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PRESIDENT LEAVES LEA LEAVESr YES YESFOR
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Sails on Mayflower M Ma 1rJloVeJ 0j j ret to Li Lipeet InsPe Illt
sPe peet ec ecSALDTE t t Puma Canal CanalSALUTE CanalSALUTE
Canal
SALUTE SIGNALS START STAETHS STARTMlsRoos
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1 MlsRoos IisRoose r eLt 1tarubStJtgeon IUI e eCl tp soil Gen GClleral
veral eral Cl ftl Bixey wI witR ilii HS 1 1111 1111flare Him HimBlare HinlBlare
Blare of Trumpets Announce His HisArrival HI8Arrival HisArrival
Arrival at the Xavy ou > Yard and andShips andShips andShips
Ships Band Plays the National An Anthem Anthem ii iithem ¬
them as He Boards the YacbtAm Yachttmbassador Yacht YacbtAmbassador Am Ambassador ¬
bassador and Mute Jnsserand at atDock atDock atDock
Dock to Witness the Departure DeparturePresident Departuref DeparturePre DeparturePresident
f
President Pre Roosevelt t Is now aboard the theconvert UteconverW thetenvertd
converW convert yacht Mayflower OB OIIAta OIIAtato ids way wayto walto
to the theIfitDIIIS Isthmus of Panama Pane The May Mayflower Mayitolwmr y yOwer ¬
Ower flower In command of Cap Capt L Long ftg will willreach willreaelt willreaelt
reaelt tfc the mouth of the Potomac early oarlythis earlythis eulythis
this morning where the President and andhis dhta andhis
his party will will transfer tra to the big battle battleship 1Iattleship battleahlp ¬
ship Louisiana L illlaa the largest vessel easel of ofUtted the theUnited theAJlted
United States Staiea tatea navy navY which will convey conveyhim COftYQhim conveyhim
him te the Isthmus IsthmusWhen IstlIInu1b IatbmusWheat
When 1b he step steps ashore at Colon It wilt wiltbe wtltbe wiltbe
be the first instance in the history hI of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the republic where the President Pte of the theHalted theUatted theMalted
Halted States has put foot t upon foreign foreignsoil foreignsoil foreignt
t soil during hk hilt incumbrance of office officeThe DceThe officeThe
The fitful nat Zone is held to be American AmericanBoll Americansoil
Boll but Coton a to outside ou tIdcIe the Zone Zene as IaJao is isalso isc iscaloe
also the city of Panama where the Presi President Praldent President ¬
dent lid nd Mr Mn Roosevelt Roo evelt will for a few fewHours fewhour fewhours
Hours 1 bs the guests of President Anador Anadorof Amadorof dmadOrof
of the Panama PaM republic republicBesides repubUeBe republicBeeldcs
Besides Sirs Reu Rossevelt evelt the only oatybers Mm MmAdmiral aeswbets
bets e his party oft the trip we Rear RearAdmtralRift7 ResarAdmiral
Admiral AdmtralRift7 Rfawy SM sw eon General Of Of the thenavy theMY thenary
navy and Assistant at Secretary Latta LattaThe LattaThe LattaThe
The President spent nt a busy day at the theWhite theWblte theWhite
White House winding up affairs a < of state statebefore statebetore statebefore
before his departure While he Is away awaySecretary awaysecretary way waySecretary
Secretary Loeb wiH wilt be in charge at theWhite the theWhite theWhite
White House Houee and Secretary Root will willoccvpy willpy willoccepy
occvpy py the seat t on the lid usuallyReid usually usuallyheld aually1teId
held by Y Secretary Taft when the Pre President Preeldent i ideat ¬
dent Is away on an extended ext trip tripTp tl11TQ tripTo
Tp Keep In Communication CommunicationDespite GounllnnlcRtlonDesptte CotnnmunieationDespite
Despite Despite the fact that the President is isafloat isafieat isafleat
afloat afieat e he will be in close IOH eommvoicatioii eommvoicatioiiwith eommwulcaUonvIUt eommnicattonwith
with affairs at Washington The Louis Louisiana Lomsi Louisitptut ¬
iana i has been fitted up with the t most mostcomplete mnstCOIWPlete mostcomplete
complete wireless apparatus apparatwable available availableLieut aw tlnble j jLieuL sLIoUL
Lieut Evans J of the navy 7 has been beensigned Beensignee beensigned
signed to special duty in charge of th thInstrument t I IIlIIifIU8Ient h hinatrument
Instrument aboard the vessel He lIete TV TVcommunicate v vcommunicate
communicate te from time to time ttllU wjtu tfil tfilwireless t611reieN t1 t1wireieat
wireless stations along the coast and andthus andtnua and1inus
thus the t President t will ill be kept advised advisedof advisedof hhled hhledof
of the trend of events eventsThe ecemntsThe tL tLTIle
The President was was in conference with withSecretary withSecretary 1th 1thSeeretary
Secretary Root up to the time of his departure de departure de departurft ¬
parture parturft from the White WId House at 330 370At 330At 3 3At
At that hour be and Mrs Roosevelt en enUre4 en16retI entered
Ure4 thlr tMIr carriage and andIn ye direct dI ct to tothe toiawy
the theIn iawy 111p 111pla
In dock awaftiag a IIIC1d1Q Urn UrnJust hdapJutdt
Just 1 before befott the ms arrival it a fiery d wagon wagonfrom wa waft9Ia wagonfree
from free a local florists Aorist drove down to the thewharf theWharf thewharf
wharf and a half doaen large 1ar clusters clustersof dlMllersof dustersof
of of roses and and other ber rut ut flowers were weretaken weretakea weretaken
taken aboard the Mayflower and placed placedin pIaCdin placedin
in the Presidents PIe6 nts cabin They were gift giftto giftJI giftJIto glfhto
to Mra Roosevelt from her friends Capt CaptLeutse CaptLeUDletbe CaptLeutse
Leutse LeUDletbe the commandant of the Washing Washington WIlMington Washington ¬
ton Navy Yard Yard where the Mayflower was wasdocked 1VUdocked wasdocked
docked together with practically all the thenaval thenava1 thenaval
naval officers at the yard were at the thewharf t thewharf e ewharfln
wharf wharfln hi full dress dr uniform to await the thearrival thearrlval thearrival
arrival of tbe President Pn and bid him adieu adieuTh adieuTIht adieuThe
Th The t commandant also had a company of ofmarines otJUJJaes ofmarines
marines and a detachment of Jackios Jackiosdrawn JaeJtleadraWR Jackiesdrawn
drawn up in lute to give the President Presidenta
a salute when he stepped upon the gang gangplank pn pnplaak pangplapk ¬
plank plaakIrnlltI1etll
Trumpets Announce Arrival ArrivalIt ArrivalIt rrhal rrhalIt
It was v 350 when the Presidents Pre car carriage carna carriage ¬
riage na reached the dock doc There was a ablare ablare ablare
blare of trumpets as a he appeared Alight AlightIng ADpti Aughtfag
fag i from his carriage be assisted Mrs MrsRoosevelt XrsR sirs sirsRoosevelt
Roosevelt R lt out out and then turned to shake shakehands shakehaJMIs shakehandswith
hands handswith with the commandant and several severalof 8enoralof severalof
of his staff > When he started across the thegang theIA thegang
gang IA plank the bead on board the ship shipstruck shipBtruck shipstruck
struck up rite The Star Spangled Span Banner Bannerand Bannerand
4 and the crowd ero d of 1M or more persons on onshore onsbore onshore
shore gave ve a cheer cheerQn cheerp cheerQn
Qn board the President found awaiting awaiting111m
him to say goodby Ambassador Am 4or and andMme andlhne andMine
Mme Jusserand Secretary and Mrs Cor Cortejyou CorteJyou Cortelyou
tejyou Secretary Loeb Loeb and Mrs Rfxey RtxeyI RlxeyCapt RfxeyCapt
I Capt Long Lo greeted him as he set foot footupon footUpon footupon
upon the ship Fifteen minutes later the thegang thepog thegang
gang plank was 1 pulled in by a half dosen dosenrobust do dosenrobust en ent
robust t Jackles and nd two minutes laterCapt laterCapt later laterCapt
Capt Long saw I orders for the ship to tomove tomove tomove
move moveSlowly moveSlowly
moveSlowly
Slowly the vessel ve8 l1 pulled away from her herlock herk herdock
lock k and as she did so the President ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared aft on the main deck and was wasgiven wasgty wasgiven
given gty a rousing cheer by the crowd crowdwhich crowdhleb crowdwhich
which hleb he acknowledged acknow by removing retDOIr his hisbig hisbib hisbig
big black slouch hat and bowing bowingBoKler bowingBu5ter bowingBuster
Buster the brindle bulldog bull o whose whoseoJBce whoseoftiee e eo
o oJBce ee Is that of mascot of the Mayflower Mayflowernext Mayflowernext ay ower owernext
next to tbe President was the most eon conspicuotts eonapieuous eonA
A spicuotts figure re upon the deck He too toowas toow toowas
was w In full dress His uniform consisted consistedof coD8letedot consistedof
of a blanket made from rom sailors jeanswith Jeans Jeanswith jeanWith
with his name embroidered in gold lace laceupon laceup laceupon
upon up n either side side and a heavy standing standingcotter standingcollar
collar fhewiseInscribed likewise inscribed with his name nameHake nameJlnkc namelake
Hake Friends with President PresidentHe PresldentHe
He didnt quite understand all the cere ceremony cere ceremony ¬
mony and fuss but he made a great greatbluff greatbJuft greatbluff
bluff bluff at t knowing and skipped with de delight de delltht delight ¬
light from Jackie to ofifeer and from of officer ofto ofhoer ¬
hoer to President in n the most unconvenUomnl unconven unconventional UDCOftvenUoaal ¬
tional fashion He made friends at once oncewith oncewith oncewith
with the President PresidentJust PrealdentrU PreeldeaLJust
Just as tbe ship pulled away a man in inthe inthe hnthe
the crowd shouted Good luck Mr MrPreaMent iiiIPrwNea MrPresident
President and a sale voyage voyageThank V07qer V07qerk voyageThank
Thank k you thank you very much mgehreplied muchrepMed lqebl
replied l pIIed the President who was quick to tocatch tecatch tocatch
catch the farewell greeting eal I am going
down dov to see bow the canal is getting gettingalong gettingalong
along aJoIi he continued as he waved eCI his hat hatami hatan hatand
and < bowedDont bowed bowedDont bowedDont
Dont fan In I Mr President Pr President nt shouted shouteda
a huskylunged Individual but hln hi words wordsof wordaof wordsof
of warning WamiD were lost to the President t in inthe illthe Inthe
the thundering of the salute of twenty twentyone twentyODe
one guns p S which hleb was fired as the May Mayflower Mayftow Mayflower ¬
flower ftow steamed slowly down do the be Eastern EasternBranch easternBranch em emBrauch
Branch toward the Potomac PotomacSurgeon Potomatu PotomacSurgeon
Surgeon u General Rlxey Rlxe came near being beingleft beeOfeft beingleft
left behind He and Mrs Rtxey were the thefirst thetl1it theAnt
first of the party to arrive at tae taeJat dock dockJust dockJust
Just before the vessel started he came o othe 01 01Ute oKthe
the boat to asdat Mrs Rlxey to her car carriage carrIap carriage ¬
riage Apparently Capt Long did not ob observe ob obierft obserwa ¬
serve that be was waIIhore ashore and gave e the or order order order
der to bans kao at in tile gangplank asplank The Jackiestart Jackie jackiesstarted jaclltesstarte
start started to do so and the surgeon orest y general generalwa geperalwaA
wa waA 9 oBHged gDd od to Md his wife a hasty good goodby podby goodby
by and run for the ship lie H got aboard aboardail aboardall aboardall
all Tight 1MItk bt k was a mighty close call cullte callfte callhe
fte te Presidents Pr s test day dl In Washiugton Washingtonwas
was devoted strictly to official business businessThere busineiiTllere businessThere
There were fswar callers than usual usa + aL Only OnlyCONTINUED On1lOTIXIED OnlyCONTINUED
CONTINUED OX 0 SECOND PACK PACKWide PAGEfc1 PAOKWide
Wide fc1 Board F 2 Per toO ft ftIumber Itlumber
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1 umber Trust Broken BrokenLabU BroktnL1iJLt BrokenLibbey
LabU Libbey Co fith st t and N K Y ave aceE j
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland IarylandFair Fair today and andtomorrow andtomorrow andtomorrow
tomorrow light easterly winds windsbecoming windsbecomi windsbecoming
becoming becomi g variableHERALD variable variableHERALD variableHERALD
HERALD f t EWS SUMMARy SUMMARyPAge SUMMARY SUMMARYPage
PAge
LOCAL LOCALIPre8de LOCAL1President
1 IPre8de President t Leaves for Panama PanamaI PlU1amIProt
I IProt Prof H Bft Arrested ArrGtedln In London Lend n f fMuraar fr frt fat fatMier <
t Muraar MierFight 111aiItr1Isitt MuraarFight
Fight In ft Typograpnloal l Union Taken TakenUp T8k T8kUp Taken TakenUp
Up Up3Preeident UpPre Up2President
3Preeident Pre lc1ent May Take Up Tariff Tar1ftNeW TariffNew
2 New Blood Wanted fanted In Beard of ofTrade ofTrade
Trade Trade7Chl18Rthemum Trade7Chrysanthemum
7 Chrysanthemum Show Opens OoonsLSlatppors OvensLShlppcrs
12 LSlatppors Shippers Contend With Ith ew Freigat FreigatTroubles Fr8lfttTroublali PrelgetTroubles
Troubles TroublaliPOLITICAL S
POLITICAL POLITICAL1Ret1rrBS POLITICAL1Betaras
1 1Ret1rrBS Haiwrns Show Hearst Badly Knifed KnIted3Republicans KnifedS KIiItedIRapubUCM
S Republicans Claim Fiftyfour Flf fo r Majority MajorityIB JiqarltyR
IB R House House3Oppoaents BouseJOppoaents House3Opponents
3Oppoaents of Senator Dryden Drd DrydsaAggros DrydsaAggrosawe Aggres Aggressire ggres ggresshoe
sire
TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHIC3iFlve TELEGRAPIIIGi TELEGRAPHIC3Five
3iFlve i tve Die la New York Tenement Fire Fhrfc3rUge Fir FirBrWge FireIBridge
IBridge 3rUge Tender Blaraad BJam for f < Attortte At1 t1c
City Wreck Wreck4Jealous Wreck4Jealous Wreck4J
4Jealous 4J ealoaIJ Girl Sacrifices ritic Three Llv LI LIFO Liss LissFOREIGN s sFOREIGN
FOREIGN FO FOREIGN4Warsaw EIGN EIGN4WafR
4 4WafR Warsaw Terrorists Blow Up Soldiers4Emperor Soldiers SDI r r4JCmperor
4 4JCmperor Emperor William Balks Low LO 1r Match tCik tCik4Nor
4 4Nor Norwegian orwegiamt Cabinet Caaag Cu Clsaugs Clsaugs4Prueslan > ges ges4PMMBlan s
4 4PMMBlan Prussian Minister Quits Quit4CastellAne Quits4Castellane
4Castellane Case to Be Decided Thurs Thursday Thurscia Thereday ¬
day dayMILLIONAIRE cia ciaMILLIONAIltE dayMILLIONAIRE
MILLIONAIRE SQUATTERS SQUATTERS3Inny SQU4TTERSJfnn m mAlan
3Inny Alan Resiilcniw in Fashionable FnnhlonnhleFifth FaRltlonablePlfth FashionableFifth
Fifth Avenue cnue Will III Lone Property PropertyNew PropertNew PropertyNew
New York Nov aSoores Score of o milltoa milltoaalres mil milaf1ftI miliienaires
aires and hundreds of property pro rty owners ownersresiding owners ownersresiding vners vnersreahUag
residing along long aristocratic Fifth avenue aveoeehave a ahave avenuehave
have be been n pronounced squatters hy 8 a adecision adec adec3slon
decision dec s6on of Justice OGorman of the Su Sopromo Supreme SttprfQte ¬
promo Court Stoops of houses 110 portico portJCOland porticosand porticoand
and court yards encroaching upon d eIQr eIQrpr dtlrproperty y yproperty
property pr pftty will II have to be torn down havoicing In Involving IaolvJn ¬
voicing olvJn the loss of millions millionsThe millionsThe millionsThe
The city Ity proposed ed to widen Fifth ave avenue ayenIe avenue ¬
nue and it was discovered there were werenumerous wer wernumerowt we wenumeroUIJ
numerous encroachments of o private prop property property property ¬
erty ertySuch ertySuch ertySuch
Such structures as the WaldorfAsto WaldorfAstoria ¬
via Sherrys the th Knickerbocker Knlk rbocker Trust TrustCompany TruetCompan TractCompany
Company and Altmans new store will willhave wf1lhave willhave
have to undergo undf > rg harg5 17rg > Th Whitney Whitneyi Whitneymcmr hltnp hltnpmln
mln illn i + + n a i t 1 i iJllnUS e emm
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n i to plfc plf picPs > cPS s and n nearly arlv a 1 P < T r If > f oth others others otters ¬
ers injured four of them probably fatally fa fatally fatal17 ¬
tally by the explosion of ten sticks of ofdynamite 0d7DJPIte ofdynamite
dynamite in the midst of a crowd ero of ofItalian oCItalian ofIndian
Italian laborers at t Carriek a stib st subhrb bterb rb to today today today ¬
day dayT 4 4The 4The
The T dotal dotalANlO dead deadMlHd
ANlO I k1O C19s r Wpa a t tFa stem stemRat
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Rat sat cs d dewiei
MlHd Mrf fajnvi f ftltlllt fa te ib ibPILtL r rPCAL I I IPUL
PCAL BBMCU DBMCI n > latcta ahoH ifiSJul baIi MOU si em emPOiUNICK eertb I
tb boIh boirvINzdENO Ii
YI7IL vINzdENO O DANAItD1 DASA8Df its berse am amei
eI hair hairAOyUkICK oW oWPOUNICK
POiUNICK KUSCtRK R4b36RL owa cn6111 4 lea leaA wa waA
A score of others were hurt All Allsu are aresuffering areangering
suffering su from burns burn and broken hlOkeRbut bones bonesbut bonesbut
but are expected pecte to recover recoverThe recoverThe over overThe
The foreigners had been working on a asewer AlewtOr asewer
sewer and were eating their dinner about abouta
a Are when the dynajnite dyns rite which had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been placed near r the ftr lire to thaw oat by byone byODe byone
one of the workmen exploded The men menwere menwere menwere
were hurled in all directions dtr lo by the force forceof forceof forceof
of the explosion explosionThe exploaonThe explosionThe
The injured were brought to the city cityand cityand cityand
and taken to St Josephs Hospital HospitalCANTON H08PItalCANTON HospitalCANTON
CANTON SUFFERS GREAT FIRE PISEPoreicrn FIREForelJu FIREForeign
Foreign Marines Aid Il Natives to E Etinguisia Er ErtinKnlnli ExtinJuh
tinKnlnli the Plumes PinniesHongkong lo PlumesHongkong lnmeC lnmeCHOII
Hongkong HOII < kong Nov 3All 9 All the restaurants restaurantsand re6atJlaJlbiand restaurutsand
and gambling gam dens in tbe moet populous populousquarter populeMquarter populousquarter
quarter of the native section HCt of Can Canton CaRuJB Cant ¬
ton uJB opposite oppoeItethe the European quarter quatt r were weredestroyed weredeaitroyed weredestroyed
destroyed by a big fire ftr which swept sweptaway sweptaway weptaway
away 5tt houses today The conflagra conflagration conftabllLtlon conilagratlott ¬
tion started In a warehouse and andtauDed was wasfanned wasfanned
fanned by a brisk bri k wind which placed it itbeyond it1te7O itbeyond
beyond d control of the native firefightingAt firefighting firefightingagencies ftre htlng htlngqencIeL
agencies agenciesAt qencIeLAt
At last reports the blaze was still st l rag ¬
lug jn but there was little prospect of its itsspreading iwapradtng itsspreading
spreading further Marines from foreign foreignwar foreignwar foreignwar
war ships were ere landed and assisted the theterrorstricken theterrorstricken theterrorstricken
terrorstricken natives In confining the thefire thewithin thelire
fire within certain limits The damage damagewttl damagewill 5e 5ewill
will be over overHEAD 1OM 1t1SrI1t 1t1SrI1tHEAD OL OLHfAT
HEAD EURSE NURS THE BOSSPJmysleinns BOSS BOSSPhysicians BOSSPbY1llclnlt14
Physicians In Long Inland I Ianel Hospital HospitalResign 1I0NpltnlRell HospitalResitm
Resign Rell n on Her Account AccountNew AccountNew AccountNew
New York Nov No 8 8DecJartUb Declaring that theirprofessional their theirprofessional theirprofe
professional 8tonal dignity had been wounded by bybeing byeaoockod bybeing
being henDecked and bossed ed by the rhehead mehead thehead
head nurse six physicians s in the German GermanHospital GennnHospitaJ GermanHospital
Hospital of WiHlamsburg have tendered tenderedtheir tend tendtbflr tendered tenderedtheir
their resignations resignationsThe reslgna resignationsThe lions lionsThe
The physicians say that unless Miss MissElla MissEIIa MissElla
Ella Kurts the head nurse nur is discharged dischargedthey dischargedtht dischargedthey
they will leave leaveArmed Jea leaveArmed Ye YeArmed
Armed neutrality exists in the hospitalpending hospital hospitalpending hoIpttalpendin
pending a decision of the t board of trus trustees trustees trimtees ¬
tees The head nurse does not speak to tetbe tothe tothe
the physicians pbni who in turn do not speak speakto speakto speakto
to her The tune nurse seems ems to have the thebest thebest thebest
best of the fight so far as S SuperintendentPoly Superintendent SuperintendentPauiy perlntendent perlntendentPauly
Poly is looking for men to take the thephysicians thePRJJIIIictans thephysicians
physicians places placesENGINEER placesENGINEER placesENGINEER
ENGINEER INHERITS 80000 80000Refuse 80000Rorue 80000Refuses
Refuse to Give Up Hire Position of ofli ofm ofLe
li m Per Week WeekNew WeekNew VeekNew
New York Nov No S SWorn Worn with age and andhard aDdhard andhard
hard work Watson Rains RaI an engineerstill engineer engineerstill engineerRUI
still sticks to his hi job in the engineroom engineroomof
of Proctors Theater though he has un unexpectedly uncxpedc4f unexpectedly ¬
expectedly come Into a fortune of orA SMM Se11A SMMA
A lawyer last week found Raise in the theengineroom theDe1OOIft theengineroom
engineroom De1OOIft and nd turned over the mend securities seeurlt1M mendtie ¬
ties tie to him No one would have known knownof knownof knownof
of hs good fortune bad it not been for the theappearance theA theappearance
appearance A of some new tools on Halnes Halneswork Rltlneswork Ralneswork
work beachMy bench benchMy benchMy
My family want wants lIlS me to stop worksaid work worksaid workaMI
said Ralae today but t I dont mean to toI to toI toI
I would ale wUfcin a year ft I steppedwerk stopped stoppedwork sleppoowork
work I get II 1 per week k here her and Im Imcoins Imto Imgoing
coins to stick stickVatican SdckYathnn htickVatican
Vatican Stakes Formal Protest ProtestMadrid ProtetXadrid ProtestMadrid
Madrid Nov S SoTIle The Papal lJntltCfo nuncio has haspresented basple8eDted haspresented
presented to the government govep nmot a protest protestfrom protestf1Om protestfrom
from the t Vatican against Sl nst the cMl mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage bill The fact fact tactthat that the Vatican has hasinterfered 11MInterfered hasinorfered
interfered may affect t the question con considerably considel1l0ty Considerabty ¬
siderably The tardiness of the tile protest protestcauses JIOte8tcauses protestcauses
causes surprise surpriseTlie surprl8eT11t surpriseTime
Time JerclKoati Collection Collectionof
of Oriental Carpets and Rugs Is still being bemgsold beJD beJDold beingsold
sold at 11 a m awl ad 3 p m daily At the theWashington theWaslllngton theVasaingion
Washington Art rt Galleries GRII rlfS 1400 I i H uL s > t tti ti nw nwEvery my myI rt rtFvery
I Every piece sold 1 Is s absolutely guaranteed guaranteedby e eby tl
by Mr Jereissatl who is Indorsed by the theauctioneers
I auctioneers ail aw tluneCrs u n crs Messrs esrs Brown 8 Tolson
j
The President Pr n Departing DepartinIiU IiU Uncle C Samuel ueI will sill you youkindlr u kindly look ook after aff thatMT th that t i X am lm gone tone ne
KNTVES i BEAT HEARST HEARSTU
U rtO11 fiOll O Or of ofRe
Re r lit Ui ulAInorratic Ill fl1d t1C t1CCHANLER Ticket TicketCHANLER
CHANLER IS WINNER BY 4600 4600Phnrefl 46004ccurate
4ccurate Figures Cannot CannotNe1 Be Oh Oht
t ran 1
an a sp t ilrKCtetn nml nmlIs
In Dropped bi l y All Parties PartiesDemo PartiesDemocrats Demo Democrat ¬
crat crats lilll Vill Spend Canal Funds FundsNew FnmlsNew
New York Y r1C Nov S SRevtM Revised returne turar on onthe ORthe onthe
the State ticket from all counties indi indicate tDdIcate m dl dlcmte ¬
cate clearly that the Democntde candi candidates cudtdate candidatee ¬
dates for all oflfees except governor have haveI havesmall havesmall
I small pluralities on the face of the re returns re returM returns ¬
turns The highest plurality te that of ofSkene orSkeae ofSkene
Skene candidate for or engineer and purveyor our surveyor ourftyor ¬
veyor who seems to have nearly 10MO 10MOthe 16 16the 18100the
the exact figures 11 at present available availablei ftIlabIesbo availableshowing
i snowing sbo bun to be tm t in the lead leadLieut leadIJeout leadLieut
Lieut Gov Go Bruce appears to be bebeaten bebaten bebeaten
beaten by from 4 44W to ifJN i UM avail available I available vatl vatlaMe ¬
able figures showing him bb s 461 4581 behindChanler behind behindChanter beW beWChaRier
Chanter the Democratic nominee nomineei JMJmlnHTbe nomineeThe
i Tbe figures received today toda ma made e the thesituation Utesituation thesituation
situation appear a little bit better jor jorthe torthe for forthe
the Republicans Repablkns there leaf a few gains gainsfor pJnfor gainsfor
for them but these wljp W not soflicient soflicientto samd sufiiclentto nt ntto
to indicate any material matertaJ im Change age in the result re result re ret reIt ¬
sult sultIt sultIt t
It baBOBMB 11 TN more apparent that the de defeat defeat defeat ¬
feat of Mr Hearst was brought about aboutentirely abouteaUrely aboutentirely
entirely by Democratic knifing k1Ii Had the thehead tnehead tJaeM
M head of the ticket received the support of ofthe orUte ofthe
the Democrats and others who voted for forthe torthe forthe
the minor candidates New York State StatewouW Statewould Statewould
would have had a Hearst Heart adm administration administrationafter a hlln hlltratloa hlltratloaafter tl11t1on tl11t1onafter
after January 1 1It 1It 1It
It will be impossible Impoe lble to obtain any fig ftgures 81ures figures
ures more accurate than those gathered gatheredtill gatheredUII gatheredtill
till after the completion of the county countycanvases comat7eanvaae countycanvases
canvases by the county boards which will willassemble willassemble 111 111mb1e
assemble mb1e on Tuesday Tue next It It will requiresome require requiresome requiresome
some time for these boards to finish their theirwork theirwork theirwork
work and until it is done the exact re results re resvita resuits ¬ I
suits of e the election tlon will not ot be known knownXo knownNo
i
Xo 0 Cry Cr of Fraud Frnu Raised RaisedThe n RaisedThe l ed edThe
The Republicans Republlc tJs and the Democrats at attheir attheft attheir I
their headquarters while displaying thekeenest the tb4keenest thkeenest
I
keenest interest in the outcome of the thecontest theODtt thecontest
I
contest have also manlfe manifesto t good feel feeling feelI feellag ¬
lag I and there has been no tlhiposltlon tseposUton position to tofuestlon ton toquestion
question n the political integtTt In ante 1 r ty of either eitherside eitherside eitherside i
side except en the part of ofetlrtain a rt8ln < frtaf n over overzealous overzealous overzealous
zealous friends of Mr Heat Heat and then thenthe then1M thenthe
the interest t of Mr Mr Hearsts friends hshbeen baa baabeen JIObten
been only In the t e vote ole for or Mr Hearst HearstThe HearstTbe HearstThe
The new figures s gathered yesterday con confirmed COlIfirmed cobfirmed ¬
firmed the returns shown shown previously prevtousijivwhich pevtouSi pevtouSiwhich previouslywhich
which showed that tht Mr Hughes piurafltyj piurafltyjwould plurality pluraftiywould pluralitywould
would be about dOtft dOtftChairman oof t > Q1111 Q1111Chairman <
Chairman Woodruff of the Republican RepubJlQState RepubiinhState RepublicanState
State Committee accompanied by LlgTj LI LIGoY Llgi LlgiGov
Gov M Linn Bruce and an Attorney G Geral Goral R Rera
era oral Julius M Mayer Ma r left last nightjoin night nightjoin nightjoiR
join Govetect Gov elect Hughes at at Mr Wruffs Woou WoourufTs W Wmfr
ruffs mfr camp In the Adirondacks AdtrondacksThe AdirondacksThe AdirondacksThe i
The Republicans at headquarters s saM saMto soldtoday i < i ito
today to day that it may be advisable to get getthis gettltis getthis
this court order to count the void and andprotested andpr andprotested I
protested pr tested ballots as there appears 1Ppeofi to be bea bea bea
a dl discrepancy erepaftC between the returns made madeat madeItt madeat
at police headquarters and those printed printedIn i
In some of the newspapers newspapersNeither newappeNelth newspapersNeither
Neither Nelth Chairman Woodruff nruff nor any of ofhis 6fsodte ofl
l his k associates sodte adopted the usual Hearst Hearstcry HearstC1Y Hearstcry
cry of fraud but every step > will be betnHen beblQn betxlpn
tnHen It was added to protect the ballots ballotscast banObi8tIt ballotscast i
cast for the Republican RepubllcmnG nomineesViIl nominees nomineesWill riaeeVill
Will Vill Not ot Concede Defeat DefeatBefore DefcatBdore DefeatBefore
Before leaving l town MJT Woodruff said saidthat s31dthat saidthat
that he did not subscribe to the general gen geneml genetal
eml statement that ail of the Republi Republican RcpubJlCaIl Repubican ¬
can candidate on the State ticket tlck t below belowMr belowlIr below1Ir
Mr Hughes were defeated He added addedI
I am neither claiming clal I nor nor conceding concedinganything conecdlnlaDythlftg concedinganything
anything I snail have to await the offi official omcIaI ofilciul ¬
cial count of the local canvassers ad over overthe overthe overthe <
the State which is to be be made Tuesday TuesdayIt
It looks to me as if In inthe the he case of Bruce Brucathere BrUCQtMre Brucethere
there were ere nearly 15OGO 0 volu vou and ad pro protested 11mtmted protested
tested ballots btlU ts There Thereo te leis a discrepancy dlSOrepen y be between between betweea ¬
tween the police nand some Some Qf Q the news newspaper newsPAper newspaper ¬
paper reports regarding regardlnj tho tljo tl o majority ofChauler of ofChanler ofChanler
Chanler In New York Ctty CttyThe CltyThe Cffy CffyThe
The next State Statecsl canal l board will 111 be beDemocratic bep beDemocratic
Democratic p mocratlc thus insuring the disposal disposalj disposallInJcorus disposalHngertys
j Hatfertys Tavern oi open > cn t 1 A 31 31i MI I Ii
i Everything the finest 202201 tI 2f0111th 11Uh Utli st st nw nwL
L
of f the MLm < ni worth ofpi at 0llll paamaaxe enage by byDenjocraU bJDeaMerats byDemocrats
Democrats unless the nest Jttt legislature legkatrrewhich Jecllbt1lrewldch legislaturewhich
which is Republican n succeeds m 1ft passing pasetngsome ehJg10m passingsome
some 10m kind of legislation taking the power powerto powerto pourto
to award contracts and nd appoint subordi subordinate subordtte subotdtaate ¬
nate te omciala oat of tile hands of are flteState 8MState areState
State engineer and the canal board board3lKrjliy 1toerdhcrJ117 boardMurphy
Murphy Sorry for H JJuajt Ilearat IlearatCharles f fCharles < tCUries
Charles F Murphy appeared aNd at t Tam Tammany TaaIy Tansmany ¬
many y Hall today t y for the first time since sincethe mincethe Dee Deet
the t election electionI
1 I wanted < to s He the lead of utfeket utfeketP the efeet efeeten nketwith t
en P with 1th tbe rest be declared ecI nat TkaiKr natJto That ThatHearst
Kr Hearst was wa beaten bat fa toe bad He Heshould He1houId Tieshould
should hav ba have been beenwas t foi foit foitrue our ourWM
t
was cuardfd gwrtl d In n ap peak1 spea3titig spea3titigabort axi 5 5about gt
about t Tammany T llUllD1 leaders KcAvcy lIcAvc Lantry
Rush Na NacM ie and Nick Muller who are areaccused areCUMd areaccused
accused CUMd of knifing < the ticket He said he hedid hedid hedid
did not believe organised nUled treachery was waspossible waspouJble waspossible
possible at the polls pol H Het also refused refusedto
to discuss disc the t unusual slowness of tile tbereturn tilefttur
returns fttur return upstate upstnteI upstntI
I I wouldnt want ant to ma mak k any accusa aec ¬
tion ttot he added but I understand the
delay in getting lretUn returns from rockribbed rockribbedeovHtles roek roeku rockribbedeorntfes
eovHtles u will be a matter tt r of discussion at
tbe special meeting tomorrow We Ve will willarranae willsrruage 111 111a
arranae a e to be present at the count of the thevote thevote thevote i
vote all over the he State next Tuesday TuesdayHUGHES TuesdayHUGHES TuesdayHUGHES
HUGHES TAKES LONG TRAMPS TRAMPSGovernorelect TRAMFSGovernorelect TRAMPSGovernorelect I
Governorelect Recovering n coverlu from Fa FatiRiic FatlJlle Fa Fatigue
tiRiic of the Campaign CanipniprnKamp CampnlJnKaIQp CampaignKamp
Kamp KOIkare Kl lare Racquet Lake N YNov Y YXov Yov
Nov ov SGovernarelect Charles E EHughes EHvlba EHughes
Hughes passed igjie day 7 quietly at the thepicturesque theplet1llellQue thepicturesque
picturesque AiTTXtftluLks retreat t Kamp
Klllkare Kl Iraft pf of fomter Lieutenant Governor GovernorT
T L L woodruffn Woodruff woOdrwr wnere mere here be expects to to re remain re remain remain ¬
main a fortnight fortnightVfter 10Jtntcbttter fortnightsitter
sitter > Vfter tter a delightful htful ride Mr Hughes H and andthe udthe andthe
the other members of tile party PartY who are areto areto weto
to be Mr Woodruffs s guests readied readiedKamp JMehecIXalnp reachedKamp
Kamp Killkare shortly before 1aef J oclock oclockThey ocIockTb oclockThey
They Tb Y were At once made comfortable lo by bySuperintendent bySupertatelMlent bySuperintendent
Superintendent J D Sweeney in the ab absence abof absence ¬
sence of Ute boot who Is expected as assoon uMOD assoon
soon as he can be relieved ftlWYedof of his hi duties as aschairman ASchaJrman aschairman
chairman of the Rerutl Republican caa State com committee cemIIIIUM comtdttee ¬
> mittee mitteeIt IIIIUMIt tdtteeIt
It was wa not long loa after Us arrival that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Hushes appeared fa a tramping suit suitfor 8UltIter suitfor
for a stroll roIl over the woooed weoHdeouatr7 country and andalong andalong od odaiong
Iter along with Senator Alfred R R Page e cIa disappeared cIaI ddlsappeered ¬
appeared appe nd te the dense forest forest bound for torCrows forCrow forCrows
Crows Crow Neat NeatAfter NtAfter NestAfter <
After this Jaunt of a Httle over ft twomiles two twoi
miles Mr Hughes Ih returned with 1tb a It good goodappetite goodappetite 004 004appet
appetite appet ite for fo luncheon luncheonThis luQCbeoaI luncheonThis
This place Just suits me was the thecomment theeom thecomment
comment eom t of Mr Hughes H at the table tablewhere tablewhere
where many jokes and d reminiscences of ofthe orI ofthe
the campaign just ended were told Mr MrHughes MrHughes J
Hughes Hu afterward busted himself bI r with withsome l1Usome withsome
I some correspondence corre Wheq Whe Mr Hughes Hughesbecomes Hoghesbecomes Hdghesi
becomes acclimated he will ill sleep in one oneof on oneof
of time many open 0 leantos an where heR a bed of ofptn ofboughs ofpIa
ptn pIa boughs will take the place of a hair hairmattress hairmatt1 hairmattress
mattress mattressletting matt1 mattressDng
iDJ matt1hie
letting Dng his is sojourning he intends to take takerest takert takeloot
rest taboOing politics aUd spend spendit s spendof d dof
it of his time boating and walking walkingi talkIngSEES
I i SEES E HEARST HEARST A MAYO MAYOr MAYOR MAYORBroker MAYORBroker
Broker r k r Offer to Bet Editor Will WillTol WillTake VIII
I Tol Tn1ieJlcCleJlcnH Take c 3IcClellan Place Placer PlaceNew
r New York Nov S SFred Fred Oakes a curb curbbroker curbbroker curbbroker
broker offered otrero today to bet 1MQ ngtilnst aganstsicA00 ngtilnsti A nst nstl4
l4 sicA00 10000 that Hearst will be mayor of New NewYork New NewYorit NewYork
York within a year ear He had been be com comI commloned commissioned
missioned to tocc pfecc the wager Mr Oakessaid Oakes OakessaM Oakesald
saM and beHeved that the b offer wouW wouWremain wouklMatl wroukiremain
remain Matl open for several days There Therewas
was no takers tak today Mr Oakes would wouldnot wouldnot ould ouldnot
not disclose the name of his principal principalbut prlnclp principalbut I Ibut
but said that he was a man who believed believedthat bell believethat M Mtt
that the attorney generalelect would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have the ballot boxes oo s opeped and prove provei provothat provethat
that Hearst beat McClellan a year eRr ago agoGOY agoGOV agoGOVT
GOY BECKHA3I HAS RECORD RECORDHis RECORDItix
Itix His Ui Election Marks Defeat at HIM HIMHuuil lIiMHuml HisNand
Nand of Two Senators SenatorsLexington SeD1torsLexlllCton SenatorsLexington
Lexington Ky Nov SElected S 8Elc Elected ted to the thelegislature thelegislature thelegislature
legislature the day he was twentyone twentyonesince twentypoetsiuce twentyonesince
since then rising rm to the rank rants of lieutenant lieutenantgovernor lteutennntg Itentenantgovernor
governor g er or and administering adm niStering defeat to two twoUnited twoUn twoOnted
United Un ted States Senators within less titan titantwelve Utantwelve thantwelve
twelve months rnont monthsail all lI in the period of twelve twelvei twele tweleyrta twelveyeareIs
i years yrta is the record of J W C Beckham BeckhamItlje Beckhnmt Beckhamthe
Itlje the t boy governor The two men who who met metdefeat mettkleat metdefeat
defeat at his ht bands were Senator J C S SBlackburn So SoBlackburn SBlackburn
Blackburn and James B BMeCroary McCreary llcCre ry who whohave whohaw whohave
have been iti in politics in this State for formore form formore
more more m re than t n thirty Uairt years and who were wereregarded werereprded wereregarded
regarded as past 8t masters at the art t long lengbefore l longbefore ng ngbefore
before Beckham was ever heard of ofaU ofCall
Call aU anti see Wltut others say > y Not Notwhat Notwhat lot lotwhat
what we say Ofte Radiators Radlatorsthe the best bestDemonstrations bestI bestDeznonstraUonsA
I DeznonstraUonsA Demonstrations DeIonslrations 509 OO 9th th st st nw
Flvfi tvi1 tvi1New IN FLAMES FLAMESN
New N e York Tenement Tene nlent nlentof Scene Sceneof Sceneof
of Daylight b bf bESCAPE Holocaust Holocaustv HolocaustESCAPE
r r +
I v f
ESCAPE BY STAIRS GUT OFF OPPClvlldren OFFnd OFFCl
Clvlldren Cl tltlr and nd One e Woman oman Arcliu Arc AreBurned ArcDu
Du Burned aeel BeyomI BeyontlItecot HecoKinltlon leconltlon3Iany leconltlon3IanytOtbcrll nitlonMany nitlonManyOthers 3Ianr 3IanrlOther
lOther tOtbcrll ° Others Overcome Overe OvercomeA nteA A Similar St SiqIlar nar Blanc BlnieIn BlancIn BlnicIn
In Jersey Oil Attended b fly uy Many ManyCanualtlefi ManyCnnaaltieti Ianyi
i Canualtlefi lint Xo Fatalities FataliticiiNew FntnUficlIr FatalitiesNew
r
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I New York ov ov v S IPeIIDM Penned in by fire firefour Iretour firefour
four children and one woman were burned bwnedto burnedto burnedto
to death ta la a tenement bouse toe on the theBast tlaer theEast
r But SIde late today Wba W Whe finally fl the thebteze theblaze
i blaze had been extinguished xu and the Aft ftremen Afti firemen
men could cool penetrate the building the thebodies thebodies thebodies
bodies of the victims charred beaMNni pos possibility PMslb peeslblity ¬
sibility slb lty of recognithtn were found in the tberuins theruinse
ruins ruinsThe ruinseThe
ndttsThe
The fire started rted GIi on the second floor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the nvestory lYe tory tenement at 395 Madison Madisonstreet MadisonStreet oA oAstreet
street The building Js the eldest type of oftenementbouse etent oftenementhouse
tenementbouse tent euM construction R with w nor narrow norrow ¬
row 10 halls and stairs and tot lots of seasoned soasonedwoodwork E EOOdwork seasonedwoodwork
woodwork Beginning Begtnat in some rubbish rubbishnear rubbI8hnear rubbishnear
near the stairs the blase spread rapidly rapidlythrough naplcl1ythrough rapidlythrnugh
through the ball and was wa soon licking nck its itsway itsway
way through the upper floorsMost BOOBS BOOBSMost floors IocKIo
Most Io t of the th flfteen ftft n famlH famltler s in the bu build buIIdicg buildlug d dicg
icg were at supper a and d the mildest m of ofexcitement eCnctteQtent ofexcitement
excitement prevailed Policemen tea were on onthe Oftlhe onthe
the scene Snunedmtely lAtely and as soon as tile tbeftrcmen tileftn timefiremen
firemen ftn ftrcmen men arrived 1ved helped them In carrying carryingwomen eaIT1 carryingwomen g gn
women n and children from the upper floors floorsdown oocsdOWR floorsdown
down the fire escapes and IMI laddersUnny ladders laddersJUnny laddersMalty
JUnny Heroic Rescues RCKCUCHThe HClieueMThe RescuesThe
The five was very hot and there were weremany weremany weremany
many heroic ic rescues hi the tefew few minutes minutesduring minutesduring dn tee teedurlat
during which whlcb the people were being taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from the building butldl When the firemen had hadrescued u urncued hadrescued
rescued every one they possibly JOII8I could couldthey coaklthey couldthey
they turned a deluge of water into the theupper ueupper theupper
upper floors S Vat t for a half hour made Ht Httle ltttie littie
tie headway in exUngtnshloa utJag l the names namesWhen ames amesWhen flamesWhen
When finally they had the nre lire out ttte tttesearch thesearcb timesearch
search for victims lctlms was undertaken On Onaccount OnaceouAt Onaccount
account of the speed with which the theflames lhelames theflames
flames had spread 8pftad it would not have sur surprised sur surprised surpred ¬
prised the firemen to have nave found that a aconsiderable aCGDsdendtle aconsiderable
considerable number number of people had been beencut bermetll beenctet
cut off from escape escapeOn eaeapeOn escapeOn
On the second floor huddled In a corner cornerof corneratone cornerof
of atone one of the flats at were W feund the body bodyof bodyof bodyof
of ti woman burned to a a crisp while near nearby nearby nearby
by in a group roup were four fo r children These Thesewere Th Thwere Thesewere
were removed remo ed to the morgue for Identifi Identification IdentlftealOn Ideuttflcation ¬
cation The search sea h was WIl continued contln for forseveral torI fprseveral
several I hours l burg without any oaf more bodies bodiesbeing bodiesMfsg bodiesbeing
being found foundFive rCNDdFhc foundFive
Five Others Injured InjuredFive InJurcflFIve InjuredFive
Five persons were Injured at a nre fire in inthe 1Rthe inthe
the fourstory brick tenement at X Hen Henderson Hene Henderson ¬
derson e n street Jersey J rsey City today Gasfitters Gas Gasfitters Gasnitms
fitters fitters had been working workl on the top floor floorand flooralld floorand
and It is supposed suppo ed that gas escaped be became beCame became ¬
came Came Ignited and set Nt fire to the hallway hallwaycutting banwa banwacuttbS hallwaycutting
cutting off escape escapeFiremen escapel escapeFiremen
Firemen l carried CArrl Mrs Ir Lizzie Liz e Ryan R n and andher Rndhor acidher
her three children cltlld1 ft down ladders The Thewoman Thewoman Thewoman
woman and her threeyearold son Walterwere Walter Walterwere Vatterwere
were were badly burned but will recoverAfter recover recoverAfter recoverAftf
After the flames t1 mes had ha been n extinguished extinguishedJohn exU extinguishedJohn Jhed JhedJohn
John English found in the apartments of ofMrs ofMrii ofMire
Mrs Murphy on The third floor oor the un unopnseious UDQ9nstllous unnseious
opnseious nseious form pf f John McGuire five flyey ft ftrs fiveceers
y ceers rs old of ISO 1 Bay Ba street who had been beenvisiting beenvisiting beenvisiting
visiting Mrs 18 Murphy and who had been beenforgotten betnforgolten beenforgotten
forgotten in the exeltcmenj exeltan The T child is isIn I IIn isin
In a critical condition conditionIn conditloftIts
In responding to the alarm the tender tenderof tenderor tenderof
of or No No 0 a engine was 13 overturned and the thedriver thedrher thedriver
driver Owen Kelly Kell pinned under the ap apparatus RPPRFlttU5 appassus ¬
paratus His right foot was v crushed crushedFhvman cr crushedFlreman u d dFlrtman
Fhvman Thomas E Murphy Iurph of No 7 7truck 7truck itruck
truck was was out by flying glass glassThe glllts gllltsThe glassThe
The dead were the wife wifeUd asfd children of ofSamuel ofSkmuel ofSamuelGinspan
Samuel SamuelGinspan Ginspan G nspan They were Mary fary Ginspan Gins Ginspan Glnsp
pan p 37 years old Martell 7 years ears old oldLizzie oldLizzll oldLizzie
Lizzie 5 years old Sarah 9 years old oldand oldand oldamid
and Samuel 4 years ears old The father made madethe madethe madethe
the identificationDuring identification identificationDuring identUIcaUonDurlnghe
During Durlnghe the fire Morris Ior s Kantcowitz Kantto1tzyears tai taiyears 8 8years
years old felt ell on a fire esojape landing landingand Jandlqgal1d g gand
and received a scalp > wound Two chil children children chitdren ¬
dren were overcome by smoke but wererevived wererevtved were wererevived
revived at the tk hospital hospitalBaltimore h hospitalBaltimore IPltal IPltalBaltinore
Baltimore and Return Heturn ReturnBaltimore 1 1DniUn10re 25 25Baltimore
Baltimore DniUn10re 8Ohto fcOhio Ohio RvR RvRFvery n BEvery n nyyery
Every Saturday S8turd and Sunday Snd SyndstML All all trains tmlnsboth bnlns bnlnsboth trainsboth
both ways waysbOth both days except Royal RoynlLtm RoynlLtmllfd Lim Limited Limited ¬
ited llfdto
llfdI I
to
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DOUBLE TRAGEDY IN PARKMan PARK PARKainn FAItKJlan
Man Dead Woman Dying on Bench Benchfrom Denehfrom Benchfrom
from Pistol PJ tol AVoundn AVoundnChicago WoundnChicago Vounr1uChkago
Chicago Nov SSltting 8 Sitting side by side on ona ona ona
a bench under the Grant Monument MonUM ftt in inLincoln inLincoln inIsncoln
Lincoln Park an unldentl unidentified ed man and andwoman andwomen andwoman
woman were found the former dead and andthe aDdthe andthe
the latter dying at 11 oclock tonight tonightThe tonightn tonightThe
The n woman WOJDaJ was shot through the head headShe heedShe d
She 8 was unconscious u and expired explredt at the theGerman t1t t1tGerman timeGerman
German Hospital at t 11JI 131 The man had hada badbullet hada
a bullet In his heart heartThs h heartThe rt rtThe
The police p conjecture conj ture that the man manshot mansltot manshot
shot the woman and killed himself ett A Arevolver Arevolver Arevolver
revolver lay on the ground beside him himBoth himBe himBets
Both Be Bets were youa you young and well ell dressed droscedThe dred11Ie dressedThe
The only clew in the hand of the no notice po polee pe pePee ¬
lee te the following note hastily hutSlycrawled hutSlycrawled1ft scrawled scrawledIn scrawledht
In pencil peRe and thrust into an Inside pocket pocketof pecketof pocketof
of the mans malts coat coatMary coatMa17 coatMary
Mary Olson is the cause of my in7 death deathHad deathgad deathflad
Had It not been for her Jl r I would have havebeen banHen havebeen
been a happy man If there is any AllYWag such sophthing suchthing
thing as justice she will get her dueAll due dueAll d dAU
All marks of identification on the mans mansperson RIG RIGpertlOn mansperson
person had Hen removed Even eR the note notewas notewas notewas
was unsigned The woman carried a apurse apur apurse
purse pur which contained fething nftthin Ji4 thtn by which whichrhe wlliehrM whtebthe
the can be Identified IdentifiedWhether ldentJfiedWhether IdentifiedWhether
Whether she was was time Mary Olsen re referred re referred referred ¬
ferred to in the note the police have no nofneans 110emu noptmeans
fneans emu of knowing k Owln Their theory is rather ratherthat ra1l10rthat ratherthat
that she came between the victim wJ of tit tepights U Unighf titIgllt
nighf pights Igllt s tragedy tra y that the man tried to ex explain explain OXplain ¬
plain away some accusation against lIP at zk t him himand him himaDd hintand
and failing to satisfy his companion companionkilled companionklilefl companionkilled
killed her and himself himselfNo blmRIfNo himselfNo
No one was near the scene 5C4tn of the thetragedy thetraSed7 thetragedy
tragedy at the time it was enacted Park Parkpoliceman Parkp ParkoIleeman
p policeman lleetRan William Johnson heard b ro the theshots tltehowever theihota
shots however and hurrying to the thespot tbepot thepot
spot pot found the dead man and dying dyingwoman dyingwonaaa dyingwoman
woman The question whether the pair pairwere pairwere I Iwer
were wer not killed by a third person has hasbeen basrsaed baabeen
been raised and the th police are Investi Investlgatbtg Investigating lesUgltba ¬
gating gltba The general Impression ion at police policeheadquarters pollee1Ieadquarters policeheadquartera
headquarters is however that the case casewas cuewa casewas
was wa one of murder and suicide suicideTRIMOUNTAIN suicideTRIrrOUNTAIN suicideTRIMOUNTAIN
TRIMOUNTAIN HOUSE DRY DRYWar DRYar DRYWar
War ar Department Orders Sales of ofLiqnor oiLIquor ofLiquor
LIquor at Resort Stopped StoppedBoston StoppeelBwtO StoppedBoston
Boston Nov No i IA A sensation in military militarycircles mlUtarydrel8 militarycircles
circles was sprung today when the theUnited theUIIIed theUnited
United States War Department through throughks thlOJgbIta
ks headquarters ters sent word to Slyvester SlyvesterBMrwn SlYv SCyvesterBrown r rBJIOwn
Brown proprietor of the TriMountaln TriMountalnrase TrlMouDtatfttIeuw TriMountainSesame
Sesame rase Nanaat to stop the sale J of intoxi intoxicating Intoxli Iatexieaating ¬
i cating liquors or stand governmental govommentaiprosecaUoa governmentalprosecution 6l1IftteDtal 6l1IftteDtali
i prosecution prosecaUoaVMation prosecutionYIblaifon UoL UoLi
i VMation of the anticanteen law which whicharMds whichthe whichforbids
forbids the sale of intoxicating liquors on onpremises on1NftDI8H onmrtimlaes
premises held by the United States for foratOKary fori formilitary
i military purposes constitutes the baste bastef basisof
i eC f tile order Though the TriMountain TriMountainHoove TnMountainI TelMountainHouse
RODe was leased by Sylvester Brown Brownfrom BrowafI8III Brownfrom
I
from the government ment for a term of five fiveyears ftveI liveyears
I years Y the tease having two years yet to torun toI torun
run the order will be strictly enforced enforcedMaj enforcedMaj nfonecJMaj
I Maj Barr commander of Ute Boston Bostonneadquarters toRuart Houtonheadquarters
headquarters uart r ri says saysThe saysThe
i The TrtXotmtefct TrIX House Is om theBailey the theBailey thei
i Bailey Hill reservation re le norfnmjuilsl gervardaperrtslproperty norfnmjuilslproperty a t4htai t4htaii
i property on govemm goveJlUltftt at land Iud amid aaject ism ismJoel iMb iMbject
ject to the War Department orders ordersPITCHERS onIenPITOHERS ordersPITCHERS
PITCHERS FRIENDS AROUSED AROUSEDSay AROUSEDSay i iSay
Say Officer Has Said Xo More thanMany than thanMany tlmufnny
Many fnny Others OthersChicago OthersChicago
Chicago III Nov No tIAD 8 An An order r by byPresident byPre81ent byPresident
President Roosevelt Roo calling CAntnsI r BT an a fives inveartigatkm Ia IaUgattoft fivestigation
tigatkm w Which hicb may lead 8A4 to a jcouttmar jcouttmarUaJ coustmartill COUUnarttILl
till of C L Pitcher of o the the TwentyJev TwentyJevJ TWfDtY4V TWfDtY4V1tI Twenty v vtis
J tis toltat1l 1tI 1tIn wf wfslag a 1 1siwrg
slag B SBjHfti negro n troop tr oiij oiijfrom tneop tneopfrom portei porteifrom
from W femrp6h today t da7 eau eaul8 uW UMJIM18e UMJIM18eamons mirpriae mmrprbeamong mirpriaeamong
among the orders o rs at Fort Sheridan Sh thepost the thepoet theQI5t
poet where Col Pitcher now in It v Cuba Cnbak CubaIk C C1aJar
Ik > k In 1aJar te jgpeular gnlar command commndd ajpd also aboiJ In army armyheadquarters anDYbadqaart armyheadquarters
headquarters badqaart of the ariaS army of the lakes lakesAt JakesAt lakesAt
At Fort Sheridan one one of the command commandIng eommamSIDe exmimanding
Ing offlenrs said BaldEvery saidEvery 1d5 1d5Every > +
Every officer ffik r at at atbJy Ulfe thllfenbly njg g ba bably
bly been bef n guilty pUt l of exprtiSwmnWrop eX ex op nion nionjust nbIJuet pionjust
just as radical al as these purporting to tohave toban tohave
have come from Col Pitcher PftenarGen PkdtGrGflt PitcherGen
Gen Carter in command t of Ute Depart Department DepartmDt Department ¬
ment of the Lakes Lak mild snUI
I know nothing of ibis affair and no noother noother noother
other officer connected oonn < t with this depart department department department ¬
ment does I surely dont WHeve Col ColPitcher COlPlttb CadPitcher
Pitcher < would make the statement attrib attributed attrlbKed attributed ¬
uted to him for publication publicationCASHIER publlcatlonCASHIER publicationCASHIER
CASHIER FLEES FROM CANADA CANADACalvary O CANADACalgary AJJA AJJACnlhRO
Calvary Bank Cashier C lher Arrested at atClilcnso atCblcn atChicago
Chicago Cblcn o for or Bmbcczlemcht InmbesalemcimtChicago BmbcczlemchtCnlcaso 8m bezJllemitt bezJllemittChblO
Chicago Nov S sAcc SAccuse Accused of embezzle embeulemmt embezzlement
ment mmt Percy C Roberts cadnler of the tbeSWT thehltko thegory
gory Bank hltko at at Calgary Cal Alberta Albertatana Albertawas Alberta Albertawas
tana was arrested today at Ute tbeChicago UteCIdeaCO theChicago
Chicago and Dd Northwestern depot Rob Roberts Robert8 Robens ¬
erts refused to talk to tb tht police until untilhe untHbe
he had been given a lawyer lawyerThe JawyerThe lawyerThe
The cashier casl < was arrested after a tale telegram talegram telasram
gram had been received from the Calgary Calgarypolice Qrlgarypolice r rpoIke
police stating that Roberts was wanted wantedon wantedop
on 0 a charge of fraud The prisoner is issaid IskI ismid
said kI to have formerly been cashier ca blft of the thePanora thuPapora thePanora
Panora Saving Sa viBgs Bank Bank of Panora Iowa IowaCapt 101 101Capt IowaCapt
Capt OBrien after the arrest arr tele telegraphed telegraphed telegraphed
graphed to the Calgary ry polk poUoe fer somespaedlc some somespecific aomespedtk
specific details deta s as to the thetcharges tcharges against againsttie againstthe ttIN
tie prisoner pdaoner The hitters latter s wife lives liveshere Jivesllere liveshere
here the police say and they believe b lIee he Mwaa hewas
was on his hi way to meet her herWRONG herWRONG herWRONG
WRONG MAN GETS MONEY MONEYCustomer MONEYcultome MONEYl
l Customer uatomer < r Turns Away a and Teller TellerPayx TenerPllS TellerPays
Pays Qnlclcvittcd Stronger StrongerMilwaukee StranJerMilwaukee StrangerMilwaukee
Milwaukee Wis N Nov v S SoThroutt 8 Through a amistake amistake amtatake
mistake an unidentified unlt1 t11ed man yesterday yesterdaysecured Yterdaured yesterdaysecured
secured ured the sum of lI 1121 from the Na National National National ¬
tional Exchange Echan + c cage Bank and disappeared disappearedwltJi dlppMredwtth disappearedwith
with tfte th money moneyThe mono monoThe rte rteThe
The error r wa wad f canoed partly through throughan
an unusuvi uS rush at at th the noon hour houreJerk A Aclerk Aclerk
clerk from a large IAr e business establish egtabHshm establisheat ta lttih lttihnMiat
eat m tit proffered a check for 1421 to one oneof oneof
of the tellers to be cashed White thetoiler the theteller
I teller was counting the money the clerk clerkleft clerkleft
I left for a moment to speak with 1tb H Hfriend afriend
friend fd d Meanwhile the teller t lIer completed completedjifs cempletedlifs completedtits
tits task 8k and handed D ed out the ca eMit h to an another anothr another ¬
other WHO took it and hastened away affrayDECREE awayDECREE a8 a8I
I DECREE DEOR E HIS DEATH KNELL SELLllama KNELLUlnn KNELLI
I
I llama Inn Those VICe Got Divorce F3nd BJlLire Ends EndsLife i iLife
Life Before D < fore WifesVitnesaesOregon AVIfeit AVIfeitVltncnjtcn lfe VltnCMleOregon Vltncnjtcn VltncnjtcnOregon
Oregon GUY Qreg reg Nov No 8While 8 8 While a de decree deoree docree ¬
cree wn WRf b being ng ngprepar prepared d by which his hiswife hiswJ hiswlfe
wife wJ IAura Lttura Benson was granted a dl dlier dlGroi1 divoreo
voreo > ier Groi1 todhy i9dfcy d Raleigh RaI lgh E Benson of Of Port Portland PortiRmd ort ortl ¬
land l iRmd Jtd went to the office of Attorney AttorneyBrownell AttorneyBrownell
I Brownell who obtained obtained the dt dhjnfce pi lice ce for forMrs forMrs
Mrs rs Benson and in the prosoflja pros of hIs Illswifes hIswlfes hiswifes
wifes three witnesses wltneSSSsJl shot shot t himself himselfthrough himselfthrough himselfthrough
through the left breast bre st Tut Th6 Th wound wound w und will willprove wIllprove willprove
prove fatal fatalSAGUAIS fatalSAGUA I ISAGUAIS
SAGUAIS SAGUA IS INUNDATED INUNDATEDFlood INUNDATEDFloorl INUNDATEDFlood
Flood Follovrinf Cyclone Cause CauseDevaNtatioh CauNesDenHt CausesDevastation
Devastation DenHt tlo In J Cnlm Culta1IaV1ln CuhaHavana CnlmHavana
Havana Nov No S SA A flood in the Sagua SaguaRiver SaguaRh SaguaRiver
River Rh River r due to the cyclonf c clon has has resulted in inthe Inthe inthe
the inundation of a past of the city of ofSagua otSrtgu ofSague
Sagua The T c telegraph telegraphoffiee office and an public publicbuildings publicbutldJngs publicbufdingss
buildings have hayebeen been flooded ftooqQ and andt1 the n losses lossesto lossestp lossest
to tp t 4m property In thecity th ltY and environs enVirons are areestimated ar aresfln areesllmated
estimated esfln ntad at dos to SlOMOW 1 Sugar Sugarplantations Sugarplntatlons Sugarplantations
plantations were wereJoen1Iydama5e heavily ho + tvJiy damaged damagedNo damagedNo J JI
I No losses of lifo are re reported re ortod except e < ccpt th thdeath the thedeath
death of f two men who whoower were were drowned at atClenfuegos ntClentueg atCienfuegos
II Clenfuegos ClenfuegosSliaffcns CienfuegosSlsaffecs
Sliaffcns Imffen Floral ItortI tVprU Vork V rl 11 I noted notedfor noteilCor notedfor
for beautfaHu beauWana bou yandorlginulity > > orignaiity ifth 14th and d Bye Eef EyeI
f I
PROF CARL HAll IS ISHELD ISHELD ISHELD
HELD FOR MURDER MURDERAccused MURDERAccus IIRBER IIRBERACCTSedillLondoll
Accused Accus ACCTSedillLondoll d in London of Slaying SlayingHis SIa ying yingHis b bHis
His Motherinlaw MotherinlawAWASHINGTON MotJleriuIawAT MotherinlawA
A AWASHINGTON AT ASHINGTON TEACHER TEACHERlicldfora TEACHERJIclcl TEACHERIIcitl
licldfora JIclcl IIcitl tor tb1 a Crime Committed in inBadenBaden inBac1ellBmlell inBadenBaden
BadenBaden BadenBadenFriendK Bac1ellBmlellFrfenrl BadenBadenFriends
Friends of the Prisoner Advance Advancethe Adnncetbe Advancethe
the Remarkable Theory Tbcor that lie HeHan lieIIn lieifas
Han IIn Been Arrested Arre ted Because of Plot Plotthe Ploth Plothj
hj h > the flit Sultan o t Turkey TnrJce Whose WhoseBnntity WhoseBnmity VhoseBnmlt
Bnntity Bnmlt the Accused Man I Is Said Saidto Snldto Saidto
to Have lla e Incurred Recently ReceutlyLondon RecentlyLondo RecentlyLondon
London Nov IDeta t Details of the crime crimecharged crtmet1iar8ed crimecharged
charged against Prof Carl Han ot the theGeorge tbeGeorge theGeorge
George Washington University of Wash Washington WuaIn Washington ¬
ington In toR D C who was arrested hare to today to today today ¬
day under tile accusation ttoo of having ha murdered mur murdered JIIurdered ¬
dered Ws motherinlaw Frau meter at atBadenBaden atBadeJtBadeA atBadenBaden
BadenBaden make the case against a aim 1aImappear buttappear aimappear
appear much h more serious than it seemed seemedat eIIIIedItt
at first firstThe ftnLThe firstThe
The story of the alleged murder as now nowrelated JIOWrelated mowrelated
related is as follows fellowsOn followsOn f fOn
On the evening of November 8 the thewidow tbwld thewidow
widow wld w of Dr Motkor was called to the thetelephone thetelep thetelephone
telephone oDe in her home in BadenBaden BadenBadenand BtwienBadenItd
and received a request to go to the postoflace post postoffice postomee
office and a d get a parcel that was there for forher f forher zo zoher
her She started at once once accompanied accompaniedby
by 1 her youngest est daughter When passing passingthrough pu lngth passingthrough
through th h a quiet street a soot was fired firedfrom Aredtrom firedfrom
from behind her and Frau Molitor fell felldead feUdead felldead
dead her bean Baring been pierced by a abelle abcllef abullet
belle bcllefThe bulletThe
belleThe
The man who fired the shot was seen seenbut seenhat seenbut
but be escaped He was described de crtb d as asbefog asMiag asbeing
befog of medium height t and apparently apparentlyunder appueatlynder apparentlyunder
under nder forty years of age He wore an anobviously anobviously anobviously
obviously false beard He was undoubt undoubtedly 1I1M OubtIdly andoubtediy ¬
Idly the man who had called Frau Moll Molltor ioUtor Molitor
tor on the phone or a hireling employed employedto
to murder her It i Ia stated tated that Frau FrauMolitor FrauMolitor FrauMoltot
Molitor had been threatened before bet ore and andthat aJJdthat andthat
that cuttuiitg plots were fOre laid against her herFormer herFormcr herFormer
Former Rnse Recalled RecalledOn necaUedHOn RecalledOn
HOn On one occasion she was summoned by bytelegraph byteJetrapit bytelegraph
telegraph to Parts to visit a sick daugh daughter daughW daught ¬
ter t r Prof Hans I Ii wife The sickness proved prov proved jm jmed ¬
ed a hoax and it is believed beUe that sum summoning Jm JmJnODJa mmmolting ¬
molting JnODJa her to France was actualpart actualpartOf
Of a Blot lot to murder her which miscarried miscarriedIt nMd nMdIt
It is I hoped that the original telegram telegramwill telegramwill telegramwill
will prove V1 valuable valua evidence evidenceHau evkieneHau > vlden vldenHa1l
Hau was arraigned before bt for a magistrate magistratealmost magistratpalmeBt magistratealmout
almost immediately llllmedlat y after his arrest Hr Hrdeclared H Hd Hedeclared
declared the charge harg brought against pin him himwac hImYS himwas
was the result of a mlnnderstanding mndrstandl and andasked anltaak andasked
asked aak the magbtrare to send him im immediately ImJIMfiIa Immediately ¬
mediately JIMfiIa ly to Germany Gett1an for trial trialThe trlaIThe trialThe
The detective det the who arrested arr ted him at tie tfcoHotel tc tcHotel tieHotel
Hotel Call wae put on n the tJl stand aI anltestified an antectltfed aI1MdtIed <
testified that he had read th3 th warrant to toTTaji tothe tothe
the pceeislr
+
TTaji JftlUlUftiniUH fly laM sl4 l4lms ttima test testifled testlHed testW
fled tW t t 411 ctlve d5t elective ctive It is a mistmder mistmderfltaMMg mls mismmdersta 1dtr 1dtrIInt
fltaMMg sta < IInt Then 4JII n he added afterward afterwardDont attrwardDont aftrwardDont
Dont yon OU know Jato where here the murder waecmmlttdr was wascommitted
committed e1JnI1IIItt e1JnI1IIIttThe ecmmlttdr ecmmlttdrThe r rThe
The telegram te m came cam from Bad BadEn BadEnBadello Badenaden n nBede
Badello Bede aden I replied ft lied and Prof Ha Has a said id to tove tome tome
me have ve just came c me from tL tLoSitrndlets tloirtrnrHt e etradleta
iVe oirtrnrHt oSitrndlets tradleta the Detective DetectiveHanepadiated DcotcctiveHa DetectiveHan
Hanepadiated Ha Han 1at iated d th the detectives det ths state statement stat statment statement ¬
ment in thi this connrclion declaring d larlnc that thatwnat thatWltat thatwhat
what be had said was that t ha t be had just jutrtreturned ju jureturned justreturned
returned from the Continent ontln nt The deter detertire deteUve deteothe
the insisted his version ol1 was correctwhereupon correct correctwhereupon fIetwhereupoD
whereupon whereupoD the prisoner pTis er interjected interjectedThat In intrjected intrjectedThai rjeded rjededbat
That accounts for tw t legrams my mywife myWife myWife
wife received today f g that her hermother herJ1IOtIIer hermother
mother w was s dying and tftX t tti was accused accusedof aecuecOf accusedof
of mfg ID her herAt MrAL herAtths
At AL Atths the close 01 of the bearing the prls prlsoner pi1sIHM ptisOnei
oner Onei jai wms remanded ntDaDd < d pending the arrival arrivalof arrival9Mdeaee arrivalof
of jftHenee Mfdence from BE iE1enBaden icnBaden ionBaden1iatts icnBadenIfti
Ifti 1iatts 8 wife 1f and t t1 children were with withhim wit withhim h hhim
him when he was ai a rested and their grief griefas grte grteas griefas
as as the warrant was read was pitiable pitiableHau pltla8IeHau pitiableHan
Hau had nearly tuB Umi on his person personwhen BOnwhen personwhen
i when taken takenlato into custody CWltod In h ht L dressing dreeslngcase drealngcaR dressingcase
case a loaded revolver ver was found foundIt fOUDdII faradIt
It was lIS represented to the magistrate magistratethat maststratet magistratethat
that t 1at Mrs ItL Hau and her two children are arewithout are1lhout arewithout
without money and that the hotel bill billof btllof billof
of m at t the Cecil was unpaid The Threaptrt Thecourt Th Thn
court n thereupon ordered that ill be band bandafl bandea handed
afl over ver to the wife Ife Permission was also alsogiven a1sogiveR alsogiven
given the prisoner to see bis wife and andcnlldren anddllkIrM andchildren
children cnlldrenv
v n Sec Plot of Sultan SultanThat SnltanTbat SultanThat
That Carl Hau te the victim of a plot plotconcocted plotconcocted plotconcocted
concocted by those opposed to him as the therepresentative th6repre therepresentarro
representative repre ntatin of certain cer Ua private Ameri American AmeneIIltlIterests American ¬
can eIIltlIterests interests at the court of the Sultan Sultanof SWtanof Sultanof
of Turkey is the strange theory advancedby advanced advancedby advancedBy
by certain friends of the attorney a In InWashington Inubl inWasidugln
WasiduglnHaua Washington WashingtonHaus ubl ublHaus
Haus mission IN Europe it was stated statedrelated 8tatedrelated Matedrelated
related to UM furthering of certain certainAmerican certainAmenean certainAmerican
American private Interests In Constanti CAMlstantin Constantinople Constantinople ¬
nople n ple nt In which be has been siAguhurly siAguhurlySMCcessfui si singularlyyscce gUlarb gUlarbS
SMCcessfui S scce sfmd One of his relatives it was wasstJttad wasstated wastd
stated td Is the wife of a Mlnteter of the theSultans theSWtans theSultans
Sultans and the success of his h efforts effortswas effortsWas effortswas
was largely attributed to this fact It Itis ItIs ItIs
is intimated that those opposed to Hau Hauin HauIn Hanin
in these enterprises eD are endeavoring eTortn to todiscredit tudlseACIit todiscredit
discredit him at the Turkish Tur ih court by bybringing bybrlnc1ng bybringing
bringing these charges agaat agajut aim 111mFrIends himFriends aimFriends
Friends of Hau in this tWstk city say they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have information to the elect that Hau Hauhas Hauhas Hauhas
has not been In BadenBadfen the scenecit scene sceneof en enof
of the death of his motherinlaw for forseveral forseveral
several 1 week weeks Hau and a his wife it is issaM isJoUIII issaid
saM Jouuneyed JoUIII Yoo through France and Eng EngJKB En1IIn EngIgn <
JKB 1IIn < it being in London ta that the news newsof ne neor newsof
of the death of her mother reached Mrs MrsHau MrsHau MrsHsu
Hau HauThe HsuThe
HauThe
The friends and associates U80dat 9l f Hau in inWafhftfton inra InWaaiif
Waaiif Wafhftfton ra n m are ujMtnimous tn liner opint opin opinhe oplnthaf
t thaf he is incapable of the crime al alhim nlged alaged
aged ged t him by the London authorities authoritiesOn authoritiesOn
On n University tnhersit Faculty FacultyHau FacultyFlllU FacultyIan
FlllU Hau Ian is a member of the faculty of the theor thege thege
or ge Washington University occupying occupyingtAo oceaptngtJo occupyingtho
tAo chair of assistant at orofMsvr 1NOC of Ro Roman Roman Roman ¬
man law He formerly taught Wlg t in the de departments dePtlrtmenta departments ¬
partments of mathematics and Latin LaUa and andis andis antis
is himself a graduate uate of the law class of ofthe oft11e ofthe
the university of 1 HOt 18WThe HOtThe 1301The
The members of the faculty facult of the law lawschool h hschool lawschool
school say Hau is a man of qu qukt ec t de demeanor demeanor demanor ¬
meanor pwnctllllus in his business bush bustnol af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs and on 0II o who attended 8 tended sr scrieti scrictty to tothe tothe tothe
the duties of his profession professionWHHani prote professionWlllla on on1VIlUa
WHHani 1VIlUa R Vance dean of the law lawschool Llwsc1OOl lawschool
school in i referring reer to Haus arrest said saidlast S Slast saidlast
last night nightI nl ht htr
I am convinced e1lvl there is some me mistake mistakem ki ki1ft
m 1ft the arrest of Mr Hau Since his connection con connection cmnecuQn ¬
nection necuQn with the university lvenlt7 he has shown shownevery ahOWIevco hoarievery
every evidence that t be is a man of honor honorand bonerand honorand
and on one incapable of the crime attributed attributedto
to him He has had the highest respect respectof re respectof t tor
of his assqdate t members of the faculty facultywho facult facultwhO facultywho
who have always always llWR S regarded regar ed him as a a man manof manof manof
of honor honorInquiry honortnquiQ honorInquiry
Inquiry among am g the student body with wltiiwnom wtt1WAom withwaom
WAom Hnu came in contact however bo n dt dtCONTINUBD dtCO deCOATIwItD
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