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Wh c:sttaalrerls VTnNay--C'loudy UEN.'J EFIºEEA A VEIL I I~hnbor"nttheft1p9e.I't jramrrow--Prhb21e RhowerJ. VOL.XX~11.sslT No. 13 I$%1IAMNAA EN~iA I INN, (n(H'~5. 1)0 1I'I~I('E FIV1R C rNTB DETECTIVES ON A HOT TRAIL IN THE LOS ANGELES PURSUIT Boat Is Discovered Which Was Used by the' Men Who Bought Dynamite. PLANS FOR RELIEF OF THE WOUNDED AND BEREFT Los Angeles, Discussing Scheme for Adjustment of Labor Troubles, Is Stirred by the Arrest of General Otis on an Old 'Libel Charge. Cakland, Cal., Oct. 4.-In tie dis- Fr eovery of the launch "Pastime" at a lt boathouse in the Onhland estuary, the as detectives who are working on the cel cas# of the dynamiting of* the ],Los Angeles Times building, are certain sel that they have at least located the ge nmysteriols craft known as the "Peer- we less" Iand believed to have been used wr by thie Ieripetrators of the crllne to wt i carry the dynamite sticks from the lib alesroornm of thile powder company at cbi ilant, Contra CoIsta county, on Sep- Mi tember 23. The boat was Identified Tt today by George Phillips, chief sales- aii man of the powder company, as being co identical with the one used by the men st1 who purchased the 500 pounds of ex plosives. Detective Wllliatn J. Burns, fe who is conducting the. Investigation ce into the matter, visited tile boathouse th today in colnpany with Captain of IDe- .av tectives Walter J. Peterson of tile local tic deptrtment, whoi made the find, and su several detectives from L os Angeles. no iAnn Frnclscl and Oakland. Boat .Found. i "We have found the boat used by to the men we are after," saul Burns to- In night. "Bit by bit we have gained on , them, and the finding of the but In th which they carried on most of their th earily operations is very important." er Two pairs of common blue overalls ti and a torn piece of it San Francisco newspaper of September 24 were the only things found in the boat. Nail and screw holes on the bot of the boat n are now believed by the detectives to in be tile marks of the letters "Peerless" le placed over "Pastime." st Immediately after the visit to the bhoathollse, detectives were sent in, an n automobile to Alvlso, a town about 30l miles down the buy toward Saan Jose, where several persons stated that they had seen a strange launch In the vllin- !1 Ity on September 20, in which three h inen were riding, and that several boxes i such as were used to shillp' dynamilte ii hbd been found near there. p Clews. "ii The two men who rented the laulnch fi on Septemrber 20 answer the descrip tion of the two men who negotiated the deal foi the sale of the dynamite in every Iparticular. They stated that they had come .from New York only two or three days prevously, and tllhat they wanted a launch in which to a cruise up the Sacramento river for a month. One of the men gave his name b is Blryce, and the other said that he a iias A. L. Perry. The men who pur chased the dynamite are known as A. J. Bryson and Williamn Morris. The men paid a deposit of $500 andI returned the launch at noon oni September 20. Secretive Officers. Los Angeles, Ot. 4.-Thile veil of secrecy maintained.by Chief of Police Calloway and all his subordinates since the explosion which wrecked the Times plant last Saturday, became thicker and more Impenetrable late today, wlhen a report came in that the trail of the dynamite conslpirators had been struck In this city. "I regard the second clew quite as 'Important as that which is engaging the attention of tile detectives in San 3"rancisco." This ,was all that half an hour of interrogation mnltid ellcit from the chif of police. Otis Arrest'ed. One incident of the day here was the arrest of General Otis, proprietor of the Times, on the charge of having criminally libeled Andrew Gallagher, a ean Francilsco labor leader, In tile columns of the Times. He was taken. into custody whille preparing to attendI the funeral of Wesley Reaves, the yojng stenograpier, to whom he diel tated the article on which the libelI was based. The arresting officer accompanlied tile general to the funeral and thence to a justice court, where hail was ar ranged. Thie case will cime up to Jnorrow on it habeas corputs heal'lng. Old Charges. The charges against Opneral Otis were contained in two warrants. They tlmreO issued pomne time ago in San NO GREAT, BIG STEAM ROLLER GOES WITH BRAVE MAJOR DAN Olendive, Mont.,' Oct. 4-(Speclul). --In his speech to the democratic county convention this afternoon, Just after he had been nominated for the state legisliature. Mayor Dan J. Donahue .declared that he had 'attended every ,democratic state gonvention for 10 years s n p delegate from Dpwson coun ty, andl tbht he wished to declare emn phatically that the recent convention .or that party Pt Livingston was sub .*ctej. t a steafl roller process manu tactured by agents of the Anigs~amted Francie.e, bhut as ilneral (itl was in Mexli'o represetntlng the Uniteltd States as I spiclnl envoy to thelI centennial celebration, they were not served. Simnilat' warrants, hotwever, were served on Harry (handler, aslsstant general manager of thle Times, but he lwas released ulnder iI habea, corpus writ, Issued . on the ground, tllat the Warrants wire Insltfflicilet. The alle'ged libel was contalned in an. a'thile crill cli,lnrg not only Gallagher, hot Mayor[ McCarthy of San lFran'lsIco and O. A. TIvelitmo, following the visit of (lal lagher and Tveitmoe to this city to I confer with labor leaders regarding the I strike conditions here. Funds to be devoted to the relief of famliles of the explosion victims ,re 1 ceived a idrge addition today, when the Amoricln lankers' assoelation, , which Is holding Its' annual copven 1 tion here, approprlited $.5000 to the I sums already collcted by the various newspapers, The committee appointed by Presi dent Sullivan of the State Federation of l.tbor called on, Mayor Alexander today to ask permission to join in the Inveslgtigation now being made of the ti explosion. The mayor refused to make A the federation appointees members of tihe investigating committee named se- tl eral days ago. Tlhe labor representa i tlves then asked for a permit to go " upon the Times prolperty and conduct o a separate Investigation. This also was 0 I refused, the mayor holding that he hall a no authority to do more than issue n SInstructlons to the policee to let the labor enmmisttet within the police lines a stretched to hold back the throngs s ' which still stirround the wreeknage diay o and night. I Strikes. ' Seve'ral reports "were current today that thle mlluyor had asked the hioer I thenders of. the city to call off the J sstrlkes aof the Iron workers and the "brewery 'mlployes, which have lbeen in a progress here fIr some time. The mayor donled this, but said that if he t StLought the labor lenders would look t favorably upon such a suggestion, le I would gladly make It. Fix bodies were recovered from the t rruinsl today. One was identified a ll that ofe John Howard, a linotype e operator. Tile identifcleatlon was made t by Howard's son, a. boy who has been almost constantly near the wreckage I waiting for the recovery of his father's I IC body since last .aturday morning, a few 1 hours after thle explosion. He has been wltlhout sleep most of the time, and yesterday spent several hours In the ul recelving hospital. SOne of the other bod(les is supposed to be that of Eugene caress, another lir:otyper. The other four are burned beyond recognition. The six bodies re covered today bring the total taken so far from the ruins up to 14. Eight are c btlleved to be still buried In the ruins. S While the clew discovered today on Chief Galloway's word Is regarded as an Important one, tile men of the police department engaged in thie search for ek the criminals still malintain the wait ekng attitude which they asswrid upon the receipt of the news that thlt t:'ai' as of tile dynamiters had l''en fiound 'In Ran Franclsco. of LA FOLLETTE IS EASY e AFTER THE OPERATION Inla the ten Ioclheter, Minn., Oct. 4,--Senator ndl Robert AM. Ina Folletto of Wisconsin, the Who was operated upon at St. Mary's ie- hospital hcre today for gall stones, was bel ,resting east'yU . tonight. His physicians state that the operation was a coim led plete success and they lookt for the ace sebnator's speedy recovery. ar- A bulletin at 8:30 p. m. says: to. "Twelve hours after the oplieration, SSenator La Fullette is In good' condll tlion,. lie is colnfoirttiab, nside Ifron the ordlinary'sorlness ilil to tlhe oper )tis ation. The temperature and respir hey tion reinnin norlimal. There' are no iun ian favorable symlptoms." Copper company. Major Donahue was nominated on y platform which takes a rap at both W. A. Clark and Senator Carter, and pledges Its legislative nom Inee in the event of his election to vote for T. J. Walsh for United States senatpr "as long ho has any chance of election." As a usual thing the democrats, who have always consti tUted a decided minority ,j DPawson county, have only, ominated for cer tain offlees, but today they placed a I complete ticket in the field, MONTANA HERETIC TALKS CORN Splknne, Wash.I.., it . 4.--I'Professor 'r'homols Shaw. ugrii ultl rill expl.-l't of the cir.t Northel'n raI'ilway lnd whol callhedl himsenlf thil "ht.r,·tic that Iam in lllto Mlltlallnl ind grew flllddtel'r Ing tot the farnter' Is to stoilt Itam Jhetin ll too ('' I statetitltl. " .V wth t rn I4,001 ti . tl ,ll7 tI Lrs s, i( prt n vio ["s s eker, hold said he nutll grol\ cor) at n ntill lulletllu of 6,0011 feet, mtod ha prIducedthltrn whic.hl was of exiellent qIualiy. EXCHANGE REFORMS SUGGESTED FOR USE BANKERS DISCUSS NEW FORMS OF DRAFTS AND NEW SHAPES OF CURRENCY. Los Angeles, Oct. 4.-D-lelates to the thirty-sixth annual c,onv.'ntlonl of tilht Ait rrlten tanki.rs' aetol.'athion, lulm1 hering ahort 1,+100, met.t 'li seolwtn ati the Aluditorl'iul today trand took up mitt terns f V'ast Illlportune t ttl Ili' l klling Interests of tht United Sto.it.,. lReports of officeris of the st..v'a,:l wt're read and tihe C(ovention proc,+'ed"d, to busIl ePHt. 'That the I)bankers of lita: Ulnit.al Stat(es are deterlminell tol hava It tllot-y order tIystem that will t e .tiu:tl t Ihtat cf the Unlted States governlmnllt anlld 'x press companies was dermonstrated when the report of the ctlnlnit tee oll express 'omtn|panlmt, aln1d monet, I orders was retltt I)y (', R. t.luine4 r of P'tennsylvania ll n i the1 t'il lltnc of a. Joseplh IChapmanl, Jr., cthairntiun of e thlts tcotntlttee. The commlnittee, ree Snlnmmended Ipa111n that bnlks Sshall Isue sullch frl'm of itIon(ey orttdera elas tire now isstueld biy the govrnt'l nllnt't Ithroutgh the postofftlce deprlt, rllnt antd I by express l ompani, , tud have $olnt finan'tt l hnstitutiot Ot'f i ,ltn rltt. tI 't uno c agnt. 't'he .sys0te,1 as pru),pdt Is slutl sinl c to a system i' tlavle'rs' chtileks now Sscope aned p1roudes falellitl(s f1 tlselldig n small or large i1nc.,y orvhlr,+ through 0i banks with the sanie guarnte '1L of e(. Sficinlcy lndl swecurlty as )pr.vid d by thelt postofflee department uand expriess . colmpanis. It was shown tl.t the foreign and domestic mon.,y ordlers now e Islsued Ib)y the governmenlt a11nd Lexpress d companies annuallllly uamounts to up ward of $7,000,000, and it wa:+ urgled lthat the publlce would he xreatl. con venlenced by a system of money oro Sders Issued thlrough hanks Itas pnposed. e The plan as outlined nmet willth the en htlslantle hindoremonenLt of tilhe (OIVlen t Ion. I Smaller Notes. Leo MeClung,'treasurer of the Unite'l r States, addressed the convention today and urged a redlection in the size of pa pe r money and a uniform size for both t treasury and United icut( Ihank nltes, Treasurer McClung exllhiil samples of foreign currenciy from .1 dozen dil' ferent nations and pointed out the ad vantages of a reduction in n siz Iin the present notes, which are 71/4 by 3 inches in dimnensnions. lae said the gov ernment would be saving $612,000 an nually as a result of the move. The pronosed new size is identical with the currency used In the Philippines to-. day. Mr. Me('lung read a telegram from President Taft, as follows: r "White House, October 4, 1910. Lee 1 McClung, United States treasurer, Los ' Angeles, Cal. Please present my com . pliments and good wishes to the Amerl is can lunker#' association, In session In - Los Angeles, and say that I hope with io In tile next few years we may have a revision of the cullrrency law., so mnuch +: needed. n (tigned)i "W\VIIIAM IT. TAI'T.'" in Routine. After an Invocation by Rev. Robert SJ. B3urdette of Los Angeles, addresses of welcome were delivered by Mayor George Alexander and W. H. Holiday, president of the ILos Angeles Clearing House association. Response to the ad dresses of welcome was made by (O eorge H. Russell, Dutroit, Mich., ex president of the association. In the annual address of President Lewis R, Pierson of New York city, as the head of the bankers' association es declared strongly in favor, of a central or hank, president Pierson criticsed the 11- United States government for estab to lishing the poital savings bank, and lee said he hoped the government would be ca warned in time by the Oklahoma case he to steer clear of bank' guarantee by ti- states, and dwelt upon the subject of on high prices of living and the "waste r- ftIlness of AmerliEan" In general, He (Continuaebl a Pl4$e Slhbt.) .SILVER BOW'1 INDORSES TEDDY REPUBLICANS ADOPT FLATFORM WHICH COMMENDS THE ROOSEVELT POLICIES. GOOD 111 IS NAMED The Delegates Transact Their Business With Dispatch and There Is No Dis cord in Sc'ection of Candidates or in Adoption of a Progressive Declara tion of Principles. 1it (l tllt, (tt. 4--(M laIitl).- 'hl r ,-e Ipthiiiitui 'm Zv'ltil,-n held latod y w,1 IImst expedl(itlously cioindtlitl, tilltiy of I'the nminatiotlns linK it made bi y Ie tiinittion alnd ll front tlhe fitor. Manlly go unlllAls were mni( lnd the pred-ll tiotn f II(i11( a a.e lls l tde I ly fill oft lte l.ditt ing r'pblll lie'allnt preseint. Th'l ere Vas noi sign oif Ilns rgeey upllnrint.lil Ili,\li .1. c'lhirles wtll nominleateld fjlri state senator, Ch'itltls lefnderson for shtrlff, h letor Chevier fur etitnity tlirit, W. DI. tltnelr for county tr'tit Illrr., Miles ('itvnnni gh for (co'lllty ait torney, (ilmlntt 13 ISltstte for Lassessor, IlInry Peet'c'khlik ftr attlitor. I"tor mom I!rs of the htIIIt.' of representtltiVes thli .nlllintces are ('. A. lJackmtnn, Charles \V. Ia.ne, (liparles T. Williamn son. Riotert Kirke, S. V'. lllllngs. Willianll . Davies, larry It. Steven, 1l1 Sami Blrker, tleorge \\. |Irulnier, l3nr "' ney Dolzndtlsll, R. C. Monahan and Ilrhrt Vl), r isher. Jesse P. Steve(ns flor t- 'nronir: Itenry RTcikslek for auitltotr ng llll ll Ionlt for slllerinllthndent of 1l sh)ools; (;ls Rtlronun fur lelnlis a ,l slolner. 1- The Platform. The platfornm rnds hIearty and en es thusiai tl' greeting to Theodore Roote Ir volt. t iilllinuing the splendtid fight he of in wagilng against tIonopoly, graft anld - speit'fl privileges, and lii favor of thu .islluiare deaul and eqiual rights for all. It- ..We heartlily coti ratulate him upon y his great triumph in his own state ils over the corrupt fiorfis of' pitic'al Iof bhosinll and illll e rlule, and in of favor of c'lan methods and tlieint r- policlIes. As Amerlt'ans we are proud Itsof ithe honors anild distinctions ion 'ra ferred upon htliii at homne alld alrnad, i and we welclme l It back us one iof nil the nblest of the great . progressive "t" leaders of tile t'lime, whose pliliie iu anI id tla. are re'C''lving schll over - I- whelmiing vindintion milt approval l'er "The ptrogressive Ipolicies of Rouoe ag volt are i,(ing rapiltdly crystalllied into li law by Taft andi a republican ton Ir gross, despite dl, iinertltic ol)structlion Ltie We assert with confldocnie, born of the record. that the present colngress hasl the already hlrpassed Its- predecossors, by ow and is conslpit'Ieious for a great volume 1't of progres.live legislation and we colim iP- mend the members of IMontana's con ied gresional dtlcegatlon, Senators Carter in- and Dixon anld Congressman Pray f;rl 0o' their. effective participation. T'hol til, railway rate leglslition, the postal the savings banks, the Irrigation bonds, en' the mmines Itureau and rosette stations, and the speedy survey of our publllo lands tre monnumlents to their lntaes , Inl manhlip, nllldstry andt worlh,. tititinlN tp, 11100 -rty 1 11II OtLt. , P Direct Election, ".WVe unqualifiedly indorse the elve tion of United States senatlors by ai direct . vote of the people. We earn estly Ibelievo that this reform will make for tie purification of polities, dlscourage bribery and corruption In 11 legislatures, expedite the publle busl- H ness, prevent deadlocks, compel can- t didutes to Lubmlit their records to the t pe ple uand run the gauntlet of popular t approval, help to protect and preserve the good name of the commonwealth I and tend to inspire a greater confi dence in thl senate of the Unitedl States among the people at large. "\VWe favor the enactment of a 're call' law, such as Is In effect in other states; while such a law iS seldom in volted, it nevertheless acts as a pow a erful deterrent to official wrong doing - We mlpeach the democratic party, na- I a tlonal and state, for incapacity anli ii Infidelity. "We denounce the democratic ad ministratiins of Silver Bow county anti of Iutte city, for their incompe tence, waste and misappropriation of -t pi:lce falunds anid contemptuous dlsre s gardi for law. They have evaded en r forcement of tile law against short Y, weights and measures, and have con g nlved at robbery of the people. They I. have repeatedly violated the police y law and filched from the city treasury c- to detfend. their unlawful acts and the ir illegal appointees therein; they It have inreased the publec de-bt by above y, 93,000, and Insolently refuse to give, n the taxpayers even ,a pretense of iltl at aceant therefore." 1- STRONG FINISH. td to :,oston, Oct. 4.-A strong finish pby so Pal Moore of Philadelphia secured him )y a draw at the end of 12 rounds with of Owen Mhran, the tEngliuih feather e. weight, at the Armory Athletic asso 1c elation tonight,. Moran did most of fthe forcing in oa bout marked lergely by open boxing, MANUEL DETHRONED BY REVOLUTIONISTS' *~ * e . King Manuel, the queen mother end I the palace at Lisbon. T h e 1, an l-h ,rn h hel ",d re 'va nb llio i | I'ort nttgt has brtk'n "-ut. laishnn is n II tlh- lllll el ' tif le. 1r.l publhih'lnns, the r )oyail stand:lr llti h 'I I' n n t .1n1 'ra nm the p111· 1,nl(e. a d thit I'hnKg ,,I ilth l'revolll h .insts rnised in its placIe. olnme repI ' ts haltve It Il .h t King Miunn.el is a I, l.llra , nIo'lly mill fil%'.%" |IIIV.' ft(I(ll.'l lhg.1II· X(IlgJ'·rl zn trainsfri', nl th- moniici hy ii ll |hi |.Inc l~lilr l \.|~'ll,.d · Il,·ctl (|1, c.iIi1111 ~llt · relph f, 111111 h' movemnt" tha itnlt C begun T]11esd ay In the' tapital1 is likely to \ s\re.hulp |ic kly thri | ghotllir the coontr'y, The marships hegan h hnhording t tih king's wlhutln at 2 n'tlo'hk in lihl, aftertinon, with Iinall show of re-1 a an wt 1IHIIn(I. ll 'l i' l. |Il1|~'' ~"lI sistancel , wlll l. lsupporters of tl e w elllllnt. monalc~ Ilrchy werH frced ~~rto cait uIIclate It is Ii lhvedl the killilng oI' I 'Iro fessor mlbardlllslll tllhe republican S deputy al nd anti1 -clericall , I`by anIr I clllne of ttlIl rising. Villthough ever hince King Manuel .e.,eded the thronel there hlelll hon klotsl for itheI lvirrolllw .if the lllmonarchll y ndll against his life. pnlltlander, |pnlin, Ih. 4.-A (l'crnlan "'lonter h|.'ere has rIvelvotd a wireless from the sa.nlnor ('atp 1llalneo of the i ine1111 lime, lyingl oft lisbon, that war- I t hipsn Kogan bonnharding tihe palaces juste 1:4 loon Iias the uprtisilg ill the city º began. Shortly the revolutlionitai hauled down the royal standllrd over the pailae and repinlced it with lht, i re].mh'llln green and lhe fring. Paris Hears Newtr rI'lrs, Oct. 4. -The h, ho do- Purls prints a wireless dispatch fromt its ,nor respondent, uledI St. Marie .amier, Cape Ml ltl ) ~l., 9:0 p. I s. , wh'ih I lten rollows: "The revolutiotn as Inoitn out l1 1 P'orIugal. A great part o1 the army I nutu alllhe uV.'y have gene nit the side. of the renig lteans. At o 'clock this m norning It bolllr:l'dlent of tihe royal pulcer commlenced.Anl Ingress to tl. e! IBUCKLEY CONFESSES I THE THEFT OF GOLD PLUNDER ALL RECOVERED AND I SENSATION BECOMES. MERELY A CLUMSY ROBBERY. Hiuttle, O(ct. 4 Th-- s 'l uckley, thIts \\llsillllllitns. Inlc sn1 i n onl tahe Istat mr shlip ('ity of Hnattle, .onfessed today to the robbery of the ilail room of tile v t t l 1 nlllldlluty light, wiltln ire tlhanii $12,0tiil n gold biui atill l a d Ctur renty wars stolen ftrotm the i registered ipouche. liitt y was ariraignl'ted be for'e United Wtalcs ('nomnisionl- To ten. When i lt- w:'iits werei r', a.t, Btuckloy mid: "I did It, hiu I didn't knoitw what 1 was doing." Mlko I't'ldt'trgist andl (;i:titaf . Tet'rg line, who w~'ril' arrl stl'le,. l 11 onnllllll tLti witl the ro llit.bery, were orderetlld re Sloused bly thi dtitric't aLttllornell y, ro evi' I dtlnce vig ll t-en fttiuil against thelut. J'P stl ofl'lcals say thil ti l II o;ldt ,. bullion and Ill il ti y sill e fIilro ll - I . H autllh fl'i·H kwlil S .\ity hail, been reii l ,iv t treel. - h' i tie it I.t t. iha t 's of tll'td ft d l i All ssit T- thorns 13t i kIvy's i clotibn it lod ing the hiunkt of Pailnthr tctl4iat y All i' the rt'gistered mt ll n nl tIt, oadt wallis opernel d A ltelions tsr willi y e the rstoratiol n orf t lilts l d th't' eý ages were lntiletl [*'''to ('.utnu la to Spersons lii the united State. , asiul llip I"estor'ation will I pt;tqI the olliials ,,I both coi ntriis 1u-y f'or a long til11'. ACCIDENT AT CARNIVAL. it Kansas C'ity, t't, 4.--Forty'-three - lpersons were injured, three danlger Ittsly, when a, r'viehwing stand over t looking thi Pri'lest of Pallas co'rnival y parade colilapsed at Tenth street and Troost avenue here tollitiht, III I-·---· II---- ity. hail. is 444 ftritllttle. It I4 1414404 441 141, 1h1rt ru . 4 sieure antd forWz rd liitails.' No conlfirzult 4 of this has been re nei-lved by the fin- ign office. 'rle in aphl1 czntiinunl atat ion with Portugal this afternoon. Tueh PTirt 1g444'5 lega titem has uo knowle-dge oIf it re-vo4lutton, In London. 1,01o:on, 4.tit. 4---Alrrornllltg to thlte Iually 14.luiI, it revollutcion broke- o1ut In, I.lsbhll toldllay. Tin dtispatclh ad4d144 th£4t IC lag Manuel Is a prIsoner, tlhait street fighting hIatis 0 tntrred, tinat thl 4 wr - shp 11 ar4 lie hl44thulttrl44g tIie palatei £1114 Sthat all 4-414n41444t4-ll44ion with the rapt ttll i- 944t off, Lfl The EI'45tertt T e ' gri ll l (-ultopany atn as 4t444ttl(4'l thls afl4-n444oon4u the receipt fromt 1ei ts statloln at ('arvellkh, 11 nIlers froIm r- lion, of I1 rmlessaige that all corn ^t jultltln4l44n IVtI) 11th 4. capItal Wai >' i1tet4rrupltied. 44! 'T'he Ihally Mall also1 fprlliti its report of 441 i tl444 l4v41l1444tl without a I11444- line, 41e i nd tl y bie- hoslzted 41pon4 1i wireless 'l situtcll sa(Id 1o haY4 V4 en r)14t 4 Ived by thte ilaris Matll, readlllg: A. revoltiton ha4is Iu41,0k444l out II 1.14. bon and w£4s441 t4r41 nllS 144 4)ow 4 oml1 bard11ng Is the tlpltlt4. Jlht arm44y 4441d navy are' 41)4 Por11 4)4 le. 44.''.'44t 01t14 4144t44. Report Believed. '1'h T4m4s tIs 41loirt4g pint$ 1no 114 j d1ispatch's I,'run It4 I.tslotn colrreslpo4lnd pill4, bill It prints tile M4tl44ris wireless "14 4I t'tih, 14 414114 3up4 It 4a4 reaso514n 4o be i" licteH ulitit 1t1h4 449ws' of thl revolution a44 ( 44£14t4'tt ol Page live.) E[Ec1RIc 1 KILLS' BROTHER AND SISIER FATAL WIRE ATTACHED TO A WASHING MACHINE DEALS DEATH TO TWO. 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I Larry Thor-' st'i I'(rec, ti .!of the foremllost Latlns h,"ula ri or the world, Imm' d as - fl 'lnatl II a i ;uuoo ,0r0 brh of p romilse anit l,i.olit t'y 7osl the i.)uinn of' los I'I, was disoilusri as procssor of [at In language and literature by the trIlste'es of Colnupbla university today. l'li iltdmissal grew directly out of MI'i Quliio's seit and subasqeutnt de VMANY KILLE IN CRASH OF CARS COLLISION OF ILLINOIS TROLLEY TRAINS RESULTS IN AWFUL CATASTROPHE. THIITYSEVEN ARE DEAD Motormen Escape by Jumping, and One of Them, Believed to Be Re sponsible for the Accident, Ordered Under Arrest-Distressing Sights at the Scene of the Wreck. ilringfil, iil, 4n t. 4.- Reports re c'Uivi'd her'e statl' that 34 persons were killhdi and It Injured late today when two interurban ,ars an the lilinois Traction systems collided head-on at Dickerson curve, two miles north of Staunton. Both cars were loing at high .I'ed and mnet on a curve at the foot of the hill. Bothl miotorteni; escaped by jumping. Iloth cars were deollished and the . dead and dying were piled in a bloody I nmass Car No. 14, north bound, had orders to meet both sections of train - No, 3 at Staunton. The orders were Scarried out as far as the first section I was concerned, but it is officially re ported that the orders to wall for the second section of No. .3 wore over looked. Thle members of the crews of both cars escaped. They are: John Lier Ilman of Staunton, motorman, and IM. I A. .Leonard, conductor of No. 14: W. V.' Duncan, conductor, Sprlngfleld,and t ,. J. Young, motorman, Springfield, cur No. 73. Among those killed were three offiehias of tie traction system J. E. Berry, Springfield, land commis sioner; W. N. Street, assistant train master at Staunton; D. II. Black, as-. slstant superintendent of mtotive powerf of Springflild. Crew at Fault. Thle collision between local train No. 14, inorthbolund, and an excursion train No. 73, loaded with passengers on their way to view the parade of y the Veiled Prophets at St. Louis. The accident apparently was ue to tilte disregard of orders by th# crew ,of train No. 14, in charge .of M. A. Leonard, conductor, and John Lier llinnl of Staunton, motorman. Train No. 14 had orders to pass train No. 73 at Sltaunton. The latter train was running IIn two .ectioltt and the orders given to No. 14 were explicit that it - wait for both sectios. The irst see-. lion of No. 73 had passed when the crew of No. 14 pulled out on 4he mnsin track and started north. At Dicker son's curve, a sharp hend two miles from here, the two trains meet. Hills rise north and south front the curve. Train No. 14 and the secon section Iof No,. 73, ,botlh on the downgrade, woremaking40 aking 40 iles an hour when they met at tile sharpest part of the clirve. Confronted with deathl the crews of ,both trains set the brakes anlid juillmped for their liAes. Crash. Tile smlashullp followed Immediately Ilupon the cries of wtrnling of the con. ducletors and moltormen as they A jumped. The cars came togetler with a terrific crash, and bloth were entire ly demoiished, bling plied In one huge ill1Hs of wreckage. I it is liot known if any passengers esculpedl uninjured. As quickly as possi i.t aid was summoned from Splringfield and special cars were •I started flr the wreck. Other cars were senit northl fromn Granite City a lld took many of the injured to hoe pr- lai iii that town. A car contain Saing '8 bodies was sent to C'arllnville, 'l herie thiley were placed in an under taking estabhllshment. Tile work of It unearthing the dead was contIiiued. I , Farmers Help. '" Withlin a few minutes after tite Col SiiioiI occurrted, furi'iers from the ultr a rUliding coullntry llnd i'rat'tically It. every man in tilh vllage of Sg;taUntoil i a si1 onl the w e. to tilt, 5'i'ii t i'trelldr asi sisance. 'Tli.e early lo.ers saw it rLi st.l''l light feet higlh 0ltl11 iU thl pilt ''5 deai alnd woullideid fitug lit every lia If th, iodles vre c41.attlly turn apart I'- and st 4l'tlll m lr Lf liiii flowed iownl tins '11 N w of!i" tie' a'idenll it stireadl y, Ihrlliighullll t1he coln~ltr'y 'by tellephol ne, it ald wht'il It Wits knioWn ltht 28 of Ithe ( t'toitilll tetl oIl Page Viv'e ) conItroversy wliii i'jqs8Ldht I uthir, Although the resolntliou of tho trusteeas to severu tr. Pekt's c(nnufleotlr with the u ilversity "frrthwlt;," he annount4~t tOlulght that hi whiuld Icit rt',hnqutIhb his p)osltlioln without a 1u0Mµ f $ t conisderation or hIs laQIn Iii 1 , board votet him br luzu uuinlriruivt. tent to his saltiry 05.O fr Mtre ttW OUW' rent academic Y41'W.