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New York Miscreant En Endangers l l1Jgers ¬
dangers < Many Lives LiresMANY LivesMAllY
Police oUcc Reserves Surround and andScarah andScnrab
Scarah Scnrab Crowds OrO d8 at Burning Build Buildings Bulleting ¬
tugs ing for Ulan Su Suspected pected of the theVork theWorkJlI theWorkti1
WorkJlI Vork AH Honscs Ablaze lit nt itt the llieSame theSnme
Same Snme Time TimeDbcover Discover JTuiv CW Fires FiresSix FiresNew
New York Nov Stx Six tenement te houses housesIrt housesin
Irt the oW Chelsea viBae section In the thevicinity thevJefnit theyJctntr
vicinity vJefnit of Twentythird Twentytldld8treet street and andEighth andEIbtk nd ndEighth
Eighth avenue WID all crowded crow with hundreds hundredsof hnc1redot
of sleeping Inmates were wer on Ore early earlythis earlythfs
t this morning ornth at t nearly the same hour hourWhite hourWhile hourWhile
While no lives itwa 1tv were feet t ost there were wereMany Aereulauy
Many narrow escapes eoees and bWMlr hundreds ran ranInto
Into 1 to the streets clad only In their night nightclothe BIghtcloth
clothe The police believe a firebug has hasbeen hasbeen
been at work workHeroic ork I IHemic IHeroic
Heroic rescues were numerous Jtumer u The Theprompt Theprontpt
prompt proiit arrival of firemen from half a adown adftfn
down different stations and the reserves reservesfrom reservesfrom rvea rveafrom
from two police stations prevented the thefire thetire theSIre
fire from spreading spreadingEmil spnadlngEmil
Emil Bergstrom janitor of one of the thedwellings theQwtln thedweIIIn
dwellings Qwtln sick and helpless was saved by byChief byCblef byChief
Chief Croker and one on of his assistants assistantsThe lstautThe sseIst1tLThe
The chief had been called to the 4re re after afterthe attathe ttez
the second alarm and while the blue was wasspreading wasspreading USspreading
spreading from house to house houseRealizing houseReatbtnS houseReattzthg
Realizing that the firebug ftrebu was running runningfrom JI8from nzdidngfrom
from place to place Deputy Chief ROM ROMtelephoned ROMtelepbonecI ROi ROiteIep1onedto
telephoned teIep1onedto to police headquarters and ui all allof allot 11 11of
of the reserves in the West art Twentieth and andCharles aDClCharles endChsxIe
Charles street stations were sent out outThey outThey outThey
They surrounded the crowd and watched watchedtor watehe4tor WatChOdfor
tor the Incendiary Ross saying he was wascertain wa wacertaJn wasCOttain
certain the man was in the crowd crowdSome crowdSome crowdSouw
Some other tires were started in the thedistrict tbedistrict thedistrict
district and for four hours police and andfiremen 8JIClfiremen
firemen were kept busy busyPAWNS busyPAWNS busyPAWNS
Undertaker Und tukerK Race to Get Bargain IJarprnlnLc BargainLeft BargainLeft
Lc Left Left t by b Shabbily SMabli1 Dressed Dres Q1 Youth YouthPhiladelphia YouthPbUadelpida YouthPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Nov 2 A handsome baad80aa oak oakcomn oakwftln oakcoffin
coffin comn to be sold at a a moderate price to toany toany toany
any one desirous of such a possession possessionbrought JlDae slOlt slOltbrousitt
brought a host of woaMbe purchasers to toa toa
a pawnshop at Ninth and Vine streets streetsand 8tree 8treeand streetsand
and has a attired up greafriTWtry between betweentwo betleeRtWo
two tWo men who wbO are most anxious to add the therather tilerather
rather grewaome W8OIDe bargain to the Hstc of ofttielr of1l oftheir
their 1l elr worldly worldly0aJt goods goodsOak goods5Ok
5Ok Oak coffin with stiverplated stiverplatedhandles 8kwplatedhand
handles hand big bi bargain to any one in inDeed inDeedof need needof needof
of same the advertisement read readThe readTbe
The coffin lies in all the glory 1ory of its itssliver itsIIver
sliver mountings la the back room of o the theloan theloan theloan
loan office The two men who 110 are most mostanxious moetanxious mostaixIous
anxious to obtain the silverplated handles handlesarid lIaDdIesad handlesad
ad the other manifold advantages of oftJria oftJrI
title particular coffin are both dealers hi hiundertakers bundertakers In4undertakera
undertakers undertakerslheeolftn goods goodslie uds
lheeolftn lie coffin was brought to the pawn pawnshop pilWJasup ¬
shop one en day last week w by b a tall tIlll shabby shabbyyoung sbabbyWhere
young man Where the youth got ao it or orwhy orwhy
why he wanted to part with it die pawn pawnbrokers pawnbrokers pawnbrokers ¬
brokers do not know knowEEL knowEEL
Chokes Up Hose In Hands of Fire Firemen Firemen ¬
men Cut Off l by y Flames PlnmesNew PlnmeRNew
New York York Nov No 22 flA A threefoot eel eeicame eelcame
came within an ace of o causing the death deathin deathIn
in the most horrible manner imaginable imaginableof j e eof
of Capt pL Roach and four other firemen firemenfighting alellle1fl
fighting fl a serious tenement house blaze Waaetoday bJuetoday
today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The men had taken a position on a fire fireescape ftreellCltpe
escape on the fifth floor The flames flamesread fIamfogn
n read and cut off their escape pe but they theyfelt ue uefelt theyfelt
felt safe as they were keeping the flames flamesback i iback
back with a stream of water Suddenly Suddenlythe Suddealythe
the watet wat wa wu cut on ol The flames swept sweptforward sweptforward sweptforward
forward A cry of terror went up from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the trapped men To Jump meant mea at sure snredeath suredeath
death To stay meant cremation to be bebroiled bebroiled
broiled with the fire escape as a grid gridison gridAn Id Id1POn
ison isonAn
1POnAn An extension ladder was run up and andthey andthey andthey
they were rescued An examination ion to tofind tofind isfind
find the reason for the cutting < oft of the thewater tb tbwater thwater
water disclosed the eel lodged Jod ed in one onesection oneeedon on ontjectIonof
section tjectIonof of the hose hoseSAYS hoSeSAYS hoseSAYS
pemoeratie J emoeratlc Candidate for Congress Congressin COmrelMin
in Went ePlt Virginia Bxplaias Defeat DcfcaiSpecial DefeatBpeda1 DefeatSpedel
Special to The Tb WMBtagtoo Herald HeraldCumberland JisaMCumberland L LCumberlaDd
Cumberland Md Nov 21ExJudge 21ExJudgeMarmaduke 2ExJudgebiannaduke ExJucI ExJucINarmaduke
Marmaduke H H Dent of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court of o Appeals of West Virginia Vlr8 Iia who whowas wboas whewas
was as the Democratic nominee for forIn Congress Congressin
in the Second West Virginia district in inaii hian
aii address to his supporters declared declaredthat decJar ithat declaredthat
that his expenses were fee lea than 1 1while lSSO lSSOwhile 60 60while
while Senator Elkins contributed at least 14IUItiiOOOO Inasi5OO
iiOOOO 50000 5OO to defeat him himHe himHe himHe
He makes Dakea this t direct charge Hon HonStephen HonStppben HonStephen
Stephen B Ettcins furnished not lent than thanszoOOO thandirectly
szoOOO 0000 directly or hWMrtcdy to tonate nomi nominate 310m1nate ¬
nate the candidate of his choice and carry carrythe carrythe carrythe
the district districtHe mtrtctHe districtHe
He says that the district was flooded floodedwith ooc1edWith floodedwith
with withWOMEN money moneyWOEN 1 1WODK
Wife of Horseman and Companion CompanionProbably CompnnlonProbahly CompanionProbably
Probably Fatally JlattLl1 Injured InjuredNew InjuredNew nJuredNew
New York York Nov 22 2Mr Mrs James Jam Mc McLaughiin MeLauchUn MoLaughlin
Laughiin wile of the horseman whose whosegray wnosegray
gray Farrady colt Oxford te among amo the thewinners tbewlllnelS thewieners i
winners at the present Bennin Beaning meet meeting meetIng meetlug ¬
ing and Mrs B H Lindsay of Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn while driving < across the tracks of the theBrooklyn theBrooklyn theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company at atBeverly ataeerlY atBeverly
Beverly road and Flatbush tonight were wererun wererun wererun
run down by a Brighton hton Beach train trainBoth traJnBotk trainBoth
Both women are seriously if not jo fatally fatallyinjured fatallyinjured ztauyInjured
injured Mrs 118 McLaughlin being bei hurt in internally internany 1nternally ¬
ternally while Mrs Lindsay has a possi possible possible po poble ¬
ble fractured skull kull and severe eve contusions contusionsof i iof
of the body bod They were taken t en in an auto automobile automobile automobile ¬
mobile to the McLaughlin home at avenue avenueC avenueC avenueC
C and Ocean avenue Sheepehead Bay BayWOMEN BayWOMEN iia iiaWOMEN
polsou oison Doses for Husband or IVlfe IVlfeiSusily VUeBnsll jfe jfeBashly
iSusily > Procured from Them ThemBudapest ThemBudapest ThemBudapest
Budapest Nov No 21 2tThe The Central Insti InstiluTe Instil isetiiiti
l luTe t iiti 6f f Medicine has completed analytical analyticalexaminations aaaltlcalexamln I Iexaminations
examinations examln tloDtl of portions of twentyfive twentyfivehuman twenty twentyftvhuman ve vehuman
human bodies bcHt exhumed at Knex and has hasfound hqfound I Ifound
found that every one bore strong traces tracesof traceof trceof
of arsenical poiaonlns poiaonlnsTwo poI I1IITwo po1nIngTwo
Two peasant women have been arrest arrested arrelKed arresten
ed en and it is charged cbar they made a prac practice practJce practics ¬
tics of selling arsenic to persons who de desired de desired dosired ¬
sired to rid themselves of their spouses spousesFive spotIHSFive spousesFive
Five men and two women were arrest arrested wrested arrested ¬
ed recently at Knes r charged wth mur murdering murtiering murS
S dering their wives and husbands husbandsPostofllce husbandsPostoffice IuMIlPostoffIce
PostoffIce Robbers Get GetHoosick 5ooO 5ooOHooskk UO UOHoo
Hooskk Hoo lck Falls Nov 22 2Tbe The postoffice postofficeKt postotlIctt
Kt Hoosick Hoo Ick Falls was entered early earl this thismorning thismorning thu thumorning
morning The double doors of the safe safewere Afewere s14were
were blown off Th The robbers got booty to tothe tothe tc tcthe
the value of over 5630 5630PHONE 000 S SOiALON
J PHONE WINE CO ei4 ei4I4UJST EI4f199S E14i998
rjP g a sweet wine is best and andmost andmost ani I Imost
most palatable ToKalon ToKalonf ToKalonMu I II
I Z2 f Muscatel Mu catel te one of our most mostdellclous moo moodelicious
T delicious sweet gW t wines and is ism isa i iC
C a JIrlDie rme m favorite with th thSteHBc thJ thi thiL thihadas
Ja hadas 1 SteHBc flOc T5c quart
Hartridfte Jlnrnlel l e Wants nnts to Take Testimony TcMtimonyof
of Dente Beam and McCaleb McCalebNew JleCalebNew McCulcbNew
New York Nov 21Cllfford ClItrord W V Hart Hartridg HartrklCp Hartdgi
ridg rklCp ri dgi counsel for Harry K K Thaw had a aconference aconference aonference
conference c this afternoon With District DistrictAttorney Di Districtttorney trlet trletAttorney
Attorney A cA ttorney Jerome on the question trf tak taking takIng takng ¬
ing I ng depositions of witnesses outside of ofJurllldletion the thejurisdiction theurhefletlon
jurisdiction J of the local courts courtsIn courtsIn courtsIn
In setting the consent of the court to totake totake toake
take t the depositions deposlUoaa1t it it will be necessary necessaryfor ne0llElV7for
for f or Mr r Hartridge to stats tate the names MM of ofthe Drthe ofhe
the t he witnesses he wants to examine eXlUJltfte and andwhat XJIClwhat aiidhat
what w hat questions he wants to ask them themMr tlMmMr themr
Mr M r Jerome has the privilege of o opposing opposingor
or o r consenting to the taking of the deposi deposition dcposlUonL depostShould ¬
tion tionShould UonL
Should the witnesses ssc be important In hithe Inthe Inhe
the t he judgment of Mr Jerome it is not notunlikely notu notollkey
unlikely u u llkeJy that he will ask for the appoint appointment appointment appointmost ¬
uc ment of a commission ion so that he may maycrossexamine m6 m6exandne mayrossexamine
crossexamine c exandne the witnesses wJtne 6e8 after they theyhave theyhave theyave
have h ave made their statements to counsel counselfor counselfor counselor
for f or Thaw ThawIt ThawIt ThawIt
It is known that some of the witnesses witnessesair wllneMeMr
Mr Hartridge is anxious to examine are areIn areIn
In h i the West two or three being in San SanFrancisco SftnFraacWco Sanrancisco
Francisco F It is said that two of the wit witnesses wltne ¬
nesses ne n es are Truxton Bealo and Thomas ThomasMcCaieb ThomasMcCaJeb ThomasMcCaleb
McCaieb The The were with Thaw and his hiswife libwlte
wife w ife In Martins shortly before Thaw Thawshot TbaWsIlot
shot s hot White on the roof of the Madison MadisonSquare lfadJ80nSquare Madisonquare
Square S quare Garden It is also said that tha t Beale Bealeand Bealeand Bealend
and a nd McCaieb were witnesses of the shoot shooting aboottAl ¬
ing ingIn tAlIn l ug
In view of the action by ThaWs counsel counselit
it f t is now certain that Thaw cannot be betried betried
tried t until January at the earliest earliestSTRUGGLE eunetSTRUGGLE
Detective D Arrests Man ana is s Com Compelled Gompelled Coinje1ed ¬
pelled to Protect Him from Mob MobGet MobAngr NobAngry
Angr Angry Citizens In New York Try to toGet o oGet
Get James Sounder for Attack Attackon Attnckon
on ° Little Girl GirlNew GirlNew
New York Nov 22 3After After engaging sagl in inlifeanddeaih Ina Inlifeanddeath
a a lifeanddeaih struggle on the edge ed of ofa ofa
a a roof today Detective Christopher ChristopherOBrien CltrlstophltrOBrieR
OBrien felled his h prisoner James Saun Saunders SauncIenI Saunora
ders cIenI d ora with his club and later was forced forced1o fo foto forcedio
1o r to rescue him from a mob who demanded demandedhis delnan4edhis
his Hte for aa alleged attack on a four fouryearold fouryearold
yearold girl trl rI rIThe y yThe
The screams acr of o a a little girl aroused arousedevery arousedvery
every e owe in the neighborhood borftood of SM i Bast Bastlast Eutmt Bast2I
last I 2I street and Detective OBrfeii who whohurried whohurried
hurried over in response to te alarm alarmfound
found f the child d ld held captive by a a man manin mann
in I n a vacant t store at that address addressThere
There the crowd had grown to immense immenseproportions IIIUIIeD8eproportions
proportions attracted by the story that thatthe thathe
the t he prisoner had made a brutal attack attackupon attaekupon attackupon
upon Annie Wolf aged four living in the the121st tbemst
mst i lst street house The crowd was en enraged enraged ¬
raged r and they made a dash das at Ottrfen Ottrfenand O Jden Jdenand
and the prisoner when they apepared apeparedThere apeparecJThere apeparedThere
There were r cries of lynching lynchingOBrien lYJtebIDgOBrIen lynchingOBrien
OBrien weak from his light for life on onthe OAthe onhe
the t he roof was jammed back into the hall hallway hallI ¬
way by the Infuriated crowd He tried to toflght toAgbt
I flght fi ght them the off with his club and his pile prisoner paisOMr ¬
oner o ner white with terror at the fury of the thecrowd theI
I crowd c struck right and left but still the thecrowd tbeI therowd
I crowd c rowd came on onOBrien onI
I OBrien called for help and T bugged > the theringleaders thertn theringleaders
ringleaders rtn enI of the crowd to desist 8t In Instead InI ¬
I stead s tead they struck his prisoner time and andgain andbIIe andaln
gain aln while bIIe those In the rear continued to tocry toCry tory
cry c ry Lynch him himOBrien himOBrlen
OBrien drew his revolver revo1v r as a last re resort re reort reort ¬
sort s ort and at sight of it the crowd fell feHback ftltback fellack
back b ack A patrol wagon arrived a few min minutes minutes udntes ¬
utes u tes later As the prisoner was being beingtaken bef beftaken beingaken
taken t to the wagon bleeding from the theMows theblows thelows
Mows b lows that had been rained on him the thecrowd theercwd therowd
crowd c rowd made a a second attempt to take takehim takehim takeim
him h ch im but the police were wpdent t in nuan nuanbers nUIIIhens
hens h ers to drive them back backThe ACkThe beckThe
The enraged ftlral throng thrOR followed the wagon wagonto Wa8OIIto wagono
to t o the police station making ma frequent frequentdemonstrations trequentdml frequentemonstrations
demonstrations dml d nstrations The prisoner showed showedevident showedevideDt showedvident
evident e relief a as he found himself in a acelL aceiL aelL
celL c ec elL He said he was James Saunders Saunderstwentyfour Saundentwenl7tour
twentyfour t years old of MB I East 118th 118thatreet UlthThe 111thThe I
atreet atreetThe
The little girl who w o had suffered lAlfteredI severe severely severey ¬
ly I y from the attack on her was taken to tothe tothe tohe
the t he Harlem Hospital by Dr Overton OvertonSCHMITZ OvertonSOll1I1Z
Mayor Will Not Be Placed Under Underv UnderArrest UndeiArrest
v Arrest at Present PresentOpportunity PresentOpportunltJ PresentOpportunity
Opportunity Permitted Him to Go to toSun toSan toSan
San Francisco to Answer the theCliarsta theChnre theCharge
Chnre Charge j of ofNew Dlnckmnil DlnckmnilNew BlnckmnUNew
New York Nov 2X The cteanaatp cteanaatpPatrfe tItidJlPatrIIL steamsthPatt
Patrfe PatrIIL Patt o OA which Mayor hg Bwgea ugees ScfcmiU ScfcmiUof ScIaIaIof Sciunitsof
of San Francisco who fe wwtor wser indict indictment IBdIctt indictmont ¬
mont t in his horn Rome city for alleged n niDe graft grafting graftlug ¬
lug Is a passenger te tonigHt lying Iyta off offSandy oilSaady od odSandy
Sandy Hook lightship Jt wltiit and will come into intothe Jatotile Istcthe
the bay and up to nr b dock some time timeafter timeafter timeafter
after S oclock tomorrow tomorrowIt
It is not the Intention of the California Californiaociala Callfomioftkta18 Cailfornisofliclals I
ociala who are now here to arrest the themayor themayor tin
mayor when he step IIt off the eteanter eteanterehoukl teamerhoukl steameishould r
should he live up to the promise e that be begave hepve In Ingave
gave when he left the th other side side that he hewould hewould hi hiwould
would ge at once to San Francisco eo to face facehte faceI mac
his accusers If the mayor te still in that thatframe thatframe thaiframe L
frame of mind and there seems to be no noreason noreason m
reason why he should not be he will be bepermitted bepermJtted bi bipermitted i
permitted to land unmolested and the ser service 58rvice eervice ¬
vice of the warrant of arrest will be de deferred deterred doferred ¬
ferred until he h reaches San Francisco Franciscownere FraMteconere Franciscowuere
wnere nere it is now understood friends have havearranged havearranged haviarranged
arranged for ball ballShould ballShould ballShould
Should the mayo however attempt to toremain torem t tremain
remain rem ln in this city it Is considered alto altogether aUogetller altogother ¬
gether likely that he will ill be arrested and andthat andthat aut I Ithat
that application will then be made to toGov toGov U UGov
Gov Higgins Hlg ns for authority to extradite extraditehim e extraditihim tradlte tradltehim
him and take him back b to his home city citya cityprisoner dt r ra
a prisoner prisonerNo prisonerNo prloonerNo
No one was permitted to approach the thesteamer thesteamer tInsteamer
steamer tonight or get into communica communication communication coenmunicalion ¬
tion with her owing to the Federal Jaws Jawswhich 18Swhlcll Iaw Iawwhich
which prohibit any communication with a aliner aUner i iiner
liner l until the quarantine officiate e have haveinspected baveIn haviInspected
inspected In pect d her herMayor herM herMayor
Mayor M or Schmitzs Sehmllzs brother and two of hie hiepersonal hiejer bli blipersonal
personal jer onal counsel are reported to be wait waittog waitlug waltm
tog Inlhlg In thJ city c1 to see him but ut so far they thc 9 9have
have not shown up at any of the spots spotswhere spOtswhere I Iwhere
where Californians and especially San SanFranciscans SanFranclscans Sa I IFranciscans
Franciscans usually usuaU congregate congregateIt
It is known that those closest est to the themayor themayor thu thumayor
mayor believe that he will m be able to todear toclear U UClear
clear his skirts of the charge of accept accepting acceptIng acceptlag ¬
ing blackmail from the French restaurant restaurantkeepers re taurantkeePfrs t tkeepers
keepers of San Francisco and that tJia they theystill theystUl the r rstill
still have confidence In him despite de the thamass the11hUI6 thu thumaa
mass maa of alleged evidence now no in the hands handsof handsof hand 3 3the
of the prosecuting officials officialsThe officialsThe otflcialsThe
The revelations in connection with the thealleged thealleged thu thualleged
alleged mismanagement ml of the relief
funds which are declared to be nearly nearl nearlshort
4 WCm short abort however have greatly eatly in interested Intwested Intecested ¬
terested every section of the United
States and a statement from the mayor
himself is earnestly earne tly desired Therefore
there will be great eat interest taken In his hisg
landing g tomorrow tomorrowA1TOTHEE tomorrowllTOTHER tomorrowANOThER
Third of Tiose TiosejjiTonz in Tom Coopers 3Ia 3Iacmne Jlaedine Machflne
cmne edine to < o SuecuDlbNew Succumb SuccumbNew SuccumbNew
New York Nov 23 2tHelen Helen H len Lambert the theactress theactress theactress
actress who was In the automobile automobilesmashup automobliesmas autoniobiesmashup
smashup smas up in Central Park Monday night nightin nightIn nightIn
in wkloh Tom Cooper the th bicycle rider riderand riderand rideranti
and chauffeur tteur and Daniel Barkatew B rkalOw a acotton acotton acotton
cotton broker br ker were killed killed died this aft afternoon afternoon t ternoon ¬
ernoon in Roosevelt Hospital of her in injuries JI JIJurIes Injuries ¬
TransMississippi T1 3JJsllississi l > pi Congress CongressMay CongressMay
May Ignore Subject Subjecti SubjectCOMMITTEE Sl Ject JectOOOOTTEE
Sceretnry ecrenry Shaw llnLeJlJ 1 llezt e1l for En EncournglnJ Enoouraging
conrnjjlnir Steamship Line and andWilliam 111111Villinm
William J J L Bryan Br J1 Arraigns Arrnl nlf Trusts TrustsSpeech CrUldllSIeech
Speech of Nebraskan Xetrn knll Arouses En Enthusiasm Entl1usln EnthuaInnt ¬
thusiasm tl1usln ul Anaon Among me DelegateKansas DelesntelKaa Delegate DelegatesKaneni
Kansas aa City Mo Nov 2Z Tho com committee committee coinmitten ¬
mittee on re resolutions of the Transmissls Transmisslsslppl Tmnlm Traninilesisippi lls llsalppl
slppl s ippi Commercial Congress hits finished finishedits finished finishedIts fluilshedts
its I ts work and will submit ubmlt to the congress congresstomorrow congreMSmorrow congressimorrow
tomorrow t morrow morning the result ro of its itslabors itslabors Itsabors
labors The resolution it Is said will willbe wiltbe wille
be b e silent on the question que tlon of ofshlp ship subsidy subsidyadvocated subsltIyadvocat8d subsidydvocated
advocated a by Secretaries Root suit Shaw ShawTodays ShawTodays ShawTrodays
Todays sessions were from a public publicstandpoint publiclltandpotnt publicstandpoint
standpoint the moat mo t Interesting slnne the thecongress theCOAgrNe theongress
congress c convened A member of the thaCabinet theCbI theabOiet
Cabinet CbI C aet was the star attraction of the theafternoon th thafternoon thtfternoon <
afternoon a while the evening session was wasgiven wasgiven wasiven
given g iven over to the grout commoner commonerwho commonerwho commonerwho
gd who has twice made the race for Presi President Presient l ldttftt ¬
dent dttftt d ent and whom many think will again againbe againDe againo
be h o the standard bearer for the Demo Democratic DemoClatJc Demoratic ¬
cratic c party partySpeaks partySpeaL partySpeaks
Speaks for Ship Subsidy SubnidyThe Sublfld SublfldThe SubsidyThe
The speech of Leslie Ite M Shaw Secretary Secretaryof
of the Treasury on An American Mer Merchant llereh8zIt 31crhant ¬
chant c Marine took up most mo t of the after afternoon atternooa at tor tornoes ¬
noon Mr r Shaw is the second member of ofPresident ofPretll atPresident
President ent Roosevelts Cabinet to address addrassthe addrOiSUte addressthe
the congress ooop III In discussing the subject subjectIgaed subjectagaed subjectssigned
a agaed Igaed to him him Swratary Shaw Shft w said saidIt aidnIt
nIt It takes time thu to dwwatop dMet p a market for formanufactured forJllautaeturecl formanufactured
manufactured goods A few million ex extra LXlnL cxra ¬
tra I ra bushels of wheat wIMat a couple million milliontons mlUlofttOM millionons
tons t ons of meat beyond the usual u uses l an extra extramillion cctramUtton extram
million m io or two bate be bales of cotton will still stilltell stillJell stillell
tell s ell themselves for the world orld will come comeafter comeafter comelter
after a them but to dispose of surplus surplusmanufactures surplumanutacturea surplusmanufactures
manufactures wilt rsqutra international internationalmerchants IRterMtlonaIJDelChaJlbiL InternatIonalmerchants
merchants merchantsEngland JDelChaJlbiLuEDlIand merchantsEngIand
England Germany and France con consume eonRme conum ¬
sume s um approximately STper i1 per cent of their theiroutput theirtpat theirutput
output o tpat of manufactured goods and they theysearch tbeyareh theyearch
search s the world with ships flying then thenown th thO1n theirflags
own flags to find markets Cor for or 38 l per cent centof eentet centof
of surplus rplus We re manufacture a a1l much as asthese IUtbeM asthese
these three countries combined consume consumeapproximately OO conoume9proxlmately 8ume 8umemately
approximately a aI mately 95 per cent of it ail and andinvite andInvite andnvite
invite I the world to come after our sur surplus surplus ourphis ¬
plus i per cent In the near future this thissurplus tJaqaurpl thisurplus
surplus aurpl s will be larger lar r and the world may maythen ma mathen mayhen
then t tall to come after it itMut ItIut itMust
Must Rncourasre Transportation TransportationIf
It this tbi this1country country ever develops develo interna international inter intertJeDa1 inersaissial ¬
tional t merchants it win accomplish it It5raDtI by bygranting byranting
granting 5raDtI g them encouragement not atone atoneby aIoaeb looe looey
by b y dredging d harbors and deepening de as chan channels cbanela chanucla ¬
ucla but by insuring theta a merchant merchantmarine chaAtriDe merchantmarine
marine riDe in which to carry under the moat moatfavorable nwtfavorable mostavorable
favorable f terrae t the products of our ourfarms ourtna ournen
farms t nen our mines oar forest and our ourfactories ourtaelOl1N ouractories
factories f And without international mer merchants 1IMr31W1tatned merhants ¬
chants c sustained by a merchant marine marinewe marinewe rIDe rIDewe
we win never pot these products late the theport tileOItII theorts
OItII port p orts of countries unable to tonbaat maintain maintainmerchant ma1itain ma1itainmerchant
merchant nbaat ships with which to come after afterthem atteltMm afterhcnL
them t hcnLTb
The Tb outlay of SMWMM M IB the purchase purchaseof
of the right of way and Ull00t 3WO OIW W addi additional adellUoDa1 addiIoiiaI ¬
tional t m In the construction of an isthmian isthmiancanal iatb iatbcanal Isthmhaseanal
canal S208 1ZO < mW spent in the last decade decanion cIecaMon decadeon
on rivers rive and harbors in aid of oCaDd shipping shippingand shlplagand
and 1i U5IOOUU ttxMW expended on the Revenue KeveauCntter R9ftIICutter RevenueCutter
Cutter Service largely for the protection protectionof
of shipping m are all wise appropriations A Afraction Atraction Afraction
I fraction of this amount would give lyeI us uswhat vswhat
I what we on once e had hada a merchant mrrtae mrrtaeand tn1 mrtneivi rba rbaI
I and a ivi insure us International merchants mercbanui and andthe andthe
i the products of o our r evertoersaeiag evertnenMJ labor laborwould IaboIW01dcI InborwoOld
would then be carried where the United UnitedStates UatedStates UnitedStates
States as a a commercial country to now nowunknown ROWI nonBryan
I unknown unknownMr
Mr 1 Bryan was the only onl speaVer spoor pea at the thenight theD15bt thenight
night session His remarks were ex extemporaneous extftllporaneou cxtemporaneous ¬
temporaneous He choee as his subject subjectTrusts subjectrrusts subjectrruita
Trusts White th tM Nebraska did not notadvocate JIOtactvocate no noadvocate
advocate any aD doctrine that be has not DOtJKeYtoeIy notprevIously
previously suggested ed as a remedy med for forcurbing forcurbtDg forcurbing
curbing the power of trusts his remarks remartcsaroueed remarksaroused
aroused Immense enthusiasm enthusiasmODONOYAN enthusiastsODO1OVAN ntbutdumODONOV
Irish Patriot Made Corporation In Inspector InHpcctor Inspector ¬
spector at 4 a Day DayNew Dn Dn2lew DayNew
New York York Nov No 21Presidant Pre Preeklent ldeRt Bird BirdColor S SCoier fColer
Color of the borough of Brooklyn ap appointed ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed ODonovaa ODoIIG Rossa the Irish Irishpatriot It1shI I Ipatriot
patriot as a corporation inspector at a asalary aor a I Inalary
I salary of 4 a day dayA dayA dayA
A year or so ago Mr r Rossa was chosen chosenby cboeeaI I Iby
by the county council of Cork Ireland Irelandits IreJaadlu irelandas
as its secretary and got t a big bigoft bigo MIld MIldoil
oft o In Brooklyn before Ids departure He Hefcund Heund Herund
fcund und the place unsatisfactory and andreturned admurned sees L Lreturned
returned to this th country much to the thepriIIe theprile sur surprise ¬
prise of hie friends friendsBEMEMBEKSTHOESBS friendsi friendsREMEb friendsREMENBE1rHORSES
Banker Mnitland Directs Widow to toCare toCnre ftCare I
Care for His Favorite Team TeamNew Tcn TcnNew TeamNew
New York Nov 22 2tI I earnestly entreat entreather entrtIfLther L
her my widow to care ft 1or > r any animals animalsthat anitsalithat l lthat t
that may be m In my possession n at the time timeof Unaei tlm i iof
i of my death notably my mycOIich conch team All AllScarlet AllSearlet M I IScarlet
Scarlet Phoenix Free Lance and Con Constitution Constitution Conetitutlon ¬
stitution and when these horses are past pastservice pestervIce t tservice
service they must m be shot shotThis shotTt shotTh1
This Th1 was a clause in the will of Thomas ThomasA ThoinaiA
A A Maitlaad banker of this city eft and andresident nresident anireddest
resident of Rye tiled for probate today todayat todayat todaiat
at White hI1e Plains He had a fine stable stableand stnbleand stabkand
and was for years rs one of the judges at atthe atthe at I Ithe
the horse stow stowOn PhowOn showOn
On the death or remarriage of his wife wifehis wifehAa wifehis
his mothers jewels are to be divided be between be betwtfn between ¬
tween the daughters Helen and Agnes AgnesThe AgnesThe AgnesThe
The residuary re estate Is left In trust as asfollows astol1os u C Cfollows
follows The widow Is to receive three threequarters threeqUArters threequarters
quarters of the income from the real and andpersonal andperaonal anc I Ipersona
personal persona property until her death or re remarriage reman1a8e remarriage ¬
marriage The remaining onequarter is isto 16to ii 5 5to
to be invested in bonds and mortgages mortgagesand mortgagesand mortgagesand
and added to the capital of the widow who whois whoia whui
is i to receive r ve the Interest from these an annual annual annual ¬
nual investments On the death or re remarriage remarriage remarriage ¬
marriage of the the widow the whole whole property propert
is to go to the children childrenThe childrenThe childrenThe
The will says saysIf saysI ys ysIf
If I any child elects to become a re
ligieuse either a priest or a nun it is to toreceive toreeetve U Ureceive
receive only onehalf of Its share as I do donot donot di dinot
not think it will require as much as a aperson aperson I Iperson
person in the world worldShoots worl worlShoots worldShoots
Shoots Teacher So He Can Hunt HuntPunxsutawney HuntPIIIX8Uta1m6Y HuntPunxeutawney
Punxsutawney Pa Nov No 22 22Because 22Becausebis Because Becausehte C Chis
his teacher refused ed to grant him permis permission permission perminSlOfl ¬
sion to go hunting James Dougherty jr jrsixteen jrslxteen irsixteen
sixteen years old shot and seriously seriouslywounded seriouslywouqded seriousl r rwounded
wounded Prof Pro J 7 E Kohler principal principaland prIncipaland principaland
and Meade Snyder his assistant asslstant Prof
Snyders condition Is critical Young Youn
Dougherty was arrested
Trustees Appointed A Jolntcel for Lellcr LellcrWealth LeiterVcnUIaIorel LelterVcalthiLord
Wealth VcnUIaIorel Lord Carson Get Gets a Third ThirdChicago ThlrelCblcaro ThirdChicago
Chicago Nov 21 22Arrangements Arrangements rranementB were weremade weremade weremade
made today LNJa for the payment t6 Lord LordCurzon Lor1Curzon LordCurzon
Curzon of C Kendlcston Kendle ton of the income dur during durIng durng ¬
ing I ng his life on 5SS8COO COO of the estate e tuto left leftby lertby lefty
by b y his wife the late Lady Curzon The Thebalance Thebalttace Thebalance
bt balance of Lady Curzonc Curzon 1 1750000 j7O goes goesto goeato goeso
to t o the three children Mary Iary Irene Cyn Cynthia CynUtla CynWa ¬
thia t Wa and Alexandra aged respectively respectivelyten re pecUel pecUelten
ten t en nine and three years yearsJ The division divisionof
of o f the estate was arranged arrangedTho arrangedIhA arrangedThin
Thin trustees of the estate < are Robert RobertT
T Lincoln Sir John Brodrlck Brltlsn Brltlsnundersecretary Brlttsnundersecretary ErittunndersecretarY
undersecretary u for war Mrs Colin ColinCampbell ColinCampbelf CohnCampbell
Campbell Joseph Leiter Mrs L Z Loiter Lelterand Loiterand Loiternd
and a nd LadySuffolk LadySuffolkSTUARTS Lad38urcolkSTUARTS LadySufolkSTUABTSPLIJRAIJTY
STUARTS STUABTSPLIJRAIJTY PLURALITY IS 48435 48435van 48435O 48435Official
O Official Figures on Vote In Pcnnsl Pcnnslanln Pennsylvania
vania van anln In Arc Given Out OntHarrisburg OutHarrisburg OutHarrisburg
Harrisburg Pa Nov 21 The official officialvote ottlclllvote officialvote
vote of the State has been compiled at atthe atthe atthe
the STl tlte e department and shows that thatStuarts thatStuart thatStuartz
Stuart plurality over Emery was 48435 48435The 48435Tbu 48435Thu
The total vote for Stuart was 500392 l for forEmery rorEmery forEmery
Emery 47167 of which w leh 301747 174T were were Dora Democrats DGmoerats Doraocrats ¬
ocrats and 14fff7 Lincoln Castle re received re received received ¬
ceivedThe ceived 3471 3471The Z4711The
The votes vot for fo other uM candidates were wereLieutenant woreLIutenant wereLieutenant
Lieutenant governor Murphy SOIS41 SOIS41Black BOtSltBlack 501841Black
Black 432932 auditor general ganEl Young 105 8058B 105m 105Creasy
8B Creasy 431177 1171 secretary of Internal Internalaffairs internalalrairll Internalaffairs
affairs Houck 511S66 Green 4196H 4196HCHINA J196JtCHINA 4196kCHINA <
Failure of Negotiations Will Affect AffectAll AffectAll AffectAll
All of Powers PowersFlowery PowersFJoerT PowersFloucry
Flowery Empire Ignores JJno ell Pledges for forEvident forEldent forEvident
t Evident Purpose of Flouting Floutingthe Floutingthe Floutingthe
the Foreigner ForeignerBvery ForeJ Foreignersevery nerll nerllve17
every ve17 effort on the part of the Italian Italiangovernment Italianovt Italiangorersenent
government ovt to make a a treaty with China ChinaIn ChinaIn Chinain
In accordance with the terms of the pro protocol protocol protocol ¬
tocol of peace of MW has failed because becauseof becauseor becaustof
of the attitude of the Mongolian govern government SOornmeat governmeat ¬
meat meat and the negotiations gvdatto have ceased ceasedentirely ceueilentirely ceasedentirely
entirely The r reas reason has not been clear clearly c106rIT clearly ¬
ly defined but China Chbaa according to mall mailOne malltrom mallfrom
from the far East Is to WatJL bhane bhaneOne
One of the conditions upon which the thepowers thepowen thepowers
powers helped China straighten things thingsout thingsout thingsout
out m In HOI 1 was that there be certain certainamendments certainamend certainamendmentj
amendments to the various treaties of ofcommerce orcomzneroee olcommerce
commerce and navigation u tJon Soon after afterthe dterthe afterthe
the empire had calmed down after the theBoxer theiJoxer theBoxet
Boxer troubles the negotiations negotiations a were weretaken wereken wereikea
taken ken up A treaty tr between China and andGreat aDdGtt azu azuGreat
Great Gtt Britain in September lIe was the thefirst theftnJt thefirst
first result resukIn rukIn resultIn
In October DM u Japan and the United UnitedStates rattedstates UnitedStates
States concluded treaties with the Peking Pekinggovernment Pe1d8glOvelftment Pekinigovernment
government and Portugal v concluded an anagreement anA asagreement
agreement A HlDeDt in JJW Germany G CSrInSIiItrIed tried to reach reachan rebut reacias
an agreement but failed and now Italy ItalyIs ltaytIIo Itai
Is 1 in U1 tho same position P llttloaTbe The recent out outbreak out1Ireak outbreak ¬
break of antiforeign sentiment has im impeded 1mp beed ¬
peded p ed the progress of the negotiations negotiationsAffect 1IegotlaUonAffectll negotiationsAffects
Affect All the Power PowerIn PonerI PowersIs
In I the meantime the treaties t which whichhave whkbe whichhave
have e actually + been concluded 11HIed are met ineffective mettecdve mettecttve ¬
fective 10 a great extent because of the theprovision UteIn thepIovo
pIovo provision In the protocol of o peace that thatcertain tateertaI thatcertain
eertaI certain clauses should not become obliga obligatory o obll oblltory Ilp Ilptory ¬
tory until made de with ail of o the signatory signatorypower stgDaorypowers elgualorypowers
power powers powersesideu
BeDSe esideu this It is ponied lOIa oat t that there therehas tJtweIteea therehai
has been no fulfillment of the agreements agreementsbetween agreem8tlltMtweft agreementsbetween
between China and 1 Japan Great Britain Britainand BrIalaI BrIIaISaad
and the United State to 0 intiSnt and aMJwie 541 OMI OMIcJuost 5 5l
cJuost l the revision of a ha > mlnlni mbdi reg regUI regUIprovide regula regulations ¬
Uoaa tions to ° provide tor uniform national nationaland utloM1eoIeap nationalcolanie
eoIeap and to make some provisions provlal M at affecting attraciemark atfeetliig ¬
fecting trademarks trademarksIt
It seems that Italys greatest trouble in inher IIIher Snher
her recent negotiations was that China Chinawished ChinawIaMd Chinseverything
wished everything and 00 would give noth nothing BothIn nothlag ¬
lag In In return The breaking oft of nego negotiations negoUndone ¬
Undone baa created c something of a stir stirIn ad adIn etIin
In an editorial concerning the general generalquestion IteMIIllque generalquestln
question loa of Chinas Cbt attitude on the com conimercial cornmercial
mercl mercial l treaty question the North China ChinaDaily ChinaDa1Jy ChinsDaily
Daily News Ne ewe said that China seems to have haveadopted Daveadfpted haveadopted
adopted br present attitude for the pleas pleasure pleasure pleastire ¬
ure of flouting nout1n the foreigner and repudlat repudiating repudlat1er repudlatlug ¬
lug her pledged pled ed word wordMunchnrlan wordJlnl1 wordlanchiurlans
Munchnrlan Jlnl1 hurlnnM Boycott Japs JapsA JnplIA JapsA
A rumor has come to Washington W ton from fromChina fromCbtaa freesChina
China that there is a very general e era1 talk talkamong ta1kalDO talkamong
among alDO the natives of Manchuria of o a boy boycott boycott boycoit ¬
cott of Japanese goods but there is noth nothing nothIn nothtag ¬
tag In to show that the agitation has gain gained gained gainod ¬
ed any very great rt headway headwa or that ac actual acopenaUon actoni ¬
toni operation of the movement is likely likelyto lIkeJ lIkeJt likelyo
to t o appear app soon The reasons are also alllOexcept alecInkSg alsotanking
tanking except for an expression of opts op4nhm oplnthat optsJS
JS hm that the Chinese are ar dissatisfied with withthe VoithtiM withthe
the Japanese e control of Manchuria since sincethe sinceUM sincelb
the lb war warThe warThe
The Japanese are a making rapid head headway headway ¬
way to their campaign CJDJMIgalor or the market in inManchuria inManchuria I IXaneburta
Manchuria and are now far in advance advanceIn
In this respect of Great Britain and the thaUnited Utat1Ittecl theUnited
United States her principal competitors competitorsFurther competitorsFurther competitorsFurther
Further confirmation has come to Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington of the decision of the Chinese Chinesegovernment ChlnMgonrnmeat Chinesgovernment
government to stop sending the young youngmen youngmen youngmen
men of the country to Japan to school schoolFrom schoolFrom schoolFrees
From the various Mts of information informationwhich informatlonldck Informationwhich
which leave nave reached Washington from fromChina fromChina fromChina
China It would seem that China fears ears to tosome tosome toSome
some extent at least Japanese Jap ese predomi predominance predomtMIICe predomisauce ¬
sauce in her dominions dominionsBARON dominionsBARON dominlonsBARON
Gen Booth Moves Peer PcerSnys Says Ameri A11lerlenns America Aiticricajis ¬
enns cajis ca nn Too Rich to Be Religions ReligionsBerlin ReUgiou8Berlin ReUgionsBerlin
Berlin Berlin Nov 2iGen VlllIam Booths Boothsmeeting Boothsmeeting Boothsmeeting
meeting at the h Circus Busch last evening eveningwas eveningwas I
was attended by b ten counts and thirtyfive thirtyfivebarons thirtyfivebfllOft thirtyfiveheroes
barons One of the latter came to the thepenitents thepenitents thepenitents
penitents bench and shook hands with withthe withthe withthe
the general generalGen generalGen eneral eneralGen
Gen Booth says he Is going to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States or Canada in January Januar He Hesaid Hesaid Hosaid
said saidIn
In Japan where the government gove nment Is Isgiving isgJ1ng Isgiving
giving the Salvation Army every facility facilitythe tacllltythe
the Army Arm during the recent famine res rescued rescood roscued ¬
cued StOO geishas He said the Salva Salvation Sahutlon Saivation ¬
tion Army had gained a footing In Korea Koreaand Korea Koreaand Koreaand
and he hoped ho that later It would also get geta beta geta
a start in Manchuria and Siberia He 1 1not Inot Is Isnot
not satisfied tls > d with the progress t It Is mak making1 makIng ma mabig ¬
big In the United States The people peoplethere peoplethem peoplethere
there are too rich and prosperous to be bereligious bereligious bereligious
religious he says He hopes to be able ableto abl ablto ableto
to eonduct a campaign In America next nextautumn nextautumn nextautumn
autumn autumnSch autumnSc1lreck autumnSchreek
Sch Sc1lreck reck May Meet Lansfford LansffordChicago LantordChicago LangfordChicago
Chicago Nov 21 2Mlke Mike Schreck aspir aspirant nsplrant napirant ¬
ant to the heavyweight championship championshipof
of the world received rec lved word from Match Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker ¬
maker T J Mahoney Mahon of the Iron City ClQrAthletic CI CIAthlotlc
Athletic Club of Allegheny Pa that thatthe tha thatthe t tthe
the latter has forwarded articles for his hissignature hissIgnature hissignature
signature for a ISround fight with Sam SamLangford SamLangford SamLangford
Langford on New Years Day
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Ur Uprights > rig rts and Grands including the dinty ty little littleB littleQuarterGrand
B QuarterGra d at atm atWcif
m Excluive Washington WashingtonAgents Wcif 1328 I 328 F FAgents B
I Agents for forChickerings I1 I1Chickerings
Chickerings 1 PIANO Street otreet otreetk
bueband h1t8 were safe te and that they would wouldleave wouldleave wGuldleave
leave Southampton sut ampton or Cherbourg as soon soonThe 800ftble soonas
as pethis pethisThe ble bleThe
The Washington passengers who were werein TOOT TOOTin werhi
in toe accident and ta U othnra wIlD were weredetained weredeCallted weredetained
detained on this aeebont will sa asfiCberbourg front frontCherbourg r rCberboarg
Cherbourg on November M either et Ml on La LaLorraine LaLorralue LaLorraine
Lorraine or the steamship St St PauL
Six SL Ships Sunk and Shore Strewn StrewnWith StrenVltll StrewnWith
With Debris DclirlsChicago Dc1rlsCbIeaO DebrisChicago
Chicago Nov ov 22 Thirtytwo men mendrowned mendroJMd mendrowned
drowned six boats sunk and a score re of ofvessels orveaels ofvessels
vessels crippled or ashore Is the known knownrecord 1mowarecord knownrecord
record thus th tar of the thecorm storm that swept the theGreat tileOr theGreat
Great Or Lakes last night and today Docks Deckspiers Docksptera Dockspiers
piers and breakwaters were w also de destroyed de destroed doetroyed ¬
stroyed at many harbors berhonlMt vith losses run running nmDint running ¬
ning up to at least 1 1Mgell tthUlMessages MdMCfc MdMCfcges
Messages ges telling telUa of t still further damage damageare da damageare e eare
are being constantly Uy received at odfces odfcesof oMcesof oces ocesof
of the shipping ing companies eo here Mn and the thefull tilefuU thefuU
fuU list of lives and property Inns will wOIcertainly wmoertalnly willcertainly
certainly be considerably longer than at atpresent atpre atpresent
present pre ent when full reports are In InThe InThe InThe
The steamer Panama Pana was lost in the thegale tbegaJe thegale
gale on Lake Superior Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wednesdaynight VeclAe ay aynlbt
night The wreckage wreclta of e the steamer bas haebeen basfound hasbeen
been found on the wildest t portion of the theSuperior UteSup theSuperior
Superior Sup rloc coast coa t between Martrttette Xa ette and andOntoaagon adOntooason sadOntouagon
Ontoaagon The crew landed and made madetheir ma4etheir madetheir
their way wa for ten t miles toward ORt ORtgoa Ontoon Ontoongo Ontensgee
gee go in the freezing cold eo Some of them themmay thftRmay themmay
may die of exposure exposureStranded expowreStrnmlerl exposureStranded
Stranded on Wild Vlld Shore ShoreThe ShoreThe
The Panama was s found stranded StrandedMineral on onMineral ORlUneral I
Mineral Point thirteen miles west of ofOntonogon ofOnwnogon ofOntonognn
Ontonogon Caught in last nights wild wildgale wildgale I
gale the steamer Panama was driven drivenfrom drtvenrom drivenfrom
from rom its course and disabled dl abled finally finallybrought ODallybrought finallybrought
brought up on shore shoreAccording 8ftoreAccording shoreAccording
According to Ontonogon advices the thetow thetow thetoa
tow toa barge Matanzas was sighted silled in die distress d dtr686 dietress ¬
tress oft that port this morning and with withits withits wlthIls
its crew was s brought safely safel into the bar harbor 1Iarbor barbor ¬
bor by the tug Tramp It reported that thatit thatIt thatIt
it had been cast adrift by the Panami Panamiboth PanamOboth Panamtboth
both vessels v being bound down with ore orefrom orefrom orefrom
from the head he d of the lake Jake and that the thefate thefate thefate
fate of the steamer was unknown unknownA
A search by the Tramp resulted re in the thediscovery thediscovery thediscovery
discovery of the steamer OH oi the beach beachwith beAchwith beachwith
with rudder gone and the entire upper upperworks upperWDrks upperworks
works swept away awayThe awuyThe awayThe
The barge Athene in tow of the steamer steamerPratt steamerPIlt steamerPratt
Pratt broke loose in Lake Erie and went wentdovsn wentdom wentdown
dom with Capt Maokey of Milwaukee Milwaukeeand Milwaukeeand Milwaukeeand
and his crew of six slX men The steamer steamerPratt ateamerPmlt steamerPratt
Pratt weathered the storm stormThe stormThe stormThe
The steam barge Resolution front Brie Brieto Brieto erieto
to Toronto Toron o sprang a leak just outside outsideToronto outsideToronto outsideToronto
Toronto harbor and sank Two boats put putoff putoff putoff
off for the Shore hore One was saved ed but buttlie butthe beetthe
the other ther with its six occupants went wentdown wentdown wentdown
Launch Blown Out to Sen SenA SenA SenA
A strange launch with six passengers passengerswas passengerswas eg egwuz
was blown from the Michigan shore slier near nearMuskegon nrMuskegon nearMuskegon
Muskegon and has not been heard h rd from fromIt fromIt fromIt
It was impossible for it to live in the theheavy thehea1 theheavy
heavy sea Another launch put off during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the storm from White Hall and has hasalso hasalso hasalso
also disappeared disappearedAt
At Muskegon an unidentified workman workmanreturning workm8l1re workmanreturnIng
returning re urnlng from work ork along the shore was waspicked waspicked waspicked
picked up by the wind and blown bodily bodilyinto bodilyinto bodilyInto
into the lake where he perished perishedCapsized perLshedCapsized perishedCapsized
Capsized in a skiff while duck shooting shootingoff shootingof shootingoff
off Cedar Point F K K Marshall and andOttomar andQUomar andOttornar
Ottomar Zelster were badly exhausted exhaustedby exhaustedby exhaustedby
by the struggle to reach shore that the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter died soon after landing landingFour landingFour landingFour
Four men a af work on the new breaker breakerat blC8kerat breakerat
at Holland harbor were washed off by bythe bythe bythe
the waves last night and drowned drownedOn droIledOn drownedOn
On the tug O M L Fold off Marlnette a amember amember amember
member of the crew was struck by b a spar spartorn spartorn spartorn
torn from its fastenings by the wind 1nd and andkilled andkilled andkilled
killed killedThe killedThe killedThe
The Gosham Gosh n Morton freighter Front FrontEnac FrontEnac FrontEnac
Enac reached Racino today t ooday after aft r a des desperate desperate dosperate ¬
perate fight with the thewflVos waves The he ship
was badly damaged and was believed believedrepeatedly beli believedrepeatdIy ved vedrepeat
repeatedly repeat td b to be on the point of sinking sinkingA lnkinSA
A strange barge and schooner have > been beenwrecked beenwrecked
wrecked Wr ked six miles south of Grand Haven HavenSTEAMER HavenSTEAMER HavenSTT1AMER
Rammed by b Big BI Vessel YelJllclln in l Dark Pan PniisenKer PnslIengerll Pansengers
senKer SnVed SnVedI SneelPOItJaDd SacdPortland
I Portland Orog Nov 22 Z 21The The steamer steamerLiurUne Ifteuaerl4 steaiperI44rUuh
LiurUne I44rUuh was rammed and sank by Ute tkej Ute1M theeeamer
j steamer eamer 1M Cascade in GotaoMa 001 RIver Rtvor RtvorJXfdte op opposite epte ¬
posite te Rainier at 4 oclock this tbtaAIOnaln tbtaAIOnalnFir morning morningFirst morningFirst
First reports indicated IJldtcat a repetition of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the recent r nt marine disaster by which moreUUID morethan more morethan
than forty persons lost their lives when whenI whenthe whenthe
I the steamers Dix and beanie 1Teanlecoillded collided but butlater butlater butater
later l ater Information shews that the Cascade Cascadesucceeded CaseadeACCeedeei Cascadesucceeded
succeeded in t rescuing rncut all the passengers passengersI pamangorsaboard en enab
I aboard the Lnritoe The survivors were werebrought weret werebrought
brought t to Portland PortlandThe Por PortlandThe 81d 81dThe
The big British BritJ h ship Ivernia that was wasafter wasgiven wasgiven
given up lot o Is hi port at Astoria Astoriaalter Ja
alter being out 111 days front Acapulco AcaputeoMexico Acapulcohefexico
Mexico JII 1co CapC ColHngswood had to deal dealwith dealA1tb dealwith
with two l wo mutinies however but he soon soonbroke 8eOAbroke soonbroke
broke them up by whipping the entire entirecrew enUrecrew entirecrew
crew crewPAT crewPAT crewPAT
Hdvrard Cudahy Jr Jr of Kidnapping KidnappingFame KhlnnpplngPnulc KllnnpplngPanic
Fame in Washington WashingtonA nKblngton nKblngtontaU
A tall goedfooklng Iooklnl weUdrese weUdI welldressed d young youngman youltfwbo youngman
man who inscribed tn Md the name of Edward EdwardA EdwardA
A A CmJahv jr on the New N Willard regis register r registot s ster ¬
ter last evening smilingly admitted that thathfwas thath
hl h hfwas wan 5 the son of the noted dressedbeef dressedbeefmagnate dre81edbeete dremedbeelmagnate
magnate e Edward Cudahay C sr of ofOmaha ofOmaha ofOmaha
Omaha Young Cudabay who is twenty twentyone twentyone twentyone
one years of age a and who has come to totake totate totaice
take his sister a student in one of the theWashington theWubln theWashington
Washington Wubln ton colleges to see the Yale foot football football footbaU ¬
ball game gain was courteous and very ve will willing wlllJnt willtrig ¬
trig to talk on almost any an topic sav the theextraordinary theextraordinaQ theextneordtnai
extneordtnai extraordinary experience he had when he hewas hewa hewas
was kidnapped by the notorious Pat PatCrowe PatCr PatClewe
Crowe Cr Wt la fact fact when that adventure was wasdelicately wasdeHcately wasdelicately
delicately broached by a Herald reporter reporterhe reporterbe reporterbe
be observed ob with 1th a slightly heightened heightenedcolor heightenedcolor heightenedcolor
color No It was wn my brother who was waskidnapped waskidnapped waskidnapped
kidnapped not I IIn IIn IIn
In spite of this denial it was Edward EdwardCudahay EdwardCudaHY L LCudahay
Cudahay jr whom the desperate Crowe Croweheld Croweheid Croweheld
held as a prisoner for some days in the theoutskirts theoutskirts theoutskirts
outskirts of Omaha until his wealthy wealthyfather wea1th wea1thfather wealthyfather
father paid the ransom demanded 5000 5000In 25000 25000in 0O0 0O0in
in gold all of which is now anpient anl = ient his history history history ¬
tory as well w l as the subsequent trial of ofCrowe orCrowe ofCrowe
Crowe and his acquittal by a jury juoan juoanacquittal juryanacquittal an anacquittal
acquittal that was everywhere regarded regardedas
as one of the greatest perversions of ofjustice orjustice ofjustice
justice known in modern annals The Theentire Theentire Theentire
entire case indeed smacked of mystery mysteryfrom m mysteryfront ster sterfrom
from start to finish and despite the ab absolutely abOIutely absolutely ¬
solutely conclusive evidence of the guilt guiltof guiltor guiltof
of the accused man there are lots of good goodfolks goudfolks goodfolks
folks in Omaha taday who laugh a good goodnatured goodnatured goodnatured
natured but very skeptical laugh when whenthe wbenthe ahenthe
the kidnapping case is mentioned in their theirpresence theirpre theirpresence
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Huge American Lion at Large I nrge in the theSivnrapi tIleSwampl theSwamps
Swamps of GeortinSvivania GeorlnSYlvania Georgia GeorgiaSylvania
SYlvania Ga Nov 22 ttJ J O Mathews Mathewsa
a hunter in the swamp of Brier Creek Creekand Creckuw Creekand
and Savannah River found the fresh freshfootprints freshfootprl freshfootprints
footprints footprl ts of a puma Judging from the theImpression thlImpron i iimpressIon
Impression it weighed 511 pounds poundsNegroes poundsNegroes poundsNegroes
Negroes ave in frenzy frenz of fear A big bighunting biglIuntJMg bighunting
hunting party Is stalking the beast A Apuma ApuRNl Apuma
puma was killed in an adjoining county countyin count countIn countyin
in August AugustFears AugustFears t tJenr
Fears War with Morocco MoroccoGibraltar JloroceoGibraltar MoroccoGibraltar
Gibraltar Nov No 21 ttSpanish Spanish garrisons in inthe InthE inthe
the vicinity of Gibraltar have been or ordered ordered ortiered ¬
dered to hold themselves in readiness re dlnesa for forservice Corservice forservice
service in Morocco The constant internal internaltroubles intern1troubles Internaltroubles
troubles In the Sultans realm and the thestrained thestrained thestrained
strained relations between the foreign foreignpowers foreignpowers foreignpowers
powers there has alarmed the Spanish Spanishgovernment Spanishgovernment I Igovernment
government of which high officials ex express expreBS cxpress ¬
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