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NO 48 4 WASHINGTON W ASHINGTOIf D Cf c SATURDAY Y NOVEMBER 24 1906 ONE CENT
HUGHES SERVES SERVESNOTICE SERVESO
NOTICE ON O BOSSES BOSSESOffice BOSSESffice
Office ffice Seekers Also Get Shock Shockiii Sioekin Shockill
iii flisSpeech flisSpeechs His Speech SIJCccllBIG
s BIG 1C CROWD AT DINER DES3SERTestimonial DTh DINERr R RTestinloninl
r Testimonial at WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriato Ynllorf storin storinto
r to Governorelect GoveriiorelectAbsence Gon rllolelect rllolelectAbHeJice j jAbsence
AbHeJice Absence of Many Jlnn Widely hlet Known Re Rcpubllcana Republlcnnll Republlean8
publlcana publlcnnll Among Them Plat 11IriJt and niitlDepevr nlulDelleW
s sDepew
Depevr nn IntereatluK luterctUu Itatcres Ling Feature FeatureSeveral I1 VentureSeveral nture ntureScernl
Several Stnte tote Lender So Aot Present 1renentBlacks PreMentBlncklI PresentBlacks
Blacks Speech Also Creates Crcnt t Surprisewoodruff Sur Surprise SurlrIHeVoOtlruff ¬
lrIHeVoOtlruff prise Woodruff ns Tonstmajter TonstmajterNew TonstJl1t1tcrNe Toast iiinitcr iiinitcrNew
New Ne York Nov 3Govelect 3Gov elect Charles CharlesEvans CI1arlesQS atarlesEvans
Evans QS Hughe to whom the Republican RepublicanClub RepubUcanClub n nCtubpye
Club Ctubpye gave a testimonial dinner tonight at atthe atthe atthe
the WaldorfAstoria made it perfectly perfectlyplain perfectlyplain perfectlyplain
plain to his h hosts and to Republicans R b1JcaR8 from fromall fromaU fromall
all parts of the State that he wa was 88 gOIngto going goingto omc omcto
to be his own boss when hen he goes to Al Albany Albany Albany ¬
bany banyIn banyIn banyIn
In hi his speech Mr Hughes used several severalphrases Meralhrues severalphrases
phrases hrues which wblc while hUe delicately wonted wontedleft wonJellJeft wonledleft
left no doubt in the minds of his hearersthat hearers hearersthat Itearetathat
that he would not relish interference par particularly particularty partlci ¬
ticularly tlci lariy attempts to foist unworthy unwwtb ef efflceaeekers Dlfic officerakers
flceaeekers fic e on him himThe bImThe heatThe
The speech of the lhe governorelect overaorelect overaorelectEJtrai was wasStraightforward wasetraightforward
Straightforward EJtrai JatfonlnI cleancut and character characteristic cbnracterlaic ¬
laic 1 tie it wes received by the Republican RepUMkaanClub RepublicanClub JltepulllkaaClub
Club and the guests with applause that thathad tbathad thathad
had a ring of sincerity hi it itThe It Itrhe itThe
The speech of exGov exG Frank S Black BlackMr BIReklr BlackMr I
Mr lr Hughes neighbor nei hbor at the table tablearoused table4lrOU8etl tableirouaed
aroused hardly banJI less interest than Mr MrHughes MrHu MrHughes
Hughes Hu and was heard in certain rtaJn quar quarters quartelt quarters ¬
ters of the room with uplifted eyebrows eyebrowsBlack eyMr eyMrIuk eyebrowsB1agk
Black Iuk Also bo Talk Plainly PlainlyMr Ilninl IlninlMr PlainlyMr
Mr Black wasted few words in cenpH cenpHment e eempHmeat IBpIt IBpItmeat
meat to the tbepvemorelect governorelect but dealt dealtplainly dealtplainly dealtplainly
plainly with tfda the evils as he put ft which whichhave wlMcbba whichhave
have ba ve come upon the Republican party partyOthers part partoUae partyOthers
Others oUae who spoke were Lleut Gov GovJnn MLinn M MLinn
Linn Bruce > Bruce Jo Joe BL Hedges H and Herbert Herbertt HerbertParaonr
P Paraonr t president of the county coaa com committee COMmitee eotmmitke ¬
mittee mitkeTt miteeTbe mitteeThe
The Tt a dIa dinner to Mr Hughes H was one of ofth ofthelallMt ofthe
th thelallMt the largest that has been given na at the theWaldorf theCovenI theWahlorf
Waldorf Covers were fte laid for M but butmore butmore butmore
more than fit appeared The result caused eateedsome causedsome ell ellsome
some confusion cote oe and much kicking Jde from fromworthy fromworthY fromworthy
worthy upState Republican who had to tobe tobe tobe
be satisfied ded to dine in an adjoining room roomaway 19ORIay roomaway
away ay from from the fun and the big snow snowWhea allow allowthe showWhen
When the speech making began there therewere therewere therewere
were a ahundred hundred or more that had to listen listenstanding Iteasta listenstand
stand sta standing g up sl shifting ttba uncomfortably u fortahly from fromone fromone fromone
one foot f to another anotherSome aaotherS91JJe anotherSpine
Some Leader Arc Absent AbsentAn AbsentAn t tAn
An Interesting laiauti feature of the dinnerwas dinner dinnerwas tliuerwas
was the absence of certain tain weMknown weMknownRepublican wellk11RepubUeaD wellknownPepubilean
Republican leaders who were 1ft 1ftctally net es especially especially ¬
pecially ctally active during the campaign campaignBenjaqphi ca can cartgmigsBenjaipis
Benjaqphi n B c Qdeil mil Jr r wtenet WI not on oii oiidtb baattheogit ha haalthough
although dtb ft ft was seas explained titrtjs titrtjspetted that hs r rpected g gCtetl
petted to be Neither was Lemuel LemuelQuigg LMlUffmy LMlUffmyQuigg y yCiuigg
Quigg nor Abe Gruber GruberCoi GruberCoi GruberCOL
Coi Michael j Dady of Brooklyn was wasamong wuarnon wasamong
among arnon the absentees and a number um of otthe ofthe ofthe
the upState leaders did not appear appearNeither appearettberof appearNeitherof
Neither Neitherof ettberof of the United StatesSeaatorsWilS StatesSeiatorswaepresent States StatesSeaatorsWilSpretent Sena tors was waspresent
present and no reference was made n to tothem tothem tothem
them Other wellknown witnesses at the thedinner thedinner thedinner
dinner were looked for in vain a With tb the theguest theguest theguest
guest of honor on the date eta sat Gen H HTremain HTremain HTremain
Tremain president of the Republican Republicanclub Repuhlleaadub Repubricanclub
club who introduced introdu State Chairman ChairmanWoodruff Chall1llanoodrvtf ChairmanWoodruff
Woodruff oodrvtf as toastmaster toastmasterHEAD toastmasterHEAD toastmasterHEAD
HEAD OF CHURCH FINEDJresident FINED FINEDPresident FINEDprcJlJlelcnt
President Joseph V Smith of Mor Mormon Mornrons tor tornl0ltlll ¬
nl0ltlll mon H Admit Plural hivesSalt Wives WivesSalt hcH hcHSalt
Salt Lake City Cll Utah Nov No aPresi aPresident 3President Presl Presldent
dent Joseph J F Smith of the Mormon MormonChurch MormonChurch hiornanChurch
Church this afternoon appeared before beforeJudge beforeJ beforeJtdge
Judge J adge Ritchie in the theDrtet District Court Cou mid midpleaded xndpleaded andpleaded
pleaded guilty to a charge of unlawful co cohabitation cohabitation cohabitation ¬
habitation growing roin out of the ace acetlons aceu accusations atlons
tlons recently filed by b Charles Mostyn MostynOwen 1GStynOwen MostynOwen
Owen and was 1 fineti aae aaeThe ilOSThe 3W 3WThe
The original charge cha e preferred preferr d againstPresident against againstPresident a fMt fMtPrufdent
President Smith was polygamy based on onthe 6ftth onthe
the th birth of a child last May to one of B his hisplural bIBplural hisplural
plural wives County Attorney Christen Chrtsteasn Cbrtt CbrtttWn Christenson
sn however refused to issue a warrant warranton rrant rrantI
I on the polygamy poI JnY charge cha e but instead had hada
a new complaint drawn drawl up alleging aJle ng un unlawful un1awful unawful ¬
lawful cohabitation President Smith paid paidthe paidtht paidthe
the 53CO 310 line and was as discharged dischargedLEARNS cU dischargedI
1 d LEARNS HE HAS GROWN SON SONFather SONI SON1nthcr
I Father Divorced in ISTJ Gets Get In Information InformntIon information ¬
formation and a Hone lhoneCorydon HoneCorydon 1I0ncColJtlo
Corydon Ind NovJohn Nov 2SJohn P Foote Footeof Footeof Footeof
of this city has gone to Louisville Ky Kyto Kyto Kyto
to live with his son air r Foote never neverknew hover Mverknew hoverknew
knew he had a son until a few fe days ago agoHe oHe agoHe
He obtained a divorce from his wife wifewhile wifewhile 1fe 1fewhile
while living UvI to the South in MBS shortly shortlybefore 1Ibort17before shortlybefore
before his son was born after which M Mcame hocame h hcame
came North NorthHe XorthHe NorthHe
He had no tidings of his family after afterleaving afterlea1 afterleaving
leaving lea1 the South until a few days ago agowhen a1Owhen agowhen
when the son cam came here searching Rarebt for forhfaj forbiti forhis
his father fat r The son insisted In8l ted that the thefather theiather therather
father should make his home with him himfor himfor himfor
for the remainder of his days and the thefather theathr thefather
father athr consented consentedJUDGE CODHOtedJUDGE connectedJUDGE
JUDGE GRAY APPOINTED APPOINTEDWill
Will VHI Help lieu Arbitrate Southern Rail Unilrond Rnllronel Railroad
road 3ncliliilst i Strike StrikeP
P J Conlon first vice president president of the theInternational theIntematJoAaI theIutersatloual
International Association AJ of Machinists IaehmlstBw Machinistsnpo Machinistswho
who w o with Mechanical Superintendent SuperintendentStuart SuperintendentStuart SuperlntetndeniStuart
Stuart of 9 the Southern Railway WHB wi ap appointed ap apptlnted spy
pointed arbitrator in the matter of the demands de demands de demands ¬
y mands of the machinists employed fIIIJpIoY hi th thrailway tbrailway the thet
t railway companys shops for an increase increaseof
c of f 2 12 l cents ents an hour returned last night nightfrom n nightfrom ht htirem
from Wilmington DeL and reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that the third member of the board has hasbeen haabeen hasbeen
been chosen by himself bl and Mr Stuart StuartThis StulUtTbJI StuartThis
This third member who will act as um umpire umpire urnpine ¬
pire is Judge Gray former chairman of ofthe oftoe oftine
the anthracite coal commission appointed appointedby appointedby appointedby
by President dfllt Roosevelt three years ago agoRUSSIAN acoRUSSIAN agoRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN CAVALRY DESERTS DESERTS3Icn DESERTSIen DESERTSlien
lien Ien Sell Horse and Kqnlpment lJ1elul ment to toCome toConIc toConic
ConIc to America AmericaBucharest AmerlenBucUIt8t AiiiericnBucharest
Bucharest Roumania Nov No a nAn An en entire entire entire ¬
tire squadron of Russian Rua n cavalry soldiers soldiersstationed 8OkIiersstaUoDed soldiersr soldiersstationed
r
stationed at Warsaw have deserted IUd and andthe aDdthe andb
b the the men are on their way to the United LnltedStnttes UnitedStates UmteclStates
States This report is brought 1 t by a few fewcavalrymen feVca fewcavalryman
cavalrymen ca rymen who have arrived here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The men Iff I In number took their theirhorses theirhol1MS theirhorses
horses and equipment with them when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they deserted d ert and these they said whit whiloen whitcn whiten
en route rOute to raise the money to pay their theirpasses theirJR5 theirI
JR5 I passes > oG oGOfte
JR5Olte
Ofte HotWater RadiatorUfMfcMum RncUntorlJtab Radiator RadiatorshJhab
hJhab UfMfcMum tab iuR expense exK maximum amount of ofheat orheat ofheat
heat Demonstration Ml 9th st stWide stMe st stWide
Wide Me Hoards onreb r 2 Per 100 ft ftLumber ftLumber
Lumber Trn Trust t Broken BrokenLibbey Drol BrokenLibbey en enLlbbe I
Libbey Llbbe S Co 6th st and N Y aye
KILLS WOLF WITH FIST HSTCffro FISTScgro FISTSegro
Scgro Cffro Rescue Boy Do from Clntche of ofFerocious ofFerocloUli ofFeroclons
Ferocious Beast BcnntGreenville BeastGreenville cnHt cnHtOrMnllie
Greenville N Cf C Nov No 21 IA A prairie pratltiswolf prairiewolf JJI1IInwolf
wolf attacked twelveyearold Luther LutherRogers LatherRosers LutherRogers
Rogers today and gnawed his right t leg legnearly Iearly legnearly
nearly off Abe be Nelson a giant negro negroblacksmith Derntlalaebmtth n7bblacksmith
blacksmith rushed to the rescue ad ader andcrushed u6 u6crushed
crushed er d the skull of the beast with wttIIitow a ablow ablow
blow of his fist fistThe fistThe t tThe
j
The animal had broken Its chafe awl taddashed awldashed addashed
dashed through the streets > easing euIIcpanic ft ftpanic apanic
panic among u oog pedestrians When Theft It at attacked attacked t ttacked ¬
tacked the boy many people stood back backhi 1tekIn back1n
hi horror afraid to try tr to save the ehOd chidThe ehOdThe cMNTho
The screams of the lad were beard for foraqua torare feesquares
aqua squares are ret away and the blacksmith rush trashtng rushbier raaItI
bier I S from his forge f dispatched dpat hed tae wolf wolfThe wolfThe wroltThe
The lad is In a critical condition conditionLABOR conditionLABOR conditionLABOR
LABOR SESSIONS PROLONGED PROLONGEDFi PROLQNGED PROLQNGEDFI PROLONGEDFight
Fight Fi rht ht Among moug Brewery Urtner Workers orkerl Will WillDelay tIlIDelay Ill IllDeln
Delay Deln Adjournment Atljournnient1jinneapels AdjournmentISIlnneapolis Adjournment1UnMapolls
ISIlnneapolis Minn lInn Nor 10 23 3A A longer longerdteusskm 1o 1od longerd
dteusskm d n than was anticipated over the thebfer tIaeIlter thebi
bi bfer Ilter r light between bet ween brewery workers workersengineers wer1tenengineers workersengineers
engineers ftremen and teamsters may mayresult JIIa7tlSU1t mayresult
result in delaying the final adjournment adjournmentof adjoant m nt ntof
of o the American Federation of o Labor lA lAseveral and andseveral sadseveral
several resolutions resol tlons are yet y t to be acted actedupon ael aelupon actedupon
upon and new officers named namedThe namedThe namedThe
The tangle tan le of the brewery workers was wasstill wasstili wasstill
still under > r discussion dl8 < U81ion when the theadjourned session sessionadjourned sessionadjourned
adjourned today todayFINMILLETTES tolit tolitIFIND todayP1110
IFIND FINMILLETTES GILLETTES HAT HATPiece HATPiece HATPiece
Piece Picked Up l Near NearVhare NearVharetrace 1 1ca d r Where WhereGrace War WhereGrace
Grace Browns Body Lay LayREUCS LaJRELICS LayOF
RELICS OF TRAGEDY SHOWN SHOWNJury SHOWNJur SHOWNJury
Jury Jur Inspect In JectK Boat with ith Strands of ofDead ofI ofDead
Dead Girls Hair AttnchcdCnder AttnchedLndertaker Attached AttnchcdCndertnler Under Undertaker ¬
taker and Other Witnesses JtneK8cIC De Describe DeNcrihe Dcscribe ¬
scribe Bruised Ilody lIocJStrule StrtiffSTle Oc Occurred Occurrcd Oeeurred ¬
curred in Shallow Water WaterHerkinter waterHerkimer VnterHI1dJ
Herkinter r N Y Nov O 3Wken Grace GraceBrowns GraceBrow GraceBrowns
Browns Brow body was pulled pu out of DIg Moose ltcseLake Mooseeye itOORlAke
lAke there was a braise under the left leften lefteye
eye the rips II were ere swollen and cut cut and andthere andthere andthere
there was a coagulation Ia Oft of Mood around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the nostril nostrilWhen nostrlkthe nostrilsWhen
When the body was brought t into the thebeat thetKat thebeat
beat according a to two t of the witnesses witnesseswhom V1tnetllle8holM witnesseswhom
whom holM the prosecution called this coagulatbu coagula coagulation CGagWaUOn ¬
tion broke and blood flowed wed from thegirls the thegirls thence
girls nose Caught hi two screws on one oneof ODeof oneof
of the traces of the upturned litH beat which whichnoated wtdehIoatecl whichhosted
hosted IS feet from the place where the thebody thebod thebody
body bod was found won several locks of ofdark ofdark ofdark
dark hair apparently that of a w wSome woman WOMallSome womanSome
Some of it was so well caught ca ht that itstili it itstili itatili
stili remains naam ht the boat The boat was wasfound wufound wasfound
found in three and a half feet of water waterand watftaad waterand
and the body In seven and a half feet feetThese feetTbeae feetThese
These are the facts which hleh the prosecu prosecution proeecuUon prosecution ¬
tion tat the case of Chester Gillette sue succeeded BUCcftdecl suecetded ¬
ceeded hi bringing out today previous to tothe tot tothe
the csJHng of medical testimony whldtwill which whichwill whlcllwtll
will come tomorrow and end the theFJtelb States StatesTrills attkteaeas
eas
Trills E Hs olj Fiiidijiisr Findi ig Boat BoatRobert DORt1Ie floatAbee
Robert 1Ie erl t Morrison orrteon who owns th the theIIHI bent bentlivery betelivery
livery at Big Moose Laic LahIe toM toNt ef O Oftnftbig ht
ftnftbig 1 t of the upturned boat on seat fte 4afi aolrn aolrnmg Arnlag en enIng
mg of July J 12 1 near a dota eI clumpyt el My padsOn pads padsOn pad padOn
On the other ot er side of f Itaeri wer wert found floating float floating ftoatm ¬
ing the oars oa and near fttlar them the thester loose loosestern loosestern
stern ster seat seatNearer ealN seatNearer
Nearer N rer the shore than the boat boated noateda tal tala
a dilapidated straw hat It was Identified IdeIIUIedaJMI ldestMedand Identifiedand
and put hi evidence ht spite of the strean sirmuous 0 0OWl
ous objections of the defenses fleCeewbo counsel counselwho umsseIwho
who all through t the day took exception exceptionto
to every exhibit which the prosecutor prosecutortried proeeeatortried prosecutortried
tried to put in evidence The ttning Hein te the thehat thebal thehat
hat had been torn out outDid out outHDIcl outDid
HDIcl Did you And an anything ythbr6 < else te the theboatr theboat theboat
boatr boat asked the presenter presenterYes preRtllOrYea prescutorYes
Yes Yea some hair hairwu was stuck to tothe one ot ofthe otthe
the cleats cleatsWas eleatsWa cleatsWas
Was Wa there any 1 more hah than that thatwhich daatlHch thatwhich
which lHch te there nowT lOw asked the prose prosecutor ecator pnaecuter ¬
cuter catorY cuterYes cutorYes
Yes Y n there were several ft1a1 other tIIerwhich strands strandswhich strandswhich
which I gave plV > to my dstghtdrh 4aughterte4aw 4aughterte4awMrs tftw tftwI law lawMrs
Mrs I Andrew Harrison Harn and some on this thiscleat tIIIIIcleat thiscleat
cleat on the port side sideGirls std stdGirl sideGirls
Girls Girl fair Shown to Jury JuryThe Jur JurTbe JuryThe
The boat was put in evidence and the thejury thejury thejury
jury was asked to examine it It One by one onethey onethey onethey
they lumbered down from the jury box boxstepped 1toxst boxstepped
stepped st ppd over ov the oars which lay beside besideit Ideit
it grasping the sides of the l craft so that thatit UutIt thatit
it wouldnt tip and C t ti = them out out and andstooped dstoepfld andstooped
stooped to examine mlne what waa yea caught ca under un under UD UDder ¬
der the cleat at the he side Gillette GiUet watched watchedthem watcbedthem watchedthem
them closely cJoseI but the only express u n ap apparent appr apparent
parent pr t on his face was one of amusefxent amusefxentwhen am nmuaet ent entwhen entwhen
when one of the jurors appeared more moreawkward moea moreawkward
awkward a than the rest restMrs rNtn restMrs
Mrs n Andrew Morrison told of having havingtaken ha hataken baringtaken
taken the Hair which she said was waatwlst waatwlstell twisted twist twisted ¬
ed around the screws which held taeJd the thebrace tilt1K thebrace
brace and matted ma tted to them them and having havinglater bavlDltlater havinglater
later turned them over to the coroner coronerCoroner coronerCoroner coronerCoronet
Coroner Isaac Coffin then told of the thereceipt thereceipt thereceipt
receipt of the hairs from Mrs Morrison Morrisonand Mom Momand Morrisonand
and produced them from an envelope in inbis inhia inhis
his pocket They were put in evidence evidencein erlden erldenIn
in spita 31ft of objections from the defense defenseTo defeueTo defenseTo
To complete the chain baln Francis Brown Brownthe Brownt Browntie
the t tie sister of the tb dead girl was called calledand cal caland calledand
and produced some locks lock of hair which whichshe whichha4 whichshe
she had cut from rom Grace Gra f Browns head headafter beadalter headafter
after her body was brought to South Otseiic Ot OtseHc Otselle
seHc These with the other exhibits were weregiven wereciven weregiven
given to the jury for comparison comparisonFrank comparisonFnuak comparisonFrank
Frank Crabb the engineer of the Big BigMoose me1loo BigMoose
Moose Lake hunch told of the finding findingof
of the girls body He said that when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the body was pulled up and put on the thesteamboat the3teamboal thesteamboat
steamboat coagulated blood began n to tonow toftow toflow
now from the nostrils no trl There was a abruise IIbrultle abruise
bruise under the eye and the lip was wasswollen wasollen wasswollen
swollen ollen and cut Her hah was WI partly
down and her ter right stocking atockl hung umE over overher oyerbel overbier
her shoe Her eyes yes were partly open openami openand opensal
and were bloodshot Her arms were weredrawn weredrawa weredrawn
drawn up to her chest chestBody chestDoel chestBody
Body Doel Shown Situuc Brntac BrntacCharles BrnhesCharles rnllleH rnllleHCbartes
Charles Kerwin K r11n clerk and bartender bartenderat
at the Glenmore Hotel corroborated COIT OIated the thestory thetory thestory
story told by Crabb as to the finding Andhagof findingof findingof
of the body bod and its condition conditionHoratio conclltloaHoratio conditionHoratio
Horatio Seymour Se7 11OW Qetmaa an under undertaker undertaker undertaker ¬
taker of Frankfort corroborated the thetestimony tbetestInIoRy thetestimony
testimony of the other witnesses regard regardIng regnrd1a regardbag
bag 1a the condition of the body bodyThe 1HMt 1HMtThe bodyThe
The last witness wllneSs Silas Fester F r the civil civilengineer cirllr civilengineer
engineer r who drew the maps exhibited in incourt Ineourt incourt
court eourt said that at the point where thej the thebody thebody
body was found among the lily pads he hefeuad hefound i ifound
found the water was U only onI 3 feet deep deepGmette deepGmette deepGillette
Gmette according to the testimony tft timony of ofSheriffelect ofSherIkelect
Sheriffelect Ktock bad explained e ftI thej thejsceMent the thet theaccident
accident t by y saying that he was picking pickingwater plett plettater pickingwater
water ater lines H1i If the boat had tipped e over overbere overhere
left he and the girl found ound themselves in inwater inwater inwater I
water scarcely 17 to their waist waistat walBtA waistL
A L In Carte Iunch Served Dail Dailat Daily Dailyat
at Ecksteins 11 > oins from rem 12 to 2 H lUt N Y ave avel2 avel
l 1 l2 to Baltimore and Return KctarnVia UcturnYia ReturnVia
Via Pennsylvania Railroad every Satur ¬
day and Sunday All regular trains ex except to except ¬ I I
cept tpt the Congressional ftl Limited Tick Tickets Ticketa ¬
eta good t j return until Sundav S nday night TickI
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AUTO RACER KILLED KILLEDErnest KILLEDErn KILLEDErnest
Ernest Ern t Kcler Is Dead and andAnother andAllother andAilotller
Another Fatally Hurt HurtMACHINES HurtMACHINES
MACHINES 1 CRASH IN TRYOUT TRYOUTOver TRYOUTO TRYOUTOver
Over O er 1OO Philadelphia HuthnsInMs HuthnsInMsSee ButhtLilnJlltllSec BtithnsinstsSee
See the Accident ccfent Which hich Is I lle Believed llelicvcd lIcliced
licvcd to Have Been Unavoidable tituvoidahleand 1n Unavoidablemud oic1nhle oic1nhlenlnel
mud Xo One I 101 Blnmcd DlnmccilInrr Hnrry Int Intton Iutn Lutton
ton n Jr Jr Will ill Die of Hi lib Injuricn InjuricnPhiladelphia InJuraPbIJacletphia njurlcsPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa Nov 3JOne 3JOnewas 0De tear JIIDwa tearwas
was kill I M and another was seriously seriouslybred tn tnlured III IIIed
lured ed at the u Point Pointtats Pobattills esa rarspiN tract tractthb
tats afternoon during a tryout p pIhnliislf pelf pelfM
M Ihnliislf I t ft ti the Trees to 1 h e held JIIMrow tooor tooorrow tosearrow
row Two ors ooMded at a turn t ta tae taetrack Uaetlllck thetIaack
track tlllck throwing t the drivers of each eaehIt7 heav heavily hen henhi ¬
ily to the theEmat ground groundErnest To ed edErnest
Ernest Keter of New Ne York y who wbevlnc was wasdriving wasdriving
driving vlnc an Oldsmobile wtblie sustained a com compound 08IItpotmd oempound ¬
pound fracture of the skull II IIIIour and died an annttmL ashour
hour alter be he bad been taken to toetaL hos hosL hosJames
nttmL nttmLJames L
etaLHamlltOD
James Hamilton driver of the other otherear etherear otherear
ear a Flat aIt although thrown IYo out of the theear theear theear
ear escaped injury but the mechanic mechanicHarry medIankHarry mechanicHarry
Harry Luttoo Jr received injuries which whichmay whichmay h hma
may ma result to his death He te in a criti critical crttlca1 critical ¬
cal condition at a hospital hospitalTrack bO pitalTrack hospitalTrack
Track Wagon Also Hit HitA nittdrk JiltA
A track wagon which was struck by bythe bythe bythe
the Oldsmobile had one of its horses so sobadly abadly sobadJylajured
badly badJylajured injured that the animal was shot shotThe abotThe shotThe
The accident t was wa wit witthan wttJle8ed by more moretbaa moretime
than a hundred aut automobile enthusiasts enthusiastsGreat entJawIaatLGreat esth Blasts BlastsGraft
Great excitement prevailed Pffl ed when the ac accident acddeltt acddept ¬
cident occwrred 0CCtIITed and a rush was made to tothe tothe tothe
the scene sceneThe KeDeThe sceneThe
The two injured jured men were lifted into an anautomobile uutOMOblIe anautomobile
automobile and driven at full speed to St StAcnes St StHospkaI StAgnes
Agnes Hospital Hamilton soon recovered recoveredconsciousness recetdcoueIoa8Dea recoveredconsciousness
consciousness and and finding himself bbaeeltJured uninjured unin uninjured ¬
jured went home unattended unattendedVersion UDattende4Venions unattendedVeraions
Version cf c how the accident happened happeneddiffer happeneddiffer i idiffer
differ but all who witnessed It believe believethat beU believethat ft ftthal
that no one was culpable cutaabteTrie caIlableTrh4 culpableTrlcs
Trie to Pas JlUHH Pint PintKeler INntKeJer PintKeler
Keler had been driven driving his machine for fortwo fortwo or ortWO
two hours when Hamilton with Luttonby Luttony Lutton Luttonby
by y his h side appeared on the track tra In Inpower a JB > b bhorsepower j jhorsepower
horsepower power Flat After making two fast fastcircuits fastclnuhs fastdreuits
circuits of the track with 1th the Oldsmobile Oktemobtteon
on the railing nlnia the two cars car passed the theJudges theJee theJudges
Judges stand ad with the Flat tea yards In hithe Inthe Inthe
the lead The Oldsmobile gained and at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to t tIn pass passIn passIn
In an instant the big car cat into the theFiat thelitat theFiat
Fiat chopping off the front wheel of the thelatter theJatter thelatter
latter Just rounding the curve rve and com coming COMIn corntag ¬
tag In an opposite oppo direction was the track trackwagon trackwqon trackwagon
wagon with its two horses Jogging Jo along alongleisurely alongletnriy alongleisurely
leisurely The clogging ckai of the wheels wboelschanged wb wbcha wheelschanged
changed cha ed the course of the Fiat and it It8hot itshot j jshot
shot toward t wanf the wagon hitting htttl it with withsuch withsuch withsuch
such terrific force fo that the t driver horses horsesand horsesand I Iand
and wagon were w > re pitched into the ditch ditchA ditchA ditchA
A pathetic lheUc feature of the accident was wasthe wasthe a athe
the rambling rambltn plea of Keler who in an in interval fnterval interval ¬
terval of lucidness said If the car te teall Isall
all right let it be in the race tomorrow tomorrowMSS tomorrowrrmS tomorrowMRS
MSS SAGE PERFORMS DUTY DUTYHas DUTYHatf4 DUTYHas
Has Bodies of Her Grentprrmidpar Grentprrmidpareittu
cu eittu ts Rclmricd at t Troy TroyTroy Tro TroTroy TroyTroy
Troy Nov 10 23 ZThe The greatgrandparents greatgrandparentsof
of Mrs Russell Sage Sa e named Slocumwhose Slocum Siocumwhose Slocumdose
whose dose bodies have ha ebeeft been resting peacefully peacefullyfor
for years in the little village cemetery cemeteryat
at Cooksboro were today disinterred and andbrought aJHlbrourbt andbrought
brought to this city for interment ht htOakwood InoakWOOd hiOakwood
Oakwood Cemetery The reinterment was waswitnessed was11tne waswitnessed
witnessed ed by Mrs Sage SageAfter Sa SageAfter e eAfter
After a simple ceremony at the new newgraves newves newgraves
graves ves Mrs Sage returned directly to toNew tcNew toNew
New York City it The new graves are at atthe atthe atthe
the right of that of Russell Sage Sa c whoserequest whose whoserequest whostrequeet
request it was WR a short time before his htedeath hladeath hisdeath
death that Mrs Sage Sa personally pe lIy se to it itthat itthat Itthat
that this transfer of bodies be made madeLIKE madeLIKE madeLIKE
LIKE THE SIAMESE TWINS TWINSStrnnBTcly TWINSStrnnJeb TWINSStrangely
Strangely Joined Children at St Stlo StloulN StLoins
Loins lo uls Live but a Short Time TimeSt TinieSt
St Louis Nov 21 IExact Exact counterparts counteriiartsof
of the Siamese e twins were born to Mrs MrsSamuel MrsSamuel Irs IrsSRmuel
Samuel Jacobson Jacob on 3125 12 Washington streetshortly street streetshortly streetshortly
shortly before midnight The children childrenlived ehndreuUved childrenlived
lived only a short time Although AIU10U h therewere there thereM therere
M were re two heads four arms arms and an two twochests twocht twochests
chests cht > IS there
was but one nbdomlnal cav cavity cavin cavtty ¬
tty at which point the twins were Joined
together togetherBaltimore WgfthelUnlUmorc togetherBaltimore
Baltimore jnd l1el Return ReturnBaltlmore l 1naIthl1ore o oBaltimore
Baltimore C Ohio R R REvery nEnry REvery
Every Saturday Satrdayand and Sunday Sunda All trains
ited both ways both th days except Royal Lim LJm1 ¬
t
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For th tbt District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and IarylandFair Maryland Fair today and amitomorrow andtomorrow andtomorrow
tomorrow light west to north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYTBUUftRAPHIC SUMMARYlUlUqRPHIC SUMMARYIIlilUttPH
TBUUftRAPHIC TBUUftRAPHICPaces lUlUqRPHICPqee IIlilUttPH IC ICPages
Paces Paces1Steel Pqee18tee Pages1Stec
18tee 1Steel Trust Raises Wanes WanesIxCaruso W Wlca wagss1Caruso
IxCaruso lca Guilty Gutlt Gutltu Fined 1Miduties Us UsI
I iduties Hughes u Serves Notice on oalPear7 Boosts
1 lPear7 Peary Tells His Own 0 Story Storyl
1 A Auto te Racer < Killed hi Ia1IiIOft i Oeipsiss Oeipsissiblare
1 1IiIOft store Testimony TeatImoD Agateot A alest Gfflett Gtllatte GtllatteIHeM GIistUe1head
1 IHeM Head of Mormon Church CIa Fined FinedSXUBonatres JI1neLa Finedt
SXUBonatres a t LIIlIoaairos IIIAaaJft Wife WIt Kflhr X IIr Iissbttnd Iissbttndfhayor H Ha Huobai Huobaii
i ft a fhayor Mayor Sennits Sclaa ts Defies DeaeLOCLu AccuserLOCAL Accuser brciaenIOCAI
IOCAI91ad LOCAL LOCAL3Is4uatrtes
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3Is4uatrtes 91ad rla Frtjlrteoed Fr eMl W WrChaneeiler Waohhts WaohhtsLatest
2ChoncefIor Goes GoesQ
5 ffiayhiMi Q Question QuestionMove QA > fP fPehlioa Latest Latest2ChoncefIor IAteete IAteetsid
Move Move2Shiloh e
sid 2Shiloh ehlioa Church Fails to Elect EIeetz OMeers Oaers2Potomac
2 2Potomac Potomac River Not a Laundry Say SayYhatJ Slays SoyPodee
JUULV JUULVSylvester Podee Podeei9 YhatJ
i9 Sylvester s rIveater Would Banish na BBthoard BBthoardPicture BRDean1Pkt BmbeardPicture
Picture Picture7dtteens Pkt Pkt1OtIIIemI Picture7Qttmas
7dtteens Deny Den Vanity Raise Prices7Caftan Prices Prices7CoKon PrtoeL7CGlton
7CoKon Will Case Ca Renewed Here HereMBS HereI HereMRs
I MRS HARTJE ASKS ALIMONY ALIMONYDeclare ALllfONYi ALIMONYDeclares
i Declare She Spent OOOO in De Defending DefeneJlnJ Defending ¬
fending Her CaKc Recently RecentlyPittsburg UecenthPitt RecentlyPittahurg
Pittsburg Pitt Pa Nov 21Mrs Mary MaryScott 1117Scott MaryScott
Scott Hartje flied a petition In court to today to toeIay today ¬
day asking HId for alimony counsel el fee and andof dexpeaee andexpenses
expenses of a general elMll nature from her herAugustus herbuMlalld herhusband
husband Augustus A Hartje the million mftiioaaire mftlloaIre millionaire
aire paper r manufacturer whose suit for fordivorce ferdivorce fordivorce
divorce s against nst her was re replete fete with sen senUooal 1IeJIaUoaal sensational
aUoaal Uooal features during c1vrl g Ha trial last lastaimer Jut1IUIft Itstsummer
summer 1IUIft aimer ae Mrs Hartje claims that t her herhusband herb herhusband
husband b in addition to being 1 a miltton milttonfttre mllllonIItIre millionsire
sire IItIre has an Income of Z906 f5 h a year and andbus aDchas andhas
has contributed nothing noth to the support supportof
of her or the children n By her husbands husbandsalleged hndsI husbandsalleged
alleged I acts aet she states stat and in proving provingfalse prolngfit provingfalse
false fit the deposition ton of Clifford Hone Hooe the thenegro tbeRfgFO thenegro
negro coachman who swore he had been beenintimate beenintimate beenintimate
intimate with her she was putto put to over overtt06
11 31008 tt06 expenses in employing witnesses witnessesla itn itnI
la I defending the case The court te asked askedto ukooto askedto
to make an order o er fixing the amount amountHartje amountHartje amountHartje
Hartje shall pay A decision is still stillpending atUlJe stillpending
pending Je in the divorce case caseSHIP ca caSHIP caseSHIP
SHIP SUBSIDY IS IGNORED IGNOREDTrnn IGNOREDTrnnll3UpCiltolllpl IGNOREDTransM
Trnn Trnnll3UpCiltolllpl TransM 3Iixf HssisrlppI issii pi Coiiprrc CourcIIII Co igress EndsLabors Ends Endslaliors Eneb1thorM
Labors at Kansas City CityKansas Cft CftKIU18aIJ CityKanms
Kansas City Mo 00 Nov a The TraM TraaeMtesissippi TraMMt TraneMisdssippi
Mtesissippi Mt Commercial Congress ended endedits endedIUS endedit
its it labors this afternoon afternoonA
A brisk skirmish skirJ leh characterised the themorning tbetze8Sloa themeriting
morning session over the question of ofwhat u uwhat ofwhat
what city should entertain the next congress con congress con81PS8 ¬
gress Maskoaee the largest Jar eet city elt IK In Indian 111n Indian ¬
dian n Territory won the print As was waspredicted waspredicted waspredicted
predicted yesterday the resolutions were weresilent V VsiJtoot weresilent
silent on the question of ship subsidy subsidyH
H D Loveland of San Francisco was wasselected wasselected 35 35lected
selected lected as president of o the congress con re s for forthe fortbe forthe
the coming year A F Francis of Col Colorado Colorado ColGrade ¬
orado was reelected secretary secretaryThe secretaryThe secretaryThe
The Washington Herald HeraldHow HeraldHow HeraldHow
How It Is Growing GrowingThe
The Washington Herald yester yesterday yesterday eSler eSlerprinted ¬
day printed circulated clnulAt d and sold soldover soldt soldever
over 25061 3 papers More Iore people In InWashington InWgton inWashington
Washington are reading re dlnK this news newspaper ¬ I Irpef ipaper
paper every morning in the week weekmore Woekmore weekmore
more by several thousand thousandthan thousandthanever than thanever
ever before tore read a morning paper paperat paperat paperat
at the Capital Not yet et eight eightweeks eightweeka eightwoeksokd
weeks woeksokd old It is essentially e the peo peoples peopIeSP peophes ¬
ples pIeSP paper per It goes into every everyquarter evelJquarter everyquarter
quarter of the city Ity and into all the thesuburbs thoAHrba thesuburbs
suburbs Nearly twothirds of its itsdaily Itsdaatly itsdaily
daily editions go directly cilrectl to the thehomes thehom thehomer
homes hom to bona fide subscribers subscribersand subscribersAnd subscribersand
and this th s lArge list is Increasing Increasingsteadily Increasingateadlly increasingsteadily
steadily steadilyTo ateadllyTD steadilyTo
To meet the demands of Its grow growing growInS growIng ¬
ing business The Herald the first firstmonth firstmonth firstmonth
month of its existence ordered orderedft orderedftPeCOnc1 a anecond asecond
second giant nt quadruple press pressthe pressthemo pressthemost the themost
most mo t uptodate ever vtr brought to toWashington toWAShlnglonand toWashingtonand
Washington WAShlnglonand and this magnificent magnificentmachine magnIficent1M magnificentmachine
1M machine chine under contract is to be beinstalled beInstalled beInstalled
installed and in operation by De December December December ¬
cember 15 15On tiOn iiiOn
On Monday a comprehensive comprehensivestatement oomprobensiYostatement comprehensivestatement
statement setting forth in detail detailThe detaliThe detailThe
The Washington Heralds remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able circulation will be printed printedEvery printedEve printedEvery
Every Eve reader re der will be interested ted in inthis intJals inthis
this and it will be of especial e in interest Interest interest ¬
terest to the advertiser Advetlsef
CARUSO CAR USO US6FIRED IS FINED 10 10Tenor 10renoI 10Tenor
Tenor Found Guilty and al let Gets GetsMaximum GetsIaxillunn Getsllalillllllll
Maximum Sentence SentenceVOICE SentenceVOICE SentenceVOICE
VOICE STRAINED BY STRESS STRESSGo STRESSonirleel STRESSGonvled
Gonvled Go onirleel ii r led Denies Rumor However Howeverthat Jlowcertl11 howeverthat
that He Will 111 Pall to Appear in inOpera InOIernLn1cr InOperaLawyer
Opera OIernLn1cr Lawyer Denounces Maffln Mafflntratc Macdstratc Ja lM lMtrnte
tratc and Filen File Notice of Imme Immediate Immcdlate Immediate ¬
diate Appeal AplenlPnlnctl Pained Says Singer SingerStor SlngcrYork Singerw
Stor w York Nov SiEnrico Caruso the theMctMuoHtan theOpera theOpera
MctMuoHtan Opera house tenor rIa was wastOtnTgfli3 seasy
tOtnTgfli3 by Magnumte Ia te SaHer JJ l < aher te the thetorkvffle tileYtntUe theukvnk
torkvffle ukvnk 3i e Opw Oonrt t to to4y y on te techarge UIedaaqe e echarge
charge of tanoyfog li women in the Central CentralPark CeatraJ1artt CentralPark
Park Zoo and was fitted tM > t1e 6 He WIll wfHeither WIlltJaer wiqMuter
either tJaer refuse to hand the money over VI VIy orpay w wpay
pay > y under protest and appeal I from the thedecision theded thederision
decision to the Court of General Sessions SessionsThe SeatouTIae SessionsThe
The tee was the maximum xlmum provided for fora foecI fora
a disorderly cI conduct case the technical technicalcharge technicalde technicalcharge
charge made against Caruso o but it itwotdd Itwould Itwould
would have e been possible for Magistrate MagistrateBaker XaflstrateBaker MagistrateBaker
Baker to imposed potted a penalty of o six months monthshi I
hi the workhouse workhouseIn kllouselD
In finding the worldfamed tenor tenorguilty teaorIIIty tenorguilty
guilty of the offense 0 der charged rged by De Detective De Detectln Doteetive ¬
tective J J Gain CallI the magistrate Glatrate deliver delivered clelhera delivered ¬
ed a hard blew to Caruso Car and his Itk1er amaager man manager ¬
ager Director Hemrtch Conned Caruso Carusowas CaJ1llJOcolllpietly Carusowas
was completely unnerved and so unset unsetthat upIIettMt upsetthat
that be refused to see InterviewersFormer Interviewers InterviewersFormer bateTVtewenForma
Former Judge Dtttenhoefer the singers singerscounsel slngerscoUDlft singerscounsel
counsel was greatly surprised when the theJudgment tbeJudsmen thejudgment
Judgment t was telephoned tekpbon to him but an announced aDnouneed announced ¬
nounced forthwith that an appeal would wouldbe wouYbe wouldbe
be taken This means that the record of ofthe o otb ofthe
the tb hearing wilt be presented ted to the theCourt theCourt theCourt
Court of o Special S I Sessions This can be beaccomplished beaccomplished
accomplished a l1ed within a comparatively comparativelybrief COIDparatlVeJbrief comparativelybrief
brief time and ad owing owID to the notoriety DOtOrl4t of ofthe ofthe
the case may be disposed of within a aweek aweek
week or ten days daysOutrnse claysOutrnJc daysOutrage
Outrage Sny Says Singer Connael ConnaelMr ConnselMr
Mr Dittenhoefer said Of course we wewill wewill wewill
will appeal If the fine had been only onlycents I Icents tcents
cents it would have made no difference differenceThe differenceThe differenceThe
The magistrate should have dismissed dismissedthe dtam dismissedthe ecl eclthe
the case ca on the plain uneontrovertedevi uneontrovertedevidence uncontroverted evi evidence evlcIeoce ¬
dence If Caruso was 13 guilty of the con conduct eondud conduct ¬
duct imputed by Cain in his testimony testimonybut testimonybat testimonybut
but which was absolutely refuted he heshould hesboald heshould
should have been punished kecl severely seVffe If Ifhe Ifhe Ifhe
he te innocent he should not have been beenined beenI beenItned
ined I ned at all allThe alLThe a11The
The nonproductton of Hannah Graham Grahnmwho GralNamwho Grahamwho
who Cain charges was wa insulted by Ca Caruso CanuIO Caruso ¬
ruso and the won uonproducUon production of any of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the other women In the monkey house housestamps estem housestamps
stem stamps the case with so much suspicion suspicionthat suspicionthat suspicionthat
that he should have been discharged dischargedon di haqed haqedon
on that fact alone We e have never heard heardnf heardf heardof
nf f R case in which a committing committingtrate magis magistrate magietrate ¬
trate would deckle against the defendant defendantwhen deftoooantwhen defendantwhen
when the party who it Is alleged a11e ed was wasinjured WallInjured wasInjured
injured did not go on stand sandThe standThe 5UUMlThe
The notice of appeal will be given to tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow or on Monday Pending final de decision dedalon decWon ¬
cision Caruso will remain under the lids IfiMbonds Ibonds lidsbonds
bonds which were put up by y Herr Con Conried Conried Cocovied
ried after his arrest arrestCnrnfto arre8tCnruPlo arrestCaruso
Caruso Is Pained PainedNeither PainedXeitber PainedNeither
Neither Caruso nor any of his counsel counselwas OOUIUlplw counselwas
w was in the the courtroom when the magis magistrates magistrIltes magistrates ¬
trates finding was announced at 4 oclock oclockthis oclockthtliJ oclockthis
this afternoon fterno afternoon and none put in an appearasux appear appearaace Appearance
aace In disorderly conduct cases it is isnot isnet isnot
not net necessary for the prisoner to appear appearat Appearat appearat
at the Mr when the findings of the court courtare courtare courtare
are announced Caruso received the news newsin newsin newsIn
in his apartments MPArtm nls in the Savoy Hotel HotelHerr HOlelHerr HotelHerr
Herr Conrled and several of his closest closestfriend eloee8tfnends closestfriends
friend were with him He refused to see seethe seethe seethe
the newspaper newsp pet men but sent out this thisstatement thisstatement thisstatement
statement statementI
I am greatly eatJ7pained pained and surprised d by bythe b bthe bythe
the verdict After the evidence evld e was pro produced producecl produced ¬
duced in full I had taken it for granted grantedthat grantedthat grantedthat
that I would be discharged instantly and nndhonorably andhQnornbly andhonorably
honorably I have no doubt that the ver verdict verdIet verdict ¬
dict will be reversed on the appeal appealHerr appealHerr appealHerr
Herr Conned made this statement Uj Ujhave ihave I Ihave
have nothing to say except that I concur concurentirely concurentirely concurentirely
entirely in all that Signor Crusos Cr s counsel coun counsel COU1Jsel ¬
sel says 881 WI have not even itemplated ntemplatedany itemplatedany 1templatedany d
any change in the arranments arran Rrranc nients at the theopera theopera theopera
opera house as a consequence onseque lC of the ver verdict verdict verdict ¬
dict Nothing less than the absolute dis disability dis disability dlsabiUty ¬
ability of Caruso to sing will ill prevent his hteappearing hisappearing hisappearing
appearing as announced as Rodolfo in inL inLa InLa
L La Boheme on next Wednesday Y dnesday < night nightAnnouncement nightnnouncement nightAnnouncement
Announcement nnouncement was made in the court courtCOXT1XUBD courtCO courtCONTINIIiD
COXT1XUBD CO TI UBD OX O THIRD TJU D PAGE PAGEA PAGEA PAGEA
A New Xc Mill MillIs 31111Is lIn lInIs
Is being built to handle the large quantity quantityof
of ares which the San Juan Bautista Ma Mabig Mra Mraing Mhin
big in Co Is producing See samples in inStotfs InStotta InStotts
Stotfs window under National Hotel HotelFor HotelDor HotelPur
For that purp purpose Urp9S sa a few 19 shares will be besold besold
sold for folSt SS 1 After that thatwell well perhaps well wellnor wcn1tetncerl wellnetneed
nor 1tetncerl need any more money moneyOffice moneyOffice moneyOffice
Office 313514 Ouray Bldg
SEES HANGING MAY DIE DIEWoman DIEromnn DIEwoman
Woman romnn Under Indictment for Child ChildMurder ChllclUurcler ChildMurder
Murder Fatally lntnll Shocked ShockedLexington Sliockec1 Sliockec1LcdAct ShockedLexington
Lexington LcdAct n Ky Nov No NovThems 3Thomas Thomu Stout Stouta
a a negro was hanged here this morning morningfor mMDIaYUte morningfor
for the murder of Sim Lee several months monthsago lII monthsago tM tMago
ago ago
agoWhite
White bfte Stout was wa being executed a piti pitiful pitiful tl tlful ¬
ful scene eM was being enacted in the jaB JaJLMrs jaBMn jaiMrs
Mrs Etta Griffith Gr1 1th a young < white woman womanunder woman womanuDder womanunder
under indictment for the murder of her herfifteen beI herfifteen
fifteen months old baby was In a aowrlooklnl cell celloverlooking cell celloverlooking
I overlooking the Jail yard It I It is hollered toHevedthe HtleYecItfJe holleredthe
the shock incident to the hanging han will willprove HI HIIJINYe
1 prove ve fatal ttal to her Todays hanging hangingwas hangingwas Kfng Kfngwas
was the first on record in this county countywhere eounlrl countywhere
where l a negro was executed for the murder mur murder murtin ¬
der of another negro negroSULTAN nffroSULTAN negroSULTAN
SULTAN TOLD HIM OF STORK STORKKaiser STORKJinllJer STORKliniser
Kaiser Learned of Prince rlnceH Birth BirthThrough BirthThrouJh BirthThrough
Through Iortcn lortc Message 3IcxnaRcBerlin JIcsHtJcBerUtt MessageBerlin
Berlin Nov a nJt It now appears thai thaiBntpsror tbt1IIpftOI thatLintperor
Bntpsror 1IIpftOI William WUU m recftveclHhe receivedhe received the first news newsaf oewet newsSC
af the birth of his graneVin rru4i grsnds n 1n the Crown CrownPrince CrownlrtIIce CrownPrince
Prince from the Sultan lie Ii was r off Nor Norway Norw Norw4 ¬
way w w4 last July at the time of the interest interesttag intereatent Interestlag
tag event ent The German minister to Stock Stockholm StockfOl1Ot Stockhem ¬
hem forgot to bring brI the dispatches aboard aboardthe aboanitile aboardthe
the imperial yacht When hen the accumu accumulated accumulated accumulated ¬
lated messages finally nally arrived the first the theKaiser thea the1alter
Kaiser a opened opent was one from the Sultan Sultancot Sul Sultancot n neol
cot gratulating him on the birth of an anheir anhftr anheir
heir heirTRUST hftrTRUST heirTRUST
TRUST RAISES WAGES WAGESChairman WAGESChairluan WAGESllailluall
Chairman llailluall Gary Issues Notice NoticeThat NoticeTIlat NoticeThat
That Affects 68000 68 OOO Men MenADVANCE MenADVANOE MenADVANCE
ADVANCE CAME UNSOLICITEDAgreements UNSOLICITED UNSOLICITEDAgreements UNSOLIOITEDJreements
Agreements with 1t11 Tnlon Bxplre BxplreJanuary BxplreJnnunr NxpireJanuary
January Jnnunr 1 and on that Date Sew SewScale XevrScale ew ewScnle
Scale Will 111 Go Into BlYcetlncreae BfectIncreasevI1I KfTcct Increase IncreaseWill
Will vI1I 111 Be Ten Cents Per cr Day On to toAll toAll toAll
All the Laborers Bmploycd Hmployedw BmploycdNew EmploTcdYork
New w York York Nov 2 IE JE H H Gary chair chairman ehaIrc chairman ¬
man of the board of directors of the theUnited 1Mtalte theUnited
United States sea seMI Corporation sued hamedtoday suedtocIa7 iseaedtoday
today this thisCommon Wit WitCommon a1lMU8C1M4t a1lMU8C1M4tI
Common labor with the manufacturing manufacturingplants JIUlactU JIUlactUplants manufacturingpants
I plants of the subsidiary companies of the theUnited UaetJdt theUnited
United tJdt States Steel Corporation will be beIncreased 1Mt11ICIe8ItCI beincreased
Increased M cents per day fIa commencing commencingJanuary COIDIDeDCI commencingJanuary
I January 1 1 ttftf and day and turn labor labori laborwill taborwill
i will be adjusted accordingly acco 7 Notices to tothis toI tothis
I this effect ect win in be posted by the respective respectivecompanies r respectivecompanies e ei
i eom companies about December 1 1 ISM ISMJudge JI lSStJudge
I Judge Gary said d last night that his hisformal hlformal hisformal
formal statement spoke for or itself While Whilehe Whilehe Whilehe
he would not say y whether the advance advancehad V8 advancehad ce cebee1a
had been made voluntary or as the resultof result resultof raultoC
of insistent ftIt demands from the employes employesbe employesbe
be Inferred that It was voluntary voluntaryThe 1OIatarJI voluntaryThe
I The raise n affects a tII all our employes employeswhether employ employI employeswhether
I whether w r they are union men or not be hejaid beJJIdd besaid
said Our agre agreements a + eareots with the union unionexpire anloaexpire unionexpire
expire on the t1 date that the new was wasseal wacKale wage wagescale
seal Kale becomes effective and they tIte7tMD vrK vrKthan whitAep
than b be raatijusittrt r according a ordiDf atxordla atxordlaToms ttLmr ttLmroral o oeraJ
oral J JTIaJIt
oralThis
This kitvaooi applies to towM CM employes mepisyeswho employeswho
who are classed U as general laborer t The Thetotal TMt Thetotal
total t number of e oletD employes is about outdivided aMft aMftdivided S Ile Iledivided
divided es s follows Manufacturing Xnufacturl XnufacturlerUes prop properties prtperUes ¬
erUes l43 U2JTO iii coal and coke pleats aat aatINn 9M 9Mtoon ldl ldlIron
INn ore properties propert 14 14M6 steamship at atraJlnMld and andrailroad andrailroad
railroad tines l3 UW and between 3C9I 1 and and4J69 andUII and4id0
4J69 In miscellaneous employment employmentIliipre employmentJhlJe employmentHuge
Huge Total Payroll PayrollThe Pnr PayrollThe U UThe
The total annual payroll of the corporation cor corporation eerporatlon ¬
poration is almost 8Jteoiojs 135S I and the theumber tbe1IUJIt thesomber
umber 1IUJIt of persons dependent for support supportupon supporttIpoa supportupon
upon the wage earners of the plants and andsteamship ad1JI8bIp andsteamship
steamship 1JI8bIp and a lines of railways operated operatedby penteilthe operatedby
by the corporation eorpon lolt is IsThe BlSCN BlSCNThe 8 0 0The
The advance in wages w was unsolicited unsolicitedby UUIIOIlcttedtile unsolicttedby
by the men and it te understood v te the theiron thetron theIron
iron and steel teft trades that the increase increaseic
is a substantial recognition by the board boardof bardof
of directors of the loyalty of the men menthrough meatbroogh menthrough
through a year in which every depart department clepartmewt department ¬
ment of the Industry has run with itb the theimum tbeibnum thema
ma imum and under conditions that hare haretaxed JaavetuecI havetaxed
taxed the powers of all hands from top topto topIe topto
to bottom bottomIn bottemIn bottomIn
In the depression of iron and a Meet steelnen boil business ¬
ness which marked a considerable part of ofmi ofthe oflm
mi the United States Steel Corporation Corporationdid
did not make any considerable con reduction reductionIn
In wages and a although the sales depart department departat department ¬
ment at booked large lar tonnages tonna es at the abnormally abnor abnormally abnormally ¬
mally low prices that marked the timeand time timeand timeaoo
and these contracts were in main for forshipment forshipment or orshipment
shipment six to eight months ID ntbs ahead the thegeneral thegeDelal thegeneral
general scale of wages was advanced to tothe totlte tothe
the levels in existence prior to the reduc reduction reductlon reduction ¬
tion before bef the rising market gave ve the theaverage theavea38 theaverage
average avea38 profits to the plants plantsIrodnct planlsI plantsProduct
Product In Now Xo Cheaper CheaperThe ChenperThe CheaperThe
I
The plants are now producing material materialluch materialmuch terlal
i much luch below the cost of production to the thefirst theftnt thefirst
first year of the corporations s existence existenceThis exl existenceThis teace teaceThIs
This is largely due to economies In all departments de department de departmeat ¬
partment the enormous expenditures expenclltu expenditure of ofthe 0the ofthe
the past pa t two years In the installation of ofnew o onew ofnew
new apparatus and U t the development of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the corporations ore and coal lands and andcoke cIcoke andcoke
coke ovens ovensThe ovensThe ovensThe
The gains have been made during dUtln a aperiod aperiod aperiod
period of advancing prices for almost almostall almostall t tall
all the materials used In the manufacture manufactureof
of iron and steel As the corporation corporationmaking corporationmaking corporationmaking
making an annual output of almost 16906 1CSOtOOt
000 tons of semifinished and hushed ma materials materials ma maten ¬
terials ten nIs the net gain front these economies economiesand economiesaad economiesand
and improvements is said to be at least leasti10l
26000600 i10l eoo a year yearSince ytAISince yearSince
Since the th > organization of the company companyin companIn
in 1961 noo08 X > 009 Ota110 < Xtt has been expended for fornew furnew fornew
new Construction extraordinary extraordl ary replace replacements replaeements replacements ¬
ments and the ordinary costs for upkeep upkeepExtraordinary upkeelElnlordlnary upkeepExtraordinary
Extraordinary replacement funds are areused areuaf4 areused
used for upkeep of plants entire rebuild rebuilding rebulldIn rebuildlag ¬
lag In and the installation of new for worn wornout wornout wornout
out machinery machineryMOB I1MIcblneryMOB machineryMOB
MOB ATTACKS AUTO SPEEDER SPEEDERClmnffenr SPEEDERChnnfftur SPEEDERChauffeur
Chauffeur Units Into Cab and An Angry AUlrCrond AngryCrowd pry pryCrowd
Crowd Make Threats ThreatsNew ThreatsNew rhrc I INew
New York Nov 28 In the automobile automobileof autom bile bileof
of his employer which he had borrowed borrowedfor borrowedfor borrowedfor
for the occasion and speeding down downThird downThint downThiel
Third avenue Earl Wanser a chauffeurdrove chauffeur chauffeurdrove cltauaeurdrove
drove the machine into a cab at the thejunction th thjuJlCtjQn thejunction
junction of Twentieth street and Third Thirdavenue ThirdaveRue Thirdavenue
avenue tonight smashing it into intokindling IntokindUn intoktnding
kindUn kindling wood and hurling the aged ageddriver a adner ageddriver
driver Nicholas Sullivan twenty feet feetaway feetaway feetaway
away awayAs awayAs awayAs
As soon as the accident occurred a mob mobquickly mobquickly mobquickly
quickly gathered tbercd and KRc1pelted pelted the lb automo automobile automobile antotnobIb ¬
bile and Its occupant with sticks stones stonesand stonesnncl stonesand
and other missiles Warmers arrest Alone Alonesaved Alonesaved alonesaved
saved him from the mob but before this thiswas tbtsWRS thinwas
was accomplished a Jan in the crowd crowdWilliam eruwdrll1tam crowdWilliam
William Dorn was shot in the neck by a aparty aparty aparty
party unknown unkn His wound to not seri serious 8eriOtIs aertous ¬
ous Sullivan Is in a critical condition conditionVinconnt conditionYIeoullt conditionViscount
Viscount Ilnmpdcn IM Dead DeadLondon DendIr DeadLyndon
London Ir Nov Xo 23 23Htur 93Henry Henry Robert R t Brand Brandsecond Brant1second Brandsecond
second Viscount VI ount Hampden is dead deadSpecial deadSpecial deadSpecial
Special Train to Hcniiinjr Races RacesVis UncellYla linensVia
Via Pennsylvania Railroad Leaves Sta Station Station Station ¬
tion Sixth and B streets tr t8 131 p m race racedays ratedays racedays
days from November K to December D e m r 1 1inclusive Iindu 1incluabve
inclusive indu lvt Returns at clo close M of races raeeaRound Tc1CESRount1 racesRound
Round trip tickets tlck ts from Washington Yashinttn Yashinttncents Vashin tun Zj Zjcents i icents
cents good on all al1lrnlns trains on date of o issue
PEARY TELLS WHY WHYSea WHYHE 1IY 1IYHE
HE DIDNT SUCCEED SUCCEEDSea
Sea Swept Eastward Check CChecking Checking Checking ec1 ec1illg ¬
ing Northern Advance AdvanceHURLED AlyanceHURLED AdvanceHURLED
HURLED BACK BY STORM STORMi STORMWithin STORMritJ STORMifliiiiFifteeiidn3
i
Within ritJ ifliiiiFifteeiidn3 Il1 Fifteenday Dash of Pole PoleWhen PoleVhcn VoleWlieil
When Stopped StoppedGale
Gale Opened OIlcneJi Up JJ Gulf of Water that thntCouldnt thatCoulchlt thatCouldnt
Couldnt De Crossed and Carried CarriedHim CarrJedJIm CarriedIiim
Him Out of Route RontcSnH Say Sanxens SanxensScheme ansens ansensScheme anen5selJe
Scheme selJe le of Drifting Drlftiu In Xot Fens Me MeAivruifii 1 1Cren le leCrew > <
Crew Gave Hint Trouble Aivruifii U an and Uj l rf > UJIl UJIlplained om omPIainel m mIJlnineel
plained that He Had BrokeifFalth BrokeifFalthNorth Dr Droken e fFalth fFalthf fFalthNortb Faith FaithNorth
f
r
North Sydney N fov ov 2LAfter an anabsence anabaence anabsence
absence of 483 i 3 daXin claP In the polar region reglonsCommander regtoDlCommandft regionCommander
Commander Rptert lplrt K g Peary arrived here bereat hereat hereat
at C oclflskthte oc th18 morning on the steamer steamerRoosevelt sttamerRoosevelt steamerRoosevelt
Roosevelt An hour later the craft was wasanchored wasaAdtore wasanchored
anchored off the Sydney dae7 Yacht Club ClubIn ClubIn ClubIn
In the Gladiator the explorer was as taken takenashore takenashore
ashore 0 to the Sydney Sy ltey Hotel where he hegreeted ben hegreeted
greeted Mrs n Peary who had been wait waittoff waltIn waitlug
lug In there for her husbands arrival for forseveral torMVenJ forseveral
several weeks weeksPeary veekaPeary weeksPeery
Peary asked for news and was especial especially ¬
i ly interested In the San Francisco earth earthquake earthqaaJEe earthquake ¬
quake of which he bad bed nothing nothingThe nothiasThe nothingThe
The Roosevelt Roo shows no gn of rough roughusage ro roughusage tl tlSIte
usage She looks splendid about the > bull bullexcept bullexeept bullexcept
except aft aft under counter where she sheshows sheshows he heow
shows the effect of a broken rudder The TheBBS TbeBaS Thehag
BaS BBS which ldcb the Arctic Club cave the ship shipfiles sblpl shipflies
l files from the mate truck tr1Xk and the ensign ensigngiven erwipI ensigngiven
given by b the Geographical Society from fromthe fromI fromthe
I
the mfezen mfezenPlans ml mhaenilans n nI
I
I Plans X Seer e w Arctic rctlc Ship ShipAsked ShipIi SliipAsked
Asked if he intended to go again a Com Commodore ComJIIOdore Commodore ¬
Ii modore Peary aid aM aMOh s sOlt
0 Oh wait until L yet a chance t UI re recaver re reif recover
caver from fatten before taping about aboutthat aItouttIaat aboutthat
if that But If I do o 90 s I have a deofex for fora Cora fora
a new ship I worked on it while away awayHere Wayliere swayHere
Here It is isPeary IL ILPe17 IsPeary
Peary showed a model something like likea Hkea J tea
a monitor fat I his living ItviD1The quartos quartosThe QuartanAux
The last leg of the journey fNa real Port PortAux
I Aux Basque Be was made at an average averagespaed averagespeed e eI
speed of six knots knotsDespite kIIDUDe8plte kaotaDespite
I Despite all reports Commander Co uu er Peary Pearywas Pearywas Pearywas
was found to be in perfect hiiaUh He Hehad Hebad Hehad
had increased twelve pounds to weight weightAll weightAll weightAll
All who 00 bad accompanied the explorer to tothe totbe tothe
the far North were likewise e to splendid splendidcondition splendidCODCIItio splendidcondition
condition conditionAfter CODCIItioAfter conditionAfter
After greeting < his wife wife Peary at once oncesent oncet onceneat
sent t the following message to Morris K Kof KJeeap KJesup
Jeeap of New York YorkThe Yorkfte YorkThe
The dufcft c1 apedttim estadit ii bM f cpetfd c sa otetrd teted i great pater Peiartilde patertriMffc peialallfS
tilde the allfS tx of which Mrfc the nearest near nearto a aii p pliaaA
liaaA to the I pole + aie and its taw ooawcU the nwtb nwtbritiw ntWfbextaIIIia rarthan
an extaIIIia ort > ritiw of the U > fro most northern la lands amu < U UA > or orA o otea
tea lto A ftttf rS the 8tti Seam talS and Stripe 8hlt ri has uo uoat torn tornat fernsitatod
sitatod at ttd nine > aoftk of the trtaaderte tofaade tofaadeyiHPi triuIteJrJIII
yiHPi JrJIII rte irfntti Peary Peer was it would have haveDritift harehi
Dritift Mia hi mealy only thirty or forty tort days da 8 to so sote goto o ohe
te the pdo peioaad and back backJfot backNot backriot
Not Such a Bard Feat FtfntPeary FcrntJIIaeM FeatPeary
Peary places the exact northern limit of ofhis ofhie ofhis
his approach to the pole at 2OlL 201H cribs niilesHe lallepHe cribsHe
He marked the frozen spot with a nag lagstar nagstaff Ia Iafrom
staff from which fluttered a new silk silkguidon silkwhich silkgiddon
guidon which Miry himself ma mafie made J8deHe madelie
fie burled in the ice at latitude 87 S de degrees MpeeII degrees ¬
grees C minutes in a brass thermometer thermometercase tbermo1IIettrcae thermometercase
case with photographs of cairn and lag lagwhich lagshis a 1 1I
his message > which was written in b Eng Lrngilsh English En EnI ¬
I
I lish French Doch Dajrlt Danish Spanish and andGerman andGerman andGerman
German Mr Peary P said saidFinding aWthe saidFinding
Finding the north pole is not nearly so sodangerous 60as sodangerous
dangerous as it was to try to towId avoid being beingshipwrecked ftingalaJpwreekftl beingshipwrecked
shipwrecked on the Newfoundland NeowfOUDCllaDdWe coast coastWe oastWe
We had art awful time We spent spenteleven s spenteleven nt nteIeTeII
eleven days cia in Battle Harbor fighting atlDp the theundertow theI theundertow
I undertow which threatened to tear us usfrom usI usfrom
from the rocks to which we were secured securedWe eeeuredWe securedWe
I
We broke our best anchor and lost lostcountless lostCCMlaUew lostcountless
countless ropes For three days w we beat beatback beatbeck beatback
back and forth In and out of St St Georges GeorgesBay GeorgesBay GeorgesTay
Bay trying to save sav the Roosevelt RooseveltAsked KooRYehAPk RooseveltAsked
Asked APk if dissatisfaction cJtssat factI D of tile crew atfected at affected atfectecl ¬
fected the chances of the expedition expeditionPeary expeditionP1ary expeditionPeary
Peary said saidNo saidNo
P1aryo No o one or two of the sates tried to tomake toMR tomake
make trouble but have Te since grown grownashamed gownmed grownsaiamed
ashamed med of themselves themselvesIt
It te not true that I refused to let them themleave themeaye themleave
leave th the ship They The might ml have gonhad gon gonhad n nbad °
had they wanted to Cant Capt Bartlett and andmyself andmyaeiC andmyself
myself would have brought bro t her back backBroke RckDroke backBroke
Broke Faith to Avert Disaster DisasterThe DhRsterTbe DisasterThe
The men had food and their complaint complaintwas
was that I did not go in for or a fresh sup supply supptr supply ¬
0
ply as I promised on the way back backfrom backfrom backfrom
from through Kale basin basinThat butnTIaat basinThat
That I did not Is because I dM not notwant n nwaat notwant
want another Polaris disaster for t the theworld theWCThI theworld
world to talk about aboutI
I make ke the announcement now to explain ex explain exI ¬
I plain why I broke faith with the men menAltogether menr menAltogether
Altogether we were we flflysevoi days dayson dayson dayson
r on the ice trip We left the ship Feb February Feb111NIrJ Fobsassy ¬
sassy 21 and returned to her April 1 21The 1The 1The
111NIrJ The plan and scope were for a light lightpioneer 11ghtpioneer lightpioneer
pioneer party with picked dogs to ad advance adnwee advance ¬
vance and to be reenforced at various variouspoints variousI variouspeints
points and times by relief parties with withfood withfood withfood
I food
foodThe The Ant party was to move forward forwardleaving forwardI1EeVI forwardleaving
leaving the cache behind Then theother the theother theother
I1EeVI other parties were wer to come up U p behind behindnfty behindftfty behindfifty
fifty miles apart each with food which whichxvas whichas whichwrrs
xvas as to be cached The party then was wasto wasto wasto
to return for more moreWhen moreWbeD moreWhen
When we got ao gore ready to start on Feb February FebI Februsty ¬
I rusty SI So and left the ship with 110 Eski Eskimos Eakl1D05 Eskimos ¬
mos to t < avoid confusion COD we made Cape CapeHekta CaPHek1a1 CapeHekia <
Hekta Hek1a1 a rendezvous rendezvousFrom r rendesvousFrom U8 U8From
From this point to the pole was only onlyabout onlyabout
i about 131 nautical mil mils but as it after afterwxrd alterWAn afterward
WAn proved I traveled t18 veJec1 considerably considerablymore CO considerablymare sldt > rably rablymore
more than this this but of course not in a astraight astralgllt astraight
straight direction directionThe dlreeUollTbe directionThe
The second division had instructions instructionsto
to leave Hekhv four days day after I did The Thethird Thethird Thethird
third was to come four our days after the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second This plan lan was carried out to tothe 10tbe tothe
the letter letterEach 1elttruEaeJa letterEach
Each party had a specific compass compasssot tOmpuss compassset
sot s just as at sea for the ke Held HeldEverything 1lfldEvelJlhhag fieldEverything
Everything went along swimmingly swimminglyand s1lmml y yand
and with Matt Hanson and the six Eski l3skimoe Eskimos KeltlInO ¬
mos who formed f my m party we managed managedto
to push forward f rward at times at the rate of offorty orforty offorty
forty miles a day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The The Eskimos estimated that we did didforty didforty didforty
forty miles a day and sometimes forty fttrtynve ftrrt ftrrtftve fortylive
live miles milesCouldnt mlletCouelut milesCouldnt
Couldnt Kind Relief nc ler Party PartyIn Pnrt PnrtuIn PartsIn
uIn In the vicinity of latitude Si S we met a awide awitte awide
wide lead of open water and it took us six sixdays sixda8 sixdays
days to cross it because the new ne ice I was wasflimsy wasflimsy as asIRI8
flimsy IRI8 and we had to nurse small por portions portfona portions ¬
tions of provisions across Hero at a time timeAltogether timeAlto timeAltogether
Altogether Alto ther we met fourteen or fifteen fifteenleads fifteenleads fifteenheads
leads in a single I nle days march marchAfter raRrchAftr marchAfter
After getting etlin clear cI a r t of f the open o n water waterwe waterwe waterwe
we ran into a six days gale We Ve could couldCOXTI2CCKD couldCoTINUnI ould ouldCOnJNUBD
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