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Lipton to Try for Clip Cn 1 Under UnderSTew Ulul UiidcrNew r rN
STew N w Measurement Eules Rl RlRACE RulcsRACE i iHACE
RACE WILL BE HELD IN 1908Time 1908 1908Time 1908T1rn
Time T1rn Too Short to t Bnild Yncltt for forXcxt forCxt fnrNext
Next Cxt Year Is General llellef UcllefCon UcllefConf BeliefConferenue Con Conferenoe
ferenoe f renue Held lieu with W t1t Lending Mcm Mcmliers Menaber Iem IemJCr3
liers ber JCr3 of oftbe the Xciv ew York Yacht Club ClubFife ClubI ClubFife
Fife I Ue and Mltner Are tile Designers DesignersXew DeRinerXew BcJdgner3New
Xew York Oct sir Sir Thomas Lipton Liptonwill LiptonWill Uptonwiti
will be given another chance to lift theAmericas theAmericas the theAmericas
Americas Cup CupA CupA CupA
A race under the new rule of measure measurement measurement meesuzenent
ment of th the New York Yacht Club Is s now nowassured nowHssurcd nowassured
assured the club itself to accept a chal challenge challenge chL1enge
lenge from Sir r Thomas Lipton in a thor tborough thorough thoroigh
ough sportsmanlike spirit spiritSir spiritSir spiritSir
Sir Thomas who long since set his face facei facetlgaln5t facengalnst
gainst i the old rule which was washy wa discarded discardedby dteexdedby
by the club a couple of years ago as pro productivc pr0d prOductlvc
ductivc d of freaks made his position clear cleartoday eleartoday deertoday
today at a conference with the flag offl offlrers 011Iers eMeers
rers ers and some of the leading members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the New York Yacht Club ClubThe ClubThe ClubThe
The conference took place at a dinner dinnerat dlDnera dinnerut
at a t the Midway Club CIUband and lasted nearly nearlythree nearlythree nearlYthree
three hours hoursProminent houraProminent hoursProminent
Prominent Yachtsmen Preent PresentAmong PreentAmong preentAmong
Among those present raeot were Cornelius CorneliusVanderbilt ConacliuYallderbllt CorneliusVanderbilt
Vanderbilt commodore DO of the club Vice ViceCommodore ice iceCommodore cc ccCommodore
Commodore Henry Walters Rear Commo Commodore Commodore Coznniotlore
dore Seymour L L Hosted Jr Secretary SecretaryG
G A Cormfcfc A A C Smith W Butler ButlerDungan ButlerDungdn Butlerrunn
Dungan jr former Commodore E E 1 1Morgan D DMorgan DMorgun
Morgan fonner Commodore L L Cass CassLedyard CaaI azs azsLedyard
Ledyard I lrd Walter Wl ter C Kerr H A A Berkley BerkleyParsons BerkleyParsons BerkeyParsons
Parsons and E E L Lorillard LorillardA Lorlilardcba1Jenp
A challenge under the old rule of mean measurement meaatlrement meanrement ¬
urement tlrement it was early made ma clear was ab absolutely absolute1y absolutely
solutely out of t thi t th question neither Sir SirThomas SirThomas SIrThomas
Thomas nor any Britisher Brhh h r beta be willing to towaste towaste toWaste
waste time on a mere shell which is fit fitonly titBRly litrniy
only for the junk heap after the tileU1Idf race raceUnder raceUnder
Under the new rule which sets a ban on onthe onthe onthe
the freak and provides for the th building bnfldintfof
of a wholesome boat boat not a mere mere racing racingmachine raeIDcmachlDe
e machine Sir Thomas assured the yachts yachtsmen yaclttameR yachtSmon
men he was willing to take another anotherchance anotherctaauce anotherchanee
chance for the cup cupHarmony eoIHanIaoay cnnNarmony
Harmony and good fellowship prevailed prevailedtarooghoot ftalJedtJInMIaboat prevailedthroughout
throughout and Sir Thomas was well wellVtemed wellpJeae4 wellpleased
pleased with the spirit in which his hisproposals hJawere hiswem
proposals were wemSir received receivedSir receivedSir
Sir Thomas Will 111 Not Talk TalkEverybody TnllE Talkerybetty
Everybody E erybetty Y seemed m In a happy frame frameoC framefit frameof
oC mind when the conference ended and andSfe aDdSIr andTbnnas
SIr Thomas Tllamas said saidI aidI saidI
I am perfectly satisfied with the theapRjsttr tbewbJch theapbi
apRjsttr apbi fat which I was received yy by the therfsmitsimt thedill thesf
rfsmitsimt dill at the luncheon I am not at atliberty atU atlaerty
liberty to say 7 anything about the meet meeting meetbaa meetIn ¬
baa In hut I was handsomely treated It Itleft It1elt Itleft
left nothing to desire So far as the themembers theDIeIIIbenI themembers
members present p t are concerned every everything everytlaiDc everYthing ¬
thing is all right rightTfce tt1Iae rightThe
The Xftce rite will probably net t take place placewttfi place11IItft placeuntil
until UK a as the time now remaining for fortbe forImulag
1 timing the challenge c is very limited By Bythe BytM Bythe
the deed of gift tt of the cup ten months monthsawait JDOIItbst nsmthnmt
await elapse between the issuing of the thechallenge theellaBenge thechallenge
challenge and the races ra ana aa an it is desir desirttte 4les1raHe denirable
able ttte to have them in August certainlYDOt certainlynot certainly certainlynot
not later than September SeptemberThe Septembern1e SeptemberThe
The challenge will come through the theRoyal the1oJal theb
b Royal Ulster Yacht adat Club Club as it did for forthe toro forthe
o the three Shamrocks and both life and andMiiner alldlIner andMimer
Miiner lIner are likely Jtk ly to have a hand in inconstructing Incoutructtug innatrncdng
1 4 4Thrcc
Three Thousand Troops < anil Civil Civilians ChUfanl Clvii1an3 ¬
ians to Dedicate Monument lIonumcntVkItsburg MonumentVcksburg MonumentVtcksburg
Vtcksburg Miss M Oct 25 2LTbree Three ape special apecIal apedat ¬
cial trains bearing ri 2061 Z troops and 1660 1660etrittans 1 1etri 1000dvftians
etrittans etri arrived here this afternoon from fromCMcasje fromCIIIcqB frontchkm
CMcasje chkm t to participate tomorrow in the theceremonies tbededIeatbIc thecrelm
ceremonies dedicating the me 190000 000 marble omarbIeAIICt marbleand marbleMid
Mid brow temple recently completed In hithe IntIae Inthe
the National Military Park as a a me meraorial meII8dal menineIni
raorial to Illinois troops who fell during duringttoe durtac1M duringthe
the elms of Ylcksborg Vk The party 1JU y is isJtmAeA IsIty Islsd
lsd by Gov Beneeit and former < Gov GovYato GovYates GovYtee
Yates YatoThe YteeThe
The visitors were welcomed We to Missis Mississippi i JaslsVby is isGov ¬
sippi fey Gov Vardaman at Jackson this thismamfajt tbiswbere thinjeerislag
mamfajt where a brief stop was made madeGen madeGeeV
Gen St9iien D Lee Commanderinchief Commanderinchiefof
of the United Confederate Veterans will willdefiver willdeIiY wiltdeliver
deliver an address at the ceremonies ceremoniesA
A novel I piece of furniture to be cx cxbibtted exbibIted cxhibited
bibtted here during the ceremonies is a achair achair
chair made of oak that was used by G Gn GtflU m mTT
TT S S Grant during the campaign at Port PortGibson PortGIllEn PortGibson
Gibson when the battle was fought there thereMay therehray
May 7 1 11I MO The chair is the property of of34ts of ofIn of4rs
34ts Mary Hfchie MIchie who inherited it as asan SUIaD anan
an heirloom from her father fatherSLAYS tath fathrSLAYS r rSLAYS
Sli Shoots ots In SelfDefense ScIfDc cnHC Man Whose WhosePurolu WIIoMCV VhOHePurole
V Parole She Secured SecuredMobile SccurcdMDbOe Sceureilblobile
Mobile Ala Oct 25 5Mra Mrs Mary Bower Bowertwentyfour Bowered wer wertwentYtour
ed twentyfour shot and killed her dl diI dlJrusband dliced
iced I husband Thomas Bower last lastMkjcfet lastat lasthst
Mkjcfet hst at tV tVtheir their home in this city The Then Thewas Thewn
wn n was arrested and when asked if ifshe ifJIad Ithe
she he had any stataznent statzrnt nt to make replied repliedI
V I did It in seadefense 14efelllie If somebody somebodywere mmebodywere somebodywere
were to come to you and say I am aiOiD aiOiDto going goingtefet goingtotnt
tefet to you 7OUtoaIbt tonight wouldnt yon protect protectyourself pretedWIly protect3OutaeIf7
yourself Why din I ever go p to the gov govmor pY811IOI g geenor
811IOI mor and ask aa for his parole I went nt to totbe to1M totint
tint 9ov governor rnor and got on my knees and andaaJted dtor anded
aaJted ed for this mans maD parole As JII soon as asI anI
I 4U my family at Brewton turned m JIM out outf outflfmy outV
Cardinal Giliuoiin Present nt Services Servicesin
in JVcw Pittsbursr IittAbnr Structure StructureI1tttsb Structure1Jt1MMlrs StructurePlttabQrL
I1tttsb 1Jt1MMlrs rg Pa Oct 2SThc Thc apostolic apostolicdelegate aOfitoliccIde8ate apostolicdelegate
delegate to the United States DIomede DtomedejPWeonie DIomedepr DiomedeieoIs
jPWeonie ieoIs presided pr lded over 0 1 the ceremony e mollT at attending atteMhac attIdtng ¬
tending the consecration tion and dedication dedicationof
of St St Pauls PaIII Roman Catholic Cathedral CathedralMve Cathedraly
is Mve yesterday y The consecration eon ecraUoa mass massr mance1ebratecl masswas
r was celebrated by Cardinal Gibbons bou and andsermon adl1te andthe
the sermon rmon was delivered by Very Rev RevleiiB RevFIdeUI RevYldeI
FIdeUI YldeI leiiB Kentstone KentstoneTbe JteotstonerIM KentatoneTh
rIM Th cathedral cost tt0MC3 and is one oneeC onef oneof
eC die grandest structures of Its kind in inike in1M Inthe
Hnslmnd 11 nt land Killed 1 Train Pram XCTT cw York Yorkolllun YorkWontait
Woman olllun Takes Poison PoisonUtica IoJllonUtica lolsonUtica
Utica N Y Oct 2 50Mrs Mrs Schuyter W WFrame WPrarnt V VJlnmw
Frame whose husband was killed on onthe ontbe onthe
the Rome Watertown and Ogdensburg Ogdensburgewssing Ocden cdensburgersosing burg burgenJSsing
ewssing in the village of Bameveld rneveld three threeweeks threeWttk8 threewetks
weeks ago committed suicide today by bytaking bytaking bycarbolic
taking carbolic acid acidSht acidSht acidSt1
Sht St1 bad been despondent de8pond > nt since the thedeath thelltth thetlth
death of her husband and drank V the thepoison theJOIIIOn thepoison
poison after she uad ad commenced the din dismantling dis dismantling dinmantling ¬
mantling of her home for the purpose of ofremoving ofmoing ofremoving
removing moing to this city She was sixtyfive sixtyfiveyears t sixtyfiveyears lxtyflefars
years fars of ag agPHONE <
It i may ma be said vifbont few of ofcontradiction olrontradk1ion
41 contradiction ecntradt1 on that good nod pare Bran Brandy BraDdy BranI ¬
I I1 dy a afl 20an n alterative madfctoe It un unequaled 111I 111I1QUa1td U UciisIed
equaled io riEary eWlse for nfctae the thetriion tINtt1t1on thPil
il triion of the blood and n ntorlig ntorligToKJnn torii Qrbtg Qrbtgtlfftltb g gstrength
strength ToKulon T Ki < Jrn Brandies are arewe arean ar aralVe
we guurantwd I 1I alJt ahwlKtely pOle 1UIt > re Vary Varyti VttryItifl try tryIitilltj
ti Iitilltj Itifl till < J fi he en sltvc i w lIi iiifi j HVt only 0I11 00k and andin lIIdin nd ndI1
in ago from thnj io twelrc jears jearsOld ears earsolU
0111 Old 4 5c C to > 150 bvlUv bvtU
down on the regular Democratic Democratktlcket DemocratktlcketOlJjeetlou ticket ticketObjection ticketOldectien
Objection was raised ral ed to having bavin them on onthe onthe onthe
the Independence League Ll aguO > ticket on the theground th thnd theground
ground nd that one certificate certiftca te was used for forboth forboth forboth
both candidates but Justice Kelly holds holdsthat holdsthat holdsthat
number of ofsignatures oralsnatures ofsignatures
that as Ions as the necessary
signatures was 8 given tfv n of voters oters who reside reskieboth reflk1eboth resideboth
both in the Congressional l and senatorial senatorialdistrict senatorialdIstricts toril torild
district d trlcta the nominations are valid validThe vandThe validThe
The official ballot this year will 111 have six sixState et etSate etcState
State tickets t1ckebiRepubJlcan Republican Democrat So Socialist 50cJalat SoClalist ¬
cialist Prohibition SocialistLabor and andIndependence andIndependence mdIndependence
Independence League LeagueThere LeabUeThere LeagueThere
There are 4889 4 election districts in the theState theState theSlate
State of which 1481 l are in Greater New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York aad 3MO GI0 outside of Greater New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkUnion
Union Labor Greets Hearst HearstUnion HeurstUIdOD BeatatUnion
Union labor held a great t meeting meeUD at atMadison atliruon atfdion
Madison Square Garden tonight to toratify toratlty toratify
ratify William R Hearst nomination nominationfor
for governor Four labor parades from fromdifferent irontdUferent fromdifferent
different parts rt of the city carried thou thousands thouol thouasiwla ¬
sands of ualfla unloateta to the meeting The TheGarden TbGan1 TboGarden
Garden Gan1 was packed to suffocation and be between betweeR betweest ¬
tween 3MH I and 2M 0000 people thronged throngedthe throngedtJae throngedthe
the park There were two overflew meet meeting meetIIIP meetlags ¬
IIIP ing which Mr Hearst attended attendedMr attelMhdKr attendedMr
Mr Hearsts Hrst speech was chiefly eblo y on labor labertopics labortopIa labirta
topics ta He said id Chairman Gardner of the theHouse t1leHoOM theHouse
House Committee on Labor L or bold hoIddae hoIddaeelpthour taw taweighthour the theeIghthour
eighthour bill in committee until too late latefor Jawlor latefor
for the bills bill enactment into law at V Vinst tile tbelast tilelast
last session sessionHearst somioHearst
Hearst paid the following compliments complimentsto
to Speaker Cannon CannonThis CamIonna Cannonrbls
na This was w done Jon under the direction directionthat of ofthat orthat
that old rusty n ty Cannon who visited d New JfewYork NewYork NewYork
York and discharged a blast at me be before be before before ¬
fore half an audience at Durlandes RfcllttC Bk1h Bk1hAcademy
Academy I am glad to have Ute UtetUtty boa hostility boaditty ¬
ditty of that old muzzleloader H Be is ODe oaeoC ODeUte oneof
oC Ute enemies that I have e made m mftlillta m my 7 7for
fights for the principles that I am proud proudof proador proudMr
of ofMr
Mr Hearst leaves tomorrow OH his test testupState JutupState lastupState
upState tour tourNEW tourNEW tourEw
Great Variety Vnriet of Figures IrJure in Bight BightGubernatorial EightCubcrnntorInl BIghtGubernatorIal
Gubernatorial Contests ContestsThere ContclttlJTbere CoritcsUThere
There is usually a wide discrepancy ia iatbe lathe Inthe
the anteelection claims of f the contending contendingparties conteDdIDCparties contendingpetite
parties in New ew York State This year yeartbe yearthe yearthe
the estimates pf pt the campaign managers maaaprsare mazaersare managersare
are further ayart aart than ever But But after afterail afterall r rall
all the political peHU i history of the State ap appears appean appears ¬
pears to justify in large measure meuu the thewide theWIde theWide
wide variance between the estimates catboat of ofih0 oCf1M ofthe
the one and the other In no State in the tbeUnion theUDioR theUnion
Union have election results showed a agreater agreater agreater
greater variety of exhibits exhibitsThere exhibitTbeft exhibitsThere
There have been eight election elections tioDa of guy governors 3OVeI1IOrS guyzoo ¬
ernors zoo in the last twenty tweRt years t Of these thesetbe tbe8ethe thesethe
the Republicans have carried five and the tbeDemocrats theDemocrata theDemocrats
Democrats three threeThe threeTbe threeThe
The pluralities pIa1a1l of the t e candidates caD klates were wereas werean
as follows followsDtBmntie follows1Deseentle
DtBmntie JUSJ Msl wl e 1J3TB 1J3TBDoMcmtfc 1fI211D IIL IILDesaUc
DoMcmtfc D nnt Jl t Mai tMal1Gk wte ve UKUE UKUEHMDwocntfe aun LL LLnoIIfttI
HMDwocntfe n I HUOS total telaluNso tvtc UdSB UdSBKcpBUkan 1JIUi1Jt
uNso Jt If F M Mllinpsbikun ftCII ftCIIDttIte
llinpsbikun KcpBUkan WW DttIte flj tatal wte I Itotal 1In 1InJh lCl lClII1IIpUbMsaJ
II1IIpUbMsaJ Jh L 1111 toaaItIIIk total ate UJt li37L li37Lreel I IlCep
lCep iAI acIII 1S7A 1S7AUllJt lX3ns44lpIia V
UllJt ns44lpIia l1r a IIiiS total vote 1HT7W 1HT7WThe 111 ItlTSLThe
The largest I Republican vote ever cast castfor eastfor castfor I
for governor vernor was two years ago when whenHiggtos whenHiggins
Higgins H atu received 9X3M and the largest burgestDemocratic largestDemocratic t tDemoeratlc
Democratic vote was IIS s the same year when whenHerrlck whenHerrick I IHerrick
Herrick received 7 7704 7M There was less lessvariation Jeuvarlatioa leanvariation
variation in the twenty years in tbe Dem Democratic Democrattc Deanocratic ¬
ocratic than in the Republican vote voteThe voteThe voteThe
The elections of 191 and MM showed showeda
a great t Democratic slump amounting to a achange achaDse achange
change of 3M8S 85 votes ot but the very next nextelection nexteleetIon nexteiecdott
eleetIon election that of 1898 1118 showed a Republic Republicfalling Republican RepublleaDfaUins Republicanfafling
falling off of Dfe U0O7 2 Of that less Joa In Inthe BW BWthe 1100the
the Republicans regained SID and again againat a againat lR lRat
at the next ne t election 1S88 1 B they the lost Itejat ItejatAt aAt 1eZAt
At the last election for governor they theyrecovered tbeyrec theyrecovered
recovered rec 71767 71767The 71w 717071Db1 761 761IM
The majorities majerii1 fer President in the thetwenty thetwenQr thetwenty
twenty years were as follows f Utt Re Republican Re RepubHeaa Republican ¬
publican 1X0 1J08 S IMS pDenocratle Democratic QJ QJ111I OaS OaSISM W W1s
ISM Republican 3R4 3014M 1 11100 68 Republican Republican148J8S R RHI
148J8S HI 194 114M RepublIcan 17M92 17M92These 1 1The8e 170 170These
These ftgures show the renwtrkaWe loss lossto 1I lossto
I to the Democrats in the Presidential Pre kleftttal dee elections eIeeI deelions ¬
I lions of 1892 18 and ISM 1 of S14JC7 Sl4 and a loss lossto Joseto lossto
to the Republicans from HM In ISM of 17 17Tbere 17There
86 86There
There was always in New York a great greater greater t ttI ¬
er floating 8oatl and independentacting vote votethan votethan votethan
than in any other State This years years dee election deelion Iee IeetJon ¬
lion for for governor promises to find these theseelements theseelements theseelements
elements larger than ever and with both bothsides bothsides bothsides
sides and an election soothsayers 8OOtby agreeing agreeingthat agreeingthat eeln5 eeln5that
that party ties are binding blndin looser than thanever tlumever thanever
ever there Is less than ever in past elec elections eleottoaa eleclions ¬
lions of a basis for calculations as to the tberesult thereJlUlt theresult
result of a a week from next Tuesday TuesdayDAILY TuesdayDAILY TuesdayDAILY
Millionaire Editor Declares Paper PaperIs
Is A 4tgaliist Rains nilltt t Capital Cnpltnllllt CnpltnlllltCbicago CapitalistsChicago 1st 1stChicago
Chicago Oct 2k iThe The initial number of oftbe ofOM ofthe
the Chicago Daily Socialist Soel lb1t of which whichJoseph wblchJoseph whichJoseph
Joseph Medell Patterson is editor made madeIts ma4eIta madeits
Its appearance apqeanuace this afternoon It is an anetefipage aneIgpbe
etefipage JMt seven column publication with withtbe withthe
tile double column front page and five eel column coIUlDft eelama ¬
ama sauce znee for sensational settSfttioual cartoons Its Itseditorial Itseditorial
editorial announcement states distinctly distinctlythat distinctlythat distinctlythat
that This paper is against capitalists capitalistsqualifying eapltaltstsquaJibiof capitalistsqualifying
qualifying the reasons for this attitude attitudeby attitudeby attitudeby
by the explanation that the journalistic journalisticventure joumaJilJtJceRture journalisZlcventure
venture is for working men and women womenFollowing womenFoIlowtnr womenFollowing
Following the editorial announcement is isa Isprophecy isa
a a prophecy that a financial panic Is due dueand duand dvkand
and sure to come Such a time is 1 before beforetoday beforeno
us today and no one suggests s ts its preVen preVentkm pm pmtlon prea preatiorl
tkm save the socialists oeIa1it oeIa1itBut ts tsBut j
But instead tead oC the panic we would have havea bav bava
a picnic declares the prophet prophetCLOSING prophetCLOSmG prophetCLOSING
Albany houses Shot Up 1i on Complaint ComplaintMade Complaintjladc ComplaintMade
Made jladc to GOT Illgffins IllgffinsAlbany Jllgil1sAl lllgwinsAlbany
Albany Al BY N X Y Oct 25 5Gov Gov Higgins Higgmscontinues Higginscontinues Higginscontinues
continues to receive complaints of gam gambling gambllnt gainhUng ¬
hUng houses in New York While he hepays hQJaYS lielays
pays no attention to anonymous commu communications communications commuulcations ¬
nications the bona fide 1kb ones be forwards forwardspromptly forwardspromptly forwardSpromptly
promptly to Police Commissioner Bing Bingham Binsham Bingbarn
ham Should Commissioner Blngham fail faHto fa11to failto
to get evidence against R ln t the gambling gamblinghouses 9mbUngtou8es gamblInghouses
houses to close them up Gov Higgins Higginshas uigghtshas HI < 8IJtS 8IJtSbas
has the power to remove him from of office Of1ke offlee ¬
flee ficeAlbany Albany gambHne JJUNt bll g houses opened up a aweek aweek aweek
week ago Tuesday y but last night they theywere thoere tho thowere
were ere closed again on complaints made madeto madeto madeto
to Gov Higgins The governor overnor said to today today today ¬
day that he had not received demands demandsfor demandsfoc demandsfor
for Commissioner Binghams removal removalLA removalLA removalLA
Surprise Visconsin Trills Intima Intimation Intimation Intimation ¬
tion of Xcw Party Idea ItleRAlbion IdeaAlbino IdeaAlbion
Albion Win ns Oct 25Senator SS > nalor La Fol Foltette Follette Follotte
tette lette in a speech bare today created a asensation a8euatlon asensation
sensation among amon his auditors by b declaring declaringhis dee1artnghis declaringhis
his intention of supporting uncondition unconditionally unconditionally unconditlonally ¬
ally Got Davidson and the Repub Republican Republieu Republicas ¬
lieu ticket and almost in the same samebreath samebreath samebreath
breath he gave an indication of late hieintention lateInteRtioa isleintention
intention of striking out for a new party partyas
as reported after his recent mysterious mysteriousconference IIQ3terlo IIQ3terloconfl mysteriousconference
conference confl ce with Bryan who is said to be beallied beallied beallied
allied with 1th him in this step stepBank stepDunk stepBank
Bank Subscription Snb crllltion Light LightAt IJi LightAt ht htAt
At the close of business in the TrOlls Treasury TrOllsury TronsUt ¬
ury Ut Department yesterday Ye8terd afternoon afterne of offer offore ¬
fer fore 111 had been received vCd from fromV V national nationalbank Jt tionaJbank nationalbank
bank depositories aggregating 8 QM Oi0O0 Oi0O0of ooe ooeof > OV OVof
of national bank k circulation under the therecent theftCeIIt therecent
recent order of Secretary S retftry Shaw This Thisis nitIs Thisis
is a little more than half of the entire entireamount entireamount entireamount
amount authorized to be taken out un under under under ¬
der the order Nearly all of the fl offers offerscome ottersome oterscome
come from banks in the Bust East princi principally principally principally ¬
pally In h New York Treasury officers ad admit admit adsilt ¬
mit they are disappointed dlSRPP lntoo that the de depository depolitory dopository ¬
pository banks have not come forward forwardmore forwardmore forwardmore
more promptly to take advantage advan e of o the tbeSecretarys therftary theSecretarys
Secretarys rftary offer vvhi6h whl h was an m emer emergency etnorgency ¬
gency more intended to relieve the money moneymarket moneymarket moneyrnarkct
1 market V
r V
i i
> < T VV
V V f fF
VV Iite Fate F te of Hughes and Hearst All Depends on the Point of View
American Federation Chief Gels GctNBack GetHBacl GelsDacL
Back from the West AVestSamuel WestSemueI ejt ejtSamuel
Samuel Gompers president of the theAmerican themeIiaUI theAmerican
American Federation of Labor returned returnedto
to Washington yesterday from his spoech spoechmakmg apoecltmakIftC speeds speedsmaking
making electioncampaign tour t in tne tneWest tneWest theWest
West His attention was directed to the theattack theattock theattack
attack made upon him Wednesday fMllMIda oven ovening anAiDC ovenlug
lug at u HyattsviHe Md i by the Hon HonSydney BonSydney HonSydney
Sydney E E Mudd who is I seeking re reelection re reelection reelection ¬
election to Congress and who referred referredto ferred ferredto
to Mr Gompers in terms more forcible forciblethan forelblethan forciblethan
than polite pOUte ccustn accusing him in abort of ofplaying otpb7Ina ofplaylng
playing the worklngman ifdlse ifdlseMr flseMr rUH rUHdr
Mr Gompers after reading the dispatch dispatchsaid dlaptltcbsaW dispatchsaid
said I will reserve my reply repl until untilnext qUtDUt untilnext
next week eek when I witt speak in air airMudds MrMudd Ir IrXudct
Mudds Xudct district districtI
I might say though that not only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the workingmen but others In tho din district dJIJ dJIJtrlct dinu1 ¬
trict u1 are becoming becomI tired o ot Mndds du duplicity dulllc1t7 dujilicity ¬
plicity Of course every one knows thai thaiI tM tMr thaI
I nevsr attempted to control any alt ones onesvote ODe ODevote onesvote
vote bat my own ownFor ownPor ownFor
Por For iasuMce at my mass meetu meeting in inLafiayette InLa InLfaettt
Lafiayette La ue lad 1 Monday CJIM1ay evening even tae taepeopte Uepeople thepeople
people were astonished to learn for tbe tbefirst tbeAnt thelbnt
first time from my address that Con Congressman Concreaman Congressuan ¬
gressman Crmmpacker had opposed the thechild theel thechuM
child el ld labor Mil l in tile District OC Co Columbia CoJumbta Ceuusbl ¬
lumbia uusbl aad I read from the Congres Congressional Cozagresatonal ¬
atonal 1 Record which they had not heard heardbefore Mrdbetore heardbefore
before a statement from him that h hdid hit hitdid hedid
did not know that t a a law similar to that thatproposed th thatproposed t tpropoeed
proposed for the District Dl rfct had existed existedfor extatedtor existedfor
for several years in his own State StateThey Statewntey StateThey
They were quite astonished astoa ed too t tlearn tAt tAtJena tothat
learn that he had attempted to deceive deceivetbe deceivethe ve vethe
the House of Representatives n Ve5 when he hemade hemacJe bemade
made the remark that the Census C Bu Bureau Bureau Buyeast ¬
reau had already collected the facts re regarding re rep regarding ¬
garding certain socioiofjfcal data concurn concurntag concumtM concurnlog
tag the women aad dttitdneR V Vtha nttrkans e etbe fit fittINt
tINt United d Stale StaleI smt smtI SitteaI
I shall remember Mr Mudd in rey reyprayers IIIprayers myprayers
prayers prayersTAPT prayersTAFT prayersTAPT
I Latter atter Goes to Iowa to Help Candi Candidates Cnndldute Cnailf1utcs ¬
dates Threatened by b Discord DiscordSecretary Di DiacorelSecretarY corl corlSecretary
Secretary Taft put in all his spare time timeyesterday Uamyesterday tuneyesterday
yesterday preparing the speeches he te to tomake tomake tostake
make on his campaign camp ll1t tour which begins beginswith becIaswith beginswith
with his address at the meeting m In Bald Baltimore Dtdtlmore Baldmore ¬
more tonight He did not appear at his hieofficeall his01llce hiso1e
officeall 01llce all 1 through t h the day but stayed at atborne atboise t tbome
borne to nnteh up the speeches speechesSecretary speeebeSecretary speechesSecretary
Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte will willgo willCO willso
go with him today to Baltimore and will willpreside willpreside ill illpreside
preside at the meeting meetingAnother meetingAJIotber meetingAnother
Another member of the Cabinet Sec Secretary scretary Seerotary ¬
retary Wilson also departs this U evening eveningto
to do his hi share in winding up the thepsign cam campaign amHe ¬
paign He goes direct to his home State StateIowa StateIowa StateIowa
Iowa where he te to make a a number of ofspeeches orapeeches ofspeeches
speeches His chief endeavor endea Or will be to tosecure toecure tosecure
secure as much harmony barmoU as possible possibleamong po slbleamour possibleamong
among the Republicans as the rancor rancorthat rancorthat rancorthat
that was engendered by the light on onGovernor onQoT onGovernor
Governor QoT 1IOr Cummins has not been removed removedentirely renlOYOOentirely removedentirely
entirely and there te fear ar that some of ofCamming otCummlnp ofCummhsgz
Camming followers are not supporting supportingthe supportIngtbe supportingthe
the Congressmen of the opposing faction factionwarmly iactlonwarmly actionwarmly
warmly enough enoughMr eno enor enoughMr
Mr r Wilson and the administration hope hopeto ltopeto hopeto
to overcome this and insure the election electionof electlonof electionof
of as many of the Republican candidates candidatesas candidatespoesIbie
as 5 possible The Secretary retat will not re return re return return ¬
turn until after he has cast his vote voteSHAW Yot YotSIIA voteSKAW
Says Chicago Chicl O Representative Is hOne hOneof One Oneof Oneof
of the Strongest 3Ieii JIel in House HouseChicago HouscCbJcqo lloiscChicago
Chicago Oct 25 ZSecretaryof Secretary of the Tress Treasury TreuUr Tresslwy ¬
ury Leslie M Shaw paid a high tl h compli compliment compUment compitmont ¬
ment to Congressman William mam Lorimer LorimerIn
in a spech delivered in Oak Park a asuburb asuburb asuburb
suburb of Chicago O tonight tonightSecretary tonlshtSecretary tonightSecretary
Secretary Sbaw said ho was glad in indeed Indeed indeed ¬
deed when he learned that he had been beenassigned boeeatned beenassigned
assigned tned to speak in the district repro represented repro8eI1ted reprosented ¬
sented by Mr Lorimer who he said is isone Isone isone
one of the strongest men In the National NationalHouse NatlenalHouse NationalHouse
House HouseMr HouseMr HouseMr
Mr Shaw in the course of his speech speechsaid speechRiel speechsaid
said he believes In government by b parties partiesbecause partiesbecaua partiesbecause
because the great parties represent prin principles principia priaciples ¬
ciples and the people should consider considerpdnciplea considerprlftdpla considerprinciples
principles not men menCornell meRCornell menCornell
Cornell Students Cheer Hughes HughesIthaca JloI 1lugli 1lugliIthaca cjl cjlIthaca
Ithaca 1C Y Oct 35 Ono thousand thousandyelling thoulidelllD thousandyelling
yelling and cheering Cornell students studentsgave stu studentsgave ents entsgave 5
gave Charles IS Hughes the Republican Republicannominee RepubHcannominee Republicannominee t
nominee fer governor a big bi ovation to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night nightMr nightlIlr nightMr
Mr Hughes 1iU bB was formerly a professor professorat or orat r
at Cornell and this fact together with withhis v1t1lhis withisis
his candidacy for governor was made madethe madelhe madethe
the occasion for a a college demonstration demonstrationMr
Mr Hughes in his speech was bitter In Inhis InIlls inisis i
his denunciation of the HonrstMurphy HoorstlIurphydeal r
deal to dominate the bench in the elec election election doe doetion ¬
tion of the Supreme Court judges in inNew InNew inew i
New ew York City Cityis CitySAFETY CityV
is the first question to con consider consider consider ¬
sider in selecting your bank bankThe bankThe bankTile
The safety of funds depos deposited deposited deposited ¬
ited in in this companys companys Bank Banking Banking Bankisig ¬
ing Dept is absolute absoluteIn absoluteIn absoluteIn
In addition ALL accounts accountsdraw accountsdraw accountsdraw
draw interest interest and may mav be bechecked bechecked bechecked
checked against at will willUnion willU
Union U lilon Trust Co
KDSON B OLDS 0 LDS u 1 Tn TtttISurt1 TtttISurt1r TtttISurt1t f
Says Bryans Agitation Made IMcHearst MadeHearst Madelleaist
Hearst Possible PossibleCHAMPIONS PossibleCHAMPIONS PossibleCUA3IPIONS
Head of Xew York Xew X T Haven and 1n1Hnrtford andhartford j jHartford
Hartford Also Include the Admin Administration Adminbtrntion Adminlstrntion ¬
istration In His Argument in Bc Bclialf llclanJt Behuff
huff of Rni ltaU1n ltniJvay vny Officials and nnt Their TheirPractice ThcirPrnetlceHTouchC TheirPrnctlcesiYouelics
Practice PrnetlceHTouchC Vouches on Rebates RebatesNew RelU1tesNew RebatesNew
New Haven Coon COD Oct 3SPrewd dt PresideitCharles I dtCbarIes nt ntCharles
Charles S MeUea of the New Haven Havenroad HaYfttrCNld 1lavenroad
road tonight before the Waterbury Club Clubvigorously Clubviprously Clubvigorously
vigorously paid his respects to those e who whowere whowere whowere
were attacking auaek1a the corporations of the thecountry tbeeo theeostntry
country eo and bad something to say y about ItboutBryan aboutBryan bout boutBryan
Bryan and nipped Hearst He also touch touched touehe4 touched ¬
ed on rnQroad rebates He said among amongother aJDO cotber amongother
other things thingsI
1 would bespeak from yon some word wordof wordof wordof
of encouragement for those identMed identMedwith ldentlAedwith identilelwith
with corporate activity who are striving strivingto > trlvlngio
to do their full duty uty Why consider only onlytbe oalyUae onlythe
the lapses specs e8 which will always be in evi evidence evidence cvideuce ¬
dence so long as human nature te un unchanged 11ft 11fteeel nochanged ¬
changed Because a clergyman falls0CUUII0naI1y fallsoccasionally falls fallsoccasionally
occasionally must the Chrhtthui religion reHsionbe relbtoAbe religionbe
be condemned Because a public efltebx efltebxto eOklaIladI ofliclalisdlahonest
to ladI dishonest here and there does it follow feitowall tWaU followall
all engaged eap thereto mustbe branded with withsuspicion wt wtplcloD withsnapidon
suspicion suspicionTake snapidonrake plcloD plcloDraJIe
Take rake the j fire4 service of this cents country eoa centstry ¬
try 11 It is more nearty nearly akin to the pribHe pribHeservice pdbIeeervlce ntb1Ieservice
service than any more te the volume of oftaxes oftaxW oftaaes
taxes paid Id the number of employes eJOpl ye and andthe JMIthe andthe
the intimate relationship reladoD h1p which of neces necessity necesit nece neceelty ¬
sity sit It bears to every one of us WI yet with withits withIta withIts
its shortcomings aIaorte mmg and there are al many manythere JlUu1there manythere
there br less lost through the dishonesty dishonestyof dhlbolt ty tyoC
of its employes and there are fewer tepees tepeeson laPHIIon lapseson
on tbe part of higher officials than In the tbegovernment theKOvemment thegovernment
government service serviceMake serviceJInkc serviceMake
Make Xo o Promises PromisesMan PrOD1ll1eIaa Pronilseistafl
Man for man man from highest to low lowest loweM loweel ¬
est no test of comparison will 111 show them themwanting tbeIRwanUns themwantlng
wanting They are behindhand Mhi t in prom promtees proaaI promlees
tees only and then only because per performance performuace performance ¬
formance Is rigidly exact and there te temuch Iemuch Ismuch
much less of the limelight and appiaitse appiaitseta appJar appin appinlu
ta their reward rewardI 1e1 1e1HI
HI I have noted with an amusement a not notunmixed BOtUftmtxell notunmixed
unmixed with exasperation some com comments comDlftIb cornzitents ¬
ments regarding my relations with public publicmen Ucmen publicinca
men and most mo t recently r nUy with Air Bryan Bryanand Bryanand Bryanand
and Hearst I have never met either of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the gentlemen but should Ip e glad to toespecially to toepeclally toespecially
especially Mr Bryan for I am more than thaninterested thanIntere8ted thanInterested
interested to become acquainted with the tbeman theman theJuan
man who it seems to me more mor than t any anyother anyother anyother
other bag originated many of the policies policiesnow poHctesnow policiesnow
now governing the party to mhich hick I have havealways havealwAy listcalways
always belonged ed which policies seem to tohave tohave tohave
have made possible po the candidacy of Mr MrHearst MrHeantt MrHearst
Hearst HearstInterested HeanttIHt Hearstbititteated
Interested IHt ec1 as I always am to keep keepabreast keepabriast I
abreast of the times tbnes it seems to me that thatsuch thatsuch I Isucb
such an acquaintance acquala might be better betterable betterable betterable
able to forecast ro t the future policies of my myown myOD myown
own party and adjust myself n1Or more read readily readIly readily ¬
ily than tk n to be subject to such a con constant CODIIItaDt constaut ¬
stant series of surprises as has been my mylot my10t mylot
lot recently recentlyFling reeUyFlInJ recentlyFling
Fling at Administration AdministrationA
A government that frowns upon re rebates rebates rebates ¬
bates and then except excep its own business businessfrom bu businesofrom lneae lneaefrom
from the operation of the law is of ofcourse orcourse ofcourse
course entitled to the th highest bl heEt measure mmstireof mtWmreoC measureof
of respect because beeau e it is the government governmentif
if for no other reason reasonSo reuonSo reasonSo
So also a vigor vI 1 in prosecuting those thoseguilty thoseguilty eguilty
guilty of paying rebate rrb t8 Is highly coin coinmondabie commondable conimendable
mondabie always provided the guilty guiltyones bUnt bUntone5 guiltyonus
ones arc so far removed from the seat seatof aefttof seatof
of authority V it cannot be made manifest manifesttheir mnnlr manifesttheir t ttheJr
their misdemeanors mi8de no are actuated by byhigher b bhll byhigher
higher hll er motives than govern the ordinary ordinaryrun orofnaryTUn ordinaryrun
run of railroad officials officialsMore offlclalsore ofliclalsMore
More ore than encouraging > is the disposi disposition dispOSItion disposidon ¬
tion on tho part of f the general g ner81 public to tocriticise tocrlticl tocrltic1s
criticise crlticl even C 1 though tho h many times in inignorance InI inIgnorance
ignorance I orance and prejudice it is a sign sl of ofhealthy oChtJthy ofhealthy
healthy activity Activit it does no one serious seriousharm serioushann seriousharm
Says He JI Knows I no1T1I of r Xo Graft and nndA andAsks
Asks A s Information InformationPhiladelphia II1orlllntlonPht1a InformationPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pht1a elphla Oct 25 25Coy Gov Penny Pennypecker Pnnrpeckel Pennypacker
pecker in a letter sent nt today to tho Re Republican Republkmn
publican State advisory campaign com committee committee cornmlttee
mittee declared that there was no graft graftthat gmftthat graftthat
that he knew of In the construction and andfurnishing andfurnishing
furnishing of the new State state capital eaJ1ito1 He Hefurther Le Lefurther
further asserted < l that If the State trcasu trcasurer trensureI treasurer
rer will show sl sb w him any an evidence of graft grafti graftlie
he h will haVe th the attorney general prose prosecute pr prosecute so socute ¬
cute the beneficiaries relentlessly relentlesslyThis relentlcssJsThis relentlesslyThis
This letter was sent to Francis L Rob Robbins Robbins Robbins
bins of Pittaburg PI Usburg who is chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee It was in reply to a ro roquest rlquest r rquest
quest by the committee as to what truth truththere truth truththere truththere
there was in tho accusations that had hadbeen hadbe hadbeen
been be n made In part it reads as follows followsI followsfOr
fOr I know of no graft I dont believe believethere believethere eUeycthere
there has been any If the State treasu treasurore trcasurare treasurore
rore will bring me evidence which tends tendsto tendsto tendsto
to show that any contractor or any other otherperson otherpcrson otherperson
person has received any moneys monc S except exceptas
as the contract give it to him or has hasreceived hASreeeled hasreceived
received moneys ntone S for work not done or im imperfectly Imperfectly insperfectly ¬
perfectly done I will m at once have the theattorney thenttorney theattorney
attorney general commence proceedings proceedingsand
and have them pushed to conclusions conclusionsSIX conclusionsSIX
t tSIX
Incendiary Inccnt1lnr Blaze at Chicago De Destroys De Destros Bestroys ¬
stroys Candy Factory FactoryChicago Fnctor FnctorChl FactoryChicago
Chicago Chl o Oct Oct S 5Slx Six firemen were res rescued rcscued rescued
cued unconscious in a aOcoo 96090 incendiary incendiaryfire
fire at West Vest Pullman early tod today y which whichdeBtro whichdestroyed
destroyed deBtro ed the SullivanPalmer cwidy dj fnc fnctOr fnctory
tory and andthe the premises remlse3 of ArteellSteale AneeUSteuJeCom AnsellStealeCompany
Company Com
pan > I
Says Senator Is Prying 1trIn to Chloro Chloroform Chloroform Chioroforns ¬
form 1nbllc Conscience ConsciencePaukHng ConsclenccPauktlqg ConsciencePanMIng
PaukHng Ohio Oct 25 SIn In more rigor Ylproaa rigorous ¬
ous 00 tents than be has yet employed W WJ WJ WI
J I Bryan otIm bundled Senator Foraker aiwl aiwlbis n1 n1M5 1 1atUtude
bis attitude toward Ute reform movement movementat
at Pauldtog before the largest crowd of oftbe etUte oftile
Ute day daySenator da daSenator
Senator Foraker stands with Vice Viceent VicePeat VicePretldeut I
Peat ent Fairbanks In the t effort to toform tocbolhwfonn I Icbollottonn
cbollottonn form the public conscience he besaid hemid I
said saldl President l t Roosevelt and the Demo Democrat Democra Democrate ¬
crat cra crate are ringing rtngt the bell and making mld an anhonest anhonest J JhoJMst
honest endeavor to awaken the people by bywarning bywarning i
warning them of corruption in politics politicsand poIld politiessnd
and the plundering phua erinc of the people and andalong ucIeome8 andalong I
along comes Foraker who says All is iswell iswdl isweJi
well dont be disturbed We are looking lookingafter boltingafter
after you youSenator youSenatoe I
Senator OuForc Foraker Forc r expects you to have haveas haveJauch haveas
as much faith in bin as Job bad in the tbeLord theLord theLord
Lord In the extremes of Jobs Job suffering sufferinghe sufferingslie ffer1ap i ihe
he said Tho he slay me yet will I trust trustHim trwtHIm trustHim
Injures Iuurc Two fllen Icn In Attempt to Pree FreePrisoners PreeJrloncrH Preelrisoners
Prisoners l hut > nt Is I Captured CaptnrctlNew C11tnrcINe CapturedNew
New Ne York Y rlt Oct 25A A bold boIdauet attempt was wasmade waamade wasmade
made early this morning to deliver fifteen fifteenprisoners ftftfetJfrom fifteenprIsoners
prisoners from the Jail attached to the theHarlem theHu1eJa theHarlem
Harlem Police Court CourtSdward CourtEcIVtrd CourtBdwrd
Sdward M Me Cuskley CUs a keeper k per in the tiwprison theprison Rt Rtpriwn
prison te dying < at his home 39 44 WiHH WiHHavenue WIlUtav Wililiavenue
avenue av the Bronx and Joan Ford an another anCther another ¬
other keeper te suffering from a broken brokenarm brokenarm brokenann
arm as the result of the attempted de delivery deDyery deDyer ¬
livery liveryCoefctey DyeryCe Dyer
Coefctey Ce was making his rounds at ato atodeck 3 3oclock
oclock o k tbto tblllIIOlDIDS morning and had reached bed the thethird thetWnt thethird
third tier when Henry Curtis a trusty trustysprang truetTfnMR trustyspranE
sprang from a dark corner and hit him himorer himtn himovr
orer tn the bead with a wrench Cvektey Cvekteyrnbtoed IIIPytile Cuskisyg
g rnbtoed tile wrench and the pair psi fought foogfttr4tB fought1srts t tD
1srts r4tB possession possessionTne pousanrh D 111101 111101Ttte
Tne rh keeper caned for help while the tbeprisoners theat theprisoners
prisoners jeered at him and cheered Cur CurUn CurUn Curtin
Un on Cuskley was getting the better betterof betteror betterof
of Curtis when the bitter stabbed him himtwice himt9ice him himtwice
twice and bit Mm a second time on the thebead t theacl thehead
bead with 1tb the wrench wrenchKeeper WrfncbKeeper wrenchIeeper
Keeper Ford heard Cuskleys cries fer fcrhelp ferIw ferhelp
help Iw and with a revolver YOlver blow felled C Cur Curtln CurUn Curtin ¬
tin and ended the attempt however not notuntil DOlnUl notuntil
until he received a blow with tile wrench wrenchwhich wresaehwhkb wrenchwhich
which broke his arm armBANK annBANK azrnBANK
Six Bandits Flee dn Handcar but butPosse lutIo butlossc
Posse Io e Surrounds Them ThemCadiz rhcnlCadlE themCadli
Cadiz CadlE Ohio Oct 21 Six desperate desperatebank desperatebank e ebank
bank robbers were ere rounded 10 up today todaynear to tonNr todaynear
near Jewette by a passe organised at atBowerston atBower atBowerstomi
Bowerston Bower tOl1 where here an attempt tttMtpt to rob Ute tneNational UteNatloDl theNational
National Bank was foiled as it was on ontbe ORtl onthe
the tl point of succeeding succeedingThe ncceedta ncceedtaThe succeedingThe
The arrests were made after a nerce nercebattle lierce liercebattle e ebattle
battle and the sextet xtet Is now located in inhe In1fte In4ie
1fte he Cadiz jaiL Lent night D bt when hen W B Benn 13Penn
Penn Penn > enn president of the First National NationalBank NaUonalBaak NationalBank
Bank was passing the building in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the bank Is located be noticed tbe lights lightswere Ji bightswere ht htwere
were extinguished Making an anlion mveetigK mveetigKUon tnvesttgktion
lion he beard noises no HS near the bank bankvault bankUlit bankvault
vault Ulit He went for assistance taDce and re returned re returned returned ¬
turned with a posse as a an explosion oc occurred occurred orcurred ¬
curred in the building the robbers having
dynamited d I1ml the safe safeSurrounding safeSurrounding re reSurNundl
Surrounding SurNundl the building an effort was wasmade wasmad wasmade
made to capture the men I D but they es escaped escaped encaned ¬
caped in the thedarkne1M darkness and fled by using a ahandcar abaIHkar ahandear
handcar They were followed by an anarmed anarmed anarmed
armed possee and were captured near nearhere nearhere nearhere r
Mayor Dunne Sends Ultimatum to toBell toDc toBell
Bell Dc II Corporation There ThereChicago ThereChiea ThereChicago
Chicago Chiea Oct 36 The Chicago Tele Telephone Telephone Telephone ¬
phone Company must make a definite ar arrangement arrangement arrangement ¬
rangement with Chicago for cheaper cheeperservice ehpersenice cheaperservice
service to subscribers or franchisee e will willbe willbe 111 111be
be granted to whatever corporation pro proposes proposes proposes ¬
poses the best t terms to the city cityMayor eftyl1ay cityMaybr
Mayor r Dunne issued this statement of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his policy today He demands prompt promptness promptneM promptness ¬
ness too It looks as if the terms of offered 0Cered offered ¬
fered by the Manufacturers Company Companywhich Colftpenwhich Companywhich
which proposes a much better rate than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the present p nt corporation must be met methe musthe ltIthe
he said saidSERIOUS saidSERIOUS saidSERIOUS
Building at PUS Pennsylvania Ave Avenue ATeJlne Ayeflue ¬
flue Ablaze ThiN Morning MorningFire JlornirgFire MornirgFire
Fire of unknown origin was discovered discoveredearly dlsco discoveredearly red redearly fl
early this morning mornln m In the threestorybundlng threestorybuilding threestory threestorybuilding
building at SOS 90 Pennsylvania avenue avenuenorthwest avenuenorUtwl8t avenuenorthwest e
northwest occupied on the first Hear by bythe bythe bythe
the Majestic raje uc lunch room and on the upper upperfloors upperfloors upperfloors r
floors by tho Union Veterans League Le gue and endbusiness andbusiness andbusiness fl
business rooms roomsAt roomsAt roomsAt
At the start the lire looked very ugly uglyand ugl uglnnd uglyand
and there was much doubt as to whether whetherthe whetherthe whetherthe r
the department could get et it under control controlbefore controlbefore controlbefore il
before It had caused a heavy loss lossBody Joss11m lossBody
Body 11m of Ohio Mayor Xot Found FonndPort FoundPort FoundPort
Port ArthurOntarloOcL 25 SAftor After drag dragging dragsing dragging ¬
ging the lake all day da the body of Charles CharlesSnyder CharlesSnyder CharlesSnyder 8
Snyder a prominent Ohio politician and andmayor andmor andmayor
mayor of Dayton who was drowned in inWliltefish InWIiltefish inWhitefish n
Whitefish WIiltefish Lake near n ar here yesterday yesterdaynas rt
nas not been recovered recoveredE recoeredWE
I jE E firmly ruml believe that you are erer aredoin1 arevy
WE vy r doing yourself an injustice if ifyou ifyou ifyou
you are passIng p S ing us by b when whenin whenin whenin
in need of ofPrinting ofPrintingOut Printing PrintingOur PrintingOur
Our rates for doing work are cer certainly Cettainl certainly ¬
tainly tainl reasonable if quality qunl ty is to be beconsidered beconsidered beconsercd
considered consideredThe consercdThe consideredThe
The Law Reporter Printing Priiitin Co t
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Negro T Leers < eerx nt nt WitncK Witnesses e and Calls CallsOthers can canOther CallsOthers
Others Vile Xnmcu XnmcuPittsburg Xnmc XnmcPIUsburg NamcsPlttsburg
Pittsburg Pn Oct 95 5Courscl Counsel Dr DrCUfford or orClifford > r rClifford
Clifford Hooe the negro formerly em emJ1eyed emplayed
played as coachman by b Augustus Hartje Hartjeths Hartjetho Hartjethe
the millionaire paper manufacturer on ontrial ontrial ontrial
trial for or perjury as the result of an affi affidavit amdun affldavit ¬
davit ho maile m mueswearing swearlnEr Ho had been been inti intimate lnUJIIIIte Intitte ¬
mate tte with 1th Mrs Hartje which hlek wa WIa to tohftva toMva tohavo
hftva been ua used d in the tb Hartje divorce aworeotrial divorcetrial
trial bad great trouble with the defend defendant deCendMl defendant ¬
ant today todayJlooe LOdayHooes tndayHones
Jlooe Hones insolence IQ to witnesses tneuca was un UftpualleJtd usparalleled
paralleled in the history of the local localcourts Joea1eearts localcourts
courts He leered at some orne stuck his histongue histOllg histongue
tongue out at otners and even rose to his hisfeet hisfeet hisfeet
feet lid culled one of the witnesses Will Willbun WJlJlam Vhil Vhillam
lam C C Battles a negro contractor who whowns woowas whowag
was testifying against him a vila name nameHooe namelWoe namehlooe
Hooe was severely rebuked by 11 Judge JudgeFrazer JudaeFraztJT JudgeFraser
Fraser FrazerIt FraztJTIt FraserIt
It became apparent PPr t early m in the day daythat doythat daythat
that Hoses defense dre was based on the thefact thefact thisfact
fact that an aftKtotft am secured from him himin himin hilpiIn
in which he swore V that that he did not tell tellthe tellthe
the truth when lie accused UMd airs Hartje HartjeIn
in his first affidavit was obtained by byrcten bye4ercton
coercion rcten and od therefore ef re hi Invalid Iftal1dHewever
However Heoe made a third affidavit to tothe
the district attorney in which hleh he re reaJBrmad le lea reUrmt1
aJBrmad a lnn d the truth of his second state statement aLateIIIeIIL statemOnt
ment This na affidavit was W JI read in court courttotfty courttoday
today MsfeyTbe totftyTt today7Iio
Tbe greater part of the day was taken takenup takellvp takenup
up by the detectives who pursued JHIfB1i d Ilefte lIeeetJuvoah Honethrough
through severql evert I States and molly ftB111TbIoDCbt finallybrought
brought him l m bock to Pjltsburg PittsburgDRINK PlttshurgDRINK
Crew Becomes ccome Drank and the Vessel VesselVrltin YCll5clDrUt csscl cssclDrifts
Drifts About bout Helplessly HelplesslyVictoria Jlc1IlcldVictoria helplesslyVictoria
Victoria British Columbia Oct O t 25 The TheBritish TheIbitish rbeBrtUlJII
British bark Don which wl eh arrtved today todayafter todayatter todayafter
after a belated passage ag frt from n Glasgow Glasgowwith G1ugo G1ugowItJt Glasgowwith
with with a general cargo cal1 o Including shipments shipmentsec
ec el liquors and explosives rifles and ce cement ee eement ccwent ¬
ment had an au exciting voyage voyageThe YOyagThe voyageThe
The vessel CUel was in col collision oIl1 Union km with a aFrench nFrench aFrench
French ship In the Irish channel soon soonafter BOOnafter soonafter
after starting and put back to Plymouth Plymouthfer
fer repair rt palns Then a call w was made at atMontevideo atlUonteYkIeo atMontevideo
Montevideo to land Cant Jeffreys who whowas whowas 00 00was
was ill From there the mate Capt CaptRoach Captnoach CaptItsach
Roach took charge chargeOff cha5cOn chgcoft
Off Capt Horn where heavy weather weatherwas weatherwas weatherwan
was encountered and the vessel was washove WIUIooe wasbore
hove to Ii under storm sails I the thebroke crew crewbroke ere erebroke
broke into the shipment ef liquor and andall udall andall
all hands became beeafl intoxicated Into lcatecI They re refused rof1lMd refused ¬
fused to work tile ship which lay help helpless helpJen helpless ¬
less Jen threatening to drive ashore on onHorn onHorn onHorn
Horn Island l A change of wind alone atonesaved aloneved alonesaved
saved ved her herFrom herFrom herFrom
From that time on there was more or orloss orloa orloss
loss liquor abstracted from rom the caro caroand caroand cargoand
and more intoxication Ju oxlcaUon and fighting pU c until untilAnally untilnally untililfl9Iy
Anally the captain 4J dft got control trol by threat threatening threetNln thrstelaing ¬
ening to use ftrearlm ft rearm ami manascd IDUIA to tomake tonaake tomake
make pert p t without any further serious serioustrouble serioustruub erlo erlott08bk
trouble truub
Says She Married r nrrlctl Three hree Admirers to toGet 10Get inGet
Get Hid htidof of Them ThemXew Tbemn Them2ew
Xew n York Yo Oct 5 iWlth With three bus busbands bushamida us uspre
bands present sent all It anxious to tell their theirstories theira theirstories
stories a fourth telegraphing t teIegrph1n le abl from Wft Wftterbury Waterhury A Atertlury
terbury Conn eo that hed come coils too if the thedistrict thecIIatrtct thedistrict
district attorney would send bis hi railroad railroadCart railroadfare raliroodfaze
Cart and reasonably Je accurate Ae rumors f1IRa 18 of ofa ofa ofa
a fifth fth and sixth who ho live in Harlem HarlemMiss HarlemMJIf HarlemMiso
MJIf Miss Augusta A Martha V Brunrng Bnmin the thepotyaadrous thepolyandrous be be8IyUId
polyandrous 8IyUId cook was arrigned a m In the theToombs theT theToombs
Toombs T Police Court this t morning Tile Tbewoman Tilewowas Thewoman
woman wowas was heid he held d in ISO 500 bail for the grand grandJury jrand jrandj1Iry grandjury
Jury JuryMr j1Iryln
Mr ln William Gardner of Stt ii West est ISStk ISStkstreet 11JtkMrtet 112thstreet
street for whom the woman was cooking cookingbreakfast cooktftbbtHJttast cookingb
breakfast b ekfast yesterday when hen she was arrest arrested arrested arrested ¬
ed was aa in court courtShe courtShe courtShse
She was a magnificent cook said Mrs MrsGardner MrsGanlacruue MrsGardoer
Gardner Ganlacruue the kind you dont get el more morethan morethan
than once in your yourVmair1cq marrteti life lifeWhile Ill IllWb lifeWhile I
While waiting for the case to be called calledtbe calledthe I
the three husbands aNJeFraak Frank Newman N8 ma PItH PbUSpRaenberser PItHa8 PhilSpitacisberger
SpRaenberser and Otto JJitter MIUer MilesNos Nos S 1 1and 3 3ond
and 4 told bow they came to marry rry the thecook OleC8pk thecook
cook cookMiss C8pkn
Miss n Bruiting sat defiantly all by her herself herRlt herself ¬
self glaring at the grinning husbands husbandsLet hu husbandsLet JMIs JMIsLet
Let em talk lie he said TM Ill take takemy takemymedicine my mymedicine mymedicine
medicine to get rid of them Thats tbe tbeonly tbeonly theonly
only reason I ever married em in the tbefirst the1Ir8t theliret
first place They kept t arunning after afterPETLADELPHIAN afterJIll afteruse
Manager Soon to VVeil ell Fears Inves Investigation Inctlgntion Invesligation ¬
tigation of Books BooksPbitadeipfete DoolIPbOadelpiala BooksPhIladeiplils
Pbitadeipfete Oct 35 YiWirh With tile date of ofhie o oIds ofhis
Ids marriage e to a Germantown girl only onlytwo ealytwo emilytwo
two months distant Robert G Fleming Flemingthirtyeight nemn nemnthilt7eltbt Ylemingthirtyeight
thirtyeight yean old for several vera years yearslocal ynlocal yearslocal
local manager for or the Southern Cotton Oil OilCompany 011Compans OilCompany
Company of New York York sent t a bullet bulletthrough bul bulletthrougit t thA
through his brain yesterday evening eveningThrough pftntngThreugh eveningThrough
Through the efforts of his family the themanner theIllllAnft thenuumner
manner of Flemings death ws wu kept from fromtbe fromUte fromthe
Ute publk until this evening It was as glvm glvmout glvmout givmout
out tnat apoplexy was tile cause but a areport alport areport
report made to the coroner by It Dr Gum Gummen Gu Gumen Gummeit
men revealed the cans of death deathWhOe deathVblJe deathVbUe
WhOe a a brotherinlaw of o Fleming as assured i5sure assurtd ¬
sure the coroner that It must have been beenill beenIII beenill
ill health that induced the man to take his hisHfe Ill Illtfe hislife
life it was said that the auditing of the thebooks thebooks thebooks
books of the oil company comp D within the past pastfew pnstfew pastfew
few days had had some influence upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
Pathetic Parting Between Dlttmar Dittmarand Dlttmarand
and Ills Jli Wife and Child ChildSomervilte ClliMSomerville ChildSomerville
Somerville N J Oct S 5Wllllam 5WllllamDittmar SWilliamDittusar William WilliamDlttmar
Dlttmar foreman of the Somerville Iron IronWorks IronWorlts IronWorks
Works who killed David Howard one oneof oneoC oneof
of his fellowworkmen on June 19 I last lastwas last lastKU lastwastaken
was wastaken taken from the Somerset County Jail Jailto jltUio Jailto
to io the the State prison at Trenton today todayby todn todnby todayby
by Sheriff E Eo Cooper to serve a sentence sentenceof sentencef
of f twenty years yearsThere 8rs 8rsThtte
There was a pathetic parting between betweenDlttmar betweenDittmar betweenDittuzar
Dlttmar and his wife and his twelveyear twelveyearold twele tar tarokl
old daughter at the counts coun jail jailMrs jaJlfr Jailms
Mrs fr Dlttmar who left her husband a afew afew afew
few hours before he murdered Howard Howardand Howardand Howardand
and returned to him shortly after the thecrime th thcrlm thecrime
crime and has been devoted to him during
his confinement in jail is said to liave liavesacrificed h8OsacrUktd listcsacrificed
sacrificed her own good name at his trial trialto trialto trialto
Hammond Packing Pnclln Company Compnu Fined Fined1310000Law lllcd lllcdlooonLnw
1310000Law 10000 looonLnw Law Will VIII Be Tested TeAtedLittle TestedLittle
Little Rock Ark Oct 25 The State Statewon Stalowen Statewon
won its first victory vletorstoday today in it Its suit suttagaJnst suitagainst
against the Chicago ChlCftgo packing companies companiesfor
for alleged al ed violations of the Arkansas Arkansusantitrust Arkansasantitrust
antitrust law JawJudge lawJudge
Judge Winneld Infield granted the motion filed filedby modby filedby
by Attorney Attornc General Rogers to strike strikefrom strikefrom strikefrom
from the records the answer of the Ham Hammond Hammond
mond Packing Company on grounds groun grouns s that tlmttile thatthe
the company had refused to testify t be before before before ¬
fore Commissioner Lloyd D Moore in inChicago InChicago inChicago
Chicago last month monthThe monthThe monthThe
The court then entered a nne fine of 10000 10000against 10000against 10000against
against the Hammond Hammondcompan company An ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal was taken to the Supreme Court to totest totest
test the clause in the antitrust law com compelting compelling cornpolling
pelting membors of alleged aU9 ed trusts to too tootiC teetify
tify tiC against themselves Th The Hammond Hnmmondcase Hammondcase
case was selected for the test in the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts courtsPRISON courtsFRISON courtsPRISON
Henry Lear I nr Is Ordered io Begin HccinServing BeginServing elln ellnScrIDJ
Serving HI fits f Sentence SentencePhiladelphia Sentencelhila SentenecIbilaiiolphia
Philadelphia lhila lphla Oct S 5The The United States StatesCircuit SUitesChcult StatesCircuit s
Circuit Court of Appeals today refused refusedto d
to 0 hear argument In the case of Henry HenryLear HenryLear HenryLear y
Lear the former president of the Doles Doylcstown Dolest Doylestown
town t wn National Bank Bilnk who was convicted convictedtt convict convictI d
tt misappropriating tire funds of the in institution institution Institution ¬
stitution and sentenced to serve five fi fiveyears e eyears
years in jail jailA jailA JailA
A mandate mandatedown was ashanded handed down affirming affirmingthe nffirmlngt affirmingthe
the t e judgment of the lower court court and andnotice andp andnpUce J
notice p cc has been sent to Lear to p1 present presenthImself lresent lresenthImself resent resentidmseif It
hImself within five days dn s for commitment commitmentto conlmltmontto
to Jail and the serving enID of his sentence
Hundreds iIJHldredsof of Lives Reported ReportedLost ReportedL JepoitedLost
Lost L st in Island Kingdom
y Mikado Orders 3itti Minister ter of Interior Interiorto
to Make Evci Evcifercra Every Effort to Aid Su Sufercr Stif StifferersMeans
fercra ferersMeans Means of Communication CommunicationDestroyed CommunicntlonDestroyed CommunicationDestroyed
Destroyed and Damage Is Xot Yet YetKnown Y4tKnonlro YetKnnwnlrosiiiee
Known Knonlro Knnwnlrosiiiee Province iuuCJl Storm Srrciit SrrciitTokyo SUelltTokyo StreptTokyo
Tokyo Oct 2i Hurricane conditions conditionshavo londlto ondltionihave i ibava
have prevailed all over ver Southwestern SouthwesternJapun SouthestemJuHtn SouthwesternJapan
J Japan during durla the post pu forty fortdght ight hours hourswith hour1th bourwith
t with 1th the result that great Krea t damage has hasbeen hasooe hasbeen
L been I done in all of tile southern provinces provincesand pro provincesarid rlnces rlncesftnd
t and it la expected much loss of life has hasresulted MIresulted bOMresulted
r resulted resultedSix resulted1x resultedSix
Six 1x hundred ai and d fortyeight fishing fishingbouts ftshlngboltt fishingboats
bouts l none of which had less than two twoaboard hoaboard taoaboard
aboard are missing missingTbe missingTIle mimingThe
TIle government is absolutely a1J withou withouadvices VithOlladTaen withoiadyicea
t advices as t t4 the force to of the storm in inasmuch Innsmucb innsmnucb ¬
f asmuch as all means of communication communicationhave communlcatiobave cornmunIcatLohave
j have been destroyed The Mikado issued issuedperemptory is5ufllperemptory heardperemptory
I peremptory orders OI ers to the minister of tho thointerior tlj tljInte1or t1 t1Interior
interior late Tbunda Thursday that every effort effortmust effortmuat effortmust
must bo 1 0 made to succor those who may mayin 1 1in lin
in distress distressTh d18ueThfI distressThp
Th ThfI oQieiaJs oOIe here in the capital fear fearthat f fe r rthat rthat
that the lows of Ute will be very great greatinasmuch crea greatinasmuch t tIfttUIInUdt
inasmuch as it Ibu has been impossible Impo up upthe upthe upthe
the present tine eve eye to estabtteh wire wireless wir wirlea wIrless ¬
less communlcatfofl with itk the station stationalong ta or1J0H statleralong
along the southerly western coast coastCouriers cou couCouners coastCouriers
Couriers who have been WpIltdMld patehd from fromtho trOlllUtC Iroruthe
the nearest telegraph ratb stations are ex expected upeeted cxpected ¬
pected to return here with full particulars particularsvery put1cularcry particularsvery
very cry soon soonTO BOOnTO soonTO
All 11 Nations Asked to Enter Treaty Treatyto Treat
10 Save Sn e Savages SnvnBcsLondon Sn SavagesLondon n ell ellLoadoll
London Oct 25 2At At the jubilee conven convention conventlon convertties ¬
ties of the National Temperance League Leaguetoday Leagutoday LeagUetoday
today Ev R Wilbur F Crafts the well wellknown WenMown wellknown
known American minister author lee lecturer 1ecturer leeturer ¬
turer and reformer said that President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoHeftIt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt bad sent to Great Britain a aproposal apropo aproposal
proposal propo l that she and the United States Statesask Statesask Statesask
ask all nations to enter Intn a treaty for forbidding forbidding or orbidding ¬
bidding in the interests of commerce the thesale thesale thesale
sale of opium or Intoxicants to all unciv uncivilized unCivfUzed uncivilized ¬
ilized races of the world He 1I added that thatthe tha thatthe t ttbe
the only country where the consumption consumptionof
of drink was not growing was 88 the Cong CongFree CongFree Congwhere >
Free State where there was international internationalprohibition mt internationalprohibitIon tional tionalprohibition
prohibition by seventeen countries COURtrl Mi MiCrofts 1 1Crafts M MCrafts
Crafts introduced a resolution to petition petitionRJI petitiontul
all eivlized countries to extend the scop scopof l svopof Op Opof
of tb the Brussels eeIa convention to suppress suppressthe suppreuip suppreuipthe suppressi suppressithe
the trade of opium and intoxicants amoi amoiuncivilized arnoHuncivilized amomUncivilized
uncivilized peoples peoplesCHINESE peoplHCHINESE peoplesCHINESE
Protestants > ami am Catholic Arc re Kill KillInK liiJIin KillIng
InK in One Ou Another AnotherShanghai tnotlirrShanghai not1l r rSbaD
Shanghai SbaD 1 OcL IIWorcl Word was W rectv d dhere i ihere
here yesterday that serious fighting fightingoccurred hd hdocearred 1 I Ioccurred
occurred at Fengbslen en between Protest Protestand Proott1taaDd Protestand
and Roman He Catholic converts convertsMany eonvertsMany Vfrts VfrtsIuy
Many Iuy Chinese Chin were reported rf1Ort d kili ki1d kiflsdwounded d an anYoanded UIvoaad
wounded voaad on both sides sid and tho t he Fren Freni FreniCatbefte FrenGatboik i iCatboitc
Catboitc Mission Church is reported rt poted potedhave i ihave ti tihave >
have been demolfsbed d o Tnrjpp TnrJ huve be 1TRDt bt btsent u usent
sent to the scene to restore enkr enkrMINEK ordrMINER orKrMINER
Convention Tilt Indicate Trouble TroubleAhead TronbltAhend TroubleAhead
Ahead for United Mine Worker WorkerTerre WorkersV VorkcrTen
V Terre Haute Ind Oct S ZiDcspitf Dcspitr Dcspitrmore DcspItmore I IJDUrc
more or less official denials nla1s that th tqf tl tlpreinney su supremacy j jpremacy ¬
premacy of the United Mine M Worker WorkerAmerica WorkfnAmeJ1ea WorkrrsAmerica <
America is threatened by the socilitI socilitIIndustrial ociill calltl calltlIndustrial l lIndustrial
Industrial Workers Vorke of th thp > World orld thr theganizatlon or organization n npnlzaUon ¬
ganization now being backed by Eugci EugciDebs EugtDebs EugcDella <
Debs and his followers developments d developmentsyesterdays > > lopm h s syesterdays t te
yesterdays e special convention of th the Unit United tnitd lflItVed
ed < d Mine tU e Workers of this district were werea or ora f fa
a character to lead truthcolor trulh coiQr to t trumors tt ttrumors tLminors
rumors rumorsJohn rumorsJoha minorsJohn
John Mitchell J tebeU president nt of th the < Unit 1rit1 1rit1Mine nit nitMJne l lMine
Mine Workers orJters of America Ameri 3 rus present presentin pr nt ntIn
in his official capacity While tb t the con convention Onvrntlon cnnrention ¬
vention was in progress ress Delegate LlewH LlewHlyn Uew LlewIhit l llyn
lyn of the Leiter district took the t floor floorand 1101and floorand
and in a bitter speech accused Mite Xltchdl XltchdlAIHI Mitchiland h II IIand
and the national officers of having mal ma1the maithe malthe
the mine workers organization simply simp an anauxiliary a i iauxliiary II IIaudllary
auxiliary to the operators operatorsMitchell OperatorsldiuheU operatorsMitchell
Mitchell took the floor and denounced denouncedLlewellyn deftOUDEdLlewelhn denouncedLhewellyn
Llewellyn specially speclallycharglng charging him with be being btlog blag ¬
log a part PR party to a plot to disrupt the or organization organization organizatlon ¬
ganization ganizationThis ganizationTlals ganizatlonThis
This outbreak following fello tn5 the r recent recentattempts cont contattempts nt ntttempts
attempts to organise the th foreign for ign miners minersall mlnrR1I mInrrall
all through the Eastern Eastf > rn mining fields fieldsin fif fie1d fie1din > ld ldIn
in opposition to the present ruling rulingforces rulin rulinforces rulingforces
forces in the United Mine Workers of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America is held here to indicate that thattroublous thattroublous thattroublous
troublous times are in store for the big bignational bignlltlonal bignational
national tabor organization organizationAt
At todays session Delegate Llewellyn Llewellyntwice LJewelk1twice LlewehI LlewehItwice
twice tried to reply to the > attack 8tta k mad madon madonltlm madon
on onltlm hint Wednesday Wedne cLy by President Pr dent Mitchell Mitchellof XitcheHor Mitchellof
of the th United Mine Workers of cCin America AmericaIn lerk lerkIn
In which it was charged he was a traitor traitorand traitorand traitorand
and would disrupt the organization or but a aresolution lrosoluUon aresolution
resolution to allow him to speak was al almost almost sImost ¬
most unanimously tabled tabledTodays tabledTodays tabledTodays
Todays session 8t88 01t was filled with charges chargesand chargsand thargtsand
and counter charges and a spirit of an antagonism antagonisrn antagonism ¬
tagonism was plainly visible visibleNAVAL visibleNAVAL visibleNAVAL
Ilnsh Correven Steele Disappears on onWay onVn onWay
Way Vn to V San Francisco FrnnciscoSan FrnncbcoSan FranciscoSan
San Francisco Cal Oct 25 5Rush Rush Cor Correvea Curreveo Correves
revea Steele the warrant nwchmist m cklftist on onthe ontile ontire
the cruiser Chicago has disappeared dl and andthe anlUle andthe
the secret service sen1ce oSHcers are searching searchingfor MrIChinfol searchingfor
for him It is feared f be has 1m met with withfoul withfoul withfoul
foul play pfatyEarly playEarJ pheyEarly
Early EarJ in September he was va detachd detachedfront detachdfrom detachdfrom
from the Chicago C at Bremerton Br mrtol and or ordered Ofderoo ordered ¬
dered to Mare Iare Island Hospital Ho pitaJ because becauseof becausoof USt UStor
of an Injury ju1l b he bad re reesived Iv ved d H He went wentto W wentto ht htlo
to Seattle aM nd took passage on tn the City Cityof Cit Citof Cityof
of Pueblo for San Francisco He had 9 9with 9 5with 9with
with him himHis blmIlls himills
Ills ticket tlck t was taken up so it is sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed he disappeared after having reached reachedhern reaehrohere reachedhere
here hernHe hereJIe hereile
He entered the f service twentyone twentyonegears t1llltyoneyr tvmetyoneyears
gears ago from Washington ltulll D Dwhere Dkere Dwhere <
where kere his mother sister and brother re reside re reside meside ¬
Kills Inn Guard Ends Life LifeBirmingham LifeBirmtngbnm LifeBirmingham
Birmingham Ala Oct 25 25In In a sensa sensationnl sensationul sensational
tionnl attempt to escape e from the Flat FlatTop FJa FlatTop t tTOp
Top mines of the StossShemeid Steel and andIron anIIron andIron
Iron Company this county where he was wasserving was wasserving
serving s 1lng a life sentence John Thomas a anogro anegro anegro
negro convict cleft the head of Guard GuardJ
J S Hilly killing him instantly instaBU The Thenegro Thenegro Thenegro
negro fearing lynching then committed committedsuicide commUtelsuicide conunittelsuicide
suicide by taking tah1 g poison Hiilys home homewas LomeIn homewas
was in Tilton Ga GaOcean GaOccnu GaOcean
Ocean Steamships SteamshipsXew
New Yot Iort Oct 3tS 3iSai1ed SIkd d Iran r fainritn feseln ports portsOeetinfc portsOcemide s sOfUUllle
Oeetinfc froa QaecmMim for New ew York YattSail YorkSail YorkSalt
Sail Saturday aJ St Jm for SaathMiptOB at at9CO
9CO a a n m LUCCDM Lwu a for Lmrpool at K m Krvi KrviPriez KnnrrtBJ KrtmPrioz
Priez AMlbeta for Ureaen ffIIItII at 12 1 m 111 111THE inTHE
Young Mens Christian Association
1736 G Street N W WIs WIs
Is Open to the Public Daily and Sundays for fordub forOub forCub
dub Brcattm Br f t 730 to 9 92 25c Laecheaa 12 to 199 I3a
V a la Carte Special Quick Lunch fet Bvdntn Men MenDinner MeaDiDDer MenDlanet
Dinner 530to756c 530to756cSUNDAY 530 530to7hicSUNDAY to 7 Mic MicSUNDAY
CIabBreakfMt8to93025c anti Breakfast 8 to 9130 Orb 25c Dinssr Din 12s30 te 2 35c 35c
Supper 5s30 to flsSfl 3C a la Carte CarteTHE CarteTHE CarteTHE

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