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Time aiicl Careif Care Maiiage MaiiageMatters Mall Mallagciiieiit age agement
ment eec1efe Says SaysMAGOON SaysM4WOON
MAGOON TB4fflIIT HT MAN MANlllttters MAN2i1tt
Matters 2i1tt ters Progr ploglIing ing Favorably FavorablyWhen FavorablyVhen FavorablyWhen
When HeJfc Heyft lie lift the Island IslandStill Islandstill
Still Jinny 4lnn CJaienrtingr Faction FactionAVhluh FnctionKI FnctionVliIu1t
AVhluh I lp l Must 13 Reconciled Before BeforePonce DeforePonce BeforePence
Ponce Is Asstred AssFdSns AsedSny Say lIe Would WouldiiKs Wouldikf Wouldto
iiKs ikf to Getwnto Getillto Political Cons Consjialgra Cairo CairoJ1nilfnCnmcW CarnpnlgnCnmey
jialgra J1nilfnCnmcW pnlgnCnmey Cameiby > Train Instead of ofDolphin ofDoh ofDoljjJinFluui
Dolphin Doh DoljjJinFluui hlnPlm Pluxs Arc Upset UpsetFSnf Up3etI Up3etP
FSnf i pUa P and careful manage management musgeniL ge geIIItItt ¬
ment are thetfiree tbcsrec rec essential HAUs1a required to tobrine tot tobThI
bThI brine about t Satisfactory atiufitctory tisfa tOQ adjustment of ofaffairs ofaIfatn 61affairs
affairs In h C ci is the view of Secretary SecretaryTaft SecretaryTatt ScreryTaft
Taft The t of these is I readily grant granted granted granted ¬
ed and ad in n opinion of the chief of the theWar theTar theWar
War Tar Depajment De e t Gov Magoon can b bcounted be beeouaMcl becountOd
counted lira to supply the other two to tothe to1M totbe
the ftaieatf fIextenL fIextenLThe xtent xtentThe XlefttTIM
The Sectary tar arrived in Washington Washingtonshortly Washhigtonshdrly WashlngtonII
shortly II afir 4r r midnight together with Mrs MrsTaft MrsTft
Taft Tan Aafftam A Aataflt tant Secretary retary of State Bacon BaconMrs BaconIrs BaconMu
Mrs Mu Bo4 Bajp Gen Fuoston Capt Wright WrightLtevt lr WrtgktLlet t tuet
Ltevt ijSrsball drshaII I and several others othersDe otlMrsDeIpI othersJ
J De DeIpI DihIs plf his hard trip which included a astormyjfoyage astorDQ aTh
Th storDQ storzuyjoyage stormyjfoyage 0a5e up the coast in the battle battleship battlbIIsJana bittI bittIassip
ship Ijlt5lana Litsiana IIsJana and a sudden transfer at atHajuplfQ atHpp atH3npfl
HajuplfQ Hpp H3npfl D Roads ROads from the tbe Dolphin u U > the thetrain thetJ thetrim
train trim raich ldch brought them to the city cI the theSecrejfry theSecnr theseereirr
Secrejfry Secnr seereirr Q was wa in excellent spirits and andshown aftdsbow and8hQW1
shown sbow no np 4 gns of fatigue fatigueHata raUUeH fatigueHfiaa
Hata H Hfiaa reluctant to discus cue5 Cuban mat matter matteN mattare ¬
ter teN wefore efore he had seen the President Presidentbut Prnldentbut PreadentbW
but fie 4d d state in general ueeral terms Ida bisvieWof Idaof MavIe4of
vieWof vIe4of of Ute sltuaUec sltuaUecJ sdtaqUenHaM ltuUenI
J I HHH Faith in Cuba CubaThave Cuba1aa Cubaiiai
iiai Thave 1aa the utmost faith hi n the future futureof futurehe futureotPuba
otPuba of Jbttta he said and I have nave an abld abiding abldlIepe abldluj ¬
luj ing hone that all will wflteDd end quietly and andwni andOf andwJfl
wni wJfl Of course It takes time and patience patienceu paUenceaid patienceam
am u aid d careful management eme t to brtng order orderajit onIercit orderc4t
cit el the moss DU m that baa been created createdbr createdt createdtbl
br tote t tbl she weeks wt revolution but I am amdonvhice amto amoavMcad
to donvhice TIIIcM that tba this th will be accomplished accomplishedto
to the th satisfaction ti facdon of all concerned concernedX ocerned ocernedI
I X feel es sure Gov Go Magoon wilt Ul prove proveto preveto proveto
to be the tb right lptman1n Igbt man hi the right place placeand placeuud pace pacep
p and under his control o oitrot trol the situation will willrapidly Willrnp Willrn
rnp rn rapidly dT improve When w wbenJ I left th the island islandmatters Islandmat Islandrnat
mat matters were re progress p proreaelig very satisfac satisfactorily satJa1act satisfactorfl ¬
torily torilyTbe t torfl torflThe
TIle Secretary eritary went on to paint out that thatthere t Uttre t tthere
there are sill contending factions which whichmust whichm whichrnt
must m be taken into consideration and andpoJHfcal andpalttleal andp3lttIeal
poJHfcal difference and enemities that thatmost tbatmaR thatut
most be reconciled But But in his opinion opinionall oplnonaU opInIonall
all toes aJae difficulties will 111 be overcome overcomeToo overcomeDo overcomePo6
Too Do Busy mcy for Other Matters MattersSeveral MattersSyrai atters atterssrrat
Several other matters that have been beenheld nhfcl beenheld
held uo v pending his return were called calledto calledto calledto
to Mil attention but be said that he had hadbeen INen hadbcei
been 4P busy witn Cuba he had bad no noopportunity noCppOItaAIty nocppertunttr
opportunity for giving proper considera consideration conatderatow cooalderatioa ¬
tow te t anything 7 ytblng else elseWHe eIIIeV1Me eIeVhs
WHe V1Me Vhs Keif ae s i What WItt1 e expected to tolr do doin
in the way of stumpspeaking UI l and political politicalcnrfpalgnmK polIticalcm politicalcnrRn1u
cnrfpalgnmK cm lie he laughed laughed1lntl m < BwnarK Mnarktht zeaarked zeaarkedthst d dthat
that he h supposed ed he wowS have to find findtlraa findtime nd ndtlm
time tlm somewhere for that but no definite definiteplans defialtepbtJas definItepbtna
plans had been made madet madeamdous
t > ie t anxious inquirer put the direct directquestion directquutton directquutIe
question to the Secretary if he would be bethe bethc bethe
the next President of the United States Statesor
or it tf President pre t ent Roosevelt Roo would ould accept acce t a athird atlllnl athhil
third term The query q l amused Mr Taft Taftgreatly TaCtgrNt1y Taftgreatly
greatly Between laughs ulls he replied repliedTil repliedTJI repliedTIL
Til answer the first part myself but butI butI butI
I cannot speak for any anyone one but myself I Iam IaPt Iam
am not goto goIng to be the next President PresidentYou Pre PrealdenLYou ldenL ldenLYou
You can fM eet very sure mr of that What Mr MrRoosevelt MrRCJOIIeV8Jt MrRoceeveit
Roosevelt will do I cannot say sa y I am not notauthorised DOtautherlMd notauthorlued
authorised to speak for him himPlans himPlnn himP1nn
Plans Are Upset UpsetI p et
I have a good ood many plans that are arelikely areUkely arcUkely
Ukely to be upset et continued the Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary in discussing the work ork before him himI
I wouM like to get into the campaign if ifpossible IfOtIIIII1fIe Ifpob4e
possible but that will all have to be beworked beworkel beworked
worked out later Jat r I bad intended before beforeI be ore oreI
I r went t U to t Cuba to go out West on a atour atour atour
tour of inspection of the army posts and andat andat andat
at the same time make a number of ofspeeches of5ptOt
speeches 5 5ptOt A whole month has been beentaken beentallen beentaken
taken out of my time time however and so I Ireally Ireall7 Ireally
really do not know where I am I sup supl supIe suplOe
l Ie > ose there are other matters piled up in inmy Inmy Inmy
my office awaking my m time that will tie tieme tieme tieme
me up p still further furtherOutside furtherOu furtherOstide
Outside Ou lkle of the newspaper delegation delegationthe deleg delegationthe tIon tIont
the t he only person to greet eet the Secretary Secretaryand Secretaryand I Iand
and his eompaions at the stakm was his hissecretary bisseentary hissecretary
secretary Fred W Carpenter All mem member membelll mombern ¬
ber belll of the party hurried to their car carriages carriases carriages ¬
riages as quickly as s possible po and drove droveto droveto droveto
to their homes homesThe 1tomesThe homesThe
The sudden change from the Dolphin to tothe totrabt tot
the t train was made because of the heavy heavyios heavyad heavyfog I
fog and disagreeable dl ree weather w lher So much muchunpleasant muchlleuallt muchmeaaut
unpleasant meaaut lleuallt weather had been encountered encounteredat I Iat tat
at sea that all n were anxious to avoid any anymore anymore j imore
more At the same time it was found foundmuch foundmuch foundmuch
much better time could be made by com coming comI cornlug ¬
lug I by rail as the Dolphin could not notfigure notre
1 figure re on reaching Washington aahm on until this thisntwnins this1Iiern1Rt thisiernIng
ntwnins And as the Secretary put it it It1t
AJt 11 were ere anxious to sleep on dry land land4ee lendmore landmore
4ee more moreme morete
me te moreSecretary Secretary will have a conference
tfdt At the President this tb morning and later latera latrmore
a more complete statement will probably
be made
Count C Qnt Bout Given Time to Attend to toMarital tola1ital toMuritnl
Marital Troubles TroublesParis TroublcsParia TroubicsParli
Paris Oct 17 HA A continuance for two twoweeks twoweek8 twoweeks
weeks was wa ordered today of the hearing hearingof
of the s ult lt brought by b the numerous numerouscreditors numerouscreditors numerouseredttor
creditors of Count Don de Castellane Castelianeagainst Castellaneagain Castellaneaalnat
against t tile count This action was taken takento takentq takenq
to q allow tile hearing of the divorce suit suitof suitof
of Countess Anna Gould Casteliane Castelianeagainst Castellaneaglnt
against a her husband to be disposed ed of ofbefore ofbetcre ofbefore
before the clainurof clatrn oC creditors are ad adjusted adjusted adjusted ¬
justed hi court courtMaitre courtMaitre courtMaltre
Maitre Cruppi representing the count counta countagalnt countesa
esa a protested against any financial re responsibility re reSPGAlllbiUty reSPOUbIUty ¬
sponsibility for Bonis debts being laid laidto aIdto laidp
p to 0 the countess He urged an imme immediate Immediate immedlat ¬
diate dlat trial > of the case for the sake of ofthe oftM
the CssteUane children childrenTo ctJlklrenTo childrenTo
To settle settI tbe dispute the court ordered orderedthat orderedthat orderedthat
that an adjournment be taken for two twoweeks twowltit twoweeks
weeks with the understanding that the thedivorce thedivorce thedivorce
divorce case be heard first
Members of Hnrgi fe Faction Charged Chargedwith Ch1rcd1th Cltnrcdwith
with with 1th KIlling Dr Cox CoxLexington CoxLe CoxLedtn
Lexington Le Ky Oct 17 l7Indictments l7Indictmentswere Indictments Indictmentswere
were returned by the Breathitt County Countygrand CountyJrr Countygrand
grand Jury today against qala t Elbert Harfite HarfiteJohn HargtJohn Harg4John
John Smith and IUWIJeha John Abner charging
them with the murder of Dr D B Cox Coxfour CoxfU1r Co Cofuor
four years ago Dr Cox was was shot from fromambush fromambulh frontambush
ambush because he was a friend and ad adviser ndvfJJtr adVipr ¬
viser of the CockrfUs who were in a feud feudwith fowlwith
with the Hargte1 Hargte1Judge HargtaJlIdg HrgW3udg
Judge James Hwrgis the bead of o the t
Iterate llagi fact melon on ha hudready has already been indicted Indictedn1
50 n1 < 1 is i uadt undfr r bond to appear for trial trialWide trialf trialWide
f Wide VicIl Boards 2 Per 100 ft ffLumber ftLumbtr ftLumbor
Lumber Trust Broken Brokenlocy CrokcnL1Ii BrokenLiUjcy
L1Ii LiUjcy locy JC Co 6tb st st and N Y are
For the District of Columbia Columbiaoccasional Columbiaoccasional Columbiaoccasional
occasional rain Thursday and andFriday andFriday andFriday
Friday fresh to brisk northeast northeasterly northeasterlv northeastcrly ¬
erly erlv winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
Dynamite explosion plflbn wrecks Ohio town townkilling townkllIlng townkilling
killing four and injuring 1W l00Pg Pago 1 1Jury IJury 1Jury
Jury gets Standard Oil case casePage Page i iBankers 1Bankers 1 1Bankers
Bankers In convention conventionPage Page 2 2Dr 2 2Dr 2Dr
Dr Brouwer is acquitted acquittedPaso Page 8 8New I INew 3New
New York Central guilty of sugar rebat rebating rebatJngPage rebatIngPage ¬
ing JngPage IngPageMrs Page PageMrs tI tIMrs
Mrs Davis will be buried at Richmond to tomorrow tomorrowPage torn tornmorrowPage ¬
morrow morrowPage Page 7 7Fish 7Fish 7Fish
Fish defeats Harriman in Illinois Contra Contraflsht CQittrlt1shtBftSC ContralfightBege
flsht shtBftSC Bago 8 8Mtesing S SMl 8Missing
Missing Ml slng Havana 1Ie n banker n nr near ar Venezuela VenezuelaPag e 1Mz ez t111l t111lPalN elaPage
Pag Page 9
LOCAL LiOCAISecretaiy LOGALScereul1j LOCALSecretary
Secretary Taft returns fr from m Ctiba CtibaPage CutMlPage CflbaPagel
Page Pagel PagelTreasury 1 1Treaeurj 1TlftUmQ
Treasury officIals probe St Louis Leulsau1t Leulsau1ttre au autreasury sutreasury
treasury tre sury deficit dcftcltPage Page 1 1School 1School 1School
School board dismisses dlsm1 s UJ Supervising Sup SupervieIngPrin SupervieIngPrinolpal rIsing Prin Principal ¬
cipal 1 F H Conteza CordezaPltge CordozaPageGovernor Pag 2 2Govern
G Governor Govern erner r of f Wyoming appeal fr Feder Federal Fed ¬
al 1 troops troo troopsPage Page 2 2AVasBington t 2WLslllngton I <
AVasBington business men will go to toJamestown t toJamestownPage
Jamestown JamestownPage Page 10 10POLITICAL 10 10POLiTICAL J JPOJ
McCarrens defection a blow to Hiiartt Hiiarttj H HivstPage
j Page 3 3Speaker 3Speaker
Speaker Spcmk r Cannon scores Hearst in New NewYork NowYork
York speech spo speechPage bPag Page 3 3FOEAKEE J JFORAKER 3PORAXEIt
Senator Declares Xcgrocs egroes Need Pro Protection Protection ¬
tection t < ctlon as Much a nil Cabana CabanaChattanooga CuhannChattanooga
Chattanooga Tenn Oct 17 11Ullftod 11UllftodSbte 17UnitedSt4eo Ualtofl UaltoflStates
States Senator Foraker of Ohio in I a aaddress aa anaddress
address delivered before b Core te teArmy Seetoty Soeiotythe of ofthe
the Army of Cumberland attacked th thpresent the theiweent
present iweent eH t policy of leading statesmen Matcomaasmooth w wsmooth
smooth over ov r all of the old sores soreBgaewllll soreBgaewlllleut growing growingut gwinant
ant ut of thedvl the c1vl war warSenator wartseutor warenaior
Senator enaior Foraker said among a ether tK1t etherthings iharthings r rthings
things thingsOf thingsor thingsOf
Of late so much is being said In In ax axtenuation QXtenuation oxtenuatlon
tenuation and exculpation o ulpaUen of f those tbMewere wht whtwere wIs wIswere
were responsible for the civil war and andas andas
as to the character of that war and to tothe 14I tothe
I the right and wrong of it It that I dasfcw dasfcwat dMiNat desEzuat
at the risk of simply reciting history and andpossibly alld alldJX andpoesibly
possibly JX exciting some criticism t tcan r rcali re recall
can for the thesake sake of truth and as a sim simple 11I 11IpIe nt ntpie ¬
pIe matter of justice to ourselves and our ourdead ourdead ourdead
dead comrades woo can no longer speak speakfor speaJcfor spealcfor
for themselves how that great struggle strugglecame st struggleCaine le lecame
came abeut and how it ended I hope I Imay Imay Ima
may ma be able to at least satisfy tlsCy ourselves ourselvesthat ourselvesthat
that we fought onr the right side and andwere andwere andwere
were successful su and that no apologies apologiesneed apologiesneed apologiesneed
need to be made for the services we werendered werended werendeyed
rendered renderedIn
In depicting the acts of 0 violence In all alli aUpan altparts
i parts of the country eountryagalMt against negroes h hsaid be besaid hesold
said saidIt
It is important to protect Cubans Cuba 8 in inCuba InCuba InCube
Cuba but it is even more important Important to toprotect topretoet toprotect
protect Americans in America the therights therights therights
rights of the negroes being every bit bitImportant as asimportant asImportant
important as the regulation of the trusts trustsrailroads trustrailroads trustsrailroads
railroads and business bU8bt corporations with withrespect withrespect withrespect
respect to which powers the President PresIdeAti Presidentbas Presidenthas
i has recently announced In a putotte putottespeech IIIespeech puhuesph
speech that they the are hampered and hin hindered hindered bintiered ¬
dered by decisions ef the courts coirz that he bedoes hed hedoes
d does not hesitate to say are a1e in his opiif opiifkm optnloR opinIon
km erroneous orr erroneous noous and which should be betharafqre be betkar bethozfqrc
tharafqre tkar rQre I presume PIesuntetn in some 3Q 18I1tftnaer manner re reversed r rersed roversed ¬
versed ersed or avoided to the end that the thework ework thework
work he has specially undertaken uDdertaketJ and andf auclreI andfur
f fur r which lie has ba so conspteuotMriy conspteuotMriylabored COR8 COR8labored cotispietiowilylabored
labored may be carried beyond anything anythinghe
he bee na yet accomplished accompU bcd If I understand understandwhat uadetsuuadhAt understandwhat
what hAt decisions are referred to I do ootOt ootOtbelieve not notbelieve notbelieve
believe they were erroneous and I 1 do donot donot donot
not like the veiled Icd suggestion that they theyshould tbe tbesbould theyshould
should be reversed for I am leas afraid afraidof aCraJdor afraIdof
of the greed of avarice than I am of the thegreed thegreed thegreed
greed of power powerkroner powerORDERS powerORDERS
Coroner Stirs Ire of Attorney in inPhiladelpMa inPhiladelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Murder Case CaseJury CaseJury CaseJury
Jury Is Reluctant to Obey ObeyHarry ObeyHarrySomerzt ObeyharrySomers Harry HarrySomers
Somers a Boarder Also Iso Held Heldfor Heldtor heldfor
for Slaying Mrs Urs LewisPhiladelphia LewisPhiladelphia Lewis LewisPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct 17rAft 17After r a scene un unprecedented unprecedented usiwecedented ¬
precedented in the history of the coroners coronersoffice c coronersoffice roner1 roner1offiee
office of this county a coroners jury un under under noder ¬
der the express direction of Coroner CoronerJermon CoronerJermon CoronerJermon
Jermon brought in a verdict holding Miss MissCharlotte MI MICharlotte MissCharlotte
Charlotte Kelly and Harry Somers a aboarder aboarder aboarder
boarder in her house hause responsible for the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Mrs Maurice C Lewis w1s whose whoaedead whosedead hOtlC hOtlCdead
dead body was found in the closet of a aboarding aboarding aboarding
boarding house bo 8e se conducted by Miss Kelly Kellylaat KellyJut Kellylast
Jut month mon tho
Joseph P Rodgers attorney for the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman announced in open court that the theaction theI theaction
action ac lon of the coroner was a miscarriage miscarriagej
of justice The coroner in a rage or ordered orde ordared ¬
dared de red him thrown out of the room roomRodgers roomRodgers roomRodgers
Rodgers defied the court officers to totouch totoueh totouch
touch him and they did not venture to todo todo todo
do so So o Rodgers hen directed Miss 1 Kelly Kellyand KellYand Kellyand
and Somers his clients to leave the theroom Uleroom theroom
room They started to do so but were wereintercepted wereintercepted wereIntercepted
intercepted by court officers and later latercommitted Jatercommitted latercommitted
committed to Moyamenslng prison prisonTheir prisonTheir prisonTheir
Their counsel declares that he will take takeimmediate takeim takeimmediate
immediate im cdlate steps to have them freed on ona ona ona
a writ of habeas corpus corpusTho corpusTho corpusThe
Tho coroners jury w was 1IS evidently evIdontJ re reluctant reluctant reluctant ¬
luctant to take any direct action against againstMiss asalnatliss againstMiss
Miss liss Kelly and Somers They The brought broughtat
at first a verdict declaring that the mur murder murder inurder ¬
der was at the instigation of the two twopersons twoper twopersons
persons per ns The coroner rebuked them and andordered andordered andordered
ordered them either to find the murder murdercommitted murd murdercommItted r rcommitted
committed by persons persons unknown or di directly directly directly ¬
rectly to inculpate Miss Kelly and andSomers sndSomers andSomers
Somers SomersThO SomersThe
Tho jury retired and brought in a ver v verdiet r rdiet
diet to suit the coroner The evidence ad adduced adduced adduced ¬
duced at the inquest today toda before the theverdict tbeverdict theverdict
verdict was as rendered was of the some somecharacter MIllecharacter somecharacter
character that had been given at the theformer thefonner theformer
former hearings
Said to Have Falsified Returns of ofOntario otOutnrIo ofOntario
Ontario Bank BnnkShort Short One Million MillionOttawa IUIlUonOtt MillionOttawa
Ottawa Ott anft Ontario OntarIo Oct 17 lilIanager lilIanagerCharles 17ManagerCharles Manager ManagerCharles
Charles McGill of the Ontario Ont rlo Bank was wasarrested wasarreSted wasarrested
arrested arreSted at Toronto this afternoon arternooncharged aIternoonebarged afternooncharged
charged with falsifying the government governmentreturns governmentreturns governmentreturns I
returns regarding current loans in Iffe Iffeand 1ttoand 1 1and
and 196 19 A summons has also been is issued isucd issued ¬
sued ucd for G R R R Cockburn president of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the bank
I The charge against Mr 11 Cockburn Cock rn Is Isthat Isthllt Isthat
that as president pr sldont of the bank lie will willfully wlUfully willfully ¬
fully signed false returns of the position positionof
of the bank to tho Minister of Finance Financeand Financel1d Financeand
and the Receiver General GeneralIt GeMlftIIt GeneralIt
It is now no stated the notes under dispute disputeIn
In Ute b bank nk are really over 3 1O O 08 less lessthan 10CICthan lessthan
than stated in the returns while the as asset 85seta assets ¬
set seta of the bank were padded The total totalshortage total8hetage totalsltatage
shortage is believed b Ueed to ba ilMMGl ilMMGlThis tIt tItThis lINIaThis
This afternoons arrest arre t was AS the first of ofseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several important steps that will be betaken betakfD betaken
taken takenIVo
IVo 0 coal rtrU 4h > 9 or 0 trouble Sanitary Sanitaryhcatprs Snnltnr Snnltnri Sanitaryhratrs
i hcatprs 11eat rs Ofte Radiators Demonstrations D IlonstraUoD
509 O9 9tn tn st st nw
I CHIEF cai CHiEF TAFT Wait W t11 uu LJ atcstimproved atcst cst improved apparatus appara s I dont carevhere care rewhereitD where it Breaks out o ouC t t f
Experts at Work v jTOl ork on St Louis LouisSuljtreasury LouisSnlJ LouisSiibtieasiuy
Suljtreasury SnlJ reasluy Shortage ShortageTFTiTPJl SilortagcTELLER ShortageTETLL1R
Government Will ViII Count the OOOO
000 in the Vaults nultftDillcrcl1anc VaulfsDlncrcpanciMay Discrepancy DiscrepancySlay
Slay 13 Be Due D e to Error Err r in Checking Checkingi CheckingFundrWahIngton
i Fandn Fa FundrWahIngton drtVnlhln6ton Washington Officials Pus Pnzzlcd Pnadcd PusH PuszlcdNew
zlcd zlcdNew Neiv Orleans Case Ilecnlled IlecnlledSt U enlled enlledk enlledSt cn1ledSt
H k
St St Louts Louis Ho Xoi Oct 17 11Thr i7Three Three expert expertaccountants expertee expertaccountants
accountants ee from the Treasury Depart Department DepartJlH8t Departmeat ¬
meat at Washington fa blDgton are here gyamtntos gyamtntosthe xa xatbe xannIagthe
the books book and funds of the subtreasary subtreasaryto subtrM UI UIto
to locate a discrepancy dl of 4 ljtt It < in the theaccounts thea theaccounts
accounts a counts of the office which was re reported re reported reported ¬
ported to Washington several days ago agoby aaoby agoby
by Subtreasurer Thomas J Akin AkinReceiving Ah1 Ah1Recelvt Akins AkinsReceiving
Receiving Recelvt Teller D P Dyer Jr son sonof JIODof sonof
of United States District Attorney AttorJI r D P PDyer PDyer PDyer
Dyer says that he h discovered the din dfscrepancy dtserepanc dincrepancy
crepancy and reported r port d it to Mr MrSubtreasurer IrAJdns IrAJdnsSubtreaaurer Akins AkinsSubtreasurer
Subtreasurer Akins confirms the report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that D P Dyer jr has been suspended suspendedpending saspeadedpending suspendedpending
pending the investigation Mr Irr Akins re refused re rertt5ed refused ¬
fused to hoW anyone responsible pending pendingthe petM1 petM1the pendingthe
the investigation saying the discrepancy discrepancymay dfserePfU1CJmay dlscrepmicymay
may be due to errors In checking funds fundsfrom fundsfront fundsfrom
from a tellers cage to the vaults vaults or vice viceversa vicewrsa viceversa
versa He said today todayI toda todaHI
HI I dont know that a deficiency exists existsThere existsi existsThere
i There Is an apparent irregularity which whichI wh h hI
I I deemed worthy of the closest scrutiny ICrUtmyaad scrutinysntl
and I so reported to the government OYCrnmeIU call calling callling ca cabig
ling for experts to count the 2ti6taj jn fnI Inthe jnthe
I the vault vaults I cannot cast suspicion on onanyone onI onanyone onanyone
anyone anyoneI
I Pnzzles Treasury Trensur Olclal OlclalOfficials OJnclnJilI OIflcinlOfilcials
I Officials of the Treasury Department Departmentare t tlare
lare are still tlll at a a loss lo to explain the pcssfbin pcssfbinty
ty of so large e a a shortage as a that p ppoaed supi wa wapoaed
i poaed to exist e lztt at St St Louis and so o far farhave farhave farhave
have not received any details tending tendt l to tothrow tothro tothrow
throw thro any light on the matter The re report re repoort yeport ¬
port of the four examiners trmlners is befog befogawaited beIna8lted beingawaited
awaited with a great eAt deal of anxiety but butuntil buluntil butuntil
until the commissioners are heard from fromthere fromthere fromthere
there will be nothing nothln further known knownAssistant knovnAS818tanl knownAssistant
Assistant Secretary ret8ry Keep said yesterday yesterdayhe
he had nothing new to add to what ne negave nesave negave
gave out to The Tb Herald the night t pre previous prevIou prolous ¬
vious In the office of Treasurer Treat Treatnothing TreatI Treatnothing
I nothing further bAS been Beard either eitherIt eitherIt eitherIt
It is A nuzxte uu1e to us said one O of the theTreasury theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury officiate how go much money moneycould moneyc moneycouhi
could c ukl be missing ml lng and I believe It will willprove willJKOve willrove
prove rove to be a mistake in bookkeeping
Instead of defalcation The I I1Ion
a coopera cooperation cooperation ¬
tion of a large Ia e number of employee of the thesubtreasury ucsubtreasury thesubtreasury
subtreasury would b be necessary neee8Sftr to make makvpossible makJI1SIbJc makep9sslble
possible the theft of such a sum One Oneman Oneman Oneman
man or even two or three men could couldhardly rouldhardlr couldhardly
hardly accomplish such a daring deed deedOur deedOur deedOur
Our advices do not give us the slightest slightestidea sUCbtestIdk slightestIdea
idea as to the manner in which hlclt the themoney l lmODeT themoney
money disappeared and that will not notb nolbe nosb
b be made clear until the report of the ex eximuiarg exmillers cxIs
millers Is received So far as I have havebsen havebfaen havebeen
been able to learn no one among the em employes CtUpWyea employes ¬
ployes is missing missingXcw mlssinsNew missingew
New ew Orleans Case Recalled RecalledThe RecolIcelThe flecuhledTbe
The last large shortage found in a asubtreasury aubtre83ury aubtreasury
subtreasury was at New Orleans That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was a number of years ago when a man mangot mftftgot mangIt
got away with 25000 25X 25OOO He fled to Mexi Mexico lIexlco McxiCo ¬
co but was captured and brought back backDuring backDuring backDuring
During the civil war there was a big
defalcation at St St LoUis and the money moneytaken mon moneytaken y ytaken
taken then never was recovered It Is Isstill IsUll Isstill
still Ull carried carrl d on the books of the Treasury
Department as a a deficit deficitTreasury deficitTreasur deficitTreasurer
Treasury Treasur r Treat called on the President
In the morning and it is understood noti notified notified not notfled ¬
fied him of what the department had hadlearned hadlearnoo hadlearned
learned and what had been been done
Harriman Astor and Vanderbilt VnmlerblltFall YnnderbUtFan VanderbiltFall
Fall to Arrive In Chicago ChicagoChicago ChlcnoChicago ChicagoChicago
Chicago Oct 17Constablo John Noo Noonan Noonan Noonan
nan of Justice Martins court went to tlie xiieAuditorium tlteAUditorium
Auditorium Hotel today to to t serve sub subpoenas subpo subP00505 ¬
poenas po on H H Harriman John Jacob JacobAstor JacebAstor JacobAstor
Astor and Cornelius Vanderbilt but they
did not arrive arriveWith arriveYftb arriveWith
With Stuyvesant Fish Messrs Harrl Harrlman Han1man Harrlman ¬
man Astor and Vanderbilt are defendants defendantsin def ndanta ndantain
in a suit brought by e Illinois Central CentralState CenLraJS CentralState
State S te Audit Company CompanyJohn ComI CompanyJohn > an anJohn
John G Drennan general counsel of the
Illinois Central Railroad promised prcunU pr miheil 41 to ac accept aw awcept accept ¬
cept service of the writs for tbo million millionaires miUloftalres millionaires ¬
aires The justice continued the ease to toi t tOctober
October 21 21Resent 2JSicld 21Speud
Sicld It pleasant eclllnl at Hotel HotelRecent
Resent Orchestra 3 to 12 12 i2L Ji JiReent
Heirs of Virginia Woman Who rho Died DiedSaving DIedSlnlrag DiedSaving
Saving Child Get Increased Sum SaraPlttsburr SumPltlsburc SumPtttiburg
Plttsburr P h Oct 17 17The The Carnegie CarnegieHero CarnegieHero CarnegieHero
Hero Fund Commlsidoa met here today todayana todayaaa todaynun
ana made award awanle of sixteen medals and anddistributed aiMIdtatrlbuted anddIstrIbuted
distributed SJ2jm h3 > Tie Tb most mo t interesting interestingaward Inteat Inteataward Interestingaward
award was that of a stiver lIv r medal and andSU08 andU andu
SU08 u to Rufus K K Combs ColD of Midway Ky KyIn K7April KyIn
In April ttK 11 he went into a gasladen gasladenvault gasladenvult Jaden Jadenvault
vault near his home and at the risk of at his hisUfe hlute hislife
ute rescued Richard OodtOH hi his 1t 1teaem lifelong Hfekmgenemy lifelongenemy
enemy eaem and political rival from rota eertaMdeath certain certaindeath certaindeath
death deathAnother deathAnother deathAnother
Another feature of the awards was the tbeincreasing theiaereaslnc theincreasing
increasing of the award to the family of ofMrs ofMrL ofMrs
Mrs Sadie L L CntML nt Heasville Va Vafrom Vafrom Vafrom
from 91WO le60 to frs J Crabbe rabbe a white whitewoman wbltewomaa wbliewoman
womaa woman lost her ttfejtryinV etrh1Ib tQ1ng to save that thatf tltatof tkttof
of f a little cctoretf < WJVJt U 113 y TVK ifl > hmU hmUthrouffe hadgi hadgitkuu J Jt
throuffe t tkuu the toe B Ru r KdilTOESlee KdilTOESleeSUK eK
SUK 1 IoI at a previous fteetm theethig tht r but bUtltwas bUtltwasdou it was wasdoubled wasdoubled
doubled dou today todaySUBMAEINE toda7SUEMA1UNE toda1SBTBMABflE
All Hope of Saving French Vessel Is IsGiven IsGIcn IsGiven
Given Up UpBiserta UPBIaerta UpBinerta
Biserta BIaerta Tunis Oct 17 17Hope Hope of saving savingthe savingtbe savingthe
the men on board the submarine boat boatiaitln boatLutm bootLutht
iaitln Lutm which went down oK this port yes yesterday yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday on her submersion trials and did didnot didnot didnot
not come up again was abandoned to today today today ¬
day when the divers owing owln to the bad badweather badweather badweather
weather conditions and a the great depth of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water gave p up their attempts to reach reachth reacht reachth
th t boat It Is not even certain that the theobject theobject theobject
object they saw ifatly at th the bottom is isthe Saibe Isthe
the Ixitln The work however will be beresumed bereaulDed beresumed
resumed tomorrow tomorrowSagttah tomorrowJD tomorrowEnglhth
Sagttah grapplera with their apparatus apparatushave Appraluesa apparatushave
sa have arrived from Malta The object objectwhich objectwidell objectwhich
which I is supposed to be the Lutin is IS ISfeet 15teet 1 1feet
feet down and only IT one diver Uerbas has been beenable beenable beenable
able to go down more than half that die distance dlltaoce dietance ¬
1 1THE
Home circulation Is th the basis basisof basisof basisof
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has that circulation now It Ifhad Itbad Ithad
had it the day of the first Issue Issueand Issueand Issueand
and there has been a substan substantial subltanUa1 ¬
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culation of this paper paperthe the act actual actual actusi ¬
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t most wholly local and 1M55 of ofit ofIt ofIt
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a morning medium in The TheWashington TheVaBb TheWashington
Washington VaBb stoR Herald which whichputs whIchputs hlch hlchpu I
puts pu them in direct touch touchwith touchwith touchWith
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ton homes It was the home homecirculation homecirculation homecirculation
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tained It will stay in the thehomes thebomes thehomes
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home newspaper by printing a aclean 8clean aclean
clean uptodate newsy news newspaper nowsptPfr newspaper ¬
paper every er morning in tile tiieweek tUQt4 tileweeka
week weeka t4 a newspaper of quality qualitythat quaUlythat qualitythat
that will stand upon merits meritsOnly m meritsOnly rlts rltsOaly
Only eleven days old The TheHerald TheHerad TheHerald
Herald has just begun to grow growIf growl growIf
If you are not getting your yourpaper yourpaper our ourpaper
paper regularly or on time timemake timemake timemake
make coirpialnt promptly promptlyRemember promptlyRememb promptlyRemember
Remember r the telephone num numSUHlcd numberlLIN nuinbcrMAIN3iiO
berlLIN bcrMAIN3iiO bcrMAIN3iiOSlIhleti 0 0SIIUlctl
SUHlcd SIIUlctl and Unskilled UnMkllJcflInbor UnMkllJcflInborC1 Labor LaborCan LaborCa
Can Ca work Oi year round in San Francisco
FIt Fr > Sis2 tZJ till October 31 < Berth so soviii 50 50via Ovfa
via WashingtonSunset route rouf A J Pos Poston Poston Postoll
ton General Asent 511 n Pa ave nw n
Judge Charges Charg Chars s the Jury on onConstruction 011Constluction oiiConstruction
Construction of Testimony ofTestinlonyATTORlffiY ofTestimonyATTORNEY TestimonyiATTOENEY
Summing Up Testimony Tcst inony In Case De Develops Dc Dcelols Dcvelops ¬
velops elols Clash Over Ovc Telegram Td grnm An Announcing Announcing Aunounclng ¬
nouncing Sale Sal of Manhattan 313uIu1ttn 1 011 OilCompany 011Coml1anD 011CompanyDcfenSe
Company Coml1anD CompanyDcfenSe DcfenSc lenicAdmU 4Admitu Admits Stand StnndM StandControU
i J M >
j nrds n 4 control Ooritror in Ohio OhioIR Olito1ftttfl Ohiolnlay
IR 1ftttfl lnlay dtay Onto Ohio Oct et lf 1 1cIssig CMfcig argu arguments aSIInteRts ne nezwintc ¬
ments in the Standard Off oms ORA wr wrmad were wereJDlhfe weremade
mad made today and th UUt oas so was cssmIttM cssmIttMto stjfwnltted stjfwnlttedto Ute4 Ute4to
to the try tonight tonightIn tonightIn
In his charge to the jury JurY Judge Banker Bankerraid BankerIf Jlker JlkerRaid
raid raidIf
If you find that you OU are satisfied be beyond be beYend beYowl ¬
yond a doubt that the defendant rfndant was a amember amember amember
member of a combination or trust within withintbe wltblnthe withinthe
the period from July 5 18ft to the pres present preaant preseat ¬
ant time and that the Ohio Oil Company Companythe CompanyOM Companythe
the Solar Refining Company and Buck Buckeye Buckeye Buckeye ¬
eye Pipe Line Company and the Union UnionTank UnionTank UnionTank
Tank Line Lln Company incorporated under underthe UDderthe underthe
the laws of New Jenny Jei or any an one of ofthem oftMm ofthorn
them were members of this combine combination eOIl1b1Ratloo combinetlosi ¬
tion and operated In Hancock Coun County y as usa asa asa
a trust then the acts of the ether eec corporations eorporatkffls eecporatlens ¬
porations operating OIlEr tJng within the tMare countyare county countyare
are to be regarded by you for every put purpose putpG6 piirpose ¬
pose pG6 of this case as as the acts of the de defendant de defendant dofendnt ¬
fendant fendantIt fendantIt fendntIt
It te nut essential to the Ifebtlfly Jt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the defendants that it snail have e per personally personally persunnily ¬
sonally performed any corporate corp rate act actvitbhi actwlthtn actw1tbn
vitbhi wlthtn the county for the reason of the theovert t1tovert theovert
overt case of one cons conspirator lrator is regarded regardedas
as th the act of each and alL alLLavryers allLawer8 nILLawyers
Lawyers Clash CIa h Over Telegram TelegramIn TclcrnwIn
In the afternoon Attorney Attome General GeneralWade GenoralVade GeneralWade
Wade Ellis and Attorney Virgil P Kline Klineclashed Klineelasbd Klineclashed
clashed the latter accusing the former formerof formerof formerof
of trickery in presenting pre8e t1ng before the Jury Jurya
a telegram received from New York an announcing announcing announcing ¬
nouncing the sale of the Manhattan Oil OilCompany onComp 011Company
Company ny to the Standard for f l f 2 oooOIJI Z1lOO9In oooOIJIIn 09009 09009In
In his argument Mr Ellis denounced denouncedthe denouneedthe denouncedthe
the Standard and kindred corporations corporationsand
and said it was a shame that such suchbright suchbrlsht suchbright
bright legal men as Mr Ir Kline and oth others others othem ¬
ers em in the Standards employ should be beglvlng beglvtng begiving
giving all their energies talent and time timein tlmoIn tImein
in defense of such an open violator of ofthe orthe ofthe
the law lawKline JawJIne lawKline
Kline in reply repl painted the Standard Standardin
in glowing colors and said that antitrust antitrustlaws antltrUtttlaws antitrustlaws
laws are vicious and are a hindrance to tothe tothe tothe
the progress of the nation Conceding Concedingthat ConcedlnJthat ConcedIngthat
that the New Jersey Jcr y corporation owncJ owncJthe owneJthe ownc1the
the majority of the stock in the Buckeye BuckeyePipe BuckeyePipe BuckeyePipe
Pipe Line Company Solar Refining Com Company Compan3 Coinpany ¬
pany and the Ohio Oil Company Kiln Kilnsaid KlIne Klintsaid KlInesaid
said there had been no crime 1rlme committed committedby
by stockholders In selling their stock to toa toa
a corporation corporationThe coporatJonThe corporationThe
The closing argument in the Standard StandardOil Standardon
Oil prosecution was begun by Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyG8I1ral AttorneyGeneral
General Ellis at 255 5 oclock this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon He prefaced his argument by a atribute ntribute atribute
tribute to Mr Klines ability siying that thathe thathe thathe
he did not marvel at the success of the theStandard theStandard theStandard
Standard for tho ho past quarter of a cen century contury ¬
Arraigns Opponent of Trust TrustA rru t tA
A stinging arraignment of the enemies enemiesof enemiesor enemiesof
of John D Rockefeller and the Standard Standardcharacterized Standardcharacterized Standardcharacterized
characterized Attorney Attorne Klines closing closingargument closingargument closingargument
argument argumentThese argumentThese argumentThese
These slanders slnndersoomlnt coming from the pulpit pulpitat pulpit8t pulpItat
at times from the press the stump und undstreet findstreet andstreet
street street It might have been well to t have haveanswered bavellnswered haveanswered
answered I have no faith in the th men menwho menwho menwho
who stand here and throw filth and dirt dirtat dirtat dirtat
at the progress of the country It is istime istime IstIme
time to pull down the demagogues slan slanderers slanderers sianderera ¬
derers and croakers against tho pros prosperity proeperlty prosperity ¬
perity and progress of the country countryI
I have no apology to offer for the theStandard tbeSt theStandard
Standard St lndard Oil Company one of the great greatfactors greatfactors greatfactors
factors In this prosperity Competitors Competitorsdistanced Competitorsdlstnn Competitorsdistanced
distanced dlstnn ed in the race are the only fault faultfinders faultfinders faultfinders ¬
finders findersMr findersr findersMr
Mr r Kline then traced the oil Industry Industryfrom IndllBtryfrom induatryfrom
from the discovery discover In Pennsylvania to the thepresent theprocent thepresent
present showing its wonderful growth growthThere growthThere growthThere
There are curious things called laws lawscoming lawscoming lawscoming
coming up In this country remarked remarkedMr remRrkodMr remarkedMr
Mr Kline discussing the original trust trustagreement trustagreement trustagreement
agreement which he said was not at atthat atthat atthat
that time prohibited by b any law or de dedision de dedim dodlsion
dision disionThere dim on
dlsionThere onThere
There are no obligations imposed on onthe onthe onthe
the same ownership to fight ght itself he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said Wo are having too much meddling meddlingwith meddlIngwith meddlingwith
with individual rights and nd the rights of off ofhp ofre
f hp if private citizen citJz under fhe f 1nrm rm of of18Ja1l0n o leg legislation x xislation ¬
islation A verdict Is expected < pectcd before beforenoon beforenoon beforenoon
noon tomorrow i
ACIV Sen ey Yorker Imports Colony Colon for forNursery forXur forNursery
Nursery Xur er of His Home HomeNew HOWlNew hlonieNow
New York Oct 17 11It It Isnt everybodys everybodyspapa everybodyspapa everybodyspapa
papa who goes to the trouble of import importing Importtng ImportIng ¬
ing ants for the Ditty room David Ein rinstln Einstein m mstetn ¬
stein arrived today on the steamer Car Carmania CarmIIJft Carrnnziia
mania and brought with him two nests of ofmeadow otmeadow offfieadow
meadow ants that are intended to amuse amusoMr nmusoMr amuseMr
Mr Einsteins Eln tclns children The ants will in inno Inno Inno
no way affect the happiness of the cook cookbecause cook cookbecause cookbeesuse
because they have to be fed only once a amonth amonth amonth
month and then on a plebian men of ofhoney otHODeY ofhoney
honey and water waterWnen waterWhen waterWhen
When Mr Einstein told the customs of officials 0 0t1CIals officlals ¬
ficials that he had a consignment of anta antathe ant3the ants1the
the Inspectors looked queerly at Mr Ir Ein Binstein Einstein Einstein
stein They Th y understood only when he heshowed heshowod heShOwed
showed them a glass case that was as pnrtjy pnrtjyfilled pftrtJYfilled partiyfilled
filled with dark earth and in which aboqt aboqta
a million fUlon ants were working workingThey workingThey workingThey
They are engaged In building their theirhouse theirhovae thei theihouae
house Mr lir Einstein explained explainedOne explainedOne explainedOne
One of the officials asked him what walt tvaqthe waltthe sa sathe
the joke Mr Einstein then made this thiaexplanation thisexplanation thisexplanation
explanation explanationThese explanationThese explanationThese
These are nreamborcolored ambercolored ants They Theyare The Theare Theyare
are two years old and lK1 they will live six sixyears sixyears sixyears
years if they behave themselves that thatis thatIs thatis
is It they dont dontov overfeed rteed I want nt to toitruct in instruct JRtruet ¬
struct and amus mu my my children so have haveimported hareimported
imported them themMr themMr themMr I
Mr Blnatelir offered of Too to take off the thelass tbela98 thecdaso
cdaso < lass case to snow show the inspectors Jnsp Ctors how howratelligent bowmteUlgent howintelligent
intelligent the th ants ant were but the officials offithilsaJd oIThialssaid officialssaid
said that was as not necessary and gave Mr MrEinetein MrElnetetn MrEinstein
Einstein a free entry cntr for his ambercol ambercolored ambercolored ambereelored ¬
ored ant colony colonyMOTHER colonyOTEER olonyMOTHERAND
Tragedy nt Lima Ohio Relieved to toHave toI1ne tohave
Have Been Womans Voman Deed DeedLima DteITI DecilLimo
Lima TI Ohio Oct 17 iThe The exact aet cause causeftf C8useOf causeCf
ftf a triple tragedy traS dy here her today at noon noonwiH noonwiN neonilt
wiN ilt never be known as all three occu occupwnts occuc oecuta
pwnts c of the home of Mrs Clinton Bryan Bryanwhich Bryanwillen BryankIc1i
which kIc1i was totally destroyed by fire were wereburned werebttnted wereburned
burned to death their bodies being al alittASt alIIM8t almeet
meet entirely consumed by b the names namesTile filURetITIle flamesThe
Tile victims Um8 were Mrs Bryan and her hertwo ltertwo hertwo
two little boys Arthur two years oars old and anda anda anda
a a sfxmonthsold son sonEfforts srnE4lorts snEfforts
Efforts to break into the house house when whenthe whentIN whentitie
the llamts were discovered met with the thedefeat thedeoat thedelut
defeat through the fact that the door oor of ofthe oCUte ofthe
the dwelling had been barred on the in inaWe In1Ne in4e
aWe 4e Mrs Bryan bad just recently recentlyseparated recentlyaIl recentlyseparated
separated aIl OO from her husband husb nd and appar apparently apPltrClT appareatjy ¬
ently melancholy over her trouble prob probshr probt peelab4
shr ab4 sot et t fire re to the house for or the purpose purposeof purp purpose purposeof se seoJ
of of taking her life and the lives of her two twolittle tOlittle twolittle
little children childrenTWO cillldrenTWO childrenTWO
Headon Collision in Colorado Re ReKuItK ReJlUltR Hecults
cults in 3Iany Being Injured InjuredRocky InjuredRocky InjuredRocky
Rocky Ford Col Oct 17 11Two Two persons personswere peI80A6vere personswere
were killed twentyone tw ntrone injured six seri seriously serloWJh son sonously ¬
ously I a headon collision onehalf mile mileeast mileeast mileeast
east of Manaoanote and nine miles west westof westor westof
of Rocky Ford FordThe FordThe FordThe
The dead are Baggageman Bag em n Marderock Marderockof rurderoekor
of Kansas City and an unknown negro negrowbe negrowbe negrowho
wbe was stealing a a ride rideThe rideThe rideThe
The injuries of the passengers who whocame whocame whocame
came from both trains range ra e from broken brokenribs brokenribB brokenribs
ribs ribB arms arms and legs to insignificant I lfieant cuts cuteand cutsand cutsand
and bruises bruisesNEW bruL bruLNEW bruisesEW
Rumor Hat Indiana Man Slated to toSucceed toSucceed o oSuccc
Succeed Succc cI Cortelyon CortelyonThe CortclyonThe CortclyouThe
The name of Harry S New ew of In Indiana Indiana In4lin ¬
diana diana 4lin vice chairman of the Republican RepublicanNational RepublCIUIUon RepublIcanSatIo
National SatIo Uon 1 Committee is said to be under undercwuftiecaiSon undercwemtton undercodettioa
cwuftiecaiSon asauccer s succ IiMICt a r te George B BCertelyou B Bcrtelyou BCertelyu
Certelyou in the offlee offleeot of Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PoStmasterGeneral < r rGeneral
General when Mr 1r Cortelvw Oertel succeeds Mr MrShaw MrSW MrSlw
Shaw as Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryME TreasuryMr
ME 1 N New w wa WIMJ captain ptI and quarter quartermaster quartercrter quarterazter ¬
master crter In the SpwHdkeJraerieAn S me war H His HIs He Heis
is a warm Arm personal personatirnYMl ntnfend T1hd of the Pratt Prafldant Pr Prattdent l ldent
dent and is frequently a guest gue t at ir irWhite t JI JIWhite t tVbUe
White House He was once offered the theplace thepl theplace
place pl ee of First Assistant Postmaster Gen General General GeneraL ¬
eral eralI eralCHILD eraLCHILD
Cupid Makes More Trouble for forCharlotte forCharlotte forCharlotte
Charlotte Francis Parents ParentsSecond ParentsSccond ParentsSecond
Second Time Albert Stlzzy StiZZ Disap Disappear DlsaJlpenn Dinappram ¬
pear with Youthful Idol Idollirllt IdollirlltVenturc IdolFirstVenture Firat FiratVenture
Venture a Failure FailureNew FailureNew FailureNew
New York Oct 17 17Aibrt Albert StHry Ms Mseiened 11MeJeD8d hasel
eiened el ped again with Charlotte Francis FrancisThte FrancisTRI FrancisThin
TRI announcement may IlIa have llttlo 1ittl in interest ihterest interest ¬
terest for the reading world at large but butit butI butIt
it I is replete with significance not alone atonafor alonotor alonefor
for Mr r and Mrs Vinceaao Stlzzy and Mr Mrand MraDd Mrand
and Mrs John Francis Fr nci the respective respectiveparents respectiepareatJI respectiveisrentz
parents isrentz of the couple but for all 11 Wash Washington Washlngton VashIngton ¬
ington Heights HeightsAlbert HeightsAlbert HeightsAlbert
Albert is fourteen years ok old So is isCharlotte IsCharlotte IsCharlotte
Charlotte Three months ago Albert Albertthen Alhert Alhertthen Albertthen
then an assistant staat for the driver of a milk milkwagon milkwagon milkwagon
wagon made love to Charlotte by means meansof meansof meansof
of notes inclosed In empty bottles left at atthe atthe atthe
the apartment house at 509 West est 340th 340thstreet HOthstreet 340thStreet
street of which Charlottes father Is the theJanitor tbej8Dttor thejanitor
Janitor Charlotte reciprocated his adora adoration adora11on adornlion ¬
lion and when Albert left l tt a missive tell telling tellI telllag ¬
lag I Charlotte that he had saved 375 376 and andasking andaskng andasking
asking her to flee with 1th him she respond responded respon responed ¬
ed with a bottled affirmative affirmativeThey afilrmntlfTJKo affirmativeThey
They TJKo skipped but only got as far as asEnglewood asEnSlewood asEnglewood
Englewood N J when their money gave gaveout C1Ieout gaveout
out and they had to fall back on the good goodnature goodnature goodnature
nature of the sheriff of that suburb The Thesheriff Thesherin Thesherilt
sheriff took the youthful elopers home It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was an unhappy expedition Albert lost losthis losthl5 losthis i
his position po Uon on the milk wagon and Char Charlotte CharIQttew Charlottewell ¬
lotte IQttew lottewell well lI after a talk with her h r parents parentsher parentsher parentsher
her spirits became subdued subduedAlbert 3ubduooAlbert subduedAlbert
Albert continued to live up to his repu reputation reputation reputatlon ¬
tation as the village cutup of Washing Washington Washington Washlngton ¬
ton HeightsY He became a messenger messengerboy messenger messengerboy iuesengerboy
boy attached to the Washington V Heights Heightsbranch Helgbtsbrnneh Heightsbranch
branch of the Western Vest m Union Telegraph TelegraphThe TelegraphThe TelegraphThe
The splendor of his ialform Irorm was too much muchfor muchfor muchfor
for Charlotte and in face fa e of the direc directions directions dlreclion5 ¬
tions of her parents to tokeep keep away from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that cutup she repeatedly accompanied accompaniedAlbert accompaniedAlbert CcompanledAlbert
Albert to the dance hall at Fort George GeorgeNow GeorgeNow GeorgeNow
Now they have gone one again galo if father fatherStlzzy flitherStlzzy fatherStizzy
Stlzzy is to be beleved Vincenzo Stlzzy Stlzzyis StlzZIs
is a barber with a shop at 112 Hamilton Hamiltonplace Hamiltonplace Hamiltonplace
place and a flat at K6Q Amsterdam ave avenue arenue we wenue ¬
nue He appeared before Capt Herllhy Herllhyat
at the West 12Sth street police station stationthis stationthis stationthis
this afternoon afternoonCaptain aCternoonCaptAin afternoonCaptain
Captain he said you OU remember the theelopement theelopement theelopement
elopement of Albert Stizzy and Charlotte CharlotteFrancje CharlotteFrnds CharlotteFranels
Francje in n August AugustCert AugustCert AugustCert
Cert Cert I du answered d the captain captainGot caphtinGot captainGot
Got as far as Englewood didnt they theyyes thty1Yts tliuyYes
yes and theyve gone again observed observedthe obseMCdthe observedthe
the barber er making a sour face I sup suppose SUltPOse sutpose ¬
pose weve got to get out aad look for forcm forem forcm
cm again
Capt Herlihy smiled smll easily eS1l but when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he remembered how three detectives deteetive oace oacewasted oxewasted oscewasted
wasted as many days looking In vain vain for forthe frthe < r rthe
the bothersome youngsters his ldssnitla smite din dteappeared dlRalpea dinaPPearOl
appeared alpea aPPearOl d and he looked as if he dM not notfavor notfavor notfavor
favor the prospect prospectBut PIO prospectBut ct I IBut
But he said AH right Mr Stizzy Ill 111do Illdo Illdo
do what lIat I can for you ou and tl the three threedetectives threedetectives threedetectives
detectives were sent out a second time timeto tImito timeto
to run down Albert and Charlotte CharlotteTnc CharlotteThe i iThe
The Francis home is shut shutup up today todayTheir todayTheir j
Their neighbors say Sft they are out ut looking j
for their daughter Oh my nt said Mrs MrsBrown MrsBrown frs frsBrown
Brown the jasltress j tress of the adjoining adjoiningflats adjoiningflats adjoiningflats
flats I hate to think what will happen bappeHto j
to Charlotte when thy find hr with withthat wIththat withthat
that young cutup Why dont they th y let letthe i ithe
the young younsparroquets parroquets marry
Ohio OJ o Town Is in Ruins from fromDynamite fromDJnanrite from fromDynamite
Dynamite Explosion ExplosionFULLY EA1JlosionFULLY ExplosionFULLY
Urgent Call for Help > Sent to toNeighboring toNeighboring toNeig1iboriig
Neighboring Cities CitiesFort CitiesFort CitiesFort
Fort Recovery Shaken Sha en nud Later LaterBualncxx LnterDusfnesK LaterBusiness
Business Portion Ix Fireswept FiresweptCnuMe FlreS1TevtCnuMe FlrcweptC8UMe
CnuMe of Disaster Xot ot Known I nown anti anilProliably entlPr01Ulbl antiProlabi
Proliably Pr01Ulbl Will 111 Seer Be DeLenrne DeLenrnePnrnde Learned LearnedParade LearnedParade
Parade Paused Pn sed by but Few Minutes SllnuteiBefore JIInutellDeloreRclcuer MinutesBeforeRescuers
Before DeloreRclcuer Rescuers Rush to Scene SceneOHna S SceneCoRns cne cneCeHna
CoRns OWoTOct Obl t 17 17A A dynamite d te ex explo expIOIton cxploston
plo pIOIton ton m In the Mlnarding Ha HanI H4dwar wrt Own Ownpanys Companyat Centpe8ys
panys store at Fort ort Recovery Onto at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon today wrecked the entire middle middlesection mkldlefectlon middlesection
section of the town Four persons were werekilled werekilled werekilled
killed two are missing mI and at least > a Khundred ahundred ahundred
hundred persons pers n Injured Physicians had hadto hadto hadto
to be summoned from lOI otter points to t aW aWtne aMtlte aidthe
the injured The property damage damae will wUireach wtlireaeh willreach
reach 110 110BulldlngJI I IBuildings 0o0M 0o0MBuildings
Buildings in the neighborhood of th thhardware the thehardware thehardware
hardware store were wrecked and the thohardware the1NuCIware thehardware
hardware store Itself was demolished demolishedFire demolishedFIre demolishedFire
Fire followed the earthquakelike shock shockand shockand shockanti
and for or a time It seemed as if tbe entire entirecity enUrecity entirecity
city was doomed Fire apparatus an gad JmCIfiremen gadfiremen l lfiremen
firemen were sent from Lima and other othernearby olbe olbena othernearby
nearby na towns tow who were successful 8U in inchecking Inebeeklog Inchecking
checking the blaze before the town to Jl had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been completely destroyed destroyedAs
As the explosion ioR occurred in the buM business buMness buMness ¬
ness section at a busy time of the th fey feythere daythere Y Ythere
there were many people in the streets streetsall 5treet 5treetAU streetsall
all of whom were injured The force forceof ffMCeof ftpvceof
of the explosion eX R broke every < window in inthe intbe hithe
the town town and the shock was fvlt It in insome InJOrne 1nsome
some of the surrounding aurrouDCUn towns townsJjlst townsJIItt townsLint
Lint of the Dead DeadThe DeadTIle DeadThe
The dead are areMtet areIIM are3Ihs ±
Mtet IIM CLBO wills tgrt M MwBQrMuve ttIIIIO fcoolfses becepee r
HBVnY llB JtY LBM3UBRS and A tw twbthrn jih tIuet tIuetJOSE c cJOSE
JOSE osi ROSBMCK agtd si httr4 httr4CHARLES rq cty
CHARLES WAOXBB WG 1rn aged a ftrty ftrtyA f41rt7A f fA
A customer u and a traveling baTdmbwhose salMnmn salMnmnwhose sidwinsonwhose
whose identity baa not been learned lea tre trereported trereported re rereported
reported missing missingThe missingThe
The seriously serlou l3 injured are areset areJeks
J Jeks ycll MCMUHes It aint sa f frca r en manot5re
set not5re not5reMrs are are3It Ire Ire11ft
3It Mrs Joim J McMnnn kc eat sad side sviMd za sd
D I KiMock fcc tenfcn tenfcnH iin iinA
A 1 L RIeIaJer RIeIaJerllM17 hg he helly
H llM17 sy ChtiBlMiM CIa Mraal I talKta talKtaMa bcInMis
Ma 111 Ccwfc hissed ba4r b4 r UufeeA UufeeAMany buheiMany
Many Ian others were injured but all were wereable wereable wereable
able to go to their homes and in the con confusion eonfusion confusion ¬
fusion their names were not obtained obtainedThe obtaInedThe obtainedThe
The cause of the explosion is not known krownIt knownIt knownIt
It Is suggested SU ested that a gasoline tank tank In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the building caught Are In some way and andexploded andexploded andexploded
exploded first setting off a large quantity quantityDf mlt mltfir
Df dynamite dJnamltewhlch which was kept In the place placeIt placeIt
It is also declared that the explosion explosionoccurred ecpIQMonoceurred expioslonoccurred
occurred in the engine room of or the theJournal theJournal theJournal
Journal JrIa jintlng rmUnc Company ComJJUlYaext next door to tothe tothe
the hardware store More and theft the jar set setoft setof setoff
oft th the dynamite m tatlle tatlleCn 1 the ster sterCaine store storeCause
Cause Cn e Is Ii Sot Known KnorrnBoth KnownBoth KnownBoth
Both the store tore and the printing office officewere o olilcewere lee leewere
were destroyed so It cannot be de determined tli tlitermlned Jetermined ¬
termined where the first t explosion oc occurred cccttrrdd ¬
curred Just before the explosion oc occurred ¬
curred parpl pa peri badutalsgp 1Ntd place through throughthe throughthe
the main fa hI1 fisMtt of the hard hardxvare budware bardware
ware store st le TlSe 1 street str ws wu crowded croWded with wHhpeople withpeople
people watching the parade paradeSuddenly paradeSuddenly c
Suddenly Sudde ly there was a terrible roar and andthe andthe
the earth seemed to rock The hardware hardwarestore hardwarestore hardwarestore
store and the printer seemed to split splitopen splitopen Pltt Plttopett
open There was another big explosion expkwionand explosionand
and people were knocked from fro their fet fetWomen feftWomen feetWomen
Women screamed and the groans g of the theinjured theJnjured theinjured
injured could be heard en every side sideFire sideIiJre siseFire
Fire broke out In the two ruined build DuUdIn buildings buildings ¬
ings In and fanned by a light wind swept sweptalong BW sweptalong pt ptalong
along Main street streetAll streetAU streetAll
All the buildings bulld m 1ft the vicinity were wereshaken wereshaken
shaken s to the foundations fOUDda tIons and the crash crashof cntshor crashof
of falling glass G1a could could be heard through throughout t throughout rough ¬
out the town People living on the out outskirts CHltskirts outskirts ¬
skirts of the downtown section rushed nichedto r rushedto 8bedto
to the rescue of the injured They found foundthe foundthe foundthe
the street st t filled with unconscious unoon dous done men menand menalld menand
and women who had been stunned s by the theexplosion theCpIosto theexplosion
explosion CpIosto
Rescuers Rush to Scene SceneIn SceneIn SceneIn
In response re pon to the cries for help which whichcould wblehcould whichcould
could be heard coming from the wrecked wreckedbuilding wreckedbulkIl wreckedbuildings
building bulkIl the rescuers entered en teed They Theyfound Tbe Tbefound Theyfound
found many man persona suffering from cuts cutsfrom cutsfrom cutsfrom
from oroken glass and some were crush crushed cI1Ished crushed ¬
ed by the walls of the buildings which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had collapsed Stores several blocks from fromthe frumthe fromthe
the scene of the accident which Welt heel heelcoped es escaped escaped ¬
caped material damage were turned turnedinto tamedinto turnedInto
into temporary hospitals bo where w the in injured injured Inlured ¬
jured were taken takenIn takenIn takenIn
In was s then t found that the fire was wasassuming wasft8SUmln wasassuming
assuming ft8SUmln alarming proportions Near Nearby Nearby Nearby ¬
by towns were called upon and fire firemen ftremfn firemen ¬
men and apparatus were rushed here herefrom herefrom herefrom
from Cold Water St Henry and Part Partland Pertland Portland
land Ind By 2 oclock the firefighters firefightershad firefightershad rr ghters ghtershlul
had succeeded In checking the blaze A Adozen Adozen Adosen
dozen buildings were destroyed before the thefire thefire thefire
fire could be gotten under control Th Thbuildings Thf Thfbuildings TbbuildIngs <
buildings destroyed were The TkeJoornal TkeJoornalPrinting Journal JournalPrinting JournalPrlnung
Printing Company Helby Helb saloon 10011 Bank of ofFort oCFort ofFort
Fort Recovery B W r Ropes 6 residence residencebarn re5ldencebarn residencebarn
barn and blacksmith shop telephone ox exchange oxehange oxchange ¬
change Morvelius Opera Houso Ho Mlnard MlnanlIng Minarding
ing dry goods and hardware store storeWILL atoroWILL storeWILL
Presbyterian Synod of 3few cw Jersey JerseyArranging Jcra JcracyArranging 7 7orrnnglnA
Arranging Matanl Fund FundAsbury JundAsbury FundAabury
Asbury Park N J Oct 17 17The The Pros Presbyterian Pnosb Prosbytentan ¬
byterian b tertan Synod of New Jersey busied busiedItself b bilOleditself SCld SCldItself
Itself today with receiving reports repor from fromthe ftntthe tDtthe
the several nnd committees co Considerable Considerabletime Comil ConsIdraijletime pble pbletime
time was occupied in discussing dhJcu ing a plan planfor piAnfor planfor
for a mutual pension fund by b assessments assessmentsupon asse ementupon assessmentsupon
upon ministers under sixty years of age agethese agethese eg egthese
these assessments to be added to by the thechurches thechurches thechurches
churches churchesIn
In discussing the report of the Board Boardof Donlof Beardof
of Home Missions Mtslons Rev Dr John Dixon EHxonof Dixonof on onof
of New N w York branded the metropolis ad ada a aa asa
a heathen city clt The synod was some somewhat so sowbAt somewhat
what startled by the appellation coming comingfrom comingfront omlagfront
front a New York pester p but it was wasallowed wasallowed 8 8aUowed
allowed to t a pass at that thatRev thatUev thatRev
Rev Samuel D Price of Camden CII1nd n who whoreported wMreport whoreported
reported report for the th committee on Sabbath Sabbathobservance Sabbathobserwnce sabbathobservonce
observance said that since the bishop bishophill blsbopesbill bIshopbill
bill had eon gone into effect saloons Joons have havebeen haTebeen haveheeit
been closed throughout the State
Bitten by a Dog DORHelen DogHelell DogHeleti
Helen Schmidt aged nine years of 305 305V 30y 305V
V street s eet Jiorthwrtt was M bitten on the IPS IPSyesterday l leS lggyasterday
yesterday eS rdaY afternoon by a dog owned own by byAnnie 1 byAnnie y y4nnle
Annie Lomax of 31 V street tIIt t northwest northwestDr nortnw8ltDr northwestDr
Dr E D Thompson oIt attended the girl girlwho gtrlwho girlwho
who was not seriously hurt hurtYonIl hartYoull kurtYoull
Youll not only draw interest but Lutalso butalso
also have the tl f privilege of checking cMck 8 against againstyour againstyour st styour
your account at will in the banking dept oeptof dept deptor deptof
of Union Trust Co 1414 F st rt atioo
9100 100 Frederick Fr > detfcl KecdyMvlllc lCeedysvlllcIletarn An Antlctnm n ntletnm
tlctnm liageratown Unger town and Return ReturnLeave RQtuJnIJeave RtnuLeave
Leave Baltimore Ohio station Oct o a aS3 I 21S
S3 S3t S R m returning re lrmog leave v Hasrsoivn HagenJt wn f
Keedysvllle K idjfsvtlle fat I > and Frederick 7pm 7pmsame 7 p m msame in insante
same day Splendid opportunity to spend spendSunday spendSundaY spendStindar
Sunday In country countr

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