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VOL. XV. *N(~). 280.
GIRLS BURNED OR
1 wenty-four Factory Employes
Perish in Terrible Kire
FIRST RUSH OF Fl AMES
CUTS OFF ALL STAIRWAYS
Dazed With Terror, Some Unfortun?
ates Stay in Building To Die Hor?
rible Deaths, While Others Throw
Themselves From High Windows.
Deputy Fire Chief Injured.
tny Associated frees.)
NEWARK, N. J.. Nov. L'S?In ten.
minutes twenty-four girls were buttied
alive this morning, or crushed to
?ifath on 'he pavement in leaping
lrom wind ws and fire escapes of the
four-story brick factory at the corner
Of Orange and High street.-:. The
latest count tonight shows tliat ?ix
tOOnj of the twenty-four hodb s recov?
ered have heeu identified and '?at
six girls are gUfl missing. They may
be among the unidentified dead ,<>r
they may Ik' in the ruins. The col
laps^ of a wall tonight interrupted
Fifty were .aften to hospitals, oi
whom two may die. Annng the in?
jured Is Joseph E. Sloan, depitly fire
chief, who was overtaken by tin- lall
itig wall and burled in bricks and
rnhblnh. lie is badly hurt, but may
Petrified With Fright.
The rush of the Humes w is so swift
and i brew such unreasoning terror
into the working girls on the tc:p
hi >ry that tin- body of one was found
si ill seati d on a charred stool besioc
the machine at which sin- had lasen
busy when the lirst cry ti "fire" petri.
f;< d" her with fright. , g
Horrible as must have been what
went on in the smoke of that crowded
upprr rocm. whit bef.-ll outside in
the bright BSHaUght was more horrible
Cu? Off From Stairway.
The h Hiding was furiously InflABB
mnble and the fust flush of flames had
cut off all p sniMHrf of escape by the
Stairways. The eleva ors made one
trip, bet took doom no pissengers and
SM vi r came back.
The only exit was by two narrow
fire escapes, the lowest platform of
which was twenty-five feet from the
street. Into these overcrowded and
Steep lanes, scorching ha> by the jets~
from lower windows, pressed forward
a mob of women, blind with panic,
driven try the fire and others behind
Girlc Jump Wildly.
A net had been spread beneith the
windesss, and the girls began to jump
'Like rats out of e burning build?
ing," was the way a fireman described
the pell mell decent Thev boiled
out of the windows like a thick Tr?
ade, rolled upon the beads of those
b? low them and cascaded off the fire
escape n the pavement fifty feet be?
low. Berne stood in tb*? wind'w> and
itimjied clear; others from the land?
ings; s'ill oiherK from ihe st?*p?< wher*.
they stood. The air was fnll of them
?imt thev fell into the net. on the
necks of firemen, and fifteen r( them
on the hard stone slab*. When th?
awful rain ceisf-d there were eight
dead In the S reo:*, and the gutters
rani red. Seven mere were *n badly |
crushed fliat thev died in hospitals
Fifty are still under surgeons care.
CToud? of smoke and showers of
hurnine embers spread over the city
and rained jown cn neighboring roofs.
As the news flew ?and it lost nothing
in the telling?p>ni<* spread to other
fac'ories. whsrc many of th?? girls in
peril bad fri.nds :?nd relatives, and
? cTeral firms had to shut down for
Thousands Flock to Scene.
Thousands flecked to the ncen<< and
madn the werk of the firemen and |
police more difllculf. Italien r?lh
workers fell in the street and prayed
and lamented prtlahlv Priest* and
c>rgvmen worked 'heir war through
the press to alve ?hn last ennaotations
to those rf their dihVrrnt faiths
Ambulances and ant-wooolle*. cobs
m andrer'd for essergency service,
were herrylag in opposite atmet* to
th?> horr'iais and back again
rtefore anv vaablanre of order
r< i,Id be restored rvrrv police n*srrv..
in h- 'ity had here ratend e>it and it
vre? net nnti! Igte that the r^tiir.af?
of property rould ev.-st bo ven?
tured Fire de par; mmt now gueswer
?Kl.ftte. hnt no st-trmonr from the
owners and -?naete is vrt nvailshle.
Ol I-Covered Floors.
Tbr building was a fror slor. hrii k
? ?nirl in oor>ifu?.1 ?0 the tower floor,
hr Ike Veerarh Paper Box rmrmanv
and tbr A. A nrake p per P/x Cnm
feasry; cn the third Anm- wn*rr th*
fere stared by ihe \ nrte-.r t ?n?n
romiatny and tww Aetna Rlcrtr.r
C? mpan.. and i? th* top Awr ?V"
tne> death ii?t raw beevtrst. hv the
Woold *<r.if?rturtn? rwaapany.
-i r. .;nd*rw<?- Tier Woden
S*vw? were ?oafced with oi- driprdnge
|J sea, -? aj| or Se-cri .-. Page i
jNrW ARKUMfcNl AGAINST
FORTIFYING IHF CANAL
' Aeronautic Chief Declares Flying Ma?
chine Couid Easily Destroy
en* AeneeeMed pr?ep|
I NRW YORK, Nov. 2?.?Clifford B.
i Hannen, chief of staff of the ITafted
I States Aeronautical Reset ve. plan-i a
I new argument against fortifying Ike
I Panama canal. 'IV announced today
that he will attempt at a date not ye>
named, an at roplane flight anosv (he
isthmus from sea to : ea.
"My object," said Mr. Ilnrmnn. "is
to show that, no matter how strong
the fortilii atiot.s. at the entrance of
the canal it will In* possible /or an
ueroplune to fMJm over them ut a
I safe holghl and de: troy then;, render
i ins 'he < Mormons ex|m intitiire eon
J teavplatad a waste of money "
Mr. ilarinon sails for Kuro|>e on
RIDE UNDER HUDSON RIVfcR.
New Pennsylvania Station In New
NEW YORK. Nov. 26.?For the
first time in the history of transpor?
tation of this continent pas.senge-s 1st
Washington and points to the South
and West ieyoad walked Into a >ta
tion on Manhattan , Inland tonight.
! stretched out la their berths and rode
j through without change?tinder the
? Hudson river.
j The new Pennsylvania station was
i formallv declared open at one minute
. iiast midnight, and the first train--'i
j local?rolled under the river one
1 minute later.
ATTACK IS THWARTED
i Friends of President Win In
10NG, HEATED DISCUSSION
: Section of Report Criticising Mr. Taft
? for Attitude Toward Lake to Gulf
j Preposition Stricken Out?Demand
Made to Congress.
(By Associated Press)
ST. U)I"1S. MO.. Nov. 2:,.?.\n at?
tack on President Taft was III Stalled
' today at the final session of the Likes
J to the Gulf Dot per Waterways' As.-o
! ?iarion convention here this afternoon
I after the resolutions committee ha1
I asked approval of its report. Meads
i of the President rushtd to the plat
! form and ai>ealed to the delegates to
' eliminate what Governor Densen of
I Illinois, termed "an insult." After
; two hour, of warm dls<us?ion the ob
1 jectionable section was strickeu out.
i 'The section which caused the heat
I ed debate follows:
"And in bitter disappointment and
' in sorrow we are ? compelled to de
! plore the course of th? executive in
j delaying the creation of the board
I provided for in the last rivers and
j harbors act. and in finally appointing
[a board which proved unfriendly to
our policy and our project, despite
I our i>atriotie effort to aid him by in
i formation concerning the physical
I and commercial condition* better
' known to us than to o'hers."
I As soon as Alex Y. Scott, of Mem
I phis, chairman of the committee com
: pleted ?he reading of the resolutions.
I R. R. Borland, of Peoria. Rk. moved
j to strike out the section. After some
I debate. Boreland withdrew the morion
i and Congres.-man Richard Barthold.
1 of Missouri, renewed it.
injustice to Pretident
Congressman Hartfcold: said the
section did an injustice to the Presi
J dent: Mr. Taft by the wording of the
act was compelled to name the chief
j engineer of the army as one of the
board He appealed to the conven?
tion to eliminate h?r>h and untrue
Congressman H. T. Rainey of Uli
nois. made a bitter afterk on the army
engineers as a whole and said the
men on the board were prejudiced
against the waterway. He said th"
resolution as read should be adopted
Governor IVceen characterised the
section a' "an Insult" and declared
that President Taft had attracted the
attention of ihe world in the projeet
by making a trip down the Missis?
sippi river las? year, lie prcillrted j
that next year the convention would
be attacking the members of < on
Not Discussing Polities.
At this point Chairman Scott said
the eomaaltiee in its deliberations bed
not di*en??ed politlta. and E P< Con
way of Chi?aeo. flrsi vlre-nreMdcn'
of the association. ?aJd "I? H orv ;
slwev? be^t to < efteSB publicly our
private opinion* "
Congressman Kainey thee ?eeeide.1,
Conrr?-isirae RarihoWf's mourn re?
marking thai "the power? now havr
a ?sJntory waminr
Other resolution*. Which were j
adopted. C-rand of eongrces a ?a-1
terway connecting the Great l.sk"* j
wi<b rhe Gulf of Mexico, ten the main ;
artery of nttr navlcaMne ws'cm to
?vovMe for an initial depth at not lese j
tana It feet wlie Wk? adat.tedj m a
t?-nth Of em V ss than 14 fret The
edhVera nf the as neiaiton -r/N 't
pr?u:en' W K Kewnsi:??:. of Si
Louiv were re electee!. _ |
IN DEFINITE SHAPE
' National Jackson Day Celehra"
! tion of Democratic Achieve?
ment*. Now Pi :>pos?Hi.
NORMAN E. MACK AND
CHAMP CLARK APPROVE
j Governor Crothers Will Send Invita?
tions, With Understanding That
j Neither Party Nor individuals Will
Be Bcund by Any Act of Natjcnal
(liv Associated Pease)
I BAI/riMOHK Ml)., Nov. 2t! ?The
! movement to bring to Baltimore the
i represt tiLitive Democrats of the <>un
| try, in aud out of congress in a gaih
Ieriaej ihat win meseal ta uptkiii lallj
I u rejoice over the recent D-moora/ic
victory und to interchange view? at*
: to the luime. v.as placed on a defi
i nile foundmion today when the com
! ml'.tee in < harg-, denied by ijowrmr
; f'rothcrs. after a long conference with
i Not mau K. Mack, chairman of the
I lieiiRcimic National Commi t'<? Bad
I Champ Clark, of Missouri, adopted
ihe lorin of invlluii >n whii h will l.e
j sent to lite leading lit Win sg fa In ai!
. Statt a.
I Acting upon the advice of Mi. Mack
: ass] Mr. Clark. Ihe nosjfrleans enaf
I iaaltj lonsidt red was dropped and it
j was d< termiucd to make =he idea a
aallnasi Jackson pay celebration <>i
I Democratic araarTraaogta. The pians.
i iidoised by ( hailtiKin Mark BBd Mr.
Clark, contemplate a big mass meet?
ing at the l.yrlc on Ihe itt.-rin OA al
v. hich speeeln s will be BSade i>y h"AO>
I lag Demoerais. to h.- follow. ii by an
Nothing To Bind Anyone,
j It was thoiighly aadtratOOd at Ihe
i meeting that the Haltlmore celchr.i
^ lion will uiit be in the nature ci a
' ennference the resi It of which u IH
' 1 inj or commit either IK Djcaaorrillc
! party or the individuals i-irtictipatin
! tluTein. It iva.i furtlier understood
I that there are ta he nt res^tattoaa
i adapted, ac paraca boomed ft r the
preejileifcy rr for other office.-: and no
n sola ions passed eaataiadag; iadieat.
? ing or outlining a platform.
Ukrwlse it was made plain that
! no section of thf countrv and that
' no element, of the partv is as b" cver
! looked or left unrepresented, but that
. the gathering will lie open. free and
j devoted solely to the promotion of
i party unity nd barmcny.
All To Be Invited.
It is proposed la .-end invitations
I to e*gay Democratic moml>er of the
I present congress and the next. In
both house and senate, to invite
' every conspicuous leader in the ;iar;y.
, regardl. ss of their differences cf the
j past and t- extend a wcieome gen
I rrally o Democrats who dt-eir.- to
j keep alive and vibrant the triumph.
floth Chairman Mack, and Mr Cl?'""
j pledged themselves to attend the aft
. ernccn gathering, which will be in the
: natcre of a national Democratic mass
j meeting tr.d also to be a mine the
goes'a at the banquet at night, it oe
: mg understf d that Mr. Clark will he
j among the orators of ihe evening.
Mr.>f lark and Chairman Mark v/er..
enti t fi\netl at luncheon bv Governor
Cr>:th'rs Senator Isidor?? Rayner and
John Walter Smith; C-mgrcssman .1
! F. C Talbctt and Chairman Murray
j Vandiver. of the Krai committee
I Governor Croihers raid 'hat they
I had be?n asked over here to advise
' ?ml ron?elt wi'h the committee, which
j desired their co-operation in a ni ive
| raent whieh itewa* believed would If""
|rf benefit to the Deuvcratlr nenv
throigho?ii the country in that it,
I woul" stimulate and inspire D-tiw ?
i crate evrrrwhere to stand shoulder
i to shoulder for the great fight that is
I coming two years h< nee. whew the
nr?r rtunif. will he preened the
I party to retrain crntroi of the govern,
irnnt by th- cb-ctU.n of ( Densorra?c
Harmony Or.ly M* >ve.
j Ire Matured Mr. Mack ia.1 Mr Clarv
[thai there was In the mind* of the
j Marylanders no -eotive />m\c <hat of
party l.amvnv. that Mar.I nd aSsi
no candidate n.r i-resedct.t eor vice
president, and iiad no *r^,r. to fo?
ment factional strife and nie-.-o.d by
p-i-hing an? ?m- fnrwstd at thle
nor even indicating .?? preference
"All we want." he> aaid. "is IS let -
hern In m r rify a gathering ef ittej
tv. T...W. v. if the eonnlry. rr|>rev' i
I ta'ive ef all elements of a kind tSi:
will ln,ti( Ihefn closer trgeth. - .-n I
jhr'p unlfv n? for the fnfnrn "
J Senator Smttb dertared thee be
nroposlti' n w-s one whtcb erery Dem
orrat aaWadd support
?Vna'or Rattvr. r<wer--?.mi? Tal
' Imt and Chairman Vaneiv? r ?r"*c
r.t'rrlagry aw nc atmlhir lin?s
Mack Ready T0 Help
fhahman M ck rapt anas d We *>
rh> ta ?JBeperVe mph Ahe Mar?'?,, I
I>n>eemls and he drciar d him?If
nt.: <o >r,Ai
S'KWS, VA., S?NI)\\ . Ni
I policies of fcrataJaew j |ila rorei
llil> lime would be hoch uiv. ,. am!
' uiiih is ef -a iv. Kill'"'" and dl"*ord
i Mould Inevitably [oll w I i ? Mig':-'
j I kit thai u celebration ? i!i?> Hem-,
[rratic vie'mj In the nature of a
I Jar knot; My haaejnH and maw air*!
lug, Imwin r iget with In . h. arty an
; He sail) u- would n'li mly attend
? lull \vuiilal do alt he eon',I iu mat; ? II
[ a success.
j Representative Clark declared th.?:
I he felt that a confercm??? a?H up
! pOiB lyl llelegatlS Wll<.I 111 (he ,
i of one part of ihe country would tf't
he a wise ni ne tmm ihe Ktand|>oiii
or Democrat i- hermon* He fnvu i
a Jaekson nay et-tofegntlon In Uflitl
more, i whieii aha ikl lie invited the
leading D'tiuK rat? of the rou^lrv.
The naaahera rf the leeal commi ?
ne propone to mart work at.ooee
with the det< rminatlon of making 'he
mass ?anting and hnuipi ? the 1
j gent of the kind ever In Id in he eOtlO
I George Ide, of Home Life,
Asks Comrnssion Not to
H'.v Am?' >*'', I renal
WASHINGTON. I). C. Nov. 2tt\
Bpeafciag for the 20,iM>fi,iniii life insur?
ance policy holders in Ike I uiieu
States President George ide. of the
Home Lite Insurance Company, tod-'v
urged that the Inter tale Commerce
Commission iu its dis|K>sition of
Ihe (Minting freight rale increases in
ihe eastern trunk line tcnitofjr, the
commission avoid any move which
would strike a blow at railroud se?
curities. Mi . fde : aid in his tesli
tnony that be was not taking a aoai
lion for or against the proposed in
(Tease, but potnttjd oui ttiut in his
company alone i?er rent of Iis to?
tal assi is is invested in railroad so
ciuities and iliat his company had
I hexe bonds aai iadJt| In trust for its
t.'i.n'in policy holders. Mr. Ide aM
In- appeared for'the life insurance in
ti rests generally.
INNOCENCE 10 END
Last Statement, Contimit in
Two Letters to Miss L n
(By Asearieeiaf 5're.??i
LONDON. NOV. .'?;.?The las: state?
ment or Dr. Crippea* who wjs bangeo
on November at Pent' n*.lie prison
is published in a Sunday pare in th"
form cf twr. final letters. wrMen tc
K'hel Leneve. one of which i dated
November 2- Tin- letters are net re?
produced in tli'ir cntlren, it being
? xplaiiu-d ihat they coucined certain
BenMStkl conlldenrts, but no'hing ii.
the nature < f a c-onfession.
Crlpi?eri through! ur declared bis in
nccence to Mi>s 1 cn? ve and ho;ied
that his iunoretn-e one day would be
m venled. The letters, which are
printed as one. liegin with protest*
t'ons of passionate love for the girl
*nd repeat c< us antly the phrase
"G^d help in to be brave In the face
of the end now *=o near "
Ninth District Democratic
Committee Decides Against
Carrying Fight to Congress.
fBy A<*oeiaied Press*
BRISTOL. TKNX, Nov. 2*?The
Democratic n? alive c aantittee of the!
Ninth Virginia dtrtrirt, which w !
here today to decide whether Henr) ]
c. Stuart, le-mocritic nemlnee fori
cnetgrrtnt. shall contest the sear of
Cmgre?yman < It Sk wp. Renubli
eaa. re elected by 217 majority, de-1
rided arain.' s ernie*t
The ~)i>n>" Rep ibtican cenrre*. I
man trvm Virginia will fee a'l wed toj
assume his s>-:ct rneunteu'ed lh??ith |
the lesserr'ite - eonsaUuee i?-uy !
New Yorv Morse Sale Closes.
<Wy Asweasael Hi?
YORK Nov. 2S.?With sab* j
rng fsn.ggx for tee week, tee
<>M Oh ry~ nnrre aertien '??
? hat of the banner pears of i>c and
tight Thowaasal ?Mit voyage
c arico nt
t. fSr UP I
ras?paar and docked ?t Porrsmonth
OVi-.MBKK 27, 1910.
-FLIGHT OF AIRMAN
I Woissant Circles Ahov," State
Penitentiiry as Special Show
i > j
j for Prisoners.
: CHASE OVER RICHMOND
Garr:c and Barrier Follow Simon in
Whirlwind Trip, Watched by Eager
Crowds In Streets and Parka and
j On Housetop*?Virginia Capital Has
<lty As?... I.if .l Preen)
RICHMOND. VA.. No*. 2?.?Thirty
: minute' In lore Rene Simon. Roland
[QAtWi and Rene isarrb r, FreBCh uvi
'auiri. made a eiK-ctaemar flieht over
i Itii hii'oiid together today, John I!
I II MasuM ettt lie figure right at an
IaRlaadsj oi i.uuo law bfeena ihe city
?Htld circled rcmiul the slate |m tillcn
; tiaiy on two ttyjhts as it special show
I lor I.L'uu convicts, v, ho Ka/' d aloit,
j teiri r-strli-ken eM Mien' The double
I penitentiary flight sits irrangod by
; the Tim< s iiispa.eb Tor ihe !? lie fit of
the in. n who were locked in the gray
! wall? before the udvrni of sueet ut'd
j motor ears
The men weie bronchi into ho
! court ynrd und? r giuud.
Too Chilled To Cheer.
M' n ( n the signal towers gave word
that MoanCM! WSM within sight. As
he 'ppeare.1 above the walls and
dlpiMtl gracefully, the army in atripM
was tiM> bsdl> lawfhnd i?y the api'i lanle
I to shoiu.
j Cititing u?a\ FroSS the prison. Mois
[anst |k> ut< d the gOA" of his mono
'. Nene? *lafhl r, sailed] directly ever the
tall bnlldings tri the c-it an,| ma:!.
?sham t; rn fP .t he might Hv again
! by Ike plai n where th" convict*
[awaited] dim. On the a> cord trip he
, flew still lower, circled aga'n snd
I again and thin ret ttried to the avia
i lion fi? Id whe-re iu.ihmi ixople had as
mbled for th-- rlr-ing day or ihe
, m< er.
i After fttO-'sa 'n; bad been forced to
bow and smile ?< th.- grand stand.
? Ratte? .in,i i;a,-!ier and Simon, all
'of uhnm had fl'wu over Riehmond
! earlier In :t.e we. k. went into the air.
jthfir s.-.-rci plan Inning to make a
irit.?.- city flight together. S'mon, first
|?'a get ?v.u. disappeared SB quickly
Hani hi-- I'mivanions were, unable to
?nd him nn il he turned above the
I high towrr of the citv ha'l.
Watching From Houstops.
'?>' bj a'm< si e?. i v houf etop peonle
; followed the aviators as they sailed
anirentHy and high,
i Driv!t;g a I si' r ma.-hlne, Sinvm
lagan eluded tlarrns and Harrier, as
[they i ,ici d/abre.n-t in an effort to
! ov? rtake B:m. Just as hey cut
I througa a ;'i<it-r 'urn Simon veered
j to the left und di- |n?esrr<i again, hi*
?motors throhl ng perfettlv as be trar.
! elrd foster than a mile a minute
j While Carros and Harrier were ?tili
I we!) abreast, 'bev passed over Irroad
i Street i?ark nd H* football crowd,
ario-s rbe > hopping ttun? ugti fares ao
! low thai th- ahirring motors could
i be distiuctl - heard. After Oarros and
|Bairi?r had al'rhted in the renter ot
I'be starling field Sim m. directir be?
tween the sun and the crowds, sod
(ecii'v rweo|:ed down.
Mcitsant's Spectacular Flight.
1 While ihe sight of three t eroplanes
I in the air at once above the boose
I tcn? was thrilling indred to the whole
eity. which looked on in wonder, 'he
flight f Moissaut was by far the
mcst spectacular. As be came over
Capitol square from the ea^- he grad?
ually dropp. d to -n altitnde of tV"'
Teen, the ReUnont perk numbers under
bis j .lanes being eae.ly read hv thou?
sands of people who bad climbed to
! be top of skyscrapers when- word
rmaae frees the fair? gre-nods sevsral
miles away that the first ? ros> city
Bight of ?he dar w<s starting Mors
??an' at times e?.nlit hear the cheering
la the streets. His dip as be ua.w>*d
over 'he penitentiary on bis jecosid
I on me y in that part of the roan and
,, , . ,o.li i torn marie the n,<?- excit
ins ifrertr ( ?.n- d-f - ?nreed?"d fiwng.
\|. s ml arrived here :bi? m?mlng
from Cuba tm i?rirg the eater' to A
Richmond Stands Atone
"No ei y in Km one has * .er ?s? sa
seven erons r!'v iiabfs.' - sM Mnis
*an:. "and in ibis reiner: Rieh-'n ad I
'and* alonr ?nd ? aioue And a" band j
of cravlct* r?e, saw an a?-rr plane
flnlv one man in the big itlsne .
missed the ?bow He la in th#- ,-hsm !
I^t f i death awaiting e?e-"?tUve next
m.ek lust htfore Moi??anfs flieh
i.gi r. t' !"!< iiwr ii. ertiiied thai |
<; w rn. r Mann had declinrd tn re
tent, bis untrere ta Ikfr Imnr.s.
<trr AaemefeteA l*rfsi V
NORF.->l>i VA . S?eT ? -TheI
rrvenite miter SR
the capes karr tester bertnet to Hat
tera? m ?earrb for a ?waben ~rV-stei
er The name of th*
bot known here.
nlgko quittly lynched
by mob in florida
fDeath Penally Meted Out to Black
Who Cnterec Girl's Bed- n
iliv SmumbSmI nasal
MAY.I. ri.A.. Nov 2li. Hi,hard
Imw, a negro wsh quietly lynched
? vi tal aalkai outhidc the dl? before
kaj today for entering the bedroom
? ?i ilie daughter of K M. Oobb. in the
neun ol Mayo luie la ; uitlii
The < rime of the negio and Hal
annana teat lynching thai a secret nav
Iii this uflernoon.
i Marruge Licensee to Virginians.
(AaaeJal ta The imii.v i*ie.ss.i
j WASHINGTON, |?. c. Nov US.?
j Mari iuge license* have been, issued
I here in Kugrnc I smiih aud Muude
I?;. Oktptan, of cirohne d eaty, Va.;
[ Thomas K. Hraneh aud Hat tin Heuth.
j of Itiehmond, Vu.; Harvey U Chil
jdi'KN und Annie T Schwartz, of Itlch.
Ordered To Duty at Norfolk.
(Special to The Daily Press.)
WASHINGTON. I). C. Nov 2?.?
j l'-i '-ii Assistant Surgeon H. F. Strlne
has heen ordered to duty at the Nor
j folk nav \ yard
I Young Hurley Gets Decision.
Iilly Aweiielalefl it?-h*>
NKW ORI.KAN8. I.A.. Nov. j*.?
Yciiuk Huilev. of New Orleans was
'given the decision over Kddie Statiton.
'.f I lost on. at the end of h 'en-round
'. hout att he Royal Athletic Club here
NELSON D01AN0 OUT
."DurableDane" Terribly Beat?
en by Owen Woran.
;N0 ROUM FOR DISPUT t
j Great Crowd at San Francisco Sees
J Englishman Win Clean Victory in
Eleventh Round. Be ug First Man to
Actually Knock Cane Out.
'Hv A ?'.-!t.-.t r>rr?s v
BAN FRANCISCO, CAI.., Nov.
j Battling NVUon, af ll- gewisch I Oh*
cagoi, III., wili no longer menace ihe
HgkdV ? :eh; belt For the firi't time In
this lighting career, the '?Durnhle
! Dane. ' a siici| of the once gr- a? pugl
I I'st, was km eked out today beyond
i all dispute, tlwiti Moran. a ftnrdy
lad dm Hirmlnghim. England, did
;the feat in the presence af one of the
I largest crowds hat ever assembled at
I a giove contest In ihU citv.
Mrtran knocked Nelson out in the
Itigeonth round cl a scheduled twenty
I round event, his vlctorv bel?g clean
j and leaving no rom for argumeut as
I to hi* complete mistrry of the one
. ime i bampion.
I Oue recond aftr r the final rounn
I bad been tolled off and Referee B?n
fSelig shouted. "Yci'ie out: Moran
j wins.'' Nelson wa.-. aaj his feet, with
blood streaming from bis mo. th and
nose, loudly importuning ihr referee
to permit bim to continue.
Dcwn Hjvc Times.
The eleventh and Qnal round
irnened with nether Sghter perceptt
[ttj In distress. Moran. who appar
jmtly hid been biding his time for s
j finishing blow, got bis chance when
j Neb-on. with bowed bead ruahed into
clor* quarters. ' Moran flung his H*ht
i forward, catching Nelson flush or. the
j jaw Down the Dane went to his
I haunches ft.r the cunt of nine. Nel
?son tottered to his feet, bleeding and
j dased. Moran stood hack, waiting for
( him. Aptin the Briton's powerful
right sbctt out and Nelson dropped to
the mat rnce mere
The pertormanee was thrice repeat
led. Mem each time reaching Nelson *
, unprotected law wi n hie right.
IWith the Ian knockdown the ref?
eree and the tisae keepers enontee
the fatefnl ?en When Referee sv lie
, declared Moran the victor. Moran
j turned a hnadrpring into the arme ?f
his seconds and dashed from the rin
wlthort * ? saark.
After Wolgast Now.
' I slways knew I con Id tarn U
irlek.' he declared, -and 1 am proud
to hire heen the Srw man to pat Nei
eon ont. Now I want Wolgast Tee
iaorner the m*leh caa he evade the
Nelf?n de.-lar<.d( hat be had been
leonnleo rnt assntatnrely He said
"It barked hut hkree seconds for the>
round to md. and I bep>ve that t
would have been -? freak as ever in
the nest mnnd However. Moran de
?. r ve? all the credit. He Is * great
HI le ftrhter end wtR he ante aa heed
i Ms owe acahrt anv m them."
I NORFOLK WILSON CLUS.
Orgenixattoo Witt Boost Ne?> Jersey
Mao far President.
r?r smnnMaawi pvwaas
NOrtFOlJC VA Nn? 2' F.nthi?*l-,
ssilc Deeaorrnis oranntent a "Wood
?he Dessoerntfr presidential noentna |
?ten la IMS
R, W HrHwlttv". * prOew>l?4*fU taWTpf,
. THE WEATHER.
ir and warmer * ?. i i,
lay rain; light variable
a, lie, uii,my totith.
PRICK TWO CENTS
'ARMY TEMN LOSES
IN FIERCE BATTLE
loalton's Drop Kick on Seventh
I; Attempt Brings Victory to
Navy, 3 to 0.
: CADETS'SI RUNG ELEVEN
immense Crowd of Fashionable Soci?
ety Folk and Army and Naval Offi?
cer* Watch Stirring Annual Strug
cle Between Annapolis and West
1 Point en Franklin Field.
(By Assortiaefl r*r?sirf*
rotislMELPHfA, PA. KW* M -
j That old rul<> which teacher that if
nue cares to imeened he must try. try
again, was terribly brought to tniud
; on Franklin field this arteruoon,
i when the Mavy, In a hard and clean
, BBBM of football, defeated their old
rivals, the Army, by the score of
to 0 Atier six attempts to boot the
ball from placement over the W'ts,
Point goal line. Haiti, the sturdy
halfbaik of the midahi < ren's team.
Mteceede^j on his seveni, effort und
the three ;?,.i,t whii h In nud beet;
striakag for looked good to ke Navy
I und proved to be sufficient to i.i IM
It was a pretty kick. square |? he
|tnnea the goal ihihis and was ana?*??
toward the end of the last period. ?>'
? play. The klek almost broke the
' Army's heart, but true to the tradl
i ttnne the Army stuck to it and did
tun ? how the white feather
Tha Nuvy deserved nie vhmry f<>r
: the midshipmen pui up a sterling
i game mid outplayed the cantata troiu
; the initial kick on down in Ike i'
i Htant when Field Judge Full/ ileel.ir
I ed the contest at an < ltd.
Of ll.ilton's seven attempts at poll*.
. from the ReM. three were made from
' the SAyarti line. The last of Whlett
sueeded from It yards, one from
M and front 19 and one mighty effort
ardx front ihc Aratv roal. All bttt
of his kicks esrrl d in the goal
iine. but I be stiff wiud ?fro.it the
northwest which blew strops the
j field, tarried the ball to one side Of
the goal posts. Dean, the star punter
of the Aimv. mad" two attesniits at
1 field goal*-, one from the 4*?jratd line
; and the other at 4.". yards. !-iit neither
kirk ?am.? near a ?.< ore.
Few First Downs
The freqnencv with whi< h resort
' ?aa made to this method of attempt
i lo score was because of the difliciltr
, each 'cam bad in advancing the hall
consistently, c.imporstively few ftrat
down? were made by either, but what
added advantage there wss In this
respe< t was with the Navy. The mid?
shipmen piaytd a fine offensive game
? and there was few times that the
midshipmen did not have ihe redete
on the defensive.
The game will go down in the foot?
ball annals of West Point and Annap
i oil: as one of the cleanest and 1m-?
[ ever played between the two institu?
tions. Ii ass fought before one of
the largest crowds that ever gathered
on Franki n Field and in brilliance,
the areet throng has hardly over been
outshone by any assemblage attracted
i to the annual battle bctwien ihcne
two arms of the national servier
L In the boxes were many tigurer
: familiar in society eir<les of Phila?
delphia Secretary of the Nsvy Meyer
, was present and be rooted hard and
successfully for the Nsvv. Secretary
Meyer was ably assisted in pushing
ike Navy on to victory by Atsiatant
Seen isry Winthrop and a long line
of rear admirals, captains and other
officers active aed retired. On the
south stand opposite there was an
equally lance number of army offi?
cers. In the absence of Secretary
of War Ptcwttison. because of the
death of his sen. General Le-mard
Wood, chief .of naff, upheld the honor
1 of the Army.
The weather was almost perfect
for football and the vast crowd, be?
decked in the black, gold and rrsv
of the army or the blue and gold of
the navy, with a generons sprinkling.
of terav yellow chrysanthemum I made
brilliant nod animated picture* That
als companies of cadets, in their loa?
srrav mar? am* <auan. and Mve it evsm
nsale of wloshinmesi fa
h?i? for some
mate area aot te
Teems Evenly attached.
Tb?- ??- o ?eam? ?M-csred tm be
eveciv as at'hid ?? far aa waasb' wss
rnn-emed. mm fhey ran on Ihe hVAaV,
The Army hnga wen !he
sleeted to take the Arid elib :he
w|n*t at >betr hneh* and the
stu.~b of the fkrnr in the
<r we* hi Army's uiihes i