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1 HieHken tnnd In the State Houne groindsnnrt
J cnd to prevent women and children frou
1 Ieinn rruliel to death the speaMng exerci
until eveningMrs
Cja 1I were postponed
Mrs Ix > n worth was here with her hllllInll
Inll to uuveil the memorial When tin
Jfc v Dr Washington Olnilden atleraplectn
tn kIivrr the invocation the throng broknil
nil rpftrwint and became involved In aIb
ilinserous struggle for points or vantageDr
Dr Gladden realizing lIlt danger reallllrraylng
a praying after a few sentences and joineiwith
with flov A It Harris and members of thornmoriAI
memorial commission Including State official <
rials and prominent1 citizens in exhortlnfthe
the crowdt to stand hack and relieve t IMotrain
strain upon those in front who wencrowded
crowded oboijt the standTheir
Their endeavors were all in rain Foimore
more than hnlf an hour those In the speakersstand
stand sought to calm tin great crowd ofvhom
vhom a majority were women Theyalternately
alternately begged pleaded threatenedHid
Hid commanded the rrowd to separateThey
They shouted and waved their arms btilto
to no availThen
Then it was that Mrs Longworth withoutceremony
ceremony stepped to the front of thespeakers
speakers tand and took hold of the ribbotthat
that was suspended by rings to a wire thailed
led to the monument a hundred feet distantThe
The crowd paused ss she wad recognizeami
ami a mighty shout of greeting went upThe
The band struck up the strains of Preslr
IxadKindly
r > nt McKinleys favorite hymn
Kindly Light as Mr Roosevelts daughteitugged
tugged at the ribbon and the flags thaiveiled
veiled the statue of the late President felslowly
slowly to the pedestal revealing the bronrrflpirp
figure above Another cheer went upand
and Mrs Longworth stood smiling andlowing
lowing to the great throngIt
It wa thought that her part in the propnmme
pnmme being over order would be restored
stored Instead the crowd made a wildrush
rush for the ribbon with which she haddrawn
drawn the veil It won torn into shredand
and then a dub was made for the wirewhich
which had held the ribbon in placeThe
The brass rings were torn from it andmany
many people were in danger of being Injured
jured by the wire which the mob wan tryingto
to break Into pieces for souvenirsOov
Coy Harris going to the front of thestand
stand waved bis hands to the crowd topush
push back Keep back ha shoutedyou
of thepeople
you are crushing the breath out
people in front Sheriff George KarbMayor
Mayor Badger and others pleaded with themob
mob telling them that people would bekilled
killed if they did not desistEven
Even when the police finally cleared anitisla
itisla through the human mass those infront
front refused to take the opportunityafforded
afforded them for escape Some womenin
in the front line crept beneath the standMM
MM Vm worth in an endeavor to quieti
the rowd again went to the sides of theftund
ftund and bowed to the people But thecrowd
crowd would not go Fainting women werelifted
hfted Into the speakers stand One womanthi
S thi s r ctied was weeping hysterically anilvhfn
vhfn the passed Mrs Ixjngworth she sobbedilrannatically
ilrannatically Goodby AliceMm
Mm Iongworth went to the front a thirdMme
Mme Another great cheer went up Hatshandkerchiefs
handkerchiefs and hands waved in the airThe
The heroine of the occasion waved heihand
hand in return and then the people Infront
front and on either side shouted Goodby
by goodby AliceMrs
Mrs Longworth left the stand going tcbe
the Governors office An attempt wonmade
made to go on with the programme but theaudience
audience neither saw nor listened and tcnd
end it all the announcement was madehat ihllt
hat the speches would be delivered atnight
night in Memorial HallNo
No soon r were the troubles of those Incharge
charge of the meeting over than Mrs Longworths
worths really began As the crowd slowlyretired
retired from the Capitol grounds carriagewere
were observed to drive to the State streetntrance
entrance and it WI suppcaBd that one ofthem
IUPp
them was for Congressman and Mrs Longworth
worthThe
The people swarmed toward them Justas
I the Presidents daughter with her bUl
band and AttorneyGeneral and Mrs Elllileft
left the State House There was a madruth
ruth toward them Women bent on touchIng
Ing Mrs Longworth surrounded her andno
no football rush wa more strenuous thanhat
hat she got intoMost
Most of the women appeared a if theycared
cared only to touch the app daughterbut
but one man pulled a ribbon from her gownand
and instantly there was a scramble wblcliresulted
resulted in the ribbon being torn t piecesPoUcomcn
PoUcomcn tried t gusr4 Mrs Longworth
worth by forming a wedge and forcinga
a way to the street Mr Ell automobilehowever
however was not at the gate to receivethe
the party The greater portion of the mobwaa
I behind and there waa no turning backSo
8 great did the crush become that Mrand
and Mn Longworth sought refuge in anoffice
office building T crowd followed Intoth
th building Mr and Mrs Longworthwere
were whisked Into the office of a newsPaper
Paper correspondent and mOlt of thocrowd
crowd lost sight of themWithin
Within five minutes more than a thousandpeople
people were rushing about In the differentfloors
floors seeking a gllmpso of the couplesome
some ot those who finally located themwould
would have forced their way Into the officehad
had not th door been kept lockedIt
It did not take Mrs ongworth long toregain
regain the breath she had lost In the rushnd
and she seemed to enjoy the experienceBy
By sending a automobile around to literear
rear the crowd was diverted after hilf anhours
hours wait and Mr and Mr x ngworthere
were rushed to the station in a carriage justin
in time to catch their trainThey
They were obliged to ride from here toCincinnati
Cincinnati in a day coach as no parlor carnor
nor sleeper was on their tri but theYwere
were KM to escape aliveThroughout
Throughout the excitement MM Long
I worth was cM o2JIectd 811
over her espsrionos before leaving tht I
city
hI Live seen cruwiN nil over the worldslwKald
she said but this tuduy wus the worstScoromf
Scores If women fainted In thn crowd aithe
the unveiling ojerclwM The speaking proKrnnime
Krnnime WMH curried out tonight JudgWilliam
William R Day of the foiled States SuproinIourt
Iourt ali Itiltm State Senator Dmileof
of Virginia r the oratorThU
ThU evening the Ktat lltnisa ground urnt
t1is nearby it tests wert lit tirsi wlhtr
ort of feminine nppirel torn from I
owner In the crushMissAfitK
MissAfitK rinn ron rowivMaiiRlitrr
MaiiRlitrr or lews Is IVnllolnl at CraeowPland
Plandu
Cu > rtr Cat Unpaid to Tilt SUMIONDOX
IONDOX Sept Ii 1 Uxnxyimki leadeof
of th Social Democrat In the AuetriaiIWchsrnth
IWchsrnth telegraphs from CracowPoland
Poland to the English newspapers naylnithat
that a slaughter of Jews has been arrangefor
for today Troops have been broughifrom
from distant garrisons and the city ha
hen divided Into military districtsCivil
Civil authority has 1wi suspended
rbw population In I state of paulo
IMM VIARDS FAUIEItES15O
15O < Ml Kxtta Troop at Marseille llurlnFrench
French Presidents VisitHpirtal
CpI 1 Cahle nntidtrh la TRa NUNPARIS
PARIS Sept HSome wild stories ciplotA
plo have been circulated lu France recently
cently The latest one appeared in theConeervntive
Conservative newspapers yesterday tellinof
o rumored attempts to be made upon thilife
life of President FalliAnw while he Is atlaraeilles
Marceilles S far as can be learned allthmae
thrxe storied are unfoundedM
M Falllereft left Paris this evening foiMarseilles
Marseilles There was the customary Uenvonstratlon
onstratlon at the railway station whenceliis
hill depature had been announced In thinewspapers
newspapersIt
I would be strange Indeed if real plotterwould
would let such specific news of their plan
reach the newspapers a hu been publlihed
llihed here Nevertheless it h announcedtonight
tonight that not only have 16000 additional
tional troopa and police been assembled
in Marseilles but that while the publicsill
sill be admitted to the Presidential e
closure there everybody must enter empt
landedPresident
President Fnlllfcres will be In Marseilletwo
two days Many warships will take partn
In the ceremonies attendant upon his receplion
ton With the precautions taken notnarchlst
tnarchlst attempt in likely notwithstandIng
ng the fact that the Paris newspaperslave
lave ben filled with stories of plot to becarried
carried out on tills occasionRKFOttM
RKFOttM IV ClTlffAomiiiluion
omiiiluion Will SuKceit Organization otXlne
Nine Uovernraental BoardsSptrlal
Sptrlal CatXt Pupate to TBB SexPBKIN
PBKIN Sept 14The Empress on August
27 appointed a commission consisting ofrlnce
rlnce Chun Viceroy TiianShihKal thelinlsters
linlsters of State the members of the Grandouncil
ouncil and the Grand Secretaries to
Cuntl Grnd Scretaries conider
ider the reports of the commissioners
rbo recently returned from a tour In tbalulled
Unite States and Europe and suggest reorms
fon i tbo administration of the Govornnent
nent They are now engaged in this workhey
Thy will propose the organization of nineloards
loards each in charge of a minister superrisor
risor and two associate supervisorsThe
The boards will be a follows XeiWuu
Pu Home Affairs WaiWuPu ForeigntiaiChengPii
tiaiChengPii Finance ChunClilPu WarrahPu
rahPu Justice NungKungSliangPuLgri
Lgri ultur and Commerce ClilaoTungPuCommunications
Communications ChlMingPu Coloniesirid
and CensorateA
A scheme of local government for provnoes
noes and districts is also being drawn upSECRETARY
SECRETARY ROOTS PLAX1
illl Nail From Callao o Monday Directfor
for Panamafptdal
aamptr1
fptdal Cubit Dtipatclt to TeaLIMA t
LIMA Sept U Secretary of State Rootlade
lade a trip today on the Oroya Railwayfa
fa was greeted with great entlmsIaMU
jy large crowd all along the route Inibacrasana
ibacrasana he laid the foundation stonef
ot a new factory that is being built by thelectrio
lectrio trust The Papal Nuncio who wasiresent
iresent gave him his blessing Mr Rootind
and his party breakfasted at MatucanaWhen
When they returned to the capital Mrloot
loot expressed himself 8 delighted withhe
tho trip Tomorrow he will attend theaces
aces and at night he will b present at aall
Mi to be given by th City Council in bisonor
honor On Monday he will return to Callaohere
here rooeed he direct will to board Panama the Charleston androoeed
I DOWAGER CZARINA WARXEItMenace
Menace Thrown Aboaril Imperial YachtTelllnB
TelllnB Her She Ii In DancerIpttM
IpttM CoWr Ilripatch to TUB SUMCOPENHAGEN
COPENHAGEN Sept 1Te chamberlainof
of the Do wager Czarina who is ill on boardthe
th Russian imperial yacht Polar Star inthis
this harbor says that her Majesty is suffering
ing from a severe attack of lumbago Shois
I unable to leave her cabinAn
An officer of the Polar Star says that amysterious
mysterious letter to which a stone wasattached
attached was thrown aboard the yachtthe
the other night apparently from a boatwarning
warning the exCzarina that she waa i
dangerTO
TO IXD SLAVERY IX VOROlODplonato
1 Diplomatic Corps Hill tend a Petition tothe
the Sultanfiptrlal
fiptrlal caM Htpatrlt lo TUB SUMLONDON
LONDON Sept 14The correspondentof Ior
of th Exchange Telegraph Company atTangier 1Tangier
Tangier says that Herbert K White theBritish
British Charge dAffalres has submitteda
a proposal at a full meeting of the Dlplo
1 prop that a petition be addreiwedto
to the Sultan ot Morocco urging the suppression
pression of slavery throughout the Moorishempire
empire The proposal was adopted unanimously
mously
mOlllyTI KXECVT10XS A DAYRreord
Rreord in Russia Sires the IritlUillon ofNummary
Summary rourlaMarllalIptclol
Iptclol Cab DnpaeH 0 TUB Sm
r ONDON Sept HA St Petersburg despatch
spatch to the Exchange Telegraph Companysay
says ft is estimated that ten men a day havebeen
lay r i estimat
been put to death since the Institution ofsummary
lummar courtmartial by ukaao of theCa
Czar ten day agoHtandaril
Standard Oil After Caucasian MrlilnHpicuil
Hpicuil CuW tltttattn tt THB JinxIxNDON
IxNDON Sept 14Tbe Pall Mal Ucutllesays
says that rumors which have not been contradicted
1 tradicted are current In London originatingin
in Baku that the Standard Oil Company
i Is endeavoring to purchase the petroleumproducint
producint properties ofth Caspian andBlack
Black Sea SocWt In Caucasia which arecofitreUed
Blak Se 8oM Cuca
cofitreUed by the Pane ROthIChdLt
t
PRESIDENT PRESENTS CUPIiYS
114 OMILIMEXT TO UERMAYAttlTSMKX X1Ilr
YAttlTSMKX AS MMKMSllcclarea
llcclarea That lite high lass AiuatruiKpnrt
Kpnrt MIOWII In tile Herent Haera Iian
an Aililrtl flood lo the Friendship IeI
I n rm Hie Tn I Nut loiu Ttiose PrearntOYHTKR
OYHTKR BAY N Y Sept 14 PresidentKuonevult
Kuonevult In presenting the Roonevelt cupthis
this afternoon to Commodore Trenor LParU I
ParU the owner of the Vim tho aiiccnMifiilboat
boat lu tho recent races w ilh German yachtsmen
men off Marblslmnd declared his strongpersonal
personal Interest In amateur sport and abespoke
poke a warm word of friendship for the defeated
feated Germans and their countrymenThe
The presentation of the cup took placeon
on board the President yacht the Mayflower
flower which was anchored In the bay nnaiSagamore
Sagamore Hill Several members o thPresidents
Presidents Cabinet officers of the FwisterrYacht
Yacht Club under whose direction theraces
races were held und the owners and skippers
pars of the competing boats were the guestiof
of the occasionTho
The President said that ho wished to givehis
his mOlt hearty Indorsement to amateursport
sport of all kinds Otherwise he said hewould
would not be participating in the presentfunction
function and the cup would not have lx > rnehis
his name He spoke highly of the sports
manlike conduct of the German yachtsmenand
and said that they had demonstrated thatthey
they could b good losers which he declared
dared was the supreme test of the sportsman
man He was most pleased he declaredthat
that one yacht from across the water hadbeen
been in the winning referring to the German
man yacht which finished frt in one of theraces
racesSpeaking
Speaking more seriously the Presidentsaid
said that there was a side to the race justsailed
sailed and to the function taking placewhich
which meant far more to the German andAmerican
American nations than the winning of thecup
cup That which meant far more he saidwas
was that III the contest the two nations hadstrengthened
strengthened an already friendly feelingwhich
for the welfareof
which was most desirable wart Ior
of both countries The cup was presentedto Ito
to Commodore Park owner of the Vimat
nt the conclusion of the speechAt
At tho luncheon in the Mayflowers cabinimmediately
immediately following the presentationof
of the cup President Roosevelt proposedtoasts
toasts to his Majesty the German Emperor
peror Tapt H 8 Hebblnghaus Germannaval
naval attach and a member of thl GermanYacht
Yacht Club responded in n toast to thePresident
President of the United States E TWeltunanu
Weltunanu the helmsman of the Tilly VIspoke
spoke of tho high regard in which Americanamateur
amateur sportsmen were held by Germanrachtsraen
rachtsraen He said it was a pleasure tolose
lose since lose they must to such fairrepresnntative
represnntative of the sport The toantsconcluded
concluded with three cheers for the President
dentAfter
After the luncheon Capt Weltzmanndelivered
delivered to the President personal niMwgen
sages from the Emperor and from PrinceHenry
IN
Henry of Prussia The messages werenot
not made public and Capt Weltzmannsaid
said that the mnMageA which the President
dent returned through him were also confident
fident ialMost
fentlM0t
Most of the gitostfl arrived in Oyster Bayon
o the 1225 train and were taken at onceon
on board the Mayflower At 1 oclock thewxlute
salute of twentyone guns from the Mayflower
flower announced the arrival of the President
dent Ha won accompanied by SecretaryTaft
Taft Secretary Bonaparte and AssistantSecretary
Secretary Bacon At the conclusion of tholuncheon
luncheon the President and members of hisCabinet
Cabinet were landed at theEmlon Rooseveltwharf
wharf The Pmtldent and the Cabinet members
hers went directly to Sagamore Hill Senator
tor Beveridge who wan also of the partyreturned
returned to Oyster BayThoHO
at the presentation besidesthe
Those present It prntaton beldetthe
the President and his Cabinet officers wereHenry
Henry Howard chairman of tue regattacommittee
committee of the Eastern Yacht ClubCommodore
Commodore W Amory Gardner EasternYacht
Yacht Club Capt H G HebblnghausGerman
German Naval Attache Louis M Clark SW
W Stelper A Appleton Packard umpiresof
of the race Henry Taggart measurer OttoProtzen
Protzen helmsman of the Wannsee HarryWuxtrau
Wuxtrau helmsman of the Gtuckauf IVE
E T Weitzmann helmsman of the Tiy VIGustav
Gustav L Stinnes owner of the GluckaufIV
Adams 2d andhelmsman
IV Charles Francis Adam owner
helmsman of the Auk C H W Fosterowner
owner and helmsman of the CarambaCommodore
Commodore Trenor L Park owner of theVim
Vim and Clifford Bucknam helmsman ofthe
the Vim
HELD fI IX HALLWAYManufacturer I
Manufacturer Itobbeil or HI24S by Kxl I
l < inploeeThree 1
Three men lay in wait forLouiaShemenana
a manufacturer of clothing in a dark hal
way on the third floor of 191193 Chrystlestreet
street yesterday and after beating him until
til he became Insensible robbed him of124S
1245 The fellow who got the money gotaway
away safely hut two men who are accusedof
of being his companions are locked up inthe
the Eldrldge street station charged withfelonioua
felonious assault and highway robberyShemenan
Shemenan who is 34 years old and livewat
at 104 Second avenue had drawn the moneyfrom
from the branch of the Corn ExchangeBank
Bank at Avenue D and Tenth street to payoff
off his employeesWhen
When he left the building for the bankyesterday
yesterday h noticed he told the policetwo
two employees whom h discharged threeweeks
weeks ago loitering outside the place Whenhe
with the they werentin
he returned money werntIn
in night While going up th stairs to thethird
third floor he was struck on the head witha
a heavy stick and thrown to the floor Twoof
of the men kicked him repeatedly aboutthe
the head and body while the third grabbedthe
the satchel containing th 11245now
11 got the money all right le1 bent itnow
now mid th fellow The three then fleddown
down the stairsJohn
John WlesHCltor who hall a loft on thethird
third floor heard the souffle and Hhemmianntouting
Ihln for kelp Ip nlsh after the trioboutng
touting Polcl at the top of his voicePatrolmen
Patrolmen Ouinlan Staubitz and Hilvennanof
of the Kldrldgei street station overhauledJames
James Arno 19 years old of 2 ChrystieChryntie
street and Tony Bautcb n years or 187ChrUI
Chryntie tnt Shemenann fonmr employees
ployees who had been noticed loiteringoutside
outside the building They ware locke
Detectives am hunting for th fellow wliogot
got sway with the moneyPapal
Papal Secretary or Htale Iptl
flptclal Cabt tltipatcH o TUB SUMROMK
RoMa Sept 14Cardinal Merry del ValPapal
Papal Secretary of State is confined to hisbed
bed with a severe cold1900TO
1900TO NIAGARA FALL AMD HrTCRS
Sept 21 2 Lrhlch Valley R R Information at
IMO Broadway NY let Fulton it iiktja44
I I IP4UPOJ A SUICIDEHlrh
Hlrh Philadelphia Chemical Man ProbablyJ
Jumped From a FerryboatThe
The body of Houry K Wantpole thewealthy
wealthy Philadelphia manufacturer ofchsnilcalc
chemIcals who had been minting for severaldays
days wan found on Thursday floating Inthe
the Hudson River off the Weebawkaushore
shore I was Identified at Yolks morguethrough
through papers In the pockets of the bodyH
It U believed that he committed suicideby
by jumping from a ferryboat He ocam Imeltaly
m utally unbalanced while brooding overtime
time shortage of a trusted employee of hUfirm
firm In Canada He disappeared from 1
hotel here last week where he had beeustopping
stopping In the rare of a trained nursePniLADKUMiiA
PniLADKUMiiA Kept 14Mr Wampolewas
was very wealthy and th bad of thechemical
chemical firm of Henry K Wampole A CoIL
HU mind gave way under the shock of aJ
J 10000 defalcation by a trusted clerk andunder
under the revelation of the villainy ofFrank
Frank K Hippie who looted the RealEstate
Estate Trust Company and who was 1cloPe
close friend of Mr WampoleCtMtLATIYE
CtMtLATIYE ACCIDKXTStarts
Starts WIIU Broken Let and Knili millThree
Three Hospital CaieLouis
Louis Herman 9 years old a newsboyliving
living a IK West Ninetyfourth rtreetjumped
jumped off an Eighth avenue car at Eightyslsth
slsth street last evening and fell in front ofa
a truck driven by A Slegel of 147 Woosterstreet
street A wheel passed over his left legbreaking
breaking it below the knee The lad waxcarried
carried over to the sidewalk In front of anapartment
apartment house on the corner to awaitthe
the coming of an ambulanceA
A man hurrying to see what was up fellin
in a faint He was placed alongulde LouisEdward
Edward Callahan of I East Eightysecondstreet
street leaped off a oar with an Idea of inspecting
specting the scene and h fell too andbroke
broke his ankle He wax placed with thotwo
two other
John Stabler of 258 Went Fortyfirststreet
street also making hiixte to get to the plaqodrawn
drawn by the crowd fell In a fit He hadhis
his nose broken and sustained a fractureof
of the HktillWhen
When the ambulancfl arrived all but theunknown
unknown were taken to the hospital Horecovered
recovered and left quickly byhimseils00
O FOR ussiv 101l
Fouler lack Was CliattlMsl Han Awayand
and row His Parent Want Him HackPFUIAU
PFUIAU N Y 8spt 4Cblef of PollwMark
Mark IK visiting every town village andhamlet
hamlet in West Chester county in search ofFoxier
Foxier Black the fourteenyearold son ofG
G 1 lack of Pelhant Heights who myoterloutly
terloutly disappeared on Tuesday morningand
and has not been heard from since Timfather
father haw offered a reward of 400 for information
formation concerning the lad The Blacksart
art wealthyWithout
Without permliwion Foster and a comradenamed
named Hudwill went to New Rochella onMonday
Monday and on their return Mr Blackchastised
chastised his son and told him to reportto
to him Tuesday morning Foster aroseearly Itly
early Tuesday morning and mounting liUbicycle
bicycle started in the direction of NorthPelham
Pelham That wan lime lest isen of himnrssiAs
nrssiAs xKKDjtr VOXEVPremier
Premier Stolpm Said in He al the Knd ofIlia
Ilia HetourreSpecial
Special Cab linpolrli to THE SenLONDON
LONDON Sept 15Tlm Ht PetersburgoorrtMpondeut
correspondent of time Telegraph who is ufrequent
frequent prophet of evil rvgurding Rusxlanllnunoeo
llnunoeo says that paralyzing dexpoudencyprevails
prevails in Government circle in consequence
quence of the preshing need of moneywithout
without which not an item of PremierStolypins
Stolypins political programme can bormltzed
rmltzed and the utter hiMplemiieHH of theMinister
Minister of Finance who IH at the end ofhU
111 resourceForeign
Foreign capitalists scout the notion o
loans w hill tho Minister of Finance in unnble
nble to come forward with any > ther expedient
pedient Independent financial circlescomment
comment upon the aston isiming mrelennnt8Huf
uf the Finance MiniHtry In its official calculationa
lationa and they are not only drawing unfavorable
favorable conclusions but HIV diP unthigthem
them on tIme exchangeThere
There are good grounds for exprettalngnppreihension
apprehension that the Stolypin Cabinetwhich
which ia divided against itself will duallybe
l broken up by an insolvency that mighthave
have been avoided by tho appointment ofa
a buuineftftlike financierHEIRESS
HEIRESS WEDS CUAVFFEVRlaughter
laughter or N I Farrar Wealthy SouthAfrican
African MopeXptcial
Xptcial Cab Dnpatrh to IHR SunLONDON
LONDON Sept 14 A fiennatijn has been
caude alr YlI
old a daughter of S 1 Farrar a wealthy
South African and a niece of Sir GeorgFarrar
Farrar She eloped from Brighton with hefathers
fathers humbly born chauffeur John Fellows
Iowa and was married to him at the Registrars
trartt office at XorbltonEXARMY
EXARMY 4 flOES FREEljillih
ljillih Young Wire imlueei tomplalnanlo
lo Withdraw bar tEsIleutennt
ExLieutenant Ebert G English theformer
former member of Company H SeventhRegiment
Regiment who was arrested on Thursdayon
on tho complaint of another member olthe
the company A W Taylor for havingsecured
secured SS on a bed check was arraignedfor
for examination in the Tombs police counbefore
before Magistrate Cornell yesterday afternoon
noon The young wife of the exLleuten
ant 8 In COln She had devoted mucliof
of hor time since his arrest pleading willMr
Mr Taylor to withdraw tho charge anthe
he finally agreed to do HO He had a lawyerIn
In court to explain that under the circumstanced
stances he had decided to ak the Courtto
to release EnglishVery
Very well its only a mlsdemeanoiand
and Ver wel him out If you say HO saidMagistrate
Magistrate Cornell But the trouble inthat
that there is too much false sentimentIn
In these cases and not outs of those fellowiwho
who go bout doing Much thinK IH convicted
Icted However Ive long since quittrying
trying to Iowever the world and he la discharged
chargedA
A lawyer from a Fifth avenue jewelryshop
shop was In court to setslhe exLieutenantabout
about a S3SO diamond ring received oncredit
credit and not paid for English said binmother
pid
mother had the ring and gave the lawyera
a written order to get ItKraneeTnrns
I wrUen oner gt
I
KraneeTnrns Out New Three Barrelled RunSp
Sp cil CaUi Dtipatch to Tnn lowPADIS
PADIS Sept 14A despatch to theJournal
Journal from St Etienne says that mOtor
of the workmen In the Government armsfactory
factory there are engaged in turning out anew
new type of mitrailleuse which shortlywill
will be served out to the army The newweapon
weapon fires the Lobel cartridge It baathree
three barrels which are used alertly
I 8 that two of them are given time to coolwhile
while the third is In U
I r
DROWNBDIN MOTORBOAT RACE
VEX WHO MADE lf TIlE CREWJI
OF TIlE VKSVY1VS LOUTlloat
lloat Wat Mitpptnv Water Ileatll adIleutUII
Nirersniaii Fell Overboard In Pull Inoil
oil CoatMate Jumped After His110th
Hotu Vanlth in the Htormy HucUocTwo
Two men were drowned in the races ofIbe
the Motor Boat Club of America yeaterdajThey
They were Harry Odlnet who lived at GIEt
East Kid street and J Ferry and theywer
were handling the high speed boat Vwtuviuiowned
owned by Louis L Hagglu of S7 Madlaoiavenue
avenueTba
The VeMivIu started lo the race wltltha
the Dixie and the Den and the throe boatwer
wore to gt three times around a triangulacourse
course The start was made off West H2tlitreot
street and the first turn was a mark boaoff
off Tubjby Hook at Inwood about fourmlel
miles from the start Tha Vesuvius tel
behind from the first and after they haigone
gone twice around the course she wasminutes 2rlnlt
minute behind the Dixie She turned thobore
bore mark at 451 oclock and the aocidMihappened
happened off the Tubby Point markItwas
Itwas very rough on the Hudson yefiterda
day A strong northeast wind sweeplnidoWn
doWn against a flood tide made the conditions
ditlons very unfavorable for high speeiboats
boats which An nothing more than hell
fitted with very powerful motors Thethrow
throw tbo spray high and take much wateon
on boardFrank
Frank Ser was stationed on the marlboat
boat and some time after S oclock not lcethe
the VesuvliM approaching Harry Odinetwho
who was steering the boat too up amtried
tried to put on his rubber coat It walgeting I
getting cold then and the welling madthings
things very uncomfortable In some wayor
or other weary could not tell how Odinefell
fell overboard It may have been tha
time Vesuvius took a sudden lurch and be10lt
lost his balance hit the next thing Nearwiw
saw was Odinet struggling In the waterFerry
Ferry who was on the Vesuvius willOdinet
Odinet jumped after his mate and in leslima
lima than4it takes to tell the two men werIWpt
iwept far from the Vesuvius which belnileft
left unmanned began to take on watefast
fast and drift away Neary wart powerless
lesl to help He had only a small sailboat
boat which was anchored and the rovenufig
fig Calumet was far away at the tim
Both men had on rubber coats B if theywer
were able to nwim they w r severehandicapped
handicapped Those who were about thcourse
course had no hope that the men escapedrowning
drowningIt
I was getting dusk at that lime and thmembers
members of the volunteer life saving Crlat
at Inwood heard shouts for help contlniloroim
across the water Benjamin Sdilomberiand
and George Spaulding quickly got theil
boat out and pulled over to the Vesuviuswhich
which was seen drifting wltli the tide TheFound
Found the boat deserted and after twardiiniaround
around for some lime were picked up bythf
the revenue tug Calumet in charge ofCaplJohn
John Brady and taken back to InwoodThe
The Calumet also took the Vesuvius Intow
tow but the boat was no full of water thatIho
itmu sank just OH they got her alongside thl
Inwood bathing pavilion A line was plltarolnd
around the boat before she went down amthere
there will be little difficulty in raising berto1a
todayWhen
When the news was reported at the MotoBoit
Boat Club later on several launches wenip
ip the river to larch for the bodiesThe
The Vesuvius was built by Hued JHoggin
Hoggin who have shops at 316 Hudsoitreet
treet Louis L Hoggin In whose namtihe
the boat wax entered when neon lat nighmid
mid that he had not heard of the accidentHe
He said that the polO had notified himthat
that his boat had been found adrift buIB
he hoped that the two men und been picketip
I hop pawing vessel and would behear
hear from laterHARfiED
HARfiED WITH IIIU SWIXttLE
Elue llni Arrrcted In Clilcaco alI lo 111Olrtpd
Operated From HereCHICAGO
CHICAGO Sept HA remarkable stotf
> f an alleged swindle which the policty
say extended to many cities In Amerlcnd
and in England was disclosed todaollowing
following the arrest of five men who arliarged
liarged with being implicated In the fraudhexe
hexe men are Chester A Broughton I
L Cunningham C F McGuIre GeorgToluiion
p Toluiion and Alvin A Hessley Thirinonera
prisoners were arraigned and the caseoRtimietl
oRtimietl until September 24 All werelensed
elensed on bondsHow
How much money hums been lost to litcolon
colon only am be guessed at but the Ihtor
or victims ia said to include 1 number 01chicago
chicago business hoi i HOB and individualsit
at least one bonk and large concerns Intber
tber citiesThe
br cteT
T b five men arrested and a number olonfederotea
onfederotea are raid to have used boguilotea
notes < n their operations in Chicago Tiairy
airy on their scheme the men made usf <
or a number of corporations with higloundlng
oundlng names ana supposed large issueif
or stock and bondsTwo
Two ot the concerns used by the metn
In their transactions the police say wennown
known an a fireproofing company in Nework
York and a trust company In South Dakotahe
h flreorooflng company was raid to Inapitallzed
apitallzed at 1000000 and t he trust comiany
any at 1100000 Officer for each concertrere
wer at ll3i Broadway New York Fronhere
ther it is charged that circulars and panthlets
> hlets were pent to investors in all parlor
or th countryNone
I None of the men in known nt 1138 Broaday
way In the St James Building at 113Iroodwoy
Iroodwoy however there is a sign onlie
I the door of room 814 that runs TKlagulreJohnston
lagulreJohnston C Investment Securiles
lee Now York Chicago and Philadelphiang
I rime superintendent oft he St Jamea HuldIn
1 ng said lust night that h had often seenoTinston
f
oTinston and Maguire around the buildingnd
and that he bellenred the firm dealt largely
In oil sock and the stocks of companieshey
tbe had promoted Broughton Cunniniam
ham and Hessley are unknown in the neigKirhood
KirhoodHEVEX
brhooSI1
HEVEX MEN DROWXEDland
la Car Run Into Open Hrldce lirawTwo
Two Dolt HocoveredTOLEDO
TOLEDO Ohio Sept HA hand caijaded
jaded with seven track men on th Wheelig
ig and Lake Erie Railroad ran into anpen
pen draw on the Mum bridge thisvening
vening and every one on the car wasrowned
rownedTwo
Two bodies have been recoveredGood
Good Health d pend on pure food Bornetfaanliu
anliu 10 purl Tao no cutwttlutr AtiON
wnz hIT urrVlr XCCIOTJCI1
T1CT ON MLB SeM mto Oct th IteM
TJCI1 ULII NUit U I B
M AOPDAH
CIIAXOE OF PANAMA PLA8Only
Only O Dam laitead of Two WillHullt IHBlt
Refit Near Lake SenOTBTKH
HBlt LeOrBTll
OTBTKH BAT Sept 14 Secretary Tafannounood
announced before leaving Oyster Bytnbt
tonight that ba bad presented t th Pent
dent and received bs approval of a plan taane
rearrange tb dams to be built near lcSu
Boaa on the Paclflo rod of the Panama CanalSecretary
Secretary Taft said that It had been foumtliat
that th two dams which bad been projeotod
jeotod would neuesulUU changing tblne
line of th Panama Railroad at great epni
pense The one dam which will replaothe
th two projected In time original plaiwill
will require leI material tb Kecretaraald
said and will work a saving of abou
JlOOOOThe
The Secretary said that time plan for tbeDeW
new dam had th approval ot EngiueeStevens r8lVI
Stevens and that Mr Stearns one of thecnlllin
consulting engineer had explained thetbnlcaltll1I
technicalities to time President who liaal <
also approved the neW planCAMPAIUX
CAMPAIUX nAXXERS HAKHKDIllnl
Illnl H Cuter Maya He Wont Have Droollyna
lyna Streets DUtlcured by TUtinPresident
President Bird S Toler o the Boroiigof hor
of Brooklyn yesterday came out with aledlot
edict against the further display of canpalgn
palgn banners He dlrectpil Public WorlCommissioner
Commissioner Dunne to deny all uppllotlons
tlons for the erection of poles for canpaign
tonl banners und all upplirations foretrlnalng
paign Ind Mi applatons
stringing banners of any kind across thestet
streets of the borough He has alwayfelt
lie that this disfigurement ortbe
felt says tlt dlfgurelelt
the hixhways wan wrong end that thebpctacle
spectacle presented l > y the streets aroumtho
tho Borough Hall in campiiiKn linen wal
disgraceful to the citySuch
Such banners OH have been ulreiidy put ufor 1fur
for primary purposes are to Iw removeafter
after primary dayETHEL
ETHEL ROOSEVELTS MtSHAIHer
Her horse Frlclilrnnl by a Auto ami KitIs rI
Is Thrown From Her CartOTBTKR
OTBTKR BAY N Y Sept 14 While MIIEthel
Ethel Roosevelt was driving down froU I8gomor
Sagamore Hill this afternoon her huntbecame
8gomor
became frightened at an automobilesaid
said to belong to Bradford Weeks and bolting
ing down the road wrecked the light cartMian
Mian Roosevelt was thrown out but eseapeiBorioiiu
serious InjuryThe
The accident occurred near P L ernIplace
place and Miss Roosevelt after restiniu
u few minutes at the house ordered agrol
groom who had captured thin horse tohich
hitch him to another carriage and drovback
back to the hill Miss Rooseveltn nerviwas
was apparently unshaken by time accidentfor
for a short time afterwanl she drove toth
the village She bore not the lightentrace
trace of the accidentCAIT
CAIT KIMKALL IfKSIOVSNa
Nas He Has lleen Vluillnatrtl or llunnlnamtllnc
Iamblnl Place ali Itetlrra WlllliiElyCapt
Capt Charles E Kimball has rexlgnethe
the command of ompany Lxof the Fotnteenth
tenth Regiment of Brooklyn I Wllcbarge
charged recently that be ran a gambllnclub
club In Manhattan and Saratoga IIcal1
called at the Eighth avenue armory onThurlay
Thursday night and after an Interview witCol
01 Foote explained that be felt be ha1been
been vindicated and therefore cleared torelgn
resign his commission He said lie hail
hen contemplating ouch a move for somtime
time hut wax unwilling to retire under fireMOXEY
MOXEY FOR SIOTREASrRY flOXE
HIOOO In Illlli ShIpped From MaiearFalls
I all StolenTlie
Time SubTreasury officials an niystitietover
over the disappearance of SIOuo in bills MMIto
to the SubTreasury on Wednesday by thCollector
Collector of CiiBtomK at Niagara FallnTlie
Tlie money was shipped through tho lTnitBtates > <
Stats Express Company which for grcateisafety
safety placed it in a special pouch Wheithe
the pouch was unsealed at tIme SubTtvamiron
on Thursday the envelope in which Ibo billihad
had been placed was found but when thiwas
was opened it bad nothing in it excjptissue
tissue paper The Treasury De urtiiwinin
in Washington hal been notified and arInvestigation
Investigation la being madetXIV
tXIV GOOD CHEAP 17111 Iffw 1Ne
ews To liars From Its Stand HtorleThat
That Make Heroes of CriminalST
ST Louis Sept 14 T C Brown generananager
nanager of the Brown Newts CompanyIBM
IBM sent out an order to nil stands of thilompany
that haii
company to cut out I literature
make hproew of criminalsMI
a tendency to hel crminaAll
All the Jesse Jounce Younger brothers andJalton
Dalton brothers UotitiH arc ordcrc1 sent irimmediately
immediatelyHerenfter
Thereafter only first class literature catje
je bought on the trains which have a contract
tract with the Drown PW CompanyMISSES
MISSES HOtRXE VPSETinneil
tuned Imler Their Auto on lime Ivilge ofStuyvesant
Stuyvrtant lAkeSATVIUKL
SnVUJE L ISept HTwo daughterif
or Commodore Fred O Bourne left theindlan
indian Neck home at Oakdale L I thisnorning
itomiog in a big automobile for a runcoompanled
coompanled by their chauffeur At Lihipehmen
rhen speeding forty miles an hour the autkidded <
kidded to one side struck a tree on thidge
dge of Stuyvesant Lake and turned overIne
One end of the car hung over the lakehe
The occupants were pinned under thuto <
auto until help came No one was injuredhe
The young women abandoned the trip r
Aiming to Oakdale by train The wreckeduto
auto was taken back on a truckMtRDER
MURDER WITXESS ESCAPESrank
rank Wlmewikl Who Saw tbe SlmpioiHomer
Homer Homicide Eludes HU leepersNowrimpowr
NORTHPORT L I Sept 14Frankiisneweki
Visnewski th moat important witnessa
In th trial of D James W Simpson forntmrdering
nurdering his fatherinlaw Hartley THor
lorner escaped from the Long Islandlospital
hospital here this morning As soon aahe
the fact became known a general alarmras
Wa lent out by th authorities and allhe
th keepers that could be spared were sentiut
out to try t find the boyWlsnewakl
Wlsnewakl was th only eTDttitcesi
t tb shooting of Mr Homer He wasTreated
ltd after tb shooting as a iritnessad
ad was kept In tb county Jail at Rlvorad
bad but duD th InTMtigation followof
I tb tragedy WisoewsU went Insanead
ad had t b sent t th State Hospital
era for treatmentAfter
After all Vast > MM tek
IJ1A 1
ROOSEVELTWARNS
WARNS GUBACivil
Civil War Must SlipSubSectaries
Sectaries Taft antBacon
Bacon to HavanaWAY lWAY
WAY TO SAVE REPUBLICHis
His Representatives to AN inGetting
Getting Cubans Togetheron
on Peace BasisAriluu
Action iolliMvi Seven Hour Conferenceat
at Kagaraore Hill Presidents 101lalon
lamation In Form of a Ixttter to thernliui
rnliui ittinleterIteters t Ills Dafytmler
limiter the Plait AmpndmMtlnpnUIII
trillion t Cuba Gets lime insurrectionary
ary Habit Navy Department OrdersShore
Shore Wartldp to Cuban Waters 20OOMurhuii
Murhuii lu lie nraily ax lAndlnc ForeOYHTKK
OYHTKK BAT Kept 14 After seven hourconference
conference at Sagamore Hill between thePresident
President Secretary of WarTaft Secretaryof 4oflbpNuvy
oflbpNuvy Bonnparte and Acting Secretaryof
of tile Bacon I was announced at 10oclock
oclock tonight that the United Statedwould
would not make armed intervention inCuba
Cuba nt onceViti
Viti thin announcement came a letterfrom
from President Roosevelt addressed toSefior
Sefior Queoada the Cuban Minister to theUnited
United Stated expressing the reluctance otthe
the United States to Interfere In CubanuffalrH
affairs hut threatening intervention if theCulun
Culun Republic acquired the habit of roInlon
tuition The President announced to theCuban
Cuban Minister that Secretary Taft andActing
Acting Secretary Bacon were to go at onoato
to Cuba to investigate the situationBefore
Before leaving Secretary Taft said thathe
hl and Secretary Bacon would start forCuba
Cuba on SundayTlio
Time President letter to Suitor Quosadafollows
follows
SINCERE REGARD FOR CUBAMr
Mr UKAK SFNOR QGBSADA In thincriniH
crisis in the affairs of the Republic of Cuba
1 write you not merely because you are theMinister
Minister of Cuba accredited to this Government
ment but because you and I were intimatelydrawn
I drawn together at the time when the UnitedStates
States intervened In the affairs of Cubawith
with time result of making her an independent
dent nationYoum
dnt ntonou
You know how sincere my affectionateidmlratlon
idmlratlon and regard for Cuba are Youknow
know that I never have don and neverhalt
halt do anything in referenceJo Cuba savewith
with such sincere regard for her volfaroVon
Von also know the pride I felt because Itcamp
camp to me a President to withdraw theAmerican
I American troops from the bland of Cubamil
t and olTirially to proclaim her Independencennd
anti to wish her godspeed In her careeris
nJ a free republicI FijiI
I desire now through you to say a wordif
of solemn warning to your people whoseMirne
Mirne t well wisher I am For seven yearsuba
uba bits l > oen in n condition of profoundjoatw
peace and of Meadily growing pro prityIor
Ior four years hit Ileac and prosperitywive
wive obtained under her own independentlovernmont
lovernmont Her pete prosperity nnrlndependence
I independence are now menaced for of allo
o xible vil that can befall Tuba the worrts
I s the evil of nnnreuy to which civil warind
ind revolutionary dUiurbaneef will asuradly
I uradly throw herWhoever
Whoever is renpunnible for armed revoltitul
j itul outrage whoever is responsible inmy
I I my way for the condition of affairslint
lint now obtains in an enemy of Cubaind
mod doubly heavy is the responsibility ofhe
the man who affecting to bo tho especialhatnpion
champion of Cuban independence takesmy
my step which will jeopardize that indewnditnoe
wnditnoe For there in just one way invhicli
which Ciilmn independence can 0 jeoparlused
lused and that U for the Cuban people tohow
how their inability to continue in theirwtli
wtli of peaceful and orderly progressWHAT
WHAT WE DEMAND OP CUBAThin
Thin nation asks nothing ot Cuba savehat
hat it shall continue to develop 8 it hasleveloped
leveloped during the last seven years thatt
It bal know and practice the orderly libertyfbicb
fbicb will assuredly bring an ever ing
Freaslng measure of peace and prosperityo
to th beautiful Queen of the Antilles0ur
Our Intervention in Cuban affairs willnly
nly come if Cuba herself shows that ihaas
hn fallen Into the insurrectionary habit Io a ilmat
Lfc fl I tl f r I
that she lacks the lelrretrlnt near
to necuro peaceful selfgovernment andhat
hat her contending factions have plungedhe
he country into anarchyI
I solemnly adjure all Cuban patriots toland
land together to sink all differences awlleraonal
leraonal ambitions and to remember thathe
tho only way that they can preserve thoindeendenc Jdependence
dependence of their Republic i to preventhe
he necessity of out ldo interference byescuing
escuing it from the anarchy of civil warI
I earnestly hope that this word of a
uratlon of mine given in Iho name of thf1Amrlcn
imerican people the stanchmt friends andrell
wel wishers of Cuba that there are in allbe
tbe world will be taken as i is meant will
be seriously considered and will bn actodpon
upon and i so ace upon Tubas permanentTHIt
THIt SOLTHWEVTEn lIMITKDINOINKATI
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