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EXP1mSS is S DEmED DEmEDXail IERAILEDXarow1yEscapes
Naiiwly Xail Xarow1yEscapes owlyEsQapM Escapes GfoingOver GfoingOverBank GoingOrerBankNear GoingOveiBank
Bank BankNear Near Navy Yard YardCIVIL YarelCIVIL YaadCIVIL
Members of New cw York Volunteer VolunteerUesiiuentsV Volunteern VolunteerltegliiseiilWere
UesiiuentsV n ltegliiseiilWere llUellt cre rc on Their leIr Way lQ to toAttend toHeJul toAttend
Attend HeJul Invcilin lnycning r of Monuments on ontl 011fIC ontIe
tl tIe e llnttlofiold i of Mnnnssns 1tInnnJIInx lflnflU Wheniii When Whenthe Vbentile
the iii e Accident Overt Overtook Vole HJ1 Them ThemDtrailtd The TI ent entDraik 1 1DJailtd
Dtrailtd d tn n a thirtyfoot embankment embankmentjust embaaltmei1t embaaltmei1tjutlt embankmentjuit
just after emerging from the tunnel At AtOl Mapitol t tSom
Som Ol t it Capitol apitol street stret t and Virginia avenue avenuetwo avenuetw
two 1 tw rouhs narhQ > of the t Fast Flying FyIn Virginia Virginiathe VIrghdaathE
the he fast fa > t train fromXew York to the South Strathwere SouthWec Sogthwe
were we jerked onto the bridge at that point pointyesterday poIetye pointyeaterty
yesterday ye terday afternoon in the th DICk of time timeo tbn tbnto
10 o prevent ren nt their turning ever and an over overlown owtlon Overtown
town the steep grade do by the presence pre5e e of ofinhvl ofmlfttl ofIntfi
inhvl Intfi of f the engineer engineerPrcIinfr engineerFfeUnfP engtrieerP11ng
PrcIinfr that something was wrong ro he hetnw betlRW hetwtw
tnw his throttle wide open with the theresult Utert theresult
result rt > su It that I ha t when the cars fell they theyhroiigln tbeFhroligllt theyhrot1i
hroiigln hrot1i lip with a crash c h against a the iron irongirders IronJinltrs irongirdi
girders girdi rs of the bridge brid smashing parts of ofi ettlieni
i hem to kindling and frightening the oe oeupants oc oci octapants
i pants almost into a panic but butI for fortimateiy fpI
timateiy I Injuring InJu no one seriously seriouslyThe IMfoU817n erIoust7Th
The n train due here b Teo at 4 411 19 z B m was wasskimming w wIldmmlng wnaktmm1ng
skimming along bearing bearln some 9M meter Yefcerans veterilWl meterane
ans of the th old Mfth Tenth and Four Fouri
i enth New N PW York Volunteer V olur eer Regiments on oni
i heir way WdY lo Manatssas sas to witness WttJe the un unvetHng unMlltlg mmS
vetHng S of a monument in their honor honori honorlhep
here i today when the two eeaefces eesche left leftTUA leftThflt leftT1I
TUA T1I trucks probably because e et spread spreading tMMdjnr > ijweadug ¬
ing ug rails the result of the gullyinaklng gullyinaklngjains guIIyma1dnJan Jn1dDg Jn1dDg131na
jains Jan of the past two days With the thetrucks therUtks thetrnks
trucks on the 1h ties and the coadg coad codi Jam Jamming jammine jamxntng ¬
ming against the bridge girders kler the tilert prog progress progTree ¬
Tree li of the train TOM w stopped stappe and a awrecking awrecking awrecking
wrecking crew crewaDd and apparatus was quick 4ulekIy 4VtckJ
Iy J v OR t the he scene sceneFirst sceneFirst ceneFirst
First Car Aot ot Dnmnsed DnmnsedThe DnmngcdThe DnningedThe
The iirst llr t CUT ea r I which ted net ot left the
track t was brought t into the station with witha wttkis
is a 3 sway of the passengers pa as 5 could crowd crowdinto C1Wwdotto erwdinto
into it the others were forced to remain remainuntil rema1auntil remal remallint
until lint ii the t lie tracks WPT ro cleared clearec1 which oc occupied octopMtl cceLkpISd ¬
cupied about an au hour Most of the thers pan pesfigrs panIng4krs
< figrs rs continued on to Mazmamns Mans SMS but butnbout bUtI butabout
I about bout a hundred hund stopped off of in inIon Washing Washingion Vublftc10n
ion for the thentght thentghtAnug night nightAmong nigJitAmong
Among those on board the train tra n which whichivas whichwas whichvas
was composed of eight or ten cars wero weroCol wuoJeot wermC
Col C oI F P Sellers of the Brooklyn Susie SusieJen EapeIjpn gie gieeit
Ijpn Jen eit J McLeer Me Leer commanding commanding the second seconddlvisioii eee0a4d aecondliVIJOfl
dlvisioii d 1181 011 New NE > W York State Militia Cal D DH DB Ti TiI
H I Nosscroft N roft CoL C J Mahoney ahoney son and anddaugnt addaugiJtlj anddaugit
daugnt daugiJtlj T all of o whom were pret7 pretty wefl weflsliakv weDt11ILku weflsluiik
t11ILku sliakv n up but gjad ILd ad to escape without withoutinjury withoutiuJury withoutiiijury
Col CaL Seller cllerpt Story StoryWboii StoryVImmi tor torVhill
Wboii seen n at the Ebbitt House CoL CoLS Cotstlers Col1Wrs
S stlers tiers said It seems ems to we that we wewore wewerE wewcre
wore really reoall sawed aN almost by a miracle miraclev miracle mlradehen miraclev
v v hen the t th w first t rlt and second parlor cars carsift alntIht careih
ift ih Iht > iraoHs lra < K1i1 the emergency tIm oe Y brakes brakeswere bnIIr4fOre Drakeewere
were fOre immediately appUcd but not before beforeHie Mfeftot
t Hie lip third car smashed into a airder steel claMglide bridge bridgetMrdei
glide irder splintering spUnteri it into dQdIIUa8 kindftog ktodttn we weHas wend wendHaM
Has Souvenir SouvoenlrSIJIIntcr SouvoenlrSIJIIntcraJ Splinter SplinterAs
As aJ ui evidence 9t this tbIat1Ie the colonel took tookfrom 1Dekfm tocktIIn
from hi pocket a Jagged splinter of ofboqt wood woodihoift woodtoW
toW JM j large lar < as II mans tager 11wer1ladm Re ReIluchiu Retl
Iluchiu tl the I h souvertr souventrhf ouverdr he continuedTle condlluedrb continued continuodTI
Tle TI rb ton ri of t Ow th i < > shock jammed the their Uter tbe1r
ir r H ugahwt inat the th girders and drift tId I InnvirlCed art artanriiiced a abfltOd
anriiiced fs all that prevented a a catam catamliy c ciriii
in Inll II Party lartY14 Escape EscapeIn
In I ih It real end or the xeeond car was wasKv wa wauv
Kv H Or J Wesley HOI of Brooklyn who wbeto whoto whoto
to deliver i liwr one of t 1b8 IheUOUat he raUons at Manna Manasis JiIaDIuIaIS
> is ixday ildd Col ft Sol l1I 1 tot was of the ora orators orars erahira ¬
tors rs immediate party as were also alsoMastr aI80Iastr aImMlr
Mastr J J Wesley Wp IfY Hgi U Jr and Miss M Ruth RuthKlUaintli RutIIEIiJWitll RuthEIILI
KlUaintli EIILI U4th Hill HillOth IfillOth I flit flitOthf
Oth T 1 members IIIfmbo n of f Dr HurMUt7 14111 Hills party rty were wereMr weftIr wereMr
Mr Ir ni < Mrs Charles Cbar E Burtiag Mr tr aadMrs aIIIII aad andMrs
Mrs I Kenjamln T 1 Bailey lIey G W Smith SmithMiss sItIa sItIaI 8adthIis
Miss I Iis is E K f Snrfth 1JItt uith Mr aud Mrs William WilliamVentz Williamntz WilliamVontz
Ventz ntz and Col < V iii 1 E A A Deufee of the Tenth Tenthitifrininit TentbHIdnwl11 TenthIteEinwHt
itifrininit chairman of the Veterans Veteransi V VeterannnImitLP4 telU telUomliuPt
i onunitte on arr arrguaMtn n i iiigiiiiMinlM Dr Hill was wasi wangbt
i I gbt bt over the t le rear wheels of the second secondir 8eCOIMIItI
ItI ir r when hn they thl jumped the track The Theburnyitig ThejulJ11Iit1h Thehumpiug
burnyitig and n4t dragging dra brought down a alM AIHrt alMrticfl
lM IHrt lMrticfl > rthKn n of tOt gas s fixture Axtu which fell uponIis uponhis upon uponhis
his daughter Miss HIlL Her young youngWEATHER youqWEATJIER youngWEATHER
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brother broth Master Warren Bill soranier rttfl t ther to tobel LDher
her aW k1 aaa Jt4iwaa ltirwKs was quite baaty bftOfybumedabo burned burne about abotitthe aboutthe t tUte
the iMwds JlUds8mgglng firngging1 tne heated lamp arnp away awayClone awqCloJle aw awClone
Clone to Death Uenthun DeathIt Deathlit
un It seemed ac me that th t the wrecker was th there therewithin therewithin re rewfthin
within two minutes after accident said saidJIr 8tfdBl ld ldl1r
JIr l1r Bailey BaileyIt Bl ley leyeon
eon It was ae close e n t call as I ever had in inmy litm Inmy
my m IKe 1ft and it makes me shudder DGw DGwwhen 106wwhen 6w 6wwhen
when I realize how close to a teartut teartutdeeUt fearful fearfuldeath fearfuldeath
death all those persons s were wereMrs wereMrs wornMr
Mrs Mr Burling and Mrs Mr Bailey had ax extremely extteeely ex oxtremely ¬
tremely narrow narx waeatte escape wltjt their lives livesAs livesAJI live livetS
As tS the shock cane one of them remem remembered renteJDWed remembe ¬
Wed be ed that lat she had left her gloves gove and andfnger dJIa andlinger
linger rings at the washbowl They Theystepped T1Ieyaek Theyteped
stepped back to recover nIOOvorthe the articles and andas andas an anas
as U they ey dW so the supports pports which hold the thevftrttaile tMIe theventhnle
vftrttaile Ie fsfl II with a a crash striking the thespot thespot thespot
spot where the ladies had stood two two0Dda sec seconds n nonds ¬
onds prerJoasly prerJoaslyIt Y YIt
It It was certainly a a mlractriovs escape escapesaid ucapeIII eacapemid
said air Ir Bailey UHad Had that ste steel aced girder girderbeen girderbeen rdft rdftbeen
been a a few feet forward or backward backwardnothing bIIcJcwanLnoth1nc backwardnothail
nothing nothail on earth would have stopped the tbeOUT tMfrom ther
OUT r from plunging dew down the embank embankment embankimitat tulk tulkIftta ¬
ment Iftta when it most t inevitably btwl I have turn turned turnat m me4 ¬
ed turtle
Girder Bent Like Reed ReedSo ReedSo ReedSo
So So great t was the force of Ute collision cottfskmthat eoDWoatbat collisionthat
that the end of the car wa wan spHntered spHnteredthe spthateredthe pInteredthe
the vestibule ve de demolished olfsiid and the great greatsteal grantateel
steal 1 girder t beat eat like a a reed We V had hadoeen IMwIben badbeeji
ben a merry party all the UI way from New NewYork NewTorte NewYork
York sad just before th the aecidMit hud hudbeen BAdJnKlng hadbeen
been singing Were Going Home Tomor Tomorrow Tomerro1 Tomarrow ¬
row It is a miracle that we are not be being be beIn bebig ¬
big In sent home in coffins coffinsRECAIXS comnRECALLS collinsRECALLS
IBxercI DxerclHe1II ei nt Munnssa Today TOIln to Bo BoImpressive DoInlprcSlflc lieIJnpre2malve
Impressive ImpressiveThe InlprcSlflcThe IJnpre2malveThe
The exercises at the M MaiMuwn battle battlefteW battlekid UIe UIelekl
kid today will be impressire In the ex extreme cxtreme x xmille ¬
treme The visitors will ill be met at Wel Wellington WrltaUoR WriJlngton ¬
lington station by b JIaj George Carr CarrRound Carraound CarTRound
Round grand THd inarsiMi of the day to together w wgether togetber ¬
gether with a mounted escort of Coated Confederate Cont Conterate Coatedorate ¬
erate veteran tktoe tvfH lU serve as a guide guideto sMIleto guideto
to Qrovetoa GIOftt by l way 9f tIle famous Page Pageland P Pand Pageland
land Lane and Warrsuton Pike passing pamingmany passingmany nr nrmany
many points whore w eeurred bloody blood skir skirmishes sldrfortyodd Idr Idrinlehem ¬
mishes fortyodd years ago agoAt aOAt agoAt
At Grovetou about a U oclock o kthe the pro procession procession ¬
cession win be joined by the Manaasas ManaasasPicket m1ananeaiPicket as aslIcket
Picket PHt Pet UitHMt U Veteran who ho will willserve wUlaerve willocrve
serve ae 5 escorts from that place to the themonuments themonUJDeDts themonuments
monuments All will march afoot except exceptthe exceptthe
the maimed who wm fit be taken In car
rIIt rIItTbe iloge ilogeThe
The first rst monument UIIIMt to be 1tedted dedicated will willbe willbe ill illbe
be that to the Fourteenth New York Vol Volunteers Volunt Volunteern ¬
unteers unt 1II then the Tenth Te th and alMtla8tly lastly the
Fifth The orator of the day will iU be Dr DrHill
Hill but at the grove an address IUId will willmade be bemade bemade
made by Rev Dr Parkes Cadman At Ato Atoclock 2 2oclock
oclock o clock a dinner will be served by the t
Bun Run Chapter of the United Daugh Daughters Daughtns ¬
ten of the Confederacy after wMch visits visitswill Y ltawin vteitiwin
win be paid to the Stone House H and th the bin
Henry Farmhouse the scene of the end of ofthe ofthe
the battle of Bull Run RunIt RunIt RunIt
It is expected that a short meeting
will be held of the Battlefield Park Asso Association Asnoelation ¬
elation at which Gen James McLeer will willprobably willprobably
probably preside It is thought that an anorganisation anorpniatlon anoiganlatlon
organisation will be perfected which will
lend Influence in securing RCurin from Congress Congressan nM nMaD
an appropriation of Q6eevew m 80IHfl to convert
into a national park tbe territory which whichwas whichwe whiciwas
was we tb t the scene of the first great battle of
the elvfi war warWAR W WWAR warAR
Senior Commander Oo nmander u S W V Miss Missing f Missing ¬
ing from Home Homeloliii Homejo1121
jo1121 loliii Jol n Ollrlcii Irav JU JUIlcant va r from fromXavy cum cuma
Xavy a Yard nut n1 lI lIne oot Dccii DcciiIlcartt ucn ucnlIuart
Ilcant of Since SinceC ShH ShHJOb8 SIqc SIqcJohn
John C OBrteai settlor vice commander commanderof
of the Fourth Immune Camp Unite UniteSpanish UI1IteJ UI1IteJSpaaIdt Unitemaiok
Spanish maiok War Veteraae V who m > bred Ii bv d with Hh
his mother at m t Second street aouth aoutheast 8OIItheat noutheaM
east and wh nina was asnpioyod ea fiioyed m the north northgumthfl DeI1hpn northgunaht
pn gumthfl btJ In the navy Y7 yard ha h bee beeing nd ndlag
lag < since the middle of elgeltembt 3eplendier 3eplendierAt r rAt
At that time b he drew bin pay pa as ulid suual suualand soon soonaind
and has not reported for or duty asian tnce Yes Yesterday Yeetenlay Teeterday ¬
terday another was appointed hi his place placeat llaceat placeat
at the navy yard ard Neither Nit r rnor his b1 mother mothernor mothernor
nor any of his hi comrades Qmrcid have seen em or orheard 01heard
heard from rom bun bunIt htmIt himIt
It is thought he h hai met with an ned accident acddent neddent ¬
dent and is 1 outlined In InHe some hospital hospitalHe hotIpitalI
I He was not accustomed to indulgence in instrong Instrong
strong 8tro 3 drink dJ1nk hut was known as a steady
going young man He had an excellent excellentmilitary excellentmilitary
military record reconIhaViftS having served in Cuba Cubawith Cubawith
with the Fourth United Un States tate Volun Volunteer VolUftteer Volunteer ¬
teer Infantry and later in the Philip Philippines Philippines ¬
pines entering the United States Marine
Corps where be attained the rank of er sergeant erant ergrant ¬
geantOBrien grant grantOflrien ant antOBrIen
OBrien is described as about five feet feeteight feftt feeteight
eight t inches ia height of medium build
dark complexion and smooth face Any
information regarding Mm later than tba
September 1 Ii may he aent t to Commander
Daniel C Eberly 17 Randolph placenorthwest place placenorthwest
northwest northwestCotton northwestCotton
Cotton Scandal Cnse Continued
Ht Htnry nry E Davis attorney anorne and counsel counselfor cou counnelfor 1 1for
for the bondsmen being I absent hearing hearingon
on the motion of the government vel1U8eDt to de declare de declart dodare ¬
clare dare > forfeited a bond of 10 given by byFrederick byFndffick byFrederick
Frederick A A Peck Ptlkbam bam Indicted in con connection connection eonnection ¬
nection with the t alleged cotton crop ad advancc advance advance
vance reports scandal in the Agricultural AgriculturalDepartment AtrlculturalDepartment AgriculturalDepartment
Department was continued yesterday
Explaining Explaln to Justice > Stafford that a pre preI preIluilnary 1fi 1fiUmlnary
I limmary question tlon of procedure would wouldhave wouldhA wouldhave
have hA v to be determined before the motion motionwaa motionwa motionwan
wan heard on its it merits United States StatesDistrict StattSlJiatrict StatesIlitrlet
District Attorney Baker BaJt < r asked th tht > court courtto courtto courtto
to settle the preliminary matter on Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day next and let th the hearing Mt on the themerit themerlu themerits
merit merits go over until Friday of the com coming coming cornlug ¬
ing week The court agreed to the theproposition th thproposition theproposition
proposition Peckham is represented nted by
Attorney Atto y A A BIrney and Morgan H HBeach HBeach IIBeach
Beach former United States attorney is isassisting isaulsUng isnasisting
assisting in the prosecution Prosecutlcnnllt pronecutienVaiiUm
Yan VaiiUm nllt < n Increnae In Alimony AlimonyJustice AUmon AUmonJ AlimonyJsatlce
Justice J ce Gould of the District D Supreme SupremeCourt SUpremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Court yesterday signed an order direct directing dlftetDr directlug ¬
lug Dr H Abbe to appear m lit court Otto October Oetober Ottoher ¬
ber 26 and show a cause why the applica application applientiolt ¬
tion of Mis Mr UUtan J Abbe AbH his divorced divorcedwife dlvereed1te divorcedwVe
wife 1te for f r an merease in the amount of ofalimony oiallmOlQ ofalimony
alimony paid her by y him should not be begranted ben begrahaM
granted Mrs Abbe be
n claims that a amonth afW amonth
month Mr heweir and 4t ui for their minor minorson minornon
son te mauAcient Mdeat She wants SMI s tor her herself hereIf herTravelers ¬
Travelers Cheques ChequesLetters ChequesLetters ChequesLetters
Letters of Credit CreditForeign CreditForeign CreditForeign
Foreign Exchange ExchangeAMERICAN ExchangeA ExchangeAtERLcAN
D Dppsits pos ts 7738i526 77 7738526Interest S526 S526I
I Interest Credited Twice Yearly YearlyNorthwest YearlyNortpwtst Yer1yNartitweM
Northwest Corner of ofIffiauotB ofl1heeaih 1 1a
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Gen Gredy Goes to Wyo Wyoming WyoTIling Wyoniiu ¬
ming niiu to Quell Outbreak OutbreakINDIANS OutbreakINDIANS OuthreakINDIANS
DhlI iMimtclicK clte8 Tell of Flpat PJ 11t Near enr Gil Gillette GIIl Gillette ¬
lette l tt Wyor wryo o in I Jl AVIiIcli l1lel1 White Men 3IcnLose MenLoic Icn IcnLoc
Lose Their Lives Lhc1ClrQHidcnt President Insists InsillhlSltuntifn InslistnSituation InsistsSituation
Situation lie Tactfully Tnctful1 Handled to toPrevent toprcvent toPrevent
Prevent Farther Trouble TroublcOmaJla TroubleOmaha
Omaha Nebr ebr Oct 19 DAn An outbreak of ofthe ofthe
the 1Jte Ute Indians who have hay been causing causingmuch eatlsfQlmuch causingmuch
much trouble and worry In Wyoming all allthis
this summer occurred near Gillette Wyo WOWedy Wy WyWednesday
Wednesday night In a battle between betwoencowboys betweenoow betweenewboym
cowboys oow oys and Indiana two of the former formerwere formerwere formerwere
were killed and a number of Indiana Indianaare Ind Indiansare m msuppoeed
are supposed to have been injured injuredTbe injuredThe InjuredThe
The battle occurred when the Indian Indianattempted 1 1attempted IIIJIII4attempted
attempted to raid a cattle camp and run run9ft MDte rimG
9ft G a lot of stock The cowboys in charge chargeof cbarStof chargeof
of the camp resisted The Indians Inc1tancure a acured e ecured
cured the cattle and ancL killing 1d1 ng a mmtbar mmtbarof
or steers took the meat home 1Re to their theircamp theircampa I Icamps
camps campsThis campTbl campaThis
This news nev reached Omaha last night ls t in inprivate Inprivate Inprivate
private dispatches and there is I much ox oxcitement crxdtement Oxcitement
citement in army circles elrclfsAS as a soldiers soldiersare sol soldiersare tml tmlare
are expected to be started to Gillette vary varyshortly V87i veryshortly
i shortly shortlyTroop ortlyTroop shortlyTroope
Troop have hav been ordered onIeTe41o to Wyoming Wyomingas yenlEr yenlEr11QU8ted
as requested by Gov Brooks in order on1 r rdrive to todrive O Odrive
drive back to their reservation OwtRcav OwtRcavwho UMttil UMttilI the Dies Dieswho
I who have been commttttag eo fepre epce Pte41UOI Pte41UOIthtough < l atSORa atSORatJtNuP tton ttonthrough
through that country untry for several dqs dqsa deysRy laj lajBy
By a direction of o President Boosevtilt Boo wfe wllved who whoreceived < t treceived
received ved Gov Brooks appeal yesterday yesterdayorders WCerd WCerdorden yesterdayorders
orders were issued by y Secretary Taft to
Qen Greely commander of the Ut Northern NorthernDivision NortherRDivision NorthernDlylsion
Division to send a suitable aWe force of cavalry eavairy car carairy ¬
airy to the scene of the dteturtoancM with wttbout withOut Uh Uhout
out delay delayAt delayAt delayAt
At the same time Umeexplfdtly iawtructaMut tvers tversexplicitly war warexplicitly
explicitly given that the Indian IJMIIia 1 be nan andied bandied
died tactfully and that harsh weasurea weasureawere eUIUfWwere eaasmnswere
were not to be used except in caw of ofextreme textreme ofextreme
extreme necessity necessityIt
It is not believed at the department that thatthere dlatthere thatthere
there will be any 7 serious dash between betweenthe btwsethe tv tvthe
the soldiers and redskins lklD as It te tfaougbt tfaougbtthe daM2glatthe theeghtthe
the appearance of the soldiers wm be besufficient eancient besomelent
sufficient ancient to brine the Indians lad1a into Intotractable intotractable a atractable
tractable state stateTwo staterwo
Two White Whit Jllte Men ienl Killed KilledUnofficial ll1IedUnoflcI1 llIell llIellUnoftclaI
Unofficial dispatches tebe8 received at tb tbDepartment the tbeDepartment theDeisrtment
Department of the Interior 18terkwtoW yesteviay yesteviaytold yerdeytold
told of a fight between the Utes and andcowboys andcowbo andeowbo
cowboys cowbo near Gillette Wyo Wy in which two twof twothe twoof
of f the whites are saM to have geen geenWiled ceenkilled geenkilled
killed The ranchmen data the I ht Indiana Indianastole Indianstoe Indianastole
stole several head of o cattl and nj that it itwas ItWIllI Itwan
was ta an effort to recmn rear y ri r ttt I h t tthat aniinula aniinulatlutt il n ilD41ls ilD41lsdIM
dIM me fatal clash oe oeurrd oeurrdrnft oeurrtTnfta < urrrrt urrrrt1aft
1aft Tnfta Inwtructions InwtructionsTfce InfttJuet1onTIle lnntrucIonThe
TIle teat of the Instruction rudlvtt < issued by bySecretary byIeer bycretry
Secretary cretry Taft ls as a follow followIt f folowIt I low lowIt
I It It having been repnsvnud t 10 < th4 th > l PrIt PrItileat iriideimt r rafent
afent tint a band ad of Ir f lt t > Indians have haveentered haweateft4 ha haentered
entered the State of Wyoming yomillg and hav havthem ha haII hVC hVCthes >
them thes committed a s sri n s tlf > r t ttimo d dtpr4odlt dtpr4odltttoa prcd prcdttona
ttona against the prpsrti ronrtie rnftrt 11 > < < and iI nd rights rightsof rjghtof rightsif
of if Its rfUueits t1uena and a i forinul fOri lIa I application applicationfor aJ1plilltlinnllam ipplistInI
for I t protection llam ha vine I i < n submitted S ihml t t vd In InbeIIaIt Intheir r rtfcelr
their behalf 1Jy y the g loHrllllr ovornor of tim Wynniing Wynniingthe VynIngthe Yftmlng Yftmlngof
the feftislatui of that Stat not bein beinMSIIIoa being beingIn j jla
la sesJatoa MSIIIoa and 114 it h tinJ ing im Impo IrnposMIbk possible iblt > to toconvene tonVeDe toconvene
convene > nVeDe it the Pn PrtIInr idnt dirwts iirt thit thitnisj t ittitMaj h1 t tillaJ
nisj Gen Orerfy wtmnanding Of 1I1I11aJlin tin t 1l h North Northem Nun tJ tJera hem
em Division b be dr 1 tj 1 t In auso au us uitahio stlitahlforeeof stii1abIforce uitahioforce
foreeof force of cavalry f pr p r < > < I to th t ii < wm wmof n nof nof
of dlHfurbance an DAd i mtiiand the intru intruders intruto inttudee ¬
ders dee to return to 1 I ir i i li houltF houltFuJt > nip nipIt
uJt It i Ii the t Pretidrnt PteJi nlI < d titlOire > in that hfY icy icyflrmly > y ybe
be Brmly but tittully tad tn t t ulJ ully d dtlt slt It with wit h HIM HIMthat dllli dlllithat aiitthat
that resort of f forI for < > r b hi avnldtd unle unletheir unlto unltotbetr unlcihtheir
their defiance of th I auh alithorH auUirty < rity of th thUnited tilUltit4d tttUnited
United States ccntfnu1 n ttrlJI and a nd it h hoomf hoomfDtC comos comosnecessary OrnO4necesssry
necessary DtC ry for that r OIJ < D m rrmpH mptl thein theinto thfiIlto tlnnto
to draiet from thir unlawful conduct ndult and andreturn andrftum andreturn
return to tho th ard d which hav ha ix l ben n al allotted AIIotW 1 1lotted ¬
lotted to their ufcs In th the < Inita rs retura returatIoD reeraton < rvH rvHUon
ton tIoD m 1ft Utah UtahMaJ UtahJluluuJlaIJn UtahMuI4iinIi
JluluuJlaIJn MuI4iinIi 11 ii SC O Dau Danger DangerMaj er
MaJ 81 James Mi MiL IL L ughlin who was wa font sntby fontb sentby
by the Interior Dep D Deitrtmtnt ptrtmtnt rtm nt several nral weeks weeksago neek neekago k kI
I ago to investigat 1 e8tlpt the I m UltI ts of the t ht dis disaffection disaJrttlon disaffection ¬
affection among the > n If > Indians who whohave whoha whcmhave
have ha n > been causirg apprthensinn iimong iimongthe a irnongthe mon month4
the white settlers of Wyoming returned returnedto
to Washington ubbt ton < early arly yesterday YPfttrda morning morningand morningand rnornlngand
and reported at th the department dt > partment later in intho Intht inthe
the > day dayMaj dayMaj dayMaj
Maj McLaughlin who has spent nt about aboutforty aboutforty aboutforty
forty years yea of his bi hh life lif in the th diplomatic diplomaticwork diplomaticWrk diplomaticweek
work of f pacifying Indian does d f8 not be beBevr 1K 1KlJ bellevo
Bevr lJ v that th t the prts prtsn < nt t movement of the theUtcs the11ts theIttes
Utcs need ne > d cause any apprehension > nHlon so
as a the safety of II Aif fv or property is I con concerned eoncorned on onC ¬
corned C rn They ar tr 1 says say Dimply hnph seek seeking seeklug pk pklog ¬
log a new home being dissatisfied with withthe wi withthe a atlk
the resenation in Ttah but with the U ad advent ad advent advent ¬
vent of cold weathT weath will undoubtedly re return return ¬
turn of their own anord ac ni to Tintah tnntah tnntahI TintahI
I arrived in Wasliington I lIila81on said he hedirect heu4inct hedirect
direct from Rock Sprl Spdng prinx Wyo where whereI
I delivered to Capt Hail of the Fifth I IS r rS US
S Cavalry Canalr fortysix If < < > i the Indiana whom whomI
I induced to return rl urn Rock Springs is isnear i inear innear
near Green River on the th lines of the theChicago tlteCblcago theChicago
Chicago Burlington BurUn un and Quuicy and the theUnion thet theUnion
Union t nlon Pacific Railways Railwaysl RaliwaYiIITp
Tp l > p tv tl t Monda Monday evening nc when I left leftthorn leftt lefthem
thorn t the Indians had not committed tOIftmttteddeoprPdations any
depredations beyond killing Jd game in de defiance de denaDe deflauc ¬
fiance of the Suite laws Deer and ante antetope 8MteloPE antelope
loPE are ar plentiful hi that country As for forj fOltbelr fortheir
j their stock stock they have with them 0 em P1 or or7IIJ orim
I 7W ponies ponl which they are 54 feeding from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the pasturage ou the range owned by
the th whites But that country I very veryspanely yertperse17 ver7apmsdy
j spanely settled tlelU the > ranches fr the tbeJMet tbeJMet1Ut moat moatpart Mastpart
part being fifteen or twenty miles apart apartHave apartJlac aparthave
Have l 1mt ul 100 Fighting IllgitIn Men 3IenMy JlcnMy MenMy
My first visit to the Indians was rather ratherdiscouraging ratherdi8cou ratherdiscourghsg
di8cou discouraging I must ust admit They are areled Meled areled
led by Appah a White River Ute who whoctatew whoelqhiis whoe
ctatew e his chieftainship chefULi shtp by virtue of in inheritance Inheritance Inheritanco ¬
heritance The whole party y consisted COIIfiI teti of ofhardly orhArdly ofhardly
hardly 9 bucks squaws and all and andnearly Adnearl7 andnearly
nearly fifty of these have returned Th Thfighting The TJRil Thefighung
fighting il bt1 men hi the party part do net n t number numbermore 1Iumllermore numbermomc
more than m HI i i and this includes boys boysover boysover boysover
over fourteen years of orrhe age ageThe ageThe
The Indians simply want to be left leftalone leftaIohe leftalone
alone I met Gov Brooks at Douglas I Iconsider IeoD6I4hi Icouol
consider couol kiwi a very capable man and not notmdmed noth1d1Re6 nothtcIlnel
mdmed to give e needless alarm But he hehas hebaa hehas
has been worried by all sorts of remon remonstrances remoAItrtlbea reinonetrmietz ¬
strances which have come to him as tile tneIndians tileIndian I
Indians have 1e progressed p across the State StateYou Stl1teYou StateYou
You see they tbe started several weeks ago agofrom agorca i itrea
from rca the tTtntatt tTln tTintabreoervtlon reservation re in northern northernItah northernUtah I Il
Utah l tah and by slow degrees have croaeed croaeedWyoming er erWJonnq croneedWyoming
Wyoming until now V they are at Gil Gillette GillettE Gillette ¬
lette they are in Brooks County in the theextreme theeXUeIlle theextreme
extreme northeastern corner comer of the State StateIf StatIf StateIt
If they proceed further north they will willbe 1nlIn willbe
be in Montana Perhaps they are a heading headingfew headingtor beadingtot
few the Crow reservation or the Tongue Tongueriver Tonguemer Tongueriver
river reservation as it Is called on Lame LameD LameCteek LameDeem
D Deem r creek creekIn CteekIn creek9n
9n In their northern march they have haveslaughtered havemaughtered haveslaughtered
slaughtered game along the way but I Idont Idont Idont
dont think they the > have > committed any anyother anyother nnyother
other depredations They T y are not no stills satisfled suUsfled stillsfled
fled with Ith the Iintah reservation reservation rvatjon and andwant andwant andwant
want to find a country where there is isplenty isplenty leplenty
plenty of game and where 1ere they will be beunmolested betinRlOlested beunmolested
unmolested and unhampered by the tliewhite thewblte thewhite
white mans man laws lawsThis lawsThis aw awThis
This of r course u they cannot find If Iflh Itt Ifthy
lh t thy > y do not get t into mt trouble before bf fore cold coldweatiier coldn coldweither
weatiier n tur sets in the th suffering and priva privations priatitIIS prim primwhk ¬
tions wtiicii whk th I l y will bo called eallp IId upon to toendtir toNHItIt tonhir
endtir will nr Jla < loii 1Icii > uly irise i ll tIS th thm ui to 0 re returr rfturn roturn
turn whvure Vih n ih ll Ji < > luuir Wf Tills I am con conJdent rOllI roiii1int
Jdent lillt > nt hultJ h uM II tf brought ItT U t ain iitut Itll m r Without Withoutloss withoutlos
loss los f life Ii h 1 uiu a ii sui s lJl U iiKi ik l rtili 0 J1I nut light I
i ij 4
j r
and I d6 d not bollevo b boitevetliep 1leoth thoy will stoal at 1 Thoy Thoyhavo Thoyluwo Theyhave
have a a little money with them and bun hundreds bundrods bundrodg ¬
dreds of ponies which they are prepared preparedto
to sell or trade for provisions provisionsXdt provisIonsX provislonnNot
Not X tLooJlng Looking for Trouble TroubleThey TroubleThoY TroubleThey
They are regarded as a nufaaiica ftneeof ftneeofcoursea of ofcourse ofcourseit
course coursea a large wellarmed body of o men mentraveling mentm mentvevoing
traveling tm lng from from one end of the State to totho totho tothe
tho othor so it is ne wonder tJt that t GovBrooks GoYBroOk1i GoY GayBrooku
Brooks desires to be rid of them themWhen themWhen themWhen
When MaJ McLaughJin0 attention was woecalled wasoollod wascalled
called to the afternoon dispatch stat stating st3tIne statIng ¬
ing that a battle had occurred between betweenthe betwnthe betweenthe
the Indians and some cowboys c wboy lit which whichtwo whlehtVo whichtwo
two of the hitter had been killed he re remarked re remarked somarked ¬
marked 101 I would not place too much muchcredence muchcredtmce muChcredence
credence in that report until confirmed confirmedofficially conftrmedo confirmedofficially
o officially fflclaI 11 I It correct the temper of o the theIndians theIndia theIndian
Indians India has altered d materially since I Ileft Ilelt Ileft
left them themWithout themWIthout themWltho
Without Wltho t saying iRg so In plain word the themajor themajor themajor
major gave e the impression Im n that it wa wahis was washis washis
his opinion oplnl If th the reported fracas bYactua11y 1mmactually has hasactually
actually occurred that the cowboys were werequite werequite WtTOquite
quite likely to have ba ve been the aggressors aggressorsas aggr l JII JIIs
as s ha h believed that tbatthe the Utes wer i were quite ttuttoready quiteready utto uttoready
ready to pay either in money or ponies poniesfar pOniesCor poniestar
far everything they required except exceptgamo exeopt1I1rpo exceptgame
game which bitter they look upon as astheirs uOIeJra astheirs
theirs by byrlght right of nature natureNOTED natu natuNOTED natureNOTED
Father Ilollnlmn Passes Sway way at atGeorgetoivn atGeorgetown atGeorgetown
Georgetown College CollegePather CollegeFather CollegeFather
Father Michael J HoHahan Jio S J died diedat diedat diedat
at liUI 1i yesterday morning mor at the George Georgetown GfMKgetDn Georgetown ¬
town College o1lego Infirmary I ftrmarr surrounded by his literelatives hIrelattTes hisrdt
relatives relativesFather relattTesPatlter rdt
Father HeluUtan was born on October October1S
16 1S8B and i attended Gonsaga Collage in inthte Inu1a Inthin
thin city lie entered eJ1t recI tbe Society of Je Jesus Je Jesa Josue ¬
sue In 181 l and studied at Frederick Fredertck1Id FrederickMd FrederickAUU
AUU Md and at Woodstock Wood tock He was for formany formany ot
I many years yesi connected C with various edu eduoattamal eduU edoitlomsI
oattamal U Institutions of the Jesuits and andwas aDdi andvan
i was a member of the faculties of Boston BostonCollege tonI BontonCollege
I College Gonsaga and Fordham FordhamFor FordhamFor FOrdh3UFor
For two years and a half lie was vice vicepresfdsttt viceprMdt vicepreeldsot
presfdsttt at Fordham which position he hewas hewas hewas
was forced to resign on account of ill illhealth IIIbMllk Illhealth
health His position at Fordham was w fill filled tined SI SIad ¬
ed Uy Rev Jerome Daugherty formerly formerlyprasWeat formerl formerliplGllldqt formerlyiroddet
prasWeat of Georgetown For the past pastyear putr pastyasir
year r he has resided at Georgetown Unl UnlvorMty UnlCJl8tt TJIYezuity
vorMty and his health th has been steadily steadilyCatting steadilyfalling I ItallfHg
falling He will be buried on Monday Ila7 at atIt atI atoclock
It oclock from the th DeJghren Memorial MemorialChapel MelltOrialChapel MemorialChapel
Chapel The interment will be in the col college colCt eel1eo ¬
lege Ct cemetery where for f over 3M N 7
Ute bodies bod of the Jesuits have reposed reposedStriking reposedARBITRATION dARBITRATION
Striking Southern Railway Ma Machinists Maohinists Maohinists ¬
ohinists to Vote on It ItCompany ItCOlltlalt ItCnilany
Company IlcfiiMVK D Doniiuiil nul11fl for In Iiicreajiu Ineren InereaNe
creajiu eren nttil SnlintltM Another AnotherLetter Another1011cr inofherIutt
Letter Iutt r to Workmen WorkmenThe Mor1snciiThe rkmeu rkmeuTIle
The striking machinists chln of the South Southera Southern Southera
era Hallway are taking a vote on a aOIIItion prop proposition proposition ¬
osition that it is I understood was made IIIIMIeH by byH byH
H B B Spencer general nerl manager of tbe tbeSouthern tbeSoutJaem theSouthern
Southern ro roThe road roadTbe roadThe
The company does not feel that Uie de demand de demand domans ¬
mand made by the machinists mac on Wed Wednesday Wedn Wedntrday ¬
nesday n for a general Increase lncr of 2 cents centsni een centspr
pr ni 1 dour for machinist macl nl81 and 1 cent t per perhour perInur periiiur
hour for apprentice a Is reasonable rea and andthink andthink andthink
think it is i in violation oIaUon of a previous agree agreerient aareepwnt agreerwnt
rient ma mad < e with wtthtbem them Tbe Tbfcompauyrefallea TbfcompauyrefalleaIn company refuses refusesto
to comply with wtt h their demands ta this thisregard tblttngard thisrsgarl
regard but prnrx prllpooltl > s > to then that a aMird aIHurd aINlr1
IHurd Mird if 1 ibUrati 1 I hltralil1l1 Mi whooe wli s hia decision will wHIbe willtw willbe
be be Hnil tin I i tw > appointed appointedTb appulllt a pp ii 14 d dTI 1 1Th
Tb TI proposition rlJpCloili n put to 10 the strikers strikersdated IttrIket801 strikerslilted
dated October Odolwo tobet IK I hi is IS iUt t ITn ttoW ttoWT
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many uy rontauird rontauirdthe rnntjai d iii i Hi tirnUr IIU ilar alit hiTi 1J1ITitiOfl ijartititurd mr utiunfd nt ntmt
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as > s al It I < ti I he t paid p id by by M I b Jtt1jMny < omp ini Izy jiy 10 I C ttc tI I 4 4lIiiZ4 ma maIihii madli
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Tli Tw ni oi u tn ii ir h t 1t LI 1 infl irl If > ni < T lii iiim IOIIUI IOIIUIem liv livf
em f aix and Tlum Ih ttr 1 o 1 li t a Uurd t ttU drrision r1IaOTitii of I
the tii tBiijnrifv ThiriVi < 4 than Ih xrljilr rbilfA rtiI rtr t < r 1 4 I In fInal n l HIM HIMcoticliiMVi gjd gjdciicInit act actlOtIhn
coticliiMVi ami 11I 1 t fgmm anrti m tli tt ij ajf a ac a nl for Ihf Ihfpenixl th thpcnJd thIMnud
penixl if 1 fw vi visrm r ahi rarty par I f 1t iit nrl lr1Ullf lf of
the rot ff arbilratina H B R SPENCER SIEX4ERf1ul SPENCERtinrral lENrReral
tinrral f1ul Muna Inapr InaprPrl ianarPriiI r rPrejiint
Prejiint Prl PriiI > d nt OOWMHli en ocenot II 1 I of th t h International InternationalAssociation 1 nternallon11ASIOcatiofl nternatinnahAititoc
Association Aititoc at 1411 of Machinists JHhln ss said sa 14 yesterday yesterdaythat yestlJ yesterittythat t tthat
that tin th end < nU ul of i the trike trik trikCANNON II Dol yet In
igt igtCAJT igiiLCMI1ION
Bartender Held iy It Jury Jllr on Charge
or if KUlhlJ Xe Xcgro XcgroUpon ro roLpon
Upon recommendation of Dterict Attor Attorney Attorney Atticney ¬
ney Baker Justice Stafford late yesterday yesterdayafternoon yelterdaatcmoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon In Criminal Court No I ad admitted admitted adOdlied ¬
mitted Joseph Cannon IIn < n a local bartender bartenderwho bartftMIerwoo bartenderwho
who Is held by b a coroners Jury in connec connection connecdon connection ¬
tion with Ith the death of William HS H Stew Stewart w wart wart
art colored to 5000 5000 baiL William can Caunon CaItJaOII cannan
non proprietor plO rt tor of the th restaurant at US L2
Seventh street t northwest where Joseph J h
Cannon was employed employ qualified as a bonds bondsman bondsJuan ¬ 1
man and was accepted ac Stewart it is al ¬
leged died as a result ult of a blow received I
hID Cannon Th The coroners jury yester ¬
day morning momi ordered Cannon held 1eRer1
Physicians from the Homeopathic and
Freedmans Ft na hospitals ta te testified tlftecl as to the
Injuries received by Stewart Deputy
Coroner Oauebrook said that death was
due du to concussion of o the brain and cere ¬
bral bralJOIIepb hemorrhage hemorrhageJoseph
Joseph BAta 2 S Fifteenth street tee t ¬
tided tl to bearing Stewart use a vile term termreferring lenareferring
referring to Cannon and deciartn declaring that he
Stewart was going 80 to kin the bartender
According to the witness the n negro sro re re ¬
turned with a brick and says YR he saw w
Stewart make a motion as if to draw a
gun StIRGre
gunGeorge George Redmond testified to = efns fnl3 Can ¬
non hit Stewart with a brick brf < k but did not
see tile negro n make a mo JDOtJon Jon as if to draw drawa drawwPGD
a weapon weaponCannon wesponCannon
Cannon wPGDCawaett himself declared that be used
the piece of brick on the head of th the negro O
because he thought tbo ht that Stewart was w
armed and was 0 going to kill him Uae Uaeget Ie se
negro witness declared threatened to
get even and flx him himI
001 I struck him in selfdefense Ifdefe said the
prisoner prl oner in reply to a question from his hisattorney hf hfattorney himattorney
attorney attorneyWillan attorneyVIJIar1 attorneyWIllari
Willan non uncle of th the prisoner prisonerand prteonerand
and propcor DroPl 1T of the saloon loon Harry Wal
sky George Greely and Policeman Hen
dricks were also examined The jury con ¬
sisted of Mayo Mitchell litcbell C C Langley
Thomas Walker W P Evans Benjamin
Smith and William A Moore MooreL MooreTHERES MoorePHERES
PHERES L HERES a keen satisfac satisfaction J Jtion 1 1I
THERES I tion tjO in knowing that thatyour thatyour thatsour
your sour surplus money is iscontinually iscontinually iscontinually
continually working for you youYOU youYOU youYou
YOU can experience this sat satisfaction satisfaction satisfactioii ¬
isfaction by starting an ac account account acCount ¬
count at this bank bankESTnder bankDrnder bankgIndr
ESTnder government bo rnmnt supervision supervisionSavirigs surviliollCITIZENS 5upervisionCITIZENS
Bank 1400 UA UAh
Savirigs ffl fflo
h b Bad ButfdllJg ButfdllJgr
o r interest on Savings Hngs Accounts AtI Acotnts2nteroit o1Jnts o1Jntsintlr
intlr 2nteroit st on ntking Alcountil I
7 I
Comptroller Orders Suspen Suspension SnSlJensioll Suspensioll ¬
sioll of the Aetna AetnaITS AetnaITS AetnaITS
Aetna Dnnkiner and Trust Company CompanyAssets COUJIJUnytarusctll CompnnysAnticts
Assets Said to Consist Largely of ofUnlisted ofUnllJJccl ofUnlIsted
Unlisted Stocks of Uncertain UncertainVnlnc Unoertnlnnlu Uncertainnlncflus1IscsM
Vnlnc nlu nlncflus1IscsM Banlne uldnc Wn Vit its Founded liy liyF 1 1AUU JyF
F AujruxtuK AUU ltUR Helnze of Montana MontanaT
T T Kane Acting Comptroller of the theCurrency tileCurrencY theCurrency
Currency directed dtree the bank examiner examineryasterday examinerYOIItGr examineryotGrdRy
yasterday YOIItGr lay morning to close the doors of oftho otth ofthe
the th Aetna Banking and Tract Company Companyat
at ISt i3 F 13 street northwest pending a athorough athonmgh atlirnlugh
thorough examination into the t l companys companysaffalw com companysaffairs pan panafCalra
affairs Robert Lyons was appointed re receiver n ncolver soculver ¬
culver and took charge of the banks an ansots It ItlOts aslots
lOts lOtsThis
This action of Mr Kane in closing the thelocal tbelocal thelocal
local branch of Ute Butte 11001 Mont institu institution IlIStJtvtlon laistitution ¬
tion was due to an examination made de the theprevtoiw tMple1oUB theprevious
previous day under the law ot last June Junerelating JuaereJf Junerelating
relating reJf 1ng to the District of Columbia banks banksThe bankaThe banksThe
The Inspector In PfICtor after a brief examination examinationof xmInattonor
of the accounts vouchers cash and 4curitlo se securHlos orcitritlis
curHlos onme to the co conclusion elu lon that the theWashington theWubingtOD theWashIngton
Washington branch of the Aetna was to tosolvent Inaolycut Snadvent
solvent and so reported to Deputy Comp Comptroller Comptroller Camptrailer ¬
troller Kane KaneTbfo Kanen Ineml
Tbfo n was the first examination otl of the thebank tileIMuak thebsk
bank under the new law and m hi peak JrIS speak speakIdg peaking ¬
ing of the matter yesterday Deputy DeputyComptroller DeIHItyCOptroUer DeputyComptroller
Comptroller Kane said the accounts accountsshewed aecoua aecouahewed accountsskewed
hewed that the statement issued by b the thebank tilebttnk thebank
bank at the call of t the Comptroller CoMptro Ier in inSeptember IDSeplemb hiSeptember
September r was w U not borne out by 11 the tJteC8hIIbIe din discoverable dincaromable ¬
coverable assets in vaults vaultsFollowing valtBlwlng rftaFollowing
Following to the statement 8 returned to tothe 1Dthe tothe
the Comptroller at the close of ofO business businesson
on September 4
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Dw D f han ten basis battfeuOub basis4ak 7
Oub asi ud ehlk henn MM MMlH
LUBfLlWf LUBfLlWfU11111tIiIII LLtntLlatr LLtntLlatrUiidui
U11111tIiIII U11111tIiIIIatrLJr lH i pnate pnateIliMttr jsuilssadie SMftJf SMftJf4ttnjr
sadie sadieladhai 4ttnjr 4ttnjr3UaU atrLJrla
la laJ bta btaIhuis 3UaU 3UaUThe
IliMttr J i15siisad Ihnw Mail dim UNit UNitbis
0 bis hr s unmasi IiIII IiIIIUlJHlW 2141 2141The
The Item of J m1i W < 71 in bonds teem securities teemt ecurithe ¬
ties t and claims which represents the tbelecai theJec theiscI
lecai hgwchs ability bWty to pay its deposit depositon de detera t ton
on apart from what the parent institu institution tudtutl lustitutim ¬
tim in Butte may supply Mr Kane said saidcousuKed allcoaMIIted saideoaed
cousuKed of shares of c CatIon City Pier Ploreuee Flore PiereacO
euee e and Royal Gorge International Rail RailTmyt RaUt RailpJs
Tmyt pJs t the Dividend Milling < and Mining MiningGompaay Miningcfsasy
Gompaay of Arkrtas and the Helena and andDmoa anclDIIIIDD andIon
Dmoa Gold Mining JtUD Company with other otheruutuHed otkLIuted otherniIlsted
uutuHed stocks cI ad d bonds the value ue of ofwhich ofbids ofwhich
which bids cannot be determined by the Tress Treasury TreUW7 Tressury ¬
ury officiate officiateTt o olilcialsIt le alIt
It was the opinion of Mr Kane that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this collateral was of little real value valueand ftLIaeaJId valueamal
and that the Washington W branch would wouMnot wouldnot wouldnot
not have more JftOr mbr titan about t MW with wtthwhich withwlalelt withwhich
which to pay L7 Its Aspoeiters uuleae uaJ uaJfor ualo funds fundsfor fuoditot
for the purpose were w furnished tur by the theparent tilepaftDt theparent
parent concern in Butte Butte3lr ButteJlr ButteMr
3lr Kanes Statement StatementWitk StatcmentWlak StaicmcntWith
With respect r to U tM e action or the Cswp Cswptrollers ea eatroller Casaptroll
trollers troll oflfce Mr Kane issued the fol followtMg fot fotIowI1It folsLstmneat
lowtMg statement statementUntil tltltematUatil sLstmneatUntlI
Until the passage se of the act of Ceo Ceogreas C8I1or Consrs
greas of Jane Sn Ii 1SK 1iII Iaer1sort anjr t sort of a awqicmt aM aca
wqicmt ca ba ban kfcie venture MM d da be tartd tartdtat WI WIri
tat a lb e Xrtrtet latidet of ri t GsiumWa Ma Maten uuder char elmrters chartern
ten obtained obtalnedrr from tfce tb Stees iaes Realm 9e ks of oftMb oftIIIiI o othis
tMb character w woms t under er erwWev ae o sagai pervisioa pervisioawhatever vision
whaiev whatever r and Washtaetott Waa WM wAId a a prolatelag piombi piombiing
lag fl AId Id nnd safe harbor for them theMSinN themSinie
SinN Junt Jun 25 Z last all savings banks bankstrust 1MuIbtrust bankstrust
trust companies omfllni s or other bunking mstitu dtuTlontl mstituTlona IntituI
Tlona I mug organized by virtue irtUf > of the Jaw of ofany o oany olany
any of th tho > States tatc8 and having an oflice or orbunking orbftnkln ortanklng
bunking bftnkln house hou locate within Jth18 the thetrirt DIs DIstrict
trUt Hf > f Columbia where deposits or sav savmgs savmg y yings
mgs mg are ret rEtt retelved > ived were plaffld pla under the thesupervision tMupcnhdlJn theuprrvisitn
supervision of the Comptroller of the Cur Curr Currfny Currrny
r rfny n < y and ar required > d to tl make RIa sworn swornreports womn swornreports
reports n ports to the Comptroller and 4 be 1m 1maittinril ex exdJ1linrd
iuninrd the t hf Ha 1 me as national banks banksThe 1NIa1tsThf banksThe
The closing rlOttn of this thi concern On < ern was the ther theresult
n r result nult ult of the th first examination made of ofIts ofIts olits
Its affairs by b the national bank examiner examinerIU examtDerItl examljmerlbs
IU lbs principal business seemed lJ1tIf to be the theKUArantPping the11drantf thegutranteeIng
KUArantPping 11drantf > f lnft of imnrts < and stocks of un unknown UJIknown imknown ¬
known or questionable value tlue and its itsprincipal 1mprincipal Itsprincipal
principal amet aNe sJets consist of aecurlUes wcuritle of ofthis Ort olthl
this t thl hit character characterVildcat chAracterWildcat characterVhldcat
Wildcat or speculative ulat f banking will willnot willt willsat
not t be tolerated in the District of Co Columbia Co Colambla Golumbia ¬
lumbia so far as it lies in the power of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Comptroller of te Currency c to pre prevent preveftt provent ¬
vent such banking bankingPounded baa baaloundCII bankingPounded
Pounded by Ilclnze IlclnzeThe HeJnz1Ie llelnzerue
The Aetna et Banking and Trust Company Companyof
of Butte Mont was founded by 7 Au ¬
gustus Heinz the wellknown operator operatorin opftatoreopper
in copper of Montana UOIIta About a year ago agohe laphe agohe
he sold his hI interest in the institution to toFred toFred toFred
Fred B Sweet of New Haven Coon Coonand CooaaM Consand
and th tb control of the institution was wassold wasIIOIc1 wasmid
sold again R Jn last August to C W V Dodsonof Dodson Dodsenof
of Boston John T TH THoag Hoag had charge of ofthe oftile ofthe
the Washington branch of the institution institutionunder i1I8tJtutlonU1Id Institutionunder
under the title of assistant cashier H HL HL HL
L Bagley Iey and F B B GarsfcJe were ere others othersconnected othersCOIUIeCCecl othersconnected
connected with tile company companyLittle compaayLattle companyUtIle
Little could b be learned yesterday TNte ay about aboutthe alNMatthe aboutthe
the bank k Its resources re or depositors depositorsother dep Jtoraother Itors Itorsother
other than the information given out outby outby outby
by Deputy ty Comptroller Kane l a One man manappeared manaIJPN manappeared
aIJPN appeared at the Treasury yesterday to toinquire toInquire toInquire
inquire about the t stability of the lush institution tUtutlon lushtutlon ¬
tutlon saying that lie bad fl4NI 14t 4Mf on de deposit de depoelt tieposit ¬
posit He said it had been there re IOT IOTthree lorthree brthree
three years drawing 4 per cent interest interestLocal InteretltLocal InterestLocal
Local banks had few transactions with withthe witbtbe withthe
the concern their dealings being limited limitedto Umttedto limitedto
to cashing ca an occasional check drawn on onthe ontbe onthe
the institution Several bankers were weremuch weremuch re relaUCh
much aston4hed allt ihed yesterday when told that thatIt thatIt thatIt
It carried so long a list of depositors depositorsCashier clepotlltorsCnHhler depositorsCashier
Cashier Talks TalktsAssistant Taktfa TalksAssistant
Assistant a Cashier Qphler Hoag wag seen at the thebanking thenh1ug thebanking
banking nh1ug houste yesterday ye terda7 afternoon and andtalked aDdtAlked andtalked
talked briefly brfe o about the suspension He Hesakl Hesakl Hesaiti
sakl the th parent institution bl in Butte is issolvent jsolvent issolvent
solvent and he felt certain depositors depositorsWOUhl depositorswould j jwould
would be paid In full He said Rklt the books booncarried bookscarried j jcarried
carried many small depositors and that thatit thatIt thatIt
it would take some days to straighten straightenout
out matters so as to deiermtne Just what whatthe whatU1C whatthe
the branch could pay if it was called calledupon calledupon railedupon
upon to settle with ith its patrons 8 Mr Ir Hong Hongstated Hon Honatated Hongstated
stated that he had telegraphed the t e ac action RCtlon c ctioti ¬
tion of the Treasury officials otflc to the home homeoffice homeoffice homeoffice
office in Butte and up to the time timeof timeof timeof
of the interview had not heard fromhis fromhis from fromhis
his superior officers officersDeputy offieersDeput officersDeputy
Deputy Comptroller Kane said his hi office officewas omcevU officewan
was clear on the duty to dose the th doors doorsof d00rliof doorsof
of the th concern under DtetrJct Dl trlct law I but buthe buthe butha
he could not say yesterday whether the theinstitution UteInsUtutfon timeinstitution
institution in Butte could be held re responsible re responsible responatbie ¬
sponsible for the liabilities of the branch branchhere branchhere
here He said that was a question for forthe forthe forthe
the lawyers of the department departm nt to de determine de determine tietermine ¬
termine termineBANK termineBANK termineBANK
Cashier of Institution DOCH Not NotKnow XoiUJIOW NotKnow
Know President or Director DirectorButte DlrcctorsButte DirectoraButte
Butte Mont Oct ItF P E Garside Garsidecashier Garsidecashier Garsidecashier
cashier of the Aetna Bank and Trust TrustCompany TrustComptt TrustCompany
Company Comptt Y announces aJl OUltces that the bank will willnot willnot willnot
not open tomorrow 1 10MOW because b C4Use of the sus suspension suspension ¬
pension pen lon of the branch bank in Washing ¬
ton tonGarside
Garside came to Buttr Butt recently reN > ntly to as assume assame ¬
sume charge ehar e succeeding succet tn A B B Clements Clementsbut Clementsbut Clementshut
but ho appears appl ts to have > no knowledge o othe 0th othe I
the th banks affairs and an claims 1aiin he doer doernot rloetnot doeinot
not even know who the president pcesld nl or d dreitors dt direuters
reuters are areIt artIt r
It is i it inpUalizetl for JlrtJW and < tvis tvisformcrlj ttLsftinncriy 1sj
fvnmrJ formcrlj owned by F 1 Augustus Htinsc
but it Is f understood he no no longer hag haaaflY ha any Ku KuInterest
Interest t in it It Tile batik lus 1 advertised a4trerUHddeposita advertiseddeposits dverijofdeposits
deposits as a I8ISJ5W loans 16800 lS > and stir surplus nrphta stirplus ¬
plus J29J5CX 2i5C0 The bank has very little littleproperty littleproporly littleproporty
property in this State Sta the assessed value Taluation nlgaHon valuelion
Hon not exceeding JlOOOO though Cashier CashierQarside CuhlerGanlde CashierGarslde
Qarside says sa there should be sufficient sufllcientaseats sufUcienta sufficientaeets
aseats a ta to protect depositors depositorsThere depositorThere deposltoreThere >
There were some withdrawals from the t
bank today but there was no run runB rwmB F FB
B Street and F C Lum L m of New York Yorkbare YorkIIve Yorkhave
bare b been en advertised as 1 president and andVice anetVJee and1ee
Vice president of the bank The Th bank bankdid Dankdid bankdId
did i profitable tII business b under the Refuse Heiawownership IJ IJwnerahtp RefuseownrshIp
ownership in buying and scalping tbe tbetime tbetflllti thetime
time of HeiRze Hel a mint mI employes but that thatrevenue t1latJlenaue thatYVotmue
revenue was w shut off o long I 11g ago and slate dneetfeen aiDeethe slatethen
then the bank has done very little html buBIPOTATO business htmlsass ¬
Frank Fran I Daly Throws Tuber and Gets GetsHit Geslilt Getslilt
lilt with a Brick BrickBecause BrickDecaIe BrickBecause
Because Frank Daly white fourteen tourteeaokI fourteenyears fourteenyears
years oW of 1215 Twentyninth street stwetnorthwest stnetJIOrth streetnortbuest
northwest JIOrth threw a a potato and hit SM SMaey d
aey 1 Jones celorea twentytwo year ears old oldof oldet oldcC
of m Twentyseventh street net northwest northwestthe nertkwflttile narZhwestthe
the police allege the colored e man pr prefpftaled pre precfpltated procfpltsted
efpftaled a feat t in which the white whiteboy w nisiteboy tte ttewu
boy was hit on the bead with a brick bricklast brtckJut brteklast
last night nightDaly J nightDaly bt btDab
Daly was removed to tile Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity Ge rietownUJlfventtl GeorgetownUniversity
University Hospital and later la r to his hishome hIaHu hi hihorn
home horn Ills condition is i not regarded I8gardederlOas as asserious asserious
serious erlOasJ seriousJones seriousJones
Jones J OIMI is locked up 11 at the Seventh setJIcIDet pre precinct proohsct ¬
cinct police station ataUoa ud ad will be held helduntil heldaU helduntil
until the boy is able to appear in court courtagainst courtaptMt courtalsst
against alsst him himGET himGET himGET
Washington Committees Efforts EffortsCrowned EffortsCrowned EffortsCrowned
Crowned with Success SuccessOptionx Su SuccessOptions cess cessOpHonM I
Options A AIfxhililt Are re Secured for a Municipal JluuIcllmlBxhihit MunicipalIixhfIiit
Ifxhililt Until After COURTC COURTCCojiveiicn CongresM CongresMCii K KCon
Con Cojiveiicn relics cuc
SpHM to as WiaTaagtna W maid HenkiNorfolk LNorfolk maidNorfolk
Norfolk Va Oct VSnceess has hascrowned JtuCIG hascrowinsti
crowned CIG the efforts of the Washington WashingtonooHtmRiee WauhiatenooinlUe VulallwitORoollUldUee
ooHtmRiee on Jamestown which spent spentt apeDttIa spentU
U t te day da here la oooenttation with the theeecpoottiou thepoIIItIoa theanpasitice
eecpoottiou poIIItIoa odletate Meaers MtS Dulm Kauf Kaufman J ufaad Kaufama ¬
man ama and Clam came here with ith some somehope SO SOJIepe somehope
hope amid some Jmgtrlnsa misgivings but they the are areraturnuag areI8 arereturning
returning I8 Irn to Washington tonight lO nl t with withoptions withopdeas withoptions
options on the moat desirable ln space In tothe Intbo Inthe
the xMaafAtUKM and liberal art build building bWld18S build1g ¬
ing It wa wu learned tonight ton t that the theoptions theaptIou theoptions
options are for a sufficient t period to topermit tolilrmtt topet
permit a thorough g campaign eam GII giving < all allpooalblB aUP allpossible
possible exhftM4r8 an opportunity to tomake teuk tomaks
make eomplet eosR htvestlgation and climb climbon climbtile climbat
on the bandwagon bandwagonThe Miadwa MiadwaTIle bandwagonThe
The e e1QO eXpoStioul14olldaI5 poattlon i oicials are much machpremed u uyttmiA bu buwtda
premed with the the1 proposed prop sed exhibit of the theNational theN theNaUcsal
National N Capital as distinguished dl lled from fromOte tremthe fromtile
the eoiiMaercial exhibit eDlblt and the com committee eommlUee coinmittee ¬
mittee from W Washington secured an op option 0p 0ption optiosi ¬
tion until after the convening CMUS of Coo CoDIt Congre
greas gre It is I intended that the space ce is 18t08e Isto
to t08e b be used for a display 701 of repHcas r of the UteCapftol theCaplwI
Capitol the White House the rebaMU rebabWtaied rebaMUwed rebaMUtaInd
wed Mall and other civic attracUoaa attractiGBaTbe attractiunsThe
The reception of the committee here herei IIereWM herewarn
i was very cordial eonItaI and theIr report un WftdoltbtecllY inndoubtedly undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly wfll be moat encouraging encouragingGREATER eaeoIIIa eaeoIIIaGREATER eseossrsghsgGBEATER
Hnxlncsx DUNlne Hen Icll Renew Plan for the theCo he heCOI1lnJ lieCoating
Co Coating mint Year YearThe YearThe YearThe
The Business Mens Xen Association heM a alargely 1IarxeIY a alarpely
largely attended tt meeting S last night n to toOude hiGods
Gods 0 Hall hi F F street at which the thework thework thework
work of the association n was talked over overand OVtIand overand
and plans p laid for the ensuing year yearPresident yearPn yearPresident
President Pn J James J F Oyster 0 stated at the theoaeuteg tiletIIat theopenIng
openIng that the conatKuttoB eon tItatloea provMefl provMeflfar prorldetom
far a nailed meeting ug of oftbe the body one onethat eMt shemouth
mouth rInr t to 1M annual 1 mme T Ttllat and andthat
j that the saiherte 1atI1Itt WE last nfcjht was ta taobedience 1ftoIIedImce Inobedience
obedience to thai rule He Rew said that UIIatflYftYthta thateverything thatevrrythlup
everything would 11 n allowed except a dis discussion ells ellsCUIIIIIon dl dlmeson ¬
j cussion of the work of the board vf edo education eftcadon edocatheL ¬
cation cationThe cadonThe catheLThe
The name of George Gee Compton OoIDt the well wellknown wellheown eD eDJrn
known commission CJ merchant of this ett ettWall citywas city citywaa
Wall PI proposed for luemberahip and aarlw he hewas bewas
was w elected electedCharles electedCllarIN electedChszles
Charles IJnkins submitted a repor reporfrom reporfrom reportron
from the committee out municipal and andnational andaadoAaJ andnational
national laws of Congress CO specifying the theparticular thepartlcutar thepartkulai
particular iinev line of activity of the com committee CO1inalttee cornmittec ¬
mittee during durta the met session of Con Congress Conpe8B Congross ¬
gross He ft reviewed the suggestion 1I1 01l that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Board of District Commissioners COIII be beincreased belaenraateel beIncreased
increased to seven fllPVeJt the law la of usurious usuriouswterest usuriouslatelwt usuriousintst
wterest latelwt the change e m lit the supervision of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the boys boy and j girt girls reform schools ebools tho thoreferring th thref1T thoreferring
referring II of bills to the people specially lIy
interested by b the District Commissioners Commissionersbefor COllfwnf Conmndselousrabefore J1I J1Ibet
before bet they t are reported back to topar17 Congress Congressparty Congresst
party t walls and uniform u building lines linesA Iin IinA linesA
A short report was submitted by b W W WBowie WBowie WBowle
Bowie with reference to the indorsement indorsementof
of the Glbbs fire escape escapeRoes IKapeROM eacapeRoss
Roes P Andrews addressed the associ association oda nasociatlon ¬
ation a Ob on the subject of the 401800 club cluburging cluburging Iub IubUte
urging the awociatlon to espouse the thecanee theeaa thecause
cause e of such an organization o IRdoa and work workfor worktor workfor
for 1 Iw = ACCML
Mr Andrews remarked that a man manknowing Jran JrankaowtD mankmwing
knowing < something of the inside workings workingsof WorJdnpof
of the FirthSterling FIrtbSterll Steel Companys Companysplans CompanySpia Companysplans
plans bad told him that the real reason reasonthe reasonthe reasonthe
the company decided to locate in tb tbDistrict the tbeDI8tJ1et theDistrict
District was because here the company companywould companywould companywould
would be assured of Federal protection protectionin
in case of labor trouble troubleMr trwubleWr troubleMr
Mr Andrews thought more should be bemade beJUde betoad
made toad of this point in impressing upon uponmanufacturers uponafacturers uponmanufacturers
manufacturers afacturers the availability of the Din District Dintzlct ¬
trict for manufacturing purposes purposesMr PUI108eL1IIr purposesMr
Mr Andrews spoke of the benefits Ie etit ac accruing ACfrom accruing ¬
cruing from the special tram sent South Southand Soutbancl Southamid
and argued that the advertisement which whichhad whichhacI whichbad
had been aocompUshed accempll lMd would wo ll redound redoundto ftdouatto
to the advantage of the retail merchants merchantsquite anercbADtaQuite merchantsquite
quite as a much as y to the wholesaler W er and andJobber andjobbtr andjabber
Jobber JobberJohn jobbtrJOM jabberJohn
John Fleming followed CoU wed Mr Andrews Andrewsand Andrfwand Andrewsand
and gave sa Ye his experience of eighteen ei teen year yearof ye3ntof yearsof
of living 1tvt in Washington and doing busi business busiDe bualnose ¬
ness De In Baltimore He said that not once oncebut 0flCfbut oncebut
but a dosea times tl he bad gone deeply deeplyinto deeplyIaOO deeplymitt
into tbe subject of the comparative coot coetof cootor t tot
of living Jivl in the two cities always in infavor infavor Snfavor
favor of Washington Waahl gton Mr Fleming de declared df dfclared dt dtdared ¬
clared he had gone no into the real estate estatequestion estatequet1on estatequestion
question the cost of provisions lons clothing clothingand elothiDanct clothingand
and other staple 8ta necessaries of life Ute and andsaid utdsaid andsaid
said that Washington Vbll on was a cheaper cheaperplace ebMperplace cheaperplace
place to live in than Baltimore other otherthings oUterthings otherthings
things bein bet being l eqnttlr eqnttlrCol eqtlftlCoL eqntt1Go
Col Go McBlroy of newspaper and lectur lecturing lecturIn lecturIng ¬
ing In fame spoke to the association on onWashington 011W8h onWashington
Washington W8h OD the gateway ev81 of the theSouth UteSouth theSouth
South He reviewed the physical p fea1 geography geography geog ghography ¬
raphy of the Appalachian Mountain Mountainrange lIountaillruae Mountainrange
range and showed that it was not by byaccident bla byaccident
accident a ent that the railroads are where wherethey wberethey wherethey
they are or that big cities elU have sprung sprungup sprungtip 5 5up
up where they the are areThe areTbe areThe
The meeting meetJ closed with the passage of ofa ofa ofa
a resolution tutton presented JX8ent by Mr Fleming1 Fleming1that Flemillthat FIomMngthat
that the board of directors of the asso association Oelation aesoclatlon ¬
elation be directed to provide a aisent perma permanent permanent ¬
nent place > of meeting and that meetings meetingsbe
be held monthly from tr m September to May Mayof Mayof Mayof
of each year President Prl Idnt Oyster ruled ruledthat ruJec1tbat ruledthat
that the resolution would ould require an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment to the constitution and it itwas Itwas Itwas
was referred to the executive board tor torfurther torturt frfurther
further ft action actionAfter acUoDAlter actionAfter
After the meeting the members and in invited In Invited inriled ¬
vited guests gae ts were treated to a buffet buffetluncheon lNttetluncheon buffetluncheon
luncheon by William F Gude GUde secretary secretaryof
of the association ns annodatlonCHRISTiAN oclatfonCHRISTIAN
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have been paying three threedollars threedollars threedollars
dollars for in other hat hatstores hatstores hatstores
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day 7 m In question Q when w n his hat blttfilew Blew of ofand cjancl dtand
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n dug after the bat the > policeman and at athim athint t thim
him hitttag him in the leg Stoat or Fit Fitshoot rllMoot ru ruahoot
shoot the man declared the officer ocer called calledann esUedafter calledafter
after him As he h turned around aMu dle he was washit waslilt monhit
hit m In the knee Then h says the theman police petteeman policeman
man ran up and asked a fd if he had been hit hitand Itan4 bitand
and declared ck that It was not intentional intentionalHearing IDtentklDaLli IntentionaLHearing
li Hearing of the case will be beSat1lrda7 resoaaadSaturday resoaaad edadSaturday
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