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May Indict Several Independ Independence IlulepClulellce IlleIpelltleiice
ence League Le il Leaders LeadersSRJBERY LeadersT eacler eaclerBRIBERY
A1 itapliy MU11 1n1 > 11J 11 Hurls Bomb Into Canl Camp Campand CanIlantI I
and Is Subpoenaed SubpoenaedSensation Su Sub1oenaedSonsatlon bl ocllned ocllnedS >
Sensation S Jll tlon of C the Gnmpnigm Comes ComesTWlicii ComeIW ConteW1cn s
TWlicii W cn TaaiJKaaiy Leader Dcclarei DcclareiCandidate DeclarcJIICnbcUdntec
Cnndldntes Candidate CnbcUdntec Arc Held Up Under UnderflJlircat UnderroIat UnderJlhrcat
flJlircat roIat Jlhrcat at of Putiiii Putt iu Independent Independent3Icn ulependQ1lti1lu t
3Icn i1lu Up In Opposition Uiilasx They TheySubscribe The TheSuJ y
SuJ Subscribe crillc Liberally to Fend FendEerq Faiid5w 1Iu11I1feW
5w Eerq York Oct ttWben Charles FtHarphy P PUtarvhy 1leader
Utarvhy leader of Tammany Ban made madehe m84 m84tile madek
tile he k pie cha charge ge today that reweFentaIves reprecenta reprecentatUiMtog reprUta11Ye8
11Ye8 ef the Iaaliepesdeaee Ill l1fl f6 League were wereS we weap re
tUiMtog np Tawjnany candidates for foroeal forocaIoIices f
oeal ocaIoIices offices to eoa compel tet them to toii tolb subscribe subscribeiberony
ii lb iberony + ealty tc the campaign fund in inCer Inncder
Cer ti beep the league from aamtltg namin naminto g
D < ka e to oppose them to then thentcfCts 4 44 44t
tcfCts t J he tt e onderatood to have furnisauttrtct furnis d
auttrtct LM tnatt Attorney At tenJe Jerome with a much raucbJtwtttjr muchtom
tom ff r r3t
Jtwtttjr 3t was subpoenaed tonight tont to toappear tof t tappear 0
appear before f e the grand jury tomorrow tomorrownornhig tomorrowaDCI w 0w
nornhig and explain his statement At Athe Athe A t
1 he same sispme me time a subpoena was issued issuedor Isnnedor
or Francis E Shober a Hearst lien lleuwiBt J Jf1Ut lienen
wiBt f1Ut en t candidate for Cong Congress tsss on the
ramsaany r faer > eaerly aaI League tickets who an annxnsed a atee anmod
mod nxnsed when tee he beard Murphys urphys state statem Raterm
p m rm frfrthat Dt that at be knew of an taatancta instance where wherei wherenA
L i Taawnany Tkihmaayndidate y candidate had offered O ered money
to aft ail opponent who was circulating an
Indvflfeadeoee 1 a League petition n to with withtIaw
t Uraw
Prompt r9U1ltt Denial Is 3Inde 3IndeMuBbys JlndcJC1IftIbta Undcphys
MuBbys phys bald accusation today to < h7 stirred stirredthe stirredtas at atthe rted
the town as it has not been stirred in inmany taa lert1hnlr
many a day His
declaration that he sup supposed supatsed ¬
posed the league got some of Judge Ro Rotttlskys Ko KotiaIskys R Rsallys o
tttlskys money In consideration for their theirplacing theirplacla the theplate h
placing < Rosalsky y oa their judiciary ticket ticketof ticketof
1 of Francis McAvery eAYery one of the theray t tT
T asay ray IIY candidates brought out a aprawat aIJ
pr prawat IJ denial from Rosalsky RosaI y and the In
t dependence ce League took the uoubie to t tc u
cap c < ait Ha executive committee together a aad
have 1 itissue a statement that there thereno was wasno wufie
no truth In Murpbys charges That That bow bowe howems
e ems had no effect on the T Ttgiil Tammany am raar
tgiil chfaftain tsin who reiterated his charges and andsal a
sal c that they were easily capable le of offcnnors a apttp
PIWIIt pttp
PIWIItof fcnnors rora of bribery and attempted aUemntedery brib bribery brIbesy p ¬
ery have been in the air both in inuuty this thisounty ttd8ty
+ ounty uuty ty and In the others composing com comeveater i > a
Greater New York YoriE for several days bas basthere bat batthere butthere t
there has been no means of pins pinsnanny pinning
any y of them down when Investigated Inve ttpted
However How vCl Murphy 1IIthy claims be hewhere knows knowswhere k > Ows
where money was demanded and even eve n Anot
though the district attorney does doesewU not notc
ewU c tfl on him to tell what he knows knowstine of ofthe ofthe
the matter will be made public as the t h e
Tammany rm Hall executive committee is to toplaced toJe 1 1a
Je a placed in possession of all of the
I leaders information within a few days daysSvnwtBf da7LUAYOr daysc
SvnwtBf BcverMefc Says Sa Some Ifnriff IfnriffLniufrisjuiCJnd 1arUSe laritSierlades
tle Se 7fvoaa 1f actb8l1l a Chamg + Cni CniLgribspert nh nhartI1I4
LniufrisjuiCJnd Lgribspert > artI1I4 rbd Ort K 11 > 1 am a ateetlU pro proteettapdK INteetl
teettapdK to tile backbone ba and that is isrearoa onereason onerd80a one
reason way h I favor fa a limited tart tariff tariffion verb revision revIaIon ¬
ion Ion said Senator Berorkige Bew hi a speech speechfcewL speecbl speed speedIefO h
fcewL l ft
There rise should be changes in some me tali talischedules tariff tariffschedules talitrbeea if ifarc
schedules because beea conditions they w wmade were weremade en enmade arc arcwe
made es0t in t have
changed and because beeaueemaim we wemust WEm
must m not not hs imperil ieril the whole protective protectiver sys system ¬
r tem by putting < off admittedly needed neededchanges maderhaagus
changes d until so many 8Y ot them accumu u ¬
late that tJIeIr their combined force compete eQmpels eQmpelsgeneral a ageneral avbIcm
general revision revisionitics revisionIt vbIcm vbIcmXt
Xt It b both good badness adpod and good poI
itics to change particular schedules when whenneeded whenneede4 who U Uneeded
needed that Is the only way to save savewhole the thewhose tlaowhale
whose system systemLAW SJsleIaLAW
Idea I IJiI > lc ICJ1ather Jiailicr Than Return R turit Home and anilAdmit anddmlt an anAiI d
Admit AiI dmlt It Failure FailureSew FnilurcNew Failurefw
Sew York Oct W 18De8pondeDt 18De8pondeDtlcl Despondent be because ¬
cause lcl he had been unable to make any
headway in New York YorItz Alfred Holbrook Holbrooka Ho Hoa ibrook
a young law clerk from Pittsburg Pittsburgmtted com committed COII1mttt8I ¬
mitted suicide today in his room at No N NIs o
18 West Fiftysixth street by shooting shoot shoothimself
himself hi n the head Holbrook was wastwentyseven wastwat7ftJI
twentyseven years of age e and was grad graduated grotaxed ¬
uated by the law school of the University Universityof Unlversit Unlversitof y
of Tennessee six years ago O when IIN he heto came taint s
to 3 New ew York His father Josiah Hoi l
brook b fe a Pittsburg Pittabu business man
The young o law elm c worked for various v
firms but did let not make any advance advancement ach1lDCent adr adrnseat ¬
ment He had been out of employment
for the last six weeks and despite deter deterintoed deterto den denniaed
intoed to > effort talk to secure another anotherposition anothereca anot anotlam he r
position positionm lamru
m cousin Alfred Heber eber Holbrook HoI a at t ¬
tributes the cause of the suicide to the t he
fact ta t that the dead man maq did not want to togo to5ID I Igo
go home and admit that he had been a
td failui fallum fallumBWN
Irr Itcnnelt J1eh I rCIRiur fill Resign Osvln
n Ovrinj Ovrinjto Owintto I Ito
to 111 Health HealthPar liealtlaPart
Part Par Paia Oct KPrenn > r Sarrien li r arr ien ienalg will willa re resign eafter ¬
sign alg a after utter the cabinet council called taaUcitomotrow for fortomorrow fortoiBo
toiBo tomorrow vw illhealth t te said to haveadteftdraed have0de have0detertataed haveodeterlalaed e
tertataed Mm to retire He has hascr been beentime beene troo p
e cr + s N d for sums time with a desire dealtrede troow to tolit
rede + er erlit
lit GdIdaI 1 circles It is reported that t ha t
M 1IL > ile Uor ier minister of foreign affairs affairswW alCai alCaiwut rs
wW w also resign In this event It is islniad bo b rsb
lietod lleWtJlat that Ptechon the French r rgeneral resident residentgeneral
general in Tunis Tu1aIa will be madetabdder made foreign foreignminister
minister ministerWOMAN MbdII tabdderW
Touring lonrln Car Overturns and She SheCrushed Is IsCrtiNheil litCrnt4hcal
Crushed to Death DeathBoston DcaHIatoD DeathHawn
Boston Mass Oct 18 1JA A large touring touringcar tours tourscar l lear
car operated by Fred P Grant Grantpresident Jr Jrpresident JrdcItt
president dcItt of the Grant Yam Mills MUla MillsFitchburg hof of ofFHcbburg ofFttcbtMlrg
Fitchburg plunged from the roadway roadwayinto roadwaybIte road roadInto
into a meadow between Sudbury Center Centeratd Centeran Cent Centand er
and an Wayland late this U afternoon n a aoverturned and andoverturned 114 114overturned
overturned Mrs Fred Dillon of Fitch Fitchburg FItchurg Fi tc Ii Iiburg
burg urg was crushed to death beneath t the thecur thecur he hecatr
cur curMrs
Mrs Grant had two ribs rn fractured fractu fracturedwas and andwas aDdwas
was badly bruised Mr Grant although althoughpinned altbouchpinned ail ailpinned though thougha
pinned beneath the car escaped with withfew a afew afew
few bruise bruteeaMrs bruiseMr bruisesMrs
Mrs Dillon leaves three small children childrenNewton chUdrnaNewton chfld chfldNewton
Newton N J Oct 18 18Mrs 1AirsKays Mrs Harry n
Kays wife of a farmer near nen here hereInstantly was wasinstantly wasinstantly
instantly killed in an automobile acci accident accident no nodent d ¬
dent today She wax wa driving from fromBranchville fromBIanchviUe
Branchville to this place with her little littledaughter lit IItaughtcr tie tiedaughter
daughter m a light wagon when at atr a asharp afllarp
sharp r harp turn in Ole road an automo automocrivtn automobile automobiledriven automobilefori bile
driven fori wn by I Frank Allen son uf a wealthy wealthyI weal wealtysielan the
I hysiclan at Bemardsville struck her herihicle berI I Ir
I ihicle t squarely Mrs Kays was thrown thrownut thro throout wn
out < > ut and dl died d soon after aCt r Her daughter duughterYiS daugh daughcas ter i inas
nas YiS slightly hurt hurtVr1e hurtfinale i iWfilc
finale Boards d 2 Per r r 100 ft ftLumber ftLIIRber ftLumber
Lumber Trust UroUeit UroUeitLii llroJ DrolenJAL Il IlUhl
Lii Uhl > hi Co 6th h st ai 1 IT at e
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland CoiumbiaMaryland CtiunbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia raintomorrow rain raintoday raintoday
today t odaywhat tomorrow fair and same some somewhat somewhat ¬
what cooler fresh to brisk briskeasterly briskJ
J easterlYwinds easterlYwindsHERALD easterly winds
1 IGvaaers Gunners of Battle SUp Maine BQak BQakRecord B BRecord Bt ek ekRecord
Record RecordIFMlS Record1Fiala
1 IFMlS Fears of Loss of Life ia i Cuban Sfcot S SIODe > nt
1 IODe One Juror Ties Up OH JuryNoted Jury JuryI JU17lNoted
lNoted I Noted Forger Captured CapturedI CapturedlArre Captured1Arrest
lArre I Arrest of Insurance lnau Men Asked AskedS akodBaRkers lskod3Bankers
3Bankers S Bankers After Att r Express Companies CompaniesRichmond ComJMBHJRlebmolld Companies3Rncbmond
JRlebmolld Richmond Prepared forra for Mrs DCT DCTFuneral DttY1SJ
Funeral FuneralgActor FuneralIActor
gActor Commits Suicide SuicideTWork SuIdde1Work SuicideWork
TWork 7 Work of W C T U Keriowad RmowOtlPOJITIQI <
1 1RearSt Hearst Man Acettonl Acettonl1Qryan cewal cewalTh 1 1IDrpa
1Qryan 1 Th and La FoUetts I + Kay Form SarntNew FormNew
New Party Pat
3Death of an Arctic Hera UeroLord Hera3Lord If IfoLorcI
3Lord Lord Scatty Seall Once AVusWugto Itesldent Jtiaf Jtiafaent
dent lent < Dead Dead3Mrs DeadKrs DeadMrs
3Mrs Mrs Myers May Be Saved < from title thoGallows titleGallows
Gallows GallowsTaft GallowstT1LCt GallowsTaft
tT1LCt > Taft Tells President About Cuba CubaItSchool
ItSchool Boards Action Upheld UpheldONE UpheWONE
Fate F ate of Standard Depends DeI ellls on onFairness onFairness
Fairness of Single Man ManELEVEN ManELEVEN
Judge Jnel ndgrc c Danker Snys SA7 lie Will Vill HoldJury Hold HoldJury HoldJur
Jury Jur Portycijfht Honrs IIonrHIn In Cnac Ca of ofDisaprecincnt ofDisagreemcnt
Disagreement Ilctrinl Is IrobaUIc Iroballe1lh IrobaUIcXVliInperod Irohnhlc1 Irohnhlc1hll
1lh XVliInperod hll isPtrod < perccl thnt Origrliinlly Two TwoJnrors Tn ToJurors 0
Jurors Stood Out for Aoauittnl AoauittnlFmdlay torjulttnlFindlay oqulttnIFhMIIa7
Findlay Ohio Ohio Get 1100 IS Oos lone Jury Juryman Juryail ¬
man m ail stands betweetr bet the Standard OR ORCompany 011Ce1IIpany 01
Company C ompany of Ohio and conviction OIn1cttoa OIn1cttoaIn accopoV accopoVing at > Jw71 oosur
J ing nE to conAdenttal w whisperings at atcorridors is Ole Olecou < die diecat
cat < corridors tonight toDlPtTQ8 tonightmorning
Ills mor morning the word nI went wearsyufetdy forth forthquietly fort2aquietly
quietly < that the Jury stood tea for con conviction CODvtcthn ¬
viction and two for acquittal Late Lateday to today toy ¬
day da y this was amends to tile effort that thatone tMtone thatone
one had been n won over to the cause of ofthe oCthe
the State the other holding out eatbond stubbaniy stub stubbornly ¬
bornly bond for an acquittalA acquittal acquittalAccording
According A to t current rumors this wasthe w wthe was
the condition when this afternoon at mooo the thejury tileJur7
jury left its room to report to JudgeBanker Judge JudgeBanker e eBanker
Banker its inability to agree The ± judge judgestated Judpatatld
stated that be tit they should give the thecase th thcue
case further fnr tlsr consideration and sent them themheck Ift Iftbeck
heck They did not auk further instruc instructions IRstructIons ¬
t tions tionsJudge tIonsJ tbnssJudge
Judge J Banker saM that he would keep keeptomorrow k keepthe p pthe
the Jury oat at 1ftJIf ica until dI Sall 31 ed dock dockt11IOII eclt eclttotiareew
tomorrow W night nightnot rtfgDtriWtsfight
riWtsfight el kbMu M MDOt YM StltaeW
not be foist a wntvasonahie 7etreasoaab A J1I4 e One on w a toe of ofsuch of0IIa1on ofch
such su ch importance importanceThe b bThe
The general opinion Is that there will wulbe willbe
be a disagreement t Concerning CoDceraIn such a acontingency aC4III
contingency C4III Judge J Banker said jpnight jpnightThe jpDlIdltne
ne The feeing of tl the > st date te for a rehearing rehearingof
of the t he case should the th disagreement re result 1e 1ewlt ¬
sult > C will be subject largely ml7 to the tileof r rof wishtr wishtrof
of the prosecution pro erntJon An early hearing win winbe wmtherefore x111therefore
be therefore probably probablyDENIES probablyIDUES
XortJlj1rn Northern teninHKlp aeamxl i Ip Company Pleads PleadsNot Plentloot
Not ot Guilty Gunt to Charge ChargeNew ChnrgeNew
New few York Oct 18Tho Northern NorthernSteamship NortbenaSiellBUIbIp NorthernSteannsbip
Steamship Company through its counsel counselJoseph C01ID8eIJoetph
Joseph D Dudley of Buffalo appeared appearedbefore appearedWore
before Judge J Thomas In n the United UnitedStates UuttedStates t ratted rattedStates
States Circuit Clre Clrr > dt Court today and pleaded pleadednot pleadedDOt pleadedot
not n ot guilty with leave to withdraw to theIndictAneat the theindictment theIndicUllellt
indictment handed down against it t re recently Te TeefIIItJy recently ¬
cently charging It with 1th giving < rebates bata to tothe tothe
the American Sugar Helming Reftn Company CompanyThis
This to the same plea entered by the therest therest therest
rest of et the corporations and individuals individualsnamed IndtvtduaJaramed Individualsamed
named n amed in A the last batch of eight rebate rebateIndictments rebateindictments rebatendictments
Indictments i returned by the Federal Federalgrand ral ralSTand
grand jury juryAfCUDeDt
Argument oa the motion of Austen G GFox GFox
Fox and John D Lindsay I to suspend the thepassing thepub thepassing
passing pub ngthe of judgment and fixing AxlnsIn penalties penaltiesin
in inpassi the case of the New York Central Rail Railway RalIW7 ¬
way w ay Company and its general traxlc man manager JDaa3f manalter
alter 3f Frederick L Pomeroy convicted eonYletdW
Wednesday W nesday of having < given n rebates to the theAmerican tIteAmerican
American Sugar Refining Company will willbe
be made before Judge JQd e Holt to the thecourt swore MIllecourt sworeCourt
court tomorrow tomorrowIf
If I Judge Holt overrules overru the objections objectionsof
of the lawyers the penalties will be fixedimmediately iL fixed racedmmediately ed edimmediately I
immediately I In any case plana have havebeen baven 1
been n made not to take up the trial of an another aHother ¬
other Indictment until this one is 1 dis disposed disposed ¬
posed of ofTALK ofTALK
Senator Knox and Others Confer Conferirith ConCcr1Ub Conferwhit
whit Attorney AHorne General MoodyAn Moody MoodyAn Jlood JloodAn
An important conference on Standard StandardOil Standardon Standard01t
Oil was held at the Department Dep rtment of Jon Justice J Jtlce ¬
flee yesterday Attorney General Moody
United States Senator Knox of Penn Pennsylvania PeaasylUIl Pennaylt ¬
sylvania aylt + auiia Assistant Attorney General GeneralPurdy GeneralPurdy GeneralPurdy
Purdy and F B Kellogg of St St Paul Paulare Paul Paulare
are revIeWIng the report of the latter on onStandard onStandard
Standard Oil operations relative to vie violations vlolations ¬
lations of the antitrust laws The laws lawsand lawsaDd > a aand
and decisions are also being carefully carefullygone carefullyae carefull y
gone ae over with a view of ascertaining aacertalA i if ifthere Ifthere yf f
there t is lacking from the reports of ofSpecial ofSpeeial o f
Special Attorneys Kellogg and Morrison Morrisonany Monitionany
any evidence that will 1n prevent the gov government govemmeat govenment ¬
ernment from moving in the courts to se secure se secure ¬
cure the dissolution df > rnolutlon of o the oil trust trustIt tramIt tIt
It is no secret that the Attorney Gen General GeDerat Genentl ¬
eral is not oversanguine in being ab abto able ableto ableto k kyes
to carry out the Presidents desires desireswhich desireswhich dent dentwhich yes
which demand the legal separation of the thesubsidiary thesub t be
subsidiary sub anb klary > ddfary oil concerns from the holding holdingcompany boldlngCOIIIR hold holdcompany
company For this reason the President Presidenthas Presidenbas ideJlt ideJltbu t
has prevailed upon his former Attorney
General G RerI Senator Knox to assist lls lst the De Department Department ¬
partment of Justice in unraveling the theproblem theprobleel t tprobleLt
problem that hag 18S been causing it great greatworriment greatvOmment Brat Bratworriment t
worriment Mr Knox was closeted eIo with withthe withtbe wi th
the President before calling on Mr
Moody MOOdyWILL t
Speaker and Party of Friends Ex Exceeded j jcceiletl
cceiletl Speed Limit LlnILPhlladelpbla LimitPhiladelphia j
Philadelphia Oct IS lNotlee Notice was served servedlate ervedlate serv servlate
late tonight by the police department on onSpeaker onSpeaker
Speaker Cannon William S Vare Vare Con Congressman Con5retIRIIaD ¬
gressman George G D 1 McCreary < and a anumber anumbe
number of newspaper men IRJD that they theywould theywould the Y aY
would be placed under underfor arrest tomorrow tomorrowfor toIAorrowtor
for exceeding the speed limits while trav traveling traveltR ¬
eling to an automobile between various variousRepublican arIousRepublican s
Republican meetings this evening eVeD In al all allthere anthere l
there were three machines which amdr If a awhirlwind i iwhirlwind Iwhirlwind
whirlwind round of several political n D Dlop + rt rtings
Baltimore and ReturnBaltimore Return 1 1Dnltimore 123 123Baltimore I
Baltimore < fc Ohio It Ii REvery R REvery IL ILEry
Every Saturday and Sunday All 11 train trainhMTii trfrihth trainrr j 1
hMTii rr rt h ways wa was f both days except ex Itt iloyui l lim I
1 ul u
Senator Rmyncr R RY a yneruThC2Democrnticparty ne u ThcDemocratic party ought to nominate a Southern man for the Presidency
No Communication GUI1111111I11C t1o111 with 1tI 1 1laild Is Island IsIancl ¬
land Yet Y et Established EstablishedEEAR E tablishc1 tablishc1FEAR
lrfl ra7 7 1fE BEEN LOST HOSTStruck
Struck S truck Key l eJ Woxt Yesterday Y tercln aiorn aiorniugV JrorningTh
ingkrlhea iugV ingTh Tlien ft TinMini llcatlcil Xortli Xarthcastwarsl Xortlicnwt SurthCnlthaTct
cnwt CnlthaTct varil in I s Atlantic Ocean Occnllo Occnlloord OcoanloWord STo SToIVoril
Word ord from HHVHHSI Ih tUut Sin Sinus c IBarly IBarlyYcsterdn Burl BurlYescrdn
Ycsterdn YesterdwyShies SliijtH In Harbor There ThereUp ThereCp ThereUp
Up to an early hour this morning noeemsrtmnieatiwa no nocommunication DOeemieatIon
communication has been established t with withHavana withHavana withAsvsma
Havana or any Cuban cable station and andfrom aDdfrom andfawn
from the meager telegraphic telesra 1c reports no ofthe of ofthe otthe
the storm from Florida coast noints U hi hifeared IstfAftd beared
feared f that detailed reports of the terrific terrifictropical terrUlctropical tttrtiflietropical
tropical hurricane that has been sweepingthe sweeping sweepingthe weeptnthe <
the Island J will show bow that lives have been beenlost been10st beenloot
lost and hundreds of thousands of dollars dollarsworth doHanworth dollarsnorth
worth of damage dmapAltbouah done doneAlthough doneAlthough
Although it to iropooBible bIe to accuratelyintimate CC1UateI CC1UateIe accurately accuratelyestimate
estimate e the area area of the storm center it U Uknown iiimown bknown
known that the wind attained a velocity of ofmore ofmore ofmore
more than seventy miles an hourThe hour hourThe howThe
The big storm has veered out to toaccording toCCO set setccording
t according a CCO to a statement made hut hutnight JutDigbt
night by Prof A J Henry of the theWeather theWeatber theWeather
Weather Bureau It began to rain m mWashington in inWasldnctOl1 InWashington
Washington Wedna Wednesday W sdsy and it was sup supposed supINIe suposed ¬
posed p osed when the downpour continued yes yesterday JtIItentay yester ¬
ter 1 terday + day and telegraph wires wouldnt wouldntwork wouldntwork
work that this vicinity was getting ttfn a aforetoek aforeloek afttteforlt
foretoek 1 of the heavy weather from theAntUka the theAntilles tbfoAnUIIe
Antilles But there has been DO wind windhere windbe windhere
here be only a steady rain rather a drb drbxte drfM drfMsIe drbrle >
xte The intense moisture was the museof cause Cuaeof
of the telegraph t wire trouble troubleTIle troubleThe
The Weather Bureau reports that thatorm the thestorm 1Mstorm ilia
storm st orm ormand passed over Cuba Wednesday night aightand aiIatand
and Is now probably somewhere in laiR laiRYldntt7 the thevicinity theicinity
vicinity v of the Bahama Islands IaIDdaProf IslandsProf
Prof Henry said tbjre there was no wind windalong wta4aIOII windlong
along a long the South S Atlantic AtJa tfc coast and the thestorm tilestorm thestorm
storm had spent its strength stren th m ba that lo locality Jocallty IiCanty ¬
cality The storm warnings warnl along alongatlantic the theAtlantic thAtJaatlc
Atlantic coast coast which were wer were ordered out outWednesday outWedDee Ou OuWedneeday t
Wednesday WedDee ay and again D yesterday ye tec1la after afternoon afterJIOOII afteroon ¬
noon JIOOII n oon will be withdrawn this Uti morning morningVessels mornlJlgYeM morningVesxels
Vessels YeM elK lu Cuban Watery WatersThe WateryTbe nter nterThe
The vessels of the new navy now nawCuban in inCuban InCaban n
Cuban waters which may be affected by bythe bythe bythe
the storm are distributed as follows The Thecollier Theeoilier T Tcollier
collier Leonidas the cruisers Brooklyn BrooklynDenver BrooklynDenver BrootynDenver
Denver and J Minneapolis at Havana 1fa lravaaa the thecruiser tilecruiser
cruiser Cleveland at Clenfoegoe Clenfu s the thecruiser Uteerui
cruiser Des Moines at Santiago Santiagocruiser the thecruiser thecruiJMor
cruiser Newark en route route from em Guantanatno Guan Guantanamo Guantanamo
tanamo for Havana the cruiser cr > r Tacoma Tacomaat Tana Tanaat
at ManxaniUo Manspani lo the Prairie at t Hat Hatthe Havana Havanathe Havana Havanathe +
the battle ship Texas at Havana fiascosthe Uavazaa and andthe aacIthe
the supply ship Celtic also at t Havana HavanaThere HaTaJlaTbere Hs
There are several vessels v vessels s now used as asarmy aaarmy
army transports under charter in the theharbor tileboratHa t tharbor
harbor boratHa boratHaThe at Havana HavanaThe
The War Department Iesattraer bnent > t ha lias had no ad advices advices advices ¬
vices concerning roncemtng the storm Up to noon noonyesterday moo mooyesterday n I Iyes
yesterday yes lClay the Quartermaster Generals Generalsofllce o Qeneral Qeneralomeee s
ofllce o kf had received half a dozen dispatches dispatchesdirect patches patchesdirect s
direct from Havana but nothing since sincethat sInceta
that ta t how howThe bentThe
The storm which passed over Cubalast Cuba was waslast
last night central off the east coast of ofFlorida ofFlorida o oFlorida t
Florida It is a tropical disturbance of ofsmall ofsmall o osmall f 1
small diameter but or grra gITitr severity in inand i iand n
and Jlear near the vortex It passed ove oveSand over overSand r I I ISand
Sand Key and K Kf y West Fla at atoclock 2 2oclock i ioclock
oclock yesterday Je ter y iorninjr and the th winds windsattained wind windattained in1s I
attained a maximm maxhnW velocity i of seventy seventytwo seCDt seCDttwo seventytwo
two miles S an hour hourAppeared hourAppearerl
Appeared Last Tuesday TuesdayThe TuesdayThe rucsdlt rucsdltTb
The Tb storm first appeared appc > ared in the Carib Caribbean Caribbean ¬
bean J f1 + u hit 1I t Tuesday and nd developed dfVc1 pd a anorther aIIOrtherJy
norther IIOrtherJy y ctlnrs ours Hlr + Zl > fln rlnday > sday night i ipassed it itpassed t i
passed ovtu U oe tlc svtslvia cswza 4r port of o Cub Cuband Cub4 Cub4and s +
and was felt in Havana It has a north northnortheasterly northnort
northeasterly nort heaterly course which will pt probably probablytake pro ioab ioabtake ably ablytake Y
take it out irto irt th < Atlantic Ocean Oceanwlicn Oceanjf Oceaactl t
wlicn vr7crt jf > fl 1L thf + Ws 11 1171 ther ctl er Bureau officials otilc isls cx cxp x xrt
p rt < t ji 1 t its < > ilr V ip vh > P g 1 > at t severity Hri It will Wllll w11 w11ittnuc j jTV
ll j TV My ir < r tnrSoiiUi PI > 0111 At I i i Iant
ant west CViJ but nut W toe cumin de 1
to o coal ilnst or tronlilp tronta Srrtitnr Stnltary StnltaryVS irnltUJOf 3
VS 0 Git Of I i it l LH iJVTi l i iIUI i Y Ya U
+ a 09tn ice tt It nw nw1ff awj
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tree that H will develop at aw There Thfrcte TIwreIe Thereb
te no present t Indication that ft win be felt feltat INtat
at any of the North Atlantic A tIaatJc port portIV ports portan portsto
IV to o Report in New Ne YorkNew York YorkNew YorkNew
New York Oct < lAt 18 At a ale It hour to tonight to tobt toight ¬
night n ight bt the Island of Cuba was Milt cut off offfrom 0from offom
from fr om outside communication oa OB satcmuet satcmuetof account accountof MCDUl t tof
of the hurricane which sweat atftC atftCWeclaaday = bland it itWednesday
Wednesday W Wte ednesday night pstttiag A Alegraph ad Ih land JQ14te nxmltelegraph
te telegraph wires oat of > nJat Hpaorta Hpaortat 1 1te
t te the lajal Iftal IftalIII 1 wlattiert wlattiertgtaQli wolthCT vjLjho Jfa Jfagrapb
grapb aWrjis tDdIrat mdkmted that Hitt the tileCOIM storm Cad Cadcome dyadcOMk
come no farther north than tb the southern sontbernhalf southernhalf utlleni utllenibait
half of Florida along the east coast and andwas aDdapparently andas
was w as apparently going pl out to toWhile sea seaWhile seaWhile
While Key West w repotted e4 early earI tideorning this thismorning th thmondna
morning m orning that the hurricane seemed likely likelyto Ukel7to likelyto
to stay over o er Cuba it took a northward northwardtarn IIOrtIIwatdUlna northwardturn
tarn yesterday 7 forenoon and struck ruck Key Keyest
West W est at a about 10 oclock oclockAt ocl o clock clockAt ck ckAt
At that time the Western Union lost ItsKey its itsKey ItaKe
Key bleat W at connection sad hasnt found t It Ityet ItJet hyet
yet toHHcht All its Cuban and Southern SoutheraFlorida SoatIIenaFlorIda Southernlorida
Florida F lorida business only got as far as Jack Jacksonville JaekacmvUie JrntRsoavtile ¬
sonville acmvUieSWCCItt
Swucim Senrrnrd SenrvnrdThe SenrrnrdThe SenwnrIThe
The Western Union oOdals at Jackson JarcidssetvSle Jacksonville J Jvme ¬
ville reported at S oclock toafgfet a p lei ftHcastonal lei1ow8 feibus
bus 1ow81t
1t It b doud7 Iaeft here and then III Ala ec ectMIt trc trctasioaal
castonal arfcadtas but Jtttle wind We Wecn Werall Wecan
cn pt no farther South than PortPierce Fort FortPierce FortPIetcfo
Pierce CJ miles away on the east coast eGMt eGMtaDd coastand
land aDd then only oa two wires Fort Porttela Pierce Piercetettc Piercetells
tells as that the wind to quieting and andthat dtbat andthat
that the storm seems eee to be going out tosea to toThe toIlea
Ilea IleaThe
The Weather Bureau get little stormnews storm stormnews fionneW8
news in Its night t reports No obser observation ot MaUoa obsevstioa ¬
vation point south of Jacksonville was washeard washeard washeard
heard from The Jacksonville weather weatherottoe weat weather0C er erftported
ottoe 0 0C reported a barometer ro ter of MId Melt ftdicatSng MeltcadDc f tdi tdicatisg
catSng that a heavy storm to D was on not notfar notfar notfar
far away Th Tb storm seemed med to be cen centering eentetiag n ntmh ¬
tering off the east coast cout and drifting driftingseaward dr1fttDlfseaward driftingseaward
seaward None of the Gulf points men mentioned mentioned menioned ¬
tioned t the storm Rain was failing fal along
the ccast as far north as Baltimore BaltimoreBRYAN BatttasoreBRYA t1more t1moreBRYAN
La Follette Folk Cammins andi andiWeaver and andWeaver an anWeaver d
Weaver Are with Him HimIlcport HimUaport HimReport
Report in Wisconsin iHconln that Political PoliticalOrganization oHUcnlOraniznUon 1
Organization to Overturn Trusts TrustKnnt
and KnllrondM Is Formed FormedSpcetal FormelI FormelSpeeial Formedr
r t tto
Spcetal to to I TIle W WMilwaukee Waslitsaiia II IIKllwaukee Herald
Milwaukee WIs Oct 18 18TJaat 12ThatBryanLa That the theBryanLa theBI78DLa
BryanLa Fouette move to form a new newparty ne newtarty
party p rty pledged to overturn trusts and rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road influences Inftuen alleged aI1 ed by them to control controlthe controlthe controlthe
the government g government vemment is being beta held up by b the therefusal therefa tinrefusal
refusal al of Roosevelt to fend himself to totbe tQ tQtbe t tthe q
tbe new deal te reported current in Wis Wisconsin W WcoDBIn ls In Incousin ¬
cousin today as a a result of yesterday yesterdaysmysterious yesterdaymnterious yesterdaymysterious s
mysterious conference between Bryan Bryanand BrtaJand Brestand s
and La Follette on the way from Milwau Milwaukee Mlhraukee ¬
kee to Madison and nd then into Iowa IowaThe IowaThe IowaThe
The two politicianlecturers it is ru rumored rumored ¬
mored have secured the t t support of Folk Folkof Folkof I IC
of Missouri Cummins of Iowa Iowa and andWeaver andeaver am amWeaver I
Weaver eaver of Pennsylvania in their new newcampaign ne necampaign w
campaign asrti a the support of Roosevelt it itis itfa i t I
is said Is all 811 that remains maln to make the thenew th e
new plan pilblic llblic property propertyThe propertyThe I
The HryanLa a Follette conference onf rfnce yes yesterday or yesterday ei ¬
terday followed the tl speech of Bryan ii iiMilviuiko is isMilwa I i iMflwaukt
Milviuiko Milwa + ak e in tvh oh h h dflared Clarf > d that thatcorporations thatP tha t
Ysoscvcit P dl airs r4i rlefa t in Ws mocs again i M Mlorporatlons
corporations He then went on to say saythat laYtIat sa y
that ninetenths nlnett > nths of La Foilettea follow followers tollowus ¬
ers in Wisconsin were true Democrats Democratsind lXrnocratsmd lh rnocrat s
and he gave > his hi heartiest inaiursemero indoraemert indoraemertto ind r5pmert r5pmertJ st t
to J La Follrtti spying sa ina i1g that ho + cime ame me to toho tlL t tle n
ho L Stat 3 a t to light fg11 t for till rantJidatc t who whoas whIJd rah raha
as a yillui i gln Uiiiii iri tin orporaioa tp0rab Jic Jicpublican ncIabliean It Itpublican
publican who had defeated d feated La Follette Follettewho Follettewho Follet Folletwho I
who he said shoud have been giver giverthe give givethe r
i Itte
the lead It > a in the Congressional Congr sslonal ratebill ratebillfight rate ratebi ratebifight ill illfight ll
fight last winter winterKewatrk I jDoUt
Both Legs at t Oa by Train j 1
Kewatrk I l + wark Oct 16 lbArlhur Arthur Tine aged agedtwentythree aG1twentythree a atwentythree
twentythree had both legs cut off by a atrain atrafn
train today t 0 1 1 He was removed to St StMichaels Stlicl S t
Michaels licl aI Hospital Ii spita1 wh vihd n r it was iI said he hewould heweld h hA1s1U tP P
would vrobaiily 1r > iii iiiln air airlsntier iif I
Shaffer ln r d clf dt < l3r I trs r the < I 11 > < Floral Krfcpts Krfcptsfor Ett et tlJ tlJfor
for the most m notable treddtsgs14th wedng9 14th 4th < k I I IFree
Free Frt OyMteT 0 atrr rlHIICt rr nst lItt frt Sunday UluIt at 4trt s sGi
Gi rt rrU ckS f j JIDl JIDlL 1
L j i i
Fraud Is I Charged b bsilr in Life In Insurance Insurance h l ¬
surance silr auce Balloting BallotingOPENS BallotingiLtc a aE
E iLtc CON rON OPENS PENS WITH wrnr BUSH BUSHInternational Rumtnternatfonnl BUS BUSInternational
International Colloylioldcrx AKO AKOctatioii AolU las lasclt3on °
ctatioii lU u Seeks to Prevent Pre ent Mnrkcfl MnrkcflTiclfatA 3lnrkcTIckots IArkelTlekot d
TiclfatA Helii lIelnJ Sent Ont utOmcIRIII OutOfficialsCgmpsusics OIHelalw of ofC orCQlIIvnnlc a
C CQlIIvnnlc < iitpanlcff Declnre They Vre re Obey Obcyiitfir Obe ObehlJ Obeyill
ill iitfir the tile I Ion Law niv In IBvery Respect RespectNew RelPcctNew RespectNew
New York Oct 18 lITIae The following followingwas tei teiegnun teIwas
egnun was Mat from irotmtbt the manager R of the theInteraatkmai theIDterwatIoaJl II IIIntesnstlotuu e
Interaatkmai Policybolders PoIIc7 Assorlsrloa dssodatlonState dolt to toState to8uper1Dtenden
State Superintendent of Insurance insurancetonight 1UICe Otto OttoKetsey QUoJiCeIIIey t tt o
Kelsey Kelseyln tonight tonightMIa tGDlPtHln
MIa ln connection with flagrant violations violationsby vtoIatJoaby vista vistaby boas
by the New York Life Insurance Insuranceptuty Com Company ¬
pany 7 of section M t4 t of the insurance law lawwe Jawwe la w i iwe
we direct your attention to section sectionof wti3 33 33of 1or
of the New York insurance law R Rprovides which whichprovides 1IIcb 1IIcbpro
provides pro dM that any corporation COI1J or orviolating person personviolating penonTIoIatmc > S Si
violating any provisions vIIdona of the thenlaw i insurance msullUleeJaw insurancelaw tytnee
law except where 1aere such violation con coa coatut co cotunes tt tttutes
tunes tut a felony shall 1 in addition to topenalty any anypenalty anypeoaJt
penalty otherwise prescribed for or such suchviolation sucl1olatioD a nth
violation be guilty of a misdemeanorW misdemeanor
W Wa request t that you Immediately immedletefystitute In Institute mstltute ¬
stitute criminal proceedings against a agafastpersons t the thepersons theperwu
persons who have rendered tbemseivliable themselves themselvesliable thetn8elvealiable es
liable to the criminal penalties of the > law lawacting lawacting s w r racting
acting as agents ts for the the tb New York York Yorknsurance Life LifeInsurance Uf UfInsurance Li
Insurance I nsurance Company We will he beto pleased pleasedto 1
to furnish you with the names of A C a nher num number n nbel pm ¬
her of these agents both hfthfe hf this State Stateand StateIUMI Sts Stssad ie
and elsewhere together tber with evidence evidencetheir of oftheir ofthfir
their criminal crimi violation violationC olation olationC
C c R R SCRUQHAdJ Manager ManagerThis 1iaaaaerTIde IanagoThis
This telegram was sent after tetters tettersfrom 1etterfrotR lett era
from poUcyholders containing con ballots ballotshad JiotM they theyhad tbeyhM
had received were fte dumped late the theof oMce oMceof o4IIceUle
of the International PoUcyholders Pollqholdenclatto Polfcyheldersdaflos Asso AssocJadoa
cJadoa clattoAgent
Agent Send Out Ballots BnllotxAgents DulIot1llleats
Agents leats for the New York Life Lifttoday7 began begantoday bexaDtoy a
today sending 10 out ballots to the policy policyholders poIIeyboIdera pock pockholders y
holders A twocent stamp was placed placedon pIacecIon pisci piscion
on their return envelope the names namesthe on onthe onthe
the ticket in opposition opp idUen to that t of theministration the ad administration 4mbdstraUon ¬
ministration were scratched out out outholders the theholders thebokIers
holders policy number was written writtenonly not notonly DOtIy
only Iy on the ticket but also on the thegtdred re required re required ¬
quired form stamped on the envelope envelopewhich mvelopewbkh eavtb p pwhich
which was to carry the baI ballot back hackthe to tothe tothe
the companys ofttce ofttceManager onkeManacer
Manager Srughant rtrEbara seat fib t tafter telegnui telegnuiafter fly
after be conferred with Andrew C Gray Grayson Gra1l Gra1lIfOn G ra
son of Judge Gray otiDelaware of otiDelawareJWlt Delaware DelawareJuat
Just what action the superintendent of ofinsurance ofInsurancto
insurance will take on the manner of the thetelegram theteltgram t ttelegram
telegram is awaited with interest t in life lifeinsurance lifeinsurance II IIInsurance t
insurance circlesAlt circles circlesAH clrclfRAll
AH the ballots ba 1I0ts sent nt out and fld stamped stampedwere stamp id idwere I
were wtr signed in Instance
every ry by an anagent i
agent n Ent Manager mag > r Scrugham S < rugbam however de declared de declared ¬
clared that he had b d investigated and andfound aadfound
found that the postoiRce letter J tter box the thenumber thenumber t he
number of which was in large type ly typethe on onthe ontbe
the envelope sent to the th policy holders holderswas holdersWa hulde huldewas
was Wa that used for the main office of the theNow theXtw t tNew he
Now York Life LifeFirst
First Day Da of Election ElectionToday EhrtlonTo ElectionToday
Today To y was the first day of the elec election election eli ¬
tion for trustees of the New York and andMutual andMutual a aMutual nd
Mutual by the policy holders and affairs affairsin afralsIn affa Is
in life insurance circles > J so far as these thesetwo ths thstwo the se l lI
i I
two companies arc ar concerned took on onlively a i j
lively linn lrn The two WI d dTIUtilS patios sent nt l Ioy IoySJK 1ytbe y ySupi t t3uht
Supi Keieey Kei i + eirey ey to take up quarters In n nm tbe
m main in offices Om 8 of these companies compant arrived arrindand amt ed f
and went to work Isnac I Is ac Fuld is the thedeputy th thd t ha
deputy d < puty snt to the New lW York Life iU and andC a aC sad 1
C S M i < Arthur tr tl to th t1I Mutual 1lutnalAerntdiig I
Aecordipg lHord ig to tin Ui t + Ste Sa regulations rgubfioIlSi regnh = lio n
ihcsr tII x + two men m ir Ire supiv Jlppu llpp > vd d t < > K t t < sv svbit vry I Ibi1 1 i ibix
bit 0 ot malt It sent Into the companies a and andto ad
to go through It and sort out the thelots Bal Ballot J Jlotto I ¬
lot lotto Vice Vie President lr stdent Darwin P Kingsley Kingsleyof Kingit Kingitof Kings e5
of the > New York ork Life sid i1d id today t ti that thatlip h at t
i he e was Wa extending fxtndin t evfry i ry < ntry nlrt trtSv s 1 11nrts to trv1 th I
1nrts rrnrcprntativ PT ntlti f i tL slr1rl7n5 suprin lq rin IIdJt of ofand i
7n5 + l rf and it lI l tluii tla l i Siv i iriliy i 1 11 3ttl 11 11been 3 1 i
been detailed to open and sort sort the thebefore mail mailbefore 1
before the th deputy deputyl1eJ1cl deputySpend 1 j jSpenU
Spend l1eJ1cl n plcaxant 1Ifn nnt evening > tllins nt Hotel 230 tcI I i
1 l I
4100 1000 000 Spectators at Horse Show Sec SecC SccC SeeC
C W Smith Thrown Thrownpsdftl rrhro1Vllto
psdftl p l to IV WuftiBftoB W maid HcnliNorfolk HtnIdNorfoJk maidNorfolk
Norfolk Vs Oct ltC W Smith the tbemanager the11I theramespm
manager 11I ot the horse show was fatally fatallyJaIIrt fataifyhurt
hurt toaght toajht t wll when be was thrown tbroW by byhis byJaIa byhis
his mount antag f M he was taking taktDcfit on onot o t tof
ot th the Hardies to tile tie hunter claN The Thecrows Theof Thecrowd
crows crowd of of 4jfst persons was horror strict strickern strictat stJ1 k kMW
at as they saw the horse roll over on Xr XrSmith MrSmith r rSmIth
Smith and step OB him in attempting < to toarise toIU toarise
arise HJs IU spine is crushed At the lies bossttal Jao8lltal liesital
lltal sttal ital the physicians say he can not live liveMr livelIIr liveAir
Mr Smith was riding rfclht Sfabad and thera there thereiww ther thera e
iww a misup with the brown gelding geldingJiack geldingJ4K iRc iRcJMkSpratt
Jiack J4K JMkSpratt Spratt ridden by Roy Williamson WBHamsooof WftJIaJaoaJJhI
of JJhI Manama as they Ute were about to take takethe taketile to tothe kc
the jumps jumpsXarlier Jt Jn1Jeba JumpsZanier
Zanier in the evening Miss Ma MaI Marion MarionHcRoway Xaa10llJrAJwa rioa
I JrAJwa HcRoway away of New York York was Yo thrown thrownwhen tluvwDwbell t theli
when heli her mount JllDUDt Red RetBav Haven fell tellWOIfta Tbt Tbtwoman Tl TlC
C woman woman was not injured injuredOowUaod tajwe4ortJud injuredt
OowUaod t eortMaad W Smith I who w was s to fatally fatallyInjured tata11yIItjure4
Injured In Norfolk oIk > c is well known knownWabiagtoa hi hiWaaWaftoB InWa6
WaaWaftoB Wa6 and Afexandria AfexandriaGEN AkxaadrisGEN ria riaGEN
Pntipfne Pa tigne from fr m Shovriiijc Sboniu KxcurHloii fxeurxlonteas KxcurHloiiiKts RxcurHIonIms
teas Si Sights htt Held Responsible HesponfilIeManila RepondhleManila ResponsibleManila
Manila Oct 18 lS itThe The California exeur exeurskmistx exeurIdonlstM Ol air
skmistx will leave Manila today Gen GenE GenE G
E S S Otis the th leader of the party Is 01 01chiefly U1 U1ehkfly tl 1
chiefly from tbe fatigue of seeing ae seeingeights in < the thesights theIdghts
sights IdghtsFO eightsFORCER v vFOHGKR
ilviiUlJll FOHGKR FO FORCER GER THEIR THEIRa liililll a GUEST UUJjUlr UUJjUlrBaltimore GUESTBaltinlore
Baltimore lore Mayor Ma ror and Mel Merchant MelClallt liefchant ¬
chant Entertain Syniidler SyniidlerHAS Svin S fiiilller fiiilllerHAS ller llerHAS <
James Jn ICJII Hurtrny LniiKdon 1nnJcJofl Arrested Arrestedin Arresterin
in Chicago Operated In Europe EuropeBtf EurOltcB
Btf B Ihgypt > Pt Japan and Lnrec ClUe of ofAmerica ofAllurlcn o oAmerica f
America Police Report RClOrtCalllll Call Him Himself lIimHel Himself ¬
self Relative of Anelre Andrew Carnegie CarnefflcKaittesore CnrnegleBaItkMre CarnegieHaltlaere
Kaittesore BaItkMre M4 X4 Oct ItMayor B B 1 1I Clay ClayjTimanua Clayi
jTimanua i Tt Tlmsnss of DaJtt Daitimore and John J W WMealy Wea1J
Mealy ea1J a prominent jeweler with a ahi 1 home homem homeIn > tnae
m In tee Mount Washington Wulllllstoacovered dis discovered dl dlcovered ¬
covered today toda that they have e been enter entertaining eotertaIn1rc eatertanning ¬
tanning m III their homes a man whom whamsp011410 the thepolice thepollee
police say hi known as a swindler in New NewLast NewYer1t Ne NeTart w
Tart Part eat Cairo and andLast Jr JrIut
Last summer the son of the mayor and andthe andthe
the thend MA of the jeweler took a trip abroad abroadnd abro8dacI d
acI a nd Ml in with James Hartpy HartpYaid Flan Langdon
said middelPbiau to be the son of a projnment proMent t Plus Phttsdetphiao PbIIadelphlaa
detphiao detphiaoLater delphlaaLater delPbiauLater
Later Langdon who was a ayoung brilliant brilliantyoung brIIJIaatyouac t
young conversationalist had traveled a aaround all allaround aUaround U
around the world and was w supposed to be bevfce bet
vice president naddoat t of a rubber company companythe awl awlthe andtbe
the son of a railroad president came tasteBaltimore to toBaltimore toBaltim
Baltimore re He ws wefemasd hi hahomes the thewatch lbeI1
I1 oC UIe UIeso theIrNng M MSoe
so Soe n Ts T Ass Jt JtJaztsfrlaoaM 8QIt a a11IIII4 al
watch Irsle l and chsda > from the jewelry jewellX stow stowof
of e Mealy X ldttalyresented who was one of ate hosts and andpresented uclllMeDW
presented p resented In payment A a check for forTheft 2li 2liThen I ITheo
Then be left leftIlls leftIII lentIlly
Ills III Record Investigated InvestigatedThe tnrc tigated
The Cent Exchange Bank of o New NewYork N Re w wYOI1t
York said the check was no good goodpolice The Thepolice TheKOt
police got boor and this > It t the theof record JKOtdC recordof
of Langdon I as told by Captain of oftlvCII o otires Detec Detectives Dank o ¬
tires Huat Humphrey Oir and the records of ofPtnkertowi of the thePlnkertons thePlnkertoD1l
Plnkertons PlnkertonsLangdon PlnkertoD1lIDtPIoD
Langdon was convicted of forgery for forgeryIlrl in indie m mand Inand
Ilrl and cast off by his relatives He Heserved HealTftl
served a term and began k making makIa history historyfor blatorfor b
for himself lalm elt The pollee say he to known knownhi kROWIhi know
hi Patio Parhv Berlin London In Egypt and andin andIn a ahi
in Yokohama in each of which cities he hete heIII
te said to have operated lAlCCtS successfully with without withoat wi cis cisbaa
out being arrested He finally came carneto baa back backto beckto > c
to this u txinry t1VoHl y and located in Cleveland Clevelandtasslsyed ClevelandwIleR d
where be opeII an Insurance olke olkew sL Id
tasslsyed w a large force of clerks CapL CapLPioophray Captrq Cap Capsays
Pioophray rq says Langdon there passed passedseveral edRftftI 1
ea several eral large checks and worked of other othergames otberUte
largethe thecheats
games usttfl the e town got too hot for forand him himand Iaimand
and he fled to New York YorkIt YorkIt
It was during the big naval review reviewthere reviewtIIere tevk tevkhere w
there t several years ago that be hired a ayacht aJ8cht
yacht and stocked it with wines liquors Ilquoraaad 1 liquorsand ore
and cigars n and entertained hosts of o ofpk peo people people ¬
ple When the review had ended the theowner tlaeowner t towner he
owner wanted his money y for the yacht yachtso t
so did those who bad furnished the wines winesCable iDe iDeCn
Cable Cn hte inquiry 111I1t r Comes ComesOne ComeMODe
One day da the Pennsylvania Railroad offi officiate e l ldaJa ¬
dais in Philadelphia got a cable inquiry inquiryin lw nl
in regard to a man named Langdon The TheInquiry ThelDqull7
Inquiry was to the effect that Langdon Langdonwas LaapIooIn 51
was In London representing repreaeot1 himself himselLsngd himselLsngdf f as asrelative a arelative a1eIaUve
relative of President Pre Cassatt and andworked had hadworked ba4iworked
worked off a number of checks for large largesums JaflefR1D1a la rge
sums of money in n addition to getU getting gettingmuch getUmuch tag
much free transportation which he sold soldthrough soldtb so Id
through tb uch brokers brokersHe bro broHe
He was next heard of in Philadelphia Philadelphiahis PhiladeiphIhis hb4 hb4Ida
his native city a few years ago where whereIt whereIt whey wheyit
It te claimed he represented himself ht IRU as asan assn
sn army officer and disappeared leaving leavinga lesvl lesvla ng
a firing of worthless checks behind him himWhite himWh1Je
White 1 bile in Paris with young Tlraanusand TlraanusandInto TtmanusandWeal Tlmanus a a3iely
Weal 3iely LansdoH is 1 said to have wa w ked kedII1to k ed
Into the hotel at which the party was wasstopping vIUitopplng 1
stopping with 1th a handsome me diamond at stud studin tatd tatdIn
in n his shirt bosom He said be had hadbought atJo just justbought justboucht Jo
bought it for S15CO The next day daystaid the thostud thestud th e
stud was missing m but Langdon had hadnew a anew anew
new large roll of moneyIYangtlon money moneyLangdon moneyLa
Langdon La while here is said to to have baTea tokl tokla
a number of persons that he was a rela relative relative red redtlve a ¬
tive of Andrew Carnegie Langdon stated statedthat statedthat scat scatthat
that he was vas the vice president of t the theAmerican theAmertcan he
American Rubber r Company of 171Pill 17 William Williamstreet Williamstrftt ism
street New York and that his father was waspresident waspresklent w as 5
president of the New York Central Rail Railroad Ranroad Fla Flaroad wII II ¬ i
road and a director of the Huntingdon Huntingdonand Huntingd on i
and Broadtop Railroad which latter road roadhe roe roehe d
he h said aid had been built by D his grand grandfather srandfa gran granfather
father fa ther therToday
Today To daY Detective Tod Halt left forcage for Cbi Cbicago Cbfcat9wttb
cage cat9wttb with requisition papers tr Langdon Langdonhe Laagd Laagdhe o n >
he having been arrested in the West est hurt hurtnight
31 Mrs m Nicholas Dongworth DO Torth A AtdSL AsdstsCeremonIes wists iI In InCeretnojiieM InCeremmlics i
CeremonIes at Marietta 3Inr4ettaMarietta JInriettaKat1etta MariettaIliatietta
Marietta Ohio Oct ISoA 18 A tablet com commercorating commtmorattnc
mercorating the first permanent set scttle scttlenrnt tUe tUem u e
dent m nt in the old uNorthw Northwest < st Territory
wis a 1 unveiled here today on tht t college collegecampr o oramitt e eJ11II
campr J11II in the presence of a t 1 lirge + rgeerHtg rgt rgtrinK > ath athrrHg
rrHg rinK < c I r rrt rrJTninfrit rroT1 riinf mnt nt citizen frciu rGrl all a1 parts partsof MItsof
of the country Whltelaw 11hlhlr > w Reid te Iathe Iathepretlldfnt the thepresident t he
president of the Ohio Company Comp ny The Thepresent Theprt T he
present prt tnt memorial was as prepared under the th thCllSplCf1i t h
jMispices s of that society s + iciety ty and unveiled unveiledMrs by byMrs byM
Mrs M Nicholas Nkhol + s IxMigworth 1 L + lIgwQrth daughter tughttr of ofPresident f fPridpnt
President Roosevelt RooseveltUv Ron lttrs + eelt
Uv r irrria g iMii nc 1111 Vice President Prf idcllt Fair Fairbanks I Ibanks ur
banks spoke spokeDuring
During the ceremonies a street stret > t car carcrashed carrashed
crashed into a portion of f th the < > parade para p se serioujy e i
riuusi riou rioujy iy injuring min nn nnp < > people opk Those Tho e in inj
jiml j lr err rc f th hlff hi f of poltcv P Pn1i lfi Jaob Ji oh H DY DYI D > >
I Ii I UirrvT torr rr Kiily hl y I n + rd 1 I K ITr Hr HrV lI + ter > ry
V yjokl1 trig < Mvo Tit ioivr M flns j itr t i Ykcsky Y J I I IM1ck
Mlckle M1ck lam Wll Bawd DeY I Thomas t horraas Young Youngall YO You Youall ng
all of Marietta Ma tta and n Mr Amos m 5 of f Dayt Dayton DatonOts on
Ots He 11 lie l r any fjauistlty uth th anl anl1J a nil
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MaincSetsXcw Maine M laa laaSPEAKER aine Sets t Nelv 1 eiYa eiYaa Worlds VV orlls 1ldS Mark Markat Markt
a at t Floating Eloathi Targets TargetsENTIRE 13JgetENTffiE I ax ctn ctnIT
Vessel Steaming 12 Miles an anHorn an anROlli
Horn gal > While Filing FilingRecord FiringRecorcJ r irin e
Record Record of o Lei Hits Out of a Possible PossibleU POJlflflbieH7
idl U H7 Giving GsEvia an Average cr ilJlt of o 75 7 u < Per PerCent PcrCcnt
Cent Considered Consul eretl RciHarlutUIe ItcIHRrJc Remarkableills Remarkableillssonri blelhI blelhIHouri Mia Miaxonri
xonri DOCK Next Beat VorkOtIttr WorkOtherood Work Other Otherdfood I IGoocl
dfood ood Scores Arc Made in Mgrht MgrhtPrnciioc 2lightPrst Ight IghtPrncHoe
Prnciioc Prst P clfere 01 OJr aiar Hs MeJl1JilCtt cliiiiet < Coast ContNew ConJttNew CoastNew
New York Yerti Oct 18 UlA A new n record for forgunnery forat fornnery
gunnery gu nnery at sea has beon made by the thebattle thetiattte thelank
battle ship al p Maine flagship of o Rejr RC > Jr Ad Admiral Admini Admfra ¬
mini Tirana which arrived lure today todayfrom tocJayfJOlD todayom
from fr om the Massachusetts iarg t target t grounds groundsNot groundsNot groundsot
Not N ot only has the Maine Kain broken the theAmerican theAlD81can themerican
American A record but it is believed she shehas shebaa
has also broken th the < worlds world 5 recordThe record recordThe NevrdThe
The Maine and other ships of theForth the theNortfc theNortlt
Forth Atlantic fleet tried a new system systemof systemof systemof
of firing ak At floating targets using an en entire enUre enure ¬
Ure broadside while steaming steamln at twelve twelvemiles tWtlfmiles twelvemiles
miles an hour The gunners of the th Maine Mainefired Kalnftncl iiafnefired
fired a shot broadside of o 6inch rifles at ata ata ata
a target two miles mil A away and made the thereiotts themarvelous thearvelous
marvelous m reiotts record of twentynine twenty nine hits outof out outof outof
of a p possible > nerdbie thirtyBine thirtyBineFire thlrtDIneFIn ttlirtylltaeFire
Fire of the flinch nch guns were used u the theprogramme thebeing theprograauare
programme being to fire the > broadside broadsideat
at regular intervals But the target targetwhich targttwhich targetwhich
which was II feet long by 30 feet high highwas highwail
was knocked down by the thirtyninth thirtyninthshot thirtynlnthaot thirtyninthmvt
shot aot > and the fortieth arson was not l1rOOJU tired flreiiUliMsouri tiredMissouri
Missouri JU lSol1rl Also Boca Well WellThe WellThe VcIIThe
The nearest approach to the work ofthe of ofthe ortile
the Maine was hat of the Missouri Missouriwhich MlMourtwbleb Missourihich
which w hich made twentytear hits out of ofpassible Q QtortyoDf
passible fortyone Tfce record r > ord of theaine the theMaine theMaJne
Maine M aine figures out 75 per cent for the theinch 6 6Inda 6 6httb
inch sun S1IDL There was a moderate sea seaunning aearunning 8fanuant
nuant r running r at the time of o the tiringThe firing firingThe firingTile
The Maine broke other gun n records also alsoDating allYD
Dating D night practice firing rtng at a target targettwo tarl tarlto targetwo
two t wo miles away with searchlights for lo locating I IClUng ¬
ClUng the target the snip beln being at an anchor anthoc n nehor ¬
chor the two 12incn lnch guns of the after afterturret atiCt1llTet aftertu
tu turret ret in charge cha e of Midshipman Mr MrCaitdlfus Atrmade C CCuadJel
Caitdlfus made K per cent of bit btU Tht Thtsame TkLme
same me ntgst the 2inch guns at a distance distanceof di8 dinan l1 l1of + c cof
of one mile with the ship p ste3reia steaming at atten atlen
ten miles an hour made 91 per cent of ofhits orNt u
hits hitsThe I ITboe
j The record with the Cisch sung gun at t + t a adistance a adIsa
distance of MM 1 ls yards and tfct shtljgOfns ship shirgoing ship1JOt
going 1JOt ten teRlftilea miles an hour eighty snots in inall n nU
all U being fired was d per cent centLast eea eeaIAUIt
Last year the average a number aam + II > r hits hitsat hit hitat
at 4tt yards for the fleet was about W Wper ltJper toPer
per cent centTh ceJllTINt
Th TINt Maine had an awful time tlm in infat u ui vi
fat i beam sea between Montaut ontau and an nil Fire FireAt Fir FirWIaad FireIstatnd
WIaad At times she sh elimes e rolled to o dn tn augK augKC ausIcAan augl augletfltliswrs
cAan C ftftam dea dagifts + 3retrr For the first line in intw infloe
tw floe years leave fine hatches on tho th jtiart wartr inset < r
dt deck > ck w wee re battened down downDREADNOUGHT clownDREADNOUGHT
Terrific Broadside I Fusillade usIUac1e Have HaveXo Ha liaseBad e eSo
Xo ° Bad Bffect on Vvancl 1essschLondon VvanclLondon y tCI tCILon
London Lon k D Oct 18 ISThe Tbe battle ship Dread Dreidnought Dr > ul ulDOlubt
nought has passed most suecessfuilv suecessfuilvthrough 31JCCeSSfuihtbrough
through her gun n trials which were ere malt mad1 mad1In maltIn +
In the 1 1Mde English h Channel Broadside Broad idt fusil fusillades rUIi1Jade ¬
Mde Jade lades each of o eight guns with w th a full fullcharge fulle fullharge
e charge of 215 pounds poun s of cordite + md mdpound nd ndound > < IpoaJId >
pound p ound shells did not cause < the th Uast Uaststructural 1fa t tructural
structural damage although the usual usualquantity u1ualqUBntJU usualquantlty
quantity of o glass was broken and wrn wrnlight snrnlight m mlight <
light fillings were damaged Th Tbe e dN dNcharges di dichar1fes diharges
charges c did not affect the vessels ve stabil stability lltahilIt atabilfry ¬
fry It Even the broadsides only made mad her herrock llcrrock herreek
rock slightly slightlyWORK slightlyWORK
Accountant A Make 1uIe No fo o Important Dis Discoveries DIIIcocrIclC Dtacor ¬
coveries cor crler but Continue Search SearchSt SeRreSt
St LouIs Mo Mo l w Oct p The special specialaccountants sptt < tl tlaccouutaabJ
accountants a at work on the supposed supposedshortage suppo supposhortage supposedslioctsge
shortage in the St Louis sobtreasury sobtreasuryhave S1Ibtreuurybave
have made no important discovery as yet yetGldean y t tGldeaa
Gldean Buns who has charge of the in investigation InveStlpUon ¬
vestigation and J E Wilkic chief of ofthe ortM ofthe
the government secret service had Re Receiving R Reetno1 ¬
ceiving Teller D P Dyer jr before beforethem bfoforethem
them for an hour today in the office of ofyoung of701J ofyoung
young 701J 5 Dyers father who is United States Statesdistrict Stat Statdistrict Statesdistrict
district attorney the father being present presentand pretHntand presentand
and also two other sons Horace and andHunt andHunt
Hunt Teller Dyer left with his father fatherAH fatherAll > r rAU
AH present at the interview declinedto declined declinedto decHnt decHntto
to say what took place pJa e Blanz it Is Isclaimed Iselatmed iselainsed
claimed has received Ived instructions from fromPresident fromPresident
President Roosevelt to conduct It also alsoin alsob
i in reference to the fitness of ofj x homos J JAkin JAId
Akin Akins AId the head of the St Louis sub subtreasury aubtreasury sub
treasury for the positionThe position positionThe positionThe
The experts who are making the uive uivetlgatkm Inve InvetI1ltton inveQtigatlon
tlgatkm are said to incline to the opinion opinionthat opinionthat
that the shortage sbor if real r to of long longstanding longstandint longstanding
standing and may date back to the theWorlds theorids
Worlds orids Fair period when immense ImllJen e quan quantitles quantities
titles of money moDe were handled hsndledSPEAKER handledlaa
Illinois Federation of Labor Wages WagesVnr WagesWar VngellVar
War Vnr on Hint HintStreator HimSlftAtor HintStreator
Streator Ill Oct t lSpeaker er Cannon Cannonwas Cannonwas
was roundly denounced for Ids laborviews labor laborviews laborvleW3
views In several addresses before the UicIllinois thennlMria theIllinois
Illinois Federation of Labor in session sessionhere on onhere
here today A resolution has been be D pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared and will undoubtedly be adopted adoptedlater adoptttllater
later indorsing lIHJoa the candidacy of John JohnH JohnH
H Walker a labor unionist who to run runnln
ning nln against Cannon for Congress CongressRe
Resolutions Re were adopted urging the theabolition thfaboJfUett >
abolition of injunctions Inju Iom approving approvingwomans approin approinwos approvingtvatnaas
womans suffrage and calling calll for better betterworking bett betterworking r rworId
working worId conditions for street railroad em empioyes emplo employes
pioyesThe plo pioyes eL eLTttf
The report on conditions at the Joliet Jolietmeeting Jolietmeeting Jolietmeeting
meeting was amended so as to include aparagt A Aparagraph aP
paragraph P paragt ragapb aph of severe criticism of all oft officials oftcl oflldais ¬
dais cl ls who 00 nave have permitted violation of the thoconvict thtrOlnct theconvict
convict labor law 111 The charge is mad madthat madl madlthat madthat
that the law has failed as a result of the tiltcrookedae
crookedness s of many maa State officials whc whcinstead wh whInstead whcinstead
instead of taking supplies trot penal in institutions In3tltutlona Inetitutiona ¬
stitutions let contracts co tJctJI illegally and for forcorrupt forOrrupt forcotraipt
corrupt purposes to outside e manufactur manufacturers nt anuanctur
ers rs
J D Walker of Arkansas n Has w Skull SIculIFractured Skulllrncturecl
Fractured in Fall FallFay FallFayttteYiik
Fay FayttteYiik ttteriiie < tt via Ark Oct 18 18Fonnernltd 18Fonner Former FormerUnited
United nltd States Senator J D Walker to todav tolav
dav f iv tiI + ii i i town a stairway leading to his hiscic hisplI histct
cic + tct < iid Id was killed his skull being fr ttUC ttUClie c cyears
weed lie Til8 8evfolityslx years y ars old oldJ oklJ
J II Small S Sons Florists Florists14th FloristsHtll Floristslath
lath and t i MS Washington uhington Waldorf WaldorfAstoria Wtl ort ortASbrhL
Astoria and J T K idway dw Y New ew York YorkSlOO YorkSlOO
SlOO rrderirl Fru Fr > ItrlfJ > rlrk Keartysvllle n eon7 sviZleV sviZle An Antictnin AnUcfnm
tictnin IlajerstoTm and Return ReturnLeave neturnLPav
Leave LPav > Baltimore R Ohio 01 io stntion It tipa Oct < ids 21 Is
830 s a m returnhi returning untie II I1 c c au wa 6 6XccdypviUo 6l
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