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Elf NEWYORK WyORRCJTyIS WyORRCJTyISIOY YORK CITY IS ISSOW ISNOW
SOW EIGHT CENTER CENTERCandidates GENTERC3Qljdates CENTEROanIiidate
Candidates C3Qljdates Exhausted from fromStrenuous fromStrenuous fromtieirnous
Strenuous tieirnous Campaign CampaignHBABSTS CampaignJmABBT CapaiguI
I HBABSTS METs S THROAT TJ SORE SOEEJptor SOREBditor SOREJiitor
Jptor Bditor Claims He Will Carry Carryft CiUlYthe Cariyp
p ft the State by Fully 200000 200000Iacc
I
1a Iacc c FIUnisen P lhmoen Pears Republicans Relmblic flepublicansHave RepublicansHave ns
i Have e BIgFund Biff BI Fnnd to Corrupt Voters Voterslint Voters1nlt Voters1jt
lint Woeilrnn oeulru1l and Other Members Memberso Members0fCOIUUhIttee emb rs rsotCommlttee
o otCommlttee 0fCOIUUhIttee Comiulttee Laugh at This ThlsBet ThlsBettiiig ThisBet ThisBettiiig Bet Bettinff
tiiig Remains emtinff < at Four to One OneTJle OneTJleSituation OneTheSituation The TheSituation
Situation In City find and State Stateew StateJIe Stateew
JIe ew York y Nov X 1JoIlofbt Foitowing arc the thojffiaflictfoa theI thejktme
I jffiaflictfoa jktme tet of t tWJ th two cirttf eandWaW eandWaWami ca caUiI1 eandk1t1 eandk1t1s
ami s the canfpojhjp C8 fpUp manager apn a as to the r rsuJt re is
1 suJt i rb tbs s statS lIat t Tuesday Tuesdayff TuaIaR Tueayw
ff R R Hearst the Democratic ocratc and d In Indev Ine Indeence
dev deence e ndence DCe League candidate for gov govwW IOVe IOVwade govcrsr
e crsr
av wade a IOOCI ICItt gbL aIMI we weww Wern
wW rn ifto a great rt t victory The m victory w wi1 wi1b Jel Jeli l laiMsH
b gsat i Ia tbeber the uuber of oar plurality pIraIIt7f
f fe 1 t 1 t that t we will win I YJ8t ever everISt
aiMsH ISt But the atevtebwy victory will be groater pt I IotIer h hailisr m ma
otIer a oUbar way It will I be a great victory victory4f vtetorytrIt VICtOrYgaIit
trIt 4f ft people against the power of cpr cprrotfC eofonIft
rotfC corporations corporationswill eoro eorowill
4 will be more than a victory tar po poiWomf H HJ poprinciples
J iWomf principles It win be a victory for foreII forePiIlsl
II 1 morality mer in public life for truth truthin truthIII truthIn
in T bIJc bUc statement RateJDeDtand and for honesty boee in inpubUc Inpbl
pbl pubUc aervioe Hundreds Hund Hundre s of o thousands of ofdoKafa otIeII
doKafa IeII perttape niHJions of dollars cJoIIarswtJl hoIIr will be betbrovfl WtIIIOw b btbaoun
tbrovfl lato this State and city c to eteo eteotfcm e1ocaay electIi
tfcm tIi day by corrupt corporaUoo to de debascb de de1Idt dothoiiot
bascb 1Idt tbeWJot tho ballot and corrupt eteetsMi eleei4e offi officiate 011daJa o oc owe ¬
ciate ciateW daJaonly c
we W whose only aim hi t to promote promotehonesty JIIDIDOte1ft promotebOussly
honesty to ii Owr omeehoMers oMceWde Ai M MtIaI impar imparrcanast ipsrof
tIaI rcanast of oftIIe the tows Ia IaW wSl depead dependiun depeadaun depeadOs
Os aun iun day von our own JaeMIK honeat ef effort eftorIf effoi
torIf foi fort acd wifl proceed PtOOeedWItb with rests repazi and ud re re8peettrr Ie Iekr res
8peettrr s kr r the law lawf9at lawt
f9at t wo e must see e to it that tboae the tnwt tnwtmarauders tritirms
marauders UId also a1 have some mpoet fur furthjf fort
thjf t law w and are not allowed te use fat fattsjf mthe
tsjf 1 election the methods of the ovtttw ovtttwU outIawad outlawt
t U knit sad the thug thugJtugliua th thJlUgllus thusiLniLy
Jtugliua Bqunlly B utlb Sanguine SanguineCinrtes San Sanguinet uine uineB
Cinrtes t ea E B Hughes tbe Republican < can cu cuno a adI
dI JIJsjsi to no less sanguine of ejection ejectiontorn elecdoBu elecdoath
torn th ts hte opponent ppo Discuastng UlilcWllltn briefly 1ytM brieflythe
the jsntiook uttOok tonight he said saidfto4a asidTleLmy
fto4a TleLmy my own personal observation observationand ob8ervaUoaaM obervatioaaiid
and atra ko fromCad from facts that I have haftt gleaned gleanedf pka4fre
f fre rontinen n with whom I have talked I am amconvtcjeed 1ftCGft am am000IeI
CGft 000IeI convtcjeed that the people of the State Stateucdertibnid Statette Statemuloemtd
ucdertibnid muloemtd the situation thoroughly thorouhly IY and andeodatos aDdtOq andthat
tOq that th y will elect melt a I Jft7 ss ssl
l eodatos soda on the Republican State ticket ticketnext ttcketnest ticketnext
next Tuesday Tuedayby by pluralities that will for fore fer ferew forcur
e ew < r rebuke re uke JQp iypocriay and deooptkm deooptkmTlter 4eoeptkszfler daallpttoaTI
Tlter TI can He benobt hxt bt of o how the tiae1lc oh ohand c ctk
1lc tk Ia 1h O o l1 ismbiIg ismbiIgr k kand
r and those th of course I do not t oax oaxWoodruff oN oNjm ro
4 wIat t tim
jm W Wodr Woodruff cinn chairman of r the it itState i9oJIn Is Ishkte
9oJIn State eesamlttee toI A sssqusBlu uIamIad h4 the thoripe theI tiNoiii1
oiii1 I
ripe Im nan m Li be e elected eie ted Tie rt wffl f have haveaa
aa 5 large iTe e a plurality urty as any other e guocewJul guocew uocesfu1
Jul ftd Republican 1tepu li candidate ever ev bad to this tMsState UaIIState thisState
State Tbat ia all I care ea to 0Max SAT SATMax y yMax
Max Ihnuten chairman of the Independ Independence IDdepeMtace independior ¬
ence ior League aue said saidjtf aNHean saidj4
jtf Heard w wta win by 20MH OSIN He K ta taas iiias isan
as certain a wtencr w a as ever appetUeH 11E lINt to tothe tot tothe
t the voter of o the State tste for support it itis ItIe IiI
is I aH U over now b IKIt the theeoantlac counting rounda of the theveto UteF thevotou
veto vetoCharles votou votouCrIes
Charles F Murphy urpIQ leader of Tammany TammanyHaH Tallu8uyn Tallu8uyThe TamanimyIiaflsaId
n HaH IiaflsaId IiaflsaIdThe said saidTbe
The entire entire Democratic ticket will be beelected BeeieeHdaext hodeoled
eieeHdaext elected next Tuesday day and New York City Citywffl CitywtII Citywlil
wffl be at the head of oft the column columnCfcainnan ootWIILcaon columnCWahan
Cfcainnan Connors of the State Demo BemocnMSe DemocoaaaIUee Democ
c cnMSe committee tsned a brief statement statementin
in which he says saysMr A7BMr sayspr
Mr Mr Hmjfhes I will come down to the theBrasty thewith thesrj
Brasty with a majority of 1SS Mr Mrwin XrHm r rIem
Hm Iem win carry corn Greater jpew w Eork by by3RMH byJ byUN
3RMH UN I r hue my lit eettraata along the thelints theHIMIIIf thehIs
lints hIs of a careful canvass and a a com complete tOmkDowJedce eomnknowledge ¬
plete knowledge of the situation The Theelection TheIIftt Theelertiss
election next Tuealay win be a Hearst Hearsttidal HearatUdal Hearsttidal
tidal wave waveItM 1rave111I ave avehiss
hiss New w York Yo Heralds forecast o ot C the thereport tee1eI thereport
report 1eI of the elections predict the else ejection eIectiea elsetics ¬
tics of s Mr Hughes by a very erj large IarejorttJr ma majorttjr a ajoefty
jorttjr It says A county ty tetais t of the Re Republican h ha Iopuhilcan ¬
publican a managers foot up 175JI0 tor torHojfces torH forHuism
Hojfces H ootaide ide of New N w York County Countywhile CosetyS
S while the figures guren FeII of the t Democratic man manaSMwshre iliaDe manzquTsIve
aSMwshre e lb the State to Hearst by 3MN 3MNTbe 1118TIle asi asiThC4iierld
TIle ThC4iierld Herald fives too State to Hushes by byCicnipalgn
1 MM3 MM3t
t Okniiiaig OKnH l > it n rsow ow On In the City CityUota CityClaar1e8 Citytb
Uota tb Charles E E Hughes the Republican RepublicancandMate Jtepublleaa1UIAtetur RepublicancandMate
candMate 1UIAtetur far governor heIIOI and William Ran Jtandotpb RandeIpIa Rand
dotpb d Hearst Ms Democratic and Inde Independence lad ladeDCace mdc5OLOUce ¬
pendence 5OLOUce League rival are now back ta tathis IIItM Inth
this th ely and the grand windup Nlup of the thecampaign thewlH thecampt
campaign will take place here Mr Mrsuffering Mru i4r i4rIs
u 18 suffering U crlrq from rein a cold coldmaf cold coldida
I maf his throat to i very sore Oth Otherwise OUierw 0therwI ¬
erwise erwI baTrinE barrta tbe fact that t he is I very veryUrtd wIUn4 verytired
tired jt e I is 1M e bysical condition eoudftlcaThere conditionTkerc
There is no teHtog te1liui wbeiber air liearet liearetwQ Ittant1fIIId MearetwI
wQ 1fIIId laJ iao up uP ui hi hI campaign ftt tonight or ortJMlMrp oriuNkp r rdebt
tJMlMrp right on until t the c eve of ofetocOon ofGeaera ofdsetIo
etocOon Generally aneaking icu Ir be h iehis te teMs 11h
Ms h own bos boM and aMOGIy only follow feDtnrs fe rvs the plans plansof pi piof plaanut
of U his raanagera when whe they suit him himMr tlmfro 1m 1mstY
Mr Hughe w wl who U not nearly sc actar a aM big bigr
M > r mumfer tar a as U 1 opfonent t nevenhcless nevenhclessis s sIsa
is Isa a ut Um man pfoysicailgr and from that thatvvnr tlaatt thatisw
vvnr isw pant t he ta coming out of the contes contest cont conttIe
t mile tIe better than Mr Hearst His H Hisdcs i8
veice dcs for one thtn tid has stood dtbe the strain strainIjeUer strainlstt
J
IjeUer 1 lstt tia Mr I ilrarV arstr m He t bgan bgan11dkbl > gan pnaud ganspeaking
speaking early today and late tonight tonighthe touItitha
he waa s at it stilL Moreover rcover he b will con conttnoe CODtfDee cont
ttnoe t the work ou Monday 0Id3 the th day da be beiape be bel bet
iape l election electionSatisfied aSatJfI1fiecl elsetlont1zhiei
Satisfied t1zhiei with UpState UpStateMr UpStnler UpStateHugbca
Mr r Huchea Ii backers seem an to to t be highly highlyc ht5hlYed biablred
c ttfied ed wO the work be has doaepar doaeparrigeJarly donepararb pr prieJatar1
rigeJarly arb upState where he was known knownbut Iaaowrbut knoribut
> but few f W whon w we he was nominated uu uuackers Ulaackers i iMurker
Murker ackers are looking look na for a tremendctw tremendctwrlurality tTflMtM tremeudc c cIurdty e erlurJIty
rlurality In that section They also assort assortHughes ass assertUughes rt rtHughee
Hughes will carry Brooklyn Richmond Richmondknd RIehmjndind Riehxnnikid
kid Queens Q boroughs I which arc parts par of ofthf ofI
I thf Greater City but if be does s he will willicoraptisb willmptitda winI
I icoraptisb mptitda acmething c thlag that no n other oth < r gu gucrnatoriat gutad21 gurnati3l
> crnatoriat tad21 candidate has done since lnce con conf ronfUdatfOD eonIidadon
Hdaticn f went t Into effect effectIn e ein edectIn
In 1616 IS Ao Alt tutt5u ttu3 Van Wytk Wr cl j the theratIc ENn5o ENn5otratlc D mo moral
tratlc ral candidate who was wa au defcatod fer ferrovernor fe fewernor fewernor
wernor by Tlwsodcre TheodG re Ronsevt R Roneev4i 08lvttt carried carriedhe carriedhe tWindie
he greater reatev tCl city which had Just ust bf 1w brn brnstabEahed n nstablUAed nstablaMd
stablUAed by b GOOC10 0f each P8 h borough boroughumtnc re reuintng
> urnhig a plurality for him Coler cot l the thef theicratIc j jr
r f rnocratlc caiidldato > in 130i l topped to d this thisWide thisCOln11JD thisCOflVED
COln11JD ON 0 FOt1tTJl PAGE PAGEhl PaEic1e
Wide hl ic1e Boafi floarths i 92 Per 100 ft ftLumber ftLumber ftLumber
Lumber Trust Broken BrolrcnLibbey DrokenIbbey
4 Libbey Co 6th st SL and N Y are
I WEATHER FOro6ST FOro6STFor FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the theDistrict District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Co1umbiarlaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Delaware DawareIair DawareIairtoday Fair Fairtoday Fairtoday
today increasing cloudiness tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrow light Atfinds finds mostly mostlynortherly mosUynortherly mostlynottherly
northerly northerlyHERALD northerlyHERALD nottherlyHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPOLITICAL SUMMARYPOLITI1L SUMMARFOLITIIIIL
POLITICAL POLITICALIage POLITI1L POLITI1LParte FOLITIIIILPage
Page ParteiBoth Page1Both
iBoth 1 Both SIdes Ma ll1e e flstravasant uava travasant aAt Claims Claimsin CIaIIDsIn claimsin
in New York YGr YGrIDick YorkiDick
1 IDick DJck Men Will Bolt Burton BUrtcm4EuropeInterted Burton4Europe
4 4EuropeInterted 4Europe Europe Interested in New York Con Contest ContaL Contaa
test taL4ljght taa taa4Fight
4 4ljght Wgiit on Bosses Bo es in Rhode Island lalaxdS II1udiUlsbCommls IslandgFlsh
S iUlsbCommls gFlsh Pish Commissioner don r Bowers Exoner Exonerated ExODClated jxorated ¬
ated atedS ated5B6th atedbBoth
S 5B6th bBoth Both Sides Confldeiit Conftd t in Maryland MarjlaadTELEGRAPHIC MaTJaadTELEGRAPIJIC MarylandTELBORAPIIIC
TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHIC1Battle TELEGRAPIJIClDattLa TELBORAPIIICiiatue
1Battle Ship Virginia Seriously SeIi1MIII Dim Dantged Da DaAred Dimaged
aged ged in Collision CoUlstonlPlunge Cohlla4on1PIun
1 lPlunge 1PIun Plunge Down Mine Shaft SItftJo Jo Death DMtkIMotorman Dath1Motonnan
1 IMotorman Motorman of Atlajtite A Atlajtti City Train TisalaCaljed TMiaeatied TrainCalled
Called a Hero Herorv1Vor Hero3Sttrthior
3 3Sttrthior Siirvlvor rv1Vor ot Florida Storm S n l Saved SavedIa ved vedMag
3 Mageon Mag Ia on Again Warns Cubaus CubausFORBIGW Ca CaFOREIGN CabissFOREIC
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Liberate LlberaJeLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALSrEsntorer LOCALJ LOGALixpIorer
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2 Mrs rs Alexanders JexJmde s Gi Gn Gras4ehlldren dchJklre See Seeto Se kto iekI
to Clear N Na Nadmea9PrIao te mea meaSKPrl
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SKPrl 9PrIao Pr w Henry Wift VTU Arrhro rm Today TotIQ1t1tft1 T4ayIMulbailidatbewa TodayiMHfbmllMathew
iMHfbmllMathew 1t1tft1 lMatttewa Case m lit Hands Er of ofPoUoe ocloUce ofrelics
relics Board BoanlitcJaMdrtlla Bonrd4tlSXiiIdt1pLa
5 AJeitaadrten Run Over Overby by Car carUNul trUNational
11 UNul NaOoml Guard Controversy Cotttto8rqsrOUTISG Snde SndeSPORTING hndsSPORTING
SPORTING SPORTINGSt srOUTISGS4ReuI SPORTINGS4ReSUIta
St S4ReuI Results l of Football Racing belli and andOther aDdOtJler andOther
Other Sporting Events EventsWHITE E EvontgWRITE fnt fntWRITE
WRITE HAMMA IN HEAVEN HEAVENi HEAVENCbl1drenor HEAVENChildren
i Children Cbl1drenor of Atlantic City Cft Victims VictimsSend VlctlinaSeu4 Jetlmll JetlmllSenti
Send Touching Pica PicaAtlantic PJcaAtlantscttty PleaAUantkdty
Atlantic Atlantscttty 6ty N XJ J Nov NoyIA 3A A letter ad addrcsaed ad add addramed
drcsaed d to Mamma Mamma in Heaven came camejtn cameIn cameIn
jtn In the mail 1 bag strom from Philadelphia PhU ptata last lastnight JatJlislat ipotalgiL
night It contained in a childish setuwl setuwltho KhLwlthe ctzwlthe
the message messageDear eageDMr messageDear
Dear Mamma amma please come and see seeyour BeeOar meyour
your bo boys and bring papa too We pray prayfor iM1tyfor prayfor
for you JOSIE JOSIEGEORCIE JOSIEGEORCIEDICK GEORGIE GEORGIEDICK
DICK MEN TO BOLT BURTON BURTONi BURTONOharge BURTONCharge
i Charge of Treachery Angers An e5 Friends Friendsof FI1endsof Friendsof
of the Ohio Senator SenatorFiplit Senator SenatorFiJbt SenatorFight
Fight Started in State tatc Convention In InCarried 1ftCarrJcd 1 1Carried
Carried Into I o Cleveland District D DiotrictUflI Districtand lItrlct lItrlctIIml
and Ilrcaks red 8 Ont Afresh AfreshCleveland AfreshClselaad re h hCJeftJMd
Cleveland Now No S I LApry Angry because of te tbec thechore
charge c eftrwcbery et uactaerj made m de by Gongraesnvm GongraesnvmBnvtfn Cottgrf Cottgrfnat CosgyessijtBestOn
nat a Friday 1 the tM tIi Imiej of UM US UStor Seas Senator SeastOr
tor Dick faction of the R RepubtkPn pubNcpa party partyj putyGl partyb
b j thsmenttrty thmewatht out opeHTy Hn Hntheir btheir
their Hfil t m Bttton D a ad wM VMt t to toticket tM tMtJek4 thaUekEt
ticket UekEtilieretofote t tIlIaret N NHeretofore
Heretofore IlIaret for the Dick men have conducted conducteda cODlhle cODlhlecampatp
a a gumshoe campaign against aA RSt Burton Burton who whohad wIaod whod
had d aroused d their ire by opposing Diek Diekat Diekat DIeka
at at a the Sfete St canvenMen and when Burton Burtonon Burtonn Burtonon
on n Fridajr Pddayeisargefl TebrgetJ ebargea treachery tr trracharxln acht In the tbetnriT tbetnriT1a party ptrCysaytng partyonyin
saytng onyin 1a there were W grumbling and booing booingtbe hopiItgthe hopingthe
the ticket would be defeated d eftted th the DIck Dfcknten DIckn1ela Dickmen
men revolted revoltedThey revoltedT revoltedThey
They T had said that they would net eon eontribute COIttrtte eontribute
tribute to his success by voting for Mm Mmand IIItnUtI himnod
and had declared their intention of stay stayIng yaway stn stnlug
lug away from the polls but today they theyannounced Uleyan theyannounced
announced an that they would ouid vote 0 tbe Dem Democratic DeIIaocrauc Donuic ¬
ocratic ic ticket ticketV ticketV ticketV
V C Taylor was the first one of o the theDick UteDIck theD4ck
Dick supporters pperun to bait He hosed tesvadstatement a astate astatement
statement state Mat in which be crltfefcted crltldcteCIINUDIeI Use Usemanner themanner
manner hi which the county campaign ca 6 to toconducted isand 16conducted
conducted and charged c that the brewers brewersare Drevmare brewsare
are backing bacld tbe light He said that the iheliquor 1IaeUquor theliquor
liquor IRter Interests t helped the Burton Repub Republicans RfpuItIIcau RepublIcan ¬
licans start the agitation tatlon for tbe ousting oustingof oU8t oU8tof
of Senator Dick from Ohio politics and andthat MRdthat mindthat
that it was the time for hie friends to act actHe actHe actHe
He denounced the t Burton moneyless moneylesscampaign moMTleacampattn moneyIesacampaign
campaign as a fraud fraudWEAVERS traadWEAVERScWANT fraudWEAVERS
WEAVERS WEAVERScWANT WANT MORE PAY PAYFall PAYJ1nU PAYFall
Fall lllver Textile Council Demands
10 Per Cent Increase IncreaseFall IncrenNeFall IncreasePall
Fall River Mass M Sfov o ov iThe Tbe Fall FallRiver FallRlyer fl flRiver
River TexUI Council has made a request requestof requestof ue ueoC
of tHe t t1 manufacturers Jll utadurera for an advance a rancc of ofH ofII ofper
H per cent ia wages the schedule in invogue iRvecue inVone
vogue Vone prior to IMS The request we wethan WM WMIIIOIe wonmends
mends IIIOIe than a fortnight for t ago but butnot Id Idiaot
not leak out until this afternoon U It1mCIentood itb itbunderit IB IBunderstood
understood underit the manufacturers have ba made madesome 1M4Ie1IIe modesome
some 1IIe reply y which will be presented at atthe attile atthe
the meeting ee probably hably on Monday lo londa night nightRepresentatives n nightIteproseaatlve t tltepreee
Representatives ltepreee taUvee of the operatives base basetheir baet1lflr basetheir
their request on the large earnings ean of the tbemills theInS themills
mills InS aa shown by y the extra dividends re recently re recen icccotb
cently cen declared larecL Twentyave Tw ntave thousand thousandPeople thoiPeople thousandpeople
people are effected by the action actienot o of the tbetextile t txUh thetextile
textile xUh coundj COUIJJURY conTlp conTlpJ1LRY t tJURY
JURY OF WOMEN WOMEN TO TRY CASE CASEChlcnso OASECJriCI1O CASEChicagO
ChicagO Jud Judge rc Thro Throw vs Up Ilnndn IlnndnOver 1I111ulllOcr hlamudsOser
Over Glotlienlinc Quarrel QuarrelChicago QUlrrelChkaso QuarrelCideao
Chicago Nov 3 3Jud Judge ravcrly Caverl before beforewhom be beforewhom ore oreborn
whom born a clothesline dot IJe1IIItne quarrel was being beingtried beingttid beingtried
tried today tcta threw up his hands in IndespeJr IndespeJras despair despairas
as both women insisted upon pon talking at atthe atthe atthe
the same time and he could make itettber itettberbead Jicitberhe341 ileitberheo4
bead nor tall of the mess messSo 11 11So manSm
So Sm he derided decld to to1llft summon summits ft a Jury of oftwelve oft oftWelve
t twelve he women for November Mr 12 to hoar hoarthe IIIJIUthe hoarthe
the case It will be the first time in the thehistory theblstory thehistoryof
history historyof of the city that t t a Jury entireiyef entireiyefwomen ftItk1i7 ndryowomen c cW01RE11
women has been assembled atble4 legally to try tryan tryan tryan
an tsu 1 Iduo Uf and l court attaches are sniffing sniffingIhely sntmD sntmDInly antlThngihey
Ihely tunes timf1 ahead aheadSt aheadDie aheadflies
Die flies nl tge JC or to toSf 104 104St
St Ijuis Nov 3 3wt 3W1WOJI WlUlfim Gre Groer who whowas wh whUI whas
was UI born on November XW mber Si 1 I J3C9 j3 in Ken Kentucky KeRI Kentueky ¬
tucky til lw died d d yestewtoy eMeftbI on n the farm on onwhich onwhkh onwieh
I
which he h settled > ttl wben he Mixtytwo came here heresixtytwo her herxtytW
sixtytwo xtytW yrarjj 11J ago ft He FI cast bia list ftrsti
i I vte te tor Andrew A 4r Jackson for f or President I PresidentTee re klentTen
Ten years y n ftP be and his wife wtf > celebrated celebratedtheir criPbratfdtheir celebratedtheir
their sixtyseventh wedding eddlnciIlJlun aitnfoercary aitnfoercaryi mmherrazyThlJ1a1
i lVIIIIsni iIlJlun McDnnlcl JJ Dnnlel Is Dead Deadi DendFredM1tksbug BendFrederkksburg
i Fmlericksburg Vs Y Nov kWillfain LWllMain LWllMainMtDnile1 WWfam WWfamkDnlH
j ilcDaftlel kDnlH I a i magiftttt trat of Kta X1t1g George GeorgeBounty t orj orjVtmt ore oreotmt
Bounty Vtmt to dead HI t hid home near imrThdex imrThdexthat Index Indexthat I1 JPxth
that th t oooaty aged seventythree se ntyth years yearsHis y yHis yearHis
His widow and a number of children sur survl survlc aurie
vl vlc c him himI MiiiMoi
I Moi Io t effective e1t ctic Floral Ilornl Decorations Decorationsar
ar designed by Shaffer 14th and L Low Lowprices LowJ Locpricer
prices pricersi
si 125 J t jo to t Baltimore 1aJtimore flaltirnorcand and Return ReturnVia ReturnVia etnrn etnrnja
Via ja Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Railroad eve evex 3afw 3afwi Srda
day da and Sunday All AUreguJar regiHar regu1artralg trains ex excts exc cxcept
I c cept Pt the C Jngreselonnl Llrnit d Tick TickI Tickts
I cts ts good 00 to t rcturu until Sunday iny night
MRS PEARY HERE HEREPROUD HEREPROllD
PROUD OF HUSBAND HUSBANDWife
Wife of Explora Reaches ReachesHome Re Rcc1icsRome ches chesHome
Home Tired but Happy HappyDOUBTS HapPJDOUBTS IappyfloU1is
DOUBTS MOTHER TRIAL TRIALHears TRIALHears RIAL RIALHears
Hears that Vessel V ecsel Was as Damaged Damagedby DamagelJ Daiuagelby
by J Ice While in Arctics ArcticsHomeward ArcticsUOn1enarC ArcticsUonteunrd
a
Homeward UOn1enarC Voyage OTnge an I i Incessant IncessantBattle tuce iucesirtntBattle lIaut lIautBattle
Battle vrith Storms torm and Head HeadWinds lIelldVlndsLleutenaut headWindsLieutenant
Winds VlndsLleutenaut Lieutenant Likely to Iteaoh IteaohWashington Itenohntllhlngton ItenchWnshul
Washington Wnshul gton Within ltbln Two WecHs WecHs3Voiv WeeIsMentioned Veelj Veelj01T
3Voiv 01T Mentioned l1t1on d to Succeed Sneee d Admiral AdmiralBndicott AchnlralEhuUcnttSclcntistJl AulmirniIhnd1cott5Ientistn
Bndicott EhuUcnttSclcntistJl Scientists Pleased Ph4I1ed Ph4I1edn PlrisedNra
Mrs n Peary wife ie of the explorer look looked 1ooted loore ¬
ed ed e tired tired but supremely happy when soon saonhut SQ9nlut soonIst
hut night at the t home of her slstwIn slstwInfew slstarlnMiss astorInlaw
few Miss Josephine Jo ne Peary Fear of 2014 Twelfth Twelfthstreet Twlr Twelfthattest h hstIIeet
street northwest t just after arriving from fromNew fruniNew rom romNew
New York Yorkwhe where she had hoard the news newsof newsoC ncw ncwof
of hr husbands achievement achievementAim achievementZEn hlevelMfttinJ
Aim inJ PUT e1L17 received a dispatch saying sayingthat 3lngUIat rayingthat
that the explorers s boat ws s damaged by bytee 11 11Ioe byice
tee during Its stay in the Arctic tJc region regionTHd regfNM regfNMThe regltmorho
The dispatch vrm v was dated da from fro IIopodaH IIopodaHLabrador Uo UoLabnH 1IopodejeLabrador
Labrador or and DelH8mewanl says saysftenwvard onyslmewaxd
ftenwvard voyage voPS an lqes Incessant Inca ut battle boktlowJtfe batUnwttlt battlewith
with leu Jw storms and hgndwlads Propeller Propellerdamaged PropenercItuntlge4 Propellerdamaged
damaged cItuntlge4 and progrw PIOlI very slow Waiting Waitingtore Waitinghere WaIhInihere
here for coal from trot wail steamer eT HaTh Havono HaYeDO HaThno
no anxiety Expect wire 1re from Chateau ChateauBay Chat ChatSa ChatenOhay
Bay Sa Ant perfectly rleeUT welL weltI
I cannot possibly tell when I will bear bearfrom beerfrom hearfim
from my husband hUllha again j i4i0 be said Id It Itmay ItIMY Itmay
may be tonight and perhaps not for tordays t fordays r rdays
days or even w weeks ka I have no Idea Weaeven Ideaeven 9A 9Aneat
even where w re be is now H lie may mt be at atHopedate atHopodaJe ittHopodila
Hopedate or be may maY be on his way to toSydney toSdM toSydney
Sydney
Proud Pro ld of Achievement AchievementOf
Of course I am giati and proud to tolearn te1MIll tolesra
learn of oC1lls his nchter aclt achley4memat meat t but I am glad gMMIdeal gJIMJdeat gladdust
deal of all to knew kD w that be is on his I TN TNhome wRV wRVhome 11 11home
home safe and sound That is Ute Utedpal prin principal priwclimi ¬
cipal tiring to me I cannot any at this thistime t1IIaUDJe thisUme
i time whether he wilt ever make another anothertry anot14ortry tater tatertry
try for the pole It will 111 be be time unougfa unougfato umoughto
to think of that later on onI onI
1 I am glad that he planted the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can flag Aa farther north D than it has ever everbeen eNreAn1ed erabeii
been carried before helerefartber beLeiefrtherOther farther than a SR SRother y yother
other flag ha has been carried by the rep repneeaMtUve repanmutIve p pdYe
neeaMtUve dYe of any oUiar nation nationIf uUoftHU BOUOILJf
HU If be sboHtd make ke toh chI an effort Mrs MrsFeary Mrorh3T N NPearT
Feary would yon JeUbe ea be likely to aoootnpaar aoootnpaarhim a aononupaayhim P8W P8WI
him again prhirv T wig aaked aakedI Mk ankedI
I I baf < dy ty febric so was wa the reply ItIPIttaet tn tnfiwt Infast
fast taet I h latdl s4hr think hte c that cjth elthsr r of ue 18WS usdh uewW
wW vantwfre T into UM arctic reboot rebootagain r roglonsgphi tJone tJoneap
again ap gphi W 1 We ne growing 1ag old and andwe we f have havetwo bavetwo hamtwo
two children bUdr who require our care aro and andsupervision ndNe amidsupervision
supervision No I guess the Veutemnt Veutemntand UeuteMntwill Uevtenantwm
will u hare So stay bm JI W and mimi tntortthe nIIGItua mimithoWdei
the thoWdei gWW Mrs trs Pary iMJUetl adtlet IiLIeJ with wllhitw > a alaugh
laugh itw
Incorrectly Qnofed Qnofedm Qnof Quoidmema ci
11 mema 1 cJ 11050 llO flGthr flGthri flGthrcoatihued
i llO1Ni 1Ni 1Nicoouted
m eontBMd tbere were were 40 4oonm > Z K of ofthem ortMm ofthem
them after att me in I New W York and amadevea even fm on onL ontrain onIhe
Ihe L train they lh hw 1DfIJst4d Inst4 ted that I IlI should talk talkthem talkt talkto
t to them I bad absolutely nothing t lac t tt tQ tQt tothI
t thI Il them but that did not seem to met mettr mater t tAnd
tr er And some of O them put such foolish foolishwords too tooiord foolishvords
words iord In my mouth Why VIQ one oWe of then thenmad ttMntfDR thanmad
mad me nay MY that I w c sure that my myhusband myhusband r rbubancl
husband would some day R7rtllck reach U the th pole poleJust poI1oJut poleJust
Just as if I would ever make such an anabsurd anaJ anabsurd
absurd aJ atat atatr statement statementI
I want our boy to be f the ho first of i the thefamily 1MfaR thefamily
family faR I to congrattihue Ulate his father on his hisachievement Illsachievement hisachievement
achievement A As to the details of the thetrip thotrip thetrip
trip aH that I could give you yoi would wouhJtUft b bmere be bemere
mere conjecture tUft I think though that thatowing thatewtJt thatowing
owing ewtJt to the damaged gecl propeller of the theRoosevelt tbeRoo theRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo and the fact that they theyal8 are go gofrs goHag gog
frs g to wait at Hopedale for coal that I Imay 1mle Ihave
may have a long stay ay in New Ne Brunswick BrunswickIf DrunswkkIt
If I find it practicable fK I may join my myHusband myIa amyhusband
Husband Ia at Chateau Bay Ba a point about aboutHI aboutmIIu aboutmiles
HI mile farther fartb r Math than Sidney I Ibav 1bav Ibavent
bav bavent s ent t a message se to Chateau Bay with withinstructions withinstructions ith ithhastrueUons
instructions to have it repeated repe ted at all allpoints aUpoIntl allpoints
points along aJoa the Labrador La ra40r coast eoestSo ao tbat tbatit tbatIt thatif
it my husband should touch at any point pointhe pointbe pointhc
he will be sure to get et tbe message messageI
1 am very much obliged to The Herald Heraldtor Heraldfor Heraldftn
for Its kind wishes w and ogratuhtUons eoratUltltioMand coratuatlonsand ogratuhtUonsand
and only wish that I bad some real new newto De Det neu neuto
to t tell t U you o
Always rn18 the Cold ColdComparing ColdComlMUin ColdComparing
Comparing < Arctic travel with explora exploration exploraUoo explorathou ¬
thou in the U tropic of South America or orAfrica orAfrl orAfrica
Africa Afrl a Mrs M ra Peary said Of O the two I Ishould Ioukl Ishouid
should much mlb prefer pre tile former lit I Ione > the thetropics thehopl
tropics hopl one must at suffer all kind of of4ngers ofera ofngers
4ngers ngers era and hardship In the North NorthIWire NorthWiile1e Northala1
Wiile1e IWire is but one onothe the cold and that may maybe m1 m1Ie mtybe
be overcome by proper percautlonE percautlonEIn
In Kplte of her remark about growing growingold 11Ot1ncold growbugoki
old Mrs tre PoinT y impresses on who whO gees geesher seesher eeoher
her for the first tftae as a young woman womanand womanand womanand
and one of tIt than ordinary strength strengthof
of body and mind mia And when bet she he spoke apokoof spokeof poko pokoof
of her husbands butlbud Jtomfconiing h 1Inc her face facelighted faeeIt facelighted
lighted It ht with an expression expre s1o of 4 f wifely affec affection IIfC IIfCtJon efftloiu ¬
tion that made lDC e her look very youthful In Indeed indeed Intieod ¬
deed deedMrs tieodMrs
deedin
Mrs Pears win wUlatart start at t once for New NewBrunswick icewBrunswick W WrunSltek
Brunswick runSltek to met hr husband Sb She will willtalc W11t8 willtake
talc t8 take h her r son along alongHAY aJoDIYLAY alangNAY
HAY BE HOME IN TEN DAYS DAYSi DAYSPresident DAYSPre DAYSPresident
i
President Pre ldent of Peary Peur Arctic Club Tell TellBoston Tellor Tellsof
or JlefHI1c JlefHI1cBo 3leMsngcpostoii
Boston Bo tOll Mass 101 Nov ov s r message me5SftgftOOftSNtulatJop of ofcongratulation ofcotigratolatfon
congratulation was received by Her Herbert 11evlert ¬
bert 1 L L BrWsaman 1deman who got the thefirst i itint ike1kM
first news M from Commander Commanderfrom Penn Pennfrom
from Prof Uetlprin enPrm the noted notedscientist not notednut d dIclen
scientist Iclen nut of Yale y Yai congratulating tulallng the ex explorer exJIrer oxplorer ¬
plorer on his achievement Ik b vement Mr rr Bridge Bridgeman Brldsehas liridgeopin
man has sent out a message to all points pointson pelntaon pointson
on on the Labrador const ro t conveying to the thecx thoetxer theexjdorer
cx txer exjdorer larer a million congratulatlonB congratulatlonBMr on 1JaUons 1JaUonsMr
Mr Pfun p n may ama come e home In ten l 11 days daysor daysor daysor
or lees unid Mr r Brldgomnn who Is iasefmtSr Isiy Isrf14E7
sefmtSr rf14E7 iy of tHe t Pary P ary Arctic rctIe Club ClubHe ClubHE ClubHe
He can take the Roosevolt down to to
S Sydney > dn dnf > > y from Ifopednle and from there theretake theretake theretake
take a tram tnJu wnHrh whJirob111 will land fdh fdhthirtysix nfin 1 here her lD In
thtrtyfilx l mx hours after he boards it There
is really re lly nothing further to add except excepttbat exccIMt
tbat t I have Just jt1 t received a telegram from fromth looml fromthe
th l the noted Scottish ot b explorer VHliam Wtflla
Br BWe e of Edinburgh in which wh l1 he Mty sende u mit1 mit1hiaiti
hhtrty ty congratwlatioas f tt tioD OK Oommauder OommauderI ComtJIutl ComtJIutlI Omnauir1er
lO6mi I ACh achievenof achievenofJ 4 t tI
I feel f it would be useless to add addanything addaaytllng addapytthtg
anything to th t tlIegrnn I gnrnj I received from
Mr Peary Itsiwaks It speaks ttr f r Itself ltsQlrThe The part
U tut t tells of the eating of dogs Is Isuiiough Isuiioughto a onough onoughtd WIOug 1 1t4
td show the bttrd hardships hips he endured I am amglad amglad amglad
glad ha reached that far north Just be beJIagrertys beJlagerts bemi
mi mijlngertymc
JIagrertys Tarcrn opens 4 A jr jrEverything r r1te IVerythIngtha
Everything 1te VerythIngtha tlalng th tha naesL ft t 2G23M 202 2O2Hi1tst 1 Wtlrat l at nw nwBurns nwB nwBlii
Burns B Blii ii s Half Ualftlequantfty tbe tb Quantity 1ntft of tfri8 tfri8Oft f Gns GnsOft lrsOftA
Oft OftA hot water Ti Ql h1kutor ator tor The best Dera Derapstratiora D DempstrttIera m mrstnUc
> pstratiora rstnUc s m ItH that it at ±
I
fore I got tho Peary telegram I got one onefrom OMfrom onefrom
from S Sam ra Bartlett formerly the captain captainof captsJnor captainor
or the Windward and the Diana He Is Isrelated Isrelated I Irelated
related to Capt Bartlett of tito Roose Roosevelt Rooevelt RooseveiL ¬
velt and also to Moses lose8 Bartlett th thmato the thtmato themate
mato of the Roosevelt The Bartlett tel telegram telegram telegram ¬
egram said they had heard from Moses Mosesand Moocsand Moaesand
and that the Roosevelt waa at Hopedale Hopedaledamaged HOpOOaldamased Hopodaicdamaged
damaged Just J t about the th time I got home homeI
I found the Peary telegram telegramThe tel telegramThe gnlm gnlmThe
The news that Commander Posy whi whihas whhas whehas
has been long m In the th Arctic regions had hadreached lmdreached hadreachetl
reached farthest north created lively Itw4yinterest J JIntorest livelyinterest
interest here and a great rest reception will willawait wUAwalt willawait
await him when Wh 1 he rattirns While Whll Mr MrPearly MrP MrPearly
Pearly P rly failed to reach r clt the pole pol h he got gotnearer got11earer gotnearer
nearer 11earer to It by thirty thlrtyod odd miles mU than any anyother anyother anyethel
other explorer explorerWIRES explorerWIRES explorerWIRES
WIRES PRESIDENT JESSUP JESSUPM JESSUPMessage
M Message 1 Hag4 > from Peary Pear Indicates ndleAtc lie ITcWill lievi1l
Will 1111 Return Re urn to Arctic Zone ZoneLenosc ZoneIeaox ZoneIuox
Lenosc Ma Mans fall Nov Irtorrltl Morris K l Jet Jcssup J Jup Jetsup
sup up president IIre ldmt of the Peary Arctic rctlc Club Clubreceived Clubr Clubrouueved
received r h the following dispatch aleb from fromCommander froMComJmU1dcr fromCommander
Commander Poetry this thl afternoon The TheInterpretation TheInterptccaUen TheInterpretation
Interpretation of this meNage is that tUatPeary tbtPeary thatPeary
Peary intend to repair rt lr the Roosevelt Rooaevolttake ROOMveittake Roosevelttake
take on aupplkv 8UpI and return for the questot questoh quest questof
of oh the th pole The telegram t leSnt read readSteamer retdtSteamer readuuSteamer
Steamer Roosevelt now here repair repairlag repelrIngruUer repairlag
I lag IngruUer rudder and stern wra taking ballast 1Iul and amiawaiting aDIawaIting andawilting
awaiting arrival mail 1 ateaKr to secure securecoal lteCurei lteCureibitt securecoal
coal bitt Return Ret m voyage e mceseant lnee Mnt struggle strugglewith stnggleth strugglewtth
with th ic Ice to Cape York September SeptemberThen S3 S3Then 36Th
Then Th ft storm and head winds to Labrador Labradorcoast LabradorCORst Lebradorcoast
coast CORst October Octoh < It 1 CauSed away awa two rude rudders rudeI rudedeolS rodders ¬ I
ders stern st rn post mot and two blades of pro propeller propeller propelter ¬
peller foretop mast and spanker boom boomIxwt boom1408t boomLost
Lost one boat tot burned all coal and somj aon aonInterior I IInterior
Interior beams Using wood and blubber blubberalong bhaitLeralong blubberalong
along the coast Expect F t to communicate communicateagate oommunlrate1111I communicateagain
agate 1111I from f Chateau Return R unt will be slow slowbut MWbut slowbut
but have no anxiety for our safety tot 1 and andgive anc1IJtv andg1vm
give IJtv no credence to t exaggerated agerat reports reportsRooMvelt rportIROOHVIt reportsRooavelt
RooMvelt Is retumtmr this year for addi additional IIddlUfUt1 addiUmmtI ¬
tional supplies and for repairs Several Severalton Seeraltor Severaltor
tor of whale meat tnealdol dog food tltltrowtJ foodthrownawy tltltrowtJa thrown thrownaway
away a 3 last 18 tail after afC r poisoning poI a number numberof numberof Bmbeof
of dog dep Other supplies lout by the thebraattng t tbrM thebrsnkmg
braattng brM nlf oflce of Ice In April PJBARY PJBARYTH PJURYTIM ARY ARYTa
TH TIM metsago 8IeNa watr sent ttotn Hopedale HopedaleLalmdor HOiJ1jdaIeLalarador HOidIeLabrador
Labrador to Twllilmjxte N F FCALL FGALL PCALL
CALL DEAD MOTORMAN HERO HEROWomen HERITt HERITWomen HEROWomen
t
Women Testify that He Tried to toStop toStop toStop
Stop Illfated Dl ated Train TrainStlterlt TrainSisters
Sinter on Deck D cle k of Boat Anchored AnchoredNear Anchoredenr Doh red red1ear
Near enr Bridge dtJl y 1hen hen Cars Ilun IJunge IJungeInto llungeinto c cInto
Into Creek rcek Describe Scene SceneAUanUc SceneAtIudc SceneAtlantic
Atlantic Chjr N X J Nec wr IfcTrnvt Mo MotonMui M Mtermaaii 1 1erJftUI
tonMui Waiter Walt Scott died a there h nt his hispost 118 118Oft
post on the lyscihtd s0he4 sHctrle train last lastSunday laetSUtItIay metfluadmuy
Sunday was prso t of d by Alary M I7PIUtAllh I7PIUtAllhrtba HasNtmfll and andMartha andrtha
Martha rtba HamiNMU i who toW Coroner Goe Goektll eo1dIt Ga Gakilt >
kilt today they were within l a few feet of ofthe otUte ofU
the U tram when bell It heft she M IIi rs11 and they theysaw tbeTJr theyasw
saw Jr Scott bawtUng the fever ler er r to put putbreaks putbNak8 putbreaks
breaks on the he train He lIe had plenty of oftime oCUIWe ofthise
time to jump The women were en the tbeAeefc thet the1eel
Aeefc t of a boat anchored m lit th the t tr Thewottgh Thewottghfara Tba egh eghfare
fare r less than a hundred yaods s from rem this tbebridge t thisbrkff e e8rkVe
bridge when the train craaiio4 town and andiged andpIvied Del Deli
i 1IIIed iged overboard overboardwomen OYMtaaanlTtie overheardTc
Ttie Tc women bad returned U te tbjlr home hometo hom homiR homela
to gloueeater G3ousester City ctt where tines 5 TCW weZ lo located 10 10eatet hoeated ¬
cated teday by the eraser Bo lJe4Ia lJe4IaInt4 Doh fc bunt buntwreck lastkits
i kits t ies n tt19 riW 44e aWw a oCtito oCtitowreek oftlnwreck
wreck and MaSi Ma Mathe the he oMetv le > x4 slok k from fronjum tro troJ fromnes
um u 0IIOCLJ hotlt J Vhc e < Jr I r wflT wli wliMy iftpeo iftpeobor pA1
bor Monday I tofcHe to I te testimony before Wortttory tbs tbsToSrstory theatory
ToSrstory tory beers bM out outBrIgeender t XRo L MtaUewntof MtaUewntofBrtdpeJendVr r tnr tnrr
BrtdpeJendVr r Stewart that the t train wa warurtntag IntI IntIru wirudning
rurtntag ru at full speed when It struck 1Uck the thedraw tMaraw thedraw
draw drawThey
arawntey
They say sa hat speed was not t slackened slackenedhi ckeDed ckeDedIn
In the l least and the forwawl car struck struckwith strudtWtUl stramicwith
with a crack like an n explosion as it ran ranOn railnth rann
On nth n th the draw They were watching lie ap approach apo aporroaeit uppreach ¬
preach and 4Itd it i hi said N saw w Scott t plain plainly plahlb plainly ¬
ly They t he remained tmtadmg sad amivm sadwon 1 1VU
vm VU won not aqu thrown th down b It > the shock bjit bjitremained bJ bpeuiaMed t
remained reuNlbwdPrtvlT bnv huively ly at hIP post and was wasstill wassun wagatm
still working brayMy br J to stop wn the ti train trainwhen ln lnwhen
when Wbe1t It went down dowaieftber downehtha
Neither ehtha woman couM cutd throw any aD light IhjhtOn lightOn lighten
On the cause of the accident t but their theirstory theirIrtOri theirmtOr
mtOr story that the t torward ear Jumped high highIn
in the air bear out the theory of tbe tbecoroner tbeCOlOllft thecoroner
coroner that the wheels hit tile mi mipiaced mta mtapIaeecI misplaced
placed lock rail that threw t H clear of ofUt6 ofthe
the track tracki track1J track1Jb uaekuKING
i KING b G GIVES GIVESBRIDE BRIDE GIFT GIFTWedding GIFTYec1dlu3 GIFTWeuld1n
Wedding Weuld1n of 3Ii 3hlss IiH N Mary Bentinck and anilSir ontlJlr and3m
Sir 3m John Ford Event of London LondonLondon LouiJoDLondon LondonLondon
London London Nor No 3 3MI Miss s Mary Bentlnrk Bentlnrkdaughter B8nllftkda Bontinedaughter
daughter da bter of Mr Mrs George Bentinck and a aniece anltee anie
niece of Mrs Ogden Mllte 1111 was married marriedtoday IMrrledtodw marriedtodey
today to John Ford son of the late Sir SirCltt SirClara
i Clare Cltt Ford Many fashionable London LoRdoera Londonera Londoner ¬
er era attended the ceremony and the theyoung theoun theyoung
young oun couple pM received ed a great WAry 1n T val valnable Vitluablt viiuzahie
nable wedding prevents nts including l a din diamond dtAmond dinmend ¬
mond necklace > which was wa presented ted to toi totb tothe
i th tb bride by King Kln Edward EdwardMrs EdWArdJIIrs Edwardhire
Mrs Maturin aturlll Livingstone Uv Uvb2gutone ipt of 9 9C X New NewYork w wYork
York Yorit gnuMtMother er of or th thfl bride brId ha baq set settled wtt1e4 jettied ¬
tied an annual Ui income i of Se SeFord 16oW 10 on Mrs MrsFard IrsJl8
Ford a P h hor wedding W gift giftChapel sftChapel girtChapel
Chapel Royal King James Palace in inwhtefe n nhi nwhich
which hi the ceremony took place laoe waa filled filledwith SlUedwith IfliedWith
with prominent people and a very etY Ur aar iare iareerOwd re rerrowd f frroWd
rrowd of members m mbent of society Meleh attended attendedthe aueniletNJCepUon attenlOdthe
the reception subsequently tcld cM by the thebrides thebrldes thebrides
brides motiter motiterTbo mol motiwrTI Mt MtTl
Tbo Tl groom is the secretary of the Brit British Brttlah Bnitlab ¬
lab Embassy Em at ConAtxntiwople Con8tanuo and aDdformerly WRY WRYformerly s sformerly
formerly attached to the British Embassy Embassyat
at Washington WashingtonTWO W WashingtonTWO ehi ng on onTWO
TWO DIE IK EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONRoller EXPLOSIONRoller EXPLOSIONBoiler
Roller JlloAvx low Fp in Hatfnlo whit MithFatal whitPatal ifi ifiPtnl
Fatal IlcunltN IlcunltNBuffalo nefinlbeBulTaJo htesnltsRulo
Buffalo X Y Nov ov 3 3The The explosion explosicHiof xpJo lOtl lOtlof
of the bailer in the boiler room oon in the theAmerican theAlMericl theAmerican
American Steam Laundry this U evening eveningcompletely cveadrgcompletely eveningcompletely
completely demolished moUs the structure and andresulted aKIrHUlttd andresulted
resulted in the death of two tv t men and andserious AadSofrious andsu1ott
serious injury to two t more The dead deadJOSEPH deadJ deadJOSEl0II
JOSEPH J SWIVT7KK drirar 3 THUS jamesLeM sU 31 31KIISU 31Aewt
1Aewt 1AewtEI1SJI LeMErSu
KIISU ffraigUX sistt sisttC t UiliHsisiu h1smi 8 ten usra old oldAoJeot oldJeSeuiusu
= C Jflteou ifwrt ifwrtTbe AoJeotThe simtThe
The Injured bt uPt1 are areTHOMAS ArtJHOlAS areTUOMAS
THOMAS M 1fcrLtiltB Me4LlTItE TLUR st 1baIuI 1baIuIis 9 ymn ssrs old oldhe W te teAHlllWt
is pmJ18 fatally fataIIJItlHlk fatallyIrlliLlt
AHlllWt SMITH elwater eMatclrThe SMB SMBThe amThe
The Oexh eah on all parts of McClures MeCbt es > body bodyto MdTbadl bodyIs
to badly burned burnedJ
J T n Small k < fc Sons Son l Fkrhsta Fkrhsta14th orlsta orlstaMth orltllHU
Mth and G st ste WasWagton VasftI on WIh1 WnIdAatsnlaand VnMorf VnMorfA3V r rAs18rlaand
As18rlaand A3V rland tiM 3xdxvay B New e York
PUMPS ALONE KEEP KEEPSTEAMER KEEPSTEA1ER
STEAMER AFLOAT AFLOATBattle AFLOATBattle AFLOATBattle
Battle Ship and Liner Crash Crashin Clas11in Crashill
in Hampton Roads RoadsBOTH ItoadsBOTH RoadsBOTII
BOTH TO BE DRY DOCKED DOCKEDi DOCKEDExtClltofthc DOCKEDExtciitoftlic
i Extent ExtClltofthc of the Virginias Injuries InjuriesjAie InjuriesUCNot Injluies1Aic
jAie 1Aic UCNot Not Yet Leaned LeanedOld Le el elOJll
Old Oh Dominion Liner Monroe Potils PotilsWar PoulsVar PouilsWar
War Var Vessel Yc cJ In Narrow trrow ChnnneJ ChnnneJTwo ChannelTwo
Two Versions n rue to Cause and Ro Ronponnlfolllty noponjlhnltlhrce floaponnhllhltyThreelnchi
nponnlfolllty aponnhllhltyThreelnchi ponjlhnltlhrce Threeinch fn h Gun Gu Lost IotOverlionrd ImtOerlJoard LostOverboard
Overboard Two Small floats Shat ShntterclI Slmattercd
tercd and Stanchions Bent BentNorfolk BentNorfolk BentorfoIk
Norfolk orfoIk V Va Nov 3Au A Aa a result of the thecollision thecom1oa thecollision
collision betweed t ea the battle ship hlp Virgin Virginand Virginia Virginiaand qtnt qtntAnd
and th the Old Dominion steamship > Monroe Monroein onroe onroeIn
in Hampton Roads RodII this morning the bat battle bat batt battie ¬
tie t ship Wp J te leaking 1ftkt tonight t and the Old OldDominion OldD81nlnkm OldDoninlen
Dominion liner liners pumps pum are going to ke keep keepthe keepthe p pthe
the vessel v afloat a oat Both vessel win have haveto hawto haveto
to be dry docked d and surveyed before the theextent theextent theextent
extent of o the damage wrought to each can canbe can canbe eslube
be definitely deft kely told but both vessels suf suffered sutfflroo suffared ¬
fared severely Nl7 The battle ule sbjp iv lout a a3inefa a3hick
3inefa 3 kta gun 0 overboard had two of her herboat herbottt herbota
boat bottt shattered and stanchions and rail railbent rails raiJabent railsbent
bent and twisted on the after r port where wherethe 151aeretIte wherethe
the Monroes prow track it itThe ItThe itThe
The prow of the Monroe XOI is crashed in intbe Intae kmthe
tae heavy stem beta being wteted Yo hi two twoplaces twoplacea twoplaces
places The eoWvton o cwred red about eetoclock 1 1oclock 30 30oclock
oclock and before the AIOIUOe < mroe could get getto tto setto
to Its dock a half how later there wm wmfourteen was wasfourlen warnfourteen
fourteen fleet of water to her 1Mrthe bfiges and andthe M Mthe
the vessels ve8ftI pump were betas worked to tetheir totheir
their full uli capacity capacityTwo ftI capacityTwo tty ttyTwo
Two Versions aw uc to Cau Caue CaueThe CauieThe e eTbe
The unofficial statement as to the tAUROf causeof cause causeof
of the cotttsfon differ According < to those thoseaboard tMilea1toanl timseaboard
aboard the Virginia the Monroe made an ancovered aDeG aneort
eG to 8t ahead or be V VOOyered Virginia din dinevered
covered so sbA wt running in shoal water waterand watwaM wateramid
and in regaining esah ft tbe channel fooled to the thehalite tMtthJ thebattle
halite tthJ ship Po the suction of the propetter JI8IteIIeneCthe prapellersor propetterof
of eCthe ibe Virginia V1i drawing the Monroe on al although atUiou11a ohthough ¬
though her engines e had been reversed reversedIt rev revIt
It is stat 8tawet d by those wl who > wftnesaed the thecWsfafo theeeItWda thecalilsidis
j cWsfafo from the deck of the Monroe Monroethai XroeUaat Monroethat
thai the l Virginia h was pursuing a stgsaf stgsafcoarse slgaai slgaaicourse MtJ MtJ0IGrH
coarse aero aertS the channel and suddenly suddenlycame ndIIeDIyeamo suddenlycame
came to a a full atop top not string the troe Mon Monroe Menroe ¬
roe a chance to avoid a ootBstoo although althoughher altbMIrbM altimagluher
her M engine engus wore reversed reversedThe revenedTIMt reersedThe
The Vtegvma arrived at the DaVY yard yardI Udat yardat
I at noon Her commandms oflteer o Capt CaptSchroedV CapLSc ca caSCbrOe4br
SchroedV Sc at t once 0I1 made llla a verbal report reportto tto reportto
to Rear Admiral 1 Robert R X i Berry com commandant eoemaa4at canmamidast ¬
mandant of the station Later L1erer Capt CaptSchrecder CaptSchroeder
Schroeder er wa wu Interviewed aboard the theVirginia tileVlrglRIL theVirginia
Virginia He ws WM writing his offlcial re report re re1t noport ¬
port of the accident tor transmtewtoh tralUllnlMottUae W Wthe tohe
the he Navy Department DepartmentPrqparc DeprtmeoLpr Departmentprilparca
Prqparc pr pn e8 Ills Official omcJa1 Report RevorthLue1dl RepoyLuckily ReportI
I hLue1dl Luckily no one wan w wa hurt said tbeCSJMIW theraptahz
caiKnIx 1 In t advance ndvanm A the tfMag IIflg of tflWaJ mymill1ort
flWaJ mill1ort r I ommliy suiamerim its itsanita
my 4kt as anita 4be eUti ajmummw nsabhsg edthpta
the Uti thpta adptatflffc pt h gig g1 a t tmlss I > the theita dav davIts t tI
Its I and tackle ibid ue4 the t carrying C away ota ita
a small threeloch gun The hii hd of itIenIa thethg1nIa
Virginia nIa w wu > as 4 matter UeI of course coarased not nildamaged
damaged sed beyond 1H 7OIMI the scraping of the paint paintas pamt pamtas paintas
as you will see on the outside oUUlde wbtfttM whetcthe
the liners liner nose strucx The Old Do Dominion DomlnJoa Dominion
minion ship was overtaking Merta up fromastern Om Omtentalkl
astern tentalkl and the tb n rule of the road is that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the overtaking c ship bJp moot lookout tor1tNMIC forherselr
betraetf She sought to pass tn 11aftVlr the Virginia Virginiaand Jdaand VirginiaAnd
j and her bow was as caught U tltstbe m In the gnormsus ftIOI1I ftIOI1IidetSon euoruioustctlon
Auction of our screws and she was clrsWIIinto drawniflto
into the battle ship It will take loss tIMeto timeto
j to repair r r the damages resulting from tlwe theealhuloit
ottMon e than to mar make the alieradeua1td alterationsand
and repairs lMln to receive r e which we t8IMhere SMOhere
here for
6000 FOR USE OF UMBRELLA UMBRELLALawyer UtrBRELLALnuer UMBRELLALawyer
Lawyer ttemeinhervct in Will HI for forAct fOlet foitct
Act tct et of Kindness Years Ago AgoBoston AgoBoeton go goBoeton
Boeton Nov 3 l 3Austhi Austin usUn C C Metzler alawyer alawyer
lawyer of this tb city who was left leftin JU JUin 11AM 11AMIn
in the will of Edward Ed dward ard H Dunn t testhleulin J JIn
In Probate Court yesterday during durht a ahearing abearil ahearing
hearing on the t th contest c d Nt brought b bnephew bynqphews
nephew and am niece ntdc that the bequest wutbe wasthe
tbe result of his kindness to offering Mr MrDunn MrDunn MrDunn
Dunn the shatter of 0 his b umbrella
a shower several years ago agoMr aOr agoMr
Mr r Dunn who w o WE wu wni a very wt8It1tJfethodillt wealthyMethodist
Methodist kft I k ft the bulk of 9t p his estate 10th tothe
the th church and a l the probate vC bte Judge anowedthe allowedthe
the will to stand standGHTTECH sWtdOHURCH standCmCIt
GHTTECH DESTROYED BY FIRE FIKEFirst FIREPir FIREFirst
First Pir t Unitarian Parish House at atHoHtnnAbu athloston t tIJoHton
IJoHton HoHtnnAbu Also Ilnrns IlnrnsBoston RutniolBoston UnraimBoston
Boston Nov ov 5 tfbe The church and a4 pariah pariahhttaee parish parishbt parishhouse
house of tho First Unitarian parish wer weralmost Weft Weftahno8t wereahntt
almost destroyed by fire today t tI Fire FireIJfeut FireIknL
I IJfeut IJ m Feidon 1 Allen AU i ilata was probably probablyAiUity prohehiyhtaily
AiUity lata injured by fatting waBs waR and Hoot Hootman lioeea Hosenan
man a James McDonald reeehed severe tn tnJurios In InJvt1ea Injuries
juries The damage to t the structures UC i iestimated Ie IeeUlMted isentimated
estimated at toWO IQtMTbe 1GCuOThe toWOTbe
Tbe church h r wa wu a nagnl n nsgnllieent t c nt stone jtonestrin stonestrutnre teDe teDestrUtture
strin strUtture ture one of the jnest in the dt dtADMIHE cltADMIRE d dADMIRE
ADMIRE 13000000 CAPITOL CATIOJDLThousaii OAIITULTbolll CAPITOLThousands
Thousaii Tbolll Thousands iulCII l < rake Advantage Adantns e of low lowHarrtaburg Iownat Lowhtuteu
nat htuteu to Sce Ce nllil Rni1dlng Rni1dlngIlarrhduurg Hnr Hnr1IaniMmrg
Harrtaburg I Ja Pa a Nov ev i S There wer weroWr W Wo were wereOiler
oWr o Oiler r 15050 visitors vS to t the new Stat State capi capitol eapitot pt pttot
tot under the t third penn p pemsnemfle amile oicar oicarinn uctnRJn ezcurIwi
RJn > inn today and the t1 building was wa open openfrom openfrom op opfrom
from up to bottom all n day da and evening eveningG PftlltDG eventngGiw
G G Giw v PennypHckw P nn pllckPr IIhtOk b < rok hands with withover witho withoer
over o SMO So people in too building ulldt and a anumber al1II anumber
number l1II er of other officiate held k1 k1flle receptions receptionsThe receptioneTime
The excursions ln na will nonituuc until Jan January lmJnt January
uary uaryI uaryInt
I Jnt nt yonr surplus money InOl1e to < o rror rrorfor work workfor ork orkfor
for you by depositim depn f saute am lite hi bankk bankkdept aWdJac
dept d t of Union Trust C Co i MM F st later latereat Iatfleat Iatremit
eat paid Deposits subject to check at will I
I ELECTION RETURNSThe RETURNS
The Washington Herald will display dlsplaythc the election return in front of TIle TbeHerald TIleUeraJd TheHerald
Herald Building TM 14 Fi Fiit Pifteouth te nth th street rcef on Tuesday Tue d creates hg by mesas of Ii IittterooptlMn a asteroopticen aatereopttcew
steroopticen and scraen 9Cf8 Four telegraph t iegr ph wires wret 1res leading Ilndfn directly i Into to this of offlce otAeeoue o oliceone
flce Aeeoue one of them The TheWashingtou VasWngtou Heralds own o leased wire between this thisdty t telt thiscity
city elt and aw nq New Tock Yorkwill will bring thehews tte 1 ws from ail quarters without a n mc mcmODeS mo monionCa 6 6nionfs
mODeS delay Besides the Western W stem Union bulletins bUlietlns there will be the theof new newof news newsof
of thoNiw Ute w York Sun Sua the t o Publishers Press and specials from Herald HeraJ4rQEt cor correspondents r rrcsp ¬
respondents rQEt rcsp nde ndemtts t at ail important Imp rtant points A huge magaphonoln charge of a the theOrlsiaal tMOrlglnallfepph theOrigleal
Orlsiaal Orlglnallfepph Megaphone iteManwill Man Manwill will ba utilized In U the he e prompt giving hlng out of tIM re returns returna roturns ¬
turns turnsAll
All The Ws Wamjngton Ungton nstG Heralds friends friendswhICh which jseaaa s aWlagtonwlh1 aWlagtonwlh1b TS8eafcIjst urIagt gwtll gwtllbe < will willba
ba b welcome we10 me to the election news n ws hot hotfromth from fromtb thd wires wJr Jr o
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CHAUFFEURS AGAIN IN RIOT EIOTStrikers RIOTStrlkerfj RIOTStrikers
Strikers Follow Car and One Is 1 IsSe IsSeriously Se Seriously SerloulI1 ¬
riously rloulI1 Wounded ouuclel by b Policeman PolicemanNew loUccmnnNew PolicemanNew
New York Nov lThe Tbe fourth of the thobig tbobig thebig
big mixups that has followed the strike strikeof aRrtkeoC strikeof
of the drivers of the New N W York YorkportatlOCl Trans Transportation TranSportatlon ¬
portation Company happened at Thin Thirtieth Tbkttetb ThintIeth ¬
tieth street t and a Eighth avenue > Your spe special Qf Qfela epecia ¬
cial cia I policemen pnIk employ eNn4OymI rd by the company companywho COInIaywbo conipsaywho
who were helping to break the strike strikewere strtktwere strikewere
were attacked atta while > riding down town townin te1nIIn townlit
in a street t car After r a mob of strikers strikershad 8U terehad strikersbad
i had followed th 1h car throwing Ulro stones at atH atIt atIt
It for t half it miK mile the men ln t Ineltie M drew drewrevolve drewrtoivetH drewrevolvers
revolve revolvers and commenced omme shoe ting tingThey tt ttTbey thugThey
They declared laroo they the died in the air In InifpKe 1ftof inspite
spite of this th statement ut 1oftt one of the th chanf chanffear tJurteUIP hauffomire
fear Gus J lAunbe ambe received mefvecl a bullet in inhis Inhl Inhis
his throat It went flit out at one side of hi hineck bin hkneck
neck n k The bullet destroyed dHtror hi hIs vocal vocalcords v vCOrda vocalcords
cords so that he was unable to speak speakwhen speaJtw1IftI speakwhen
when picked up He was wutaua taken to teIt Boos Boosveh Rosusvolt
volt eIt Hospital where w It wits said he will wVlbe wlilbe willbe
be dumb for the rest of his life If be berecovers Jc JcltOOVer8 herecovers
recovers
70 MILES AN EOUE HOuR IN iN AIR AIEnalloonintN AIRRolloonih AIRna
na nalloonintN hloon isIs After TlrUHn v Trip TripDrop TdllDrolUt TripDrope
1 Drop 30 nuofl 8tOII < f Feet et fa inn a Initiate InitiateNew JfinbteNfw iUlntzi iUlntziNew
New Haven H9 Cossn Nov ica 1CapI 1CapIHomer i Cape CapeHomer K KH
Homer H Hedge and Lfcut LI 1It Samuel SamuelButler m 1 L LButler i iButler
Butler of the United Stale Sta Signal SignalService Slenal5erTloe SignalService
Service Corps with Aeronaut Cr rtct l Lo o Ste Stevens SteVeDa te terena ¬
VeDa of if New W York York g1c landed at t Short ShortBeach fborth abortBeath
Beach h on th the sound shortly after 715 715tonight iJiton l ltonlght
tonight ton t after an exciting trip from fromPittKneW fromPltbfReld fromPlttidfleld
PittKneW Mu Munr to the balloon Centaur CentaurThe rntaurTIw entaur entaurThe
The balloon at one time attained att lned a aheight thelldlt aheight
height of fcfttt iH feet t and the t a amauta amautaelshn r naut naut8tm wautu wautuclahn
clahn 8tm that they were traveling ut u It t a t tof tipped tippedof a pedot
of seventy mlken an fl hour at urn on timewbleb timewhich time timewhich
which in the fastest any of them hav havever naver hevever
ever er been carried through the air Near NearHartford NearHartford NearHartford
Hartford the 1w acronauta ron4Uta descended within withinsf wlUlintfIPt wtthnise
ise sf feet of the earth earthThe earthThe earthThe
The drop ta the earth was made ma e from rom a adistNhce adist adistahee
distNhce dist nc of over 2CM Ltt feet and as the thebaUoonteis thbaUoonblJl theImlloonlsts
baUoonteis were nearing near1 the water they theyused the7ued theyuman
used th tin rip cord cord and came down in less lessthan lossthan 8 8than
than a minutWODAN rnnuteWOMAN minute minuteW03IAN
WOMAN IS ASSASSINS VICTIM VICTIMMrx
Mrs William JllInlll Garrett Slain X Near nr Her HerHome HerHome Tierhionie
Home in AbJagion AbJagionBristol AhiiagtonBristol 1hin on onTftULo
j Bristol Tena TftULo Nov N X 3r 3 re William WlDlamGarrett WillismGarrett WilliamGarratt
Garrett oi Abtogton Va V was wmsnoted wasnaIe4 amid amidnted
noted tonight her head being blown blownpartlatty bhYo bhYoI blownI
I partially ltlall7 off by tile discharge of a shot shotMrs shotg shotX shotgun
g gunMrs
Mrs X Garrett was oa her way to her herhome IIhoIae herhome
home from the residence r of Benjamin BeujomlnI enJimIu enJimIuGihiersiceve
i I Gttdersfeeve GUder when some one who was wuIytuc warnI
j lying to wait in an alley aIk lined upon her herI herunawares
unawares Her body was discovered by byMr trylr byMr
I Mr Gfldersleeve OO The Wiling < at present presentacorns JJftSeDtI presentseems
acorns shrouded ta mystery mysteryBODLEY mystryBODLEY P
I
BODLEY L LTIillDRAL TO PLAN CATHEDRAL CATHEDRALEnglish CATHEDRALEnglish TIillDRAL TIillDRALEnglish
English Artist to Design Episcopal EpiscopalEdifice EpisoopalE4ifioe EpiscopalP4ifioe
Edifice in Washington WasaingtoHiJstriict WashinitonStr1eture WashingtonStructure
I
Jstriict Structure re Will VlhI Ill Be Fourteenth doii doiitury ten tentur3 cn cntur
tury tur 0t tiCii oic Lofty JOftnncI and Stately StatelyDetail Sntel SntelDetaI1 nteI nteIDctaIlio
Detail DetaI1 DctaIlio lt to JJc WorkeiLOat 1TorlcOutIlcrc 1TorlcOutIlcrcLondon rkeILOut llcrc llcrcLondon 1erc 1ercLodoa
London Nor fG 1G F Bodley IL LA LAP 1 1F A AF
F S A wm wt amfl soip io far r Waa Waaat 1V 1Vat Wah Wahat
at the InvlisUmm I 8If 8Ifof f tltt dean ipC ipCof
of the TffglitiiililliT JT Sc th IIIIIe IIIIIer ti c ta tafor toprapars
prapars pralheIOsr s for r the Ittew IttewMiiilni aewto new newesitsnL
esitsnL to L LJet
ie het tde r M led ledlal
Jet u be tile ca1Jle4 L ac ac1IIe ne
Miiilni cora tpth to the frpnoscd UL I desire of 01d the thebishop thebishoP
bishop and d chapter will be GothIC of the tfeefourteenth tbIovteeRtia thefourteenth
fourteenth century style which corn ccmmenda COllIIDitIIct cornmend
mend itself as one of the t great variety varietyaw 1U1et 1U1ettHeed varietyand
aw and Indeed tHeed tbe t flower of the bible 00t1U1e Oothtestyle biblestyle
style U1e that flourished throughout Europe EuropeIn EuropeIn Eurs EursIn
In America A he said Id it may natural naturallr DatUltlIIF naturally
lr have somewhat of the English char charactertstics cl claetertUc8 charactethtlca
actertstics that t at were ba some IDetJI respects resucciathe respectsthe
the most reined sad ad beautiful of all allbrowIeall the theEuropean themopran
European mopran varieties of the style YIe but the tbeXngfhrh thengh 1
Xngfhrh ngh h architecture Utidt ure was lacking Ia to toheight InINIIIht toheiaht
height and there wes w s no reason why whyany whTaT whyany
any of 0 o that charmcterbtk ban hars ter dc ebouid be fol followed toItowed ¬
lowed on this occasloa 08 as the place of ofWashington orw ofWaahhegon
Washington w demand a lofty most tailed dg dgrrffled Igallied
ailed and stalely eIT eITIn baJMteg baJMtegexample haidhigIn
In that respert be nays the European EuNpeue Europeaneadapie
example e lBpIe may well he followed or our surpassed urJU8ed ourimsord ¬
passed Uiufl U Ui UK site baa been beeaby surveyed surveyedby surveyedby
by architects and a further ftlJ design con conceived COltcetved concetvmmd ¬
ceived on the spot pot It would be useless to toattempt toattempt
attempt atte1a any description of the probable probabledesign JIIObaWedetdp probableThe
design designThe detdpTIle
The design must be one to suit t the thesite thete thesite
site te Indeed lu eed It Is tbe she that often die dictates dietotes ¬
totes the characteristics of a wellcon wellconsidered weUconIIIdered wellconsidered ¬
sidered buHdtag No statement therefore thereforeof
of the plan or the leading features of ofthe ofthe r rthe F
the building can be given I vca a as yet t It ltla ltlaauilideDt is issuMCient issullident i
suMCient to say It Is the tateoUon n of all allroncferned allto aftconstrued I
construed to buIld a grand cathedral of ofthat ofthat f
that poetic style of a wholly fresh new newdesign MWlde8In newdesign r
design yet t wltn the ancient beautiful 1 style stylepreserved stIeJJlened St3iepreserved
lde8In
preserved preservedHenry JJlenedI preservedHenry
Henry Vaughan a Boston architect areb1t who whowas wbowaa whowaa
I waa formerly a pupil pa of Mr Bodtey will wftlbecome Itile willbecome
become the partner of the old neuter mastr in inthis Inthl Inthis
this work Bodfey Y wes a pupil of Sir SirGilbert SirQIIben SirGilbert
Gilbert Scott SecttDIES
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to toDIES
DIES FROM PLAYFUL P PUSH PUSHSCnLutun PUSHSeratutomi SH SHscratitoa
scratitoa Man FaIl > < an aunt Side Strikes StrikesAtnin Stri1 StnlkcAgniuist cs csAsnlnlit i
Atnin Asnlnlit t Wash nllh Tub TubScraatwi luibntatua uh uhScnuItoa
Scraatwi ntatua Pa No 40 1 3AI As the direct re result le leIRJIt ivsuit ¬
suit of a playful push given vea him sev several Meral mieranti ¬
eral weeks ago by his boarding hoe boneemstr botlreIDstre hoembtreaa
mstr IDstre a 8a Michael XIe ael Dswotz died today tod1 at utJIayfWd ata atayield t
JIayfWd JIayfWdDzwotz a ayield ayieldDewots td
tdDzwotz
Dzwotz end the woman were rt having ha v vpIoytuJ a aptayftti aplayful 1
playful cuflk Beu When she h pace pv Mm a ud udn sud4ea nd ndn
4ea n push Ho H slipped and fHl Phi
his hiswe side against a H wash tub Several Severalrlbr Severalrbi eraj erajWt1e I
rbi were fractured fra tUrfd and It to believed his hiad hisdfath hisdeath
d death ath wan caused by b one of the t broken brokenribs bJokeorib brokenribs
ribs penetrating a vital organ organKfllN Qr organlUlls an anKilt
lUlls Kilt Ulan > rjtli lth n Razor KaorChicago 1urorChicqo RazorChicago
Chicago XoWL XOf Noi 3 3A A negra De N stableman stablemanknown tahtetnanknewn tahienuankn
known kn wn only to lbe he police as > policy I olicy Jack Jackwas Jatkwas Jackwas
was kHled early today by Walter Yates Yatesaged TatCStldrtftv Yatesaged i
aged thirtyfive a Wttaburjr PttUbu JivE livestock livestockdealer tock tockYates tock tockdealer t
dealer Yates and th tit other man I igaged igagedin gagedin ed edm j
in a quarrel at tbe livery stable > of Katelc KatelcerbockAr KaJckttI Knickerbocker
erbockAr ttI 4k Coot C on Thirtyfifth street streetYates tftetYates streetYates
Yates drew a rasor tiff police say Y and andwith andwith andwith I
with it cut the negros throat The vic victim victim vietim ¬
tim died on the way to the th hospital hospitalYates hMpltaJYatf08 IlOEpltIYates I
Yates was arrested lie claims aelfde aelfdef 3eltdeCol selfdcCol 1
f nse
Col W V H McLean JluL nn Head HeadTerre ncn ncnTerre BendTene
Terre Haute Ha Tni r N Nor v 10 Gel William WlHiamB H
B E McLean fd fonacrly member of the Stat StatteK State Stategl Stateicgs1tture e <
icgs1tture teK gl luttiiv tUlP and I Deputy > epmy United States StatesOoutmiaBkHKr Sbt SbteeuumEloael StatesCammialoser M
OoutmiaBkHKr of Pensions Pe under Pr Prl PrepkJ PrepkJCleveland rtdit rtditCleveland dIr1tCienland t
Cleveland died last night He H was ag agander com commander eomlINWIderot ¬
mander lINWIderot of the first G A R post pon t In In Indiana IndlaJla Indiana ¬
diana dlaJlaVlntcr
Vlnier Tours to California CaliforniaThe CaIiCurninTheSouUtern Ca1UumrnhTbc
The TheSouUtern Southern Railway will op o eprte rat4 t via viaWashingtonSunset viaWashingtonSunset in inWQ9h1n
WashingtonSunset WQ9h1n Stlns t route three > e hlgh blgh4Ja blgh4JanaUY hlgheIa1upersonally laM laMpersonally
personally naUY conducted tours to California CaliforniaJan CaUforraJan CallforraJan
Jan 18 Feb 7 March 1 IMS Sleeping
dJlQ dimming dimn v club observation ob8 tvatlon ears ans Attract Attr AttrtItItinerary th thItlDerary I vu vuitinerary
itinerary Inquire ill Pa ave 70S 1 15th It sc scBaltimore CJtBaltimore at atBaltimore
Baltimore and Return ReturnBaltimore 12o 12oBaltimore 1 1Daltimore
Baltimore dS < Ohio R 51 51Every REery iiEery
Eery Saturday aturda and Sunday Stlnda All trainsbot trainsboth trains trainsboth
both bot ways a both days da s except Royal RO f1 Lim Limited Llrnfted Lhzn4ttd ¬
4ttd ited
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PLUNGE TO DEATH DEATHDOWN DEATHDONN
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wlien wlJenfabIc Cable Breaks BreaksTE10 BreakslHROrx BreaksTlliWN
TE10 lHROrx WN OUT OF TEE TKEJ TB1JAR TB1JARTIUCO CAB CABThree AR ARThlC
Three Survivors Witness qtlless Fall Fallof Fallof FallUI
of UI Tlicii1 Comraclcs Comraclcs3en
Men Buliit ne1n Uroii llrollJd skt trout fro Bottom of ofWorkftifss ofJrldnJH of19nl1u1
Workftifss 19nl1u1 JrldnJH In Perry Count County > Ohio OhioGel OhioGct Ohiott
Gel s 4 Top T op of Shaft Whoa JnBle Blevator BlevatorCab l1evatorCalmie 1tor 1torCabJu
Cab CabJu Jo Snapw SnJ Vlf multi C Car r TJlts Until UntilKt UntilJ Until11giit
Kt J 11giit I lit of Its J Occupant ocPjJant5 Fall Ont OntShrieks Ontohrlcku OutShmnlckii
Shrieks Arc IlcartrcHrtiHS IlcartrcHrtiHSJCnf UctrCRdJ htcarirgadlagZnosvfIl g gZntAUf
JCnf ZntAUf aHlP Oliio Ohh Nov 2 ZEight Eight men menvr menfr menc4r2
vr c4r2 fr < < prfccipltat teiplta l < l li lti feet down the shaft shaftof shdto shaftiV
of o u L mine mm at 1 Santoy tmtY In Perry County to tonight toI tonight ¬
night t and five of tnem wire killed Thy ThyvtTf Th ThffTf ThYwre
I vtTf > tcTrtbly crushed trufilh d and mangltd Qiei Qieibodies tbliI theibodics
I bodies hn lung ng oom ome in contact with ith ti tih tll tllhlay thiIcivy
h hlay Kvy framcwnrk about the elds of th thshaft thi the themihaft
i shaft al is they plunged med to the th bottom Th Ththre ThI T Tthrti
thre neil who m ciped were badly in injured 1 h hjurcd 1 1jUf ¬
I jured jUf d but it If ilittjght that tba t they t tcY wii wiirecover wilrceovr ii iircoopr
recover The ram me who ho were TC killr J IcilIcml nl l ar arHTEVE ar1frEn r rSTEVE
STEVE JIJkTn agol r J setwiUnt setwiUntKKBD fftItcfIFRED ecesteritE
FRED ritE LAXETT1 > l tblrir tblrirADT thtry1DT thh thhAXDV
ADT 1DT KITTII MM sad thirtrtuo thirtrtuoOASIEa tlirfytooCIIya thryttiCAS1Yft
OASIEa WBAVKK A a i ard H thirty thirtyThe thin tbittART thinART
ART WJUJU = agd itd twratTsen twratTsenThe mtn mtnThe
The men wer were < > abor aljn to leav lea the minf minffor WII WIIfor gtuie gtuiefor
for th tire night at Ii > ovrlock and yatb Ea gatber1 gatber1at berrl berrlat r rat >
at the bottom bOttom of the shaft haft ft Tho Th big llf llfwas Ufwu hfwas
was lowered to them ntml they tllmited i iAll IAll IAll
All elyin igbt 1It of them w were re hungry zinu n we weanxious W WaDXJoW weanxious
anxious to get t to their homes hom t cm cmafter re reafter reft4l
after ft4l tile labors of the day dayJust dayJust T TJu
Just Ju t as the ear w < s about abou tfl t ° i mere omergrein merefrom mfr2C
from C rein the shaft ft one on of the el IHalOr < vator esibh esibhbroke eablh eablh1Ir8Ice eabIhints
broke With tUb a s sudthn u urldf 1dfn > n Jerk k the tJ cur ar can canto ifl iflto n nI ¬
to a halt and th1 tb m men n clung Iung to th j Fid Fidhorroraurirk fldJaener ridhonorstricken
horroraurirk n Sudtenly th thr < n wts u uother qftMr L Lother
I other jerk and the car r tiitcd ov 0 r h hway hway liway
j way damping plng out th t h ie m mmn mmnShrieking n nj ni
j Shrieking SJu1e the miiurs plunpd ptun d down d lwo th thshaft tl1IIIbaCt thshaft
I IIIbaCt shaft their bodies a striking 4 tdki miking < n the vood voodsupports yoofh8upporta woute woutesupports
supports as they th dropp droPJf u i lC4t < feet to t tbott 1 1Dotto tbotto
bott bottJohn Dotto DottoJoint botto bottoJohn
John Wright and two tlmotbCr other n P51 1r 1rrrbgiJ15 r rceeded eeceded
ceeded fn rrbgiJ15 clinging to the car arJ mf th thwltneswd thwt ii iiwttnrid
wltneswd wt the terrible death tll of thei theIr con conrades Onne eonradon
radon The shrinks of the thethe IlllDel aii aiithe iHi iHithe
the cries of the enginr pnK1n attracted th thattenUon thl thlatteudoD tbattention
attention of other workmen and Wright Wrightand WIgLand igl iglancl
and hk hi comrades com tdes won were re hatred Nuat d up upout CJ CJout upout
out of the abaft abaftMODIFY phaftMODIFY ft ftMODIFY
MODIFY DB DRESS S REGULATIONS REGULAZTOHSAa REG1JLliTI01iSAotrlMfn
Aa AotrlMfn A wit trfttn Officer 0 etcers Allowed Al lowed Lntltnd LntltndIn 4 e eIn
In Their Toilet ToiletLondon TonctLMIIMI ToiletLinden
London Nov N 3 Venoa ton1 < mm 4es dNeI8 deesrejoIIng rJb c t trejoirdng j jrejof3l8c
rejoirdng among young 70 officers oea vet vetrecent ViNCIIe veresent
recent army order which bAaks bgk do donimd doeshm i isevend
sevend eshm of the old irksome drew dre rui ruilions gk1itL iJi iJit iJilIerltofotflt
lions lionsfl t tLliiritofore
fl lIerltofotflt liiritofore rtoforp it ha hat Miw ways y < V bn w aiiuvi aiiuvito Imi
to the spectator tos lat > at tiret I Iireom rfroltk oin t > tl tlvictims tl11ctfm tivthns
victims Io watch oa the l Prater Prat Corso Corsou6 Crsoedaee nto
06 edaee u6 Iie ise course th tbP t be sv sver iy rkui rkuiglan rikLRPfriOT ri k kgianeesot
glan gianeesot r Of superior oers I rs ot t th U Jui Juiof hbet hbetof iuIgtof
of the eollar th thf f er oi th t h < V rj rjsad I IaAd
and the quality of 0 the boot boots i ifit ly lyof >
of the Junior unlom offioera B By the th r JY v or ortte orIta orbright
tte bright cbt of tbe collar eGiIarnIIi1ini rain tiv tivand t ml mlMar I IaM
Mar and aay a13 LI uilimtiiitg ftMsfn isitcki isitckiEeutenitmst 1Ck ck ckllevumcat <
llevumcat 1 St Who be exceeds the Bmtt Und v ViI1 ill stiii stiiihe stliibit sti stibe
he pUtT of an offenae 011 against a the t rgn rgrUORC rgnIIGM rgnOn
UORC UORCOn
IIGMOn
On the other band U the greatest lib libattty libaIIt7 libsilty
attty Is shown IIIIow1IJa m in regard tn footweur i iatrad IstHIi tatoM
atoM of the inexorable lae plain bt bthluiilier bb bbaA btmbIasher >
hluiilier aa ottcer oe r may nom nomshoes nowae noneltoes
shoes a ae brilliant a varnish b eM < an mak makthem ma madata rnathem
them and as easy a as wees laces will allo allot allotLeAiDP aluLeggingn
i LeAiDP g rtfm and spats are n no longer taboos taboosand tztbooemand 1 1and
a
and even golcches oIcAbee are permitted in inweather on onWeather
Weather Weatherp weathervi t1er t1erVi
Vi p gloves c < ea there te aa equally neloonr neloonrinnovation n etrorn etrornInDOvaUOn doom doomInnovatIon
innovation Hitherto tbe moot fsUdioi fsUdioidandy afUdilldaJIdy tmtldiotdandy >
dandy only knew glaoe gloves ea by seen wtfinthem Httntbem seenthem
them in shop windows indo or on the hands of ofefvinans 0 ofchrillans f f4tvtJIans
efvinans being obliged himself bi f to wear werwhite WtIrKJIIae wearwidis
white chamois leather le uber which seldov seldovIcoked seldOIcoked seldorIcoked
Icoked ckaa clean and never smart omaixThe smartThe n nI
The original I Idea was probably b to totbe say saythe a athe
the poorer youngsters money by tpe specif peelttlag < lfy lfyPtvs y yIng
lag stove of a grayish shade of whit whiiKid whitICIcI whi whiKid
Kid gloves of any kind may be nov novworn no noworD noOfficers
worn wornOfficers worDOftlcera
Officers may IDa now alec use a piacenc piacencinstead pncen pncenin placeneinstead
instead in tead of a monocle monocleAt monocleAt a aAt
At the moment of thin relaxation in th thdress thod Uidress <
dress d regulations of Austrian officer officerBritish oftictnBritlBb omcerBritish
British oidBcers have been pulled puH up fo foof tonearer
nearer observance of one of Use King KlnglatfoDa Kingregulations v
regulations latfoDa which forbids oboist o nto ehav 8h 8htbtI ebavthe
the upper Up Gen Lord GceafeU aieU ha hac hacreeted hadirected
directed reeted the attention of several oftcers ocers V tcvtolatlo t tviolatioim
vioiatlona vtolatlo of this regulation regulationGARFTELD reculatloDGARFIELD regulationGARFIELD
GARFIELD MAKES REPORT REPORTRuHtilt REPORTResult REPORTResult
Result of the Trust Investigation InvestigationPlaced InestllntionPlaced investigationrxaccd
Placed in Presidents JPre ldents II UIl Hands HandsCleveland amis amisCleveland < Rds RdsCIvfland
Cleveland Ohio Nov 1 1Jamee James R R Gar GarfleW GarCommlN6a Gamfield
fleW Commissioner er of Federal Bureau o oCorporations 0was oCorporatbani
Corporations was io the city Mr 1 seven1 seven1hours ster sterbourI severiYhowe
hours today en route to Akron whcr wherbe h r rbemadetbe
he bemadetbe made the closing speech spe dl of the cam campaign cantjmsign al alpalgD ¬
paign tonight bt Tomnrrow he will rr rrturn tfturn ynturn
turn to Washington WMltIn on to give nttrntioG to totters 1 1tters tmatters
matters tters pending In his department departmentSome dpartmertSome departmeniSome
Some days a ago ro he said I placed in inth inth
thf th hands of th Pr President ldnt nt tho rtnal In Information Information Information ¬
formation gathered in the last six h month monthtrust raonthtrt mnorthtrust
trust trt investigation by the d dpart lpartmVn1 lpartmVn1Sometlthiil partm ni nlSomethJJt1
Something may ronir 1m of this tit I soon oon and i imay jm t tliLlY
may m be delayed d until the opening of Cor CorJIN Conthe
g JIN JINTbe eas easThe
The matter I s If11 sfuit nt is entirely eotirl tlrdy hi th thhands thhands Uihands
hands of the President Prf > idnt now I have n nMea nM2 nIdea >
Mea what eourse rou he h win adopt or r wha wharsteps wha8tPl whasteps
steps > he may nut recommend It will not notSUrpnIdB h hsurprising hsurprising
surprising < to find that he lm has take takecognizance takeco takecognizance
cognizance co tm in his hi message m aF of the condi conditfons conditfon conditious
tfons tfon developed developedMr e1oped e1opedr
Mr r Garfield say says the tb report trt furnish furnishUte ftmrntshthe i
the President PlSkk > nt eovere covered el > < l the situation com cmmpletely 1111 1111pI
pletely pI teb There wa was < nothing he h paid faldexceptkmal saidexceptkmot > >
exceptkmal local interest 1ntt > rC4L He decline declinnito declineto
to comment upon th < > fine > hnx ImllOtFd > f < i upo upoithe upothe upothe
the Standard Oil Ml Company nPLny of Ohio a a1Rdl aFindlay
Findlay 1Rdl by Judge G J G Banker deciar deciarmg declaIftg derlaitag
mg he was not sufficiently Informed r ft ftrardlng rgirding
girding the pleadings to 4 bv bu ublVf abl abkii ll s > fey Cd fr frfurnish 1 1furnish <
furnish an opinion opinionC5e opinionGi opinioneia
C5e Gi eia < il0 1O for r S sat SA1mg VJIIK IIJJ n Train TrninZane IrnlnZaneso1Ue TrainZanesvflle
Zane Zaneso1Ue lle Ohio Nov O X 3T 3Tn Two t months ItwnthRIO monthsago
RIO George rOrge rwe Patterson a itufkingum uMkinum Cot Coge Cotlege
legc ge student prevented PTe > uttil a dbiastr dLa5trrHl5 us wre w wrek wreknil k kna
on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad R lroad lo h hftagglng I Idagging
nagging a train after he h hhd h d dlfiwrTrcl dlfiwrTrcln I Ia
n brok bro brokii n r nett nih H Last L t night nights > mail brougfr brougfrhim Oroughhim hioughhim
him a check c k for 310 10 Cream rom the company companyO companyxtrzi Or1f111T1Yi1 T TBxlrnorrtlnnry
i1 O rwut rwuttrnorrtll1nr
Bxlrnorrtlnnry xtrzi trnorrtll1nr ortH no ry > Salof > atc of Oriental Orl ntnt UU5 UU5The n1l n1lTh Ruu RuuThE < >
The Th collect collection Jon of Oriental Rugs ar arCarpets r rCarpets ra
Carpets a ts now bins b in exhibited at the Wash WashIngton WasuiIngion 3S J Jtngton
Ington Art Glleris Octlr r M09 140 H et rv co cosists CQs eoslatsof
sists s slatsof tfl of some of If th t thm hI finest i nest specime pe specimens v vpn e epNSt epresented >
pn pNSt presented s > nted to th thl < Washington Wl tfn on public ptbl l Tlv Tlvs ThWctloDs Tliselections
s selections toctione wore cre personally made m by b ilr ilrtlnctasati lrntICt8i MrITlictatati
tlnctasati d during his recent visit to t tSast tt ttt 1Eust >
Sast t and each piece p is to be sold Jld will willthe wit wittbe wltthe
the guarantee that it Js 1 > absolutely per perfeet ppffCt perfvt
feet The Tb sale takes tak place Wednesday WednesdayNov Wdl Vtdmesda VtdmesdaNov f8da f8daNo
Nov No 7 15CS 1 6 and following foUoWi g days at U Ua 11m VJ
a m and 3 p m under the direction dut = ctlOl of ofBrown ofBrown
1 Brown Tolson auctioneer auct1on r

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