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Cahle t* The Times-Dispatch]
"Cdlnburgh, October 12.?CUd la new
of brown, with green cock
In their hats. 300 suffragettes
to-day to march from Edin?
burgh to London, -oll?, line signatures
oa their way to a monster petition to.
?Premier Asqulth, JiainiUni "votea for
Woman.** f
Mrs. Florence de Fonbl.iniue was In
command Bhe, hf-r ?ides de camp and
the standard hearer were mounted.
The other Marchers win walk. From
Bdlnburgii to London hi aheut 4G0
miles. Tb*? suffi-ageter? propose to
cover ten or twelee mile* gatty, giving
ample time, not only for solicitation at
Signatur. tn th< Ir petition, but for
frequent meeting! pa tho roads.
Many milltaati wer* in the ranks,
hat throughout the march demonstra?
tions of violence will be barred.
TE % POT* ?TE ? 51 FATAL.
Still* Two-I ear-Old KnaMab Roy as
He Ma at Table.
London October It..'" A' little hoy |
gamed Gilbert ?'. imer. aged two > i-ars
and four months, residing at Wool ,
Dorset w ho wa?? sitting at table whil? '
his parent*, were having tea, suddenly 1
cried out and van seen to take one i
hand away frc.m the teapot. j
The Brother 1 oneluded be had drunk
Some hot tea, and a doctor who was
called in fourt'l h!?n suffering from
swollen larynx and bronchial tunea
An opernti? n was perforated, but he
died two hour? afterward.
"I do not think tin- ehild drank any?
thing from th? teapot." said the doc?
tor, "but he Inhaled *team front the
spout. Tl.e rase ??; hopeless from
the first '1
?lot Don. in Neve York Streets by
t>ll?n-( onnlnnmn.
!Cew Tork, October 12?Frank de
Nico, a younr. Italian, declared by the
police to have been a prominent wit?
ness In the Camorra trial, was shot
mxi kllle-i early this morning, lie
Was talking with a wnman acfRtath
tance at a Brooklyn street corner
when a man drove up In a taxleab.
stepped out. and. putting- r revolver
to De Nico's chest, fired one shot, j
The murderer. with the woman. 1
?amped lato the taxicah and drove
away. De Nico had $?f-0 in rus pocket
when the police resche-: htm.
Detectives are looklntr for a coun?
tryman of De Nico*? who came over
en the same steirr.er. and who has
keen boar3ire near him.
Charleston, t**. Vs., . October 12.?
?Squads of militiamen under direct
command of Adjutanl-Qeneral bUllStt
Searched the banks of the Kanavrha
jUver above Charleston during the
night for two fast motor boats known
to have left Charleston early last j
evening. They were located at dawn)
ten miles from the city, but their I
cargoes of explosives had been re-1
moved and the crews wwre missing.
Trails into the h?ls .are heing 'ol*
lowed In the hope of .running down
the men who. the BsMllsnf authorltlea
believe, are transportln-t dynamite into
the mining country wito. the intention
of blowing up the trrine? w..? re a strike
har been in pr?'g"fss since la*t spring
arid where Sias Mal Jaw has prevailed
since July.
All th.oiij.-ht of reducing the force
et militia on doty has been' abandoned. I
and it is piirtiahln that some of the I
companies seat! bosne earlier in the
week will he rsfslbtd
The situation )s r.-?ardcd h. re by
the authorities as gisse, since the
appearance of what are believed by
military men to be organized bands
of terrorists.
Oar Great State Fair is Over
.-And the t..emory of its many attract tons will
undoubtedly be long rerriembered. At our
booth and store we entertained many thousand?
of visitor*, and our magnificent display- of new
mndcls and specially designed Pianos and
Piaver-Pianos evoked the unanimois approval
of ran.
Many of the prize-winning Pianos and Player
Pianos shown at our booth at the State Fair will be
offered at greatly reduced prices for quick disposal.
An unparalleled opportunity to po*,**-, one
"f these magninrent instruments, manufactured
and guHfanteed bv the leading makers of the
world, and embracing every know-n impr'..ve
racM in piano-forte construction.
BW?Tt>*>onea-v terri;^ will prevail, an-i *e ir.nte every reader
tn call, examine ar.d hear the-te m.3rvrl<>u*K- perfect i??trurnrnta,
whetbe- rwt?~-,pl<tf purchasing or not.
? - toateooaveo
121 East Broad St.
Richmond, Va.
A Fall Suit for Every Man
MODELS. Conservative styles for those
who seek quiet good taste; more liberal
designs for the young man who allows
himself a bit of freedom in his dress.
FABRICS. Plain colors and tasteful mix?
tures, in every variation of tone and weave.
PRICES. Whatever you care to pay, from
$15 to $40.
. _ r\_
Transcontinental Party of Geog?
raphers Pays Visit to
Symposium on Geography
Teaching Held Dur?
ing Afternoon.
IPpeciaJ to The'Times-'DiRpatch 1
Charlottteoville. Va.. October ?.?A
lesson in th? boat way to stimulate
the ptartrtotiam of young m?ci was one
of the results of the symposium on
geography teaching held at the Uni?
versity of Virginia thin afternoon by
th? tre-neoonrirental exrur-ion party,
which 1e oomposed of r^-pr easentaxives
of forty foreign universities and
learned aoc'etiej", and many Institu?
tion? of learning In America.
"To know one's country beat is to
low- m best; to know it beat really the
only way Is to know its geography
Thus., to teach ?<.osrraphy properly is
to the f?tate, as well as to make
the student more aocompUshe?!."
T!?i?, tm substance, wu the' was- r>r. i
?Ios?-ph Partsch. of tho University ot
fiolozi?-, espr.-esed what he thought
u as th>- strongest argument for urging |
a more systematic tenrhing of geog- ;
rapliy In the school?, ?od IWtatilialllg j
the study In the colleges and umVer- '
The visitors arrived Sgl their rpeclal !
train from As'uevttlc early this morn- |
Ing. and were met by the following <
faculty committee: President Aldcr
BuTUs, Deems WsxhksaTeSBjrl, Thornton. Drab-!
ney. Jjile end Page and Professors '
Davis. Mallet. Wilson. T. W. Page. Ie?- j
fevr?. Grasty. Smrrbh. Watts. Paojkner,'
l>obie Neu-comb and Uunley.
Tiiey ?er.- trntiraexCartely taJten by j
automobile to Monti cello. They evinced ?
hs much interrwt In liie home of Jef- 1
i fetrTSSfl us in the BaagBasatossM s-^nery :
j from the ln'iunlilti top. giving the
finest view of the Piedmont plateau in :
; the land. Prestdent Alderman, with
. Dr. William .VJ. Davis, of Harvard. w?:?i
'? is the sponsor for the part..- and "The
: greatest geographer in America.'" rod"
I in th- first car. There were twenty- i
I live cars In line.
1 At noon luncheon ??us served ait the
' university commons, and then for a
little while the world's greatest schol- '
?rs in thtir respeotis* fields wandered
about th>- university grounds and
iFttiMings. and told en t h uslaoti ca 11 v
i How li*autiftil they thought the place
! was .and what pleasure It gave tbeni
' to be at "'the famous University of
i Virginia."
President Aldet-man :nade a delight
I ful .?peech in welcoming the visitors
I BS the university a: -1 "to the soil
! where wa,? horn American freedom."
j He was loudly applauded when he
? spoke of the need of t<-aon,1ng geos
! rar?hy w tt;i more attention to its real
i value, ajid especially of continuing th"
i ?-ouraee la the colleges and universi
i ties. "We should have geography as
' ;i university Mudy." he said. "ar.d
i tvrs?r -methods tm the secondary
i -t-h.-rds. w*-ier.? It 1? now tsuerM."
Profej.*ir Davis spoke of the wia
; rloni of Prasadeag Ahderman's sugge*
i tiores in i>ts brief epee-h. in which he
trianked President Alderman and the
university fnrr enabling his party to
I hase such a pleasant and profitable
! srtop on their'w-ay to New Vork on the
J la-et lap ef th?1r rawerksbl<- trip,
t I*iv? European scholars n vd eh.vrt
j paper". Two Americans were bo has *
done ?*?. but the time would not stif
; fat ? The Kuropeane were. Dr. Jo
j seph P*rt.*cli. :oofeeeor of geosrraph.s.
University of I^elpslg. and late prcri
I d*nt of ti>e ?reosjrr*.prrlc*l Society of
I "I/clpzig Dr Eugen Ober'e irnme*-. prv>
j feoeor of --?orraphy art t.V University
; of fi?nm and president of the Ge??
i graj>f?;?al ^toeWy of Vienna, isjeien
j ?iellois. professor of geogmtphr. UH
? s.r?:t> of fa-Is. ard a??'?c'-ete editor
' or 'ArnaW d? rvw??Taphl?"*! Georv~
?? rrhieholm 'eoturer tn googiaphy ait
. the T'nrvere'.ty of Edinburgh and Sec
' retarv to the Royal SooOtUSh Oeograp- -
j lea' <%>ciet> ; Em'le rStaiv, professor o*
geography. I'nlvereity of OeTjeva ard
! Sob?v?! of Ooentreyce
' Dr A. P rSr'irham. of Colgate Unl
v. rsifv. and Dr R D. Catkins. o?
V'^v ran. will ortnt Otertr papers with
th? .nhers
T'i? fcaropean uT?:ver*dties are alls *
?f. the n?e>i of t-a-hlng areographs.
and neavls all of them hare oasarrs
Mied ov eriv'.-"tt e%'./>'>-? To? papers
-? .1' ? e jjt,' t-.,,| r * ??-.. phlloe>->ph:eal
> V;?!T o+ th- !> ?#-? [.? of V r-gln-.e.
i-4 ?ill 1.? s? I*;-, d'atrlb-ited a more
?o?>'~>1 te*.'*ie-s and ofl. eea of wiM '
eov.'-vtion in this <^runtrr
An t|
(Speeta. :o TTs? Tl-nes-DisaatrN ]
l/rs'Dn^rs V? r?eio|??r ".: - In?' m-:-.g
??aa Se?a -na-e- i to ?escn*ehlag msr-4-sg?
cl **' V?.-' r -.j-. .a??Ver ?I- sad
**trv A K ?--r - ."Teas Pe-? sVe-d
irr all er saaa, The wedding ie h
? . - . - . ?1?- ??t?r-!o ? i
.. ? . ? ? ...... r? ? at>*.'
ail Minoov. KIM. MXTTCFiaj.
**t irrsl other Ki
Pari?. Otrtber \l ? Tkeatha fr as, pe*.
*--:.r- iJ r..-:: hrooena are -epnrte.1 dailv.
"U for last luuath. for tr*etane?. is
f ,jrw:. e %rkmen deed and three
d^ns in sv.e Voagea One we^hrnan is
?' ai a* Na-, . three are dsn gl r nearly
III. A fsmllr of trt** ?*as aa>a*l solaone^
a* Versa:lies one hawing aTleal While
the rear other* are In a kassattai
T"-.? -?-?rsayrdtriarT rhrrag Tat the' es
pea?s *n f arag* every year srara saassaast
the deeaHy dajugar of i ftsJa si ash -
rewerns. hast without avail Thsy re?
seat yearly ears* fha> tassavaaaHsrag
t-?r? a i- h SS bolting Che SJ JBlu USIWS
wttk s silver sgowa. are of as teas
whatever, for la this part/1 eaiuw ease
Che trow, deadly of all fcasl *t saaaraa.
aa> tv*r tun ska gsaapg fcsaagt
^Aavw-hw aaatajkakde igj^aa^sSsaaa) !e
reaJfiy',*d'-a.l7J* aast ? Is so saaasfry
that one f-aariweaC Is a aVh arfTi eaj?
taee to kill aiT who paTnUaho st* the disk
rather bad hires e? waaSaf riant aawaey
I CBpeolal to The Ttmea.-OUpe.teh.)
I New York. October Iz?A Myriad of
lights strung from halyard and pin?
nacle of the IIS of Uncle Sam's war
' ship* veritably set the Hudson at>las?
to-night. A fog that hung- heavy ovet
the water salts a perfect background
for the light*, and las great lleet tlarecs
forth a brilliancy that put the Great
White Way to shame.
Many thousands sgysj the fleet this
afternoon. Thousands more are ex?
pected to-morrow.
Mayflower Kogbeaad.
' rSpe- lal to The Tlmes-Dlspjtch.]
Wood's Hole. Mass . October 12.?The
nava.1 yaclit Maj rlower. with President
and Mrs. Taft ami several guests jn
board, was fogbound early to-day IU
Pollock Kip. After an all-riiirht trip
from Beverly the Mayflower anchored
for several hours, rather than attempt
to enter the harbor In the heavy fog.
The fog lifted later, anil the May'
flower proceeded *o the entrance, of thn
harb>r. and the members of the Presi?
dent's party were taken in launches
to Naushon. Mr. Taft Is to spend the
night at the ho-ne of W. Cameron
Forbes, Governor-General of the Philip?
pines. The Mayflower will leave bere
to-morrow afternoon for New York,
where Mr. Taft will review the naval
One Mortally ?tahbrd la Bitter Fight
Over Yoaag Mats.
Paria October 12?Two sisters,
Louise and Jeanne Pubois. daughters
of a respected family residing In the
Rue Lecourbe. fought a duel in their
bedroom, resulting in the elder of the
two. who is only twenty years of age.
Being mortally wounded. Louise, who
Is eighteen, had been engaged for
some time to a young cabinet-maker.
A little while ago. however. Jeanne
fell in love with the young man. and
this caused considerable ill-feeling be?
tween the ?isters.
Yesterday they quarreled, and from
words rapidly came to blows. A des?
perate struggle followed, and Jeanne
had thrown her adversary to the
ground when the latter, seizing a
bread knife, plunged It into her s'de.
At the sight of her sister lying un?
conscious, bathed In blood. I?ulse
?t?s overcome with despair, and when
tne members of the family entered
the room they onby prevented her by
sheer force from stubbing herself to
death. !
First aad Second Place la Duke of Cork
Lotion October IS.?American horses
won both first and second place In the
classic Duke of Cork staken to-day at
Kempt on park. T?uis Wlnnne's Adam
Hede was first and August Belmont's
Monotone second in a field of twelve
Th*> race was for $10,000. agd was* a
handicap over a distance of a mile and
a quarter.
Pimples Go
Beauty Comes
You Just Can't Help Having a Beauti?
ful Complexion If You Use
Stuart s Calcium Wafers.
Pimples! Horrors! And what a aon
derful change when they are all (tone.
Most every one lias noticed this. Now?
adays, when you bee a real beautv. the'
chance* are .StuartV Calcium Wafers I
wrought that wonderful change. It takes!
only a short time, even with very bad ]
complexions?the kind that are dis
figured with rash, eczema, boils, blotches
and lix-rr spots.
stuart'? Calcium Wafers cause the skin
po*e? to breathe out impurities. The
lungs burn up a great amount, but Nature
imposes upon the skin the larger burden.
Every tick <*" the clock means work. work,
work for these wonderful Wafers And
every instant new- skin is forming, impuri
t ie- become less and less, the pores are
rein* igorated. and soon such a thing as a
pimple, blackhead or any other eruption
i? impossible. You marvel at the change.
The soft. Bssf tint love-taps the cheeks:
Tne neck. shoulder? and arms show the
heelth of youthful skin?in fact, you just
--an't help having a beautiful complexion
if you use Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
They are put up in convenient form to
r^rry with you. are very pala'ahie. sad
are sold by druggists evervs-here. at SO
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Its lasting usefulness
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Gifts of ?Ihrer need not
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showing many attractive
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We invite your inspec?
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deheeh is latest
j (Continued From First Page-)
! closed an hour before the speaker s
j arrival,
' Perched aloft on a platform behind
> Colonel Roosevelt llku a magnified
j church choir were young women, all
' of them dresseo in white and wear- .
I ing bandanas over their right ahou.dei. j
i They were the ' Jane Addaras choir.'' I
; and Uiey sang tu amuse tue crowd, ^uu- \
j til Colonel Uooseveit appeared. The
: front rows of chairs were occupied
f by women who wore large red badges
' and carried oorn-poppera The pres?
ence of the corn-poppers was some- '
? thing of a mystery until Profess -r
| Charles E. Merriam. chairman of the
meeting, stepped to the edge of t-.e
platform and said. "Ladles, do your I
? duty."
Their duty was to take a collection'
for the campaign fun>
When Colonel Roosevelt arrived i
there began a demonstration that last- ]
1 ed nearly a quarter of an hour.
Before he went to the Coliseum.
Colonel Roosevelt addressed a large
crowd at a tent meeting on the West
Side, lie said that until Governor'
Wilson became a candidate, he looked]
at foreign-born Americans not as fei-1
low Americans, but as foreigners who
remained foreigners, and spoke "with.
comprehensive dislike of all Immi?
grants from European countries." lie
referred to correspondence between
Governor Wilson and the United Poliab
Societies, of South Brooklyn, saying
the Governor bad promised to c rewrite
a passage in his history referring to
the coming of "multitudes of the low.
est classes from the South of Italy and
men of the meaner sort of Hungary,
and Poland."
The Colonel said members of the
Polish Society had stated that accord?
ing to Information recelvel from Go v.
Wilson's publiaheds three editions otj
the history had appeared since Governor
m Uson's letter had been written, and
that in spite of Governor Wilson's
promise to retract his statements, they
remained unchanged in these editions'*
Bryan Elects the t el easel.
Des Moines. Iowa, October 12.?WT1 |
liam J. Bryan tc-nlgbt charged Theo- j
dore Rjoeevelt with ssying what ne
? knew to be false" when in a recent ;
speech the latter declared that both '
of the old parties were "boss ridden."
Neither the Republican party nor the '
Progressive organization had male j
even a feeble attempt to smash the
machine system which was responsible
for the conditions In the Republican :
convenUon at Chicago, while the Dem- '
"??rata at that time had made such a
condition Impossible in the future. !
Mr. Bryan addressed what he after
ward declared to be the largest audT
eSSSS he had appeared before on his
present trip. He will remain bere over
Sunday, addressing a union meeting of
am churches to-morrow.
Seek tie Arrange Debate.
iSpeclal to The Times-Dispatch.}
Cleveland. O. October 12.?A Joint j
debate on present pol'tlcal Issues be- ,
tween colonel Roosevelt snd William :
J. Brvan Is being arranged to-nlght ,
> by Ohio leaders. The stumping routes <
I of the Progressive candidate sad th? ?
! Democratic chief speaker cross in i
:. Cleveland October IS.
A. &. Burles-'Ti. chairman of th*
I Democratic national speakers' com
I mltteo at Chicago, to-day took up the
matter with Mr Bryan by telegraph.
! Local Bull Moose leaders said the mat- j
tor would be put up to Roosevelt as
soon as Bryan has declared h's will- |
I ineness to debate._
ivr?EPg>-T?gxT or POMTICS
(Special to The Tttnee-Plapoteh. 1 |
! g*W York. October E.-Ex-S?net*r wri'ieie
1 A Clark return?d te-d*y en the White Star
! Ur.er Ms leerte frem * ten weeks* trie
, ?treed, spent stoat re !r Prance. He said
that ?he eres? In Franee h?4 been ?sie. but
tret t? Enesnd they he* e.-n ahserote-v
I <t?str*-'?'*' t*rees:'T?e or "ne ?s? eroee he
' satd tht? *ls*y seem to t?e s*> iaree that
' j,r..?r-?et" 'o this -von'ry el" rare:- *>? te
IpetKier' tSf poMHes '
"Thev weas gsSSSg" BM the rel're??* and
?msl?i men- for thonssn?* ?' p*?p>. sad
! gsgSey for af* 'emeer? T srr ??> faver ef a
1 ir<w!#rs"? ?? Su*tt"a h? the ??r*r? en ??ed
j strws Beef eeght te come <r Bgpj Arr?a
1 ? ... ?>*? eeeh a vest er?* ?f virale pampas
t "is- -en awpetv sn aim*** teevhsustlbte
st-wv of eeef fee as. -Tee praln? lands wMeft
I I rem?sfi*s-r sa S-asin* isr*s ba'k In Mm
I tsas ?ears age are s?w tea"'* up in*s *ion>s
I st??4.s " j
J .?'HUOT cisrk te??*de ?e r? f<f r*?Ttfe*-ii's.
I and BBSS house ee Bette In ihn? te vote |
I tfjusbst ts r*mmm?.mrm to _
strtrrArv fsaarrnoi TW attics
1 Hanover. X R. Octetes IZ.-f.m ,nr ai t??,
aeagkt ef its speed esatas* as mrenor saw
ever-rated teas*. Der?mouth this artrraeos
defeated the Catversity ef Vermont SI te *.
The tease was stared terror**** with elS
style Ibsttsan. with *tae escepflea ef s sine's.
tsostlrSBf Usssil sad eseeatad forward
asm fro** Ida sally te tssSas. *Mes aet
Psstail stars rated seeea Vermeet play
aspirsaarj tsat wtth the ssais'lia ef a I
few artsrutds at the spaajag ef at* gaste i
as aSsSSSgsj te SSaOata the Dartsaecthl
Escape From Penitentiary, and
There Is Reign of Terror
at Rawlingv.
Kairand, Wyo., October Ik?Tw?Mt
oonvlote. led by the notorious Jim
Daaton, member erf the Whitney lent
of bank robber*, escaped through a
broken fence, In the penJtcertkkry yard
thus afternoon. Mieren soUl ware a*
large to-night, and the possibility of
their recapture 1? remote. It ta be?
lieved they gained the blVa north ct
the town before nightfall.
The reign of terror which ex late to?
night began at 1 o'clock thie after
noon, when from the penitentiary burst
a bed Lara of about* of convicts, and
through the streets nineteen men in
the prison uniform ran in a body.
Several horses and a grocery wagon
were preaaed into service by the eoo
\ lots in their death for freedom.
Four of the fugitive**, hiding in a
canyon north of Rawllngs. were caught
half an hour after the outbreak, and
a fifth was captured while making
for the railroad track.
Warden Alston captured two of the
couviots aingleuandedL
tSaeape Thrsagk Sewer.
! Col urn baa, O.. October 12.?One mur
vle**Tr and three burglars serving sen
j fences In the penitentiary escaped to?
day by mjana of a city sewer. They
I sawed through a two-inch Iron bar
i covering a sewer drop and then made
! their way through the aewer. which
j Is five feet tu diameter and about half
! full most of tbs time. They got out
I through a manhole la a manufacturing
plant nearby. Two discarded prison
suits were found there several hours
later. One of the fugitives Is Clyde
Stratton. thirty-one yssrs old. an
electrician and college graduate, with '
a series of Oreek letters on hit arm.
He escaped from thj prison a year i
ago. but waa caught last summer in
Chicago after committing several bur- 1
glaries there
.tegre Leads Postseiy.
Spartanburg. B. C. October 11.?Led ?
by Kills Sampson, a negro, serving
twelve ygars for burglary, five con?
victs overpowered their guard this
afternoon, wrested a platol from him
and escaped from a chain gang sta-j
tloned near here. One of the men.
James Martin, serving a life sentence,
returned and surrendered. The other ?
four seized a boat and crossed the'
Pacolet River.
The convicts were surprised by a j
posse near Qaffney at midnight and ]
two of them were recaptured. The j
ether two escaped after shooting Ar?
thur Hooper, a member of the posse.'
After being wound Hopper seised one j
of the convicts . and held him until
help arrived. One of the negroes who
were recaptured wss shot but hot ser?
iously wounded by Chief of Police
Dtckhart. of GaJTney.
Chicago. October 12.?A forty-mile '
wind created much trouble to-day in
Chicago. Signboards and awnings
went whirling through the streets, and
many plate glass windows were shat- i
tered over the city. j
Daniel Burns, forty-two yeara old.
was blows against a store window ,
and smashed the pane- Ha suffered sa- I
cars cuts about tbs face and bands. ,
?nd while running for a doctors office
wss chased and arrested by a watch?
Bat Twe-kear-OId Girl Suffered Se Sad
Dort thy Mahon?, no >ears od. *?allowed
s large quantity or kerosene >es;er4ay after- j
noon while playing la the yard of her par
aataf htmf. mil WIlllSsaghan Avenue. Pol- j
MS* mother hurrteU with her ts a I
drug store, and City Hospital ambulaare
??????? summoned The chlid responded to |
treatment administered by Dr. O. 3, Pag:. I
The oil which the chi.d get hod af w*s
being used by a lobarer wno was encaged I
In sawing wood fr'he picked up the botti.-. i
dad bad gulped down a big swallow- before
she area observed. Her condition was aet j
regarded aa serious.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch]
Buffalo. X. Y., October 12.?Thirty
men wers rescued from a perilous po?
sition of s scaffolding over the wa?
ter at the water-works in s lake pier
at the entrance of Niagara River to?
night by Captain Hugh Harry and his \
rrew from the life-saving station. The ,
men ware brought to the Lackawanna :
pier in an exhausted condition.
The sixty-four-mlle gale which
swept Lake Erie thla evening ha* '
loosened the timbers supporting the
platform upon which the men were ,
sorklog. A huge bonfire was lighted
on top of the concrete pier s? a sig?
nal to the lookout at the life-saving
station. For almost half an hour the
life-savers battled with the waves
which rolled fifty feet high outside
the breakwater. The men were put
aboard the power lifeboat and brought
into port
{Special to The Timee-Dispsteh.]
Port Colbornt. One. October 12-?
While the gale was roaring over low?
er lake Erie thla evening the schooner
Marengo. co?!-laden. from Erls, Pa.
to Port Colhome. poureded to pieces
on the rocks off Morgan's Point, five
miles west of Port ColbCrne. The
'our members of the erew. under com?
mand of Captain Joseph Dove, reached
th<- mainland In a yawl. 1
OB Teak, ta "sense . |
(Special as The Tlasee-Wspeich ] j
Siffaie. N V. October '? ?firs broke out
M tb* Elmer Harris SS Werks, st the feet
Sf Xorrts "treat, at U.?e e'eieck te-alght.
At mrdunTht sis large isaka of oil were
hursleg. The Mi a; thsf hour was esti?
mated at at**.**? 1
ES Orange. Oa . October S?-C D PhPs- t.
a retired naerrhsst sad faruw. was eeet
?ad kt*le dher eto-dav hv Hearv Be.es? r e
bookkeeper. Alleged StteaUens by Philp-t
is Bous?r-a wife, now dead. t? aaM >?> ha'a
keew the eaase of the ?hoattsg j
_ _ajsss frees Navy.
ASSSSO.I*. *d. October i: -L?sigB was
fmtn the VsvsJ Academy t?ee thla efter
seoa hy 14 te a. it bring the ?est de'est rue
talred ?? the AcaaVaiy team In three aeS
eeae- The ?einlast rusatag ef Ptsasttl was
the raeet teTtinff feature ef the eesteaa. sat
the general work sf tetktgh wss ahead ef
ike SO ask IS ans Is every ssaartaaisi ef par
peratity la lava with Mass. I roux. a
widow sssss tsa ysara his aa?lae^ek
The Keynote b
Hot only an artistic aimplidty sjid
-1??al4aalgn. but in all esse.?
la devoid of complicated parts*
For instance:
Tha controlling mechanism is
simple, easily underatood and easily
j operated. This mechaniam per?
mits tike performer to concentrate
hie attention upon the production,
of individuality in expression, and
thus to obtain uninterrupted en?
joyment without distraction of tho
mind caused by watching the mueia
sheet and the manipulation of aj
complicated "expression" mechan?
?asssiasaai c.ki* fiss* cs?
Maul. 3584. 313 E. Broad.
Mrae Proux was afraid to tell him the
' truth, namely, that ehe was to be mar
rieU in October to another man
When Frischer implored her t*
marry him ahe would answer: "A"alt
till you're done your military service
and then we'll aee." for she hoped
that out of sight would be out of
I mind.
Unfortunately. Pnscher learned the
truth from some source or other. More
than onee he used threats. "1 will klU
you." ho said, "rather than see you
belong to another.''
j Early In the morning, soon after
the opening of the office, the few
clients present saw a young man wh:**e
manner betrayed strong excitement.
en?er the portion of the building re?
served for employes. ?oisu atterward
three shots rang out and then a
fourth. There was a moment of con?
fusion and then one of the employee
ran to the door and locked it. think?
ing that robbers were in the otflcc.
It was. however, soon kgiown that a
drama of quite another character had
taken place.
Lying over the table at which she
worked was found the body of Mm*.
Proux. with three bullets in the region,
of her heart A $ew paces from her
lay her assailant, with a bullet wound
In the head. Mme. Proux died before
she reached the hospital fl< r murder
er is In a desperate condition.
it Remedy for
Cuts and Bruises
"Peak's Xdehaesc for eats aa.
eaaaet b* beat. I have s**t It far tooth
aeaa. stvtag taetaat relief ? H. P. MarUa.
S3 Balsa **_ PrevMeecc. B. X.
Weiklag at sty trade 'Old Demtalea
Irea aad NaU Werks) I get bruised and
eat freaaestly. aad I Sad that Mosas Lial
aaeat takes away all the aereaees tmrss
dlatolp. I ?Beerranp reeeaameed it"?g*>
ward Ryan. Swan**see. ?*.
Pfo rvnsedy will deaden the paia
as tsks the ?stsaisBS from Gits,
and Sprains
Nooh'* Liniment.
Noah's Iainiment
(Advertisenx-nt t
bought s large 1st at mTmTr >rw
price; fherefwo wj ess elv* yes a
bargain. Call sad see theaa.

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