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NO Nit 13 1 WASHINGTON B DO C SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1906 190LTWELVE TWELVE PAGES ONE O CENT
I m 13 mE IN STORM STORMERiottsKey STORMgllotfs
lllotts ERiottsKey Key Florida Is En Engulfed Engulfed Engulfeci ¬
gulfed by JT Waves WavesCUBA WavesCUBA
4
CUBA IN CHAOTIC STATE STATEAmemean STATElllecic8n SThTEAiicicui
Amemean Warships V ttlsl1is Escaped EscapedSerious EscapeISerious Es aped apedSriolL
Serious Damages DamagesCoastwise DamagesC DamagesContwise
Coastwise C astwi e Vessels Wrecked and Sev Several Seicra cT cTcrnl
eral cra 311 iUSllln i1JiIngDamnge s ins Damage In City CIt and andThroughout andThroughout andThroughout
Throughout Entire Island IslandIs Is Great GreatFlorida GreatFJ
Florida FJ 1 rlda Also Heavy Ilea Sufferer and andStorm andStorm andStorm
Storm Is Now Sweeping Up the theAtlantic theAtlnntIc theAtluntic
Atlantic Off 01 the Carolinas Carolinesaiknflf CnroUnas3tlta1ftf CarolinasM1ni
aiknflf Fin Oct iaElllotte Key an anIsland autnd n nIsiftad
Island twentyfive miles south sOuth of hero herowas herewas hCVQwas
was swept clean by th the wavas thrown thrownup thrownup thrownup
up by the cyclone ccIn ef yesterday and SO SOpersons 250pet8On 2S0persons
persons were drowned drownedTJie drowuoTbe drowiudThe
The steamship steam St St Lude was wssagainst crushed crushedagainst crushedln8t
against ln8t the Wand and u n twwityflvo twenty lvo of Its Itspassengers Itspusengera Itspzsengera
passengers killed A barge bsr which was ly lying lyIRS lylag ¬
IRS alongside a wharf of th the Key ey was wastorn wastorn WStorn
torn from Its moorings and 50 to 100 169persons 100ptmSODS 100persons
persons on beard were drowned drownedA
A steamship reported here tonight with withsixty withsixty withetxty
sixty wounded among theN Capt < Bravo Brawof Bravoof Bravoof
of the St LuCk who brings the Informs information InformsHOil Informstion ¬
tion He te 1 badly injured injuredCapt j J Jpt
Capt pt IllLYO avo says ys he anchored aRC iiy the thelee Utelee theIce
lee side 01 ElHotts EllI tts Key yesterday Y8Stft yesterd yesterdIng morn mornins
ins and that soon after the waves wives es en engulfed engulf enguifed ¬
gulfed gulf eel the island islandSt ialaDdSt islandSi
St Augustine FIlL Oct 18 1tAooordlng 1tAooordlngto According Accordingto
to trainmen from Miami 1Umf the cyclone c lone razed razedmore razedmort razedmore
more than H0 houses hous and churches and andthe IUMtM andthe
the city elt jail was so badly damaged that thatit that thatit thatIt
it became Came necessary neces ary to more the prison prisoners prisonar n nrR ¬
ers ar rR The fl top was blown off the Peninsu Peninsula Peninsula PenissuIaif ¬
la la md Occidental Oeel ntl Steamship Stamtt tp sheds shed the thecar thecar thecar
car sheds were destroyed and according accordingto
to their reports several persons lost their theirllvt thetr1f theirFlorida
llvt 1f
Florida Conxt IM Sw Supt SuptJacksonville pt ptJacksonville t tTackson11It
Jacksonville Fin FIa Oct 18 ItThe The greatest greatestdamage createstdamage greatestdamage
damage to the extreme seuth coast of ofFlorida ofFlorJda t tI
I Florida was caused about M oclock oclockwhen oclockWMt ocloekwhet
when a L hurricane hu after having swept sweptthe aweptthe sweptthe
the southern southern pont of the peninsula pent 8U from fromabout fromabout fromabout
about 5 to 6 IB the morning doubled back backand bAekand backand
and hit with increasing forarat about M Moclock 11oclO II IIoe1ok
oclock oclockTrain oclO oe1okTrain < k kTrain
Train reports from Miami Indicate that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the elty suffered greatly tl and that In ad addition addition addition ¬
dition to the property loss there was U con considerable COItsiderabl considerabl ¬
siderabl loss of life Th or Tile big Royal RoyalPalms R07atPalms L LPaluis
Palms Hotel Flatters pataj p8IIJttt pebI winter winterresort winterre winterresort
resort re which was bem betnc fitted up it for the thecoming tbecoming thecoming
coming seaaoji is I said tel to have Dee bad badly bAdly badly ¬
ly damaged med the Peninsula and Occi Occidental Ocetdental Occidental ¬
dental dock has as been carried carrl d away awa
Death D nth and n c1 Ruin Jn h Cuba CubaHavana
Havana 11 vana Oct Oct ItNot Not since nee the island islandrepublic J land landTtpubUc
republic was born has such chatftic condl condltions coJldttiona
tions prevailed edu a aa at atIH1lSent present the result resultof resultot resultof
of the tornado Which Jafe swppt swpt over the u island islandduring
during t1Ie Vhe 1ie past fortyieight ferty1 t hours Air Aifliid All Allked
ked 1 idirea vires Wires are down and the rain nd which whichto4h WdeittoJlemdtiM
to4h toJlemdtiM tolIO4tt wd the th wind hah caused washouts washoutsall
all along the tit line of the railroads so com communication communication ¬
munication with various points nolnu on the theisland theisland
island is at present impossible impossibleWhile imDO lllbic lllbicWhile
While it is impossible to make even an anordinary anordinary anordinary
ordinary correct estimate tltt of the damage damagecaused damageauaed
caused by the storm it HUMUS that the theearly Uteearly
early statements of twentyone e killed in inHavana InHaYana
Havana is erroneous and the t lt list will ill not notexceed notexceed
exceed eleven eYeA at attBe the outside outsideStx outskleStx
Stx of these e were Killed in Inqutetdor Inqutetdorstreet ldor ldorstreet
street by falling walls the structures in inthat inthat Inthat
that section befog of a a flimsy character characterand characterand characterand
and fell before the force of the wind windFOOT wtndFour
Four ethers were killed in the suburbs suburbsBrooklyn suburbDrookln
Brooklyn Drags Anchor AnchorThe AnchorThe
The cruiser Brooklyn was dragged from fromher fromber
her mooring and touched bottom but got gotoff gotolr gotoff
off uninjured un The cruiser has an un unusually unusuall Unusuly ¬
usually usuall hiffh freeboard tre d forward forwar4 and It is isbelieved Isbelleyed Isbelieved
believed the storm struck struekh her racross across the thebows thebows thebows
bows lifting Her out of the water and anddragging anddrarging anddragging
dragging her anchor The other ships shipsrode shipsrode shipsrode
rode the gale without trouble troubleThe troublecoasttnc
1 The coasting steamer Elvira Elvf capsized petce off offthe oftthe oilthe
the harbor and her crew of ftve men were weredrowned weredrowned weredrowned
drowned drownedThe drownedThe
The Ward Line Steamship Steam llp Company had hadtwentyone hadtwutyone hadtwentyone
twentyone of Its Big lighters demolish demolished
ed by being dashed against tho wharves wharvesand whrveand whrYesand
and the Southern Pacific lost seventeen seventeenin
in the same way Many coasting ships shipsare hlps hlpsare hIp
are reported on the sands along the thesouth thePOU
POU south 1 coast but it Is believed that the thecrews thlcrews thecrews
crews escaped escapedA e8caped e8capedA
A conservative colL < rvaUve estimate of the th damage damagedone damagedOH
done in the city of Havana by the storm stormis stormis stormIs
is 990000 1 All of the modern construct constructed construcEd constructd ¬
ed d buildings withstood the storm but the theancient theancl
ancient ancl < nt edifices e ltke8 that antedate the time timeof timeor timeof
of republic rule were were smashed smashedThere RnIISh d dTbere
There is much destitution as a result resultand reaultand
and the auioorUles authoiIt1 under the direction directionof
of Gov Gen Magoon are taking prompt promptmeasures promptJneatiurf promptmeasures
measures to relieve any nay distress a AH AHtransportation AUtnm Alltransportation
transportation tnm portatlon lines In the city cityout are areout
3 S out of business but the authorities authoritiesare
are doing their best be and one car was wasrun wasrun wasrun
run this afternoon for several blocks b cka
Railway communication commU aU to the east eut west westand west westancl westand
and southwest can hardly hardl be restored
before the middle of next week weekBeautiful weekBeautiful weeIBeautiful
Beautiful Prado in RuinThe Ruins RuinsThe ftuinThe
The beautiful Prado the real rjplace show showplace showplaee
place in the minds of all Cubans and andwhich andwhJcJ andwhich
which has been referred to as the Fifth Fifthavenue Fifthaveft1J Fifthavenue
avenue of Havana a is a a total loss This Thisla ThlIs ThisSn
la a double thoroughfare extending from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Annel opposite to Morro Castle t tColon tj
9 Colon Park for a distance dl taMe of about a amile amU a L
4 mile mU The inner is
ellipse lined with withpoplar wlOtpoplar I Ipoplar
poplar trees and on the sides of the theroadway tberoadW8 th throadway
roadway roadW8 are the magnificent dwellings of ofthe c cthe i ithe
the richer residents of the city cityThe eityThe cityThe
The storm blew over the trees over overturned overt overturned ¬
t turned the statues and generally die dismantled dls dlsmutl diemactied ¬
mutl mantled the th park while the residences residenceson I Ion
on both sides show the effects of the thesevere theSYere th S Ssevere
severe wind windows being shattered and andchimneys andchimneys an I Ich1mney
chimneys demolished demolishedThe demoll demolishedThe lled lledThe
The cyclone C clone took the city cl unaware It Itwas Itwu I t twas
was preceded by a light rain which whichstarted whicistted
started in the afternoon and steadily In Increased Increa Increased ¬
creased crea d in volume > accompanied by a very verasevere
severe wind The Th lighter construct I
buildings were the flrst to feel the ef ¬
fects and reports of edifices edl ees being blown blownover blownover blowiover
over came into the police headquarters headquartersthroughout beadquartertbrougbout headquarterthroughout
throughout the night nightAbout nlgbtAbout flightAbout
About midnight mJdB Jtt the electric light plant plantwas plant1as t twas
was flooded and the ares Jn n the boilers boilersput b boIIei boIIeiput ra raput
put out This left the city In darkness darknessand darkn095and darknessand
and the result was wa AS a night of terror t rror for forthe forthe fo fothe
the residents re ident With the dawning of the Lb S
day conditions became steadily worse worseand worseand
and It was not until evening that the tb C
force of the wind < died out outGN outCk outGov
GN Gov > v Gtjn G Maroon summoned all of his hisaides MMakiN hi S Saides
aides and directed that the soldiers and am I
the marines on duty do all in their power C
to aid a Id the residents and this they did
All A1 tII of the steamers
in the harbor ro roCONTIXUED rcCO rettThTlNI7FD
CONTIXUED CO TJXUFD ON O FOURTH PAGE PAGaWide PGBIt1t PAGEWide
Wide It1t Boards onrih 2 lcr 100 ft ftLumber ftLnmber iiLumber
Lumber Trust Broken BrokenLibbey DrokenLibbe UrokenLlbbey
Libbey Libbe Co 8th st and N Y aVe
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFLor
For the District Diict of Columbia ColumbiaCloudy ColumbiaCloudy ColumbiaCloudy
Cloudy and colder today prob probably pro probably b bablr ¬
ably ablr rain tomorrow partly partlycloudy partlycloudy partlycloudyfresh
cloudy cloudyfresh fresh easterly winds windsf windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYTELEGRAPHIC SUMMARYTELEGRAPIIIQ SUMMARYTELEGRAPHIC
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1 11lJO 280 Die In Storm Storm off Florida Coast ConstIBoys Coast1Boys
1 IBoys Boys Tell How They Looted Bank BanklCrapsoy Bank1Crapsay
1 lCrapsoy Crapsey Case Roaches Final Hearing HfirlngIBishop Hearing1Bishop
1 IBishop Bishop Potters Daughter a Sulolde SuIoIde3Standard Suielde3Standard
3 3Standard Standard Oil Company Found Guilty GuUt GuUt3Rallroad Guilty3Railroad
3 3Rallroad Railroad Fined 108000 for Rebating Rebating5Jlrs RebatIng5Mrs
i 5 5Jlrs Sirs Davis Funeral Held HeldPOLITICAL HeldPOLITIGL HeldPOLITICAL
POLITICAL POLITIGLIMurphys POLITICAL1Murphys
1 IMurphys Murphys Charges Fall Flat FlatlChloo Flat1Chicago
1 lChloo 1Chicago Chicago O Democratic Club Scores SoorosBryan SooresBryan ScoresBryan
Bryan BryanSCabInet BryanGCablnet BryaniiCablnet
SCabInet Members to t Take Stump StumpLOCAL StumpLOVAL StumpLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALFast LOVAL2Falit LOCAL2Pat
2Falit 2Pat Fast Express Train Derailed Ncar
Navy Yard Tunnel Tlmnel Tlmnel2Taft Tunnel2Taft
2 2Taft Taft Sonds Troops to Quail Qu U Indians in
Wyoming WyomingComptroller WyomingComptroller VomIn S Somptrol1er
Comptroller Closes Aetna Bank Bank2Southern Bank2S0uthcm BankSouthern
2Southern Southern Railroad Rt UroadJlacblnl5ts Machinists Vote Vote on onArbitration onArbitrntIon onArbitration
Arbitration Proposal PropoSflllWashlngton Proposal1Washlngton j
12 lWashlngton Washington Asylum Charged with withFavoritism withFavoritism Jth JthFnvorltlsm
Favoritism FavoritismDEMOCRATS FnvorltlsmDEMOCRATS FavoritismDEMOCRATS
DEMOCRATS ARRAIGN ARRAI BRYAN BRYANRailroad BRYANRailroad BRYANRailroad
+
Railroad Ownership Own rship Doctrine DoctrineRidi DoctrineRidiauled Bidi Bidiculed RidIculed
culed at Banquet BanquetScathing BanquetScathlnJ 3anqu t tScathing
Scathing Allusions to febrns1 1ebrzt Aenrasltsm AenrasltsmCheered 1nn 1nnCheered nn nnOJucrcl1
Cheered at Annual Electing M ctlnJ of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Iroqnois Club ClubSeattl CIu1seol ClubSecsaI
Seattl t c The Washington Herald HeraldChicago 1IrnWChlca HabLChicago
Chicago Chlca Oct 19 19Speechas Speeches emblazoned emblazonedwith O ornblaaeisedwIth ed edIth
with Ith attacks on tho political affinities afflnltleseceentrlclt1 and andeccentricities andeccentricities
eccentricities 11 that have brought the Dent Democratic Dtntocra Dentoctntis ¬
ocratic ocra tic party p rty to the verge orge of diesels dissolution dieselstion l lUon ¬
tion as one of the speakers expressed expressedIt Md Md1t
It 1t marked marked the celebration of the thetweRQ thetweRQfifth twenty twentyJifth tweaty111th
fifth anniversary of the Iroquofe Club Clubthe CNthe Olalithe
the oldest Democratic club in Chicago Chicagotoday Chicagotoda Chicagotoday
today toda at t the club rooms One hundred hundredand lauttdreda hundredand
and a d fifty members heartily applauded tileIIpepc the1IpePces the thefpefohes
IIpepc 1IpePcesThe fpefohes fpefohesThe es esThe
The speakers did not pause at arraign arraignment anaiStment arraigement ¬
ment of William Jennings Bryans Brylln guy government ge geernmcnt guyerument ¬
ernment ownership theories but despite despitethe dpltebe despitethe
the fact that Mayor Dunne was a a guest guestof guestof t tof
of the club municipal ownership came camein auin camein
in for a L liberal share of disparagement disparagementWhen cUpaaStWhen disparagementWhen
When the mayor saw which way UM UMwind t1Mwind thewind
wind was blowing he left leftLambert leftLambert heftLambert
Lambert Tree said ueidthe d the Democratic panty pcant7today pantytoday par r rtoday
today possessed po emod ed a amusfilum museum of eccentrJ eccentrJstatesmen ecCeRtifestatC8men eC SRt SRtstatesman
statesmen statesmenArthur statC8menArthur statesmanArthur
Arthur J Eddy also was s pessimistic pessimisticHe pessimisticHo
He said
After all the regime of troubles and andfrwk AdCrettk andreak
frwk f polities polkl s we have been mixed ed up in inIt InIt inis
ite It is an encouragement that we e have haveenough haveenough havenough
enough e Hf life t to maintain our club and 00 are areable areable areble
able a ble to keep together togetherBryan togftU togftUBIan togetherBryan
Bryan Bryan is a hopeless case He Hebad Heh Head
bad h h ad only a tall heldott h l < Ott the band i wstgen wstgenan n ntkat n
an 3 that inflated his heed He Is clear off offnow errn
now n n ow We hoped that our great leader leaderwould lead leadwould leaderould <
would w ould gain some idea of the relative sizes sizesof slZeIIot sizesf
oa of o f his own head and the world on his trip tripabroad
abroad a but no sooner did he land than lie lieput beJlut
put li nt the fat in the fire in promulgating promulgatingtheories
theories t that bat startled s rt1ed the whole who country countryBryans co countryBryans ntr ntrBryans
Bryans railroad ownership own rsbIp theory is isonly Isonly isnly
only o nly the local municipal ownership fancy fancyseen fancyaeen fancyeen
seen n een through a magnifying glass Muni Municipal 1111cJpal Mmdipal ¬
cipal c ipal ownership is as monstrous a delu delusion delusion ddson ¬
sion s sfl on only onl of a lesser degree degr These no notions 0UOM noeas ¬
tions fl eas are diametrically opposed to the thefundamental Utefurllftmental theurtlamental
fundamental f principles of the Democratic Democraticparty Democrnt1eArty Democratkarty
party p arty as laid down by Jefferson JeffersonFrank Jeff JeffersonFrank orson orsonFrank
Frank Hoyne declared Bryans Bryan policy policywould poI poIwould pol1c pol1cwould
would lead the country to a social revo revolution revoJution ¬
lution l that to cut away awa the tariff would wottklregulate wouldrlgUlate
regulate r corporations corporationsRoger corporationsRogPr
Roger Sullivan was present and RJtdJng judg judgag ¬
ing l ag from his liberal applause was much muchpleased muckplealMd ranchleased
pleased p leased with the antiBryan sentiment in inthe IIIthe inthe
the air airBARS aJ aJBARS
BARS NEARER MY GOD TO THEE THEEConcession THEEConceJilClon
Concession Made for Lead Kindly KindlyLight Klnd1 Klnd1Light
Light in Bishop OConnors Edict EdictNew EdictNew
New York Oct 19 19Bishop Bishop John J JOConnor JOConnor JOConnor
OConnor of the Catholic DIocese of ofNewark ofNewark
Newark has Issued instructions to the thepastors lhePMstDrs theK4stors
pastors f K4stors of the churches under his direc direction direrUon ¬
tion Uon to discontinue the singing of ofNearer ofNearer ofNearer
Nearer My God to Thee and Lead LeadKindly LeadKindly LedKindly
Kindly Light at church services The Thebishop Thebishop Theishop
bishop b ishop said Lead Kindly Light might mightbe mightbe
be b e sung in the churches after the conclu conclusion conclusion conclulon ¬
sion e lon of services if the pastors saw fit Otto Ottopermit to topermit topermit
permit it but under no consideration was wasNearer wasNNlrer wasNoarer
Nearer My God to Thee to be heard heardIn heardIn heardn
In i n any church under his jurisdiction jurisdictionThe jurIsdictionThe
The The bishop declared the law of the theChurch theChurch theChurch I
Church did not permit the singing of any anyhymn MYhjmn
hymn that is not part of the liturgical liturgicalservice Jtturgicalservice liturgicalervice anyI I
service s and he added Nearer My God Godto Godto Godo
to t o Thee is no more a part of the service servicethan servicethen servicehen
than t hen Is In the Sweet Byandby The Thehymn Theh11I Thehymn
hymn h11I Is 1 purely sentimental wh whle whleLead whzcLead > e eLead
Lead Kindly Light is an appeal for forspiritual forspiritual forspiritual
spiritual light lightMAINE lightMAINE
MAINE HAS EARTHQUAKE EARTHQUAKETremors EARTHQUAKETrcmorlJ EAItTHQ1IAKETremors
Tremors Are Felt at Several Points PointsChina PointsChina PointsChina
China and Window Rattled RattledPortland RattlcdPortland
Portland Me Oct 19 19EarthQuake 19EarthQuakeshocks 19Earthquaktshocks Earthquake Earthquakeshocks I
shocks were felt in York Wells reUs and sev several 58 58eral ¬
eral other towns near Biddeford several severaltimes icyendtimes severn severntimes I
times today and tonight The tremors tremorswere tremorswere tremorwere
were very slight and beyond rattling the thewindows thewindows thuwindows
windows and shaking the chinaware no nodamage nodamag ucdamage
damage was done The first shock came cameabout cameahout canuabout
about 11 oclock this forenoon and was wasfollowed wasfollowed wa
war
followed by b a second about 3 p m Early Earlythis Earlytls Earilthis r
this evening there was another slight dis disturbance disturbance dieturbance ¬
turbance turbanceMINISTER turbanceMINISTER
MINISTER STRANGELY MISSING MISSINGEvery MISSINGEvery fiSSmGE r
Every E rT Effort to Locate Rev Rc George GeorgeC GcorgtC
C Poolton Falls FallsRed FailsRed nlb nlbRtd
Red Bank N J Oct 19 19Rev Rev Geo GeoPooltolJ C CPoolton d dPoolton
Poolton pastor of the M E church nt ntNaveslnk ntNIleSlnk al alNaveslnk
Naveslnk left his home Wednesday Vednesda Oc Octover Oclover Octover
tover M to attend an evangelistic meet meetIng meetlag j
ing and has not been seen or heard of ofsince orsince ni nisince
since His family fear that he has met metwith metwilh melwith
with foul play His wife has been toNecw to U j
New York and searched searched for him In vain vainAll vnInAll vainAll
All church accounts are straight and no noreason nbrtlRSOn n nreason
reason is known for his disappearance dlsnppeoranceONE disappearanceONE
HUNDRED DIE IN WRECK WRECKAccident WREOKAccident WRECKAccident
Accident on Railvrny RnIJTn from Moscow Moscowo foscowto r rto
to < o Kursk Fatal to Many ManySt Jlan JlanSt ManySt
St St Petersburg Oct 10 19ono One hundred I
lives are reported lost In an accident to ¬
day on the railway line from Moscow to ii ii iiursk
JCursk JCurskBnrion KurskDurion ursk urskUnrton
Bnrion De Ileplna lntl Sentence Monday aiondnyAbllane 2londnyAbi18ne MondayAbilene
Abilene Kans Oct ID oJoseph Joseph Ralph RalphBurton RalphBurton i iBurton
Burton will begin b in his six months sen sentence sentence sentenco ¬
tence at Ironton Mo next ne t Monday He Hewill H e ewill
will be accompanied to Ironton Iro tonby by Mrs
Burton who will remain in that town t wn un until untl1 untli ¬
til her husbands release relenseXl release4i I
Xo 4i coal dust or trouble Sanitary Sanitaryheaters S1nltar S1nltarheaters r rheaters
heaters Ofte Radiators Demonstrations r
569 eu 9th st nw
A AcOMING A COMING INSPECTION TOUR
c
Will Aill Have to ShbW Sh the President
HEARS GMPSEY CASE
Review of Famous Heresy HeresyTrial
Trial 1 Begins Bein in iuNew New N elf York Yorki YorkCOURT
i COURT C TO HAVE FULL CASE CASEMinister OASEJllnhter
Minister M inisters Attorney Attorne Argue Ground Groundfor Groouthafor
for Rehearlnc Rehenrln In Exhaustive Brief BriefAppeal DrleCApFenl
Appeal for Broadening of Church OhurcliFeature OhurchFeature
Feature of oPr Presentation cntl ttou of Dr DrCrnpney DrCrnplley
Crnpney j Side of the Cane CaneNew CalleNew
New York Oct O IS ITho The case of the theRev theReT theRev
Rev Dr Algernon T Crapsey vicar of ofSt ofSt ofI
St S I Andrews Church Rochester RochesterctUne RochesterctUnebefore came camebefore cameefore
before b efore the public again today when an anappeal RAappeal anppeal
appeal a was heard by y the court of review reviewsitting revl reviewsitting 1 1IItltn
sitting IItltn at the dioeeeafc loee house of the theProtestant theProte theProtestant
Protestant Prote taht Bptecol col Church at 419 41 Lafay Lafayette Larayette Lafaytte ¬
ette e tte street streetThe streetTh8 streetThe
The appeal Is from the decision of the thediooesan tJMdlo04 theiocesan
diooesan d ln court in Rochester which last lastApril IIIstApril lastApril
April found Dr Crnpsoy guilty lty of heresy heresyin h h1ft heresyn
in i n denying the churchs cIrtCh doctrines regard regarding reStnlIng rordag ¬
ing L ag the birth of Christ ChristThe ChristThe ChrIstThe
The court which Is hearing Dr Dr Crap Crapseys Crapseys CmiieTs
seys s eTs appeal consists of Bishop Scar Scarborough Searborough Scarborough ¬
borough of or New Jersey presiding Rev RevDn RIYDr RevDr
Dr William R R Huntington rector of ofGrace erGrace ciGrace
Grace Church New York Rev D B BBaker nBaker
Baker of New Jersey Rev Re John B BMores BMores
Mores of Garden City CIt L L L I and three threelay
lay 18 l ay members exJudge Charles Andrews Andrewsof
of the Court of Appeals of New York YorkFrederick YorhFrederick
Frederick Adams of Newark N N J and andJames andTames
James Packer of Perth Pertt1 Amboy N J JEdward TEdward JEdward
Edward M Sh Shepard pardvof or Brooklyn and andJ andJ I
J B Perkins of Rochester are the coun counsel counsel couneel ¬
sel for Dr Crapsey They are opposed by byJohn byTohn byJohn
John Lord OBrtan of Buffalo church ad advocate advocate d dvocate ¬
vocate of the Diocese of Western estern New NewYork NewYork
York YorkWhen YorkVhen
When the trial opened here today todR Dr DrCrapsey DrCrapeey
Crapeey and his son were present Mr MrPerkins MrPerkIna
Perkins began the argument for Dr Crap Crapsey CrapIe Crapse3 ¬
sey Ie which occupied the morning session sessionand s
and and was based on a brief in part as asfol asfollows fol follows foilows ¬
lows
Contention Contcnti n for Dr Crapsey CrapseyThe Crap CrnpseyThe ey eyThe
The diocesan n court should not have haveundertaken haveundertakeR haveundertaken
undertaken to pass upon a question of offaith orfaith ol olfaith
faith and doctrine at this time timeThe timeTl1e timeThe
The court of review must hold this thiscase thisease i iease
ease until a court of appeals is created createdThe crO crefttedThe lted ltedThe
The jurisdiction of this court Is broad broadenough broadenough I
enough to reverse the decision and put putthis putthis putthis
this eontrovery contr ver to eternal rest if It deems deemsthis doemstills doermthis
this advantageous to the church and to toChristianity toChristianIty te teChristianity
Christianity ChristianityA
A new trial should be ordered because becauseit n nIt
it Is contrary to the principles of law that thata thaia
a mans accusers should select his juds ju jutlns jutlnsThe lfS lfSThe s sThe
The court below erred in refusing tv tvreceive t treceivo t treceive
receive the evidence of clergymen of good goodstanding goodstanding goo t tstanding
standing in the church as to whether Dr DrCrapsey DrCrnpsey DrCmapsey
Crapsey had taught anything contrary contra to tothe tothe te tethe
the doctrine of Christ as this church hath hathreceived hftthreceived bethreceived
received the same sameThe sameThe sameThe
The decree of the diocesan court is un unjust unju unjust ¬
just ju t and it should be reversed reversedIn rcv reversedIn rse rseIn
In closing his argument argu 1ent Mr Perkins Perkinssold Parki 3 3said
sold Our church must broaden out if f It I t
is to take In all men Its limits must not no t
be restricted Christ did not ask what whatwere whatwere wha t twere
were a mans beliefs beliefsOffense beliefsOtrenMe beliefsOitense
Offense Was Not Intentional IntentionalMr
Mr Shepard followed Mr Perkins after aftera afte r ra
a recess In a long address and then thenadjournment thenadjournment t tadjournment
adjournment until tomorrow morning morningwas morning morningwas inomnlniW5S
was taken takenlu takenIu takenIn
lu hlfe hi argument Mr Shepard strongly stronglyemphasized ntrongl ntronglemphasized tronglyemlh
emphasized emlh fFl the point that the canon canonwhich I Iwhich
which Dr Crapsey was accused of vio yb 10 10ting ¬
bating ting had made the offense consist of ofadvisedly oradvised o f fadvisedly
advisedly advised or Intentionally impugning mpugnIn mpugnIndoctrines
doctrines do tlines of the church and that was the theaccusation theaccusntkm th e eacusatIen
accusation of the presentment but that thatthe thatthe thin t tthe
the diocesan n court had unanimously ex exonerated exonerated cxenemated ¬
onerated Dr Crapsey from any intention intentionto ii iito
to inipngn Imp gn doctrine doe trine Or r of having done so soadvisedly soadvlsedlTbe 0 0advisedly
advisedly advlsedlTbe The majority held that what who whosaid
he h ° said did in fact impugn sound doc docBaltimore docBalthuore docBaltimore
Baltimore and Return 125 125Baltimore 12 12B 12rBaltimore
Baltimore B ltlmore 1 Ohio R R REvery REvery HEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All trains 5
both ways both days except Royal Liar ¬
ited I
Dine but that Dr D Crapety wes Inns innocent ha hacetat Innscent ¬
cent of any Mimtkm u to tie o so MB hon honest JaoutWt hocet ¬
est belief f being that Ms interpretation interpretationwas lajerpcetatlowas pretat pretatwu
was the souad one oneCourt 0IItCourt osseCourt
Court to Hear P Pull ull Case CaicJohn CUlleJohn CaseJohn
John Lord O OBrIaR Brian renewed Ms mo motion motlon ¬
1d tion tlon 1 105 made at the previous pr meeting g I Idismiss tthe C Ciemles
dismiss d iemles the appeal of X Dr > r era crpae whish whiohwas whishas
was w wt as in effect taat tin sIueert voort of ft tbb Di Dicsot pJ pJeeee Plocole
csot wn of WeatefA wald Ke Metr Neis r York ft4 4 erra erranedmuy efT9 efT9y eiiia eiiiaeOuuly
nedmuy n y decided ecided that tlla t he had impajsmed impajsmedthe ImP1tp ImP1tptile imppgnedhe
the t he doctrines eetrt of the th Episcopal Church Churchespressos CbUrehexJrt8HII Churchxpressed
e espressos doctrines contrary to Episcopal Episcopaldoctrines B pieocpslertrlnes P l ldocb1
doctrines docb1 d and had broken declarations declarationsmade cJedaratJonsmade declarationsUsd
made 1 Usd by him at his h ordination ordinationUpon onUaatloftUpon ordinationUpon
Upon the motion of Frederick Adams idEasNewark Adamsof
of o Newark the court reserved lon decMonon deet decisionn lonon
on o n this point until the case had been beenheard ItHAlaean beeneard
heard b eard fa Ir Ir full fullCounsel tuRCo fullCouesei
Counsel Co OBrian protat protested emphatically owphaUcallyto Uaall Uaallto
to t o the Admission of a statement ua t af o Dr DrCrapsey DrCrap DrCraimoy
Crap y which had not bett eft given as asevidence R6n1cI asvidence
evidence evidenceThe n1cI e videnceThe
n1cIThe
The court decided to admit everything eYerthfngIIC everythingnarlng
bearing b IIC upon the ease easeBISHOPS awe aweBISHOPS eaceBISHOPS
BISHOPS DAUGHTER A SUICIDE SUICIDEMember SUICIDErember
Member of Prominent Family Suf Suffers Suirers Suffers ¬
fers fers from Melancholia MelancholiaMr
t
Mr Mrs CiMvdlii Was aJII Second Daughter Daughterof
of Bishop Potter PotterManner Manner of ofDeath oCDenth ofDcth
Death Kept elJt Secret SecretCrwmveU SccretT SccretCAlRwell SecretCromwell
T
Cromwell N J Oct ttMrs 1IM Lena Pot Potter Pottee Potnc ¬
tee I nc Cowdia daughter of Bishop DI Potter of ofNew ofNew ol r rNew
New York committed c cunitted cI suicide in Hallock HallockSanitarium HallockSlUdtarlum Hahloclianitarium
Sanitarium S here Tuesday night The fact factthat tacttJutt rich richthat
that she had ended her life did not become becomegenerally b bocoratearmally om omb
generally b n ray known until the issuance Ia BcO of the thedeath thodnth theeath
death d eath certificate today and aswI then it was waswith wa wawith was1th
with 1th great reluctance that the sanitarium sanitariumofficials sanitariumot1lda I Irnetals
ot1lda o officials l admitted that Mrs Cowdin had hadhanged hadlanpd hs I Itan
hanged tan herself in the basement of the thesanitarium thesanltufum thusanItarium
sanitarium sanitariumMrs sanltufumlIrs sanItariumtrs
Mrs trs Cowdin had been an inmate of the theinstitution theInstitution tienstitution
institution i for four weeks w ka being treated treatedfor treatedfor I Ior
for f or melancholia of which s sire ne had been beena 1 1long
a long sufferer ft rer Her desire for peace and andquirt andqqltt an i iuiet
quirt q uiet resulted in the sanitarium nutborlties authori authorities nuthorlies ¬
tl ties t ies placing at ber r disposal an entire cot cottage cotlaSe cotage ¬
tage l age with several MYers I nurses to attend her herShe herShe herShe
She was given every 1ery attention that wealth wealthand wealthand n nand
and the prominence of her family would wouldwarrant wouldwarrant I Iwarrant
warrant warrantHaving warrantHa1ng warrantHaving >
Having the confidence of her nurses nursesMrs nursesMrs nursesMrs
Mrs Cowdin prevailed upon them toleavp to tetw tetwher m mher
her to herself last Tuesday Tue8da afternoon afternoonami aft aftCmnoonand rnoon rnoonnOO
and after a short absence her caretakers caretakersreturned caretakersreturned n nreturned
returned to the cottage e ttage > only to find her hermissing l1ermissing Ira r rmissing
missing A general alarm was sent sentthroughout sen t throughout i
throughout tbTO t ughout the institution Instttutlonw with tlh the result resultthat r resulthat Ult Ultthat
that the missing patient pa ent was W1t found und sus suspended suspended suspentled ¬
pended from a beam in thft cellar cellarSirs eel1ulIrs cellarMrs
Sirs Cowdin was Bishop Bi Potters second seconddaughter seconddaughter secOfle I Idaughter
daughter She Sb was fortyfour years oors ot otage o I Iage I Iage
age Her husband hu band te a awesithy wealthy we itby wool 001 man manufacturer manufActurer manufacturer ¬
ufacturer well known to New York Yorksociety Yorksoeiety Yomisociety
society They were married November 3 31S88 3188tJ i ilsifi
1S88 Mr Cowdlas factory is at Pas Passale Passale Passale
sale N J JGEN JGEN 3GEN
GEN W HBELL H BELL EXPIRES EXPIRESRetired EXPffiESRetIrcI EXPIRESRetired
Retired Army Arm Officer O lccr Falls Victim VIctimto 1 1to
to Pneumonia PneumoniaDenver PncumoniaDenfer PneumoniaDenver
Denver Colo Oct 18 1Brlg Brig Gen William WilliamHempJdIl I IHemphihi
Bell U S SA A retired died diedut diedI1t I Iat
ut his home at Arvada near this city
last night nl ht cf pneumonia pneumoniaGen pneumoniaGen pneumoniaGerm
Gen Bell was born at Westchester Pa PaIn PaIn Pain
In 1834 He was was graduated adu ted from West Point Pointin PointIn Poin t tIn
in 1SK Gen Bell served throughout thocivi thociviwar tl1oclv1war I Iwar
war but the greater part of his railltusy railltusyService mIUtulYservicQ mihItar mihItarservice
Service was on the Western frontier and andIn andn tens I IIn
In n Alaska AlaskaDronx AlaskaDrOlJM AlaskaDrops
Drops DrOlJM Dead at Jones Jone Coffin CoiHiiAtlanta ComnAtlanta CoffinAtlanta
Atlanta G Ga Oct 18 1iLWhiie mile standing
by the coffin of Rev Rev Sam P Jones at atthe ntthe a atht
the tht State Statecapltol capltol today toda Mrs Irs M E Os Osborn Osborn Osborn
born dropped dead Mrs Mr Osborn who whowas whowas wit witIntensely
was intensely religious was was a great ad admirer admirer admirer ¬
mirer of the evangelist eyit iclfal and when she shelearned shelearned sit e eIntflled
learned of his sudden death became much muchdistressed muchdlstreesed mue ii iidistressed
distressed She was ivas a about seventy years yearsold Jearsold year S Sold
old but b t in robust health healthlO healthm1o
m1o 100 lO Frederick Kcedy KcccbTlllc vllle An Antletnn Antletnmh 1 1tlctam
tlctam Iaeertftovrn and Return ReturnLeave ReturnLoove ReturnLeave
Leave Baltimore Baltlm re Ohio station stationOct Oct 21 2
S36 a m returning leave lea e Hagerstown G G I I1eedysvihle
Keedysvllle 6e S JO and Frederick 7 p m msame mgame
same day Splendid opportunity to spend spen 1 i
Sunday in countr country countryA
A
=
BANK LOOT CAME EASY EASYClerks EAS1Clerks J
Clerks Tell How They Stole Stolefrom Stolefr01l1Tinst Stol e
from fr01l1Tinst Trust Company CompanyTOOK COIUaUjTOOK
TOOK 10000 IN ONE DAY DAYWould DAYoulc1 DA 7
Would oulc1 Fortfe orJte Check Against Ficti Fictitious FictlflOUK 1 ¬
lions Deposit DCpo lt and Piny PIn DockctSJaoIJJIIPnlc1 Backet BacketShops Bucks BucksShopsPaid t
Shops SJaoIJJIIPnlc1 Pnid Salary of GO Per PerMonth Perlontl1 Pt r rMonth
Month lontl1 to Handle Millions JIUUonlleu JIUUonlleu1euc MillionsSeleneed Sen Sentenced ¬
tenced 1euc c1 to Eight Years YearsPittsburg YearsPlttsburg enrs enrsPJtlsburg
Pittsburg Pa Pa Oct 1fDespte the ef efforts efforts e f fforts ¬
forts of the Union Trust Ths Company CO 7 one oneof OMof os oscf
of the greatest financial institutions InstItutiOnsPittshut of ofPitlsburf 0Pltlburc
Pitlsburf to keep k ep secret the facts of the therobbery therobbery ti e erobbery
robbery at the bank of between 5121191 5121191and Ii Iialld liA
and rime SMM6 5 OOO the whole story came out outthis outthis a ahis lit 1
this t his afternoon when Clinton B Wray Wrayand Wn y yand Ly Lyand
and Clifford S Hlxton who had pleaded pleadedguilty pIeacIedguilty pIea4 sti stiguilty I
guilty to having committed the robbery robberywore robberywore robber 7 7were
wore called for sentence sentenceThe seatenceTM
The story Is one of tho most remark remarkable 1WIMUkable reman it ¬
able ever hoard card in the court room reo and andwhen alKlwhen an 541 I
when Harry G Clifford the treasurer of ofthe o othe f CIs
the big bt bank corroborated the story storyski as astold astelcl 8
told by Winy ray and Hlxton Judge James JamesS Jam JamS es B
S S Young who was wa on the th beach threw threwup th thre esw w wup v
up both hands at the lax methods that thathad thatJMu1 tb at t
had been used Each of the boys were weresentenced weresentenced we re e
sentenced to serve ten years In we4e the theWestern tlMWestern LI 4e B
Western penitentiary although two twothe LIof of ofthe ofUte f
the sentences are to run concurrently concurrentlywhich concurrentlyVolIlch concurrenti concurrentiwhich
which reduces the th sentence to eight el Jtt years yearsWere eeUScrc year yearWere
Were crc Money Ione Mad MadTreasurer JInllTrea
Treasurer Trea vrcr Gleffer of the company was wasfirst W1l5tlrit w Na
first asked by Judge Young how much muchmoney muchmoney ma wLb Lb
money had been n stolen He replied that thathe thathe Lb at t
Lbd
he did not know positively but said saidit ft d dIt
it it was at least 15 100 liSiOI Wray was then thenasked tbenasked Lb Lbasked en n
asked what he had badto to say He said that thathe thathe th at athe t
he did not know the amount mount of money moneythat moneytMt mon e ethat y
that they had ra taken but It was WIts over overS6MO OverWe
S6MO 50 We were simply money Rey mad madsaid madMid madsaid
said the boy o who is very youthful and andfrail andfran antifrail
frail frailThere
There we were clerks at salary salar of 360 360a CPA S Sa
a month with my mother to support rind amiHlxton IUHtHlxton rindIlixton
Hlxton with Uh his wife and baby We Wehandled Webandied e eht
handled ht ndled millions we associated as with mil millionaires millionaires mu mulionaires ¬
lionaires and we hoard no other talk talkthan talkthan talkthan
than the talk of enormous wealth We Wethought Wetlfought Wethought
thought tlfought that we could take money from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the bank and It would never ba missed missedWe missedWe missedWe
We found f U1d it it so easy that we w kept on tak taking taklng taklug ¬
lug sometimes as high as 1000 11000 In a aday ada aday
day da
How the n e Bank Bunk Wan VA Robbed RobbedWray RobbedWrn RobbedWray
Wray Wrn then then told the the way they got tl tlmoncy t tInoney tire tiremoney
money Ha as teller tells would make outtn outtndeposit outia outiadoposihiIp
deposit dcposi doposihiIp slip in the name of some formpr formprdepositor formlndeposItor fomn4irdepositor ouqrtj
depositor whose account had long lapsed lapsedIt
It would pass through the hands of sev several sayeral ¬ I
eral bookkeepers and finally naUy iy f tp Hlxton Hlxtonwho Hlxtonwho Hixtonwho
who would enter it Then Wray wouto woutodraw woulc18 wouhildraw
draw a forged check for the amount amo U nt and andthe and andthe andthe
the check would afterward after d be destroy destroyed destro destroed ¬
ed by b Hixton HixtonAfter HlxtonAfter hixtonAfter
After he had made this explanation explanationJudge exp1auationJudge aJ1atlnn
Judge Young turned to Mr Gldit GlSffart l and andsaid andBut andsaid
said saidBut But surely your countpr coun countJ3po1 J bpofe po1g woulet woulethae would wouldhave vouidhave
have shown this discrepancy dlscrepan t rUg you younot lOUnot ou ounot
not examine mlnc that thatWe thatWe thatWe
We did not think It necessary nec ueCCStLsy s re replied 1i 1iplIed replied ¬
plied Mr Gleffer GlefferJudge GlerrerJUdge GiefferJudge
Judge Young said Well voEy vo QJy likely likelyyon lijc Ucy Ucyyon y yon
yon on consider it necessary n cessary now nowJudge nowTudge nowJudge
Judge Young then asked ked the ijjSQfi ijjSQfiwhether S I Iwhothcr e ewhether
whether any of the money moneytheir wassjstnilJn wassjstnilJntheir Wftgojstlffj Wftgojstlffjtheir
their possession and ai 1 Wray acffngf acafn acafnspokosmnn is isspokesman a aspokesman
spokesman declaroct declar l that ht they the did not nothave nothave nothave
have a penny pennyPlayed pennyPt pennyPizyed
Played Pt cl It In Backetshop BacketshopBut flucetshopH flucetshopHBut p t81OP t81OPBut
But hoW oi w could you u loje 1 such a a Im Immense lmmeoe Iramanse ¬
manse surhof snn money onoY in so sehOrt = Qi hOrt a time timeasked timeasked timeasked
asked UtMuflt 0 0Whllt thJ1ik thJ1ikWhat sum1
What 1Uwthe Jp tflb the bucketshpps bucke Ps did not notget notget notget
get I lost lostntg at atgtnbiing atgtnbiingWiny gambling gamblingWray inbUng inbUngWrn
Winy Wrn admitted admlttel that he had left a fast fastlife fasture fastlife
life ure but not an extravagant one OJl He Hesupported Heaypported Hesupported
supported his aged mother in a fine fineaj fin finn fineapaitment
aj n apaitment runent nt and explained 6 plnlned that she she sup suppJipiil supthat
pJipiil f that he was was one of the rising risingmlllfpnaires risingmuiIfthiaires
mlllfpnaires ri muiIfthiaires llr nnIres too tooHlxton tooH1 tooHtaton
Hlxton H1 i n made m de a plea for mercy rn rey and andbroke andbroke andbrok
broke brok down completely Y Wh Warn lien n the judge judgepasstd Judsap11SS judgepaasd
passtd p11SS paasd d sentence Hixtons Hlxton s young wife wifespooned wlCeooned wifestcooned
spooned ooned and had to be carried from the thecourtroom thecourtroom thecourtroom
courtroom j
1
TWELVE PERISH IN FIRE HREBoarding FIREBoarding PIREBoarding
Boarding house Bnrnx Bnrn So Rapidly Rapidlythat Rapidlytbnt Rapidlytinnit
that Inmates Cannot Escape EscapeBirmingham E EscapeBirmingham cnpe cnpeBirmingham
Birmingham Ala Oct 19 19The The board boardIng boardfng boarding
Ing house of Mrs E E Moody Moo y on Third Thirdavenue T TmIrdavenue lrd lrdavenue
avenue and Eleventh street burned early earlytod earlytoday
tod today y and twelve lives were lost The Thehottso Thahouee Thehouse
house was a twostory tenroom frame framestructure fmmestructure framestructure
structure and was used as a lodging lodgingplace lodgingplace lodgingplace
place by street car conductors and mo motormen motormen motomnreit
tormen When the Inmates awoke the theentire theent1re theesttire
entire building was wrapped in flames flamesand flamesnRd
and the lire re burned so rapidly that only onlya
a few of those in the house encapod encapodTh encapodTN encapedIbs
Th TN dead < identified are W N Nichols NicholsD
D B Neal W B Taylor G C Preston PrestonEd PrtonEd
Ed Caldwell E B B Henshaw Gordon GordonBurns GordonBums GordonBurns
Burns and William T Hall HallW HanW HallW
W R R Livingston Ollie K Hynes a C B BHenton EJiIenton BHenton
Henton and G W Troutman who Jump Jumped jumped jumped ¬
ed from rein the secondstory window are at athospital at1L athospital
1L hospital in a dying condition conditionThere conditionThere
There were twentyfour persons in the thehouse tit tithOPSCo thehouse
house including the landlady and her two twosons twoSOn6 twosong
sons It is believed the house was burg burglarized buTSlamed burglarised ¬
lamed and then set on fir firGKOVEE firGROVER flrGROVER
GROVER CLEVELAND ILL HICaught ILLCa ILLCaught
Caught Ca l1t Cold on Fishing I bblnJr Trip and Is IsConfined IIIConfined IsConfined
Confined to His HI Bed BedNsw BedNew BedNew
New York Ot 0 18 19Grover Grover Cleveland Is Isill isIII Isiii
III from a severe cold at Westland his hiscountry hiscountry
country seat at Princeton N J J He had hadbean hodbeen
bean ailing since the beginning of the week weekBte weekBfa
Bte condition yesterday compelled him to toteke totake
take to his bed He caught a slight cold coldwhile C4Jldwhile
while out fishing ft a few days ago but paid paidno paidno
no attention to it until today todayARTIST toda todaARTIST
ARTIST IS BURGLAR AT NIGHT NIGHTPolice NIGHTtf
tf tfPolice
Police Say Prisoner Planned Thefts TheftsWhile I IWhile
While Decorating Homes HomesArrested HomesrrC8tcd
Arrested rrC8tcd on Suspicion of 5000 5000Jcrrel OOO OOOJC1veJ
Jcrrel Robbery UobbcoLonJ LonfiT Criminal CriminalCareer CrimlnnlOnreer
Career lit Revealed UeenledNew RevealedI
I New York Oct 18 llLReslt1ents Residents of White Whlteane Whitee
e ane L L I 1 were astonished A tomslted today t dny to tolearn to1fIua te I
learn sM that their neighbor Frederick Mon Montague Ment3a0 Ion Ionn ¬
tague Halt n bad been arrested on amt susfrieJott amtfit sueplelos
frieJott of bnvfcig S stolen i 1155 i worth of ofJewelry otJ 01 01jewelry
Jewelry J wefry eleven days dtt ago from nina the home homeof homeof
of Mr MnI Thomas J Mclvenira at 411 41 West WestEad Wealnd rat ratEacI
Ead nd avenue avenus v Manhattan Maall ttan and that he had hadalready hadHretl htrit I
II
already Ired served two tm terms tenn for numerous numerousbttrsferfcs numerousHt I
bttrsferfcs bttrsferfcsHort
HOSt passed among the people of ofWhfcestone orWCIe ol I
Whfcestone WCIe as a IUt artist tI6t of reputation reputationIn8n0ecor reputationlat11KJCC reputationIasfrcto
In8n0ecor McLaaghlin McL gh1ln says 3 that he was wasa wasa wa waa
a house decorator and that he learned learnedto le1UA le1UAto I Ito
to beautify watts while serving a sen sentot sentacc mentsOe
tacc tot the State Reformatory at Bl Blmfnt EIto
mfnt mfntAccording
According to the Inspector lnspect < he would wouldlearn would1eam worthea2li I
learn I ea2li th tM bearing bearfa of houses hou es while dec decorating deeOa ¬
orating Oa o them and then return at night nightand nIshtrob nighnd doeL L
and a nd rob them themThr tbemTMo
The inspector says Hoyts picture is In Inth IRthe Is Isthe m
th the Rogues Gallery and he is knows knowsalso kAoWltaJlIO r rlso
also a lso under the aliases of James Tam E Car Carroll Carroll Caroll ¬
roll roll r oll Golday Golda and Gllroy GllroyOa GIlroyOe GilmoyOn
Oa October r 1 ISH L Hoyt was sent 10 10El1DIra ti o oEimira S SReformatory
Eimira Reformatory for two tv years verne for forthe fortbe fo fothe
the borgiary of o a a store on West Watt1JiIb Watt1JiIbstreet IStfa IStfastreet 1d 1dtreet
street s street tb tile fnseetor r says 7S and en Sell Soprtembsr SellA Sep Sepassibm
tembsr t i 10 1 to Auburn A Price Pulses for ten tenyears teneaR tei im imycars
years eaR for robbery robberyWhen robbrryWiaeu robberyWhen
When arrested last night Hoyt to hi11ed re reported vsrotted ¬
ported t to have havetold toW the detectives that thatthe thatUte the i ihe
the t he only thing thln he was sorry for f r was that thathe thathe the thebe
he tt would have to go beck and do the thethree tbeth Lb 0 0hres
three th t hres and a half years m In Auburn Auburn the theuncompleted theUIaCOMplebCl Lb e enncosiepleted
uncompleted portion of his sentence of oftea often 0 If Ifen
tea t en years yearsSAVES yearsSAVES yearsSAVES
SAVES CHILD PROM DEA DEATH DEATHFlrcman DthHFireman H HFireman
Fireman by Heroic Act ct ReHcnesBoy ReHcnesBoyfrom Rescues Boy Boyfrom 110 y yfrom
from from In Front of Train TrainUtfca TrainUtka
Utfca Utka Ut N Y Oct 19 ItEngineer Engineer Prime Primeand Primand C
and PVrojnaa kn Baker aboard a New N w York YorkCentral YorkCelltral Yor k kCentral
Central locomotive saved s ved a threeyear threeyearoW threeyearold threeyearboy
oW boy from death today The train trainwas tnllnwu tral a aspoeng
was speeAng > alon I ° i two t o miles mi mtIe west of ofRome ofReNe s d dRee
Rome when hen Engineer necr Prime and his lire flreman Breman lireurin i
man t saw w the boy walking on the freight frel ht httrae1t it ittmauk
track while a train bore down downpon upon him himat himat hit a aathighapeed
at athighapeed athighapeedTbe high II R speed peedDo
The Do boy saw w the passenger JUIIeII < train Then Thenbe Thenhe The a abe
be looked around ar und and saw 3ft w the freight freighttrain reilbttram St Sttrain
train bearing down upon him He stood stoodconfused stooileGltfU8ed sLoe ti
confused bewildered and the little body body1Iet bed bedeemed y tiy
seemed 1Iet s > 1IKd incapable of action actionPrime actionPrime
Prime put on the brakes and Baker BakerJumped Bakerjum Bake r ricm
Jumped jum down the gangway steps Then Thenhe The n nhe
he leaped the freight tracks seized the Lb a aboy
boy 00 and clambered on the smoking smOking car carof es r rof
of his train with the freight train close closeon don C Chis
on his i6 heels Another second d and the theDo Lb 0 0buy
boy Do would have been ground to pieces pleenboy
The ° boy 00 was carried to Rome and re restored rs rsstored
stored to his parents parentsTHSEW parentsTHREW parentsTHREW
THREW STOKES AT SOLDIERS SOLDLESSAffair SOLDIERSAtrnlr SOLDIERSAffair
Affair Occurred at Snjrua SnuaFecr Fever Re Reporteel Reported ¬
ported scar ear Clenlucolf ClenlucolfHanna CicnfucgosHavana
Havana Oct 19 10Stonl5 Stones were thrown thrownat thrownat throw n nat
at some American AmerIcanldler soldiers at Sagua Wed WedMsday I Inesdy
nesday MsdayGov nesdyGuy
Guy Magoon has declared the districts districtsy district La Laof
of Crucee C Vanchula Palmira and Lajos
near CIenCuegQS < Jienfues s to be an Infected zone zoneowing zone zoneowing zoneowing
owing t tQ the appcw ap ppaance uQe ice of yellow fever feverPassenger feftrPAssenger feverPassenger
Passenger trains tmnsruR running Ing between Crucesud Crucesrind Cruces Crucesand
and the other towns will nih carry physicians physicianswho pbYsicluaswho physicianswho
who will make inspections of the pas passengers MlSseA peaseagets ¬
sengers seA en en route routeA routeA j
A detention camp will be established at
Graces where nonimmuaes will be sub ¬
jected Jeer to five days observation before beforethey beforethe beforethey
they the will be permitted to leave le v the In ¬
fected zone zoneWOMAN zoneWOMAN zoneWOMAN
WOMAN OF EIGHTY A BURGLAR BURGLARExonerate BURGLARExonerate BURGLARExonerates
Exonerate Boy Do Who Vas Accused Accusedof Accuscelof
of Complicity lit the tli Crime CrimeSpecial CrimeSjteelaJ CrinicSpecii
Special to The WaAtegtan Herald HeraldMobile lleraldMobile heraldMoblie
Mobile Ala Ale Oct 19 19l1rs Mrs Florence FlorenceNeagle FlorenceNeatle FlorenceNeagle
Neagle nearly eighty years ears old and WIt William WItttam Wit11am ¬
liam Church seventeen years old wore woretrralgned weratrraJgned wornrma1gned
trralgned in the city court here on the theciwirge thecharge
ciwirge charge of burglary and grand larceny
When Wh n asked what she had to say the thegrayhaired Ulegr thegrayhaired
grayhaired gr yhafred woman stated S ted that she alone alonecommitted alonecommitted alonecommitted
committed the crime and she desired to toexonerate toGon toexoflora
exonerate Gon exoflora te the boy Th Tltd prisoners were
inatfijtaji fndt toli o for the robbery of She residence residenceof
of Ifc nlt flK K Warren WarrcnVESSEL WarrenVESSEL I IVESSEL
VESSEL SINKS CREW SAVED SAVEDUrltinli SAVEDrlUb SAVEDBritish
British rlUb Steamer Manning Founders Foundersin
in MidAtlantic MidAtlanticNew JUdAtlantlcNew MidAtlanticNew
New York Oct 19 19Capt Capt Abbott of the thef theBriUsh theBritish
f British steamer Vera which arrived here herertoday hereooday heretoday
rtoday today reported that when 100 miles west westmf westsu
mf su Fayal Azores Islands he sighted sightedsjnate
sjnate ijnaIs Dals of distress He bore down to the thevessel theCSsel thevessel I
vessel and found her to be the British Britishstfikmer BritishsiMmer
stfikmer sUiiun siMmer er Manning bound from Huelva for forPhiladelphia CorPhdelpbia forPhftmdoipbie
Philadelphia The Manning had sprung sprunga
a folk In a hurricane and was wa fast set settIttig
tliqgT tIttig Bo Bots ts were immediately lowered loweredfront loweredfrom
front Ipie thc he Vera and Capt Lawson and andb anda
b a flirv v of twentysix men were taken takenSlCC takenoff
off jtt tji rv sinking vessel easel and safely brought broughtsftaitf broUghtaQt broughtadtie
sftaitf aQt adtie ihrfJJe ie Vera Capt Abbott then made madeE madetiid
t6t E tiid ysl where Capt Lawson La Son and his hiSi bi biordtere1anded
draW i ordtere1anded ordtere1anded3o w arere re landed landedYour landedYour
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MURPHY MURPHYBACKS BACKS OUT OUTCharge OUT OUTharge
Charge C Against gainst Bosalsky Is IsMerely IsMerely IsMerely
Merely Figure of Speech SpeechGIVES SpeechGIVES SpeechIV18
GIVES G IV18 WTCNBSSBSNAiyagS WTCNBSSBSNAiyagSTells
Tells T ells Who Reported Attempt to toHold toHold toIlohl
Hold Up Candidates CandidatesWilliam Candidatesi CandidatesVllllam Caiididatcsilliam i
William W illiam A Astor tor Clianler and n d Con Congreatmiau Gongre1JfCmnn Congresnniau
greatmiau Gonlden Among Among > HI His In InformantM Infornlant iflforniantsRosaisky
formantM forniantsRosaisky RoimlMky Ro alHky Testifies Ills IllsDomination 1111ISomlnatton IllsNoniInatlon
Domination Came to Him Unsought UnsoughtMurphy UnMouglltlurlJh unsoughtMurphy
Murphy lurlJh Admit that Statement StatementAbout stntementAbout StatementAbout
About the Judge In Rash RashNew nAsIINow flashNew
New York Oct IB 19Emtement Excitement over the thesensational thesenMtlonll1 th thensational
sensational s charges made by Charles CharI F FMurphy FMurphy Furphy
Murphy M urphy leader of Tammany Hall that thatsome thatsome thatome
some s ome of the Tammany Congressional and andState andState andtate
State S tate senatorial candidates candldafe Ijad ad been held heldup heldup heldp
up u p for money by b thq Independenee Loague Loaguemen Loaguemen Iagueen
men m en continued today in political d dreies dreiesMr olmiesr les lesMr
Mr M Ma r Murphy himself went before the thegrand thegrand therand
Mg
grand g rand jury today and told what bat he knew Icnewabout knewabout knewbout
about a bout the alleged blackmailing operations operationsAs operattonAs
As A Ad s the result of his testimony to < tlmo y about aboutdozen a adozen aozen
dozen d Aw ozen subpoenas were J issued and the thewitnesses the1tneSseii theftneosc
w witnesses ftneosc on whom they tll y were wer served win winappear winftppearbeloro wiltppear
appear ftppearbeloro a ppear Before before the court on Tuesday Tuosdaymorning T dmorning Tuesdayorning
morning m orning when the investigation Jnvesttgatf8ftWJtl wifl be becontinued becontinued beontinued
continued continuedAmong continuedAmong c ontinuedAmong
Among those who wore subpoenaed subpcenaedwero subpoenaedere subpoenaedwere
were w ere William JUIllm Astor Citariler brother of ofLewis orLewis ofewis
Lewis L ewis Stuyvosant Chanler the Demo Democratic Democrath Demometic ¬
Le
cratic e and Independence League Le sue candidate candidatefor Clmat caintitciatoor at atfor
for f or lieutenant governor and Congressman CongressmanJoseph CongrMsmanToseph Congrebamanoseph
Joseph J Ju oseph A A Goulden of tae Bronx Vbo bo is isup Isup isp
up u p for or reelection reelectionWhen reelectionWhen reelectionWhen
When examined ex mlned by the jury Murphy Murphywas 1Icrplayas
was w as asked by Mr Jerome what his hIsoccu hIsoccupatlon occu occupation oocuatlon ¬
pation p atlon was wasMurpny 118IurlJlly wasMurphy
Murphy States m HIM Occupation OccupationDo
Do I 1 have to answer tb that tn he asked askedIt l18k askedit d dIt
It is customary replied the district districtattorney dletrlctattorney districtttorney
attorney attorneyMr attorneyMr a ttorneyMr
Mr Murphy urphy thought a a while e aad ad then thensaid thenseld thenaid
said s aid Put me down as a specufeSor specufeSorMurphy epeculsiurMurphy r rlIurphy
Murphy admitted adf ltted he had made the thestatement thestatement thetatemen
statement s tatemen that some Independence ce League Losguecandidates Leaguendldat Leagueandidates
candidates c ndldat s for Congress had demanded demandedmoney demaadedmoney demandedmoney
money to withdraw their nomiitattone He Hesaid HeId Hemid
said Id that he h had been toM this tkhIby by reliable reliablemen reliablemen le lemen
men Asked who these men were were he hementioned heme1tlonecl hementioned
mentioned those who were subpoenaed to today today today ¬
day day11urphy
dayMurphy
Murphy hedged when asked It it was wastruothat wutnto wastruethat
truothat tnto tltnt he had said Mr Resateky hadpaid hadptfd had bedpaid
paid mono moR for the nomiBttdon for the
General Sessions Ses l n bench benchAdmit beDebAdmit bendsAdmits
Admit Statement Was Rash RashThat RnshThat RashThat
That was merely J a ftgttre gSe of speech speechhe spee 5eehhe h hbe
he explained I have no Information of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the matter matterIs matteris
Is that not a man statement to toIbeut male maleabout make makejudicial
about a judicial candidate asked askedfo tb tbforeman the theforeman
foreman foremanYes fo foremanYS >
Yes es I guess It fe 1Ir replied the th witness witnessand wftntWand witneesztnd
and he was then theftJUdge excused excusedJudge excusedJudge
Judge Rosateky was also summoned summon d to toappear toappear toappear
appear before be CJre the grand jury and be became bettUIN Irecamela
came camela IB his hi judicial robes He wax asked askedif askedJt askedj
if j at any all time he had offered money or orcontributions crcontributions orcontributions
contributions for the indorsement indo ment of If 1 his hisnomination bisnomination hIsnomination
nomination by the Independence Il1depe once Leugti LeugtiI
1 I have not rot he replied uMy My nomina nomination noml nomleaLion a atlon ¬
Lion eamo to m me unsought 1ID8O t and without withoutany withoutItBY withoutany
any conditions attacncp attacncpThe attaclKtLThe attacbi41The
The judge ju g was then excused excusedHearst eeuIIedlIenrHt excusedhearst
Hearst Men Testify TestifyExCongressman TestUyExCongres TestifyExCongremmius
ExCongressman man Snober who is one oneof oneof emeof
of Mr Hearsts righthand tbancI men and andwho andwDo andwho
who is running runn again for Congress was wasanother wasImOther wasanother
another witness He was asked if he h had hadany badany hashany
any personal per nal knowledge of any an lode Independence I IlrndalCe lodependenee ¬
pendence League candidate demanding demandingmoney demandingmoney
money for his withdrawal and replied repliedthat repliedthat repliedthat
that he had not A clerk in I the office of ofClarence ofClarence ofClarence
Clarence G Shears Mr Hearsts per personal peronaI r rsonal ¬
sonal onaI counsel el was w also examined but his histestimony histetiUmon histestimony
testimony tetiUmon was unimportant unimportantUnder uutmilOltaatUnder unimportantunder
Under the law if Murphy could prove provethe provet provethe
the t charges made originally the Hearst Hearstmanagers Hecustmnsws Heirstmanagers
managers can be punished with a e sentence aeI1t88Ce norm normtosses ¬
tosses of imprisonment or a line of 3 3or 3699 3699or 3eor
or both It is not thought however howeverthat bow howeverthat ever everthat
that anything will come of the investiga investigation InvesU InvesUtion Invostigslion ¬
tion
Fear Tammanys Knife KnifeMr luUeMr KnifeMr
Mr Hearsts friends d8 and managers fear fearthat r rthat fearthat
that Murphys rlurph s outburst is but a signal signalto lIigalto sigrIto
to the rank and Ale Ie of Tammany Hall Hallto Hanto Hallto
to knife the Hearst ticket ticketSpeaker ticketSpetlker ticketSpeaker
Speaker Cannon spoke to a big audience audiencetonight audiencetonight audiencetonight
tonight in Durhxnds Durland Riding Academy Academyand A adelltYand Academyand
and there were other ol er mass meetings all a11over allover allover
over town townMr townMr townMr
Mr Cannon before going to the meeting meetingsaid meetingsaid tln tlnald
said be did not think the people would wouldvote wealdote wouldvote
vote ote to stop the present prosperity
Mr Hughes is still speaking upState upStateas
as is Mr Hearst Mr Hearst reacted reactedSaratoga re reachedSaratoga cIIed cIIedSaratoga
Saratoga today to where he went to take a arest arest
rest
Another Force Against Hearst HearstDeath IIearstDeath hearstDeath
Death to Hearst He rst is the slogan of ofthe ofthe
the the Independent Democratic League L or organized organized organized ¬
ganized last evening by oldline Demo Democrats Democrats Democrate ¬
crats It opened headquarters in the Im Imperial Imperial Impenal ¬
perial Hotel test night DI ht and by 9 oclock oclockwas ocleekwas oclockwas
was running full blast to cut Hearsts Hearstspolitical HearstspoUttenl Hearstspoiltieni
political throat It has some prominent prominentmembers promiaelltmcmbers prominentmembers
members who never have voted any pick picket tleket SIcket ¬
et but the Democratic who tao now say they theyare theyare theyare
are for Hughes and a free bench Its Itsformal Itsformat Itsformal
formal announcement states that It Is IsiVgainst Isgalnst IsjAgaInst
iVgainst galnst the newcomer who is against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the State StateAgainst S StateAgainst te teAgainst
Against false accusations against the thecourts tilecourts thecourts
I IAgainst
courts courtsAgainst courtsAgainst
Against class s prejudice and reckl reckless recklessabuse reoklebuabuse es esabuse
abuse of corporations corporationsThe corporationsThe corporationsThe
The league will not work witfe wI itll the vel velvet velvet eI eIgt ¬
vet gt glove but with 1th the malted JhiU JhiUHughes e1 e1hughes 1 1lIUgICS
Hughes in Democratic Stronprhold StronprholdOneonta Strollg1oldOneonta tronglrohdOneonte
Oneonta N Y Oct DCIMttIes Cbwee S SHughes 1L 1LHughS BHughes
Hughes spoke In four counties to toSohon ictin ictinSchenectady today todaySohonectady
Schenectady Sohon tad1 Scnoharl Delaware and andOtsogOj utiOts andOtsogo
Ots OtsogOj got making a total of twentytwo twentytwowhich twentytwowhieb twentytwowhich
which he has covered since the campaign campaignbegan campaignbegan campaignbegan
began One of the most notable features featuresof featulPSof
of the days trip was wa thewarm reception receptionwhich receptionwhich receptionwhich
which the candidate got t in the rockribbed rockribbedDemocratic rockrlbbedDemocratic rockribbedDmocratIe
Democratic stronghold of Schcharie SchcharieIt
It was the theo only 1y upState county which whichstood whichstood whichstood
stood for Bryan in his two campaigns campaignsand coImpaignand campaignsand
and it is the th county which furnished furnishedthe furnishedth furnishedthe
the th Republican party with good fighting fightingmaterial ftghU ftghUIJIIlteI1al fightingmaterial
material in the 1300 1 struggle when th thcitizens fhcltlzcns thm thmcitizens
citizens of one of its towns stoned Sena Senator Senator Sersatot ¬
tor Chauncey M M Depew and forced him himto himto
to flee for refuge to his train trainThe trainThe trainThe
The same town town Cobles Coblesklllwhich Oobleskifl WH which greet greeted greetad
ed the Republican spellbinders with boo hostility h htfUtybaek bootIiIty ¬
tility tfUtybaek back in 19 1JIJI turned out at the sta station station stathan ¬
tion 409 4 strong today to cheer Hughes HughesAt HughesAt HughesAt
At Other stops in Scbobarie bohurle ihere was wasconsiderable wuconsiderable wasconsiderable
considerable display of enthusiasm artl artlHorace an anHornce aniHorace
Horace G Tennant State committeeman committeemaafor
for thai county who boarded the Hugh Hughitrain Hughtmln Hughes Hughestrain
train gave g it as his opinion that the > nor nornfel nutihl
nfel Democratic majority of Schoharie Schohariewould Sch Schhariewould harle harlewould
would be cat by several hundred in the thecoming tbOcomhiJ thecoming
coming election electionSpend lcctIODSpencl electionSpend
Spend a plcasa plcasaRegent pleasant ecmDJ nt Hotel lIotelRegent HotelRegent
Regent Orchestra 9 to It ItFree 11Frec 1 1Free
Free Oyster roast nest Sunday Snndn at atChesapeake atChsaDenke atChesapeake
Chesapeake Beach See excursion colman colmanpage col1l1I1l11 col1l1I1l11page columdpage > >
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