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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1915.
ptacod tightly serosa his rjres nmt
around Ws henj.
Hlllstrom walked from his cell with
a Ion b iwlnglng stride
When lis arrived opposite tbo door
of the prison blacksmith shop, behind
which the five riflemen were sta
tloncd, thirty-three witnesses In their
places caught their first sight of him.
Hlllstrom tried to remove his bllnB
fold, but was prevented by straps
that had been drawn around his arms
He was led to a big chair about
twenty paces dlstnnt from five holes
In the blacksmith shop doo-.
The guards quickly shoved him Into
the chslr and buckled more straps
:out lils legs and arms, rendering him
Hlllstrom straightened up and moist
ened his lips with his tongue.
Physicians found on examination
that his heart was beating hard. They
pinned a white target over his heart
The target stood boldly out against
the dark shirt ho doomid man wore.
Shsrlff Corltts shoutsd, "Aim."
Five rlflss were thrust out of the
holes th the door. v
"Flrel Lei 'er nol" shrieked Hill
strom mockingly. He was plainly
orinnlno, a horrible death orln, It
seemed to the wltneues. Corleis
"Flrel" Five rlflss spoke.
Hlllstrom saooed down In the chair,
then stralfjhtsned out stiffly and his
head sagged to his shoulders.
Phfaldana stepped quickly to the
dying man's side and applied a stetho
scope. In one minute, twelve and two
fifths seconds they raised their hands,
lllllstrom was dead.
- The body waa taken to the prison
hospital, where It was claimed by
I. W. W. leaders.
The doctors pronquncod the eiecu
tlon "most humane- and "obviously
superior to hanging."
"The execution was tho most hu
mane that baa ever been performoil
la Utah," said Warden Pratt, After
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Each garment comes di
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lllllstrom' body was removed to the
"There whs no unnecessary delay.
There was no hcartbronklng sccno,
Tho Sheriff's plans were carried jiut
with smoothness nnd dispatch."
Oov. William Spry and tho mem
bers of tho Pardon Hoard, who sent
lllllstrom to his doom In the face of
protests and threats from all parts
of tho country, did not witness the
Probably HO persons, Including a
score of women standing In the
street outside tho prison heard tbe
Sheriff John Corlcss, who waa to
glvo the signal to the firing squad,
arrived nt tbe prison shortly after 7
o'clock. Ho waa guard) by five depu
ties, carrying suwod-off shot guns.
About the same time, the first I. W.
W. sympathizers arrived at the prlsoa
walls. A little group of thorn took
up stations nearest the open court
where tholr leador was' to bo shot.
Thoy expected to bear tho death vol
ley. Deputy sheriffs and prison guards
Although Hlllstrom was allowed to
ask for five witnesses to tho execution,
only Ed Itowan, Secretary of tho local
I. W. W. organisation, applied for
admission, and ho was not permitted
to entor" the prison. Tho newspaper
men and oftlclat witnesses of tho
shooting were admitted to tho prison
shortly after 7 o'clock.
Tho city Is quiet. Dosplto tho threats
of dynamiting, no dlsordor occurred.
Painted In scarlet letters near tho
new State Capitol the words, "dood
bye, Capitol" were discovered to-day.
Tho structure Is under heavy- guard
This and similar legends were painted
In several different places.
An eleventh hour attempt to savn
Illllstrom's life failed, A. Seattle man
named Iluaby Is reported to have
signed an affidavit furnishing lllll
strom with nn alibi.
Hlllstrom himself swept away even
this small bopo of obtaining a re
prlve. "I do not know Huaby,'' he said In
the death coll whon officials ques
tioned him about tho aflldavlt.
When Hlllstrom was told all efforts
to save him had failed, ho saldt
"I am not afraid to die, because 1
have nothing to fear. I wanted a new
trial to prove my tpnocence, but I nm
not going down on my kneoa and beg
(or my life. It won't do me any good
to make a statement. Tbey will call
me a liar, anyway."
Dr. H. V.. Lund, the prison phy
"Would you not like some alcohotlo
"No. I tinver havn Used It," lllll
strom said. "Hut I'd llko to havo a
bottle of grape Juice." .
It was sent him.
When asked to tell something of
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Thla excellent, common-sense
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Physicians the world over recom
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of vastly more importance than out-
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blood, .ranting ill health, while the
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The Sisters of St. Mary of Maison,
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land as soon as they begin to feel tlrsd
It RAVE LITTLE GIRL
WHO KEPT NERVE
AS CAR PINNED HER.
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RLTH .FROTHINGHMj g
his family, ho sild:
"I guess tho family will be extinct
He sent sovor.il farewell telegrams.
Ono of them, addressed to W. D.
Haywood, Socrotary-Treaaurer of tho
Industrial Workers of the World,
"It Is a hundred miles from here to
Wyoming,. Could you arrange to have
my body haulod to the State line to
be burlod? I don't want to bo found
dead In tho Htato of Utah."
Anothor to Haywood read:
"Uood byo, UIU. I will die like a
truu bluo rebel. Don't wasto any tlino
In mourning organlzo."
A nibsnuge tu Elizabeth Clurley
Klynn, Now York, read:
"Composod iiow none last week,
with music, dedicated to the dovo of
pcaco. Its coming. And now good
by, Our ley doar. I have lived llko a
robot and 1 shall die like a rebel."
Other messages wcro sont to I. W.
W. membors lu Minneapolis and San
Uov. Spry's tolcgrnm to the Presi
dent rufuslng anothor respite for Hlll
strom aroused mubtnlasra In busi
ness circles, which havo boon terror
ized by tbrouts to dvnuinlto tironertv
If tbo prisoner wus allowed to die.
The execution acorns to be generally
approved here, dosplto tho fact that
seldom hud such an effort been mud)
to avo n man. Tho Presldont of tho
iilto-t States, the representative o. a
ireluu Government, and numerous or
ganizations hud dono their utmost.
Letters making every kind of threat
have beau received by ductals, and
precautions nave noon taKon to guard'
them all indefinitely, from, the Gov
ernor to deputy shortffs.
MOVE TO ENLIST CHINA
ON THE SIDE OF ALLIES
Hritain, France and Russia Bringing
Pressure to Hear in the
WASHINGTON, . Nov. lD.-5reat
Ilrltnln, 1'runco and llussia have
united In, un c.' ort to add China to
ho Kntcnto Alllanco In order to pro
vent poaslblo friction In tho futuro
between Japan and China nnd to pre
serve tho ixsaco of tho Far Hast. It
China agree.i to tho plan, military
participation in tho present war Is
Negotiations thus far nr In a con
versatlonal atngo nt Poking with no
Indications an to China's attitude.
Although the United States is being
kept luformod Ita diplomatic repro-
unntatlvwi at Poking and Kuropenn
capitals are refrululug from par
Tina sPiisntlonut turn In Far
Eastern affairs on tho evo of the
proposed cliuhgo by China from n re.
public to monarchy has been the sub
jeut of confidential rxchiinircs tn
tween tho allied powers during tbo
lust weel;, but only became known
noro to. uuy.
Japan, so far as Is known, has not
yet boon consulted, tho conversations
thus far having been ronflnod to tho
Mlropean entente allies and tho
I'oiting uovernment. ,
rorttiKal Cabinet Can't IlealaTn.
LI6UON, Portugal. Nov. Premier
Castro of Portugal has again tendered
the resignation of the Cabinet to Pros!
dent Machado. who has refused to accept
It. until Parliament Klves some Indica
tion as to who would b acceptable as
succrpvor w ma iTreeni Aiinisiera.
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bottle of l ather John's Medicine gives
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we find rather John s Medicine is a safe
and prompt remedy,
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Because it contains no alcohol or
dangerous drugs Father John's Mcill-,
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well as older people. It Is a doctor's
prescription, more than fifty years In
use. It heuls throat and lungs, and by
means of its pure food eh-ments noiir-
lines and builds un tluxv who arc weak
and run down. Advt,
LAID 10 BULGARS
BY SERB REFUGEES
Church Filled With Women
and Children Said.to Have
Been Set on Fire.
SERBS ALSO ACCUSED.
Threats of Reprisals Made
Against Them for Reported
Cruelty to Prisoners.
PAUIS, Nov. 19. Attrocltles by the
Htilgnra so horrlblo as to mako tho
Italknn campaign of 1911 seem mer
ciful are described by Serb refugees
who are pouring Into Salonlca. Tho
refugees say the Invaders aro butch
orlng their Kerb prisoners with the
utmost refinements of torture.
Hundreds of women nnd children,
It Is chnrgod, were burned alive In
the neighborhood of Nlsh In churches,
whero they had taken refuge, think
ing tho houses of worship would bo
rcspectod by the Hulgars. Instead tho
torch was applied. Thoso who rushed
out wore cut down or shot down. The
others pcrlshod In the flames.
Women who full Into tho Invader
hands nro declared to ba subjected to
tha most shocking I Ugnltlea. Many
ro killed afterwards.
Tho war Is said tq be one, not so
much of conquest as of extermina
' satisfied with tho slaughter of
s Inhabitants, It Is charged that the
Hulgars aro laying the country waste
as they advance.
lothlng," says the Salonlca ac
count, "is left standing where tbey
HHHLIN. Nov. 19. (Hy wireless to
Tuckcrton) "Advices from Vienna to
the Cologne Gazette," says the Over
seas News Agency, "report that tho
Austro - Hungarian Government
thrrntens to tuko reprisals against the
(Serbians becuusti of tho horrible
treatment being accorded to Austro-
Wounded and sick officers are be
ing transported through the country
n cattlo cars, tho Vienna despatch
says. In one town many prisoner
who could have been saved died elm-
ly bocause the physicians did not
take caro of them. Some prisoners
were forced to work In tho ammuni
tion factories. Others woro robbed of
"Tho rotreatlng Serbian army Is now
said to bo leaving behind It mutlllat
od prisoners. Horrlblo scenes are de-
crlbcd by liberated soldiers."
BIG CROWDS OF GREEKS
CHEER FRENCH ENVOY
Demonstrations In Favor of Denys
Cochin Before and After
Visit to King.
PAIU8, Nov. 19. "Denys Cochin,
French Cabinet Minister without port-
follp, was received at 10 o'clock ye.i-
terdny morning by Klnjr Constan-
tlne," miyn, a Ilavoa despatch from
Athens. "The conversation lasted for
"Uoth on hla way to visit tho Klne
nnd on his return M. Cochin was tho
object of enthusiastic demonstrations
by tbo public of Athens. Numerous
delegations of vnrlous sochtlea called
upon mm at his hotel to oxpress tholr
"M. cochin leaves to-day for Salon
lea on a torpedo boat plnced at his
disposal by the Greek Oovernmont.
"in political circles hero favorable
to tbo entente powers It Is hoped that
tho French Cabinet Mtnltora visit
will havo a beneficial Influence on the
relations oeiween Qreece and the
NEUTRALITY HAS COST
THE SWISS $51,000,000
riEnNE, Switzerland, Nov. 19 (via
Paris). Tbo cost to Bwltxerland to
tho end of October of guarding her
neutrality was 255,000,000 franca
Tho Swiss Treasury Department es
Minutes that If tho war should con.
tlnue until It has been In progress for
two years trio exponscH nr maintain
Ing the Swiss army will ba from 350.
000,000 to 400,000,000 franca. Switzer
land must raiso 4i,ooo,ooo francs an
nually In excess of her present rev
ciiuo In ordor to pay oft amounts bor
rowed ror military purposes within a
roasonalilo period or years.
The Government purpones, among
other taxns, to raise 25,000,000 francs
more annually from tobacco.
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In Front of
Vienna Claims That Bombs
Were Dropped on Arsenal
at the Italian Citv.
VIENNA, Nov. 19 (via London).
Venlce has again been bombarded by
Austrian aeroplanes. Official an
nouncement was made here today
that an aerial squadron attacked
military establishments of that city
yesterday afternoon. Following Is
the text of the announcement:
"Navy Headquarters announces
that on the afternoon of Nov. 13th
one of our aeroplane squadrons suc
cessfully dropped bombs os tho forts
at San Nicola and Albcronl, nnd tho
arsenal, aviation station, gas works,
railway station and noveral barracks
"Notwithstanding the heavy fire of
anti-aircraft guns and the attacks nt
three hostllo aeroplanes, our squad
ron returned with comploto safety."
Albcronl and SaD Nicola are
small points In the neighborhood
nOMK, Nov. 19. Another rnld on
Venice Thursday night by Mvu Aus
trian aeroplane was announced of
ficially today, but It was said little
damage was dono and that there
were no casualties.
Count Fersico, a nephew of Popo
Benedict, had a narrow escape dur
Ing the recent raid by Austrian aero
planes on Hrescla. Ono of the mlssllos
dropped by th aviators fell within a
fow yards of where tho Count was
HKKLIN, Nov. 19 (by Wlreloss to
Sayvllln). A German uerimlann
squadron made an attack yesterday
on mo iiruisn camp wost or Tope
ringho In llclglum. six mllea from
Vpres, the War Office announce'.' to-
STREETS AS SIGNS
ARE BLOWN DOWN
(Continued from Flrat Page.)
struck the driver of n truck, bounded
off, lilt two girls, nnd then wns broken
on a subway kiosk, Into which It
drovo three holos.
Around City Hall Park and tho Mu
nicipal Building the storm swept with
great fury. In Centre Streot, near
the Brooklyn Bridge, six wagons, two
of them carr. Unit' ' States mall,
woro blown over. Their drivers es
caped with brulsos.
The wind mowed people down
around tho Municipal Building. It
seemed to come from every direction.
Ono man carrying an umbrella was
swept? ten feet up Into tho air. He
sailed along for twenty foet, watched
by fear-stricken crowds, then ro-
I turned to tho sidewalk as gracefully
as II ne were succcsaiuuy iiiiisiiini;
a balloon ascension. Policeman Mor
ris Coon, ono of thoso who witnessed
the umbrellu flight, ran to hlra and
asked If he needed help.
"Not muoh," ho replied, "No ono
will ever steal this umbrella, I could
Jump oft the Woolworth Building
Al ISTRfl-RFRIVI ANS " 1
IN TWO A R RAIDS:
ONE WAS ON VEN
Up tn the sew Brooklyn Brtdf tti
Municipal Building To-Day
mlnol structtiro of the Third Avcnuo
Elovatcd lload, In tho windows nnd
archways of tho Municipal Hulldlng,
tho Hull of ltccords and tho City
Court building nnd on tho leeward
side of sulnvuy kiosks stood thousands
of men nnd women who watched tho
gale-swept nre.i. It was not a fun
expecting crowd, but ono that realized
the scrlousnoss of the situation, nnd
every man nnd womnn thero stood
ready to shout a, warning or lend a
helping hand If necessary.
TWO WOMEN BLOWN OVER
NEkR BROOKLYN BRIDGE.
Tho first woman to be Injured bad
crosMd Centre Street and was enter
ing tha park when a sudden gust
pushed her forward on her face. She
then rolled along for fifteen feet be
fore Policeman Coon seized her. Next
tho wagons wcro blown over, and
wagon trafllo In Centro Street be
tween Chambers Street and the
Ilrldgo was held up. The wind did
not affect automobiles.
Tho second woman who sufforod
from the wind In City Hall Park waa
blown over Just nftcr leaving tho cle-.
vated runway. Hho became hysterical
and her cries brought n great crowd
to her assistance. She regained her
composure nftcr being carried Into tho
City t;ourt building. There It wns
found she bad sustained bruises on
her arms and legs.
At Tlfth Avenuo nnd Twenty-third
Street a 25-foot sign belonging to the
International Correspondence School
wna blown down nnd a pedestrian was
injured. A young woman who was
helping her mother nlong Fifth Ave
nue near Twenty-second Streot wns
hurt by another falling sign. At Fifth
Avenue nnd Fourteenth Street a plato
gloss window wns blown In by the
i Along Central Park West nnd In the
side streets off tho park from Klghty-
slxth Street to Ninetieth Streot eight
wagons were overturned by tho wind
several of tho drivers suffering slight
Injuries nnd ono of them suffering a
fracture of tho leg.
Twenty clerks In tho nub otflco of
tho Bureau of Social Investigation of
tho Department of Charltios at Pearl
and Centre Streets, were showered
with glass when two wlndowa were
shattered by tho wind. One of them,
a girl, wan cut by falling glass,
The storm caused muoh damago to
tho lightning, telophono and transit
companies In Brooklyn. The Edison
Elootrlo Light Company roportod
troublo throughout the city. Poles
were blown down and In tho suburbs
tho wires were out of commission for
The telephone rrvlco In Bay Ttldge
office was put out of working order,
but there was no other disturbance
of tho system.
The Brooklyn Rapid Transit Com
puny bad troublo In tho outlying
districts where tho trolley pole
were thrown down, carrying the wires
with thorn. Signs and shutters were
blown from their fastenings by tho
storm In many parts of the borough.
STEAMSHIPS CRASH TOQtrntn
OFF LIBERTY I5LAIMU.
Even boats that were anchored In I
the Bay suffered by tho gale. The
freighter Coroval of tho Now ork
and Porto Ttlco Steamship company,
which wns anchored off the Statue of
Llborty, was blown from her moor
ings. Sho drifted into the uroek
freighter Andreas aerakls, ripping
away some woodwork on tho GeraklB,
SK FOR and GET
or you rosy get a cheap substitute
and pay the BaJOi pries, '
A tugboat which was sent down Jho
Hay helpd the Coroval to a new
rue Giuseppe Verdi, tho new
steamship of tho Itnlla line, on her
maiden trip to this port, was held
off Sandy Hook by tho gale. Tho
nergensfjord, of tho Scandinavia line.
was not reported, but wus expected
At Quarantine this oventng. The
wireless station at Sea Qato went
out of commission at tho height of
the morning storm.
Tf.e ytichtn and other shipping nt
City Island which had not been haul
ed out for tho wlntor ero all on-
dangered by the storm. The yawl
Numark was toiu from Its moorings
and wrecked on the rocks at the
foot of Schoflcld Street. The echoon
er Alfred was driven ashore at Ja
cobs' shipyard. The Jacobs speed;
bout llluo Streak got loose and be
toro It could bo secured was strand
cd on tho Sugar Loaf bur. Two lum
bor schooners drnggd their moor
ings and crashed together until they
woro secured by men. from the .lu
colw yards. There were n number of
oyster sloops piled up at tho uppor
end of tha Island.
Thcro wcro two storm centres, one
i ori,rinatlng In Missouri and Arkansas
and tho other near Qu'Appcllc. Tho
Southern disturbance moved to the
South Carolina coast nnd the North
ern ono to Ixike Michigan nnd Central
Illinois. To-day both centres have
merged around Lake Mlohlgan.
SrnbrlKht, Vsnnl, Is llnrd lilt by
From fieabright, N. J., always a suf
ferer from heavy storms, come reports
that the sea was piling up In a way .to
lead fishermen nnd flioro folk to fear the
worst nt hlKli t nr. right after sunset to
night. Before noon the roof had been
blown from the home nr I Jr. i . n. warp,
the Nicholas barhor shop and the porch
nnd galleries had been torn from tho
I'annacl Hotel. Contractors with homes
nnd men, were hustling boats nnd pile
driving apparatus away from tha shore.
Justler Dickey Injured.
Former Supremo Court Juatleo Wlll-
Inni'D. Dlckny of Brooklyn wns knocked
down by a Flatbush Avenue trolley onr
In Court Street, Brooklyn, whlln tho
morm was at Its height to-day. The ear.
In churice of Mntorman Jnmni Kennedy.
wns moving slowly at the time, so Jus
tice Dickey wan not much hurt. Ills
shoulder wns bruised, but he got to his
reet wiuiom nssminncu ami went to ms
home, No. 630 Ocean Avenuo, Ho is
Hventv-flve years old and since his re
tirement from the bench has been ono
or the orticini rererees or Kings uounty,
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THE TIGRIS RIVER
Turks Report Reverse for Eng
lish in Advance To
BErtMN, via Sayvllln WlreleM,
Nov. 19. Tho sinking of a Hrltlsh
monitor, with Its cntlro crow, on the
Tigris, Is reported to-day In an of
ficial statement from Constantinople
under Sunday's date.
Tho vessel waa one of those the
British are using In their ndvance
Arabian voluntoors destroyed part
of tho British telegraph In tho same
fighting zono ojid captured valuable
Constantinople also reports that fol
lowing a mutiny among their Indian
troops In Mesopotamia, the English
recently executed every tenth Indian
trooper. The Indians, It Is said, re
fused to march against Dagdad be-
causo Mohammedan holy relics are
Two British land attacks at Sedd-ul-
Hohr. near tho tlu of tho Galllpoll
peninsula, wcro announced In tbe re
port. Ono was quickly reputsed by
the Turks. In tho second the British
reached tho Ottoman trenches, where
their flank was subjected to a terrlQa
tiro nnd a counter attack beat them'
back. Turkish artillery also ham
pered tho landing of British supplies
from a lorpcao ooai noar iwuuwui
man. On the Irak front on enemy aero
piano was shot down and Its pilot
and observer woro captured. .
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