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NO m 49 WASHINGTON WASEINGTONDC D C SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906TWENTYEIGHT 1906 TWENTYEIGHT PAGES THREE CENTS
CARNEGIE 69 GIVES GIVESBALTIMORE GIYEi GIYEiBALTIJIORE
BALTIMORE 500000 500000T
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To Celebrate Birthday BirtJl ay by y En Endowing EnMore Eu Eu4owing ¬
4owing dowing More Libraries LibrariesBEMCHESf LibrariesBRANCRESrO LibrariesERANOILESO
BEMCHESf 0 COVER CITYMoneyYiIl CITYp
p Money MoneyYiIl Will Be Used to Extend ExtendEnoch ExtendEnoch ExtelIlEnocii
Enoch Pratt Institution InstitutionIron Instit tion tionIron tionIronMillfonnlre
Iron IronMillfonnlre Millionaire First Conceived the theIdea theIdeo theIdea
Idea of Disseminating Dlit cJUinatlng Wealth WealthWhen WealthWhen Vealthhen
When hen Attending Its Opening with vrithPounder withPounder withPounder
Pounder Who Vho Wn WIIM n His LifeIon LifeIonKrlend Lifelong LifelongFrieiidScot J J11dendScot
Krlend 11dendScot Scot as a Hale and Active Activens
ns n He Was Vns Ten Years Ago AgoBalttowe AJoB Ago3sItjaa
Balttowe B 3sItjaa re re Nov Si 4AadreW Andrew Carnegie Carnegiewttt Car Orneglewilt gle glewilt
wilt celebrate ton tGlWOrI9w orr w his sixtyninth sixtyninthbirtbdajr stxtynlnthbll xtyn1nihbIrtbdy
bll birtbdajr by making kmg the preliminary ar arnm arnulsewts arraftgests
nm nulsewts semen ts for presenting this city cityfor MIlS St8MIfor MIlSfot
for free fr public libraries librariesThe JlbrarlesTIM flbrar1eThe
The Plttsburg iron m millionaire notified notifiedMayor notifiedlItlayer notifiedMaser
Mayor B 1 Clay Cia Tinutnus and former Poet Postmaster Poetmuter Poetmaster ¬
master General James A A Gary president presidentof
of the Enoch Pratt Library that he heplans hep1ans hoplans
plans this munificent gift in memory of ofhis ofhiB Ofh1
his h1 oM 4d friend founder of that thattloii Institu lnedtulion Institution ¬
lion who died ten yean 11I ago agoThe aoThe agoma
The money moae will ill be used to enlarge and andextend andextend 1Kl 1KlexteJHl
extend the Pratt Library Branch will willbe winbe Willbe
be built throughout the city and in the thesuburbs thesuburbs the8pbUrb
suburbs suburbsCarnegie suburbsCa 8pbUrbcrnfe
Carnegie Ca and Pratt were lifelong lifelongfriends UfeJ hhfe4eogtrlenda g gfriends
friends friends and With President lcJent Harrison at attended attude attended ¬
tended th the opening of tbe Carnegie CarnegieLibrary CanHillPeLlbraIT Crne o oLibrary
Library in PHtsburg It waa at the dedi dedication dedleation dedication ¬
cation of the Pratt Library here that the theBaltimore theBaltfmere theBalttm
Baltimore Balttm re banker and merchant had en endowed enctet end ¬
dowed d wed with 51wMCOO that die ironmaster ironmasterfirst Ironma IroumnotereOnOed ter ter1J1It
first COIIOeIJr conceived the idea 141 of trying to dIM dispose dIMOH dIepoe ¬
pose of his hi immense wealth by estahiteh estahitehing awtebIn
In ing free public libraries librariesBaltimore librariesd librariesBaithoore
Baltimore had d received a lions Uon share > of ofthe ofthe otthe
the steel millionaires recent presents presentsA
A few months ago ao he gave the Maryland MarylandInstitute Marylandinstitute Ml MlInsdtvte
Institute School of Art and Design 8CS 8CSI 8CSHUH ISI1nH S Shia
I
HUH hia Given Away wa 14215S520 14215S520The 14Z1 1421ZS2OThe S O Otts
The CamegJe gifts tts to all 11 soureee that thatturned tJaaltulMd thatturned
turned the HMMWOM t4O mark in MW now nowtotal nowtotal nowtotal
total at t lll15I5a l4lg m mjBSa of which sum S4t4 S4t458ft S4L4to 4 4M
58ft fc to be credited to library buildings buildingsIn
In the United U1 WMI States 33taffM I has been beengiven beenmY811 beengvea
given to 9rov4de rovMe 730 libraries In 63 6S cities citiesand dUesand citleened
and towns supplying suppl mr 187 per cent of the thepopulation UIetoL theDo
population populationArkansas Do toL toLArka
Arkansas Arka Delaware Rhode Island l Mis Mississippi MieslMlppt Mb Mbslss ¬
sissippi slss and Alaska have received none of ofthese oCt oftheee
these t etIe gifts giftsOut giftsot < gOut <
Out of the United States th tW > Carnegie Carnegielibrary Car tarnegIelibrary Je JeIlbl1U7gltts
library Ilbl1U7gltts gifts amount to lltIUJI MflOM m supply supplying aoppbIng ppty pptylng ¬
ing 9K libraries in 427 centers The British BritishIsland BritishIslandr BritishIsIandr
Island Canada and the West Indies IndiesNew bellesNew IndiesNew
New Zealand ealand and Tasmania are re included includedThe IncludedThe includedThe
The smallest Carnegie library in Inwerl4 the thewvW t e I
wvW ta oa the historic J rte island of Iowa Iowathe tta ttathe ff ffthe
the eMMk of Scotland It is less than tht ftf ftfswept
v t teen f4 square hi on a S tot t eft eien ft sea seaswept seaswept
swept and ad js built of granite gnu with two twofdst twofJllt twoft
fdst ft walls It wed whcily 10011 by y flatter flattermen ft8hertMft flehermen
men tMftOtJu
Other OtJu r Gift GJfb Than Libraries LibrariesMr Llhrar LlbrarleHMr eH eHMr
Mr CafraefeJi iraegie it principal gifts ether than thanto Uliinto tInto
to libraries ltbrarI are as follows followsTo foUowTo followsTo
To the Emu sotda4 SsotCst uuhmrttha uuhmrtthaCMMRfc A
CMMRfc Cst lottfcvte Pftttbnrf PftttbnrfCMMRfe ltt lttQlDMIie l1tUrgc 1MM 1MMTbe
CMMRfe c iMthatiM WMMBKUM WMMBKUMIrnSkMi w Wamtealtiidsu i il
IrnSkMi l find ta aged teck teckTiie nn nnTfte
The Tftel km find findPewfan Med1eeeks
Pewfan l fund for employ tIILpIoJea tIILpIoJeaThe s lSISI lSISIThe
The DsiaDs eerRL eerRLThe 1It 1ItTile
Tile IM J1MOI p tenue Leee at a The Hag n 1BMW 1BMWAWei 1 1AIIW l l4t111r4
AWei Xttgtmian s Secietj SodetiTo ljSAm ljSAmTo I ITo
To small colleges some H7CMM4 has hasb hasbeom hasbeen
b been n given ven en 8000000 SOu3WO of it since MW MWThe 1fIOThe NS NSThe
The gifts for miscellaneous mJ purposes purposesswimming purposesswlmadng e eBPo1Maalng
swimming baths S organs 0 M k c are esti estimated eat eatmated eatmated ¬
mated at t 1000 1000Mr 3ltKhMr 2lCN > X efl eflMr
Mr Carnegie has reached the age of ofsixtynine ofSlxtJnIae ofsixtynine
sixtynine an active healthful man He Heis Heis Heis
is slender ponybuilt brlEhteyftd d with withgray withgray withgray
gray hair and beard looking not more morethan morethan morethan
than sixty y years od odHe DdHe edHe
He MI III the precise antithesis UtM ls of the eon oraventiomU ceRvent10aal eonventboaj
ventiomU moneyed JttO man neither harassed harassednor harassednot ed ednor
nor spoiled Ied A boy of fifteen with a aquarter aquarter aquarter
quarter in his pocket and a a fishing rod rodin rodin rodIn
in his hand could not be more free from fromcure fromcare fromHe
cure cureHe careH
He H to keen and nd Jolly chock full of life lifeand lifeAJHI lifeand
and marked by a fresh buoyancy both of ofheart ofhart ofheart
heart and Ad disposition dIspo He is happy be because DeCJaUl1e beuse ¬
cause CJaUl1e use at t bottom In he is profoundly simple simpleFishing sllllpleFIIJbt simpleFishing
Fishing FIIJbt and golf are his hohbfes There Thereis TItereis Thereis
is a private golf course on the Skibtf Skibtfestate Sklbffestate Skibdestate
estate and elaborate salmon and trout trouthatcheries troutbatc troutbutcheries
hatcheries batc butcheriesBilliards hatcheriesBilliards
batcBtlliart18
Billiards he plays occasionally whist whistless whistJea whilstless
less often For indoor amusement he pre prefers preer prefees ¬
fees er bIrD me books booksHe booksHe booksHe
He is 1 fond of countryside walking and andseldom andseWoIn andseIdow
seldom rides He has ha never followed the theliounde thehoun thehounds
hounds s and leaves shooting wholly to his hisguests hisOn hisguests
guests On the other hand his yacht is isalways 18alwaS IsaIwas
always in commission comR alon during durl the Scotch Scotchsojourn Scotchsojo Scotchsojourn
sojourn rn
rnPotters
Potters About Garden GardenHe GnrdenHe GardenHe
He leve Iov to potter about his garden gardenplanting gardenplanting arden ardenplaJtdftg
planting here 1tere diverting a a stream there theremaking theremaking uieremaking
making new road or mending an a old oldone oldone oldone
one oneOf
oneOf
Of music he cannot have enough At S Soclock Soclock Soclock
oclock each morning at Skibo Skiboleg a play playing playing ¬
ing ptp piper r marches around arouncllbe toe castle and andin aDdIn andin
in the evening plays through the dinner dinnerhour dllmerhour dinnerhour
hour being followed later by an organ organist organI organbet ¬
ist I bet t Guests who have risen to the wild wildskirling wIldskJrltg wildskirihig
skirling of the pipes retire to a a salutory salutoryfrom salutoryfrom salutoryfrom
from a mighty organ organThe orgaRThe organThe
The two things he most heartily dislikes dislikesare ditlilkesare dIslikesare
are motoring and tobacco tobaccoHe tob tobaccoHe cco ccoHe
He would rather be honored as a phil philosopher bUoeopher philosopher ¬
osopher than as a philanthropist He has hasread hasread hasread
read widely and traveled tIA velecl with th the eyes eyesof eyetsoC eyesof
of a student of affairs He likes to lay laydown laydown Iaydown
down the law I w on all things thl thingsholding gllboldlng holding
forth in a pithy picturesque p1cture que style with withcloeed withclo withcloed
cloeed d eyes and wagging gging forefinger He is isoften Isoften
often intolerant almost always dogmatic dogmaticand dotmaticnd dogmaticand 181
and nd invariably speaks in an autocratic autocratictone autocraticlone autocratictoi
tone toi of finality ftnalU which invites in Jtes argument argumentHISS aI11lmentMISS argumentMIss
MISS HAZEL iIizEL PINREE A BRIDE BRIDEDaughter BRIDEDnuJhter BRIDEDaughter
Daughter of Former Governor Weds WedsXeiilicvr Wedsep1tcv VedstCllhcw
Xeiilicvr of Senator Depeiv DepeivDetroit DepcwD DepewD
Detroit D trolt trplt Nov SI 4The The wedding of Mlsi MlsiHazel Mis MisHazel MisiHazel
Hazel HOJe Hope Pingree only daughter of the thelate thelate thelate
late exGo exG exGbr v Hazen S Pingree of Michigan Michiganto
to Sherman L L Depew nephew of Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Chauncey M Depew was wa celebrated celebratedtoday celebratedtcday j jtoday
today at the th Pingree home hemeHarold homeHarold j jHarold
Harold Miller IlIIer of New York was best bestman bestman bestman
man and nd John Owsley Owsle of Chicago chief chiefusher chiefu chiefucher
usher u ber Mls Miss Marguerite Goodell of Chi Chicago Chicago chicago ¬
cago and Houghton Mich was a the thebrides thebldes thebrides
brides only attendant attendantiLarKC attendfmtLnr attendantLarge
Large Lnr c and attractive Furniture Pnrnltnreisale FnrnIturesale Furnituresale
sale Tuesday Nov No 27 MC6 JHI IE at M i a 1l m mwithin JILwithin IlLwithin
within our auction vetklfl tloft rooms 14tt 1 H st st nw nwSend owSeRd swSend
Send In Monday anything you ou hive for forsale forHIe forsale
sale Prompt returns nude Telephone TelephoneMain TelephonEt
Main 868ft Brown Tolson aucts auctsWide auctsIde auctsWide
t t
Wide Ide Boards Z Per 100 100Lumber ft ftLunber ftLnnber
Lumber Trust Broken BrokenLIbbey DrokenLlbbey BrokenLlbbey
Llbbey Co 6th st at and N Y ave a
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SHAIMAYBEIMCE SHAIMAYBEIMCENow SHAWMAYBEII SIIAW 1TAY BE i RACE RACENov RACENow
Now Believed Secretary SecretaryYill SecretaryYillTurn Will WillTnrn WillTurii
Turn Tariff rrariffReyisionist rrariffReyisionistSEEKS Revisionist BevisionistSEEKS RevisionistSEBKS
SEEKS IOWAS INDORSEMENT INDORSEMENTDeclared INDORSEMENTDeclare1 IIThORSEMENTDeclared
Declared to Be of the Opinion that thatCurrency tllatCurrency thatCurrency
Currency Reform Will Jll Pigure In InPresidential InPreRldential inPrealdenthal
Presidential Contest ContclltSnld Said to Have HaveRefused HaveItefolled If ave aveRefused
Refused Position at OOOO a Year YearIn YcnrIn Yearin
In New Xe York to Enter Canvass CanvassSBMM Canaultit Canvassssi
SBMM to T n WMbtaBtM W IfcwM IfcwMDes lIadILDe lkm lkmDee
Des Moines Iowa Nov Si 3iUPGR 3iUPGRrettreMent Upon Ms hisretirement Msretirement
retirement from the Cabinet within a few fewweeks fewHieS fewweeks
weeks HieS Leslie M I Shaw Secretary of the theTreasury theTrsury theTreasury
Treasury it is said here will return to toIowa to10wli toIowa
Iowa to open his campaign as a a candidate candidatefor eaJMlldatetor eandidatefor
for the Presidency PresidencyFor PrceldencyFor PresidencyFor
For the purpose of catching ca the tariff tariffrevtekmlsto tartrevlclonl8bs tariffrevisionists
revisionists of Iowa 10 Secretary Shaw saw It Itis itIs ItIs
is believed has given definite promise of oftariff otan oftariff
tariff tan revision According to rumors as asan asan
an active candidate for the t e Presidential Presidentialnomination PrMklea Presidentialnomination 1 1JMMDiRat1on
nomination in HM lf he will 111 make the tariff tariffrevision tari tarirevision
revision question one of his most im important iMportant haportent ¬ I
portant issues issuesAdvocate lseueAclTocntell IssuesAdvocates
Advocate Currency Correne Reform ReformCurrency ReformCurrency I
Currency reform hi to be another anotherfeature anotherfeature i
feature of the Secretarys campaign > He Heis Heit i iJs
is of the stnkm that currency reform is isto tal talto Isso
to bewe o one of the great issues of th thfuture the thefuture < > i itut1lre
future and as a a great many people favor favorthe favorthe I Ithe
the idea he baa hastken token ken it up to assist hi ac accomplishing acI acIoompllshlng accomplisbing ¬
complishing his political ambition ambitionRevision ambtdollReIsIoB ambitionRevision
Revision of t iii prssent t cnrrsncr C1KT carTe Jaws Jawsreeetly lawswas tws twswas
was recently IAtter IAtterof l 4 nfl by 1 1of it itof
of the Amtrteaft Amlllicgwhich j rs A114 A114which bmncj tiim tiimwhich
which met at Washington D C for forpurpose Wfc Wfcpurpose tIi tIipurpose
purpose purposeAccording purposeAcconUng purposeAccording
According to Mr r Shaws friends frIeDII his hisplatform Idaplatform Is Isplatfonn
platform will stand fo fec antiprimary leg legislation Ht HtJ81Atton logIslatbon ¬
islation In this State Sta Stat This it ta e eeYed Deloved e efe
fe eYed d by the wellrpoated wDl lJOIt politicians ber beris herO hertts herOIs
is for the purpose of catching the Repub Republicans RepuIa1kans Repubhenna ¬
henna of the State St te who w are opposed to toGov toGo to0ev
Gov Go Cummins prirwry prt ry legislation 1 1atton cam campaign campatlR cainpaign ¬
paign paignThese patlRThe8e paignThese
These three issues are the features tPI features of ofthe oCt ofthe
the t Secretarys S retarTs platform which he hope hopM hopMwilt hopeswill hopewill
will eventually result in Ida election to tothe tothe tothe
the highest offtee in the land landWill 1aDcIV111 landWill
Will V111 Open In Iowa IowaIt IownIt IowaIt
It is understood that Secertary Sha Shacampaign Shaw Shawcampaign Shawf Shawfcampaign
campaign for President wilt begin in Iowa Iowaalmost 10a11ft08t Iowaalmost
almost immediately after his retirement retirementfrom rettrementfmm retirementfrom
from the Cabinet CabinetMr CabinetIr CabinetMr
Mr Ir Shaw recently recentl confided to some of ofthose otthose Ofthose
those close to him that he h had not long longago Ionago longago
ago been offered a position at the he bead d of a aNew aNew aNew
New York financial institution at a sal salary MIary salary ¬
ary of JWOW l oee a y year r His Presidential am ambitions ambltlons ambitions ¬
bitions precluded preclud his iIs consideration of the tbegenerous thegenerous thegenerous
generous offer offerand and he declined it after afterthoroughly afterthoroughly afterthoroughly
thoroughly deliberating over the matter matterRecently matterRecently matterRecently
Recently some of these friends from fromIowa fromIowa frontIowa
Iowa made a journey to Washington Wa8 lAston and andupon andupon andupon
upon their return gave out the t informa information InCoraaatlon Informsthat ¬
that that Mr Shaw would be in the Presi Presidential Prelldentlal Prestdentisi ¬
dential race raceAt raceI raceAt
I At the Arlington where Secretary Shaw Shawresides ShaWresides 51mwresides
resides it was stated Jut night that he hewas hewas hewas
was still out of the city cityDIES clhDIES cityDIES
DIES FOR LOVE OF MATRON MATRONSinper MATRONSlnler MATRONSinger
Singer Shoots Himself When en New XevrYork Xe XeYork NewYork
York Woman Reveals Facts FactsLondon FactPlLondon FactsLondon
London Nov 21 IThe The Berlin corre correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
spondent of the London Express says that thatJohann thatJohann thatJohann
Johann Muehlhausen Muehlhau en a young ung German Germansinger Germansinger Germansinger
singer committed suicide Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Wednesdaymorning VedneMlaymorning
morning because an American woman to towhom towhom towhom
whom he was deeply attached left him himto himto himto
to return to New York YorkMuehlhausen YorkMuehll1ausen YorkMuehihausen
Muehlhausen made his debut in Ham Hamburg Hamburg Hamburg ¬
burg three weeks ago and met great greatsuccess greatSUCC greatsuccene
success SUCC 86 After thexperformance the perforftNUlee he was wasintroduced WSUIIntroduced wasIntroduced
introduced to a lady ad posing as a Miss MissNewth MissNewth 8 8Newtb
Newth of New York He fell in love lovewith lovewith lovewith
with her at once and she appeared to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return his affection affectionNext KffeeUonNext affectionNext
Next day Muehlhausen received a let letter letter letter ¬
ter from her in which she said that she shewas sitewas shewas
was Mrs r5 Carson wife ICe of a New York Yorkbroker Yorkbroker Yorkbroker
broker and mother of o two children to towhom towhom towhom
whom she was on the point of o returning returningShe returningShe returningShe
She Inclosed a check for < N Muehl Muehlhausen Muehlhau Muehihausen ¬
hausen hau en returned the check to the bank bankand benkand bankand
and then shot himself in the head headPEAEEE headPEARRE headPEARRE
PEARRE MAY OPPOSE BOYD BOYDCongressman BOYDCongresIman BOYDCongressman
Congressman Said to Have Eye on onFourth onFonrth onFourth
Fourth Circuit Judgeship JndgeshlnSpecial JmlgeshII11o Judgeship8iiecial
Special 11o te H 1M WwMwftwi WaehiRct ItemfcL ItemfcLCumberland JlenMCumberland hteTIMCumberland
Cumberland Md Nov 34 24It It is report reported reported reportel ¬
ed here that Congressman man George GecK A APearre A APearre APearre
Pearre has aspirations for the office of ofchief OfchleC ofchief
chief judge of the Fourth judicial circuit circuitof circuitoC circuitof
of Maryland the place now DO filled by Hon HonAndrew HonAndrew HOnAndrew
Andrew Hunter Boyd BoydJudge Bo BoydJudge d dJudge
Judge Boyd is a a Democrat and his suc successor successor saccessor ¬
cessor will 111 be selected in MIS 1 191 The circuit circuitis
is composed of Garrett AHegnny AI n and andWashington andWa andWashington
Washington Wa blngton counties all of which are aregenerally Aregeneral aregenerally
generally general Republican and which Col ColPearre ColPearre ColPearre
Pearre carried on November ii feat 1na by byover Drover byover
over 3001 plurality pluralityChief plundUyChief pluralhyChief
Chief Judge Boyd will no doubt be re renominated re renominated renominated
nominated by b the Democrats He is very verypopular veryP verypOpular
popular P pulr which blch was shown when he won wonagfcint wonnst wsnagainst
against nst Benjamin A A Richmond Esq the tbeleader theleader theleader
leader of the local bar in a RenttMtejtii RenttMtejtiidistrict RuldlprlBdistrict
district districtOrder districtOrder districtOrder
Order Flowers for the Debutante Delmtantcof DebutanteofSh8lter
of ofSh8lter Shatter 14th I Orchids violets roses rosesBaltimore ro eIfDalthl10re rose roseBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad RailroadThe Ral1ronIThe RailroadThe
The Chicago Limited will leave Wash Washington WashIngton VttshIngton ¬
ington 122 I2 p m instead of 11 a II m 1ft and andarrive andarrhe andarrive
arrive Chicago 945 a a m Effective No November November Novembor ¬
vember S SBH SE i iEII
BH E II Snyder t Coit New cw Snitinsrn Snitinsrnand SultIn Snitingsand 1J 1Jand
and Qvereofl Qvereontlngs tings are notably rich and anddistinctive Rnddistinctive anddistinctive 1
distinctive See them Store 1111 Pa Pn ave
WEATHER YE WEATHERFORECAST WEATHERFORECASTFor THER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair Fair to today today today ¬
day and tomorrow light north northwesterly northterly northwesterly ¬
westerly terly winds becoming vari variable variable van vanable ¬
able ableHERALD ableHERALD ablet ableHERALD
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TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHICPage TBLHGILPHIOPAge TISLEGRAPIIICPage
Page Page1Cnmesie PAgelcntete Page1carnegIe
1Cnmesie Gives Baltimore W WINew 600pm iOOSSINew
1 INew New York YorkJorse Horse Show Ends BndITJIbnan Kiwis1Tiflman
1 ITJIbnan TUlnum Defies Chicago ChIca Negroes NebIOMlShaw Negroes1Shaw
1 lShaw Shaw Outlines Out His H Platform PlattormIH1UIdnJd Platform1Hundred
1 IH1UIdnJd Hundred Sabered S bered by Cavalry C in Gas CftMada CHad Gasads
ads adatCrew ads1Crew
tCrew 10 Ties Up Pearys PMr7 Snip SnipSGmnpers SblpIG Ship1Gesipers
SGmnpers IG Reelected A A F of L L Chief CAlet4t Chief4aItIinore
4 4t 4aItIinore BattiMOre WouM Save SIr HistoriC Fort FortLOCAL FortIOOAL FortLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALS IOOALPeoIe LOCALvbngs
S Feopfes Savings vbngs Bunk Depositors ltas ta taBe toBe IsBe
Be PaId PmldRoosevelt PaIdJROOMYeIt Paid3Rooeelt
JROOMYeIt Roosevelt Indorsed by 11 S Senator na4r Bailey Baileyl Iahiey1Ameilean JIq JIqIAJMrIeaa
l IAJMrIeaa Americaa Women Scored for or Lack of ofTaste oCTute ofTaste
Taste TastetPiumber TuteJPl TastePtumbers
tPiumber JPl Ptumbers ul en Claim CIa Pugife jSlllls Staffers fes Ity ItyMallten byosterV y yMasters
Masters osterV Methods MethodsttPW MethodslaPhi e IodaJlPI
ttPW Deli Deksat Delegates Arxfv ArxfvSPOUTS ArxisSlOhtTS Ani AniSPOUTS
SPOUTS SPOUTSSftBsenKs SPOUTSWRe SlOhtTS4Results
SftBsenKs tt8 of Football Racing Rg0UIer and andOUier andOther
Other Snorting Events EventsBIGHT ZvsatsEIGHT ta taEIGHT
EIGHT HURT IN AUTO RACE RACECar RACEClr RACECar
Car Skids and Crashes Into I to Machines MachinesAlong MaohinesAlong MaehinesAlong
Along the Course CourseGoing Course91J Course7iw
< Going 91J gat at Rate Rnt of oItrl1 Plfr Ptfthihcs4tuHour Ptfthihcs4tuHourat IilcSanill IilcSanillat lnQ5nn I IatPolut
at atPolut Point Breeze Trnclc Trnck track Wnen Wnenthe Yhcnthl hen henthe
the Accident Happen HappenFMtaMnfaJa JlnJllH hIltpeflsPWisdeIphII n nPW
FMtaMnfaJa PW IHu Pa Pa NOV XBfefct IL1Ibtnwue menwere men menwere
were injured two perhaps MI1I fatally when whana 1NB 1NB111I7
a wig Apttevswt car running ht tIN ftfty ftftymtle fttt7mile fttyndle
mile open race at Point Breeae this Uti after afternoon afterJIOOII afternoon ¬
noon crashed through p the railing on the thehome thehome thehome
home stretch plunged Wito a score of au automoetles autOMC antoembiles
tomoetles tOMC and mowed down a crowd CIO of ofspectators oCs ofspectators
spectators spectatorsOne s spectatorsOne tatorll tatorllOne
One of the victims may also succumb to tothe totbe tothe
the Injuries he received The Th accident accidentcreated acddentcreatecl accidentcreated
created the most intense Int excitement and andfor a afor andfor
for some dine tI it was Impossible le to as ascertain IWcertAIn amcertain ¬
certain the full extent of the mishap mishapPetrol mishapPatrol mishapPatrol
Patrol wagons and ambulances were werequickly wer werI werequickly
quickly summoned and several doctors doctorswho doctorsshe
I
who 110 were W re present rendered what t aid they theycould tbeycould theycould
could to all of the suffering men menThe meBTiM menThe
The following were taken to the Moth Methodist MetbodtIrt Mothodlot ¬
odist Hospital HospitalFrank HoepitalPnuak HospitalFrank
Frank E Hogg double fracture of right rightley riPtMs rightleg
leg Condition serious seriousJames s seriousJames louLJames
James Smith contusion of right shout shoulder ulder shouttier ¬
der derDavid
David Budd contusion of legs legsJ 1esIT legsJ
J F Hahnan whose foot t was badly bMtyman badlymangled badlymangled
mangled led Sc SC Agnes A es Hospital HospitalThree HospitalThree
I
Three victim tI at the Philadelphia Hoe Hospital H Hpital Hoepunt ¬
pital are said to be seriously hurt hurtPrior hurtPrior hurtPrior
Prior to the accident the Apperson car carhad carbad
had won two races and in th the 50mile 50milerace iOJR11erace ISmikrace
race was welt in the lead going at t the therate tilerate therate
rate of Hfty uty miles an hour The sixth sixthlap stxthp sixthlap
lap p had been covered when the front frontwheels frontwheels frontwhels
wheels skidded ddded and the th machine swerved swervedto swervedto
to the right rt ht leaped over a ditch plunged plungedthrough plungedthroush plungedthrough
through a railing ralll and fairly hurled it itself itself Itself ¬
self upon a group of automobiles crowded crowdedwith crowdedwith crowdedwith
with spectators Kirk the driver and his hismachinist hismachinist hismachinist
machinist were hurled high Into the air airKirk allKirk airKirk
Kirk was only nly slightly I tl injured injuredCHASING InjuredCHASING InjuredCHASING
CHASING EXCHIEF OF POLIOE POLICECttban POLIOECubnn POLIOECuban
Cuban RnrnleK After Former Officer Ofllccrin OfficerIn Officerin
in Ciciifiiepros CiciifiieprosCienfuegog Clenflle ClenfuegosCleufuegos 05 05ClenC
Cienfuegog ClenC the worst hotbed of trou trouble trouble trouhue ¬
ble in Cuba has brought forth more dis disturbances disturbances dinturbances ¬
turbances and nd last night a band of ofrurales ofruntles ofrurales
rurales were chasing chA Senor Rlue former formerly formerly ¬
ly chief of police who has gathered ten tenor tenor tenor
or fifteen of his friends and departed departedfrom dePArtedfrom departedfrom
from the city Governor Magoon lra oun reported reportedthe reportedthe reportedthe
the trouble in a dispatch to Secretary SecretaryTaft SecretaryTaCt SecretaryTaft
Taft received late yesterday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The text follows followsInformation followsInformation followslaformation
Information received that RIus Mod Moderate Moderate Modcrate ¬
erate lately wemoved emoved from chief of po police pollee poIke ¬
lice Cienfuegos S has left town with ten tento tento tento
to fliteen men pursued by b rural guards guardswith guardswith guardswith
with sufficient force Guzman and other otherLiberal otherLiberal otherLiberal
Liberal leaders tendered services serYI to cap capture capture capture ¬
ture the band Tender declined No spe special special apecml ¬
cial importance attached to incident incidentWIRELESS IncidentVIRELESS IncidentWIRELESS
WIRELESS FROM PRESIDENT PRESIDENTLouisiana PRESIDENTLoultlnnn PRESIDENTLouisiana
Louisiana Heard from for the First FirstTime FlrPltTime FirstTime
Time Since She Started StartedNorfolk StnrtctINorfolk StartedNorfolk
Norfolk Va Nov 24 4The The battle ship shipLouisiana shipLoul shipLouisiana
Louisiana Loul lana with President Roosevelt ROo velt on onboard onboard onboard
board was heard from nt 930 oclock to toclght to toeight tonight
eight by the Atlantic Wireless Station in inthis Inth inthis
this th city for the first time since the ship shipand 8hlpatd shipard
and her conveys commenced their return returnvoyage returnVCi1I8e returnvoyage
voyage The Louisiana was then calling
S San n Juan JuanBaltimore JuaBBaltimore JuanBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad RailroadNo RnllroulNo
No 556555 i5 the daylight train leaves
Washington after breakfast arrives CIa Cincinnati ClnelnnaU CIaeinnatl ¬
cinnati before midnight and arrives St i
Louis for breakfast breakfastfolloIng following morning
with connections from Cumberland arriv ¬
lug Pittsburg itfi 5i 5 6 p m Effective No November November Novembee
vember 35 50A 25A j jA
A la Carte Lunch Served Daily Dailyat
at t Ecksteins F kstelns from 12 to 3 1412 1412N N Y ave aveOftc avoOfte av avOfte
Ofte HotWater Radiators UncllntorPlMinimum RadiatorsMinimum
Minimum expense maximum amount of
heat Demonstration 509 9th st
VANDERBILT WINS IS 12 12Moore 12Moore 12Moore
Moore Close Clos Second at Horse HorseShow HorseShov HorseShow
Show with rith Eleven Blues BluesB
B W Ir RRIMAN COMES MES THIRD THISDC
C W v Watson of Baltimore Takes TakesFive TakesPho TakesFive
Five Pirstw PlrPltlfXe P1 rstsNcw Xew Yorks ork Twenty Twentysecond Tnent TnentReeollcl Twentyaeconil <
second Annual Event Closes with withBrilliant withDrIJl1antDIHlllnyJIrs withBrilliant
Brilliant DrIJl1antDIHlllnyJIrs Display DisplayMrs Mrs Julian 3Ior 3Iorrls JIorrlPl Mor1rIs
1rIs rls Amonj the Highest Rank UaokxPo hankNow
3 Now w York Nov 3t MTIN Th twentysecond twentysecondannual tWentyHGOIMlt twentysesoodannual
annual Wont t of the NatlvMri Na Nd etr r Horse Show ShowAssociation SIIIwWM ShowAmocatbon
Association was brougfcC t is a briNHmt briNHmtconclusion brSllllaftrtot brIUnteancivebon
conclusion tonIght tot at MtHMsan S sre sreG sreT1ae nr nrGarden re reGarden
Garden GardenThe G GardenThe
The attendance was the t greatest i fa rt rtcent r rceDt rcent
cent years and equaled the record ra1a1a susie susiein nunteinlMi
inlMi inlMiAlfred 1a1aAUred in l
lAlfred
Alfred G VanderbIlt carried ca rled ef 4I the thehonon UteIIoIIon thehonoes
honon with twelve blue ribbons Itb the thenext tIteaext theaext
aext best winner being Judge J WILlIaM H HMoore IL ILMoen ILMosen
Moore formerly of Chicago CIIJca hut n new w eC eCUatII oftile C CtMs
tile city who bo had eleven INK prizes te tehis 18credit tohi
his hi credit creditWhfls creditWhIle erethWhuils
WhIle V anderuat t won more bum than thanbis UlanhI thanbin
bin closest c competitor the exCMoago exChlaa o man mangained JlNknpjDecI ninagained
gained more ribbons from points pointsNext lOIn pointsNexthi
Next Nexthi m the tbeorderofmorltcasuK order of merit ca caaI80 came 8 W WHarrunao WHarrhnon
Harrunao also of this city with Ith seven sevennrsts evenftma sevenfirsts
firsts ftma six seconds one third tend pd two twocommendation twoCOIJUDeDdaUOa twocoinmindatbon
commendation prtoe JBkn D I JoiMa J ef efPlymouth ofPlymouth r rPlymouth
Plymouth Mass ranked next aen with kJa six sixarsis sixal sixSeits
arsis a and three seconds and a C W Wat Watson Vat VatoC Vateli ¬
son eli of Baltimore Bal had ire re ftests ftr s e He HeUIr assI c cods
ods I four tWris thirds and tfcre UIr threa bki yjm yjmsd l ltbheuis
sd rlbboaa W WJulten
Ira Julten Monte of U the Oaks Stock StockFvjtln StockYrhi
Fvjtln Keswiek VA won OR four priMe in ineach Incia ineach
each cia case the ribbon winner being Kea Kecwtek KMwtdt Keawick
wick a sixyearold gelding that proved provedto prowclto
to be unusually UDUHan clever over the juntpr ju juthe m mth In Inthe
th the llffhtwelflit classes clas for qua qaaUJed lined hunt huntla hunten huntIn
en enla
la the roadster championships the nil Ptalladelphlan nilclelph Philadeiphian
adelphlan clelph Stotesbury won the title for forhorses torhonea forhorses
horses in stogie harness with the mare marePreferred marePftf marePreferred
Preferred Pftf rred while in pairs the plain HeW HeWexhibited 3e1dexbIbited beldexhibited
exhibited Miss Hanshnn and Miss Wear Wesrcott WearecU f foott
ecU took the award awardNational awaiilNational ward wardNUonal
National Guardsmen G had an interest in inthe Inthe Inthe
the saddle class c of the afternoon for forhorses forhoreN forhorses
horses veritable for cavalry ca vaJry service the tboriders t1Mride theriders
riders ride to be In uniform and equipped equippedwith equlpJd1rllh equippedyrlth
1rllh with saber her A A B Maclay was u the judge judgein j1ldgeIn judgeIn
in the absence of the usual army olflcer olflcerand oiUcerand lftcer
I and he put the Held through throu b a long course courseof courseoC urse urseof
of sprouts His idea of military strategy strategyan Btrat y yan
an devolutions for the cavalry ca yalry seemed seemedto aeelmldto seemedto
to be of a decidedly sporty nature in including Incbldtnc Ineluding ¬
eluding bits of polo hurdle racing saber sabercombats sabercombats sabercombats
combats and head cutting cuttingThree cuttJ cuttJThree cuttingThree
Three of the four horses to win 1n were wereridden wereridden ere ereridden
ridden by members of Squadron A Awhile Awhile Awhile
while Frederick < William YllUam Wnrster Wurst r jr of ofSquadron orSquadlOft ofSquadron
Squadron C took the third ribbon ribbonAlfred ribbonAlfred ribbonAlfred
Alfred G Vanderbilt with a bunch of ofred ofred ofred
red and white carnations in the lapel of ofhis ofhili ofhis
his coat wore the smile sml that wont come comeoff comeoff
off when he received the blue ribbon in inthe Intbe inthe
the class e for park teams Judge Moore Moorethe Moorethe Ioore Ioorethe
the winner 1n el of this class teat 1a t year from fromVanderbHts fromVande fromVanderbilts
VanderbHts Vande Mts noted four was prevented preventedfrom preentedfrom preventedfrom
from competing by the recent rec nt railroad ac accident ae aec1 accident ¬
cident at Hooste Junction in which the thehorses lhebona thehorses
horses be would have relied upon were werekilled wereklDed werekilled
killed killedThere klDedThere killedThere
There was wa abundant reason for Vander Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbitt ¬
bilt to W be pleased however for his leaders leaderswere leaderswer leaderswere
were wer none too steadily steadlt in accord and the theBaltimore theBaltimore theBaltimore
Baltimore team of C W Watson driven drivenby drivenby drivenby
by C A Baudoulne in fine style had quite quiteas quUQas quiteas
as much right on their looks and perform performances performances performancea ¬
ances as the winners Paul A Sorg So made madehis madeb18 madehis
his first appearance in the New York Yorkring Yorkrl Yorkring
ring rl on a drag and his black team t1imwent t1imwentvery went wentvery wentvery
very well He doubtless inadvertently InAdertentl cut cutoff cutoff
off the Watson team twice at the corners cornersand cornersalHl cornersand
and by forcing Mr Ir Baudoulne to pull up updid updtd updid
did not improve the chances of the Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more outfit The twily other entry was wasOtto wasOtto wasOtto
Otto H Kahns ahns chestnut team that made madea
a good showing and was placed pl cod over Mr MrSorgs MrSoIKs MrSorgs
Sorgs blacks blacksThe bIacbThe blacksThe
The Clmnijilon Prizes PrizesChampion PrizesChampion PI PICMmplon
Champion prizes were awarded as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows lowsSaddle lowsSaddle
lowsSAddlo
Saddle horses ho under uDd r 15 152BrJgand Brigand own owned owned owned ¬
ed by James G Marshall New York YorkSaddle YorkSaddle YorkSaddle
Saddle horses over 1O 153Chance Chance owned ownedby ownedby ownedby
by Miss Lids Ttehenor New York YorkPairs YorkPairs YorkPairs
Pairs of harness horses under li2 li2Fieurette 192 192Fleurette 12Fleurette
Fleurette and Barbette owned by Leh Lehman Lehman Lchman ¬
man Strauss New York YorkSpecial YorkSpecial YorkSpccIal
Special prize novice class cla heavy har harness harneuN barnessNala ¬
ness neuN nessNala Nala la owned own by J W Harriman HarrimanNew HarrImanN HarrimanNew
New N York YorkNational YorkNational YorkNational
National Horse Show Gold Challenge ChallengeCup ChallengeCuP ChallengeCup
Cup for best be t pair suitable for phaeton phaetonLaughing phactonLa phaetonLaughing
Laughing La lng Water and Chieftain owned by byJ byJ byJ
J W v Harriman HarrimanFollowing HarrimanFoUowlnb HarrimanFollowing
Following are the afternoon awards awardsLadies awardsLadles awardsLadles
Ladles prize for teams fourinhand fourinhandThe fourInhandThe fourinhandThe
The Dude Rustling Silk Gibson Girl and andSweet andSweet andSweet
Sweet Marie owned by b Alfred G Van Vanderbilt Vanderbllt Vanderhilt ¬
derbilt New York YorkPain YorkPaIrs YorkPairs
PaIrs of heavy harness s horses not un under under Untier ¬
der 13 l hands bandltBarrlngtoo Harrington and Civina Civinaowned Clvin Clvinowned Civinaowned
owned by Reginald R nald Vanderbilt New York YorkPonies YorkPonies YorkPonies
Ponies in harness 8 driven by b children childrenWon chlldrenWon childrenWon
Won by Berkley Bantam Will William Jam II IIMoore Hilloore Iidoore
Moore New York YorkPains YorkPairs YorkPairs
Pairs of horses mare or geldings over over1SS over16JThe overliThe
1SS liThe The Dude and Rustling Silk owned ownedby ownedby ownedby
by Alfred G Vanderbilt VanderbHtRoadsters VanderbiltRoadsters VanderbiltRoadsters
Roadsters champion prize single horse horsePreferred horsePreterred horsePreferred
Preferred owned by byE E T Stotesbury StotesburyRoadsters StotesburjRoadters StotesburyRoadsters
Roadsters pairs of mares or geldings geldingsLord geldln geldlnLord geldingsLord
Lord Baltimore owned by C W Yo Watson WatsonBaltimore WatnBaltimore YalscmBaltimore
Baltimore BaltimoreHorses BaltimoreHones BaltimoreHorses
Horses suitable for cavalry service serviceSquadron serVlCoSqUadron serviceSquadron
Squadron A N G N Y YFourinhand YFourInhand YFourinhand
Fourinhand park teams teflmsThe The Dude DudeRustling DudeRI5tU DudeRustling
Rustling RI5tU Silk Sweet Marie and the theMajor theMajor theMajor
Major owned by A A G Vanderbilt VanderbiltBaltimore Yanderbl1tDaltimore VanderbiltBaltimore
Baltimore and Return ReturnBaltimore 125 125Baltimore 1iDnltlmore
Baltimore Ohio R REv R REvery UEvery
Every Ev ry Saturday S tunlft and Sunday All trains trainsboth trainsboth trainsboth
both ways wa both oth days except Royal Lim Limited Limited Lirnited ¬
ited
CARUSO VOWS HES INNOCENT INNOCENTSwears OOTOOENTSear INiTOOENTSvrenrs
Swears hy 1 Sacred White bite Hair of ojtFather ofPather ofFather
Father lIe Wn Was Vn Maligned MalignedNew MalignedNew lnllAnecJNew
New York Nov HCaruso has cabled caWsdbis eaIiI14his cabledhis
his father at Naples as follows folio HI HIOft I swear swearon war waron
on your sacred white hair halts that I am amnocent In Innocent hinocent ¬
nocent nocentDirector nocentDhectot
nocentDlreetor
Director Hemrich Conned of the Metro Metropolitan iletmpoIttara Metropoiltait ¬
politan Opera House prepared a round roundrobin roundrobin roundrobin
robin today which he has submitted bmltte4 to tomany toIIUUIY tomany
many of the women in the company COIIiMUJytor COIIiMUJytortheir for fortheir fortheir
their signatures ture testifying te testifyingto Utytngto to the good goodcharacter gQOchantCWr goodcharacter
character of Slcnor SI Enrico Caruso He Heintends HeInteAd HeIntnd
intends Intnd to submit to all of the leading leadingwomen leadingWOlDeR lendingwomen
women who wilt appear during the Met Metropolitan trolKUtaa Metropoiltas ¬
ropolitan Opera House season and to tonmny tomany tomany
many who have appeared with Caruso in inpast It Itpa npast
past pa t seasons seasonsThe aeaeonsThe seasonsThe
The roundrobin will be used as evi evidence mcleDce evidence ¬
dence when Carusos ease comes up for a ahearing abetu1ng ahearing
hearing on appeal and it is said that thatHerr tbatHerr thatHerr
Herr Conned will perhaps make the list utpvt1Ic listNEGRO listputtie
puttie puttieNEGEO
pvt1IcNEGRO
NEGRO ATTACKS HIS CHILD CHILDIOKC CHILDlo OEILDlDsIle
IOKC lo 8e of ills II I PI Own fu ILace Threatens ThreatensHim ThreatenPlHim
Him with lth Lynching LynclilnprThonusvllle I LynchingThomasville TDeblnJTbomaml1e
Thonusvllle Ga Nov 2tWttI Robin Robinson RobIna Robinnon ¬
son a negro was arrested today by a aposse apcMIe apoem
posse of members of his own race to an answer lUIswe answer ¬
swer a charge of attacking AttacldD his h stxyear stxyearoid lIixy lIixyold sixyearold
old daughter da Wr But for e cooler oler heads I Ithe Ia Iathe 1the
the posce Robinson would have met with withsummary wltksumuT withsummary
summary punishment lnent Many of his MIr pursuers MIrsuen parsueri ¬
suers were for hanging lg him at once 0ItCe but butothers bvtotNn batothers
others prevented carrying out this pro programme programme programnie ¬
gramme and the negro was brought bt here hereand hereaDd hereand
and placed in jail jailANTICIPATE jatlANTICIPATE jailAHTIGIPATE
ANTICIPATE GILLETTES CASE CASEProsecution CASEProsecution CASEProsecution
Prosecution Exploit Various lines linesof Linesof Linesof
of Possible Defense DefenseTrttat DefenseI Defenseeiit
>
I
Trttat AcfJimrnK ctr01rrn Until Mdnday JI ndny When WhenState WhicnState VJlenStHte
State Will VI1I Attempt 10 Show S110 Slrl fliln itIr1Was <
Wan n Murdered in h Boat BoatHorktmer DoatHerkMNr floatHerkimer
Horktmer N Y Nor No XThe presses prosecution ICOMCItJoa pressesties ¬
ties In the case of aw Ghester ter GOtette GOtettecharged GIleUeeliar Offletteehsargeil
charged eliar wttfc wththe WtM the murder of Grace Brown Brownspent Browa Browat rawn rawnspent
spent t the session of the COUrt today todaygathering In Ingathering litptHrtn
gathering < In the loose ends of Its dreaM ctrcunsstantial dreaMstantlal dreamtantia1i
stantial evidence before sending the case caseto cueto easeto
to the medical experts who bo made the theautopsy Uteutopq theautoiy
autopsy on the girls 5hi body bodyThe boIiTThe bodyThe
The prosecutor has drawn the net of ofcircumstantial ofclreutnlltantlal ofcircumstantial
circumstantial evidence close around the theprisoner theKbJoner theprisoner
prisoner but In osier to bold the net to together togetber together ¬
gether be must have the fact deduced deducedfrom cledueedfrom deducedfrom
from the testimony of o experts that Grace GraceBrowns GraceBrown GraceBrowns
Browns Brown body showed eonclu conclusively tYety that thatshe that3Jhe thatshe
she met her death in a way other than by bydrowning bydrowntag bydrowning
drowning or suicide suicideFive sulcldeFtve suicideFive
Five persons will 111 be called to the stand standon 8taJMIon standon
on Monday m in an n attempt on the part of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the prosecution to show sbo that Grace GraceBrowns GraceBrong GraceBrowns
Browns death was the result of Injuries Injuriesreceived Jnjuliarecetved injuriesreceived
received before she ever went under uAderwater the thewater thewater
water of Big B Moose ootte Lake and that when whenshe wbeashe whenshe
she went into the water she was either eitherunconscious ettheruneon eitherunconscious
unconscious eloa w r was already dead deadThe deadThe deadThehaltday
The Thehaltday halfday session tK8II on today was spent in inan jnan Inan
an effort to point more strongly to some someof seatsof e eof
of the circumstances which the prosecu prosecution pIOIIeCUtlon proseculion ¬
lion believe to be suspicious and to toforestall totere toforestall
forestall tall a possible contention of the de defense defense tiefense ¬
fense that the bruises bryl8e3 on Grace Browns Brownsbody BronI Brownsbody
I
body were re due to its being transported transportedin
in a wagon on over a rough road from the theGlenmore tbeGlenmore theGlenmore
Glenmore Hotel to Big Moose Station StationThe StationThe StationThe
The prosecution pro ecutlon has taken pains to fore forestall forestall forestall ¬
stall any line of defense which the pile prisoners pn pnoners pileoners ¬
oners counsel may follow tollo It was learned learnedtoday learnedtoday learnedtoday
today that Gillette has already under undergone underCOM undergone ¬
gone an examination into his sanity and andit andIt andit
it is said that no evidences of mental mentalunsoundness mentalunsoundness mentalutisounduess
unsoundness were ere found foundBRIDE foundBRIDE foundBRIDE
BRIDE OF BOGUS PEER WEDS WEDSFormer WEDSFormer WEDSFormer
Former Wife ViCe of Lord Harrington HarringtonMarries DarrlnJtonInrrlei BarringtonMarries
Marries Lieut Miller MillerSt MillerSt UI1crSt
St Louis Nov No MMise bs wnhelmina wnhelminaGrace WnbeimtnaGrace WUhelminaGrace
Grace Cochrane was WAS as married this evening eveningat eeningat
at Clayton to Lieut Ellis EJU B Miller of ofthe oftIKs ctthe
the Marine I Ihe Corps almost within earshot earshotof earsbotoC earshotof
of the husband she divorced Lord Lordmour Soy Seymour Soymeur ¬
mour Barrington under sentence of death deathia deAthI deathIn
ia I the Clayton jail for murdering James JamesP
P McCann McCannIn McCARnIn McCannIn
In obtaining the lfeense JIeensWUss lies Cochrane Cochranepassed Cochra Cochranepassed e ePfUlSed
passed within a few feet of the man who whorepresented whorepresented whorepresented
represented himself as a lord courted her herfour berfour herfour
four days won her love and married her herAfter he heAfter hctAfter
After his disgrace Barrington was kicked kickedfrom kickedfrom kickedfrom
from her house and later she obtained A Adivorce IdIvorce adivorce
divorce divorceHer dIvorceHer divorceHer
Her husband is a lieutenant appointed appointedto
to the Marine arlne Con Corws > s from Iowa and te in incommand Incommand incommand
command of the St Louis Recruiting Sta Station Station Statioti ¬
tion and substations at Memphis Tenn Tennand Te Tenaand n nand
and Kansas City CityMINISTER CityMINISTER CityMINISTER
MINISTER SHOOTS FARMER FARMEROrdered FARMEROrlercl FARMEROrdered
Ordered Off Land While bile Hunting HuntingPastor I1untlnrPnstor huntingPastor
Pastor Wounds Vounc1 the Owner OwnerCharlotte OwnerCharlotte OwnerCharlotte
Charlotte N C Nov No 241Yhfle While walk walking walking walklag ¬
ing through the field of Farmer Ecell EellBurke BeIlBurke EcellBurke
Burke Rev J J Payseur a prominent prominentBaptist prominentBaptist prominentBaptist
Baptist minister formerly principal of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the South Park Institute the leading leadingschool leadingschool leadingschool
school of Catawba County was ordered orderedfrom orderedfrom orderedfrom
from the field by Burke and told that if ifhe Ifhe Ifhe
he did not get oft at once the farmer farmerwould farmerwould farmerwould
would use force forceBurke foreeBurke forceBurko
Burke advanced on the minister to carry carryout carryout carryout
out his threat and Payseur emptied both bothbarrels bothb bothbarrels
barrels b rrels into his head headBurkes heRdBurkes headBurkes
Burkes face was literally tern to pieces piecesby pleeosby piecesby
by the bird shot and it is stated by the thephysicians thephysicians thephysicians
physicians that he will lose both eyes eyesPayseur eyesPa eyesPayseur
Payseur Pa HUr was arrested and lid will be tried triedon trl8don triadon
on Monday morning morningA
A New 311 Ulll MillIs UlllIs 11 11Is
Is being built to handle the large quantity quantityof
of ores which hlch the San Juan Bautista Min Mining Mliilag nR nRIng ¬
ing Co is producing See samples in inStotts InStotts InStotts
Stotts window under National HoteL HoteLFor HoteLF HoteLFor
For F r that purpose a few 10 l shares will be besold besold besold
sold for 3 3 After that thfttwell well perhaps well wellnot weJ1not wellnot
not need any more money moneyOffice moneyOtnce moneyOffice
Office 513514 Ouray Bldff BidgI
I
TILLIffl TILL iAN IS DEFIANT DEFIAETScorns DEFIANTScorns DEFIATScoiuis
Scorns Protection Against AgainstNegroes AgainstN AgainstNegroes
Negroes N egrocs While in Chicago ChicagoSTOP ChicagoSTOP ChicagoSTOP
STOP ME 1 STOP ROOSEVELT BOOSEVELTSenator ROOSEVELTSenator I ISenator
Senator Declares He Is Not ot Afraid Afraidof Afraidot Afraidof
of Any Negro e o that Ever Lived LivedThreats LivedTbreatll LivedThreata
Threats So Numerous umerous He Pays No NoAttention NoAttention o oAttention
Attention to Them TbemVJ11 Will Dlscnss Dlscnssthe DbcollSthe Dlacuaathe
the Race Problem at Meeting MeetingChicago MeetingChicago UeetlngCblcago
Chicago Nor SI ila la view of the pros present prfSeat proscut ¬
eat agitation I will be thread te ompha omphartae esaphaass I
rtae ass that portion 1t et f my address s relating relatingto I IW
to the race problem problemIn prettI problemIn I
In I these words United States Senator SenatorBenjamin SenatorBenJamin SenatorBenjamin
Benjamin R R nUn today defied any anysuggestion anyIAISge anysuggestions
suggestion IAISge t that he h eliminate from his hisaddreee hisMdr hisaddress
addreee Mdr on the annexation of Cuba to be bedelivered becIeIIVfted bedelivered
delivered here next Tuesday Tue da evening ref reference re reCleDCe refercace ¬
erence te the race problem During his histwo hist histwn
two t hours stay in Chicago he also o de decried deC1teIl decried ¬
cried suggestions that be be fur furnishedpc11ce furnished furnishedpolice tHed tHedp
police escort on the day he delivers the theaddress 1headdrea theaddress
address and Rd openly defied any attempt attempted ¬
ed violence threatened Mm when he de delivers deliven tielivers ¬
livers tbe lecture for the benefit of the theChicago theCbkago theChicago
Chicago Union Hospital HospitalWhen HMpltaLWhen HospitalWhen
When he was asked by Mrs A A J JKeeler TKeeler JKeeber
Keeler and a committee representing the thehospital thetal thehospital
hospital tal to expurgate his address so that thatthere thAtthere thatthere
there would be no objections to it by the thenegro theMgro thenegro
negro population in Chicago n his h declared declaredthe declaredthe declaredthe
the race problem was so knitted Into the thequestion theqtM8tloft thequestion
question of annexation of the Pearl of the theAaUttos the1ItftIos theAntmos
AaUttos that he h could d9tiver dtuer it no intelli InteHeot Intelftgent intelligent ¬
gent eot talk on the tJJe subject without giving givinghis givinghis ng nghla
his views on the disposition of the tbeSetor o aol aolseed i isved
seed man Senator TtBunut ltIiteuy t Wy euy but butfirmly butiMtI
firmly iMtI informed tbtormd the eommlUd NMI1IIt thai life lifewas Jl JlWIbI luhaun
was gfc iaisg g to deliver his lecture lee louts as out outlilted wt1hNd ssthued
lilted 1hNdSUtprlJlJec1
Surprised at Attitude AttitudeMI ttltul1er
MI r arc am surprised snprJs d that the people of Chi Chicago ChlciJO CMcego ¬
cago should > be aroused by b any an threats of ofa ofa ofa
a negro uprising uJl1 1ng It seems ridiculous ridiculousthat ricHculousthat ridiculous ridiculousthat
that such a thing should be thought of ofespecially ofetIIMdally ofespecially
especially when the lecture Is to be deliv delivered deltvered dclivered ¬
ered for the benefit nellt of a a charity that has hasnever hasrever hasaevet
never cloeed its 1 doors to any of that thatrace thatI thatrace
race I he said saidMy SIlkMy saklMy
My address is upon the annexation of ofCuba oCCaba ofCuba
Cuba That will certainly bring the race raceproblem raceprobiem raceproblem
problem into the limelight It is more morethan moretbaa morethait
than absurd fcr negroes negr s te think that thatthey thatthy thatthey
they can step a Senator of the United UnitedStates UnitedStatN UnitedStates
States from speaking They TM might as well welltry welltry welltry
try to stop Roosevelt RooseveltIVot ReeteveltXot RooseveltNot
Not Afraid of Negroes XeJroeHWhen NegroeslVben > esroe esroeWhen
When asked If he would want a police policeescort po11ceePCOrt policeescort
escort upon his arrival h HI decried such sucha
a suggestion and s said saidI id idI
I am not afraid afI ld of any an negro that ever everlived ecr11ed everlived
lived As to threats against my life UCe they theyhave thejhave theyhave
have been made so repeatedly in the past paston paston paston
on account of my position po upon the race raceproblem racepIObIeftl raceproblem
problem that I pay no more attention to tothem tothem tothem
them They do not even assume the Im Importance ImportaDce heportanee ¬
portance of an incident in my life lifeThe lifeTho lifeThe
The original address contracted for with
Senator Tiliman was wa his speech on the therace therace therace
race problem but In deference def rence to the re request requeft request ¬
quest of a number of the negroes in Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago who have not figured in the public publicmeetings publicmeetings publicmeetings
meetings protesting against the speech speechthe speechtbe speechthe
the Cuban subject was substituted When Whenthe Whenthe hen henthe
the committee offered an escort during
hilt hi stay in the city he e promptly declined declinedsaying dccUnedMlng declinedsaying
saying he would come and go as he hepleased hoed hepleased
pleased ed the same as any n other American Americancitizen Americancltfz Americancitizen
citizen citizenSenator cltfz citizenSenator n nSenator
Senator Tlllman went to South Haven HavenMcht HavenIch HavenMch
Mcht Mch Ich at noon where he delivered d an ad ¬
dress dr tonight tonightCOJUPOEATIONS tonightCORFORATlONS tonightCORPORATIONS
CORPORATIONS NEED F D CURBING CURBINGJustice CURBINGJU8t1ce CURBINGJustice
Justice Gaynor Declares Favoritism Favoritismin
in Freight Rates Muf Must ut t End EndBoston EnlBoston EndBoston
Boston Mass Nov 34 HJusUce Justice of the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court William Gaynor who whowas whowas whowas
was the principal speaker at the Eco Economic Economic Eecnomic ¬
nomic Club dinner has created a sensa sensation sensation sensalion ¬
tion by b declaring that the present sys systern 55tem systern
tern of punishing corporations corpornU s while let letting lettinS letting ¬
ting their guilty officers escape Is stirring stirringup stIrrii stIrriiup
up class hatred hatredFavoritism hatreduFaOnUsm hatredFavoritism
Favoritism In freight rates said saidJustice saidJustice saidJustice
Justice Gaynor uis ls is the greatest crime crimeof crimeI crimeof
of our day da and generation To allow one oneman oneman oneman
I
man or act et of men to have their freight freightcarried freightearned freightcarried
carried over the public highways hlgha s at a arate arate arate
rate so much lower than that which their theirrivals theirrh8ls theirrivals
rivals in business are charged as to en enable enable enable ¬
able them to undersell unde U such rivals and andeven andeven andeven
even drive them out of business is so soheartless sohe soheartless
heartless he rtlass and so damnable that we shall shallbe shallbe shlIbe
be looked back upon by our children and andby nndby andby
by the future historian as a generation generationlost generationlost generationhost
lost to moral sense for having suffered sufferedsuch suferedsuch sufferedsuch
such a a condition to exist so long longANOTHER longAliOTHER longANOTHER
ANOTHER BOMB SHAKES ROME ROMEThroivn ROMETJlroun ROMEThrown
Thrown Near car St Andrea Church and andCity nndCity andCity
City Is In Panic Over Outrage OutrageLONDON OutrncLONDON OutrageLONDON
LONDON Nov 34 IA A dispatch from fromRome fromRome fromRome
Rome to the Exchange Telegraph Com Company Compan3 Cornpony ¬
pony says a bomb was exploded at 438 438this 423this 420this
this afternoon opposite the entrance entran e to toSt toSt toSt
St St Andrea Delle Valle one of the prin principal prlnclp principal ¬
cipal l churches of the city Nobody was wasin wasin 115 115in
in the church at the time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The outrage has aroused fresh excite excitement excitement excitemeat ¬
ment and a state of panic prevails prevailsBaltimore preaJlsDtlthllore prevailsBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad RailroadA
A longer evening in New York After AfterNovember AftarNovember AfterNovember
November 25 the midnight sleeper from fromNew fromNew fromNew
New York to Washington will leav leave 130 130a 130a liOa
a a m from foot of Liberty street street ranking
it now possible for Washingtontans to at attend attend attend ¬
tend theater or entertainment and have havetholr mwelholr havetheir
their entire evening In New York un unbroken unbroken unbroken ¬
broken with ample time to reach the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train
I
SABER CAR RIOTERS RIOTERSlOti
100 IN HOSPITALS HOSPITALSTroops HOSPITALSTroops HOSPITALSTrOois
Troops Fiercely Fiercel y Charge Mob Mobat Mobat Mobat
at Hamilton Out OutWOMM OntoWODN OntjUtJJ
WOMM AM l TD BABIES BABTE8CUT BABTE8CUTStriICrs BABII CUT CUTStrikers CUTStrikers
Strikers Dynamite Property in inDdianee inDefiance inDefiance
Defiance of Police PoliceMunicipal PoliceJlnnfellml PoliceMuntciiigzl
Municipal Force Una7 UDalIe le to Restrain RestrainAttnckH RedralnAttacls RestrainAttacks
Attacks on Strikebreaker and andMilitary andUIftnry andMilitary
Military In Sent to Their Aid AidSit AidSituation AidSitnation Sit Situation ¬
uation Under Control at Midnight Midnightvrlth Jlldnlghtwltlt Midnightwith
with Injured Seeking Shelter and andAttention andAttentlonGne andAttentionOne
Attention AttentlonGne One 3Inn Wan n Killed KilledHamilton KilledHamlleft KilledHamilton
Hamilton Ontario Nov 3L MCanadlan MCanadlaninfantr7 LGajtod1aninfantry Canadian CanadianInfantry
Infantry with ftxad bayonets and caY cavalry ca caaIry caYairy ¬
aIry trick drawn sabers charged the mob mobof mobof mobof
of striking street car men at M oclock oclocktonight oclocktonight oclocktonight
tonightThe tonightThe tonight tonightTh
Th The Immense crowd which bad dyna dynamited dYDamlted dynainited ¬
mited property all day in defiance ef tbe tbeentire tbeenUre theentire
entire pollee fore force fell back Ja panic be beforo before before
fore tb the line of steeL steeLOver steeLOver steeLOver
Over 100 In Koslptal KoslptalIn
In the confusion that followed it t was wasimpossible wasimpossible wasImpossible
impossible to learn the number of casual casualties casualties casualties ¬
ties So far over 1M hit persons have been beenadmitted beenadmitted beenadmitted
admitted to the hospitals ho for treatment treatmentOnly treatmootOnly treatmentOnly
Only one fatality is reported that of o a aman amAn aman
man hit by a flying brick from the t o street streetcar streetear streetcar
car barns which was partly destroyed by bydynamite bydynamite bydynamite
dynamite dynamiteWomen dynamiteVomeR dynamiteWomen
Women aitd 2id children chIidre ar are included in the theinjured tbeInjured theInjured
injured several having vJng been brutally at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked by the soldiers in charging the therioters therioters therioters
rioters riotersDebris riotersDebris riotersDebris
Debris and wreckage from ruined cars
litter several of the streets bearing testi testimony testimony tentimony ¬
mony of the violence of the outbreak outbreak3Iob outbreakIob outbreakMob
Mob Iob Under Control ControlTonight ControlTonlght ControlTonight
Tonight all the police in the city were werecalled werecall werecalled
called call out but were powerless against the themob themo themob
mob mo and the troops were ere marshaled marshaledThe mar marshaledThe baled baledTIM
The rioters were not awed ed by the sight sightof sightof sightof
of the Infantry and cavalry and Dd would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not cease their assault It on the strike strikebreakers strikebreakers strikebreakers
breakers Seeing that milder Jl Id r remedies remedieswere remediesWCCt remediesWCCe
were useless < the commanding officers or ordered ordered ordared ¬
dered a charge Terrible execution was waseffected waseffected as aseffected
effected by the bayonets of the infantry InbuJtryaM Infantryand infantryand
and the sword of the cavalry cavalryAt ea cavalryAt ftlry ftlryAt
At midnight the authorities had the sit situation sltuatlon sitnation ¬
nation under control contrGlBIG controlBIG controlBIG
BIG LIFE COMPANIES COMP furrES BIT BITLetter HITLetter RITLetter
Letter to Governors of States Charge ChargeViolation Cl1nrgcYloIatlo ChargeViolation
Violation of Hale HaleNew RulellNew RulesNew
New York Nov 24The The international internationalpoHcy InteraUonaIpolicy Internijonjpolicy
policy holders rs committee tonight mailed mailedto JaAlledto
to the governor go4erner of every State fat the theunion theunion theunion
union a letter in which it declared the of officers of9rs offloors ¬
floors 9rs ef both bo the New York an4 Mutual JaulualLife MutualLife MutualLife
Life Insurance companies are violating all allroles aUrules allrules
rules and regulations in their campaign campaignto
to elect lct the tatinitratkm < tfektis for the Chedlreeteratss thedfrecteraUla thedirecteratse
dlreeteratss of both bothrite oomfMtaifts oomfMtaiftsThe oontpsalssho
The ho m IIte r M6 inclosed tends to tosate mdi mdieate Jnc11eate
eate that certain genet generaf agents ar are aredeavorhig r en endeavoring nd ¬
deavoring d to inAneac lRAIICJIQepenlOnalletter unduly through tftrottghpersonal throughpersonal
personal penlOnalletter letters Ac AcProbably AcProbably c cProbably
Probably the most important Is one onefrom onefrom onefrom
from the New York Life which among amongother amongother amongother
other things says saysCrowd saysCrowd saysCrowd
Crowd in all the proxies you can each e
day See policy holders and nd get t proxies proxiesinstead proxiesInstead proxiesinstead
instead of ballots Agents of New Ne England EnglandStates EnglandStates EnglandStales
States especially should bould wake up from fromnow fromnow
now 110 until December 17 Your company companyneeds companyneeds
needs your loyal services rvIces at the present presenttime plefienttime presenttime
time The agent who tao is asleep and takes takesno takesno takesno
no hand in this campaign campa is like a sentry sentryasleep sentryasleep
asleep at his post willing to sacrifice saerJ ce his hiscomrades hiscomrRdes hiscomrades
comrades to his enemies enemiesAGREE enemiesAGREE enemiesAGREE
AGREE IN OELRICHS CASE CASEWidow CASEIlow CASEWlilow
Widow Ilow Withdraws ltlulrnws Objection to Pro Probatliifir ProlmtluJ Probatfiig
batliifir of o the Will WillNew 1ilINew III IIINe
New Ne York Nov 34 3oIMrs Mrs Theresa Tber Alice AliceOelrichs AlleeOelrlcbs AliceOelrlchs
Oelrichs has agreed to withdraw her ob objections ob objQCUons ohjections ¬
jections to the probate of the will of her herhusband belhusband herhusband
husband Hermann Oelrfehe who died on onSeptember enSeptember onSeptember
September 1 while coming home on the theKaiser theKaiser theKaiser
Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse In considera consideration conslderalion consideration ¬
tion of this waiver of her opposition oppo she shewill shem shewilt
will m receive from the executor Charles CharlesOelrichs CharlesOelrlcbs CharlesOelrichs
Oelrichs brother of Hermann 109 bonds bondsof bondsof bondsof
of the South Pacific Coast Railway Com Company Compan Cornpany ¬
pany pan at a par p r value ntl of 1880 1600 each eachThe eachThe eachThe
The son of Hermann Oelrichs known as asHermann asHarmfUln asHermaun
Hermann Oelrichs jr and but fifteen fifteenyears Alteenyears fifteenyears
years old hag ha also through his legal legalguardian legalguardian legalguardian
guardian Paul I L Kiernan waived his ob objections ob objections ohjectiosis ¬
jections to the probating of the will and andIn andIn andin
In return he will become the possessor of ofty orty ofty
ty Cal valued Ju at 550060 000 which wag wn one oneof oneoC oneof
of Hermann Oelrichs pet possessions posceaoionsMrs poMefl8Ionsr8 possessionsMrs
Mrs r8 William K K Vanderbilt Jr Mrs MrsOoirichs MrsOolrichs MrsOolrichs
Oolrichs sister has already alread signed SlIM a pa paper paper paper ¬
per releasing releasin the estate estateOFFER estateOFFER estateOPEER
OFFER TO NEGRO SOLDIERS SOLDIERSRanchman SOLDIERSRanehmnn SOLDIERSflanchaman
Ranchman AVill Find Jobs for Mem MemLerM Memhers Iem IemlJerPl
hers of Twentyfifth entfifth Infantry InfantryCalves InfantryGalveston InfantryGalveston
Galveston Calves ton Tex Nov 24 4Col Col James JamesStewart JamesStewart JamesStewart
Stewart a wealthy w lthY ranchman of Uvalde UvaldeCounty LvaldeCounty Uvaldecounty
County offers to employ all of ofnegroes the thenegroes then
negroes n groes of the Twentyfifth Infantry Infantrywho Infantrywho Infantrywho
who are being beI discharged from the army armyon armyon armyon
on account of the Brownvllle outrage outrageexcept outra outrageexcept e eeCcept
except twelve Col Stewart declares that thatreports thatreports thatreports
reports from the North bemoaning the thefate thefltte thefate
fate of these discharged negroes negroeshelp negr negroeswj1t will not nothelp nothelp
help the exsoldiers and that rthey rtheynt Tttheywant e ewant
want nt to go to work there are plenty of ofplaces o oplfl ofplaces
places plfl es in Texas and he will m guarantee guaranteeevery gutran guaranteeevery ee eeeery
every man a job He received a a message messagethat measagethat messagethat
that twenty of the negroes had accepted acceptedhis aceept aceepthis acceptedhis
his offer of r and that ethers would be heard heardfrom heardfrom heardfront
from in a a few days daysPASTOR daysPASTOR daysPASTOR
PASTOR COMMITS SUICIDE SUICIDETrustee SUICIDETruliteeH SUICIDETrustees
Trustee of Church Find Body Banff Banffinp HnDJirin Hanging
inp in In the Parsonage ParsonageLittle PnrHouageLittle ParsonageLittl
Little Littl Falls N Y Nov M IThe The body bodyof bodyof bodyof
of Rev John Sanford twentysix years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old pastor of the Methodist Church at atSalesbury atSale atSalesbury
Sale Salesbury bury Center ten miles from this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city was as found hanging in the parson parsonage parsonage parsonage ¬
age at that plnce by trustees of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The minister who lived alone Jone had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been seen since Tuesday TuesdayMr TundaTMr TuesdayMr
Mr Sanford was unmarried and had no norelatives norclathcs norelatives
relatives in this country He cam came here herefrom hetefrom herefrom
from England two years ears ago agoIt agoIt agoIt
It It Is believed b lleved that temporary tI poraryl insanity insanitywas Insanitywas 54inltywas
was the cause of the suicide suicideArmyXnvy suicideArm suicideArmyNavY
ArmyXnvy Arm a Football FooUJ ll Game Philadel Philadelphia PhlIadelIbln Philadelphin ¬
phia Special Excursion via viaBaltimore viaBaltimore In InDnltlmore
Baltimore ti < Ohio
5340 340 for the round trip Tickets good goodgoing goodgohgo goodgoing
going on all trains Friday November 30 30and 30And 50and
and morning trains December 1 valid re returning returning returning ¬
turning until December 3 S Special train of ofDining otDhtlug ofDining
Dining Curs Pirlor P rlor Cars Cars and coaches coacheswill COIlcheswIU coacheswill
will leave Washington at 19 a L m m Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day December 1 1 returning leave lea Phila Philadelphia PhUaelpbla Philadelphla ¬
delphia 515 51 p m Reservations R elVltlons for the tberound thoround theround
round trip made In advance

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