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Tomorrow.--Failr. NL. 17L. MIpM J TDo n't pet shut oItV N VOLi. XXXVII. NO. 178. MI$IOULA, MONTANA, SUNI)AY MOb NINU, OCTO)BEI 1. PRICE FIVE 0CENTS. ....... ..r r i' • . .. . r ý __ .. _ ... . -- . " .. .. . . , , . . . . PHENOMENAt RECORDS MADE iN RACE FOR BENNETT CUP Claude Grahame-White, Englishman, Takes International Speed Trophy. LEBLANC, HIS CLOSEST RIVAL, HAS A MISHAP White Won by Superior Preparedness, but the Cleverness All Belongs to the Marvelous Frenchman---Will Be Plenty of Challengers For the Cup Next Year. New York, Oct. 20.--Claude Grallanle WVhite, flying for the ltoyhi Aero club of the Vtnited Kingdom, lifted the ior don elunnett International speed ,trophy front the custody of America today in the fastest time ever coy was a fraction better than 61 miles an hour and his fatestst time was 2' mIinutes, 55.77 seconds, but the cal auin of the French team, Alfred Le Blanc, flying in a similar nutaeline, it 100-horse power llrlot, monoplane, was making each lap on an average 'of 20 seconds faster than Grahamie White and would have won the cup if he ,had not met with a disastrous ac.ldent in his last lap, when he had thu race seeminngly well Iln htnd. Eighty Miles an Hour. LO~llanc's first lap was a new vworld's record in itself for five kilo mneters-2 minutes, 45.63 secondst-but Ithe :subsequently exceeded it with a lap done in 2 mintes, 44.32 seconds. Le .3lane was running 'with the wind, un der full powver, at an estimatnuted spetd of 80 miles an hour when the feed pipe from his gilsoline tall to his motor loosened and he suddenly found hrrimself with nothing but momentum to carry. him. It Is a peculiarity of (racing aeroplanes that they are trimmed down so fine they cannot executq a proper volphine, or glide, if the engine shuts off; they must come to earth under power, and even then they bump severely in landing. l.e Blanc was helpless and panic-stricken. He tried to lift his planes sno that the' last few drops of gasoline might fil ter down Into the engine and lend him strength enough to make a land ing. Ills steeragoway was gone and 'when a puff of wind caught him he drifted sidewise, still driving at the inaximum speed and crashed head foremost into a telegraph pole. Maohine Badly Damaged. The pole 'was 14 tnches thick, but he 'broke it in three pieces. The first fragment was sliced clean off 12 feet tip and snapped again at the bottom of the stumtp. The third and toimost fragment fell over backwards and smashed dowtn on tile fragile planes. The chassis and steel shield which en closed the motor were completely crumpled, but the solid steel of the motor itself wilthstood thie shock. Had LeBlane lit the pole 1it atnty otlher manner it Is dlifficult to seeo how he could have eseapeIL death. Grahame-White, thile witnner, admnit ted that I.,Intltnt( would have wonI the race and would have estacblislled a world's record of even better than tlls own except for 'his mish.p., Charles I'. 'Hamilton, of the American team, wltas enthiusiastle. LeBlano Is Best. "ialt:]iuc is the best track drivetr Sit the world," ihe said. "The way ite took those turns was iL imarvel. (Gra •hame-White would never have been int It except for Lellatnc's accident, anttd no one had a chance with him. I tan going to throw my machine into the serafp heap and buy a Bleriot be fore I leave . tiis week. T'he bliplane Is out of date and we mighit as well admit It," Hamilton will elallenge for thie cup next year. The Wrighilt brothers will also iuild a now racer and go aifter it. John 13. Molssant will be a third challenger. "You beht," he sald, "I am going after it. If I don't bring It back some other American will." Brookins' Mishap. Walter Brookins of the Wright Leaim, who today took up tile now '"baby" Wright racer, met with a serious mis iap. Hxperts had predicted that if BAILEY W*ANTS JOB BACK Ilelenn, Oct, 20. -(Hlpeelul.) Counsel representing Leonardl Balley, forlmerly a Helena piolile utman, aliplied to the snprelne court today for a writ of supervisory con trol, to requitre the Helena hoard of police commiissioner's to set aside an order, whlich, in effect, removed Bailey from office. The board found Balley guilty of charges preferred by Mayor Epwards of ieglect of duty and Incrmpetency. It Is' held the police commission Is subject to st~upervisory control and that the evidence at the trial of Bailey was nqt, cfficent to warrant the find Ings., theu Unghile reftl.us to xll)ode tl: nIu i cline coull never glide safely to It laiilding, Iut would lall, itnd that was d pl'reclsely what happenIII ed. l'ruoOk'lll i a ws justi coming around the turn ilnto i the honic stretch for at trial circuit, -prepllarlitory to entering Into the (Oir Sdonl lienlett race, when four of his t eight cylinders ceased firing. With Sonly half power he trli.l\first to s-u 2 tain hI1sIlf by mounting and thien Silelded it was wiser to land, and plunged to earth. In the strict sense of the word he dilld not fll; -he dived. 3, And it could almost be said that lit, e made a perfeet landing, thatt Is, the anglie at which lie lilt the earth from p it height of 50 feet -was alnoslt per Sfeet. 'But driven by the wind and Ills d own power, tile Illmachillle catmenl hurtling throulgh the air and struck the ground with consideralbl force. When the diust cleared Blrookins Was, seen stag Sgeriing about,. hIls arms tightly clasped aboilut his stomach. lHe raised them SIi spasmnodically to his helad and tore off p his helmet. Then he clisped 'his head with his hands and rocked to and fro, t- fcing the grand stand as If to bow d in aclKnowldgment of ipplause. ItL d was apparent that he- did not know is what was doing. d While -he was staggering for per SIllps 20 ,pac'es an ambulance was f rushed out toi pick him up and hur rled him to the fleld hospiital. where it it was liater announcedl that although 1 If he had been painfully Injured In the i LI! groin and severely bruised, there was 1 n no hone ibroken and he Was not its t . dangbr of his life. n. Iellhlan, got a bllack eye, a deep cut to under the clhill and a brouad scratch 1- icrlss the right temlle, but was able id to tibe about before the tiay was over. d White Was Prepared. o Allowling for the good luck which to tossed the rice into Grahiame-Whites' 1. lal, lie still won frlnim the American tearn by superior preparedness. Of the three Amerlcans selected to defend the cup by the Aero club of America, it only two started, and those twol bare st ly beforo the time limit alloted t at elapsed. (lrahame-White chose an m early morning hour when the wind st ws most favorable alnd stole a muarch Id l on the defenders. After hIs recorrd is. breaking time had been noted the _. Americans waited until the last mno ly ment for good air. Hamilton had trou e Ible witl his carburetior and never got di off the ground; fBrooklns had been dis- I ar liled and Drexel hadl only a 50-horse I ue power lBlorlnt to compete against (ira. hame-White's 100-horse piiwer nia. ilo i Latham Out of It. is Luthaini, ill a 100-horse power Anll tolinette, Inever showed speelld teniough a to lie dangerotus and loft the course on his fifteenth round wh:lt nil ingly gust almost blew him into the c 1.o . Moisslant wits only notified that hlit had to defend in ltace of ]iroolinllla Shalf hln houlr beforel hie got alway. His n- mechanvlls were so hulrried in making ready hlis 50-horse piower lhlerlot that it, l;y flrgot to attach one of the heavy m. rulbber hands which helplis to control the elevating plnties tit the riar, alnd he founlld himaself ulnequial to Imanotu ver lIIt by Slier strellgth. As lhe turned l into the seventlllh lap lie lost control, flow wide over the grand stand, turned up back Into the field and settledl. ut ,ill Milesaint was not done. 'l'he ciup Iandi or $5.000 was (h'ahame-White's beyonlld rd recall, but there was still a chtluneo to t wil second iluce for Amerlca, even ek though the honor brought no prize. Molssant attached his rullbber hand aind went up agatin. IUnder the rules governllng IIhe (ardi lli en nrett rate, it n till aviator is allowed only tone stiIop iy nd i lly time le spends iin the earth Is- for fol or othrer nt necessaries Is tctlnt i edl against him antl includedl in his totaI e·lapstI tnimo. It had buetrn blow ing half a gale blitween the hour when I lathamtn quilt and tihe closing hour. When the wiihl finally moderateldd Lia them had nearly five hours against him and Moissant siiw a chance for second place. By shitter plucl he won It. Lathamn also finished, but Ogllvie d of the Britih team had complleted his rounds inl the imeantimce and had t taken third plaic, and the race stootd: . Jrahame-White, first; Molssant, soc if ond; Ogilvie, third and Latham fourth. n Drexel, lthe only other American sd tarter, came down in the seventh lap d after lie had found the wind too dan id garous at thlb turns. if In the two special 'vents for altl Id tude the Indefatiglble rivals/ Hoxaey to land Johnstone, trled once more to 10 outdo each other. Thls time It was tI oisey who brought down the laurels S wilth two first prizes, though the Amerlcan record Is still with John. atone, . THE SMALL BOY'S VISION (I - \ ~3 'I 4. ii",, '4/i I- Fpj i rº 1 s R(1 --hlao ev--hrad DIRECTOR DURAND MAKES .SECOND CHARGE HEAD OF CENSUS SAYS MINNE APOLIS ENUMERATORS TRIED "PADDING" RETURNS. Waishingt'on, I). (C., 'cit. 29.- iThe pO)ulatli of i lc innilcc ll.S was ic ciannouncedt tolllght Iby C.lnsus Director Durand to ih 301.408. In cnllneci;tinn with the figures, 11Mr. I)urand chiarged thpt the Illividual enumerators hiltad trau'dulently retlurned 4,688 ncall-es. These, of course, ,were not counted in the final report. "The enCuinceri'ltirs mIaiy not have tde Ilberately' intendeid to d(efraird, but it scarcely seenis possible they should have failed to note that they were, to say the least, interpreting the instructionsl very loosely," said the director The countling in two dllstricts result ed almost altogether from the repeotl tion of visits to lodging louses and hotels. "Not contenllt with c iiL netralting all I the Ipeolloe who ct'e Ipr'sent Ili sucht lodging hiouses alndl hotels on the con sus day or on the day of tie first visit of the enumerator, these enumerators counted very large unumbers of peoplet who were not present it the' first visit or on the census day, but whh came tO these lodging houses sublsequenlltly, S "It is evi\dent that this action, in the - first place', permits the duplicationi of a names wit hin the city Itself, bIy reasont of the Jact that many p.i'sons go frIom tlone lodging house to llcnother, ncid, In the secoIndi pie', results hin the i lcc ineci'atioii of peopile who catcle toi tihe city lifter tilhe' cnsuills aliy iciand who weI'Cre. Il'resullimabtly nuelltlllllr'ittcd'l c lslc whaiere." S Notnlllg tihei fact, it hald beenI suggest Sted that ithe ccnllsusH Iureau haul been at y fault in not airranginig c ot the onil tneratitn of lodglpg" housetlg s iIand thotels on i a ingill,* dil'y, lMr. tdr'! M , :t aid thait as it mriatter' of fI'ct lhce i.l:iit loript, lls to the supl',rvisorls were sl lci'ically that. so far' its ssi blell thely should I i la lll rl'tlnloe foir hut ecu liin'ratiicn if Iccdilcin ltcihsesl tind hlotels oi ia single dlay, ibut thatc it was thlto iht lc wisell l c tl riakll the iin d sitt'tioins absol utehly Ili linig icn 'very t case, in aiddittion Ic t i it' inies i ll ii nited fctcri the schld'tles on acc' i cic'ount 1of repetltiiitin f visits icn tli s listrricts" of tIh ses two ei 'lilJni l'iltllli: , a consider tiable numilier wicl. strickenh ou1t ieiausce ut critlcit iexamiinatioi i ic the ccnsus, ibur t'ii s ihowedii tho .i to i e dir ct tillt - plcictiuons. i'Tlhes. errors are credited! to overnigalt ollt the ipart of thll enou n ierator antd the secial t agents. St. ii ul' l .'s i itii'ilin is 214,744, giv I ng thlle i''wIn I'll it togi'tlichr I51,152 The'll gainl i'r St. I'cPaul was allnost 1, ' cr ce nt c 1s t lingist 49 ipert ceit for' S Mihlln ctiillcis. In 1900 tii , i itlcl showed II c' gaini of 22i per ci nt anti Mlllltio aipolls a grain oif 2i .1 i c' cenit. r WANTS WRIT OF MANDATE. r. I Ielea, iOct. .2,.---(tlicclal.)-- Argu - nelrts wiere tia e i 'l b tic'ore tilet silllcprlhin 'Et court todaiy ci t the petition of W. W. )r altvlalnd for ia writ of minuilate dli n rectling thie clerlanid rec(orlder of Sil io ver uilw to exclude iall naiiic.es biut his is from the offlcial bailllot as candldlat. cd for state senaitorl'. IHvlland hiolds that 1: as he was nominlatecld by lietitlon hi' is c- the only legal candidate. Tile case Was h. taken under acdvisenment. ip LATHAM TO FLY, cc Baltllmore, Oct. 29.-T.i .Baitimuolln. :1- Sun today closed a contract with Iiu by bert Latham, the French aviator, for to a flight over this city dul'ring the avla as tion mept which is to open here next its Wednesday.', The distance to be cov he ered Is about 20 miles. Latham Is tc li. receive abotut $5,000 froml the cun fot taklang the flight, FRANCE'S PREMIER AROUSED TO DEFENSE SOCIALISTS CAUSE VIOLENT SES.I SION OF FRENCH PARLIA MENT-STORMY SCENES. Paris, Oct. 2..-,The debate on the railroad strike, nll which the govern ment 'haseen been itterly attacked in the chamber of deputies by the sociallsts, took a new andt dramatic turn to night, during the Hseselon, which wast I not only the Ilno-t violent hit the his tory of the French parliament, but ri-I valled in disorder the turbulence, the sessionl sof the national convention under the French revolution. Premier I riand himself was the pivot on which I the dranma turned and the general ver /lict tonight ljt that certain govern mont victory has been changed into possible defeat. Smarting under repeated attacks of A1. Jaures, the i- lor of the socialists, and aRUl'n t'he plremier leaped to his pression of' the strike as a revolution ary outbreak, e'xclaimed: "If the actual laws had been Insuf ficient 'we would not have hlsitated to resort evon to Illegality for the luntrpose' of preserving the fatherland." An uproar followed these words, The sociallsts jumped upn and were joined by a nuimber of raudicals. With shouts of angter they, tIloved towards the trlib 1 un-e, crying, "lI(oign, dllctattor, re Ssign." ) Desks wore aiinged andtl tih ('he tii laher wais it lperftIet h)adlall with the noise of shouts allt cheers. One 1so lullst trierl to fight his way to the tribbune to strike Iirlantd, t Throughoult it all thie premierll stood -caim aInd dllgnifid and folr throe-q uir Sters of lan hour walled platlently but S\ilnly to makli msl Iiinslf hoard l. inal ly 1. Ilri'ison, president of tihe chaliit I, ntr, amid cries ind Imprlcaltions fromn the socialists, idJolilurnd the dleat u "lntil tomtorroW ifterno nl. Al. Jhtlrel t charged t1hi1t the miobilizatioi io the striltkers--thet rallllng of thoer to ittl whihh vhuihlol l illi( moi t sirried rights f tile wage-itrirs, h lie assrted that the governmeit had pltiaod itself into - the service of eupituililn. M. lIrhlaid h'throui^hoult Ihc. liluult, althoigh h.lrd only Icy n few, hllied back the. i ciliarges, afflrmting that he hoil saved the couintry Irolr uniarc'hy into wllich the .riialist dleputies wtere trying to plunge. it by opl'ing the waiy fr rlt - action ciid the disro'gatnl.'tlioln of ,co icltty. I 'llThe premier, ill itll itiervietw hlter, c ! dh.'l)atrd that the tu in lt hled Icoid STruneligd by the sotialiliss, who selziud Supon ai frigiiiniti of his spov1h to Illaunclh it mov'e mont of disorder and win over thei rllepubilican, who werel I n,, hially luupllorlters of tlh giov('rtl nment. REBELLIOUS SAVAGS ATIACK AND DESTROY Manlla, (wt. 29.--Thren hundrwl r, bIitiios Manoboe trilwsmeni today raidel thl planetation of Captain Jinr ton in tiie sub-province of Buklhuion, provincet of Agusan, on ' the n:rthorin coast of Mindunao islands, They burned the buildings with their con tents and killed the stock. C'altaln Barton was absent from home. His wife anl son were rescued from the raiders by friendly natives. Troops have started in pursuit of the out laws. WILLIE R. HEALRSt DISCUSSES TEDDY HE KNOCKS ROOSEVELT, BUT AT THE SAME TIME APPROVES HIS ACTS. Ce New York, Oct. 21.-Tlhd New York World will print tomorrow to letter from William l tandolph Hearst, un der date of October 28, in part as fol lows: "An edlturlul in your paper Wednes day refers to me as a supporter, or rather a co-operator, with Mr. ltoose velt. This is not in strict accordance Swith the tacts. Iuring my sojourn aI broad this summer your correspon (lent frequently interviewed .me and I often asked my dtiLnion of Mr. House velt's actions, utterances and inte... Stilun. "You nmust know perfectly well from Sthile pilions I expressed in the inter views published in your columns that uI in not in& ally Xsnse( a supporter of i Mr. lHtioievelt. I know him to Ihe as " tonishingly inconllstent and I cannot i reconile so great a resistency with sincerity or with high purpose. "I know h1n1 to he ambitious, vain aitid selfish, rectkless and erratic, and I do not consider these( qualities com ipatible wilh pubilic pollcy or a safe (conduct O( pul bl laffallirs. The air Is now full of denlunciations of Mr. ltRoosivelt, some of it wholly desrv(ed and ,loml of it 'lntirely tunjust. i Not a Co-Operator. "I O1O not II co-o.iperator with Mr. Itoorpevvlt, yet I tin not Sio proeudioed HI or so part isaLIn that I would not eo) Ol operate ,with Mr. ltISo'1vlt 1or any it other man should he hie, or at any t- time IiiciOmll Il:ig(g(l inll ol4t0me worthy and (innltndable undertaking. "Whin, for insta:ce, Mr. lItouse Svleit declared tluat it wail his Intention to. drive the corrupllt Iousses out1 of the ( republihan partly in New York state, I extpressed It willingness toi 1lid himl t in that pIarticularly praisewuthrly pur sj I'''. Iliving lrnyuelif lontg (le f-en l t gaged inh thle attemnpt to drive corrupt , bosses it of the dlemniruttle paty, I (ld entily refuse aid to] anyone wlhot I be ! inever. to le I. rneitly engaged in i similar liti . iuit Mr. ItiseveIlt's op position to borss is It,, personal, tot to Illteid, too, 1restricted. In his own state Mr. 1tooseveltt dii ino morep thani It depose floss fnllalmrs, wihoI was his ipersonC i n (lf'my, andl installl as bross of tihe siat republian party Maniti g,,r Jto, t, who -+ his pI'Ie'rs Il friend. (I * * * illil 1 tn blt l n h V ' b Ionl hi artily! to in favir of ther independencell Ileaguel Id ticket s constiltulted in this campllaign. ic I foundl little to support in the rieputli I1 liean progra 0 lt 1ul mluch to opposei in Ith(: traitorous bIetrayatl of it'he popll I's. interertsts b)y the deniocarath party. Doesn't Approve Dix. allmply sutbstantial stateiinitl s that I Yhave mtuade in rkegard to Mr. Ilix's boss-ridlden record, trulst record, ills tariff record awl sweatshop labor ree ord as 'exploded campaign slanders.' i,. Thls editoriul reference Is not in a(' y olrldanclle with the facts, The chalrge tr. that Mr. Dlx is Mr. Murphy's 'polit ln, lcal puppet;' that hi Is associiated iwith en one trust andl supported by all the lIy other trusts upon the criminal cilen mn- dar; that he is on record 'as an advo sin cate of high tariff and high prices -in and that he Is actually engaged at the presont shamefully and shamelessly ipu in working his employee 13 hours a ut- day, for the pitiful wage of $1,75 a 'day,' are adequately established.' AS TAMM NY TOOL COLONEL ROOSEVELT CON- R TINUES ATTACK ON DEMO CRATIC CANDIDATE. ALSO DEFENDS HIMSELF E Takes Upon Himself the Task of Re E plying to Those Who Accused Him of Criticising the Supreme Court Says Any Public Servant Is Subject to Honest Criticism. Na,"\ York, et( . 99. All attack onl T'iiainunally hall as tile haseLSt Ipolticl It orgtniiatlon wince the days of 'iTwl,et andi oil Jothn A. Dix, dltl-lloli rllatic naollI nee for gaovernor, Las the i(' u(ldllell oft i TannnnlIy, wl'a e topilcs with whlch u TheIloIre RIoosevelt1 r' edl in 3rook- c lyra tonigrhl hllsl allllailgn in behalf of hlenry 1,. Slta uilon. PleaIas ,"ore also4 madei for businelss anId p)ollitical hnat- t eisty, ldurliKg aI Hsarles of six speeclhes. Inclidentaltly, lie dh-fendled the attacksek made lpon hill for IiIs crItHlcis-l of the snllilprime court of I the llltel State. h'lhi (-oll ell fl referred to this subJect it, the folliiwing words: ui "Hlie (DI x) has obhjected ti me he-, cause I dllffer as Ia, dea cliasnll * *" laeeauise I dllsagree * * or crtlicize 0 * I 1aln lnot Ilarticulalr about words a * I standiiI for facts * * ia decision of thel siupremeiii' court.. Honest Criticism. "Now, It Is, to lmy mindi, oessntial t that we shlloull have honest crltlclsnm for every publlc se5\vant, be he judge r ( or goverlnor, or preandent, or anyolne Selse." Regaardilng the "accusatlon," as he termed it, tlhat he stands against pros perlty, the colonel sald that an a New 1 Yorker he felt ashamed to say there are some respectable business amen who have plerlmitted themselves to he r so far ml.lud by "this taseless and - wcked cry as to leald thelnselves to the effort to enthrone Tammany hall In power In Albany." He added: "I wlsh I could make bulsiness ien see the s.lmlle and obvious truth, that no r demangogue, 10o agitator, no socialist .who assails the existing system can h begin to damage business men In the n eyes of the American people: mluch as those business nlmen themselves do, d who, by their actions, endeavor to teach the American people that busl ness men think It to their interest to I have corrupt politics lit Albany and to Sput Tamlmany hall in control of the state capital." "One truble, I think," said Mr. i Ronsevealt in another speech, "Is that we have put tile party ona too Ideal a basis. Alld now that we have put the republican party on the highest level, It shall we put It (the state) In the hands of the basest political organlzi-. n tlon we have seen sIIInce the days of d Tweed?" Week's Program. •s ('olaelll Itoiasevelt returned to New r. York thls aufternoon anil, after a rest ( 'over Hunlay alit O)yster Ilay will are si ellla' hlis 'linpaigntl . ()11 Mondlay Ihe will risake nli, slpeechellcs in Manlhattan, is lexpltedl tio ialke several spleteellch anl 'Tualiesday aftleranoon ti the neighlboir Iloaol ia Ituffali and will speaLLk ina that city Iti lie everlatilng. lie will reach New Yolrk aganllr Wedrlnlresdlay evellning, leav oinga llabou noon for BHalth lire, where iahe will spealitk to lihe faculty anrld stu y delnts if (louclhelr c.ollege. Irn the evertn Ing ho will addlrHss a Il.Methodilst miis srllllary aaii(,tig. To Speak in Iowa. e, Colonel ili.,sevlt will go fIrotl al in tillore to C(hlicagi, ilarriving l there at r. 5;4. pi. ti. on Thuirsdaliy. IHe will liave a .over tlhe Rock lIsland alt 10 o'clocik Ihiat it nighit and is ilie ait liavallnport, Iowa, i atl 2:43 i. m. Afllter breakfast with the I T'rl-city I'rass ('lubl, lii will Ialilke ia I lal Iical l. ae-la ira Ilavapra , lra laviag at rlalll fIol I)tl-s Matolil!,r . till tlia Waay lIre lraia aill 81t11 1 llt a lawa Iity, -W'eaa ilberty ilari MaaraIlna , whelr( · Colonill IH~lwouv lt will talk I.- - Lii s lraaaaa lta plalutlaalaaa af hlis cra. Ie i . dii t It iHs Maliii-aa atil 4:30 Ii,. ii. IlThat lathrlt looala hle will spla k tba ,li0ii higla schaul st, ai.ll i l n lt a a ln tht lavela ing will aliahal-rss tlr wi awa aietlal.t it'latli rIs' alasalaliatalla iaild lilal-r aialak·a Ia lt lih'al tplaiaie i . At 10:40 Ii. aIr, lie will lea-asi for (ahiaago, wuieru Ito will ar S iav-a fit I o'to(lk( ir Sataaralllyll araaalllrllhll - A aoIaa aitla f-i tliaa (ihlii stalt- r: - In; iiillibhailn a-aaaiaailta-tta will maieet (Col'nl-,a 8 l 'ti savelt Ii a llh lg'l in ad i uIll ba hit in a sliilc'ial car it 'laer thle aikthe SLhlor' rraalr , . a.s, Iilla tl alltlak for thl , Ia Na-is Vairia t Ii. 13 a. an a jr Hatruairby. FATHER DAY ACQUITTED. I Ieuiia, ct. t,.--( Spt at.) --.Jt. v. 'Fathler \'ictor Day, who was arrested on( the ch1'rge1 of having \'violtted the quarant'ie law , arnt who was tried bo flre a jstil'c of the peace, was found nit guilty today. QUITS HIS JOB. Marsha!ltown, Iowa, Oct. 29.--It was announced here that Charles P. Ackert of Chicago, vice president of the Hlaw ley lines In charge of operation and maintenance, has resigned, effective November 1. TRIKE GROWS WORSE IN GOTHAM OTING OCCURS IN NEW YORK AND POLICE ARE COMPELLED TO USE GUNS. KPECT CONFLICTS TODAY spress Companies Will Make Ef forts to Deliver Accumulated Mat ter and Upon the Result Will De pend Whether the Militia Shall Be Called Out-Outlook Is Serious. New York, (,t. :",). The nsetropol In dl.lrict is still in ithe grip of the :prs's ,strike. Nine vcom-panit are )w affected; morte than 5,000 men e out and rhiting continues. A spe at order was Issued at pollee head tarters tonight holding practically ie entire New York police force of ore than .1)000 men in reserve for an nergency. In Jersey City the pollee are still 'ying to cope with the lsituation, tn led except by private detectives, but )night (lovernor Fort Instructed the blrd regiment, New Jersey nation;.! uanrd, to prepare for active duty at moment's notice. Trouble Anticipated. Tomorrow determined efforts will he lade byl the companies to dlstrtltte so vast amount of express matter sat has accumulated, and upon the suilt of the day will depend whether he militia is called out. The nlne umpanies whose drivers and helpers re demanding increased pay and horter hours are: The American, inlted States, Wells-Fargo, Adams, ational, Westcott and Long Island xpress companies; the Boston Des atch express and the Manhattan De Ivery company. There were no fatal ties during the day's rioting, liut nore than 50 strikebreakers, strikers ind policemen were hurt, several sert susly, In street clashes in New York mnd Jersey City. Wagons manned by trikebreakers were stormed, not vithatanding that a detective with at ifle sat beside eaoh driver. Shots aere repeatedly fired over the heads of the bosleging strikers, but no soon *r was one crowd dispersed than an tiher collected. Packages were scat ;red over the streets. and in some ·ses destroyed. Police Use Revolvers. An appalling lot of perishable goods s collecting and unless the companies ion are able better to meet the situ tlton they will lose thousands of dot nrs. In front of J. P. Morgan's home n Madison avenue the strikers made t determined dermonstrutlin late ti lay and the police were forced to. sllarge the mnob and fire volleys in the sir with their revolvers. The fight rentered on two Amerienn Elxpress NagoIns mannedlll by strikbbreakers. rhere were manlly i.broken hleads, but to fatal ities, Another (sri.ious cl'iash stirtedi at ?,rty-fourth strct anid ilfth ave use. wIaged dlown the avenue to Lorty-second street, swept across tIroitdway, thence south to the Hotel Albany, where the strikers anil sym pisthizers made a final stand. Anl 'snirlricanl Exlress nomnpanly wagonl, ·tlll to lihave contained I50,000 Io. in sii hI, wtas thei oblject of ittiack. Polic.u finallly drove off the tbeslegers. Strike for "Open Shop." All unparalleleiI feature iof tlhe ex 'ress strlikeh Is theli ftac thiti it Is a. fight for an il upln sihop r T'ritarily, hei, IrgSi'tlllllil of "It fIliier't" struck s g Ia'e linrerarre of $5 ,.pr month, Put us s.et'ond deiiiirid, illisiri .edenilsiu in hiilaiir rin sirlu. Is ithat thiursI slihall "A· s u y In it," 'ii l'ii'o Prnsideiit .'hlituiiue ttjffiir i i n he ltitisers - is st i Hlkl' f' ti' e olii pei Mioll pti,' ,tragllst is it iris'y e.ni, TIirie'r' lrile sim lty hlin' irllis nif rn il inlvu 'olrl w iis iil Ilot Lbe. luig to tis nlii niii -Ii iltl"y b .ii' sl 'si trv ' I.it ilO ii totliriaih tlirei, it iii is i to iuitiect litia' ien th tin t ith di - (Co'rstitsilid 011 tktsgi Six) WOULD PARDON T. J. RILEY ol o oa re i o Io n o f H u tt o l .; v ir a tla t s ing a Io~ilUr Ion tho gilVtroiir to pardon Thoom., .. Jley, ituey in f U vic'tilmL ol' the bli cxiI)sloIu ut Jamioiry 15. itI o , 00h killed I.'. ,A. Ir~igvy while disouraged over hl# unsnceerniul efforts to snalke a Ing. Riley shot Largey In the 8tQ Savlings bank on January ii, 189$,; lie had been crippled by the bipl exploslon and, It s LaidI, he w f asking Largoy for aigtanee to gt" sOmlhllnlg to do when the Iuttet* made sone remark that aroused tti }..i anger.