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S1ccn Strength 11 Afi A Campaign FroErc Progrc6ft11l Progrc6ft11lCarreJ FrogrcncIeCftrreJ a a aaPeCarreip
aPeCarreip IeCftrreJ CarreJ Pro Pretlicts lict Crashing Defeat DefeatAf Dcfoatst Defeatf
Af f 11 11etLT OXTK Insists on Putting Putt nS TI an Znbtfleien n nlafleenlont
111 btfleien lafleenlont CJton I nt Local Tiaftet TiaftetNew Tlqketew iUkct iUkctNew
New ew lfork ork Mt Oct 7W3S Hearst the theD theDf theTh
D Df cratic ra lcaD4 IC and Independence Iideen League can candMau cuadIa candl
dMau dIa dl a ft 1 1 > V governor is ba bm k a frs w Ms tour tourof
01 of speechH petdl pec h making fci the upstate eoun eouns eountk Cohnts
tk ts s feelii awe in re e tha tbathe e will be elected electediti
iti Nov x ovm ovmhl nv wr T TVhfle
VhIle hl t nith 1th few gjiteptioua there were weregTla ere erei
i j gnat gTla t I ttsplays la of enthusiasm f11UJ at tile thjecounty tilet tbeurAty
county t urAty m t fails faL 11 at which he appeared 4IiJa 4IiJat eia eiat r4 r4tne
tne t n re < halls W 11 1 which he spoke he heluck lieb het
luck b t ck k with < ye ae confidence that he te farm farnvr
4 r aithooijrfa altho 11 not denMNwtrathne were werewitt werewlCla wewth
witt him at heart heartXr bertwr bCJtr
Xr r Hearst farst sot back to confnmt ntIt a aA stta sttaton 01
2 1Ol ton that that i Hi need the patience and andl ndflit andill
A ill l at potttil JOBU al I genius to str straighten oat oatYtere out outJ1Mte outhere
Ytere here is i no dodging the fact that the thei
i after aUer18 to a aKlous I moua one especially to Mr MrHearst frIf fr frIerst
Hearst If hma ma rifand It and nd if harmony cannot cannott
t > Brougbt about between bet the regular regularI xular xularI
I II ettoccmtte c rsaniz r anlzaU ranIzatIGfk tion in New York and andKlocs andEJDp andFinls
Klocs and t Iw Independence In ee Leagae in int hine Inte
t ne re matter of local nominations the thelfemk thet the1k
lfemk t will jhrobaWy babb biy cost Mr Hearst the thec thetJecdoItud theeIcloead
tJecdoItud c ectic jid blast his hopes hope for t presiden presidentifl presIdeDt presidenti
tifl t ti bea beatruth heoora tjp W8 1118math
fbe truth appears ApPeanm io be that some me of oft efLanage4rs
t s Lanage4rs Muiacer through personal personaltiOoB am amtl amtIfle
tiOoB tl tIfle hav havh gotten him into the worst worstsort wontsOlt worst9tt
sort ff 4 hag a inarl rI with wlththeoqaDlzaUOI18 wlththeoqaDlzaUOI18tP the rganhoiticms erganizadons3o rganhoiticmsupon
upon 3o D iwhicb bIc he must rely for his a votes votesbelow votesteIow
below 110 the iBronz and how now he can be beelected beeecu4 beelected
elected witifiout wt wtut ut them is kv > ero d the mind mindof mlndor mmdiof
of th aadiut eideW political obawver otJrv to io1at io1atJ iathomr iathomrIn fthom1s
J 1s In is theVpracticabte tit Mactlcable sde de of the q ques quesany questtm es estiosi
tiosi wfftbouf wItbot any regard to seRtiment ttmeat or orui or1I1pIt n n1
ui 1I1pIt t 3tr 1 Hearst ierzt earst may have said Said la times timeg timesl timesp
l g ge ODe by an an4 f und under r radically different < cir circinnstaaces ctIc dccaiastaces
cinnstaaces c 1ab about ut certain certatafDemocraoys bosses bossesJVowJcniocraoys boesowLernocrsaya
JVowJcniocraoys owLernocrsaya fDemocraoys Candidate CandidateWhatev OantUdatevie CanJidateWhEteer
Whatev WhEteer vie ir he may have been hereto heretof
f IT he JiI tm s now primarily the candidate candidateof candtdate candtdateOi
Oi of the lAemocratie r4emocrtlc mocraUe party par and it is to to1Bsaecratlc toI toI
1Bsaecratlc I t IilllMlCrat ecratc c support that he must mustf look lookf JOe JOeI
f oe n hta v tes es eaIlo Mo o other Democrat ha has hast baat
1 > fsr ahie able1 to be > elected wIthout t carry carryHrcater aarryj
j tb Hrcater 1fater city by a tremendous tremendousSlaee trCJIK trCJIKl tremendouaI
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l I tkWJty tro She ja ile e hurt Democratic Democratictreltoor Demcratkvsior tle tleor
treltoor or elected elec the tbehve potttteU dM s sh
P h hve v vs beeii bftl radSsjttfjr changed Chal to the thevniage 4tI 4tItaP
vantage taP oj Qf the Republicans RepublicansThe Republicauor RepublicansThe
The or gerXTmander rymander JDancler of ISM 1 has ba na made mad it itin ItIrs Itinessibl
in inessibl ipoesttiicL for a Democrat to carry the theState ustate thestats
State eveJn ev evcI when he wins w by a big pin plnrapty plant pinrIty
rapty nt m in Ithe be city Van Wyck carried the thecity t1tectty thec1t7
city by b nlOofl q 000 in illS 1 yet et Jw was beaten beatenby beatenby beatenby
by 17409 14 by Theodore Roosevelt Roe > Bird BirdS Birdf
f S Coler learned carried the city by B4WO 2 in Intnd MK MKind DIJ1CI
ind J1CI yet yetfbe he was beaten by hr Odell 1J by 1 1votes UOG UOGvotes IW IWvotes
votes JTheae jie Yhese figures show silo the folly of ofa ofa ofa
a I DeJr1Crat > en > rat relying on the he votes be may mayet mayet mayget
get et PRate With a single exception XCeptlOl1the exceptionthe exceptionthe
the ftysbc ftT counties eond above the Bronx Bronxare Bronxare Bronxar
are ar ItepuhHcan t tepub34 sn and so far as surface surfaceitkms JJUraceI
I I 1T4c4tIon5 itkms so they are likely J to remain remainKnowing remainR remainBepubllcan
R Bepubllcan BepubllcanKl3wing n nK
Knowing K the actual facts in the mat matterwhich mattf matter
terwhich tf ter > r wbJeh are disclosed by political his history bl8tOr histor ¬
tor tory unbiased observers are greatly puz puzzled JH1ZzJed puzzledt ¬
zled zledt ever e the course the Hearst man managerp 11MU1ager managev
agerp ager are pursuing The situation now nowjs ROWIs nowis
Is radically catl7 different from that of last lastfall Jutfall lastfalI4
fall fall falI4 when Mr Hearst was the imtepend imtependent Jnoepeooent inoependnt
ent nt candidate for mayor He was then thenboutid tltenbo thenbo
boutid bo by no party part ties of any kind and andthousands IUIdth andthot5afld
thousands th ad8 voted for him who 00 hate the thebossVia Oleboa thebozam
bossVia boa and who do not consider partisan partisantip partlaD1plln partisantpj
tip 1plln tpj in purely municipal elections electionsParty electtonLParty electionsParty
Party Lines Are Drawn DrawnBut DraOnBat DrawnBut
But Bat thto tJdIIyear thj year Mr Hearst is the candi candidate candIda candidate ¬
date da of the Democratic party for the thehighest theh thehighest
highest h office In the ue State and It Is ftg flgured ftgund ftgured
ured that naturally the vast bulk of the thevote UI6vote theOi
vote Oi would as usual be cast on partisan partisanlines parlleanJInes prtlsanJmne
lines linesIt JInes JInesIt Jmne JmneIt
It is beginning be5lanl to look now as though thoughsonifc tbou h hBOlli
sonifc BOlli 50153 aort of a truce will w I be patched HP p
between be betJveen n Hearst and Murphy and that thattbrty thatt thatttKty
t tbrty Y wfll r fl1 l come to an agreement agreement agreei ent on the thetSal theal theJia1
Jia1 tSal al ticket ticket which is the chief bone of ofcontention oftentlon ofco4tentlon
contention tentlon but no such nope 18 held out outBrooklyn outin outin
in Brooklyn 17D which was a Hearst t strong stronghoi stronghold tron tronbol
hoi hold d last Iaatear year The war clouds still hang hanglowV bangIol
lowV 10 and both sides are firm Hearst nag nagdectared nud nasdeared
dectared d ared that an independent ticket wilt wiltbe WIJIbe wiltbe
be jput pnt t in the field come what may Sen SenaWir SenA Senat4r
A aWir at4r r McCarren the Democratic leader leaderth leadert JS5d5tth4t
th t th4t it t declared that if Hearst puts up such sucha
a pcket 1cket ket be will loose the norougn D by byNeither
750 15 Neither has receded from his po positi posltl posILJMt
siti sILJMt n nor are there any signs of a corn cornup compro cornproIdse
pro prof proIdse proIdsef
f JI intpartial tnrda1 estimate mate oC the eJ campaign campaignup pdgn
up Jto to date eIatewa shows that the Republican or organization 01lzatlOR orgaiPzatIon ¬
ganization lzatlOR has gained a big advantage advantagesince advantagesI advantagesinCe
since sI the th nominations were made It Itwoirid Itwo Itwould
would wo kl be idle to say that the actual actualmachine actmdIII actualinhIne
machine III inhIne men wanted Hugnes but they theyseeaned theyto they5eeIeI
seeaned to be shrewd m wd enough to lay aside asideth asidetbellr asidethelr
tbellr th lr personal preferences and select a acandidate acaa4ate acanldate
candidate who had never held omce bc bcfore be hofoie i ifore
fore fore and whose personal er ona1 character is 90 90high 80t sohigh
high that t it is practically unassailable unassailableThat unaseaflabjThat le leTbat
That is 1 what Is called good politics politicsHughes poIttlcsH politicsHughes
Hughes H JheH Not ot Well ell Known KnownNevertheless KnovnNevertbeIe KnownNvertbeless
Nevertheless Mr tr Hughes is handi handicapped ftandlCJtpet handicalped ¬
capped m 1ft some respects re pects One of the die disadvantages dlaadtllUlta dieadvantages ¬
advantages adtllUlta es is that be is known to the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people only onIyfor for his work as a a lawyer lawyerHe lawyerHe lawyerHe
He Is not one of the great heroes of the theHepubHean tbeRePubH theRepubft
HepubHean Repubft a an party as is Roosevelt and lidwas andJ as aswas
J was OdeH The great eat rural population populationthat populationthat populationthat
that Odell and Platt before him made so sosolidly sos01ldiy sosolidly
solidly Republican knows him not and andhe andbe andbe
be has but four short weeks to make maketheir makethfir maketht
their tht ir acquaintance tatance Then too there is isaputhy isapnt1ay IsaLt1
aputhy aLt1 among the rank awl nd tile of the theparty tbeparty theparty
party workers orkeia ers of the State 9tat who believe believethur eIenthht belIevethhit
thur the rewards should go to the victors vfcterTrey victors victorsTIey victorsT1ey
Trey can see nothing m bt it for them if ifHughes trHughE IfHugie
Hughes is elected electedIn electedlq electedI
In I the few ew speeches speech be has made how however bowe however ¬
ever e Mr HUghes has shown himself to toCONTDfCTO toCOZTLCED toSECOND
CONTDfCTO OX X SECOND PAGB PAGBHeat lo1GBHeat ItGiLHeat
Heat your rooms where here other heaters heat s fail failwith fullwith
with 1tJa one Radiators RacJiatt > rs No coal sanitary
inexpensive Demonstrations SW tth th st stJ st stJ
J 1 H ii Small Sons Florists FlorbtslIt1l FIorlts14th
lIt1l 1 and ad G i sts Washington WashIngt Waldorf
AMorJa Au w na and a 1153 Broadway New York Yorkif Yorksi
si 1 if f you are ar thinking of life insurance insurancewry insurancewiy
wry not get the bestt best See Raymond A
Riokctts General Agents at N Colorado ColoradoLumber
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Wide Ide Boards 2 Per 100 ft ftLibby ftLibh ftLibby
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WEATR1ER WEATfLERFORECAST WEATfLERFORECASTIor R FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaManland ColumbiIaryland ColumbiaMarylandj
Manland Marylandj Iaryland and Virginia fair fairtoday fairtoday fairtoday
today Bid fid 1d tomorrow to orrow light to tofces tot tofreshfresterly
t fces fresh freshfresterly westerl westerly winds windsERALD windsERALD windshERALD
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hERALD ERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPOLITICAL f ff fPOLITICAL
4 POLITICAL POLITICALHear POLITICALH POLITIOALHetrsz
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H Hear Hetrsz confldent MMl dent of election after fter up upstate npsiats
state uvr wir wirPresident r
President 8t not to speak spe k in 1 New
eampatea eampateaCMffgo c1111palpCMIgo eam eamCgo
CMffgo Kepubltoans n score Gov Denaoa DenaoaAUeevStflTers DaiactnAtlesoffers IOR IORSQlIers
AUeevStflTers SQlIers defeat t at primaries primariesTELEGRAPHIC primarIesTELEGRAPHIO primariesS primariesTELEGIIAPH1f3
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TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHICTCjoap TELEGRAPHIOJMI TELEGIIAPH1f3Tisps
TCjoap JMI on guard at Macon Ga GaCardinal GACimIIRI Gacirdttal
Cardinal Gibbons talks of the P1T P1Tey Pv4 Pv4diacy
dancy diacy9iey dancyMay
May < 7 4 quit lt Vanderbilt VaD er1tftt cup eearae eearaeT 1MMIl 1MMIlT nsarssT
T P I OConnor welcomed at t Botea BoteaTIBuM BoIIt8Redlebf Bostau1lflman
TIBuM 1lflman predicts edlebf great t race war warLOCAL wa waLOCAL warLO
LOCAL LOCALSnatak LOCALWar LO CAL CALSpnisk
Snatak War Vetemns teaRa gather for torCottrt ee eeventfe1 esn esnvewea
veweatem ventfe1 ventfe1Supreme
Supreme tem Cewt cawvanes to today ay SIhb
MK b docket docketCuba ebtCabt loeketCuha
Cuba Cabt to pay heavy e prise Pr o far sr httsniM httsniMtloa ttmaaptia t tu tIt
tloa tloaOMsr tia tiaoi
OMsr oi of f Hibernians B celebrate celebrateJiavy oeteOnIteea ca3ehetesMavy
Jiavy Department orders ea tests for forwcf forisarles
wcf isarles isarlesPASSPORT 11 11PASSPOHT Iiea IieaPASSPORT
PASSPORT FOR BLA6IS BLA6ISTiUnmn BLAO BLAGKSTillirutu S SJ STillinan
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TiUnmn Suggests New K ew tSolii tSoliitioii SOhltion Soittioji
tioii for lace Problem IioblG1llt IioblG1llAms 1 1PIts
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PIts Ams GREAT WAR IS ISSouth NEAlt NEAltS
S South utb Carolina Senator Arsja rgne Tliat Tliatthe IJmtthe TIa TIathe
the Whites hUe of the South Most tBft Take TakeRadical rlIkeR211cal TakeRadical
Radical Mo Mcasrllft r to Maintain M Jntaln Su Supremacy 511proJl1ae SwprelnacyAiniN ¬
premacy prelnacyAiniN Aims Shaft at the th i ICorth ICorthcrn Xortkcrn Xorthcm
crn cm Roconntrnclionlsts RuoondruutlonintsAiuMu Roconntrnclionlststic
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A AiuMu Gti Ge OCt iIn a at1 SA SAd
tic d speech here i fipter f t tby t tby theaun pesple pespleby
by whom be was we cheered c Senator I Imu Tin Tinmen Tillmsn ¬
men of t South CaroMmv declared that tMtwa te teSou tsSoIl
Sou SoIl i was wa W on the verge of a great yaee yaeewar e ew
war ww w He ew ewTJIere fleiaidrhere said saidThere
There are e some people who say 7 7tllUlea that a arace a aiac
race iac proMfc PrU ksa aecttes Itself but I IUIe a ake akethe ke kethe
the jK pce4letn tetipB that hxiess kt1 than ten InI yean yeanI y
I fear r less then nv aft v there will wtI11N wtI11NnUWll be aa fa famesjse ha hamei
mesjse mei number nUWll er of bloody blood race rftrta r rUand Korth Korthaad Kef KefaM
and South SoatJa eWes which the Atlawta dot iiot1riI1 ilocwill dotwfll
will pale into insignificance insignificancelLty tn lnsIgnIlicncsl
lLty 1 l 11 LI3 down the following propMfttipa propMfttipawhich lrll1i lrll1ihlc1 prooIon prooIonWIdcIt
which hlc1 cannot be disputed disputedJrst disputedPlrMWh1te
rtnt PlrMWh1te Jrst W1I1te Whlte men ot the Seujlt tk are areunited areunited
united and determined ck rmtned MS never JtIftir JtIftirto htf6re htf6reto boveto
to maintaJn white bite supremacy suprema y volltieasb volltieasband OIItbIITuM polltkalyanit >
and socially hi 1 every part of every llrY S sra sraem Sauthecu nth nthern
ecu State StateSecond tte tteSeoon4Fhe
Second StateSeocmtt Seoon4Fhe rbe The negroes n werp wer never mo momtetrt MOl MOlInteilt mciv mcivIntent >
Intent roceatesttafr ee every way they N Nf1Jte daretW art artth
th tW > jXMitkm 1etibe ef f1Jte the w whKe6 and sp6th th4 re repuMican re reft relkiU
puMican lkiU ft sMConal dional gnrenRaMstt ouatand b bud fcj < iMtas iMtasand
and abetting this idea ideaIlcc IdeaR IdeaRkoe
Ilcc R co Hatred I Is Groxvln GroxvlnTHird GroRJnl1t Growing GrowingThirdRace
ThirdRace THird l1t ni Race hatred in In every everY form Is tegrowmir IsgrvwtnJ Isgr
growmir gr wtng In intensity with both races racesFourth I8Ces I8CesFourthLnchlng racesFourthLynchisg
Fourth FourthLnchlng Lynching for criminal criminal aasavftj aasavftjwill assat11I tlt tltwill
will will 11I continue as long as the crime is com committed ecnmlttel cesatwitted ¬
twitted The escape of the guilty internes internesthe tsaaaJaMtIM Inmesthe
the whites precipitate riots and causes causesinnocent CIUIMSIJmOCent causesInnocent
innocent negroes to suffer sufferFifth sutrerFtfthAmaltamAtlOft salterFIfthAmalgamatIon
Fifth FtfthAmaltamAtlOft Amalgamation is the hope and andultimate aIHlultimate andultimate
ultimate purpose pu of the negroes White Whitemen Whitemen Whltemen
men are rendering them great aid a In Inthis 1fttbls inthis
this thisSixth tblsUStxth thisS1xthThe
UStxth Sixth S1xthThe The burning issue is how to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent and not to avenge criminal as assault M Mault ussault ¬
sault and lynching has failed The su superior ftperlor enperIt ¬
perior race should protect many roliilone roliiloneof
of innocent negroes from false teachers teachersand teachersaDd teachersand
and bad leaders who are rapidly driving drivingthe drivingthe drivingthe
the whites to a desperation that means meansa
a race war that can only result In the thedestruction thedestruction thedestruction
destruction of tile tk weaker race raceUrges raeeUrges raceUrges
Urges Passport System SystemAfter SyxtemAfter SyatemAfter
After considering censtdertn every conceivable conceivableplan conceva conceivableplan le leplan
plan for the protection of white women womenagainst wommapmat womenagainst
against negroes negr he concluded that there therewas therewas er eronly
was only one effective way Way This plan planthe hi hithe Isthe
the establishing of a European system of ofpassport oCpaaport ofpassport
passport coupled with a large increase in inthe Inthe Inthe
the number of officers of the law lawHe MwHe w wHe
He referred to the roving class of ne negroes De Degrees nogreen ¬
green claiming to be workmen at saw sawmills awmills sawmills
mills on oi railroad gangs c c who are al always alwan alwayg ¬
ways of the most dej depraved eIK8Ved > raved character characterHe characterHe characterHe
He declared the only place for these thesewas tlteMwas thesewas
was among Northerners whose scheme schemeof sellemeOf schemeof
of reconstruction produced them He de declared dtt dttdared dodared ¬
dared if all were shot like wild beasts beaststhe beaststhe beaststhe
the country would be better off orr but that thatwas thatas thatnag
was as unlawful Therefore Tberefore when they theywere theywere theywere
were unable to produce passports they theyshould the theshould theyshould
should be placed on chain gangs until untilthey untilthey untilthey
they reformed or left the country He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said no further concessions should be bemade bemade bemade
made to various objectors as we must mustcease mustCeM mustcease
cease to ponder else we will 111 soon be beforced beforced beforced
forced to go to shooting shootingHe shootfngHe shootingHe
He declared that the white men of the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South should go ahead and do what whatthey whattRey whatthey
they believed was right in i this matter matterregardless matterregard matterregardless
regardless regard leas Uot of all the Yankees between betweenCape betweenCape betweenCape
Cape Cod and nd helL helLTO heJITO hellTO
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Now a Rich and Fruitful Field FieldKcntuclcians FieltJIcntuclilans FieldIcntuckianu
Kcntuclcians Early Associates Associates9fcrM A8soclntesitIeriaIto AssociatesSpecialt
9fcrM itIeriaIto > to The WMkfaste W HenAL HenALLoutevttle IIesIdLouisville L LLoaI8Y11e
Louisville Ky Oct 7 7KJIOwtft 7KnowIng Knowing that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the editor of the CourierJournal was wasbom wasborjt 88 88born
born in Washington City and grew gTe up upand upand upand
and began his newspaper career there a arepresentative arepreeeKtatlve arepresentative
representative of The Herald called to today today today ¬
day upon Mr WattereoB and asked him Aimfor 1dmfor himfor
for an expression lon of opinion as RS to the tbenew theDew thenew
new Richmond in the field of journalism journalismin
in the National Capital CapitalWashington CapitalWashington cpItIWashington
Washington used to be considered a akind 3kind akind
kind of graveyard for such enterprises enterprisesbe es eshe
he said uand and the founding of a success successful successful s sful ¬
ful dally anywhere Is uphill work but butthe butthe butthe
the city has multiplied its population by bytwo bytwo bytwo
two or three times over since StHIeon StHIeonHutchlns StillsonHutchins SifilsonHutchins
Hutchins started The Post and It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be strange if the Evening Star and The ThePoet ThePoet ThePost
Poet should continue for all timo In pos possession poose poesession ¬
session se of a Held so rich and fruitful fruitfulAre fruitfulAre fruitfulAre
Are you personally acquainted with withMr withMr withMr
Mr Scott Bone the reporter asked askedI
I know him very well indeed Mr MrWatteraon MrWatterllOtt MrTatter5
Watteraon Tatter5 answered Uand and esteem him himvery himvery himvery
very highly He is a Hoosier by b birth birthand birthand birthand
and went East to take a place under underFrank underFrank underFrank
Frank Hatton MId nd Beriah Wilkins Wilteiiwwhich Wilkinswhich WiinInswhich
which he filled so well that in the end endtbe endthe endthe
the entire management of the paper paperwas PAperwas paperwas
was placed in his hands I ds I had some someopportunities s someopportunities me meopportunities
opportunities for knowing how well vel he hehandled heJtand liehandled
handled Jtand It It was natural nat ml perhaps in inevitable Inevltable inevitable ¬
evitable that the new ownership should shouldprefer shouldprefer shoukiprefer
prefer Its own especial people and that thatMr thlltMr thatMr
Mr Bone should be supplanted in a place placeof pfaceof placeof
of So so much power and responsibility Yet YetIt YetIt Yetit
It may prove the making of him by b rea reason reason rcason ¬
son of its forcing him to look about for forsomething forsometblng forsomething
something other and better and of be becoming be becoming becoming ¬
coming a principal Instead of a subordi subordinate subordinate subordinate ¬
nate He has first class and original originalability originalablJlt originalabfllty
ability ablJlt IB I of the right age with a world worldof worldof worldof
of good training and varied experience experiencebehind eworiencebehind etperi8ncebehind
behind him He certainly deserves suc success sucCesf succese ¬
cess cessThe CesfThe ceseThe
The Washington Va shlngton > Newspaper Field FieldAnd FleJdAnd FieldAnd
And Washington City Cft as a a field fieldWell fieldWell 1 1uYell
uYell Well replied Mr Watterson ua aS a I Isaid ISflld Isaid
said It was considered In the old days daysrather daysrather
I rather sterile ground In the th first place placeWashington pJaceW placeWashington
Washington W has no great manufacturing manufacturingplants manuracturingplants manufacturingplants
plants few diversified Industries in inpoint Inpoint inpoint
point of fact fact little other than Its retail retailtrade retaillnlde retailtrsAe
trade to furnish advertising Then the theNew theNew theNow
New York Philadelphia and Baltimore Baltimorepapers Ball1morepapers Baltimorepapers
papers are there re to divide the circula circulation cIrculation circulation ¬
tion Again It is hard to be quite Inde Independent independent indepondent ¬
pendent of the departments which fur furnish furnish furnish ¬
nish so much of the news of the day da daBut
But Crosby Noyes did It and Frank FrankHatton FrankHatton FrankHatton
Hatton did it It and there is no reason to tobelieve tobelieve tobelieve
believe that Scott Bone may not do it itHow 11 11OOHow itHow
OOHow How about The Post PostThe Posthe PcetT PcetTThe
The he Poet has a field of its own Mr MrMcLean MrMcLean MrMcLean
McLean is a field in himself The suc success sucO sueoem ¬
cess O Sl of the Herald must be considered consideredquite consideredquite consideredquite
quite apart from the Post The Courier CourierJournal CourierJournal CourierJournal
Journal had the field here all to itself itselffor itsolffor itselffor
for nearly three years ears Those years e8rs mark markthe markthe markthe
the lowest ebb of its fortunes fort nes It began beganto beganto beganto
to prosper on competition I have ha < e often
8aesrs 8 tteca teIi ewaa a tIIe tIIetor e esltor esltoroiwr
oiwr 01 Oi f et at ctop e f SiArltkv eteraU I There TheNa to toa isa
a ptcc itgce act h WN 7 for you If you 70 will flod ftadIi ftadIibut b bbut 11 11but
but you QU wffl not find d It kit If you u cast cutthouabt a athought atboubt
thought upon the CourierJournal Courter 1UDa1 ow owplace wheiplace whose whoseplace
place was fixed long ago We W waat you youto 7ftto janto
to succeed Forty years back the UIIenot isis fiatawas isiswas
was not b b1Ir enough for two and aDI1the hi hithe baw bawthe
the consolidation of three of the theLouIn1IJe oW oWLouisville aidIeaIsv1Ue
Louisville defiles cIaW into the CourierJournal CourierJournaljKow CourJer1ourDalbowever CourlerJuarasiisw
jKow isw however there te ample room for fortwo ffI fortwo
I two But they must not be exactly alike alikeMere aUk aUkere alikesaere
Mere ere duplicates the one oneto attempting attemptmto attemptingto
to outshine and outspend the other otherEach MIlerEach otherEach
Each should ahouterlve ho ive Jlrfve to fill 1l its own ow orbit orbitto ortatcto orbitto
to build MaVilvni clientele to embrace its itsown f fown itoown
own features so that those who prefer prerertt prererttwiU k kwill Itwill
will warm to it it aad those who ho take taketwo taketwo tketwo
two papers rs will make it one of them themThat tltemThat themThat
That te about what I should say 7 to Scott ScottBone ScottBoDe ScottBone
Bone Never mind the Post Sail in and andwin andwta andwin
win on your own account account and good luck luckto luckto luckto
to you youHis youIUs youlIfe
His Old Friends Mostly Gone GoneDo GoneDe GoneDo
Do you yo visit Washington y often oftenVery oft oftenVery T TVery
Very rarely A little of Washington Washingtonjoes
joes es a long ways with me Officialism Officialismhas OMclaUsmbaa OSicialismhas
has always been detestable to me and my myparticular myparUeular mypartieuIsx
particular professional friends f are mostly mostlydead moetIydead mestlydead
dead Mr Noyes Mr William B Shaw Shawand ShawaDd Skewaod
and Mr Frank Richardson Rlebard on I think are aremy aremy
my only surviving contemporaries of the thedays thedays thedays
days immediately ImmedlateJ preceding the war warwhen warwhen warwhen
when I worked successively on two dailies dailieswhich dailieswhich dailieswhich
which long ago went to the boneyard boneyardMaj boneyarttM boneyardMaJ
Maj M Carson and George Alfred Townsend Tewnsendcame TOWMendcaate Townsendcaine
came after me In my school days Wash Washington 1Vashigtoa WashIigtotr ¬
ington bad scarcely y more than twentyfive twentyfiveor
or thirty thousand people peop1e a village of ofmagnificent ormacnJftCifl1tt ofmagnflceat
magnificent distances dlsta cnvery very muddy streets streetsno strceLDO streetsno
no public conveyances except a lumber lumbering lumbering lumbertag ¬
ing old omnibus that made semioc semioccasional semloccas10aal semioccasional ¬
casional trips between the Capitol and andGeorgetown IUIdGeoleto andGeorgetown
Georgetown Geoleto n I have had many a whack whackfrom whackfrom whackfrom
from the drivers whip for or climbing on onbehind onbehindIt onbehindIt
behind behindIt It was nearly as bad ns a seat seatIn seatIn seatIn
In the Bryan bandwagon bD4Iwa OR and Mr Ir W Wlaughed Wlaughed V Vlaqhed
laughed as though he were not suffering sufferingto sutIeri sutIerito
to any great t extent extentWhat extentWbat extentWhat
What about Bryan BryanOh BlAOh BryanOh
Oh hes all right rightAnd rightuAHd rlghLAnd
uAHd And Hearst HearstCall Hearstr HearstrUCaJl HearstClI
UCaJl Call again after November NovemberAnd NovemberAnd NovemberAnd
And Roosevelt RooseveltGet Roo RooseveltGet eveltOet
Get out outGRUEL oatCRUEL outCRUEL
CRUEL TO MAKE BEES LOAF LOAFHumane LOAFHumane LOAFHumane
Humane Sooiety Compels Pittsburg PittsburgGrocer PittsburgGrooer PittsburgGrocer
Grocer to Give Them Work WorkAuthority Workoutl1orH WorkAutlLorty
Authority outl1orH Declares Honey Hone Makers MakersWould MakersWould Iakersould
Would ould Die Awful Death if Not NotSent NotSent NotSent
Sent to Country for Bxcrclic BxcrclicPittsburg BxercIicPltt3burg ExereThePittsburg
Pittsburg Pa Oct 7 7The The Humane So Society Society Soclety ¬
ciety got after G GK K Stevenson the ash fashionable ashlonable ashlonable ¬
lonable grocer of Pittsburg for cruelty crueltjto cruelt crueltto crueltyto
to animals Stevenson bad a largo dis display dlspia1 display ¬
play in his window in the center centerwhich of ofwhich ot otwhich
which was a aglus la beehive with live bes besinside be beInside beinside
inside Inside so that their operations were v vi vibin i j jble lble
ble bleYesterday Yesterday afternoon a man Mn who clajm clajmed cI clajmed m med
ed to be an authority on bees pacing pacingthe Pft PttIng PttIngthe lng lngthe
the store was horrified at the sigh sight He Hedeclared Hedeclared Hedeclared
declared that the bees could no n work workthat workthat workthat
that way without exercise and t t3at at they theywould the thewould theywould
would slowly die an awful deafch dea if the thedid they
did not have a chance to t movjt mov about aboutThe ftboutThe aboutThe
The Humane Society lookrdip lookNl up the mat matter mattel matter ¬ j
ter and found he was corratt corr 1 They The no notified notlted notIted ¬
tified Stevenson that he jouM i ould have to tosend tosend tosend
send the bees to the coutjry cou fry tr for exercise exerciseand exercisennd exerciseand
and he agreed to coraay com y with their de deFine demand demand ¬
mand mandFine I IFine
Fine Floral WoriyiopAll Work Work4j lor All Occasions OccasionsDecorations OceadonsDecoratJons OccasionsDecorations
Decorations for Beddings 3eddIngs eddlngs a specialty
Choicest flowers Artistic artlstle tistIc effects reason reasonCampbell reasonable reasonable
able prlC S ter 14th I Phone illG illGCampbell 5116Campbell
Campbell jc Ryder Successors to tor toW tow
W C Motz blot ThRir n r rr Motto Exclusiveness Exolushen 5s
1MINAI RfJINAt KNOWS KNOWSEe SiX SiXHe
He Ee T Talked el With Presidential PresidentialCandidates Plcs PresidentialCandidates llential llentialCandidates
Candidates Here HereBETTEE HereBETTER lleieBETTER
BETTER STRIVE FOE FORHEA HEAVEN HEAVENOnly HEAVENOnly YEN YENOnly
Only One Can Win In Presidency and andIlls nndlib andills
Ills Days Dns Are Fall of Care Ca e But In InRace inRncc inRace
Race for Immortal Glory All 11 May 3IayBe MayBe iaT iaTBe
Be Successful SuccelsfnlTells Tells of Scene in inhome lahome InI
home I tome When Pope Was Chosen ChosenBaltimore OltosenBaltimore ChosenBaltimore
Baltimore Md > Oct 7 7Tbat That K te better betterto 1Iettwto betterto
to devote ones energies to tie future futurestate naureMate futurestate
state in heaven than to run for the Prest Prestdonce Pr Prdence Prnddeuce
deuce of the United States was one of ofthe ottlte ofthe
the striking incidents of the sermon by byCardinal bTCardinal byCardinal
Cardinal Gibbons at the Cathedral today todayHis todayHis todayHis
His Eminence said saidAlthough saJduAlthou saidAlthough
uAlthou Although two years will w l elapse before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the next election el tion there are already rea4 sev several ccvoral ev everal ¬
eral prospective pros Uve candidates candWat In the seW flefclOne AeWOne seWOne
One evening a few month montM ago in Wash Washington WMbl Washington ¬
ington l ton I 1 had the honor of conversing conversingseparately CO conversingseparately ven1ns ven1nsseparately
separately with six distinguished states statesmen 8tatMmen statesmen ¬
men all of whom are available candidates candidatesfor caadldatearoc candidatesor
for or the Presidency I found them all in ina 1ftree Ina
a receptive ree pUve mood and any one of them themin themIn themin
in my m judgment would fill the office with withcrpdit withcr withcrpdlt
crpdit cr 411t to t himself and with honor to his hiscountry Idscountry Idacountry
country
Must Iust Use Vituperation VituperationEvery VituperationEvery ltuI1er tJon tJonEyery
Every candidate that Is to be nomi nominated nominated nominated ¬
nated will leave no stone unturned untu to toinsure toinsure toinsure
insure his victory All the candidates will willbe wJIIbe willbe
be compelled to stand on the pillory to tobe tobe tobe
be lashed with the scourge of vitupera vituperation vituperation vituperation ¬
tion Their ThelrfamlJ family records will be besearched besearched besearched
searched and all their shortcomings and andthose andthOlleol andthose
those thOlleol of their forefathers will be laid laidbare laidbare laidbare
bare And It the record is not dark darkenough darkenough darkenough
enough it will be blackened by the brush brushof brushof brushof
of calumny calumnyThe calumn calumnThe calumnyThe
The Presidential candidates know from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the very outset that only one of them will willbe wiltbe Willbe
be successful and that all the others will willbe wtnbe Willbe
be defeated and all their efforts thrown thrownaway throWftaR thrownaway
away aR AH 11 run but only one reeelveth the theprize theprize theprize
prize prizeBut prizeBut prizeBut
But the candidates for the immortal immortalglory ImmortalgJory Immortalglory
glory can sJr It be victorious if they make makeproper maJteproper makeproper
proper exertions et tlons The victory of one does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not involve the defeat of others othersHonor othersHonor othersHonor
Honor a Temporary One OneThe Onethe One9he
< the The auccessful candidate for the Prod Presidency Pr Proddeey l ldency ¬
dency enjoys his honors only for four fourshort tourshort fourEhjr
short Ehjr years after which he retires to the theobscurity theobscurity theObecurity
obscurity of private life But the candi candidate candldate candidate ¬
date for heavenly honors Inherits on eter eternal eternal eternal ¬
nal recompense They indeed receive a acorruptible acorruptible acorruptible
corruptible crown we an Incorruptible Incorruptibleone
one Your joy no man shall slu ll take from fromyou tromou fromyou
you ou
youPresidential Presidential honors even while they theylast theylast theylast
last are full of cares ca = s and anxieties The Themore Themore Themore
more precious the crown the more heav heavenly 11OOvenl besvenly ¬
enly enl It presses on the brow of him that thatwears thatears thatwears
wears ears it It Uneasy lies the head that wears wearsa
a crown The c cves ires Ies even of a Pope are arepoorly arepoorb arepoorly
poorly pompeniUd compem t d by the splendor of a atiara atiara atiaia
tiara tiaraAnd
And I myself m scl can testify tesUl for I was wasan wasan wasan
an eyewitness e ew1tness of the scene which hlch I do doscribe doscribe doscribe
scribe I can bear witness that Cardinal CardinalSarto CardInalSarto CardinalSarto
Sarto Patriarch of Venice now Pius X Xwhen Xwhen Xwhen
when he saw that he was vaB threatened with withthe withthe withthe
the burden of the Papacy with tears in inhis inhis inhis
his eyes made a moat earnoat and pa pathetic pathetic pathetis ¬
thetic appeal to his colleagues to be re relieved relieved TOlieved ¬
lieved from the yoke too heavy het for him himto himto himto
to bear bearThe bearThe bearThe
The Largest Lnrge t Line of Red Re t Drown BronrnYellow DrownYe BrotvnYellow
Yellow Ye loW and Alice Blue sapphires sa phlres In In1a3h1nton Inhifl5Q
Washington hifl5Q 12 lZH Pa aYe nw
BJOENSONS SON SON SONIN IN JAIL JAILNorwegian ThThNorwegian
Norwegian Tourist Beats Up Editor EditorWhen EdltorVlcn EditorWhen
When Character la Assailed AssailedChicago ABlnilcc1Cblcago ilssnilcdChicago
Chicago Oct 7 7Arreted Arrested on the charge chargeof chargeof chargeof
of assault u with Intent to do bodily injury injurywid InjUIjand lnjryand
and thrown into site a feulstneiilng f8utsmem cell eellqn eellqnthe on onthe onthe
the first day of his arrival In Chicago Chicagowas Cbleagowas Chicagowas
was the fate of ErHnger Sjornaon Sjornaontwentyrtx BJouontWentflx Biorneontwentysix
twentyrtx years old a son of Hjilmar HjilmarX If almar almar1iorh mar mar1fJorh
X 1fJorh jorih BJornson BJorn the th celebrated Norwe Norwegian xorwen Norwegian ¬
gian n poet and author authorThe authorThe uthorTIle
The young g man Is touring America Am rlca with witha
a eofnfMUtion niGG Julius J t1 Relmer tw twen twentynine twentynineyears mynlne mynlneyear yBine yBineof
year of ace also 1 of Norway lecturing on onNorway onita airerway
Norway its people penp e and their habits isaWtsWIrea
Wbea WIrea arrested arreat the two men were tre beat beatlee aetJ
lee g A J 1 B B Lange L editor of the ScandlR ScandlRNorwegian Sca Scaudhia dl dlNCMPeaft
a Norwegian newspaper The Tt assault It OB OBInge DBJAng onJasnge
Inge followed a most sensational attack attackI attMk8ft attackSn
I Mt the characters eharac en of the young OU tourists touristsby touristslIT tourIstsby
by Lan Lange e In hit hI newspaper newspaperKENTUCKY Jlewspa newspaperKENTUCKY r rKENTUCKY
KENTUCKY PETTD1FMAI PETTD1FMAIIlIIVnrtln FEUDATALUa1lllnrtln
IlIIVnrtln Faction FaetJ n Excliangc l Six Slxt 51xt Sixty
t t > Shots at Short Hanprc HanprcW IlanseW1t1te1ua ItangeWbttesu
W W1t1te1ua Wbttesu ltes > urg Ky Oft t 7 1111 lit another anotherdesperate aaotMliNtJeratc anotherdesperate
desperate battle tHe between betwefta Mrrrben rrbenI of the theHaltMartin ueKaJtart1a thelallartIa
HaltMartin factions at a Llted tiger oPT on oaBearer onJhan onheaver
Bearer Creek last night John 11111 < HI1 jr jrwas Jrwas 1
was tnsrantly funfy rated and Tandy Martin Martinwas Martinwas
was severely ty wounded Fully sixty IIIxty1ft1e sht shtwere fctp fctpwere I
were exchanged at etefce rang raJ and k kwas ftwaaremarkable Itmci
was waaremarkable remarkable th that only oei ne was klBeg klBegJoe JecJoe kJfl kJflee
Joe ee Hall leader of the Hall faction re receatly re reretura racatiy
ceatly returned retura d from 011I Louisville where be bepurchased liepardltwd hepmclassed
purchased 390 3 rifle rI and a quantity of ofiHawuntioB ofWI1U ofasaunitloa
iHawuntioB WI1U and last nJght was the diet Cratttme ftntdine diettime
dine anyof the Martin fact raeleD ten had Tea ventured Teati yenVIised ¬
tured from tr I their Ut tr retreat in three weeks weeksStorms weekLMQB weeksMOB
MOB AWED BY Mlll MILITIA MILITIAStorms lA lAz lAStorJ11S
z
Storms Jail Ja 1 but Is Driven DrivenAway Driyenwity DriveiiA1S
Away wity From Police Station Station2fE StatiollNEGRO StatioiiNERO
2fE NEGRO rRO OTHBIED mJItitIBDTO TO ATLASfTAl ATLASfTAlMacon ATLANTA ATLANTAJacon ATLANTAMacon
Macon Authorities Save Slayer of ofTwo ofTwo ofTwo
Two Prominent Citizens from fromI fromLyncI1InFntlWr fromLynchingFather
I LyncI1InFntlWr ynel insr Fatlfcer of One On of the theVictims t11eYlctlmlt theVictims
Victims Plead ivlth 111 Mob lob to Let Letthe Lettbe Letthe
the Law Take Its Course CourseMaeon CourseYMNI CourseMn
Maeon Ga LQet < Oct zAAiter a P night of oftenor ortenw oftmiar
tenor tenw a 0j qtIIetSuMllay quiet et Sunday eaMC to Macon aeonto Maceuwi Maconawing
awing wi to > the U presence of the State troops troopswto troops1fIIo troopswhe
wto guarded the jail and police station stationte
te prevent a recurrence of the attempt attemptto attemptto1JweIa
to to1JweIa lynch the negro who hut night shot shotW Motw shotW
W G Solomon and X A G Adams two twoml twoat twoat
at the moat prominent young men in the thecity tlkdty tb tbdt3
city Besides 35iA the strong guards kept at atthe attM atthe
the prisons patrols trotr of troops were scat scattered xatteftd scattared ¬
tered about the t city to prevent crowds crowdsThe crowdsC crowdsThe
C I UJM UJMtile
The riot IHCKB at If oclock last night nightad nigtatIII nightieaebed
ad reached fcs kellmax climax at I oclock thIs tlt tltwbeft thIsasids thteisjanalMs
isjanalMs when the meir stormed the jail jailtMaktaaf JKtIt jailtbii
tMaktaaf t tbii the negro who shot the young youngHHM IBCwu youngma
HHM was confined there The mob mobsmashed RIObtile b bhed
smashed hed the Jail 11 doors wit wita tit aieGge aieGgepj MQIePJtf4 sieeuaa sieeuaano
no tlos bsi bsisoP MQIec
PJtf4 pj tvtry 19 soP soPJohn hv tfctfr tfctfrthe 1Ittktile c
the ftegra ftegraJohn OOc OOcJolm
John C Green and Ben BenJa1ailr BenJa1ailrNew jamdr 4S Gt GtNew yi r rHew
New York ork capitalist caPitalta now under Federal Federalsentencd Pedea1s Pcde1sentence
sentence s for frauds hi bazfeor work at atSavannah atSavauah atvaflnab
Savannah vaflnab Ia connection with wit Capt Ober Oberna OberIlea ObezfltiJL
Ilea fltiJL na 9L Carter Were in tUJIID j jaR B when to kenned was wasstormed as asstormed
stormed enned It Is denied de Iec however er by United UnitedStates UaltedStat Uniteditatel
States Stat Marshal White that they tlleytoulld tlleytoulldtbem8eifta found foundthemselves foundthelvts
themselves released by the mob and chose choseto cbeeeto choseto
to remain rather rat Jer than escape escapeaftirshal escapeMrshal pe peXarsltal
aftirshal White and two of his deputies deputieswere deputiesIn deputieswere
were in the Jail before the entrance was wasgateoa wasaJHI was1n
gateoa 1n and were in charge cha ef the two twoFederal two1M1wDers twoF4erM
Federal prisoners in time te remove them themand tbetnand timseand
and find Dd a a more quiet place uutttVorner uutttVornerwas vatlterderwas der derWU
was restored e8 Both men were appre apprehensive alpreheIa apprebesisirs ¬
hensive of soriotM no danger at the outset outsetand 01dletand oatand
and for their safety they were w carried carriedaway can1edaway caviledaway
away
Prisoners Set Free FreeSeveral FreeSneral FreeSeveral
Several white men confined eon De4 in the Jail Jailon Jailout
on charges of murder were released and andone aJHIODe andone
one negro was shot shot but not killed Not Notfinding NutftIIdIac Notisdtng
finding the prisoner who ho did the snoot snoottag Sl18Ottbe enactbig
tag the crowd then reorganised rapidly rapidlyand rapidlyaad rapidlytuid
and started toward the city hall and andthe andtbe andthe
the police station As they started up Cot Cotton Cottoa Cotton ¬
ton avenue they the were met by the father fatherof fatherat fatherci
of young Adams who pleaded with the themen themen themen
men to disband and give ve up their mad modhunt madIDL madhauL
hunt IDL He asked that the law be allowed allowedIs
1 1 take its course but the crowd re refused n nna rofused ¬
fused to listen tc him himAfter hJmAner himAfter
After considerable delay de three com companies companies cornpeaks ¬
panies with 1tk a a total enrollment of ninety ninetymen ninetymen ninetymen
men had responded to the riot call which whichbad wttIehbad whichhad
bad been sent in an hour earlier earlierMilitia earUerzmutla earlierMilitia
Militia Wan nH Ready ReadyThe Rend RendThe ReadyThe
The failure of the militia to anewer answerpromptly anewerprnmiKly anewerpromptly
promptly caused much discussion la Ma Macon Macon Macon
con this morning fKDi and it is aW that this thiswas tJaawu thiswad
was probabiy due to the fact that Mr MrSolomon 1IrSokNnott MrSolomon
Solomon was one of the most popular popularmilitary popularmilitary popular popularmilitary
military officers in the city When the themob themob thenieb
mob reached the police station that place placewas placewas placewas
was well guarded by b troops and no at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt was made to stoma stonnSeveral stomaSeveral stormSeveral
Several of the rioters were re arrested but butin butIn batin
in every case the mob forced their re release re releAS releast ¬
lease leaseSolomon leastSoluson
leASSol
Solomon Sol non > and Adams were ere shot while whilewith whilewith hlle hlle1th
with 1th two young youn women at the fair fairgrounds fairgrounds
I grounds The negro shoved one of f the theyoung theI theyoung
I young youn women and when remonstrated remonstratedwith remoDBtratet1with remonstratedwith
with by the young OUnE men pulled out his re revolver revoIver revolver ¬
volver and shot them themLate Ut themLate < m mLate
Late this afternoon the negro Was wuSR1U wassmuggled Wassmuggled
smuggled SR1U 1ed out of the police station put on ona ona ona
a train and sent to Atlanta Jail JailNINE jailNTh jaILNINE
NINE NTh DIE IN ITALIAN WRECK WRECKTrain WREOKTrain WRECKTrain
Train Derailed While Running at atHlBh atIIIJh atHIgh
HlBh Speed in Fog FosrRente Fo FoReme FogRome
Rome Oct 7 7The The wreck reck this morning morningof morningot
of an express train near Placrsea in innorthern innerthern Innorthern
northern Italy caused the death of nine ninepersons ninepersons ninepersons
persons ana the serious injury of sixty sixtyfive slxtyflft sixtyfive
five The train was dandled dan led while run running running runniag ¬
ning at high speed in a heavy hca fog The Thepassengers Thepll5 Thepassengers
passengers pll5 engers were wildly wUdl panicstricken panicstrickenand
and man many of the casualties were due to tothe tothe tothe
the mad efforts of passengers to escape escapefrom escftpefrom pc pcfrom
from the cars carsE ot1SE carsE
E H Snyder t Co Tailors 1111 Pa PaAve PnAY PaAye
Ave AY Invite Inspection of their exclusive exclusiveimportations exclusivehnport exclusiveimportations
importations hnport tIona of fall and winter suitings suitingsAll
All 11 Depositors Draw D nw the Same Rate Rateof Rateor Rateof
of interest in banking bankln dept of Union Unioncheck UnIonTrust UnionTrust
Trust Co HH F st st Deposits Deposits subject to tocheck tocheck
check at will Savings accounts invited invitedDiamond invItedDlnmoncls invitedDiamonds
Diamond Rubles and Sapphires SappuiretiAt
At less than cost of Importation F FWarren FVarren FWarren
Warren Johnson 1224 Pa ave nw
1 Harpers Ferry and Martinsliarsrj Jnrtln81JnrSU3
133 U3 Berkeley Springs fS Cam Cumberland Camberland j
berland and Return RctnrnFrom ReturnFrom ReturnFrom
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Cumberland C mberlan 6 6 Berkeley Springs 7 Mar Martlnsburg Martinsburg Martlnsburg
tlnsburg S and Harpers Ferry 840 p m In mi4S
48 4825 to California CaliforniaVia CallfornlnIn CaliforniaVia
Via In WashingtonSunset Route Personj Personjally Person Perona1b Personnib
ally conducted excursion c C11rston sleeping car carwithout ca caIthoutchsl1ge care carete1thoutchnnge
without Ithoutchsl1ge change Berth 850 850 50 A A J Pos Postori Paston Postori
tori Gen n Agt 511 Pa ave 705 TO 15th stnv 5tmy
CH CHARGEONCAPITAL CHARGEONCAPITALSpaiiisliAinerican RGE UN CAPITAl CAPITAlSIJallishAJlleric
SpanishAmerican n War Men MenComing MenConling Meno3uiTll
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TOMORROW IB BIG DAY DAYCandidates DAYCandicl DAYCandidate
Candidates Candicl tesfor to 9The e < Have In InHamilton Instrncte InstrncthQi1flijei
strncte strncthQi1flijei ele ele1I1111l1ton e eilaniliton
Hamilton Ward of Buffalo Has Sup Snnport Support Support
port of Several States StatesParades Parades and andBuMineHS andBu andfluidness
fluidness Bu lnells Meetings 3Icotlii BeKiii Tumor TumorroTT TomorrowThe TumorroTIie
roTT rowThe The First Will VJlI Be in the theArmory theArnlory theArmory
Armory at 9 oclock 0Cloak1Intertaln 0Cloak1IntertalnmentA oCiock1ntcrtainmeats IBntextaln IBntextalnmcntA
meats Proriilad Pro idQd for Visitor VisitorPreeaeel YJSftOIIIPre VhritorsProspects
Preeaeel Pre peetIJ favor a a large attendance of ofveterans orY ofveterans
veterans Y of the SpanishAmerican war warwhose warwboee warwhose
whose third annual 1 encampment begins beginshi beginsSn s sht
hi 1ashragUMt W3 This morning Incom Incoming Inc Incomlag l lIItf ¬
lag trains yesterday brought delegates delegatesfrom delegatesfrom delegatesfrom
from air aI pans part of the country and the thearrivals thearrtroll thearrivals
arrivals today promise plo lise to exceed those thoseof thoseof
of yesterday yesterdayUniformed iestrdayUniformed
01UIdCormed
Uniformed organizations parading paradingPennsylvania p1 ptradlngPennajivanla radlllg radlllgp
Pennsylvania p avenue a ue from the railroad railroadstations milrlJadcatton railroadstations
stations yesterday 7 fat most cases haded headedby hadedJ hadedby
by bands gaily plt dressed and energetically energeticallyapplying energeticallya energeticallya71ug
applying a themselves t t to their instruments instrumentsgave Instrum inatrumeritsgave IIts IItsp
gave p that great thoroughfare a go gala la ap appearance ap ape apTIM npiieaznce ¬
pearance pearanceThe iieaznceThe e
The Avenue ftJI1Ie and adjacent streets str f tg are aroappropriately aTaapMOJW areappropriately
apMOJW appropriately decorated with flags ft p bunt bunting bunthIg buntIng ¬
ing and streamers men and hearty welcomes welcomesto
to the visftors are expressed in forms formsthat formstbat formsthat
that are characteristic of the National NationalCapital X NationalCapital a UQR1 UQR1Capital
Capital CapitallnJor
Major Bean Wa Was First FirstThe Pirst1Ite FirstThe
The art of the delegates to an anise Inte in intown Intown
town te was iU as SiaJ 1 B BS S Bean Beaa commander tI6er of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Department of California who with withMrs withMa 1th 1tha
Mrs Bean a prominent member of the theAuxiliary theA1L theAuxiliary
A1L Auxiliary liary reached the Capital Friday FridayShortly Frida FridaSbortIy FrIdayShortly
Shortly after Little ttle Rhody solitary solitarydelegate stlltaodelelate solitaryComrade
delegate Comrade e Lake was registered registeredat reg15tf ed edat
at the Regent and so the two extreme extremeof flXtrftM8oC
of the continent were the first to meet meetSaturday meetSatvnlay meetSaturday
Saturday evening was marked by the thearrival thearrival thearrival
arrival of Maj Harold C Megrew of ofIndiana ofbadiana ofIndiana
Indiana past national nation d communderln communderlnchief commandElncbW commanderInchief
cbW chief S S W V accompanied by Cutpt CutptGuy CqLGu7 CaptGuy
Guy A A Boyle publisher of the Spanish SpanishWar Sp SpnlshWar ilsh ilshWar
War Journal and post national adjutant adjutantgeneral adjutmtKUen adjutantgeneraL
general It was Maj Megrew who ho act acting actlaS iCtlug ¬
laS la his official capacity capa It mustered musteredin
in Comrade Theodore Th re Roosevelt Roo at the theWhite theWll4e theWhite
White House when the President joined joinedthe joinedMt joinedthe
the order orderThe orderThe orderThe
The forerunner for runner of the big Ohio Io dele deiegatio dlietUo delegnt1ot
gatio tUo arrived arrtv Saturday noon te the N < per person person ¬
son of Comrade Harry H trTY H Neiigh eigh of ofTlmn ofntftn ofrlmn
Tlmn delegateatlnrge Last night came camethe emetile camethe
the special train from Cleveland bear bearlag earthe bearlag >
lag the rest of the Buckeye B eYe State rep representatives representatives ¬ i iresetltativa
resentatives headed by Command Commandcrtn CommandcrtnOtiet CoinmandrInqtet cr4n cr4nCfaef
Cfaef Charles R ililkr Mile and Adj Gen Genhades Geny Gesv
hades v y 7Shrwood 7ShrwoodNew Sherwood SherwoodIferr rwood rwoodNe1T
New Ne1T Y York k En ntlll Two Delegations DelesationaFrom DcleJationsFrom DelegationsFrom
From the New York department departmi l1t came cametwo eamftwo cametwo
two detachments d one from the metrop metropolis metrDJolla nhetropoIls ¬
olla and another from fr < 1m the th western A stern part partOf partof
Of the State 300 Frcng The New W York YorkCity YerkCity rk rkCity
City contingent cont t was beaded by Depart Department Dpl1tment Dpartinent ¬
ment Commander Frank Keel wiiiie wiiiieamcng willieamen widleamcng
amcng < the cemradts from Rochester RochesterBuffalo RochesterBuffalo RochesterBuffalo
Buffalo and Niagara iagarJ Falls w wrc r Past PastDepartment PMtDepartmeat PhstDepartment
Department Commander C A Simmons Simmonsand Siramonsand illmonsand
and Hamilton HamtJtonoard Ward oard who 10 Is New Yorks Yorkscandidate Yorkscandidate Yorkscandidate
candidate for the th position of commander corrmanderinchlef commanderInehicf commanderInchief
inchlef inchlefAnother InchiefAnother
I Another important delegation dele ation < which whl h ar arrived 81I arilved ¬
I rived about noon yesterday est rday was that from fromChicago fromI fromChicago
I Chicago including those from Illinois IllinoisWisconsin Illinoisi IlUnolsWisconsin
i Wisconsin Minnesota Indiana and other otherdepartments orherII otherdepartments
departments With these th e was another anothercandidate anothereaadklate anothercandidate
II candidate for national honors hono FonorsQen FonorsQenOSOtge Gen GenGeorge n nOeorie
George M Moulton of Illinois who has hasannounced basa hasannonteed
a announced ced his candidacy as commander commanderincaief commanderinenlef < ommandfti
i incaief incaiefAs inemefi
i As A these icIc t Ccsations nations auons arrived they were weremet wereI weremat
I met at the fictions by a a 1 uniformed escort escortand tSl escortand ort ortaai
and band rrevidifc rrovid by bi b tie local comrades comradesspecial comraAlesI comradesspecial
I special l attention being paid to the visiting visitingladies visitingladies 1sltingladJes
ladies who will be entertained by the tbeTOctrbent tbolQtrt thentrtrs
TOctrbent tn of the Mary A Babcock and andEdith andttb andE
Edith E ttb K Roosevelt Auxiliaries Mrs s Ida Ida1L Idait
1L 11 Galloway president and by the la ladies ladiesof ailesof < 3ies 3iesof
of the National Lineal Society Soclet Mrs E E V VHodgson VHodpo1 VHodgeon
Hodgson supreme chief ruler A goodly goodlyportion goodlyportion goodlyportion
portion of the entertainment during this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week is devoted to the ladies ladiesAli ladiesItU
Ali ItU day yesterday the delegations con continued continued 00 00tlnuetl ¬
tinued to arrive Russell B Harrison de department de depArtment dopertinent ¬
partment commander er of Indlaru gt in inabout Inabout inabout
about noon with a delegation instructed instructedin
in favor of riamllton Ward for com commandermchief coinmanderhncheL 011I 011Iman
mandermchief mandermchiefCharles man manderhncheLCharles terhtcbleL terhtcbleLCharis <
Charles F Sberwcod national adjutant adjutantgeneral adjutanteaeral adjutantgeneral
general was also among yesterdays yestprda s ar arrivals arrlval8 arrivals ¬
rivals and immediately opened up head headquarters h headquarters ad adquarten ¬
quarters at the Ijjbbitt bitt next door to the theNew theNe theNew
New Ne York headauarters He brought broughtwith broughtwith broughtwith
with him thirty thl delegates from Cleveland Clevelandwhile CI Clevelandwhile velaJMl velaJMlwhile
while those from Toledo Cincinnati Cincin ati and andother aftdotber andother
other Ohio points as well as those from fromMichigan froulMtchlpn fromMichigan
Michigan came in witb CommanderIn CommandermCbief CommanderInChi CommanderInChief
Chief Chi Miller tller who arrived arrh shortly short I before beforemldnlsht befvemlht befemidnight
midnight mlhtNew midnightNew mldnlshtNew
New Jersey Jer y was resissented ted with nine ninedelegates nmdelegates ninadelegates
delegates with several several more to follow followThese foUaw foUawrrhee followThese
These aligned themselves under und r New NewYorks NewYortt NewYorks
Yorks Yortt banner as did several delegates delegatesfrom delega delegatesfront tal talfrom
from Massachusetts wsaehu etbs and others from fromnectlcut fromnectlcut fromnacticut
nectlcut nectlcutIt nectlcutIt
It wa wu Jete in l1M the afternoon wher wherIllinois wherIllinois wherIllinois
Illinois deiee delegation tion headed he8de4bt by b Past Pastroamlcr Pasmander Pastmander
mander Moulton arrived They were werecorted WetJcorted wertcorted
corted from the train to tbe IbhStt ibklttin B Bin BIn <
in fine style And created qMt qgttst qgttsttheir quhtheir a ab abtheir
their arrival They The apened ape ed edIn heispIn uejyftjpi uejyftjpiIn
In thi th BbbItt directly opposite ts tsNow tlie tlieNew tha thaNew
New York TorkOhio YOtkOhio YorkOhio
Ohio Contingent Contin ent Welcomeili WelcomeiliDepartment WelcomeiLDepartment VelccmeilDepartment
Department Commander Shroder ShroderOhio ShroderOhio ShrodesOhio
Ohio arrived during the course ot otafternoon 0atern atafternoon
afternoon atern n and was quickly welCh wcl wclwithin i iwithin t twithin
within the folds of Ctie the New York Yorkgatton Yorkgtton Yorkgstlon
gatton It waa u announced ann UftCed that Mir JrIirta v vta i ita
ta Wisconsin Oklahoma oklabOu and 1 Iwere 1were L Lwere
were on the way WIth J3B 1 delegate delegatethis c1 delegatcrthis legatc legatcthis
this added interest to the situation situationMajor situationIajor situationMajor
Major W V H Davis Dan Department Departmentmander Departmentmander Departmentmander
mander of Pennsylvania was the ne nerival nerlV1 nerival
rival and was quickly followed by byH b bH byH
H H Stansfttid Sttms ld Commander of the D Dment Dment Dment
ment of Illinois who opened neadqt headquon j s son i ion
on the same floor as the New Tort 1 1gatlon u ugation t tbatioU
gation batioUFrom gatlonFrom gationFrom
From far Oklahoma Ok1 hcmta came Comrads ComradsBonhannon C CBonhannoo i iBonhannon
Bonhannon of Muflkpgec il and an Car Carl fa faschue 1ei 1eischue t tschue
schue of Oklahoma City who ar arIng are re a aing M Ming
ing the th latter place for n nut xt year yearlional ycattional s stional
tional encampment encampmentMassachusetts encampmentMassachusetts neamItmentlIasS
Massachusetts lIasS cbU8etts opened headquart headquartroom headquartroom headquartroom
room 9t Ebbitt House Ifo and SOOT SOOTNew soorNew sootNew
New York to understand 1I efstaad that it in into into Into
to support the candidate of the J JStntc JState IState
State State Hamilton Ward for Count CountinChief 01 01InCl 1 1InChief
InChief InChiefTfce InCl inChiefTitespecial 1eC 1eCDhespeclal
Tfce Dhespeclal special train from rom New Ycrk bear beark bearlq hearilZ
k lq Department pommander Commander Major r Frank FranJcCOJOTINUED FnutkCO FrankCOhINUEDON
COJOTINUED CO COhINUEDON XUED OX O KLJVKTlI BLSVlKmi ixviiruI PAGE PAGEWinter PGBJ
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j I Winter Tours to California CaliforniaThe CnUfornlaThe CaliforniaThe
The Southern Railway will operate via viaJanm viaWashingtonSunset viaWashingtonSunset
WashingtonSunset route three threpersonAlly hlbelass hlbelasspersonally
personAlly conducted tours h to Caltfonlla CaltfonllaJanW IIICOea1aJan
Janm Jan fd Feb 7 March tn 1J7 Steeping SIeetfIRCdlnlrAg Steepingdlnhrig SteeB4i g gdinirfg
dinirfg club observaafin car cars anty Attractive Attractiveitlnjferajy AUnudveItlI tet1veltirderrx
itlnjferajy ItlI ltirderrx i eratl Inquire HI iUla Pa ave avei 11th st st stC
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