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I AVATOR
INJURED
I Falls While Giving an
Exhibition at
Sacramento
Sacramento Cal Sept 10At 1
oclock this inornlug physicians In at
tendance on Charles K Hamilton the
aviator wUo was badly Injured In the
wreck of his machine last night at
the state fair grounds gao out a
statement after a third examination
that Hamiltons condition was favor
able They now believe that no per
manent or dangerous Injuries have
been suffered Numerous deep gash
es and burns from the radiator of
the engine of his biplane are the only
visible results of the accident but
how serious are the internal injuries
will not he known until later today
The jamming of the rudder of the
mahcino caused the sudden drop
was the statement made by Hamilton
as he lay swathed in bandages at the
hotel When I hit the steering
wheel jammed me back against the
radiator and hold me fast while the
scalding water trickled over me
The physicians who are caring for
Aviator Hamilton who was injured
last night when his biplane became
unmanageable and fell with him at
he state fair report that the patient
is resting easily this morning and
that there Is no reason to believe
anything serious will come of the ac
cident
No bones were broken and there
were no signs ot Internal injuries
The physicians declare Hamilton Is
suffering only from a severe shaking
up and will be out again In a week or
4 t n days
FOUND liON
Of MARION
HOTEL
The foundation work on the new
Marlon hotel la progressing and with
in the next ten days the masons will
begin the laying of brick The re
lalnlng walls which are being con
structed of concrete will be finished
next week
Considerable trouble has been ex
perienced by the workmen on the con
crete work because of the presence
of water This water Is causing an
noyance to the workers who are mak
ing ready the pit for the placing of
the boiler This pit will be sunk to
five feet below the surface of the
cellar proper Calvert Leek who
have the contract for the brick work
will probably begin hauling material
by the last of next week and the
brick work will be started during the
following week
I
SftlALL RANKS ARE
ro BE REULATEE
Scrt York Sept 10On behalf of
r > u > Iness associates James Lee a
curb broker has undertaken to test
the constitutionality of the new law
which went Into effect in New York
state on September 1 to regulate all
private banks or all business which
In any way accepts money for depos
it An order to show cause why the
attorney general district attorney po
lice commissioner and the slate comp
troller should be enjoined from on
forcing the provisions of tho law Is
before the state supremo court
Counsel for Mr Lee argued Unit
that law imposes unequal restrictions
giving to the great business houses
a freedom denied tho smaller banker
to all intents and purposes depriving
him of his business and his property
without due process of law
Louis Marshall who appears for
the Htate attorney general In his ar
gument recall how a commission ail
pointed in lt < OD by Governor Hughes
found serious abuses in the small pri
vate banks thonighoui thIs city chief
ly patronized by poor immigrants
During the panic of 1907 these lost
2OfJO000 hIt was easier to run a
bank than a saloon says the law
UT for the private banker was sub
Ject a no regulation whereas the 5
loon had to comply with distinct reg
ulations
Justice Bljur accepted the briefs of
counsel and reserved decision
FLAGS AT HALF MAST
FOR FOREIGN PRESIDENT
Washington SopL HJ I An example I
of the growing kinship among hide
Iles of the American hemispheres is
the presidential order that the Am
t rlcan flag shall bo kept at half maat
lor u few days over the public build I
lugs here as a mark of respect to Uw
memory of Fcrrandea Albauo late
acting president of Chile who dlnj
In Santiago on the sixth of this
month A similar
ordor
was Issued
when President Monit of ChilI thud
in Europe August 17 yo that the
flaps have been kept almost constant
h al half mast since the later dote
Tina i8 almost without precedent
Heretofore the national standard haa
been placed at half
most only on the
death of some dlstlnguIiJheJ Ameri
can It was not even lowered in the
cast of King Edward
PROHIBITIONISTS IN COLORADO
RATIFY THHEIR TICKET
Denver Sept 10 Prohibitionists
In state convention here today rail
lied the ticket reported by their nom
Inntlng committee and adopted a plat
form n addition to the usual planks
favoring absolute prohibition of the I
manufacture sale transportation or i
Importation of alcoholic liquors for
I
beverage purposes the platform fa
vors graduated Income and Inherit
ance taxes strict
enforcement
of
child labor laws ho initiative and
referendum and recall
LOST HIS LIQUOR LICENSE
New York SopL 10Darron
Wilkes who runs a hotel and cafe
In the Blnck and Tan district where
Jack Johnson makes his headquarters
when he Is In town hag lost his liquor
license for Gelling after hours
MARPDE AT
I
AGE Of 92
Old Man Finds His
Affinity Rather Late
in Life
Chicago Sept lOVolney E Rus
co established a record yesterday In t
the marriage license department in j
the county building Mr Ruaco lacks
two months of being 92 years old Ho
applied for a license to marry Miss
Helen Consul 41 years old
Clerk Salmonson Immediately af
ter the departure of the couple delv =
ed Into the archives and announced
that all records had been smashed
Previously eightyfive years had been
the age of the oldest applicant for
a marriage license
Husco who Is a veteran of the
Civil war and a resident of Chicago
for sixty years was born In Water
loo N Y on Nov B ISIS He mar
red at the age of 20 and his first
wife lived to celebrate her sixtysev
enth anniversary She died five years
ago
agoAt
At his residence Mr Rusco explain
ed his reason for taking tho latest
stepI
I grieved a lot over the death of
my first wife ho said It got to
he lonesome with nothing but my
parrot to keep me company I dont i
believe In the Robinson Crusoe type
of existence as long as you dont live
on dosert isle
Since meeting Miss Conger two
years 1 felt that wo were crented
for each other Call It mental waves
of psychic suggestion or whatever
you want
There was no formal proposal I
did not ask her If she would be mine
I knew she would and she knew I
wanted her I remarked to her the
olhcrday
Its about time we were applying
for a license and she said any time
I was ready she was
SPIRITUALISTS ARE
OFfERED PRIZE
New York Sept 10The fact that
several spiritualistic meetings re I
cently asserted that they have re
ceived messages from the late Prof
William James of Harvard one of I
whose favoilte themes was the pos
sibility of communication between the
dead and the living has led the Met
ropolitan Psychical society here to
propose a test as to the validity of
all such assertions The society of
fers a prize of 1001 to any medium
who will obtain from the spirit of
Prof James when it speaks through I
them a statement of the contents of
a certain letter sent by him a few
days before his death to W S Davis
secretary of the society I
Mr Davis has the letter from Prof
James In his safe No ono else has
seen It or has received from him any
Inkling of its contents
The president of the Psychical soc
iety In making public the prize of
fer makes the following comment on
the alleged messages thus far put
forward by various mediums
The great difficulty with all the
mospnges which have so far been pub
lished Is that they are vague indetln
ito and trashy and could have been
concocted by anyone Such alleged
communications have Invariably fol
lowed the demise of all persons of
note In the spiritualistic field but tho
cry simple test herein proposed
would considerably narrow the quen
tlon down and should easily be with I
In tliu capability of any person ac
tually In communication with the
spirit of the late Prof James
We recognize in Prof James a
great and openhearted Investigator
We have striven to maintain his spir
it of openmlndedueas toward all as i
sertions and have endeavored to give
them a full hearing and fair trying
ouL That we have never encounter i
cd any phenomena of u superhuman
kind does not wholly dlscourago ns i
from looking Into any fresh asser
tions advanced ns to the existence of
i such
SALE OF FURS
Seattle Wash Sept 10 Furs val
I ued at more than GO000 were sold
by tho Seattle Furs Sales agency at
public auction to eighteen buyers j
from all parts of the United States I
i and wostdrn Canada at the sale con i
i eluded yesterday Record prices
were obtained Firms at Chicago I
j New York St Louis Minneapolis and
i St Paul were represented among the
buyers
Ono lot of 977 mink sold at 52389 I
I One sea otter was sold nt SOO Eigh
teen Russian sables sold at 550 The I
following average price prevailed
I Martins X20 white fox 13 red fox1
9 timber wold lI good black bear i
511 land otter 514 ermine 75 cents i
1 grizzly bear 30 lynx 30 cross fox j
ti3 beaver cantor 9 Alaska and I
British Columbia beaver 550 J
CANAL MUST
NOT FORTHV
Panama Treaty Did Not
Provide for Building
of Fortifications
Now York Sept 10 Philllppe
BunauVarlllu who was one of tho
negotiators of the Panama treaty of
1903 in a statement given out In Paris
and cabled to this country denies
that this Instrument Invested the
United States with the right to forti
fy the canal in he sense In which
such fortifications are advocated by
Colonel Roosevelt
BunauVarllla declares that the for
tification mentioned In the treaty
were those of a morel temporary
character Intended to protect tho
canal against a malefactor filibuster
local Insurgents aggression by bord
ering countries and accidents of any
kind that would endanger the water
way
f REC tf
Is llfD
Auto in Which He Was
Riding Skidded
and Upset
San Francisco Sept 10 Richard
Brown chief of tho San Jose fire de
partment was killed early today by
the overturning of an automobile near
the race track He was returning
home tromp ths city In company with
a friend Ivan Trcadwell who es
caped Injury
The car was going at high speed
when it skidded at n sharp tarn in
the road and was upset Chief Brown
being burled under the wreck II
TilE WILL PLAY
WITIIALLOSTARS
Chicago Sept 101hnt several of
the Chicago National league players j
Intend to go through with the series i
of games of the allslur teams se I
lected from the big leagues after the
worlds series Is over despIto tho ban j
placed on such contests by the Na
tional commission was stated yester
day by Johnny Evers second base
man of the Cubs
Evers says he has a contract with
D A Fletcher promoter for i500 for
his appearance in ton games
According to Evors four other
members of the Chicago Nationals m
have similar contracts with Flelchoi
TWO 6AftlES VITI =
OUT A fliT OR RUN
Bessemer Ala Sept 10 Striking I
out more than a score of batters and
keeping his opponents helpless for I
two games last Thursday Pltcner j
Tucker of the local toam Is believed j
to have established a precedent In
baseball by winning both games of
the doubleheader without a hit or a
run Tucker gave several bases on
balls but nothing resembling u hit I
was secured off his delivery
REAGAN TO MEET
I
GENt M 60VRN I
I
Jimmie Reagan and his manager
made a trip to Salt Lake today to
make final arrangements regarding
future contesbj that the bantam box
er will enter lie is desirous of closI
Ing a deal for a contest with Gene
McGovern in Ogden during the Four
Stale Fair week raid he stated this
morning that the match is practically
decided upon i
Reagan states that as soon as he Is
through with McGovern he will meet
Peanuts Sinclair If Peanuts will put
up a side bet but Unit he thinks It
will not pay him to meet the Salt
Lake boy unless he does bet some
money on tho side He says there
Is no question In his mind but that
he Is Slnclars superior at any lime i
DR FRENCH DEAD I
Battle Ctcck Mich Sept lODr
S S French a widelyknown physi
cian died at his home hero this
morning at the age of 91 years Dr
French read the first resolutions that
suited In the Under tho Oakes
meeting them the Republican party 1
was organized I
I
NEW YORK STATE TO I
RECEIVE GREATER REVENUE
Albany N Y Sept 1OAs re
sult of the Increased population In I
this stato as shown by the federal
census of Ill the state excise de
I partment estimates there will be an
i Increase of from 1000000 to 3 20000
1000 in the liquor taxreceipts for the
I year beginning October 1
t M clowns and at least ten cIUos
or the state will be required to pay
9
a higher tax for the next fiscal year
according to the enumeration bureau
of the excise department It Is esti
mated the total receipts will bo more
than 2000000 l onehalf of which
goes to the state and the other half
to the localities In which the tax is
raised
ANTHONY COMSTOCK BUSY
Now York SepL 10The Indus
trious Anthony Ccjmstock in his ca
pacity nn nostoffljce Inspector bus
caused the arrest of a man named U
R Morrison ou a charge of violating
the federal lottery law ms com
pany was known qs the Union Park
Development conk fauy and did a big
I mall order business
BAfRs
UtlI UJ
I ORANZ y
Chicago Is L r to Have a
National Currency
Association
Chicago Sept Representathes
of twelve national banks of Chicago
mot at the clearing house yesterday
and decided to1 organize a national
currency association
I While there WAS some evidence of
a desire to delay thy matter tho ma
jority of those present favored the
I organization within the next two
weeks V committee on organizations
and nominations was named The
committee wUIIJ formulate bylaws
recommends officers for the organiza
tion and receive appointments made
by tho different tank of their repre
sentative to act as a membor of the
I association
I RESTRICTINfi THE
HINDU INFLUX
San Francisco Sept 10 Charles
I Nagel secretary of the department of
I commerce and labor arrived In San
Francisco from JTortland last night
and Is spending a day here before re I
turning to Washington In an In
terview hi denied that he had come I
I to Investigate the conduct of the locc1
Immigration bureau by Commissioner I
Hart H North Howoyej J he will pay
a visit of Inspcctlblirtt tire immigra
tion station at Angel Inland
On the subject of Hindu immlgra
tlon upon which the Asiatic Exclu
sion league has recently been con
I centrating its attention the head of
the department had little to say
II
1 recognize that It is n most Im
I portant matter Thu requirement
I for entrance should not be mere
physical measurements wo should
look to the applicants fitness for his
now environment 1 am hoping to be
able to prepare some regulations witu
this In mind he said
BOY IS BURIED IN
SAND AT POCATftLO
Pqcatello Sept 9The funeral of
tho son of Mrs Haywood Smith re
siding In tho Wye was held Thurs
day from the Silver undertaking par
lors The young boy with hs broth
er and a few other companions all
I
of whom were mere children were
r playing in the Murray sand pit Just
north of town in the Wye The chil
dren wore digging a robbers cave
when a block of gravel and sand
caved In covering the small Smith
boy In five feet of gravel and sand
aril seriously Injuring his brother
The alarm was hastily given but be
fore help could be had the life of the
older boy was snuff d out The sym
pathy of the community goes out to
the distressed mother
Word was received In Pocatello on
Thursday of tho capture of William
H Cart Thbt In Spokane who was
wanted for the dynamiting of the
United States postofflce at Shell
Ida several mouths ago Carlwrght
who has many alllases will bo
brought to Pocatello and tried here
in the United States district court It
Is said he has made a full confession J
and has Implicated others
A freight wreck on the Oregon I
Short Line railroad a few miles west
of Lava Hot Springs in which seven
teen cars were ditched delayed all I
trains for fifteen hours or more ox
copt through trains east and west
which were detoured by war of 0g
In The cars WeT loaded with
coal which was scattered along the
track for many hundred feet The I
wreck was caused by a broken auxle
A temporary track has been laid
around he scene of the wreck nn < J
traffic Is again open on the main line
east and west
I
BASEBALL TEAM SAILS
FOR JAPANESE TOUR
I
Seattle Wash ECjlt 11The Unl
veislty of Chicago baseball team of
twelve men undor Prof Gilbert A
Bliss sailed for Yokohama today on
the Rtoamer Mamakura Mara It
will nlay ten games with tho Waseda
and Kobe university teams The Chi
cago men plan to visit Manila and
China k
I
COAL MINES RESUME
AFTER LONG SHUTDOWN
Spriii Valley Ills Sent 10Thlj
morning after ntythreo weeks
Hiisnonsloii and strike the six mines
of the caring VHov coil mining dis
trict which Includes sMafls In this
city Ladd Dalzell Sentonvllle and
Marquette oC helnr placed In rendi
tions to resume vor Threp weeks
time will bu required for repair work
I rounc a AN
INflllENCE
V hich Has an Unsealing
Effect on Stock
Market
New York Sept 10The week tI
stock market made no positive re
sponse to now developments Tho
only effect was of depression The
election result In Vermont and belief
that a division was growing between
the President and his predecessor
were factors in making politics an
unsettling Influence
The government hop report and
the weeks weather conditions prom
ised Improvement hi the crops but
the extra hazard from frost damage
to cotton and corn owing to the late
ness of the start of these crops left
the final yield still uncertain
The enormous output of copper for
August disappointed hopes of effec
tive curtailment and nentlinent In the
Iron and steel trades lacked confi
dence
Interior demands for money to mol
the crops continue but moderated
from the rate of the prevIous week
StAIt UP Of
MINERS
Closer Inspection and
More Faithful Report
on Banks
Washington Sept lOClose on the
pools of tho radical shakeup In the
ranks of the bank examiners by
which twenty men on Thursday were
shifted to new fields Comptroller of
the Currency Murray today announc
ed that he would make a personal In
vestigation of conditions In all exam
ination districts The comptroller in
a statement addressed to examiners
said
In almost every case bfa hatlorr
al bank failure since I have been
comptroller the Insolvency could have
been averted had tho national bank
examiners determined the true condi
tion and reported his findings In time
for me to force a correction In the
administration of the banks affairs
ON TOE TRA L OF
WIFE MURDERER
Bellinsham Wash Sept 10A
man believed to be George Reid
wanted for the murder of his 25year
old wife at Clayburn B C last Tues
day was seen Thursday night to
board a freight train near Wicker
sham 12 miles southeast ot Belling
ham hound for Seattle
Bloodhounds followed the trail to
a little house opposite a shingle mill
four miles south of WicUersham A
woman residing there says a man an
swering Reids drocrlption called
there Thursday night and asked for
foodWhen
When the Northern Pacific train
arrived the woman who had boon
watching the man through fear saw
him swing aboard sho says
I
ARRESTED FOR ENDANGERING
THE MORALS OF A CHILD
New York Sept 10Mrs Mary Y
Pinchoii a niece of Wesley A Oler
president of the American Ice com
pany and Charles E Smith an art
anctioner with offices in this city
are detained under 1000 bull at
Rye N Y charged by Lewis F Leigh i
ton the womans husband with ell i
dangeiing the morals of their child
Dorothy six years old
During the hearing it developed
that Mr PInchon accompanied by
two policemen raided one of the fash
ionable bungalows at Rye on Thurs
day last and caused the arrest of
bothPInchon
PInchon Is a fire insurance agent
who formerly lived at 5C2 Cedar ave
nuo Philadelphia His wife was tho
daughter of George Brown Klmborly
a paymasters clerk on the battleship
Massachusetts They separated last
June
THEY ASSEMBLED FOR
PUTINBAY CONFERENCE
Dotiolt Sept 1OIan prominent
personages as ° ombled at PutInBay
whero a conference was held of tho
governors and commissioners of time
tight states Ohio Illinois Pennsyl I
vania Michigan New York Wiscon
sin Kentucky and Rhode Island In I
terested In Perrys victory and inter
national peace centennial project to
be held Sept 10 1913
Addresses by Henry Watterson of
Louisville chairman of the Kentucky
commission and others and a clam
bake wore on the program for todays
anniversary celebration
NEW YORK CITYS
HEALTH IS EXPENSIVE
New York Sept 10lt 1s to cost
just S407rt57S to care for the health
of tills city next year If the esti
mate submitted by the health depart
ment Is allowed to stand by the board
of estimate and apportionment Tho
estimate shows anIncrease over the I
figures for 1009 of 1325855 but the
5k 4
0
A r >
I department will try to show corres
ponding value for the expenditure
In the one Item of milk Inspection
the department declares that 181708
must be spent to pay the salary and
expenses of sixty inspectors a veter
inary surgeon and two medical In
spectors
CZAR IS PHILANTHROPIST
Passaic N J Sept lOTue czar
of all the Russians Is now known In
Passaic as one of the citys leading
philanthropists Announcement was
made this week that the czar bus con
j trlbuted 10000 toward tho erection
of a now Russian orthodox church at
Passaic The structure will cost
120000
THOllCS
CELEBRATE
Great Body of People I
at the Eucharistic
Congress
I
i
Montreal Sept 10A throng of 75
000 people assembled on Fletchers
field today for the first openair cere
I mony of the Eucharistic ccagrusa
Archbishop Farley of New York who
presided at the ceremony drove out
to the place of assemblage with Arch
bishop Bruchesi On his arrival he
was escorted to the temporary chapel
where he said the mass The preach
er of the day was Monsignor OCon
nell archbishop of Boston
When the papal legate Cardinal
Vannutelll arrived at the foot ol the
mountain escorted by a mounted
squad of Hibernians a set of chimes
which had been placed on tho mount
rang out a welcome Archbishop
OConnoll was about to take the pul
pit when the legato arrived
I
CAUfiIIT BY AN
ELEVATOR CASE
San Francisco Sept 10ln full
view of hundred of persons who
were enjoying the celebration of Ad
mission Day Lloyd R McGlnnis of
this city was caught between the roof
of the elevatoY cage and the door of
the mezzalno floor of tho St Francis
hotel last night and prpbably fatal
ly crushed Women fainted at the
sight I
McGinnis both arm ami both legs
were fractured and his scalp was par
tially torn ofi
The accident was due to his stand 1
ing too close to tho elevator door
The car was crowded
EIGHT MEN INDICTED
FOR A KENTUCKY MURDER
I
Eddyvllle IC Sept 10Eight men j
were indicted here yesterday for the i
murder of Axiom Copper at Lcmas
co about a month ago Copper was
a tenant on the farm of Milton Oliver
a witness In the coming night rider
trials and it Is claimed that the was
killed as the result of a night rider
Those indicted for wilful
plot mur i
der are I
Alonzo Gray Spunk Creedmore I
Bartley Creed more Claud Murphy 1
Bayless Mitchell and Roy Merrick i
Byron Ham Ins and James Bozart
were indicted for manslaughter The
men are now in jail here
I I
UNFILLED TONNAGE OF
U S STEEL CORPORATION
NewYorkSept 101he unfilled ton
nage of the V S Steel corporation
on hand August Tl was 353712S tons
a decrease of 133803 tons as compar
ed with the unfilled tonnage on hand
at the end of the quarter end July
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KONAPEO
BOY BACK
But Detectives Are Un
able to CatchHis
Abductors
New York Sept 10 Although lit
tle Michael Cclmeca the threeyear
old ion of Dr Michael Ccluioca a
prominent Italian IB today safely in
the hands of his relatives after hay
ing been held for nearly 33 months
ai captive by Black Hand kidnapers
the abductors of the boy have so far
escaped the police dragnet set for
them when it was learned that tho I
little follow was about to be returned
to his guardians
INViTED THEM
TG illS FUNERAL
I
Newbiirgh N J Sept JOThe
I early part of this week was spent by
George W Baker a farmer of this
township in calling on his neighbors
and Jocularly Inviting them to his
funeral which ho said would bo held
tills week It will Baker was found
dead last night at his home whore
he had committed suicide by taking
laudanum He was 40 years old No
reason for the act Is known
Little attention was paid to hIs
grim Joke at the time but tho neigh
bors invited will attend tho funeral
I
NO KNOWN CAUSE h
FERRY ACCIDENT
Ludlngton Mich Sept 10That
yesterdays wreck of Pere Marquette
car ferry No IS and the loss of twen
tynine lives was not due to a storm
to overloading or to a breakdown In
tho vessels machinery and that the
real cause of the disaster will never
be fully determined Is the conclusion
reached by General Superintendent
W D Trump of the Pero Marquette
rallfoadr who cnmb hero yesterday to
investigate the wreck
According to the report sent by Mr
Trump to Pere Marquette headquar
ters In Detroit today Captain Russell
of car ferry No 17 was merely asked
by Captain Kilt to stand by when he
arrived at the scene Captain Kilty
evidently not believing the vessel was
In Immediate danger
Captain Russell however observed
that No IS was sinking and lowered
his lifeboats before lo IS went down
According to Mr Trump thorn
wore sixtytwo people on board No
IS The sixteen above the regular
crew were four employes of the Chi
cago Navigation company with Sey
mour T Cochran vicepresident oC
the company and a corps of extra
scrubbers carpet layers etc who
were working while the boat was
moving in order to save time Mr
Cochrane wa roved but his roar em
ploycs were lost I
The compartment ot the engine
rom was then found to contain a con
siderable amount of water though
not enough to disturb the firemen and
deck hands sleeping there Distress
signals were given as the vessel con
tinued to sink and the lifeboats on
tho port side were lowered but not
cut away from the shill Captain Kilt
continuing to head the steamer fur
Ihe west shore of Lake Michigan
All of the survivors jumped or were
thrown from the boat when she sank
and wore pfCkcd up by boats from tho
steamer No 17
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