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NO 18 l i 1 1NO WASHINGTON D C THURSDAY THUBSDAYOCTOBER OCTOBER 25 1906 1906TEN TEN PAGES ONE CENT
I HOPES OF HEARST HEARSTIndorsement HEAR IIEARSTLEADERS T TLEADERS
LEADERS SOARING SOARINGlau101S SOARII SOARIIi
i lau101S Indorsement lllent of Ticket byj by byTam1nany byTammany
Tammany Encouraging EncouragingARE EncouragingF EiicoiiragingI
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V JUludls s Predicts Plurality Flnralit of ofM8000 ofhr4 of148OOO
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Pn Pnrt t of IaIJo1 vote ot 10 Elcct Their Their10andldntc TheirCandidate
Candidate Republican Confess ConfessDefection Confe Con fe feDefe1tionM II IIDcfectione
Defection but Believe Old Line LineDemocrat LlncDemocrnt LineDemocrnt
Democrat Democrnt Who Will VIII Bolt Hearst HearstWill lIenr IIenrtt t tnl
Will lull nl More Iore Thnn Connterlmlnnce Connterlmlnncedifcw Connferltnlnncet ConnferltnlnnceYork
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difcw w York Oct Following F IJ o i4n ing the bv bvtrotraawnt titT t
trotraawnt T of 1 th the Hearat Hr ticket from tap tapta leltW tpttsIN
ta ttsIN bottom 1It bjr b the executive ft uLl ecutIv committee of of1pMany 0TWI ofLSauty
1pMany Ha TWI ani n the exhortation of oftiiftrla 0cir ofirs
tiiftrla cir irs V 1 Mwrphy to the district leader 1ea4Ienwpport 1ea4ieTt
1 t support the nominees with true loyalty loyaltyifte JoyltyDM loyaIt7be
ifte be Demoeratic DM situation m 1ft New N York YorkQMMiy YorklMKY twit twitOsiwity
QMMiy lMKY ha has cleared up somewhat and andthere aDde andibr
there ibr e te a better Mott feeling ta aM around aroundThe alOUftClTIle aroundThe
The only nly people ie ° p4 who are dtegrwntled are areMPje atop1I8IIte ar are
MPje e ef e the Independence I1HI fIe League T gt candi candidate awdlfer nd1 nd1k ¬
k date for Congress eongre State senate uato t and aa aaiMMbly u uWT anlgy
iMMbly WT whose ow petitions for nomination nominationsre Rommattonfe ninauonte
fe te sre rejected rejeet by the boanl of electJons electJonsitm PJ1OeUOUSttns 1J nst
itm Isftvmg the t Held dear for a straight straightJhjt u11IIkt nunightbt
Jhjt bt Between kt Republican 1MIb11can and Democratic DemocraticSame DemoeraUct DemoeraUcSeMe Demoeratlcune
t
Same une of r these Independence League can candidate eandiiau cantIitan ¬
didate and their friends f have appealed appealedt PI Ifd Ifdte
t te the 3 Breme reine Court for a review of the theaction Uteadloa theaction
action of etlie C the board nI of elections asserting assertingthat ertialt1it anertingthat
that there her wa wu fraud ht connection eeliott with withBg wtUIOut lth lthbe
be tIuig Bg Out out of their petition petitionA pedttoDB1krII peUdonaHdI
1krII HdI A LfeMbarg UMIHI a a member of the thetew t tlaw the1w
law committee mitMII of the t Independence IndependenceiLeagve I IndependenceLengut ence enceAS
iLeagve Lengut AS told vjtostiee Dowlmg today that thatM thatwise
1 M some instances I parts of the petitions petitionsef ytetJtloDkao peUtIOIUtkaguc
ef league kao caJatMate ea were stolen after Arterwftb a ttee be behw beq
hw q M asi d with wi the election board and in inUria I IWlt7 IntiI
Uria way tot th number of names aaesset Mea originally originallyBeached GlltaaUywa
Beached set wa reduced n to a petal t where wherethe wherers whereiU0ncr
the pfttUonpra iU0ncr rs did not comply with the thelaw theJaw thelaw
law iTt declared that he had 4 called the theattentftjMi t tt thettaiitis
attentftjMi t ttaiitis wt of 01 the district attorney and the thejMdge tMe thejdge
jMdge e to fie the t outrage outrageWill oulra oulraVIII outragewill
Will VIII Soon Have Decision DecisionAU UeclMlonui Ieclslnn4M
AU th derisions d of the ejection board boardwere 1toarftwere boardre
were re Majtained sLaIned hed in the Supreme Court and andthey IIndt andthai
they t v l be carried Immediately ftnmecllatel te the theBpedhita thelMlll theaii
aii Bpedhita lMlll Ua dlvteton On where 1he II a decision will willbe will1M wiltbe
be rendered ered within fortyeight hours ItouI8 set settHwg BettIIe netthe
tHwg the question n Anally AnallyAlthough ftnalbt finallyA1douh
Although A1douh the t leagues leIt s hiwyers JaY awyer argued arguedthe a atM argnedtiN
the case In behalf of the defeated def noml nomlHe OIIIIk noneliitea
He iitea a k is known the Gfltey House Il UM UMare mans manase mansare
se are not satisfied tiBAed with the result resultwhich TenultuIsld qltiIIdt
which iIIdt bus hR not smoothed out the friction frictionbetween frtetleabfotWGillt frictiOnbetwaoa
between Hearst and Murphy uy and made madefteeslttte ftIIIUIt1tIe madeanhte
fteeslttte anhte 1tIe the undivided support of oCtlte fhe tbetdet din dfstrfet dintriet
trfet leadaw Id 1 1fp
fp t UasM JiI1 tt araua NWIiI NWIiIt ual ualL j jois
t 0 tyWw ois the Democratic aid sIdfI sIdfIf aaA aawtf Car CartlHTt
f tlHTt thr dine the tl leaders dei ban etjan n to talk of ofJmw ofMW ofuw
MW uw bfe bIi Mr Hearsts FJ Iroain ptenlty tyOUkt tyOUktt would b btadr be betheir
their t eaUmatian e1 in the city and State StateW sat Slidetv
W tv 1 J Conner ttatrman featrman of the t Sate Saterammlttee stat stateeIIIMItt Stateesadtten
rammlttee eeIIIMItt mid th t the Democratic Dem and lade Independehce IIMIe1eI ladee
pendehce ee e League Le candidate CAMld tt would receive receivea r e ea
a niw jHniaJHy jvJlt7 of no les IHfII than 148W 148M in the thegiiater t telty theg
giiater g elty He H said the plurality for forHearst forJI forktr
Hearst JI ktr would be much larger but he was waswilling waswIIIUr waswtfli
willing wtfli to go on record as saying TIne that it itWOMM Itv1e Itwould
would be at least 14S8CO 14S8COMurphy usnc usnuph 14SOiUurpliy
Murphy uph Dl DIcule cus e Flsnre Flgnrejl FigureaChirIs FlsnreOharhp
c
jl Oharhp JhiJI F Murphy was Interviewed Inte on onfc onf oniWct
f fc > eJect iWct after Mr Ir Conners had made madelife madekMlction maderadctiOn
> life itrediction radctiOn The fI14 1w Tammany Tllmman leader teaderiWl l aderUlat leadertUM
iWl that an a estimate Ul1Jltte of 74 1 74N nl plurality plunllftytt1itll pluralitytb
tt1itll 1 lhBjtty tb t7 for Hearst If wa wan 11 conservative conservativeia ennnpmuve ennnpmuvef ttve
f iii ia 11 wvnid be enough eDOU to t eject him him Mr MrMvrpfcy MrJIIIrPlfy r rEvriny
Mvrpfcy Evriny also said that ho did < ttd not dootot doototthat deubll dsuhttst
that l Hearst would come down to the theIBtWKtWlth tlMJIx theenwth
IBtWKtWlth JIx enwth wtth a plurality pluralityI plUntJllyra pluralityflearst
ra I e Tilnrst men are are keeping k ptn pretty prettyItHNt prettyet
lifct ItHNt et ibet bout the way they tbe are running ruunlngthe ruunlngtheMIga the theeftiiipgjga theJHi1ga
eftiiipgjga JHi1ga Nftvertheiers it is known kIlO they theyare theafe the thee
are e TipjMding on an enormoug vote both bothhere bot botre bothhere
here re a W n4 A upstate by Republican working workinginen wol1d wol1dnen1Jtpre workingmen
men nen1Jtpre There are Indications their hopes hopesmay boppJJite hopese
may be e well gro lpotlltJlel in e l Men X hudde in inUa Inbtttlt inli
btttlt li Ua dt h rtirttesi are very erj cautious in talking talkingla
la l d d taX about the matter but It in inknow isttlat Iacflawi
know cflawi that canvasses made mae hi manufac manufacVirtaff matuifacirh
Virtaff 12 irh towns upstate show bow a nurprhring nurprhringAefeetloa fCurprlaJjDitW4C aurprisingtiweedon
Aefeetloa tW4C etJ from Hughes to Hearst among amongisje amo amotIfIt amongthe
the n fttlbllcall 9Mbllcafl workta worklcs men who voted votedtar yotfdt
4 tar niXerreH t and McKinley Klnley The Re ReIMlMleaiM Renot Republkaus
IMlMleaiM ri r not only trying to stem stemthis MfIIltWIt stemtb
this tb tide bat are a relying largely Iy upon uponthe uponbe upontiie
the OniOn of diesatuoled tlls oId Hne Demo Demoemt DMtornttl Demoentn
rnttl emt 7 wh t who will flop over overThere overwas overmete
There was was a JH 4Ight ht variation In Hughes HughesaJ lh lIughes1t5tw be5 be5i
i 1t5tw aJ or te the t election betting in Broad BroadJtreH Broadtoduy Broadurb
JtreH xnfo toduy Hearst He m backer in ins InsPOO Infhnapn4tingasgoodasl
= fhnapn4tingasgoodasl s srttteg as sPOO icood as ft1 10 to toe 3 B U Uuflfchlt 1 1at icwmlrk
cwmlrk uflfchlt at this tltl odds tHO bet e < WOCO 1 IH < with withMm withIt withHsGmw
It HsGmw Mm licOraw om ft Co Most t of the th other otherbe othprAt otherig
ig be were at 3 to 1 Robert Wilson took tookth tookute
th ute 1 > Hearst end lid of a 1 1000 t wager w r W W W9agteyand W1JItte7 WlIgiey
9agteyand 1JItte7 and B S S Wood supplying ppl R a aJR AM AMfliirh 09 09JtNghet
JtNghet fliirh money JR W Marco pot 51 IIJW I s on onHughe onnUlM onlnghes
Hughe against In KM OI put up by S S S SIVoed SiI SWood
Wood IVoeditliiygjliw Wood4tEJJcJ
itliiygjliw iI fJIJn ln Whirlwind hlrlwJnl Cninpnlfrn Cninpnlfrnpajliawl CnllJlttlindJwItl CniiipnlgnOtip1
pajliawl dJwItl N Y Oct MStarting 34Startlagout 34StartlagoutJItaIra out out2nsa outmIra
2nsa jjjbbnfra mIra this morning Charles K KIgiJIgtMie J Jean1ect Eg4l
IgiJIgtMie g4l carried his campaign eampa through throughChetnvng throughctIewt throughchcwtuDg
Chetnvng ctIewt Tloga Broome and Corttand CorttandrcwmUe CortlAndcetlDt1eI Corthindcauntien
rcwmUe cetlDt1eI winding v1ndl up with two speeches speechesSa peecbttw spetwhesthIs
w Sa this city tonighL ton hL Everywhere the theeasMildate theMet themdhiste
easMildate Met was greeted ted by Ma crowds and andof andi nd ndJf
Jf i of eMth enthusiasm alaam but It remained for foretjr fereR7 or orilt1
ilt1 > etjr to give him what was hi many manypeats maD maDpHC18 ninnyipIOt5
ipIOt5 peats the best welcome be has hueeJwd re recerrefl recalved
calved from any aft city since the t campaign campaignXga campR campaignbdgaa n nI
Xga I Thin city elt has a population of of1MH ofad ofNS
1MH NS and fully a third of the city cityturned ettyt1l1lte4i ey eytuie4
turned ottt dt to greet t Mr F Hughes H when his histrain hilipllUet1 hisirpla
train p poUnd Ue3 In It at t 43 4 oclock The whole wholet 1 1town wholetowst
t town wn VNU decorated with flags flags4s flagsAs
As 8 JMr tr Hughes passed down the th lane lanean lanethe Jn
an 0 the way to his hotel many of the theBbeerteg theaiIeert theelieerieg
Bbeerteg aiIeert Cortlandltes fell in behind his hiecTMge hiscMTg hisoahrhtg
cTMge and when he reached the hotel hotelinhere hot hoteleie l lere
inhere ere was a crowd with him which fllled fllledike filledthe lled lledtlletltreeL
the tlletltreeL street It took Corthwds entire po police poJtce paflee ¬
lice force to open up a passage ge for the theawndldate theldaae theuns
awndldate uns ldaae to the hotel door Then the theenvNl thewwd theNOWd
envNl flowed w In anttt the corridor ec n1dor was waseMked vUked wa waor
eMked eMkedpar ked kedor
par or half an hour he was wa kept busy busyshaking busylllilking busyshaking
shaking hands while a crowd of lsm lsmBBtaned 1iC11JllMn 1 1tned
BBtaned JllMn tned W t Mr Hughes first speech I ItIt In InOpein o othe
the Opera House and Dd M N others heard heardMK heardaddAI heardlg
MK lg address B in another hM In both bothajtofchea boUto boUtaJJItCbe8 botitpdcheI
o ajtofchea Mr 1 Hughes 11 arraigned Hearst Hearstfir HeanKfer Hourett
fir t his Ia political insincerity lnaiDcerltyCortelon IushcerIt7Corteliou insinceritypostmaster
Cortelon Goe Goes to Xeu Yorl YorlPo YorIiotmsMer
postmaster Po iotmsMer q r General Cortelyeu left for forSw forw forw
Sw w York late last nlgt t where he will willwake 1U 1Uakt 1I1ake
wake akt a careful Inquiry into the he politicalyltuatirat pofttfCMJtuntlM political poflthmlgIt4JatitWI
yltuatirat And be in a position to fully fullyi fulbdI fully4dVI5C
i 4dVI5C dvi > se the President As chairman of ofthe PCt oft
the t he Republican R ptlbUC3n National Committed Mix MixtVtrtelyow Mrtortelyon r rt1Ttelyou
tVtrtelyow will 111 determine what asrts astJIst astJIstnN asntsnee r rnce
nee if any can be rendered to those thoseronducttngr thosetondutln thoseiinduetlpg
ronducttngr the State campaign campaignLumber caM caMl campaignI campaignLumber
Lumber l umIH r Tra TruNtDrokcn TruNtDrokcnVile Trust t Broken BrokenWide BrokcWide
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTJor
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand COl Ct1iimbia Ct1iimbiaand 11nbin 11nbinand
and Maryland rarat1d rain today fol followed 1 1lowed 1lowed ¬
lowed by fair and colder tomor tomorrow tomorrow toinorrow ¬
row fresh to brisk southerly southerlywinds southerlywinds southerlywinds
winds windsHERALD winds windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS N1WSSUMMARY N1WSSUMMARYTELECRMHIC SUMMARY SUMMARYTELEGRAPHIC SU MARY MARYlELEGRAPlliC
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Page Page1He Pa PallIeallt Page1Hearst
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Saving vtss Bank Closed byx It by Comptroller CemptwUerMay CptftHerllay ComptrollerMay
May Reopen R ptIft Today Today3Admlnistration To TodaySAdministratiOn U Udmlnstrallon
3Admlnistration dmlnstrallon Deplores Hostility to toJapan toJpiln toJapan
Japan JpilnP Japan2Postal
2 2Postal Postal P 1 ISsUmates Increased IacrfRfttIItPre Increased3PresbyterIan
3 Presbyterian tPre byterlan Synods Synod Session SessioniSodety SPOOMJP5Sodcty Iea IeaiSodety
iSodety Gathering for Hunt Meeting XeetbllVKneaes MeetinglOWItnpes
lOWItnpes 1 WKneeaes Accuse Policeman PolteemaaCLEWS Potle PolicemanOLEWS JL JLOLEWS
OLEWS POINT TO ABDUCTION ABDUCTIONUirniliiKlinin ABDUOTIONDirmlnJhnm ABDUCTIONiJirniluglinin
UirniliiKlinin Girl Jlystcrlously Jbjllteriltu I Din Dinni 1 lIMnppenrsCh 1 1nIJIenr
ni nIJIenr nppenrsCh penrj Chloroform loroforna In Room RoomBirmingham RoomBlnalngham RonniJilnninghm
Birmingham Ala Oct 24Wtth < aU the thestage tbeta thestage
stage ta settings UnJB of the moat thrilling mole melodrama elodrama moledrama ¬
drama H window pane from which a apiece IIpifte apiece
piece of O glass had been M cut < aa empty emptychloroform emptychloroform emptychloroform
chloroform bottle found on the t floor a alocked ItI abelted
I locked bedroom door de and other neces necessary nerf8aeec necsnary ¬
nary accessories Mis M bum Fannie an Sled Sfedbrotham SIfodlmttham Sledhrotham
brotham widely wil known kBO for her beauty beautydisappeared beautydtnsppeazed w 7 7dt8pp8recl
disappeared from rein her home last nfechu nklhtT1q nghtToday nfechuTe
Te Today lay aU 11 BirmtNgham BRgh hi wondering wonderingwhether wOOdOri wOOdOriwhether e ehetber
whether hetber it is a ease of abduction or orelopement oroIepemtnt ot otolopatnent
elopement or CNhfU whether hEttIIIr hEttIIIrIms r8UtDe seme other crime crimeIMS CIIatlias
IMS bean committed committedThe e nuaittedThe thmmittedThe
The disappearance of oCtile the young 7OU woman womanwas womanvU womannot
was not discovered dboovered until tll this t morning morningWhen mornt morntWhetl morningWhet
When her ftfl mother Mrs S Stedbrotham Stedbrothamattempted SIedbnKbamtlftlttKed Skdbrnthamattempled
attempted to enter let her room she found foundthe fOUftCIthe foundthe
the door locked The he door was forced forcedand forredJNI forcedand
and JNI the room found empty A window windowwas whulowwas
was open 0 and a piece of glass had been beencut beftII boOncut
I cut out near the lock The room was wasfilled WIllir WaslIsti
filled lIsti with the odor of chloroform bIontt and amiaa alMlempty andan
r
aa empty bottle was found to ncl which whichC had hadcontained hadc
contained C c nttued the drug d Detectives working workingon
on the case all day dn Y admit that they are arebttMed arebaThed re re1NtJIIed
baThed Absolutely no clew exists te ex explain explain enplain ¬
plain the young womans woman disappearance disappearanceThe disappearaaeebdueUon
The abduction theory is l credited by bymany hymay bymany
many owing to the fact fa t that Miss tss Sted Stedbrotham SIed1trotham d dbrotham ¬
brotham had h cl for some time been receiv receiving reeefyIn reedylag ¬
lag In annoying allDOyt letters from an n unknown unknownadmirer uaJtqefJ1MmI unknownadmirer
admirer MmI In Denver In all bis 11 letters the theanonymous theanonymous theanonymous
anonymous individual reasserted to 1dm in intention I IteaUoft Intontioti ¬
tention te possess the young you woman womaa The Theidentity TheIdentlt7 Theidentity
identity of the letter writer is unknown unknownwhich tJMWDwblda unkaiwnwhich
which makes the mystery mysteryJI deeper deeperItes deeperMlm
JI Mlm Ites Siedbrotham Sl brotham had many manyIHtt admirersbut admirers admirersbttt
bttt none she was U known to favor which whichmakes wblchJna whichmak
makes Jna mak an elopement seem m out of the thequestion tile4fUMt1oa theGOV
question questionGOV 4fUMt1oaGOV
GOV CUMMINS ACCUSED ACCUSEDIn
In n Open Letter Promiiierit Democrat DemocratAInkc Demo Democrati1nkca rnt rntIuke
AInkc Iuke Ghnrcex of Treachery TreacheryDes TcRchc TcRchcea TrencIscrllen
Des ea JJotees Jl lae1l Iowa Oct 34 3400 Oov Albert AlbertB AlbertS
B S i Onmutne cimlllilft te charged m 1ft aa open ev letter letterwtth letterwith ler lerwith
with having proghsgd pr med to l leitrs drs eT Y the theDemoeniUc t1lDlIIIOenttlc theDemocntUc
DemoeniUc party that if they tbe would ould pre prevent JMteittCtaudf iweeIit ¬
vent eittCtaudf eIit Claude R R Porter from rem rustling Mr Mrgovernor leftnd fd fdgovernor
governor amf nd induce tn4 him to be a candi candidate eaadffJate eandidate ¬
date for Congress a against Representative RepresentativeHepburn Jt iboroasntattveIJern tatm tatmHetWm
Hepburn m In the Eighth th district he and andhte a1Idk andisis
isis k friends would Me that Porter was wasejected 1311eIfoct waselected
ejected ejectedThe eIfoct electedThe ed edThe
The same terms according to the letter letterwere letterWfft letterwere
were offered if Iftbf the Democrats would weuN11I1I weuN11I1IGeL run runGen runGsa
Gen J B Weaver ht the t Sixth district districtugainst 1ctMJainst districtagainst
against Representative ne nttlYe Lacey l y and Judge JudgeMartin JudleMartin JudgeMartin
Martin J Wade in the Second district districtagainst districtAgRbult diStrictagainst
against Representative R ntaltve A F Watson The Thetetter ThfJett Theletter
letter Jett Is written by b H C Evans E a promi prominent promtent protnineat ¬
neat Democratic lawyer of Des Moines Moteesand MohIeaacI Moinesand
and addressed achl to the t Boone Democrat DemocratEvans DemocratEYau Iemocratevans
Evans says that Coy Cummins made ma the theproposal tMNO thepropomi
proposal NO I on a train on Saturday August A Aot
4 Just after aft he had been nominated nomlnat and andjust JUHIju smutjust
just before the theD Democratic moeratlc convention conventionwhich conventionWelt conventionwhich
which Welt nominated Porter PorterHe P PeelerHe r rHft
He says s his motive in exposing the t gov governor pvernor goventer ¬
ernor te Ii Jab disgust at Cummins Cum asser assertions aaMItiona ¬
tions on the stump that Porter te the therailroad tJaen thendlroad
railroad n lrotlel candidate for or governor vernor The Jet letter Jetbaa Jettot ¬
tot has created a sensation sensationHEIR 8f sensationIlEIlt tlKtlon tlKtlonHEm
HEIR TO FORTUNE SLAIN SLAINChicnKn SLAINChicngo SLAINChicago
Chicago roller rolh Have Anntlirr Mnrilcr Mnrilcr3Iytcry = UurclerJIrrcter liirilcrMystery
Mystery JIrrcter to Solve SolveChicago SolnCh SolveChicago
Chicago Ch IlL Oct 24Ajx 4AROUaer ther murder murdermystery JIIurdermnter7 murdermystery
mystery seems likely to develop vflep from fromthe fromthf fromthe
the shooting of William WlIl lm S Steward SteMl of C To Toronto T8 T819Dto Tomonte ¬
monte in his room aT the Saratoga srati sa Hotel Hotelhut Hetellast Hotellast
last night nightSteward nllll1Stwrd nightStetaed >
Steward who inherited a fortune a ye4r ye4ragn r e4r e4rfrom 4r 4rfrom
agn from his father was occupying < J1JI th thsuit tti ttinit tbsuit
suit with 1ttl friends cI Mr and Mrs D O OCloud oCloud 0Cloud
Cloud of Rochester Rocbe ter N Y He was found founddead MIdl loveddead
dead in the bath tit room room from a shot shotthrough shotthrough t tthroup
through the head The Clouds Coud were held heldprisoners beldprWettelli heldprisoiters
prisoners all night ht but were released to today 10da today ¬
day da Mrs Cloud herself f aroused the thesuspicions thEllu thesuspicions
suspicions llu plelo of the police O by telling tflU of a awoman awoman awoman
woman evidently a guest t at the hotel hotelwho botelwho hotelwho
who rushed to bin room a moment afterthe
the shot that killed Steward exclaim irxcteJmlag IxctalmIlIb exclaimlag
lag lagI
I know all about this I heard the thequarrel Uteuarrel thequarrel
quarrel uarrel and the struggle stTuI Come to my myroom
room room let I t me r take care of you youThat YOUTbat youThat
That the Clouds were w e concerned c in the theshooting thesboetJag thesheeting
shooting there te no suspicion plclen but the thepolice
police think it possible that some one oneelse oneelse onecisc
else may have bad baq a quarrel with withSteward wit witSteward withSteward
Steward StewardCLEVELAND StewardCLEVELAND StewardCLEVELAITh
CLEVELAND FLYER WRECKED WRECKEDPassenger WRECKEDInsMengcr VltECKED1In04enJtr
Passenger SIflcMwlpc SIdesv1 peM Freljcrlit 1rcl ht t and andEngine nnclEnlne andBngine
Engine Rolls nou Into Iliver IliverPittsburg IthrPlttsburg ItiverPittsburg
Pittsburg Pa Oct J4 4Tht The Cleveland ClevelandFlyer ClevelandF1lt ClevelandFlyer
Flyer r on the Pennsylvania lines west w t ofPittsburg
Pittsburg the fastest a test train between PUts PittsiMirg Pittaburg PUtsburg
burg and Cleveland jumped the track nearBetlevue
Bellevue Just below here today and aftersideswiping
sideswiping tik1e wlpln i freight train standing on ona 00It ona
a siding plunged over the banks b nks the theengine theengine theengine
engine and one ear roJln roling into the Ohio Ohioriver Obior1ver Ohioriver
river while the rest of the train stayed stayedon
on the bank bankEngineer bankEn bankEngineer
Engineer En neer C Ewing and Fireman A V VReynolds VRfyJtOl VReynolds
Reynolds s both of Cleveland of the Flyer Flyerwere Flyerwere Flyerwere
were fished out of the river by the crew crewof crewof crewof
of the freight train and are probably probablyfatally problyfatally probablyfatally
fatally hurt The exact cause of the ac accident accldent accident ¬
cident has hR not been determined determinedFour determinedFour determineilFour
Four passengers were badly injured Injured and andabout andabout andabout
about twentyfive of the others werebruised
bruised and cut by lJ broken glass hLa6 but none nenewere 1Ionewere nonewere
were severely hurt hurtAudience hurtAncUence hurtAudience
Audience to New Xe Minister JlinbterYlmna Ministerrienna Ilnlater9enas
rienna Oct KThe L The Emperor today todaygave todaysave todaygave
gave an audience to Baron Lexa von vonAerenthal VOllAerenthlll VOnAseenthal
Aerenthal at present Austrian Ambassa Ambassador Amrn Amrndol Anibsansdoe ¬
doe to Russia but who will succeed Count CountGoluchowski CountGoluehowski CountGoluehowskl
Goluchowski as AustroHungarlan AustroIfun mm Minis Minister lUnlster Mbilstee ¬
ter of foreign affairs affairs1oo
100 Harper Ferry and Martins Martlnsbnrsr Martinsburg nrUn3 nrUn3ImrJ
burg 1J15 1 18 Berkeley BClkelc Spring SpringJfSOO SIJrlngJlOO Sprlnwsl2oO
JfSOO OO Cnmberlnntl Cnmberlnntland ClImberlAndand
and return Leave Baltimore Bl tfmoro = Ohio sta station slaHOII statioti ¬
tion S SA S1 a a m October OetobcrSo JS Returning
leave loov Cumberland 6 I Berkeley SprIngs Sprfngiii
7 Martinaburg S So and nd Harpers 1111 > 61 Forry ForryS40 FOIQfl
S40 fl p m same day dB Beautiful scenery sceneryen seener seeneren
en route
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A LITTLE GAME IN THE CABINET I
The President r nt Finds nds a Seat cat tq to Suit Every Statesman
1 7 DIE II IN EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONEvery EXPLOSIONErcry EXPLOSIONEvery
Every Man in Tunnel Either EitherKilled Eitherreilled EitherJilled
Killed or Wounded WoundedGAS WOllluIe1GAS V OUIld cd cdGAS
GAS IS IGNITED BY A BLAST BLASTDlsnuter BLASTr BLASTDlltnlter BLASTDIrneler
r
Dlsnuter Occurs Near Where Whcr hcr HI Lnsl LnslTlielr Iollltl1hlr LostTheir
Their lilvr lhlIxcHenu Hxcltemnnt t in JoIinN JoIinNtorrn Johnlltown Jolinatonn
town Which hlcb Fen Feared red Repetition of oflclrlhlc ofTerrible j ji
i Terrible nl DIIIn Dianater mxter tr of 1OOS 1 1OONot O Xot ot Con Conxiilercil COIlldrc1 Coitsldcrcit
xiilercil DnnprcroiiH Section SectionJohnstown SectionJt SectionJohnstown
Johnstown Jt hnstowu Ps Pa Oct 34 4TIte The Roiling RoilingMHI totu totulHI RollingMIII
MHI Mme Une of the Cambria C Steel Company Companywas CouIIUIwall Companywas
was the > scene this evening O Of C a terrific trrirteexploaion terrlltefxpIotdoIa terrificexplosion
explosion of gas by which every man It at atwork atwortt atwork
work m hi the twentysixth heading 1M dln of the themute thewas themine
mine mute was either tt killed or Mj lItjwtIed lItjwtIedFortwlael7 lstjpredFortunately rod rodFortunately
Fortunately at th Ute time tMi ef 1 the explosion explosionthere e ep4odonthere plOIIIoft plOIIIoftthere
I
there were oaly nine men within wit reach of ofthe e ethe ofthe
the exploding ex gas and of those tww twwwere t tWeft
were brougHt b nigiit back to Ufa by prompt prompttreatment Jtl8Mpttrwattnfltt prmptreatment
treatment and 541 the death Hat th thus M k k1 k1at keptat pA pAat
at seven sevenAll tnAll nevenAU
All the men killed and Injured are aredents real realdents NIldent
dents of t this city cityThe dtTTIM cityTb
The Tb dead deadSAMISOX deadUIISON deadLU4IflON
SAMISOX LUTMKR LUTKXKCONST ssot m fnr an iwohd iwohdCOV8TA ttT ttTcogrsT
CONST cogrsT > r T KISM KISMJ08X1MC IISHUKJC iSrr asoisi asoisiUK
UKJC UK ALDA allier allierJOIIJAX nrr momnt momntJOOIK
J08X1MC KAMBL8KY KAMBL8KYKJtXXK KJ1IaAKYPx W WXAICK
Px KJtXXK K OUAVAULAK K sMser sMserADAM IerAD her iwomoho iwomohoADAX
ADAM AD rAVALOSKY Mtoer isez iseziosiui w nMMiiML nMMiiMLJOSKIH f1IIIIrIeILJOSHIII
JOSKIH PALR1CK LIU K miner BWMoMf BWMoMfOperated IIIfHrriIIII IIIfHrriIIIIOpcrniecl nomuidOperaled
Operated with Grcnt Caution UnatlonNew CAuHonNe1l CautionNews
New of the exploaion reached this city cKyin dtyIn cityIn
in a short hort time and nd cau caUti caunod l al cowKidraWe cowKidraWeexcitement c uId uIdesctttlDfttt nsldorsbleezeltement
excitement as it was feared 100 that tUe Uu the de development ft ftylopment dovelopment ¬
velopment might be a repetition fttptlUU rop Utlmut of ofirrythie the theDfiriMe Uaeir
DfiriMe ir esphwlon n ef July JyWfIre JC 10ta S whea m mjpcji
jpcji ta w WfIre r kttted ktttedThe kItW1bfo killetime
The apet ape whove whey flu exploakm + iton Won occurred occurredI occwre l lia 1tWe
ia I two > dad s4 a half tlf wlleif lomthe ffoIIt tIM motttin motttinf mo moif motIk
if f the orsts ojiefa ua and te M qt tetrlct tt ttheretofore t not notneretoCore tMtttetore
heretofore regarded as dangerooa Ua UambIe The Themine Theailne
mine however is operated op erat with great greatcaution g greatcaution l lcatJoa
caution and all the roles for safety tel m mgaseous hi higJIuJJ higaseous
gaseous workings carefully CR fullJ followed Just Jushow Justho Justhow
how ho the explosion occurred no pa otte will Winev wiltever i iever
ever ev C know as the tb men in the t immediate immediatevicinity tmtttedlatevIclntty ImmediatevicinIty
vicinity are all U dead But it ta supposed supposedto ed edto
to have been caused by a pocket of gas guwhlcb gaswhich aa aawhich
which was released by the firing ftrt of a shot hotand shotand i iand
and I8 ignited lted by the 1 next blast The men menwere men1Ifte menwere
were all known to have safety lamp 1a and andno IUMIDO andno
no matches were found about 1HH1t their doth dothh dotbOf clothOf
h g j jOf
Of the dead two w were r buraeti and aMltn amidbruised j jbrutoed
bruised to death < and the ethers poisoned poisonedby poisonedby
by 1 1 afterdamp afterdampThe tierpThe j
The bodies were ere brought t te the surface aurfceethis auriMetids surfacethis
this evening and turned over to under vodertakers 1Indertaken undertakers
takers takenGOOD takersGOOD j jGOOD
GOOD PLACES FOR LIBERALS LIBERALSGov LIBERALS3lngnoii
Gov Go Masrumi Appoint Gen Inrcla Inrclannil nrclanncl nrcizLnod
nod Brother to It Office OfficeHavana Offlcel4Harana OfficeslIavana
Havana Oct 21 tGov Gov Iagoon Ma goon has ap appointed ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed Justo Ju to Garcia formerly Cuban CubanConsul CulMutConsul CubanConan
Consul tit Hamburg chief bir of Die Depart Department Dep Departmeat rt rtment
ment of State in place of Senor Hevia HfVtftwho Heviawho Ileviawho
who resigned re l a month ago Gen Carlos CarlosGarcia CarkMIGarcia CarIesthircta
Garcia one of the prime p me movers in the theinsurrection UteIDRlTeeUoD theInsurrection
insurrection who was formerly Minister Ministerto
to Mexico MevI has been appointed inspector iaspectorof lo peetor
of prisons and charities cba tie at a salary lary of ofo6M oryeall7 ofyearly
o6M yearly The appointee are arebrothers arebrothers arebrothers
brothers brothersTb brothersThe
brothersateW
Tb The n new w Liberal mayor of Aguacate fe fecharged facltar ischarged
charged cltar with arming g twenty t men mcMi mcMito eft owing owingto
to his aUeg alleged 1Ie d fear of the Moderates In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the town Our Go Magooa gOOlt has ordereO ord r Civil CivilGov CivilGov CivilGee
Gov Nuaea to Investigate Yest1 e the mat matter matt mtt4r ¬
ter t r and to inform the mayor that he has hasno hsno hasno
no authority to arm anybody Senor HenorNune SenorNalMS SenorNunex
Nune is instructed ln tneted to take away IIwn the thearms the1Um8 thearms
arms Gen Guzman informed Gov Ma Magoon MaJOOR Magoolt
goon that tbll t some of the liberals referred referredto
to bad revolvers 7 VOlVetti but they t confined confinedthemselves eonllnedthlfttIIlv8 confinedthemselves
themselves to knocking at doors of Mod Moderates 1ederatn Modcrates ¬
crates and making demonstrations demonstrationsIt djll lOnstrnUons lOnstrnUonsIt
It is I rumored nJ O that a duel will be fought foughtby fOUbhtby foughtby
by Senor Mendoza a member of the theAyuntamiento tMAyuntamiento theAyimtamento
Ayuntamiento and Senor Alonao 1011 = 0 writer writeron writeron writeron
on Et 1 Mondo which Attacked Mendoza Mendoznon
on account of the t telephone concession concessionwhich concessionwhich concessionwhich
which Mendosa was accused accu ed of defend defending defendIn defendlag ¬
lag < illegally illegallyA JI 17 17A
A report made by the Quartermasters QuartermastersDepartment QuartcrmaaterDeopartlDfttt QuartermastersDepartment
Department shows that all the troops troopssent troopsent troopssent
sent to Cuba landed between October Octoberj
7 and October 16 1 Eleven transports transportswere tntnsPQrtliwere transportswere
were handled besides three war ships shipswith slalp1tk shipswith
with 1tk marines Much credit is due to toCol toCot toGel
Gel Cot Humphrey MaJ Baker and the Uiestaff Ulestaff thestaff
staff One hundred and four mules and andeight andeight nd ndet
eight et hl horses were lost from the trans transport trn transport 8 8port ¬
port Cubana anti 1M 1 horses from the theKanawba theKIUtIl theKanawh
Kanawba KanawbaA KIUtIl KanawhA wha whaA
A sensation D8atlon has been gaused caused by the thedisappearance thedisapJftUft thedisappearance
disappearance Ce from the cruiser Denver Denverof Denveref Denverof
of silver goblets forming formln part of the theservice the2lervlce theservice
service presented to the crusier by the thecity theelly thecity
city of Denver The goblets were evi evidently eldently cvideutly ¬
dently stolen at the reception given last lastnight la8 la8night lastnight
night on board the war ship The Den Denver Denver ienver ¬
ver sailed saiiedthls lied this morning morningCAPT mornlnSCAPT morningCAPT
CAPT TAGGART IS DYING DYINGArmy DYINGArm DYINGArmy
Army Arm Oliver Involved in Divorce DivorceScandal DIvorceScuJllnl DivorceScaItlal
Scandal In Xow fii Philippines PhilippinesWoester PhnipplneWooster PhilippinesWooster
Wooster Ohio Oct 21 14News News has been beenreceived beetreeelVM beenrocetred
received here that Captain Tnggart T ggart is isdying isclytng Isdying
dying in the Philippines He leaves three threebrothers thretbrDtlters threebrothers
brothers David vld who lives at Reno Nev NovFrank NevFrank NevFrank
Frank attorney Denver Colo Cob Howard HowardBaltimore HOWftrdDaJtlmere HowardBaltimore
Baltimore Md sisters Mrs KImtulain KImtulainOrrville KimtulninOrrviUe KimtulalnOrrville
Orrville Ohio father aged SO and mother motheiG
76 His father is also dying d lng and has not notbeen no nobecm nobbeen
been told the news tonight tonightDepOMit tonlfhLDepoHt tonightDeposit
Deposit your money mDne where safety safetyis mct mctIs
is assured Banking dept of Union Trust
Co Co 1414 P Ie pays interest on all accounts accountsJio accounta accountawlifch accountsvilcit
wlifch vilcit Me arosubject Abject to check atIll atIllo t wlJl wlJlXo
Jio o coal dust or trouble Sanitary SanitaryCaters Sanitarymters Sanitaryhjators
mters Caters Ofte Radiators Demonstrations DemonstrationsiO
100 iO Jth th st st nw
MRS OELRICHS CONTESTS WILL WILLSnjK WILLSn WILLSnyc
SnjK Sn HtixOmm Was Vn Resident ne ldent of Call California CnUfornln CallIornln ¬
fornia and Claim Half of Estate EstateNew ElltnteNew EstateNew
New York Oct 0 54 34AllegIng Alleging that the thehue thelate thebate
hue Hermann Oelrichs wa wall a a resWent resWentef
ef California and that the property which whichkte wbleIt whichhis
his It will disposes of ta community muftlt prop propperty propltMty propperty
perty under the lows Jaw of Ca4if ColUooIa nte one onehalf onehalf ne nehalf
half of which moet t go to the wfeew up upon upon upon ¬
on her husbands 1 death du dust Mra fts Tereaa TereaaAlice T TeretAlice < n nAllef
Alice Oehtehs today Wed etajeeUons bJ In hithe Int Inthe
the t Surrogates Court to the prfrtmtc ihote Hitc of ofthe 0 0tM otthe
the will of Mr Offlrtehs by wileh rile W1eh site shewan sitewa sitewas
wan wa cut off from from sharing in bIn estate estateTheir estateTheir bitt bittTheir
Their son Hermann Oelrichs Jr j te join joined joined joined ¬
ed in I the t proceedings proceedingsThe D DThe a aThe
The will to winch Mr w Mrs IS Oslrlch OI nh nhjectc nit nitJetlI ohjects
jectc was executed xcut June 11 UK sad id gives givespractically givesprlMtleally givespractically
practically all the estate to Charles May MayOelrichs M M0ftrtcb8 MayOehlcbs
Oelrichs brother of f the deceased and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs WUHam W Jay sister of Mr MrOrlehs MrOrlehsTItt Qairiehs QairiehsThe OIrIchnThe
The reason for Mrs Qelriehs sudden MHldentrip fNKIdptrip suddentrip
trip to t California Immediately follow following tou followtug w wlnr ¬
tug her huebends h death te explained explainedIn 8XI I81ftoo I81ftooIn
In her aJBdavH It shows 1 that in Sep September Septembft Soptember ¬
tember she was appointed spaelftl sp elRI ad administratrix Admlal admlnlstratrx
mlal ministratrix tratrtx of the eatftte by the Su Superior superior Snpeeler ¬
perior Court of the County of San Fran Francisco PnwOn FranchicO ¬
cisco On this th appointment and nd on the thelaws thelaws
laws of California of which wh b State StateII she shesays shesays
says II Mr lr Oelrichs was a resident t she shebases shebases
bases 8 her contest contestYALE Ontf1tYALE contestYALE
YALE DIVIDED ON PHONETICS PHONETICSProf
Prof Beers Favors New Spelling SpellingOthers SpellingOthers SpellingOthers
Others Oppose It ItDean ItBCRn Itlcnn
Dean Hofjorn of Inw School and andProf Rn RnIrot andlrof
Prof Phelpn Jh lp Do 1 0 Not ot II flclicv el cllcc I eve in inSimpliflcd InSlmpllficd inSlznplllicd
Simpliflcd Method 3IcIiodXew MethodNew IetltoclNfW
New Haven f e Calm Oct SlTh TIe Y YAlumni Y4iuainl
Alumni 111 Weekly out tonight prhtteH prhtteHiiUtlUfcaa prtwWilWt prtwWilWtor pgintnd0l
0l iiUtlUfcaa of a number of leadfaig g Tfrfo 141 141pIIonftlc BJH BJHfor p pOnta >
Onta 011 phonetIc a dpe1Ltngns foceded focededb t tl
b l Iidiut J eovJlt i of ° c cRcerr H HeI
Rcerr eI nub 1aftnuidt 1aftnuidtfor I Ifor
for the new spelliNg JMIIItI g He ohserves ohservesHere sheivenHere n nlIere
Here ta Gohlwm Smith asking telaS what whatcan whatcan hat hatbe
can be mere uncouth than thru thruT The Theanswer MIea Theanswer
a answer r to easy Through TIt te 18 Why s swe shouldwe should shouldwe
we load the speech with Hh foaftfl gutturals gutturalsWe guttu guttuW gnttureiWe
We W do not carry trillbite about in our ourpockets outpockfQ ourpockets
pockets The place for zoological curiosi curiosities euitoMti cirlodties ¬
ties te the cabinet eahbl and for philological I en enrioaltles eurlOllldM enriosttles
rioaltles the etymological ety 1 dtodomtriec It Itte Itt ItIs
te not scholarship 8ritoIarshl but solecism l which Im Imagines ImAldn imagints ¬
agines Aldn that such spellings H gs as tongue tonguecould t tonguecould ngtle ngtlecouN
couN could limb Inland preserve any historic htetoricfact httorktract historicttct
fact worth worthht kcepbig kcepbigWhat k kt
What ht t they do record te simply tHe hU hUtory hIIt hIIttory history
tory of a mistake i tak That sacred p In Inhonor InbcJaer inhon
honor hon All thin has been exptefafoa expiaHt l again satnIUMI againa aIn aIniiasl
IUMI a d again gain and te so wen 1 known to Bag BagUS IbgeItoIa Bagsh
US sh scholars eItoIa that I am ashamed to re repeat re rePeat toieat ¬
peat It It Yet there t is Gotdwfn Smith an aneducated altedueatetl anedcted
educated and intelligent t mgeRt man 11III saying Yl1 that thatthru thattbru thattare
thru Is uncouth uncouthDean UMOUUn uncouthDean
Dean n Henry Wade Rogers of UK U Yale YaleLaw YaleLaw YaleLaw
Law School ta 1 Against the simplified sitnpltlledspelling sltnpllfteds simplifiedspelling
s spelling lnl He said saidI
I am sorry IT the President ef the United UnitedStates URltedStatfS UnitedStates
States has expressed himself tie he has hasupon hasupon s su
upon u Uu this matter and I ant In hearty heartyaccord rty rtyaccord I Iaccord
accord with much muchel of the criticisM his hisaction JdgIIct10ft binarthin
action taM provoked provok d both in Bagtand BA taRd and andAmerica aJtdAIIIeIia andProfessor
America AmericaProfessor AIIIeIiaPmftJIII
Professor r William Lyon Phelps of the theSngiteh theEndlsh theEnglish
English literature department departmentI
i 011 I think that the th > reform onn of KagHsh KagHshspelling I Bdgiishspelling t1tsh t1tsha
a spelling te neither necessary nrces ary nor Sosirti SosirtiWe Intbut tituiritble
We but if I any ny changes are to be made madethey ndetMY ifladethey
they should oa shouki be brought about by t com committee roItImtttM remmittea ¬
mittee of r English 11 and American scholars scholarsacting sdioiamacting JIlrs JIlrscUft
acting together t etlHor Anything like an Amer American Alnlrn Amerlean ¬
lean n pelting seems to me to be absurd absurdSMOTHERS anlSMOTHERS absurdSMOTHERS
SMOTHERS HER TWIN BABIES BABIESMother RABIESlot1Jer BABIESMother
Mother I b Frantic When hen She Finds FindsInfant Findsinfants iinct iinctInfnnt
Infant Dead in Bed BedNew BedNew tll tllw
New w York Ort 24 LFrenzIed Frenzied by h the thethought thethou thethought
thought thou t that she te responsible for the thedeath thedeflth thedeeth
death of her two babies who were tre BUrrO suffocated BUrrOcatetl iffo ifforated ¬
rated during darb > the night while sleeping with withher with1aer withher
her Mrs John McEiroy Is today pros prostrated ptOtrtrated prostented ¬
trated with grief No blame b lmc Is attached attachedto
to the woman but her own remorse is isworse isworse Isworse
worse than aw punishment JUul hment that could bo boindicted boInalcted hoinflicted
indicted upon her herThe herT herThe
The T children Mary and Charley nlr nine nlreweekold nineweekold e eweekold
weekold twins were wer found by b the moth mother mother mothor ¬
er dead de d when she awoke Il weke this morning moningcold A Acold Acoki
cold little body rested re t on each side of her herIn he heIII herIn
In some way during the night the mother motherIs
Is supposed to have bav roiled on both chil children cliiitiren hlt hltdreA ¬
dren dreA crushing out their lives or to have havedrawn havedraw havedrawn
drawn the bed clothes over their heads headspreventing headgpreventing headsprevuntleg
preventing them from breathing breathingWhan bre8tblngWhon breathingWhen
When the awful truth broke upon her herMrs herIrs herMrs
Mrs Irs McElroy became frantic and doc doctors doctors doetorn ¬
tors have been In attendance upon her herever herever herever
ever since sinceTHAW IrihCTHAW sinceTHAW
THAW MAY PLEAD INSANITY INSANITYBelieved mSANITYc flSANITYBelieved
Believed c lee1 Ills HI Counsel Will Shortly ShortlyAftk ShortlyAek
Aftk 1 for 01 Lunacy Commission ComminKionNew CommllClonNew CommissionNow
New York Oct M UThe The district attor attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
neys office this morning came into pos possession posses possession ¬
session ses of o evidence which leads to the thebelief thebe1ler thebelief
belief that counsel for Harry K K Thaw Thawwill Thawwill Thawwill
will move m ve before the Supreme Court in a afew Itfew afew
few days for the appointment of a com ootrimittee committee contmlttee
mittee to examine into his sanity sanityThis sanityThis sanityThis
This was the first intimation that Clif Clifford CUfford CII I Iford ¬
ford W r Hartrldge who was chosen as aschief aschief aschief
chief counsel by Thaw when he dismissed dismissedBlack dismissedBlAck dismissedBlack
Black Olcott Gruber Bonynge had hadadopted hadadopted hadadopted
adopted the course of the dismissed law lawyers Iawyers lawyers ¬
yers yersIt yersIt yersIt
It was lso learned that the district districtattorneys distrIct8ttoneys districtattosneys
attorneys office which was at first in inclined Inclined Indined ¬
clined dined Jo tO yield to former judgo William WilliamM
M K BlIOtt Qott ott when he wished to make makeInsanity makrhSfnlty makehteastlty
Insanity the th defense defense gill 1I1 now oppose the themotion tltemotion th0motI
motion motI for the appointment nppo tment of a com commission commission cornnitselon ¬
mission in lunacy lunacyBaltimore InnacjBnlt1more lunacylinitiniore
Baltimore 1c Ohio Splendid Service ServiceWct ServIceVClt ServiceWeflt
Wct WctThrough WefltThlcough VCltTI
Through TI Thlcough Ug11 trains and only one night out outM outChIgo outtO
M tO > Chieago and St Louis Through ser servI4e serWe sorvIda
Ida n4 aag ac qukk time to Cincinnati Qolum Qolumand Qol11mand toIumand
and Cleveland and all points west V 8t
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7
EXCEEDS CONTRACT SPEED SPEEDMinncNofa SPEEDlIunelllon SPEEDMinnesota
MinncNofa In Preliminary Trials TrlaltComes TrialsCoiiics rrJnlrtCome
Comes Up Vu tn Itxpcctntlnn ItxpcctntlnnRocktend ItIllcctntfonllRockland l5xpcc1atiousIlockland
Rocktend Me Oct 3Tbe Tbe new United UnitedStates UDMiedStaw UnitedStates
States battleship Minnesota limta which was waaput wuput wasput
put through her standardization trials trialsever ttlalsever Is Ist
ever the t bf measured mile off this lb port to today to toKY today ¬
day averaged h hi her five e best run nIu runs MW MWknot 11 11kDoc l lknots
knot an hour on an n average number of ofrevolutions otr ofrcolutkma
revolutions r ullon of 12XU per minute ut Her Hermaximum lIftmoxtmum Hermaximum
maximum number of revolutions was wasm94 wuS was12t4
m94 S per minute and ncI her fastest l mite Ie was wasat WIllIat wasat
at the speed ed of IMt 1t knot per hour hourThe hourThe hourThe
The ship is I of 1 the tit Connecticut type typewith t twttb typewith
with contract speed > of r IS 1 knots per hour hourand 1MMIrand hourand
and General Manager W A Post of the theNewport tileN theNewport
Newport N > port News Shipbuilding and Dry DryDock DoDO DryDock
Dock DO < k Company who superintended the thetrials thetrials I
trials was delighted with the t ships lp show IIbowInS showing snow snowIng
Ing Capt apt W V G Melvin acted as navi navigating na navigating ¬
gating officer o lcpr Rear Admiral J N Hemn Hemnhlll HeMp ilemplull I I1111I
hlll was chairman of the trial board and andCapt awlCapt I
Capt John B Hubbard who wit com command coinmand ¬ i imllnd
mand the ship was an Interested la wit witness witseas ¬ I
ness nessThe I ITtw
seasThe The snip Mi covered the course fourteen fourteentimes fourteentImes I ItlnteII
times five times at high speed twice at atmedium atJnedhnn atiedluist
medium speed 1I s and seven times at moder moderate 1IMMItrate moderate ¬
ate speed The high speed trials tria were weremade wenmadf weresnide
made with forced draught and selected selectedcoal IleI selectedcoal t
coal coalShe coalShe 1
1Sht
She will be put to further teats tomor tomorCOSSACKS tomerrow tomoerow
row rowCOSSACKS rowCOSSACKS
COSSACKS RESCUE GOVERNORAttacked GOVERNOR GOVERNORiAttaoked GOVERNORAttaokecl
Attacked by Infuriated Peasants in inRiot inRiot inRiot
Riot at Land Allotment AllotmentHOIINR AllotmentHOIIc Allotmentlions
lions He Occupied Attacked Until UntilCoftck UntilCoesacks
1 Connackn Af After < er Ie JCIerutc iierate Con Coniliot Cnolot Confilet
filet Saved Him Himanlllnnltlc HimanlllnnltlcI JlimCnsuniticiPaLrhurg Cnnnl < ica icahaui
I P PaLrhurg Oct 4re LRer 1Pu 1Puato ht1ag ht1aghaa
haui oacurt oseurred d at ato TteUrmoftav katetlnetav V capital of ofU oftiae e ethe
the U e dapartment 4 rt ItIDeIIt t of that name e enerUa asmen 2S mflea mfleanorth
north n rth of Odessa The governor emor of the thepltl de department dopartmant ¬
partment pltl IIHftL irtrrrowhjr rowtr largpnil pect eagr rajgurf at the theha tilew theot
ha w la t7 ot trtti t t1 rafurhUed fath1 pMuphtry mk 7 ty and andmany aMmany andmany
many were we killed hy the Coaaacks CacUmohfd sum summoned summoned ¬
moned to dlccfjttM dl the peasants peasantsThe peomatsThe nt ntThe
The revolt it f tile peanuts attended the thepubHc theIUbIIc thepublic
public tend itinis ayjiujiuui In the course of ofthe orUK ofthe
the dteirfbtrrtosji 1II dIdtr1bvI ftte e pfoeaats became en enraged fanI inraged ¬
raged nI at the t oWtiiili dais and attacked them themThe themgIOWI1IOr themrhe
The governor wS liS present t and attempted attemptedto
to restore order but the peasants peQa UI wildly wfMtyana dbra wildlysnPefi
ana a snPefi red M tufaed hrf on him The Th governor governorwas FVelft8r1tS
was 1tS surrounded by I y hiS staff who refilled refilledthe reflel1 reflel1thE
the first Ofismught and succeeded In plac placing JIacInK plac11w ¬
InK the governor in a building where he heI heNte hewag
I was safe from the assaults 1dts of the mob mobThe mobThe mobThe
The peasants defied the governor IOVflOOrmudf and andmid aiidmnde
mid mudf repeated attacks upon the bufMUns bufMUnsIn bufkllncIn
In which be was secreted tCl His attend attendants attf1lflante attendants ¬
ants fired many MOb at the enraged f1I mob moband 1IKbalMI inchawl
and a number of peasant were wounded woundedWord woundedWord OU Chod ChodWord
Word was sent to the Cooaack barrack barracksand barrackami k kaDd
aDd several companies were dispatched dispatchedposthaste d1spatehedpoRhaste dispatchedp4mthaste
posthaste to the scone When they the ar arrived arrived arilved ¬
rived rived they tM charged the peasants ts and aD4tlM in inthe Inthe
the conflict which ensued many manyktUed were werekilled werekilled
killed and It nd wounded on both skies The Thepeasants Tbepeaanls Thepeasants
peasants need farm Implements with withdeadly wttltdM4lly withdeadly
deadly effect for or a time tlm but the scidiers scidierseventually iIGWIerseefttualty nchllerseveitually
eventually completely dispersed them themMR tltemMR themMR
MR MOODY WILL ACCEPT ACCEPTNo
No Trouble Kxpcctcd in Securing SCcndnJIII SecuringIlls SecuringIIlN
Ills III Confirmation COlfirmntloll 1 It by > y the Senate SenateAttorney SenateAttorftt SenateAttorney
Attorney Attorftt > y General William H Moody Moodywho Mood Moodwho Moodywho
who has been l n tendered t rfd the t place oa the thel theSuprtme theSupreme
l Supreme Court left vacant by the retire retirement re reRaMt retiremeat ¬
meat of Associate Justice Henry B BBrown BBrown BBrown
Brown is willing to accept acee the th proffer profferalthough proIeralthough profferalthough
although he had made arrangements arraDS u to toresume tortS1lme toresume
resume the practice of law In Xaatachu XaatachuI MMfllchllfttt ManeachuscUit
I setts upon leaving the Cabinet at the thelnnDg be beginning beginning
ginning of the new year Official an announcement aftO sitnouncement ¬
nouncement ftO fmtmt of the Prf Presidents tdftnt determina determination dttenntaaUoh detorminatioti ¬
tion to appoint Mr Moody has been de deferred de deCtrred doerred ¬
erred until it can be ascertained rtatned whether whetherhis whelherhis whetherIda
his selection I eetfot will 111 meet tM with the approval approvalof
of members of the Senate Committee COlRmltt on onJudiciary OftJHIlclary ONJtidklrr
Judiciary and IIn other otla Senators Sf Mtors but there thereis thereIt thereIs
is a general feeling In administration cir circles ckelfS clvdoe ¬
cles doe that no difficulty will be encountered encounteredon enCOQnt fttI
on that score scoreIt scurfIt scoreIt
It was suggested 3ug e tttl that Senator Baifoy Baifoyof B BidFof t r rof
of Texas and Senator Tltunan of South SouthCarolina SotItbCarolinA SoitthCarolina
Carolina might oppose Mr Moodys noiitl noiitlnaUon BOIiNlIaUon noaduatlon
naUon on the ground that he was a party partyto HUtto partyto
to the negotiation for Democratic sup support support p pport ¬
port of th the railway rate Mil bill arranged arrangedby
by former Senator S nalor William E Chandler Chandlerof Chndl r rof
of New Hampshire Hamp hlrf Mr Bailey and Mr MrTlHman MrTm MrTlilmn
TlHman Tm n are said Id te be MS angry angr with ith Mr MrMoody MriOiidy MrMeetly
Moody over the failure of these negotia negotiations negotiations negotiatlons ¬
tions as they are with President PrMfd t Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Reeseveil ¬
veil velt and they the might try te prevent Mr MrMoody MrMoOdy Ir IrMOOdy
Moody from becoming a member of the theSupreme tileSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court CourtHowever CourtHowever CourtHowever
However it Is taken for or granted here herethat heretbat herethat
that Mr Moody will be nominated nominatedMr II01Id1aateclr nominatedMr
Mr r Moody oody saw the President three threetimes threetlmC threetlrne
times yesterday He declined to talk about abouthis outhis houthis
his prospective rC UVl appointment It was said saidat laWat saidat
at tilt White House M that there tb re would be beno ben beno
no n statement on the subject subjectBANK su subjectBANK t tBANK
BANK ROBBERS GET LITTLE LITTLESix
Six Men Make Ilnlil on Institution Institutionin
in Indiana h Unnn Village VillageGoehen VIUngeQ VillageGothen
Goehen Q Ind Oct SI tSLx Six men raided raidedthe Jltldethe raidedthe
the village of Shipshewana at t 131 oclock oclockthis ocleekthis oclockthis
this morning and dynamited the vault in inthe Inthe inthe
the Shipshewana Bank BankThree BankTlree BankTlree
Tlree of the robbers remained remainedguard on onguard ottguard
guard while the other three men teenthe blew blewthe Wewthe
the vault an It door They got only Oftl a aamount small smallamount smallamount
amount of money because the safe fe ht htwhich titwhich hiwhich
which the bank b k funds fIuI were kept with withstood withstood ¬
stood 001 nitroglycerine nitroglycerineThe nltrol erl e eThe
The robbers escaped e ed oa a handear to toward toward toward ¬
ward this city cityYonr cityYour cityYour
Your Money will be Safe Safeand SafcRltd Safeand
and you will receive Interest Jfttereet at susie sftitrtime mtime susietime
time If deposited in banking bankln dept e eUnion or orUnion ofUnion
Union Trust Co 1414 F st Itw Itwn1ItI awBaltiniore w wBaltimore
Baltimore n1ItI nore Ohio Splendid Service ServiceEast SerdeeI ServiceEast
East EastHourly EnstHourly EastHourly
I
Hourly trains to Baltimore Balt1m re aUd bd fvry fvryother Pt3other my myother
other hour on the edd hour hour te Philadel Philadelphia P PPtllsdelphia it1adel it1adelphla ¬
phia and New York Ferns t U Liberty Libertyand Libertyand Libertya
and a d 23d sts The Th Royal Blue Line is fa famous famOus a amOut ¬
mous for comfort comor and speed SJe9dt
t
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FOUR DAYS IN I WATER WATERSiuvivor WATERSlllvi WATERStuvivor
Siuvivor Slllvi 01 of Wreck reck Clings toPlank to toPlank toPiaiik
Plank for J 108 08 Hours HoursSEES HoursSEES lloiisSEES
SEES OTHERS PERISH PERISH IN SEA SEATltoinnN SEAThomn SEAThomas
Thomas Hoeii of the tit Schooner Bar Bnrrctt Barrett liarreti
rctt llrnujrhl lo New York and lIe IlcIntcn lIeIntc liemien
mien Intc Drnninilc Story of Vcn Vessels Vesselsleslructioit Veel VeelJepltructlonln cl clDcnirnctioit
Dcnirnctioit Jepltructlonln in lIurrlcaneUcfuJc lIurrlcaneUcfuJcto i1urricnueltefust i1urricnueltefustto Hnrrlcntie Ilcftisq Ilcftisqt
I IXew
t to Leave Waterlogged II terloJrcd SIiIp SIiIpNew SlIipNew
New York Oct 24 4Thonias Tboma hock Hocharrived Hoe Hoeanift41 hockarrived
arrived here today on 0 the steamship st CTtet C CF
F Ttetgen Ttet from Copenhagen Copttl lagll where he hewas hewu hewas
was carried by y the steamship P Texas Texaswhich TexaswIdch Texaswhich
which picked him hi up oft the coast of ofMerth ofJfttrtb ofXOyth
Merth Carolina on September Se M 11 He de declared tie tieclued Hedared
clued that tlaatbe he had been In the water watercttngmg watercID watercngbig
cttngmg cID te a pkmk for t 1M boors before beforesuccor betCK1unor beforesuccor
succor came Hock was sent here by th thUnited the thernlt theUnited
United rnlt Slates sea eoneoi eoneoiHe eo1He onumLHe
He was a member of the crew of the thethreemasted thethNellUUlt thetheaemast4
threemasted schooner Oliver S S Barrett Barrettvbich BarrettbIcII BarrettwIdeh
vbich bIcII turned turtle In a a gate off the QUo CaroIhM QUoIbIa Carehits
hits coast on September 14 while bound boundfrom boHadtrcm boundteem
from Port Royal S S C for New York Yorkwith Y Yorkwith 9rk 9rkwit
with wit a cargo of C rambar Hock believes beHeresthat beHnestI4 believesthat
that the rest of the schooners crew of ofseven oCeewa ofmviii
seven men were drowned drownedThe drownedThe lOwae4The
The Barrett left Port Royal on Sop September SoptftBWr Soptember ¬
tember H Oae day out a a gale areee and andcon and8ICOD andneon
neon con the wind was Mowing at hurri hurricane kureane hurilcan ¬
cane can force f The foremast rN t went ent over overhoard overrd overboard
hoard rd carrying with 1t the main top topmaaV topc topmMt
maaV mMt Me tetnr the mtzaenmast JDUt was wasccBjted wasmapped 1 1a
mapped a short t off at the deck The schoon schooner ¬
er ft t ta the trough of the sea and andturned andturnedturtle turned turnedturtle t1lrnc4turtltt
turtle turtlttAn
All Cllnp C1In = to Wrccknsc WrccknscAt reckIHIIC reckIHIICAt
At the tbe1lme time aM of the the crew except exceptthe exeoptthe exceptthe
the eaptaiM lsalss said md cook k were oh deek ct k Tfr Tfrwere TIpY TIpYeN T1ywry
were wry eN GUI caught t A1I i iitl 3 wagft AWl with th t tvttssel te teI Lhevmel
vttssel I when ea she sank The TIMn ethers gwxm gwxmarottttd SItu SItuafMlld swaniaround
arottttd and got hold of f pieces of timber timberthat timbertilat timberthat
that bad comprised CIOfII the schooners deck decktoad deck1oIMI deckload
toad But the ama were high and soon soonall 800naU neonalt
all the t e men were fte washed front the tim timbers timhen timborn ¬
hen and went down cIolltLJ1 all but one negro negrowho negrowbu negrowho
who managed Sed to bold on for some time timelocger timeoc8 timelonger
longer oc8 r but finally released re his hold and anddrowsed anddPOWIId anddrowsed
drowsed rather than further < suffer the thepains thepalfttl thepains
pains of hunger buaS and thirst thirstHoeh thirstHecli thirstioeh
Hoeh ioeh said lei today that je me would not for forget fort forgt ¬
get t to the last day 7 he h lived the boors bo rs of oftorture oftorture oftorture
torture he endured clinging g to the tim timber thwbH timbee ¬
bee for four day dalll without sleep or sus sustenance SW811tg ntistenancestrnhilag ¬
tenance tenancestrnhilag straining 11tg Isle eyes for passage passageof L8eof passageof
of vessels v believing hft that thatCIItCh each momet mometwould momentwould moment momentwould
would be bin Mst MstH lastIte msLHe
He H was prostrated MQ for several days daysafter daysafter daysalter
after he got t on the Texas Te Today he heshowed heIIhowed heshowed
showed but little trace of Jab terrible terriblewatch terrlblwatch terriblewatch
watch watchClin
Cling Clin to AVnterlofCKed Ship ShipSomewhere ShipSo ShipSomewhere
Somewhere So far out In the Atlantic off offthe oft1M offthe
the Florida coast t half a dozen men menperched mell1HIChetl menperched
perched on the roof of the afterboose afterbooseof
of the waterlogged water ed British Brt schooner schoonerSirocco ch schoonerSirocco oner onerSIr
Sirocco SIr eo are re struggling stna Hac against t wind and andsee KJtdea andsee
see to reach a Cuban port with their theiralmost theirheljMeM theirahhoat
almost helpless helm charge chargeTh ehargTIt chargeThe
Th The plight t of the men is due In part partto partto partto
to the heroic devotion of their captain captainwho captainbo captainwho
who bo when wb hei hells was at hand chose to tofare tofte tofeie
fare death rather than abandon his It ship shipaif shipat shIpan
aif at her cargo of lumber He declined declinedan ecllnedan
an offer O tor of assistance from the steamer steamerPariroa w1IM1PsrbM steamerPurina
Purina which ran down to him lust lustSunday JtcStSunday hitSunday
Sunday when she was wallowing ia the thefreafi titemt thesins
sins IM ratios mt east of Florida FloridaThe Florida1he FlorkInThe
The captain asked only that he be begiven beVltt begiven
given Vltt supplies to replace those which whichwere whtchwft whichwere
were reined when hen his ship Ailed with withwater V1lhwatfr withwater
water When ben this request was granted grantedthe Sran Sranthe grantedthe
the captain and isis It crew settled flown flownIn tlownIn downin
In their precarious quarters on the roof roofof roofof roofof
of the afterhouse n houe and announced their theirdetermination theirtfnninaU6n theirdetenuhiatloit
determination to sAil the Sirocco to toCuba toCuM toCuba
Cuba CubaSUN CuMSUN CubaSUN
SUN TIME HELD TO BE LEGAL LEGALTcxnh LEGALcxnk LEGALlcxnk
Tcxnh cxnk Supreme Court Ilcclclc IJeehIeJIIAJnlnlt heclilesAgainst IlcclclcAnnlnst
Against Standard Time TimeAustin IhueAn TimeAitstln
Austin Tex Te Oct 24The 2t The State Su Supreme SuCourt Snpromo ¬
promo Court today rendered a decision decisionthat decisionthat decisionthat
that solar time antI not railroad or orstandard orstaJldard ornta3tdartl
standard time must govern in all legal legalproceedings Je legaloceedings l l1Jioccedlngs
proceedings proceedingsThe 1JioccedlngsTM oceedingsThe
The case was that of the Texas Tram Tramand Tramand Tramand
and Lumber Company Coni sny which applied to tothe tothe tothe
the Supreme Court for a writ of manda mandajnns mandftJ111I mandauus
jnns uus against L L B Higfctower HJglat et judge of ofthe orthe ofthe
the District Di trtet Court at Beaumont nJ IORt to com compel CIOlnpel coatpet ¬
pel him to render a Judgment upon pon k t ver verdict verdict verdiet ¬
dict in Us favor favorThe favorThe favorThe
The jury brought in a verdict vet lct In I the thecompanys thcoompanys therominy
companys s favor three minutes mm past mid midnight mldJdght midnight ¬
night as measured by standard time or orfifteen oratteelt orfifteca
fifteen minutes before ore midnight ml4 lght solar solartime solartime lllr lllrdllle
time The trial judge held that Uta t the term termof tcnuof termof
of court expired e plre at midnight standard standardtime statdardtime standardtime
time and he refused refu to enter judgment judgmentTh judgmentThe t tTIM
TIM Th Supreme Court today granted the theinjunction lheInjuoetlon theInjunction
injunction on the ground that solar solartime BOlartime nelartime
time governs the courts courtsCONGRESSMAN courtsCONGRESSMAN courtsCONGRESSMAN
CONGRESSMAN HOAR HOAR DYING DYINGj DYTIiGPrnetlenU DYINGrrneiicnlly
j Practically PrnetlenU All Hope for Recovery RecoveryGiven RccoeryGiven RecoveryGiven
Given Up liy II Ills Physician PhysicianWorcester PJiYIIJeinmWorcester PlysIeiansWorcester
Worcester Mass Oct 24 24PractIcally 24PractIcallyall tPractIcallt tPractIcalltall Practically Practicallynil
all hope for th tb ultimate recovery of ofCongressman ofCOIttTe68man ofCoegresaman
Congressman Rockwwd Hoar who lisa liasbeen Isheea lisabeen
been fll at his home home here e for some time timehas time timebeen timehas
has been abandoned abandonedThe abandonedThe abandonedThe
The Congressman is vapidly growing growlnsweaker growlhweaker growingweaker
weaker aDd his friends have been warned warnedto vRntodto warnedto
to prepare for the th worst worstInterst worstz
2 Interest with safety i jlt better betterthan bcttcrthan betterthan
than a higher rate with risk Deposit Deposityour Depos1t70ur Deposityour
your surplus funds in banking bankln dept of ofUnion otUnion ofUnion
Union Trust Co f 1414 F st st nw nwIS2
1825 IS2 io o California CaliforniaVia CnJlfornlrIa CaliforniaVia
Via Ia WashingtonSunset WasfttR nSUnsQt Route Person Personally Pe Personally on onany ¬
ally conducted ceuduetdd excursion curslon sleeping cars carswithout
I without ehangfe ebsng Borth S 389 O A J 1 Pos Poston Poal P0gton
l ton Gen Agt A t SU 11 Pa ave 7 7t 3 I3tb stnw tnw
iOO000OFFICE 100000 OFFICE ISSEEKIW IS ISisli ISSEEKING
SEEKING THE THEJis1i MAN MANjsh
Jis1i isli and aii Harrimau Hall 1nall Settle SettleTheir settleTheir ettle ettlei
i Their Long Fight FightFOR Figllt1f FightWMT
1f WMT T HEAD FOR i I IP1CSilellt r rPresident CPrcsident
President of the Road Willing Willingto Yillin Wi1iinto Yillinto
to Step Down and Out OutWill Outi1l
Will 111 Receive 10OOOOOO for Conccft Conccftxlon ConceIon Concession
xlon Ion Onethird of It in Cash the theRemainder theUcnmlndr theReninindor
Remainder in Stock tocl Harriman HarrlmnnGnliiN IlarrlmnnnluK HarrimanGains
Gains nluK Xo 0 Immediate Advantage Advantagel dantaJ f fImt
l but ut Expects UltimAtely to o Get let Ab Abnolute Aboluie Absolute
solute Control of thc Bond RondChicago HondCbica BondChicago
Chicago Cbica OcL ZL5 H If Ha IIaninltn > rrjnin vi viStuyveaaat idStuyvesant tI tIStuTVMaat
Stuyveaaat Ph PtIIII hvve hee praetieaJr s pHIf pHIfthetr > t i > d dtheir 4their
their long fight for WClllltrei eoatroi oftlrr c tit TTlir TTlirCentral TTlj hl f ltS ltSCentral laCentral
Central Rattroad RattroadFbh RallreadJPSh RllrdPub
Pub is to quit the presWenfy prf klfnfy IT bit it to tosuccessor 11BUreetJO Issuncesuor
successor most be a man af ur urpts jtiM h to tohim t tw F Fbite
him aa weM as to Hnrriman HnrrimanIn
In return for r thi < o onceBsion < HiTrinn HiTrinnto
to I t to pay him JiMWoni lSf tIonethtrt oiiethirrt thit in PIli PIliaad h hand Iisad
and twothirds twothtr m Ita t tKk > ok f th thf ioa I t tfile < s sThe
The agreement rrstv rft on rumor rumnT7 i F I Itrue jtrue 1true
true but rumor from Moh onr r < r1 i j tt ttthe t tthe tthe
the fact act ef a settn etUnwlat nt may 1 It > vr tf1 tf1YirtuaJty tss4vIrttfly t tvirtually
virtually as a positive itI n fact factThe feLThe factThe
The compact hue V tn > n put in it itbut WTH WTHbut II IIbut
but wNl not be tiigrud tj lId antil a am m mr r s stis stisfactoryte t tfactory s sfiictory
factory factoryte te both Fish ti h and Hirrini Harrim1 Ac Accepts ICCfJK8 tccepta ¬
cepts the presidency presidencyThe prusidonryThe nn nnThe
The place has be been n offers Itrfr tr t vice vicePresident VicePresident lc lcPresident
President George G J < inuiunrr rbr ramer IIf f t tl fl N Nw NwYork w wYork WYerk
York Centml lines HIt He has n > v ignl ignllOll ignttit gt i iff
ff lOll < Ml whether or es not he li wfH tak take it itMr itMr jfMr
Mr Grammar i > < 4 amst nered 1rt rni t on r M > f th thablest thWwttra the thebeat
ablest Wwttra tragic Jlc men n m i the covntrv cgti nln itt r v nd 1d is isnot i it inet
not t a tool of WaJI street This Thi m mites mkpaeee mitesblot kf kfMm
Mm acceptable aeee te PML He i ill rt > grod grodmUroad it itndIroIuI e erailroad
railroad man that he sells tit Mr Jlirri Jlirrimajt JhrriMalt JItrrirho
Malt majtThe
MaltTJMo
The saiary oKrr oICf offertl > rtl1 > A him is said to t be beJWOOOI belKflO
lKflO JWOOOI 001 yearly Whoivr Vhot r a anfpts rfpts tit tho ii posf posftion I Itlon tea teathin
thin will probably r rfjc v ive this sum sumThe sumPlie urn urnrile
The FtsbHrrimiin warfun ha h < heen heenlongdrawn > rffn rffnl en enlongdrawn
longdrawn l out and the periodical en engagements ii iigageinents n nga ¬
gagements ga l l8 between betY n thi th rival fore foreconstituted s have haveconstituted hra hraCOI18Utut
constituted COI18Utut many scnations < nations in raiiroai raiiroailand raiTTOitiand ri1rni1and
land and nnanckl ft 1a1 elixirs Pish has oJ rtnjl trulhd TtTlda trulhdII d da
a majority of the stock tcd in the Illinois IllinoisCentral TlTino UInoisCentral s sCentral
Central bat Harriman has 1 cmtNl1 ontr JntrIic1 < > IU < I th thRailway thRaJJway tImHallway
Railway Securities Company ompany a g holding holdingorganization holdingOIsaabadoa 3 IdIng IdIngorgamdzaloa
organization of f voting ting trust whiJt < whi hid < h car carrie eatties t trtes
rie ties with It the balati bal balatie ln < of pow powr r at the thestockhddrs tbeIItockho14ra thestockbeldrs
stockhddrs elfctionr elfctionrThte hd kctIon kctIonThis onl onlThis
This dlvfek division > n of < If f aivaniag IH Lt so socomplicated sr srcomplicated r rCORIp
CORIp complicated cated the situation that nt t ev even eventhe pO pOthe > n nthe
the rivals themselves have Ita tvr v Hr r known knownoxactb knlOwnoxacUy knownexactly
oxactb exactly what to f fxpt > xp < t tBy tBy tBy
By the U term t teems of th thir ir agrwnnnt agl > rnnt Fish Ffasiinot Fb1Jnot Fishnot
not only quits the t presidency luit t turn turncover turnover turnever
over to Harriman bis b hi Interest IJlt st in thr th Hall Hallway RatIwa7SeruntJe 1111weySerelties ¬
way wa7SeruntJe Securities Company whil th slo stoBani stoek stoekHrri k kHarrtmm
Harrtmm Bani win give to him is i in t tIMtoiols U UIllinois
Illinois 015 Central RaIlroad d Company f cif cifAs if ifA 1fJI
A JI La SaNe il 8tr 8 t sees 1 II > Harrimar Harrimargmkw HarrfmalT Hartimatun1no
gmkw wo sasmedlate T Ite BtveifU v1llje re further furtherU turtJ1f furtherthan r rUIa
U UIa than an to secure for the presidency Pre Jdfmcy It man manmore 11I811more ma mamore
more satisfactory to him than t1isFi Ffcjh Rail Railroad tallro hailronet
road m men n and financial men take It for forgranted t1 t1artIftWd forgranted
granted however 1ao that he counts on onvmninjr Oilvlnnlng onvhmlng
vmninjr enough stockholders atockrsto to the vot voting yotlitti of ofIII ¬
ing trust t an buying but J enough stock ta th thOJMl1 thOpen <
I open market to give him absolute con control control eontrol ¬
trol trolHOPE trolHOPE trolHOPE
HOPE FOR CURRENCY REFORM REFORMDniiUcrw REFORMDnnler REFORMflniikers
DniiUcrw Committee Will 111 Cooperate Cooperatewith CooIUrntewith Cooptratewith
with Congress In Drafting Dill DillChicago unlCblcao BillChicago
Chicago IlL Oct 34 JtMeR Men t the he heat heatof aj i iof
of the movement of the flpprlrrm Bank Bankers Bttnkers thinkera ¬
ers Association A IOD for curreaxiy cu curreai wtorm arc arcmore ifr ifrlIIOCe armore
more sanguine b1Itre now than nt aer time timeherotofore tlmpberotolore timehorotufore
herotofore of a succeaarul coiBpaiiiiimtlon coiBpaiiiiimtlonof conist1on conist1onof I Uon Uonof
of their efforts effortsMr ftortsMr effortsMr
Mr Reynolds of the Continent Na National 1adona NationsI ¬
tional Banfef Bt wo who aa chairman of O riecu riecutire xecu xecutive UCIltlve
tire coumltt COlI fe I6worJtllag I working to select thi thicommittee thcOIBmlttee tbcommItte
committee ooMglder iys Way and mean meansays meanSll7S <
says Sll7S it is lilJtJ t tA iattiOtJon tJon of th U8 U8elation ISSLelation s selation <
elation to TW try to force a complete plan planon planon planon
on Congrese CongreseWe CorbI CorbIe CongromVp
We Vp e realize rttL1be said ld Mr Reynolds Ht that thttwe thatwe ha t twe
we canne can get aM we desir deal irp re at a t this t h 1 tint tlmPersonalty 1Inl 1InlPfnOaaIIJr tintPersona
Personalty Persona I want ta see am tnhrHlltent tnhrHlltentto a ru ndnient ndnientto rI t ion tr trto
to the at aet1t s < in 1 law rather than t han a com complete romplete cornplete ¬
plete revMoiu rev The committ t to < > hi h ap appoi appointed p ppointMl
pointed poi 1 Witt wIlbav ea itttv the power of 1 indorsing indorsingany jndrsmnn itdrsri itdrsriany
any nn plan that the Semite or the > Housr Housrmay Hou Houmay Ilousmay
may work out TMk T means nmea us that i h t tbour tbouroro < boui boui90CQ
90CQ oro bankers wilt hook whatever > r i Hp t P com committee COtl1mlttee coinmlttee ¬
mlttee approves I know that t Ita t FresMkHf FresMkHfRoosevelt Prhidf FrtsttkniRoosevelt > Jt JtRoosovtlt
Roosevelt favors hJghrialion islathon on n t f1t > > sub sulJect subject nutjeet >
Ject JectOur
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House and Senate S aIMI aa give 8iv such < U h a hit Jvicae Iv It ItIs
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b be worked ow Several years y aajn bank bankers honkera k ken ¬
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London Oct 2t 4JUotow Bfotow scenes wet wen1witttreeefl werwlUtliti6al wetwlthomed
witttreeefl today at the arraignmrrit a ttt of ofthe orthe f fthe
the wemfw W IlWlK solfmeiatM arrested v iat I strday strdayfor trda trdafor rday rdayfor
for creating a disturbance in th tlw lobby I Ithe 1 1the f fthe
the House of Commons Commons Outside Out sick the thrcourt lhfcourt theCourt
court room there was a veritable prilltbl pitched pitchedbattle Ji pitclwiIbattle h11 h11HitUe
battle between the sntfrngists and th thpoUce thpoKeE tbpollee
poUce Fifty oftcers called on t pecb1 speviilduty pecb pecbduty pecb1dut
duty dut to guard the courts could ould not pre preserve pr prSMft prserve ¬
serve any semblance em lRn < p of order orderTrouble orderTrouble orderTrouble
Trouble began when the eight prisoners prisonerswere 1 primoerwet tisonr tisonrwen
were wet arraigned arraJg They y refused to t ttify ft ftury Ic Ictlfy =
tify in court court saying SttJi they did not m rpogniz rpognizUte rcogulzthe ogniz ognizUie
Ute jurisdiction of a male court where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they had INtdno no voice v AH were Wl re bound over overa ovtrt
t a the sum of 25 5 to keep the peace for forsix forsix fnrsix
six months monUas but the tbedetnataed determined women womendeclined womtndecnned womendeclined
declined to give bonds saying they pre preferred prterred peeerred ¬
erred to go to JaiL JaiLOutside jaiLOut jaiLOutside
Outside lde the co eourt courtmee rt > oo e fully MM per persons perSons t tsons ¬
sons had collected to see Me what t would wouldhappen woulelhappen wouldhappen
happen to the suffrngtets ts One Os w woman wemal1started womanstartoti mau maustarted
started to harangue this crowd crow from th thsteps the thpsteps thesteps
steps of the courthouse By tUg tld tint thiithe tintthe thuthe
the policemen were pretty well atone i iAnd 1and I Iand
and the petticoat orator was thrown thrownbodily thrownbodh throwitbodily
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Missouri died today in Bellevue B l1euf Hos Hospital HospitaL IEeepttai ¬
pital Cm Herbert who was seventvflvo seventvflvoyears ittvfntIIyeftr aeventyOve7001s >
years old hits lived m this city for three threeyears tlt tltyoars theeyears
years nod ud ba hg been cared for moat of ofthe ofthe nfthe
the time by members of the Mystic MysticShrine M7tlcShrine MysticShrine
Shrine Cot Herbert H rbert was a high degree dtgreeMason dt dtJkson degreeMason
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