworth wet wetworth waa waaworth
worth DOaX DOaXMRS iIN
worthMRS
MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS ILL ILLCondition ILLConclltlon
Condition of A ASCI r roar eel Woman Xot Serl Serlou
oar ou In J Later Rciiort RciiortNew ROlmrlNew
New York Oct Si A report which whichreached wblebmelted
reached this city today to the effect that thatMrs UIatIS thatdills
Mrs J A A Hayes daughter of Mrs Jef Jefferson JeffUINm Jeftenon ¬
tenon Davis Davis widow of the President of oftfce ofuo oftine
tine Confederate States had been sud suddenly u4deId auddealy ¬
denly deId called from her home hi Colorado ColoradoSprings ColoradoSIx1ap ColoradoSprings
Springs by the serious Bines ihpas of her hermother Jaercau hermother
mother caused ajpne alarm among M Mrs MrsDavto MraDavl s sDavle
Davto friends friendsInquiry frIeDlaqulry frIeD > rs rsInquiry
Inquiry at the tbf Majestic Hotel where wherethe wImethe wherethe
the aged womaa woeaa nvea 1Iv lived revealed reveal the fact factthat fadthat factthat
that although Jrs ll r Davis fa coaaaed to iAher toher Ietau
her bed wilt wI 4 tsevrtee wore cdW Jt is thee theethat thoagJtt thoagJttthat uMthat
that it Iau is aothtnc < serious seriousIt eerieIt
It ia I said that Mrs Hay Hare s was w not notsummoned DOt5umlllOlld notsummoned
summoned on on account of her 1ier motherscondition mothers motherscondition rnoue rnoueOOftdIdon
condition but was simply going to make makea
a long deferred visit visitDIVOECE WIltDIVOR v6dtDIVORCE
DIVORCE DIVOR E COURT TO ALTARActor ALTAR ALTAEAclor ALTARctor
Actor ctor Seeks iHtticc of Peace Three ThreeMinniea TJtreenInutett Three3linutes
Minniea After Ct r Getting rettln DecreeChicago Decree DecreeChicago ccrce ccrceChIcago
Chicago Oct 9Three 9 Three minutes afterJudae after afterJudge alterJIJdae
Judge Chetlain had signed a decree dl divorcing dlJoe dlvoerdg ¬
vorcing Joe Howard Howard an actor from IdaEmerson Ida IdaEmerson WaEenon
Emerson his actress wife Howard andPlated and andMabel RdMabet
Plated Harrison another stage favorite favoritejumped favorttejuped favoritejumped
jumped Into an automobile automobl made a flying flyingtrip ft7IRtrip flyingtrip
trip to Hammond Ind and were married marriedby III8ITIedIt marriedby
by It Justice tI Jordan Miss Harrison was di divorced dIv dlvoreed ¬
vorced v voreed only last Ia Friday from Will Gastonot Gaston Gastonof Gastonat
of the Wizard of Ox company companyAs companyAs companyAs
As Howard and Miss Barrison sailed sailedthrough sailedthrough sailedthrough
through South Chicago hi their big tour touring tourIng touring ¬
ing car a policeman tried to stop themfor them themfor themfor
for exceeding the speed limit limitIts JlmltIt
Its It aa elopement elo screamed Miss Bar Barrison BarrIson ¬
rison HJily My fathers father following and hell helleatch beRatch hepcatch
catch us and make us stop stopThe topTbe
The policeman seemed pteaseJ at the theidea tbeIdfoa
idea of aiding Cupid and let the automo aotonnoballots automobiltett autollloblUstl
ballots go goUnder golndfr
Under the Illinois law they could not nothave DOthave
have wedded until a year after the grant granting t tInf ¬
in ing Inf of the divorce divorceMEL dlv dlvHUMMEL divorceI
HUMMEL MEL I MUST GO TO JAIL
Court Decides lawyer Is Not En Entitled Entitled Entitled ¬
titled to Release lease Under BailApplication Bail BailApplication BailAPIIUcntlOll
Application for Certificate of Ren Renaonnlilc Ucn80nn1Jlc Itensonnble
aonnlilc Doubt Boos Xot ot Confer ConferRight ConferRight ConferRight
Right to Freedommany Freedom FreedomAlbany I1reedoJtIlafty
Albany N V Oct ITIle The Tb Court of ofAppeals oCppea of4pueals
Appeals ppea this afteraoaa decided that Abra Abrarham Abraham nt ntH ¬
ham H Hummel was not entitled titled tobe to be out outa outNIl outerg
erg a hall l pending aecMon on hte hilitbt h s appllca appllcatkm applfesttin
tin for a certificate of reasonable doubt doubtte doIIbttbe doubth
te the case of his conviction OOftfle on a charge chargeof cbar cbarof
of subornation of perjury ia connection connectionwith con connectionwith tton ttonwith
with the DodgeMorse J marital tangle tangleHummel IeHmn1 tangleMinute
Minute was convicted on December DecemberO
39 and sentenced to serve one year y inSing In hiStag InSIng
SIng Stag StagHe SInHe nng nngHe
He was lodged m Ja the Tombs Tom but was wasreleased wasreleased as asrelea8ecl
released the same night having been ad admitted cImltted admitted ¬
mitted to bail by Justice Woodward Sub Subsequently SubaeqQeftUy Subaequtmtly ¬
sequently on December So 38 Hummel was wasrealrested wasrearrested wasrearrested
rearrested on a warrant warn war t ant issued by District DistrictAttorney DIstrictAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney Jerome seed aad88ht again was set free freeon freeon
on a writ of habeas hal corpus obtained by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John B B Stanchfleld StanchfleldA
A certificate of reasonable reallO doubt wasgranted was wasgranted as asgranhd
granted to Hummel last January by Jus Justtee Just Justice
ttee t John Woodward of the AppellateDtyIsion Appellate AppellateDivision AppellateDIvision
Division in Brooklyn Hummel had been beenconvicted beencol1iltt beenconvicted
convicted d and sentenced to one years yearsimprisonment yt1U yt1Uimprisonment yearsimprisonment
imprisonment and a fine of 5500 500 severalweeks several severalwetks severalw
weeks w ks iHfore that He was admitted toball to tobail toball
ball when Justice Woodward K oodward granted him hima
a stay Bbl of execution pending the t he heJDtont argument argu argument ¬
ment for the certificate of reasonabledoubt reasonabledoubt reasonable reasonabledoubt
doubt doubtThe doubtThe doubtThe
The certificate was granted on two twogrounds twoTOund8btcau1C twogroundsbecause
grounds TOund8btcau1C because of the lack of certain certaincorroborative certaincorroborative certaincorroborative
corroborative evidence 1dence sworn to by
Dodge > and on account of the manner in inwhich ittwhlcb iswhich
which the trial judge charged the jury
Justice Woodward held that JusticeRogers Justice JusticeRogers JusticeRorers
Rogers had erred In his charge as to i cor corroboratkm corroboration r rroboraUon
roboratkm of evidence coming romlngom datrsaroualy dangor dangorou
ou om oualy ly near usurping u urplng the > prcnajgBMav prcnajgBMavthe pr prthe
the Jury to deckle as as to the s > J6 litUiScase J6ca JH Je Jecase
case
Baltimore and Return Return 12u 12uBaltimore 1 1Daltimorc u uBaltimore
Baltimore l Ohio II R REvery REvtry ItEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday Sunda All trains
both ways both days except Royal Lim Limited Limited UrnRed ¬
ited
A SIGNAL OF DISTRESS
WILL NOT CALL JOHN D DProsecution DProsecution
Prosecution iirOhio Oil Case CasejQpens CasefJIJellS CaseTer
jQpens lel1S at r Eimllay EimllayDENY FiJnllayDENY Ter indla y yDENY
DENY STATES JURISDI JURISDICTION JURISDICTIONAttorneys CT CTAttorneys ION
I
Attorneys Attornc for Standard Company De Declare Ucclarc 1cclare ¬
clare that Concern Can Only Onl BeBrought DC DCDrought neDruu
Drought Druu ht Into Court Under Indict Inillctmeiit JndlctmentSelJ IndictmcntSeparate
mcntSeparate meiit mentSelJ SciMiraic ratc Trial loiter for In Individuals IntllJdunl IndfvldunIsConsplrncy ¬
dfvldunIsConsplrncy dividuals Conspiracy Charged ChargedFiadtay Chnr ChargedFindlay cd cdFiacIta7
Findlay Ohio Oct fThe noted trial trialof trialof trialof
of the Standard OH Co CoMpany ea iany charged chargedwith charpdwitb chargedwith
with ca conspiracy > tracy In restraint r of trade t and anda aDda anda
a vioiatkNi of the imtitnwt laws ws of ofOhio orObto ofOhio
Ohio opened today with Wit With a distinguished distinguishedarray C distinguishedarray 18IaecI 18IaecIarray
array of counsel the Standard being beingrepresented b lnaftpreemted beingrepresented
represented by the general I counsel counselthe of ofthe oftte
the company F M RHkKt of New York YorkVirgil YOI1tVIr YorkVirgil
Virgil P Kline of Cleveland and James JamesO
O Troup of Bowling Green Ohio The Theattorneys lIaeattorneys Theattorneys
attorneys for the prosecution include At Attorney AttOlMY Attorney ¬
torney General Wade H Kills m of Co Columbus Co Colum Coiambus ¬
iambus lum special counsel eoun el O B K Ii Hurieonand Harrison Harrisonaad Harrl8olalaad
laad and District Attorney John J Sullivan SullivanCleveland of ofCleveland ofCleveIaRd
Cleveland Prosecuting Attorney William WilliamIA WnllamL
L David of Hancock County and George GeorgeF
F Phelps PbtI of FindlayJohn FIndlay PlndlayJohn FIndlayJobn
John D Rockefeller Rockefel r charged with the thesame tbesalM t tsame he
same offense oIfe will have ba ve a separate HpalS te trial trialand trialand trialand
and the date for his trial has not yet been beenset beenThe bee beeset n
set The present trial is a atatlnat ut the
011 Company as a a corporation corporationMr
Mr Rockefeller it was stated will 111 not notcalled be becalled
called as a witness witnessThe witnessThe witnessThe
The attorneys for the Standard ncIard Oil Company Com Company Comand ¬
pany and the State agreed At agte + d to try the
Standard Oil Company ComJ ftT first t after which whichwBI whichwill
will follow folio the trial of Mr Rockefeller Rockefellerand RockefelleraDcI Rockefellerand
and the subsidiary BUlt Idlar companies tore M Man an ¬
hattan Oil Company aDd the Buckeye Pipe Pi PiLine j
Line Company CompanyThe CompanyThe I
The case involves an interesting intere tin legal legalpoint legapoint el8lpoint 1 1er
point in Ohio Probate Judge Bank Banker er
has ruled ruled that a violation of the Valentine e
law constitutes a misdemeanor and and bat tha thahis t I
his h court has jurisdiction The attorne attorneter attorneys attorneysfcr > a
fcr the Standard Company assert that this thiste tbIBIs th thIs to
Is not true true and that the only way in inwhich lawMcb i iwhich n
which they can bo brought before bPforecoun beforecourt the thecourt e
court Is by indictment IRdlclm lIt The Valentine Valenti Valentilaw
law under und r which btclt this action a tioa Qa is brought broughtwac broughtw broug brougwan M
wan w passed in Wai 1 It defines d a trust trusta as asa aa
a combination of capital skill or act acts of oftwo oftwo o otwo
two or more persons Arms c c to er erate ere create ereate e ¬
ate restriction in trade in violation of tset the theact t tact
act defined ffC conspiracy > against trade tradeand tradeand
and punishable by a tine of from 0 M 0 to toJEW toor t tNet °
JEW or Imprisonment Impr1 onment of from six to twelve twelvemonths twelvtmonth twely twelymonths e
months monthsAs monthu monthsAs
As to the evidence required to convict convictthe convictthe
the statute says ffIt It shall be sufficient sufficientto suddento t
to prove that a trust t or combination as a s
defined herein exists exist and that the de defendants de deren defendynte ¬
fendants ren fendynte belonged belon to it or acted for or orin orla orla
la connection connects n with it It without proving or orproducing orprocIuc o oproducing r
producing procIuc any U article or agreement or orany q rr r rany
any written instrument at all The char character eharaeter character ¬
acter of the trust or combination alleged allegedmay aJle aJlemay all allmay
may be established d by proof of its Itaeral gee gaaeral geeeral
eral reputation as such suchThe suehThe suchThe
The information charges that thatStandard the theStandard theStandard
Standard Oil Company CornIMnrln In lie and in incontinuance InOntlnua i icontinuance n
continuance Ontlnua to the itresent time baa
dominated the oil industry contrary to tothe tothE t tthe o
the laws of the the State StateThe StateThr StateThe
The State Stat expects to show Davi Daviraid David Davidinid Davictttld d
raid that Rockefeller Rogers Arch Archbcld Archbcld Archbold
bcld Tilford Piagler and others neintended never neverintended ne neIntnded
intended to and never qid didx comply wit witor with withor h
or regard the order of the the Supreme Court Courtof Courtof Courof l
of Ohio OhioIn OhioInreply OhioInreply
In Inreply reply to this charge by David Virgil Virgilwhose Virgilwhose
I whose w statement closed the work of ofday the theday theI
I day said in part partThe partI partPhe
I The Standard is controlled absolutely absolutelyI absolutes absolutesby y
I by Its I stockholders A dissolution dl dirolutlonprcvlded solutlon wae waeprovided WaEi
i provided for and fourteen years y years before beforethe befo befothe re
the Valentine law passed the court dls disti
ti r3 2325 32 o Memphis item Pus 1 and Return RetnrnChesapeake ReturnCheupeake ReturnChesapeake
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
Sfeflflherhood St Andrews On sale Octo
Jgr 1 ffi to IS liberal limit Take C C J O
Red fteifta ll + 9d4 439 r p m only one night outv out outpms
v ii oms pms whore other heaters fail fat fatw 1
w Jlators No coal sanitary
tnet pq Demonstrations 509 9th sL sLn
n
solved the comhtoatioa t Ia the action In to1W7 In18f7
1W7 It was shown that t the ninaanr i uilr withdrew with withdrew withfrom ¬
drew from the truot truit and the o ott oettrta rfs de decision 4e 4ee deeiIob ¬
cision e at that tine U Is a vlndSetMi TIDIIeae of ofStandard ofStandard ofStandard
Standard OIL OILThe OILnae OnTin
The Standard Sta dard only changed cba ed its coat to towrong toWIOIt3 towrong
wrong side out was t the e quiet ulet rjotaderof rjotader riJohederof r rof
of Oeorge Phelps ter this et statement statementSTILL statement statementSTILL t tILL
STILL ILL PIGHTING PIG WGS S SPrcAJiIeni STAN STAN1rejdexf D DIlresJfleHt
PrcAJiIeni aiid uti Cttblnnt Discuss Ifcnt hestdlethods IfcntIcthod IfcldJltthod
Icthod dlethods of Completing Cnnci CnnciEvery CnclEvery e eEvery
Every effort fa t being made ma by the gov government gorerament v verament ¬
erament to whip into shape the cases Itls It Hto ItM
to preparing against th U the Standard Oil O0Company OilCompany 00Compan
Company After A ftfr a short session of the theCabinet tileCabinet theCabinet
Cabinet yesterday a saecia1 coofer cooferId confereseewas confereaee confereaeewas
was heal Id by the President with Wit Attor Attsrttey Attorney At AtMY ¬
ney General Moody and a SecretariesRoot Secretaries SecretariesRoot tarIM tarIMBoot
Root and Bonaparte It to understood themain the themain tbemain
main subject under coaatdenuioa c was thebest the thebest tilebM
best method of beginafasjr bOJinsdt the attack attack aad andthe aadthe aadtile
the line of action to ba followed followedIt
It is not beHev believed d to ta suits will bestarted be bestarted watarted
started before the butter part arte of Novem November November November ¬
ber or sometime ta December but la Inthe lathe IIIthe
the meantime nothing ROtb ta being left un undone uo uocIoJM undone ¬
done to insure success successWhite sueceWhile successWhile
While the President has every con confidence CODace conMence ¬
fidence ace In the ability of the Attorney t tGenftal
General and the special tal prosecutors who whowill wbewiD
will have charge of the prosecution Itis it itte Itis
is said he wishes to take advantage e of the theexperience theexperleace theexperience
experience of Root and Bonaparte m moutlining In InoutUnlDc boutlining
outlining the plans plansMr piauMr plansMr
Mr Moody it is reported fd outlined the theevidence theIn theevidence
evidence in hand and the scope scope of the theprosecution theprOSfCution theprosecution
prosecution and the t proposition was gene geneover XCfteOVft geneover
over over thoroughly by the t four fourBlgh conferees confereesBtahop csssfereesBishop
Bishop Blgh p J W ti Bashford who represents representsthe 1e1KMll18tht ltpcarestathe
the Methodist Xetho ist Episcopal Church ia China Chinawas CSt CStwas Chinawas
was a caller at the White WhlteHouse House He Hemerely Hemerely Hemerely
merely paid his respects to the President Presidentand Pretddentand Presidentand
and then went to the State Department
to see Secretary Root RootDIVIDEND RootDIVIDE1
DIVIDEND OF 400 PER CENT CENTDinniorul CENTDInmond CENTDIamond
DIamond Jllalua Haiiis Company Jlake8Secoill1 MakesSecond Slakes SlakesSecond
Second Large Disbursement DislinrxciuentJohannesburg Dlsbl1rxementToh DisbursementJohannesburg
Johannesburg Toh nnesbu Oct S tThe The PremkDiamond Premier PremierDiamond PremierDiamond r
Diamond Mining 1Un1 Company C my which is the theonly theonly theonly
only competitor of the De Beers Com Company Company Coneptny ¬
pany has declared a dividend of four fourhundred fourhundred fou r
hundred per cent A similar dividend dividendwac dividendwu dividendwas
was paid by the t company last year yearTo j jTo
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Touched B Ey r Gulls Letter LetterWILL LetterWILL LetterWILL
WILL SOON RELEASE PAT PATMother FATHER FATHER3Ioher FATHERJlother HER I
Mother Unable to Keep Family FamplySix Fnml1 of ofSix ofSix f
Six Children Together and Daugh Daughter DnughtcrAill1C Dauglto r ¬
ter tcrAill1C Ai aids I Her in Securing Reunion Rcnnionof Reunionof Rennioof n
of the Member Before Chrlstmn ChrlstmnGood Chrl8tmaHGOOlI ChristmaGood x
Good WIshes IhcH for Governor GovernorAlbany GocrnorAIItu GovernorAlbany
Albany AIItu N Y Oct 1The Tae appeal a of edtwelveyamold a atwelveyearold atwel
twelveyearold twel yoId child touched the heart heartGar of ofGov orGov f
Gov Higgins and he today cut four fouryears fWlyears t tyearn eittr r
years from the sentence of JohnORourke Joan H HORourke FL FLORourk
ORourke who Is serving an eight eightterm eightyear eightyearterm eIchtrearterm > r
term in Stag Stag Pr Prison cm son and be will willliberated 1Jt be beliberated HUberated
liberated just before Christmas ChristmasThe Chrlatmuhe ChrietmasI
The I he letter was written by Jennie JennieORoorke JennieORourke Jenm JenmORourke
ORourke who ft aides with her herat mother motherat
at 417 11 West TNt Fortyfirst street trwt New York Yorkaad YerkaDd 7 7and ale
aDd ref recites ita ia a chiWtoh way the theties dfafeul dfafeulties dUIeuIt
ties t which Mrs ORourXe had to bring bringher up upher upHf
her six x children the youngost 7OUD t of which whldsthree te tethree Ietlaree
three years old ORourke was convicted convictedin COD CODin c cin viclad
in Duchess County of burning a acoctaJlIID acomtalubg stt stitate stitatecontaining e
containing coctaJlIID a span of horses owned ownedlalla ownedhim ay ayMat
Mat upon which he had cabledThis carried ean1ecllaaunUlce ean1ecllaaunUlceThIll insurance insuranceThai
Thai is the letter letterMakes letterJlnk letterMakes
Makes Jlnk Home Unpleasant UnpleasantMy UnlilcullnlltUMy UnpleasantMy
UMy My Dear Dear Governor My papa Is Isprison hi Into hiprison 1ftpr
prison pr lOlt at a t Sing Stag and we want ban himtome to tocome toeome toto
come home so bad My ma mamma man una had to toput topwt toea
toa
put four of my JII sitters and brothers in inehlkirss a achiklreH3 Itehlk1r
chiklreH3 ehlk1r JOrne home at at Green reea Ridge on Staten StatenIsland StatenIeIMd Stat StatIsland ea
Island and oh ob how she cries for them themand themand the m moar
and papa every night which hick makeshome makes our ourhome ourhome
home very unpleasant unpleasantI unpl t
I am trying to help my m mamma meat meatwrite to towrite towrite towa9t
write to you For mamma says sayscan you youcan 70Ucan
can let pa come home to us if you youto CHt waat waatto W1UItto
to Please let him come to us as he healways was wasalways s s1t1vaYfi
always a good ood papa and was always alwaysto kind kindto ktIIdto
to us and mamma Mamma bail hasyounger ha bailyovn flue Jrv Jrvyounger
younger yovn r children and she be te always crying cryingand cryla crylaand cry cryand fag fagnet
and I think if some kind people had hailpal hadpcd notHelped not netnd
Helped pal her she would have died And Andthen Aftd Aftdte A Athen nd
then we would have been n left alone aloneWe aIeWe aloneWe
We need pa so bad and I am not a at able ablet ableS bde B
t r go to work yet My little brother brotherFrank brot er er1tank r
Frank had hit fingers and toes froaen froaentest fnJllellI f flast 11
I test winter inter and he nearly lost one footllolse foot footHope C6OtHOlte
Hope for the Governor GovernorI
HI I hope your little girls wont wontthdr lose losetheir JoIetheir c
their papa like I lost mine Alain Alainsays Mamma Mammasays Mammasan 1
says that some kind people are going goingto goingto gel gelto ng z
to ask you to let letp papa pa come co copse home to toI us usI
I hope you will villlUIwe as we love him evermuch ever so somuch 80much 0
much and then mamma wont cry any anymore anymore a amore ay f
more moreI moreI
I pray every night for my dear dearAoo dearand P papa papaand
and I am going to pray each Might and andmorning andmorning s smorning 5
morning so that t God will 111 let letyon you gl glus give giveus siveU8 ve e
us our papa again Please PI excusewriting excuse my mywriting mywriting
writing as t tHI I am only OI y a little girl tw twyears twelve twelvewith twelveyecrs eke e
years old Ho Hoping you w will l answer this the theRath
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with love from us six s x helpless childrenJetlnie children childrenJerBie chlldreftJerpsie 7
Jerpsie JerBie twelve tweh Joe eleven Frank nine nineEfeie nineEI ai aiEefe
Efeie EI Ie eight Gladys GiadystiveHelen five Helen threeYours three threeYours tltrteYours
Yours truly trulyJENNIE trubJEl
JENNIE JEl + 1E OROURKR OROURKRGov OROURJC OROURJCGov OROURTGO
Gov GO Higgins today today commuted from fromseven fromseven fr frseven
seven to five years ye r the sentence of George GeorgeW GeorgeGttronI Goon GoonW ge
W Gifford who was convicted in Intuber Oc October 0c 0ctober ¬
tober 1908 1 1CannUnn italCanadian
Canadian Archbishop Dead DeadMontreal DenelMontreal DeadMontreal
Montreal Quebec Oct 9ArchWa 9ArchWaWilliam 9 Archbishop ArchbishopWilliam Arcbb lbop lbopWilHam P
William Bennett Bond primate ofCanada of all allCanada allCanadll 11
Canada died today aged IL 01 L Until a few fewdays fewdA7S f fdays ew v
days ago he was able to attend to toduties his hisduties hisduties s
duties though suffering from illness illnessresult the theresult e
result of a stroke sustaliied sustaJnedHme susWaedsotneago some time Umeago timeago < e
ago Pie was born In 1815 1IIi in Truro TruroEngland TruroEasland Trur TrurEngland
England
Spanish Var tar nr Veteran VeteranCelebrate VeteransCelebrate etrrnUJII etrrnUJIICeleb
Celebrate Celeb le with Tafeoma Rya Whiskeybe Whiskey To Tobe Tobo °
be bad badOltI bad only of J G Schtocser er lid Pa Pa ave aveOO avea a aas vA
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MAY Y DROP MINISTER BRYAN BEYANDiplomat BRYANDiplomntlf BRYANDiplomats
Diplomat Departure from rom Chicago ChicagoIn
In M Given Significance SignificanceCMc SlgnlfIcnnceCIII SignificanceChicago
CMc CIII Chicago go Oct 9Coincident 9 Coincident with re report rcporta reports ¬
port ports from Washington D C c that IthatClluIe thatChrles thatCharles
Charles Page Bryan might not retain his hispost blspeR hispost
post of ALnlster to Portugal much longer longerit
it was learned today toda that Minister MinisterBryan MinIsterBryan MinisterBryan
Bryan left Chicago suddenly yonfeerday yonfeerdayIt y rdRY rdRYIt
It was supposed that he went to IYashington iVash iVashIngton V1ISh V1IShl
Ington IngtonMr l ingtonMr nMr
Mr Bryan whose home at the time of ofhfs othis ofhis
his appointment appoint men t by President McKinley McKlnleyas
as Minister 1tnl ter to Brazil nearly ten years yearsHgn yearsago e rs rsa
ago a vms In Elmhurst It DI hadbeen had hadbeen hftdbfft
been hi CWcago for about th threo ea weeks weeteSome weeksSome weeksSome
Some time tf th after his appolhtment appointment to toBrazil toBrazil toBraziMr
BraziMr Brazil Mr Bryan was transferred to Por Portngl Porta PorLegal
Legal tnglNow ta LegalNow
taNow
Now there is said to be a feeling in inadmiitiatrative Inml inatlmilUatrattve
admiitiatrative ml latrxl1ve circles at the Capital that thatH UNttlIa thatIle
lIa H hw been amply rewarded for his ser services Hry servleesinPreeldentlal ¬
vleesinPreeldentlal vices y In InPrf8kkntlal Presidential campaigns and a d that thata Uiata
a successor will be named na shortly shortlyPLEDGE shortlyPLEDGE shortlyPLEDGE
PLEDGE COST HIM 51213 51213Projiccutlnj 51213PrQ 51213Prosecuting
Prosecuting PrQ cclltln Attorney AHorne nt Chicago ChicagoTnriiM ChlcngoTn ChicagoTurns
Turns Tn rUM frees Over to CountyChieatgo County CountyChicago CounhCWcaP
Chicago III Oct tA 8 A preelection preelectionpledge preelectionpIedp preelectionpledgee
pledge coat States Attorney Healy SH alu atm
28 u tod today r The money reached rC MrHsaly Mr MrHealy r rHeaI3
Healy hi the form of o office feee Some Someof SOmeof Sant Santof e
of Mo predecessors have turned such aunts auntsover oumato ou ouever sill
over to Cook County Th The majority have havekept 1tavekept hav havkept e
kept It ItHealy JtBaq itHealy
Healy promised in many DT speeches eehe8 day during dtirtee dayleg ¬
tee his campaign for election to content contentbbaeelf oontMtw conteahfineei L
bbaeelf with the JMWO H salary sary and to give giveall giv givail o
all fees to the county Since then tho thoSupreme thoSDIJIeMe th thSaprene o
Supreme Court has decided that the mon money mooqlNI
0 ey qlNI betonga bdini 5 to the States attorney attorneyMr attorneyMr attorneyMr
Mr Healy considered himself htm bound boundhowever bound1Nftr boundhowever
however 1Nftr by his preelection pledge T Tdny Te TedIQr Teday
day he sent his check to President Brandage Brand Bmndge Brnnda
a age ge e of the county board for all f fed fees feesealtaeted teeseil
ealtaeted eil to date dateCALLS dateCALLS dataGALLS
CALLS OSLEE THEORY FADProfessor FAD FADProfcHHor FADProfCf4lCor
Professor of o Theology Says Sny Demand DemandWill Dentanwin d
Will 111 He for Old MenBlue Men MenBtee JlcnBIlle
Blue Island I HI Oct 9Tn deroawl deroawlfor dcmaudfer de deter natal
for young men In u M callings c Ilittgs ig s a mere mereiBad m18IM m mfad ere
fad IM Prof H H Scott Scott of the Chicago ChicagoTheological ChlcqoII1111 Chf ChfTheologiad p
Theological II1111 eaJ Seminary told the canventtlsu eonvea eonveadOM eonveaat
dOM of the U Chfcagv Congrogattiomtllats Coa to toV toThe torile todal
dal V
dalThe
rile The call for older and mere expert experieaeed expertmen expertneed
need men to sure to return soon with wkhgreater withforco wit witg h
greater g eater force than ever before m 1ft the his htetary hIeIer7 histiny
tiny of mankind maakiadMoses mankindMoses ktINI ktINIM
Moses M was eighty years old before 1Jef re he hebegan heto It Itben e
began to preach but no one one will deny denythat den dendint y
that be accomplished aacompl shed grand resultsQUEENS results resultsQUEENS resultsQUEENS
QUEENS SMOKE CIGARETTES CIGARETTESPariw OIGARETTESPnriPt CIGARETTESParis
Paris Tobacconist When ben Sued Re Reveal RccnIN Revcals ¬
veal cnIN Hnljlts of Titled women IVomenParis womenParis omcn omcnParb
Paris Oct S 9A A tobacconist who whosued wag wagsued wasfor
sued for advertising advert himself without au authority anhodtr u uUIoc1t7 ¬
thority M purveyor of cigarettes to ex exQueen exQMea exQueen
Queen Margherita of Italy proved provedregularly he heregularly beIMIIarI7
regularly supplied her majesty with 1th cigar cigarettes c cigarslues r retleL ¬
slues He bt incidentally I DtaII7 declared thatCioarna that the theCsariaa theCmu1Ita
Csariaa was a devotee of tobacco tobaccofrequentty she shefrequently shef
frequently f tb receiving < from London con consignments conof conIgnments ¬
signments of perfumed cigarettesThe cigarettes cigarettesThe ci rettea retteaThe
The Queens of Portugal and Iloumanla Iloumanlaand noumanand Roumanand la
and exQueen ex Qneen Christina of Spain SpItID were werealso werealeo war waralso e
also he said confirmed smokers smokersDREADNOUGHT smokersDREADNOUGHT smokesDREADNOUGHT
DREADNOUGHT A FAST SHIMTeas SHIP SHiPTct
Teas Tct Show Huge War Var Vessel YCH el 1 1Speediest Is IsSpeediest IIISIJeelUct n
Speediest Ever Built UuntOct IJuiltLosjdOR BuiltIttudoa
LosjdOR Oct let S The battle tOe ship shipasugkt p Dread DreadnoagAt Dne4 Dne4CMlpletJed
noagAt has coaiptetod b bH r tall power powertrials po potrials
trials trl under war conditions They Thekn0w are areknown ekWB
known kn0w a to have been highly ytJUeCeMftII ytJUeCeMftII1M ssuec snece etisfai s i
but the otfdal OIAdaJdetalls details are withheld It Itunoddally te teunofficially > s
unofficially stated Urn thai she ateaiaed ateaiaedhours teamed med eight
boors boa at aa a average aftr8 speed of 2LS knots knot knotHer s
Her maximum ma mu speed was 24 4 knots She Sbethe
to the fastest Mttte ship shi ever bunt Her Herperformance Herrformance H er
performance rformance to regarded as a great greatumph t tri triumph trltor ¬
umph umph for torPRllICES turbttr to engines enginesPRINCES
PRINCES BODY 11 B DY IN IN STREET STREETIltiMKian STREETIhJiMinn STREETRussian
Russian Villagers YilJnJ Refuse Refri ril1e e to Remove RemoveItcmnliiM RemocnemnlJJ Rentov RentovRcusnins e
ItcmnliiM of Slain Sin In Noble XolilcSt NoblcSt NobleSt
St St Petersburg tersbul Oct Ot t fA dispatch tch tchtnHft h
from Tulis says that Prince Jason Pav Pavleuo Ia v
tenon was murdered mu murdtd + ed on a street in a av
vulage of Gorki ffistrict None onk of o the thevillagers
villagers vllIa s would w oaW hf handle mdk Ie the body and 1Id It
lies where w re It felt I Prfnca Jasons uncle unc le leduel
Prince p Gregory G r7 was stqfflariy 11 mar marlast murdetrd murInIK duel
last June and his body Iky for ten days der ys
before fOft it was 1 removed rtmo for t burial burialSHOTS burialSHOTS
i
SHOTS FIRED AT tEE HE CZAR CZARBullet CZARDullctl
Bullet Pans l aJl4 Close trii to 3Icm JlcmherJII liemhersStunt > ers of ofStaff oCStuff
Staff at Revieiv RevieivIx nc tci lcty lc 1 11on
Ix 1on > ndon Oct 10 loTbt 10 The Times corres correspondent tnt ¬
pendent nt at t St St Petersburg says 7IS he bears bearsthat bearsthat hda rs
tha that duriar a review Ebel that was held heldrise on one
the e eve of the oars car8 recant cruise crule cruleeraI sev several se v ¬
oral bullets passed dose to members membetwhis of
his majestys ma jestys stan stanKIDNAPPED staftKIDNAPPED
KIDNAPPED BOY AT ATNew HOME HOMEN
New N ew York lad Tells How He Was WasCarried WasCarried W as
Carried Off by b Tall Tall U Man HanRooniM ManPIUle
1111Ic PIUle Jnlmrhnrn irkcd iced Up UpBrooklyn in inBrooktn n i
Brooklyn Left in fur Cp < d r y Soclet Societys s sUoomH
Rooms for Thijea TbIlC Thr s Days DaysNew Dn DnNew
New York York Oct Oct 9 Mie Ie LabarbarR La8rbtuRuJ Labarbst rR
the fouryearold who hsc been missing missingsinee missi ng j
since September 22 tnjjm tJ his home lamev at atm
37 I Second avenue TVtaaw w wtiaft v estored to b hparents bpa bparents i
parents pa ts Mr Jr JIJH and aid Mrs rs JMinciscp noises Labs Labarbara Lablrbara Labsbara r
bara t 11day d dey y The fellow who whowas w wtraa bo i
was found by DetectrR Detect sergeant nt Pet Petslao Petro Petrosine ro
sine at the Gerry DeteeUft1lerge SbWety ty rooms I In InBrotklD n i
Bro BrotklD kb n where he ha had l Ren or oren en left by tl thc tlwpolice thcpollee k i
police last week week told t > 1 a glory that the t pot tMDwed t
showed he had been kjlbjappad PPed PPedur
ur I nirmil away irom rom amma mlM to plv p pwith + r fwith rwIth T
with other little 00 My said WillieThen W1I11 Willie WIIlIeTben
Then a tall man came came pd nd told me me meo to toSO
go o with him himHf
lie te pet me in n a twagt wagql wagon and nd we drove drovea drot e >
a k kn hrg ps way wa Vhe lVhea we wflgtopped jgtopped top d he took tookme too k
me Into a Lit room ana aJa4 kept me the theI then thenI r
I used to cry 1 for mnuaju m and then 1 1I 1gave ne >
I gave me things to eat t He asked me IncIoW r rtwos nc i
twos much money mone ry Mpa pia had hadOre hadOre hadOre
Ore day lie I se cut oil ol a fig g bunch of ofhair my myhair VI VIlbalr r
lbalr hair with scfawors JlYJPR AaoAer Aae A er day > heme he took tookme 001JtM c
me in K wagon and wh w f w we stopped stoppedcarried he hecarried heearrfed
carried me in his arms and then left me meI meI m e
I cried CrlL d until a man came and took me meto Ineto r rto ne
to a place lace where I styd until a man mantook mnntook ma masoak n i
took ne to my papa and mammaWiNtss mamma mammaAVliHes mammaWUUt
AVliHes WUUt story about sem some of his hair hairhaving bttlrhfttng ha haleasing lr r
having been cut off awe borne outhis out by byhis y yh18 f
his appearance AppearanleThe
The little fellow was found wandoring wandoringnear wandori np j
near the Brooklyn terminal te 1 of the Brook Brooklyn Broo k
lyn bridge last Saturday by Patrolman PatrohmmErnest Patrol titan i
Ernest OConnor who T befng > dngoff off duty dutyturned du ty
turned him over to the sergeant as scant at the theBrl i
Bridge Brl ge station statklalilremnn stationFireman stationFireman
Fireman Killed in Wreck AVreckWarren WreckWarren VreckWltrren
Warren Pa Oct et 1 fIn In headon colli collision cQIUslon cql cqlsion it ¬
sion between a westbound and east eastbound e ens st stbeuAd t
bound freight at atMcNaJfS McNairs a short dls dlstance dletMce d le
tance from Cr here Goorge G org Harey A Aman fire fireman ftreman re ¬
man of the eastbound train was killed killedHe klJIedHe kilts kiltsHe d 1
He was pinned under the wreckage which whichcaught whl ch ti
caught fire He was married and Im Imthree Jiad Jiadthree 11adthree ad i
three children y
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Cl H AT INijUEST INijUESTCoronel
Coroner Colo 11 e et 1 Accuses ccllses W B EID EIDStokes ID IDStokes
Stokes St01 t 8S oi o s sllllll Killing llllll g Adams AdamsSUICIDE Ad d J111S J111SSUICIDE lll S a at
SUICIDE SUICIDEHotel SU I t IDli JURY VER lCT lCTj lCTHotel
j y ytf10
Hotel Ho tf10 Owner ncr and Official Offiei l Ifetrl IfetrlCome N lly llyConIc
Come Go GoMillionaire nie to Blows BlowsBillionaire Blo BloUIJlonnlrc
h
Billionaire angered Angered l by r Report Sent Sentto Sentto Scntto
to News Nc Agency that Murder Had IIadBeen HadBeen Ind IndBeen
Been Committed Uses UrJe Strong StronffTerms StrongT lttrongTerms
Terms T rm of Dcnuncinllon DcnunclntlonU8tnnder DcnunclntlonU8tnnderInterfere DcnnnclaitonBystandersInterfere Uyatnnderm UyatnndermInterfere
Interfere and Retraction of ofCharges ofCltarget
Charges Is IsBade Ulnde l by r Coron Coroniir CoroniirNew Coroair CoroairNew a ai ° r
i
New York Oct kJulius ft Janus J Harbndec HaraaC HIU er erwho r rwito
who in addition to his work Ork of ruawtUg natN > a apress aB apros
press pros agency B to one of the coroners of ofNew orNew ofI1Eeyr
New York County took a running jamp jampinto jtlDlPInto jnmPinto
into the limelight this morning at the In Inquest Jnqunt lnepuest ¬
quest Into the death of MA1 AI Adams the thepolicy thepolley theItoiky
policy king dR by accusing aetUYln W 1 B D Stellerof Stokes Stokesof Ste1teKof
of murdering Adams mL The little coroaor coroaorthen conMMthen eansaMS eansaMSthen
then found the limelight so hot that tit titsabMquent ibier ibiersabaequeat his hissubsequent
subsequent charge to the jury Jar7call ha practi practically Pbactcally ¬
call cally directed the jury to render a verdtet verdtetof wn1IItor
of suicide which ble they did without a mo moments aM aMments nnusments ¬
ments delay delayHarburger delaTHarburger
Harburger savage vage attack on onekes Mr MrStokes
Stokes outside the Harburger lIsr private privateAce el elAce
Ace and his openrig opening openl address to the jury juryfew jtaryfew a afew
few minutes later during dUr1Db which the cent gas0rter coroner centner ¬
ner reiterated his earner earlier charges of ofder anw anwder annrder
der against Stokes were beautiful arg argroettu cgw cgwJJIeJIIS1n sihpmesas1n
JJIeJIIS1n roettu in favor of the contentions of those thosewho uwlto
who claim that the office of coroner C aa fc fcIs ItIii ktart
Is now run should be abolished That ThatHarburger TMtHarbaIger
Harburger could be abei abolished a > iesfted If ffStok Mr MrStokes
Stokes Stok cared to bring charges agafawt aha hMxwas ahawas IdIRwu
was the unanimous apdenfrsw + ns optoiofl of several severallawyers 8eVeAilv7flS > tetreralhw
hw lawyers v7flS yers today WdayAfter todayAfter tocla7After
After the jury had rendered a verdict veuct1 veuct1the to tothe tothe
the effect that all the testimony tat1llloDTthat showed showedthat ahawwaidtht
that Adams bad commtttad suicide Jlawja JndaeW JlawjaW J JX
W M JC i Oieott who had come te the tIIeQue ia iaqueet
quest t in answer to a hastily ba dtyrEM1ue8t Utepaoaed kiaphsredregetest Utepaoaedrequest
request from Mr Stokes Stoka arose aad h hsteted Jae Jaesilted lit litJdstecI
silted that Coroner Harburger retract retractthat retnctthat
that part of hte opening opftdRfjury address to the flatjury thejury
jury In which the coroner coronerbt bad Ispd charged chargedhte
his client with the murder of Adams The Thecoroner TIleectr
ectr coroner lMr mad IINIde the retractleuSntlfI retraction retractionSntlsHciI retracUenSatisflcd
SntlsHciI SntlfI 11 With Retraction RetractionWe RetracUonWe Ret etion
We te are not ot concerned with Caroaer CaroaerHarburger cnerHar
Harburger Har private opinions said JjMtejB JjMtejBOfoott J J0Ic JOkott
Ofoott tt when hen embed asked after the thed smoke clear daned cleared ¬
ed away whether w r Mr Stokes would wCMddthe have havethe Lasethe
the coroner coronerOftd removed Iemoved The coroner CorOMrtaken aa aataken ha hatakes
taken back hie ridiculous charge apM tmy again nt ntmy
my client aad that hat cads the matte maufar mattesosb mattesosbfar eo eofar
far as Mr Stokes fE is concerned c I ecan 4s apt aptcare Ilicafe
care to fllscqas the matter Uer any ftlrthetThe further furtherThe tartheIIJ tartheIIJThe
The wild charges made a at atsckee jiar lnt 3a 3aStokes 3tA >
Stokes by Coroner Harburger and i iIWe U Uprove bu
prove which Harburger r did not at atttme attime dfty dftytime
time bring forward arty evidence evidence made madethe mdetJM
the liveliest sensation that the Criminal CriminalCourts CrlmiM1Courts
Courts building bu has had in a long time timeHarburger timer
Harburger r was opening his mail in his hisprivate hisprivate hieprivate
private office when Mr Stokes St les in whose whosehotel 8 8hotel
hotel the Ansoaia the policy king killed killedhimself klUe11blm killedhimself
himself efr last week entered the coronersodee coroners coronersoAce coroner coroner0dIee
oAce In answer to a subpoeaa to appear appearas appearas appearas
as a witness at t todays inquest t Stokes Stokeshas St Stbas Stokeshas
has claimed ever since the suicide thatHarburger that thatHarburger utHarlMlr8er
Harburger called up a news agency an anthe
the morning m the body was discovered dl8e ve vethe kaa kaathe m mthe
the hotel to say that there had been a amurder amurder
murder in the Ansonia and to send setMIporIIS re reporters ¬
porters there There has been bMRneceary mnea un unnecessary aanecessary ¬
necessary notoriety about the theMr ewe a aMr as asMr
Mr Stokes claims and his hotel be lieeufCCftd hCMe says sayshas
has suffered in consequence consequenceMeet COn8eqUftlceJlect
Meet In Coroners Office OfficeHarburger omccHar1Nrger
Harburger swung around hi has chair chairand eiWraDd
and said Good mom morning abruptly ac ses ha hssaw hasaw liew
saw w Stokes standing glaring at baa frasa frasaa fro tt tta
a corner of the office Stokes StOkesreply mattiiela mattiielartM7 muttered a areply
reply and sajd sajdCoroner aJeoroaer styldCoroner
Coroner Harburger i waat to site siteyoa n7VU
y yoa the name of nn Itllbellboy important wtaaeav wtaaeavbellboy w ittt0 s a abellboy
bellboy at the AnaoBia who bant t tsub bin bee beesubpeoaaed
subpeoaaed sub I gave hte aame also to Oe tIIe1Ice pa
lice some time ago Why W1r7been haft aathjar
been doae about it I wait want tlaa tMbp tMbpcleared ft hg
cleared up upYoure upYoure unpYonn
Youre handtagr te ibis name pretty tT
hue late e Mr Stokes roared JnHat J wita wltIttreme ax ox
treme severity severityI
I gave ve it to the pollee sjttMerad sjttMeradStoke aatia + eiautd eiautdStoke3
Stoke Stok i shortly U My y hotel had been sat satfeting suf suffering tffring ¬
feting from notoriety he coatinaed width wtthrising wWtrising widthrising
rising anger Weve lost about atall tMW SMINall tMWall
all because of o statements that came eamefrom camefrom cafrom
from sources Id like to 103 get at m rnnit arms armssuit
suit against t whoever called up th thdted ibe Aaao Aaaociated Aasselated
elated Press on the morning of ofdeath AiaaaSf AiaaaSfdeath Adaat3deathDid
death deathDid Did you do It ItHarburger ItT ItTHa11lur ItHamburger
Hamburger Ha11lur began to hem and haw with withThwUiig v vilMltJClJdOll withixdcdaloa
ilMltJClJdOll ixdcdaloaThisthis
ilMltJClJdOllThIIttb1s
ThwUiig is a public office be beaaBered ftmny
answered apropos of nothing ht at partteu partteuMr psaritcitlar
Jar Mr Its the most important once Iee of ofthe cthe ofthe
the people peopleI
I know its import answered ered eredAdYaltelnt Stokes Stoheadvancing Stokesadvancing
advancing toward the coroner and I dont dontlike dontlike t tlitre
like to see it occupied oecupl by foreignana foreignanapotttidtuu forelrIpoIItlda fordgsbrretpolitidens
potttidtuu poIItlda Im an Anterican Artean A titan with A1thean AaMrt AaMrtcan
can ancestore aneo11 and I should like to see 8Mthis
this office conducted In a dignified Anter Antericaa ArIeaa
lean manner mannerCoroner xannnerCoroner
Coroner 3Iakcn Charges CliaruciiStokn CharJc8UStoklt
UStoklt Stokes you cant terrify me wae SCTBBJII KR KReel stxeafr
ed the coroner losing 1o ta all al control l of cself hallo hfiftrself
self I believe you had a hand la floe tWssocaned
socalled suicide You wanted toe toesupprn toe tie i
suppress a possible pos murder murderYou
Youre You a liar you little foreten forehny foteiettYou w wYou
You y < u little shyster Stokes cried criedSTowing 1Ik ifl
growing ancer was evident when blow blowburger Harburger liar liarburger
burger just before this tht bad mod an cell eptthet eplthet
thet that is unprintableStokes unprintable unprintableStake unprlntabMStGkee
Stake now white with passkm pushed pushedback Uhabeck
back Ids coat co t and reached toward a ba bapocket halt ba4kpocket
pocket He may have been reaching for forhandkerchief forbaadkercblef a
handkerchief to wipe Ills dripping drl ln brew brewHarburger br6 br6Hanmrger
Harburger chose to interpret the act dif dltferenUy
ferently ferentlyAh ferenUyuAb ferentlyAh
uAb Ah you millionaire JR you would woul6draw
draw a pistol on me me would we your you JOUNo
No I dont have to draw a pistol on onpeople onpoopJe
people like you you was RS the retort You Youare Youare
are not worthy worthyThe worthyTbe
The coroners courage gr grey w Stung by bythe
the remark about his foreign extrac extraction extratJon extraction ¬
tion JcHus wax waxed d so doquent new that thatSO
some SO l of his remarks wti will be omitted OIIIlttedYou
You Puritan began the soHJoquy soHJoquyyou eollloquYyou Ilbqtiy IlbqtiyYOU
you illiberal mHKonaJre if I lost my mytemper
temper Td I spit In n your face faceWhy raceYJty
Why YJty lry you OU little imported Ipor foreigner It ItjOU
you do Ill knock you down and stamp stampon stampon
on you OU
OUD
Bystanders D > lItnutlcr Prevent Olnnb Olnnbjust OlnllbJ QlasbJust
just J st at t this point it looked bad for forthe torthe forthe
the physical portion of Julius Stokeswas Stokes Stokeswas StokesWas
was Was admitting OR the corner eor but by bystanders bystanders ¬
standers Interfered and there was Ryes as no col collision collision
lision V VHere 0Here
Here Harburger made de his direct c1ll d ot t charge chargeof cbtu e eor
of murder against Stokes SlOkeYou
You ought to be Incarcerated Incarceratedshncked
shrieked Hsrburger I think you had a ahand
hand in n the death of another man Youre Youtnthe Yourethe Yourethe
the man 1 suspect 5U eet

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