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?mywhere in the Union to buy, build.
Improve property or lift mortgages;
same to be returned $7.50 per month
or $90.00 per year on each $1.000.00
sorrowed. STANDARD HOMK COM?
PANY, 612 Mutual Bid?.. Richmond,
?Ab THE LATEST PARIS FABH
QSS IN HAIR DSUSaSIXO. All
?und? of aair on band or made to
srder. Combings made Into switches,
Pompadours, Pulls, etc Satisfac?
tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 209
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e?b rr out. *
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sated?stiffness and so ranea? of
??iscles or joints? rub la Frayser's
?roat Nerve and Bon? Uniment, and
va? pain disappears; the greatest
all round liniment in ase for mai
tad beast; try it?don't suffer?here
Is the right he?p; 26c b?tales at
fruggists. Manufactured by J. W.
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and girls over 12 years of age.
Transportation furnished and nay
while learning. Steady and good
paring work. Apply in person ot by
letter to H. L. HOL.DBN, Supt.,
Rocky Mt. Mills, Rocky Mt, N. C.
.GENTS WANTED? TO SELL A U915
fui household article; experience
unnecessary. Write for sample and
toll particulars. Address "H. J. H.,"
10 S. Ninth St., Richmond. Y-a.
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BOYER, ENGLAND.? Special.?
In a colliriion here Friday between
the Hamburg-American Iin?*r
Amerika and the British subma?
rine 1?. -. tin? laiu-r vessel was
cut in two and went down, car
rjiiiir fourt??<?ii <>r i he firtccn mem?
bers ?>r live <*r??w down with lu*r.
Lieutenant K. 1. 1'iiHeyiu?. SS5C
on?l in COnuannd ?>r tlit? subma?
rin ??, was tin? only im?nil>cr ?>r tlso
crew saved. Be trab picked up
lu tlie s?*a.
The accident o*r-currc<l short I y
arier 6 o'clock. l.ii?iit<?nant IVrcy
It. <)'I?ri?*ii was in command of
the renMl, ?rtilc? i- tin* sixtb Brit?
ish subiiiariiu? to Ih? losl.
Tin- liiu'r Ani?*rlka sloo?! by af
tiCT the ??ollisioii and thron lile
biKi.vM overboard, while? a num?
ber of torpedo iioats. after ix-iii?*;
tauTorased ?ir tin* acc?dent by wir?
l?*ss til?*<.rapliy, Benrciied lb?? sea
\t?nr of Ihr olhor nirmlicn. of th?0t.
rrrw, konrvrr. wan found, and no
alien ?f wrc?kai;r v?ai ?lis, ?runlil?
la ih?- vl?-iultv. Thr Anirrlka thrn
pro?-ordr?l on hrr tojaicr to Sontli
amplon anil Cbrrhours on hrr war
to >r? York.
Thla la thr alxth ?ll-n-trr to Ilrlt
Inh Hiihinarinra, each of tbrm In
vohinK thr loaa of from rlrvru to
l.l.-iilr min t IVrcy II. O'llrlrn nn?
Ihr rammauilrr of thr It -.
Thr II - wan onr of Ihr ol?lrr and
amallrr cIiinm of Muliniariiir?, ha. In?,
brrii built with trn aiatrr hIiIiik lir
tvrrrn thr y far- IIMI'S and 1!?II7. Ilrr
Irnicth nai lOO ferl and hrr brain
twrlvr frrt acvra luchra. Ilrr dl
rla?*rinrnl ?>n thr Miirt'arr ?in? ISO
tonn and aubmrrcrd -10 loua. Ilrr
ln?JI?-.-trd horarpo-rer -?a? 0O0 on
thr nurfjBor and lilt? brio?. Ilrr
?t*unrinra developed rlrvrn and onr
balf knota on thr aurfarr and ?-liilit
knot? aubmerired. She wan fltlr?!
?Ith two torpedo tubra and hrr
romplrmrnt waa two ofBeera and
f rV?T?B AUTO so
HE BORROWED IT
And Justice Crutchfield Fined
Him $25 and Put Him Under
RICHMOND, VA.? Special.?
Edward Euker, eighteen years old,
was convicted in Police Court today
of "disorderly conduct." and was fined
$25 and costs and put under $300 bond
for twelve months.
The disorderly conduct consisted of
appropriating an automobile, remov?
ing therefrom the license number, ap?
propriating the license number from
another auto, and, with it, replacing
the number on the first auto.
The cars belong to former Council?
man George M. Cease and W. H.
Schwarzschild, a Jeweler.
The Cease car was standing in front
of the Hotel Richmond. Mr. Cease,
with a party of friends, it Is under?
stood, went into the hotel about 9
o'clock last night.
Upon emerging, about two hours
later, Mr. Cease missed the car. He
procured a taxicab and started in
search of the missing auto.
Although he twice passed his own
car and thought he recognized it as
his property, the changed number
confused him and he convinced him?
self that he was mistaken.
Tiring of his fruitless search, Mr.
Cease reported the matter to police
headquarters, and Detective Sergeant
John F. Wiley and Patrolman Duffy
were dispatched to Mr. Cease to help
him out of his dilemma.
In the meantime Euker, who, it
afterwards developed, "borrowed" the
Cease car, drove the machine north
on Ninth Street to Broad and west
on that thoroughfare to Eighth Street
Mr. Efehwarsschild's car was stand?
ing in front of the Colonial Theater.
Mr. Schwarzschild and party were in
Euker bereft the Schwarzschild ca?
of its number and, when arreste?!, said
that he threw the number that ht
had taken from the Cease car inte
the Capitol Square. Search for the
enamel later failed of success.
The officers, together with Mr
Cease, traced the stolen auto to Four?
teenth and Boss Streets, where it wai
found standing, unattended, in th?
street. Mr. Cease took a section o:
the machine, necessary to its loco?
motion, apart and the trio secrete?
themselves in a convenient shadov
and awaited developments.
They had not long to watch befor?
Euker came out of a house just aero?
the street and started to crank th?
machine. He failed. Going to th?
tool chest of the car, he got a ca?
of gasoline, which he liberally fed t<
Again he tried to crank the car
and again he failed.
The officers fared forth from theli
hiding place. Euker saw the brasi
buttons and blue coat of Patrolmai
Duffy and started to beat a retreat
Ho ran full Into the arms of Ser
Euker wss taken to First Police Sts
tion snd locked up. Mr. Cesse recov
t?r?r?S his oar. Mr. Schwarzschild di<
?>?t misa hl? license nutnbar Until thtS
inornlnu. when Mr. Ceaa? called him.
fp and inquired if h? had loet auch.
? In oourt today KuWer ?aras defended!
by O. K. Pollock, who advanced drunk
?'?*? as s reason for hia client's In- I
?etlon. Sera ?Mu I VViley, in denial
I uker't? alleg<Mi intoxicated condi?
tion, declared that be had never seen
a man more sob. ? or In fuller poeaea
slon of h'.s faculties
Kiikcr was exoeeditiKly penitent.
"I don't knov?r> what possessed me,"
he t??ld the c know that I w?as
not normal," he ad?l?*d.
I "I diiin't realizo what 1 wgs dolnijr.''
he explained. "I do now, though. I
have learn. ?! a leSson."
Pollock said that his client' had
fore tasted whiskey and that
this first drink, was his downfall.
Mr. Cease did not think that the
youth Intengtod to steal the ci?., but
rather inclined to the beHet that he
merely intinded to "borrow"- an-Weturn
it after lt?had served bis purpi
.lustlc?? CrutchftoM thought en ex
t>mpl? should be made of the young
man. "If 1 let this young man go with?
out punishing him, 1 would be en?
couraging a practice that should be
broken Up." The One was then Im?
post d and security a'sked. " Mr. Pollock
explained that.bis client would be un?
able to pay the fine.
"Nor can my father?" young Euker
"Then, you'll have to go to Jail." the
" To Mobilize' Army.
bilizatlon of the Roumanian army: be?
gan today, according to a telegram
King TJharles, of RoumSnla, has
convened the National Assembly in
TWO KILLER IN
EXPRESS FltOJ* WASHINGTON TO
ATLANTA IN SMASH AT
CORN FBI A.
ATLANTA, GA. special.?The mail
express train from Washington, for
Atlanta, on tho Southern Railroad,
was wrecked at Cornelia Thursday.
Two men were killed and half a dozen
injured. The engine and mall-express
cars were overturned, but the passen?
ger cars remained on the tracks.
The dead: Jacob M. Costner, At?
lanta, engineer; Ed Simpson, colored,
MAN WHO HIT HIM
RICHMOND, VA., Special.?
If kind-hearted Bicycle Policeman
? P. L. Tiller hadn't "beggec? ??ft"
I ?.'barb s Murray, a young white man.
I'barged with resisting and assaulting
the officer, the accused would have
gotten the limit when he faced Jus?
tice Crutchfleld In Police Court to
Murray was arrested for being drunk
and disorderly. When Officer Tiller
told him that he would have to go
with him. Murray replied: "I'll be
d-if I do" Whereupon he hit
the officer in the mouth.
Polteeman Tiller retaliated by fell?
ing his Obstieperoua prisoner. The
officer was compelled to put the "nip
P?*r?s" on Murray before he could get
him t?) a patrol box.
Justice J?ihn was about to slap a
fine of |2S and costs on the prisoner.
when Offteer Tiller told the court that
Murray was penitent, and that to send
him to .iail would break the heart of
his old mother, wh?? was in court.
"What <io you want me to do?cut
the tine in half?" the One John asked
Officer Tiller answered in the affir?
"You ought to get the limit,
though." Justice Crutchheld told Mur
GIRL'S REASON IS
"TIRED OF LIFE"
! KILBS HERSELF BY MEANS OF
I ASPHYXIATION?LEAVES NOTE
WASHINGTON, D. C? Special.
; tery last night surrounded the motive
; for the suicide of Miss Georgia Andre,
! twenty years old and pretty, who was
found dead Friday, with the door
and windows locked and the gas turned
on. in a room which she had occupied
since Sunday in the home of Mrs. Anna
D?nalas, 92 7 K Street, Northwest. The
only motive given by the girl in two
notes written just before her death was
that she "vvastired of livine."
Percy N'unerally, eighteen years old, I
of 1314 Eleventh Street, Northwest, to
whom one of the letters the girl left
was addressed, cried when he learned
of the girl's death last night, but said
that he had known her, only a week,
and that he could give no reason why
she should have killed herself.
"I met the girl in a moving picture
theater last Wednesday, but have not
seen her since Sunday," said Nunerally |
last night. "She was small and pret?
ty, and I liked her, hut there waa no
talk of love. She had other friends in
the city. I cannot imagine why she
should have committed suicide."
One of the letters asked that the
girls mother, Mrs. L. J. Andre, of Camp
Springs, Md., be notified of her death.
The other letter, addressed to Mr. Nun?
erally, is as follows:
"My Dsarest I'ert.-y: 'Would love to
have seen your dear face before I go.
But, dear love, my hope Is in vain. I
am tired of this life. Last week, when
I saw a great deal of you. my life seem?
ed to be of a better interest. But now
all hope has left me. Good-bye, with
"Word of the girl's suicide was taken
yesterday to her brother, who Is a con?
tractor in Camp Springs, Md.. and he
came to the city yesterday afternoon
antl identified the body.
Mrs. Deming said that she first saw
the girl last Sunday night, when she
called and asked to rent a room. She
did not have sufficient money, but be?
cause it was cold, and the girl seemed
poorly dressed, Mrs. Deming told her
she could have the room for a week.
Coroner Nevltt had her body removed
to the Morgue, and later issued a cer?
tificate of death by' suicide.
Writ Catche* Aeroplane.
"In the pursuance of -my duties I
have had elephants, horses, monkeys
and other animals under my corftrol,"
said Sheriff Julius Harburger as he
brandished an attachment writ above
his head, "but I find that I was mis?
taken when T thought I had reached
the limit of things that might pass into
With little coaxing It came out that
the Sheriff had sent three deputies
down to West and Seventeenth Streets
to attach a monoplan? and.the paper
in his hand showed their success and
bore witn?ss to the fact that he .was
now responsible for the machine.
A writ of replevin was sworn out by
George M. Dyott against John E.
Sloane.. of the Sloane Aeroplane Oom
pany, to recover $1,575. He alleged
that he was the owner of the machine.
As the sheriff's deputies arrived on
the scene the great machine was about
to rise in the air for a flight to Mine?la.
A large crowd had gathered to see the
huge bird soar when the officers of the
peace rushed upon It and caused the
aviator to descend from hie seat. Much
difficulty was found in getting a truck
large enough to carry the plans to
storage, and it was finally decided to
leave it in its shed, on parole to re?
main there.?New York Times.
Confer on Turkey.
IiONDON.? Special.? An important
conference was held today st the for?
eign office between Sir Edward Grey,
the British Minister of Foreign Af?
fairs, and the Turkish Ambassador.
It la understood that the Turkish di?
plomat made known the course Turkey
will pursue In the Balkaa saisis.
. * v-i^*v3_aftsV'
WA8H1SUTON, D. C. SpeeJuL?
St?ttK*mcnt of the long drawn OU*.
wage ct>ntrov?srsy, between thb
eig;lit??cn railroads operating In tlie
territory ?east of the Mtssi?*dppl
IUm r and south ??f the Ohio River,
and tb?? 13.000 cond tutors and
trainmen ???uplojtx! on those
r?*4i?l**. was brought about yester
dav aiicrn?H)n by the nietliat??rs,
?Chief Justice Martin A. Knapp,
?if tb?? Commerce Court, and
United States Commis*doner of
I alxir Charles P. NeiU. acting ini?
tier tb?? Erdman saw September
7. 1912, .when both shies t?> the
t*ontr<?versy signet) an agreement
which give? all c?lasses of ?'?>!
pi?iy??s iiiv<?[v?*ti a ireneral Increase
In wages amounting to 10 2-3
per cent, over tin? pressent scale.
Under the provision* ?>f the
agreement to which the last sig?
n?t Ore was afhxctl ycst?*rtlay af?
ternoon at 3:15 o'cltx-k. the men
are to receive this in?*rease la*
ginning ?October 1. 1912. and as?
surances are given that there will
he n?i strike of tlie five ?-lasses of
employ???* Iii\o1\?h1, coii?lu?*t?*rs.
hrakemcii. tlagmcn, yardmen and
"The exact distribution of the
Increase in wages cannot be fig?
ured out according to class
sal?! A. B. Garrettson. prcsid??nt
of tlie Order of Railway Conduc?
tors, last night. "because the ba?
sis of settlement tak?cs into con?
sideration the mileage traveled by
each class, tlie number of men
in ??ach of the five iirms ?>f the
?-??rv ice. and the general scale of
wages which they arc now receiv?
ing. The general lncr?*ast*. how?
ever, amount?? to a little under
11 per t*cnt.. about lO 2-.t per cent,
as near as can he ligiir???!."
COST TO THE RAILROADS.
\s a result of the agreement,
it is estimated by the general
managers tliat the a?lditlonal ??x
penses tt> the eighteen roa?l- each
>??nr will amount to alnnit SI.300,
<KM?. This gives an average in?
crease In the llxetl ?-barges again*.t
each railroad amounting to S7J.
rjnaer tlie agreement, it is pro?
vided ?-hat tlie new s?*ale t>f wages
become eflftxllve October 1. 1912.
and that the new men receive tlie
new scale from Tuesday morning
at 12-01 o'??lock. On ih??ir part,
it is agreed by the men that they
will not go on a strikt*. The writ?
ten agrcein??iit covers several
typewritten pages, each arm of
tne servit??* being taken up sep?
arately. It is understood tliat the
in-., agict-i.cnt iu effect ailds one
hour overtime to tlie ?lay's wages
of the condiK'tors. Judge Knapp
said last night that the details
of the settlement will not be madev.
Aftt* five months of conference
and corT?es*p?in?l??nt?c, and just
when it began to look as though
the iiu?<llat??rs ?.vould have to re?
tire from their work and let the
men t?all the strike, a proposi?
tion was submitted by them Wed?
nesday morning \yhlch calltxl f??r
the general ln?'re/--c ?which was
agrentl t?> ycstcrtUj nfterntton.
Following Is a summary o? tin
sett lenient by the railroads and
the working agreenu'iit :
Agree upon increase of 10 2-3
Annual assessment against cn?h
Of eighteen noatls inv??lvt?ti. $72,
222.242. or total of $1.300.000.
Original tiemanti. 1? per cent.
NundHT of men aff?*cte?l. 13.(MM).
Classes affected, ?*onduelors,
brakemeii, flagmen, yardmen and
Railroads lnvolvctl, Richmond,
? Fredericksburg ami Potomac,
Sodthern. (.??orgia Central. AtaUn?
tic Coa?*t latae, SealMmrtl Air Line.
Mobile and Ohio, Queen ami Cres
? cut (North), (?ueen und Orel
:S??uth), New Orelans. Mobile and
Chicago. New Orleans Grant
Northern, Virginia Southwestern.
A la lui ma and Yicksburg. Clneln
natl. New Orleans und T??\as Pa
? ilic, Georgia Southern and
Fhiritla. Vi?ks|?urg, Shreveport
ami Pacllic. Alabama Great
S?iuthern. Northern Alabama,
N??vv Orleans and Northeastern,
Signen? of agreement, Horace
Raker. Cin? iiinati. Ohio, chair?
man of managers' <-oiiimittce; A,
R. Garre tfson. Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, president Ortler of Railway
Coiulin'lor?s: Val Fitzpatrlck. Cleve?
land. Ohio, vice president Rrother
hood of Railway Trainmen.
Mediators. Chicr Justi?*e Martin
A. Knapp, Commerce Court;
Charles P. Neill, commissioner of
Time of controversy. April 29,
1912, to October 3. 1912.
SEVEN ARE KILLED
WESTPORT, CO>3f.? Special.
Today's preliminary Investigation
into tlie wreck on the New York,
N?ew Haven and Hartford Rail?
road, hi which ?even persons were
killed and two-Score maimed,
pluce?I the blame entirely on the
should??!*? of George T_ Clark, the
engineer, who was killed.
Hartley Gordon, foreman of the
construction gang, under exami?
nation by Coroner Phelan, stated
with emphasis that lie believes the
engineer was either dead or un?
conscious minutes before his
train took the switch of the cross?
over, and ?charged that if the man
was not he had deli liera tel y skip
K?l two danger signals, set against
m, 2,000 and 3,000 feet apart.
Every one of the oflicials of the
road tried to bar newspaper men
- from the session.
Coroner Plielan refused abso?
lutely to abide by the wishes of
the railroad officials and ordered
the hearing open.
The hearing was held In a
freight shed adjoining the West
poit Station. A jury was sum?
moned, the coroner ?leclaring that
he would not empanel one at this
time nor set tlie regular inquest,
which is set for tomorrow..
Gordon was tlie only witness
called. He had been employed
by the road for eight eyars and
lu?a had charge of construction
gangs most of that time.
?*I saw the engineer leaning ont
of the cab," testified Gordon,
"and waved at hitn repeatedly,
but He paid no attention to me.
When ho took that ?t*T*ossover ho
was traveling sixty dilles an hour,
? here the roles of the road forbid
Ape?cd greater than fifteen miles."
W?STP0BT, CONN.*? SaeclnL?
With six dead at a local
morgue, one dead In the morgue
at Nor walk, eight injured at the
Norwalk Hospital and a score
more or less seriously.injured per?
sons scattered to their hornets. In?
vestigation of the wreck of the
Boston-New York express on the
New York. New Haveti and Hart?
ford, which jumped Use track at
Saugatuck late yesterday after?
noon and was partially burned,
was begun today.
At the morgue of Raymond
Sons, at Norwalk, tras found a
body which was .said to he that
ot Mail Clerk Wheeler.
The eight injured remaintng at
the Norwalk Hospital this morn
Ing are e-peeted to reeoTcr. \
TRAIN WAS LA'l
Details as to the exact canse of
the wreck are meager as yet. It
K known, lw?<?v?-r, tliat the train
was seven minutes late. It Is
- ii also that the train was
being run in excess? of the rules
laid down by tlie aiith?>ritle*? after
a rtnillar wreck on the New Haven
a )i**tr ago, which resulted from
ih?*- s<ii>i?* cause that brought about
i viraortUnary s??enes attended
t/ie catastrophe. T1m* l?H*omotive
turne?! a ooniplete sonacrannlt. Tho
mail i-Hr immediately behind it.
was catapaultcd ever the lop of
Um? engin??, and landed, without
-vliecls. tw?*nty reel in front, the
WhenlS later lacing round beneath
|be wrei'kage ot the locomotlv??.
l'olbmlng is the list ??r ?lead.
>r it.? th??y have b??eii report?-?!.
Mra .laiiM-s 0, Itrady. ?laugh
ter-in-law ?>f Anthony N. Brady,
..f Mbany. N. Y.
Mrs. Carl Tucker, daughter of
An i lion y N. Brady.
31rs. B. P. Gavin, also a ?laugh?
ter of Mr. Brady.
Two unidentified bodies,
Mrs. .lain?*s A. (?arfield, arm
Mr. and Mrs. <). I? Wade, of
ladtnnapol?-, ribs broken.
James Apt**, through baggage?
man, tsrnftsed and cut about bend,
Miss Marion Knight, bruise?!
and slight cuts.
Both ih?* latter continu?*?! on
to th?*ir destination. 1'lilludclpliia.
Philip James, of hike F?>r??st.
III., bead ami hands cut and
Mrs. Philip James, or same
tov.ii, cut on Ivg, lln<*;?*rs and arm
B. I?. Hill, ?ir I'hilailclphia. cut
on h?-ad and right arm.
Mr. Franklin, ot South F*raiii
taghtun, Ma-s.. tak??u to Norwalk
Mrs. Aii?I??rs<?n. a?!?lress un?
known, bruis?*?! nn?I shaken up.
F. IV Cleveland, porter, of
Brooklyn, N\ Y.. and J. I>. Silvia.
?Mirtcr. Cambridge. Mass., injure?!
Mall Cl??rk Wheeler, injuretl
At mblnlght the New Haven
and Hartford Railroad Company
issu???! tin? following Maternent:
Rf>\l> ISSFFS STATFMFNT.
"Th?* wreeked train f?>rme?l the
second sc<?tion of train No. .">:>. It
was in d_ne of Conductor John
Jenkins and Fn-*ln??<*r (.. J,. Clark.
Tlie engine was No. 101 I. The
train was westhouml.
"Tin? n??cldcnt occurrc?l at
Tower No. 51 nt 1:11 P. M. En
trlii?M*r Clark and Fireman Charl?-s
Mokier were kil!???l In addition to
-i\ passrn_??rs. One mail cb*rk
was s?-v?-rely ?njur?*?l, as were
"Th?? troubh* was ??aused when
tlie engineer was end?*avoring to
??ross from track No. 1. a freight
track, to track No. 3. tin* pipn-s?
lra?*k. Tlie engin?* was ?*r?>ss|ng a
fro:r. on which the sw1t<*b??s are
rsweraed so that a train could
rl?le them at a fairly good rate
"After jumpliii. the tra??k the
train ripp???l up |M r?*et <?r rails.
When line ??nglii?? Jump???! the
tra??k It took the seven head cars
with it. Four parlor cars piled
on top or the endu?*. catching
fire. The mall ami baggage cars
f?*ll to one side."
HlflR\>n I'ltOSTK \tkii.
NORWALK. CONIC. Special.?A
pathetic ?cene ? tin ?*iia?*f?*fl at the
%iir?alk lloniil?-! today v? hen
.lu m?'m Ilrady, m? Albany, arrived
and made Inquirir? for his wife.
He had been told thai *>he waa
miIII alive mu? waa m patient In the
W hen the phy?lclan? told him
that -he ?n? ?lead he collnp?ed and
fell to the ?tdewalk.
Sympathetic hyatsndcr? went to
hla a-wl-lmice and enrrled him l?>
hi? automobile. At the l.nr.lii
Home lit Hartford, where he wa?
taken. It waa later atated that he
waa In m aerloua rondillon ami nai
iin?l?*r the rare of m phj ?lelau.
Word? of prnlae were Nwnkrn to?
mmy for the pbyalclan? who attend?
ed the Injure?! at the Norwnlk !!<>?
pliai. 11 r. S. Lawrence, Dr. Willlara
A. Traeey, Or. Ward F. Grej_??r>.
llr. Jamea C. Gregory and Dr.
Hutrhiaaon. They had been on
connfnut duty alnce the wreck yea
tertlay afternoon, alleviating; the
suffering; of the wounded.
Their duty waa made even more
exacting: hy the hundred? of ?.1*1
tora to the hoapltal. who were
tin \ IoiinI v Inquiring; for relativen or
frienda fhoiiKht to be on the ??reck?
tlf the elsfht patienta occupying;
cota In the hoapltal ward? w ho
were brought over the three mllea
of not too amooth road from the
aeene of the wreck, all ?uffered to
aome extent from the uncomfortable
meatna of travel which they were
compelled to ondrrgg brrauae of ?
lack of ambulance?.
A Mill I I.I.I N?. ITOKT.
H?W HAVEN. CONN.? Special.
A thrilling atory of her eacape from
death Isa the New York, New Haven
nssd Hartford wreck yeaterday waa
told today hy HHaa Kleanor llart
lett, nineteen year? old, ?laiiKhtcr
of John llartlett, patent attorney,
of !Sew York.
"I wa? rl?lInic in the forward car
when the cra?h camr," M las llart?
??In, m aeeond It aeeraed the car
had crumpled up and 1 found my?
self pinned under the wreckage.
Soon amoke came to my nostril?
and then all of a audden flames
seemed to envelop me and every?
thing shout me. In aome ?vay I
was able to net clone to s wlud?>w.
I pounded on It to attract attention,
but It aeemed so Ionic and ?leath
seeuied so near before my cries and
my poundings were heard.
??Sot?e man kicked In the window
prisas and I wss pulled ?tut ju?t n?
the flamea swept over the place
where I had been.
??I waa cut and brul?ed, and when
my reacuers aaaked me where I
wanted to go I told them to the
home of my aunt, .111?? I.lien strong
Ilsrtlett, of Mew Haven, where I
wsa taken In an automobile."
Dr. ltsynham Townneud, who
drensed Mix? llartlett's lujurie?,
found her bleeding; pr??fuaely front
niai.y cut?, s eoah in ber back, nev
enil Incbe? Ions; being the mont
Save Three Clinging to Upset Dory.
NEW YORK. Special.? In the strong
wind that lashed waves furiously
against the shore, four men set out at
7:30. o'clock last night b- row to their
Ashing smack, the Anna Gogfred, an?
chored half a mile off the pier of the
Gravesend Yacht Club. The four were
Captain Peterson, Mangus Otterson,
Severen Haugue and Adolph Otterson.
Half an hour later J. T. Johnson,
steward of the club, heard cries for
With Charles Charwood, captain of
Commodore Charles A. Stewart's yacht
Aylwln, Johnson started in a rowboat
out into the bay. Three hundred yard?
out Johnson and Charwood came upon
the overturned dory.
Captain Peterson lay along her keel
unconscious. Haugue and Hanson
were clinging to her sides. Otterson
had drowned. The three men were
got into the rowboat and taken ashore.
Peterson said a big comber had
sverturned the dory.
"Otterson was the strongest swim?
mer of all of us," said the captain.
"He struck out for shore to bring help.
That was the last wo saw of him."
Otterson was forty-five years old and
BRITISH FLEET TO
WATCH THE BALKANS
GIBRALTAR. Oct. 4.?The British
fleet hers today was ordered to the
1 Levant as a result; of the Balkan situ?
TURNED TABLES ON
WOULD BE HAZERS
one attempt at hazing a "rat" In
EUchmoad Collsaa in the last ten days
was not attcntled with a gr?<at deal of
tor the hazing ?uittlt, while
th.- "rat" manifest?'?! a capacity t"
take care of himself when trouble
was brought lO him.
The "rat" in ?lucstion is named
Henderson, and he nun in his room,
engaged la etudtas, when there wag a
demand that urn open the ?loor ami
receive a d?l?gation Hut that
not Mr. Henderson's i?i?a <?r doing
businesn, and he insist??) that che
party tiesist. Not to l>?' OUtdoaS l>y a
mere "rat," the haasrs?and there
were ? doeaa of them, according to
report?Informed him that they had
d to "pay tln-ir respects." and
proceeded to bammer th<- door, using
an Indian club.
Mr. Hendereon calmly awaited their
entrance, and as the door gave way
the ciui? rolled to the feet of the young
Student. Hi* seized the oppol'tunitV
also the clul>?and began to lay about
ii i m in great style, the result of the
invasion being that certainly ??ne of
the sophomores retir?-?! with a eevere
cut on his head; other??, with bruises
and many with sears of the engage?
Last Monday President Btmlwrlght
got wind ot the aftair, and the otTend
ers wer?* baled t?> the bar and asked
regarding the matter. They d<tclared
that there had not been any hazing,
but nothing was sai?! Of th*> attempt,
and as toe haaers had been based, the
the matter is, tor the Urns at least, in
But President Boatwright made it
plain that other attempts to do this
j kimi of work will meet with sever?
I punishment, and it Is not improbable
that Some of the young men engaged
in the recent outbreak may have to
"do tune" lu? ais? of this gross in?
fra? t ion of tin rules of the culb-ge.
Mr. Henderson has been commended
by his fellows tor the manner in which
he repelled the basera, ami the ''rats4"
generally are inclined to think that bs
is entitled tO some distinction for put?
ting aa cud to the practice in the col?
lege, it la understood that be has an
nounced that a repetition of the attack
on him will meet with further resist?
ance, but th?* belief Is that the matter
is ended and that there will be no more
attempts at hazing.
Another feature of the college life
is the "basing of the coeds4' on the part
?>f the sophomore girls against the
"rats'' ol their sex. The decree went
forth some days ?ago that the new girls
must wear green ribbons In th?ir hair,
and to show just bow much respect the
"rateases" had for the "sophonmr.tsses*1
they appeared with bright red ribbons.
Hut the young ladies are engaged in the
business in a spirit of fun. an?! they
have announce?! that unless the new?
comers Will comply with the ukase of
th<- sophs they ?r? to be denied an in?
troduction to the "nice young men of
the colleg?-." and so there.
if any of the new girls have obeyed
the mandate of the haughty sophs It is
not known, and the est racism, if it can
be so designated, is In full force an?!
effect. The girls arc having lots of
fun out of the affair, and the very best
of feeling prevails on all sides
HBLPL.B9S I.All. TAJCBN TO st llooi..
MBRBL1 iu:vii:viiii:hn hi; is
l It.\.Mi. HASTINGS.
NEW YORK. Special.? Accompani?3d
by an emaciated boy ?>f sixteen, whose
sunken clucks, hollow eyes and sallow
complexion showed lack ot nourish?
ment. Evert James Wendell, of 8 Kast
Thirty-eighth Street, ?who is a trustee
of the Trinity Church Corporation, took
a train Wednesday afternoon for Val?
halla, N. Y. There the boy was turntsd
over to the Farm .School of the Chil?
dren's Aid Society.
The i>?>y told Mr. Wendell be knew
his name was Krank Hastings, but
Where he cants from or the names of
relatives anil friends were totally for?
The boy was found Tuesday night in
the subway station at Ninety-six t h
Street. He ??seined to be helpless from
drink. Some hours later he was ar?
raigned before Magistrate Appleton in
Night Court. The magistrate tried to
question him. but the boy apparently
was in a dream. Then Mr. Wendell
..sked tO Ko tO court.
"This I did," Mr. Wendell said. "The
boy was in such a condition that noth?
ing could b?- learn??! from him. My
lnter?-st was only thai ?if any man who
believe! in giving a boy a ?'hance, and
Magistrate Appleton knowing how I
felt naked m?' to come to court.
"Wednesday afternoon the boy again
was arraigned, this time In the West
Side Court before Magistrate Krotel.
Nothing of his past could bo got from
him, an?l I offered to take the hoy in
aiy care and see if healthy food and
surrounrlings would not restore his
"On the way to the farm I tried to
?luestion him and he really seemed to
me sincere in his answers. It may be
that he Is merely a runaway, and it
I may be. as he insists, that he has trav?
eled to many parts of this country."
STILL IS CAPTURED
Deputy Collector Henry Swoops Down
on Moonshine Plant in Carroll
County but Fail to Cap?
BOANOKE. VA.? Special.?B.
I\ Henry, Deputy Collector, re?
turned te Roanoke from a
raiding ex*?H*?litioii on moonshine
distillerie*? in Carroll county. Th??y
reported a pit?-he<I battit? between
revenue odioers and moonshiners,
at Pipers' t>ap, at a ?lisiilb-ry run
hy Byrd Marion, accordinglo in?
formation received by the ofllcers.
Collector Henry ami Deputy
Marshall S. C. M. Caddis, or Car?
roll, were lired upon from am?
bush, just as they arrived at the
distillery, which was in full blast
ami which waa alleged to have
been operated by Marion. About
a dozen sh??ts were fire?! at the
ollicers and they h?*ard the bul?
lets whistling around their heads.
The ollicers returned the fire,
emptying their pistols an?! then
cbai'g"?! into the brush with their
Winchesters. About thirty slmt.s
were, fired in all.
Tlie moonshiners ??scapc(l In the
mountains, after which the ollicers
destroyed the distillery, pouring
out about 500 gallons of beer and
a goodly quantity or whiskey and
completely destroying the outfit,
said to be one of the largest and
ino-t valuable plants y?*t ?lestroyetl
In the mountains of \irginia.
Ilyrd Marion is tlie man ar?
rested with Floyd and Victor
Allen and indicted along with
them, as being implicated in the
Ilillsvllle tragedy of March 14th.
He was never tried, the intlictmeut
Tlie distillery was located in
half a mile of Marlon's home and
vt I thin two miles of Floyd Allen's
Th? officers destroyed three
other distilleries, all making
whiskey, in the same vicinity.
MINISTER D. P. T?TE
DANVTLiUE, VA.? Special.? D. P.
T?te, the minister who was convicted
last June to serve fourteen months
for grand larceny, and was surren?
dered to the court arid Jailed yester?
day, has Just recesYed a pardon
from Governor Mann.? The pardon Is
conditional, subject tM recall should
T?te fall to ?conduct himself as a good,
law-abiding citizen. Tat? leaves to?
night for Columbia. S. C where he
Indians on Wan-?th.
KXICO CITY. Special.?Twi taun
?lr.-d Indiana in the State ?>f Coahulla
have gon?- on the warpath. A tele?
gram to the war ministry today from
Saltillo, the capital, state?! that the
Indians ?ere )olnlng tin- insurrectos.
VIENNA. Special.?Saturday n'?s
the day of crisis in the Italkan sil
ualion. Austrian diplomats anxious?
ly awaite?l nenrs ironi Bulgaria
thai tlu-.v pretil? t?-?l ?MM ?I?*
teriuin?* p?a? ?? <?r war lictw?*??n the
..III?<1 UBgUoiliH and the Moslem
Tli?? anniversary ??f Bulgarian
liiilciH-mleiu*?* was ? elehrute?! at
?Sofia today, mu? tear*? Viere ?ipeuly
expressed that Czar F?*r?liiiaii?l
an?l his advis?*rs would MAM tin*
iM-?asi(in t?i proclah11 war on Tur?
key. app??aiing to the patriotic
spirit or tin* Bnlgnee.
Oik* tliphimat thus summed up
"If mtuul war is mit pro? lalm
???I by night we ?an hope i"?>r the
"I-:v??n it war is declared th?*re
will sMIl Ih* a ehaiKv. but a slight
one. The pimi-rs may hau* iii
j linen??? enough Io |)i?-\?iit hlisllll
ties it they ad in union."
Austrian railway ?din ials tle
clare that war is absolutely cer?
tain, and all shipim-nts for Servia
ami Turkey that ???nit* via Switz?
erland were held up at the Austr??
swiss border today.
REPORT t llMIHVl I'D.
l'rm-i lent <-niinrHiniii.il of reporta
that llnlgnrlan troopa, have croaae?!
th?- 'l'urklalt frontier nrrt a?-?-?ir?*il
h?-re today. Thr nnr mliitntry
nnnunnrril (hat th?-re had been
ak?rni?sln-a between Hulanra and
Tnrka ou Turklah territory. '1'here
la no I'lmflrniiil l??n, hi>iir\rr, that
the main lltilmirlnii army I? nil
moiril Into Turkey.
??rnntl Visier (ihaxl I'aeha de
elnreil that the Ottoman Kiiirrn
ini'iit would ?I?? ??*. erj tliluie ciini
Iintilhle with Ita ?lijcnltv to a*.ert
virar, nlthoufch he declared that
Turkey *a outpoata bad alao re?
ported the Invaalon ?>f Turklah
territory by (?reek and Servian
tr?iii|iH and thui It NWJI be nece?
aary for the Kiivrrniiiriit I?? main?
tain Ita preatlae by forre ot arma
If tbeae reporta were true.
Although the cmnil vlr.ler nalS
that < <n?H?-r\ atlvea In the ????em
incut are oppoMc?! tc *he lounic
Turka* demand for Inim.-Slate dec
Inratloa of niir the aplrlt of the
people muat be reckoned with, but
the populace, n I in ?at aa a unit, la
en I ?Inn 'or war.
LEADER OF MOOSES
"IN FINE FETTLE"
NBW YORK.? Special.?"My sworn
statement at Waahington answers all
the chargea I've nothing else to ?say
about it, either now or at any future
In this manner ti Tresldent Theo?
dore Roosevelt summed up all
that he had t<> Fay about his testi?
mony before the senatorial commit?
tee Investigating campaign funds yes?
terday. He was bombarded with qu?w
tioiis as soon as he arrived here from
Waahington, In company with Dr. i.y
man Abbott, <>f Th?' Outlook, his son,
Krnest Abbott, and Collector of the
Port William L.o?-b, Jr. He ha?! noth?
ing mote to say. however, except that
he was "in tine fettle."
IP YOUR WIFE is LOST
IMIN'T RUN to rui.Ki:
.MOW YORK.-? Special.?An excited
man rushed Into the West Thirtieth
Street Police Station Wednesday even?
ing and amid:
"i am nearly distracted. My wife
has disappeared from the Hotel afar
Unique, where we are stopping. She
is a stranger In New York, i know
something fearful has happened to
The man said he was Joseph Grib
ble, a member of the New ?irlrans
?'otton Exchange He and Mr?. Grii>
bl<? arrived here Tuesday night and
Wednesday, while he was transacting
business downtown, Mrs. Gribble went
"She was to meet me at 2 o'clock
at the hotel." he continued, "but she
wan not there. I have telephoned
??very hospital in New York, but can
get no trac?- of her."
"Hetter calm yourself and go back
to your hotel." advised Lieutenant
Morris. "We'll see if we can't find
Mr. Orlhhle went back to the hotel
and was *\vamlering disconsolately
about the lobby when Mrs. Grlbble
appeared. She was not excited. She
was Icedlr calm when she said:
"Please explain yourself. I have
been waiting here for you since 2
o'clock. Where have you been?"
GRAND PRIX AUTO
RACE IS BEGUN
MTLWAUKEE, WIS.? Special.
At 10:19 Robert Burman. in his
giant Benz, was s?*nt away lirst in
a li??l?I of twelve in the Ot?d
Prix rae??, the automobile classic
of the year. At interval** of one
minute the other cars crossed the
starting line and the rae?* was on.
The tra?-k was in the Ih*sI con?
dition it has been since racing
The distance Is 409 miles 4,616
f<*et?iifty-lw?i laps. Shuttered
siM-?tl records are ??xpected.
Ted TezlafT, in his Fiat, was the
favorite in the lietting just before
the starting bomb was lired. Old
tield. former spec? I demon, was not
expected to finish.
?ihliield asserted he would drive
his cur 'Tor all there was in
her." He said he would finish if
tlie car held up.
FROM SEEING TRAIN
Flagman Killed Trying to Warn
Others of Their Impending
NIAGARA FALLS.? Special.
Thri'e men were instantly killed
?-hen a INevr York ?Destral train
ran them dona In a desase fog.
The ?lend: Alexander McDonald,
twenty-elj?ht year? old; J tune
Sterling, twenty-riant years old)
Martin Ryan, flagman.
Kjran saw the two other men on
the track a few minutes before the
trsln wss due to psss s crossing
and ran shesd to tell them of their
danger. He had hardly begun to
shout when the trsln bore down on
?II three, catting them to pieces.
Oorhett Out of Danger.
PHI_A.D_L.PHIA, PA.? Special
James J. Corbett was pronounced
practically out of danger today at the
Jefferson Hospital, where he under?
went an operation for appendicitis
HOPE FOR SOLUTION
OF BALKAN TROUBLE
LONDON. Special.?Despite re
Itcrutcd r?-|sirt?. ol ?>???. ?-re righting
in the Balkans, the general opla
ion among ?liplouiuls who ars
??om-I.v watching tin? > it nation 111
vntvunj TmtjtiJ. Bulgaria, Kerala,
Miiim-iu-i.rti and UarCasee Is thai
there hud been a murU??d brttcr
im-iit in the situation within the
la.si tw?-iity.|?>ur hours.
l-'?>r I In* hr?t time since the
crisis developed the hope was
hehl out that it would MM with?
out any ?l??laratioii ?>r bootllI ties.
Officials of th?> foreign offftoe
iiiiniitie?! that dtanltors lighting
might he e.\|n.*ct?-?l. bSOMM of ths
?I?*?iiii-!hhI condition in the Bal?
kan?,, but declared that no tJOSAm
ral action was probable under the
\ r?*|>?'i-t sent ?nit last night
that a severe engugement liad
been fon.lil by Bulgarian ami
Turkish troops at llarmaiill, a
Bulgarian town, was discredited
This report Stated that 400 had
Officials ?if th?* torcign orrics
|x>int?*?l out that IT a liea\y battis
had oeenrred it nronld hare is*t*n
ns90s*_SSary lor a large lorce of
Turks t?i ha\?* cronsed the Bul?
Tb?* powere have re?eetvea a**
Bkaraaces fmm the i*?irte tliat it
will do ??v?r>lliing in its power
to maintain pvat'c and will as?
sume the aggressiv?' only when
?comprised to do so in r?*taliatloa
for an invasion of Turkish It rrl
Final toashhralhr Is being
given today in the chnnocllori?*s
nl' Europe to the ultimatum whl??b
is to lie presented to Turk?*y ?le
mnndlng autonomy f?>r MtnSane
nia. Albania, OUI S??rvia and
This will Ik* presented ?eat
Emperor Francis .in?** ph. of
\u?*tria. is now lending ??very aid
ptmslhlti to the efforts to main?
tain penes. _
The aged F.mprror is anxlons
to have bis reign end without a
gr??at war. ami when it became
known today that Austria had
aligned herself with th?* pow?*nr?
attempting to prevent hostilllfe?
th?*r?* v\as Jt inark?'?l ?I?m reas?* ia
the tension. Representatives of
Holgar?a, in I.oiuhm. today ?le
t?lar?*?l r?-|s?rts that tin* Hulgilrlae
army bad cr< reset 1 tin* Turkish
frontl?*r were alisolulcly without
l'l \(T RFFORE WAR.
The war lever here is gr??wlnr,
every h?iur. Th?? iievvspa|?crs and
populace hnve unite?! in their de?
mand that the government de
Ctare war against the Ha! kan
The two nnist pow?>rfnl auri?
cles in favor <?f hostilities are the
>oung Turks 1 "?'deration and the
prie st hood ?if the Muslim Church.
Crowds of iiu'ii and Imys. tit*
latter mainly ?.Indents. sur~<?d
about the porte building today
with shouts and <l<*iiioiistrationa
in favor ?if the immctliatc ?l?*cla
ratton ?>f war.
Many of the schools are cl??st??l.
Students ltcariiig banii?*rs with
such Inscriptions as "I/ong live
\?iir" Jin?! "Down with Gr??cce"
paraded through the str?'?*ts.
it ?us officially announced i>y
the foreign mini-tor that no
ik'jic<* treat*, has ret been entered
into by Turkey ami Italy, al?
though it is ims-ihh* that penco
may In* brought alxiut within
Many con*-? r\ ativ ?*- believe that
the Tnrklsh government Is wait
ing for peaee With Italy bei??re
?leclarlng war in tin* llalkau?.
Thai krrav's First l.iigli-h Home.
A Thackeray house hoe come Inte
the market?the cottage at Hadiey
Green, near Harnet, which was the
residence of the novelist's mother.
It was here that Thackeray waa
brought from Calcutta as a child of
seven, and there he wrote his first re
COrded letter to his "mamma" and
Captain Carmlchael Smyth, hi? step
fat h.-r (prototype of Colonel New
It was while staying with his rela?
tives that an aunt became alarmed at
the size of the little boy's bead. The
aunt sought the advice of Sir Charles
Clarke, who assured her that she
should not be afraid, adding: "It is a
big head, but there is a good deal In
It."?London Daily Telegraph.
SHAKES HAND OF
JOHNSON; OUT S17?
.SCHENKET ADY,-? Spedal.? Hirata
Johnson. Governor of California and
candidat.? for Vice Pr?sident on th?
Bull Mooes ticket, spoke !n the Center
Slr?-et ? >p??ra House here Tuesday
night in aid of the Progressive, ticket
Max Novak attended. Wednesday hs
said very unpleasant things about the
crowd with which he iilcntified him?
Novak was one of those desirous of
shaking f?overnor Johnson's band. Hs
di?l BO. end aft??r he had recovered
from that pleasure he was minus $179.
H?> is positive he lost it then. Just be?
fore ho put ?mt his hand the money
was In his pocket.
Novak is treasurer of a bottling
works company, and until Wednesday
a I'oosevelt man. Now he's for Chafln.
Hldn't Look It. But He Was.
NEW YORK. Special?"U am a dis?
tinguished man," the Socialist spell
blnder bnran as he arose to addrern
a little crowd at the Franklin statu*
in the Park Row plaza. "I may not
look it, but"?tapping his breast witk
a finger?"I am a very distinguished
man. I was the first member of tks
Ananias Club; the first man that
Teddy Rosenfelt called a liar."
That put th?? audience in good hn
mor. and It w. s easy going for th?
orator the rest of the way.
You've heard about the liver pad
A thousand times. 1 know,
It used to soothe and solance dad
In days of long ago.
The bustle used to comfort ma
When she was in the whirl.
It seems two decades since I saw
A bustle on a girl.
| The Idols vanlsn that we love;
They can't forever last.
Today they're part and parcel *f
The limbo of the part.
The quality of Sauer's
Extracts has long ago
been conceded to be
by cv?-ry test. Try them
once and always. At all
grocers 10c and 25c
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