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NO > 19 WASHINGTON D C FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 1906 1906TWELVE TWELVE PAGES ONE O E TT CENT
GAINS GAJi BY HEARST HEARSTALARM
ALARM OPPONENTS OPPOETSRoDIlblicails
Republicans Confess Si Sition Situ SitutiQJl Sitiia Sitiiatioii
tion More Doubtful DoubtfulSE DoubtfulIJAJ30R DoubtfuLe DoubtfuLLAB9a
e
LA3B LA3BBig IJAJ30R LAB9a OUT OUTFOI FOR SE IIEAIST IIEAISTBig RST RST
Big Ovation Given Democratic DemocraticLeader DmnoclaticLeiulcr ThiiiocratieLeader
Leader by Unionists UnionistsSix
Six h Tickets lJ1jclCII Will 111 Be ou on the Oflicinl OflicinlBallot Ofticiu1DnllotJusticc OfliciztllJnlJotJustlec
Ballot DnllotJusticc Justicc Kelly I clIy Decides Xo XoPaaa SoalSs No1a
Paaa 1a alSs Bakers Aniuc nnu Most lu3t Stay Stn on onthe onthe ontIie
the Independence Icagrnc Ticket Ticketfor TIeLietfur TIcIetfot
for Gongrcss Hearst Roundly RoundlyScore RoundlScorc flouuellSeor
Score Seor Speaker Spenl cr Cannon CannonNew CannonNfl CannonNw
New Nfl York YS OcL SIn In spile plle of the thecheerful ueh theeheertul
cheerful h rtut statement that are bains btIIa JAde JAde1Y edeby ade adebr
br the t be Republican mII8S managers there tIIOr 0 te no nodoubt JWdoubt fl fltl
doubt tl ubt that t at wino me i6f ot C the reports tliat t they theyliave t theyIiav
liave 13 Iiav w been receiving neeR from tre the factory factorytowns factoqtOWI1S fActOi71owis
towns and manufacturing manu Lcturtuc centers up VPtat th thState the thetat
State tat ore far from reassuring The aetwal aetwalnature actInatUf aetIiatur
nature of these reports Is not made pub public PUIik imbk ¬
lic k but it is 1 known that th t canvaM ef efmany oCmalty eCnIny
many sbope and factories tActort show that thLtrdsIng a asurprising l1rpr1slng
surprising trdsIng number Jlur of workregmen who whovoted whooted WhOvoted
voted oted for MeKInley eIanlcy and Roosevelt are arenow tare110W re reflow
now for Hearst HearstIn HearstIn HearstI
I In the th case ase of one immense mmeUsc plant where wherenearly wbereJ1eoarly WhTtneaiiy
nearly lo uoe 1 8 hand are areem areemPO7e employed the report reportisand repOrtisand reportIsand
isand the th eJHdals themsehres t make mak it itthat Ithat Itthat
that hat the perceatae 1f1eDt of the men who 110 ae aegotag UeJtt a agutug
gotag Jtt hIg to vote ote ot fer Hughes is too toon small to mhI teF
1 hI F > mentioned mentionedTho JuntlonecJTIM rnntone4Ttw
TIM tX8Ct < > xaot aet mnnber who announced their thenintention theirinteatlon theirlflteIItIlfl
intention to 0 vole vflt the RepubHea eaa ticket is 1 11N is17c
176 Yt m hi 1SW IA 1 a large e majority of the thevoters t tyotfrs thevoters
voters among EnOfl these men favored ROOM Rooseelt ROOMIt Booseelt
elt It and the result was that the county countyin
in which the plant 1t Is situated 8i tuated returned returnedth 1eturnedthp
th thp largest test eSt RemiWIcwi ean plurality p urallty In Us Usl its itstlJtMY ftSttsteTy
l tlJtMY tlJtMYR ttsteTyRpubIIvau lKt ry ryRepnbHcun
RepnbHcun R nqbUcun 3Innnccrft Alarmed AlarmedIt
It fc i reports of thfe lb tht Wnd that are arelarniing ir irIarniIng 1 1t
t larniing the Republican ttcan managers and andspurring and2IrTlng nd ndspurring
spurring them On to redoubted efforts effortsto eltortsto efrtSto
to to straighten the situation out In the thecount tbfountis theunti
count ountis unti omMe o11t e of th the greater city It Itis Itis ItIs
is admit admhtfd trd now on all side kIa that Hearst Hearstwill Beamwill Hearstvilt
will gt tt t a i large plurality hi New York YorkBounty YorkrflUot Yorkunty
Bounty rflUot unty and if he succeed in cutting cuttinginto cutt1 cutt1into cuttingito
into tii ti Republican vote ote vp the State Statewill StateV
V 1 will stand a flits chance to win The Thesituaiiun TheitlJalion Theitui1hn
situaiiun is still tl1l favorable t to H UVheI gb s of ofoum orUttf otbut
oum Uttf > but 1 1it the drift theee days n aeems aeemsT
T 1 P bo lit h Htionger alwD r than ever er against asat him himnd himd himd
nd d tlm ti Republican are relying r b1 tersely terselyn
1111 n tfisanVctkm to offset the desertion of off o ot
t f 3Vpiibi Rfpubkl1 < an 1 workhtgmcn workhtgmcnShi wo kiugmcm kiugmcmiii ICD ICD1i1
Shi 1i1 th situation between the Indr IndrTfndYn Indr11ndI1 ladeind
TfndYn ind ii league Iofa and Tammany 1141 J h hIH 1 1ironed haSiroiied
IH U ironed oat oUt AS ChaJrmsw < nau CoD Oennrs CoD1Ir CoothI
nrs 1Ir s would put it there tH has been a anotable atabll antab1
notable tabll increase tnrp Pe in the enthusiasm tAu of oftiv oftI1 ot ottlv
tiv tI1 Igwam gwain for the th candidacy adldac7 uC f Hearst HearstIlid HearstI I Iiii4
iii4 I 14 ihor I hf here > art signs OH all aides that thatth tllatt thatth
th t h tuders 1 en wUl YTprk f1IrkW4 b br4 d for r tb tItt wiieJ wiieJiie i
iie 1 ikfl during dunft the eOt st of tto ralwaw1 ralwaw1t rdiIL rdiILh reutIeIutk
h Iutk 1 1 LuW fItAj tJd tk fi fiidt
iet idt t Ilaret IJ nt to 1 growing rowh s sve esger ewetjr ewetjrtiy veqtl ry ryti4
tiy tl ti4 < y
yMutly Many Twmocrato IH > mocra sal 1 h he > who an aniioimcod an1tuncfd an1I
iioimcod 1I LiflC4d in the > early part oC the campaign campaignthat camps campshat camiuilnhat
hat t thj tky > > y would not vole vo4efer cete for Hearst bare barelianad baxelan havehdnged
lan tbw fectftds Thef are now nowfoitdtog DOWI nowi4htg
foitdtog I i4htg OK letter iUfif1 4ters that they will Tote the thest tile1tT1t thetiaIght
1tT1t st might 1at ti tkktt Itft The reports from tl9lUtat4 up uptate p ptUe
tate are very good goodConncrjt nocJn nocJnConner goodConncr
Conner inerenn tncrennc t Kstlinalrs KstlinalrsChairman lthundr11aIru1an thnnh thnnhc
c Chairman Conner is PltHt tftl mere en entliuataiiUc ft 41itliusIajtc
tliuataiiUc t tJc than the Tammany leader He Heiud Hejlrlc1 Hek1d
iud estimated thai Hearst would carry carryr carryN curryNCW
r ter New N 1 York by b at least 1 0 Te Teluy TebJ Toki3
< luy he taereaaed that tha t estimate est mate to tond 1S LMS LMSnd 88 88nd
nd oeebured that he would w take the theHiiop thetll1up theflnnp
Hiiop for Hearst HearstOn HearstOn JeaiatOn
On the th other aWe de of the East River Riveriliere Rivert
herr t J I b bt not m much enthusiasm among amongt amongth
t th h < organisation tJon Democrats The breach
1 ft tween Senator McCarren the leader 1ea er of ofth ort
th t h he Kings County D DeIIIOC D01fl0Cr5C7 nocracy and Mr MrI It Itant
I carat < grows rGW wider every day Last night nightlr J ght ghtIr
lr Hearst hi a public meeting called calledMe canedk calledMeCarrea
Me MeCarrea k Oarren a R a corrupt corru4 uroimdrel rel McCarren McCarrenhired MeCarrentiared rCarrf > n nt
t IIaftd hired today to that he would not dignify dignifyrlir di dignifythe y ynt
the charge by h a reply replyAs replyjo replyAs
As jo an offset to the disquieting reports reportafona rrportzfrrnn reportsfrom
from wpState p te counties tOUn Senator John JohnRaines ToIntHames JohnRaiiies
Raines of Ontario rlo County one of the thepillars thepillars thepillars
pillars of the Republican organisation organisationK oriintaatIong4we
K g4we tve out an interview tnt w In which he said saidtrii saklt
trii t tl t Hear Hea Hearst t would be swamped swampedAll IIwam awampodAH cd cdAJI
All over up the State wherever whenv I have Iwvel
l 11 en rn n said aJd he you can scarcely ly put putvunr putul1r putuflC
vunr ul1r finger ftt r on an oldline Democrat De lOCntt who whois whois whos
is s not o 01 t for the whole Republican ticket ticketThis ticketThis ticketThis
This is not on the quiet and in spots but butit butit butit
it is open and everywhere Old Demo Demoratio Demoratic Demoratc
ratio workers and leaders are out work working workiu worklg ¬
ing iu for Hughes There is practically no nomocratic nok noD
D > k mocratic campaign in I the State The Theonly Theunly Thetnly
only time there is any a show of activity la laivle bwJ Isvlea
ivle wJ vlea Hearst speaks There is nothing nothingelse nothinbC1Sf nothingcliw
else to the Democratic campaign People JPeopledwn PeopleIown Peoplel
< dwn l wn here eTe do not realize the size ze of the theDemocratic thelfmocratic theIkmocratic
Democratic vote voteOdds voteOdds voteOdds
Odds on Untile Forced Down DownHetU DownHetting DorruBetting
Betting HetU on the election began in real realearnest realEarnest l lfarant
earnest on the curb today tOda and the odds oddson oddson odd oddon
on hughes If were w forced f down do from 3 12 12and 1 1tnd 1and
and r to U 1 to 2 to 1 The latter is the theprevailing theprevamng thet
t prevailing figure tonight More Iore than tb than1x1
1 100 MOO Hearst money was bet during durtA the theitftemoon Uteatlernoon theLfternoon
itftemoon to MftOM o of Hughes money moneyThere HM DeTheft moneyThere
There was more real money lItO eyput put up on the theelection tbedtCtJon theelection
election than there has been m all the time timesince timeince timeinVC
since ince the conventions conventionsThr oonv conventionsThe nUon nUonnw
The Hearst money came to Hght Iitt t in inT1111 big bbjrolls bigrTh
rolls T1111 at noon in the he hands haat of ofwho brokers brokersnho
who 110 aTf if known to handle ha accounts for forTammany forTaJlUnHtl forTaminatly
Tammany men They asked keel for f r 3 to 1 1but 11mt Ibut
but were W unable to get ft It Republican Republicanotters Repu RepublicanolTer Hcan HcanOrr
otters Orr r5 of 2 to 1 were refused ref for < about abouthalf aboutJm1C aboutia1f
half yn n hour and then the Hearst bet bettors bettoN bettnra ¬
toN Ix ltfga began gan n to take anything anydd in sight sightMoore aightoor sightMoore
Moore oor Schley a apd d Wrenn Brothers Brothershandled BrotberslandJed Brothershandled
handled the bulk of the Hughes money moneyThere moneyThere moneyThere
There was wa Hearst t money mone m sight at the theclose thelOtfe theclo
close clo lOtfe f ot > the market but several brokers brokerswith Droke Drokewith brokeruwith
with big sums on hand to bet OR Hughes Hughessaid Hughessaid Hughes4k1
said 4k1 that they believed the odds o ds would wouldiro woukgo wouldgo
go lower 011er and they the could set better betterprices betterprceg betterprce5
prices
Reasons for Change ChangeThe Cl1nngeThe ChangeThe
The ehmnpe In the betting is believed believedto
to be dm do to the War meetings air r Hearst Hearsthas Hearsthas Hearsthas
has been addressing Ilddrm here the optimistic optimisticutterances opUmlstic1ItteraDC6S optimistictteinceS
utterances r f Charles F Murphy and the thedepressing tbeepres thedepresSing
depressing epres fftf reports from upState that thatare thatare thatarO
are appearing in certain Republican Republicannewspapers Repub1Jcannewspapers RepublicaniiewspRperS
newspapers newspapersSupreme newspapersSupreme iiewspRperSSupreme
Supreme Court Justice Kelly in Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brook1tt ¬
lyn has decided decid 1 that the name of No NoPass N NPass IroIass
Pass Robert Baker must remain on the theIndependence theIndependeace theindepend0000
Independence League ticket as the candi candidate coniUdate candidate ¬
date far Congress Con In the Sixth district dtotrictand dtatrlctand districtand
and alsO that the name of Charles J JHackett THackett JHackett
Hackett must UK go on the Independents IndependentsLeague IDdepen IadependenoeLague enoe enoeLacue
League ticket as candidate for senator in inthe int inthe
the t he Sixth district Baker and Hackett are areCOXTIXCBDON areCOXTIXCBD ze zeCONTINCED
COXTIXCBDON COXTIXCBD ON THIRD PAGE PAGEdumber PGETumber AGE AGETumber
Tumber Trtist Broken BrokenVVido Drokenide BrokenWide
Wide ide Hoard t 2 Ver 100 ft ftLfbii ftLfvi ftLfkji
Lfbii Lfvi > Co fth th St t and N Y aVC
WEATHER WE WEATHER THER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaFair ColumbiaFair ColumbiaFair
Fair and slightly cooler today todaytomorrow todaytomo1row todaytomorrow
tomorrow fair fresh westerly westerlywinds westerlywinds westerlywinds
winds windsTHE windsTHE windsTHEHERALD
THE THEHERALD HERALD SUMMARY SUMMARYTBLKGRAPHIG SUMMARYfrJtLGGnAl SUMMARYrllLHCRALIIIC
TBLKGRAPHIG frJtLGGnAl rllLHCRALIIIC1DynnIte IIIC IIIC1D7
1 1D7 1DynnIte Dymnnte e Bxptarfon dew 1ev eW to FloUers FloUersVho Plett PlettVito PlettersWho
Who Vho Throaten to Blow I1IO Up 1ratR 1ratRlWORRm Ernfth iin iin1Woman
1 lWORRm Woman StngiehandttJ 1 DefoatelShv DefoatelShvvator Deloa Defoatiibvat E Evatoi
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vator vat Tm TMIIIt TMIIItlWre Trust1Wreckse t
1 lWre 1Wreckse Wreckage 1IIIce Pohife to Big Disaster at att9 atSell atSe
t9 Sell Se Se1Big 6
1 1Big Big PaHee Shakc Shakcupl Shakeup p In New York Yorktn York1Nuflber
1 1Nuflber Number Dead 5 in Kansas City Firo Not NotKnown NotKnousm
Known KnownIFour Knousm1Four
1 IFour Four Wounded in Cuban Duels DuelsILlptoR Duels3Lipton
ILlptoR 3 Upton to Race ReelSCeu far Gup In In Hit HitjaC 1MlIcetMlt
lIcetMlt lSCeu jaC U i n Prices Break BrOllk Sh Shnrp1y Shnrp1yFOIiITICA jrpiy jrpiyPOLITICAL Y YPOIrrIGAIJ
POLITICAL POLITICALlfHaarsm POIrrIGAIJHoant Li LiiI3iarsts
lfHaarsm Hoant Strength SU th Alarms AIr ReaubHcaB RqublleallL RqublleallLlPrent RejsiblIcaRslPresl
1 lPrent lPresl President ent Mellon Aasails Radicals Radicalsj ReidlcallTattftnd RdlcIeITatt
j lTaft lTattftnd and Ivltoon leon Start S Wt W West West1IOREIGX t tIIOREIGi t tFOREIGN
FOREIGN IIOREIGiDlaatnaa 1IOREIGXDIsatroua
8 Dlaatnaa Dtaaatr s Hurricane in JKIMB JKIMB4KaHnr Jtt JttKalftr Jutisa4Kser
4KaHnr Kalftr Seeks to Ditcftvw 3 ttWIIIIw WMier of ofHokaalohe ofHehcmlohe ofHhoniche
Hokaalohe Memoirs iIemoI iIemoIIOc MeiflOhLOCt
IOc I Il Ti Ti14iLssIstaat
1 14iLssIstaat AMistajit t Secretary seere ry of StteBscon SOtte te Bacon to toBe toBe toBe
Be Made Ambaasaxlor MIMdor to France PtaaeeJftINUMIe France2Japnee
2 2Japnee Japanese Agitation Stirs State Deaart Deaartment Delartt DelartPeortle Desrtinet
ment inetPeopWs t
2 Peoples Sainss sa Blmk Buiik k May tsy 7 Not Re Reanrne Be Be2Sclt Ree Re3Sch
anrne e
9 2Sclt 3Sch School ol Board Announce List Li t eC ofpohutments C Ap Appotntmenu p ppotatmC
potntmenu potntmenuSorfety potatmCIn pohutmentsSeeety
Sorfety in Smart Oowas Gew Applaad ApplaadAmatear AIIIIa AIIIIaAMat PSIaU PSIaUAmtr
Amatear AMat Sportsmen Sportsmen7Motherand Sp Sportsmen7Motheraud rt8llleJl rt8llleJl7Xother
7Motherand 7Xother IUMI Daughter l li1 Fight ght t for Be Belease k kJeue Itele
lease le from Asylum AaylttlftUMerdlAltw AsylumUMerchants
11 UMerdlAltw Merchawta Planning Orgnnhmtioii III f a aCli aCa aClub
Cli Cli13Moce Ca Club1Mere
1 13Moce ol Ttneascs ft Aec ece Me PoNeamea PoNeameaSPORTS P PSJlours PuumueaSPORTS
SPORTS SPORTSRacing SJloursIJtacfag SPORTS1Racing
IJtacfag Racing Golf and Bowling Reantts RetsBIG RounitsBIG ReanttsBIG
BIG DISASTER AT SEA SEAFour SEAFonr SEAFour
Four Hundred Lifepreserv Lifepreservers LifeleseryClS ¬
ers Picked Up 17 I on Coast CoastSMALL CoastSMALL 1oastSMAL1
SMALL BOAT WASHED ASHORE ASHOREThe ASHOREThe ASHOREThe
The Jlrliria Touched TVorth orth Carolina CarolinaConst Cnro1 Carolinaont l1D l1Deont
Const ont on October Octob r 3U i9VueeI UYQ Vossel 1 front frontWhich frontWhich
Which 11 f clt Wreckage reckusr Cajtnc Not X t Yet YetIdentified Yet1c1 YetlulentiflcdSurvivora
Identified 1c1 ntincSurhorJlJ Survivor of Vrecfcert Wreled1191UIchon VrecfcertHouseboat reckecllI
1191UIchon Houseboat lI u chont Are Lnndcd Safely SafelyNerfoHc Sntcl SntclIe Sn fvlv fvlvSrii
Srii Ie Dr ThrWIjP n nNerfolk Um UmNorfolk
Norfolk Va Oct 28 iH HiIre HiMBfredB of life lifepreservers JI JIJK lifelKeorvers
preservers JK rvf18 have washed ashore on the theNorth tMCaroIha theN
N North rtk carolina coast eerdtn cerdhsg rdl to l4Yi t ad adviese d driees
riees Yi leeetMBfl MdlW hero re reire t j > ftau4iMr ftau4iMrthat 1 1JJ
JJ f f1e
ire 1e J JtJIa IseL IseLthai <
that a grit marllftne dI t1t1MlA t1t1MlApert dIaett toaster yet whte whteperttd niueporttd
perttd pert bus occurred oecwrredThe oeevrredTh occurredThe
The informatida Is as fottows fottowsAbout roUosA1MMIt foliowsAbout
About m lifeprwienrers Jlfe IB drifted driftedashore drtt drttNdaore driftedashore
ashore on October 19 11 I and a i mostly mostlyen 1 ttyen mostlyen
en October r 19 t between C a dape pe llatteras llatterasand Hatt IaUerssaud nt ntaad
and Big Klnnakeet Jlnnak Some bear no mark markand JMritalld markat
and some are marked Caswitx Bettuuy Bettuuysyurcel Bettunysynreol
syurcel 1 G R R iJet l k 1 3M 3MSnmll 21 21mnn j4 j4ninll
Snmll mnn Boat IVnslicd nAbod A AuIiorc AuIiorcrwu bore boreTwo j jTww
Two llfepreserrers nC th also drifted vfr at atITatteras atlJattftaa atIlatteras
ITatteras Inlet aalfot lifenamjf Dfl flhes1n ain station three t tIn threemu j jm
m mu es south of Ilatteraa Htte one marked markedHeahimui ma11tHSeale markedScalaawit
Heahimui Seale and the other unmarked unmarkedA unmarkedmash
A small It skiff about fifteen feet long longalso longaao longalso
also drifted up p about three mite north northof DOrthoC northof
of Big Kinnakeet and a a small piece pI e of ofwhat 0wlutt ofwhat
what appears to be a a yawHwafs HtCHltB gunwale gunwalecams pnwalcame gunwalecane
cams ashore near that station taUonNo stationNoveesele i iNoveaaeto
Noveaaeto No ve8INIII are a afioat a Ollt bearing the names namesthat fSthat immesthat
that appear on the lifepreserver Uepru n and the thenames tbeJames thenames
names are supposed to be the names of ofthe oftile ofthe
the makers makersfive makentPhe makeraFive
five Survivor Landed LandedTne lnndcdTIte LandedThe
The story of one of the thcgreatest greatest eate tinge tragedies t1a8edies tingedies
dies of the Atlantic coast was toM here to today 10 10day today ¬
day by five survivors out of la it itdroWDed l men mendrowned mendrowned
drowned from a houseboat h t off o the Flee Florida FIerkla FleeIda ¬
ida coast in 1 the late Cuban hurricane Alt Altwere Allwere Ut Utwern
were employed to the construction of aj ajconcrete a aconerete aconcrete
concrete wall for the Florida East ast Coast CoastRailway CoatRanway CeastRailway
Railway ever the Florida Keys KeysThey Ke KeThe7 KeysThey
They were on a houseboat when the tliestorm Iestorm thestorm
storm struck It was broken from its itsmoorings tbmoorloljli Ifsmoorings
moorings and driven tlrh far to sea It quick quickly qulckJy ¬
ly 1 foundered throwing everybody Into the thepea thethe theoa
pea oa the breaking timbers killing kml many IIIaDYtbey as asthey anthey
they struggled in the raging ocean Six Sixmen Shmen Sixmen
men finally itnall made a raft and crawled crawledupon crawledupon crawiedupon
upon it itOne It ItOne ItOne
One of < xf these l He erased from angering and andinjury aacIInJury andhiury
injury threw himself into the ocean and anddrowned aacIdrown anddrowned
drowned < l as the British ship Heatherpool Heatherpoolwhich Heatberpoolwhich HetheTpOOIwhich
which saw w thorn thomhove hove in sightThose sight sifhtThose sightThose
Those rescued w were re Frank Revely ReftlyoM o oMarianna oMarinna
Marianna M rianml Fla Gu G Gus Johnson Joh 8bn of Brook Brooklyn BmokIyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn N Y Ben Clark of Jamesviile JamesviileMa JamesvilleMaH JamonvilleMass
Ma Mass Abner Bell of IClssimmee Fla and andJohn andJohn andJohn
John Campbell of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaFleet Phllad PhiladelphiaFleet lphta lphtarIClt
Fleet Puts Iut to < o Sea SeaWith Seaftk SenWith
With ftk a discontinuance < today of the thegales thegalea thegals
gales that have blown from the north northeast northe northeast ¬
east e st for almost three weeks the great greattleet 1reatfleet greatIleet
fleet of sail and unrigged unrisgetPv1s vessels that thathas tlaatha thatbaa
has been stormbound in Hampton Reads Readswent RCMlclswent Roadswent
went to sea Threescore lllr ore of schooners schoonersunder cboonersunder achoonersunder
under sail n and twoscore of barges in intow intow Intow
tow of fifteen ften tugs t IJ6S and other steam yea vessels yeae1a ¬
MIa e1a passed va88 d outside the Virginia Capes CapesIt CamlIt CapesIt
It was the greatest t exodu of shipping shippingout shippingnut
out of the Chesapeake that has occurred occurredfor occurrenfor
for a long time and the spectacle was a amagnificent amaplftcent amagnlflcent
magnificent one oneFALL oneFALL onePALL
FALL BACK ON CABBY CABBYXcvr CABBYNc
Xcvr Nc York ClinuffcnrV Strike Puts PutsISIcctrlc PutsElectric
Electric Vehicles Out of Service ServiceNew ServiceNew
New York York Oct 25 je J e chauffeur of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the electric cabs and handsome of the theNow theNow theNaw
Now York Transportation Company have havestruck haveItrucJc havestruck
struck for higher wages wa8 When 11teft Uie tecbautfeunI Ciechauffeurs 2Sfl 2Sflchauffeurs
chauffeurs refused ed to work today tnda it itforced 1tforced itforced
forced many persons ersoas accustomed to elec electric electric clueuk ¬
tric maehtoes to resort to the services of efUie ofUte ofthe
Ute timehonored cab horse and cabby cabbyJohn cabb7TOhn cabbyJOhn
John Berry a strikebreaker tried to totake totake totake
take an electric machine from one of the thecompanys thecompanys thecompanys
companys stables and was attacked attacked by bythe bythe bytim
the strikers He drew a gun and fired firedbut ftledbqt Aredbut
but failed to hit any one He was wa badly badlybeaten Adlybeftten badlybeaten
beaten Berry and several strikers strfk rs were werearrested Werearrested werearrested
arrested arrestedThe arrestedThe arrestedThe
The strikers demand a uniform wage of offor
52 for a twelvehour day They say aytAt aytAtunder myunder tint tintunder
under the present pra ent system system thoy tho are paid psMonly pcddonly paidonly
only when driving and freQuently men mentiling menl1f1ng menhang
tiling around the garages ara es all day without withoutearning withouteMUl1h witheutearning
eMUl1h earning > a cent coatI1OO
I1OO 100 Harpers Ferry Fcrl and Martins HJartinsImrgj JJartlnalJUr Martinsburg
Imrgj lJUr burg n t 1 135 Ti3 Berkeley Springs Sprin Springs2Oo s sOO
200 OO Cumberland Cumberlandami CuntlJerJantlI Cnntberlnndand
I and aJtfl1Pt1frn return Leave Baltimore A Ohio sta station statIon alalion ¬
tion S Stlt a m October 3 Returning Returnin
leave Cumberland C 1 Berkeley Boike1c Springs
7 Martinsburg 8 8 nnd tid Harpers Ferry Ferryp F rr rrfV
1110 fV p m 1 same day Beautiful B utt l scenery sceneryn eceneryruutt entr entri
n route roul
i
ELEVATOR TRUST IS ISBEATEN ISBEATEN ISBEATEII
BEATEN BY WOMAN WOMANMi WOMANKate OIAI1 OIAI1Kate
Mi Kate Kelioe Tells ofjEd ofjEdFight ofJIcrFigJlt of Jer Jer1iglit
Fight Against Odds OddsBUSINESS QddsBUSINESS OddsJ3iJS1NESS
BUSINESS GREW SLOWLY SLOWLYJoined SLOWLYJ SLOWLYJOiIlel
Joined J OillCl Coinlination But Unfair UntairPractices UnfairPractices I
Practices rrn tices Continued ContinuedInterstate Continuedizitersia I I II IIntcrcHtatc
Interstate izitersia Ic Commerce Corn merce Commissioner CommissionerIlcnr COllt1nl5doJlcrHlIent Coniziiissloncrsileni
Ilcnr Testimony TcIUmon of Discrimination Discriminationin
in Grain DiiylnK DujnJrfneftMCH WitiuMscH Reveal Rcvcnlaicthnda RecnlJlcthocb Reveal51cthnl
aicthnda by VIilcli lllclt Coiitpetitorn Arc ArcJorcefl ArcPorcea AreJPorccjj
Jorcefl Out of UiiiincBS UUJllineJIIllContlui8 UUJllineJIIllContlui8Ion Comiuis Comiuisnion
sloB Ion Adjourns to Meet in Iowa IowaOmaha IowaOmaha
Omaha 0 febr eIw Oct Si ZiIn In simple lan language lunpase Iangusge ¬
guage Mr 11 Kate Kehoe told Cominis Cominisstooers ComntlsaIoDers Coimnisshuiers
stooers L I45O fe and Clarke of tlj tile Interstate InterstataCommerce IDlcrstatemeree Interstatecommerce
commerce Commerce meree i Commission tod todll IK how > W she ahohad stittk841 she1a
had fought the line elevators and rail railroads rafltJs rflroads ¬
roads in Nebraska N for ten years eft and andAnally andlDaQy andafly
Anally triumphed triumphedHer trluJlbedHer triumphed11ev
Her husband h left l r er r a Htle shovel shovelhouse shovelho shovelhouse
house ho and a small implement business businessShe bulnNShe businessShe
She She now OWM two t we large 1a elevators one oneat OMat oneat
at Platte Center and one at Tantova and andher andher uc1 uc1her
her baainess baIII is flourishing IIourtlltt She Sb kept up upher upbel upher
her fight ght t against the big grain men when whenshe whenshe n nbe
she be lost money at it taking the prorUa prorUafrom HOftt8fnMn proiltsfmoi
from her implement business basine to keep the thegrain then theWhen thegrain
grain n business goto gotoWhen going goingWhen
When the IRk shovel house burned bmec1leWD burneddawn burneddown
down leWD she bought grain and had it slier shovetod HoYeIett sliereIg
etod direct from the wagons wq into th thears OM OMean thecars
ears Often she bad ulffleulty in getting gettlugcars gettingcars ettfug ettfugerII
cars from the raH railroads whH willie her com competitors eoa1pettt cornpetitors ¬
petitors pettt secured ail they needed JMe ec1 but UM UMMr tlteWe theb
Mr b trouble was over overIt overnnlud overliaised
It liaised n land hates In Shut Her Out OutShe OutS OutShe
She S testified she he found them higher hl ber in inher tnher inher
her town than in other oth towns with the thesame tbesame thesame
same freight l rater because the line ole rtovators P Pa olevators
vators a tors raised ral them keep her from getting gettinggrain getUmgrain gettinggrain
grain What they tM relied r I them too high highshe hiSbhe highshe
she he let them t do o the buying bu Finally they theypersuaded tM tMpernaded theypersuaded
persuaded her to join with them in I fixing fixingprices ftxlnbut Axingprices
prices but ah she found they still manipu manipulated manipulated umalpuIsted ¬
lated prices in adjoining towns so that thatshe thatHe thatshe
she dM not set t the grain In and am she left leftthe leftthe tl tlthe
the comblnattoR combIuat and became independent independentagain lIHIepencJelttE independentagain
again againB
B E P Peek of the Omaha ISeievator ISeievatorCompaay eIevatorC e1evatorComcy
Compaay C N B UptiKe tp president dnt of the theUpdttw 1MtpdIIIe thetpka
Updttw Grata C Couuiq MJMX C G CriUen CriUenden crtufta Crittenden
den manager nqer at tb U Cpntral 4Ontral Granarie Granarieat GmJJlU1elat Gmnaziesat
at Ltacoin all hugo operator ware wareamong w wthe warea
a among eng the other wttneaaes wit of the day dayThey dayaK dayThey
They aH testified that they tbe had dtecrlm dtecrlmtam dtlJcrtlAied dlscrlnimeted
tam meted ed against small dealers in the noun oomtry coatry nountry
try who hail no elevators elevatorsAdmitted elevatorsdziiIted llVIItOrLdrnittefl
Admitted > Vrltlns Letter LetterMr JctterMr IctlcrMr
Mr Updike admitted writing 3 letter letterwhich J ktterwhich Ucr UcrI
I which wa Was produced J1rod in evWosu CVklOJJE80m CVklOJJE80mcopt17 evM to a acoootry acOnti7
coootry merchant h nt in I lew Iowa wa cs aof atri ltr lurmy lurmyl luna7fIIC
fIIC 1AtIII Ut Uthaeen i t II III
I jjiIII wt I d i t ti
i haeen l elMf if ftrtfM not quit < n lt the l grain 1 111 bust btnrinesM blt8lXt bustness
ness Mr ITpdilce t explained they had hadonce bal0Dee hadonce
once bought out Mr Murray MUrTa but that he hehad bebac1 hebad
had resumed re bin operations operationsT
I I1Ika
T Worra orraU former Onnff secretary of the theNebraska theNekraaka
Nebraska 1Ika Grain Dealers l foalf > > r Association said saidhe sakibe kl klhe
he had quit the grain 8 ft business when 1te the theassociation theaMOllaUoB theassociation
association opened the fight on hint hintAsked kl klA himAsked
Asked A k why be bad dismissed dl his damage damagesuit elaMasesuit ularnagesuit
suit against 5I1I t the t trust for driving him himfrom AI AIfrom himfrom
from from business he admitted admit ted that he re received re reCfIftd recetred ¬
ceived a substantial consideration considerationi consIderationThe COMIcIftatlooThe
i The connnte COI01nJIIenI 1oneni adjourned this even evening eftRm evenlag ¬
lag m < and will aft tomorrow at Des DesMonies DNMoines DesMoines
Moines MoniesFOUR MoinesFOUR MoinesFOUR
FOUR DUELISTS ARE AR WOUNDEDCubans WOUNDED WOUNDEDCubans YOIINDBDCubans
Cubans Fight with Swords and andiHonor andHonor andHonor
Honor Is Satisfied SatisfiedHditor SatisfiedIditol SatisfiedUditor
Hditor nnd nut City Councilman Settle SettleTheir SettleThclr SettleTheir
Their DIfllculty DlffieuItyVhlle While Lawyer Ln c1 and andArmy Andrmy anulAru
Army Aru rmy Cnptnln Do Likewise LikewiseHavana LlkenbcHavana Likewisellamas
Havana Oct 25u SOA A duel with swords vwordawas swordswas or orwas
was fought at today by It bYBduanlu ISauardo uamo Akmao Akmaoa A1 no nowrltet
a writer for Bl KlMundo l Mundo and Ramon Men Mendon lI8Ado Mendoza
don do a member of the city council who whoresented whoresent whoresented
resented resent an attack at made by the Mundo Mundoon Iu1Ko4 Iu1Ko4on
on the council in connection coun tton with the tele telephone telepbone telephone ¬
phone concession Both men received receivedalight receedslight receivedslight
slight wounds woundsAnother woundAnother woundsAnother
Another duel was fought by Cspt Poey Poeyformerly l lfornvrly loeyformerly
formerly an aid to President P l Pal Palma ma and andManuel lidMaauel andManuel
Manuel Secardes a lawyer who 110 is a aprominent aprolDiuftlt aprominent
prominent Liberal The quarrel arose arosefrom ArJOrrom arosefrom
from Capt Poeys objection to Senor SenorSecardes SenorSeeardH SenorSecardes
Secardes sitting ttl at the same e table with withhim withhlan withhhn
him in a res restaurant Poey Poe was run runihrough mnthlOuch runthrough
through the leg and Secardes was ftS wound wounded woundin wounded ¬
ed In the arm armThere armThfte arniThere
There are now only two cases of yellow yellowfever yellowfever yellowfever
fever remaining It is thought that th thpossible thpo tltpossible <
possible po recent hurricane blew away Wlty the tliemosquitoes theI theTnOIICJuitoes themosquitoes I
mosquitoes that were responsible rEllpon lble for the thespread thespread titespread
spread of the disease diseaseIt
It is t estimated that the total losses to toBritish toBritbJtl toBritish
British subjects and corporations amount amountto amolnto amountto
to sitss W060 088 This includes the losses sue sustained suetaJftd suetamed ¬
tamed by the Western United and Central Centralrailroads Cntralrafrnds Centralrailroads
railroads Tlte T loss to Spanish citizens citizensmostly citizensmost17 citizensmostly
mostly small shop keepers te estimated at K atIGIrnl t tM
1600000 M The total toss oss caused by the in insurrection inSUMtocUon insurrvctlou ¬
surrection Is variously estimated e thJt tted at from from5i5w fromsiieei
siieei 5i5w 1 J6 to 3000000 3 3Declarin szeeteDeclaring 3000000Declaring
Declaring that they will not surrender surrendertheir surrendertheir surrendertheir
their uniforms until arrears In pay imr are areroade arernMe areiiade
roade up and unjust t fines remitted seven seventy seventT seventy ¬
ty members mem of the t rapidfire batteries of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the socalled foreign legion under underCapts underCap underOapts
Cap l Degrau rnu and Shockley Shock I e organized organisedby
by the Cuban government during the rev revolution rc rcolutton revolutlon ¬
olution caused disturbance in the streets streetsof streetsof streetsel
of Havana today There were several severalclashes severnlclashes severalclashes
clashes between betw the th members of the legion legionand legionand legionand
and soldiers still in the service of the thegovernment thexovelnnaeat thegovernment
government who are under orders to ar arrest nrt arrest ¬
rest t all soldiers > wearing uniforms without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe
the authorization of the provisional 1 gov governor 10emor goventer ¬
enter ernorGov emorGov enter0ev
Gov Magoon today accepted the theresignation ther theresIgnation
r resignation ton of Gaston Morn acting chief chiefof chiefof chiefof
of the th department of government He ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed Juan Ibarra to that place Gov GovMagoon Govll CcvMagoon
ll Magoon n has not yet accepted the theresignation theresignation therenignatlon
resignation of Secretary Montalvo iXontnlvoLAST MontalvoLAST MontaIvoLAST
LAST OF DANIEL BOONE LINE LINESole LINESole LINESole
Sole Surviving Descendant Aged OS OSDies DSDiclli uSDies
Dies In Kentucky KentuckyStantcn nentueloyStaatcn KentuckyStanton
Stanton Ky Oct 25 2Judge Judge Jcptha JcpthaBoone JcpthttB JcpthaIloone
Boone ninetyeight years of age only onlysurvivhur onl onlurvi onlysurvItng
survivhur urvi descendant of Daniel Boone BooneKentuckys BooneKftttucq1 BooneKentuckYs
Kentuckys pioneer settler ttler died today todayBaltimore lodaytlfimo todayBtitiuiore
Baltimore tlfimo e nnd Return RctnrnDnltlntore 125 125Dnltimore 12ZIlnllnlore
Dnltimore t Ohio It It R RKvory REry BEvry
Kvory Sat Snturda unlay and Sunday All trains trainsboth
hth wnys lY both dlys dt except XC Dl R RO Royal val 3t Lim ¬
Iit1i it N
f
WHY PEARY WILL WIN WINWife WnlVUe WINWife
Wife of Explorer E ploler Expects EXI > cot to Hear Hearfrom Henrfrom HearS
S from Him lIm Next Month MouthPort1tutd MonthPortland j jPortland
Portland Me 3m Oct 25 5lrs Mrs Irs Robert E EPeary EPeary EPenry
Peary wife tCe of Commander c Robert E EPeary E EPea EPoat3f
t ta
Peary Pea the arctic explorer gav 10 out to tolay to tolay
< lay a an fl authentic interview SAle said saidMr midMr
Mr Peary has Ita been gone gon a U year wr and Mdthroe andthree i ithroe
throe months I do not expect ct to hear haarfrom hearilOU hearfront
from him until the last ef November and andnll andWIll andwill
WIll nll not be disappointed t ppolntod if I do d not hear hearfrom hearrom herfrom
from rom him then I am sure that ho lies liesfound liftsfound hasfound
found the pole poleOn poieOn poleOn
On the last dash for the pole Mr MrxPeary llrPOOry MrPeary
xPeary was Ill forced to turn back whonj whonjwithin when whenwithin whensvlthln
within 39 miles of ollal hl his de dstiinttlon E aUritttIon due dueprincipally duoprinclpal dueprincipally
principally to the wornout vorno t oondltion of ofhis ofhlH ofhis
his dogs and lack of provlalons He has hasmore hasmoro hasmore
more clogs and more pravteAnw Prtlvt proviwIns ttrtll on thl thlvoyage this UlrsoY8te thisvoyage
voyage and the Roosevelt will be able to toplough toplough toplough
plough from rOll1 909 to StTmlles mltlM farther through throukthe throughthe j jthe
the ice than the ordinary wterllng vessel vesselin vesselIn vesselin
in which the commander made mad madiuIa his JtJ previous previoustrips vreYfoutitrips previoustrips
trips Therefore ThereCo he will be just so much muchnearer mudlnearer muchnearer
nearer the pole when he starts over the theice theIce theIce
ice Ice nnd his dogs will 111 be frshcr to con continue COlt COltUnve continu ¬
tinue tinu on o their hard Journey JourneyEISKS journeyRISKS journeyRISKS
RISKS LIFE UNDER WATER WATERDiver WATERDIver WATERDiver
Diver Will 111 Seek Uncxploded Dyna Dynamite Dnnmite Dynamite ¬
mite In East Enatnh Itltcr itlcrNow ItltcrNew cr crNew
New York Oct 2SAt UT t risk of in instant fntant instunt ¬
stunt tant death in a terrible Coma David Wil Wilson W11tIOn Wilson ¬
son tIOn a a diver diver will make att mveutlsatlon mveutlsatlonof law 1uveut1tionof UgatJon UgatJonof
of the East River bottom ItM1 tday Y to see If Ifany Ieany ifany
any of the t fiftytwo charms Char hars ef C dynamite dynamiteplaced d dyatmitoplaced mlte mlteplaced
placed there last week to l 1i111Hd W f weed in blast Wasting bluttg blastlug ¬
lug a deeper channel to ie e new power poweri IJOwerJtouwe powerhouse
i house of the New York Cittral C tval Railroad Railroadat
at t With st street Net t remain tnMKploded tnMKplodedA ua5IouIeLA CHktI CHktIA
A tangle m fa the electric wires arranged arrangedto arnmedto
to explode the t be submarine Masts prevented preventedthe preventedUte preventedthe
the explosion exj Ollma ef the charges Only 0 one oneof ODeor oneof
of the blasts worked prey Yesterday Yesterdaydivers Yettterdaydivers Yesterdaydivers
divers straightened out tie te tangle and andseveral andseNal andseveral
several other charges of dynamite were wereexploded wereexploded wereexploded
exploded Wilsons Vl1eon task k will I b M to see if ifany IfaD7 ifany
any remain intact intactWltem intactVJI intactVllon
Wltem on realizes his dagger as a charge chargeis
is liable lla1 le to explode at any moment The Theblasts Thebla Tb Tbblasts
blasts bla ts must be removed however m that thatsteam thatt thatsteam
steam t shovels hove can remove the rock loosen loosened Jooftncd loosened ¬
ed by the charges already lrdY exploded and andWilson andU8OA andWilson
Wilson U8OA volunteered vnluot red to undertake the Job JobBACOMOIMTOPARIS JobBACON JobBACON
BACOMOIMTOPARIS BACOMOIMTOPARISLikely BACON GOING TO PARIS PARISLi1cIJ PARISLikely
Likely to Be Elevated to Post PostI Postof Postof
I of lUll Ambassador b ass ssador a lor < to France FranceCHANGE FranceCHANGE FranceCHANGE
CHANGE EXPECTED EXPEG ED IN SPRING SPRINGX SPRI rG
No X o Oflicinl Aunonnccmcnt Yet ot 3Inde 3Indethut JI lndethat de dethnt
that Roots Assistant slsta31t Iff io 0 Succeed SucceedaicCoTinlck Suoc SucceedMcCorinlckIias ctl ctllcCfr1
aicCoTinlck McCorinlckIias lcCfr1 lckJla Haji Shown parked parkedAbility Jnrloeda1nlt InrkedtlI1Ity
a1nlt Ability in Mot Iot Iftxuctinff Tasks TnskxThonsh TnakThoo TasksThough
Though Thoo b ire Is 3 Jicw ew ° to Service ServiceRoben ScrdceRoIIert ScrvlceRobert
Robert Bacea Ita 4ssMta i mrietaat SecwUry of ofState ofIf ofStle
State H Is uiylsi site nil la te ba = elvai 1ecatad 1ecatadto l lto
to the nost eT4 e < > iiniE3Fiypce vext vextnwdc et ettuede
If IfbttOlDllttIoa
nwdc the information comes to The TheIfecaM thelfctn TheINsuid
IfecaM 4 from such uch a a trustworthy source nourcethat JIOurcetbal sourcethat
that It feels teels warranted in I i publishing ubll hh the thereport the1fpJt1 therepOrt
report reportMr 1fpJt1Mr repOrtide
Mr MrCormtck who has been at the thehead 1behtA4 thebend
head of the American Embassy at t Paris Parissince ParIapllMt Parissince
since May IMS was wU transferred traM err there therefrom l1terefrom therefrom
from the embassy cissy at Su St Petersburg le At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the time this th chang cIIia was made It Is Isunderstood IsunMntood isundrtoad
understood Mr Lr 1 Oenafck was inform informed fnCIDeel InfOrmeul ¬
ed he was to remain at t Paris Pa only 17 for forcertain forC a acertain
certain C period periodThis per1odTIs pmiodThis
This TIs faet had I become come known WJI WJIt among amongthose amongthose
those t well tefionned a the State Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
meat ment and anaettacenient a 6 l of Ate coming comingretirement CGIRtSrttlreIMIIt comingrettrenieit
retirement was expected x tM but ne intima intimation taUmatlcm fatimation ¬
tion tovl been green given as to who woe wtMIId take takehis takehJa takeIda
his place pIa f fSelection iSelectlonn
Selection it n Surprise SurpriseThe SnrprheTIle SurpriieThe
The selection of Mr Bacon therefore thereforewill thereforewill
will 111 prove a general surprise The TheMaIIt As Assteiaat AsalMant
steiaat Secretary S retaIT baa been to the diplo diplomatic dlpJomade diplomade ¬
made service but a short t time tIlDe having havingdevoted bavtnedevote bayingdevoted
devoted < himself entirely to the banking bankingbostaess IIaJIklDtbaIIIMIIe bankingbusIness
bostaess previous to his appointment t to tohis totala tohis
his present position by President Rouse Fooseveit Poo Rousevelt e enit
nit to October IPJ IPJAt 36 36At XtAt
At that time he was prominent in the thefinancial tile2b11u1da1 theituancial
financial world as a partner of J Pierpont PierpontMorgan PierpontllorgaA PierpentMorgan
Morgan and aJHIa a director in a large number numberof numbelof numberof
of big hi corporations e of the company companyThte companyThw companyThis
This list included the National City CityBank CttrBaaIt CityBank
Bank BaaIt New England Railway Company CompanyNorthern CompanyNorthem CompanyNorthern
Northern Pacific Railroad Company Com panT Chi Chicago ChIco Chicage ¬
cage Burlington and Quincy Railroad RailroadCompany RalroadCompany RailroadCompany
Company Erie Railroad the United States StatesSteel StataSteel StatesSteel
Steel Corporation the Federal Steel Com Company CompIUt Coinpatty ¬
patty pIUt Northern Securities Company ompany Pa Pacific Paelk PaelAc ¬
elk Cable Company Com ny Hocking Valley ValleyRailroad VaneyRailroad ValleyRailroad
Railroad Company and other enter enterprises enterp11ae enterprison ¬
prison He was 1 especially active in the thetinaacial theSlnaRclaI theilnanctal
tinaacial deals connected with itk Ute for formation formation formation ¬
mation of the Northern Securities Com Company Compan Cornpany ¬
pany panyMr pan panJlr panyMi
Mr Bacon is I a Harvard graduate duatc and andwas aJdwas andwas
was in business in Boston previous to tohis toha tohis
his removal n 10val to the wider financial sphere sphereIn
In Wall aU street streetLike strletLlk streetLike
Like Llk Mr 11 Root lie has shown > marked markedability m markedability rked rkedabUrty
ability in adapting himself to the exact exacting eC exacttug cl cllog ¬
log requirements of the diplomatic ser service service ¬
vice and his work there bas shown him himto blnlto hintto
to be possessed poe of the qualifications es essential 00sentlal assentlal ¬
sentlal to his prospective post Mr Ba Bacon BRcon Bacon ¬
con has Just recently returned from Cuba Cubawhere Cubawhere Cubawhere
where ho worked in conjunction with withSecretary withSecretary withSecretary
Secretary Taft In handling the State De Departments Da Dapartments Dcrmrtments ¬
partments end of the administrations administrationseffort admlnlstrntlonserrort administratIonseffort
effort to restore re tore peace peaceMcCormlclc I peaceMcCormick e8Ct e8CtJlcCormlc1t >
McCormick a Prominent Diplomat DiplomatMr
Mr McCormtek I Connlclc has 1uL been one of the thuprominent tholr theProminent
prominent lr lnfftt figures urs of the American Ameri n Diplo Diplomatic DlpIomalic Dipicmatlc ¬
matic Corps for many years He is a son sonof sonof sonof
of W S McCormick of the great reaper reaperfirm rea reapmrlitnt r rf1rm
firm antI a soninlaw of the late Josephfedlll JosephMedill Joseph JosephMedill
Medill publisher of the Chicago TribuneHis TribuneHis Tribune rrlbuueHis
His first diplomatic cJIpJom Uc work was in Ute tliecapacity UterapcUy thecapacity
capacity of secretary to the legation Icg tlon at atLondon atLon atLondon
London Lon on from 1888 li8 tolSK tO4 Following that thathe thath thathe
he h was the official o representative r pre entaUo in Lon London Lendon ¬
don of the th Worlds Columbian Exposition Expositionfrom EzposlUol1from Expositionfrom
from 1 182 2 to MB MBHe 1813He 1353He
He was appointed envoy extraordinary extraordinaryand
and minister plenipotentiary plenipoten r to Austria AustriaHungary AustrinHungary AustriaHungary
Hungary in 1901 and when that post was wasraised wasraised wasraised
raised to an embassy in ISflB 1B lie was made madethe madothe madethe
the first ambassador In December mber of the thesame th thsame thsame
same year be was transferred to St Pe Petersburg Pe Petersbur Pctersburg ¬
tersburg tersbur where he served as ambassador ambassadoruntil ambassadoruntil ambassadoruntil
until sent to Paris in InRUBBER 1985 1985ETJBBEK 135 135RUBBER
RUBBER BOOTS SAVE LIFE LIFELive LIFELhe LIFELive
Live Wire ire Kills Horse but Driver DriverHas DrlTcrliaR Driverhas
Has Fortunate Escape EscapeMiddlotown EscnpeMiddletown EscapeMiddletown
Middletown N Y Oct 25 29A A pair of ofrubber ofrubber ofrubber
rubber boots saved the life of Harry Gor Gordon Gordon Gordoti ¬
don a young man of this city Gordon Gordonwns GordontiS Gordonwas
was tiS driving along n country road near this thiscity thisel thiscity
city el when one oue of his horses stepped upon upona UPOnlive
a live electric wire lying 171n In the rondo rondTlie rondoThe roadThe
The wire was a heavy voltage voJ tge power wire wireof wiraor wireof
of the Orange County Fewer wer Company Companyand Companyand ny nyand
and had been blown down by b a blast blastOne bJIiStOne blastOne
One of the horses was killed and the tlieother theother
other stunned As Gordon jumped from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the wagon ho stepped on the wire but buthaving butlsmving
having hayln on rubber 11 > hr boots e eespeJ c i ed j d datb atu J j
BIG 51 SHAKEUP OF OFII OFNEW OFEW
II EW YORK POLICE POLICEIBvTery POLICEEvery POLICEEvery
Every Captain Save One Is TsGiven IsGiyen IsGivcii
Given Change of Beat BeatATTEIBTJTED neatATTRIB BeatATTRIBUPED
ATTEIBTJTED ATTRIB TEDTOPOLITIC8 TEDTOPOLITIC8Captain TO POLITICS POLITICSCaptain POLITICSCaptain
Captain Schlottman Alone Will WillRetain WillI1etain YillRetain
Retain His Old Post PostCommissioner PostConnnhutiouer PostCommissioner
Commissioner Blnsuam Declines to toDisco toDIsco toDicuas
Disco Dicuas In Detail Reason for the theS theSneeplnJr theSsreeping
S rccplnff Change lint Says It IK IK3Vot I Iot IsNot
Not ot Due to Pnrkhnrst rnrkhnrst3lny 3Iny Trans Transfer Trnnfer Transfer ¬
fer Few Men Ien Rack After the Klea Kleatlon ElecthanSullivans leo leotlonSn1l1vnn
> tlon tlonSn1l1vnn Snllivnnft Friends Shifted ShiftedNew SbUtcdNew Slil ted tedNew
New York Oct 28 SPoHce Police Commissioner CommissionerBJnghain CommissionerD1nghan er erBlnS
BJnghain BlnS today made the biggest lii e t shake shaJteup 1dIaJteup shakeup
up thd th thc New York Police Department has haaever hueYer hasever
ever k kiown own wn He U transferred oightyftye oightyftyepolice otcIat7ftwpoJfce eightyfreepolice
police eaptalns eJtaIu ptIe every one to the U Greater OrealerCity GreaterCity OrellerCity
City with lt the exception eXce tIo of Herman W WSettlottmaa WSdalottllMUl WSclslottmaa
Settlottmaa the present car of the Ten Tenderloin Tenderloin Tenderloin ¬
derloin derloinCaptains derloinCaptains derloinCaptains
Captains who have commanded precincts precinctswhere pmIacta1tMn precinctswhere
where the white IDea blase were sent sentU aentto sentLb
U to > the rural sections of the Bronx BronxQueens BroIIxQueus BronzQueens
Queens County and Staten Island while whilecaptains wbJleeaptaiM whilecaptains
captains who had forgotten what a a street streetcar IItreetcar streetcar
car looked like were brought back to the thecity tbecity thecity
city Btagbams order followed a two twohour twonor twohour
hour conference with Mayor MeCfettan MeCfettanPolitics ie1eDuPolitic bleClelianPolitici
Politics in a way are responsible for the theshuffling tileabu theshaming
shuffling abu 1lng of the iris In past years aettce aettcecaplains IIcecaptaJns pelicecaptains
captains have been transferred just before beforeelection 1tefonelection beforeelection
election bet never on such a scale as to today to todays todays ¬
day days rearrangement ement One noticeable fea feature feature fantare ¬
ture was the fact act that the half dozen cap captains 1 1tlns ptales ¬
tales known to be close friends of Timo Timothy Timolit Timethy ¬
thy lit D Sullivan and who > were given coed coedposts aoodpotIt8 goodposts
posts several months ago a when the mayor mayorand mayorand mayorand
and rflg Tim were pulling together togetherdrew topUlerdrew togetherdrew
drew the dullest kind of residential 1 pre precincts preduct preducts ¬
duct m the new assignments assignmentsCzar aal DJDeIIUCzar assignmentsCzar
Czar of Tenderloin to HemalCapt Rena Ilcmnlii IlcmnliiI in inCapt
I Capt Schlottman who stays ata at the theI theTenderioI theTendedolu
I Tenderloin station is a UurdworMag 1anI 1anIliable re reliable reliable ¬
liable policeman He has not done won wonders woedws wondora ¬
dora in keeping the section orderly onIeI1Ywader but butunder butunder
under bin command the Tenderloin pettee petteehave teIIeelave polleebar
have bar been diligent and the district cU8u1cttaraIIiIIM has haafurnished hasfurled
furnished no police scandals scandalsIt
It is bettered that a number of the cap captakw CAPtraut captah
takw tah transferred traut today will soon be bebferigitt bet bebredght
bferigitt t tm on charges baaed upon evi evidence evtdeDce cvideuce ¬
deuce gathered against them to their old oldprecincts oWpredacts oldprecincts
precincts Those spotted for itthement rethementwilt itthementwill tett 1Idd 1Iddtit
will tit find that members en of the ttvvr II IIaoe ew Mvum Mvumshoe gum gumshee
shoe quad from headquarters are wait waittog waltw waitIng
tog for f them IN I their new poets ready to toreport toNporty toraporteny
report Nporty any delay in getthuj to work workThe workTIle workTbe
The transfers tc went rate effect tonight tonhtat toaJtatat
at I odock odockPrimarily ct oclockPrhuailly eIoclc eIoclcPrIMartIy
Primarily said Coeambjstoner eo l nff Bin Blaghun Bingham
ham hun in m fHscaaHbiier 1 the traasfen theae theaeeimngai tbmeelpasgen beIIe beIIeItS
eimngai ItS aje mudi msdsrtO te t it aew iIeWm j5 j51I pancemea pancemeaTm
m 1I bc va JIf i 1V s iet d eletii ue cIa7 y y1t
Tm oM a J fll1 < rf UMWt ulli r j stik frtc After At Atel Aftera3ttinr
a3ttinr ta el int1T T sy itrim tI Uuasfe 8fft fer ar fc e taSt taSt1e adr bm bmu
1e u thaw old places AM low long ax Ckpt Ckptdnetimmn fpLSchlettman
Sdt1ettmaJl dnetimmn does his duty in the Tender Tenderlola TeaderJoin Tenderloin
lola he ran remain there As for or the theothers tbfotlN tinothers
others they tM > Y will have to make good or orget orget orget
get out of the department departmentj departnle1ftDInghnm depurtmegtBlnghnnt
j IUn DInghnm hnm Declines to Explain ExplainNo KxplnlnNo ExplainNo
No inspectors or subordinate officers officerswere olileernwere rs rsere
were ere idtlfted but it is regarded aa allIe pen poaxlble pensible
xlble Ie that other change are imminent bnmtaentThe I1DInIDentTbe imminentThe
The commissioner < had very little to MY sayabout MYMat myabout
about Mat his sweeping JIIbI changes baa It ban 11MkBowa been beenknown beenknown
known for some time that he bePII was pre preBaring proparing
Baring PII to redistribute ute the captains and andhe andho nd ndBe
he has baa admitted that he felt that there therewas tb6ewu therewas
was much that was wrong to the man management JDIUlt management ¬
agement t of several precincts Grafting Graftingwas GraftIatvU Graftingwas
was going on he was toW toW and there therewere therewere therewere
were constant complain te of a too great greatactivity Yetetlvlty greatactivity
activity in politics on the part of several severalof sevrrlof vera1 vera1or
of the precinct commanders Om However Howeverwhcn Howeverwlkn Howeverwhtn
whcn the commissioner COIIUII Ioner was asked this thismorning thIamo thismorning
morning mo about the reasons for his action actionhe acdoRhe actionhe
he said that he had nothing to say sayDid a aDhi myDid
Did the Parkfeursc Park anc charges have haveinJIueeee any anyinfluence nayinduenee
influence with you to the matter err he hewas hewas hewas
was asked ashedNot askedot
wasNot
Not ot a bit bit answered the commis commissioner CDIIIIIII8sIoDer commisDid ¬
sioner sionerDid sIoDerJkf
Did report that tba t the town to we was wide wideopen wNeopen wideopen
open prompt the t changes changesNothing c cNothlat changesNoththg
Nothing to toI say sayla myI2
la I this the ending or the beginning of ofthe eCthe ofthe
the changes you Will make makeWell maker makerWell makeWell
Well its fl a big chunk anyway was waatke wuthe wasthe
the reply replySullivans reIMrSuUhnn replySullivans
Sullivans Friends Shifted ShiftedThe Shiftedflte ShiftedThe
The transfers of Capts McNally M alb LAsh Ltebers Uebera LAshera
era Martha McDermott and Zimmerman Zimmermanare
are regarded as especially significant significantWith algalllcantWIth IJlcant IJlcantfJU
With fJU the exception of Zimmerman these thesemen tlteMmen thesemen
men were all stationed south UU of Four Fourteenth Fourteenlh Fourtoenth ¬
teenth street Zimmerman was stationed stationedin
in the West Fortyseventh Street pre precinct pre precinct proclnct ¬
cinct a section > of the town to In which in inyears inyears inyears
years past disorderly houses and pool poolrooms poolroom poolrooms
rooms have flourished All of the men menhave DIeI1have incahave
have been looked upon as friends of Sul Sullivans Sullivans ¬
livans livansEach 1IvanlEAch livansEach
Each one of them gets what the depart department ftpartment departmeat ¬
ment regards as a poor post McNaliy McNaliygoes Me1U7goes McNallygoes
goes from Church street to White Plains Plainsavenue PlalnsRvenut Plainsavenue
avenue Liebens leaves Leonard street streetfor streetfor streetfor
for High Bridge Murtha leaves Eld Eldridge Ektrld Ekiridge
ridge rld e street and assumes command of ofthe ofthe 01 01the
the Brooklyn Bridge station McDermott McDermottpasses McDermottpaS5C11 McDermottpanees
passes from the boey Fifth Street pre precinct precinct proolnet ¬
cinct to Rockaway and Zimmerman Zimmermantakes Zimmermantakes Zimmermantakes
takes charge of the Grand Avenue station stationin atadoltin stationIn
in Brooklyn BrooklynDooley BrooklynDoole BrooklynDooley
Dooley Doole of Tenderloin Fame FameCapt l1uncCapt FumeCapt
Capt Dooley who was JUt In command commandof
of the Tenderloin by ItlcAdoe b trans transferred traMferred transterred ¬
ferred from rom Hamilton avenue aven Brooklyn Brooklynto Brookl Brooklto
to Elizabeth street Few precincts are aremore aremore aremore
more important than the one he is taking takingbecause takl taklbCCftuse takingbecause
because it includes not only a crowded crowdedsection crowdedsection crowdedsection
section of the East Side SIde but also China Chinatown Cblnato Coinstown ¬
town to n It is generally regarded r as rank ranking ranking ¬
ing next in importance to the Tenderloin TenderloinIt
It was the plum in the present list of oftransfers oftransfers oftransfers
transfers transfersDooley transfersDoole transfersDooley
Dooley Doole was the man whom McAdoo McAdoodubbed McAdoodubbed McAdoodubbed
dubbed Honest Dooley The former com commissioner commlS8loner omitmissioner ¬
missioner rescued him from Coney Island Islandand Ilan Ilanand handand
and put him in charge of the Tenderloin TenderloinOne TenderlolftOne TenderloinOne
One of Gen Binghams first r acts was to toremove toremove toremove
remove him from that jtost and relegate relegatehim relfIKIltehim relegatehim
him to Brooklyn Since then until now he hehas hehas hehas
has had hR no opportunity to show what he hecould hecould hecould
could do and Mulberry street bad begun begunto
to imagine that he had been forgotten forgottenMiles forgottenMiles forgotteAMiles
Miles OReilly another of McAdoos fa favrites fa faorltes favorites
vrites and also a former Tenderloin csar csaris czarIs csaris
is likewise rescued from Brooklyn and as assigned as assigned ussigned ¬
signed to the Mercer street precinct where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he will have plenty of opportunity to toshow toshow toshow
show what lie can do in finding ftndln pool poolrooms poolrooms poolrooms
rooms Capt Ca t Shaw another man whom whomMr whomlIr whomMr
Mr McAdoo looked upon as honest and andcapable andcapnble andeapabie
capable is brought from the Adams street streetstation streetstation streetstation
station in Brooklyn a cost of secondarl secondarlimportance seconc1arImpor secondarlimportnce
importance Impor nce to the Fifth street station stationBridal NationDrIc1nl stationBridal
Bridal Bouquets of Artistic Beauty BeautyFreshest Dcaut DcautFroshcst BeautyFroshest
Freshest choicest flowers Shatter 14 I IXo INo
Xo 0 coal dust or trouble Sanitary Sniiltnryboaters SanItnryhMters Sanitaryheaters
boaters Off OftA Radiators Pctn rcmn flemntratIon ° n trationj
503 9th th tl st nw
1
WILL SURROUND THETJTES THETJTES3InJ THE UTES UTES31nJ
3InJ Gen Greely Now Awaits Arrival Arrivalof rrhnl rrhnlf
of f Ilelnforcemcntn IlelnforcemcntnCheyenne IlelntorecmcntCheenne ItcinforcementsCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Oct 36 GTIle The band of ofUte ofUte ofUt
Ute Ut Indians Indla 8 to be Munded up by cavalry cavalryand cavalryand wlry wlryand
and escorted back b ck to their reservations reservationsare
are now OR Little Powder River about aboutfifty aDMItftftT abautfifty
fifty miles north of Gillette Wyo and andtemporarily aD aDy andtemporarily
temporarily y camped on account of tho thostorm thostorm thestorm
storm storm3aJ stormMS
storm3ki
3aJ Gen Greely haM ordered out two twomora twomore twomore
more troops of the Tenth Cavalry and aa aasoon 1UIU assoon
soon a U thea t these troops arrive the entire bat battalion battalion battalion ¬
talion will in mpve mt Ye forward surround the theladlanit tileJlldam theIndians
Indians and demand the surrender of the theUtra tJtoU thelJte
Utra U lJte who ar are iW strong rong If they still re retwe refuse re refuse ¬
fuse to accompany the troops an attack attackwfli attackwill j
will 1H be the only alternative alternativeA
A report cent eat East today to lQ that the tIm Utostad UteI11M tImhad 1
tad killed five cowboys eewb ys te false falseThe falleThe falseThe
The only om news Jae from AVyo Vyorplag ilng yestep yestepdagr 7esterregardllt yoster4mg
dagr regarding the situation of the Ute UtcImttaas UtelJMJIaDs lJtehadhuns
Imttaas wait a telegram received by the theWar eWar theWar
War Department asking ukl S that two tv Indian Indianintcrpreies Indianhiterpreza
intcrpreies be sent to Guide and add adding addl addlag ¬ I
lag l g that the Utes are now encamped about abootforty aboutforty aboutforty
forty miles north This was taken by byofficials bY1 byogicials
officials of the Interior Depar Department neat to tomean 10moan I In
mean n that the Indians are willing to toconfer toconfer I Iconter
confer conferDUNNE conterDUNNE conferDUNNE
DUNNE WEEPS BEFORE JURY JURYCIilQiigo JURYC1ingo i ii
i I ICJllqno
CIilQiigo Mayor Han HH Feeling FeelingDeeply FeelingsleeIy I Ii IJcelh
i
Deeply Wounded by Xctvxpapcr XctvxpapcrChicago NcwspnperChicago eJllpaler eJllpalerCbkaIO
Chicago Oct 25 25JtlaJW Mayor Dunne yester yesterday yesterdy ¬ i
day < went before the grand jury and de demanded de demaDded domandcd ¬
manded the indictment of the editors editorsand editorsaDd editorsand
and managers of the Chicago o Tribune Tribunefor Tribunefor I Itor
for criminal libel for publishing ptlblbb an edi editorial editorial cdltonal ¬
torial attacking the mayors school board boardappetetmenta BoardappeIatmenta hoardappshistments
appetetmenta The mayor charges that thathis thathJs the t this
his chancier was assailed led by the pub publication publication pubIlcatlon ¬
lication of the following followl paragraph paragraphWhen paragraphWhen pb pbWhea
When Mayor Dunne Dan packs tue board boardof HNtnIo boardof
of o education with ltb freaks freaka cranks mono monomaniacs monomantaa monomantaea ¬
maniacs and beodters and turns t over to tothem totbeIn totheta
them the care of one of the greatest greatestschool greatestschool 1 18ehooI
school systems to this liii country be Is do doing doiq dolag ¬
lag much ucla to bring bri Chicago into disco disrepute discopate ¬ I
pete puteThe petewcmt pateThe The mayor went into the Jury room roomalone roomalone I Ialone
alone He remained longer than half an anhour aftboar anhour
hour and when ho emerged tears were wereon wereon wereon
on his cheeks and he seemed much af affected aCteeted affeced ¬
fected fecedSEE1FIRE f fQ1717 I ISEEFIRE
Q1717 SEEFIRE SEE1FIRE oM 17TDI rlim VICTIMS inWTTtfC ilulllo DIE DIEI TYfE DIECrowd iM iMCrowd
I Crowd Is Helpless Outside OutsideKansas Ou OutsideKalIas ide idelall
Kansas lall KalIas 1 City Tenement TenementNUMBER 1Cll TeiiementNUMBER lnellt lnelltNUMBER
NUMBER OF DEAD NOT KNOWN KNOWNFolly KNOWNIull KNOWNlPully
Folly Iull Half n Dozen Relieved eJlen d to Be Bein Dein
in Ruins Which Arc Still Smoul Smouldering SmoulderJnJ3lnuy SmouldcrhigMaiiy ¬
dering derJnJ3lnuy Mniiy Injured Arc Removed Removedin
in Hospitals lIo3pltnbOocnpant2t Occnpantn Cut Off Offfrom Onfront Offfront
front the Fire Escape ISscnpeKins H EscapeXapw c pe pex
x Kins CHy Me Oct Oo 5Lfl Let me meburn meGoiII meburn
burn but Jer Gods GoiII safee Jut save aTe ve my chii chiiMB chn chnerteI clii cliidma
dma MB cried erteI a WDHM wamea at a afGar aas foartiiHKary foartiiHKarywirta lry lryhl
wirta as sin beM a a email child to inMaeti JM JMfcr liefa
fcr tl e streets ftbeI w betew humtredu or ortmMItId mm mmwere Rn Rnere
were ere suiM surging b arouted the big fourstory fourstoryChamber fovet0r7Chamber fourstoryChamber
Chamber of Commerce BtrfMae g to inma Kan Kansas Actt ¬
sas City ctt gins while it was burning burningshortly burningortly burningshortly
shortly after midnight t The men were alt allready altreHY altready
ready to help but they were powerless powerlessto
to do so The windows soon fitted with withfrauded withtrftaIecI withfrenzied
frenzied men women and children and andthe an4the andthe
the woman with the child J4 to her arms n was waslost wati watiJo8t svaahost
lost among them themMen tIMmLMen the theen
Men en were running about begging for forbidders forIadIIen forladders
bidders while women were re to the streets streetsand 8tr streeltiand els elsI
and on the curbstones eurb weeping Wft and wring wringtog wrtaclac wringlag
I tog then hands handsTurned haIIdlurnefl bandsTurned
Turned Hose 1I0 c on Victim YleUmWIIe VictimsWhen VictimWhen
When the first flee truck drove ua the thewindows tbeI thewindows
windows of the building w wlle re filled lled with withmen withm withmen
I men and women many of them clinging to toprojection toI toprojections
projection outside e of the buildm building Be Before Be Before Before ¬
I fore the ladders arrived the hose com companies compauta cornponies ¬
ponies swayed ed water on these people Xi Xian n nan
I an endeavor end to save them When the themen themea themen
men attempted to put up the ladders laddersshowers IaddecsOfoerS laddersabuweri
showers of bricks fell on them from the theold theold theold
old watts wattsIt WAIlsIt wallsIt
It will be Friday and possibly Saturday Saturdaybefore s ttmJay ttmJayItefere Sitttndaybefore
before it can be definitely ascertained hew hewma hewpeople hewassay
ma assay y people lost their lives In the fife fifeSo ftreSIt lire8s
So far two bodies hare been recovered recoveredthree recoYeredtlmte recoveredthres
three are known to be fatally injured injuredwfcfle InJvredwIdIe injuredwhile
while a dozen ethers ot r are at hospitals hospitalssuflfcrtog bcMtphafrom hospitalsssr1ng
suflfcrtog from injuries incident I Dt to the t e fire fireBodies ftreDodles lireBodies
Bodies in the Ruins RuinsThe RuinsTM RuinsThe
The rums ruins are still smouldering SIftOuld rlDg which whichfact whichtaetuaUy whichfact
fact taetuaUy greatly retards clearing away the thedebris th thdeWIs thedeliria
debris The Intense heat has prevented preventedaa preventedcqIIora
aa exploration cqIIora ttoR of the basement of the thetenement theteftemeBt thetenement
tenement building which is filled to a adepth adertJt adepth
depth of several feet with broken timbers timbersand tI tIand timbersand
and the rums ruins of fallen wallsIt wallsIt walls wallsIt
It is i believed tonight that fully half a adoaen adoaen adoses
doaen bodies bo will 111 be found in the ruins ruinswhile rutnswhUe ruinswhile
while there is a possibility that twice that thatnumber thatlUMber thatnumber
number of people lost their lives MveaThe lveTIle livesThe
The property loss is now placed xt altoO SMW 5100G
toO G onehalf of which is covered cov red by In Insurance Insuraace Insurance ¬
surance There were Sireescapes on the thebuikling UleDu thebuilding
building Du dt two on the west and one on the thenorth theaortb thenorth
north side de The lire started near the theescape thencape theescape
escape so that many were cut off off There ThereI There Therewere Therewere
were between betw A IS l 5 and ISO people in the thebuilding theWiding thebusikilag
I building when the fire broke out out many manyof man manof manyof
of whom have KJt Jt yet been beard from fromPLANS fromPLANS rein reinPLANS
PLANS FUNERAL PUNER ENDS NDS LIFE LIFEChicago LIFEChicago LIFEChicago
Chicago Merchant Kills Himself in IIIlreoencc inrrcsence
1 Presence of Undertaker UndertakerChicago Ul t7iidcrtnkcrChicago dcrtnl cr crCIticaco
Chicago Oct 25 August 1tSt Moeckel Moeckelwealthy a awealthy awealthy
wealthy hardware hanlw merchant gave ve orders ordersfor urtlersfor ordersfor
for his funeral today sat down on a acouch acouch acouch
couch in the office ef f the undertaker to towhom towhom towhom
whom he had just handed his letter of ofi 0IMtrucUons ofInstructIons
i Instructions and shot himself through throughthe throushthe throughthe
the head dying Instantly InstantlyMeeckel IDtitaatlyMHckel instantlyMueckel
Meeckel was a stranger strangei to Undertaker UndertakerJ
J H Hfcrtwick whom he employed to tocare tocare tocare
care for his boCy He entered the offlce offlcehue omceate 0111cclate
hue this afternoon pulled a sealed en envelope envelope envehope ¬
velope from Ills pocket and gave ve it to toHartwick toHtrtwlek toHartwick
Hartwick with 1th the remark that It would wouldexplain wouldexplain wouldexplain
explain itself itnelfAs ttMlrAs itselfAs
As the undertaker turned to Ills I 5 desk deskte deskt8 deskto
te read he heard a shot behind him and andwhirling lidwhirling andwhirling
whirling around sew his visitor tor toppling topplingfrom topplingfro topplingfrom
fro from his 1 seat to t the floor After giving givingminute ShlngmlMte givingminute
minute instructions for the funeral ar arrangements arnts arrangements ¬
rangements nts the letter asked that the thesuicides thesuicides thesuicides
suicides body be cremated crematedMoeekels crematedoeckels crematedMoeckels
Moeekels business was wa in excellent excellentcondition excellentcondition t tcondllion
condition and his h family relations of the themost themost theinoit
most pleasant pleasantSAGE pleaantSAGE pleasantSAGE
SAGE SERVANTS REWARDED EEWABDEDOld
Old EmploycH Entplo cK Given 2OOO Apiece Apieceliy Apieceby plece plece1y
liy Millionaires Widow WidowNew WidowNew VidovNew
New York Oct 25 25Flve Five servants of the theRussell UteRwIIeIl theRussell
Russell Sage household at Cedarcroft CedarcroftLong CedllrcrotrLong CedareroftLong
Long Island are rejoicing today in tha thareceipt th thteetr tharcelr
receipt frcm the late money lenders lenderswidow lender lenderwidow lenderswidow
widow of gifts of 2400 each as the re reward re reward reward ¬
ward of long years rs of faithful service serviceCharles serviceCllarlu serviceCharles
Charles Boss the old coachman was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the first t recipient Mrs Sage S6Se told him himfurtitr himfurther himfurtier
further that she Intended to put up a as40i
I s40i 4000 cottage for him himThe himThe himThe
The oth otht other > r beneficiaries of Mrs 10 Sages Sagesgenerosity Sagsgenerosity Sagesgenerosity
generosity were women servants who Iwve Iwvebcn bi biben htveA >
A ben in her employ fcr it r twenty tWl1t years cars
EXPLOSION REVEALS REVEALSPLOTTERS REVEALSPLOTTERSllAllS
PLOTTERS PLOTTERSllAllS PLOTTERSllAllSMaid HAUNT HAUNTI HAUNTMaid
I
Maid Inadvertently Sets Off OffHidden OffH 0fflliddeii
Hidden H l 1cll < Dynamite DynamiteIS D1JalnitcIS
IS DYING + IN 1 A i HOSPITAL HOSPITALTwo HOSPITAflTwo TIOSPITATwo
Two Arrests AIlcs Made in Conspiracy Conspiracyto COIlspira T Tto
to Wreck 1Y reel Train Train3Icn lJra raiii raiiiMen 1t 1tJlcn
Men Suspected SUSI > eeted of Connection irith irithAttempt WIUtA rrlthAttempt
Attempt A ttcmpt on J Lake ike Shore Limited LimitedIlnd LImitednnd LimitedHad
Had to DC DcJIt ilciflirried Hurried rrled Away Avn > to Escape EscapeMob BseaeIIob EscapeMob
Mob Bent on Lynch L LyncliingInnoccut LyncliingInnoccutVictim > JtcJJlngInnocc I ngr Innocent InnocentVictim t tIctlm
Victim Ictlm Loses Both Her Limhs LfmbsEx LfmbsExplO1fion LimbsHiplosion Ex Explosion ¬
plosion Endangers Powder Plant PlantAetna PlantAetJ1a PlantAetna
Aetna Ind Oct 28 GTbc The exnloBtoH cx of a amagaztne ampzfRo amagazine
magazine oC secret > explosIves explo t in a board boarding OOarding boardbig ¬
ing house here fatally injuring Jajurintyoung a ayoung ayoung
young wman W011MUl who unknowingly k1to y trod in inthe inthf inthe
the deadly 08 ly mine today lid Mewing 1JIewln up upthe upthe upthe
the building endangering many Jives and andjeopardlaing an4jcoPAr andjeopardluing
jeopardlaing jcoPAr blng ibe the be beg mg powder pHtat t hero herowilt heIfwill herewill
will prabaWr bring to Justice the nr m mwho mwho > a awho
who threatened to dynamite d7 U11te the Lake LakeShore LakeShore LakeShore
Shore Limited unless U1IIe8BOOO 000 was thrown to tothem tothem tothem
them from the train tramL trainLena trainLena
Lena Emblem a housemaid who inno innocently innocently lanecostly ¬
cently set off the explosIve e lie 11 Mm in hrpital a hOt hospital hOtpltal ¬
pital dying One 0 of her limbs wei tum torn tornoff tomort tornoff
off by the blast The other was ordered orderodamputated on1er on1eramputaled orderedamputated
amputated When she was dragged from fremthe fromthe m mthe
the ruins ruinsTwo luinaTwo ruinsTwo
Two men who occupied the room room1 in the theboarding ueboarcn timboarding
boarding boarcn house In which Miss BeaMera BeaMerawas B aIII aIIIWU nisides nisidesWn
was WU clearing clcarlJt up when she 0 stepped epped8ft en the theexpioiivoB UIecxploihesCarl theexplosivosOnrI
expioiivoB cxploihesCarl Carl Packard and Fred Ger Gernemng Gernel1l Geenerungare
nemng nel1l nerungare brc are under arrest at Crown Pout FetotOfficers P PO PoutOfficers
O Officers leers saved them from the fury ef f a amob amob amob
mob that t at sought to lynch them after afterexplosion the thecxptarion Utec
explosion c n
cxptarionPrisoners
Prisoners Must Explain ExplainThe ExplainThe 3plnJn 3plnJnThe
The prisoners will new have Vie to ex explain oxplain axplain ¬
plain what they know kA w conearnmg COMernl8r fine finepjot tileplot theplot
plot to wreck wr k the train traI and vfry vMtqbIe miy a verHa verilehi verHaWe
We hi magazine of high expioaiTes eCpIo TS was oen oenceakd Q aencanied n ncealed
ceakd in their room roomIt rootnIt roomIt
It vas while a a posse was scouring XOIIIJ tin tinmarshes tileJtlrsIteB themarshes
marshes and all the surrounding country eotiMtrrfor cou coufor countryfor
for truces of the plotters who had threat threatened threatened threatcued ¬
ened to blew up the Limited train that thatthe tllatthe thatthe
the ex explosion at Aetna occurred occurredThe oecwrMrile occurredThe
The roar of the blast attracted the men menthroughout DMnlbro menthroughout
throughout lbro bout the neighboring rJaS powder plant plMltand plM1tan plantand
and farmers as far eway awa v aa uMUkns Millers SUm Station SCatioa SUmtiOis ¬
tion tioa who thronged th to the seeac to an antho mtethe tte ttetno
the magasme magasmeTieii magazine masa3lDetHn magazine1um
Tieii 1um they learned what had occurred occurreda occ1llft1molt
a a mob formed Intent on hunting out the tliethieves lethleTes thethieves
thieves who had secreted the expleetrtf expleetrtfin
in the room Carl Packard and Wred WredGernertHig JrredG 1edOernecuuig
GernertHig G rJIeIVIIg were ached elRClaIId and were m illCI dwi dwiger s sget
get CI ef r being lynched when deputy deput deput1m ahei aheiiffi m mhtt
iffi 1m rflehed the Imperiled men to Crews CmraPoint CNwPoMt CrewsPoint
Point PoMtInnn
Ulan hiInnio to Capture Men MenJSWbaMite Menis1en Icn IcnEhI
JSWbaMite EhI is1en Diua ijsa w wweiaJllIor wom n kM la for th thf thtiofkt eap eaptvxe
tvxe tiofkt t tk l least 1 e eRe e ef eftM the bund bundw bliOfte biindwiole
w wiole > rot te three t1Ir threatening tbrea letters to the theftda1li W Wfld 01Adals
fld ftda1li l > of the company COI JWUl7 demanding ndlng ndlngant1 Alt Altand 0 0and
and stating that the tram would b bf > blown btowuup 1JIeW1tup blownup
up h It this sum was not delivered t t4 him LThe hissrho himThe
The last day of grace see by the theletter > baadtU baadtUletter 1IaDIIUJetter
letter was Wednesday Ve Deeday Before that day dayarrived k katTfved daarrived
arrived all phwe were complete comple ice lorcaptUre tJ tJcapture the thecapture
capture A dummy d train was made madeop aideup C Cup
up and sent ahead of the Limited LimitedScores Llmlt LlmltSeores LimitedScores
Scores of deputies boarded thi tb this uafti uaftiThe tndILThe i iThe
The train was 88 going at almost a mfle st stminnie iImhmte aminute
minnie when the shot bot designated ted by 1QIbalMUt b t tbandit the thebandit
bandit waa reached Two shots w re reftrflll re relir re reflrwl
flrwl lir by the bandit bandittbe the signal l he had bedranged ar arranged arranged ¬
ranged As the train slowed down do doof a bug bugof bugof
of sand was dropped to the ground A Aminute Aminute Aminute
minute later the detectives and mtr mtrshai aitrshala r
shai shala 13 sviamped over the ground bet the thebandits UtelMuadtts thebandits
bandits had escaped escapedGET escapedGET escapedGET
GET FAMOUS BEAR DOG DOGIcnnsylvnnln DOGlcnn DOGPennsylvania
Pennsylvania lcnn hauln Farmers Secure Pros President PrOIlIdent Prosdents ¬
dent dents Hound to Stop StopRalds StopRaldsWlIkesbarre StopRaldsWllkesbttrre Raids RaidsWllkeebarre
Wllkeebarre Pa Oct 3 SOne One of Pre President ident Prmident ¬
dent Roosevelts famous bear hounds is isto isto isto
to ne used in an effort to dear out the thebears thebears thebears
bears that infest the section around Jawi Jawiam JaMIson Tndson
son City CityThe CityThe CityThe
The dog was one of those used hi the theWest tIteest theWest
West est two years age by the President and andwas aadwas andwas
was presented by him to the late Dr Ben Benham BMbarn Banham
ham of Fairmount Springs SprlB who died tlJedshort K Kshort ashort
short time ago It then came into posses possession POSWIsIon posmision ¬
sion of James T Brady of Jamison Cfty Cftyand Cltyand b band
and arrived at his Kennels yesterdayThe ytrdayThe yesterday re trdlFThe
The dog will 111 be used hi tracking bears bearsThere beaTaThere bearsThere
There are so many in that section that thatthe thuthe thatthe
the farmers are greatly annoyed by them tbemand tke1lland themand
and almost daily some fresh reh story of their theirraids tM1tnlds thaTtraids
raids upon the farms is l told toldEXHIBITS toldEXHIBITS toldEXHIBITS
EXHIBITS EPILEPTIC EEEAKS EEEAKSSociety FREAKSSociety REAXSSociety
Society Is Denounced for Making JnklnsJlonc MakingMoney MakingMoney
Money Jlonc Out of Unfortunates UnfortunatesChicago UnfortunateChIcago UnfortunatesChicago
Chicago Oct Oct 25 White the State of ofIllinois orIllinois ofIllinois
Illinois delays de1a to provide for the care careof careor careof
of epileptics the State Horticultural and andAgricultural nd ndAgrlcultural ndAgricultural
Agricultural Society reaps a revenue from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the exhibition of such unfortunates as aswild ISwUd aswild
wild women and snake ke eaters said saidSuperintendent sa sastSuperintendent ill illSuperintendent
Superintendent G A Zeiler of th South SouthBartonville SouthBartol11J1e SouthBartonvihie
Bartonville Insane Asyum Asy before a con conference contcronee conferenee ¬
ference of charities at Hull House this thisevening thiscenlng thisevening
evening eveningThis cenlngThls eveningTins
This society organized or to promote promotefriendly promoleltiendl promotefriendly
friendly ltiendl rivalry among the States Stale yet yetman yetnina u uman
man has l aa so far forgotten itself as d dcounteRR o ocountenance ecountenance
counteRR countenance CO unhallowed displays displayshuman nf nfhuman Ir Irhumnn
human monstrosities ttes at 10 cents a head headReceipts headRecotpts headReceipts
Receipts from liquor booths and tire tirerakeoft tJJfrakeort tivsrakeoff
rakeoft from the wheel wbe 1 of fortune W Wfr Wfronce weronce TI TIonce
once necessary neees but none of these evils evilswas evikwas vi viWBS
was as repulsive rcpul lve as the dragging into intopublicity In intopublicity to topublicitY
publicity of creatures who should h ho hothe ve vethe yethe
the States protection protectionnot n1IOt not be exploited exploitedby exploitedby exploitedby
by it itTha ItThf itTha
Tha gatherings galb ng8 purpose e was to aovanoe aovanoelegislation aQyancelegislation aevancelegislation
legislation for f < a State colony of epileptics epilepticsThe fpIJcpticiTho epilepticsThe
The exposure of the shocking exhioHions exhioHionsat
at the State Stat and street fairs was the themost t themost be bemG5t
most dramatic incident of the meeting meetingI meetingFUNERAL meetingFUNERAL
I FUNERAL PARTY IN WEEGK WEEGKThree WREOK WREOKTarec WREOILThree
Three Killed iUcfl n and nl Two Injured When WhenTrain WhenTrain hcll hcllTrain
Train Hits Conch CoachNew ConchNew ConchNew
New York York Oct 25 25Tbree Three of a family taIywere familywere familywere
were killed and two t wo others oth of it injured injuredlast Jraj aedlist iUj ved vedlast
last evening when a Long Island railroad raII raIItnlin nsIlrosdtrain railroadtrain
train crashed into a coach returning from froma
a a funeral In n Calvary Cemetery at atandHowell ihrst ihrstand Jtfrstftnd
and andHowell Howell avenues In the COMH couch driven drivenby drivenDY drivenby
by Edgar J Griffith fortysix years ef efage eCage ofage
age were Mr Ir and Mrs Patrick Healy Healytheir HeaJ HeaJtJtelr Healytheir
their children Anna and Eleanor Elo ItOr and amiThomas andTboJfttts andThomas
Thomas Lynch a brother of Mrs Mral Healy HealyDlct neatDlelt HealyDies
Dies na Ship Reaches Port PortVictoria PortVictoria PortVictoria
Victoria British Columbia C lumbla Got 25 25The RThe akThe
The British steamship Blythewood ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived last night seventyftve seven 1he days from fromHalpong fromHalpong frontHaipong
Halpong with Capt C t Pritchard dead He Hedied n ndied Hedied
died after a weeks illness mees within sigUt sigUtof sigitof ght ghtof
of land off the tn entrance entran e to the strain strainand stmlUand stratiand
and the body was brought here for burial

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