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NO 27 nn WASHINGTON WASHINGT N D 0 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1906 ONE CENT
PEARY GETS WITHIN ITIIII ITIIIIrr
200 MILES OF POLE POLEJMends POLEIfJliellds POLEiof
JMends rr iof ds iii In New N ewY York olk Get
Message e Caoe from Explorers ExplorersMCOTJNTEE Explollersa 1 L41erS
a ENCOUNTER C0D1TD HAEJDSHIPS HARDSffiPSA1eEig1tt HtD SBI SBIWay
4 A1eEig1tt Ante < te Eiglit b bto Dogs on Way WayBacl WayBaclto Back Backto
to the e Ship SII I j RooseveltSiart RoosoveltSt Roosevelt
Start St rt Made lzule In July 1905 1DO nn11Wlnte nn11WlnteIle nn nnt1 l Winter WinterIs i er eris r
Is is Spent on Xortli Count of GranIxandParty Grant GrantIian GrantnniiPartT t
Iian IxandParty nniiPartT Party May Soon Return to toew ICNew
New ew York YorkMembers orkIUemberll Members All Well WellPraisc ell elll
Praise l rabe for Ship Built for torpalpose torpalposeeW Purpose PurposeNets
New eW York Nov 2H L BrHgtman BrHgtmancf kic1 kic1f Brldga + ran
cf f the Peary Arctic Aretic Clue an 11of asof asoca asocaof y
of Lieut Robert ert J5 E Peary tonight nlgbt at athis athis a ahis t
his home received a telegram e from riem t PeatIwhich Paary Paarywhich PearYWhich
which showed showedS tlia tt It explorer rfc had achieved achievedS7 acbkt + ed
S7 i degrees i mtevtss north latitude the thefarthest Utefarthest U g
farthest north ever e t tThe readied readiedThe suitedThe
The best previous record rec wa was MM a3I1II8IIe a3I1II8IIeIn 34 made madein nod nodIn e
in 1900 by the Duke of Abrusxis ex exI expedition expedition
I pedition ditlon Before that tl at tames held heldrecord the therecord ther
record r ord of 8110 40 made made In a the Fram FramPearys lfntllllrarys Flu1earys
Pearys best prey previous ioua record was J4J7 J4J7He 1417He 417 417He
He got within Ithht 2 degrees it minutes minutes utes from fromtne fromthe
the north pole Translated Into statute statutemiles imatu imatutitles tute tuteInn l e
miles Inn that means 280 0016 miles from trappoint the thepoint thepoInt
point which has been n the goal ofcplorers of arctic arcticxplorers vctIoctpl
xplorers ctpl rers for many years Paary Pearyn Petrybeen baa baabeen
been n after this ever since aJuceThe iStt iSttThe
The be boat that he was en was wa wathe s named namedthe DallIedthe
j the Roosevelt It waa fitted oat by b th tIM ttwPeary
Paris Arctic Club Club of which Morris AiorriJ s K KJfMO K
1 JfMO is president ent and Mr JiIrText Mrtililretaat7 Bridgeman Bridgemansibretary ° an
sibretary sibretaryy
y Text of the Telegram TelegramThe TclegrnmThe
The telegram reads readsHopedale rn4aB6
B6 4 Hopedale pedale IeLabrac1or Labrador via Twilttngate TwilttngateNewfoundland 1wUl1npteNwtoundlan4 T1sllfngatNewfonndiandi
Newfoundland Nov Noviierbect o 3 3Herbert 2 2Htrbert
Herbert L L Bridgeman BridgemanRoosevelt BridgemanHftooseelt BridgetnanRoosevelt
Roosevelt wintered wh tered north coast Granland Grant GrantLand Grantrnd t
Land somewhat north Alerts AJeIt winter winterQeartere WIIaterctl whiieceartera r
Qeartere ctl artere Went north with sledges Feb February February Febrtrary ¬
ruary via ia Heckla and Coiraabiabayed Columbia De Dedgreee De Deayed
bayed by open wattS betWMJD II aDd S Sdgreee Si SidfJf bs
dgreee dfJf Beyond 85 six days Gate dis disrupted disrupted d1 d1rupted s ¬
rupted ice I destroyed caches cot off com COIUJ1unlcatlon cornLunication communication ¬
munication with supporting bodies bodtesdrifted and anddrifted and4rtft
drifted 4rtft due east st Beached Rea bed 87 degrees depeesmmutes degreesnannies C Cnunutes
nannies north latitude over toe drifting driftingsteadily drtfUn drtfUntead drifUnfeadfr g
steadily tead 1y eastward Returning ate eight eighttags t ttoga
61 tags 9 Drifted eastward delayed by open openwater opiws n nreached
ws water r reached north coast oast of Green Greenland GreenIn Greenland ¬
land In straitened conditions tiOftL Killed m mones musk muskoxen muskAnd
oxen and returned along Greenland Greenlandto coast coastto eoastto
to ship bip I Two supporting supportl parties hits driven drivenen drivenCR drivelCa
en north coast Greenland one 0 re rearby rescued rescuedby euertb
by b ate e in bad condition One week weekIeratIon reeu reeuI reettJIlation
JIlation I era t jon on Roosevelt sledged sledgedClnfpleting west westc WeMcIIplEting vastrldian
c MRpleting < north coast Grant Land vastd an anr and andr andrflc d
r rflc ached hed other land near n J Illtb cb meridian meridianlicsneward l11erld1aoI qre qreIicincward rldian
I licsneward voyage voyage 078 e iceessant battle tte with withkc withke willlee
kc storms and head wtadx Rasteveinagnikcent Roosevelt RooseveltHagnincent Roc t
Hagnincent ice and sea boat No afck afckns alccads
ns ads PEARY PEARY2ftr
lIe Lr Bridgaman Bridges aU was W proud Indeed te te4bt tet totit
4bt tit t when he was edxblbWagthe edxblbWagtheante exhibiting X the dIee mt mtwtge
ante e to to die austere TO sfters t who gatherer t tltgfa to tolearn toIt o
learn It of the achievement achievementEndured ael achlevemeatfi ment mentEndured
fi Endured Many IIardsI1lpr Hardships Hardshipsfeel
r 7 feel It Is useless for to me to add an anthing any anything J JthbIIr
thing to the telegram m The part that tens tensnt tenof to toof ns
of tfcetating ntlng of dogs is anovgh to 1OtM tothe shjm shjmtte
the harCshlna sbtps that Uatbe be ensured d red I am amibat am gted gtedthat
that he has reached that far north J Jbeta Jost Jostbefore Jtbefore net neti
before I got the Petty telegram I Icdved re reetrvcd re recetNd i + e exaa
etrvcd one from Sam HartUitt who whothe was wasthe wuue
the master of the Windward and andThnn the theDiana theHe
Diana He is related to rapt Bartlett Bartlettthe of ofthe ofu o f
the Roosevelt andabo and pda1 also o to Moses Bartlett Bartletttho BarU Bartlettt tt ttthe
t the mate of the Roosevelt The Bartlett Bartlettteltjram Bartlettt Bard Bardte
t te teltjram an said be had heard from Moses Mosesaa M Mand pees
and aa that the Roosevelt was damagedJust damaged
Just about the time I sot home I
ftWPd fo ad the Peary telegram Capt Bart BartI Ban BanleS
leS I f4 wire came from Brigus Ne Nefotmdiand New w ¬
foundland The Peary telegram teI m I be be b ¬
lieve was mailed from Hopedale down downto do doth wzi
to tile e coast to a telegraph operator who whosent whotit w waegat ho
sent tit 3t It when be
received the letter a aeh ad d ¬
eh dressed ased to himT him himT Idmur
T T Imagine that Lieut Peary will be
home In New York In 1 ten dalsIea days maybe ma be
lesM Iea He can take k < the Roosevelt down downt dew dewto a
t to Sidney and then tees come eaiAIe oogiedownIn down in har thirty t y
alit hours on a train If he did dldhe dldheprobebly didwoui he hewool h e
wool probably let 1 < the men bring the theelt
Itoooevelt elt down here and lay her up t in n
New York where where the belongs beJob That Th aigst ai is
the moat natural t thing The crew are
Newfoundlanders N sad could eouIdretum return rtswrn rtswrnafter 1 home homeafter
after att thatOn that thatn thIOR
OR On > n board the Roosevelt IIeVeIt were Dr Iis
Wolfe of Oregon the surgeon i1Il On Ross G
Marvin of Elmira ta the sdentteu sdendst and Mr
WardfMM Wardwell of f Btiefcsport Bue t Me Me tho cbtef c
engineer The others ra and the crew w wore ee
Newfoundland N nd men nw as I have said
Mr Bridgeman Bridce said Id Mrs rg Peary is not in II
New I Yod York 2 He te ugabte n0 l bJe to dray T where sac sacSailed
fad fadIseylgF If IseylgF t 5 ° would never forgive me
1tI4id Lt did
1tI4idSailcd
Sailed In i Jut 1005 1005Conwaaader lDO
Conwaaader Peary sailed Oed north In the theafternoon thea t tatteraooa he
afternoon a of July 6 it JK Th The Thetart start starttriads was wasmate
mate from New York Y ork and for days before befo befots re
tip ts es explorer er
started on his tang v VDGrthwani ve venorthward yage yagenerthward
northward his sbp the Roosevelt lay off
Twentyninth Tenty th street in the North North River hivewbere r
Where bere she was visited Isi by crowds
of
sight sightseers IJiPtera aigh aighager t ¬
ager agerThe era eraThE seers seersThe
The Roosevelt was built under Coin CoinMander eo Con
n Mander anda Pearys supervision pel u antI em emthe embodied toile d
tile lateSt Ia sat ideas ldMfIot of what was m toilea
necessary Y for forwork f fwork a
work Work In the arctic arc e eHer seas seasHer ann annRer
Her ptne principal al dimensions cU are Len Lene Length Lengthon Sth
e on l the load water line 1 161 61 feet f t length lengthover 1 1trier emgt h
over trier an 1S5 1 feet beam be maximum tt iidnnum nlum at atwater load loadwater loadwater
water line 9t feet beam over all 36 36inches feet
5 Inches Mesa Iesu draft IS feet feetHer feetIJer feether
Her Cull UU load
displacement was w s about
1100 > l tons To T aid her In a the fight ht with the
ice the Roosevelts bow
stern stena and wa wai waer
i line were armored with steel plates platewas She
was built of white oak riggedeehooner rigged as a
eehooner and fitted with an engine e and
boiler calculated to develop from 1000 to toor
LJW horsepower bon Her cost when ready f fL for foraea forwas or
L tieawagetiniated aea was estimated tlmated at tt06e tt06eThe 100 100The 1Oi 1OiThe
The expedition led by Commander Rob Robert R Rett ob ¬
ert B Peary was organized by the Peary P
Arctic ArciIcClub Club of which Morris K K Jessup is > B Btyre
president and Herbert L Bridgeman Bridgemanrefary sec secretary aeeletary ¬
retary Before leaving Commander Peary F Fexrressed t 7
expressed ed great confidence eonl1 e m the ability abil abilof ity
of his party to reach the the pole poleBasis peJeBasis poJ poJDashJ
Basis for Ills Hope hopsHe HopeHe lIopcHe
He based his belief on three points palD pointsstrength The Toestrength Thetrength
strength of his vessel which he believed believedwould believedwould belev belevwould exl
would enable him to push farther north northbefore nonhbefore nor norbefore h
before resorting to toJand land travel than thanBien had hadbeen IwIbeen
been possible in the earlier earlier attempts attemptsbwa his hist hisOO
t OO wn hardearned knowledge J now of arctic con conditions n ¬
dttJoAa ditions and his great Teat bold on the Bsqui BsquiraOB squlntOs Iat Iattabs i
tabs without at whose Vb 98 aid little or nothing nothingcould n nottl nottlcould tblng tblngmuld
could be accomplished in arctic travel travelThe traveJThe travelThe
The plan wua was to proceed by the Gres Gresland Green Greenland GreenJaRd n ¬
land rouutbe route tho one on Peary had takencis taken in inMs
Ms 5 other attempts It was the intention intentiontp Intend Intendto on
tp push luahUte < the th Roosevelt Rooaen lt along the t narrow narrowchannel narrowchannel n nchannel mow
channel between be betWetrt Greenland Greenl81 and Grant GrantGQOTiyUBD Grantco G Gt rant
t GQOTiyUBD co WUBD ON ONSBOOl S3CO SBOOND D PAGE PAGEWIu PAGEVltt PAGE1Itlp
WIu Vltt 1Itlp > Bonrfis Bos oJrali rds 93 Per 100 ftLumber ft ftLumber ftLum1er
Lumber Trust Trn t BrokenIAbbey Broken BrokenLIbbfty BrokenLibbey
LIbbfty Co Cth st st And nd N Y ave
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FOREGASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Columbia1Jlatyland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair Fair to today today today ¬
day and tomorrow tomorrow light vari variable variable van vanable ¬
able winds windsTHE windsTHE
THE HERA HERAPOLITICAL HERALD SUMMARY SUMMARYPOLITICAL SUMMARYPOLITICAL
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Jar Republican Republican4BoMparte RepubIkaMlBoupane Rdgwblkaiis4Boaapltrte
4BoMparte < Crg Urges ea Defeat of Congress Congressman Co Coman Cotlgt + ew ewman ¬
man Talbott TalhottGompers Talbott4Gompers Talbott3otADets
4Gompers Gompers and Smith Assail Mudd MuddTBLBGRAPH1C DluddTBLEGRAPIlIC I1Idd I1IddT6I
TBLBGRAPH1C TBLBGRAPH1CiPemry T6I TBLEGRAPIlIC1Peary IGRAPIIIC
iPemry 1 Gets Within 909 i Mite of the tnaKorth t tNorth theNorth
North Pole PoleI PolelCUbu PoleCuban
I lCUbu Cuban Negroes re oea Want Office Olft OlftI Ql cw
I i iPiUsftHTg Man Killed by breotJRde Footped
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2 snrnea Firemen Rescue eue Alcn M from BeDIOO I3ut ning ningRoom
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LOaL LOQLlArre LOIctL1Arrest
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Our FortsDeath Forts FortsSDcath Irehs IrehsDeaUI
SDcath Death Bcatt it aeptlla Capitol Capitol2D0 Trsy Trsy2Robbery
2Robbery 2 Robbery bM7 of Aged Woman VOIDUSQoenaJReQt 1Patoived 1PatoivedSIoYerataetti UnsalTirt UnsalTirtSGovernment
SGovernment to Aid J Japanese te > Skn iSlotlrand8oo SknFnmdMO lt
FnmdMO FnmdMOSotitAem lrand8ooSoutMnt
SotitAem RaIlway Msjchinlste 1I Diad W ists ta Stri4me Strffce StrffceSettled
Settled SettledTuberculosis SettledTuberculosis
settledOft
4 Tuberculosis on Increase I nt bt the tJaeJRear J 4txy wy wyRear
JRear I + Rear Admiral DteKlns Retires RetiresTMUllonaire RetlreL7lrIWlODilre Retireelitlitna
TMUllonaire litlitna atre Brewer Busch to BuNd hi hi13Teachers IaYaabiQStOn
Washington WashingtonL YaabiQStOnTeacbel1J
13Teachers L Teachers Get Their Pay Today To4ayFLYERS
1 FLYERS NEARLY CRASH CHASHOverland CRASHOcrlnm
Overland Limited and nd Los Angelas AngelasTrain Ange1oSTrnln
Train Have Narrow KSCBPU KSCBPUDearer I5QRPC I5QRPCDeIt neapclknvolr
Dearer DeIt er ColNov iBut But But for the watch watchfulness watr tea teaof > s stutnesa ¬
fulness of the engineers aeera a terrible wreck weckwould 1INC1rwoaJd
would have occurred at Ridge erratic stadewest stadoe stadoeweat erraticwest
west of Cheyenne Wyo today to d T Ta Through Througha Tbt + oaigh
a mistake of the operator the Overland OverlandLimited OverIaadUIIIkod
Limited was rot out of Ridge before the thewestbound tilewcabouad theestbound
westbound w Los Angeles Limited arrived arrivedTna arrhedTIae arrivedTbs
Tbs two t WQ trains met just east of the sta station a Eaes a atIoft ¬
tion ti es but the engineer saw the approach approachtog approachag
tog t ag flyer and the two limited trains traJ each eachloaded eaclaJoacIed eachloaded
loaded with precious freight fre t were stopped stoppedjust
Just as the pilots of the engines crashed crashedtogether cruhedtOl18ther crashedtogether
together The damage dama was slight ht < andthe andthe and
the passengers paera era slept on on unconsckras of oftheir oftheir
their narrow escape e from death deathCHILD deathOHILD
CHILD IS KILLED BY AUTO AUTOAlice AUTOAHce
Alice Carter Seven S en Years Old Run RunOver Run RunOer
Over at Flushing Flu hing L I IFlushing I11uablag
Flushing 1 L L i L I Nov 1AIIce A1Ice Carter Carterseven Carter8eVeD
seven years old oJct was run over this after afternoon afterDOOD aftermoon ¬
noon by an automobile and died later in inthe illthe
the hospital hospitalThe boIIlitaLThe hospitalThe
The child was crossing Main street when whenthe when1M whenthe
the car driven by Ralph C a Prekworth a abufIcUDg
bufldlng contractor of New York Y wk City Citycame CityCUIe
came tatme down the tIaereeL tIaereeLunable street troxt Prekworth Pteirwortbstraits was wasunable
unable to check the machine and i irobed the thewheels theJU8ed tee
wheels passed over her body bodyBEATEN
BEATEN TO m DEATH FOR
1 1ittsburg MONEY MONEYPiitsburg MONEYPittsburg
Piitsburg P Business Man Killed Near NearHisHome N eu euwrXome
HisHome H s Home by byR Bobber bbeF = lr
1 ft A ADausliter
Dausliter Da Data Jlter ftter Faints When hcn She Seen th the theJJeaj theDe e
JJeaj De Del In Roadway and nd Wldevr WldevrPlttsbrarg ie ief
tiI f p Die e f from o m Ii lock tk tkPlttabarc
Plttsbrarg Pa Nor 2Wlth his fore forehead forehead e ebead ¬
head beaten in and hb clothes clotheseYef7 clothesevery bearing bearingthe
every 8IfIdeDcef + of a cIeIperae cIeIperaethe straggle
the dead body of James J A A A McMuien McMuiensixtysix MdOIIeDmJ 30 30sixtysix diilkn
diilkne
sixtysix mJ years Y of rf age of Burehneld Bt > rchAe3d ave aveInue avenue a e
Inue sue a swelliaio wenknown W1I tn bosmess man man mtaGiund was wasfound wasfoaaad
found to a clomp of boshes on Murray Murrayavenue Id array arrayaftDae
avenue this morning morningMcMfllea morningMt7iillept
McMfllea had been dead several hours hoursand s
i and his pockets were turned Inside out outshowing oat oattl
tl showing s that the motive of the IIUIJderWII murder murderwas
was robbery robberydiamond His pocketbook < gold watch watchdiamond watt 4
I diamond stud stud and diamond ring were weremissing
I missing lid He was killed within a short shortdistance abortI t
I distance of ate home homeMcMiUen
I McMiUen l + was the Pittsbttrg Ptt agent of the theAtlantic theAtlantlc
Atlantic Heating Heatm Company of New York Yorkand Yorkand +
and a nd has been In the eastern part of the theState tbeate
State collecting eon royalties for his com company company ¬
pany Heis He Is supposed to have had more morethan IIIOIetbaa
than RWO 2 of the firms Arm money In n his hispouessIon
possession The three men who were seen seenrunning ennmnJa
running nmnJa away from the scene of the mar marleer
I leer er about 1 oclock this morning are sup supi
i i to have committed < the murder Be Beyond Be BeYOIHt
yond this tb the police have no clew de
I McMiilens ilc IIens daughter da bter left home this thismorning thisI Wi Wimorning s
I morning to go to the city and seeing see lass
j some etas men standing across the street lookag look looking Iookbig ¬
big l ag at t something aomethtn she went over She be beheld be beI ¬
I held the dead body of her father w wbad which whJclthItd
had been discovered a few minutes before beforeand before1UId beforeand
and fainted Mrs McMiney McMiiiett n the widows widow widowis wklo wkloIs
is i s not strong physically and physicians physicianssay pbystclaulaY pbysi pbysiay tdaaa
say s ay the shock of her husbands death may eta y
be fatal to her herTonight berTontrht herTomisfit
Tonight the police arrested Adam Han Handle Handlc ¬
sic dlc fortysix years old of ofEut East Pitts Pittsburg Pittsnear Pittaburg
burg near the scene of the crime He Hecould Hecould H e
could not give a good account of him himself himIeIC himseifr ¬
seifr self and was locked up in the police sta station station ¬
tion on the charge at suspicion suspicionWhen taplcloaWben
When searched at eii t the police station stationa atatl atatla qi
a heavy blackjack was found fO f in his hispocket hispocket b bpocket qitg tg
pocket He told conflicting stories as a CO
where whtu e he had secured the weapon but butfinally bu t
finally a ly stuck to the story that he beTied car carried carried l tt = ¬ 1
ried it for protection against thieves In Inappearance InppearaDce I Ii Iiappearance
appearance Handle Is a typical thug th aad aadthe aadthe
the police think the capture is t important importantHEGEO Important11EGRO
NEGRO TROOPS SJFS DIE HI CLASH CLASHScrions OLASHSerious
Serious Ontbrenk O tJrenI Occnrs Among th the theSoldiers theSoldiers e
Soldiers at Fort DlIs Bliss Tex TexDallas TcxDallas TexDalian
Dallas Tex Nor No 3A brief bulletin bulletinreceived bulletinrooelWid bail
received after midnight reports a serious seriousoutbreak NIiousoutbreak steno to
outbreak among < negro troops troops at Fort FortBliss FortBII F FBliss ar t
Bliss BII north of El Paso Two negro 0 soi soiers 801era
era ers are reported killed and one wounded woundedThe woundedThe wound woundThe
The cause of the outbreak te unknown unknownHOAR uakDownHOAR
HOAR FUNERAL ON MONDAY MONDAYMerchants 1ONDAY3Jerclutnts
Merchants of Worcester Will i11 Sus Suspend Suspcne ¬
Penal pcne Bn Business lness to Show RespectWorcester Respect RespectWorcester RespectWorcester
Worcester Mass No Nov ov 1 As much re respect re ret resped ¬
sped t and honor by the citizens of Wor Worcester Worcester 1Vo r ¬
cester will be paid the memory of Con Congressman Congres ¬
man Roclnrood Hoar when his hisfuneral hisfuaeral hi
funeral is held here on Monday as there therewas therewas the zti
was to his father Senator George Friable FrlsbieHoar FriableHoar Irriabl e
Hoar two years ago Mayor Duggan Dugganstated Dug Duggastated n nated
stated that he would issue tomorrow a aProclamation an
Proclamation p + a n requesting the people peopleorcdtei of o f
li limemory Worcester orcdtei ter to join lit b paying peJ1 tribute to the thememory tbememory tb e fe
memory of 3 the late Congressman COn All
business will be suspended th the business businessmen bu lneamen ness
men of the city deciding to do that before hero n
Mayor Duggan made known his intention iatenti oa
Gov GO Guild oaa
will tomorrow issue a aspecial
special clal precept tor tpr f r the election of a suc sucBnltimore
oataor for Mr fir Hoars oars unxpired termBaltimore term termDaltlmorc
Baltimore and Return 312 312nltimorc 125 125Baltimore 15Baltimore
Baltimore Ohio R R REvery REnry REvery
Every Saturday Saturda and Sunday Al AH trains train
both ways both day d9 days t except Royal Lim Li m
+ too
AS BONAr BONAPARTE ARTE St SEES SIHE THE TRUSTS
I
t
IEARRIMAN I HARRIMAN GETS B o STOCK STOCKTwo STOOKI STOOKflWO
I
flWO 7 Two tro Transcontinental lAncit Arc to tolhnc toblare < o ot
i t Have Baltimore Bnlti lorc as Terminal TerminalBaltimore Tcrmlnnlt TerminalBaltimore
t Baltimore B Jttmore Md Nov 2 2It It was stated statedhere atatedhere statedere
here h ere today on what is said to be entirely entirelytrustworthy entirelytruawortby entirelytrustworthy
trustworthy though not official omcJaJ authorIty authority author authority ¬
ity that the sale of the 48 40030 < > share shares of ofBaltimore orBalUmore ofaltimore
Baltimore B and Ohio Railway Railv ay Company Oompaaltock CompanyI Companystock
I stock tock held by the Pennsylvania Pennuln Pennaylnaida da Railroad RailroadCompany Railroadompany
t I Company C ompany made eight el ht weeks ago agoE was to tot toIi
t H Ii Harriman who will use the system systemas QBtemtbe systems
as a s the Eastern outlet for fora a transcontinen transcontinental ¬
tal line IIDe with the lUteote Central as the theconnectlnir theeoanecttD theconnecting
connecting link between CMeago and andOmaha adOmaha
Omaha This is would ouId = fire axe Baltimore two twotrancontfnental twotrancontineiital
4 trancontfnental lines the Wabash with withtb wltbthe withthe
tb the Western Maryland the Missouri It Gurt Pa Paj
i cine + 4e and the Western Pacific now under racistonstruction underconstruction UDderconstrucUoa
construction c by the qou1d8 Goulds being the theother theother
other otherThe v vThe t tThe
The report assumed that Mr Harrinan Harrinanis Hurt HurtIe
S is likely to succeed in ate fight with withStuyvesant withSlU7t withStnyF
Stuyvesant StnyF dsaut Fish for tm oonmri of tb tbIllinois UM UMlJIInoIe thelaitnoia
Illinois Central and says that he beto b notnly not notonly noton1
only on1 o nly the largest stockholder but the thepurchase lbehue thepurchase
purchase hue of the 498W shares of e Baltimoreand Baltimore Baltimoreand re reand
and Ohio from the Pennsylvania PeallS7tvaalawu PeallS7tvaalawuon wason was wasmade
made on such terms and ooadtdans oo tfeoa as asTffll asw111 i
Tffll enable him at fete conrrMenco eGIIlJ to ae aeQuire ac aclain asuite
Quire Q uite sufiiclent a4dtWaan addltleoal l aeHnnjs tags Ut t gMbMw gift ghrabb
bMw bb WIll WIllIn supreme cortwl omstrtalmt omstrtalmtIn tf ifc propeny propenyIn
In the event of ofsaid betnc oatt enealsd by byfei
fei ttwD1Wiri fftk r tftItnIt1t tftItnIt1t8Id It li
said Mr Harriman could me the Chicago CMeagoand 0dcAc0aed Chicagond
and a nd Alton A Alto Sfarriinvn te alee credited creditedwith
with a desire to secure a through line linefrom Un UntOID nnrain e
tr from t rain the Lak Lakt LaYaileitits < ii totbe tJM Gulf QuJi of Mexico ltfeadcois o I
His r is system it I is calculate t wouWin wouWinetude yrouldigtedoda ouN 1
etude over over 3CW C miles mlle of railroad with witha
a capitalisation of J170000 < X and andea gross grossearnings i i iof
earnings ea rnin gs of over H00fi60900 100 a year yearGAB er erCAR
CAR JUMPS TRACK ON BRIDGE BBIDGEHorror BRIDGEHorror
Horror Similar to that nt Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlanticCft ttlnntt c
City Cft Narrowly Averted AvertedPatersoat A TcrtedPJLtenon
Patersoat Paterson N J Nov No t 1JuAt Just after leav lenrthe leaving 1eavI ¬
ing the Hackensack Hirer drawbridge ctrabrIQpJbe drawbridgebe
I jjhe be middle car of the Spffern express expresswhich expreuwhleb
which leaves the Erie station in Jersey JerseyCity JeneyI JerseyCity
City at tG a 3 BL IlL left the track That Thatan Thatan
an accident was averted is due solely to tothe tote
I the fact that the coupling pins that held heldthe Itek1the heldthe
the middle car to the first and third did didnot didDOt
not break breakAs breakAs
I As it was the car bumped along the therailroad
jra railroad ties for several vera hundred hundredbefore yards yardsbefore yanIsbetOl9
before the train amid be brought to tot a astandstill aUll
standstill t a tdsttll Ull the passengers en momentarily momentarilyexpecting lDOIDeDtaI07ex t
expecting ex they would be thrown into the toesalt the11181t thesalt
11181t salt meadows meadowsNo
l I No one was hurt hurt but some of the thewomen tbeI
women on the train were ere in a panic It Itwas Itnq I t
I was said Id the accident a < was due to some somedefect e
i defect in the derailed cars car springs springsjGAR sprlhgIJOAR springsCAR
j
j
jGAR OAR KILLS LITTLE MOTHER MOTHERGirl OTHER OTHERi
i i i
Girl Carrying Carrln Baby Struck and Both Bothi a
i i Die tinier Wheels WheelsPhiladelphia WheelsPhiladelphia 11ecb 11ecbPbfladclphia
Philadelphia Nov var o 2 tcarrylng Carrying Car 1n her baby babybrother babyMother babybrother
brother in n her arms Jenny J eM Donate Dona to thin thirteen tblrn ¬
teen n years yearaold oW ol < Z was struck by a car at atKlmban atKimball a t
Kimball street today and she and the thechild th e
child were both killed beneath the wheels wheelsA wheelsfrantic
I A frantic crowd of Italians who 00 thick thickly thickly thicky ¬
ly b y Inhabit the neighborhood surrounded surroundedthe arses arsesthe used
I the car and threatened the rnoto rnotoand motorman motormanand motormanand salsa
and conductor until the arrival of the po police po ¬
lice The men were protected from frommob the themob tbemob
mob who would without doubt have ha 0 done donethem ilea ileathem e
them bodily harm harmThe harmThe
I The parents of the children cldIdr n Rafael Do Donato DoData Donato
nato who lives at Twelfth and Carpenter Carpenterstreets
streets and his wife ife were told of the ae act a
t cldent and rushed to Kimball street streetwhere street t
where the mother fainted and was s only onlysaved ooIysaved Onlysaved
I saved a fall upon the sidewalk by three threewomen threewomen thre e
women who r ho upon her recovery of con consciousness COftacloUlllle8S conaciouaness ¬
sciousness had all they could do to keep lees leesher p
her from scratching 8Cratchln her face and pulling ptllin ptllinher g
her hair out by the roots rootsJenny rootsJenny rootsJenny
Jenny Donate left her home to go OR ORan onan 0 0an n
an errand for her mother and carried tai taichild the thechild thechild e
child along aIon protected from the cool air by bya bya
a thick shawl that hid it Its head and most mostof m mof
of its face The baby was little UlU more m mthan
than a year ear old oldThe oldTho oldThe
The girl walked south on Twelfth street streetand strftt strfttand
and was about to cross the street sago dgonally
nally to go down Kimball street Sh Shwalks She Shewalked Sbfwalked e
walked for a few paces nearly paisll paisllwith parallel parallelwith Nlntllelwith dot
with the car which she did not hear com ¬
lug because of the thick woolen hood b Od she shewore shewore sh shwore e eng
wore The motorman evidently thinkn thinknshe UtUtking UtUtkingshe ng
she wa wa not going olng to cross cross ross the trackswas tracks trackswag trackswas
was horrified when he saw the chld ma maa make makea
a quick swerve in front of his fenderThe fender fenderThe fenderThe
The fender hit the little girl below b low the th e
knees toppling her and the child into its itsnet Itsnet It Itnet s
net They hung upon the edge of this thisnet th thnet s
net Young the motorman making fran ¬
tic efforts to stop the lh car It was gets going goingso g
so fast that it was sixty Jlxt yards nrd8 below belowKimball ltelowI hello w gw
I Kimball street street at League street when b he hestopped hestopped e
stopped it itThe ItThe itThe
The children had by that time fallen
from the edge of the fender f under fir the e
front wheels of the car and nd were crushed crushedto crush ed
to death deathCarnegie deatJtCarnegie
Carnegie Plow Works Burned BurnedPttttsburg DurnedPbttsburg
Pbttsbtu Pttttsburg Pa Nov 1 2Tbe The plant of ofthe otI o f
I the Carnegie Plow and Manufacturing ManufacturingCompany 3Innufaoturin InnufacturlngComPany g
Company ComPany at East Carnegie was < as d de destroyed de destToyed o ¬
strayed by fire early this morning taus caus causing 03 S Sinb ¬
lug a lotto of tGtoO 1S LbA00 MV The plant was to ¬
tally destroyed five yoafrs yu rs ago General l
Manager Iana er Miller stated this evening that t
the plant would ouid be rebuilt rebuiltCall rebuiltCall rebuiltCall
Call and Rnl see OJ what others oth rs say Not Jfotwhat Notwhat No t
what we say Of Ofte OfteRaOintors te Radiators FndlatorL Tbevbest Tbe bes t
Demonstrations 5W 5 9d 9th st stnw mr
CUBAN C UBAN BLACKS INSIST INSISTMake INSISTIalic
Make Demand for Appoint Appointment Appoint111cnt ¬
ment of Senator De Degado DegadoEACE DelgadoMaE garb garbRACE
MaE DESIRES RECOGNITION EEOOGNITIONActivity REOOGNITIONActhlty
Activity A or < > f Negro Leaders leai en Who bo Led Ledin LedIn Lcdin
in Revelation Bacpecteil BX eotecl to Force ForceRace PoroeRace ForceRace
Race Problem to < o ProutTwenty FrontTwentyThousand Pront ProutTwentyThou8and Twenty TwentyThousand
Thousand Worthless Arms Stored StoredIn 5torcdIn Storedin
In Morro Castle Were Destroyed DestroyedHavana DestroQIIHavaa
Havana Nor lAppttcaUoiL PP catloaPls M mad madto mftdp mftdpto Ifto e
to Gov MajBXw today for the appoint appointment appoIatllleftt appointmeat ¬
ment mm ode D e of the subsecrctarks subsecceariee3erwtor of ofSenator ofSeftator
Senator Delgado one of the tbeDeFC thenefr0es kadteg kadtegnegroes
negroes of the tileTIle Island 4ritadThe IslandThe
The negroe by this atom cI dearly tIY art artlists t tXn4 tUMIIr
lists Uwr mtentioB to tsaep Nn ts Iii ys ysmto 111I 111In
t mto Ml sJji toes > isjBKSi > l ierd > W + imxyMi lt > wl1 ur Iiil tie tieize l rW rWa 4ii ifts iftsnise
nise s ize them as ono of f the political etamcncs etamcncsto derma dermato Ct
to be reckoned with They wm want t oinces oincesand cdee8aDd othcestad +
and they assert they win never drop droptheir dropactta
their agitation actta sift tII Isailer sur Drtgaflo 17 itdo itdoten aad aadGen U6Oen
Gen Oen ten Juan C Gomez have ba been given sfyeaportant Alyeaportent im important ¬
portant positions positionsGen pQltUonaGen
Gen EverUrto Estenox a negro aepotiom n egro egrofrom leader leaderfrom
from Plnar del d 1 Rio province waited waitedGov upon uponGov
Gov 00 Magoon today with the appNcadonfor application applicationor
for f or Senor Delgades appointment He Hemm Bewu liewan
mm treated courteously ceurteon ly and Mr i 1r 1 Diu Maroon Maroonpromised MaJiOOftpromised
promised that fun ooosMeratkm would be begiven t
given the request requestaiay requestMay
May Jla Force Race Problem ProblemThe ProblemThe ProblemThe
The activity of negro leaders In seek seek1ng seek1nc seekag
1ng l ag preferment t at the bands of the thevidoaal pro provisioaal pro1aIIOaa1
visioaal govetnment JIOTeI oment is deemed by man manpersomts many manypersons y I
persons here as evidently tly menacing menacingikely and andlikely anclBkely
likely l to bring the race Question to the thefront tilefront t tfront
front hi a way to cause serious trouble troubleThe troubleThe troubleThe
The negroes are almost manimoasiy manimoasiyLiberate imantmoao imantmoaoiberals T
Liberate l and but for them the Liberal Liberalparty Liberalparty t
party would never cat any ftgore in h the theelections theelectlcms tr e
elections ede ctkdttp c tk dttp By B outvoting or counting them themout themoat
out the Moderates were able to mam mamtain
taro control controlThe oonttblThe
The situation is regarded as critical criticalUnserviceable er1L1catUnserJounble
Unserviceable Arms Dcwtroyed DcwtroyedAn
An a u ofitcial report on the arms owned by bythe 1a 1arepubHc bythe
the republic snows shows that about 1 a rifles riflesof r1t1eof riflesof
of various kinds 9T C shotguns and 1C 1Csabers lcsabers 1 1ashore
sabers were considered worth saving vtDg out outof outof ou ouof t
of the tot of Old arms in torso Castle CastleThe CastleThe kilt kiltThe k
The balance of about bible 13 rifles ridesti0i and
750 ti0i 0 bayonets which were gathered by bytho brthe bythe
the Americans in UK 1 and ISM 1 were de destroyed de de1ut dotrayed ¬
stroyed s last week as useless The Cuban Cubangovernment Cubtu1Penuuent
government g has about MjUt Mauser MauserRemington MauserRemln
Remington Remln ou and Springfield rides rifts lid
365099 980 rounds of ammunition Ave field fieldpieces A ek1 ek1pieces
pieces and four mountain 1DOtah1Mr guns gunsMr gunsMr
Mr McGivney McGh has sent a communica communication commumcaUOD ¬
ilea to Gov Magoon fatz + stating that his hiscompany hiscompmy l iii As
company c has a contract to pave and andsewer aDd8e
sewer 8e Havana and requesting that t tmanicipaity the themunicipality themunlctplty he
municipality make arrangements arlan nts for foruring se securing lie liecurlng ¬
curing c the t money mOM for the arrangement arrangementJiHSS arrall5eotentMISS arrangementMISS
MISS KELLY IS SET FREE PEEEGrand FREEGrand
Grand Jury Refuses to Hold Phila Philadelphia Pltllndclphln ¬
delphia Girl for Murder MurderPhiladelphia UurelcrPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Nov No 2L 22The Tha TPbrittddphia grand jury jurytoday jurytoday jar Y
today ignored the th WU of indictment indictmentagainst IntIIctmentanaJnst Indictmentagainst
against Miss x Charlotte Kelly accused of ofthe oftM o f
the murder of o Mrs Maurice K K Lewis LewisScores IPisSoorfa
Scores of witnesses were ere examined at attbe ittM a athe t
the hearing hearln Vise 198 Kelly will now be befreed befne b bfreed a
freed from Moyamenslng prison where whereshe whereshe whenshe
she has been Incarcerated dace the oar coroners eorI oarcusss ¬
oners Inquest InquestAn 1IeIItAn
An Advertising Medium MediumThat MediumThat
That Pays PaysAdvertisers PaysAdertlaers PaysAdvertisers
Advertisers in The Washington WashingtonHerald WasblngtonHerald
Herald get a circulation in the city cityof olt oltof
of Washington Wall burger by several severalthousand severalthou
thousand thou and than was ever before fur furnished furnlshel1 furaisbed ¬
nished by tt w morning morum newspaper newspaperhere newspaperIter
here Iter It is a horn home e circulation too tooBusiness tooBusl
Business Busl fIa men who are represented representedin represen represented representedn ted tedIn
in n the columns of this thlsp paper per are aregetting aregetU
getting getU returns ever every day It is a apaper apaper
paper that is s read through and andthrough andthrotl andthrough
through throtl Its rates are uniform uniformEvery uniformE uniformEvery
Every E ery line of advertising advertitdn Is paidi paid paidfor paldfot
for at a i the regular rate There is no nodiscrimination nodlsertmlnatJon
discrimination Although Although its rate ratemay ratemay
may not be the cheapest cb aPlSt It Is the thebest thebest thebest
best rater rate ra because both a quality qualityand Qll IIty IItyand
and a quantify 1U tI circulation goes goeswith goesn1U1
with it itWashington ItVuhlngtOn it itWashington
Washington VuhlngtOn Is s raiding The TheWashington TheWa TheWa
Washington Wa blngton Herald I Everybodyknov E Everybody obo y yknows
knows knov that that
OEAPSEY ORAPSEY CASE C SE DECIDED DECIDEDOpinion DEOIDEDOIlnlon DECIDEDpinion
Opinion O pinion Not to o Be Finally I + in ilp Formu Formulated FormuInted ¬
bated Until November 11 11New 11New 11New
New York Nov tThe Tbe decision dec decisionpretty Is Ispretty Isprett7
pretty nearly formed I do not knew knowthe if ifthe IfLhe
the church will 111 be pleased with U It t but butjutice butj las lasustice
jutice j ustice will be done doneThis doneonu doneThis
This statement was made by one of oftbe ctbe
tbe conferees this afternoon at the close closeof cbosiof e eot
of the session of the court of review reviewthe of ofthe oftile
the second department of die Protestant ProtestantEpiscopal ProtatalltJ t
Episcopal J I Church Chu h which met today todayconsider to toconsider toCOIUIder
consider the appeal in th t thi case > f the thei theRev t tev he
i Rev R ev Dr Algernon Crapsey of Bonbon Rocnesi
i ter t suspended under charges of heresy 1aeres7The heresyThe
j The full court was present the mornberg mem members members ¬
bers being Bishop Scarborough of New NewJersey NewJeney i iJersey
Jersey the presiding omcer Canon John Johnft JohBn 3 3it
ft Moses of Garden City the Rev RevB A AB A AB
B Baker of Princeton the Rev itemw Dr DrW Drw
w W R nun Uuntingtoo oa of New y Tharles York City CityCharles CIt7Charlea
Charles C harles Andrews ADtiIN s former onaer chief made josticoof l1Itkeof madef
of o f the Court CourtOlI ofAppeak of Appeals ApP81 m ba this State StateJudge StateJqe
Judge Frederic Adams Ada of Newark NewarkJames and andJames aJMIIallleS saddam
James Parker a lawyer from 1 an Perth Perthboy Am Amboy AmboT
boy boyD boyTh
boT8111DJD
Th is 8111DJD on met to agree JTte on a askier tie de deeIIdoII
skier that b 10 M c to o AtsblJ3 K W r
0 t Walter miser of oCSdaJo Boftkle The opinions oplnionsmOfRieta of ofttrB0 ofJff o rf f
ttrB0 Jff ni members were Tftma 1i mId mIditaatad 11Ma4JatWI M h hjueaa >
itaatad jueaa sod the matting bselti n ns s adSeetMl a attio6l attio6liiitrs vtftlr vtftlrtferemUr
tferemUr iiitrs + Qaaaber a At Unit time tbJt tbJtthe Jt t k trod smMthe
the opinion will be in shape sha slutpetoad TH THBishop cite citeBlabop to toBishop
Bishop Walker WalkerPLEES aiker aikerFLEES
FLEES FROM SHOT BRIDE BEEDESixfooter BRIDESIxlootcr
Sixfooter S Runs Array After Cere Ceremony Ceremony ¬
mony but Later Repents RepentsNew RepentsNew
New York Nov N 1MichaeI Michael HaryllaMx Harvula HarvulaMX HarvU1aI4t
MX feet tall 1311 tae was w married today at St StJosephs St1OHpbs StJosephs
Josephs Catholic Church on East Twentyrsecond Tweo Tweotysceond Tweat
t tysceond street Bayons DavoaM to Miss Mar Margaret MarGaret MarSnate ¬
Snate garet t Gorman Gorman who is i a little less than thanfive thaabe thandire
five feet The difference cU enaoe la then height heighthad belgiatlaW bdgttbad
had apparently escaped < Harrtlla untilsissy until untilafter t1I t1Ialter
after the ceremony eHemCMt ax ranonr bad I seen performed performedThen pet IlK IlKTheft
Then he said to tbe btosfctng bride
I think you are too short for me aIM aaddashed aIMdashed
dashed from the church The bride
fainted and some of the CQNtaraD gnests can afterhim after afterhim afterhim
him but he eluded them themAfter themtln themAfter
After tln the t bride was brought brou t around she shewas soowas
was assiate assisted d to her home Toward even enGOle
his the bridegroom returned returnedHe retUIDeCIHe
He said be was sorry for what he had
done ad that Margaret was quite tall tallenough tallenoqb
enough e for him Margaret believed him bhrnd himand
and a nd forgave him Then TbeDWOId word was seat seatto 8eIItto
to the guests g of the wedding weddI and the
festivities f went onSTOOD on onSTOOD 011STOOD
STOOD DEAD AT PHONE PHONEla PHONENew
New cw York VolDnns Body Is Pound PoundUpright PoundIJrl
Upright IJrl I1t Receiver in Hand HandNew HandNew
New York Nov tCoW ± cokI Colt In death the thebody thebod thebody
body bod of Miss f Catherine Williams pro proprietress proprletrea prnprtetreen ¬
prietress of a hotel In Danbury Conn Connwas Connwas Connwas
was found today In an upright n > xtgbt xtgbtone t tone position positionoue
one hand still clutching a telephone noseises re receiver re recetel ¬
ceiver In the Hotel Wrexeter 138 West WestIttth WMt16th
Ittth street where she was a ahe gueet gueetShe net netobe
She he had been using uaia the telephone and
died suddenly as she stood at tbe instru instrument itatirttwent Qmeat ¬
meat The foot of the bedstead which whichstood wbicbRood
stood in the room prevented the body
from falling to the floor floorDr JIoorDr
Dr G M De Bermmgham who bo wa wacalled wi was wascalled
called in In said that death was due to tonatural tnDatural t + i inatural
natural lanes lanesThe causes causesThe
The Th body was found ioundby by E E B St John
Henrkfues ea manager of the hotel shortly t1y
before 10 oclock The telephone teIe operator oneratorcalled operatortailed neratorcalled
called his attention to the fact that Miss
Williams drop on the switchboard was wasdown wasdown wasdown
down but that she was unable to get getany et etany
any answer after repeated rl ringing 11DgIn 11DgInIr gin ginMr >
Mr Ir Henriques then went to tbe wom womans womans ¬
ans room and he saw Miss Dili Williams in IAr
Her r nightgown standing at the phone
Mr Henrique learned that Miss Will ¬
lams had been talking ta1kin over the telephone telephonewith telephonewIth
with Mrs Stoffer of IX 1 West Bighty Blght BlghtfoUtth
fourth street streetMrs streetDirs
Mrs 11 Stoffer said that Miss 11tiiiarilscalled Williams Williamscalled W1UIamscaned
called her up and after talking about t tpurchase the tbepurchase thepurcbale ire
purchase of a new hat that had just je st ar arrived ¬
rived at the Wrexeter Wre < eter for Miss 1 Williams Williamsthe W Wilhtamnthe Haana
the conversation suddenly ceased ceasedTYPEWRITING ceuedTYPEVUITISG ceasedTYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING RECORD R OORD BROKBX BROKBX3IIas BRUIiE BRUIiEMiss nOIiE nOIiEtI1s
Miss Rose no e L Fritz of New York YorkAgain 1orkgnin Yorktwain
Again gnin the Winner WinnerNew tiVlnnerNew Jn cr crNcW
New York Yo Nov 2 Miss Ilan Rose L I L E Fritz
has again won th the worlds championship
typewriter contest cont t at the National Business d
Show which Is I s being Ing held this week at a t
Madison Square Garden As in I n her pre previous p ¬
vious performance performance rrormance on Tuesday nightwhen night nightvvhtn nightwh
when wh n she wrote 2 2Wi words Ords in onelwilf f
hour from dictation she used the Under Underwood Underwood Underwood ¬
wood Typewriter rJpewrft r as also did Mr 11 Blais BlaIsell Blai s
de dell ell II and Miss Bruorton Br uoctena who weir wereand s second secondand 5eCOIIdand
and third respettlvelyCarriage respectively respectivelyCarriage respecUvelCarrlnge
Carriage Manufacturer Bnd Ends Life LifeNew Lifeew Lifeflew
New ew Haven Conn Nor 1 1Jo 3Josepb Joseph plt F FGoodrich FGoodrich PGoodrich
Goodrich formerly ormcrl a well known and andwealthy aJMlwealtbj a awealthy nd
wealthy carriage manufacturer of this tnfecity fJaMelt thiscity
city elt shot himself hlmsel and died dl d Instantly iwrtantlywhile 1 Instantlywhile 1 tb tbwhite
while sitting In a chrvir at his home tom yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday Business worries and a new nervous Dertous newour ¬
ous malady were the causes ca of the act actPut 8etPnt actPat
Put your Rnrnlns money oney to work workfor workfor workfor
for you by depositing same sam in banking b at
dept of Union Trust Co 1414 F st at Inters Intersost Int Intcst Inaoat
cst paid Deposits subject subJ t to chock at will willHacrtys willIIngcrtys willhagertys
Hacrtys IIngcrtys Tavern opens 4 1 A 31 31Everything 3IB 1
Everything EfOlj B + orythtng h nG the ft finest t 2J64 962414th Mth st at nw
TURKEYS EVADE PRESIDENTHe PRESIDENT PEESIDENTHe
He I III Hunting Small Game Large LargeBirda LnrgcDlrd LargeBirds
Birds Dlrd Being Dein Scarce ScarceRichmond ScnlOceRichmond ScarceRichmond
Richmond Va a Nov 2 2Th The Albemarlewild Albemarle Albemariewild Albemarlewltd
wild turkeys desiring not to adorn Mrs MrsRoosevelts MrsRoOleVeUs MrsRoosevelts
Roosevelts table seem to have betaken betakenthemselves betakentJteM betakenthaneelvex
themselves tJteM lvM across the river and into tbe thedeep tbedoap tbedeep
deep woods from which retreats they re refwe 18u refuse
fuse u to be enticed ontieedMrs enticedl1rs enticedMrs
Mrs Roosevelt and her husband have dfl dflcided dcWed docided
cided that wild turkey Is not wholesome wholesomeanyhow wtolelloatean7ll wholesomeanyhow
anyhow w and are devoting their attention attentionto
to cottontails and partridges The Presi President Preslde Preeident ¬
de dent t received several callers today Heand He Heaad Heami
and Airs In Roosevelt were out for a sun sunbath sunbath n nbatll
bath when the first callers arrived arrivedThe arrfvedThe arrivedThe
The weather has been perfect p rteet since their theirarrival theirIUTlvaJ theirarrival
arrival and bids fair to continue so soThere 80There soThere
There was a hjeavy llsev frost almost like Mkesnow Uk Uksnow likesnow
snow this lb morning but the air was bracing brac bracing braeI ¬
ing I aDd the sun brilliant brifiiantA brmlantA brilliantA
A A short mint on toot for birds near the tholodge t thelodge o oJod8
lodge and a horseback ride were the chief chiefevents chiefevftlta chiefevents
events of the day dayJoseph dayJoeeph dayJoseph
Joseph Wilroer was at Pine P1n Knot this thismorning thIsmorning thismorning
morning and induced the entire Presiden Presidential Pre PresidnUa1 k1ea k1eaUa1 ¬
Ua1 Party > > arty to come over to Plain Dealing Dealingin
in n the afternoonTomorrow afternoon afternoonTomorrow afternoonTomorrow
Tomorrow tbe party rt party > again oxpeets to tohunt tohunt tohunt
hunt rabbits and partridge A coon hunt huntdear 1aUltt 1aUlttden hurtdear
dear to the hearts of Virginians Virg lnianr fe scheduled sched scheduled scheduled ¬
uled to wind aa the day dayMISSING dayMISSING dayMISSING
MISSING PASTOR LOCATEDnev LOCATED
Rev Hc George C roolton I It Found In InLondon InLondon inLondon
London Bugrlntid BugrlntidRed EuglatulRed EugiantlRed
Red Bank N J Nov 1After After an absence ab absence abf1Olll ¬
sence from home of nearly a month RevGeorge Rev RevGeorge RevGeoT5e
George C Pooitoo pastor of the Methodfat Method ilethodtei
fat 1 Church at Naveidnk has been 10 located 10caled 10entod ¬
cated A letter from him received todayby today todayby todaIby
by Rev John Patoes Paia elder of the New NewBrunswick NewBnlDIi1o1ck NewIs
Brunswick district tt shows Mr r Poolton PooltonIn is isin 111In
in London England d The presiding eider eidergave elderne eide eidegave r
gave ne out this statement t ment tonight con concerning eonOI concunning ¬
cunning OI the disappearance cf the clergy clergyman clergyredo ¬
man manMr
Mr Poolton said his ordination papers paperswere paperswere pape papewere rs
rst
were at Nave Dk and that he doesnt doesntintend doesntlatend seen seenintend t
intend to preach any more He H writes writesfmn wrlaeuJIIIII writestram
fmn London where Mrs rs Poolton wilt wfttgo wR1IJCj wiltto
go to Join him as soon as she can axrange ar arrange arrRDSe ¬
range her affairs here Beth Mr Pooltot Pool Poolton PoollOb
ton and Ms wife are English by 0 birth birthIt 1MrtIt birthIt
It is known that Mr r Poolton had nut suffered 811 811ffred nutfired ¬
fired from severe attacks of nervous nervousness neIOUtIMM nervousnose ¬
ness long before be went away awayMES awayMRS awayMRS
MRS MARY ANTHONY DEAD DEADDIotlier DEADJlotll6r DEADother
DIotlier M other of Hero of the Maine Pauses PausesAway PnseaAwaT
Away Aged Eighty EightyNew ElgbtyNew
New York Nov 1 Mrs Mr Mary Anthony Anthonythe Dt1IonyUae Anthonythe
the mother of Bill Anthony who 1Io when wbenthe whenUte wh whthe
the Maine was blown up staggered staggeredthrough 8tggecedtbroap staggeredrough
through th rough the smoke and saluting ludag CalK Captagsbee CalKSJpbee
agsbee said MI I nave have the honor to report reportItr
itir Itr that UIa tile ship is staking died on onThursday onTbanda7 o n
Thtnsdrq1 Thursday I at St Marys Hospital Hoepttalbokea Hospitaltoken Ho Hoboken
t token bokeaShe
j She h had d lived Ilyed for years MlII In humble apart apartmeats aprtmeets
meats at t Jefferson Je < lSOft street street OR the thebounty Uteboaa t tounty
bounty boaa b ounty of her neighbors toad a charEortrantsnties charitable charitableorganization charitableorpaIatiOft table
organization In New York YorkMn
I Mrs Anthony was in her eightieth y yShe year yearShe yearShe
She was fond of her son Bin > After her hermind heraIa4 haasked
mind gave way y toward the end she would wouldi wouldeaJI weal I Ii
i call out in a shrill voice at a t all hours Ot Otthe or orthe
s the day and a night DI t the words which wl whichher made madeaer madeJaer
her aer son famous famousJAP famoULI
JAP SKETCHED FORT PLANS PLANSMikados PLAN PLANt l
I
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t Mikados Subject Arrested Arres d in Philip
t ines esby esb by United States Officers <
Official Hcport lot 0 Vet et Made na but bu Iti It ItI ItJ
I Is Understood He Waft nfS Acting ActingI ActingWIthont ctlnJ ctlnJltbo
I Without ltbo t Government Sanction SanctionAlthough SnnctlonJthOUidI SanctionAlthough
Although ao official report 1p rt Mae yet been beenreceived beenreceived beenreceived
received in b Washington WuId tDG relative to the thearrest thdanestof thearrest
anestof arrest of a Japanese officer for sketching alretchlasfortlfieatlodirs sketchingrortideatton IetCbbIEtortf
tortf rortideatton in Manila a oSdalfi dii dais of the theWar theWar theWar
War and State Departments were not notgreatly notgreatb notgreatly
greatly surprised when informed of tile tUefact tilefa4t thefact
fact It hasbeen suspected far some time tmtothat tkhtlIat timethat
that fire military informatkm division divisionthe oC oCthe orthe
the general staff of the Japanese e armyas army armyhas annyhu
has h as had scouts scents at work secretly not only onlyin onl onlin onlyin
in the PMiippbte6 but in continental continentalUnked COAUDeatalLnlte4 continentalCarted
Carted States as well Net tang ago the thecharge tbcd1aqe theMarge
charge was made in a responsible quar quarter quarter gdtarter ¬
ter that many of the Japanese stewards stewardsand stewardsaDd sktrarobtnd
and a nd servants 8e1YII employed eaapio on American men menowar JAeDofwar menwar
owar ofwar o war were ecers of the Mikados navy navynot navyIa naven
Ia n dII The Navy a7 Dr Department t tDOt lets letsnot
not been able to prove this hyany laany many par particular particular paricular ¬
ticular t instance but it t is s known that thatmfftrnctions thalI thatnstructions
mfftrnctions i were sent ent to commanders ofour of ofour ofour
our naval vessels to be on their guard and andto adto andto
to report any evidence they might mightable be beable beable
able to procure that their servants were tothe in inthe Inthe
the employ of the Japanese sovernnientMuch government governmentMuch ScWernment ScWernmentMuch
Much of the information upon whichthe which whichthe whichthe
the Japanese neae prepared for their war with withRussia withRuala withRussia
Russia was 88 Procured > rocured in this manner andthere and andthere andtbere
there is littte question but what the recent recentantiAmerican reccntantJAmerkan recentantiAmerican
antiAmerican agitation in Japan has hascaused hascau hascaused
caused ed the Tokyo government to tab tabstepa take takesteps takestep e
steps of this character charact with reference to tothe tothe t tthe o
the United States especially in the Phil Philippine PhilShould ¬
ippine I v vShould
Should the matter be brought officially officiallytp o ofiicia ofiiciatp lcIaUytp
tp the attention of the Japanese Ja e for foreignntAee foreign foreignoffice q qntkp
office the Action of the t young officer bilkerManila IB IBManila 10Manila n
Manila will undoubtedly be disavowed disavowedand dl8avowettand disavowedand
and rhe statement made that be was wa act acting actt actug ¬
ing t ug solely in his personal I capacity rapacitynot and andnot adDOt andof
not ha the interests lat rests of or by the orders ordersof omenor ordersand
of his government governmentINDIANS 1OenatMtINDIANS governmentINDIANS
INDIANS ESCAPE TRAP TRPCtcs TE4PUtcs TRAPLtell
Utcs Encamped on Powder River RiverWaiting Rhc Rhcnltlng RiverWaiting
Waiting nltlng for the Cheyennes CheyennesSheridan CheyennesSherJcian CheyennesSheridan
Sheridan Wyo VYO Nov 10 2 tIt It It is believed believedtbe believedthe believ believthe ed
the Utes have escaped e temporarily at atleast atleast a aleast t
least from the trap set for them by th tharmy the thearmy thearmy e
army According to the latest reportthey reports reportsthey reP01 reP01Ute
they Ute are back In Wyoming Wyomingsomewhere somewhere o oth on ontbe onthe n
the th e Powder River RiverIt RiverIt RiverIt
It is thought they are now waiting for forthe torthe fo fothe r
the Cneyannes to connect with them hay having 1aa 1aaJug ¬
Jug given up hope of reaching that band bandFurther 1HtndFurther benddetails
Further details have reached here of ofcapture the thecapture ocapture
capture yesterday of an army arm wagon wagonloaded WAS8ftloaded wa waloaded 1
loaded with supplies by the Utes UtesThe UtesThe UtesThe
The soldiers are running nulnf on short ra rations ra110M no nodens ¬
dens and food and have ba e been ordered orderedfrom orderedfrom order orderfrom ed edZh
from Little Powder River Troops Troo north northof northof nor norof Zh
of Sheridan have seen 3t n no trace tra of atChdiyennes tha thaCheyennes tJ1 tJ1Cheyezmes e
Cheyennes CheyennesWilliam CheyezmesWilliam ChdiyennesVtllliamRa
VtllliamRa VtllliamRandoluh William WilhiamBandoiphHearst Randolph ndoluh Hearst the iran ManYou iranYou
You know all about ab ut his newspapersbut newspapers newspapersbut aewspaperslIut
but there is much you ou do not know knowabout knowabout
about Hearst himself and the men menwho men menwho
who make his newspapers newspapersRead neMipoPIRead
Read tomorrows issue of Tb The Wash Washington R asltlDgtoo ash ashjagton
ington Herald HeraldIt HernJdIt HeraldIt
It will tall you ou abeut the men and andthe anOthe
the methods mothots1 that have hn precipitated precipitatedtho precipitatedthe
Ute bitterest and most m09tnothble notable campaign cam campaign carnp ¬
paign p ia the history ot ofAmorican Amorican poli Iollties politics poUtks ¬
tics tksNO ticsNovambar
November NO lhr 4 is the date aie and The TheWashiugwn TheWashington j jWashington
Washington Washington Herald the tit paper paporSchool IQ r rS
School S hool Destroyed by T Fire FireLexington FirexlngtO FireLexington
Lexington xlngtO Ky Nov tSt 5t St Johns Jobn s
School one of the first missions missionststabiiehed mIssiorurutabltsbed mtssio mtssiotstabitshed
tstabiiehed in the mountains of EasterKentucky Eastern EasternKentucky EasternK n
Kentucky K ntuck was w destroyed J by y fire today to ft1
ROOT BIG FACTOR FACTORIN PACTORHUGHES
IN HUGHES BOOM BOOMSeeretaItJfS BOONSeel
i Seeretarjfs Seel etas > s Speech eech and a zd Crok Croki Crokels Cl oh ohei
i es ei s Letter Stir Voters VotersODDS Y VotersODDS oters otersODDS
ODDS NOW FOUR TO ONE ONEMurphy Ol OlMurphy ONEMurphy
Murphy Blames es jffcCMlau i1 Clellan for forTiunmajiys forTmnnUlJl forPamm
Pamm Tiunmajiys TmnnUlJl l s S Troubles TroublesEffect
I 4
Effect of Utlca Speech Expected E licted toBe to toDe toDe
De Pnrrencrthtff as Republicans Republicanst n RepublicansBring pai1fean pai1feanDring
Bring t Bring Out Prominently Prontlnentl the Pact Pactthat Patthnt Pactthat
that the Sentiment There Ex Espreased Expressed ExpresHec1 ¬
pressed Came Direct from Wnite 1VhftehouseRcarst WniteHouse U 1te 1teUousellearst
Uousellearst House Hearst Men Have No Fear FearNew FCal9New FearNew
New York Nov lThis TIWt has been by byall byall byan
all odd odds the moat feverish and the moatexciting moat moatexciting mootexciting
exciting day of the entire gubernatorial gubernatorialfsmptlgn gubernatortalcampaca gubernatorialcampaign
campaign Nothing Xo was talked about inpeiltlcel in inpolitical InpoItUcal
political circles except the epeeeh e 1a of ofBHhn o onnnm ofI
BHhn I bu Root Root mouthpiece of o President PresidentRoosevelt Pr PresidentRoosevelt ent entR
Roosevelt R vek at Utica test night In which whichHearst wbichHearst wbkhHearst
Hearst was denounced deaMDeed in the strongest strongestterms etrenbetter strongestterms
terms ter and the cabled interview with withHiehard wit witRiehard 1t 1tRteJHtnl
Hiehard Croker the former leader of ofTammany ofTamuIaJIr
Tammany Hall scoring ortng Mr Hearst and andcriticising anderJ andcriticising
criticising erJ severely He ly Charles F Murphy Murphythe larphythe Marphythe
the resent leader of the wigwam for foryielding forIddlat fory
yielding y to the demands d of Mr Hearst Heamfor Hearnfor
for the Democratic nomination for r gov governor so soerJtOr gocrane ¬
crane ernorThese erJtOrlttee craneThew
These two Incidents coming together togetheras toa th thas
as they t did dW constitute tute the most efteetiv eftxtireblow efteetivblow etteetiblow
blow that has been struck at the Hearst Hearstcandidacy Hear Hearcandidacy HesrsPcandidacy
candidacy since the Buffalo convention conventionand cetnaltionMd conventionturd
and there can be but little doubt of the theadverse theadverae theadverse
adverse effect they will w l have when It Itcomes Itcomes itcomes
comes to casting the votes on Tuesday Tuesdaynext TIMItd TIMItdnext Tuesdaynext
nextThe next nextThe
nextThe
The interview with Croker In which hi hirepudiated hfropudlated berepudiated
repudiated Hearst He nt and the cable < message messagefrom JDaIIagfrom mesa mesafrom
from him congratulating COII51 ulatmg Senator MeCanon Me MeCarren M MCarre
Canon tJie he Brooklyn leader has thrownTammany thrown thrownTammany tbnnmTammany
Tammany Hall into a panic and it is isconceded tICCODCeded ixconcealed
conceded by many of the leaders that fire thoincident tittlneldent firencdleni
incident will spoil the chances of a big bigplurality bitplurality bigplurality
plurality f for fqr Heart H In New York County CountyIr Count CountMr Countyair
Mr Ir Murphy Diurpq will not admit this puMieb puMiebbut pubUIbut
but those who are very close to him de dticl declare dtclue ¬
clare cl are in private that they have lost hop hopof hope hopet f fof
of t electing < Mr Hearst Hearst3IurpIiy HeantarpbT HearstMurphy
Murphy arpbT Blames lnmcs McQlellan McQlellanMr JIcQIellanfro
Mr Murphy is Inclined to blame Mayo MayoMeCteilan layerMcClellan MayoMcClellan
McClellan for the th troubles that t at have havebeset baVpbeet harpbeset
beset Tammany Hall since the indorse indorsement indonment iitdorsemast
ment of the CIItt candidacy ot of o Mr Hearst HearstBuffalo 2 2BWtalo
Buffalo It te known the mayor Jte rio violently iolently
lently opposed to Hearst who hae called calvedhba calledhim calerlhIM
him repeatedly re in Ms newspapers th thfraud tho thofraucl thfraud
fraud eyes aaet and a little snrv snrvthief sne snethief snectthief
thiefHe thief thiefHe thiefHe
He went to Bualo personally to oppo oppothe 0Jp0the oppesthe
the ambition of e Mr Hearst and it te said saidsj sadJtg soldAg
sj Ag Jtac is loft lef aoftone act tope unturned since i1 ttmto tb then thento r rto
to uadermhM uu er the Hearst rove movement ment MrMurphy Mr MrMurphy KlMurphy
Murphy aejevses Mm openly now of ustnp 1Dfnthis ustnphis nsin nsinhis F
his s power JtOW powera r a mayor Of tfe bring < about a ut the thedefeat th thd thdeAt
d defeat f of Cr arat
He says n the mayor has been 1 sendingJohn sendin sendinJoIuI sending sendincJoin
I John OBrien 0 Bdea oonuniesioner sooner er of water su suply sup supply
ply who has long been his righthanrman rigluhanu rigluhanuman rtghthanlmaa
maa man to heads of departments over o r whon whontbe whont whonthe >
the mayor exercises the absolute power oreaeoval o oremoval vremoval
removal with the threat that if they th y d dnot dDOt dnot
not de their best for the election etE tion o oHughes oHlIhet oHughes
Hughes the Republican candidate t andid3 te fo fogOTeraor fogovernor 0 0SOyer40f
governor their Jobs win be in danger dangerSpoke daarerSloke dangerSpoke
Spoke for the President PresidentAc PresidentAa
Ac to the effect of o the speech of 0 Seer Seertary SecTtal7 Secrptary
tary Root on the chances of Mr Hear Hearthere Heartllere Hears Hearsthere
there can be no doubt except a uxpt te a degree degreIf eIf degreeIf
If Mr Root had said what he did in bl blown Iown ¬
own responsibility the thematter matter would hav havbeen ha habeen hav havbeer
been considered serious enough for n titree nene nODe <
ODe has greater political influence in tbr tbrsection th thsection IItsection
section in which he spoke than the t he Sc Scretary Seeretuy Secrotary
rotary He comes from a family that has hasfor basor hasfor
for or years been influential in the educa educational educatlena educatonal ¬
tonal aad social circles of Middle New NewYork NewYork e1 e1York
York and his voice has always a1wa s bee beepotent beepotent beepotent
potent there since he entered ent ed acctivelinto actively activelyinto activel activelInto
into the affairs of the Republican pattyBut party partyBut partyBut
But when it is considered CODtde that he acted actedas acte ad < l las las
as the spokesman sp ke maa far the President himself him himself hlmI ¬
I self in his terrific denunciation of MrHearst Mr MrHearst MrHearst
Hearst It is hard to estimate how wideepread wide widespread ¬
I spread the effect of his words words win be beThe beTbe
The excitement ever the tbespeeelt speech and the themeeage th thmessage thJneB +
message JneB of Croker was reflected re leet4d In tlv tlvbetting UFbettiob tivbetting
betting today 1O a when the odds w wt at to 4 to
1 against a11 nst Hearst and when some betswere bets betsvrcrc t tere
were ere placed at 5 to 1 This Is a jumj jumjfrom jumffrom jumifrom
from V s and 3 to 1 and there was plenty plentyof plentof plentyof
of money offered when the market caned cksedthere ckMdtbere canedthere
there being bet one lump sum of 449rOtt 4t j 1lfrGl I offered offeredat otren ofereuat4to1 > u uat
at at4to1 4 to 1 1Mr 1r
Mr r Murphy said today
I do not think that Mr Croker or orPresident orPresident orPresident
President Roosevelt can change a singlevote single singlevote singlevote
vote in this State People have made m mtheir U Utheir ulfinely
their minds bow they are going to vorr vorrand rrotrand OtraDd
and they will vote that way In the city cityof cityof
of New York Hearst will have ao less lessthan lesoithan lessthan
than 9QCKM 001 plurality and be may have110O1 have haveIfMQO h H HAr
IfMQO 110O1 Mr Hearst will wll be elected electedHughea electedHngheN electedliuglies
Hughea Makes Sine Addresses AddressesMr AddressesMr c1trc8seslr
Mr lr Hughes returned from his final up upState upState upState
State tour today and after taking less lessthan les lest Ieathat
than an hour 1a oft for his dinner jumper jumperJnto j jumpedto 1pento
Jnto to Timothy L I L Woodruffs auto and nd cov covered co coeftd soreyed ¬
eyed about fifty miles in Brooklyn an anQueens anQueens anQueens
Queens making nine speeches before mid midnight midD midnight
night D bt Brooklyn and Queens turned out outin outIn
in force to greet the th candidate cand tlat and the thereception thfreteptJop
reception accorded him equaled an den demonstration denonstratioa ¬
onstration since the campaign campel < n opened openedIn oPnedIn openedIn
In Brooklyn Brookl proper Mr Hughes spoke spokosix spokfslx
six sixttt sixtttthe tunes nes The halls were so crowded that thsvthe thatthe
the police bad to pry a way for the candi candidate oandidate
date through the crush ami 38f in many in instances Inthe n nstances ¬
stances the egress of Mr Hughes and hi hiparty hiparty hipang
party was Mocked for pome = ome minute minutewhite m1nutwhile minutewhile
while enthusiastic en1hu lactlc parties pressed aroun arounto arouml < T Tto
to shako the candidates candk1nt 8 hand In Queenr Queenrhe Q t tieen tieenhe n ne
he e made several speeches speechesIlcnrst spcedlaIIcnr4t speechesllenrst
Ilcnrst Replies to nootIn hootIn Hoot HootIn
In a whirlwind tour of Brooklyn and andQueen andQueeDli
Queen County Couat tonight Mr Hearst de devoted deted ¬
1 voted + oterd ted his speeches to answer the attack attachwade attackmade attakwa4e
made upon him by Secretary of Staff StatrHoot StaffRoot StateRoot
Root at Utica last night Beginning glnnin hb hbaddress hl hlet1dree hisaddress
address Mr 1 Hearst Hear t said saidI saidI
I have said 53 d I am proud of the enemie enemieI
I have made and I am prouder of non nonsUwn nonUlan nomthan
Ulan I am of Elilm Root Boss Bos Cioker Ciokerand Ctokerand t oker okerand
and Pat McCarrenRost McCarren McCarrenMr cC1rrtn cC1rrtni
Mr i Root today a public official whooccupies who whooccupies wf1noccupies
occupies a high place > in the United Urit d Stitei Stiteigovernment ttc ttcsov tit titgovernment
government sov t and who shouirf eh uid rr Tlr Tlrthe rcireteea rcireteeathe r een eenthe
the whole people pe ple of these United rnit t ntted d States Statesregardless StatNreprdlEss Statesregardless
regardless fat f party part has dragged his high highposition bl highposition h hposition
position into a partisan campaign and into intoa lotoIi intou
a Ii personal stuck tt k in a local situation inorder in inorder inartier
order to serve his corporation mastersThe masters mastersThe mastersThe
The candidate on the Independent Iod pen ent and andDemocratic andDemocratic andDemocratic
Democratic tickets said that t111 t the Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary of Slots was opposing him beoause beoauseI be u2t u2tI
I fought foi ght the corporations C that own him himKrBD hintCO himCONTIYIlD
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